The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 4, 1936 Page: 3 of 4
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m ^ • r* U,,P°Ma W ! Automobile R»gi«tr«tion»
% e*M (Jordan vh. AUc. Gordon. * Jewell John™, Denleon. Chc-v.o
divorce granted. j kt coupp
ibbert Nelson vs. Mildred Ne>, j John T. ^ Kold
divorce granted. * !dan.
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THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
H. O. Gooiln 1, Denison, Chevrolet
George K. Williams, Denison
K. M. Wade, Denison, Ford se-
Vivian Carnes, Van Alstyn*.
I- C. Gee, Gunter, Studebaker
W. H. Atkinson, Sherman, Chev*
Mrs. Cora Tolbert Gray, Sherman,
Jack Potter, Sherman, Chevro^t
Verde' Dickey, Sherman, Ply-
mouth sedan. »
H. W. I-arue, Sherman-, Chevrolet
Charles B White,
John W. Itw, Shaimaa, Ford
W. H. Altman, Sherman, Buick
E. T. Fant, Sherman, CadillM
sedan. I * \
John Odom, Sherman, two Dodg ■
Mrs. Emma Lovellette Seay to H j
R. Walker et ux, lots 19 and 20. I Murcluaoh. president oi the An.-
hiock IT. Perry's first addition, Den-
i Ison; $700, July 29, 1936.
W. P. Kay et ux to J. H. Wil-
iiams, part of 2.6 acre tract. Bart-
lett Anibal survoyf $00; 'June 1.
'J. B. Lewis to J. H. Williams,
tract 223 by 100 feet, Bsrtlette An!
bat surveys; $26, Jan. 23, 1893.
Bankers Life company to Elmer
(fattls, 294.5 acresc, James Coryel!*
survey: . .6,000, June 22. 1936.
Dallas Building and’ Loan asso-
ciation tii J. L. Popplewcli, lot 8,
block 11, .T. M. Binkley addition.
Sherman; $837.02 July 30, 1936.
Mrs. Malin hi R.-sbottom to Grad/
S. Sanders et ux, west halt of lot 6
end all of lot 7, block 21, Steven's
addition, Denison: $1,900, July 31.
.Mrs. Belle Graham to Roy H. Mc-
Laughlin ct u;:, 37.33 acres, Polly
.'nn Boone survey; $1,336, Aug. 1,
1 etican Libeity Oil oCmpany of Dal-
las .is president of the new gas
company which has been granted
cha ter by the State and a permit
y the city of Athens to lay gas"
mains for the transportation of gas
for Industrial and commercial pur-
I uses. The line will furnish
'he Athens Bi n k Ji Tile Company.
< ne of tlie largest users of gas h?
l ast Texas the Athens Oil Mill
f nd other enterprises in tills city
Ti e city did not grant the new firm
authority to lay lines for the dis-
tribution of gas for domestic pur
The Lone Star Gas Company is
the heaviest buyers of gas f: im
the Cayuga field but the fuel for
tile new line will come from sev-
eral wells controlled by Murchison
associates. Preliminary sur-
veys for the right of wuj are to be
Drive SAFELY—Not ReckLuslv
First Stew Ever* Concocted
In Texas Occurred 408 Years
Ago At Galveston, Researched
[ “THAT LITTLE GAME** Iater-nat*! Cartoon Co., N.Y.-By B. Link
DALLAS—Four hundred and
eight years ago the thunderous
green surf of the Gulf cast a cur-
ious cargo upon the white sands
of Galveston Beach. It was a
querors, who had set out to make
conquest of the Mew World, were
conquered by it.
year 1528, and win
- I KMOW iF 1 mention POKER
ro The old lady She'll Jump
All oyer mE .
But 1 tell You WHAT You Do-
I Aint Coin' home Foa AN
Hour on so,- You call
N\E TO COME OYER To YouR.
home For a nice lil' game,
kid HER Along And niakE her
BELIEVE You WANT ME REAL
Gad,- 1 know she wont
REFUSE You. SHE'D BE
mrs — Joe Br • m Called jp" J
(Via joe Brown * what c-.she want"?
MRS. - HE WANTS You To Come Over Tomorrow M&HT.
mr.- "Tomorrow Night? wJhaT For"?
MRS. - "why, To Play Pok£R“
NOW STAYPl GHT 'THeRe ^—,
And don't you SO M()CM \
AS MOVE AN £Yf LAid
till • as OAC m
crude craft, fashionad of pialmetto
• logs calked with pitch and lashed
I together with green things made
of horschide. Sails were fash-
ioned of white linen shirts of
There were only sixteen men
aboard the raft when it broke it-
self agai\st the shores of Texas,
and of that number only four
were ever to come out of the
wild and barbarous land alive:
Cabeza deVaca, treasurer to the
King of Spain; Dorantes, Castillo,
and the first Negro to enter the
Land of the Tejas, Estavanico,
the Moorish slave.
The shipwrecked party found
an Indian dog, gathered some
wild onions, and added the last of
their corn grains. The first stew
ever concocted by a white man in
Texas was cooked and eaten, and
then the Conquistadores, who
were all that was left of the Pan-
filo Narvaez expedition diich had
fanded on the (.cast of Florida
early that spring. set about
building their raft.
Put fate and the waters wen
against them. They piled all
their clothes, their armor, their
weapons and provisions upon the
reconstructed raft and tried to
launch it, only too he tossed hack
upon the beach by the waves,
their goods and chattels at the
bottom of the Gulf. The Con-
jter, biting cold.
The Indians came and made
them captive and the saga of sev-
en years of torture, servitude and
slavery began. These were the
first men to exploi: Texas, and
from their story when they reach-
ed Spanish settlements in 1536
came the legend of the Seven
Golden Cities of tha i.ibola. the
mirage toward which many gal-
lant men were to struggle during
the next century.
The fantastic story of Cabeza
de Vaca and his three companions
is one of the outstanding dramat-
ic moments in the Cavalcade of
Texas, the Texas Centennial Ex-
positions’ greatest show, which is
now playing twenty performance'
each week to packed houses at
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By Albertina Randal
JU5T TRYING To FIND
MY TWINS •
Vice-President John Cactus Garner is to
be honored by the Centennial of Texas
at Dallas August 5th,
An automobile caravan is being made
up to go to Dallas and welcome John
Plans are now being made. Phone the
Chamber of Commerce, 141 or the Deni-
son Press, 300, to be sure to include your
name on the list. * J*
By Charles McManux
YOU - ME S (\LiVt1, ,
mmt No MiTCHiN1 Post (
LET’S GO, FOLKS!
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 4, 1936, newspaper, August 4, 1936; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth735721/m1/3/: accessed October 14, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.