The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 138, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1937 Page: 2 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE DENISON PRESS
HIE DKNISON PRESS
fceUDilabml IB ItM
Tetepnone No. 100
(aau*4 0* ly Bxcept Sunday
of happy ideas for Christmas.
There will be fun and frolic, enter-
! tainment and joviality for all, from the
! smallest child to the grandparents. A
j downtown parade has been planned start-
ing from the Denison high school at 7:30
' Wednesday night. Visitors will be here to
Kntored a* Second Class Matter June S3, 1M6.
at tbe port oKlce at Ueoiaon. Tex* under the add their bit to the Colorful event,
aot of Uarcb t, 187*.
Dedicated to clean and responsive government;
to individual and otvlr Integrity; to Individual
tlvu uniiii-T«< proirreM
OQi Month 36c
'Jhre* Months (In advance)
Blx Months On advance) .,«•*«««.«•*.... Jl.7-1
One *ear (In advance) J*.5«
BOX NUMliSKJs. Care Oeuiaun Frees will be given
bdvertlsei a aedrmn blind addresses.
CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable troin persuus
tavlug telephone listed In tbelr own name and, upon
agreeing to 'emit wben bin la presented. 10 por cent
will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30
days from date of first insertion.
CLOSING HOUR: Copy reoeived by * a. m. will b<
published the same day.
LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS
ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible
(or more than on* Incorrect insertion.
OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ads art
strictly payable In advanoe.
Any erroneous statement reflecting uoon b<
character or reputation «t any person* will >e glad It
corrected if brot'slu to the attention of the publish-
ers. The Denison Daily Press assumes no re-
sponsibility tor errors In advertising Insertions be-
yond thu price of the advertisement
TANClXiiATION^ mast be received by 10:00 a. u>
ra order to avoid pub Icatlon In iurren Issue.
Denison Celebrates With
Santa Claus Parade
It is Santa Claus day in Denison, Dec.
1st. On that day he will be here with all
his contraptions, riding in modern style
and gay splendor. Denison will honor his
appearance by staging a parade several organization
hundred yards long and featuring all sorts but something for the devil himself
Christmas lights in the downtown
area will be turned on, one of the really
high lights in Denison's celebration of the
Sponsoring the parade is the young
men's Booster Club with Fred Harvey at
the head. The Denison Chamber of Com-
merce is backing the whole program. It
is a most commendable step and one that |
helps to intone the spirits of the people j
with the idea of Christmas.
There is no commercial angle to be
featured in the parade, it is planned, and
Denison invites its friends and neighbors to
be here at the opening event acknow-
ledging the holidays.
Is labor under the leadership of Hen-
ry Martin as it is represented in the U. A.
W. slipping? That seems to be the only
deduction that can follow the recommend-
ation of Martin made Sunday in Indian
apolis that a strike at this time would react
against the union. Starting out after sev-
eral weeks of what they announced as care-
ful planning, they open their guns by
backing a strike in the Ford plant in St.
Louis. Now, just as we were expecting to
hear a general move on Ford and others,
incidentally, comes the tacit backing down
by their head. At any rate, it is a wise
suggestion and Martin should suggest now
that is be made a pei'manent policy of the
Strikes never win anything
Why not use these columns to
rent, buy sell, exchange that
property you want to mora? Rea-
, sonable rates and quick results
may be had. Try an ad today,
We want to select reliable men,
now employed, with foresight,
! fair education, willing to train
i sp:ire time or evenings, to be-
' cocme installation and service
experts on all types AIR CON-
DITIONING and Electric Re-
fr'geration equipment. Write
fullv giving crge, present occu-
pation. Utilities Inst. Box Al,
Denison Press, Denison, Texas.
C. B. RANDELL
J. H. RANDELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
WANT A CAR?
Phone 148 or 1835. Atk for
E. A. McC.ure, Salesman,
with TILTON-MEURER Inc.
Good line USED CARS.
619 W. MAIN
THE DENISON PRESS
Fa tory Guarantee on finest quality
radio tubes. AH service work guaran-
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
News Quiz Column
I -- *
1.-—Two-thirds more than they
are now receiving.
2.—Tuesday, November 30.
4.—Perhaps the best known and
most popular press agent of all
times, connected with circus pub-
licity more than 40 years.
5.—Children playing with
matches, set a curtain and mar-
tress on fire.
9.—Police posts euipped with
two-way radio apparatus were set
up every 25 miles and motor-
cyclists with first aid equipment
patrol the highway during heavy
10.—Upon the grounds "that,
strikers had taken it over and
the city was not giving the in-
dustry the proper protection.
• • • «
WHY BE SATISFIED WITH THE BACON
WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THE WHOLE PIG!
A printed form gets a selling
message across to everyone,
prospective customers as well
as present clients ... especially
when it's clean, clear, attrac-
tive printing like ours. You'll
get a wider response and cor-
respondingly better results, be-
cause Denison Press printing
goes a long way in selling your
product for you. Get the most
from your efforts ... Call 300
\NDERSON & SON PRINTERY
Automatic ejector, double-bar-
reled shot gun. This gun was
made on special order. Sole
leat. er case and 6 wooden de
coy ducks. Reason for selling:
I am too crippled to use it.
See it at 912 West Gandy
If you hav« a reamn* for eo* |
lectins olil oddities, try an add <o
the classified. We can help you j
mnke the <-ontaet
We give FRER a<1vertl «"« j
vice for those wishing position' |
iirtll they secure one. No Joh e.o
! EVERYTHING |
FOR THE SHOE
BUT THE FOOT
If you need shoo strings, in-
soles or polish; heel plates,
half soles or buckles—new
heels or -straps -you will get
a fair deal at . . .
I M M S
419 W. Main
Slip Covers. Cushions •'
4 and other !'
Call For Appointment
Mrs. E. A. McClure
510*4 Candy Pho. 1835
SEE US FOR
Crane Hot Water Heateis
And Wall Heaters
Quick Repair Service
E. VAN. HOESEN
~ PLUMBING CO.
111 N- Fannin Pho. 1327
610 W. Main
Dr. J. D. CARROLL
Ey# lar Noie and Throat
rlinie 4920 Ross Ave. Dallas, Tea
8 rOR LIFE, FIRE '<
♦; WINDSTORM f.ND HAIL. 1*
S AND AUTO LOANS SEE
$ J. V. CONATSER
Pho. 173 115 S. Burnett
INTERESTING BITS ABOUT
W. F. WEAVER
624 W. Main Phone ZK
!• FUNERAL DIRECTOR8
606 W. Main St.
i"THAT LITTLE CAWIE"* t«^"caru « co.,N.ir.-By B. Link
One of the most congenial and way of giving out things of a
hellul fellowa in Denison, and
one whom we kilotv to do a great
many of little kindnesses for the
needy is none other than Phil
Witz. A Russian Jew, he came to
this country as a young man and t
has lived in many sections of it.
material kind. Incidentally, lie
is an inventor and has some pat-
ents to his credit. He has tiie
papers showing he is the origi-
nator of the' modern electric sigr.
as they are represented in bulb J
THE MEM ^
-fwe lady _ j'js yo
He has traveled around a great and neon ideas. That was wher. j
deal and settled in Denison be-| he was younger and not beim?
cause he believed it contained a experienced in the ways of chu-
certain future. He has establish- kinnery, he had the ideas stolen
ed a good business, purchased from him by parties representing
himself a home and has other to him to be his friend. They |
property acquired. Never a ease played the Marx brothers act on ,
of need that is established as him, but Witz could not put them
worthy he has turned down and in jail nor collect damages. Ai-
when this time of the yenr comes ways a booster and dependable
IM -TMC. HCM KPUM
l MEED SOfAE CAONcYr
t LOST food
VE ONuV &EEH
SCTTiMG oh h
see ie my
t vMnt to
around he is especially active try-
to the last detail, Mr. Witz is a
ing to make people happy in his fine citizen.
OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS
FROM MESSENGER BOY TO
A great many people in this
country have the mistake concep-
tion of how men who are mak-
.Uri', and have made, great sut-
. in various callings or profes-
„.ons arrived at tiieir goal. We
.onstantly hear that a young man
vvho hopes for advancement must
nave a "pull" if he succeeds.
There never was a greater il-
lusion. No man secures and long
Holds an important position in
any important place who has not
earned advancement by hard
work and close application to his
task. Men are rarely advanced
from lower to higher offices
without earning the promotion,
anil the few who happen to get
there by reason of some favorable
influence do not long remain. The
Denison Press points out one
reason why many young me fail
to secure promotion. It says:
"While a lot of young fellows
are idling away the time forj great
which they arc getting pay, orite
claiming they can't find anything
to do, men like John Holmes,
now head of the Swift & Co.,
packing industry, came to that
position because he found some-
thing to do. Holmes started in a
lew years ago, as tt messenger
boy with the firm."
If a young man begins life by
getting as large a salary as he
can wheedle or threaten out of
his employer, and then doing as
iittle work as possible, he is doom-
ed to remain an employee tor
life or continually seeking new
employment. If he enters the
professions and studies and works
little and idles much, he has se-
lected a course that never leads
to the top. i
These are old ideas, perhaps,
but they are everliving truths.
Success is anything comes only
as the result of honest, earnest ef-
fort. The careless or idolent em-
ploye never forges to the front;
the energetic observant messenger
boy works up to be head of tno
enterprise.—Bonham Fav- i
1 * K*wM^M^iSa2«SriSMSA8iSaZ«S9Si
Business and Professional
Directory of Denison
Draughon'i (Practical Business College
J. W. Adamson, Proprietor
One month's salary pays for entire course
The island of Java, in the East
Indies, is the most densely popu-
lated land mass in the world—821
'o the square mile.
Louisiana's 48,506 suare miles
'nclude 3,097 of water and a
-*reater mileage of navigable
streams than any other state.
The finance department of the
United States army disburses a'l
funds appropriated for national
1 A ton of sugar will yield ap-
proximately 100 pounds of raw
sugar and 8 gallons of rum.
MORRISON'S BARB£R SHOP
Where you get first class
Sanitary Barbei Service
Two Barbers to Serve You
ODA STEWART H M. MORRISON
805 W. MAIN
620 W. Main
( PEGGY'S PARTY PLIGHT...buy dri SHE£N
/why, honey, ori-sheen cleaning
"OSTS NO MORE
WHY, PES, All YOU
the party. the oniy
evening oress i rave
Would You Like to Sell
... any of your used clothing, shoes, gunj,
jewelry, luggage or musical instrument*;
If bo, call
. .. and we'll be right out to offer you top
J. C. REECE
Sea Us Before Yon Bay or Soil
206 W. Main
Damp Wash 16 pounds 49a
Quilfc fi for ........ ... $1.0«
Laundry Work At Sensible Prices
Phone 388 619 Shepherd
DR. B. R. BUSBY
Complete Optical Service
314% W. Main St.
WOOD WORK OF ALL KINDS
Ca' inets—Furniture—Office Equipment—*
Ornaments—Anything made with wood.
Remodeling— Rcflnishing —Paintine—
Boofing work. '
DENISON SASH AND DOOR COMPANY
Mercer D. Sirams, Prop.
Phone 205 422 W. Wood ird
RADIO SERVICE""" ~ ~
For EXPERT RADIO SERVICE at Lowest
Prices. All repairs guaranteed 90 Dayi
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
411 W. Main
Authorized ORI-SHEEN Cleiien
CAR E F U L
8 A. M. to 8 P. M
DR. P. L. CHASTAIN
418 W. Main Denison
Better Radio Repairing
RCA Tubes Motorola radios
Western Auto Associate Store
Radio and Bicycle Servlc#
Good Penn. OH Davis DeLuxe Tires
FREE Crankcasa and Tire Service
601 W. Main
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 138, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1937, newspaper, November 30, 1937; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327765/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.