The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1942 Page: 3 of 10
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TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY
THE ORANOE LEADER
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larrlajfe of Miss Anita
lorence Cunningham,^ ot Orange
-George A. Lea, son of Mr. and
. lb-*. W. E. Lea, also of this city
• fc>k place- Hew Year's Eve at
. o'clock in the Episcopal
1 in Houston. Bishop C- E.
read the wedding vows'. ,
Only members of the families
i present at the cerdmony-
At Houston Chapel
The bride's attendants were
Mrs. W, E. Lea Jr. of AusTip. and
Mrs. I. D. Anderson. W. E;'Lea
Jr. served his brother as best man.
The bride was becomingly at
tired in a black silk crepe dress
with doeskin gloves and black ac
cessories and wore an orchid
corsage. She also wore an Els-,
enburg dip and matching ear
rings. The bride wore a silver fox
Classification Tft'ages \
>. • per hour
Masons, stone, Foremen 1.75
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Docket No. Tex. 4l-135
DEFENSE PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT...
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KealeiJ proposals add .exited to The ORANGE INDEPENDENT
. HOOD DISTRICT, of Orange. Texas, hereinafter called the OWN-
ER for the construction of NKW HlCTtt 8CIIOOD AND PHYSICAL
■EDUCATION UUILDINti, in accordance with plans, speci-
fications and contract documents prop*red by, and which may be
obtained from, C. H. PACK & SON. Architects, Gracy Jtullding,
Austin, Texas, w|ll he received at the Office of the Drange Indepen-
dent School District, Holland Budding, Orange, Texas until 2 P.M.
_ (C.8.T.), January 9, 1942. and then publicly opened and read
aloud. Any btd received after the. closing time wilt be returned un-
opeued. , . .v-
./' The-provisions of the prevailing wage,Jaw, H. B. No. 54, Chap-
iter45, Acts of the Regular Session ot the Forty-third Legislature
will be lu effect on this contract.
The stipulated prevailing rate of per diem wages for this con-
tract is: . . V-
! Classification Wages
- per hour
Ubestos Workers . $1.50
ttibestos Workers' Helpers .BQ
Jlacksmiths * 1,5® *
Hacksmiths' Helpers 1.00
Hade-grade Operators 1.18%
toller maker* —— 1.27%
rrteklojw- Foremn n 1.87%
rick layers '1,62 %
rioklayers' Helpers 60
ulldozer Operators 1.12%
ablnet Makers 1.25
ablnet Makers' Helpers .50
Sable Splicers -' \ 1.37 H-
Sable way Flagmen
' Helpers ,
Jalyx Drill Operatora
Dement Pump Foremen \
Doinpressor Operat ors 1.12%
Concrete Foremen "V 1.37%
ig Concrete Puddlers
Concrete Puddlers .60
lonveyor Operators 1.37%
lore Drill Operators,
ore Drill Operators,
ore Drill Operators'
Crane Operators 1.37%
Cmisher Operatora ,
Dinky Operators 1.25
, £ Operators 1.37%
~ Diver's Tender
Drillers (Jack Hammer)
"Drillers (Jack Hummer)
ll Dresners' Helpers .
lectriclan Foremen 1.50/
ectrlclan 1.3? %
lectrielana' Helpors .50
Mixer Operators , — •
Mixer Plant Foremen '
Mortar Man •
Pile Driver Kngiueer
Pile Driver Engineers'
Pipe Fitter Foremen
Pipe Fitters' Helpers
Plumbers -— Foremen
jacket upon leaving the Chapel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lea r.« );oth
members of the young social set
of Orange and enjoy1 a wide cir
clc of friends-
Mr. Lea, who is a member of
the U, S. Cavalry, is stationed at
The Wesleyan Service Ciulld of
the First Methodist church met in
the home of Mrs. Jean Langford
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock
for the installation of new ofTiccrs
for the coming yetlr.
Mrs. Lena Hicks had charge of
the installation services which inr
'eluded: Mrs- Forrest McDonald,
President; Mrs. Harry Kiemyr,
vice - president; Mrs. Eugene
Cottle, Corresponding 'secretary;
Mrs. Lovelace Schrieber, secre-
tary; Mrs. R. E. Princc treasurer.
Following the installation ser-
vices, a business session was held
at which time the yearly treasure
report was given by ' Mrs. R. E.
Prince. At this time Mrs. Lee
Davis presented Mrs. Cottle, out-
going president, with a Wesleyan
Service gold piniij. behalf or the
Mrs- Davis gave the devotional
alter which refreshments'-of cook-
ies, sandwiches and hot tea were
served by the'hostess.
The next meeting will be held
in the home of Mrs- ^Myrtle Mat-
tox on Ninth street- Pledge cere-
monies will be held at this time.
City Hail Briefs
Reinforced Steel* Foremen 1.37%
Reinforced Rod Placers 1.12%
Reinforced Rod Placers'
Road Roller Operators
Sheet Metal Workers
Sheet Melal Workers
Sheet Metnl Workers'
Real estate transfers filed for
record Wednesday at the office of
the Orange county clerk included:
Sarah Horne Douglas and hus?
band to George M. Lundy and
wife, west half of lots one and
two in, block "E" of T.. J. Horne
sub - division, West Orange ad-
dition. $35 and pther considera-
Sarah Horne Douglas, and hus-
band tp Deland D. Wash, and wife,
east half of lots one and tyo of
block '"E" of T. J. Home subdi-
vision in West Orange. , $35 and
other considerations. '
Orange Trading Co: to Abram
Bordelon Jr. lots 7 and 8 in block
one of the Link aiid Rein subdi-
vision of Sheldpri survey. $825.
Orange Trading Co. to Edgar
Baxter, lot two, block 70 *of
Amended Sheldon survey. $600.
" Repair Mechanics
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Foremen x '
tors. 1 drum
perators, 2 drum
j —ther, Melal
4 Steatirsjocomotlve) '
Two: men, arrested for carrying
concealed weapons and two men
charged. with drurtkeness, were
the only arrests made by- the sher-
iff's department Thursday night.
> the basic rate
Plans and s]
tile office of the i
« SON. Architects,
of^U.OO as a gnaran
first Ions. Th full amoi
-bidder immediately upon
in good co^idltlon. ><0 rofi
turned later than ten (10)
Sign Painter#- ^
Steam Fitters •
Steam Fitters' Helpers
Steel Workers. (Struct-
Steel Workers (Struct-
Tile, Layers' Helpers
Truck Drivers—4 ton
Truck Driven*- - over 4 tonv •'
Wagon Drill Operators
Wagon Drill Helpers
Welder. Arc „ «
■; 1-68% Woodworking Machine
Helpers. .75 Operators' Helpers
II be paid at rate of one and one-half times
Two* deeds filed for - record Fri-
day morning at the office of the
Orange county clerk included:
H. J. L. Stark to Adam Logan,
a parcel of land in the James A.
McKinncy tract of the Alexander
Calder Hcadright survey, $1,100.
Gladys Pinkston Sattcrlee and
husband to L. E. Ranney and wife,
•tnree acres of land more or less
in the John W. Gentry survey.
New Year's Ball
A gala affair of the holiday sea-
soft was the Mew Year's ball giv-
en by the Sheets Metal workers
Local No. 402 last evening at the
Rainbow Inn in Louisiana. ,v
Roy W- Wilson acted as master
of ceremonies, ably assisted by
"Uncle Frank". Music, was fur-
nished by the Southern Playboy's
String band,, ..
Skits and stunts by members of
the Local and pep talks by the
officials were included in the
merrymaking and fun.
The ball was such a success it
was decided to make it an annual
affair. 1 ■=-'
•^1 red Black and son, Bobby of
Edna, Texas spent the past week-
end in Orange' visiting with rela-
tives and friends. « *
Mr. and Mrs. Ira A. Cripen of
Aurba, Netheriand West Indies
and Mjr. and IV^rs. Frank Potts of
Springfield, Missouri were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reed
during the holidays. * ...
Circle To Meet
The Business Girls circle of the
First Presbyterian church will
meet in regular session Monday
evening at 6:15 o'clock at the
church. All members are urged
to be present.
Keel Klub New
Year's Dance Is
The New Year's Benefit dance
sponsored'by the Keel Klub at
tne Recreation Hall in the Navy
Addition was reported as a very
entertaining and successful at-
DUring the evening a novelty
ntuttbe^ was 'given by Mr. T. R.
Yerby, who represented "Uncle
Sam", two -sailors ft;om the U. S.
coast guard and ~ Miss Betty
Shrewsburg, representing a iol-
dier. "Any Bonds Today" was
played during the number at
which time the actors. took up a
colletgion to buy gum and cigar-
ettes ior soldiers and sailors sta-
tioned in Orange.
Mrs. Harold M. Rice, general
Chairman of arrungcmcnts, turn-
jed tho proceeds, yhlch was twen-
* ty-seven dollars and fifty cents
over to L. F. Bcnckcns'.cin, presi-
dent of the Orange County Red
Cross Chapter, for home defense-
Door prizes . were Defense
Stamp Aibums. R. IE, Roy Jr. won
the first ptize which was u fifty
dollar album with four dollars
worth of stamps in i\. The sec-
ond prize, won by Mrs. W. T. Hat-
chtfll, was a Twenty-five dollar
album with one dollar and twen-
ty-five, cents worth of stamps in
At 1.3. -o'clock the guests, who
had been presented with confetti,
noise makers, and hats, rang the
old year out and the new year in.
vice including congregational1 and
group singing, closing with an-
nouncements and upfnessage by
the pastor, Rev. W. A. Corkern,
at 12:03 a. m. «<"->■* ■
To Give Away
Cooperating in the National De-
fense program, the Pavia Super
Market has completed plans to
give away free $50.00 defense
bond* at regular intervals to their
Coupons have been printed and
Will be presented to customers
with purchases of 25c or over. In
this way it is explained by the
store department heads, the low
income man Who purchases a
small quantity of goods at a time
will' receive as many coupons as
the customer who buys a lot asi
only one coupon will be given
for each bill of goods, thereby giv-
ing the little buyer an equal op-
portunity with the big l*uyer.
Full details of the coftlest may
be obtained at the store, Tony
Pavici, store owner and head of
the grocery department, stated.
Despite the downpour of rain, a
fair sized crowd was on hand at
tile First Baptist church Wednes-
day night for the'Sunday school
teachers' training period, a brfef
period of Bible study and worship
service, followed by a program
of fun. ' j <
The remainder of the qvening
was devoted to a watch night ser-
To Have Holy \
The congregation of the First
Presbyterian church will .begin its
service for the coining yeur tby
the observance of the holy com-
hunion which will follow the
regular worship and sermon by
the pastor, Rev. e-. T./Drake.1
Leo Holy, a newcomer in the
church, will be the/guest soloist-
fOr the day. Hf/will sing the
well, loved composition, "The
Holy City", by Adams Mrs. Mor-
ris Moore will play the piano ac-
companiment- Mrs. Hal G, Car-
ter will be at the organ.
a cordial invitation is extended
to tlie ptiblic to attend.
north orangk w. m. s. -
has monthly -mkktinc.
The W. M. S. of the North Or-
ange Baptist church' met Monday"
evening at 2 o'clock at the church
for the general business meeting.
Mrsi "Jaroy. Weber had charge
of the business session and guve
the opening p.ayer. The various
committees gave the regular
The circles will meet in' the
homes next Thursday afternoon
at 'i o'clock as follows: circle one
will meet with Mrs. J. H. Cun-
ningham; circle two will meet
with Mrs. George Ashcraft; and
circle three will meet with Mrs.
Hargraves in the Navy Addition
Washington, Jan. 2. (AP)
The comptroller of the currency
UKltty Issued a call for a state-
ment of the condition of all na-
tional banks at the close of busi-
ness Wednesday, Dec, 31.
A flying buttress is an arched
brace for strengthening and sup-
porting a part of a building which
rises above the rest.
At Nayy Hal!
Tickets ure now on sale for
Semi - formal dance to be givei
by the Catholic Youth Organiza
tionv January 16, at the Navy , Ad
dition Recreation hall to benefit
home defense. Time set is from
0 to 1.
The Unique club Orchestra of
Port' Arthur will furnish the mu-
sic for the occasion.
The pijblic is invited to attend
and admission will be -$l-10 i>er
coupte'/or stag.. 1 -
Following n 'meeting ot Orange
local No. 2007 House Carpenters
and Joiners, held Thursday night
at union hall, those attending-en-
Joyed an oyster supper at the
Albert Gholson, president of the
local, presided at the meeting.
Rev1, p. A. Woytek, potior of
the Trinity Lutheran Church cor-
ner 12th and Cypress streets, has
announced the following services
for Sunday: Divine Services, 0
o'clock, subject, " "Walking in
God's Presence." Sunday school
and adult Bil h> clasis al 10 o'clock,
S. B. Nicholas, superintendent.
The public is welcome,
Church tif Christ
tmi ti Bl ItTON HTRKKTS
All city and county schools will
reopen Monday, January 5,
making close of the Christmas
Holidays it'has been announced
by school officials, ,
Only one exception to this
plan, was opening of the Mau-
riceville school on Monday, De-
The name of Albert Einstein
has been given to a theory deal-
ing with light'and gravitation.
Your PtTiiinnont l'or thw
Christinas Jfolulays will
I>o nioio tmlui'ul looking'
if yon got it now.
ALL BEAUTY AIDH
PALACE BEAUTY SHOP
Kront Hlreet (0 er A1 e'«i)— Plione -iMI—DIAL
Vonr budget will mean more this year than
any year of your life—Home Defense needs
every dollar you can spare — have |nore
money and time for helping defense by
sending us your laundry and dry cleaning.
Design For Seeing!
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In spite of what has happened Io <i« as a race, we .
were originally designed for a rull and happy life,
Eor tnsfancu, our eyes were de^lened to SEE with,
Not )o sqtilhi, or peer or strain with. Texas State
Optical Company's optometrist has this thought In
mind as he works day after day to give help apt! to
Improve (he Vision of all who come tans. Atnar.lng
precision equipment In the hands'of experts give you
flratlous may l)e examined- Wl
hltects ami may be procured fr.
U iniy be procured from 0. II. PAOK
"" at, Auati
urn of thf
Austin, Texas, upou a deposit
return of the plans and ipeci-
of this deposit will he returned ta each
return 6f the plana and specifications
id plans re-
.. the award or contract will tie
obligatory. Additional seta'or plhns and specifications may be pro-
cured from the above upon a deposit or 26.00 each, as a guaran-
tee ot safe return within ten days from opeftlng of bldH, In which
event I IS.0<i (amount or deposits less actual cost or reproduction)
of the deposit will W'r '
No Md may
may be withdrawn, after tho scheduled closing time for
receipt or bids, for at least thirty (20) days.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to.
waive informalities. ' \ .
, ORANGE INDBPBKDKNT 8CHOOI. DISTRICT
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chicken! For parties, make mock crcamed chicken
this way and serve in patty shells.
(Skip a day before uki K Sunday's
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tables. And like all 23 Heinz Home
style Squps, this favorite is ready to
serve. Orfter several tins!
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1942, newspaper, January 2, 1942; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth220921/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.