The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 153, Ed. 1 Monday, January 2, 1939 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
MONDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1639]
Phone Your Society Nowa te Phone IOC Pleas*
Sunday Afternoon Tea Compliment
To Several Visiting College Girls
•Miss Mar turn Jane Gill, 915 W. WlSCOllSin Guests
Bond, entertained Sunday alter-
noon with an informal tea compli-
menting Miss Lorena Brown and
Miss Vivian Crutcher of Durant
and Miss Mary Voge of Green
The memibers of the house par
Honoring Misses Nathalie and
Mary Voge, iof Green Bay, Wis.,
ty were Denison girls who have w(j0 are house guests of Mijs
been spending the Christmas holi- Eiayne Meador, (jl& West Gandy,
days here with tjheir families and jyjlSS Watkins, entertain-
friends, and included I Mia Mary ed with a Sund mornin break.
Virginia Johnson, of Our Lady of fagt t the Hotd Ueniaon tw..
Victory College at Fort Wort..; u moming_
Misses Martha Lee and Evelyn Car in out a colu, ,chemL, of
Earnest of Southeastern at Du- and whit Mis, VVatkins
rant; Miss Yvonne Raleigh, cf use(, wUt# snapdra„on3 in a
Texas State College for Women bow, to center th(J tM
at Denton; Misses Joann Cox and which was d wi,n a white
. alS° °vf U ^eaS «loth. Green gum drops held by
and Miss Iheresa Marie Corcoran , inacribed _„eeI1 ,
DednisMnS Mary Schl°emann marked peaces for fhe ^Mlowing
6An "atmosphere of Springlike eaest*J. M.isses rhonor"
loveliness was created in the en- ^ M'^s Meador Mr, Grow
tertaining rooms with the effec- Meador, Mrs. I E. Miller Miss
tive arranlgetaient of crystal con-j *J'.een *fain' ^fal a
tainers of pink snapdragons, c*- Miss Helen Louise Kelly, Mu.
nations and sweet peas. | Louise ISmith, Miss Maty
The dining table was laid with Schloemann, Miss trances Freels,
a lace cloth and green tapers in Miss Nan C. Campbell, Miss Art-
crystal candelabra flanked the[ nat ^ P Wallace, Misses Sylvia.|
Mrs. Endries Carter
And George B. Mosse
United In Marriage
George B. Mosse, of Denison,
took as his 'bride in an informal
wedding ceremony Saturday af-
ternoon, Mrs. Endries Carter of
Dlurant, Okla. The service was
performed in the home of the Rev.
Fred Stump Jr., pastor of the Du-
rant Baptist church in the pres-
ence of a few friends and rela
tives of the couple.
The ibride was dressed in a
winter ensemble of teal blue with
wine accessories. She is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Beard, 1223 West Locust street,
Durant, and "Mr. Mosse is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moss?,
731 West Elm, Denison. He is a
postal clerk in the Denison post
After a brief wedding trip to
Dallas and other Texas cities the
couple will be at home at 906 W-
and Ethel Neef,
j Walker and Miss
central mirror on
placed pastel sweet
crystal bowl. dricks,
The holiday motif was employ- • ormf' Supper
ed in the refreshment course. Aip- , °UI1"ay night Miss Eileen
proximately seventy five guests Kain, 1001 West Chestnut, re-
called during the receiving hours ™1Ve, . ™lsse® Voge and R iss
from three to six, including the ^uead°r' !nformally. for suPPer-
following from out of town: Miss T.he Mexican theme was empha-
A Movie Fan
"Angels With Dirty Facet—At the
Rialto theatre; A Warner Bros,
The Cast—Uaraei Cagney Pat O'-
Brien, The Dead End Kids, Hum-
phrey.. Bogart,.. Ann Sheridan,
Sue Rolling of Durant, president
sized in decorations and menu
of the Pi iKappa Sigma, sorority; 'r°nig.ht ^visiting girls will be
Miss Catherine Bryant, 'Miss Mary ,'ino', , w' cabin party at
.To French, Miss Jane Biffey, Miss Wo,od'ake b-v Mrs- L E Miller,
— - - — and tomorrow
Betty Joe Kennedy, Miss Joan
'McCarthy and Miss La Cretia La
Flore, all metmbers of the Pi Kap-
ipa Stoma sorority, of Southeast-
ern; Miss Rosalee Knott and Mi3S
afterno. n Mrs.
Miller will receive guests at an
informal tea given in th>;lr hon-
The Misses Vogo are daughter?
Margaret McKinney, also of Du- of ®Jr. and Mrs- Anthony V020
rant: 'Miss Maxine Hopkins of ® Ore on Bay, Wis. and have
Denver, Colo., Who attends Tex- bee.n entertained extensively sin^e
as Christian University at Fort 'J1' '] arrival in Denison last
Worth and is the house p'lies* of | ednesday.
Miss Edith Austin; and Miss ~ ::
Nathalie Volje, of Marquette Uni- Bo.Tltist Conference
versity Milwaukee, who i<s a sis-1 T * o n .
ter of'Mary Voge, one of the hon- In Oxiermail lUGSClJEiy
Mrs. Gill was assisted in recew- Final plans have been com-
ing and entertaining by her mow- p!eted for the Grayson County
er, Mrs. P. G. Gill.
Informal Tea Sat.
Baptist Worker's conference which
: is scheduled to open in S'herman
i at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
| The Rev. E. W. Marshall of Dal-
| las, district missionary will deliv-
| er the morning service, which will
I be preceded by a program on
Visiting Matrons Sunday School work, emphasizing
three important, phrases of the
Mrs. Benjamin Pearsall, of EI- su . ... ,
gin, 111, who is visiting her daugh- ,The meetln)? ,bc OP6™'1
ter, 'Mrs. David G. Platter, and w,t.h a*T a"d prai^ se™c*
Mrs. C. S. Denny of Manhattan "nder th* d"ectl°" of tMrs: Ethel|
Beach, Calif, who is a .guest of ^lyin of the Forest Avenue
her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Riddle, Baptist church Sherman. Speak-
were complimented Saturday af- ers and the subjects they will dis-
ternoon with a lovely tea at the are Mrs. Fred W Parker
home of Mrs. Ewing Ellis, C04 W. °f the F,rust ehurch
jjanna Denison, who will talk on teach-
•Mrs.' Ellis employed the fie='a inJ stewardship through Sunday
To the thousands of iboys who
might have choosen between
crime or honesty Warner Brc
have dedicated "An'gels With
Dirty Faces" which does two
things; gives both Cagiiey and O'-
Brien roles ill whicii they have
never played before. Cagney ap-
proaches his old time ganlarster
status, but O'Brien leaves out his
visual, fast bantering talk, for a
wore subdued tone as ,a priest.
The story deals with two youth-
ful pals who choose different
roads in life, one a priest and the
other a hardened criminal who
decides that a gun is a much and
simpler way to make a living.
Cagney is given the electric
chair eventually because he killed
j two hoodlums (Bogart and Ban-
| eroft) when he finds them plot-
ting to slay his bosom pal, O'-
Once more the Dead End Kirls
give startling roles for boys their
ages. As foils for Cagney, the
kids appear on their way to fol-
low in his footsteps, but he pre-
vents them in an ingenius mar-
ker. Ann Sheridan, a Dallas girl,
is merely a lovely background,
nothing to do but appear o-
the scene every once in a while.
"Angels With Dirty Faces" is
a powerful drama that you will
like if you go for gangsterdom,
plenty of shooting, and plots ev-
ery few minutes.—L. A.
BASEBALL MOGULS — Ford Frick, president of the National
Baseball League, and William Harridge, president of the Amer-
ican League, conferring at the recent meeting of baseball chiefs
and scouts in New York. a
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Saunders,
1403 W. Main, have left for a ten
day vacation trip to points in
South Texas and the Rio Grande
Mrs. B. S. McCleary, 508 West
Chestnut, left this morning for
Cinclare, La, for a visit of sev-
eral weeks with her parents, Mr.
and 'Mrs. H. A. Munson.
Mrs. P. O- French of Fairfield,
wife of the late Judge P. O.
French, and former Denisonian,
is visiting friends and relatives
in the city and transacting 'busi-
Missr Eileen Kain, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O- E. Kain, 1001 W.
Chestnut, left this morning for
Austin to resume her studies at
the University after a Christmas
i visit with her parents.
Jimmie Stevens, son of Mir. and
Mrs. V. H. Stevens, 517 W. Ow-
ing, has returned to Austin to
resume his duties at the Univer-
sity of Texas, where he is a stu-
W. C. Green, 1030 W. .Sears,
manager of the Texas Power and
Light company, remaining in a
serious conditiofci at (his home,
following a sudden attack of ill-
ness Friday night.
theme in decorations, and refresh-
scfli'ool work; Edgar Peveto of the
!ments. The entertaining rooms
Railway postal clerks and oth-
1 ers connected with the business
are watching with interest the
outcome of a bill to be introduced
David Bates, Walter Bryant, Ben
R. Burgett, H. J. Carlson, Geo.
Cuchenor, W. G. Dunbar F. 7? * . , ..
OW Ralph Johnson, E, E. K,n- * £
nedy, Sr., C. B. Lyle, J. P. Mc-
Bee, Roy McCool, Jack Murphy,
R. R. Parker, O. B. Parks, C. I,.
Pipkin, Harry Tone, F. B. Willi-
ford, Sr., Evans B. Wood.
First church at Sherman who will
were beautifully appointed with cliscu®s enrolling- of church
colored pottery bowls of blue, men>bers ,n the Sunday school;
rose and purple snapdragons, and a 9' Hopkins of Dallas, state
sweetpeas, and the dining table secretary and! JSunday school j
was spread with a colorful Mexi- talk on building,
can cloth and centered with whita Christian character through Sun-j.,
sweet peas in a bowl of orange ' ^_>o1 w°""k> I. . . Good luck in the future Phi"
fiesta ware. Orange candles in , Po',ow!"e the ^ncheon 5 Q00 copies of the l^'nison
green holders illuminated the w- £?! guide book will be published by
urns lyVr" Patter an" Mrf " "^ive meetings will'be he.d by the Th"
" the men's group, and the Worn- PamPj1'et already is in the hands
(CoitinuMl frem page one)
M- Brenneke. , .... . .. .
A special feature of the after- ^ Missionary Union.
noon's entertainment was a travel- , pecial music will be furnished — ,, '
ogue program paricipated in by ^ thf mejml'ers of the Sherman Tiout, Beaumont pitcher,
the honorees and several guests, ^hurch an.d ■rrangwente for the, « a second Duly Dean be-
who have had the "good fortune to d^'s activities are in the hands, cause he is as loquacious as the
travel in far-away place" ° • A' Ellis, Pastor of the! original Diz who could brag all
'Mrs. EUis introduced the sub- First BaPtist church, 'Sherman; day, then get out there and back
ject of the program and presented <£e *®BV* H* L" White> lt up . . . Schoolboy Rowe will
Mrs. (Charles H. Jones, Mrs. Forest Avenue Church, and j soon he back up on the big lea-
Riddle, Mrs. Platter and Mrs. Lamb, wife of the gues. Paul Dean might make the
Denny. Ea<<h guest responded Pastor °* the Calvary Baptist
with a brief talk, mentioning on'y church of Denison.
the most important highlight cf
their respective trips. 'Mrs. Jotivs
spoke of her trip to Europe: M's. nr npSrc nnoo'
Brenneke. of a motor trip through ' T'FRKINS BROS.
New England; Mrs. Riddle of the ™ls ,^f"71"'g Leo Stone assum-
outstandinli even in her Central dut'ca advertising and
American tour; Mrs. Denny of d,.s'1 £ manager for the local Per-
her visit to Alaska and Mrs. Plat- !"ns os' store. Mr. Stone has. , .
been a resident of Denison for was on the go at the sound of a
carrying motor busses to
the nation's highways.
If the approval of congress is
secured, experimental busses will
be placed in service and will be
used as a supplement to rail fa-
cilities only, it is stressed. The
vehicles will have a similarity to
the present railway mail cars and
will be equipped with a clerk to
sort and distribute letters while
on the road.
It has not been decide whether
the government or private con-
cerns will operate the motor un
Y outh Arrested
For Stealing By
Denison's New Year's weekend
was one of the quietest on record,
city police reported today. Only
one person, a youth of 14, was
arrested for any other cause but
B. W. Walker, 506 East Main
street, brought the youth to of-
ficers after he had allegedly
caught the youngster stealing a
cap off his truck radiator. The
youth, with no other police rec-
ord, was said to have had another I
:-a iator can in his possession j
when caught by Walker.
,AI few minor automobile acci-
dents were reported and investi-
gated, but none was hurt in the
N^w Board of
To Take Officc
HARD TO NOT
t'upirll/ht. 1936. Fal'Ctltla.
Reflective a) the Edwardian pe-
fiod, the Hesli - colored chiffon
gown, sketched above, will be
worn by Claudette Colbert, in a
forthcoming film. Designed by
Edith Head, the gown is worn
over a matching crepe slip with
lace insertions through which pale
blue satin ribbon is drawn.
The neckline is slightly heart-
shaped and outlined by frills of
the chiffon. Short, puff sleeves
tie in above the elbow over single
frills of chiffon. The hem of the
nightgown has a deep ruffle of the
self-material attached by a row of
narrow lace insertion.
AUSTIN Tex. Jan. 2 (UP>-
Ren G. 0'N«nl of Wichita FnlU
Wfimpr DeWolfe of Vnstin Pir1
Max T, Junker of Dallas, new
members pf the state board of
education will take office tomor-
row. Their apnointments to suc-
ceed Ghent Sanderford of Austin.
Tom Garrard of l ubbock. and R.
S. Bowers of Caldwell, were an-
nounced yesterday by Governor
James V. Allred.
The new members will be sworn
in the governor's office in time
to participate in the regular meet-
ing of the board.
Junker is general agent of the
Katy railroad, and formerly re-
sided in Wichita Falls.
The appointments are for six
Takes His Life
Kreisler Lends Violin
N1EIWTON, Mass., Jan. 2 (UP)
—Francesco Zecchino, 15-year-
okl protege of Fritz Kreisler,
played the famous virtuoso's .$30,-
000 Guarnerius violin at a con-
cert of the Highland Glee Club of
Newton. Zecchino, an east Bos-
ton boy, is regarded by many
music authorities as an outstand-
ing virtuoso of the coming gener-
Scrip Highly Inflated
BRISTOW, Ok., Jan. 2 (UP)
—A gallon can of salt sold here
for $800, a tricycle brought $750
and a can of corn $80. Chamber
of Commerce officials pointed out
however, that the selling quota-
tions were in terms of "Golden
Dollars," merchants' scrip.
By HENRY McLiEMORE
United Pre Staff Correspondent
PASADENA, Cal, Jan. >2 (UP)
—Every time a Southern team
comes out here for the Rose Bowl
a serious flaw in my sports writ-
ing make-up is revealed. |
The flaw is an inability to pre-
vent the heart from swaying what
little mind I have. The perfect
sports writer is one who has not
one ounce of sentiment; a «n n
cf stone and ice who can watob
any sort of athletic contest with-
out earing who wins, just so it be
the more proficient man or team.1
I try my level beat to be that
way. I have tried for ten long
years, but without success. It is
simply impossible for me to be in
'my press seat more than five
minutes before acquiring a favor-
ite and becoming just as partisan
as anyone in the house or stadi-
today, it will be flying the Bonnie!
Blue flag of the Confederacy. It!
will be unseen, but it will be
there, makinig everyman hit a lit-
tle harder, try « little longer.
I'v got* to go with the Dukes.
I must cast my ballot, not with a
Sunkist orange, but a' hot bis-
cuit, dripping with butter. And so
taking a hot biscuit, and using a
chicken drumstick dipped in
cream gravy for a pen, I write
you the score of the 1939 tourn-
ament of Roses football game:
Duke 7, Southern Cal 0.
(Copyright By United Press)
grade again—at least sport fans
are hoping so . . . You can get
any of the major bowl gmes over
the airways this afternoon . . .
The northbound Katy Texas
Special will be operated in two
sections out of Dallas tonight to
St. Louis, due to large numbers
of students returning to school
and buyers enroute to eastern
markets. Eighteen cars will make
up the two trains.
BOKCHITO, Ok., Jan. 2 (UP)
—George C. Mitchell, 73-year-old
longtime Bryan county resident,
took his own life at the home of
his son, ,V. C. Mitchell, at Bok-
chito late Friday, a coroner's jury
determined after an inquest held
by Justice of the Peace P. G. Wil-
son, Bryan county officers re-
The aged man was found by his
daughter-in-law, in his room im-
mediately after she head vhe gun
Hurricane Photos As Gift
BRISTOL, R. I., Jan. 2 (UP)
—Fulfilling the traditional ex-
change of greetings with the may-
or of Bristal, Eng., Town Council
President Frederick B. Paull is
sending as tokens 20 photographs
showing damage done here by the
September hurricane and tidal
shot report and rushed into his
room. The entire top of Mitchell's
head was blown off by a 20 gauge
shotgun load, and remnants of his
brain were spattered on the ceil-
ing and walls of his room, Assist-
ant County Attorney Lewis T.
Martin, who with Undersheriff G.
G. Murphy and Bill Steger, coun-
ty attorney-elect, who made the
The holiday was observed at
Katy offices today with only a
skeleton force on duty to carry
Harry Davenport, named as the on the necessary work.
outstanding bit player of the year
in a poll recently, said one of his
family must have been kicked by
a fire horse because they are al-
ter to'd of incidents while on a , , .
trip to China. Mrs. Ellis closed 'pve"' V™r« and .has previously
the unusual and interesting pro- handled similar duties with other
*ram by relating one dav's ac- CT,s°o stores-
tivities during a recent visit to Mr- Stone succeeds Earl NisVet
Mexico. i w''° resigned to accept a position
Anproximaely tweny five guests w'th the Montgomery Ward corn-
called during the entertaining, Pany in Fort Worth.
bell. Not meaning they are punch
drunk ... A New York flier for
the past few years has greeted
the new year in his plane. Yester-
day he was 4 miles up where tem-
peratures were 18 below. A
CALLED AT SHERMAN
Of First Christian
Will Meet Tuesday
New Official Board
Oats in bulk 28c
Oats in new brvgn 30c
Wheat No. 1 BOc
Installation services were held
Sunday morninl? at the First
____ Christian church for (toe newly
On account of the New Year n'ected members of the Official!Corn 45-48C
holiday the three groups of the church board who will serve o:i; Turkeys, No. 1 16c
First Christian church will meet elders and deaicofls during the ] Turkeys, No. 2 11c
T'ie=dnv jifternoon at 2-30 for coming year. The first meeting of!old Toms 18c
their regular business meeting and the board will be held Tuesday, Roosters 6c
I Hens, light 10c
devntjonol service. I ni^ht at the church.
The Priscilla groun will mee Those members who were
nt the home of Mrs. C. B. Lyle, formally presented to the eongr«2
A meeting of the Grayson coun-
ty unit of the Texas State Teach-
ers' association, will be held at
the Sherman high school auditor-
ium January 4 at 8 p. m.. it was
annonced today by B. McDaniel,
president of the group.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
ALL IN 1 BIG SHOW! |
Temperatures in Denison
reached a new high of 60 degrees
Sunday afternoon for one of the
warmest New Years days on rec-
ord here. A low of 39 degrees
was registered this morning.
Forecasts are for partly cloudi-
ness and warm weather this af-
tenoon and Tuesday.
7?4 West Gandy. Mrs. C. B. Ab-
rahsimson is chairman of the
The MWnsh grotm of
which Mrs. M. Davis is ch-iirmm.1
and the Modern Marthas of whicii
Mrs. M. B. Mnrfsan is chairman
will meet in the churoh
fit inn Sunday were: elders—
I.eRoy Anderson, J. V. Conatser. ~ • ■ a ocb
t W. Dirkev Otha Odell. A. O. - £anners 2R"8,):2 B,0
Heavy calves fic to 7c
These prices were those being
Payne. L. W. Pike, R. O. Somon-
«in. C. L. iStandifer, William
Deacons—C. P. Abrahamson,
Tax on Honks Suggested
IHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. 2
(UP)—Among suggestions offer-
ed by taxpayers to meet Philadel-
phia's financial crisis were a
charge of "a dollar a honk" for
automobile horn blowers and a
$25 dog tax. The constituent
suggesting the dog tax admitted
offered on the local market at he had be-'n bitten recently by a
rire«s time t.eday. dog and m ght he nrejudiced.
Wrm WW** AW*
★ EDWARD ARNOLD
★ Maureen 0'SULLIVAN
★ WILLIAM GARGAN
★ JANE WYMAN
LAST TIMES TODAY
Take this Rose 'Bowl game of
today, for example. Everything:
points to a Southern California
victory over Duke. The Trojans
have more men, bigger men, fast-
er tmen, they are in far better
physical condition, and they will
have the advantage of playing in
their home territory before a
crowd that is for them—from
kickoff to final wihistle. |
Yet to save my life, I can't Ihelp
but pick Duke. The other day at
the annual "Kickoff" luncheon
given iby the Tournament of Roses
Committee, I was asked to step
up to the microphone and tell to
what I ain sure was a waiting
world, how I thought tihe game
would come out.
Five minutes before it was time
for me to mess up the ether 1
•was determined to pick 'Southern
California. For once in my life,
I said to myself, I will pick my-
self a winner. Then shortly be
fore my turn to walk down
the last mile to the microphone,
tihe 'band played Dixie. You know
—that "Way down yonder in the
land of cotton" business.
The band had not not hit more
than three notes before my de-
termination went right out of the
window and soared toward the dis-
tant hills. Two bars of Dixie and
all tihe proud share-cropping blood
in my ibody rose to the surface.
I could see my uncles plowinig be-
hind those mules in the soft river
bottoms. I could see my sisters
feeding those dominecker hens in
the backyard down in Georgia. I
could feel the soift "puff" of
Georgia clay (between my toes,
and I could hear the raucous bang
of the iron wagon wiheel that sum-
mons folks to dinner down at my
old family place on Tobacco Road.
Now, I'm no professional south-
erner. My accent is long gone,
and I roll my "R's" as sharply as
Sherman ever did. But somewhere
deep inside of me, tucked away,
perhaps, between a slice of sweet
potato pie and a mess of turnip
lireens. is a lof'o and feeling for
the old South that will never die.
When Duke goes into battle
in Year Loses
Third of Area
PRAGUE, Jan. 2 (UP)—The
year 1938 made Czechoslovakia
the vortex of a political whirl-
pool that threatened to drag an
entire continent to destruction.
The year saw armies march
across established boundaries, saw
war closer and human passions
more inflamed than at any time
since the World War.
A year that was scheduled joy
ously to mark the 20th anniver-
sary of the foundation of Czecho-
slovakia saw it deprived of one-
third its territory and 35 per cent
of the population. In the opinion
of many it also marked the end
of real independence.
Congressman Pays All
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. 2
(UP)—When the financial report
of Rep. "Michael J. Stack's cam-
paign committee was filed it
showed that the sole contributor "
to the "Keep-Stack-in-Congress"
committee was Michael J. Stack. |
The committee's income was $400 :
and its expenses $400.
Steam Auto Burns Oil
,*[ROOLV, Sask., Jan. 2 (UP)
—A. E. Carefoot, auto mechanic,
turned out something new in the j
wav of cars. He mounted a two-
cylinder steam engine _ on an old
chasis. The engine uses crude
oil for fuelj develops 40 horse-
power and can make the car tra-
vel up to 40 miles an hour.
Subscribe to the Iiattisos Pre«s
WAKE UP YOUR
WUWs! Calsasl—AW Ym'O Jbb? Oultf Mb
o Uc Msfiiaj Riria' k G*
The lira- should poor out two I un<Uof
ttoutd bile into your bowels dally. If this blls
b not flowini trasly, your food doesn t dl««st.
It lust decays In the bowels. Gss blosts u
four Btomach. You Bet cottBtipate®* Your
whole system Is poisoned and you feel sour,
sunk and the world looks punk.
A mere bowel movement doesn t *et al
the cause. It takes those good, old Carter's
Little Liter Pills to aet thes" two pounds
of bile flowing freely and make you feet
"up and up." Harmless, gentle, yet amaf
ing in making bile flow freely. Ask for
Carter's Little Liver PIIIb byname. 25 cents.
•: rpfillP wwvtMyc
Monty, how do you know
the lighthouse keeper still loves
his wayward son?
OVENWARE FOR THE LADIES
ON THE SCREEN
DICK ELLIOT COMEDY
HAL MURRY ACT
Look, Mr. Merlin,
he still puts
x: a light
1 in the window..
LIKE A LIGHTHOUSE, SNOW-WHITE Cleaner,
leads the way to quality cleaning... .. It's almost holi-
day time,_so don't forget to renovate your wardrobe!
16 Lb. Minimum — 49c
.Per additional lb. 3c
Clothes washed, starched
and dried; flat work iron-
ed. Per M>. 6c
Wearing clothes washed,
dried, starched and iron-
ed, lb. 18c, Flatwerk
weighed separately and
finished. tt>. Be.
Clothes washed and
dried, flat work ironed.
With any service adver-
tised here for only lOe
Quiltg and Blankets
Washed, 6 for $1.00. All
wool comforts and blankets
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 153, Ed. 1 Monday, January 2, 1939, newspaper, January 2, 1939; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327919/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.