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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 10, 1937, Denton, Texas                              TWO MGNDAYr 1937 TONE Bqovt Pbooe Stt You can buy a PITTSBURGH Water Heater 12 24 montjts to pay Stuart 3 Plumbing Fbxne 41 218 Hickory ERYAR MOTOR IIIMJIIMUIIIJMUW Refinance Your Homes 1 not borrow Dentxari money to refinance yptir Plenty of money All detafls handled I in No delaysl DentoiTJFederai Siyinjt and I Ixiiai Association i Telephone 26 I Lifet Rites for JiGartwright JFuneral services for Cart died were held is Satur day conducted by W Fred GaftiralthY pastor of the First Presbyterian quarr tet composed of Jack Anderson and Charr lie sang Rock of Precious and What a Friend We Have in caring for the flprar offering were Carroll Crubaugh and j Clyde Vernon j all of Eldon Crubaugh Wade all Mrs JEnloir of Grabble Miss Helen Enlow and Miss Waxeoe Burial was in ihe and alh co workers in the city and fight department with were Carl Charlie Davis arid George Among those fronrout of town for the serv ices Bill Stiibbs of HebronV Mr and Enlow of jfibble CURIOUS WORLD POPLARS ARE BEUjEVEp TOHAVE FROM QjnrnKkSs OF A ORIGI NATED ON Recaptured Here A mari charged Jack who with a fellow prisoner escaped 10 days ago from the N jail where held to face car jheft charges filed in Min eral custody Sunday Sher Leon FROM THE BACK OF THE MOUTH TO THE OLD BEING RE BY ABOLJT OF SOilO TOOTH IS DURJKKSA A deputy sheriff from Mineral Wells came here Monday to take charge The inanreidlly adcaitiexi ttf the deputies his ident personally to Moore and they said and they recognlzedhiinas ne went into a downtown cafe late Sunday radio broadcast of hisescape f roar New officers had been days Vago picked nip oyer thelocal police and sheriffs for your t groductfeto visitors viewed Sunday aTternoori the public schoo exhibit which opened Saturday aid display throughto day and ijritU 6 iri east tHe Wl Fine Arts buildirig art classes Ttigii and through six of the Dem onstration SchopC ail supervised by student teachers isex varied exhibit Deludes x charcoal anL block prints crayon school hand carvings and tiedanddried Recorder Asthefiirst weetlof play of the Industrial Leatguei play Mor riSrMcClendonJs Paihwrs are holding down having won two games of two Sharirig top honors Mill men in Leafdc P W MorrisMcClendoh MiUer Economy Firemen WHO ROYAi GROWN OF IN NOT PARJDPNED THE BtST WAS GRANTED BV CHART FS H ALL poplars are Thisfact Js creditedto belief that all those in existence today have descended by vegeta tive propagation from the tree which grew in northern prob ably iri the 18th War Admiral Is Kentucky Winner May having proved right to be heralded as king of the three yearolds with a galloping victory moved on today with Saturdays renewal of the Preakness as his objec The easy manner in which Sam uel Riddles ace Derby be record crowd of indicates of Man of War shbuJd have trouble dupli cating the 1920 Preakness triumph famous and joining the live horses which won both Sir lant King and Bold Venture went on success to win the historic Preak Fall Before Visitors L Pet 0 Priced And Up CJBLEDJTJTERMS McCRAYS JEWELRY STORE Next Door Texas theater Leagiie the Odd Fel lows continue to set the paceal game I last the iNext in line all the other clubs who have the same i u P W L ji o 3 i 5p lilons 2 e67 Mejhodists 1 2 Rotary 12 12 Kiwanis 1 2 33S 1 2 X want aiJs get results GARDEN of FLOWERS Gay as a spring col orful as a summer stuiset Fresh and dainty and very they are waiting for a place on our lapel or while yon doubtless hare already used we remind ytfd if the fashion edict which de a flower on each lapel wfcfa ytiv are It will be f a to see these new tfttjjft irfethfer you buy or THE STORE Admiral should find thePreakrJess easier as signment the by two lengths from Jlomppon Ethel ReapingReward an othejr lengths Preakriess a distance of a and tfiree sixteenths is a sixteenth short factor that the RidqUe colt to cut loose with his famed speed much sooner T OVIES foiAY Crosby and Shirley Ross in Waikiki Wedding with Ray News events Wisdom Smith Porkys Ro mance cartoon Sing with Menjou Villains Big Tinie Pearl of the Pacific travel talk Jean Ar thuVandGeorge Brent ih4More Than a Pictorial Re vue Our Gang in SpooTcy Hoo REGISTRATION OF CHILDREN DESJpNSTRA T30N SCHOOLREGintAR SES SION Parents jFho wish their children attend Jhe Dehionitraiion School of during the next reg ular should room Honsehbld ArtsBuild Ihf on Thntseiay and Friday of May Children will be enrolled for kinderardez2 and graifes 1 throujfh Klrfdergafteh cnlidfen most be 5 years of prior ttf pec Richard Pfrector of Department of PhlloWphy arid Edu i 23 Minus several Dentons strong Industrial went down the an invading nell Truck Line team from Gaines ville at City Park Saturday This of of contests with out of town clubs for Trielocals managed to score in the second frame when Meredith slammed out a honie run to right Then and adV vanced to second from1 where he was brought home on McReyrioIds hit Prom this time the Dehtoriites were held while the vis itors ran their total to The the locals id to and thereby giined a great advantage Errors were also in fa of the visitors as they were credited with only whilethree were made by Denton Adams in the box JOT the but was relieved by Bridges in the Adams struck out nine struck walked one and one Gainesville struck out walked and gave five REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Giles Ida part of Reuben Bebee April Anna Altenan and husband to Martha Ganzer part of Lot 34of College Addition to May GAS tEASE ASSIGNMENTS Harry Owens to li Bur 20 acris of Ayres SI and otier May 8 AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATIONS Chevrolet sedan Ford Wardo Plymouth SchmitZ Packad Motor Ford Jeffie Den Plymouth The changing of industrial mar kets in the United States is iUtte in 1899 Mas sachusetts produced per of the nations shoe output as compared per cent in It heat of degrees centigrade ot melt a dJamohd Wash And Motor 201 SOUTH ELM n PederatfonPlans Tiirrentine Tea JPina plans for honoring president of the Texas Federation of Womens sponsored by was made at a meeting of the City Federation Monday morning in the Womens thetea to be on the club terrace on the afternoon of May gen eral Sowell refresh ments and decorations committee reported progress and This was the last federa tion meeting of club reported a balance of and a debt on the clubhouse of with a donation or by the Shak espeare club andan advance of more on the ex during the summer Hill reported on health and On suggestion of Walker welfare Wednesdays were designated hos pital days and members volunteered to cut flowers and to donate King agreed to be responsible taking the Shakespeare which sponsored soon be opened to the asked that a sign nowon en trance to the rest room in the re moved in order avoid confusion as to told to confer with the Denton branch A which erected the SALAD DAYS HERE AGAIN COOKS CHANCE TO SHOW OFF By ALEXANDER GEORGE Every hostess treasures her fav ite salad recipes as her husband treasures his choicest For there are many occasions when she will need afternoon informal luncheons and French vegetable cutter which costs j with fish or chees cut into about ten French dressing j cubes aIKj piled on lettuce or other was added just before the salad j oreeiis Siftage cheese molds topped with Since tastes in salad dressings va salad dressing and pimientpstuffed j rv jt is best to serve assorted dress olive slices added a pleasing conj ings in convenient May The well seasoned was French or pressed into cups to make round with chilis Roque moids which were later unmolded i f0rt cheese dressings are general onto crisp Numeiousother I attractive salads may be prej Cucumber Boxes c Cucumber for Sunday suppers when the proper jmay by three1 salad wm be thing to pieces of cucumbers and fillj her party i Salads are especially apporpri Naval Continued froni One he All I can say novr static electricity is discharged through the frailer ropes also was asked infor whether that the trailer ropes to the ground came from the of the the fire ocurred at trie stern would rule out the possibility of a static spark causing the to express an His opinion on lighting as the de7 structive was sought and Jie answered Lightning not acomfortable thirigv As for sparks from electrical ma tch inery on board the He said all of it was insulated and pro meticulously No Hearing Tuesday Lieutenant Raymond the yahding officerat the was designated the porbable first witness of the afternoon session and South Commerce Department solicitor ard chairmaniof the announced no hearings will be held This was to permit crew survivors and naval officers to at tend funeral services in New York for those of crew resume Trimble ate for serving in the late spring and They aresimple to They make colorful addi tions to the outdoor table And they are not too filling for ap petites tuned to the lazy summer Tomato Baskets The tomato baskets in the il lustration were made by the skin from the cutting out the core with a sharp knife and scooping out seeds and pulp with a spoon Then the tomatoes were in verted and chilled until serving when they were stuffed quickly with thin slices of cucumber and two sticks of cooked Handles of thin green pepper strips and a few radishes were added as Tomato baskets also are good stuffed with veal or chees they may be filled wiht a mixture of firlely minced on green beans and with French dressing to which a little Roque fort cheese been Beet carrot Balls The salad in the middle of the tray consists of beet and carrot balls seasoned with minced onion and cel ery The balls were made the vegetables were cooked with a ing them with shrimp salad mix tures or just plain shrimps and j White cherries blend well grapefruit and pineapple in a rej freshing fruit Melon honeydew and appetizing served i after they have been chilled very thoroughly and topped with chopped French Tomato are tasty spread LOANS Building Repairing or Refinancing Homes Miller Insurance Phone 7 Graduation Gifts Begrin now to think of May we suggest the folio it ems Hand Perfume Richard Max Harriett Hubbard Marie Evening in Paris and Yardley ToOet VanitieSi Cu tex Body Powder and Airmaid Always include a Gibson Graduation Brooks Drug Store Phone 29 Phone 39 jialxfcage Rumor Grows May postmortem on the once ma jestic Hindenburg began today on the yery grpund where lies the black and crumpled skeleton of her Confronted by conflicting theories arid the threeman Depart ment qf Commerce Board of inves tigation and its staff of technical advisers set earnestj7 to estab if possible what in a few sec transformed thethe great sky queen into a aerial bon fire Thursday As the ihveliigatibn in the giant hangar before which stretchthe Hindenbufg persistent reports that sabotage sent her her doom unexpected support in the internationally known lighterthanair expert Captain An tpni num erbus other theories advanced as to thecause of the disaster which claimed 35 Hves Heineh said he leaned to the conviction of sabot Immediaie interest Tocused on the first hand accounts df the crew sur vivors up to now have been tightlipped what happened on the 800foot dirigible when she was ripped by expolsidns and enveloped in Ross to Train in Braddock Quarters May welterweight champion Barney Ross moved into world heavyweight champion James Braddocks training camp today to start preparing himself for what he hopes will be a profitable Americas auto accident death toll has grown from in 1911 to ap proximately in KEEN KUTTER Mowers UP All kinds of Insecticides and Vigora on Shrubs and Lawns Jacobsen Hardware New Spring Styles Are Here See our windows for the many new creations iri footwear for BRICKEYS SHOE STORE PENNEYS T SELL Because you good folks have responded in such a great way the past four days of our Best Sellers Event and because we want to bring this event to a close with a we are offering you these sensational Tuesday Doors open at 8 Novelty Scrim CURTAIN PANELS 19c 36 inches by 2 12 yards borders of green and Only 75 at this SEWING THREAD Spool Another 50 uozcn to sellTuesday from 8 to 9 Sizes 40 50 GO Black or FLOUR SACKS Large ready for Excel lent for dish Ladies Hats Womens Porto Rican Gown Only 50 spring and sum mer hats to close out at this unheardof low Hand embroidered of fine Porto Rican batiste Huck Towels Bed Spreads huck weave hand 75 only to sell at this 81x105 cotton jacquard bed All 29 inches in stripes checks or plain SEERSUCKER DRESSES SI Just unpacked shipment of these fine You will want two or more of these dresses at this bargain WASH FROCKS 25c These dainty wash frocks will go fast at this Belter be here early for your Mens plain color cotton All Tuesday 46 inch oil fancy pat Hand Soap 3 CAKES FOR iir Pay hand Gets all the Tuesday   

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