The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 177, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 15, 1938 Page: 3 of 15

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FIFTEENTH DiST. COURT
R. M. CARTER. JUDGE
New Saits Filed
Lucy Short vs- Prank Short, di-j
Aateaiebile RogUtptloa* ] Sherman, $600, Jan. 4, 1038- | fred Berry survey, $X and oth-' BLD.
A- C- Lupher Sherman, Bviek D. L- Sexton et ux to Billie A- er considerations, Dec. 31, 193T, 7;3o. NBC_Jack Haley, WLW
sedan. j Hainline et ux, lot 8, block 14. J. Ray Stebbins to W. H. Clark, WDAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC W
Hartley Bakery, Van Alstyne, College Park second addition to 20 acres in the Asa Hartsfield jjq WFAA KOA WKY. CBS—
International truck. Sherman, $200 and other con- survey, $1 and other considers- Russ Morgan, KRLD KOMA KT
Mrs. C. G- Hardwicke, Sherman, siderations, Jan. 11, 1938. ; tions, June 6, 1937.
! Oldsmobile sedan.
Exparte: Oiver Vannay, to
y d move disabilities-
Divorces Granted
Zelma Allen vs. Marvn
divorce granted.
Lydia Givens vs. Tommy Giv-
ens, divorce granted and plain-
Realtjr Transfers
| Paul L. Pierce et ux to C- L
; Beckham et ux, lots 6 and 7, block
Mien “ Cooke’s second addition to
I Denison, $1,745, Jan. 10, 1938.
F. P- 'Mooney et ux to J- B-
Hoket, 11 acre in the J. B. Ear-
tiffs former name of Lydia Hen- hart and J S' Guest 8Urveys’
ry restored. i Jan- 1938-
. Mildred Sue Pietzsch et al to
p f .wmi*** ,#TO,»,C Virginia Belle White, 54 5 acre*
Fant Milling company vs Ted jn ^ Grainger McDaniel survey;
Robbins et al, dismissed at plain- and fi7 34 acres „ the L Webiter
S COst VV. H. Garland and S'. Dixon sur-
Marriage Licenses
Roy R- Jones and Clara Ball,
Denison.
veys, $3,500, Jan. 6, 1938.
C- A- Vannort et ux to II B
Jeter, lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, L. C.
Chapman’s second addition to
siderations, Jan. 11, 1938.
James E. Daniel et ux to John
W. Waters et ux, lot 9, and west
5 feet Of lot 10, block 82, Miller’s
second addition to Denison, $650,
Jan- 8, 1938-
Choice E- Greer et ux to Eliza-
beth Lucas, 54 by 107 feet in the
J. B. McAnair survey, $2,500,
Dec. 29, 1937.
Vernon Lee to J. R. Holmes, 56
acres in the Jared McCarty sui-
vey, $1 and other considerations,
Nov. 1, 1937-
Vernon Lee to J. R. Holmes,
east 25 acres of a 45 acre tract in
the S. Carmena survey, $1 and
other considerations, Nov. 1, 1937-
William H- Krohn to V. E
Powell, south 20 acres of eas!
61 acres of 121 acres in the A>-
Following The
Air Routes
6 p. m. CBS—Swing Club, K
RLD WACO KWKH KNOW KT
RH KGKO WACO KSL. Sports,
WFAA.
6:30. NBC—Dick Gasparre’s
orchestra, WFAA WDAF KPRC
WMAQ WOAI KOA. CBS—
Sunset Serenade, KGKO KOMA
KNOW WACO KWKH KTRH K
TSA. Open House, KRLD.
7. NBC—Bob Ripley, WLW W
DAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC WH
O WFAA KOA WSM. Sports, K
Russ Morgan,
SA KTRH KMOX WHAS WBBM.|
8. NBC—Barn Dance, WOAL
WLS WBAP WREN WLW WKY!
KPRC. CBS—Prof Quiz, KRLD
KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX WH
AS WBBM KWKH KNOW KG
KO. t
8:30. CBS—Mary Eastman, K
RLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX
WHAS WBBM KSL.
9. CBS—Hit Parade, KRLD K
OMA KTSA KTRH KMOX W11A
S WBBM KWKH KSL WBT. NB
C—Symphony, WBAP KPRC WO'
Al WKY WMAQ WDAF KOA.
10. CBS-—Buddy Roger’s or-
chestra, KRLD WW LKMOA KG
KO WACO KNOW KWKH WBB
M.
10:30 Orchestra, KRLD WF
AA. Lhasa Tibet, is known as the
11. Dunce Parade, KRLD. ^Forbidden City, because the Latn-
Preston Trio, News, WFAA
MW OfTEN CAR YOU
KISS Ml MAKE UPt
ngv husbands can undmUnU
r why s wife mould turn from s
plenssnt oompsnloo Into a throw
for one whole week in every month.
You can any “I'm sorry ' sod
■rf— and make up easier before
■nairiiseMtan after. Be wise. If you
want to hold your husband, you
won't be a tbree-querter wife.
For three generation* one woman
has told another how to go "amil-
log through" with Lydia E. Pink-
ham'e Vegetable Compound It
helps Nature tone up the tyitem.
thualerbening the discomforts from
rite functional disorders which
women must endure in the three
ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
girlhood to womanhood 2 Pro-
paring for motherhood. 3. Ap-
preaching "middle age."
Don't be a three-quarter wife,
take LYDIA E PINKHAM'8
VEGETABLE COMPOUND aod
Oo "Smiling Through."
Murder aqwtssjr atsriss to At"
contrary, most death* from p*4*~
as are opposed to foreign visitors, on are accidental- The mate *Ms*
is mistaking poison for tormina
_ ^ drugs in the medicine cheat
AFTER 45
Very often at you grew
older your digeative ay*,
tem becomes deficient
and your blood can nut
get the proj -er nourish*
znent. You fee! l.utleae
and w fti out. Try
a §ir j.le bottle of
famous old Hus-
te* ler s. Itsstimu
lating h^rbi and
roots quickly help in
r^vitaii/ir.M the diges-
tive glands. At drug
•tor etc v ci y where. J 1.50
H05TETTERS
Stomachic BITTERS
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Help Kidneys
I Don't lake Drastic Drugs
xb*a
by Cy Hungerforr
or filters wiilcn may be endangered bv
lect or drastic. Irritating drugs. Be cat
If functional disorders of the Kldr.c
Bladder make you suffer from Getting Up
Nights, Nervousness. Leg Pates. Circles
Under Byes. Dizziness. Backache. Swoll
he. 8
; Joints, Excess Acidity, or Burning Passages,
don’t rtly on ordinary medicines. Fight
such troubles with ti. doctor's preacn;
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hours and must prove
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like mineral viUf-M*
forming. Soiluilhl 4om’
the heart.
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need or money bock Is guarantee a
phone, your druggist for Cywtex (SiUw-tex)
! today. The guarantoo protects you. Copr.
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itarts working in 1
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out our EATS ON
ACCOUNT of THAT
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READY TO EAT THE
cake. SO WALTER
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It is ten years after he is jilted by Julie Weir that Ives
Towner goes out on his first fling. Towner, now a staid
college professor who is disillusioned about women, is
persuaded to have some fun by one of his pupils, Brenda
Lane, a daughter of the rich who fancies herself madly
in love with him. He stays out all night, and his mother
and sister are convinced that Ives has again tshen nj
with Julie. Determined to find out, they call on Julie’s
Aunt William. After they leave Julie admits that she still
loves Ives but realizes that it is hopeless; she determine:;
to migrate to Nc:v Yoik with her daughter, Michael
Meanwhile Ives, whose first experiment in gaycty he -
convinced him that he ccn r ise be a brittle young-mac-
ahout-tovn, decides to attend his faculty dance. On ar.
impulse, he calls up Julie and invites her to be his part-
ner. Julie, bowled over with joy, forgets about New York
and rushes about madly getting herself a gorgeous
gown. But as Julie and Ives drive to the dance, she
s-calizi's that something is wrong. Ives is unduly gay
and nor.chals :t and she suspects that behind his mask
of humor, he is laughing at her. Julie is hurt and puz-
zled. She finally prods him to confess that he merely
asked her to the dance to prove to her that he finally
learned how to be super-civilized — that he no longer
bears her a grudge because she jilted him and broke up
his life. Brenda Lane, meanwhile, has learned that Julie
and Ives are together; she determines to fight for the
man she love* and rushes excitedly to the club house.
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