The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 93, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1938 Page: 4 of 4
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Phone Your Society Now* to Phone 800 Please
Dr. Carman Speaks
To North Grayson
Dr. Claunch, SMU
Addresses P. T. A.
Dr. H. Frank Carman, a noted
tuberculosis specialist, addressed
a small group of ^tere.ted per- - Teacher as.
at the h'ih scaool Thursday ....... , .. .
Dr. J. M. Claunch, of the gov-
ernment department of Southern
Method st University, Dallas, ad-
dressed a large assembly at the
afternoon, during a meeting of
the North Gravson County Tu-
Mrs. Frank Benedict, retiring
president of the association, pre-
sided. The invoeat'on was given
bv the Rev. Harry Lee Virde.i.
The speaker was introduced by
the Rev. J. F. Murrell, a former
schoolmate of Dr. Carman’s.
Dr. Carman dlscus«ed the need
for health education, and oxnreps.
ed his opposition
During the business meeting a
brief resume of the accomplish-
ments of the organization for the
past vear was made showing that
approximately 40 tube-culm te-ts
were provided and X-ray te--t-
made for parents, and hospital
treatment an an operation fi-
nanced in one case.
cociation last night at the high
I Dr. Claunch who was intro-
duced by the Rev. D. Emory
Hawk, pastor of the Waples
Memorial church, spoke on Edu-
cating for Democracy.
In the absence of Mrs. S. F..
R-i ter, P. T. A. president, the
business meeting was presided over
by Mrs. B. McDaniel. Mrs. Mc-
Daniel gave a comprehensive re-
to socialized P^vt of the activities of each out-
standing comm ttee, among whin
were the membership committee,
with Mrs. E. VV. Wiggins, chair-
man; the welfare committee, head-
ed by Mrs. W. L. Peterson and
the commtitee in charge of con-
cessions during the football
games, with Mrs G. P. Brous as
! Following the business session,
I and address, the parents were
The orrani-atlon lent assistance, (,nn(jllcted over the building by
' the Jacketeers to view the many
j creditable displays in each de-
to the Fir-t Pre-bvtericn
in caring for a tubercular famil”,
se-eral members of which were
The Dora Alexander Talley
Juniors of the Forest will meet
Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock
in the W. O. W. hall. Kay Mine-
singer, Junior president, will pre-
ide and urges all members to at-
tend. Plans for the “Good Citi-
zenship” program which is to be
given in November, will be discus-
Out Poet Effort
.1. W. Irby, 1414 West Morton,
assistant chief clerk in the trans-
portation department for the M-
K-T will spend the weekend in
Mrs. W. R. Hart is imnrovmg
at her home, 1219 West Chestnut
street, fo'low ng a tons’lectomv
performed at Long-Sneed hospit-
The regular meeting of the
Junior Alpha Delnhi Club will
be held Mondav night at the home
of Miss Janet Walker, 1127 West was sowing his
on barren ground, and all that
By HENRY McLEMORE
United Pre-* Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 (UP) —
The Little literary seed that Gene
Tunney planted in the sports
world when he was heavyweight
champion seems to be bqpring
fruit at last.
As you ail remember, Tunnny
tore into his Shakespeare with
the same earnestness that he dri
his punching hag. He thought as
much of his T’nrsarus as ho did
his r'uht cross. Ho took his iRuY-
yat with his rubdown, and the
chore volumes on his shelves were
as well thumbed as his oppon-
For a long time it appeared he
seeds of culture
Woodard strcet.| She will be as-
sisted in entertaining by Miss An-
Three youths and five women
inc'ud:nr two negro women, we-e
gent to the state sanitarium. The
bovs ha’-e since boon d suv'sed
from the hospital, cured of their
In regard to the sale of Christ-
mas sea's, the local organization
| purtment of the school, which hud -
'been arranged by the instructors > of its work
Mr and Mrs. Arnold Dixon of
Grcenvlile visited friends
Thumb Wedding, which will be
given in the school auditorium
A small admission will be ask-
ed, and the proceeds from the en-
tertainment will be used by the
P. T. A. in the various phases
he would ever reap would be
cruel jibes. Now, year;-, after,
with Tunney long retired from
act!’-e snorts participation, the
;n seeds he planted have germinated
land the stalks of culture are
sprouting midst tbo at'ilotos.
The latent re-ruit to the liter-
arv ranks is Marshall Goldberg,
P;t’vhu-ch All-Amor;oan halfback.
Known to snortswriters as “M id
Mar-ba’l ” and to bis teammates
as "Biggie.” Goldberg perhaps
would prefer to bo
simplv as "Laureate.
7-Up Win Games
Dr. Pepper whitewashed Ash-
burns 3 to 0 in Denison bowling
league Thursday night while 7-
Up was turning'back Madden’s by
the same score
in the women’s
direction of Joe E.
1 Miss Elizabeth Groves, of the
■ homo economics department, as-
sisted by a corps of girls, serven
I hot fruit nunch and wafers from
...... . . _ The high chool band furnished
Is nrvdedged to use sixty per cent i j( thp PVeniniz.
of the proceeds for lo-a adm n., ^ mpptinfJ aMU;ra.
s rn ?n' v I n | rates a new plan of tho P. T. A.,
oeo when the North Gravson As-_____.________
seeiat’on was or—inizod tbov wove
aRowed a smaller amount for
Mrs. Prank Benedict
that of evening meetings, in order
that more men might be able to
| attend The program for the
the reiir- l'T15m,-’1g year promises to be un-
public is invited to at-
Keeps Fans In
Gainesville Favored to Again
Show Strength Against
Adamson H:gh of Dallas
Yarbrough . .
'i-v’/c. MM •>
Of Red Tonnage
Above is Jerome McKinney, and A final report is scheduled to go
one of his widely known horses,,to Washington by Feb. 1 at which
to be shown at the first of the t me all economic reports would
week y stock auctions at 1301 W.
Crawford street, Saturday. Mr.
McKinney is sponsoring the week-
ly events, held in the interest of
farmers wishing to dispose of
stock and other farm articles to
(From Sherman Democrat)
Plans are underwav for an oco- the highest bidder.
nomic survey of tonnage whi-'h ■■ ■ ----
would be available for possible
future Re-1 River navigation and
addressed i T vppb> n
His latest Tn?ranl) F.
effort, a saga of the s-ruh (foot- , Wiest, R.
ball players, not, stunted trees) , T „„pb F
*r titled “Red Dawg, Forgotten j Q;bbons> p
Grid Man.” It was published in !
fV> p “Poet’s Cower” of the Pitt - -1 Totals
7-Up Bottling Co.
...... 88 111
.. OS 108
.. .. 70
openipg the river to barge traffic
in** nresidnnt and Miss Jeno-e
Watson, treasurer, have been
commended on the excePcnt
mana<rment and fa-'tbful servpe
thev ba-’P rendered the movomnt
for the past ele-pp rears, five if
tbo-e as president and treasurer
of th» or-am-ation
Officers e'e-ted for the en«u-
jr<* x.enr in«ln,ind Verne Murray,
pr.’dent. M-s. W H Dutton 1st
vino nnp-Mcnt: Mr Frank Pnr
iisua’ly intorest'pg, with a guest
sneaker scheduled to address the
os-em'dr at each monthly meet-
ing during the year.
In November, Dr. L. H. Hub-
bard, president of the Texas
8,'tnto rol'etre for Women wil1
-•nppk and in December Dr. .Tames
Carolvn, professor of Christian
doctrine at S. M. U. will be on
----: > . - . —
pi-r. 2"d - ice nreaMent and M: ■« PAPTfST W. M S.
01,!e F'rd. 3rd vice p-esiden1 • p p \ \ g ROYAL
W»«. G”v Jo-solvn. se»retarv and pppvjrK PROGRAM
yic- .Tnnnip Wntsan. treasurer. The Rnva! fter'lee Program of
The bnnra of rliro-tnrs is to lVom-n’s Missionary society
cons’st- of tb„ nresidnnt. tbo three nf tbp p;r.(. Pantist church will
Vice president', the se ' ,,, bpjd ,i,p bnmP 0f Mrs
srh" will «'so serve as secretary v,.nnif Houghton, 117 N Miriek
of the beard, and the p-e ident Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’-
nf eo»v nf the Parent Teacher a - d -1-.
soelatjcns. i Mr=. ,T. N M'Rer will be hos-
The peminetmg rnirai’kw 'Vas tr.-5 chaix-man for the program,
composed of Rev. .1 F. Murrell, assisted bv Airs. W. K. Craven.
Pa1*-b PpisAnlxnopr Mrs. Eugfcl10 *•____
Hark- e"d Miss o',:e Rvd.
A lnx-e’v ra e was won by t’ -
Peabody school for ha'-in-' the
lairrest number of reprosenta
Mondav will be lo-nl church day
f-r iVn P’amnn’s Council of the
F-'-st ChrisPan church. Mrs, J. O
Mo’-ann. f-hah-man of local church
work- xvill he in charge of the
I ni,.nt'n(*. Airs. W. F. Wenckens Gainesville
District Five teams, coaches and
fans turned their eyes today tow-
ard GoinewiRe where thn power-
ful Leopards meet Adamson high
of Dallas in another "ame expect-
ed to allow the Cooke county
hoys to again display their
strength before entering the con-
ference race a week off.
So far the Leonards have de-
feated some prettv fine outfits
throughout the state and Arkan-
sas ine'uding Hot Rnrings, Wood-
row Wilson of Dallas. Paschnll of
Fort Worth, McKinney and Den-
ton, a man-sized order in any-
body's language. The “suicide
sehedu'e” was lined un last year
by Coach Swede McMurray be-
fore he pulled out suddenly and
accepted a position with AIcKin-
| ney high, the same school beaten
by the Leopards last wceK 32 to
2 when most of the game was
nlayed by second and third string-
Cnts, Jacket* Hot
With the Leopards in undisput-
ed first place in the district, ac-
cording to strength, fans all over
the Red River belt were waiting
until the DenisoneSherman em-
hroglio Oct. 28 before deriding
the se-ond place standing.
In games th’s week Denison
W"S expected to take Tishomingo,
burgh Press (The Bulblog K i
tinn. anvwav) and p’neps lum in
the front rank of voung Ameri-on
nocts named Goldberg who plo^
left, halfback for Pittsburgh's
Hm-p are a few- verses from
Goldberg’s p’e**xr to “Pod Dawg’’-
“A great, little fellow,
“TVs rornot-tonned "iiv,
“The mighty ‘Red Dawg’,
“Of Now Castle high.
“Reporters call him
“A whir'!ng game-cock,
“The left half who starred,
"In even deadlock.
“When he 'graduated,
“And went to Pitt,
"His public thought,
“Success he’d hit.
DeHen, E. .
I P'h’to S
Cul'en, H. .
| Wel'-er .
have to be completed.
Members of the Red River Val-J ----
• , i j ,i * ° lpv Imnrovement association of I NEW YORTC, Oc^. 21
c was learned through announce- IL> B»suuauon, . ,,
inent of Henry A O'Neal nresi- whi('h J- W- Madden of Deifison is j The committee r.n stock list of the
dent of the Chamber (f Comme-Te vice Prcsident »"d Clarence Scott New York stock exchange, follow-
er Fhrevcnot, La., and member of , f Denison is coordinator, are ad- '»* a special nice ,ng todav had
the Red River Improvement asSo- vised, navigation is certain if the telegraphed ^e -ecurties and ev-
1 1 cation, people demand it. Business and change commis ion that it had
. “We have had a great deal of industrial interests of Texas, Ar-twi*hdrawn its eer'ifiention for
,r, ,na correspondence with Senator Shop- kansas and Loui-iana arc being ’isling and rewi- Iraki on of 253.4 AO
4 9 14 ipard of Texas and with other asked to file data when the sur- share, of cnmmrn stock of the
eongressi-nal navigation leaders, vey is started to ascertain definite Panhand o Prnduc mr ^iml Mm-
such as Senator Overton of Louis- tonnage value of the project that; mg company of
iana and Rep. Sam Rayburn of is to follow flood control.
Texas,” Mr. O’Neal writes. | A preliminary report of the^
“They assure us that, when all army engineering corps on naviga-1 te rns of the
of Red river and the Shreve
I’ho statement said that under
application for list-
ing the shares were authorized “on
the past have had to port-Jefferson barge canal chan- n Mice of i-suanm in connect'on
was scheduled to be forward- w ill the acmisition by the corn-
head- pany of
quarters to Washington Thursday p;pc of
he directed chiefly toward flood ncl
control, we must now turn out ef- ed from Vick'burg, Miss.,
forts toward restoration of nav'ga-
tubing, cu ing and
DENISON TFAM3 TIE
AND LOSE CONTEST
Denbdn high school junior
to-ms were beaten and tied ;n
two game; Thii'sd iy, one at homo
and another on a foreVn field
At Munson f old the Alud Daub-
er lo t to the Gainesville Cubs
fi to n in the last half while at
Collinsville high the Yannigans
rould do no better than get a
- coreless tie.
In the game here the loops
moved the ball inside the 20 yard
pile on one oocn :on hut failed
to score when their offensive
New Fruit Stand
Two Denison men. Frank Bene-
to whip Adamson,
x-recMont. x. i'] conduct the devotionnls. end | 5herman to wallop Bnnhnm and
: there will he reports
, various committees.
yrr rn-n Tiueomy
tc TO T?*z \ TROT?
Mttctc 8 A tt’ptx a Y
of V’t'l iwnc* In nf
\yfipVN* |Y)nnffrtrr f ^ >-*l ■ \-
pffomoon at 2 o’clock at the clnbi--------
ronws. I T>r';T7T7TT PT?^PT?AM
M^e*C Will hr* t>e tbnrnn of P’TTT, pT? PT\TFN
tbo pro-am nnd t^o p->Po«***»r* _ pv t.AYNF P. T. A.
jpomfinp- pwrl Av'11 T^o rnoTobOTS of tbo TvftytiO
at * c t: pnnVtpi Pr*nf'f Afvq ^ PoyrrAf fPon,,b#kfs ncsonist*ou nT-1* tho jfovorpmont so far has not us-
W. AT*.*. fTtvrb Anderson comn^ct.lTi? pi^r»cJ for nn Intcroet* Powpr Riven by a special
-4 s*ic.Q iz»Pr,Pn- pP—.i, ■ m. Cpot,ir'ng a Tom
from the Paris to ston Honev Grove con-
queror of Bonham last Friday.
(Continued on Page 41
ordinance to confiscate rebel
Women’s Partv Fovms Plans to Put
ri-Affunnv footurinfif a
property, wherever located.
Internal polit’es caused eoneern
in France. Premier Edouard
« 1 r> • Li 0*11 Tl I | Daladier had a self-imposed four
lli(|Uc\> KlgntS Dill i hrough Longrcss , y period in which to decide to
____ j dissolve Parliament or to form a
“He was shifted to end,
“His freshman year,
“But tho struggle was futile,
"Though verv sincere’
These four verses will irivo van
a general idea of tho poem. Thov
aim offe" a new slant on Mnr-
sh all. Who would have ever
thougvt to watch h;m whirl down
the fie’d for touchdowns, that
h!s head was brimming with po-
etry? Or that during a huddle at
a crucial point in a game, he i ,
nrohnhlv w-s writing an ode lo ’Dot and Tolbert Murrah are star-
Jork Sutherland, beginning; '}''** n new D-uit stand at 128-30
"O’ Goa-h .Took Sutherland, |W- Mllln strcpt Saturiiay. They
“Thou breath of autumn’s 1>o- ilre beginning their stacking to-
;ne day and will have a full stock for
“Thou from whose unseen inn official opening next week.
presence the signa's come. >--”-
“From the hemh like rhost- FIFTY DCG.S ARE
from an enchanter fleeing.”! PICKED UP HERE
Goldberg has undoubtedly here -
ief'veuepil bx. the works of an Approximately fifty dogs have
ear'ier snorts port. Uenrv Arm- ; been picked lip by citv officers
stveni* the lightweight and wel- during tho pact three days and
teweight boxing ohamnion. While (1noe more citizens breathed easie--
ho was training for Barney Boss following a mad dog scare la t
and Lou Ambers, Henry spent week that resulted in thirteen
many a honnv hour oomnnsi g persons being bitten hv a rabd
and comn'ctod what mane con'd.!- animal. Ail dog picked un were
er his mn,;tevn:eee. A phi'esono- known to have beep near the mad
nhieal study of hoxv a fighter dog in its mad chase through the
I feel? during tho-e moments fv mi southern section of the city,
the time he leaves his dressing
I room until tho hell rings.
Armstrong’s poem runss the
gamut of meter, from Chancei
to F'lrar Guest
Who knoxx-a hut x'-hat the greal
American Novel will c'-entuallv
nemo from a howler no'” knock
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DETROIT. Oct. 21 (UP)—The Mrs. Miller =aid that “protected ^ti°na' “"'"J1 (?ovornm.ort ^nd i in'' ',own T,ins in ttlp rr
National Women’s part” i, prepar- le-idation” designed to set mini-'tfhr°" °Ut thf ^ommun'sts: Ppf’ ; " Dronklvn nllev. o- from a
s IO sei mini (tprs appcarpd all over pariR de. wrpt.t!er or a ,UaCrosse player,
certain niand;np expulsion of the Com-
munists from the government and
there was no doubt that the
popular front was split beyond
| EVERYDAY DENISON—
(Continued From Page
Or do they?
In vesti grate
Liquor Rumors |
irg a concerted eamnaign to put mum wages for women in
through the next Congress an industries fed far short of the
equal rights amendment to the goal honed for hv its supporters.
con«ti*uticn for ratification by the “In many instances tho contrary
■tat**. was true.” Mrs. Miller declared
The party Was founded to pm- “Discriminatory legislation for 1
mote equality for women and the sex resulted in a lowering of the
equal rights amendment is tho wages for hn'h. Men underbid!
on’v p’ank in its platform. Pre- w mcn in industries where ‘pre-
parations for the congressional tectivc’ legisaPinri set a minimum'child while the
fight were completed at the par- wage for women. |jron ]un(J fighting for "her
ty s na i-mil convention in Detroit Cite* Job Inequality from infantile paralysis Wonder
reepnllv. i "The amendment we endorse1, never cease.
The prono'ed amendment would will make ability rather than sex
erase legal inequalities between the criterion for a job. When
men and women, would e'iminat women are given equal rights, the
discriminatory 'egi»lat:on that has joh- wi'l not denend on sex.”
lowered women’s wages sminlv he- Present "prrteeMvc” legislation,
cause thev are woven, and place M-s. Miller explained, permits an
women on an equal footing with unmarried woman past 21 to eon- OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Oaf,
men in industry. ;trol her own property. Yet when 21 (UP)—Gov. E. W. Marlnod is-1
M*«. Mi’le* S>xokeim»n she marries, she ipso facto loses sued an rrder todav, which in ef-
Onc of the n-inciml convention her various property rights. One feet, requested grand jury invesH-
sneakers was Mrs. Emma Guffey day a woman is supposedly in full jgations in ten Oklahoma counties
Mi'ler, prominent Democratic contol of her sowes and the next j0f reports that a group with high
leader and sister of Sen. .losenh dav, having married, she becomes ] political connections was muscl-
Guffev of Pennsy'vania. She told incompetent. Only by becoming a ing In on Oklahoma’s i'licit liquor
the convention that the equal widow, mav she regain her legai business.
ri-ht amendnaevt (« tho WD-xi eo*. eomnetence. | He requested countv attorney
ollarv to the 19th amendment,! “We mn«t realize that, equal in the counties to ask their dL
which gives women pnliticial free-.rights at the ballot box was onlyjtrct judges to rail special grand
dom. a beginning,” Mrs. Miller said.
"The ninetcen'h amendment has, plans for formation of a world
brought US to the doer 0f equal WWMn.s party were drafted at
0"ncrtnnitv,” Mrs. Mi ler saM ' . ' . .
“The equal rights amendment w'll thc pot’ventlon Efforts w>1 bp
put ns pa t thc door and into the mnde to spread the
temple of equality.” jover the world.
Truly. Gene Tunney has no: I
lived .in vnm—(Copyright 193-j
Py United Press)
TODAY and SATURDAY
hv reports that a clique with
sU^ng political affil!a*ions xxvxs ex- I
acting a take from Oklahoma
bootleggers on each case nf j
mother was in an - whisky smuggled into the state.
life jinmc of the stories also men*ion-
,l"’' ed bribery of officials by whisky
it's nag and nag k]
with the Ritl r1
Brothers from Y
start to finish! j
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I Marland’* action was prompted
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