The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 78, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1943 Page: 3 of 4
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THE ORANOE LEADt^B
„ Art Department
At Woman's Club
TIlrAit Department of.the Wo-;
mail's Club held the regular semi-
monthly meeting' on Wednesday
afternoon at three o'clock in the
Woman's Club building with Mrs.
R. D. Williamson, chairman, pre-
It was decided th put money for
Class Meets At
The monthly business and social
meeting of the Loyal Women's
Bible Class of the First Christian
Church was held on Wednesday
afternoon in the church.
War work and other topics of
the day, were discussed during the
, f 1
blackout shades and the fdnds !"ornin« .!n^ at .12:30 .°'.™ J
collected for waste fat into the
building fund. Mrs. P. M. Blue,
program chairman, read the sug-
gested program for next year
which was approved. Mrs. W, E,
Harding was 'elected delegate and . h°norees
Mrs. Hunter Beaty alternate tol The bus,ness meeting was call-
the Fourth District Convention of *? orc*ei* °}M mJ pfe"
Federated Clubs which meets in ®K,et' "v^'r by ®^rs- W. M. Locke.
Beaumont on April 21 and 22. The Mrs" J CI,nton Bradshaw gave a
meeting of the department sched- devotional, the subject,
uled frtr April 21 was changed to j' * leaning. The class
April 23. " ' Hower, song and colors were se-
The program nt yesterday's!
meeting, consisted of the history oi l
the United States flag given by
tureen luncheon was served and
Mrs. C. A. Robinson was ih charge
of the social hour.
A program was enjoyed and
corsages were presented to the
Mrs. Charles W. Stokes, and the
history of the Star Spangled Ban-
ner and an explanation ol How to
display the fine, was given by Mrs.
H. L. Ingram.
The group sang the firpt stanza
of "The Star Spangled Banner''
with Mrs. C. E. O'Connor, a guest.
Those present were the Rev. and
Mrs. J. Clinton Bradshaw and
Mesdames W. S. McDowell, Lake.
O. G. C'ondrey, A. M. Watts, O.
1). Baker. W. R. Callahan. M. M.
Gray. J. B. Meadows, Ruth Casey,
liobiiheaux, W. M. Locke and C.
Conjunction 27. Mix
ti Wine 20. Malt
9. To comb
23 HriRllt light. <7. Tidy
25/Conscious 48. Herd of
31 Ti> be i n
36 Body of
49, Marshal of
50 Sphere 1
•y * ^ V'rf*
TWO MOM WAR CHILDREN have been "adopted" by Mm. Franklin
B. Roosevelt, according to the Foster Parents Plan for War Chil-
dren In New York. The two are Paulctte Le Mescain, left, ll:yeur-
Old French girl, and British Rosemary Hay ward, tt. (I at fractional)
OHIO CO-ED, CLUB HEAD SLAIN
,MI ***«« • V u* V/ VUIIUIII « W \ A / _| I /""** I I
playing the/piano accompaniment. i WGCinGSQQy V-IUD
—Hostesses for the occasion, were 1. ,
MrsTL. A. WhitehTFC Mrs. W. L.. | 5 £n tCT tO f flGO
Joii|er and Mrs. Frank Jordan. I ~ „
At Bridge Party
Mrs. Thomen To
Lead Program Of
Mrs. John Y. Bell was hostess
for the monthly party of the Wed-
nesday Club on Wednesday after-
noon at two o'clock in her home,
, 232 Farragut. ,
Mrs. M. K. Thomen will be in j Iris, cornflowers, stocks and pe-
charge of the program on "People I tunias were arranged about the
and Government of Mexico" to be: home- Two tables of players en-
given on Friday afternoon at three; joyed the games ill which Mrs. W.
o'clock at the meeting of the Lit-
erature Department of the Wo-
man's Club which is to be held in
the club house. Mrs. E. C. Freund
will speak on "Mexico Through
Mrs. W. E. McCorquodale. chair-
man, will preside over the busi-
To Meet Sunday
The Orange County Singing
Convention will ' meet at the
. Church of the Nazarene on the
corner of Tenth and Cherry streets
on Sunday afternoon from two to
four o'clock. W. A. Black, presi-
dent, will be in charge. Out-of-
town quartets will be presented on
Try Hat Tiwh mi
A Brisk Oil ft«b—T«**
Don't fly off the hsndla and lump to
Kiry coMlutloni ,that wur kkhwys n
gut of ardor, quit* UMy Ihey am oU
right. If in doubt a* your doctor.
You ro probably doing stranuoua work
using cortiin mutclM far th* first time in
many a day and about alt you naad la soma
■aund common-ianso advico.
Tonight «*t a bottio c4 Moono's 6nor-
aid CXI at tha drug storo. At bedtime Ap-
ply o good tot
boar It " to 0can
hot for about fly
ly and apply
111 In with
B. Hightower won high score.
Mrs. R. A. Hunter was a guest.
Club members attending were
Mesdames J. W. Edgar, L. W.
llustmyre. W. B. Hightower, Mal-
colm W. Pearce, Tom Rogers, T
D. Sells. Carlton Trimble Jr.
The next meeting of the club
will be held on the_ first Wednes-
day in May,
The cast for the minstrel to be
given by the Anderson School P-
T. A., on Friday night, April 16,
has been chosen, it was announc-
ed today by Mrs. E. C. Freund,
president of the P-T. A. Rehear-
sal will be held tomorrow night
at eight,o'clock in the school au-
ditorium and all members of the
cast are urged to be in attendance.
towol (hot as you can
... til It
appears. Cover up and go to sly. In the
morning, for good — ~
plication but no
tn the pores. Keep It on ana
five minutes. Dry thorough-
a little of the Oil rubt*<«
* ^""o*steep, hi the
•mazed and delimited at the Mia;' re-
lief you get—bock on the jab—anuHnt—
happy and much more comfortatoi*
Thousands of bottles are aoM ead>
yei fortlied. jschlng feet end laps. You
can ast Emerald OU at any drug aJora.
- CASH DRUG COMPANY
WW* disorder at Iddoc? foasiioo prrmite
peisonoos matter to rrrnmfo la yeur blood, it
ney ceuas Bsggtagliackaclie, rheomat ir peine.
I with amartlag and ournii
MYSTERY SURROUNDS the slaying
of Lucille Murie D'Aprono, 2:1,
senior at Kent State university,
Kent, 0.L and George W. Rey-
nolds. Negro manager of the Twin
Lakes Country ^clubr found shot
to death near Kent. Miss D'Apra-
no, a Cleveland girl, waa head
waitress at the club where other
Kent State co-eds worked. Rey-
nolds, an ex-convtet. servedtwo
years in the Ohio State peniten-
tiary for stabbing a man to death
In Akron in 1935, police records
show. The bodies Mfere found in
in automobile which also con-
tained a .32-caltber gun. Coroner —
ft. E. Amos has returned a verdict
f double murder, f International) 1
1. City in
8. Betel palm
12 Cheek bone
13. Black and
28. Ma 111? less
30. A pin
33 Carry on,
36. Finch -
95 Form of
■I Best part
SPECTACULAR END FOR JAP bHIP
Hearing by Bone Conduction-
A Helpful, Harmless System
lly LOG AN CI.KNDKMNG, M. D.
I AM IN' receipt of a letter from
a' limy who has been deaf for some
time and has been using a bone
conduction hearing aid. She call*
I)f Clendeninjr will answer
(jiustitMis o; general interest
only, iind thvii only through
Social Calendar Guardians Hold
surgical At High School
work room at Masonic Temple
open from 9 a. m„ to 4 p. m.; 7 .. .
to" 10 p> m The Camp Fire Guardians
^Woman's Missionary Society ol sociation met in the science, room
the McDonald Memorial Baptist ,he h,gh sch°o1, on 1 ucs-
Church meeting in the church at da>'"i«hJ b r the monthly sess,on.
3 p m Miss hssie Richardson, chair-
Circles of the First Presbyter-imanv l,,vsidct' over the business
ian Church meet.ng in the follow- wh'd' 'J ®, wcrt'Imu1de
ing places: Circle One- with Mrs, lltv Awld« am') y "c activities
Allen Cain at 3:30 p. m.; Circle1 during April
Two with Mrs. Ed Weaver at 3:30 .An ,Easl<;'r H'int -be
p. m.: Circle Three in thaPresby- «IVcnlbf, "<e tamp Fire girls for
teriah chapel at 3 P. m. ' ",l"' •" « sisters, the Blue Birds,
Circles of the Gleaners Society ,,n Saturday April 24
of the First Meth.xliffr Thtirch !l *'"* also decided that the
meeting as follows: Circle Two guardians would adopt a small war
in the home of Mrs. John Y. Bell "[Phans. Mrs. Lee Davis program ,
at 3 p. m.: Circle Three in the;' l,,,'odu(f1 M,ss C-'onrf
home of MrsT Charles Stokes a, •. MeHrlde. head of the science de-
2:30 pT-m.: Circle Four ... the i P"rtipent of high schooh whrt con*
home of Mrs. Otis Hudson at 10 ".study of birds native to
a m ; this sect 1 op as well as all the
' Woman's Society for Christian! •st.aU's' Mis? .MfBri?*
Service of the First Methodist .
Church meeting in the church at shovved_ niov.ng pictures
2:30 p. m. birds-
recordings «i bird calls
The Guardians' Association Is
made up of all Blue Bird leaders,
Horizon Club advisors and ('.imp
Woodbine Rebokahs fnecting in
the I. O. O. F. Ilajl at 7:.'lu p. m.
Orange Garden Club meeting in
j the USO building at 9:30 a in. 1
Navy Town Council meeting in Y~\-u/P P~~T A Tf ")
the Navy Town recreation ball at:^-'^" ' I / \ I (J
7:30 p. m.
your kidnrya or
t wait! A*k
th. IS mil... of
Gilmer Homes- .
amf ouittrr tutors
ro PLANT IN WM OWN
I FllAII JiMO Mi;
P. 0. Box 690 Orqnge, Texas
An important business meeting
1 will be held by the Porent-Teach-
, er Association of Cove'Schotd on
Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'cToek in
The Gilmer Homes Bridge Club; the school auditorium. A full at-
members were entertained on | tendance is urged.
Wednesday afternoon ;it 1:30
o'clock with Mrs. Carol Henry
hostess in the home of Mrs. W
Peel, 1 Hi Pine street
Mrs. C. J. Stuth Won high, score!
at bridge and Mrs. Pat Boren won
second high. A refreshment;
course was served. j . ... , , .
Next Wednesday ifternoon 'Jay afternoon at two oclcjck
rvexi weanesaay aiternoon ai )t ^ ir<ri K,.i«l!no uriit. Un f
1:30 o clock the club will be enter-
tained in the home of Mrs, ,1. V
Guidry Jr., 121 Gilmer Courts.
my iitl«vrtH>il, to a siluHtion which
has disturhe'd her and which may
disturb other*. .She feels that it
w<mid desirnbl>> to give as much
.publieity a* po^aible to the it'.ia-
tion iio thut ot'lters might not be
ijjstuibed i)^ ttx' ftitiie way.
She tells mc that she has sac-'
i i'.i .l uUy tt onf a bone condtiction
Hearing*aid which aives her hear-
ing ro nearly normal that she is
ntilii to hold u position and to do
feature writing without ev'er hav.
itig lu d to i ' veal the fact that she
wewrn > och air instrument.
In shopping for a. new instru-
me nt lately, s.h" was told by sev-
, eral pe.^.'.e-tlvat in weaving a bone
ounlurti'Vi in; irument she was not
I using '.lie hearing that she had left
• --in the e.x«et Words of some of
these pcoi le, che was "letting her
'•—-hciipng- dW." They told ..her ttot
only-py putting an ear piece nv
| side, the eat would the hearinjfTii.'
j v • ■ - .
I have i nquirr^rof aTiiilnber of
I oav *[i«eiatists and have been tot*
thai Iliii) idea Ii entirely without
a foundativm. . The patients who
have deafness which is overrome
by. a hone conduction apparatu*
•prubaWy have, in most cases, m
hardening of the small bones of
the middle en.r and the air con?
dlU'tiMii upt^rratjis does not often
i I"<: en thesp"iip «a that good lienr-
! ing Is possible,
1 Not. Scienlifirally Trne
To say t(jilt the bene conduction
nid "lets Hiel •'i i ir diV makes
no seifiititic m hs., I., 1: j the
hearing fins in the auditory nerve
rim) lite apiiaratus of hearing.
which is in the temporal bone «f
the skull, is stimulated just M
well by a bone conduction appara-
tus as by an air conduction appa-
ratus and" in any event does not
"die," 110 matter what the patient
The proper method of fitting a
patient with a hearing aid is to
te*t out both bone conduction and,
air conduction with an atldiometef
ami tiud out which form of appara-
tus tc.ivfs the greatest amount 0/
aid and comfort. In most instances
the bone_conduction apparatus
will do this and it would be very
silly for any on f. to use aitnir con-
d act ion aid if the hone conduction
aid gave a better hearing range.
My corivspondent says that
(nost of the salesmen who tried to
persuade her to use an air1 conduc-
tion apparatus in preference to
the bone conduction, aid. did not
Kive her any test'whatever to see
whether she had good bene con-
duction or not. TW* in itself indi-
cates that their advico is unre-
liable, .and anyone who i* tn the
market for an instrument should
be suspicious of advice which is
not preceded by a careful teat of
both air and bone conduction,
QI'KSTIONS AND ANSWERS
A. B. C.:—Should a yottnjt wom-
an with thyroid deficiency ri<Jf
pretrnatiey T~W ill shots correct this
Answer: If the thyroid de-'
ficiency is very great, it i* not like-
ly that pregnancy will occur. With
a real thyroid deficiency the use
of thyroid extract by mouth will
rectify the trouble.
EDITOR'S NOVK: llr. ...„.miin* m>
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r< atkr>. I'Wll putwphWt * l]hi for hi
l-'.jr mu* uric 1 ortii'hlr'V U^lirinl, l|
In ccia, an«l n A*'U-n<Mrci ao«l *nv«"n ij5i " '
tutui'«>l With n thr ^rrnt n!i*Pr i .. to l>l*.
L4iff«n i'lvniWnihii. in r«r*if of thi* paper,
lti«* i>*mt>hlctn ure: "Thrv^ UrdtMH.
ini; l>i«t", ami
"Uf*lurtntf Mini "Infant frVj
Ins". * ln*lr>trtioni* fur ihw Tr«'<vtnMfnP ^
"Ktimumr Hv' ntl "Tht"
Car* «>f the Hiir and 8ki " t
BARCLAY ON BRIDGE
By Shepard Barclay :
"The Authority on Authorities"
TRVINT. IT TOO SOON
ONE FAULT, tnore than any
: others, is exhibited by average
pluyeis when attempting ai leadi-
! throwing end play at a suit con-
I tract. Tliov <u. not complete their
preparation for the play by ellml-
iiutinc, from their own hand and
i dummy the cards which make the
1 maneuver workIf t hey leavrjjven
one canl too many, the opponent
Is not hooked «l all by the pluy,
bee .use hi' has a safe lend avail-
able to him, whereas getting that
Cald'.,ut_hy r I Wing it would take
away anything but a losing alter-
native, . "**.•— . —.
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SPECTACULAR COLUMN of smoke rlae* from the mld-sretion ol <
Japanese transport or cargo vessel during the Battle of the BL'iinui'.k
sea. where 22 enemy ahlps were sunk by Allied bombers. This II. H.
Army Air Forces photo has just been released. (International)
fhls.Week With The
Camp Fire Girls
WK.SI.EYAN GUILD MEETS
WITH MRS. BOEIIMF.
" The weekly meetiiu! of the VVeR-
leyan Sei-vice Guild ol, the First
Methodist Church was held on
Wednesday evening "at 7:30
o'clock in the home of Mrs. C. A.
Boehme, 804 Rein-street.
Mrs. Eugene Cottle presided
over the business session and Mrs.
Boehme gave the devrttional. Mrs"
Lee Davis gave the report on so-
cial relations and the treasurer's
report was read by Mrs. R. E,
Prince. Refreshments of yjctl tea
and fruit jello were served during
the social hour.
The n«*t meeting of the guild
will be held on Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30 o'clock in the home of
Mrs. W. C. Carter on Main street.]
Blessed are the merciful: for
they shall obtain mercy. Mat-
The business' meeting of the
Keel Klub was helti on Wednes-
the USO buifrling with Mrs. Tom
! It. Yerby. presidentrin charge,
i The secretary's report was giv-
|en by Mrs. Ralph Matthew and
I the treasurer's report was read by
Mrs, Will Tullos Jr. All unfin-
ished business w;as completed.
Mrs. Jess Harrington was uppoirtt-
ed alternate to the grievance eom-
It was announced that the
members have given cookie*
the USO cookie jar.
At the request of Miss Dorothy
Edwards, the members decided to
meet at the USO at 1 p. m., Fri-
day to make sandwiches for the
Navy dance Friday night.
Next Wednesday afternoon at
two o'clock the cliib members will
meet in the home of Mrs. E. J.
Wallace and go in a group to the
Masonic- Temple where they will
make surgical dressings for the
0:30 p. m . Ad Astrti Chapter
Horizon Club rnoetinu l^Stl
4 p. in.. Tejas gi'iiup meeting,
1104 John , 0$$
1(1 a. m, Latolj group meeting
10 a. tn.. Blue Bonnet Blue
Birds meeting Presbyterian Annex
1 p. m.. Friends Blue Birds
meeting Methodist Chunh'
J. W. NATION JR.
fpr IS PARTY HONOREE
,T. W. Nation Jr . was honoree
for a. party given in celebration of
his littii birthday anniversary on
Tuesday, April 0. from 2 to 4 p.
m . w ith his mother, • Mr*- J ,W.
Nation Sr. os h<x ie«s , at their xhe parka-framed faee of Margis
I home. 411 Moss - street in West h ■ famUtar oi|e Amer
Orange lean soldiers and Sailors stationed
Tile guests played oh the lawn near' Ketchikan, Alaska. An
and refreshmcnti: of birthday cake jristaat dlreetnr of the VSO Clua
■ I tiinln
., Iieruhl. |
Winith Wt t
■J ♦ l'<<"
All (ut 1 r nt ,i duplicate reached
tfi.'i' 11, ,. • ,ntr < I. hut only on*
deeliirr made it the one really
snlv.jiw««l player of the hunch —
tli. 'ixlt the rluti Q wnn led every-
" ner" Af'rr winning that and
dr wtng •hrt'e rnuwh of trumps,
•eversl flf the Souths, who appar-
ent ly never he«rd «f an end-play,
led toward the <tl mon'l honors
arid |>lav-l the J a play which
reuld work only if Went held both
■ th" K and Q, TnM* chaps lost two
tricks In ■llainoitilt plus two In
, hearts and were set,-
A nut her ' kcte<i as if he had
heard of end-playsj but didn't un-
derstand them- After three trump
rcurtds, he scored the club A and
then led a heart, which East won.
He took another heart, too, then
returned a club, dummy ruHlng.
This declarer, loo, was set. be-:
cause lie had to lead the diamonds
- The one successful declarer,
after clearing trumps, scored th*
club A and ruffed theft in dummy,
leaving no clubs in either hand.
When he then put East In with a
heart, the latter scored a second
heurt. but then was stuck. If he
led a club. .South could ruff In
dummy and discard,^..iUnmioftd,
leaving'-"htm only one diamond
loser and thus assuring his con-
tract But East. Instead, led the
d^mnnd K. South let that win.
hiit then iuud. had to lead from the
Q-H Infc the A-J, assuring two
trleH#'in the suit and making the
cont| et.-Getting ./id of that last
iLttle cjph before throwing East
in had done the job.
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Tomorrow'* I'roblem '
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+ A tl 7 6 4 2
4 K 7 ft 2
♦ K J 4 3
4 A J 10 9 tl
♦A 10 H 1
South East-West vul*
« A 10 8 ft
X J 10 8 3
If East wins the heart lead and
returns the spade 3. under what
circumstance* should South come'
up with h's A and under what
ones should he lly esse, his con-
tract being 4-Snade*T —
l'''.«ii>i!ut*d by Kiss restarts Byodicat.v Inc. I,
RUML TAX PLAN DROPPED BY HOUSE
Get New Pep,Vim
F«tl Yurs Yoinger
Lac op wttfe (Mm will do C omaina
u SH uToTuvc monky -t«
Iros Mil ST ALL OOOO MU« STOSCS
KVKSTWNKU—im tUSH AT (ASM drus
Manufacturers of confeclionery
and chocolate products recorded
sales IB per cent higher in Jan-
uary 1843 then for the correspond-
ing month of 1942, according to «
report released bjr the Bureau of
UAftN TM1 TRUTH ABOUT
Mobodr Is son to wcap*. And rwmdworme
•*n .^uf-r*1 trsoW* la«U« you or jrour
wiitk hir tM tinkt un-
with ice crcanr were nerved. there she take* th* boys wa pi**
Children attending weie Anita nle*, and instracts classes In
Ooodman. Marie and Elfie Hay, lac and harsemanshlp. She Is
Laveme Morris. Charles Nation.
Elma Unilse, 1-ivenia and Jerry
Delano; Barbara Jean Ru-hardson,
Nancy and Deana I'erry, Hilly
Hardy. Hilly IJuhon, Thetma Kaye
and I^ester Davis, Patricia Ann
Harris, A. 'C. Hebert, Hoy Everett
Tht- honoree regeived many
HON Of A
M4TMLEH SAUTE. NUiMtOH
graduate of Washington State Uni-
versity. where she met her hu >
band, aa Alaskan druggist who I*
■aw in the
oirr or reach
Butler, Pa. <AP A thief who
sneaked into St. Paul's; Catholic
church and attempted to rob the
poor box l*ft empty-handed.
The pastor, the Rev. P. K. Col-
lins. told police a chute now car-
ried the contributions into the
The fim white bread wa>. made
by ah English miller because a
itobltunan demanded bread that
would match his tablecloth.
HOUSS Or RtMIStNTATIVU, la a hectic see-saw battle.
the Ruml skip-a-year plan and all other pending tax
posal*. Representative Robert U Doughton (D.) of I*
left, chairman .of th* ways and means committee,"
as-you-go legislation would be dropped from
year. The Ruml plan was contained tn a bill
tive Frank Carlsen (r.| at WaiWW. right.
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