The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 138, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DENTSON PRESS
TUESDAY, NOV. SO, 19
Miss Marietta Chapman, in bust-
les and flamboyant colors, receiv-
ed first prize at the tacky party
Monuay evening in Hotel Deni-
son, given by the Denison Busi-
ness and Professional Women s
dub. Mrs. Agnes Viken of Shev-
man received the loving cup for
visitors. She attended as "Aggi'i
from Hilltop" and recited a poem
in keeping with the hillbilly cos-
tume. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger, lc>
cal president, received guests.
Forty three members were pres-
ent at the party, including fif-
teen from Sherman. Miss Louisa
Fales in a white lingerie dress;'
Miss Helen iLiies in a man's wed-
ding suit and Miss Eva Bond in
a red wig and black dress formed
the hospitality group.
Joe Pressley and his orchestra
played for dancing throughout
the evening. A grand march op-
ened the party. The old-fashioned
ranees were illustrated, after
which gum and all day sucker?
were passed out during game?.
Refreshments of minced pie
:.nd coffee were served by Lee
O'Mary and E. T. Brown of Till
Out-of-town guests present
■were Mrs. Elizabeth Yeager of
Commerce; and the following
Rhermanites, Misses Jewel Owen,
'Mabel Denney, Marion Turriff.
Mamie Hines, Mary Rasp, S'ue
Snyder, Lola Gingles, Margaret
Colquitt, Mesdames H. E. Hal!.
Dick O'Bannon, Iva Davidson, H.
K. PJii'lios, Agnes Viken, J. D.
Porterfield and R. R. King.
A. sub'-district meeting of B.
pnd P. W. clubs is announced for
S"ndav at Hotel Grayson, Sher-
man. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger will
head the local delegation.
Scout Troop Has
Parents' Night was observed
Monday by Troop 9 at the First
Christian church. Sixty four
guests were present and D. L.
Finch, scoutmaster, presided over
0. H. Hill opened the program
with assembly and taps. Twelve
Scouts then-gave the organization
laws and commented on each one.
Ben Hearn Jr. welcomed the
A Three Days' Cough
Is Your Danger Signal
No matter how many medicines
you have tried for your cough, chest
cold, or bronchial irritation, you can
get relief now with Creomulsion.
Serious trouble may be brewing and
you cannot afford to take a chance
with any remedy less potent than
Creomulsion, which goes riBht to
the seat of the trouble and aids na-
ture to soothe and heal the inflamed
mucous membranes and to loosen
and expel the germ-laden phlegm.
Even if other remedies have failed,
don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
sion. Your druggist is authorized to
refund your money If you are not
thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
fits obtained from the very first
bottle. Creomulsion is one word—not
two, and it has no hyphen in it.
Ask for it plainly, see that the name
on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
you'll get; the genuine product and
the relief you want. (Adv.)
Apples. Per bu _ OuH
Wineaaps per peck 22c
Nice Size. Each 3C
Fancy Winesap or
Apples. Doz. lUC
Red or White A ftrt
Potatoes. Bu. _ l«UJ
Potatoes, per pound 2c
Kiln Dried. 10 lb.
guest8 and later Uiiked on "Why
1 Want to be a Boy Scout." Belt
Burget introduced scout officials
and had a number of parents give
impromptu talks on Scout work
„ikJ its advantages to boys.
A merit badge demonstration
was conducted by J. L. Dowd, as-
sistant scoutmaster. Phillip Dowd
i.rid Ben Hearn received medals.
A musical intjrlude on the viol-
in was furnished by Phillip Dowd,
accc^npanied at the piano by his
mother, Mrs. J. L. Dowd.
D. L. Finch called attention
to the Court of Honor on Den.
2 at the Legion hall and has in-
vited the public to atte%1.
The troop committee is com-
prised of Ben Burget, Albert
Blackburn, Rev. B. F. Hearn and
UNITES COUPLE IN
CEREMONY FRIDAY EVE
WHITE WRIGHT—J. B. Dixon
of Pilot Grove and Miss Ivonno
Bush of Van Alstyne were married
Friday night at the home of the
Whitewright Eaptist pastor, tha
Rev. Leslie O. Evans. They were
accompanied by Dalton Hill and
Miss Jean Dixon of Pilot Grove
and Miss Maxine Bush of Van
Mrs. Dixon is the daughter of
'Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bush of Van
Alstyne. Mr. Dixon, a farmer, j
living south of Pilot Grove, is!
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce'
Dixon. . The couple will
their home on a farm.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE \
PEOPLE THIS WEEK
The annual conference of Nort i
Texas Methodist young people
will be held Friday and Saturday
'of this week in Bonham at the
Methodist church. Approximtely
one hundred are expected.
District 14 and 15 will be rep-
resented, including -churches
from Denison, Sherman, Dallas.
Longview, Texarkana and all oth-
er churches in that vicinity. A
banquet will be served Friday
night to 200 people. A full pro-
gram has been planned for the
J. H. Caldwell of Sherman, has
accepted a position with the
Earnest Grocery store and as-
sumed duties this week.
> :Wg £
•fix [ f, 1
OH the fire, on the table
goes the new cooking and
serving dish, one oi an
attractive set. designed in
stainless steel by silver-
smiths. You cook in it and
serve from it, piping hot.
The special tray which
keeps the heat off the
table is red or ivory plas-
kon The whole set nests
into itseli and takes up
no room. - .
Drawing room? No.—cellar. The modem eel
lar is no longer a cave ot horrors and dust.
Usually lollowmg the installation oi an auto-
matic heating system, the cellar is reclaimed
and becomes an important and delightiul
room In this sports
and game room, the
oil turnace ts barely
seen at leit edge oi
picture Twenty per-
cent of usable space
can thus be added to
an average home
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Even in autumn,
flowers are being
prepared for our next
David Burpee, seen
acres of sweet peas,
in a California tut
farm, is puzzled to
select breeding spe-
cimens. Flower ianr
mobbed Burpee in
New York in No-
vember, when 3,000
came to hear him
talk on new flowers
for 1938. Petunias
and marigolds, he
said, will be im-
Prize winning crochet design in a Newark
contest leading up to the National Crochet
Contest, this cloth oi Mrs. M. Murphy s
was much admired. Mrs. Murphy works in
the great Clark thread mills in Newark
and presumably knows her cotton crochet.
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What's this got to do with the home? Lots City of New
York weights and measures men in a specially designed
truck test the scales which weigh your coal and other home
purchases. Short weight is a constant menace and n w the
-subject ol a national campaign, Truck officials at Ardmore,
|Penn., have sold many oi these trucks lately to munici-
Hither And Yon
Not only the gardens themselvos
in Lisbon, but the surrounding
environs are most beautifully
landscaped. The Portugese ore
sticklers for civic beauty. Even
the cobblestone streets are laid out
in patterned mosaics. One sees
much evidence of building in Li;>
oon. Beautiful new modernistic
homes, churches, schools and
places of business are being built
all over the city. Large modern
rpavtment houses are also under
construction. The down-town busi-
ness section is very attractive.
Even the water-front is clean and
orderly. Apparently Portugal is
not much affected by the war that
is going on nearly all around her
except for the influx of Spanish
refugees. Over 300 of them em-
bark on our boat here—bound for
America. A most pitiful sight are
they, homeless, destitute, broken
families—loved ones killed and
missing—of all ages are they—old
people and little children, dirty,
hungry, cold, driven from homo
and happiness, forced to take their
ch; nces with life anew in a
str .;i;;e lund, among strange peo-
ple, where language and customs
are so different. They must from!
necessity let come what may. On
United finances, of course, they
are obliged to travel third-class
and si ecragc! Their greatest fear
seems to bo that maybe America
will not let them in! Perhaps, she
will send them back—to what—
and where? Such sights are good
for the soul of the care-free Amer-
icans, at times. It certainly starts
us thinking . . . and appreciat-
ing .. . but surely ... it
LAST TIMES TODAY
was saved, but the second story is
a mere charred shell. The destruc-
tion of the Presbyterian church
eliminates an old landmark. It
was one of the first places of wor-
ship, erected in this city about
twenty-five years ago. About eigh-
teen months ago it was remodeled
throughout and made larger. In-
surance on building, furniture,
>iano and the parsonage was
TODAY and WEDNESDAY
CeoJtTM'J'P"*. WU W*" I
216. W. Woodard St. 60S S. Armstrong Ave, g
IF Lb. PURE CANE" SUGAR (cloth bag) .... 52c §
Fresh Cocoanuts each .. 6c 3 Lb. Crisco
Cocoanut per lb 17c
Pop Corn lb. 5c, 6 lbs. 2ac
English Walnuts 2 lb. . 25c
Large Pecans 2 lb 25c
Spry Shortening 3 lb... 50c
Merrit Shortening 6 lb. 79c |
Merrit Shortening 4 lb 40c
1 Gallon Ribbon Cane Syrup
h Gallon Ribbon Cane Syrup .. JWC
day in the homes of the following the Katy hospital,
members, Mrs. G. P. Brous, Mrs.
H. T. Hoskins, 'Mrs. C. E.
Schenck and Mrs. George Fairley.
He was very
ill during the past weekend but
is improving steadily.
vices Wednesday evening, it has
been announced. i
Lois Evelyn Beckham was in
Ector Saturday evening for a
party in the home of Mr. ar.d
'Mrs. Collie Hodges honoring their
son Harold Hodges and his class-'
mates Joe Butts and Roy Ohmert.
Waples Memorial Missionary |
society held circle meetings Mon-,
Mrs. Edith Barnes Hussy and
Miss Joyce Watford, students at
Oklahoma University were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Hussey and
Miss Worthy Williams of Derfison
during the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Alice Spinker has been 11
guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Harvey Armstrong of Paris.
Franz Kohfeld Jr. has departed
for Highland, 111. to attend the
funeral of a relative.
Miss Elizabeth Yeager, student
at Teachers college in Commerce
has been a houseguest of her |
mother, Mrs. Yeager, and sister j
Miss Robina Yeager on West
The Fellowship Class of First
Baptist church will have a business .
and social meeting this evening in
the home of Mrs. Guy Gregg
All members are urged to be pres-
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doomed also. The dire calamity
Ralph Morris is convalescing at
The First Presbyterian church
has cancelled its mid-week ser-
| when the hose was carried to the
j second story and the water turned
onto the blaze which was all over
the south portion. The building
Free Lettuce with
Purchase over 50c
130 W. Main
1 Month Daily to your door
6 Months Daily to your door >.
12 Months Daily to your door
12 Pages thrilling Features, Dramatic
Fiction and Colored Comics Each
Saturday as our Sunday
See a Carrier Boy in your neighborhood
Or phone your order to 300
The Denison Press
A Fast Growing Newspaper
YOU'LL FEEL BETTER
In Properly Cleaned Clothes
Just knov.ing that your clothe* are thoroughly cleaned and
properly pre sed will give you an "tsurance that will ac-
tually make you feel better and LOOK better.
LADIES, send us this delicate
dresses and blouses, thpse hard to
e'ean fabrics. We'll remove those
difficult spots and stains and senl
it back to von fresh and new look-
ing. AND it wi'l be the same
size it was before cleaning.
NO. 2 CAN «r
iomatoes 4 for
NO. 1 CAN 0-
Tomatoes 6 for *5c
NO. 2 CAN «,r
Kraut 4 for *5c
NO. 2 CAN „A
Hominy 3 for 20c
NO. 2 id CAN - a
NO. 2 CAN - p
Pumpkin 2 for 15c
NO. 2 CAN 1
Polar Bear Peas 11c
Hales Leader Peas 15c
CAMPBELL'S _ | _
Tomatoe Juice Gal j5c
i Gal. 20c—14 Oz. Can, 4 for 25c
Pinto Beans 5 lbs. 25c
Small Navies 5 lbs. 25c |
Large Navies 5 lbs. 25c |
Butter Beans 5 lbs. 25c
Blackeye Peas 5 lb. 25c
• • • •
RIPE _ M _
Olives Reg. 25c can )l5c
SOUR OR DILL
PICKLES Qt. 12c
SWEET „ „
pickles 23 oz. i5c
figbars lb. 10c
ginger cake lb. 10c
crackers 2 lb. 15c
All Baby Milk doz 42c
All Tall Milk doz. 83c
101b. CORN meal 20c
20 lb. 35c 5 lb. 10c
Matcnes fer Carton 15c
Matches Per Carton 20c $
AMBASSADOR \ H
Toilet Tissue 3 for 10c .j
4 Pounds 25c ^
are you particular about the crease
in your trousers being just right? Then send
your suits to us. Our expert workmen are
a guar ntee of satisfactory work. And by
the way, it's bout time to get out that over-
coat and get it cleaned up.
MEMBERS NATIONAL CLEANERS AND DYERS
Pirnientoes (4 oz. can)
7 0«. CAN
Pirnientoes 2 for ...
Silver Bell 2 lb.. 23c
Polar Bear lb, . 19c
Polar Bear 3 lb.. 54c
Town Talk lb... 19c
Town Talk 3 lb. 55c
BigC 481b. ..$1.40
BigC 241b 75c
BigC 121b 40c
5. ame price on Hales
Leader and Prize-
RED-OR WHITE-IRISH POTATOES Peck 25c
spaghetti 7 oz. Pkg. 4 for 25c s
MACARONI 7 oz. Pkg. 4 for 25c 1
EGG NOODLES Large Package 15c \i
RAISINS ,2 Pound Package . . . 15c
DRIED APPLES 3 Pounds for 25c |
DRIED PEACHES. 2 Lbs. fc* 25c
DRIED PRUNES 3 Pounds for 25c <2
BULK RICE. 7 Pounds for 25c £
SALT 3 Packages for 10c |
BAKING POWDER 25 oz. can 15c $
K C *6 ^ \ ot
BAKING POWDER 25 oz. can 16c \
BAKING POWDER 2 Pounds 18c g
PRICES GOOD UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT
FREE DE LIVERY
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 138, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1937, newspaper, November 30, 1937; Denison, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327765/m1/4/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.