The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 132, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1938 Page: 3 of 4
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DEC. 7th, 1938
THE DENJSON PRESS
,By DULCE MURRAY
December 7, 1876
Several months ago, a woman
named Fisher obtained a sew n?
machine' of Mr. Southern, agen'
for the Singer Manufacturing
company, which she was to pay for
in installments. Yesterday Mr.
Southern learned the woman had
left, taking the machine with her.
He started n pursuit this morn-
ing, overtook Mrs. Fisher's wagon
six miles south of Sherman and
secured his machine. He allowed
the woman to go on her way, be-
ing satisfied to recover his pro-
When Southen and a young man
who went vrt th him as an assistant
rode up to the wagon, a young
man traveling with Mrs. Fisher,
jumped onto a horse hurried'.y
and soon disappeared in the tim-
A man who gave his name as
Sullivan was detected appropriat-
ing several small articles in Mc-
Donald's auction store last night
and stuffing them into his pock-
e's. George Woodlief charged
hJm with the theft, which he de-
lved until the articles were taken
from him. McDonald went out in
search for a policeman, but not
being able to find such a person-
acre, Woodlief took the responsi-
bility to walk the light-fingered
gentleman over to Nelm's board-
ing house (jail) where he was
furnished lodgings for the night.
December 7, 1888
Mi's. W. D. Gerard, wife of the
superintendent of the Denison
pub'ic schools died Wednesday of
last week at the home of her par-
ents in Monroe county, Mo. Prof.
Gerard was telegraphed the intel-
ligence of his wife's dangerous
condition on Tuesday, and started
at once for Missouri, arp ving only
in time to see her breath her last.
The infant son, which was the
cause of its mother's death, is
alive and doing well. The profes-
sor arived home Sunday right, to
return to h's professional duties.
The Gafe City Jewelry com-
pany, under the opera house, has
on exhibition in their front win-
dow a mammoth ornament, whose
unque beauty is the subject of
comp.imentary remarks from ail
who pass the store. It is monster
wooden anchor covered with black
velvet and completely covered
with handsome gold watches, many
of them set with diamonds, and
presents an appearance that is be •
wilderingly beautiful and attrac-
The f rst carload of the cele-
brated Ph Best Milwaukee lagar
beer, arrived in the city today,
consigned to B. M. Carter, the
company's agent at this point, and
each saloon in the city was made
a present of a keg.
December 7, 1903
.Vftor a four week's battle for
life, John F. Green, aged twenty-
one years, son of George an'!
Sarah Green, died of pneumonia,
Saturday evening, December 5th.
at 6 o'clock, at the home of his
parents, who reside at Pottsboro
He is a nephew of H. G. and L
W. Howe and Mrs. M. J. Fitzge--
ald, of this city.
He had been in the employment
of the Denison city water com
pany, as water clerk, for the pas-
eighteen months. The funera'
took place today, Monday, the
7th, with interment in Georgetowi
The remains were followed to
the grave by the largest concourse
of friends ever witnessed in Potts-
boro. All the business houses am'
the publis schools were closed that
his many friends might attend tb'
funeral services, which were he!-'
in the Methodist church. He wa
n member of the WOW, th
Woodmen's circle and the CM*
Members of these societies fron
Denison attended the funeral.
The ladies of St. Luke's Guil
held a bazaar last Wednesday an
Thursday. Dinner was server
both days and a great variety of
good things were served. The
menu included turkey and fixings
In the bazaar were many useful
things suitable for the Christ ma
season. The ladies realized quite
a neat sum for the treasury.
"7Au AMAZING AMERICA ^5
Edmound Duty and Teresa Hill,
Denison, route 1.
FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COUKT
R. M. CARTER, JUDGE
New Suits Field
Fannie Mae Smith vs Harold
Arthur Smith, divorce.
Jim Paul Knox vs. Lloyds Am-
erican, workmen's compensation
And The Worst Is Yet To Come
VISITOR FROM THE SKV
A METEOR SMASHING IHTO THE
ASHZONA DESERT IN ONE SECOND
DISPLACED U AS MUCH EARTH AS
WAS DUG OUT OF THE PANAMA
THE NEW RIVER
IS WIDER AND
DEEPER THAN THE
THE RIVER PLOW-
IT IS ALMOST
LOUG BEFORE RADfO WAS
KNOWN. THE SHOT FIRED ON
CONCORD BRIDGE. IN MASSA-
'ROUND THE WORLD. IT
BEGAN THE REVOLUTION.
BUSES TRAVEL AS FAR
AS TO THE SUN AND
HALF-WAY BACK AGAIN!
Stoddard, block 1, and lot I,
block 2, Hillside Village, an addi-
tion to Denison, $1 and other
considerations, Nov. 12, 1938.
Mrs. Emma Lovellettee Seay to
R. W. Stoddard, lots 2 and it.
block 4, S'tewart's first addition
to Denison, $1 and other' consid-
erations, Nov. 12, 1938.
t A- E. Marks et ux J. M. Curtis,
east 60. feet of lots 2, 4 and 6,
block 1, Greenmount addition to
Sherman, $360, Nov. 5 1938.
A. V. Brown, ;Sherman, Oldsmo-
'L. A. Painter et ux to Hayden
Hayes, 102.98 acres in the Daniel
Lloyd survey, $4,000, Aug. 20,
Jack Connelly et ux to Chester
Hiburn, 18 acres in the J. B. Mc-
Anair survey, $300, Dec- 2, 1938.
Thelma Morris et vir to Guy F.
Everett et al, lot 18, block 18,
Perry's first addition to Denfcon,
$100, Dec. 1, 1938,
L. E. Kinnard to Eli Gentry,' |Bl ttttl*
lots 1_, 2, 3, 4 and 5, West Fu'.ton
addition to Van Alstyne, $175, CJQPPED * am
Nov- 28, 1938. I
J. T. S'uggs Jr. et ux to R. W.
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That was JIM RoaetiTs'
His wife (a/6nt out Anb he has
To STAY vsllTH THE. CHlLtSflEN *
HE SAID HE coulbny COME. -
HE Ai-So SAID THAT considering
THE FACT THAT HE HAD BEEN
Winning re©ucari.Y and "Mat «'S
AVERAGE ININNINSS </JERE ABOUT
A bock and a aoAmen. we
could SEND THAT amount UP
WHV NOT ?
A DOL-LAR ANt>
NOT TO have
V<V|TH US '
HES A FunG
60Y To TAx£
HE CANT COME
And uouiE'S 5*ck!
I^HY DONT "THOSE
GUYS L.BT "YOU
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So'S Ycu COULD
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The plaintiff asks $2,784.42 for phy, divorce granted.
injuries allegedly received Mr.rch Minnie Ola Gray vs. J. R. Gray,
23, 1938, when 'he came in oon- divorce granted and custody of
tact with an electric power line child is awarded to plaintiff and
while working on a building in defendant is ordered to pay a
the 100 block East Mulberry, week for its support.
Sherman, as an employe of Wood; —
and Wall, contractors. GRAYSON COUNTY COUR'i
Cases Disposed Of JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE
Ex parte: John Michael Dag- Probate Docket
nan, application for removal of
disabilities of minority granted.
Elsie Holliday vs- Scott Hoii-
Amelia Weihs has offered the
will of Este'.le Glab, decased, for
probate, and has applied for iom-
pKtaJ'y administration of the es-
day, divorce granted and custody tate.
rf minor child is awarded to plain-, c'ary M. Elliott has offered the
will of Mrs- Luqv E. Elliott,
Earl Murphy vs. Rosa Mac Mur- teased, for probate.
By Cy Hungerford
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 132, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1938, newspaper, December 7, 1938; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327899/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.