The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 8, 1935 Page: 4 of 4
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Grady Sutton in
rrrTmc THIS YOUR GKMrm1
Produced by idword Butcher • Directed by John Rohertton \
from the ttory "H#ov#n » Got*" by Florence Leighton Pfelegrof
ltrk W.' t. Sartraff of Oklahoma
From Bonham aa apeclal gueats
of Mlaa Jennie Jackson, came Maa-
d*me* Fannie Jackson. W. F. Craw-
ford, J. W. Hadne, J. E. Whitworth,
and Mlaa Carrie Alderson, all noting
the trim and neat appearance of the
city’s yards, and expressing delight
that the Garden club had acconu •
llshed so much the past few months.
Victor Herbert’s musical score
was followed as closely as possible
in producing the Hal Roach-M-G-
M feature, “Babes in Toylnnd,”
which is declared to be the late
musician’s most delightful fantasy.
The only liberty taken, accord-
ing to John W. Swallow, musical
director of the film, was the
of Felix Knight, draMittt Mp
and Atwater Kent NMHipBMH
iat for 1982, who plajw
and Virginia Kants, wlMi'fMfMjP
“Babes in Toyland,” starring
Laurel and Hardy, la playing at
the Star theatra Sunday and item-
Rosa ohalrasan. Mrs. Orevar Meador,
•u Weet Gandy street, the oamvaa
want to thar following waldenae#,
Mrs. B. U O'Connell. ««• We«
Hem street; Mr#. A..T. Freeman,
conducted a pu-
at the residence of the' #14 West Baarai Mrs. W. M. Baler,
108# Weat Morton; Mrs. T. J. Long,
ange of certain passages which
TUESDAY-WEDN ESD A Y
1111 Weat Morton; Mrs. A. G. Sneed',
ISOS Weat Walker; Mra. A. M.
Brenneke, 1201 West Walker; Mrs.
W. B. Munson. Sr.. 1117 West Mor-
The event ■ ended at the home of
Mrs. W. B. Munson, Jr., 1128 West
Bond street, where she was asaletej
In serving orange iced tea and
cookies by Mesdames F. B. Willi-'
ford, C. R. Hubbard, Hugh Ander-
son, George I-ucklo and W. B. Sen
ter. Mrs. George Morgan, club
president, presided over the short
session when an interesting report
was heard from Mrs. G. Summers,
treasurer, indicating that Mrs. A M.
Morris had entered forty two new
members, and Mrs, Jerry Scott
Mrs. A. L. Ford, who was the.
club’s delegate to t'he recent Feder-
al on of Ga den club convention in
Houston at the Rice Hotel, gave an
interesting report of the session,
which stressed the need of Texas
beautification, tn emphasizing her
talk, Mrs. Ford had obtained so^je
pictures of 1 lie beautiful pool i*e-
cently erected in tiie hotel.
.Mrs. G.oigv Morgan then spoke,
telling of lie. appreciation of the
h.uriy cooperation received from
tlii? Garden Club members, and
thanking each citizen, especially
.day ,i- SeOtt and the Commissioners
for their outstanding assistance
given eacli club undertaking in it's
effort in striving to make Denison
known as “the city of roses." Mrs.
Morgan also pointed out that a new
p.eject will be beautification of the
spot on North Houston avenu"
with crepe myrtles, so that summer
visitors will be impressed with this
C'ty as the “Gateway to Texas and
the Texas Centennial.”
A>. an interesting climax, the
group visited the Forest Park am'.'
noticed especially that the beautiful
roses around the fence have devel-
oped in an amazingly short time.
Among the pilgrimage attendants
Friday were a group from Sherman
Mrs. A. L. McKinnon national
president of ttie Story League so-
cieties will bo a guest of the Deni-
son league Tuesday afternoon, and
at 3 o'clock the visiting executive
will speak at the Waples Memorial
Educational building. Tublic at-
tendance Is invited and there will be
a free will offering. The commit-
tee In charge of the event is com-
prised of Mrs. Frank Jennings, Jr.
outgoing president of the local lea-
gue, Mrs. E. L. Hailey, new execu-
llve, Mrs. R. L. Stover and Mrs.
ELMORE STUDIO IN A
RECITAL AT RIALTO
THEATRE FRIDAY EVE
Continuing a series of early sum-
mer recitals, Mrs. Inez Keith-Elmore
presented her dance studio in a re-
cital Friday evening In the Rialto
theatre. Mrs. Billy Boss played p'-
ano accompaniment throughout the
program, and several types of in-
terpretive steps were given.
Participating in the presentation '
were Julia Johanning, Elsie Stop-
hns, Betty Joe Clark, Betty McCoy,
Tommy Little, Betty Jean Cock-
rill, Mary Elizabeth McDonald, Ma- '
ry .lane Hayden, Catherine Scales, ,
,.s was received yest rday as a new
lember. . i .
The host, assisted by his mother,
served pumpkin pie topped with |
vanilla ice cream. Among the
guesu were Joe Hale, Mrs. J. W.
Lanier and Mrs. W. G, Gilllsple, The
next meeting will be held June 21
in the home of Eugene Golf, 715 W.
STORE MANAGER HONORED
WITH SURPRIE BIRTHDAY
PARTY FRIDAY EVENING
'I be personnel of the Perkins
Bros. S.ore honored the manager,
,]. I'', Danders, with a birthday par-
ty Friday evening at his residence
1300 West Gandy street. Mrs. Lan-
ders received the guests, and the
spacious rooms were opened to tho
EVERYMAN'S BIBLE CLASS
WILL H.AVE SPEACIAL MUSIC
AT SUNDAY MORNING MEET
Tho Everyman's Bible class will
have special music Sunday morning
A duet will be given by Neal Pow-
ers and Evelyn Powers, and the
latter will also appear in a solo
| group, with games of "■12 , bridgf?
Dorothy Carpenter, danc,ng co^h-ising the inform-
Doris Houser, Carolyn Clisbee,
Dorothy t.ouise Evans. Patty Fos-
ter, Peggy Scully, Jane Hornbeck
and Itegina Mary Ki.rioth,
LARGE GROUP ATTRACTED
TO BOY CF,AFTER’S MEET
IN ELKIN'S RESIDENCE
The W. B. A. Swastika Boy Craf ■
tors met Friday evening in the home
of Edward Elkin, 83t West Morgan
Street, With G, B. McKinney, Jr.,
Chief Craftc", in his executive po
j sit ion. A large crowd was attract-
ed and Lieutenant Crafter, Ed warn
Williams and Carl Hubert Thomp-
son gave an interesting report aliou
the Crafter’s hall team. An ovo ■
night hike was planned for June
17 at Loy Park, and Edward Har-
A course of cherry pie, whipped
cream and coffee was served to the
fifty guests, among them being Mr.
and Mrs. Burl Harris and children,
and Mitchell Landers of Dallas, and
Alta Mae Lemons of Durant.
COUNTRY CLUB WILL BE
SETTING OF AN INFORMAL ?
PARTY SHOWER TONIGHT
The Rod and Gun club will hold
a " family” party and shower this
evening, with the house committee
aciing as the hostess group. Gifts
received will be used for replenish-
ment of the club furnishings, and
members are urged to attend. An In . |
teresting program of merriment has
featured the wood wind section.
This was done to ullow incorpora-
tion of a more modern instrument
“I feel that if Victor Herbert
were alive today lie would have
done what I did in slightly chang-
ing the wood wind score to allow
for the saxophone, which was
, practically unknown in his time,”
was Swallow’s justification of his
In the screen fantasy are heard
such stirring Victor Herbert com
positions as “Bo-Peep,” “Castles
in Spain.” “Go to Sleep, Slumber
Deep,” and “March of the Toys,”
and others. A chorus of thirty
picked voices augment the singing
PROGRAM a.. j
(Continued from Page 1)
jambore- in Washington this fall.
nient including the vnrioua types
of engines will be on display with
an expert in attendance to explain
their mechanisms. Window dis-
plays will be placed in many of
‘the down town business houles,
Mr. Woodmansee reported.
Thursday the Rotary club will
give a banquet for railroad men
with a railroad man, yet to be
named, to be chief speaker. Thurs-
day night is “Old Employees
Night” at the American Legion
home. The program has not yet
been announced, but is nearing
Friday night a street dance will
be held in the 800 block West
Crawford street beginning at 8:30.
Mrs. Kelly J. Bruce and nephew, AH people are invited to attend.
Nick Rutherford are in Fort Worth I Ticket .to be Given
may. and will be accompaineu' The week will be wound up Sat- -
on.' by her son and daughter-in- urday night at The Rialto theatre
law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bruce, when the holder of the lucky nun^
who will spend the weekend here in her will be awarded a round trip
fb i Bruce home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bay Blackwell and
infant daughter of Kansas City will
! visit relatives here this weekend.
They will be accompanied home by
111 ir other daughter, Joan, wlho
ins been spending tho past week in
BACK In the —
PAST EXECUTIVES OF
EASTERN STAR GUEST
SPEAKER FRIDAY NIGHT
Mrs. Crystal McCoy, new worthy
matron of the Order of Eastern
Stars, presided over the Friday evc-
ii,ng session of the group. Among
the speakers were Mr. and Mis.
i, mrence Lunc of Oklahoma, past
executives of the order. Also ap-
pearing on the program were Mrs.
.1. M. Cox who gave a recital of
I, lie son-et work, Blanche Mosse
who sang, with Mrs. Zella Stewart
at the piano, Mrs. Ruth Easterly,
Juniaff past worthy marton, gave
her annual report, which proven
RURAL RESIDENCE IS :
SCENE OF PARTY IN
HONOR OF VISITOR
Miss Wybetta Smith entertained I
Friday evening at her ruarl homo i
with an informal party honoring her
cousin, Roberta Wiliams on the lat- I
ter's birthday. Games and contests
were played and a shower of gifts
were tendered the celebrant.
Refreshments of punch and cake
was served Evelyn Andrews, Cleo
Browder, Ruth Badge t, Lucille
Browder, Suivia Curry, Mary Leo
Hart, Lemma Smith, Clara Sim-
mons, Frankie I.oe Wright, Ted
Westbrook, Marshall amt Claire
Trice, David Simmons, George
Browder, Price Turner, Wayne Elli-
son. Tommy Smith, Palmer Mosse,
Howell Williams, Wayne Richard
son and Secii Gilliam.
Mrs. .1. B. Bi'id ndolph, Mrs. Pat
Miller, Mrs. Jerry McCarthy and
Mrs. Walter Herdy are leaving this
afternoon for Dallas to attend an in-
formal house party in the home
of Mrs. Bridendolph's sister, Mrs.
Florence Gooding und neice Mrs.
Mrs. Neil Styver of Parsons,
Kansas, who has been visiting in
tiie home of Mrs. Bertha Robinson
and daughter Clara, 1008 West Main
street, left Friday to spend tiie re-
mainder of the summer in Collins-
ville with her daughter, Mrs. Bern
ticket to Galveston with hotel ex-
penses paid at the Buccaneer Ho-
tel, Mr. Woodmansee said. The
drawing will be held at 9 p. m.
and will not be open to Katy em-
ployees. The ticket will include a
Mr. Woodmansee said today
he expected the week to be one
of the most interesting ever held
for Katy employees in Denison.
Continued from Page One
Federation of Women’s clubs in
The group was called on to
destroy these social termites eat.
ing underneath the structure of
American society and destroying
the sanctity of the American
That honey bees which can but
won't sting have been bred In Bur-
leight. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. George
Plan- were made for celebration ,n,f,nt FHday Dallas,
if Pioneer Day June 21, during
whe'h the older members will be
honored. Tiie program will feature
Mrs. W. M. Lenderman, '.nil West
ilinl street, has as house guest
°’d fashioned numbers and guesls j sister, Miss Jenie Reo Lnoper
will appear in costumes. Mrs. J.
W. Tayolr will be In charge ol' the
•r.ttnttm. A rummage jsale Imm
been planned for June 15.
MOOuCI lON OP
w* MERlf OBERON
FIFI D’ORSAY COMEDY
VAUDEVILLE NO. 4
«*•JlAVtglh lAOlU 4 "hlNtYVill"
CROSS and DUNN
CHRISTIAN CHURCH GROUP
COMPLIMENTED WITH PICNIC
AT LOY PARK TODAY
Walter Bryant, superintendent of
the First Christian church, compU-
m illed t e Intermediate department
w tli a picnic at Loy Park this af-
tenoon. A large group attended,
and informal games were played
Tiie event was given for the de-
partment’, gaining it's quota Easter
KAATYS PRIDE LODGGE
WILL HAVE EXECUTIVE
AS LATE JULY VISITOR
Mrs. T. M. Williams, vice presi-
lent. in tho absence of Mrs. J. O.
Douglass*, presided over the Thurs-
day session of Kat.v’s Pride lodge
1 No. 333, L. S. to B. of L. F. and E.
Business was discussed und p epn-
ratlon begun for the visit of Mrs.
Jamie Barr, of Bar. Antonio, state
inspector, who will visit the lodge
during tho latter part of July.
Mrs. Douglass is attending tho
state convention In San Antonio.
of Fort Worth.
Wins'on Beyers, student at N. T.
A. O. In Arlington, is spending tiie
summer months with his mother,
Mrs. StMla Byers.
Mrs. Ardalh Grant who has been
in Dallas the past few months, was
removed ho the City hospital a
short time ago ami is reported im-
Mrs. J. A. Hayes and ohildern
Jimmy and Ilia Jean of Caney, Ok-
lahoma, are visiting with Mrs. A.
B. Hayes and Ms.- Lula Mae Hayes,
819 West Gandy street.
The ‘Cuckoo” club, recently or-
ganized outdoor activity grup, will
lie entertained with a party this
. ng at the E, T. I.ewis home,
3i s East Shepherd street.
•THE LITTLE DUTCH MILL”
•'CALL OF THE SAVACE”
J. Grayson Little.
SOCIAL CLUB OF THE
ROYAL NEIGHBORS WILL
MEET MONDAY EVENING
The Laugh-A-Lot Club, aortal ad-
junct to the Royal Neighbors will
be entertained Monday evening in
the home, of Mrs. Nora Guliett,
13014 West Main street. 7:30 Is the
convening hour, and members are
purged to attend.
Little Judith Moore, daughter of
Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Moore, sustained
a broken thigh Friday from a fall
• n her home on East Hull street.
I'li" lUtlo girl was Immediately tak-
en to Dallas for treatment.
THELMA TODD land PATSY KELLY COMEDY
A Side-Ripping Comedy
CHARLIE RUGGLES—MARY BOLAND
‘PEOPLE WILL TALK”
Rev. Gerald Miller, pastor of tho
First Christian church, who lias
tu rn in Arizona for his health, i-pent
the past few days here, and left
Friday evening with his son, Layton
for a visit with relatives In San
Mrs. Carlos Johanning is spon-
soring a dance Monday night at
the American Legion hall. Pro-
ceeds gained will go towards help-
ing a Boy Scout attend the World
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
MURDER PIERCES THE SKIES
RALPH BELLAMY—WILEY POST—TALA BIRELL
CHARLIE CHASE in “FATE’S FAT HEAD”
PARAMOUNK SPORTLIGHT—“DONKEY BASEBALL”
DANGEROUS TO MEN, DISHONEST WITH THE WORLD,
BUT TRUE TO LOVE!
“MYSTERY WOMAN” '
MONA r|\RRIE—GILBERT ROLAND
IRVIN S. COBB in “BALLAD OF PADUCAH) JAIL”
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