The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 259, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 4, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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Power Bible Class
The Power Bible class
First Methodist church held
regular monthly meeting Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock Jn the home
of Mrs- Charles P. Smith , with
twelve members and two visitors
present. Mrs. Alex Wilson pre-
sided over the business ^ssion.
Miss Annie Sells gov«T the de-
votional from Psalms.
Mrs. Nellie Long had charge of
vlhe program, which featured
grandmothers Mfes ASWiie Sellfe
gave a sketch of the "Olclfash-
ioned Grandmother." Mrs. Long
and M -s. J. K. Jorgensen ghvp a
skit, ''Grandmother' Tells", Mrs.
W. O. Polk gave' "Too Tired to
Mrs- Wilson presented - each
grandmother present with a beau-
Mrs. Clara Pollard gave a de-
scription of a Christian from the
book "The Christian Imperative".
Plans were discussed for tht
annual Christmas party to be held
at tile church about the third week
in December. The program com-
mittee was appointed as follows:
Mrs. C. P. Smith, Mrs. Nellie Long
Mrs. J- K. Jorgensen and Mrs.
M. L,' McConnell.
The hostess served lovely • re-
freshments at the social hour..
The next meeting will be held
on "the first Monday in December-
•d Time Party
The Hard Time party,-sponsor-
ed by the Keel Klub at the Rec-
reation hall in the Navy addition
Saturday evening at K o'clock to
benefit "the Orange County Red
Cross"Chapter, was reported as a
''huge success." A crowd of ap-
proximately one hundred attend-
ed this affair. The benefits a-
mounted ot $33.75 after all, ex-
penses were excluded.
Mrs. Harold Rice, chairman of
the Red Cross chapter in the Navy
addition, had charge of the pro-
gram assisted by members of the
Prizes were given for bingo and
various contests- Johnny Steph-
enson and his hill billy band fur-
nished music during the evening
•for modern and Paul Jones squarfc
Pur.'jh was served throughout
the evening by the Keel Klub, and
ice cream and cakes were avail-
able for those desiring them.
Plans are going forward ft)*,
tieher a Thanksgiving or Christ-
, mas party. .
Chapel Bible class will meet at
the Preroyterian "Phftpef. nt 2:30 _
O'clock. Mrs. T. W. Thomas entertained
Tuesday Bridge club will meet members of the Methodist Sunday
with Mrs. J. P. Fuller at 1:30 school with a Hallowe'en party at
o'clock. • iher home Thursday evening.
Mardi club vyill meet in the | Malcolm Low won'the prize in
nome of Mrs- Charles Ferguson the\ costume contest. Various
it 2 o'clock- • .. I games and contest in keeping with
Cora Blount Bible class will
meet in the home of Mrs. Steve
3auer at 2:30 o'clock.
Tuesday club will meet in the
iome of Mrs .Joe, Luf;as at 3
o'clock; '>■' ■■Z-- -■
' Nuzarvne W. Si: :8- will thfet at.
.he church at 2:30 o'clock. *#«"
'G $, G. club meets with
Dorothy Hcijy at 7:30' o'clock.
Chrisltian Ladioe Sewing club
*vill meet in the home of MrsA A.
J. Schnitzel at 2 o'clock-' ',
Wednesday" "Bridge club will
.neet With Mrs. Bewitt It ark ley at
Keel Klub will meet in the home
of Mrs. T. W. Ogg at 2 o'clock,
The West Cffange Home Dem-
mstrution club will meet in the
home of Mrs- H^ujjh Myers at 3
.The .Wesleyan Service Guild -of
the' First Methodist church will
m'eet at the church at "ii.i31l o'clock
with Mrs. Mertie Scott as hostess.
McDonald W., M. U. \^11 meet-
at the church at 2 o'clock. ' '
North Orange W. iyi. U. circles
will meet as follows:, circle one
will meet in, the home of Mrsh L.
R. Gay at 2 o'clock; circle two
wjJl meet with Mrs. E. C. Eddgin
at 2 o'clock; circle three wfU
meet with Mrs. Do muni in the
Navy addition at 2 o'clock,
First Baptist cuttles will' meet
as follows: circle'onte will meet
with Mrs. Forrest Clough at 9:30
o'clock; circle two will meet With
Mrs. S. P. Bell, 301 Dewey Place,
at 9:30 o'clock; circle three Will
meet with Mrs. Frank Hougeot at
9:30 o'clock,; circle four will meet
the day were enjoy'ed after which
cakes and .p
ahd liillie HoiT|
Well, 'Mrs. D.
chell, Mitchell, Flora Lee, Doro-
thy Jean and Loreta Caldwell,
Mrs. A. J. Humble, Albert Ann
Humble. Billie Bailey, Malcolm
Lowe, Mrs- J. I. Chester, Elsie,
John Harry and Helen Fay Ches
ter, John Maakestad, Mr and Mrs
T. W. Thomas, Robert and Bryan
Twenty - one new books were
added to the Orahgefield school
library last week-
MRS. DEWITT RACKLEY
TO BK HOSTESS TO CLUB
Mrs. Dewitt Rackiey will be
hostess to the Wednesday Bridge
club in her home Wednesday af-
ternoon at > o'clock.
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GATE CITY GROVE
' Gate City Grove, No. 642 of
the Woodmen circle met at the W
O. W. hall Monday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock for the regular meet
in<;. Mrs. Emmie Fountain, guar-
dian, presided over the business
Two applications were received
at this time.
The drill team, ts requested to
be present. at the meeting next
Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock-
A WAREHOUSE FULL OF
POPOI Pt- 'CeO A'f >Y """
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8fl'. crockctt ST "fnw.onT nx
His Baby's Growing UpN Fast
Rev. R. B. Moon preached his
farewell sermon, Sunday at the
Orangefield Methodist church,
where he has served as pastor for
the past two years* Rev. Moon
expects to -enter a new field fol-
lowing the annual conference,
which convenes Nov. 5 in Hous-
To Be Held In
Fort Worth '
- The-Fjfty - first Annual Baptist
Training Union convention will
meet in Fort Worth November 19-
22. The convention will meet in
twelve sections. Fifteen thou-
sand Baptists are expected to at-
When the convention was or'
with Mrs"- Alex Lott at 9:30 .ganjzed in Fort Worth in 1890,
o'clock; Circle six will meet with
Mrs. Emmett Hubert—
o'clock; circle v.-veri will meet
with Mrs. A. J. Kulhatiek. at 9:30
o'clock. . with a membership of 210,839.
■The general theme for the con-
there were only fifteen churches
in the state that had Training Un-
ipp organizations, whereas, there
are now'more than 10,000 unions
Woodbine Rebekah lodge will
meet at the I- O. O. F- hall at
Both circles of the Gleaners ol
the. .First Methodist church will
Weet at the church at 3 .*30 o'clock
with'Mrs. C. A Crawford as hosj
Missionary societies of the First
Methodist church will meet at the
church. Spiritual Life group will
meet at 2;30 o'clock;. }V. S. C. S.
will meet at 3 o'clock.
The W- M. S." circles of the
West Orange Baptist church will
meet ait 2:30 o'clock as follows:
circle one will meet with Mrs. E.
E- Pierce; circle two will meet
with' Mrs. Henry 1 ,ee Block; and
circle, three will meet tv it'll Mrs.
L. A, Bingham.
17c ROY^L 9c
in hei'k.nhkntly owned
OlTSIWK A MAX! IXHIOK
a tiuyjofl demon:
the tiirke htoook*
IS HONORED WITH
Mrs. Madison Dorrnan, Miss
Nan^y Jane Granger and Mrs. F,.
Speltaxentertained wifh a miseel-
laneou.s household shower, Mon-
day evening, October 27, honor-
ing Mrs- Albert Long, fit the Hlrne
of Mrs. Dorma
Variops games \werp , enjoyed
during thi> evenlngNuid refresh-
ments were served by Hie hostess.
Those present were Mrv M. 11.
Tarter, Mrs- Elmer farterX Mr.
and Mrs. Morgan, ivirs. J. B. Mor-
gan, Mr. and Mrs, Marvin New
ton, Miss Mamie Wright, and Mi\s.
E. W- Newton, Mrs. Alma Lang-
ham, and Mrs. Anna Bell Kwunr
tree of Beaumont. '
Those sending gift? were: Mrs-
Daniel Wolf, Mis. Charles Wal-
ston, Grany Waley, Airs- Frank'
MendoZa, Mrs. Nellie Evans, Mrs-
Henry Dorrnan, Mrs: Australia
Dysen, Mrs. Marvin Cunningham,
Mrs. Bordclon, Mrs. Earnest Dor-
rnan, Mrs. W. W.' Morris, •. "Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Granger of Glos-
ter, Mississippi, Misses Martha
Fae Guhstream, Violet Foreman,
Villa Nezat, Mary Frances May.-
zola, Mrs. Maggie Delno, Mrs,
Clinton Johnson of Beaumont,
Mrs. Louis Manuel, Mr, and Mrs.
H. A- Newton, Mrs. R. D. Coo-
drey. 'and.Miss Ruby Langham of
vention is "Forward with Christ."
Mr.-J. D. Riddle, educational di-
rector of First Baptist Church,
Abilene, who is the president, will
preside at all general session's.
The music will be directed by Mr.
E. A. Scarbrough of . Wichita
Falls- The keynote address will
be delivered by Dr. Marshall
Craig, pastor of Gaston Avenue
Baptist Church, Dallas- The con-
vention sermon will be preached
by br. Charles E. Mtddry, gen-
eral secretary of the Foreign Mis-
sion Board, Richmond, Virginia.
Dr. W. L. HoWse", Fort Worth,
is chairman of the conventipn
• There ar« 10,489 unions in the
state, and each union is entitled
| to five messengers to the conven-
Fr«d Snlte, Jr., world-famed as "the boy In fhrircm lung," smile* Into
the mirror above his heaj a's Jw. looks at his wife iut fast^growmg
Teresa Marie, upon their arrival at Miwui Beach, Fla.,
for the winter^
OlicWarbath Against Draft
Among the martewt\of the new
back to school cottonx, iXtlds two
piece cotton rorduroy ehermble
The tailored jacket ahd .nkirKwitli
front kirk-pleat are good for c
room and rampuH wear. A
tailored cottun shirt is uurii under
BARCLAY ON BRIDGE
By Shepard Barclay
"The AwUorttjr on Authorities"
GET YOUB OWN RUFFS
MANY PLAYERS make it *1-
a matter of hahit to lead
lips whenever they see a short
suit in the dummy which the de-
clarer con ruff. There i - no use
m doing this if the dummy con-
tains enough trumps to do any
necessary rutting of whatever los-
ers the declarer has in the suit,
cnoufch even if he has to waste
some on trump leads. In such a
spot^ It IS better to look around
for other, chances to tike tricks
of your owTi, or in your partner's
hand, perhaps by ruffs on your
own side. /
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TU Will Honor
These Indians, in native costume, are shown with their lawyer, Wilfred
E. Hoffman, at New Y-ork Federal Court, where they appeared in a ease
involving the drafting of American Indiana into the Army. They con-
tend the U. H,-Iroquois trenty of 1784 establishing them as a sovereign
nation is violated by the draft law. Tli.1 Indians are Hurry Patterson
(left), of the Tiiscuro'ras, and Ivaji A. Humham, a Mohawk,
Austin, Texas, Nov. 4. — The
place < f fine arts in a liberal edu-
cation will be theme of a se-;
rles of lectures and conferences
given in honor of R. F. Arragon
of Reed college, who will be
brough to the University of Texas
campus Nov. 6-8.
Sponsored by the University
Committee on Public Lectures and
Keritei tamments, Prof. Arragon is
conducing a series of speaking
engagemfetits for the Association
of America^ Colleges-
, The.Art department of the Wo-
man's club will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
cl(jb house for the regular meet -
(%.' The subject of the meeting
will be Negro Folklore.
MRS. T. W. OGG WILL
ENTERTAIN KEEL Kl.l II '
Mrs. T.- W. Ogg' will entertain
the Keel Klub in her home- Wed-
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
MRS. M. KLIC'K Wil l.
BE HOSTESS TO CLUB
The Fortnightly Bridge club
will meet in the home ot Mrs.
Maurice Klick at 2:31) o'clofcl^.
Scott and Duhon
Offers Cook Book
Of South w e s t
•Southwestern traditions, enter-
tainment, etiquette, etc., take on
a distinctive flavor, different in
many respects to other sections of
the country, according to this new
and interesting Hostess Book just
released. • "
It tells in an interesting manner
just what to do.on evl-ry occasion,
gives favorite eating places in the
Scyithwest and a vast amount of
Other helpful information.
Through cooperation with Tay-
lod Bedding Manufacturing com-
pany, the Sputh's largest bedding
pliint, at Taylor, Texas, jjfcott &
~ PERSONALS -
Pvt. George Leedy, who has
been visiting with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. G. C. Leedy, for a lew
days will leave Wednesday for
Randolph Field. Between No-
vember 15 and December 1 lie will
be transferred to Enid, Oklahoma.
^Russell Calv'o, a native young
man of Orange, who is .a musician
in the marine corps at San Diego,
California, Is. here to spend a few-
days mi a furlough visiting his pa-
rents, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Calvo-
Pvt. LeRoy .Foreman stationed
at For}. Bliss, El Puso, Texas, is
on n ty.'o - week furlough visiting
with relatives and fgiends.
Gat Davidson attended the
Southern Pine-District Council of
Christian Krideavor, which met in
the hpnie .of Miss Nan Ooode in
Duhon Furniture Co- are offering
for a limited time one of these
books to each woman culling at
their store during tlnur special
"Wake tfp'und Sing" sale on the
Morning Glory mattress.
"It is tlie k-lnd of book to which
you'll refer ofttm", si*ysvMr. Her-
bert Duhon of Scott At Duhon
"and although the usuiil price is
$1.00, we are" offering this book
free to you during our Morning
Glory mattress sale." *
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. (Dcaleii 'West.
vulnerable.) • ^
West North East
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2 Pass 4 4
After North led his club 2 to the
dummy's K and th« htart J" was
returned to the 8. North played
his Q and decided at one* that hit
job was to prevent the ruffing of
hearts which the declarer was
plainly seeking. So his rule in such
cases was followed—to lead a
trump. He did, his J, which West
won with the Q- The heart 10
cirme next. North winning; It wtth
Is A and promptly firing back his
sfmilo 1 to the A. The declarer
theK led the heart 0 and ruffed It
with\he spnile 7. He could now
vlote nothing: nioro except to th*
diamond A, so made his contract.
North could hive figured easily
that. If West had held four hearts,
he very likely would have bid
them on the second round Instead
of reblddlng spades, and hence
had probaftly only three. Conse-
quently Weit could not he seeking
more thanf one heart ruff, which,
could not be prevented by the cou-'
pie of trump leads possible for
North to fnnke. . .
If N6Hh hud studied further, ha
would have seen a chance for a'
diamond uift of hla own. After
winning the second trfck, he,
should have led his diamond 7* m
South would have played his f> to
retain his A for an entry. When,
West then led ^jncond heart to
North's A. he cduldliave returned
his diamond 4 to the A, and
Soiith's return/would have li.ni
ruffed by North for the trltk tit ",
would have set the contract.
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Tomorrow's Problem ^ |
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(tJealer: Soutli. Both sides vul-
nertible.) w .
ylng for 4-Spadcs, If South
the club J with the STanU^-v;]
drops the spade J with the
K,/why is It sounder ploy for
hira to come up with his spade A
on I the third trick in preference
• Wh nTO\irnostri:iibRrom rf<l,tr-
ritatrd, tutry dut to cold* or rtuit,
t lnaert a little Mentholatum In
Not* how quickly tt «ooth«
irritated membrmms and. re
ng. Onee you en
went to k«p
tie ointment handy. In (ire er
Tacky Party To Be
Given For North.
The Intermediate boys and girls
B. T. U. of the North Orange
Baptist Church will be entertain
ed with a tacky party Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock ,in\ the
home of Ruth Lnkey on Hart
street. Mrs. Oliver Seruntine ls|
the sponsor. '
Prizes will be awarded for the
Women Make Good Mechanic* &
'v I I
it.UI I i iLKAK bUUK.
Up to sixteen a lad is a Boy Scout, but after sixteen lie becomes j
v« ftrl «co>iti?
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By R.J. SCOTT
( IIKIHT1AN LAMER SKWINO
CEJIB MEETS TUESDAY
.The Christian Ladies Sewing
club of the First Christian church
will meet in the. home of Mrs.
McCorkle in Bruner addition at
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Slip away from achey muscles, stuffy
eniflWs, into sleep. Rub throat, chest,
with Penetro. Folic
ANT thousands of Canadian wo-
men are engsged In the produc-
tion of |he munition* of war In
plants scattered throughout the Do-
minion. They have proved them-
w tHa directions 00 iel™ <0 be careful, quick, lntefll-
the package. Faal double help work
almost Instantly--inside and outaMe. *lgh
26c. Double MM# Psnetro, 36c. heir
kelp work <*Bt workers and they hsva won
' ilgh prslso from IndustrlaJIsts for
heir (klM sad devotioa dtity^
their Worth felit In
airplane and small arms manufac-
torlng particularly. Two pictures of
typical Canadian woman In Industry
«'e shown here. On the reft Is one
Of the many girls wko are building
the cabins of Rolimtbrok* bombers,
and on the right Is a scans In tha
Bren Gun plant where nearly a
thousand women us aaialovsd.
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 259, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 4, 1941, newspaper, November 4, 1941; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth220874/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.