The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 185, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 5, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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Miss Bessie Crew
Is Honored At
ggllp |Party - Shower
Mies Boss 11' Crew, l>rlde~el«>et of
W. B. Taiouibo of Vinton, wa« nam-
ed guest of honor tor a lovely party
and mlMOfllrtnefHiH nhnwnr on Tuox
day evening with Mrs. Monroe Coi-
l urn, Mra. Weldon McClelland and
Ml « Soi>hler SehultR as ho«ten e« at
the former's home on Fourteenth
A pink and green color motif was
featured in the appointments. Zin-
nia, coral vino and fern were used
as floral decoration un.d refreshments
of strawberry' ice cream and cookies
' ■' . iced In pink, were served.
'Games were enjoyed during the
o ening. '' • . v "
Those in attendance were: Miss
Johnnie Helen HatWIff, Miss Elisa-
beth MatiKjwH, Mrs". Edgar Stakes,
Mi's. Henry Crew. Mrs. fleorgo Mil-
■ Ier. Mrs. H. . Ikti-bce. Mrs, Sam Ml-
Gee, Mlsx Karllne Walker, Miss
Clare t'oyle, Mrs, Eyerette Fuller,
Mrs. I'rt.v Colburn.' Mrs. Dave Craft,
' Mrs. J. H. McHcnry, Mrs. Oconee
Craft.' Mrs. A. Miller. Mr*. Waldon
Miller, Miss Velnia flurgess.
He tiding gifts were: Mrs. Lon
Craft, Mrs. Alonsco Craft. Misses Avu
and Bill Lowe, Mrs. Hope Brady of
H'ort Neches, Mrs. J, l*. Davis. Mrs.
rthur Mycin,' Mrs. W. L, Case. Miss
Anna Peres, Mrs. Howard Sandifer.
Mr«.\ A. N. Hebert. Miss LucUe
Marsh\Mrs. Will Coyle, Miss Con-
stance Cwyle, Mrs. Charles Pjrioe of
Noderlund.\Miss Charlotte .Mathews.
Mrs. E. A.^Crew. Mlsa Stella Mae
Crew, Bobbie and Betty Crew.
New Designs for Boutonnieres
"r ^ATCH^O the brilliance of gar-
Antiques and glass for sals. Mrs.
Pruter, 1:1(1(1 Orang* Avtnus.
W/HEN kidnsyt (unction bsdly*ind
•W you luffef a nagging backache,
dizziness, burning, scanty or too
nl urination and getting up at
when you f««l tired, nervous,
I... use Dosn't PilU.
i't arc especially for poori;
kidney*. Millions of box**
•very year. They ere recom-
the country over. Aafc your
den flowers—and saucTi eat
ier to "grow"—is this trio of bou-
tonnieres, made from colored rib
bon of Cellophane cellulose film
and drinking straws of the film.
The pompon at the left and the
cluster of violets at the upper right
are fashioned entirely from %"
ribbon, crinkled by pulling through
Dennlson's crepe paper twister or
a small bole in a button.
- A Gay Pompon
To make the pompon, cut a card
6" square and wind the crinkled
ribbon around It 100 times. Slip
the card out and tie the wound
ribbon tightly at the center with
■pool wire. Clip the ribbon ends
and tie rose stamens in the pom-
pon center with wire. ■
Bunch of Violets
For each violet, hold an 8"
length Qf. jppol wlr? lengthwise
against a 3" dowel stick or a pen-
cil, and wind the crinkled ribbon
around this support 15 times. Slip
wire and ribbon from stick and
twlat one end of wire tightly
around ribbon ring, winding the
long end of wire with crepe jwiper
%" wide, for a stem. Crystal clear,
orchid a'pd violet ribbons make an
The third boutonnierer is compos-
ed of ten 8" drinking straws of the
film, tipped with bright colored
sealing wax. Cut the straws into
thirty 2 Mi" lengths and apply a bit
of hot wax to botb. ends, punctur-
ing the wax tips when hard. Then
bunch the straws together with
tips even and tie twice around the
center with a 12" length of wire,
pulling tightly to give pompon ef-
fect. The two wire ends form the
stem. The leaves <i£e cut from two
thicknesses of gummed brown pa-
per tape, stuck together with spool
wire between, and entirely cover-
ed with sealing wax, applied drop
by drop, While hot, mark veins
Wire the leaves and flowers to-
gether, wind stem with V*" ribbon
of the-fffm, and curl It by winding
around a pencil.
MltS. M. A|cADAMS
IS HOSTESS TO (M B
Mrs JL 0. MeAdams entertained
members of the Jolly Novplty Sewing
club for the regular meeting,on Tues-
day afternoon with thirteen members
attending. The afternoon_-jKp.S spent
in sewing ami refreshments *wf punch
and cake were served.—-Mrs. .Elrldge
Kutcllff will be hostess next week.
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 uncomfort-
ably warm, and hot and sticky . .
/ , PERFECT DRY CLEANING
/ IS THE ANSWER
CLEANERS, DYERS, HATTERS"
Phone 38 Sixth at Front Sts.
ICK CltKAM SOCIAL
TO BENEFIT CHl'KCH
An ice cream soeinl l« .planned. at
the MeD(>n«i<:t~--MeuiorbH • ijuptlst
church for SYlday night at """7:3U
i/clock. All proceeds will benefit
the church and a cordial invitation
lis extended to the public.
T. X. T. CI,Clt MEET I Mi
HliLll TCKSDAV P. M.
Members of the T. Is'. T. Sewing
club jnet at the home of Mrs. C. H.
French oil Tuesday afternoon with
six members and one visitor, Mrs.
M 11. Klllen, attending:
The' hostess served refresh cents
consisting -of a* sabtd coilrso at the
close of the sewing session. Mrs.
Elmer Saxon Will be hostess next
W illey-F oreman
Of cordial Interest Is the unnclunce-
.nient bt the marrlHge of Miss Mary
Jo Foreman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Foreman, to Henry Wllley,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Wllley, the
wedding being Sidemnlwd at the
First Baptist church Saturday even-
ing at 8:45 o'clock with Dev. I,es)ey
Rogers, pastor, reading the ceremony
in the presence of n few close friends
of the couple.
He is employed with the Orange
Couply Irrigation company and they
will continue to make their home In
Orange. Both are well known In Or-
ange county and have many friends
who will be interested to know; of
- PERSONALS -
. Mrs. A. J. Itinehart and son, ac*.
coiupitnied by Miss Blanche 1'cveto.
left today fur "Galveston to spend a
week Vlelttng- with Mr. and Mrs. Wai-
Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis H. Kinaihalt
have returned to Orange after a wed*
ding trip to points in Texas and
Mrs. John DpugHherty has return-
ed to her home In TuIhu, Oklahoma,
after a visit with her mother, Mrs.
H, Gomez in Orange.
Mrs. II. F. Bradfur<l of Panama
City, Florida Is visiting with Mrs.
l'ercy Bland and Mrs. John Kratii
Mrs. It. H. Voss and two sons
and Mrs. M. tl. pnvles left"yefitSHIflST
for a vacation trip to Dallas "~aTid
other points. •
Mrs. F. Tt. Kdgerson and son l'"rank
Tr.~ MrT" and'Mrs. Will Jackson and
W, M. Jackson visited with Mrs.
Frank .Jackson ill Lake Charles, fat.,
Uie .latter returning from u visit with
friends in Orange.
Mrs. It. R, Davis of Atlanta. Oa..
Mrs. Nnylor and Mis^ Jane Nnylor
of McGregor visited with Mrs. Alula
Hodges and "Miss Frances Mason here
Mrs. J. ft. Sanders and son* John
B. and daughter Joan will leave to-
morrow for Merr.vvUle. Da., to. visit
with her parents, Air. and Mrs. .1. M.
Mrs. Shipley of Beaumont was n
week-end guest of Misses lone and
Margie Brown in Orange this week.
Miss Tomnslne Howell has return-
ed to her home in Orange after spend-
ing the past six' weeks attending
school at Georgetown.
Fltl i:\UNHII- CLASS
MEETS AT GDIDDEX HOME "
The Friendship class of the First
Methodist Sunday school met at the
home of Mrs. D. A. Glidden. teachtr,
Tuesday evening with about—twelve
attending. A talk by Mrs. Elizabeth
l'eery featured during the meeting
hour. Bight refreshments were ser-
ved at conclusion of the meeting.
Rev W. B. Blount, pastor of the
FlWd.—Christian church, and Mrs.
Blount, left Wednesday, morn-"
lng for- ft niontU's vacation at I'alu-
cios, Texas, \
Come in and let Dr. F. H. William*,
graduate, licenced optometrist, fit
you with a pair of beautiful Fl?B-
VCE riu:!«ss gUaaes. ^ "fhey arc io
becoming. Office with JOE LUCAS,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Mr, and Mrs. Tom Howell: and
Miss Tomnslne Howell went to Kir-
byyllle yesterday to ..attend the fu-
neral ol' Mrs. Howell's uncle.
The condition of Mrs. Van Wllley
who is critically ill at Frances Ahn
Butcher hospital Was reported to be
■Miss Inez Wulluce, principal of the
Bancroft school, is still under treat-
ment at tlie Frances Ann Butcher
WASHINGTON. Aug. 5. (AP)—
After a talk "with William Green,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, David Dublnaliy. president
of the Ladies' Garment Workers, told
reporters today he expected the fed-
eration executive cnurtcll to RUspend
the unions affiliated with the com-
mittee for Industrial organization.
The council met today to, decide
what action to take on charges by
John P. Frey, president of the Fi*d-
eratlo not Metul Trades department,
that the unions affiliated with John
B. Lewis and the comfittee for in-
dustrial organizations had ''fomented
Insurrection" by -working for indus-
trial unions aH""opi>'ose un-
lt ns favored by the federation. . .i .
Dublnsky, the only council member
who also belongs to the Lewis com-
mittee, sndt he: would protest sus-
pension "for all I'm worth."
Earlier, It was reported that a ma-
jority of the 13 federation vice pres-
idents sitting in judgment on the de-
fendants had decided to suspend the
Lew:ls_ faction unless it comes to
terms within 30 days. w
Barring last minute changes of
mind, informed sources said this
would be the upshot of the momen-
tous "trial" of the Lewis group on
charges of .''insureotlon."
The vice presidents, "members of
the federation's executive council,
were prepared to hand down their
verdict .today. They were understood
to he determined to stipulate that
before ttie suspension order ca,n be
lifted. ; Lewis' committee for indus-
trial organization must dissolve.
In ali. the LfeWis committee eom-
priscs officials < f I- unions. . HoW.".
ever, two of these unions notified
President. Win, Green of the A. F- f
L., that they were not affiliated with
th ecolum I tee; "even though their offi-
President Green, "presiding judge,"
said that outright expulsion was
not being considered.
New Jelly, Glus Seelr^
Saves Time and Fum
Lt'FKIX. Tex., Aug. 5, (AP)—M.
H. Cansler's attorney debated today
whether to press his. fight to obtain
bail for the accused slayer of Albert
Warren, father of a convict electro-
cuted lust week. .,
Cansler, denied bond at a prelim-
inary hearing yesterday, was bound
over to the next term of the Angelina
county grand jury. Three witnesses
testified they saw Cansler fire a b.Ul-
let- into Warren, who staggered and
tell Into a ditch. ,
County Attornc^-Mussiewhlte sulti
the shooting arose from Cansler's obi
jtk'Uon to returning the body of Glen
Warren, who was executed for' slay-
ing Cansler's father, to Zavalla for
DR. TOM F. COTLE
Office 004 Pine St.
Corner Pine & 6 th
Modern Bonn Decoration Scrvica
CUMMER preserving season being
^ at hand, the making of jams
and Jellies is occupying the usual
domestic attention. And this year
a new device for sealing-the glass-'
es\ is making things easier. It is
Simple, effeciivfe, saves time; and
makes a very neat job. This seal
is a circular piece of Cellophane
cellulose film which Is dampened
and pressed over the top of a glass
of hot Jelly and then fastened with
a rubber band. It tightens as it
dries, forming a tough air-tight
se^L and obviating the necessity of
using more fussy and complicated
methods. A supply of these seals
comes In an envelope package to-
gether, with the rubber bands and
gummed seals for marking.
FARM DOLLARS GO
--- TWICE AS FAR IN
PI KCHASE OF TIKES
The farm dollar today Will igt)
i,i ) asssa
twioe an far In the purchase of auto-
mobile tires as It did three years ago.
This fact was established In re-
cent research by the United States
Rubber company. Statisticians took
the 101J price of oho of the mpst
popular size U. 8. Royals, 4.TB*J9,
and the 1913 ynlt prices of various
farm commodities. and determined
the quantity of commodities needed
to buy tile tire In that year. 1 Then
they took similar prices for J9S6 and
made similar calculations. A com-
parison of the l! 3fl and 1933 figures
revealed how the cost of the tire had
decreased in terms of farm commc
For example; the farmer who raB
ed hogs hi 193J had to pay tho
equivalent of 227 pounds to buy the
4.75x19 U. S. Royal. Today he run
liuythe same tire for tho equivalent
of 87 pounds. ' 1; _
F.xpressed In terms of wheat, 19.4
bushels were required to buy the
tire in 11)33. Today only 9.4 bushels
art needed. Three years ago, the
farmer had to purt with the equiva-
lent!'of 33,2 bushels: of eorn. Today
14.3 bushels iv|ll close the deal. Sim-
ilarly, 115- pounds of' cotton were
needed In 19M.t Today only 73.1
pounds are required.
.These figures clearly Illustrate
how farm prices have advanced much
more rapidly than tire prices and
how the farmer today, while enjoying
comparative prosperity. Is In position
to purchase the safety and comfort
which only new tires afford.
MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. — Sev-
en members of the . family of Harry
Frisk lined up at Dr. R. A. Ryan's
hospital to have their 'tonsils re-
moved and Dr. Ryan glanced at the
When lie' had finished. Dr. Ryan
checked tho time and concluded he
could remove "a little better than
four pairs of tonsils—without hurry-
ing too much."
JCST RECEIVED another 100 of
Texas Centennial souvenir spoons,
large size, engraved 18.16-1930 in tils
bowl, and with the Texas seal on the
fire "of the* handle and ths shield- of
the Vnited States on the back. Theice
are made .toy the Rogers Interna-
tional Silver company and guaran-
teed for a lifetime. Packed in beau-
tiful souvenir boxes ready for mailing/
each 25c. People
by the dozen. JOE
maker and Jeweler.
. . — ■ « — - ■-
i ready for mailing
i are buying them
E LUCAS, Watth-
We have a nice assortment of.
potted plants at 10c <su.ch and 3
for 25c- Including Ivi^sf Bougaln-
villeas, Hibiscus, Begonias and
many others. /
Orange Floral Shop
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