The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 251, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 27, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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SUNDAY, JUNE 27, \MJ % t J
Marilyn Miller No. 2
es Her Name
THf¥ CO DOWN TO THE
BUY FRESH COFPEE
OUR COFFEE IS ROABTBD THE
d^- you buy it It'n "ABSdUJTPJ-
CIjOTHES LEFT, OVER 30 day*
Pants JlQc; I^dle*' long coat suits,
$2.50 up; Men's RUlts. $!! up. Kins
LT FRESH. Tiff PORT OF OR-
ANGIIW-BLEND. ORANGE COF-
FEE COM PAN r. Phone 115
11938 SKMW PO&TIAC COtTPB.-.
Good condition. Cheap. PftOno GOO
1(103 Green Ave.
[ Classified Rates
The rates tabulated below
apply to. at 1 b originating with-
in the Orange trade territory,
four, seven and thirty time
rates quoted apply to adS
lehedntad for oonseeutive days
iiiw p -art
wi i 1'j'iSg
iHUMI M , mil'w
imi.mi sk 1 LM | W
JM C Ml ggg I 14b- I .TiF
WANTED TO BIT?
(tWRtrr CATTLE CaWes and Hogs
every dhy, SABINE. PACKING
COMPANT. Phono 9003. 6-28
TOD SAVE MONEY ON OUR DAT
old ami started AAA Chicks. Vin-
ton Butchery. Vinton. La,
E liECTRI O R EffRIOERATK >N.
StrvlCk Call Mr. Alborn at phone
ISO. 600 or 848. ORANGE FUR-
NITljRB COMPANY. J-5
Th^totii^LSdS7" L00K WK OPT
Publlehsd every aRernoon
Saturday, and Saaday mi
•011-1 Front' Street by the
Leader Publishing Company
Entered at; pranRe. Taxaa P. a aa
Seoond class Mai! Matter, Vnder
4«t of CoErgrem,* March tj iff*
Sjr Mall or Carrier, l month ...4
Alvertlaing rates. '
RRRT PIT BAi|bECHE, " SjHTffwichp/>
at Jam-up's. MBarbopuef lb. 45c;
Texas Boor, one
Dealers in new and.
hand furniture. We buy,
and sell. Also have
Electric Refrigerators, priced
1104.95 up and Orosley radios,
priced $19.99 up. 110 Border
street. Phone 439.'
SIGNS (V LIFE SIGNS; George Ron-
Ttam. Owner, removed to 01- EAST
GREEN,. next to White "Way Ser-
vice Station. 7^26
BUS STATION TAXI' PHONE 282.
Peterson and. "White. Peterson*
resldeneo. phone la 62ft; White's
uptown phone 20. Prompt — Re*
liable, service any Hour of 'doy or
MABTOK ffiWyyifini t';
HArIiS MMRNB SERVICE. Ma.
rlne V^tractlnjr — Tugs — Harfjfeg
speedboat*—Quarter Roots. Fourth-
street \jock8. Phone 98. 8 20
HAJVR TOUR OLD Mattresses con-
verted Into Inner-springs equal to,
the bent mattresses made. ALL
WORK GUARANTEED, 110E
Green avenue. Phone 180.
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE
EXPERT AUTO B1WAIRING. body
work, Duco Painting. We service
all makes-of cars. All wot* guaran-
teed. ORANGE COUNTY MOTOR
COMPANY. Corner Seventh and
LITTLE CHIfKENH nnnd young Pe-
kin Duclti". MIhs Lily Roxe
Stftrks, ... ^ 6-2S
HRBR IS TOUK CHANCSW * W
barfaln; An Unilerwood t.vpe^rl-
' ter praofleally -good aa oeW at a
genuine bargain If tjtk^n at once,
A. F. Burns, tul^pfiijetig 4B? and"
U0L ^ \ ■
on one lot. Priced
Jlghw and water,
Caifi7"~7. JflS PBt
IDRAL HO.MW SITR.
Price only $275.00.
J. E. Pattlll
VACANT I.OT f'OllNRB. 8th A Or-
ange Ave. Price' only $475.00
-- cn8h. J, R. Pattlllo. 0-23tf
SPECIAL WOIIW for mnirlnrt Wo-
m n. Karrj to $tl weekly and your
own dresnoa FREW. -No canVastt-
lng. GIvo age and dress nlae.. Fash-
ion Prockn, Inc., Dept. D-8-7S4, Cln-
clnnatl, Ohio. ' • • V
SET-OF KEYS AMD LOCK at Green
Ave- and Twelfth or Second and
John. Return to Leader for r£-
. ward. 0-25
radio r^&xbikg C. of C. SPEAKER
RADIO SERVICE. ALL MAKES.
Call King Fountain, Orange Fur-
niture Co. Phones 120 and 5150,
. llV J iMji' | ' I ' |'l - |.
FURNISHED APARTMENT. South-
ern expnstiV, , A'l)l>iy 904 Fourth
street. . \ T-3
TWO. ROOM FURNISHED Apart-
jpfmerit. W CheiW street. Mrs. G.
Slmar. \ 7-3
ConMittfed from Page One
l*Wlth a total farm Income of $1,-
555,000 for the county and? the ifldUH-
and talented alfteen-
girl named Marilyn Millet
mother after the late Zle#rfeld
•tar has been signed by- RKO Radio
fttiA ,tnui been assigned to a support-
ing role lit the forthcoming "An-
The young prospect's family nam*
1b Miller, and her mother had sucb
admiration fof the actreas who wa*
a toast of Niw Tork'from her dl
wwtflg Zlagfeld throurt hor ap-
pearance In the Broadway rage. "Ka
Thousands Cheer," that she gave her
daughter the flrst nameof "Marilyn."
However, (or her screen appear-
ancea Mis* Miller's^ name has been
changed to Dorothy. Vernon, to
. avoid confusion.
MIm-Miller started bar career at
\ tti -aga of* three; as a singer at
burcb" affairs Ih Baltimore, where
Im was bom. and f6r her first public
appearance her mother coached her
to slng' "Sally," the • song so closely,,
identified with the ortginal Mnrllyn
At tha ago of eight, Id competition
with other school children. Marilyn
was selected by Waiter Damrosch, to
play the queen In "A Midsummer
Night's Dream," which was pro-
duced. at the Lyric Thea'ter in her
has been singing over
Baltimore, and baa
pearancoa In New York
ammersteln and Joe
^e also has appeared
or with 3hep Field's
made guest t
on the Ted
as rhythm aid
orchestra at the!
trial payrolls tolalioK $1,250„OOP,\by
the end' of this/year we will liavo i>m-
CiROM hundreds of~little fishing viUsges aI6ng
earn and the west coasts of Canada, fishermen daily
go down to the sea In ships. These fishermen areas
picturesque as the villages they live in. Both havr
remained utterly unspoiled by die advance of a rather
hectic civilisation and they are just beginning to be
discovered by tourists, especially by those who visit
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and
Peninsula. In the upper left hand comer of the I
a swordfish fisherman is just la
the famous waters off Cape Breton island; upper
• Nova Scotia tuna is Wig hoisted oa to ,
near Chester while the lower group shows t
Atlantic fishermen and one of ths typM M*/:
inf ill sges that dot the shore of tilt Gaspe
t,v well l)iilanrf(d agrleullure with ln-
duHtry. -j ""
"Right yearn ago property valUee
bad .stagnated in Columbia. Vacant
dwelling*, offli-e* nmr store building*
wore plentiful. Today property val-
ues are above their former penk>
There Im not a yneant b'i'tlldlng In town
although 00 new reeldenee* and' oth*
i-r bulldlngH htive been oot *truote«V
during tho past year: Diirlng the
past twelve montli*, our main: street
tins praetleirily l een .renovated frow
one end to the other. One flrirt" I*
now spending |10,000 for a new
"You will probably'ask what hn«
brought all thbr^aWaut.' Well, a« stated
before thoi;i ' are two primary for-
ce* -wbliiti^eomblne lo make eommu-
Ultl«>jfgrow and prosper. First, lend-
>rtthll>: there must l>e men nn<l wo-
mon of uni|iio*tloned integrity an*
of proven 'nlillity having a. great ca-
paclty to servu. who are willing to
Mjbordlnaie seff for the benefit Of
thiy many. Tfiev moat; lie wllMngs to
devote their lieat tbought fitwl "ffort.
to project ing I be cotwuiuiity'M gO«iil
lunae and to prOiWotlng It* l>e*t ItWW-
e ts. Without *itCh positive thought
and tioi*lUV action tlvere, Can be ro>
constructive program. Seconal, thw
ntirtit be tt. loyal ami eatliualstlo army
of/helper* Who are ready anil willing^
liy all tlrrtes to contribute of their
means, tljielr time and their talent tf>
the securing of those tblngg wWflh
will advance- the common welfare.
"Next, viaion, tlien faith; these nn
■eoH are moMt effectively lirouglrt to
gether through a chamber of eo
merce. llciv leadership imd
ship are merged and cryStAUiiai into
action, Itefe Is an InstrumeiitaUtr
which pills the weight, of n> nilwrs and.
""" clement of power liehind tl . Iitras
.ndivlduala, niitlUng It possibla to
do tK^nl*'« n group which up;, one
could pnsslbly do alone, Oii.t^pf such
lhoi ght\nd action the vjgoroue. liv-
ing VointnuXlt.v spirit fcrow* and II la
this spirit which fashions oltles de-
termining tbeftVprofresH ttt~ decline."
ie Sounds Like a Garag^man
GENE BYRNES \
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NORTH ' AMERICAN .ACCIDENT
Insurance. 2. , per. • year.
A. M. H. Siftrk, Agpnt.
,SPECIAIi SUNDAY DINNER
;Bj\KED CHlqKENV Kl) , DRESS-
ingg or -rFrled 'ChlMten, celery and
not salad, crcatn potatoes, EngtlsH
peoiy pickled beets, \ squash and^
fruit jello, priced «o; Regular
Dlrtner, choice S meiteft 3 vege-
tables, salad and1 dPssArt. ' priced
30c; Cold Plate Lunch.\80c; Ala
Carte orders of fish and \teftk.
tou wiliT enjot :[br3|Nc
your friends to BeJile?*-, for "
Try our warm weathen;,q^etra«
llciously prepared. Jlltlt US'
SIX ROOM HOME. Completely fur-
nished' or untusnlshedV All modern
■conveniences. Reasonable. - West
. Park avenue. Phone fll\ 6-25
•TWO DESIRABLE unfinished
apartments to reasponslhle parties
with ' references. Third and \'lne
streets. Apply- Hal Carter. C\25
ACL OlS OUR ""TYPEWRITER^
have been put In first class condi
--■Son..—Special prices for student,
br week, month or period Of school.
A. F. BURNS, Phonos 904 and 452.
. r—'• --—5—— :
Leader 50c Month
oke, Soys, Hl be
AROUND' THE LA&T
TWfit WEEK PER
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An t>tl> MrtW rwnnti. ln<-,
DUMNV Secret O*tVa11vt"48
-W¥MIELL\ VE6, MB. \
Tailored to fft your needm' Phono
234, Texas Awning Co., Port Kt>
thur, 'JVxns. Orange Paint Co.,
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READY, 7 MONEV
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when he saes onei
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 251, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 27, 1937, newspaper, June 27, 1937; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth303035/m1/3/: accessed September 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.