The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1958 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS, DENISON, TEXAS
"How to Enjoy Life
Knife and Fork to
start season with
Oet. 16th speaker
Denison Knife and Fork Club
will open its 1958-1959 season
Thursday evening of October 16th
with a dinner meeting at Hotel
Denison, it was announced this
week by President H. L. Thomp-
First speaker to appear before
the club on the opening night will
be Harold Abbott, who for 15
years has been one of the in-
structors in the field for the Dale
Carnegie course. His subject will
deal with getting the most out of
life and how to enjoy life while
doing so. A field instructor since
1941 with the Dale Carnegie In-
stitute, Abbott will bring his au-
dience a new and refreshing ap-
proach to the subject.
Other top notch speakers in
their fields will also appear be-
fore the Club in November, Jan-
uary, February, and March.
On November 21st, Miss Betty
Vaden Williams, a well - known
flying reporter and news analyst,
will address the club on current
events and world conditions as an
eye witness observer.
John Pride will bring a differ-
ent stye of presentation on Jan-
uary 13th to the Knife and Fork
audience as he addresses the club
with his talk bearing the provoc-
ative title "Think Mink.”
Dr. Rowland Myers, who is
appear before the club on Febru-
ary 24th, will add real variety to
the 1958-59 season. He is sched-
uled to speak on “The Romance
John V. Deuel, world traveler
and adventurer, will address the
Knife and Fork club on March
20th. His topic will be "Latin
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1958
see themselves as
they were in 1952
Campfire Girls' Horizon Club
members met in the home ol
Sheryl Williams Monday to see
the composite United Fund Agen-
Several girLs in the senior high
division of the Denison Camp Fire
Girls saw themselves as thev were
in 1952 in action at the Blue Bird
Nest. This film, of one of Deni-
son’s first camps, was taken by
Fred Conn and is the contribution
of the local council to the public-
ity depicting activities of the
United Fund groups.
Mrs. Fred Cook, Frank Shef-
field and Tom Suttlehan were in j tice
churge of showing the film and
Mr. Cook answered many queries
put by the girls regarding the
various agencies. Immediately fol-
lowing the showing the girls vot-
ed to have a bake sale to raise
money for a contribution to the
United Fund drive. A group of
girls will participate in the Den-
ison day caravan to the Fair.
During the business session,
President Pat Hoedebeck appoint-
ed Laura Rains to be "Miner”
for the 1960 Golden Jubilee;
Carol Fehr and Nancy Monroe
were appointed to plan a cook-
out for the girls and their dates;
two senior girls were chosen to
offer the club’s assistance to Jack
Ballard for the United Fund drive
at senior high.
The following girls were chosen
to assist with the National Guard
armory dedication on October 19:
Laura Smith, Mary Ellen Daugh-
ton, Sue McMahan, Sue Game-
son, Marie Louise Beckham, Nan-
cy Monroe, Pat Hoejebeck, Eari-
lene Smith and Carol Ann Hut-
The next meeting will be held
in the home of Laura Smith, 215
E. Acheson, on October 20. Mrs.
R. E. Monroe, Mrs. V. Beckham
and Mrs. OtLa Williams are advis-
ors of the club.
Sue McMahan and Sue Carole
Palmer were new members.
The Rev. Ray D. Laver
Sunday: 9:45 a. m„ Sunday
school; 10:46 a. m., worship
service; 6:30 p. m., youth meet-
Monday: 9 to 2 at Waples
church, district meeting of United
Tuesday: 7 p. m„ Boy Scout
meeting; 7:30 p. m., Esther group
and Dorcas group meetings at
Wednesday: 9:30 a. m., prayer
Thursday, 7 p. m , choir prac-
The Rev. W. E. Peterson
Sunday: 8:30 a. m., worship
service; 9:45 a.m., Sunday school;
10:50 a. m., worship service;
5:30 p. m., MYF meetings; 7 p.
m., worship service.
Monday: 9 a. m., to 2 p. m.
United Church Women district
meeting; 2 p. m., Circle 3 meets
in Wesley class room; Circle 6
meets in parlor; 2:30 p. m., Cir-
cle 2 meets with Mrs. Fred Horn-
hack, 1215 W. Sears; 7 p. m., Boy
Scout meeting; 7:30 p. m., MYF
district meeting in McKinney.
Tuesday: 9:30 a. m., Circle 4
will meet with Mrs. Ed Austin,
53o W. Acheson.
Wednesday: 6:30 p. m., youth
choir practice; 7:30 p. m., chan-
cel choir rehearsal.
Friday: 5:45, intermediates’
America—New World Colossus.”
A new membership develop-
ment program has been adopted
by action of the board of direct-
ors to fill existing vacancies in
some of the fall membership
classifications. Knife and Fork
Club fall memberships run from
October to October each year.
A letter explaining the new
member program as approved by
directors has been sent out to
Denison Knife and Fork club
members. Each member has been
asked to nominate a new’ member
prospect for the fall membership
openings and sponsor their pros-
pect nominations as new mem-
bers. Accompanying the letter
t0 are application for membership
cards for use in contacting ap-
New members will be introduc-
ed by their sponsors at the Oc-
tober 16th dinner call meeting
which is scheduled to start at
7:00 p. m. in the main dining
room of Hotel Denison. President
Thompson will preside.
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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
The Vy. Rev. David A. Jones
Sunday: 7:30 a. m., holy eu-
charist; 8:00 a. m., kaffee klatch;
9:15 a. m., family eucharist and
church school; 11:00 a. m., morn-
ing prayer and sermon; 5:00 p.m.,
Pi Delta Chi; 7:30 p. m„ Adult
Monday: 6:45 a. m., morning
prayer; 7:00 a. m., holy euchar-
ist; 2:30 p. m., St. Luke’s Guild;
7:30 p. m., vestry meeting in
Tuesday: 6:45 a. m., morning
prayer; 7:00 a. m., holy euchar-
ist; 7:00 p. m., Brotherhod of St.
Wednesday: 9:15 a. m., morn-
ing prayer; 9:30 a. m., holy eu-
charist; 10:00 a. m., auxiliary ex-
ecutive board meeting at church;
11:30 a. m., holy eucharist at
Perrin AFB chapel.
Thursday: 6:45 a. m., morning
prayer; 7:00 a. m., holy euchar-
ist; 4:00 p. m„ junior choir re-
hearsal; 7:15 p. m., senior choir
Friday: 6:45 a. m., morning
prayer; 7:00 a. m., holy euchar-
Saturday: 10:00 a. nr., chil-
dren’s confirmation class; 11:00
a. m., acolytes’ instruction class.
sohj Rev. C. F. Ervin, 1101 W.
Elm; Mrs. Alvin M. Williams, 723
W. Johnson; Mrs. Bobby E.
Couch, 620 E. Sears; Mrs. Mon-
ioc S. Gilliam, 1829 Meadowlark.
Lawrence Douglas Shaffer, Rt.
1; Mrs. Charles G. Hess, Rt. 1;
Enoch Joshua O’Dell, 121 East
Monterey; Mrs. Fred Frank
Shearer, Bells; Mrs. Lcycester A.
Box, 315 W. Hull; Mrs. Susie
Jackson, 918 W. Acheson; Grady
L. McCauley, 1011 W. Bond.
Mrs. Claude Fowler Scally,
1100 Redbud; Kitty Eyleen Jones,
1703 Waterloo Ave.; John E.
Westbrook, 1127 W. .Chestnut;
Mrs. Willard H. Overbeck, 1512
S. Mirick; Irvin E. Wilkes, Rt. 1.
Mrs. Riley Scott, Durant; Mrs.
Walter D. Vaughan and baby girl,
401 S. Mirick; Mrs. Carl H. Ev-
ans, 1029 DuBois; Elisha T.
Williams, 212 E. Texas; Arnett C.
Monroe, 206 W. Gandy; Charles
J. Pressley, 219 E. Acheson.
Mrs. Geo. E. Hammonds,
1205',4 W. Sears; Mrs. Ennis
Gentry, 430 E. Nelson; Mrs. Joe
Martin Trevino, 314 E. Hull; Lar-
ry I). Lambert, 811 W. Crawford;
Mrs. Shenova Gentry, 430 East
Nelson; Mrs. Travis Fisher and
buby girl, Colbert; Mrs. Rose B.
I.egg, 509 W. Woodard.
Robert Thomas Householder,
1018 W. Rice; Boyd W. Newman,
Sherman; Mrs. Frankie L. Hop-
kins and baby boy, 723 E. Mor-1
ton; Mrs. J. T. Barber, Tulsa;
Mrs. James Hiner, 2400 Flora
Lane; Mrs. Vernon C. Webster,
817 W. Chestnut.
Mrs. James M. Crumley, Jr.,
and baby girl, Durant; Mr.-. Rich-
ard Dale Gage, 628 E. Sears;
Mrs. Jack Roark, Rt. 1; Mrs. Wi-
ley R. Suttle, 815 N. Chandler;
Mrs. Lawrence Wm. Caldwell,
727 W. Bullock; Mrs. Helen Jo
Stone, 300 W. Day.
Hal O’Neil Bratteli, 918 West
Morton; Clarence Wilson Cherry,
Rt. 3; Miss Kay Erickson, 221
W. Monterey; Mrs. Harold L.
Love, 1918 S. Houston; Mrs. Fred
W. Offutt, 1511 S. Travis; Mrs.
Jimmy Mead, Colbert.
Mrs. Eddie Lyday, 1217 West
Nelson; James Christman, 401 N.
9th; Eddie R. Franklin, Arling-
ton; Judith McDonald, Hendrix;
Mrs. Stephen H. Squires, 1111
Mary Frances Morrison, 1037
W. Thatcher; Earl F. Creswell,
803 N. York; Mrs. William H. Bo-
zarth and baby girl, 1117 S. La-
mar; Mrs. Charles W. Powell,
804 Leeper; Mrs. Charlie Lee
Jones and baby boy, 10 Parnell.
Mrs. E. Papuyo and baby boy,
131 W. Munson; Drena Elizabeth
Brumit, 208 W. Sears; David Al-
bert Mayes, 605 W. Morgan; Mrs.
Wm. L. Lambert, Colbert; Mrs.
Marie Schirmer, 1026 W. Chest-
nut; Mrs. Vernon C. Webster,
817 W. Chestnut; Mrs. Raymond
Hoedebeck, 1324 S. Fannin.
Jr., Durant, a daughter, born
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Glen Ad-
kins, 11C B Vandcnberg, Wherry
Houston, a son, born October 3,
2:50 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie L. Jones,
10 Parnell, a son, born October
2, at 10:13 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Herbert Bo-
Zarth, Jr., 1117 S. Lamar, u
daughter, born October 2, at 3:08
Airman 1/c and Mrs. Esquipula
Papuyo, 131 W. Munson, a son,
born October 3.
Pfc and Mrs. James K. Cutts,
912 W. Coffin* a son, born Octo-
Mr. and Mrs. Dari D. Wells,
1018 W. Gandy, a son, born Oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Hess,
Rt. 1, a son, born October 5 at
5:03 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M. Wil-
liams, 723 W, Johnson, a daugh-
ter, hern October 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ernest
Couch, 620 E. Sears, a son, born
He's No Blockhead About Rockets
TV star Paul Winchell is afraid his wooden-headed pal, Jerry
Mahoney, might use this homemade explosive for a trip lo
the moon. "A false alarm,” replies Jerry calmly. “I’m an
honorary Junior Fire Marshal and like me, the rocket is a
dummy, too. It’s just a reminder to boys and girls that these
homemade gadgets are a real menace.” The nation’s Junior
Fire Marshals, four-million strong, begin their annual cam-
paign to combat fire hazards during National Fire Prevention
Week (Oct. 5-11). This year-rev: I educational program is
sponsored as a public service by' tiie Hartford Fire Insurance
Company in schools all over the country. Paul Winchell and
his quick-quipping friend Jerry will be one of this season’s
standout comedy attractions on ALC-TV.
Mrs. Joe M. Trevina, 314 East
Hull; Mrs. Allen R. Thomax.
1623 W. Morton; Mrs. Albert A.
Holder, Colbert; Mrs. James B.
Gilliam, 604 W. Bullock; Mrs.
Frankie Lee Hopkins, 732 E.
Morton; Mrs. Elizabeth Hilliard,
1025 W. Sears.
Clarence W. Cherry, Rt. 3;
Mrs. Norris C. Trammell, Colbert;
Larry Dwayne I^mbert, 811
W. Crawford; A. M. Morris, 424
W. Sears; Mrs. R. B. Hoover, 523
W. Woodard; Mrs. David E. Al-
bee, 812 W. Nelson; Mrs. Helen
Jo Stone, 300 W, Day.
Mrs. Eddie Lyday, 1217 West
Nelson; Jack Junior Reynolds,
Platter; Mrs. O. K. Vaughan,
1020 W. Nelson; Mrs. L. C. Ram-
sey, 816 Leeper; Mrs. Tony H.
Mary Frances Morrison, 1037
W. Thatcher;Mrs. C. L. Jones, 10
Parnell; Chas. Glenn Hess, Rt. 1;
Mrs. W. H. Bozarth, Jr., 1117
S. Lamar; E. F. Creswell, 803
York; James Christman, 401 N.
9th; Mrs. Willie E. Donahue,
2705 W. Crawford.
Mrs. James E. Cutts, 912 West
Coffin; Grant Smith, 617 West
Bond; Mrs. Dovie Steele, 129 E.
Texas; Victor C. Meitzen, 121 S.
Brown; William W. Bagwell, 614
W. Acheson; Mrs. * Wesley C.
Beggs 1127 W. Walker.
Mrs. A. M. Morris, 424 West
Sear; Paula Jean Coffman, Bells;
Mrs. Dar! Dan Wells, 1018 West
Gandy; Mrs. Mackie Dawayne
Gourley, 313!d N. Mirick; David
A. Mayes, 605 W. Morgan; Mrs.
Charles W. Powell, 804 Leeper.
Mrs. Fred Turner, Colbert;
Jimmy Lee Dicui, 881 W. Mun-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Thom-
as, 1623 W, Morton St., twins,
boy and girl, born September 30.
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Frankie Lee
Hopkins, 722 E. Morton, a son,
born September 30.
Charles Lilly, with
7th fleet as radar
man sent to far east
WITH THE U.S. SEVENTH
FLEET OFF FORMOSA—Serv-
ing aboard the attack aircraft
carrier USS Essex with the U. S.
Seventh Fleet is Charlie Lilly, ra-
dnrman third class, USN, son of
T. N. Lilly of 716 Heron street,
The Essex, which spearheaded
the U. S. Sixth Fleet’s carriers
in support of the peace force
landings in Lebanon, was rush-
ed to the Far East through the
Suez Canal to join the Seventh
Fleet during the second week of
Seventh fleet units are escort-
ing Nationalist convoys to Que-
moy and protecting Formosa.
The Essex had been scheduled
to return to its home port of May-
port, Fla., early this fall, after
seven months in the Mediterran-
ean, but the crisis in the Far
East caused her redeployment to
19-crs and Bears
in Sunday’s tilt
to he over CBS T\
DALLAS.—Both the San Fran-
cisco 49-ers and the Chicago
Bears will be looking for eonie-
i.atlonally televi cd professional
football game. The Bears suffer- j
ed their first defeat cf the sea-
son at the hands of an upstart
Baltimore Colts club, 51 to 38,
while the Los Angeles Rams were j
humiliating the 49-ers 33 to 3.
If the 49-ers’ veteran Y. A. |
Tittle is in top form, it could be
the second upset in as many
weeks for the Bears, who will
probably alternate between Zeke
Bratkowski and Ed Brown at the
quarterbnek slot. The educated
toe of George Blanda could spell I
the difference for the powerful |
South’vestemers who will prob-1
ably see action are Dickie Moegle
of Rice and numerous rookies,.
including Charlie Kruger, A&M,|
Arkansas’ Don Christian, and
Willard Deuveall, SMU’s star end.
The game can be seen in this
area over station KRLD-TV.
Six games football
on air by Humble,
all conference tilts
Six Southwest Conference j
football games will be broadcast |
Saturday by Humble Oil and Re-!
The Texas A&M - Maryland
game will be broadcast from Col- j
lege Park, Md., by Ves Box and
Stan McKenzie. Radio time will j
be 11:15 a. in. (CST) over WFA j
A-W BA P-570 and other stations.
The Baylor-Duke game will be j
broadcast from Durham, N. C., by I
and Mrs. James Crumley, i back victories in Sunday's CBS
Dave Russell and Frank Glieber.
Radio time will be 12:45 p. m
(CST) over KRLU, Dallas, 1080
ar. 1 other affiliated stations.
The SMU-Missou i game will
be broadcast from Columbia, Mo.,
by Eddie Hill ar.d Glenn Brown.
Radio time will be 1:15 p. m.
(CST) over WBAP-WFAA-820.
The Arkansas-Rice game will
be broadcast from Fayetteville,
Ark., by Bob Walker and Dave
Smith. Radio time will be 1:45
]'. m. (CST) over KCUL, Fort
Worth-1540 and other stations
The Texas-Oklahoma game will
be broadcast from Dallas by Kern
Tips ar I Alec Chesser. Radio
time will be 1:45 p.m (CST) over
KFJZ, Fort Worth-1270; WRR
Dallas-1310, and other Texas stn
The TCU-Texas Tech game will
be broadcast from Fort Worth by
Jim Wiggins and Jack Dale. Ra-
dio time will be 7:45 p. m. (CST)
over WFAA, Dallas-570, and
other radio stations.
World famous group
theatricals to be
at Dallas State Fair
DALLAS. — The world’s most
cc-lebiated theatrical troupe, the
OH Vic Company of London,
England, will present seven per-
formances of three of Shakes-
peare's most exciting works in
Dallas Oet. 21-26.
The engagement in the State
Fair Music Hall will be the only
appearance in the Southwest for
the Old Vic, which openc l its
American tour on the West Coast
The Old Vic will present "Hen-
ry V” Tuesday and Wedneesday
nights, Oct. 21 and 22. "Twelfth
Night” Thursday and Friday
nights, Oct. 23 and 24, and “Ham-
let” Saturday afternoon and
night and Sunday afternoon, Oct.
£5 and 26.
A direct descendant of the
magnificent English group which
has popularized Shakespearan dra-
ma around the world for 50 years,
the Old Vic has as its stars the
distinguished British performers,
John Neville, Barbara Jefford aivl
Mail orders for the Old Vie
are now being accepted by the
State Fair Box-Office, 1310 Elm
Ticket prices are $4.95 and
: 4.40 for seats on the lower floor
of the Music Hall, and $4.40,
$3.JO, $2.20 and $1,65 for bal-
The Dallas appearance of the
Old Vic is being sponsored by the
State Fair of Texas and Neiman-
Marcus Co., as a feature of Nei-
munV "British Fortnight.”
make a better world than God, in
I bat they would give us one on
arth where there is no want,
hunger, suffering, need, pain or
That would make away with
letter and leave only sweet. It
would remove the decay from veg-
etation and give only a season of
eternal springtime. Also by the
same token would the harvest
time and the falling leaf and de-
caying vine be done away with.
The Enduring Truth
The message today of the
church is still to he a positive one.
The truth will make its own way.
We need not know the eddy
places or the sand bars in the
stream. We only need to steer
straight ahead with the preach-
ing and living of the Christ and
ail other things will be “sloughed
off. “Wherefore seeing we have
received a kingdom which can not
lie “sloughed off” of decay, let
us approach the throne with bold-
“Jesus Christ, the same yester-
day, today, and forever.” Not so
with the philosophies and vagar-
ies of men who would displace the
Gospel and the Christ way.
“I will build my church and
the gates of hell shall not prevail
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