The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 190, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 12, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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TIIE OR AKGK-LE A T)KR
U S 0 Buffet Supper Is
Postponed Until Monday
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The buffet supper for the USO;_,., ..
-management, council and commit- ] J* 1QCI1S \_/ISlSS
tees which was scheduled for Sat-
Virday evening at the USO Club
has been postponed until Mon-
day evening <at seven o'clock be-
cause 'it the' Lions plub Carnival,
it was announced today. The sup-
per is to be given by the USO So-
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Junior St. Mary's
CYO To Entertain
At District Meet
The Junior St. Mary's Catholic
Youth Organization met Tuesday-
night, eight o'clock, at the school
for a religious meeting, preceded
by a short business session. AI-
exine Boudreaux, president, was
in charge of the meeting. I
During the business session, fi-l
nal plans for the bingo party next I
Tuesday night, August 18, eight
o'clock, were completed. Posters
advertising the affair were to be
distributed around town Wednes-
The Juniors will be host to the
district CYO on Sunday. August
'"4^ '0- They will also be host at the
-joint meeting Thursday, August
With Mrs. Nelson
Seventeen members of the Fi-
delis Class, of the First Baptist
]Church met for the monthly busi-
ness session and a covered dish
luncheon on Tuesday morning at
10:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs.
Glen Nelson, 311 Fifteenth street.
Mrs. F, H. Williams presided
over the business session at Which
it was decided that the class mem-
bers would each buy a small coin
bank and contribute the savings
to Chinese Relief each , three
months. A nominating comjhittee
was appointed to select candidates
for the -election of officers which
will be held at the next monthly
The next class business meeting
will take place on the second
Tuesday in -September at : the
home of Mrs. Mayo Grayson.
Aulick Club meeting In the
home of Mrs. John Seeley at 1:30
p. m. ^
Keel Klub meeting in the home
of Mrs. Jack Stone at 2 p. m.
First Methodist choir meeting
for practice at the church at 7:45
Silver Coffee sponsored by the
Parent - Teacher Association of
Curtis School in the home 6f Mrs.
August Posey at 9:30 a. m.
Circles of the Woman's Mission-
ary Society of the First Baptist
Church meeting in the ° following
homes: Circle One with Mrs. E.
A" Stobart at StStT-jfe-rW.i Circle
T^'o with Mrs. H. C. Mallett at
9:30 a. m.: Circle Thre«i with Mrs.
K. A. Mitchell atm.; Cir-
cle/ Four in the First Baptist ed-
ucational building —.j*t 3 p. m.;
Circle Five with Mrs. D. O. Gid-
eon at 9:30 a. m.: Circle Seven in
the First Baptist educational
building at 3 p. m.; Sunset Addi*
tion Circle, in the home of Mrs-
Edgar Williams at 9:30 a. m.; West
Park Addition Circle with Mrs.
L. G. Elmore at 9:30 a. m.
Circles of the Woman's Mission-
ary Society of the West Orange
Baptist Church meeting in the
following homes: Circle One
with Mrs. L. A. Forrest at 2:30
p. m.; Circle Two with Mrs. L.
A. Miller at 2 p. m.; Circle Three
\yjth Mrs. Bonnie Godwin at
2:30 p. m.
Mrs. R. L. Barlow entertained
Next regular meeting of the Ju- [members of the Nautical Club at
niors will be Tuesday. August 25. |8 bridge - luncheon on Tuesday
St. Mary's CYO delegates at u^ I' a- her home, 322
the meeting were Leroy Breaux iMoreell Boulevard in Navy Ad-
and Florence Brandt.
T.N.T. Club Holds
ary Society of the North Orange
Baptist Church meeting, in the
following homes: Circle One
with Mrs. S. T. Slater at 9 a. nv;
Circle Two with Mrs. Alex Cor-
mier at 9 a. m.; Circle Three with
Mrs. V. N. Smith at 9:30 a. m.
Woman's Missionary Society
the McDonald Memorial Baptist
Members of the Tuesday After-
noon Bridge Club and guests were
entertained at * bridge party on
Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
at the home,of Mrs. Weldon Mc-
Clelland, 1111 Fifteenth street.
Zinnias and marigolds were
used in decorating the home for
the occasion. Mrs. Henry Gud-
ger. Jr., was the high score prize
winner in the bridge games and
the hosteja, wojxJirw score! Mrs.
Charles Crawford bingoed. After
the games a sweet course was
Next Tuesday afternoon at 1:30
o'clock the. club will meet again
at a place to be announced later.
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BARCLAY .ON BRIDGE
By Shepard Barclay
"Dm Authority/m AathoritW
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Aid Has Meeting
The Ladies Aid of the Trinity
Lutheran Church met on Tuee- . j j 4
day afternoon at three o'clock at j
the church with eleven members j
reported In attchdance.
The program opened with the I
group singing a hymn which was t Denier:
followed by Scripture reading and 1 vulnerable.)
prayer by the president, Mrs. W. j East
L. Adams. An Interesting report I Pass
on work of the Women's Mission- i Pass
ary Federation was given by Mrs. j J***"
Minnie Weber of Beaumont. Theip^
Rev. Paul B. Frank made a talk' North
on "Missions and Reading." The
NO CARDS WORTHLESS
AS A GBNBRALITY. it la weJl
to proceed on the assumption that
no card is wortbiess. Though same
insignificant little one may 'not
take a trick, it may be useful for
signaling or for promoting a high-
er card in your own hand or part-,
ner's. or for upsetting the plans
of youi* opponents in one way or
another. This is especially true of
little trumps. Putting one on a
trick and getting ovei'-ruffed may,
preventive other fellow from tak-
ing a discard on the card you ruff. t
♦ A 8 3
« A 9 5
♦ A 9 7 5 4
* K Q J 9
f K 10 7 2
* Q 10 6 2
*9 5 3 2
% 10 4
0 Q J R 6 3
A K 10 7 '
st. rt North-South
meeting closed with a business
Circles of the Woman's MiWtnHM'Wssion with Mi's. Adams presid-
NAXAKENE W. M. s.
MEETS AT -CHIIRCH
4 p. m. .
dition. ' Woodbine Rebekahs meeting at
Zinnias, of various colors were die '• O- P- F. Hall at 7:30 p. m.
arranged about the home. After
The weekly meeting of the Wo-
man's Missionary- Society the
of Church of the Nar.arene was held
on Tuesday afternoon at 2:31)
Church meeting at the church at 0 clock at the church with ten
the luncheon bridge games were
enjoyed with Mrs. Milton Jones
winning the high score prize and
Mrs. Will Tullos, Jr., winning the jCjrcle- Two in the church
Mrs. George Colburn, Jr., wasjprize for second high.
liogtess ./or the weekly meeting of; Mrs- Ralph Matthews was the
T M Tk ni..u'
Church ■ meeting in the foil-owing
places: Circle One with Mrs.
Raymond Sanders at 3:30 p. m.;
Mrs. J. Torres as hostess at 3:30
p. m.; Circle Three in the Presby-
the T. N. T: Sewing Club ohlonly guest besides club members, lerian Chapel at 3 p. m.
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Next Tuesday at Jl a. m., Mrs. i'™! DAY
her home. 904 Cherry street. Ten'Alfred Black will entertain the
members and one guest, Mrs. Ned ,c'ub at her home,
.Oliver, were in attendance. .Boulevard.
! During the working period, the ;
members sewed for the Red CrossLg «-* mm •
after which light refreshment!; lylrS. K. fv&rl IS
The club will rtjeet- again next Party Hostess
members in attendance.
Mrs,<f'N. F. King led the devo-
tional and .Mrs. J. S. Eminert had
Circles of the First Presbyterian j charge of the mission study les-
Orange Garden Club meeting in
Moreell i"1'' USO Club at MO.a, m.
USO benefit supper for council
and committees at USO Club at
Next Tuesday afternoon «t 1:30
'o'clock the society will meet a-
gain at the church; A full attend-
ance is urged.
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
.a place to lie announced later.
Mrs. Richard Karl was hostess
for a bridge party on Tuesday af-
ternoon at one o'clock at her
CAN'T BUY ASPIRIN home a< jBr|< piacp in Navy Ad-
that rnn do more for you than St. Joseph (jftion.
dft'r'ut lichytV™a^St. Summer flowers were used in
decorating the Home. Two tables
of players enjoyed the games in
which the high score prize was a-
warded to Mrs. R. K. Bishop ani
the prize for second high was
won by Mrs. Flo Lawrence. After
the games a salad course was
Those present were Mesdames
R. K. Bishop, Flo Lawrence, Ward
haggard, R. A. Swahson, Willard
Slaton, Jack McClesky. Bill Shee-
hy, and the hostess.
Next time you neod calomel taka
Calotabi, the Improved calomel
compound Uiblnta that make ca!o-
^ n^el-LaktiiK pleaNuiiL 8u«ar-coated,
aKreeable, prompt, and effective.
Not m cefisary to tallow with ftal(«
or castor oil.
Uses'on)y as directed on label.
WESLEY AN GI'ILD MEETS
WITH MRS. MYRTLE SCOTT
Tuesday evening at eight o'clock
members of the Wesley an Service
Guild of the First Methodist
Church met in regular session in
the home of Mrs. Myrtle- Scott on
Mrs, Forrest McDonald, presi-
dent, was in charge of the busi-
MRB. JOINER MONt'LA IS
1IOSTE8S TO CLASS
The Cora Blount Bible Class of
the First Christian Church met on
Tuesday afternoon at 2:80 O'clock
with Mrs. Joiner Moncla as hos-
tess at her home, 1108 Cherry
street. Seven members and one
visitor, Mrs. Sam Manley, were
The hostess led the devotional
and Mrs. W. B. Blount taught the
lesson from the fourth chapter of
James. Mrs. Moncla presided ov-
er the btiginess session which was
followed by a social hour. A re-
freshment course was served.
Next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
had his nerve to make
Slat Jump direct to slam, from
4-HearU, and East had some of
his own to double thx contract
with the heart bidder seated at his
left, where the long trumps sat
over him and got last whack at
heart tricks. After the deal North
aid his bid was based partly oh
the fact that he did not consider
hia opponents strong defensive
players. Aa it turned out, he was
South won the spade K with the
dummy's A. raked In the club Q.
A and K. discarding the spade 3.
and was pleased to see the J drop.
Counting Weat aa possibly being
out of trump*. In view of East's
double, he now led the established
club 10. Right there ia where the
fate of the contract rested. West
did not ruff this and compel North
to over-ruff. As he said later, that
would have wasted his trump. In-
stead, he discarded ' a spade
whersupon the spade 6 was tossed
from the dummy. Next came the
diamond K, A and 5. ruiftd by the
heart shortening his own
trumps for a later possible coup
if West had held one small trump
and refused to ruff that spade
trick. 'The spade 10 was thin
ruffed In the dummy by the heart
A, and the heart 9 led. East cov-
ered this with the 10 and thA J
won. The Q was then sent to the
K and East had to lead from the
7-2 into the 8-3. No mutter how
East played hia trumps, after the
lead of the 9, he could get only one
If West had ruffed the club 10
on the fifth trick. South would
have had to lose a spade and a
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* AK 5 4
4 10 9 8 '
4 J 10 3
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21. To place
27. Set again
41. fluid of the
42. Den of wild
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4K 6 2
4 J 8 2 *
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4 7 ft 3 ~
4 A K 8 4
4 9 7 8
f Dealer: North. North-South
Would you open the bidding on
the North cards of this deal ? If
•o, why? If not. why notT
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petty Lee Paxton of /Beaumont
who has been visiting In the
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Mrs, Dunstan of Sunset Ad-
dition has as her house guest, her
sister, Mrs, Milton T. Potts of Liv-
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DRY GOODS STORE
^ 904 SECOND ^STREET -
Also .Stationery, Postage and
War Defense Stamps.
OPEN DAILY g 3Q
EDWARDS A DAVI
CHAPEL BIBLE CLASS
I MEETS' FOR, STI'DY
I The weekly meeting of the
j Chapel Bible Class Vvos^ held or
] Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock
fat the Presbyterian Chapel with
[fifteen, including one new mem-
imer, Mrs. Loivrie Hoffman, in at-
I Mrs. Lee Davis led the devo-
tional which Was followed by
sentence prayers- Mrs. F. H
1 Dietzel led the discussion of thv
'twelfth chapter of Revelations.
Next Sunday afternoon at throe
[o'clock the class will meet again
| at the chapel for a study of the
thirteenth chapter of Revelations.
gave the' quarterly treasurcrT re-
port. B. Lee Davis present-
ed a skit, '"Healing in India", as-
sisted by Mrs. C. A, Boehme, Mrs.
W. C. Carter, Mrs. Myrtle Scott,
Mrs. Eugene Cottle and Mrs. For-
-rest McDonald. Mrs. Lona Mc-
Gill led the devotional which clos-
ed the meeting. _
Next Tuesday at 8 p. m., the
guild will meet in the home of
Mrs. Fred Richardson on Lake
street. A full attendance is urged
as the Bible study will begin at
o'clock the class will meet in the:
X' ' - -
... |hom . Iff Mr jinrl Mis. M. M. Gray.
Mrs r. rM^rx: j. «? ttitaet;^ +heEe Tuwday sftyrhyy. >
PSE8BYTERIAN (1SCLE THREE
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Prejean and 0:45
'son David of Pampa, Ti^xas tuid 10:00
Mrs; Valerie DeViilier of 11 oils-. It): 15
ton have returnee! to-their homes 10:30
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Si'hmidt and
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kwux'dy have
returned to Clplveston ' after" a
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Dallas. '
Miwand Mrs Joe Boucher and)
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fren/.el spent j
Tuesday in Houston in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Taggart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Del age and'
son J. F., Jr., of Beaumont visited!
Wednesday, August 12. KED.M
4:00 Eddie and Pearl
Flying Patrol -
Swing and Sway
Treasury Star Parade
United Press News
Watch the World Go, By
Luir> and Abner
Manhattan at Midnight
Chamber Music Society
-Ted Straetei _—
31. I.e.'ixens In
33. City in
38. Jevvisg mom.,
47 Record book
4ft. Part of ship
51. Open to view
82. Mothers (pi.)
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• •■Wlicn buying meat a good table
for quantity is thlls: one pound of
boneless meat serves four. This
includes boned meats, ground
meats, flank steak, liver, sausages
and most canned meats. One
pound of meat with a small a-
moMnl of-bono serves three. One
Galley ONE cOUT o(/N Y
As svtrprisipg mi";ft may seem
the Eskimos were the discoverers
o^ preserving food by freezing. A
scientist on a Labrador expedition
noticed .the-Eskimos, after catch-
ing fish through the Ice, left them
outside_itheir igloos until frown
| pound of m«ol. with a lafgfe'r bone'hard, and the fish, when cooked.
! serves two. [had the full flavor of fresh ones.
following a visit here in the home
of Mi-s. Joe Prejean.
Mrs. Esther Thoippson ' will
have charge of the program for
the meeting of Circle Three of
the First Presbyterian Church
which Will be held on Thursday
afternoon at three o'clock at the Coal, coke, charcoal and other
Presbyti^ian Chapel. Mrs. Lona.'gaseous solids are being used as,
McGill will give the devotional. | motor fuel in many foreign coun- )„. * ihi P
A picnic lunch will be served at (ties to alleviate gasoline short- iStates tnl* year is
the close of the meeting.
Gary Moore Show
Hillman and Lindley
Shep Figlds' Orchestra
Lew Diamond's Orchestra
Asso. Press News
Glen Gray's Orchestra
Freddy Martin's Orchestra
Associated Press News
Conjunctivitis May Be .
Due to Form of Allergy
at (ties to alleviate gasoline short- ,"11#*P!Cled t0
ages, according to the Department I'"PP 'o* mat« 88 million tons, an
of Commerce. ;all-time annual high, according to
1 the Department of commeijce.
VS YOUR CHILD A
Ht*ar k a lien of bawd woratit And
By I.OCAN CLENDENING, M. D.
A FORM OF conjunctivitis, or
pink eye, which occurs seasoifklly
and epidemically, appears to be on
the increase in North America.
It has been named vernal con-
junctivitis, but while vernal refers
to spring, cases occur between
these roundworms ran cause reiil trouble*
Otfyer warnings nrer uneasy fltoinnch, ner-
vousness, itrhlritf parts. If jrou even susp
MU, mt Jftjn
Dr. Clendenlng will answer
questions of general interest
only, and then only through
. . - . [ you v*n
roumtwornu. «rt Jnyne> V. rmlfim- today t
J A YN E' S la Amvricn't l**diny i>roiirt«tjiry
worm nwdleilM : uwd by mllllonit for over a
•nlury. Art" crntly. yrt ilrlm mit round-
wurmi. Demand JAYNK'S VERMIFUGE.
3 ORCHIDS to be GIVEN AWAY|
FREE to CUSTOMERS "Eveiy
Saturday Starting August 15
13G6 Orange Phone 2327|
To Take Over New Routes For
THE ORANGE LEADER
May anil early September. None
are ever reported us beginning in
the fall or winter months—at least
on this continent. In Itftly it Is es-
pecially common, and in Turkey
and India it is reported a* begin-
ning in January and February.
Besides its seasonal incidence,
it is distinguished by the fact that
there' is a family tendency^, for
etese relatives to be affected-. This
js not due to cross infection be-
cause ' there are instances of
brother and sister living in dif-
ferent cities who have both come
down with the inflammation in
the same season.
In appearance and symptoms
the condition is by no means al-
ways mild, although the inflam-
mation alwsys gets well after the
onset of the fall weather. It is a
form of granulated eyelid. The In-
side of the eyelid is covered with
red, flat, lumpy granules. There
is an annoying milky secretion
which sticks the Uds together in
Burning feeling of the eyelids
is intense and there is persistent
itehiag aggravated by a warm and
humid atmosphere. There is also
a plentiful snd almost continuous
secretion of tears and aversion to
light which aggravates the burn-
ing and itching sensations.
After the first attack it has a
tendency to return every season
tut s eMk slthough ia nearly
every instance after a few sea-
sonal attacks it wears itself out.
But one report mentions a person
who had it every season for Zi
years and another for 21, al-
though, aa indicated above, the««
are the exceptions.
Oculists havs about guessed
themselves dry as to the cause. It
is almost certainly not a germ
infection because the secretions
have been examined time after
time by every known bacteriologi-
cal method and no germs have
For of Allerg*
would appear to be
form of allergy like hay fever.
The seasonal and family incidence
points to this, as ooes the fact that
the cells which are found in the se-
cretion (sosinophiles) are the
same as found in the secretion of
hay feVer patients and increase in
the blood of allergy patients. But
if it is sn pllergy, nobody baa yet
found the allergen that ceases it—
plant pollen, animal, food or dust.
It might be a.physical allergy due
to light and heat
In treatment the reaiedies that
relieve allergy patiente relieve it i
—epinephrine and ephedrine drops
in the eyes. ^
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
ML E. C.s—Is R dangerous to
take a reducing tablet three times
daily containing the folWwing:
Phenoiphthalein, Calcium iodide,
Sodiam chlurKst \ ; ^
Answer: It is not dangerous,
bat it will not reduce weight.
Look Your Age
There'• nothing like a pair of tired, gtrained eye# to
take the youth out of a face. If you see that there
are new lines forming around your eyes and that
you have a tired, sticky feeling in your lids from
straining to see, don't wait for more warnings but
come in for an eye examination by a'Registered Op-
tometrist using the finest of modern equipment to
get accurate results and to tell you the truth about
your eyes. If you need eyewear
Will In- .•■rcfiilfy designed •« fH X<— prrfrrtly and smartly
asrt le «swy His41|Wt uuallty ..Immm, prrwrlpt Ion-ground
to gl*e yon <•«'*) eyr« and keep fns yewag. *
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort!
Dr. W. W. Christopher
ORANGE PORT ARTHUR BEAUMONT
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
101 COLLEGE ST. ORANGE, TEXAS
August 13th 8:00 P. M
COKE HEAR THB GOSPEL PREACHED!
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
"Not by might, nor by power, tmt by my spirit,
sayeth the Lord."—Zech. 4:6
Rev. Mrs. Callie Qeghorn
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 190, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 12, 1942, newspaper, August 12, 1942; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221109/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.