The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 93, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1938 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
THE DENISON PRESS
Established in 1930
Telephone No. 300
Office of Publication at 007 West Main
Issued Daily Except Sunday
Dedicated te cleaa and responsive government;
to individual and civic integrity; to Individual am
civic commercial progress.
Application for entry as mend-class matter is
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after 30 days from date of first insertion.
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be published the same day.__
Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon the
character or reputation of any persons will be
glad'v corrected if brought to the attention of
the publishers. The Denison Press assumes no re
iponsihilty for errors in advertising insertions be-
yoml *he price of the advertisement.
ERRORS- The Denison Press will not be rc
sponsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
OUT OF-TOWN-ORPF.RS for classified ads ar»
ttrirtiy payable in advance.
CANCELLATIONS must he received bv 10:00 a.
m. in order to avoid publication in current issue.
Newspapers and Tl:eir Place
In Community Life
other voice to keep pushing things and
helping to attract industries and new citi-
zens to the community through its persist-
ent and constructive boosting of every-
thing in the community.
It boots no credit to a new comer in a
town to neglect to subscribe for all the
papers in the town. They can’t afford to
neglect opportunities to learn everything
about the town and its people through the
columns of the papers, each one of which
sets forth facts and angles of the town not
found in the other papers.
Especially is this true of those new-
comers who expect to take up active work
in business circles since a person not inter-
ested enough in his new location cannot be
the most nor do the best in his new loca-
tion in the absence of such newspaper con-
Of course, it stands withhout argu-
ment that the older residenters can not af-
ford to fail in supporting their papers,
since they have their own interests and
’holdings benefitted directly by the fact of
newspapers helping to maintain values foi
them as well as to aid in keeping them in
Based on those lines, we hope that the
Press shall have a number of new friends
to see the angle we argue and enroll with
us as a regular subscriber.
Up at Durant the banks of that
thriving Oklahoma town secured the
bonds recently voted for erection of a new
city hall, those financial institutions offer-
Again we come to numerous homes in ing the best bids. That shows how good
Denison today where the Press is not n the credit of that city is as.well as to inch-
regular daily visitor, the object of this cate a cooperative spirit in the ranks of the
special visit being freighted with the hope' bankers.
Lhr;fr,,ct;x z «t;
among them will be a large percentage of waiting for cooler days to com, w.th ttc
those receiving the paper today. hope that it will bring better bos,ness ami
Denison can afford another daily if have hesitated spending money, they
other toe ns much smaller than this do so. clare, for advertising until it
A daily paper in a town is the greatest fac Now that we get the cold asp tine week,
tor in building a town, and when more we find many complaining about the cool
than one paper is located in a community, or days. Do we want the fruit and shade
UltUl UI1C pape* AO luvavvu u* ~ .....” A
that community is fortunate in having an- and not desire the tree.
BECKET, Mass. (UP)—Mul ed the mailbox of Rudolph Meiers
carrier “Zan” Witcher’s R. F. D. for its nest. Rather than disturb
route is longer in summer than in the bird, Witcher, walks to the
winter because a bird has adopt.- house with Meiers letter.
By ALEXANDER KAHN
and memers of motion pictuio
companies frequently provide
properties used in films to he'r
Despite reports, movie proper-
ty men arc not always inlfallible^
In crises of this sort, actors and
set workers frequently step into
★ A Four Star Mat
from the- Lone Star State
■7 he DAVIS
FRIDAY. OCT. 21ut. 1938.
Marital Pacifier Ready
OMAHA, Neb. (UP)—Juan Val-
encia, 28, and Doris Haden, 23,
arc sure they’ll live happily. The
couple was married in a radio
studio and an electrical tanscrip-
tion was made of the ceremony—
including an audible kiss. When
trouble brews in the Valencia
household, the record reminds
them of “love, honor and obey.’’
P. D. Q. Delivery
WE DELIVER ANYTHING
or Deliveries, 10c
Pho. 68 618 W. Main
for New Linoleum Ruga
and Inner Spring Mattresses
203 W. Main Phone 1307
J. E. MEADOR, DDS.
110 N. BURNETT
First Door North Security Bldg.
C. B. RANDEL j
J. H. RANDELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
We Mako Old Shoe* Good a* New,
Every Job Guaranteed
OGDEN SIMMS SHOE SHOP
214 W. Woodard
Painting & Papering
802 S. Houston
go to Careful Cleaners fo.
“Score every time! .
WE’LL TACKLE your toughest suit cleaning prob-
lem-stop the triple threat of dirt, grit and hard
wear in no time. You’ve got the right signal when
you send your suit HERE.
the breach and provide the needed
articles that are holding up pro-
For example, (luring the filming
of “Vacation from Love,” Direc-
tor George Fitzmaurice was par-
ticularly anxious to use a modern-
istic toaster in a breakfast-room
sequence. The property man's
inquiries disclosed that all these
toaters had been sold and a new
shipment would not arrive for
The property men, of course,
could have built a toaster to satis-
fy the director’s requet, but that
would take time. Florence Ri:o
saved the day when she brought
one from home.
Janet Gaynor proved the good ,
angel during production of “Three I
Loves Has Nancy.” An old-faso-
ioned Bible of unusual appearance
was needed for a small-town |
wedding scene. Miss Gaynor
brought her own Bible, a fami’y
heirloom, and it was used for tac
Clark Gable averted a delay on
“To Hot to Handle” when it
was discovered that his aviator’s
helmet had been misplaced. Ho
saved the studio an hour’s wait
by walking over to his car and
pulling out the helmet he wore
in “Test Pilot.”
When a special monsignor's
brevet was needed for a certain
scene in “Boys’ Town,” the
property man was stumped. B r
Father Flanagan, who ens on the
set and who is himself a mon-
sigor. lent his own brevet to Spen-
cer Tracy for the scene.
Wallace Beery saved the day
on the “Stablemate” set. The
in ti e I ance with a civilized standard
picture refused to allow' the ani-: [jfe
- -- -...... — ..... me. in
mal to be transported from one, during a
location to another. Beery!-
brought a specially designed
horse-trailer to the studio, show-
ed it to the owner, and the ob-
jection was withdrawn.
a civilized standard of
That opinion was expressed
g a wage dispute case involv
ing clothing trade workers. |
421 WEST MAI
WELLINGTON, New Zealand
(UP)—A woman must spend at
least $7.25 a year on cosmetics in
order to support herself in accord-
SEE US HjK
Cjrane Hot Water He»»ei«
And Wall Heaters
Quick Repair Service
E. V \N. HOESEN
Ill Ns Fannin Pho. 1321
RCA RADIO TUBES
Service All Make*
408 S. Mirick Pho. 261
for sale or trsde
Clean 1938 Magaiine* Preferred
119 W. Main
If itti an out-of-town
WE HAVE IT!
A complete line of mafca-
aines and newspapers.
Union Station Open 11 p. m.
Real Bargains in Real Eitato
Okie., Ark., and Texa*
Located at Earl Waters
203 W Main
H. K. SWANN AND
203 W. Main St.
Big, double cotton blankets
in solid gray or tan with
borders in contrasting colors
314 pound weight. Crochet
bound edges. Outstanding
Solids or Plaids
Solid tan, solid gray or pas-
tel plaid blankets that weigh
2/ pounds. 70x80 inch size,
big enough and heavy
enough for plenty of warmth
04x76 inch sing’e blankets
in bright colors and unusual
designs. Splendid for boys’
rooms. Use them in your
car or take them to football
games this fall.
Part Wool Blankets
60x80-Inch Double Plaids
W. F WEAVER
\ real bargain price on good quality, 2!4-pound blanqets. They
are part wool and come in a brig assortment of attractive pastel
plaid designs. Just the blankets you will want for early use
70x80-Inch Double Plaids
624 W. Main Phon# TTi
ARE YOU SICK?
Listen to At Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks and Margaret speaks
am* UH /it-pitit ItrtUone <,>uLi Orrhe'tra, under tt** dirertiou of
Alfred Wallenstein, Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C Red SHetwrd
Tune in on the Firestone Voice of the Farm Radio
Program twice each week during the aooo hour
The Davis Texan, like the great
Lone Star Slate, forges ahead
in smartness. . . The style with
conservative wide brim is as ex-
citing us Texas History. . flic
fine felt as rich as I exas’ re-
sources. . . Cut for distinctive
individuality. . . Character-add-
ing colors. . . Looks like an ex-
| ecutive, yet toegh as a pioneer.
Denison Auto Supply
Dad & Lad’s
"YOU BUY- -WE SATISFY”
If so, try our complete health service. We are equipped
to give excellent service for regaining your lost health. Try
our unsurpassed CHIROPRACTIC serv ce rendered at the
bands of Graduate Chiropractors. Many have received excel-
lent results under our care,
ELECTRIC and MINERAL baths prove to be of excellent
help to those who are running under par physically. They
are indicated in cases of overweight and also as a system
purefier. We ma ntain a complete physio-therapy department
—massage, electric and manual.
COLONIC IRRIGATION’S as are given in the CECILE E.
REED CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC and by the famous Vatten-
borg Colonic Irrigators arc a wonderful aid in overcoming
Const pation, Colitis, Torpid Liver and numerous other com-
You are cordially invited to call at our offices and talk over
your health problems. There ure no charges for this service.
Oxer Texas Tower and Light Co. Lady Attendant
CECILE E. REED
824J4 West Main
Big 3^-pound blankets that arc among the best bargains you will
find. Large enough to tuck snugly on any bed, heavy enough to
keep you warm, and good-looking enough for any room. See them
in attractive pastel plaid designs ...»..............-..................................
72x84-Inch Double Plaids
Extra weight and extra size blankets that will give years and years
of sturdy service. They come in pastel plaid designs of rose, blue,
gold, orchid and green. Edges are bound with a good quality
sateen in harmonizing shades. iyi pound weight ..........................
Real qua’ity blankets that give you a lot for your money. Plaid
designs, featured in all pastel shades. Just the blanket for folks
who like warmth without weight. These blankets weigh 3/j pounds
and the edges are sateen bound ...........................................................
25 Percent Wool Doubles
Lightweight blankets in beautiful solid pastel colors with the two
sides being in different colors. Get one of these blankets to lay
across the foot of your bod during the early fall season ................
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 93, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1938, newspaper, October 21, 1938; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth527627/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.