The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 2, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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ipper Weaver and
Share Party Honors
Skipper W«HWr and Nancy Cou-
villion jointly celebrated their fifth
birthday anntvcsaiies with n party
at the hitter's home Friday after-
A pink and white color scheme was
used In the appointment*. Twin
UrtMay cnke centered the table and
l>lnk and' white candles burned-- - in
crystal holder*. Favor# of candy
and paper whistles were presented.
Refreshments of lee cream and indi-
vidual cakes Iced in white and pink
, - In ihe games of pinning the tail on
the donkey, Row Irene Mullock and
Al 1 tooth won first prize and Meade
Graves low prlwv ' ,
Invited xuests were: .Barbara Ba-
uer, Meade Graves, Joan .Pariah'.
Beverley Lou and John Ford Chan-
nine, Jerry Huaanne Weaver, Jackie
Couvillion, Betty Pancy, Tommy Ad-
ams, PcKffy Smith, loan Sanders.
"Waldene Anne Peterson. M area ret
Ann and "Wynne Vearce, George and
Dickie Sells, Jerry McOee. Al Booth.
Bobby and Lutcher Simmons, pearee
llenecke, Mnrjorle AVine and Ward
Flowers, Jerry Hilsmnn. Marca Lee
Ucrrlncton, Junior Calllivet, Betty
Thornhill. Paul Meal. Jean Anne
GVdger. Carol Jean White of Rosen-
bufg. Biilie, Bob and Jean Gardner,
Georgia. Wont, Barbara Inuian. Doc
Shyrock, Frank Wall, Rose Irene
Bollock. ,s '* < V
Those from Vinton were: Betty
Cio Benolt, Mltjsi McrGann. Fred W.
Thomas Jr., Margaret Louise and
Jimmy Welch, Son Lyons. Alvlri To-
nlette Jr., Son McElroy, Bobby Bow-
den, Billy Frank Cocke. D. J. Mb-
reau. Patricia Hoyet, Jobn Vallle
' Jerry Pat and Jim Bob Crawford.
George Hardy Vincent of Sulphur,
Jack. Jill and Mary Catherine
Jilckerson, Julia and Anne West
from Lake Charles. jUi.
Harry Lucas. Ijuira Green and
Bobbie .Tohn^nn from Heaumofit. J
Mrs. H. B. Baker was transferred
from the borne of her sister, Mrs.
Mercer, In the Cove, to the Frances
Ann Lutcber hospital in a Wheeler
ambulance Saturday morning.
Klsiu Sohmer of \ew York is visit-
ing here with Mr. and Mrs. Max
# Modern Individuality
Mrs. W. S. Jackson and two sons
Bobby and Dickie left today for
Bond, Colorado where they will visit
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. L Stark at their
Mrs. H. A. Padon and daughter
Helen from Sherman are visiting
wltb the former's parents, Mr. :*ltd
Mrs. George Hnit.v. 104 \Vater street.
Mrs. Hampton Tucker of Houston
Is a week-end guest of Mr. tUfd Sirs.
(Jeorgo Hagy of Grange.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Humblo an-
nounce the birth of an 11 1-2 pound
baby son borri at their home on Hart
Mr. and Mrs. <)nslt; Ituss of Xash-
vllle, Tenn., bavo returned'."to their
home after a visit with Mrs. S. I*.
Russ of Orange. y
Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Burns Sr, and
son, Kdward, accompanied by Sir.
and Mrs. Have Journeay and son Da-
vid left today at noon for Alalsimu
to be gone about a week. They ex-
pect also to attend the Tomi* Cen-
tennial at Dallas for a short time be-
Mr*. M. C. Couvillion and two
children are leaving today for Grand
Isles, La,, for a two week visit with
her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
and Mw. Jack James.
Mrs. Muriel Whlttiaker
morning for her , borne In
leans, Da,, after spending
here as a guest of Mrs. 51.
lion and family.
WOMAN'S WlvHDKV IIIBI.E
CLASS TO MEKT
The Woman's Wesley Bible- class
of the First Methodist churchy -Mrs.
W. L. Roberts. teacher, will meet at
the church on .Monday evening trt'
" Vi 3 o'clock for the monthly Imsl-
noss, mixslonary and social session.
Mrs. F. A. Harris will be in charge
of the business confcrencc.
Anti«u«q and glass for nil. Mr*.
1 . A. Prutsr. 13M Orangs Avsnne.
TO THE VOTERS
Of Precinct No. 2
1 wish to take this method
of expressing my apprecia-
tion to the voters for their
splendid support in Satur-
day 'h primary and earnest-
ly solicit your vote and in-
fluence in the run-off Au-
W. H. PAYNE
John J. Bull. Orange's oldest sur-
viving ex-postmaster, was reportetlas
being very ill Saturday at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. A. fore-
man, at 1012 Orange avenue." Judge
Ball has been confined to his bed
under treatment oC a physician for
the past ten days, - \
G. P. Grosjean, a former Grange
business man, who left here 24 years
ago, is' here on a visit to friends and
Mr. and Mrs. W. I v. I.ylle and
daughter Miss AdelUi of Ureen-
Villn and another daughter, Mrs.
Harold Hudson of I.nfkin. returned
to their homes 4xitla.v after a fW dqys
spent here on a visit to frlemis..^
O. W. Gga. a PWA Inspector from
(he Fort .Worth division office, is ex-
pected to be here in the. next few
days to join the forces of government
looking after work on the Orange
county court house job.
TO MEKT MONDAY
The. Board tlfTJeacons of the First
Baptist etuueeh will meet in regular
session at the church Monday night
at 7:46 o'clock. A full attendance of
the board Is urged.
JI'NIOlt It. A. To MEET
AT CHl'KCH MONDAY
-The First Baptist Junior 11. A. will
meet at the church on M
day afternoon at 3:30 o ick
for the regular session. A fy at
tendance is urged. '■/
OLE SOL IS FAIRLY BOILING
OVER . . . cause we are making
everyone feel nice and cool in
fresh, clean clothes, when he is
, trying to make us feel uncomfortr
. ] ably warm, and hot and sticky . ,
I PERFECT DRY CLEANING
I IS THE ANSWER
CLEANERS, DYERS, HATTERS "
38 -iMi Sixth at Front Sts.
White oak, used for shelves and drawers in this room, gives the
effect of paneled wails.. Ample closet and drawee space is provided,
and the corner cupboard offers a place for glass and china. Case-
ment windows over the sink allow the housewife plenty of light and
air while she is preparing Ihe meal or washing the dishes. The room
was redecorated with funds obtained from a private financial insti-
tution holding a contract of insurance with the Federal Housing
POWER BIBLE CLASS
TO MEET MONDAY \
The Power Bible class of the First
Methodist Sunday school, Mrs. W. H.
Malono teacher, will meet ,ln regular
session on .Monday afternoon at 3:JO
o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. O.
Pope. All members are .urged to at-
CHICLE PLANS MEETING
The Josephine I'a.vue Circle of the
McDonald Memorial Haptlpt . church
will meet at the church on Thursday
afternpon at 2:30 o'clock for the
wockly study hour. It was announc-
ilirVENII,!-: DKQIIKE OF
HONOlt TO MKET
The Juvenile-Degree of Honor will
tiold the regular meeting at the lodge
hall Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock
with Mrs. JUlilan Toups, adult lend-
er, in cliurgc.
degkek team called
TO pkactick wkrtksdav
The Hebckoh Degree team Is cull-
ed to practice at the lodge hall Wed-
nesday night at 7 :30 o'clock In prep-
aration for the inltlationuttt the reg-
ular itebekah meeting on Thursday
IQH 0. A. PLANS
MEETING AT HVT
The Junior G. A. of the First Bap-
tist church has planned a meeting at
the but on Main street Wednesday
afternoon at 4 :S0 o'clock for the
regular business session and mission-
ary lesson.- ']:■ •"j"-?;'
DEGKEE OF HO.VOU
TO MEKT AT HADL
Tbn Degree of Honor will meet In
regular session at the lodge hall on
Monday evening at 7:SO o'clock and
it is requested that all members at-
Gome l and (et Dr. F. H. Wllllaaas.
graduate, licsnsed optometrist, fit
you with a pair of beautiful FUI -
Vl'E riu:!ess glasses. They are so
becoming. Office with JOE LUCAS,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
DR. TOM F. COTLH
Office 004 Pine St.
Corner PJne A 5th
ACT, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE
I Are you sure you have not overlooked a dress or coat
that needs cleaning and pressing and perhaps STORING
for the summer?
If so you will be favoring yourself as well as us by
BURNETT'S INEEfcA LAUNDRY
~ "" Tele^ione 80i
Is Honored On
THIPLE li CI^ASS
Thfl Triple 1, class of the First
Christian Sunday school was enter-
tained for the regular meeting on
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Albert
Mates us hostess With six attending.
Mrs, Pat Lesley led the opening
devotional and Mrs. W. B. Blount
the lesson. A short business
meeting whs followed by a social
hour and light refreshments were
served. Mrs. Cliff O'Banlon will itc
hostess next week.
.Toe Colbtirh, son of Mrs. and Mrs.
Geo ^e;.t^ |lnirh,-'.Lwl)?brrited. his fifth ■
birthday anniversary with a party nt'|
his home, ir.02 Cherrv street, Fri-
day 'morning at 10 o'clock'.
Gaines were played on the lawn
with favors of caps, balloons and
mint cups being presented to each
|fuest. Itefreshnicnts of li e ereaitl i
and cake were served. , Green and !
white Were predominating colors in j
invited guests were; 'Pierce lien- j
eeiie. Uutcltfr and !l.ou Ida Simmons. !
.limmle Hill. Skipper Weaver.' J'oann j
Sanders, Totnmie Adnins. .lean Ann
Gudger, .Terry HI1siu:in. .lohn Curtis
of Houston, Jane Kllznbeth Kiving
of Motlrov. I,a,. '"Roger " Futi h, ,lo«
McClelland, Ward ■ l?l«\Vers. Nitney
Couvillion, Caroline Wall, liel- - ■-
en McDonttld, Charlotte Ann I wish | 1'IHKNDSIIIP CLASS
nell, Hank Wall. Alary Ann I.i'ster.'f Pl/ANS MEKTING
Norma l.ee Savon, ilalph and Doro-
thy Neil Gay, llueln Ha-rl Williams,
.loan Parish arid hpr house guest;
Bess Crew Of Sulphur, Margaret Ann
Pearee, Doe Shyrock, George Hart. Jr.
CIUCI.KS TO MEET
Circles of the First Baptist Wo-
taaiji's Missionary society will meet
1 in the homes Thursday as follows:
Circle one with Mrs; F. U. Wil-
; Hams, circle two with Mrs. I.. P, Uaz-
| naiio. circle three with Mrs. L. M.
i Oiirtcj!. circle four with Sirs. N. Hy
! Taylor, circle five with Airs. I-Vmaw
I Clougl), 'circle six with Mrs. l*?d Keltz.
The Friendship i^fss of the First
! Methodl.sl Sunday/School, Mrs I>. A.
i Glidder,, tcache)^w|lil ineet^' trt the
j borne of M'ra/n; A. Dodd on Pine
J .sti'eet Moiula.v evening -at 7 :'30 o'clock
for the regular meeting.
Hart,president, will be In charge.
MAItV MH'ISF NEZAT
IS HONORED AT PARTY
Mary I.ou'tse Nezat was entertainetl
with tv delightful party oil her
tccntb birthday pnrilvcrNnry ajx^lier
home. Mrs. N. Nczat was assisted
In the serving j>y Mrs, i'.yKi Pecry
and Airs, Roy Conwny. /l,un>'h"'ifrid
cake were served to following:'
Mal-y Alice and ltUtfc Smith. Nick.
Mabel and .lulta/AVlngnte, .Harold
i're jean, .Jelnr-yWulHton, Viola and
Junior Nezat/ .Margaret ISoudreaUx,
Ashton Soi>rner. laeroy Iti-enux.°
1ST RECEIVED- another 100 ef
Texas Centennial souvenir spoons,
large size, engraved 1830-10:10 in the
howl, and with the TeSas seal on the
fare of the handle and the shield of
"th« Cnited States on the back. These
are made by the Rogers interna-
tional Silver company and guaran-
teed for a lifetime. 'Parked In beau-
tlfiii eonvenir boxes 'ready for mailing
each 'J.'ic. People are buying them
by the dozen. JOE LVCAS, Watch*
maker and Jeweler.
Southwestern Greyhound Lines
Bus Station, 5th & Division Sts., Phone 137
Open 24 Hours
Busses Leave Orange
2:05 A. M.
11:50 A. M.
1:50 P. M.
5:20 P. M.
7:55 P. M.
11:20 P. M.
Port Arthur Division
Busses Desve at t:45 A. M„ 1:10 P. M., S p. M.
Arrlte Fro Pt. Arthur a| It4t A. M, 1:45 P. M.. 8 P, M.
You reaffy njoy A# New Orleans ujhen you
stop of Hotel Cfia!mette,juit a f«u blocks from his-
toric Canal Street and within easy reach of all points
of interest.. .lorjfe comfortable rooms* law rates.
m IIIHU WITS HTN tUt
" i. k
Branch Of The Fair Inc. Beaumont
UP TO $5.90
NOW ON SALE AT
Sheers Tl.ose arc only a fpw of the
Crepes liiany materials that are rep-
Chiffons rosonlod in this lai'ge col-
Prints lection of dresses that liavo
Acetates been specially priced for
Laces Monday and Tuesday. Sty-
Eyelets les that are upju'opriatc for
Swisses all occasions and in a com-
Shantungs plete 1'iui of /sizes.
TO $1.88 COTTON FROCKS
Thorn? dresses are nil apprnprlato. for
street woar and for sports wear.
Thene are many <-olors and patterns
to choose from. All fast colored nia-
tcrial'M. Those dresses"have ls>en spec-
itilly rpdiM'ed for Monday and Tuesday
A good run of slaes.
krlnkled b e d
spreads in as-
sorted «;oIors, a
litxflli . Uenuine
extra lohR, full
double lied width
Cannon fine iiiu-h
lln HheetiriK, full
double l>ed width
Three feet wide
■seven feet Ion*.
cloth shades, 'spe-
UP TO 88c SILKS
Consisting of printed Acetate Crepes
. . . Him Phiues . . Colored Shan-
tungs . . . Flat Crei es In pastel col-
ors . . i Celariese Taffelim. Those
afford a wonderful assortment of
colors and patterns and are among
the season's Kinartest and most po)>-
UP TO 24c COTTONS
Consisting or a full assortment of
Summer sheer materials such as
printed muslins, printed fhwtons.
Printed Imtistes and a number of
otln-1- popubir cotton materials. Many
of: thcMv materials are excellent to
tart ."school- With. ■
A Curtain Special
Cotislstlnx , of Prlsellla curtain*, tu.ll-
oi-ed curtain*, pai-e panels. Utchen
curtains, lmth cmnn ourtnlns. .Vn: as-
sortment of Mt>Ii-«. All of excellent
quality material*. ' Specially reduce*!.
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 2, 1936, newspaper, August 2, 1936; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307869/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.