The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 181, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1936 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ORANGE LEADER
FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1936.
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At Pa rty
Mrs. J*uwin rox «>nt*r(nined with
;« d.tliehtful In-Mft' (XM'ty *,t KS honw
liei'o Thurwday jiftcrnoon nt S o'clock
*mu>ti K «h *i t of honor, Jfrt.
X>lm l* u ;H«rty of Tulim, Oklahoma.
A wetilth nf summer flower* add-
ed to tho" atttwrttvenrwi of the rooni .
JFour taWe« of pl*y*r« took part In
iho oar4 l« which th* hon
ore*. Airs. Jloyghertj- won hl«h noor<
honors. 0.it T>rhees fell to Mlas Ol-
II.- (iimz. The hoaten* aluo present-
wl the guest of honor with an at-
) rai-tlve gift.
A K.-iiad counts W * nerved at eon--
uwlon Of the (tamest. Thone In at-
li iTtlf>oi-e were: Mr*. T. IX S«U«, Mrn.
MrrmK^North, Mr*. RUMftH lir,
.Mr«. Jnck UlKhlower. Mr*. Lawrenoo
Jlustnivre, SUiw^Loralno Lucar, Mr*.
, Oaenr Ranoy, Mrfc. Toiwuie Hugh**,
Mia* (Mile Ooinez, NUfrs. Carleton
v;' Trimble, Mr*. Wynne l e^ree, Mr*.
Mnh-olm IVai ee, Mrs. Jnin> ^ Xeff,
Mr*. Alan Cameron, Mrs
§f';V Orange, Texas
A Hurricane of Action
—Added Fun— /
"Battle Royal" — Oswald
Hash Gordon No. 8
lystery That Threatened
Civilization—and Love That
Solved It! .
The Devil Doff
r —Starring— rr'
—Just For Fun—
Betty Boop Cartoon
The Story Of A Battle For
Love That Shook Two Hem-
? Dick Powell
An"All Star Cart
1 News Flashes
At Last! A Doctor's Wife
Reveals The Startling Sec-
rets Of The Men in White.
Guy Kibbee *
Porky's Moving Day
Peterson and thre<v.teii pieata, Mr*.
Thornton Orifflth, Mis* Elizabeth
l ee« and Mr*. H. J. Xelnon.
Let the Sunshine In —
But No Glare, Please!
By yalatta Taylor
MI*. AND MKS. E, M. PUCRCE
HO.NOIt gTcentm AT r.iitTv
MIsson Florence Benvey and Tvii-
tiela Pierce were liowtoHses for a par-
ty and shower to honor Mr. and
Mr*, E. M. (Mike) Pipt-ce on Wed-
m'mlay evening nt the home of MIhs
Hearer s in Bruner addition.
Various games were enjoyed and
refreshments were serred [o the fol-
.Mr. and Mr*. K. M. Coon." Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Brldgt-H. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Dornmn, Mr, and .Mr*, if Brlce Morgan,
Mr. ni)d Mrs. Ira Bland, Mr*. E. M.
Price, Mr. and Mr*. Itoy Hoffpaulr,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Foreman. Mrs. F.
Meeks, Mr*. N. B. Cain, Mrs. CI. K
Hardy, Mr*. Mat T-ambriglit,. Missies
Betty Brown. . Mary Julia l)«jirman,
Julia Frances Thompson, France*
aver, Beanie Lee . Coon, Katie Kay
I.uticla Pierce, Fae iSAhrrieb-
er, Leonard, I^ee Leonard. Dei-
wood l)or V n, Nate Cain, Dick Ker-
gusoa, Frank . Fiilrcs, Pole Onp-
strennt. AV. S. Pktyoc, Herl ert Htu
Those sending gifts Mr. apd, ;•
Mrs. Hugli Myers, Mr. araNfclr*, Uif
wood llerce, Mr; and Mrs. i\wdM
William* of Port Arthur. >Cr. a
Mr*. J3. .?, Wright of Hhjiwhart,
Mrs, Cheatham'. Mr*. ChHaty, Jlrs. E.
Cottle, Miss Re^n ,-^ro« Sard, Mr,
Mr#- 8- -t. ^M<iouf, Mrif.i ilaud
Hathnway, Mjjf^and Mrs. H, Contlry,
Mrs. ComJ/fT Miss Agnes Meek*,
Ml** A<l*'Bonin, Mr. and Mrs. Hob-
The Flr*t Christian church pro-
gram far. Sunday has Ijeen announced
by the pastor, Kev. W. B. Blount, an
Bible *ehool, 0:45 a. in.: morning
worship, 11 o'clock, topic, "God
ElccU"; Christian Endeavor, 0:4!i p.
m.; eyenlng worship, T:4S o'clock. -
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:4SI
0, in. , All members are urged to bp
In attendance for services of the
chureli. ! ■
Is 4t .'<*.1 ??
CHICLE MEETS AT OICRCIT
The Josephine Payne t'lrclev of the
McBohald Memorial Baptist church
met in the regular business session
at the church on Thursday afternoon
with twelve intending.
Mrs. Peify Bland wa* in i-harge of
the business meeting and Mrs. Je-
rome- Burton was -In charge of i les-
son from the Koyat Xevvlee.
TT'S' Bunrooni time" again i — I the
JL time for spending many I lazy
s on the sunporch or In the
m. If you haven't a ■ sun-
the next best thing tip do la
jto. turn the sunniest room in,the
jhotMis into a Summer room fand
jnnad all of the hours that you can
„4n«yTrooms are always cheer-
Xid places and in the Summer time
|th*y are most attractive when they
Me decked but in cool colors, with
Comfortable, * fnformal . furniture,
with- all decoration such as heavy
draperies, heavy rugs, heavy, up-
bolstering strictly. taboo.Sfx ..
Of course, you l want plentjt>of
sunlight, t But if ( you • leave < the.
. ,wlndows ) bare | the1 room becomes
just one great glare.*One sugges-
tion for curtains Is lace net, such
as used la the picture.« These cur-
weave. They let in plenty of sun-,
light, but they se6m to Bay to the'
sun, "Not too bold, please,!" -Any
stray >breeze that is parsing by
comes right through the lace nets
Into ,the room, too. And they also
give your rooms a certain amount
of privacy from passergby/
Very Summery chintz draperies
are used in the picture, and they,
are hung just to the sill with a
cornice covered in the chintz. A1
plaid j-ug is on the floor. The fur-
niture is maple, one of the many!
real finds that you can buy in Sum-
mer furniture this season.),Gliders
are a joy for porches, too, and so
are the chalze loungeg.t
« Comfortable and cool looking —,
>&nty *of sunlight through your
wlddows but no glare — see that
your Summer room Alls these re-,
qulrements and you can settle your-
MRS. LMiE Y0CNG
HONORED AT PARTY
Mr*. Llgo young wa* honored with
a surprise party in celebration of
her birthday anniversary at her home
in Bland addition yesterday after-
noon. Refreshments «>f punch . and
Mike were served. "
Those in attendance were: Mrs.
W. B. Boawell. Mr*. .L M, D*>ugla*.
Air. and Mr*. Bill Young, Mr. and
Mr*. Je*sle WeleJi^'Mr. and Mr*. Hid
Young,, Mr. L^Blanc, Mr. and Mr*.
Bud Sandiv'ttoTi'. and Mrs.; Balph Bil-
bo, Mr.'and Mrs. Dnrold Oodwln,
Mrsv <foe Hand*, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin
Aj>f6re, Mrs...Paul Sarver, Mrs. W. B.
-IfpergUson, Mrs. Ida Brlnkman and
Bessie Mae Brinkman, Mrs. Cordlu
Brewer,, Mrs. Ida Delno, Mr. and
Mrs. I)an Brown, Ethel and Belfty
Brown, Mr* A,, O. Courmler, Mrs.
Catherine Bouiianel, Mr*, Charles
Eddleman, Mrs. Clara Wrogg*, Miss
Alfreda Hands, Mis* lyorena Voung.
QCfLTING PARTY TO
Ail v.nersons interested In the Ep-
worth League of the Second Metho-
dist churcyv are cordially invited to a
quilltlng part^Nto be held tonight at
the home of MIS XLouise .Mnnuel in
Bruner addition. Th«. hour is 8 p. m.
PARTY GIVEN FOR
KTCM'KHOI.DERS OF STORE
A delightful party was given
jlains' of American n ak«"t are tall self down in it with a lot ot
Mecorativej.andAppeni.aadlalry\ia._enJo£raent all Summer
B. T. Vr ZON E' MEETING
The Orange County B. T. U. Zone
meeting will be held at the Orange-
field Baptist-.church, tonight at 7:'st0
o'clock. Rev. J. M. Hale of Beau-
mont will be the PFlnt-ii>ul speaker.
A watermelon feast will be enjoyed 1
following the short program arrnnjfed j ' P'"e "i and let Dr, F. H. William*, ^,
by Tom Ed Vaughan and members of | Rradnato, liconsed oi tometrist, ]Kt
the program committee.
—^ ' ' ' "are so
DEGREE OF HONOR
TO MEET MONDAY
•All. members of the Degree of j Hon-
or are urged to attend the regular
meeting "to be held at the lodgi> hall
Monday evening at 7:30\p'eiork.
Antiijues and glass for sals. Mrs.
IX A. Pmtsr, LlOfl Orang* Avenue.
you With a pair of beatitiful .FtL-
XVE ritc'rss -gUsses. Thsyvisre sa^
becoming. Office With JOE LCCAS,
Watchmaker and JAtv
FRIDAY — SATURDAY^
MrrstcA l coMi^b y
y* SUNDAY MONDAY
And An All-Star Cast
In Damon Runyon's newest
"3 Wise Guye"
EXTRA - ' * ''' ~-
"liOMH ON THE RANOE"
The Dramatic bombshell that
ha* the nation talking!
15 STARS . '
ISSUE NO. 4
Our expert operators make our work...
outstanding. Highest «ruality at land.-
Try Our Oil Pennanents^'$4.50
Complete, ObIv i
OTHER SPECIAL PRICES
Usual $3.50 Waves, Now $2.50
Usual $5 waves, 2 for... $5.00
FiBger Waves............ 25c
One Week Only
$r> .Waves ft
$3.50 Wpyos L
Thursday afterm.on at, the ThrallklU
Grocery Htore at which all stockhold-
er* were present with the exception
of pne who was out of town on a buy-
tour. Sandwiches and cold drlnKn
CHU1H II OF CHRIST
PROGRAM FtyR SUNDAY .-
Bill llkSH of Beaumont, minister of
t|ie 'Church of Christ hej-e, has an-
nounced his" Sumlay program ais fof-
iow«: ' ' ' ■' :''
Bible school.: :4f> a. m.: morning
worship. 10:45 o'clock, tofilC, "Two
Kinds t>f Beligiori": Young People's
class, ,7 p, in.; eWnlng ivonshlp, 7:45
o'clock, topic, "Christ and the
All memlH-rs of the chur h are urg-
ed to attend and visitors are cordial-
- PERSONALS -
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Huddle, and
son Hunter Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. David left this morning for Dal-
las to attend tlie ('entennlal exposi-
tion. Huddle and David will attend
a T, P. A. meeting.
M. H. Killen has returned 'to his
home in l.os Angeles, ('allforniii af-
ter Hpeudlng a short time here with
his family and other, relatives.
■ 1*1 , ' J'
Mrs, M. II. Killen and daughter
Budie Ma* are visiting Mr, and Mrs.
Richard Eddleman in PfiTt Arthur
Oeorgo F. Smith, *on o((t Mr. and
Mr*, Hugh Hmlth, 6<)2 Border street,
left Thursday for Fort BaVard, New
Mexico for an extended .visit with his
unOe, Nolan M. Hmlth.
ATr. and Mrs. F. L- Korp and two
sons of Te.xarkana. Ark., and - MIhh
Eli^abelhj McDonald of tJaniden* Ar-
knnsns are visiting with Mr, and Mrs,
Forest MeDOnnld here this week.
DR. TOil F. COYLE
Of Ilea <104 Pine St.
Corner Pine A fith
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Our Complete Line
TWO WEEKS ONLY
August 3—1 5th ,
. ' ——
Make Your Appointment Early
i: Sixth at Front St.
'We ReconimoBtl To Our Customers
ET7GENK OIL WAVE
PALACE BEAUTY SHOPPE
505 Front Street
Penney's Final Clean-Up Of
All Summer Merchandise
Summer Sheers and Prints.
Ladies Summer Straw
Good Style ' JjI ' Close Out
Quality ■ Stock
1 £></<>* , &
THIS B A DAY OUR GRANDMOTHERS PRAYED FOR!
III n IC H L E S G
"CI** u frrmlom from heavy* U.ll—Jrl w know
^ lh« Joy ot living!" Thai mm ihr prayer of ««ir
^ pr mlmi lhff , - wh« «rrl«l in ihrlr *<mmI ami
. IP vaitr. «tr *|rle<l lo krrp hmlih in Ihr fain!^, mmI
•pent dreary hour* v*r a hot Movr (lay in. Hay
•Ml! Their prayer U ana*iere«i for yoi —in N®i-
oral Ga*, Matrhlaee Sfnani of (he Modem Hottlh-
No mpn nee«l * mrn fear Ihe thmN of food
eonlaminallon—ihr Gas Refriferalor U racy lo
•via aaad eheap to operate? No More need women vorrh ihrir fare* owe
a hot note—*-!he Modeem Gaa Ranfe folm the rookinp problom oner
and for all! No more It dirt Ihe bugaboo li onee a , with Aalowatlr
Gaa Hot Water aervke* ao iMipeaaitr and eaay to hav«Y No more nerd
yon fear the deeger ft ehlHy eomera in yonr honae hh Automaik
Goa Heat Inatalledl
I're rwry mntrhlrn conr+nirnre SmiurnI Cm aforda/
94 .88 Sandals, Ties
III Y0II HUM! Your deatrr eao aril >n« of the iafawpanMaal*a
tafn of Motirm On l^lawn.. Co lo hit ► «**—him dta* hia <tiqpla**~
V KU iiiilra!
If you lov >d li r In "Ann*
of Ot**n 0«bhr«" ffnd
M'LIm" you'll not w«nt to
MiN till* . . . hrr HeitMt!
ATTEND M ATI NEK
doors open S p. M
Raip la IM* key n tW IVw «fca«M i.n IIhM«i ki t «hr mi r M|w«w«*
•omidelr ' Ml*"**
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pwif* IP w? i ■ *™ . * . ffwr*
2 to 8
? ODDS AND ENDS ?
Full Bed Size
3 for $2
Sizes 14 to 44
Unusual color combinations. Fast
color, good style. •
Men's and Boy's
Whites and Fancy
MEN'S .............. $2 50
All Ladies Summer Shoes
142 pairs of broken sizes.
Boy's Oxhide Overalls
Express Stripe or Blue Denim
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 181, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1936, newspaper, July 31, 1936; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307868/m1/2/: accessed February 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.