The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 306, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 31, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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anAKOK TEXAS, TTRDXKSDAY, nTX-EMBER. % 1041
THE ORANGE LEADER
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The Wesley Bible class of the
First Methodist ehureh met Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. L. Stark en- day tnotlf. In keeping with the
tertained with the annual Christ- theme the guests were presented
mas soiree at Sunset Grove with holiday hats and horns.
Country dub Tuesday evening
from 8 to 1 o'clock honoring mem-
bers of the Bengal. Guards Drum
and Bugle Corps, the Bengal
Lancers high school band, the Or-
ange Tiger football team 'the
cheer leaders and college .stu-
dents home for the holidays.
The club was attractively dec-
orated for the occasion with fern
and palms to carry out the holi-
Hamburgers, hot dogs and cold
drinks were served during the
evening at the "Bengal Eating
Around four hundred and fifty
guests shared this hospitality.-
The island of Martinique has
an area of 385 square miles,
sligKtly more than one-third of
that of Rhode Island, the Depart-
ment of Commerce says.
ADVfcRTISEMfcNT FOR BIDS
Docket Ho. Tex. 41-135
DEFENSE PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT
Sealed proposals addressed to The OIIANGE INDEPENDENT
, flCTOOL nlBTRICT, of Orange, Teicas, hereinafter called the OWN-
KR.for the construction of NEW HIGH HCHOOI, AND PHYSICAL
EDUCATION J|UII.,D!Nli, III accordance ; with plans, speci-
fications and contract document* prepared by, and which may be
obtained from, C. II. PAGE & RON. Architects, Oracy Building..
Austin, Texas, will be received at the Office of the Orange Indepen-
dent, School District, Holland Building, Orange, Texas until 2 P.M.
(C.8.T.). Jannary 9, 1912, and then publicly opened and read
aloiid. Any hid received after the closing time will he returned un-
The provisions of the prevailing wage Jaw, II. B. No. r,4. Chap-
ter 4 f t Acts of the Regular Session of the Forty-third Legislature
will he 'in effect on this contract.
The stipulated prevailing rrfte of per diem wages for this con-
Asbestos Workers $1.50
Asbestos Workers' Helpers .50
Blacksmiths' Helpers J.00
Blade-grade Operators. 1.12 %
Bricklayer Foreman 1.87%
Bricklayers i 1.62%
Bricklayers' Helpers .00
Bulldozer Operators 1.12%
fc.Tbtliet Makers 1-25 v.
Cabinet Makers' Helpers .50
Cable Splicers ' 137%
i Helpers '
Cable way Oilers
(!aly* Drill Operators
Cement Pump Foremen
Compressor Opera! ors
Concrete Pnddlers .
Core Drill Operators-,
Core Drill Operators,
Core Drill Operators'
Drillers (Jack Hammer)
Drillers (Jftck Hammer)
Drill Dressers' Helpers
Operators , „,
Gas Shovel Operators
General Repair Mechanics
Genera) l.ahor Foremen
Glaziers' Hp I per s
Hoist Operators, 1 if mm
Hoist ttyerators, 2 drnm
Lather, Wo* ill
I.e Tourneuu Operftlors
Murble Setters' Helpers
Masons, stone. Foremen
Mixer Plant Foremen
' Workers' Helper
Pile Driver Engineer
l'lle DV^ver Engineers'
Pipe - FUter Foremen
Pipe Fillers —
Pipe Fitters' Helpers
Plumbers ^ -t
Powdermen Foremen '"*•%
Reinforced Steel ForeitH^n
Reinforced Rod l'la'Cers
Relnforc«t1 Rod Placers'
fliKtrers' Helpers •
Road Roller Operators
Sheet Metal Workers
Sheet Metal Workers
/Sheet Metal Workers'
Steam Fitters" ?lolpers
( Rlacksinlt b)
Steel Workers (Struct-
ural) Foremen '
(Structural) -* , •
Steel Workers (Struct-
Terrazzo Workers' r.
Tile Layers' Helpers
Truclf Drivers—4 ton
Truck Drivers—over 4
Wagon Drill. Operators
Wagon Drill Helpers
Welder, Acetylene .
, 1 50
1. C 2
Baptists to Have
The North "Orange Baptist
church will have a watch pai'ty
day evening at 7:30 o'clock in tonight at the church after praye?
the basement of the church with [meeting services. - .
fourteen members present. All members arc urged to at-
Mi'sf J. F. Nuttall, president, tend and the public is cordially,
into an expansion of athletics and
physical education, with emphasis
on mass participation rather than
spectator interest. . There will be
ho curtailment, of football .sched-
ules next fall, or baseball next
spring or of any other sports.
presided over the business ses-
sion- Mrs. M. A. Watson gave
the devotional A rbport was
given on the sa(e of Holland mag-
azine subscriptions., Monthly re-
ports were given by the group
captains, secretary and treasurer.
Refreshments of cake and cof-
fee Will be served ■ alter mid-
Triple L. Class
To Have Covered
The Triple L Sunday School
Class of the First Christian
church will entertain with a
covered dish supper at the
church Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock for members and their
Dick Jackson, who underwent
an appendectomy at a local hos-
pital-several days ago, is improv-
ing rapidly and has been moved
to his home.
Miss Jeanette Heard left this
morning for Houston to visit witlT
Miss Charlene Meriwether tor a
W. M. Teal of. Randolph Field
San .Antonift is spending the holi-
days with l)is parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Teal of Little Cypress.
and Mrs. C, H.
Houston spent tt
Staff Sgt. Edwarcl Bcnthal! and
Flight Inspector Rufus Corrier
from Ellington Field spent the
holidays in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Bent hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mills_,of
Houston are visiting in Orange in
the home ff her sister, Mrs. W-
Mr. and „Mrs. Verle C. Witham
and daughter, Earlino of' Houston
will visit in the home of Mrs.
Will Coyle during New Year's day.
A groyp of employes of the
Consolidated Steel Corporation
will spend New Year's day in
New Orleans to attend the Mis-
souri - Fordham football game at
the Sugar Bowl:
Those making up the party are
Norma Riddle, Squire Barrett,
Bill Rader, Edna "Mae McDonald,
Yvon Garrett, Les Braun, Pot
Miller, Eugene Porter, Janell Ay-
erg, Ed Fitzgerald and Doug
New Year's Eve
Dance To Be
The New Year's dance, to be
sponsored by the Keel Klub to-
night at the Administration build-
ing in the Navy Addition to ben-
efit Home Defense, js open to
The .proceeds . will be turned
over to L. F. Benckenstein presi-
dent of the Red Cross chapter in
Orange and will be us&l to pur-
chase cots, blankets ^and pillows.
A door prize Will be given
Tickets are xfit'ly cents each. ~T
JEANETTE HEARD HAS
Miss Jeanette Heard entertained
with, an informal party at her
home in Little Cypress Friday
evening. •' . -• \
Various games Were enjoyed
and refreshments served to the
following: Charlene Meriwether,
Lula Conway, Wallace Ijlllard,
Darlenc Hall, L. T. tyeard* Mel-
vid Hogan, Aubrey Young, Laura
Belle Meriwether, Adriene Ho-
gan, Earl Blake and W. M. Teal
Mr. and Mrs. W. .Hi Litchfield
and son, Bil|y, of Pittsburg, ]
Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs, Doug
Toole of Houston, aiid Mr- arid
Mrs. W. H. Litchfield of Beau-
mont spent Saturday in Orange
visiting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. xRoy Black and
daughter, Marcyl^e and sfyn John-
ny of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
spent MoWday in Orange visiting
Cahipf ire Sponsors
C'ampfire girl guardians j and
sponsors ,Wi 11 meet Tuesday niglit,
•January'6, 7:30 o'clock in, the
basemeril of the First Methodist
JVtrs. Ray W. Burgess of Port
Arthur Will be present to* teach
the group Campfire1 songs,
Att ovw-tlme ahall be paid at rate of one ttiid one-half limes
the btoie rale.
twid npeclflcatlons may lte examined without cbn!rR«Mi^
« office of ihe Architects nnd^may t>e procured from C. 11. PAGE
SUM, ArehltWU, Orary tlnlldlng, Austin, Texas, upon n iiopoHitl
WILL MEET Tllt RSDAV
The Woodbine -Rebekah L<Klge
will meet in regular sessioti
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock
at the I. O. O. F. half. Mrs- Gijr-
tie Keown will preside.
Lice - borne typhus fever,
which , often reaches epidemic
proportions during war time,
caused only 121 deaths in the
United States during 1940. Most
of these deaths, census records
shoy, were 'in the warmer states-
>eath rates are lowest for pert-
sons between the ages of 10 anfi
15 the census bureau reported.
Only one child out of «jvcry 1,000
in those ages dies annually.
Wew Mexico's birth/rate of 27.7
babies per thousand people is the
highest in the country, census fig-
ures show, with the national rate
(vranten of the saf« return of the plans and nfteel-
itll amount of thU deposit will be returned to each
bidder immediately upon, the rut urn of the plana and specification*
In good rondRloii. No rernnrt on eonlract documents and plans rfi
(t0) «?ays ftfter the award of contract wtlfW
It 6t $25.00 each, as a guaran-
from opening of bids, In which
of jdan and speelflratlons may he pro-
depOilU lese actual cost of reproduction)'
. after the scheduled closing lime for
to reject any or all bid* and to
fc BEATY -
\\*c wish fo | Irniil;,. our,
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ninny rrt(>ii(i /J'«p Iln*ir
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very J'iiit' pnf ioiiH^e diir-
iiiK (he juisi >'<?«!", nil(l
lo wish for eiicli one A
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Ihippy, Cstd-til and Vic
iorioim New Ycnr!
jorie - A1
Front at Sixth Street
By Charles Dunklcy
Detroit,. lk<c. 31. (AP) - .The
greatest*,ni;uj athlol.ie program in
Amerloitt) 'cojfogev history was
launchttil today in the interest of
physical, fitness; and wartime mor-
ale. . ' -•1
The intensive program was de-
manded of the nation's football
coaches and athletic leaders by
Elwc^id A. Geiges of Philadelphia,
newly appointed executive to
Johri B. Kelly, United States, dl
rector of physical fitness.
Geiges jolted the-athletic lead-
ers into action by declaring that
the physical condition of the na-
tion's men was deplorable; that
50 per cent of those selected for
military service could not be ac-
cepted because of their subnor-
mal condition, and that It was
time" the cAlleges and universities
realized the importance of "com-
pulsory competitive and non-com-
"tinloss .the deplorable physical
defects are corrected.' 'Geigses
warned, "our military and" naval
forces will1,be. unnecessarily ham-
pered in the creation of an effi-
cient fightlpg machine."
Goiges* demand was for com-
pulsory physical education and
athletics for all students ' so they
would be prepared for the" ''isror..
of military duty, when find if
Geiges .carried his demand to
the college physical education as-
sociation, which is meeting here
concurrently with the National
Collegiate Athletic association
and the American Football Coaelif
CfT"association- His ptfens call fr>t
expansion rather than abridge-
ment of college athletics.
In response, the athletic lead-
ers ;— who -cattle to Detroit with
a wartime question program of
"what Will be government ex-
jWl't us to-do?" " pledged whole-
hcarttdlj^'lo plunge immediately
Army and You"
Every Texas registrant select-
ed for induction in the Army now
is receiving a booklet telling biro
exactly what the Army expects
)of him and what it offers him.
General J, Wtdt Page, State Se-
lective Service Director, an-
nounced today. \
Supplies of this booklet, .which
is entitled 'The Army and you"
and was prepared by the War
Department in cooperation with
National Selective Service Head-
quarters, have been received at
State Headquarters, General Pago
said, and allocated to local boards
for distribution to their selectees.
The booklet contains only 14
pages. 6 by !) inches ■ in dimcni
sions, and is a convenient size for
tlie' selectee- to carry with him.
The valuable information provid-
ed for the "rookie" Soldier is in-
dicated by the following subtitles:
"In the American Spirit":
";What the Army Expects of You
and What the Army Offers You";
"Teamwork is Essential"; 'Mili-
tary Courtesy"; Your Health and
Your Equipment Must Be Well
Cared For"; "Good Food — and
#lfcjity of It"; "The Chaplain Is
The Friend of Evcr'y Soldier":
"'Promotion Rewards Duty Well
Done"; "The Induction Station";
"The Reception Center"; Classi-
fication and Assignment"; Your
Family is tfept Informed of Your
Proaress';"and "The Replacement
The cover page shows Ameri-
can soldiers on the march and the
contents include inspiring mes-
sages from President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Secretary of War
Stimson, General George C. Mar-
shall, Chief of Staff of the United
States Army, and John ,I. Persh-
ing, General of the Armies of the
United Slates, together with a
quotation - from Theodore Roose-
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•Dip 8 Alleti of eole into ealted flour.
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tin (2 cupe) Holm Cream of Munhroom
Soup. Bake 15 minute*' in bot oven
^ (400 degree* F.)
Helm Vegeterlaa Vegetabl* Soup
Scrambled Iff* on Toa*t«d Roll*
Prodi fruit Cream Cheeu and Cracker*
Helm Chicken Noodle Ieu|* -^r
Helm Onion Soup with Tea*!
■ad Orated Cheete
Tomato Atpk Rla« DIM with CoeM'
•Serve vanilla lc« cream on canned
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 306, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 31, 1941, newspaper, December 31, 1941; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth220920/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.