Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on May 24, 1934 · Page 4
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Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas · Page 4

Denton, Texas
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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, TEXAS, KKCOJtlJ-CHKOMil'LuK, TUUKSDAY, aiAX ,24,.1S34 rebeanal for the First Baptist choir viil be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Judfe Ben Boyd will deliver the commencement address for the TTigh School at Palmer next Wednesday evening. The Ewliaa C!MS picnic to have been held in the City Part this evening at 1 o'clock has been postponed indefinitely, it is announced. The Fir* Methodist W. M. S. will be hostesses to the filth Tuesday meeting of the Associated Christian Women next Tuesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs, A. A. Miller is president of the association and program chairman for the meeting. 3Irs. C. A. Spragins will be chairman of hospitality, Mrs. J, B. Blackwell of refreshments and Mrs. J. D. Jr. of decorations. Many Changes Due In Modern Autos PITTSBURGH, May Motor cars of tomorrow -with smaller engines, located in the rear, "stream lines, independent spring" ing of all four wheels and a hy- clutch eliyfoatfog ijear -shifting, were described: today at the American Petroleum Institute's -mid year meeting. A Ludlow Clayden of the Sun 6a Company, Philadelphia, predicted that, "now that front wheels .are mounted separately, individ- •iial springing of rear wheels will =come next. Reduction of wind resistance is now beginning and, with the public accustomed to the new : stream lines, engineers will be able ;"to place the motor in the rear. - IfSuch & change would permit .better springing, place the body ; comfortably between the axles •where road shocks are minimized * and virtually put an end to motor •noises now annoying occupants." Cumberland Women ^Workers In Session Mrs. J. D. Burrow offered the devotional from John 14 at the meeting of the Cumberland Presbyterian Women Workers' Council, held at the church Tuesday afternoon. After the opening hymn, "The Way of the Cross Leads Home", prayer was offered by the leader. Comments were made i?y all present. Roll Call was answered by 10 members with a verse of Scripture. The session was closed with prayer by Mrs. R. M. Dobbins. Wink, Tex., oil boom town, soon is to have its first city park. BuOt Up Strength By Taking Careful Here's ber own account of how Ma. T. W. HaitUn, of Greer, S. O, yn» bcnefttfd by taking Cardui: *T suffered a great deal from weakness in my back and pains in my side and felt so miserable," she writes. "I read of Cardui and decided to by it I felt better after I tookjny first bottle, so kept on taking it as I felt' such a need of strength, and it helped me so much." Tboun&d« of women teitlfy Cardrt benefited tbcau If it does sot benefit YOU. consult A physicUn. Feiv Of Noted Desperadoes Are Still At Large OKLAHOMA CITY, May 24.—{#) —The- slaying of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in Louisiana leaves at large only a few of the most notorious outlaws that for the last year or two have left a criss-cross trail of crime in the Southwest white dodoging the law's retributive "steeL" Names looming large on police blotters and Federal identification cards include: Charles (Pretty Boy) Floyd. Jim Clark, Frank Delmar, Richard Galatias and Adam RlchetteL Clark and Delmar escaped from the Kansas State prison at Tensing on January 19, with Bob Brady and four other convicts who later were either killed by officers or recaptured. Floyd, Galaias, a Little Rock underworld character "most wanted" in connection with the Kansas City Union Station massacre in which four officers and Frank Nash, a convict, were slain last June 17; and Richetti. a Seminole underworld character who became the Pretty Boy's pal after George Birdwell was slain in an attempted bank robbery at Boley, Okla., have slipped through the hands of Oklahoma officers on a number of occasions. Entertains For Mrs. Hensley j Mrs. R. A. Norman entertained with bridge Tuesday afternoon for her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Hensley of San Antonio, who has been visiting her several days. High score was made by Mrs. Elgin Akers and nigh cut by Mrs. Jack Siscor and the honoree was presented with a remembrance. The home was decorated with pink and purple larkspur, daisies and roses, and the hostess served a salad course. Other guests were Mmes. R. H. Evers, L- O. Hayes, C. C. Hoffman, U. C. Traveistead and J. W. Gray. Mrs. Hensley was entertained with similar small groups on Monday by Mrs. R. H. Evers. and on Wednesday by Mrs. Jack Sisco. She returned home Thursday morning. Play Hours at Park Recessed The supervised play hours that has been carried on for Denton children at City Park by students in the physical educatipn and speech departments of C. I." A., under the direction of -the recreation committee of the Chamber of Commerce, has ceased for the present as the students' are taking final examinations at the college. The committee has not definitely decided whether the work will continue during the summer. It is probable that students from C. I. A. or Teachers College will continue the work in connection with their class studies, but arrangements have not yet been made. AMONG SICK Mrs. Raymond White had her tonsils removed Thursday morning. Mrs. L. Littrell, 816 Myrtle Street, is in. Mrs. J. M. Murphy, 1803 Highland Street, is ill. Mrs. S. D. Hancock, South. Elm Street, is ill Mrs. J. M. Shores, Ruddell Street, is ilL Mrs. Fannie Gilmore, of Little Elm is ill TEN WORDS. SIX TIMES. SO CENTS Burr Department Store SALE OF SILK DRESSES 2 for $5 after SUNDOWN UNGLO What a joy to have a new hosiery *h«de to wear the whole summer through . . . with your daytime and dress clothes ... the dark ones and the light ones . . . and glorify them ail. Sunglo Is a rich skin tone . . . it makes your legs look as though they'd been kissed by the sun ... it's slenderizing^ and very flattering . . . refreshing too. We suggest thi* for Graduation Gifts $| Pair 3 pairs . • . 2.85 Wednesday Bridge Club Adjourns The "Wednesday Bridge Club closed itS HtcctiZigo tilivii i-fCtCxrcT, v^licil a, meeting'was held Wednesday afternoon -with Mrs. Joe Reed. Three tables played, Mrs. O. J. Camp being a guest other than members. Mrs. Carl Hoffman made high score. The hostess served a salad course. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Kong, Miss Louise and Dudley King have gone to Mercedes, and "will be accompanied home by Miss Eugenia King, who teaches in Mercedes. Mi's. Leonard Hensley has returned to her home in San. Antonio after visiting her parents. Mr ancl Mrs. R. A. Norman, Tor several days. Mrs. T. C. Dobbins -will go to Aratir. next Wednesday to attend commencement exercises of the Junior High School, where her daughter, Miss -Dionita Dobbins teaches, and accompany Miss Dobbins home. She will visit en route to Austin with relatives in Mart and Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bishop and dfVui'hier, Miss Anna Ray, are in Si ill water, Okla., for commence- mem exercises of the Oklahoma A. *"c M. College, where their son and brother, Hester Bishop, is a graduate. Bill Ardis, who has had a class in dancing here the past winter, hss gone to New York City, vmeie he plans to enter Columbia University to study icr a. master's cie- Mrs. L. D. Rucker of Plainview is the guest of her niece, Mrs. W. A. Wilson. - Messrs, and Mines. Holford Russell, Martin Kornblatt, W. P. Brooks and R. E. Jackson attended a Shrine dance .in Dallas \7edesctey night. Shirley Simons, architect ot Tyler, is here .on business relating to the C. I. A. dormitory to be bunt. Waller Killed, Man Arrested TRINITY, May 24.--GP)—E. Will Splettstoesser, 55. railroad clerk, was charged with murder today after the death of Edward Rex Waller, 34, candidate for State Treasurer. Splettstoesser met Waller in front of the post office here yesterday and shot him several times. Officers were told the- trouble resulted from Splettetoesser's belief that Waller had been paying attentions to one of his daughters. Waller was wounded in the chest and legs. Rushed to a hospital at Houston, he" died as surgeons prepared to operate. 10 Texas Convicts Given Release AUSTIN, May 24.—WJ—Governor Miriam A. Ferguson today ordered the release of 10 Texas convicts. Irving Loggias, sentenced in June, 1927, to 22 years impjrisonment, received a conditional Dardon. He was convicted in Throckmorton. Stonewall, McLennan, and Stephens Counties of .theft, burglary, burglary of a private residence at night and chicken theft. General paroles were granted to Jesus Perez, convicted in El Paso County in January, 1933. of bur., glary and sentenced to two years; Justo Ramirez, El Paso County, January. 1933, burglary, two years; Jesus Saldana, Webb County, November. 1932, theft, two years; Antonio Rebellosa, Zavalla County, May. 1933, burglary, two years; Tony Ross, Lamar County, June, 1932. forgery, four years; Juan Rodriguez. Cameron County, violating liquor law, one year; Gerardo Zamara, Hidalgo " County, violating liquor law. one year; Gerado Za- niara, .Hidalgo County, December, 1927. robbery with fire arms, 40 years, and John Mendeola, Williamson County, May, 1933, burglary and theft of a motor vehicle trailer, two years. Youth Held After Fatal Motor Crash BEAUMONT, May 24.—{/P>—A youth who drove an automobile hi which his_mother and sister and a man were killed, was held here in jail today, charged with driving while intoxicated and facing possibly other charges. Jesse A. Koen drove the car which crashed into a concrete culvert, killing his mother, Mrs. Irene Koen, and Es sister, Miss Nellie Koen, and a Captain Brewton, all of Port Arthur. RALEY HEADS OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY BRISTOW, Ok.. May 2i— (S 3 )— Dr. John W. Raley of Bartlesville has accepted the presidency of the Oklahoma Baptist University at Shawnee, a position tendered him by the board of trustees after Rev. Hale V. Davis resigned because of ill health. • Fax Caught by Hand MIAMI, Fla.—J. K ,J3cks caught a fox with his bare hands—and 'came off with nothing worse than t a few bites and scratches. His au- ; tomobile struck the beast on a' highway, knocked the'breath out of; it and Jacks seized it before it had fully recovered. J Cupid's Business Rushing RALEIGH, If. C.—Marriage licenses issued in North Carolina during the last half of 1933 were more than twice the number for the same period of 1932. During the last half of 1932 fees paid the state for 6.458 licenses amounted to $19,373 in contrast to $41,994 for 13,988 issued in the last half of 1933. FREE CLINIC Dr. J. B. WHITE Specialist From California For One Week Arrangements have been made for i a free clinic to be held in Denton at the offices of Dr. R. W. Zilar one week beginning Monday, May 28. Latest equipment developed by the profession -will be used including a scientific and. proven modern instrument—a combined diagnostic and treatment instrument for internal diseases that Iras made a record for positiveness, surety and safety In the -practice of the healing aits. THE SANASCOPE The diagnostic unit of this instrument is known as the "San- ascope of Nicholin," and through it a complete detailed analysis of bodily conditions can be made in a manner that will show the true cause of .any existing diseases whether they may be of the simple type of those of a more serious nature, such as tuberculosis, internal cancers, tumors, etc. It diagnoses positively and accurately the condition of the various internal orgaas of the body, makes a bacterial analysis of the blood stream and indicates definitely the method of treatment to use. THE SOMA-RAY The Soma-Ray is the treating urn which has been proven positively efficient in the treatment of acute, chriyic, general and special diseases. Through it, all diseased condiUions can be treated at-the same time, regardless of how many there may be. It produces stimulation of the Endocrine Glands, building up vitality and resistance to disease. The use of the Soma-Ray is safe for patients of all ages and certain in action. Soma-Ray treatments , are pleasant and effective. Combining Soma-Ray with Colonic Irrigations and other Physiotherapy units we have at our command .•will assure you (beneficial treatments that will produce results in a sur- j Diisingly short time. j The OSCILLOTONOMETER Another diagnostic instrument we have recently installed, the "Os- cillotonometer of von Recklinghausen" will also be used free of all charge. This instrument applies exclusively to the diagnosing of lesions of the heart and blood vascu- ! lar system such as "Failing Myo- ! cardium, Incipient Hypertrophy,! Aortic Insufficiency, Cardiovascular t Strain,. HyperpiesJa—a condition of j arterial tension existinig prior to i cardio-vascular changes, Hardening | of Arteries, Thyroid Intoxication, etc." CLINIC MAY 28 TO JUNE 2 The Clinic will te lield for "one week from May 28 to June 2, during which time you may have an examination for yourself, or any member of your family, made free of all charge or obligation the first four davs. (A SMALL CHARGE THE LAST TWO DAYS. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY). Tell your friends of this opportunity. Appointments must be arranged in advance through these offices, and are limited because of' the time required for each examination. Phone 203 w or write for an appointment for your FREE examination. REMEMBER—No charge the first four days. RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF DR. J, B. WHITE Dr. J. B. White, chief Technician and Diagnostician for the Soma- Ray Research Laboratories, San Franci&co, California, will personally examine you, give you a POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS, and tell you a score of other things you wish to know. He offers you a FREE service unsurpassed by none. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT AT ONCS. DR, R. W. ZILAR Denton, Texas, Phone 203 THE LAST ROUND-UP There's everything thrilling about thi* sale! The Fashions! The Colors! The Price! No matter how much money you usually spend for summer dresses, YOU CANT FIND BETTER BARGAINS THAN THESE. For everything that's new and smart for summer is here in all its glory. DONT MISS A SINGLE ITEM LISTED IN THIS SPECIAL EVENT. UlMt LUl Get in on this sale of Prints, Crepes and Chiffons. One lot of SPRING PRINTS, were $7.50 and $8.50, now.... One lot of SPRING and SUMMER PRINTS now One lot of LACES and ORGANDIES, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 values, now One lot of SPRING CREPES, CHIFFONS and SHEERS now $4.95 U40FF $3.95 1-4 OFF For Sports-For Sfreet-For Evening <> One lot of DARK CREPES and PASTELS now One lot of LINEN SUITS in all colors, now One lot of WHITE SUITS t and DRESSES now 1-2 OFF 1-4 OFF 1-4 OFF ONE LOT OF EVENING ANOTHER LOT EVENING DRESSES DRESSES Take Your Pick Of Any Choice These Are All New Aud " Really Worth the Money ONE-HALF OFF. ONE-FOURTHOFF -HALF OFF THE HEAD AN GOING AT ONE- HALF PRICE! Here's a chance to buy 'a glove and bag to match any dress you may have—. / 69cAndUp REAL BUYS IN GIRDLES, BRASSIERES $1.98 49° One lot of GIRDLES that are real good buys at BRASSIERES, $1.00 and $1.95 values, now 25 STEP-IN SETS, dainty and nice, $3.50 values, now _ HOSE MAKE FINE GRADUATION GIFTS We have only a few listed at this price—see them! One of our best valuCvS, selected especially for this occasion are on sale for this event only, for ; 69e BLOUSES, $1.00 value*, now 49c SKIRTS, $1.95 values, now . 98c THE VANITY SHOP "THE SHOP OF PERSONALITY", EAST COURT SQUARE DENTON, TEXAS

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