The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 100, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 16, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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SATURDAY, OCT. 1(3,
THE DtiNlSON PRESS
i The evening service will begin
at 7:30. The pastor will speak
onn ‘Man Like a Mountain.”
Of Garden Club
The October meeting of the
Denison Garden club will be held
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the
home of Mrs. P. G. Gill, 915 W.
'Bond street. Mrs. J. E. Meador
will preside and asks every mem-
ber to be present.
Mrs. Frank Kent will speak
on "Iris Parade in all its Splen-
dor.” Mrs. Lute Loy will give
a fine arts number.
Hostesses will be 'Mesdames A.
L. Ford, S. H. First, Hugh Ander-
son, Burke Thomason, C. N. Ad-
rian, John Hopkins, J. M. Co|,
C. E. McCoy, Wylie McDonald
W. G. Stearns, E. W. Evans,
George Luckie, J. A. Johnson and
Mis3 Nan Adrian.
CHURCH TO MEET
i The Women’s circles of Presby-
terian church will meet Monday
at the following places:
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. H.
Backers, 926 W. Morton, at 2:30;
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. S'. V. Earn-
est, 618 W. Owing, at 2:30; Or
cle No. 3 with Miss Jennie Jack-
son, 601 W. Gandy street, covered
dish luncheon at 1 o’clock; Circle
No. 4 with Mrs. C. M. Hotch
14 to 18.
Education” is the
| The national congress president,
I Mrs. J. K. Pettengil, and four
| national chairmen, Miss Marian
1 Telford, safety; Miss Evelyn East-
man, mental hygiene; B. D. Dar-
row, radio and Dr. Joseph M. Art-
man, character elucation, head-
! line the program. Development
1 of the convention theme will cen-
| ter in two main addresses, one
I by Dr. Al tman and in two panels,
an adult panel led by Mrs. Pet-
tengill on Social Safeguards of
Youht and a panel in which youth
will make its answer, led by Miss
Mrs. M. A. Taylor of Bonham,
Texas Congress president, wi'l
preside at the general sessions
and at the Hawaiian banquet at
Fair Park, which will be open to
all registered visitors and dele-
Church school, 9:45. J. S. Kim-
ble, general superintendent.
The installation of the board
of stewards will be held at the
worship service at 10:50, when
the pastor will speak on ‘‘Stew-
ards of the Manifold Grace of
God.” Anthem “Comes at Times
a Stillness.” Solo: “Some One
Has Prayed,” Mrs. Jack Turner,
violin O-bligato, Neilan Bemis.
Young people’s service 7:00 p.
m. Topic, “A Daniel of 1937."
Leader, Ear] Young, Jr.
Evening worship service, 7:30.
Sermon topic “Our Dues to Him.’
Anthem, “Come Unto Me,” Mrs.
Wm. Mitchell, soloist.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship at 10:50, Rev.
■S. L. Terry speaking on “The Call
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
with Mrs. J. G. I-ayton in charge.
Morning worship service at 11
o'cofck, sermon, “The Unspeakable
Gift.” Evening service 7:30,
sermon “Windows of Life.”
Midweek service Wednesday ev-
ening at 7:30 o’clock.
At the morning service Rev. L.
R. L. Lamb will use as his sub-
ject “What the Grace of God
Does for Us.” Sunday school is
called for 9:45 and BTU at 6:30.
The church will observe Home
Mission month with a pageant
Sunday night at 7:30.
Hither And Yon
Near the People’s Square in
The choir will offer Rome is the stupenduous Monu-
the anthem “Seek Ye the Lord.”
Junior Bible hour at 4:15.
CALVARY CHURCH WILL
CELEBRATE MONTH QF
HOME MISSION SUNDAY
Calvary Batpist church will
observe Home Mission month
Sunday with a missionary pageant
Sunday evening in full costume.
The hour of 7:30 will be ob-
served ad the event will De
kiss, 516 W. Munson street, cover- ! in tho main auditorium.
Young Peoples’ Christian En-
deavor at 6:15.
Evening servee at
ment Bictor Emanuel and Tomb
of the unknown soldier, recently
I completed. This shrine cost 80
million dollars to erect. A single
The golden horse in the statuary group
pastor will have for his sermon js s0 large that twenty journalists
at Every Christian Should celebrated a full-evening’s ban-
quet within the torso of one of
them before it was raised to its
position atop the statue. All of
ed dish luncheon at 1 o’clock;
Circle No. 5 with Mrs. S. L. Ter-
ry, 408 W. Gandy street, at 2:"0
Mid-week Service at 7:30 Wed-
nesday evening. Rev. Terry wid
have for his subject “W’hat Pres-
byterians Believe Abobut The
Choir practice at 7:15 Thursday
evning. All members are urged to
Music will be furnished by the
orchestra and the program is to
be in charge of the Woman's
Rev. L. R- Lamb will preside
and public attendance is cordially
St. Luke's Episcapol
Services for 21st Sunday after
Trinity, October 17: T.JO a. m.,
holy comunion; 9.45 a. m., junior
church and church school; 10 a.
m., adult Bible class; 11 a. m.,
shortened morning prayer, litany
St. Luke’s Day, Monday, Oetob-
surbulent waters of the Tiber, at
the old city’s edge. Now, even
American slang has its imprint
here, on the part of youthful post
card vendors, who, tho possibly-
they know no other English, are
very adept at the phrase “two-
bits” whether or not one looks like
an interested prospect. En route
to seeing the next sight, we pass
by the home of John Keats of
Keats and Shelly—then the foun-'
tain of Agrippa. Rome has nearly
as many fountains ns she has
churches. This particular one is
famous since it contains the best
drinking water in all Rome, how-
ever the pure wa'er question is
never a serious worry here as in
the Orient, and its abundance un-
ceasing. There are hundreds of
continuous crystal springs in the
many hills of Rome, hence the
many beautiful fountains with the
equally beau* iful Virgin water.
Commencing our check on a few
of the many churches we find the
Santa Maria del l’opi|la to be'built
upon the site of the Tomb of Ne-
ro. The present Stock Exchange
was once on old pagan temple—•
•he Temple of Neptune, erected
DENISON 62 YEARS AGO—
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fined him to his bed. Thursday
afternoon his little four-year-old
daughter went out of the tent and
In Crosby Film
At The Rialto
Three new hit tunes by Arthur
Johnson and John Burke, creators
of the hit “Pennies From Heav-
en,” are included in the impres-
sive list of now music expressly
written for the Bing Crosby com-
edy "Double or Nothing,” which
opens Sunday at the Rialto thea-
tre. All threo are sung by Cros-
by and one is “played” by the
“Sing Band,” an aggregation of
boys and girls who imitate musical
instruments so closely that it is
Impossible tto tell their iriusie
from molody suppied by a dance
The new Johnston and Burke
numbers are “The Moon Got in
My Eyes,” “All You Want to Do
is Dance,” and "It’s the Natural
Thing to Do.” Some of these
have already been heard over the
radio and have been widely
The list also includes two num-
bers written- for 'Martha Raye,
who is costarred with Crosby h
low and A1 Siegal and “Listen My
(Children and You Shall Hoar,1'
by Ralph Freed and Burton Lane.
This music is described as typical
of the molody made famous by
Miss Raye and which made her
The “Sing Band” also plays a
new hit by Coslow and Siegel en-
titled “After You.” In this case
the same as it would b'e had it
been prepared for an orchstra.
Crosby and the “Sing Band” al-
so sing the new “Smarty,” which
“Double or Nothing.” These are was written for “Double or Notll-
“It’s On—It’s Off,” by Sam Cos- ing” by Freed and Lane.
the area of this section of the newj sat down on a log near the fire
city occupies was but a marsh in j to play, but was only there a few
the days of Caesar, flooded by the1 minutes when her dress caught applying at fire station.
fire and before assistance could
be rendered she was so badly
burned that death resulted in a
few hours. The li'tle unfortunate
was laid to rest in Oakwood cem-
etery the next morning.
October 16, 1902
An electrical conceling and dat-
ing machine has bee set up and
put to work in the postoffice. All
icoming and outgoing mail will
be run through this machine and
the old system of dating and can-
ce'ing with a hand stamp entirely
done away with. The machine is
operated by an electric motor
and is a decided improvement
over the old system.
A lady’s brown coat belt brown
buckle. Owner may have same by
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The elementary teachers group,
recently organized, has announced
appointment of the following
committees, according to Miss
Ruby Haggard, president.
I Executive and hospitality, Mk~
es Haggard, Emily Mitchell, Fran-
ceh Herzinger, Dorothy Stee',!
Corrine Harper, Blanche Moase
and Margaret Clark; auditing—
Bess Coppin, Ciaudine Lipscomb,
and Isabel Brunson; legisative—
Jennie Watson, Johnnie Beck,
Lola Teas, Beth Ownby and Edna
• Finance—Rachel Wiest, Doro-
thy Trammell, Evelyn McCoy,
Alice Wilson a^d Mabel Vinnedg -;
social—Lola Mae Hensley, Isabel
Brunson, Carra Tarpley, Fae In-
gram, Eunice Allen, Julia Hayes,
Margaret Newton, Lillian Poison;
welfare—Margaret Miler, Grace
Hastings, Sally Roy, Eunice
Wiest, Ludie Herd and Eleanor
JACK COX ELECTED
CLASS DENTON COLLEGE
Jack Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. G. Cox, 1014 West Sears
street, was elected president of
the Frsehman class at North
Texas State Teachers College,
Denton, it has been announced.
Jack is very popular among the
students and received the posi-
tion through his activities in var-
ious organizations and studiou;
nature. He was reared in Deni
FRED WARING in
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Bible school at 9:45. The adults
will study a lesson on Christian
speech and conduct.
Morning worship at 10:45. Spec-
ird music, vocal duet by Mrs. Ben
F. Hearn and Evan Wood.
The permon. “God’s Compliment
The young people’s lesson at
6:30 will be "India on the March”
anj will be lead by Gcorgene
Mrs. Bessie Wyohe of Sherman,
district deputy, was a guest at
the Friday night meeting of My -
tie Leaf Camp No. 4678, Rova' -
Neighbors of America. Mrs. Ef-
fie Strohm, oracle, was in her
Mrs. Wyohe read a letter from
Mrs. Eva Huskey of Greenville
concerning the district convention
in that city during November.
Miss Genevieve Sweeney, district
secretary-treasurer, also read a let
ter of notification about the meet-
Mrs. Wyche later directed the
'drill team for which Miss Sween-
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