The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 225, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 18, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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TUfeSDAY, MAR 18. 194J
THE DENK30N PRESS
"THAT LITTLE GAME" — Ye-Ah! All Red. But-
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FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT
R. S. SLAGLT3, JR., JUDGE
New Suiti Filed
Annie McClure et vir vb. Mag-
J. E. MEADOR. DDS.
First Door North Security Bldg.
110 N. BURNETT
SAVE ON YOUR
Rent a locker today
DEN I SON FROZEN
Ill IS. Fannin Phone 846 ij
nolia Petroleum company, et al,
Lovie Adama vs. John Adam*,
Coralie 'Davenport ve. Pear
Mary Ellen Smith vs. Al Pmith
FIFTY-NINTH DIST COURT
POM SUGGS, JUDGE
David Phares vs. Isaibel Pliares
make this simple tes
Curtis Manasco, 21, and Billic
Marie Vaughan, 18, Celina.
Charles R. McNeely, 28, an''
Lois Senter, 23, Denison.
J. T. Blankensip, Jr., 20, an'
Evelyn Harris, 24, Commerce.
eyes overworked? Do they smart
and burn? Murine brings quick relief.
Try two drops of Murine night and
morning and whenever your Eyes are
irritated and reddened or feel tired.
Murine is alkaline—pure and gentle,
economical, too. Try Murine today.
'SOOTHES . CLEANSES•REFRESHES
| Automobile Registrations
M. B. Bryant, Sherman, Buiol
Interstate Cotton Oil 'Refinitif
company, Sherman, Chevrolet *•
T. H. Hogle, Sherman, Mercur-
W. G. Cook, Sherman, Chavro
Earl [Henry, Wooei'ville, Oltla
Calvert C. Allen, Sherman,
D. W. Campbell
DAN DUNN - SECRET OPERATIVE 48
THI<5 l<5 A GOOD PLACE
TO WATCH WU FANGS
ah, there are. the
two scoundrels now /
mope these boxes
don't slip / jl*.
you ^jEE, MR.
FAG AN, I TEST
DOORS OFTEN SO
THEY ARE ALWAYS
READY FOR USE.
WHF.N YOU PRESS
THAT NAIL, WU
WHEN I PRESS THE NAIL
THE WALL OPENS AND
YOU SEE A TUNNEL-
IS THIS DOOR
MADE THAT THE
POLICE COULD NEVER
■m DISCOVER IT /
HEH,' Wi£H. YOU
HAVE TOO MUCH
NOISE IS CAUSED
A NOISE IN
store ROOM ?
I THOUGHT I
TK' SHELLS FOR. -
By Cy Hungerford
Ya wont have
To scratch when
Va go To Sleep
on This .stuff —
ITS A GREAT LIFE IF YOU DON'T WEAKEN "
r5y jack Rabbit
WH&T 00 Y00
IT'S & fiBMT
PAPA A MAN WANTS
SEC YOU , SAYS
Sailor's Nerve and Quick Action
Prevent Night Tragedy at Sea
Fogbound Schoonor In Path
Of Freighter Escapes Crash
Quick thinking and almost as
quick action by W. E. Nace, of
Tampa, itTtd the schooner St.
Nlckolaa of that city and her en-
tire crew of seven about twenty
miles off Tortugaa Light, Florida.
Fog shut down so densely that
the St. Nlckolaa dropped anchor
at eight-thirty in the evening, pre-
sumably well out of the steamship
lane. An hour later, a fog whistle
was heard. The schooner replied
with her born and whistle, uut the
unseen craft came rapidly nearer.
It seemed to be bearing straight
down on the St. Nlckolas despite
her frantic warning blasts.
Nace decided to take no chances.
He passed out life preservers and
assembled the crew near the stern.
There they could jump, if a crash
came, with a better chance of avoid-
ing the ship's propeller. Meanwhile
the St. Nickolas redoubled her
rlarms with fog horn, whistle, and
|>ell, the men adding to the din bgr
Nace grabbed a flashlight and
fan forward just as the light of the
incoming craft appeared dimly in
the fog. He trained his beam direct-
ly on the steamer, then turned it
backward so that it Illuminated the
■-St. Nickolas' riding sail.
The ship continued to come
■ftUaigltt qu. Then her red. green
W. E. Nace
and white running lights seemed 11
swing a little. They swung off stlii
more, until the green light disap>
peared. Soon only the port light
was visible. And then the ship'i
hull, breaking out of the fog llk«'
a giant moving wall, towered over
the schooner. It cut by the St,
Nickolas with whistles sounding,'
and a roar of threshing propellers.*
"She was within thirty feet ofi
us," Nace said, "but the flashlight*'
loaded with fresh batteries that!
shot a beam like a bullet, did th<>
job. At that, it was the closest call
we ever had, or will have, I hope.1
The St. Nickolas reached Tampl
on schedule, navigated by sevef
men who still jump at the sound d
a fog whistle. At any rate, they a,
not likely to sleep again anchor<!
anywhere near sMonlns lajiea.
States' of America, 2d 9.91 acres
in the Jefferson Ivey survey, $1,
550, March 4, 1941.
Denison Federal Savings and
Loan association to Travis
Moore, 72.6 by 102 feet in th>
Asa Hartsfield survey, $'J0O:
March 1, 1941.
Alvin W. Woods et ux to E. H.
Smathers et ux, lots 3 and
block 1, Terminal center addition
to Denison, March 12, 1941.
J. Lyman Davis et ux to Jamtt
A. Brown, 63.15 by 147.8 feet ii.
block 5, Hare ard Randolph aadi
tion to S'herman, $4,000, Marc:
Minnie Mae Handy et al to
Fred A. Ryle, 78 iby 150 feet in
lots 4 and 6, block 3, R. A.
Kings addition to Sherman, $2,-
550, March 10, 1941.
When you take Smith Brothers Cough Drops,
you get Vitamin A at no extra cost. Smith
Brothers—Black or Menthol—still cost only SI.
Smith Bros. Cough Drops are the
only drops containing VITAMIN A
Vitamin A (Carotene) raises the resistance of
mucous membranes of nose and throat to
cold infections, when lack of resist- tr
ante is due to Vitamin A deficiency. /'
The Worst Is Yet To Com*"
MINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
By GENE BYRNES
By Charles McManus
WHY To OPff'
u<5 OF NATURE
~>A AT IT r ✓ "fOU WHY-
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THERES THE ANSwERE
AND THE V/ORLD IS
FULL OP 'EM
'H THC MOST
THE WORLD* \ H<WC
THREE HONDREO DOLLAW
-TO LEND AND NOBOOV
WILL BORROW IT
FROM ME I
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 225, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 18, 1941, newspaper, March 18, 1941; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth328186/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.