The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 46, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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"" v £ ORAX(rR?TEXAS, MONDAY, FKBRT* AR'Y 23, 1042
TIIE ORANGE LEADER
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Dance Saturday Night
About six hundred .people at-'1*
tended the USO dance sponsoredi WEST ORANGE CIRCLES
by the ship fitters of the Consol-j*® MEET AT CHl'RCH
idated Steel Corporation Ltd. here The three circles of the Wo-
on Saturday night from 8:30 until [man's Missionary Society of the
12 o'clock at the USO buildinp. w«t Oranfic Baptist Church will
Sam Genaro and his orchestra
from Beaumont furnished music
for the occasion. Tap / dancing
and community singing were fea-
tures of the program. The festiv-
ities opened with the singing of
"America" and ' closed with the
singing of "The Star* Spangled
meet fn: Joint session at the
church on Thursday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock, Members of Circle
Two will pre,sent" the RoyaHSer-
vice Jesson and Mrs. Carroll
Bishop, president, will eondilct
the business session.
WAR ACTIVITIES PROGRAM
GIVEN AT PRAIRIE VIEW
A large crowd was reported in
attendance a,t the War Activities
program given ^riday evening in
—[the auditorium of Prairie View
School. Proceeds will benefit
soldiers from the Prairie View
community. ~ l—....
The program follows: ''Honey-
bunch", song and aance, Alia ma-
rie Wallace; Military tap. Betty
Rose Waneck, Dorothy Hender-
son, Florence Mine Thome and
Patricia Barnes: Military tap, La-
vangie Prejean, Dorothy Hender-
son, Betty Griffith and Shirley
The men's Gulf Glee club sang
a program if old and new songs,
KLAN HI.I B MEETS
WITH MRS. DECKER
Mrsv Ross Decker was hostess
to members of the KInn Klub on
Wednesday afternoon at her
home. The Washington's birth-;,
theme was carried out In the dec-
orations and j.n . the refreshment
course of cherry Ice cream,
hatchet shaped sandwiches,
miniature log shaped cakes ,
Those attending were Mes
dames Grover Squire, J. B. Mi-
nor, Jeff Mauldin, Billy Knight,
Jake Hudson, Pete Bordelon. M
M. Pritehftt, Eddie CourviUe and
Parent - Teacher Association of
Anderson School meetirjg at the
school at 3:30 p. m.; Executive
board meeting at the school at
2:30 p. m.
Woodmen Circle meeting at the
rcd IW. O W. JUall at 2:30 p. m.
and j Woman's' Wesley Bible Class of
I the First Methodist Church meet-
ling in the home of Mrs. F. A. Har-
ris at 7:30 p, m.
Top Deck Club meeting in the
home of Mrs. E. R. Sitton at 2:l.r>
the home of Mrs. Charles Fergu- Official# ®f th# p. S.
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O'N**! at 3:30 p. m.
Wesleyan Service Guild of the!son at 3 p. m
First Methodist Church meeting j Parent - Teacher Association of
in the home of Mrs. Fred Rich- West Orange SchooT'meeting ut
ardson at 7:30 p. m. the school at 2:30 p. m .
Career Girls Club meeting at, Literature Department of the
the Orange County Coiju t Mousje I Woman's Club meeting at the
at 8:30 p. m. ■ jclub house at 3 p. m.
FRIDAY '"r I Stetson Club meeting at Capi-
Friday Sewing Club meeting at stran<r~ti*fe_aL8^30 p. m.
corps have be*n tin the
of Texas campus to sign
students for future
juniors and five „
remain in school until thay
finished their degree wc
will then be called in'
r - ■ ,p. m. / ■
two visitors, Mrs. Orin PevetoTUESDAY
and Mrs./ A C Hester. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting
It was announced that a mem- L ,h,. home of Mrs. D. K Roach
ber, MrS. Alviji Caywood, would
MRS. W. L- CASE IS
IIONOREE FOR PARTY
Mrs. W. L. Case was honored at
a surprise birthday party on Fri-
day .afternoon, February 20, with
Mrs- S. J. McGee as hostess at
The living rOom was attract-
ively decorated with flowers
which were presented to the hos-
tess by her guests. Many lovely
gifts were received by the hon-
Mesdames Joe Jefferson, Frank
Mayfield, Fred Jones, W. A. Gid-
con, W. E. Reynolds, A. Garrett,
Pete Lausen, Will Fountain, C. B.
Payne, Fannie Richardson, W. B.
Terry, Annie Cheatham, J. C
Bouehe, John Thompson, IS Beas-
ley, Emma Sivage, Henry Crew,
Dave Journeay, Jr., A. J. McKen-
zie, Meade Graves, W. E. McCor-
quodale, Brannon, Kenneth Mark-t
ham, Lane Harris, Irene Hunt, E.
A. Stobart, M. A. Watson, M. A.
.Bravb, Henry Pachar, H. T. Foun-
tain, H. U. McGill, Alex Lott,
Alice Cruse, Emmett Hubert, Miss
Of interest here is the an-
nouncement of the marriage of
Miss Noimu Joe- Sterling, daugh-
ter _ of the Rev. and Mrs. Don
Sterling of McLeWis community,
to Mr. Oscar Marion Williams,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wil-
liams of Gueydan, La. The wed-
ding took place on Saturday, Feb-
ruary. 14, in the- home of the
The ceremony was performed
with the bride's father officiating
before an improvised altar of
fern and stephanotis flanked with
wrought Hon candelabra and bas-
kets of while gladioli.
Preceding the ceremony Mi's,-,
W. F Towns sang "I Love You
Truly" with Mrs. Dudley Smith,
Miss Louise Heard Of Gueydan,
La., was maid of honor. She wore
an orchid taffeta grown with a
square neckline and full floor
length skirt, and carried a bou-
seven young women employes of! - ,
V, ... y, . r* ., 'leave Oiange /soon to mak
the Gulf OH Company sang s«-v-| )m ^ 1 nt.
eral numbers and Ruby Scheni-, rfub meeting will be
per rendered two solos ,,,,. In Wednesday afternoon at
English and one in Spanish. D- , ,[, , . _ , M....
p. , ... two o clock at the home ol Mrs.
Williams ol Port Arthur sang one
. - Jeff Mauldifi.
solo. , |
Cake Walk was won by
at 3 p. m.
Dorothy LeeUEJurk. Judges
the contest wofo C. M, Lovel
Kibbe and Mr. Robertson-
glass "pig" with $1.50 inside
1 H-1TO MEET TONIGHT
The njonthly meeting of
was Broadcasters' Class of the
Tuesday Afternoon bridge
meeting in the home of M
Fuller at 1 30 p. m.
Mardi Club meeting in tl/e home
of Mrs. Doug Peterson at 2:30
Woman's Missionary Society of
the Church ol the Na/.ayene meet-
ing in the church at 2/S0 p. m
Easy Aces Bridge Cfub meeting
in the home of Mrs./Frit/ l.ee at
Cora Blount Bible C lass of tin
won by J. B. Correia of Port Ar- i<.>ranga Baptist Church will be
tliur. An old time fiddler's exhi- h,.|d tonight at 7:30 o'clock in ...
bition closed the program. home of Mrs. Bert Martin in'I'irst Christian t hureh meeting in
Kenneth Goodlad W;is master of j iJruner Addition. Mrs. Liu Sell,
ceremonies. chairman, will preside.
IIANQI'ET PLANNED BY
BAITIST YOUNG PEOPLE
Plans for a banquet to be given
Saturday, March 7, were made at
the regular meeting of the young
and Mrs. E. F. Lee and
people of the North Orange Bap-I three daughters, Barbara ^ Jean,
tist Church on Sunday evening at|Juanita and Ernestine of Gulves-
stwft' "o'clock at the church.
Miss Dorothy White. Sam Par-
ish Cooper: Kermit Tandberg and
Miss Winifred Ready compose the
program committee. Miss Carol Jo
Colburn-aiKl Miss Mary McMahon
are on the'-food cwmmittee.
Cecil Baxter, Anne McKenzie and icluct peach gladioli.
Jerry McGee. I 'r,1° llrir'e wore a white slipper
COLD THE AIR
When cold clogs your nose with eniffly j streamers-
BtuffincR*—get quick relief the famous '
I'onetro Nose Drop 2-drop wuy. U«'<1 as
directed— helps open up cold stuffed niisal
pussages. Eargo supply coMs only 25c.
satin gown with a sweetheart
neckline, three quarter length
fitted sleeves, a basque waist and
full skirt. The finger-tip veil
was attached to the halo which
was studded with seed pearl. She
carried an arm bouquet of white
carnations with white ribbon
IlltlN'fi THIS Al>!
It Ik Worth $1.00 On Any
Itadio Set I I'lv!
FOR fttttSR Delivery
All Kind# ItarlK-rwj
Tali lew KorLaillcH
The bride's mother wore a black
and pink reditigotc and a pink
carnation corsage. The bride-
groom's mother was attired in
navy and white and wore a cor-
sage of white carnations.
After the wedding a reception
was held for relatives and close
friends. The couple then left on
a wedding trip to Lake. Charles,
La,...and other points.
Mrs. Williams was educated at
Southwestern institute in Lafay
eUe*™ La and ~SF TvTary
Mr. Williams attended Pre-Mcd
School at Louisiana State Univer-
sity and is now employed at the
Consolidated Steel Corporation
Ltd. here- The couple are residing
at present with her parents on the
ton, Mrs, Milton Witt and son of
Daisetta and Mrs. Helen Boehme
and daughter of Galveston
visiting here in the home of
and Mrs. C, A, Boehme.
the home of Mrs. Frances Harris
at 2:30 p. m.
Chapel Bible Cliisa meeting in
the- Presbyterian Chapel at 2:30
G, S. O. flub' meeting in the
home of Miss Dorothy Hagy at
7:30 p. m
Music Department of the Wo-
man's Club meeting at the club
house at 7 p m.
Teias Campfire girls meeting in
are I Methodist scout hut at 4 p. m.
Mr. Tanda Campfire girls meeting in
the home of-Miss Carolyn Ann
'|Archer at 3.30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY • |
Wednesday Club meeting in the
home of Mrs John W. Hart at 1 j
Auliek-Club meeting in the
Mr; and Mrs. Hunter Huddle of home of Mrs. John Gainey at 2:30
Lake Charles, La..' vi'sited here I p. m.
I Sunday in the home of Mr. and j Keel Klub meeting in the home )
J Mrs. M. B. North- j of Mrs. Tom Yerby at 2 p m-
j Klan Klub meeting in the home
' Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Griffin j of Mrs. Jeff Mauldin at 2 p. m.
(of Orange spent Sunday in Vin-I First Methodist Choir meeting
ton. La., with Mrs. Griffin's par-1at church at 7:30 p. m.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Blanch-1 Odako Campfire girls meeting
ard, . ~~ jat log cabin at Little Cypress
school at 4 p. m.
Mrs. Eugene Cottle and ehH- THURSDAY
dren, Beverly and David Ken- Woman's Auxiliary of the First
neth, accompanied by Mrs. Myrtle Wesbyteriaii Church meeting at
jMattox, are spending several days the church at 3 p. m
'in New Iberia. La. in the home of 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Knause.'
Mrs. Mary Weber of this city
spent JjSaturday night and Sunday I
if^ Houston with
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Home Repair Service \
with a full line of
1111 Park Ave., Dial 4379
SIGNS "O" LIFE
Commercial — Bulletins
Geo. K. Dunham, Hole Owner
TODAY & TOMORROW
A ROUND-UP OF
MADNL'SS AND MILODY!
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SALES and SERVICE
Qf KART DIAL OOiO
91 tinRBi T °
On Laundry & Cleaning
SUITS, C. A P-
(Ca3h & Carry) , 65c
J DRESSES, CAP.
(Cash & Carry) 65c
15% Off Cash & Carry
407 Fourth Street
Next To Bus Station
Carl Hofl A
'HKtM O\ KH BV pori L.ta
HKQIKKT Tltrtt Till'
MARCH 2M . THE
DK.V«AL WHX OffSl
It A. M. DAIM
HXCKPTIVtJ HI XDAVH . , "
I I*. M.
ItAItnAriA STANWYCK^ co-star
ring with Clary Cooper as tlio night
comedy, "Ilail ofFireT
become a missionary to Chlaa. and
taaglit Sunday School to pavo the
way. That was la Drooklyn. where
she was horn Kuby Stevens, July
10. of Scotch-Irish parents, and
where she attended grade and lilgb
schools, with membership In the
latter on the girls' basketball team
and In the school dramatic club.
Hnr early ambition to mlsslonlxe
foreign parts gave way to desire to
become a professional dancer, but
the family lacked funds for ber
training; so Barbara became first
an office girl, then a pattern cutter;
to earn money for instruction. At
15, she won a place In the chorus
of the Zlegfeld "Follies," gradu-
ating thence to George White's
"Scandals," the Strand Hoof and a
stage play, "Tho Noose." Tho fa-
I Torable attention gained In a small
part In tho-'lafler play won ber
later the role of nounie In the hit
play, "Burlesque," which estab-
lished her as a star, won her a film
contract effective at the conclusion
of the play's long run. She ap-
peared first in "The Locked Door,"
J829. Miss Stanwyck In private
life Is a partner of Mrs. Zeppo
Marx In the Marwyck Ilancb, wtilch
raises blooded honiei for the mar-
ket. She Is married to Hobort Tay-
lor and has an adopted s«n, Dion.
Thursday Club meeting in the
home i>!' Mrs. Graham Sexton at
2:3(1 p- iri
Miss Mabel, Dees of Lake Char-J Woman's Missionary Union of
the West Ortmge Baptist Church
meeting at the church at 2:30
Woodbine Hebekalis meeting at
the I. O. O. F. Hall ^it 7:30 p. m.
les, I,a , spent the weekend here
with Mrs. A L. Dees, Mrs- Wilmer
Steidley and Mrs. G. L. Cade.
of her son, W
Will A. Steidley of Shreve-
A. Steidley Jr., and
Miss Carol Jo Colburn, a mem-
ber of the Stetson Club, who re-
cently graduated from Chenler's
Business College in Beaumont,
has been employed by the Texas
Creosote Company, it was an-
Mr. and Mrs li. E. Roy, Jr. and
daughter, Sheila, of the Navy Ad-
dition, spent the week-end in
Lake Charles, Louisiana with rel-
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Galdreath
had as their week-etid guests Mr.
and Mrs. Emerson Griffin of
Houston and Mrs. Galdreath's |)ar
ents. Mr. and Mrs.
Service of the First Methodist
Church meeting at the church at
3 p. m ; Spiritual life program at
*;aO. p. m. at the church. \
Woman's Missionary Union of
the North Orange Baptist Church
meeting at the church at 2:30 p. m.
Woman's Missionary Union of
the First Baptist Church meeting
al the church at •'! p. m.
Mis. Oswald Aucoin and Neal
ICskew's classes of the First Meth-
odist Church meeting for a party
In the church basement at 7:30
Woman's Missionary Union of
the McDonald Memorial Baptist
Church meeting at the church at
2 p. m.
Circle One of the Gleaner? of
the First Methodist Church meet-
AIX KIKKT BI N PICTURES
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sims of the
Navy Addition spent the week-
end with friends in Opelousas,
Mr and Mrs A. J. Willey and
son, Wendell, and Mrs. Willey's
sister, Miss Edna Muriel Brown,
spent the past several days visit-
ing with relatives in Rosenborg,
R. L. Redding | ing at the home of Mrs. Charles
Crawford at 3:30 p m.
Circle Two of the Gleaners -of
the First Methodist Church meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. J. C
lt)llT WORTH WOMAN' KITH:
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Snow bad as
their guests Sunday, Mr, and Mrs
Garland Austin of Vldor.
It is odd but true, according to
the Census, that there are more,
men with wives in the UiJit*o
State* than there are women Wltn |
husbands. The explanation • is'
that many male immigrants have
Wives who di> not uecomi>any I
them t6 this country. j
f' l LOST 52 LBS?!
|lN FOUR MONTHS!'}
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 46, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1942, newspaper, February 23, 1942; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth220965/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.