The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 124, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1945 Page: 4 of 8

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■ the Iwmcf on. Thursday
,<r. ; follows:
«>r ■. Mrs. A. Gorrett,
1 . n"' t .it Umj home of Mrs.
1 Hhncll \vit) twelve
Airs. Guirett presided
tsr '.mimAcs* meeting and
v.; • OH van contributed
•••!• :ir. making a t tt-'
(.'"J into the <' ivuu
i ireie. -T ai, Wfl^f
I made for a visiting day next
Thursday which is the fifth
Thursday. During the social hour
light refreshments were served.
Circle (Two (The Gleaners Cir-
cle) Mrs.® Ernest Cottle chairman,
met at the home of Mrs. T. O.
Woolley with seven attending.
Mrs. Cottle was in charge of tlie
business meeting and Mrs. J. B.
Sanders conducted tlie Bible study
from the book "The Word of Bis
Grace." A social hour was enjoyed
following the meeting.
Cirrie three, Mrs. Ward Lam-
bert chairman, met at the home
of Mrs. O. C. Gammage wltli
nine attending, Mrs, Hal Wray
was elected circle chairman to fill
the vacancy made by the reslg-
We
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On ALL TYPES of BEAUTY WORK!
,/<Ml urine Newest and Latest Methods ef
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AIm> Cream and Oil Permanents
VII Lines of Beauty Work
('.XPERT OPKRATOK8
EsiablitJied in Orange IS Years
Under Same Management
PALACE BEAUTY SHOPPE
• Front SL / (Over Abe's) tf'hone 4132
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study from the book "Tkje
of HU Grace." Plans were
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!■ Tfre fiavy Town .Cpuncil enMtr-
tajnad "with opfp hou^e" *t, 7the
KfVy-BecTeatlon heU^Prid^.avar
nlng to honor Mrs Jack .Roe, In
lint Included. a song-
teat, "'m
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with _
with" old faSjiiwn^d noae-gays
8rt |&■
ftoe syith a' lov
silver pin WjjfjWrt
from the couffl>lC>: ry ^
, vRfefreshmentsMoflwjchc*
and' puufiir were. $f rved tp ab««t
forty, people cbllluf''#
evenli^g. Mr|. Walter
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Entertainment Included, asoqg-
I' jm-mi br diK wd
VW-TNr.m' tablewes.laid
Ih a lace fife&Mid doffed
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When you think of your future, don't overtook
eye*. >^hat are you doing to aasura
service? Have them examined i
skilled optometrists.
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hy any •# our
«mw**CONVINIINT WIIKLY TIRMSf,
to VUlor
W-V* htmrn m fat- >,
Dr. 8. J. It
BEAUMONT /
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NHIT ARTHUR
nation of Mn. Lptpbert,
the business iTiW) tnjf Ibv
donated five guts for wi
veterans returning to hwsj>|Ull
from the battle fronts. These gifts
will be presented to the men od
their birthday anniversaries. Mrs.
Karl Sladel; had charge of the
Bible sti
Word
made for • garden party and sup-
per for members of the .circle and
their husbands next Thursday at
the home of Mr. end Mrs. Oam-
magc.
Circle four, Mrs. J. D. Joiner
chairman, met at the home of
Mrs. U. W. Brown III with si*
present. Mrs. J. B. Selman vice-
chairman was named chairman
to take 4J e place of Mrs! Joiner
who has resigned and Mrs. H- M.
Hargrove was named vice-ehal|f-
man to succeed Mrs. Selman. Tlie
third chapter in the Bible study
book "Tlie Word of His Gra<*"
was given and a social hour was
enjoyed. Plans wire made Jo meet
next week at the home of 'Mrs,
Charles Ferguson. . j.
The Wesljgyjfjt Guild- met In
regular session Thursday' evening
at tlie home of Mrs. Eugene Cot-
tle with sixteen nttendtfiig. The!
study hour <vas devoted to a round |
table discussion of the W. C. S.!
hand book .-uid Ute candlelighting
scrvice ,was held. During the soc-
ial hour refreshments Of punch,
sandwiches and ca&e were served.
The moeting ntxt we#k was fnoy- • Rey. pjsU>r . u
ed up to Friday night because of tile first Church, Tfckrtni
the hlgli school graduation on •'\ho,Uhced plans for
Thursday and a picnic will lie
held at the home of Mrs'. Lela
Mouton in Brownv, ood: addition.
. Circle Five, Mrs.' -Charles
Grooms, cl<airman. met at the
Riverside Adult. Building. MPPr
I day mdrning with ten present- A
pledge serv ice was hetd ,and Bible
study: ■' • y-; -i'feaWy ■
Methodi.sf.Y^njg
PeQpl^lanM^^"; f.
Party Saturday :
The Young, Pedpi^'f ptvisioiw at
the Pirst' Methodist church, will.
intfertslu with' a May Paijy at.
the church ««> Saturday evening
with Miss Evelyn Waddell. 'dea-
coness, in charge. All young Mo-
ple. of ti)« thurch and , .their,
friends are itiviled .to atteud, A-
dults of the church' wl)} ..klso be-
welcome on this bccasi^tv. A fea-!,
tuns of Ute evening , w)u. Ue; the
crowning of Ute king Mvd tiueep.
Baptist W. M.^-
Meets At Ghu-rcK •
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About twenty five.members of
Uie First Baptist Womai !s Miss-
ionary Union attended- Uie gen-
eral monUiiy business'^ seisfaxf - Of
aU circles at the church* Thursday*
afternoon wiUt Mra"Ai" R. Car-
roll. presideht, In. chgrie. n y •*, '
Mr .-T. M; Blue, was-
vice prcsideht. to 4U1' the
made vacant
of Mrs. Sam Halyi
voted to change U
moAUU#
meetings.. During the buslne'ss
session five new mthibefs 'were
announced fur the month'.; ' V -
Following the business; metUrig
a program "Consecration'Of The
Centennial to Clurisf'.^waa' lield.
The devotiunal • service- was' Mid
,by Mrs. Charles' {♦emlti, Sr.,'and
the following UKik 'paj't oiivUie
program: Mrs. R. A Landry,'Mrs.
Ale* Lott, Hud Mis. (joy -Wiles.".
During Uie social hour;/mem-
bers of circle six served light re-
freshments.
.ttt
:Te Assist
Middy
IAjtU.S.0
Pelham Chap-
sefre*h-
we«l|ly Service
,1 neat Sunday at' the
tr6m 4:30 to «:30 it waS
day by Mrs. D. O,
ay Social.1 chairman
t^t tfso; « :
Hunter Beaty, chapter
it arid Mrs. C, C. Keown,
food dtslntittn will l^e assisted by
MM Alejt'fcott, kfrs/C. M. tlUey
'ak>d't Mrs.. &.) Gliddenl. u f
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•rodyJSisht.
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"^h| flayy tywn Council wiU
Sponso^a-daJlce to be. giVeyi Sat-

CYPRESS STREET
U$0 SCHEDULE
ACTIVITIES
Friday, 8*15 p. hi-, Informal
Dance, Social room;. Jservicemen,
Sei-yidewomen, GSO Junior Hos-
tesses. 8:30 p. m„ Informal dance
at Naval Base; Servicemen, Ser-
vicewumen, GSQ JQhior. Hos-
tesses. 8:00 p. m., Oris meet at
for registiLtion to go- to Naval
Base dances; buses will be pro-
vided; no private cars.
Saturday, 7:30 p. m., Informal
A ;tivllies, Social room. 8:00 p.
m., Movies; Servicemen, War
Workers and families especially
Invildd.
Buuday 11: 00 a. m.. Go to the
Church of Your Choice. 12:45 p.
m., ShufTlebourd, ping pong,
j 'is. ' -' isaai. . 'Jfii
m.i Talk a^LeMy
Club room;
tngs made 111'afternoon. 4:30 p.
in., Vfsper Hour, Reading room;
group singings Inspirational talks;
open? to Servicenitn, Servlcwo-
men, GSO Hostesses, War Work-
Cfs and their, iamllles. Refresh-
ments. Long distance calls will
be given away throughout the
■week. p, -*
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
AT McDONALp pAPTlST
Announcement was made today
Of plans for the dully Vacation
Bible school to open June 4 at
the McDonald Memorial Baptist
church. The sessions wUl be held
dally from 0 to 12 o'clock for a
five day period.
Mrs. & A- Watts has returned
to Orange from New York City,
where for the past three years,
she has studied at the Julliard
Institute of Musical Arts.
^uSjll
rtfiia
will be held •
ril tbmmifc s-fr-Srfto
L... V<v
St.-MARK
with K"
i. to .rut uie pi#c#
by the' reslgnaUdn
Hslyurd. It was Also
te the meeting hour
VICTORY iB. T, Ui CLASS
PLANS SOCIAL TUNIGHt
The Victory B. T, U. Class of
tlie North Orange BapUst church
will be entertalneu with a social
on Friday t p. m. at the church | regular meetings. •/<
and aU members are urged to at- The Mary Alexandria
tend.
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Mrs. W.'Wt Hgrtaoi Sli^ dhartel
Wivti alHMMfr/ffat* M'
sistfng Mre. -W. -B. .ltat«)ie>> bT-
fered ptUfoifg&'&n ?'v' 5'
Plans weje •Go^dj'W th4 <Mr
cMs' to partldpSU - im" tl*-V
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CIRCLES MEET THURSDAY
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circles of Ui
mdrlal BapUst w. sa..
the church on/Thuraday for the
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Lovely to look at... and hear*, to own
... come the day* of etturiag wanutk
ImiuUon white kid or liiitetioa Mara*
win artfully crafted to piaoe youthful
ebarm around your feet... wear tested
LEATHER SOLES
Circle
met at I a. in. v.-ith six present.
Mrs. K. W. Ttrrell led
ional and Mrs. Roy Smith taught
the lesson. , i
, The Sail.-e circle met > at Uie
church'/il 2130 p. m. wRh Mrs.
Charlie -Burch in> cKarie. Mrs.
MUam i Ltatcomb led the Miss-
ionary program. Five attended.
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We Colt aenoer
. Immediate Service
BOOKKEEPING
Large or Small Seta
RioNTHLY
WltHHOLDtkO TAX
UNElttoiOYtato TAX
ssrolits
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THE HEROES OF WORLD WAR 1 REMIND US..
TO BUY ALLTHE BONDS WE CAN . NOW..
Tliey know tlie cost ui human life and equipment, to
win even a small military engagement. They know
how many boys lie in Flanders Field who might have
been home if the last war was a day, a week, a month
shorter. That's why for the sake of "their sons and nep-
hews now embroiled in battle they urge us all to buy
Bonds and keep them, to shorten the war by speeding
Victpry.
CLOTHING for men and women
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OS. H. GREEN
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JIM JAMISON'S
ORCHESTRA
NAVY TOWN HALL
SIXTH AT KNOX
SATURDAY, MAY 26th:.
9 P. M. 'Til
Admission. I'er l'erson
65c Plus
Tax 15c
TOTAL 80c
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Bancroft Bids.
(Stairway next door to Thad'a ! 1
Clothing Store)
SPECIAL
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