The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1949 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS, DENISON, TEXAS
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7,1949
Appearing at State Sunday and Monday
ANN SOTIIERN sips a "coke" • ' Al OUT"
this scene from UKO's comedy-romance, lHhJLDOr. SIEPi> UU1.
Transportation improvement was
undoubtedly one of the most im-
portant factors in the development
of the west. Gabby Hayes, who’s
heard In dramatized adventures of
loneer days on the MBS Sunday
The Roy Rogers Show,” is famil-
iar with old time modes of travel
and challenges you to answer as
follows: (1) What was the Cones-
toga wagont (i) Approximately
when did steamboat navigation be-
gin on the Ohio Rivert (3) What
was the route of the Pony Express
and how long did it runt (\) When
teas the first transcontinental rail-
(1) Broaiwheelei, covered wagon or
prairie schooner (manufactured in
Conestoga, Pa.). (2) 1811. (3) St.
Joseph. Mo., to the Pacific. Started
18G0; lasted IS months, when sup-
planted by telegraph. (■)) 1869, join-
ing Central and Union Pacific
NEW DOLL TAKES
Jurist Turns To
Romance In Life
In Film at State
How a judge steps out to find
a life of exciting adventure which
was the result of a mood is filmed
in the exciting plot under the ti-
tle, “The Judge Steps Out,” ap-
pearing at the State Sunday and
Monday for its first Denison show-
Judge Thomas Bailey (Alexan-
der Knox) is tortured by the ex-
travagance of his wife and daugh-
ter, along with their insistehce
that he seek a more lucrative po
sition. Friendly Dr. Boyd, to whom
he tells his troubles, advise him
to “run for his life.” Bailey spends
three days with the doctor on a
fishing trip, and finds the newspa-
pers headlining his “mysterious
Stung when he discovers that
his wife is apparently unconcern-
ed about his fate, Bailey extends
his disappearance ana, under an
j alias, sets forth on a cross-country
| trek, taking odd jobs and really
enjoying himself. At a little road-
side cafe conducted by pretty Peg-
gy Martin, (Ann Sothern) he is
induced to take a job as a short
order cook. He is soon on friendly
terms with Peggy and her house-
hold that includes her Mexican
helper (Florence Bates) and an
orphan child (Sharyn Moffett),
j Presently the judge and Peggy are
in love, and the judge decides to
return home and persuade, his wife
to grant him a divorce. He now
learns that he has become a grand-
eight years, and received his
schooling in the Denison public
schools. He was married on Feb-
ruary 14, 1946 to Miss Sue Dusen-
berry. He was a, member of the
Baptist church in Gainesville, Tex-
as, and was employed by his bro-
ther, T. L. Warren, owner of
He is survived by his widow
and nin months old son, Charles
Edward, his parents of Denison,
two brothers, Johnny and T. L. of
Denison and one sister, Mrs. Coy
Pace of Baldwin, Mississippi.
GEORGE E. TUCKER
Funeral services for George E.
Tucker, 79, retired Katy engineer,
of 760 W. Owing, who died in the
Katy hospital after a long illness,
were held Saturday afternoon at
Bratcher-Moore chapel, with Dr.
H. C. Henderson officiating. In-
terment was in Fairview cemetery
with Masonic services by Lone
Star Lodge No. 406.
Mr. Tucker was born in El Do-
rado, N. C., Mar 23, 1870. He was
educated in El Dorudo, and was
married in Gladewater in 1899 to
Mrs. Louise Sanders. Before his
retirement in June, 1947, he had
worked for the Katy for 49 years.
He was a member of Waples Me-
marial Methodist church, Lone
Star Masonic Lodge, Woodmen and
Brotherhood of the LF&E.
Survivors include a son, J. M.
Tucker, Denison; a step daughter,
Miss Connie Tucker of Denison,
and a brother, N. D. Tucker, El
Pallbearers were George Tin-
kle, Willis McFadden, Sidney
Moad, Joe Cox, E. It. Bryan and
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. T.
Gann, She was educated in
Thompsonville, Texas, and was
married on May 4, 1904 to T. J.
Isbell, who died in 1931. She was
a member of the Church of
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Mrs. _A. D. Wheat, of Deni-
son, and Mrs. B. W. Baker of Fort
Worth; two brothers, E. C. Gann
and G. M. Gann, Tom Bean; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Frank Furche, Sherman,
an done grandchild.
Interment was in the Tom Bean
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma
Isbell, 64, of 501 W. Hanna, were
I held Tuesday afternoon at three
o’clock at the Tom Bean Church
of Christ vvitli David G. McNeill,
Mrs. Isbell died in a local hos-
pital Sunday, October 2, after n
j t wo weeks illness.
She was born in Marion county,
Alabama, on Oct. 5, 1884, the
JOHN EDWARD BRISON
John Edward Brison, 79, retired
Scarlet Fever In
Texas Shows 911
Cases This Year
Scarlet fever is one of the most
disabling and dangerous diseases
usually associated with childhood,
although actually it is confined to
no age limit, according to Dr. Geo.
W. Cox. state health officer. While
only six cases were reported in the
state during the week ending Sep-
tember 24, it brought the year's
total to 911 cases.
The doctor described scarlet fe-
ver as an acute infectious disease,
the onset of which is sudden. The
first symptoms including sore
throat, vomiting, fever, and head-
ache, may appear in three to five
farmer of Pottsboro, who had I days after exposure. These are fol-
lived all his life in that area, was
buried in the Georgetown ceme-
tery, Tuesday of last week, follow-
ing his death on Monday. He had
been ill for three years.
Funeral services were conducted
at the Georgetown cemetery by
the Rev. R. L. Gardenhire. Bratch-
er-Moore, funeral directors, were
in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Brison was born in Grayson
county on September 17, 1870,
and was married in 1920 to Miss
Bendie Williams. Mrs. Brison sur-
vives him. He is survived also by
a daugther, Mrs. Emil Christmas,
lowed by the distinctive red rash
whjch gives this disease its name,
Dr. Cox stated.
Complications may cause pro-
longed disability or death. Children
suffering with scarlet fever may
develop sinusitis and middle-ear
infections which can lead to mas-
toiditis. As the germs spread
through the child’s system, the
joints, kidneys, and heart may be-
come involved, causing life-long in-
validism or crippling.
“A child with any kind of a sore
throat should be seen by the family
physician promptly,” Dr. Cox as-
serted. “If scarlet fever is pres-
ent, the treatment recommended
will do much to alleviate discom-
fort and reduce the possibility of
Dr. Cox stated that children un-
der ten years of age are most sus-
ceptible, and those persons who fail
I to contract scarlet fever until
grown stand an excellent chance
of never having the disease.
New Mexico was the last state
admitted to the Union.
ROLAND BOYD of McKinney, a
member of the Texas Democratic I
State Executive Committee, this
week accepted the chairmanship of j father, and also that his wife has
the recently organized Committee j
Against Legislative Pay Increases
and Annual Sessions. A state-wide
group, the Committee is opposing
Constitutional Amendment 2 in the
Nov. 8 election claiming its passage
would result in a greatly increased
tax burden without improving
the efficiency of the Legislature.
Amendment 2, by raising legisla-
i tors’ pay and providing for annual
j sessions, would increase state taxes
more than $2,500,000 biannually,
| the Committee says.
Shoulder Holster Raincoat
become more sympathetic.
Offered an. appointment to the
state supreme court, he declines,
still planning to return to Peggy.
But Peggy herself begins to see
that it wouldn’t work out, and
she flies to tell him so—just as
he reaches the same conclusion.
With his fling at romance and
adventure over, Bailey regretfully
resigns himself to life with his
Smooth rayon gabardine, water-
proofed against the weather, gives
extra fashion appeal to this well-
styled raincoat. The same fabric,
' made from Avisco rayon yarns, is
used in the smart shoulder holster
that holds an umbrella and a pair
of rubbers. On sunny days remove
the detm '.’.able hood and wear the
i :oat as an ail-weather casual.
CHARLES RAY WARREN
Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday afternoon at Bratcher-
Moore chapel for Charles Ray
Warren, 19, Denison man who died
in a Dallas hospital Monday sev-
eral hours after he had accidently
shot himself in the head, at his
home, 3201 W. Morton. The Rev.
O. D. Reed, rector of St. Luke’s
Episcopal church, conducted the
services. He was assisted by Rev.
Ronald Prince, pastor of Parkside
Baptist church and Rev. Hollis Ep-
ton, Gainesville. Interment was in
The accident occurred when!
Mr. Warren was handling a .22
calibre rifle in the kitchen of his
home, and it was accidently dis-
charged, striking him in the fore-
head. According to information
from Mrs. Dusenberry, the rifle
was thought to be unloaded. Tak-
en first to Madonna hospital, Mr.
Warren was moved later to the
hospital in Dallas and the care ofj
a brain specialist. He died at 3:50
Monday afternoon without having
Mr. Warren was born in Louis-
ville, Mississippi, March 3, 1930,
and son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Warren. He had lived in Denison
Coming this Saturday
opens in Natural Gas Building
to State Fair Texas visitors
Spectacular Fair Exhibit launches
gigantic eight-week gas range sale
in this and over 300 cities and towns
served by Lone Star Gas Company
orators of American Gum
• Miracle of Gold from Heat;
dramatic exhibit of «as refrig-
• Dozens more colorful ex-
hibits showing new uses, new
beauty, new convenience for
your home with automatic gas
It’s a money-saving event
Signs, window displays, circulars and newspaper advertise-
ments hy Gas Range Dealers will announce Automatic Gas
Range Special Trade-in Sale soon.
10years in the making
For the first time in 10 years Gas Range
Dealers are able to offer huge quantities and
unlimited variety of automatie gas ranges
necessary for a sales event of this magnitude.
It’s a big event
Hundreds of Gas Range Dealers are tak-
ing part to make this a gigantic Trade-
in Sale. Trade-in Sale continues for eight
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1949, newspaper, October 7, 1949; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth527908/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.