The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1949 Page: 4 of 6
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THE DENISON PRESS, DENISON, TEXAS
—— If eueumuurr -/
This business of certain "I do's"
Covers a lot of territory. Take that
pertinent section about "in sickness
or in health". With my mouth wide
open and a dentist peering down-
ward, it occurred to me that one
"I doer" in the Stuart household
must be Retting weary of writing
checks to our teeth expert.
Between "ahhs" and a few "ows"
I managed to ask the man at work
why the dental profession hadn't
come up with something to do away
with tooth decay and help out fam-
ily budgets—to say nothing of ach-
"You can stop biting the drill
now," says he, "I'm finished. You
must be psy-
1 chic. I was just
going to tell
you about u
may be an an-
swer to your
There's a new
looks like the most promising ap-
proach to the prevention of tooth
decay yet found.
He proceeded to explain that only
a month or so ago a scientist pre-
sented a report before the Inter-
national Association for Dental Re-
search on the dramatic results
achieved with a new toothpaste
containing chlorophyll. Checking on
my high school chemistry I was
assured that chlorophyll was the
wonder-working substance that
gives grass and other green plants
their color and upon which all liv-
ing things depend. Chloresium is
the name given to the natural green
paste and, sifting out the scientific
jargon, it does three main jobs with
only two brushings a day. First, it
lowers the acid bacteria count in
the mouth more effectively than
any other known substance. Second*'
it also acts to prevent breakdown \
of protein parts of tooth enamel.
The third and most quickly appar-
ent achievement of the green paste
is the ability to completely deodor-
ize the mouth. Unlike ottier pules
or i powders which me£ely"«m>sk
dors with strong, biting flavors,
-Vn w dentifrice acttjglly dssjjlfoys
ensive odors arid retard*?'
rtWjrn, a.; -i v
'HDmOil* too?" I asked coi
.. finitely. Onions tob. Nc,
[of my office. Thfert are toofl
Six Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong
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09 6S 69
When you find you haven't any
meat on hand and want to ensure
the family getting enough energy
food, serve a main dish of Potato,
Lima Bean and Nut Casserole which
contains plenty of protein value.
Cook until tender In small amount
boiling, salted water % cup diced
celery. Drain liquid. Add % cup
chopped nuts, lxk cups mashed po-
tatoes, 8 tbsps. fat, 1 beaten egg,
I tsp. salt, % tsp. paprika, 2 tups,
grated onion. Mix well. Add i'/j cups
green lima beans. Mix together
lightly. Put In greased casserole
dish. Bake In gas oven at 350°F.
35 mins. .Serve with tomato sauce
or relish. Serves 6.
• • *
Brush the roast with a commer-
cial gravy extract before putting
Into the oven to give it a crisp
brown crust. The drippings make
very good gravy.
* * *
If, after cooking, the broiler pan
of your gas range is greasy, pour in
hot water, sprinkle with detergent
as soon as food is taken out. By the
time the meal Is over, all you'll have
to do-Is rinse and dry it.
* * *
Simple way to polish silver: Drop
It In a pan of sour milk, leave for
half an hour, remove, scald and
wipe. The silver will be shining
Now is a very good time of vear
to clean out the flue of your auto-
matic gas water heater for maxi-
• * •
To flavor plcnie meat sandwiches,
add grated onion to softened butter
: I ' W
Windsor is the name of the rul-
ing house of England.
Luxemburg is a grand duchy
lying between France, Belgium
The gifts of six million Frenchmen to the United States in grati-
tude for the aid Americans have given France were included in the
"Merci Train" which recently arrived in the United States. Here is
one of the famed old World War I French freight cars, remembered
by the Doughboys of a generation ago, resting on a Fruehauf carryall
trailer, as it was presented to the state of Rhode Island loaded with
gifts. The symbols of all French provinces are exhibited on both sides
of the old car which gave the American Legion the name of its com-
panion organization—The Forty And Eight.
Working with pew materials, the old time physician
gave valiant service to the health or his community.
The physician of topay has the support op the great
pharmaceutical industry that has standardized the
products which he prescribes-and has carried new drugs
prom the medical laboratory into mass production.
A3 a result op the availability and extensive use of penicillin,
the sulfas and other drugs, death rates incident to
childbirth, pneumonia and appendicitis have in the last
10 years, been reduced at least 60%.
We Will Be Closed All Day
GET YOUR FALL CLEANING, NOW!
Now is the time to have your fall clothes cleaned
and pressed by our experts, so that you'll look your
best the, moment the season arrives! To cut your
cleaning bills, take advantage of our service.
For All Your
Rely on our diversified serv-
ices. We give special atten-
tion tot the fine garments.
Try our service- when yoii
need your things returned
extra fast. For satisfaction
always call 716.
SNOW - WHITE
CLEANERS e DYERS e LAUNDERERS
COMPLIMENTS TO OUR
WORKERS ON THIS
LABOR DAY SEPT. 5th, 1949
Denison Federal Savings & Loan Association
119 So. Burnett Ave.
MONDAY, SEPT, 5th
Labor Day originally was set 4iside for the purpose
of paying tribute to the working man of Amei-ica.
Today we owe a real vote of gratitude to all
workers, whether on the farm, the mill, railroad,
factory, store or office. We are all "workers togeth-
We Will be Closed all
Day Labor Day,
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327 West Main
Denison delights to pay
the tribute deserved to
our working forces who
keep the city going and
who add so much to the
general welfare of our community.
In all public affairs which are for the good of our
town, the workers are always to be found doing
their full part.
BOTH OF OUR
STORES WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY SEPT. 5th
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1M*
WHAT'S THE TEMPERATURE?
By Maria Caterine
When water Is tepid, It can also be cooling, particularly when It's
In a tub and you're In It of a hot summer's day, especially lu women
who're active, as Is Hetty Wragge
In her roles on the Wednesday eve-
ning MIIS "Scattergood Haines"
dramatizations. To some folks the
bath la Just a part of everyday
routine, but It can be much more
than that in engendering really
A formula for keeping cool dur-
ing the kind of weather that calls
for such treatment, and one favored
by the versatile act rev. 9. is that of
ttrst drawing the curtains or blinds
in the bath room so that you have
a visual sense of coolness. Then
run tt tub full of water slightly
cooler than your own body. Don't
be tempted to use cold water for It
has a too stimulating, and therefore
a heating, effect. Since bath luxu-
ries, such as fragrant crystals, are
delightful aids to summer groom-
ing. you might soften tho bath water
with such toiletries If you so desire.
Rest In the water as long as you
can or until you are completely re-
Adding starch to the bath water
Is a helpful soothing agent for
prickly heat or patches of heat
rash. After bathing In the solution
and having patted yourself dry ap-
ply plain vinegar or witch hazel
over the Irritated areas. However
at other times, be sure those areas
are kept dry and free of pressure.
The girl with a nine-to-five sched-
ule can Insure a crisp, fresh look by
washing the face, arms" and hands
Bevoriil times during the day. The
Keep Cool Now
use of a little cologne after the
washings on the back of your neck.
Inside your elbows and along tho
hairline will help make you look
and feel cool. Above all, avoid
heavy perfumes and fussy clothes
during office hours.
Sent to Ice House
To Prevent Melting
The Press will know what to do
the next time the rollers -on the
cylinder press get too hot for con-
tinuing long runs. Recently the
Prpss had several runs each of
something over 20,000. A continu-
ous run of that kind in warm wea-
ther with rollers made for fall
service will soon get things past
the good printing point. A blow-
er fan could not do the job, so
the press had to be shut down for
a spell to cool off. rfere's how a
paper did the joh of cooling off
the rollers on a long run made in
Franklin, Va., as told in the cur-
rent issue of the Publishers' Auxil-
FRANKLIN, Va. — Tho show
must go on—likewise the paper
must come out.
So thought W. R. Atkinson, bus-
iness manager of the Tidewater
News in this progressive paper-
muking, peanuts- and „cotton-pro-
ducing town of 5,000 population
adjoining the North Carolina bor-
Heavily laden with clearance
sale ads and political appeals from
the four gubernatorial candidates
mnking their last siund prior to
their August primary, the paper
was in danger of non-appearance.
Rollers had melted in the midst
of a 50.000 job run on the old
standby Babcock press.
When spares showed signs of
weakening after the first runs on
the newspaper, Atkinson decided
on a cooling-off period for both
the rollers and the press crew.
All were dispatched to the stor-
age room of a modern ice plant
here, where, amid 4,000 cakes of
crystal ice and a similavnumber of
watermelons, the experiment be-
Five minutes wtre enough for
the pressman and helper, but the-
rollers were allowed one-half hour
of gradual chilling. They were
then returned to the press for an
When the ink began to dim
again as the rollers softened, the
process was repeated.
Due to an intense heat wave that
hnd prevailed here for two weeks,
trouble had been anticipated. In
addition to arrangements for the
cooling procedure at the ice plant,
the shop crew started its operation
during the dawn hours of press
To prevent frayed ends on rugs,
ptitch acttoss each end on the sew-
ing machine; the stitching will not
Tierra del Fuego is a large is-
land south of the Straits of Magel-
For more than a third of a century Denison
has paused on Labor Day to observe the fine
relation existing between organized labor
and the rest of the people. Again we take
time out and close our business places and
join in a celebration of the event.
Mo-ndat^, Sept. 5
STORE WILL BE OPEN TIL NOON
ON LABOR DAY
KINGSTON DRUG STORE
MRS. C. D. KINGSTON—
—CHAS. H. HARRIS
Pleabe £><xjouA& Ifo
During the time that our remodeling program is in
progress, our customers may be inconvenienced to
some extent. We are going to do our best to carry
on business as usual, so please bear with us while
our lobby is so badly torn up. When the work is
finished, we will have a more pleasant and attrac-
tive place for you to transact your banking business.
In the meantime,
PleaA-e CtxeuAe. fyi.
WE WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1949, newspaper, September 2, 1949; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth328936/m1/4/: accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.