The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 147, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 24, 1938 Page: 4 of 6
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THE DENISON PRESS
SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1938
FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COUIt'C
U. M. CARTER. JUDGE
Twenty indictments including
19 felonies and one misdemeanor
were returned Thursday aftmoon
by the fifteenth district grand
jury, and the jury was finally dis-
c-havgred. The indictments are as
Driving whi'.e intoxicated,
•three; "burglary, three; /forgery
and pnssinp, two; turkey theft,
two; murder, two dhicken thett,
three; forgery and attempt to
pass, one; swindling, two; v/ife
•and child desertion, one permit-
tin? a gaming device on the
premises, (a misdemeanor), one
New Suits Filed
Pan-Amevi"nn Life Insurance
company vs. L. M. iRudd, title and
GRAYSON COUNTY COURT
JAKE .f. LOY, TTTDGE
Now Suits Filed
Robert M. Cleft vs. V. H. Hud-
gens et al, suit for debt.
L. Burton has been grant-
ed a license to retail beer at his
cafe three miles northwest of
Bells on highway 69.
LaGrnnt Mills and Mrs. Versie
Haynes L. Proctor and Nora D.
James C. MeOelhee and Jewell
Gnskin. Colli nsville.
1 D. T. Tarkington and Ola
Smith, Hendrix, Okla.
iA.thal Kile and Lillian Boston,
J. N. Capps ad Lois Igo, Kyle.
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Joe E. Brown, shown above v. - j"eity June Travis, aiJ|-eais at
the Star theatre Saturday night in a preview, followed by a two
day run in the feature "The G'adiator."
"THE SISTERS" COMING
Adapted from the best-selling
novel of recent years by Myron
Brinig, and co-starring Errol
Flynn and Bette Davis, "The Sis-
ters," at the Rialto Wednesday
and Thursday, a teeming drama
of American lifo in the early
nineteen hundreds. Besides the
two stars, the cast includes such
notables as Anita Louise, Iai
Hunter, Beulah Bondi, Jane Bry-
an, Pa trie Knowles, and many oth-
ers. Anatole Litvack directed.
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and courtesy. We always
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The gift we treasure most was not given at
this Christmastime . . . but rather it was
given all through the year. This gift is your
friendship and patronage. We treasure it
most because we know it is your way of
showing us that our service has been wel-
comed by you, and that you value this
service. So for another year we say "Merry
Christmas to All!"
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and Every Good Wish of
this Happy Season
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< 309 W. Main
Bakers of Langston's Bread
We deeply appreciate your loyal
support during 1938 and truly
wish you, Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year!
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Subsarlbe to the Daniioi Proas
WE WISH YOU
A ME'tRY CHRISTMAS
and HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ship is truly
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A Very Merry Christmas
Our best way of wishing you a very merry
Christmas and a prosperously happy New Y«;ar
... is to assure you of continued high quality
and courteous service throughout the coming
year . . . and all the years to come.
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516 W. Main St. Phone 742
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pleasure to express to our
many friends our sincere ap-
preciation of their patronage
and to wish you a very
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We Wish You
and may the
New Year Bring
Wish for YOU
May everybody this Christmas get
back the faith and trust of a little
child. The faith that moves moun-
tains and fills stockings! May all
those who have grown up regain
the illusions they may have lost and
face the world with renewed trust
and good fellowship! That is the
Christmas wish we make you and
the hope we cherish for ourselves.
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Let's wish together! Let's overlook our lit-
tle complaints and let's be thankful for
what we have and for what we intend
having. Let's wish for each other's joy
in this great season . . . and hope for each
other's happiness in the coming year. It's
easier this way and more enjoyble. All to-
gether, then! A brighter, happier year.
G. B. McKINNEY, JR.
MODERN SCHOOL OF DANCE
231 Vs W. Main Phone 535J
Welcomes this opportunity
to sincerely wish every
one a truly
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wishes you and yours
MAY THIS GLAD SEASON
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 147, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 24, 1938, newspaper, December 24, 1938; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327913/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.