The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 80, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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GRAYSON PIONEER IS
HONORED AT BIRTHDAY
DINNER IN WHITESBORO
A Movie Fan
Sequel To All Quiet
“Confession”-— Original screen
play by Hans Edmund. Directed
by Joe May and released by War
The cast—Kay Francis, Basil
Rathbone, lan Hunter, Jane Bry
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B
'WHITESBOM) J. a Mm>, '
* resident of Grayson cfounty some K. Stephens, pediatrician of the
*>3 years, was complimented with stout ciinic in Sherniai,. The
a dinner Wednesday in celebra- nuptials were said Tuesday in the
tion oi hia eighty-second birth- Los Angeles Episcopal church. an, Mary Maguire, Dorothy Peter
ay anniversary, at the home of The bride was born and reared ion, Laura Hope Crews, Donald
is daug er, Mrs. Joe Harris, in Sherman, graduating from the Cri.p and Robert Barratt.
w ere e is lesiding at present- high school and attending Austin I
Mr Harri' and his mother, Mrs. c„’lege. Mr. Wilbanks re . ) Tears flowed freely at the Rial
% di , nS wm member# of his medical degree from the Uni- to Wednesday when the closing
""K' party’ versity of Arkansas and complet , sequence of “Confession” demon
'' • 0\,i°1 W<lS b°ln SCPt' 21' ed the internship at St- Mary’s > strated a mother’s love and the
I8f»5, in Alabama. Ho came to hospital in St. Louis, ’Mo. He has lengths she will go in order to
n ,a? m 'S pa*c"ts in 18' a number of friends in this city. ' shield her child frpm any degrad-
oca ei mai els and has The couple is on a wedding trio ring influence. This picture will
L* ‘n 'ayS“n c°,l’nty sinf •• m Little Rock, Ark. to visit his - appeal to that audience which en-
i is maUle^ t0 ^iss parents and will live in Sherman joys a good tear-jerker.
12 zz",w ott- . i , - «•» —
Years «-o , ------ wielded a free hand and the ac
T, . STATE CONVENTIONS ' tors are very capable although
Bantist eh, r h 8 , m tht> °F TW° L0DGES W,LL I ,hey ari; “P a^ainst a tough prop-
aptist church, a democrat, en-, BE HELD IN DENISON losition in the form of a picture
voted to engage six men to operate
their fire truck, £ut voted down
a proposition to buy the truck.
Wonder what ever happened about
to Toronto. Tilings got mixed
up and the boomerang would up
and "back to Austra ia. No boom-
1 Things like that just don’t seem
possible. Neither, for that matter,
would you believe that man could
stand on Broadway and offer to
erang ever boomeranged so far.
But most of all, what ever hap-
pened to the couple who won the
world’s kissing championship at
Coney Island four years ago? That
kiss lasted three hours and two
Nowspa per’ iX*£nJSS,!ii
he interesting to try to sell a I -________
- , - w—..vv.i.n, Cll-
joys reading and his favorite sport | Plans are going forward for
°h 1 ."u aSj b,ali' | two important state- conventions
He takes daily walks to town jn Denison next month. The
and when interviewd in regard Grand encampment of Odd Fel-
is ac lvities, he remarked, “I lows, the department council and <
am able to 3o more than 1 can their auxiliary will meet in this
fmd to do around my home her. city Oct- 10 and 11. Local com-
" ®wn’ 1 was raised >'a the mittee in charge includes Dr. B.
country where there is always R. Busby, L. B. Wideman, W. E
° MC "n ,t0 <l0 ' Hon-sley and F. K- Lawhon. L. W-
Mr. Dodson has resided in Mercer of Austin, grand patri-
i (s >oro five years. He has arch, will preside over men and
f.ve daughters. Mrs. G. A. Ken- Mrs. Fiances Hunch of Fort
ny of Gordonvile. Mrs. R. E. Worth will lead the women.
Stone of Sherman, Mrs. T. E ; The other conclave is Brother-
lu r'n n MrS' L’ A> EI* ,'ood «* Railway Trainmen and
hott of Dallas, and Mrs. Harris; Ladies auxiliary, at Hotel Deni-
andjhree sons, W. C. Dodson, C son Oct 5 and 8 General com-
mittees for men and women arr
F. R Bryan, C. N. Mitchell, II.
L. Smyers, Mrs. Mary Melton,
'Mrs. Gertie Worsham and Mrs.
Iris Phillips. More than COO dele-
gates are expected to attend.
C. Dodson and J. D. Dodson, a'l
MARRIAGE IN CALIF.
REVEALED TO FRIENDS
A number of Denison friend*
have received word of the mar
riage of Miss Mary Gail Wilbanks, f’RINC,PAL OFFICERS
\_ FOR DeMOLAY ORDER
TO BE ELECTED SOON
l hat starts off with a bang, slows
up as it rounds the corner and
almost dies a natural death before
the final curtain. It is not a had
picture in its genre, there is jud
too much emotion for one hour.
Kay Francis is numbered
among our favorite actresses and
it will be a loss to Hollywood if
she is discounted because of sec-
ond rate productions. One verv
good performance comes out of
this. As Miss Francis’ daughter,
Jane Bryan is very convincing
and should be on the way to star-
It was nothing less than in-
spiration to cast Basil Rathbone
as the despisable and morally cor-
rupt musician. Here is a real ar-
tist. Brief scenes of Ian Hunter
“Confession” is about the hap-
pily married woman (Miss Fran-
cis) who Joses her child and be
Barbara Reed, Slim Summerville, John King and Richard Cromwell
few twenties at a discount. At
tirst, the bills were offered at
?'5 each, and everybody guffawed.
Gradually they lowered the ask-
ing price until they were pleading
with passerby to buy the bills fo,
live cents. But New Yorkers are
too smart. There must be a catch
in it. Not a single $20 bill was
Animals' are generally surf ire
new topics. There was the man
who sold homing pigeons. Th;.
trouble was that after he soid
l though r
Nor ANY -
. VHANKf fo
■“ vuai alter no soul Over-Indulgence In food, drink,
them they had a habit of flvinc- or to,:iacco frequently brings on
Of course it e . , j ,in nv®r-acld condition In the nto-
- couldn t be helped.: ""eh, dm on stomach, headache.
Hour stomach, colds, and muscular
jmlnH, To got rid of the discomfort
1f . ......... * neipe i.; . — — ......
a pigeon gets postalgia, that't! *°^r *t®maeli, and muscular
Burnett avenue and prompt ly at oi Mays Landing, N. Y., won any
19 ______. . ,. . I
* • v a x • a <, nun cm j
12 o clock debouched on Main'more rolling pin contests lately?
Kiid correct the acid condition, take
ALKA - SELTZER
street going west to Armstrong.1 Are the codfish up Cape Berton
At the head of the procession was' way swigging around with any , 0f the hoe
,Ch‘*f Fu® Department V. lor instance, js a man like Dr. It lSTi| R TODAY
car- F. Kuehrich, who came over l'ro I ^
’And Frank Favora caught -
mackerel with a rubber band
around if-s middle; trying to ro~
duce? Who can tell?
Almost incredible was the cause
"1 the boomerange that was sent j Your druggist «<•!! Uka-Seltrer by
Allra-Hclf*rr ccnlnlns Sodium Ace-
tyl-fiallcvlu^o (am Nnnlgreslc) in com-^
bins*Ion with • .-ectHblo nnd mineral
________ TRY m.
After more than three month
of suffering from a nrrvous ail-
ment, Miss Glivar used Dr. Mil.,
Nervine wtiich gave her auel
splendid results that aha wrote
us an enthusiastic letter.
If you luffer from "Nervi*
If you lit awake nightt,
start at sudden noises, firj
easily, are cranky, blue end
fidgety, your nerve» ere
probably out of order.
•Juiet and relax them with the
same medicine that "did the
work” for this Colorado glrL
Whether your “NarW have
troubled you for hours or fov
years, you’ll' find thla tfano-
te-sted remedy effective.
At Drug Stores 25c and tl.OO.
! *he d rink and li> lh,- package.
L. Morefield, ridimr in his
riage, which was tastefully decor- England in 11)27 to veil raze-
uted, followed by the chemical en- blades? Nothing unusual about
gine and two hone carts ado dec-, selling razor blades, true; hut .
orated with red, whi e and blue 'seemed unusual considering tint
bunting 1 ......
j —- — - — Down California way a fellow
Moved husband after one night of claims skunks are not bad, folks
(continued from page one)
needle in a haystack.
Fought in 3 Minuter
By dissolving and remevi
BlUffm that causes .stran-'i
Asthma attacks, the c
Mend a <
----‘ **•5***' V* Vittiiiio ivuun.fi arc nut »a<l
i • •2 tinkenness in the apartment of 1 just don’t understand ’em. Ob-
Basil Rathbone. She sinks low- viously the speaker husn’t one bit
er and lower and as the years of scents.
Plans for the election of theL t. .l ----- ,c“'
“I go by the thought of her child be
■» Bok«, no dopci. i . . u
---kly Ustelrss. Staru -. : : i;
Oletp soundly tonight. Sr.. :i ,■
'ounger, stronger, and .-.,t oi
[ three principil officers, October’ - . ...........-
j Dr. Kuehrich had a beautiful long
f heard and had never shaved in his
That was the same year that
Samuel Schaer, delicatessen clerk
in the Bronx, routed the robbers
a la Mack Sennett, with custard
pies slap-bang in their faces.
John Sheridan was working in
the kitchens of the old Waldorf- j
Astoria then, anil was lamenting-
the lot of an oyster opener. |
“I’ve opened about 25,000,01)0
JANE WYMAH and
Wm. HOOPER in
I’ETE SMITH a|nd
YACHT CLUB BOYS
H KIDS—Caslor Oil!
By Ad CariW
Pleasi. non ! - MonEtr
TER COnPMESS THEY Ain’t
NOTHIN' THE MATTER WrTH
ME- I FEEL BETTER’N
I EVER DID MOM - PLEASE!
NOW OSUAID-DCNT BE A
BABY’ - DO YOU WANT TO
QiET PMEUnONlA AND DIE"
NOW iONNY SEE WHAT-
A LITHE MAN YOU CAN BE*
By dissolving and removing mu n or ----*---•»
_ SfidTSI ^ ' 11 pres Older of DeMolay, announcement
Mendaco removes tiie < » r . ‘ made.
I Ians were also made to reor-
the initiatory degrec team
1 Ti: ’’a, nt‘xt Wedne*day’»
fkip (ninrortea I tVn oni
presided and refreshments were
order Mt ndaco for j
day. The fuara .i.e j
COLD JliND Th^n iaughj
Two candidates arc to be initiated
in the order in the near future !
and will be feted with a banquet
in their honor.
Kay Shone, senior councillor,
presided in the absence of James
Hogg, master councillor.
served to seventy members and
meeting, f gUests.
Football fans can get just about ^----------
anything they ask for this week in in 37 years,” said Sheri-
this area. They can at* end
Denison-Ada game at Ada,
dan sadly, “and never found a
single good pearl.”
Sherman-Greenvilie game at Sher-j Yet about the same time Sheri-
man or McKineny-Sunset game( dan was taking inventory of his
at Dallas, all payed Friday night, non-assets a fisherman up at Cape
A number will see the McKinneyl Breton was hauling a codfish
game to get a line on what to that had a $6,000 bracelet in its
Mr. and Mrs. Caude Woods andj expect from the Lions who meet innards.
1 Eight years ago men were
can become peppy
this easy way
«hej will Invite you to dance, and partli,.
ate Croat and 11 fel. , and alivot.
^ ««* «»"
IWm'V in’'V,KHAM '* '■KIF.TAm i < OM-
TOIJM) ,K |p, KiBt. you pj-i, «IU| enugv, For
»«*M. . ..
-----------women hiiv- hn-n
u, - H"’"'1'-°ld medicine to p, ,. ti,«m
' “ , “I»,P » "■ •H-m ............... ,gv. ,
apatkle Notl.c- tl,e [!hl, and won.e, jh“u
f’fl *1".’ yr“’' “trli an.
ftimoiiv old ip
• a . CO
^rkle. Notlii- the aids urn
you who are full of pep. Ask them wiiMt make*
attending a family reunion re-
cently in Durant at the home of
Mr. and Mrs- Clyde Morrison.
them mil filve t|„, , „
HAM S VIGFTAUI
chidren, Phillip and Lois, have the Jackets next week at McKin-1 Eight years ago men
returned to their home here after ney. | spending $1,050,000,000 a yea- »hm "'‘V^cktaulTctimVoi
* ............ „„ ——------- j f I" b»rket.hops, ,nd
What Becomes they were yelpine about how the > *
• ladies were spending too much --------—
lev are honest, m ».n of I
redl! to LYDIA ! »*INK-
• I>. You
For Colds - - Solicyljfe
•fhafi what modern doctors »ay
That’s what Alka-Seitzer I rn
stead of being admlnloter i i.
do;P‘!- Alka St!! ■ r
CttRLshes this medication in
Roy Hall, of the Denison mill
__ workers union, spoke before a
Miss Jennie Jackson is visiting! meetin? of tlle Sherman group
in Bonham for a few days Tusdav evening nu c.c
Of Page One
Boys Of Past
INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CO,
guest of friends.
Mrs. Arthur Leippert and child
of Dallas are guests of their par-
ents and grandparents,
Tusday evening at Old Settlers
park. A basket lunch was spread
NEW YORK—Every pi nochi
player remembers, surely, what
I money in beauty parlors—a mere
| $1,825,000,0110. That was when
i tree-sitting was a vogue. It was
j about that time, too, thnt the
good burgers of Hartsdale, N. Y.
..... •U'ccau |, player reinemoers, surely, What
hires 086 °f Cntertainment fea-1 happened to Frank Frankenthai
I when he picked up a hand that
,. ' ' ] contained eight aces. He fel] dead
*?' .G'_ Reynold» « report-!, But what on earth ever became
»nd grandparents, Mr. an I . A‘ Reyn°lds is report- , But what on earth ever bee
Henry Delfeld, 931 West [ d°Ing meo'y at ^ Scott-White 'of the man who bit the dog
d-oof hospital in Tenmle whero ________... , ...
plaasa.it drink, j A number of Denison Eastern "v ““u u<;,;n undergoing treat-
IHyriu ever used anything mere ef- 1 Stars attended an initiation by1 "!‘‘nU lor sevc>'ai weeks prior to
-fc^vaton Alka-Svltzer f .r Acid ih„ ........ ...... 1 the operation.
A number of Denison Eastern
hospital in Temple where she un-
derwent an operation this week.
She had been undergoing treat-
jhT,— Yw Til ' '“'ng ei-
&i V H^dthe:er^td : the shprman organization Tues-
Rheumati; I s |. we
prefund th. n ney you y d for
your first patkai
day evening. Mrs. John Blaine I
Y«.r druggist sail, \lka-5cw HOW OFTEN CAN VOU
'■ ‘ KISS AND MAKEUP?
DEW husbands can understand
why a wife should turn from a
pleasant companion into a shrew
for one whole week in every month.
You can say “I'm sorry" and
kiss and make up easier liefore
marriage than after. Be wise. If you
want to hold your husband, you
won't lie a three-quarter wife.
For three generations one woman
has told another how to go "smil-
ing through' with Lydia E Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. *'
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown and
daughter, Mrs. Mary Louise Hav
1 have returned to their home
in San Antonio after a visit over
Monday and Tuesday with local
make its ears prettier, he told th ■
judge—? Or of Holgar Hansen, the
Has Mrs. Elsie Unterfachbcrger
R I ALTO
LAST TIMES TODAY
A WOMAN GETS s
helps Nature tone up the system,
thuslenening the discomforts from
J Rev. I. N. Demy says:
r l have found nothing In the
past 20 years that can take the
place of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
PiUs. They are a sure relief for
Sufferers from Headache,
the functional disorders which
women must endure in the throe
ordeals of Ufe: 1. Turning from
girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre-
paring for motherhood. 3. Ap-
proaching "middle age."
Don't be a three-quarter wife.
Uke LYDIA E PINKHAMS
V 1 %(iETA13LE . JM POUNDaufft
tio ' bmiiing Through."
Sciatica, Rheumatism, Lumbago, . . o
Here is a wavf0 he|p «M
DENISON 62 YEARS AGO—
(Uontmued front osge o.io/
I his is the first time, probably,
'n our history when it was impos-
slble 10 suPPly the demand for
houses for people to live in. There
' l10* 11 vacant business house
in the city and new ones are spok-
en for long before a single brick
18 laid’ Owing to the wretched
weather, the programme for the
celebration of Denison’s natal day
was cut short. There were quite
a number of features that did
not materialize, still the street
parade was quite imposing. The
floats attracted attention and
were quite pretty.
The procession formed on South
THE OPENING OF
MARCH OF TIME
FRIDAY a,nd SATURDAY
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
THE MAKERS OF
YESTERDAY’S BATTLES OVER.
* *od«y'» lif#, today'* love'
* ■> ... HAftag
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EACH SATURDAY MORNING
AT 10 O’ CLOCK
Watch THIS PAPER
and Listen to KRRV
FOR FURTHER DETAILS
WHY BE SATISFIED WITH THE BACON
WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THE WH01E PIG!
3 Shetland Ponies
To Be Offered Free
odlc Pains, write that they have
uaed Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
with better results than they had
even hoped for.
house without Dr.
-—----Pain Pills than with-
out flour or sugar. Keep a pack-
us your nuaiiuua gbLIhuI 2u.i!
•eve yourself needless suffering,
i At Dreg Stores—Z5c and $1.00
i Kidneys Must
. ....... Clean Out Acids
Ho you fuel «o n»-i_____ __________
•— —""Jr~- j Are there tlmen when you are rtxtm
Countless American house- I ■,'„,n,,0",wh'n ,ou ,rold ,ho-
wives would no more think ! p.ni gktabix^>mpo,!nS*
h*(p« calm your quivering net <n<l should ArT.fn8 Z*? y°Ur b0(,y Cftn c,rfcn ou*
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them up ,u.ln . . ,o h.lp u,ol, n.„M mon.y book on return of .mpty nutk
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