The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1945 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1945
THE DENISON PRESS
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AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE
pie Thursday night. | •
He said that plaiuned things for the j
life of the people, goosestepping of citi-
zenship and ingenuity under the regime of
anything less than a Democracy such as
America enjoyed, fell short of the output
which America produced in this war
That, he declared, is one thing that came
out of the war wc should never forget.
And if we do forget it and let some
other form of government sit in the sad-
dle at Washington we will become a dis-
If our ability to protect that liberty
which is vouchsafed us in the American
Constitution was shown in what we have
done in this war by making a mock of
the charges that we were weak and could
not meet the war-trained men of Germany
and our other enemies, then that same
liberty which enabled us to do the job
must be maintained if we carry on the
traditions. In other words what has
made us gi’eai must keep us that way.
That we have a president who. sees
that and has the disposition to say so to
the rest of the world, is encouraging for
business, industry, labor, capital, and all
the other freedoms which underlie our
Only a national policy of moderate
taxation for industry in this country will
release a full power of production and
development, encourage private capital,
create more jobs and bring unparallelled
Wouldn’t it be nice if all those fel-
lows who managed in some way or an-
other to dodge the citation to don a uni-
form, could now prove they had some-
what to do with producing the atomic-
Auguit 17, 1890
1'rof. H. L. Finer, of White-
wright, has been elected presi-
dent of the Van Alstyne college.
The management could not have
made a more judicious selection,
as Prof. Finer stands at the
'head of his profession as an
Hibbard Bros, received a car
load of sugar today which wan
being unloaded in front of their
Th0 Cuff building, 203 Main
street, is being overhauled to
accommodate the new clothing
stock of Lewis, Rosenberg
Co., of Houston, who will estab-
lish hemselves in business next
The firm of Ed Hammond &
Co. are busy with a large con-
tract of scroll sawing for the
Denison Cotton "Mill.
The Denison Poultry Associa-
tion is arranging to have a poul-
try exhibit a the Dallas fair
this fall, and the prospect for
the Gate City walking off with
the cream of the premium list
is exceedingly flattering.
The regular annual picnic at
Cook’s Springs will take place
Friday and Saturday next Aug.
22 and 23.
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GOI^) STAMPED printing on
your leather hand bag, puree,
bill fold or book. Call at 205
Main Street, Anderson ft Sons
MOTOR—.Horse and a half
motor, in good condition. Want
$35 for it as is. Press office.
KODACK—For sale, a new
Pickwick camera, will take $3.00
as 's. Never been usod. Press
See factory fitting ex-
pert for Dr. iRtoy f\L Kiel
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and Ontho-vent wiVh Spen-
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401 W. WOODARD
(That the American way -of life show-
ed how it could outstrip all other forms
of government and inventive genius was
declared to have been one of the out-
standing things of this war which Ameri-
cans should never forget, and fight to
maintain, was the declaration of President
Harry Truman in his address to the peo-
When our fighting boys from all the
fronts get hack home, they will know just
who deserves their scorn for not going
along with them, and don’t forget that
Boys brought up together in the same
community pretty well keep tab on each
other and know where to place any cred-
its or discredits.
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Arthur Star leaves this (Sun-
day) morning for Colorado, to
join his mother who is summer-
ing at ‘Manitou Springs.
Tom Cutler, Charley Chap-
man, of the Journal, and Tom
Nelms left Monday for the
Choctaw, on a little fishing ex-
Hiram Brooks, the grocery
man, went up to the Territory
Tuesday with his dog and gun
It is stated that Tom Cashion
cV the Cashion jneighborhood
will be a candidate for justice
of the peace.
A very pleasant partv w-as
given Thursday night by Mr.
Arhur Star at the residence of
his father, Sam Star, Esq., on
Grpidy street, complimentary to
(Miss Clara Achenbach on the
eve of her departure for Weep-
ing Willow, Neb., to spend the
Visiting in the city Sunday at
the home of their parents, Mr.
and lira. LeRoy AI. Anderson,
926 W. Soars were two sons of
the Andersons and their fami-
lies, Thomas E. Anderson, and
wife and son Thomas E., of
Bonham, and LeRoy AI. Ander-
son, Jr., wife and son Louis
Robert, of Durant.
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Anderson, LeRoy. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1945, newspaper, August 17, 1945; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth527689/m1/2/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.