The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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TOE ORANGE LEADEU
ORAXUTC, TEXAS, FRIDAY, ,TTT;Y 3, 1042
v^^ty^ -aHw- 'Wlilfli - ro(rwi nuiil*ri
were served. The next meeting
| will b«* held on" Thursday morn-
| ing in the home ol' Mrs. C. E. Bol-
| ing, 57A West Park AdditUjui.
4*W -fUth--chapt<a-JoI„£ .-ri, .Kiwis.,,
will he the sub'ect of study at |
METHODIST W. 8. C. S.
MEETS AT CHURCH
Fourteen members of the Wo
Mr. and Mrs. James Ariuuid of
'212 Decatur avenue announce the
j arrival of a seven pound nine
Accompanying, them' home were
rini,L>>)!."• horn on Friday. Mrs. O'NoU Me.trio^a
man s Society foF CT nstian B«r. Junc 2e a( the locnl hostpial. She John and Gill.
"God" is the subject of the
Mrs. Otto Bombach and chil-
dren. Jimmie and Jeanie. hove re-
turned to their home in El I'aso . „ ... ,„i.
after having spTfTr irmtmthV W- -Lcasou.. tennop^jtl^ be
cation here in the home of Mrs.
Bombach's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Simar in Cove Addition.
;e«uf it) all Churchcs o( CfirlST
Scientist, 011 Sunday. July 6.
The Golden Text is: "There to
none holy as the Uord: for tlU-'re
/W none beside thee: neither is
tjrasr been named-Jtidy -Liowtte.- —
tie! 2:2) i
[met for the weekly spiritual life
|program qn Thursday afternoon at • . • «* mm p
Miss Fannie Boa Headriekv+n?an. Other atWndaats will be 12:30 o'clock"-in the church bikstv iVlUTlStlfilll W. IVI. D.
daughter of Mrs. A. Headrick oI'Miss Emily Louise Seiuntine,;nient. Mrs W. L. Roberts wa? irrj a a . a • L.
this city, and V. Kermtt Tandberg, bridesmaid: Janet Headrick, iluw- ths^e, using as her text, the li^66X$ At V/llUl"Cn
Bon of Mrs. O. H. Ta0dherj£, also t j* girl, and Bobbie Gunn, usher. J twenty - fourth chapter of I.uk.e .. —
of' Ordnge, will be married to-'Lannie Clay bar will be organist. jMrs. F.rilest Gmws is to be the The monthly meeting of the,
night at 7:30 o'clock in the home The bride will be given in mar- ; leader for the next Spiritual Life j Woman's Missionary Society Of!
Amuuu Uu.' citation* wtiieli com
" i is tlx
Mr. and Mis. Gilbert Simar,, .. . . . ..
O'Neal Mendoita and Bobby Bea- })rls* 1,w>
die left Thursday mornmg to vis.t ?l ow',l« tT?* ** ®ibU"' T.h'^'
in El Paso lot a few days. M . ls. ^ ?.'* «*
Mendo/.a and children will return «wer-
home with them. >< < a"d * thj.t
|is In the heavan and m the earth
Johnnie Hart of Tulsa, Oklu,, «r
was! rived in Orange Thursday night to
/eek-end with his
I is thine: thine is the kingdom, O
Lord, and thou art exulted as
head above all."
of the bride's mother on North) riage by her.brother, James Coop- jprogram which will be giverr t>n ithe First Christian Church
Tenth street. The Rev. Jaroy er Headrick- j Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'ejioek held on Thursday afternoon at: spend the
Weber, pastor of the North Orange Miss Headrick is u graduate of (at the church. j two o'clock at the church with! mother Mrs. John Hart on West
Baptist Church, will officiate. Orange Higli_,School and is em-j The regular meeting of the W.ifourteen members present. [Park Avenue. He madeHhe trip,
Only members of the two families|pigyed at the city hall. Mr. Tund- S. C. S. convened at 3 o'clock; New officers^ the society tooklfoy plane accompany in*; Mr. and L ,! ??. *:< ^
will be present. .berg is a graduate of Orange Thursday afternoon in the church over their duties at that time with Mrs. .Johnnie Hrown ol that city.!}, ?. 1 Scienee u xtb«Mi*.
Miss Doris Coopy will attend fiigh SchiK>l and is employed in basoment. Mrs. A. Garrett, chair- Mrs. Roy Nowlin presiding. Ten- . - . Science and Mealth with Key U>
The Lesson .- Sermon also in-
^ " - -."
EW NETWORK SERVICE
misery. Quick reli
thanks to famous
like baby now.
XORTII OKANUh BAPTIST
( 1RCIJKS JYfEET Tilt R8DAV
r« , w;ib mo vii i i #' the Scriptures,' k)y Mat y
t iuimiu ivus r. J. W uk in soi) lelt ^ . , . / « ,
ber gave a paper which was a part were discussed after which Mrs. jodny for then home in Shreve-I y :. /? 1 '
of the program for the /.one meet- W. B. Blount tnught the mission- port. La followini! a visit here "^^re Him to De. -
' Truth. Love. v
Cypress To Give
«f the JTirjit Baptist Church
"Trre "PnrPrrr -' TeHcher Aawoeia-hmi
T/n# Rev. W. A. Cmlu-rn.j^at
tion of I.itttc Cypress school is
.sponsoring a benefit supper to he
given on friday night, July 10, at
«i|[ht o'clock at tile school. Pror
<M eds will benefit the school cafe-
Sunday services at the Trinity
Lutheran Church located at the
corner or Twelfth and Cypress
streets, have buun announood as
follows: Sunday school, "God tUte
Creator", at 9:30 a. m.: divine
service, "God's Recommenda-
tions", 10:45 a. 'm.
Subjeett, fur Jounday
Morning worship, 11 o'clock, "Uv
aity Unto Death": evening wo*
ship, B:JU o'clock, "Believi
Church will end tonight with
B#v. rH. XrflSHW-
preaching on the subject, "Et<
the bride as maid ol honor and; the off ice oi the Navy Department'man, was in charge. Each inem- jtative .plans for the year's work r .m t
Lawrence Paikhurst will be bestlhfere _ _ _ ^
ing which was called olT because ary lesson. (yiith Mrs. Wilkinson's sister. Mrs
|of the tire shortage- Plans were; At the close of the meeting ajj}, p, Cooiey. They were accom-
j- __n_B .a. Two circles of the Woman's made for a business and social box of cookies were packed J.a.be p«nied on their return to Shrcve-
WIRIBS LARCEST SEU| V Missionary Society of the North |meeting to be held on Thursday jsent to the Juliette Kowlei - Home port by Mrs. W II Cook of Hat- .
Orange Baptist Church met morning at ten o'clock at the in Dallas. _ tiesburg, Mississippi who has! SlinHay Services ! ' 'H' nU)ntl,'y WW meeting of i
, Thursday morning as follows: I church. Covered dish luncheon is The next meeting wiTl be held >t)een visiting here also, , jthe circles of U e Gleaners society
Circle One met at '' a. m . in to be served at noon and all memonfhe first Thursday in August | The program of worship for thej°' tllt' Methodist Church was
the home ol Mrs. C . 11. Slater with ibers and their friends are invited at the church. \ Mr. and Mrs C A JioeJtme and ^Church oi the Nagarene here has " ' "
regular members, and one to attend and bring a covered • j Miss Ruby Hoehme 'wilHeave to- i been announced as follows by the
Mrs. Oscar Wil-;dish. The "sunshine sisk-rs" will 'VINCENT RAO HONOKIjn morrow for Industry. Texas whereIpastor, the Rev. J. S. Emmert.
Mivs. Slater ' " "
PBt« HILtlY 18 HONORED
AT l ARTV WEDNESDAY
•' . -••'•j
Pete Pulley was honored .wi|
a popcorn party on Wednesday
evening in the ho We of Mr.' and
Mrs. A. W. Batte, 1311 Fourteenth
i Guests were: Lynette Bean, 'J
j James Bean, J. R. Boring, OdflW
iCunningham, Marie Cunninghaif),
jl.illie Mae Mertdozi. C'lareti« i
I Phillips, Dean Pulley, Bobby,
Is.your child a
new member. ut. unf-ur >> >>- uisn. inc sunsoine stsu-'is win nncr.ni nau nunuauM' moirow lor industry. I exas where Ipustor. tht
liaijK. in attendance. MiV Slateri-be revealed at that time and all AT FAREWELL PARTY Ithey will attend special -services! Sunday school, IMS a m.:
led the devotional from the fifth members are to bring a small gift.: Vincent Rao, Who left Monday j|n 0bsbrvance of the seventy-fifth |morning worship, 11"e'clock, ser-
chapter of James which was fol-| ' jto enter the army, was honored ianniversary of ,-vhe Methodist Imon subject, "The Mark of True
lowed by sentence prayers, Mrs WEST ORANGE BAPTIST/ % with,a party given on Sunday of- j Church there ! Decipleship is Revealing God to
Charles Cain conducted the busi- W. M. S. CIRCLES HE^iT " ' : ternoon witli his motherrMrs. Ben j • • World": young people's er-
ncss session and Mrs. S. T, Slater The three circles (if the Wo-jRa'i? us hostess at their home, 1211 ' Betty Jo and Lela Faye Mouton ! vice, 7:3ft p. n>-; evening worsilip.
had charge of tile missionary pro- man's Missionary Soeijety of \hc [Main street. Refreshments of ice I have returned to their home fol
im. The next meeting will be West Orange Baptist Cjhurch held jcrcam ^.nd cake were .served t«> (lowing a vacation with relatives in j/in the iuSd of God
hlld on Thursday at a. m . in the regular weekly meetings
th\Tt©mc of Mrs. Charles'Cain. Thursday afternoon in the
rcle Three met at 9:30 a. in., ol' rtiembers.
home of Mrs. D. C. Ran- Circle One me
kin Vith six members and one I in the home
visiUm Mrs. C'. E. Boiling read
the iv.%niy - sixth Psalm (or the
devotiAal. Mrs. Fred Ilargraves j attendance. Mrs. Petry led the
d MiihJM Tninwwi
- five guests attending, j Welch and Lake Charles, La.
Pvt. Rao is now stationed .at the'
•eception center at Fort Sam t. n. T. CI.I'B TO MEET
oustno, Texas. WITH MRS WINFREY
I Mrs. J. C. Winfrey will be hosf
ORANGE BAI'TIS'J tes* for the meetihg of the' T. N
A. TO MEET Jt. Sowing Club on Tuesday afteil-
Members of the Y. W. A. of 'the | noon at 3 o'clock in the USO Club-
et at 2:30 o'clock ;H,ot
? of Mrs. Elwood i \
i'Pierce with Mrs. H. C. Petry as|WE8T
• iTiostess. Five members were iri^y, w.
led in th
kland read the tenth j assisted by Mrs. S. K- Hubert and
Acts. Mrs. Fred Haley [Mrs. E. P. Godwin, presented the
study of the chapter, (program. Next-Thursday, after-
. was in charge oi the noon at 2:30 o'clock the cirelc
pion. Mrs. Jaroy!will meet again in the home of
held on Thursday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock m the church dudi*
torium. Twenty members were
Mrs, Muttie Adams, general
chairman, presided over the bus-
iness session at which reports of
officers were given. Mi's. J. H. j
David, assisted by Mrs. Wardj w*yi
Lambert, presented the missionary : fSffl
program. ' j ewturj
Prayer meeting is held each i Naxt Thursday tha -circles will ( TJJSf,
Wednesday evening at I(fl5 o'clock | muet in separate sessions in the B« «
in the church. 1 liome* of various mambars
■ |0:15 o'clock, subjact, "The Sinner
i ill.. .. I I ...C.l . "
Wgber closedkthe meeting
with jMrs. Elwood Pierce.
| Circle Two met at two o'clock
in the home ol Mrs Henry Lee WOODMAN CIRCLE TO
Block with seven members pres- MKKX AX |,<)DGE MALI.
lent. Mrs Mgar Block gave the Th(, Woodman Cjrcle Wll| hold
devotional and Mrs-Alton Landry jthe roRlU.lr W(.,.kly nleetinK oll
i meet in regular session on Mon-| attendance as a
iday evening at eight o'clock In will be held at that time-
the home of Mrs. Bob Adams. Mrs. I '. ..1 _
Carroll Bishop, adult counselor.]
will be in charge and urges that —
all members be present. ♦
— ! ♦
presided over the business session
SIMUV ,v MOVII tV-
lifti i i; < \im T
• _1|\ —
|Mrs. R. C. McKinney. Jr.
[Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
GETTING UP AT NIG
WAS SETTING ME fifl]
+J. ... ... !in the W. O. W. Hall. All.mem-
;charge nf the gmr progr«« -w4tlv,bej;J u t() attrndnnro
all members taking part. Next " —
'Thursday afternoon at two o'clock
Jthe circle will meet for a steward-
ship lesson in the home of Mrs.
•jW. S. Dickerson.
j Circle Three met at 2:30 o'clock
j in the home of Mrs. H. E. Harvey.
: "KING KONG"
♦ ♦ * • f
Celebrate July 3i d-4th-5th at
Port Arthur's* Million Dollar
"KMncj* pain was pc?tcrinilmc «Iuy find nltfht". Bays
Mr. Kent tfulooy. "Scmftimc*. 1M Kct «i flvc time*
duriim the ni cl't. A lucky Uny for mc wh h I tried
Dr. Kilmer'* Swump RfVit, It nure relU-vetl thos^
kidney i ain*. And I eurv do lccp lihe a bal y now".
Mr. Hulsoy in one of thoasnrlds w!to thnnk -3\vnmp
Root f«ir quick relief of kidney 'pain, fcor thi* re-
markable stomachic and intestinal liquid tonic
llu he out painful sediment from your kidncya.
Originally eroatfd l y a well-known phy lcian. Dr.
Kilmer. Swamp Hoot is a combination of lii h«?rh ,
rootrt, bttlnnrn* n«l ot«er natural in«redi«nL^ No
hnrnh cbemiral* or babft-forniinp drujt*. Jo.^t ffoo<l
InvrreditiitH thnt «iui«*l:Iy relievo bladder pain, hock-
ache, run-down fi*e!intr d ie ♦' .'uxyTurtln^ kjdn'>*a.
And you can't mi-s it. marvi !oih tonic < f« etl-
Tiy I)r. Kilicr*!' ftwnjHp Root free! Tlwi-ijan^®
have foiULd r^lie!" witll only u waatp! ' bittie. So/*nd
your name and addve«« t«> Kilmt-r Ar r Inc.. Dp-
j artm ",t 'M-f, iltsmford. Conn.. f«jr a kiidiplc buttir
Jre«* nnd postpaid IN* wtifo \n fuli^w directions on
package. Ollvr limited, iiunl at vft-cl v
Air. :'«n Htttuy of 1747 Brooi St..
Auswuo, Co.. £>iv«i credit lo 0-. Kil-
iiwi i Swamp Root lor helping him get
rid oi *lw<jgi h Uidaey misery.
I Six members and one visitor
j were present. Mi's. Harvey led
I the devotional and Mis. Edgar
_ . over |lu busings
session. The program, under the
supervision of Mrs. Bishop, was
given by, Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Car-
rie Pattiiio. Mrs. Bonnie Godwin
and Miss Larissa Gravett. Next
Tliursday afternoon at two o'clock
the members will meet for a de-
votional in the home of Mrs. Ed-
gar Bishop and then will visit a-
mong people of the community.
MII.DRED LEE JUNIOR
G. A. TO MEET MONDAY
The Weekly meeting of the Mil-
dred Lee Junior G. A, of the
North Orange Baptist Church will
be held on Monday afternoon at
two o'clock in the home of Marie
Strother- A full attendance is
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF ORANGE, TEXAS
AS OF TUISD1V, JUKE 30,1042
« If**"1 Worm*
CnHli on Imnd nntl duo from
luuikH $! ,n:t;j,oi7.r>7
I!.K. Bonds 1,0:18,874.31
L 1 A8 I L I T I E S :
On Cool Sabine Lake
(Hlmc Bonds . ..
Binto, Comity nnd
Scliool WuituiiIh ...
Fodt'itil Hi'gcrte Bunk
JjOiiiin nnd I)iKfomi|w
Bttllkit^f llottW —
(.'ttpltal Stock Paid In..—
I 'ndiviflod Profits... ......
♦ I 1,022(910.78
M. SellK, "Vlep-PrftH.
VV. A,"f;iim| l>olI, Active V-Pren.
nnd Triut Officer
It. C. Mumli, tittdhler
nnd Ass't. Trust Officer
ItKuvli, Jr., I'rw.
K. M Newman, Am'I
Holla, A*at. CMhl«l> ^
A. E. WlUon
Ain't. CMltlil J
B. W Brown. Jr. It. 'Ai
r. VV Hrowit. Ill tt. «.
W A. Campbell O. U.
L W Huatmrr* t.
B. 0. Mitrah 8.
To lliose unotiie
to have their
hours . . we are
Special July 4th Attraction
Display Saturday, Night 10:30 P. M.
' (By Special Permission of the Government)
COMDBMfSD STATBMBNT OF
First National Bank
> ^ t, - CALL AS 07 TUESDAY, JUJII 30,1948 / fa t Ijj
s* s '<4 •
rHONE FOR APPOINTMENTI
CONVENIENT WEEKLY TEBMH-
mepdar $U Vahial
liplu JH Value!
These t rtc« Includa a thorough
O ■ mm
ntlngs «IO& manj style* to chooM from.
Dr. S. J. Rogers
Dr. W. W. Christopher
bring you j
«Y AaaUn —FhMM tUS
I delightfully toothing r -
1. Bummer Cold DlncomforU, iuch
aa naral Irritation sturry nwtrtl*.
dry nostril*, t. B'lprrflctal Burns. X
Minor Cut*. 4. sunburn. LCharped.
Crackad Up*. (. Bcrttchrr and
7. Cbaflng. a. Inaaci Btt«.
Heat. M. Bummrr Chap-
30r nntl 80c sizes
iiw Phiylnic For I
15 PIECE BAUD
From l^ts Anceles
I'lione V-MtM. I't. Arthur
J.ttv :lnl llntifhiK M I*. M. Jo SI \. M. ilh 1.1 inUlMtr.
iliuw at 11 I'. M. by band. H2.BO |ier eouple.
July 4tli. Danelflg W f. M, to l:>« A. M. hIIIi uluta
by bawl. 92.SU per eoupfe'.
July 5th, Mntluee «lanre :lW> P. M. to 0: t> I'. M.
3tir |wr |K-r uii, Kviulng <tau<«- |IJtll |ier rnuplr.
Lonnft and Discounts
Ktoek in liVderal Benervo Hank
Hanking llovifM', Furniture imkI Fi*tu ree
(Hhor Real %M«te Ownwl -
Other A unpin
Ca«h and Funds Readily Available:
in Vault and With other Bank*
4J, K.atmL011lt'r Bondw
288,r (H .S.7
>lliluat TIii'IIIn #
# IHnners Her veil In TW' Kimaiain Boom
(tverlooklnu Lake Hablne
0 Celebrate Friday TltriKtftli K««4 r
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C!«|)ilal St^K'k .:,
Dividend l ayal>le
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1942, newspaper, July 3, 1942; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221076/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.