The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 181, Ed. 1 Monday, August 4, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 4,1041
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THE ORANGE LEADER
Club, Church and
b Honored At:
Miss Lanier Cardwell was hon-
ored'at a'lovely; luncheon given
by Mrs. Keller Maier of Beau-
mont and Mrp. Johnnie Lea at the
Grove night club Saturday after*
noon at. 1:30 o'clock.
The table centerpiece was a
large white bowl'filled With pur-
ple asters. ■ . .
Places were laid for twelve
—-guests-Which , included Mesdames
E. C. Panton, Eula Hart, Robert
Ligon Of Orange, Laveme Heard
and Harry David of Beaumont,
Wynne Pearce, E. W. Brown III,
Miss Fern Nantz of Beaumont,
Miss Betsy Panton, and the hos-
The henoree was presented with
a lovely gift.
Honors Mrs. G. W.
Locke at Shower
Mrti. G. W. Locke, who recently
■■■■■——i 11 .„„JBftyad to' Houston, was honored
" with a ''m!s2SniK^i^-l^wer~'''st'
the home 6f Mrs. J. P. Fuller by
members of the Wednesday bridge
club Saturday afternoon at 1:30
Refreshments of sandwiches,
L" potato chips and lemonade were
served to the ten members pres-
ent. 't 1
During the afternoon bridge
games were enjoyed.
Stewards of the First Methodist
church will mept in a business
session tonight at 7:30 p. m. at
the hojhe q£ the ,chairfHan, M. K.
Thomen on Ark
The Junior Bundles for Britain
group will meet in the home of
Mi^s Marjorie Ann Arledge, 1306
Park avenue from 3 to 5 o'clock
WILL MEET TUESDAY
The Broadcasters Class of the
West Orange*Baptist Church will
hold its regular.monthly meeting
TUesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in
the home of Mrs. Bert Moore on
the Beaumont road.
All members are urged to be
San Diegd.. —Coast defense
troops at Fori Rosecrans* did their
duty — and then found them-
selves in a jam for it.
pflicert of the MV? ^tr|BfP0rt
Flying Cloud complained ttie
coast defense searchlight beams
trained on them during inspec-
tion blinded men on the bridge.
Previously, a commercial vessel
captain" made a 'similar complaint.
E. G. Aycock of Fort Worth, de-
linquent tax, .attorney .arrived in
Orange Monday to spend several
days at the Orange county delin-
quent tax collection office at the
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New Royal — Last Times Today
Clara Lee .GuiUotte, eight year
old daughter of M*\ and Mrs.
Harry Guillotte was moved Sat-
urday from the charity hospital
in New Orleans, La. to her home
in Cove addition in a Fuller am-
bulance.. Her condition is still
Mrs. Traylor D. Sells and two
sons George and Dick have re-
turned from a vacation spent at
the Sells ranch near Port Lavaca.
Miss fcathvyn Sims of Houston,
formerly of Orange, visited with
friends in the city over the week- j
. Mrs. j. W. Edgar and two chil-
dren Ruth and Sally are visiting
with relatives, in Georgetown and
Burnet this week-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Noble and
son Edwin left this week-end for
their home in Edna, Texas after
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dodd and
Courtship begins when a man says sweet nothings amljmdi
when he sa>a nothing sweet, /
Mrs. T- J. Blackweil of Nacogi
doches and Mrs. Alice Gunning
of Fort Worth are house guests
of Mrs. W. A. Gunning in Orange
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Drury of
Orange visited in Dallas this week
with relative^ and friends.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F.-Qouvillion
of Marksville, Louisiana spent
Sunday visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Couvillion of
! this city.
Mrs. A. F. Wilson and Mrs. Q.
A. Wilson will leave this week
for Baton Rouge;' La., to
with friends and relatives.
I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Aronson
land son, Denny of Cincinnati,
I Ohio are visiting in the home of
his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
meet with Carol Ann Archer at 3
Wednesday club will meet with
Mrs. Q. A. Wilson at 1:30 o'clock.
Mix-Up sewing club will meet
with Mrs. Jimmle Dartez at 2:30
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BARCLAY ON BRIDGI
By Shepard Barclay
-— The Authority on Authorities"
THE MOST COSTLY PI.AIT
IF ANYBODY ever collectcd
t statistics on bad plays, there Is
little doubt as to which one would
prove to cost average players
imore points than any other. It is
an opening lead of the suit bid by
.the dummy, eiUier the only auit
bid by that hand, or the first suit
when more than one had been bid.
■ That appllea to eithor auit
,Trump contracts, In either case, it
starts the declarer on his road to-
ward establishment of the auit.
The excuse usually given is that
,"I led through atrength"—which
is only one-half of the old rule.
The rule was never meant to ap-
ply except when you either, knew
or believed you also were leading
4"uj> to weakness."
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As field exercises began, this
o'clock in the home of her moth- week, the troops in the Western
Mr- and Mrs. Frank Rougeot of
Orange and their house guest, his
sister, Mrs. Cloud of North Caro-
I Joe Zucca of Los Angeles. Cali-
I fornia is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Tavis.
j— Mifiq Mary BHindoll of Lock-
lina are visiting this week in Cor-'.
Shortly after their hart> Tcxas- who
return to Orange this week, they
will leave for North Carolina to
take Mrs. Cloud to her home.
Dr. and Mrs. W. Clctamons of
Lake Charles, La- visited in Or-
angt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
will serve as
maid of honor for Lanier Card-
well, is a guest in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Wynne Pearce.
er, Mrs. Selrrian, on Cypress
McDonald W. M. U. will meet
at the church at 9 o'clock.
Louisiana maneuvers area already
topping 120,000, Ragley became
postal headquarters for the Third |
Army's quarter million men on tlie
Nar.arene W- M. S. will meet in
the home of Mrs. Kate William-
son at 2 o'clock.
First Baptist Church W- M- U-
cink's will meet aw follows: C'ir- Itcmhcr, will
The Second Army, Which will)
oppose the Third in the climactic j
I war games of 500.000 men in Sep- j
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(Dealer: South. Neither
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If West had been a earcful card
reader, and- trusted South'# bid-
ding as being accurate, he would
have counted htm as having
shown Ave diamonds, four hearts
and four eluba. and consequently
no spades at all. Bven If that was
not correct. It was pretty
South would have three
suits and a mere
spades. Regardless of _
worst lead In the hand waa
spade, a plav so bad that It
ranked with the punkneaa.
South's last bid after
North's third bid of spades.
Nevertheless, the spade 4
were rlnned off in tliat mill
heart Q lost to West, the
A got knocked out, the heart
won, the heart 10 lost to the
West took two diamonds, ^an4 he
then returned a club to Uli
South gett.'npr the ninth trick
his side then In hearts. ' A
Just notice what a dtl
there would have been if West
led anything else. The
would have been completely
possible. - i,
'jjjt Tomorrow's Problem
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^Dealer: South. Neither
If West leads the heart
the K, takes the returned
the A and then leads the 10,1
should declarer trv to build I
ninth trick for hla No
game—the diamond finesse Or ai^
even break In spadea, and why?
Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
Little Jean Ann Gudger who
has been visiting in Orange with
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
George Foreman left this Week-,
end for her home in Austin. She! ,1WS'
clo one will meet With Mrs. J.j postal headquarters elsewhere
parish at 9:30 o'clock; circle three]
will meet in the home of Mrs. j
Bob Bass at 9:30 o'clock: circle
jfOur will meet with Mrs. Dave
Journeay at 3 o'clock; qi.rcjp. five
will, meet with Mrs. B. A. Gunn
jut 9:30 o'clock; circle six will
j meet' with Mrs. D- C. Whip at 3
. , | o'clock; circle seven will meet
with Mrs. J- P- Bowler at 9:30
I WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. (AP)
Major H. B. Dean and Captain JA campaign is hemg inaugurated
John C. Ward, former postal in- 'W ,hl' agriculture department to
spectors, made plans at Third turn .the little red schoolhpuse
Armp headquarters at San An-Mnto a dual educational and com-
tonio, Tex , for handling its sharejmmijly cooperative food process-
or the maneuvers mail.
Woodmen circle will meet
the W. O. W. hail at 2:30 o'clock ,
North Orange Baptist Church 0 C1?CK
W. M.1 U. circles will meet as fol-i Woodbine Rebckahs will meet post offices (APO'S)
Circle one will meet with at I. -O. O. F. hall at 7:30 o'clock, set up through Tlie
They declared good mail ser-
vice is a powerful morale asset,
and urged friends and relatives to
Write the soldiers often. Arm.v
made the return trip with Mr. and
Mrs., W. A. Campbell who spent
the Week-end there.
Charlie Cain at 9 o'clock;
Mrs. E. L. Reid Sr. left
j circle two will meet with Mrs. R.
|W. Reese at 3 o'clock. _ , j
I Helen Bagby Y. W. A. will meet
this with Miss Geneva Langham. nt
morning for Atlanta, Georgia, j' <> clock.
where she will visit her daughter i Mad!so" ^ iL l,n„k
Mrs. J. N. Martin. - ^ESDAy ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Terry and
daughter, Gail, left this morning
for a week's vacation in Galves-|
ton, San Antonio and New Braun
Cora Blount Bible class will)
meet with Mrs. W. N- Anderson:
TOWN OF 100
J The officers emphasize the ne-
cessity of a proper address on all
letters. For example:
Private John Henry Jones
Company "C", 23rd Infantry
APO 2 (Second Division)
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Toney and j
children, Charles Manley and j
Texas rainfall varies from lessjMary Lou, and Arthur and Roy I
than 10 inche* at El Paso to more Colburn spent Sunday visiting in
than 50 inches at the Sabine Riv- Houston.
i Chapel Bible class will meet at |
'the Presbyterian Chapel at 2:301 Ragley, La.,, Aug. 4. (AP) —
j o'clock. i- I This town of normally less than
G. S. G. club will meet with 100 residents, without bringing in
I Mrs. Dan Rach at 7:30 o'clock. Santa Claus or a batch of movie
Campus Swingsters will meet stars, was starting to handle mail
with Miss Dorothy Pachar at 2; for more than 250,000 people to-
Mildred Lee Junior G. A. will The fan mail is going
The department's rural electri-
fication administration will offer
to make loans to _ community
groups for purchase of electrical
feed grinding, food processing and
canning equipment to be located
in rural schools or other public
buildings which have available
Thus farmers could take their
grain, meats und other raw food
materials to the community cen-
ter for preparation under guid-
ance of department experts on
Why ItJs Advisable for
But don't bother to send any
special delivery mail. a Special
delivery service can't be given to.
a man inside a tank. I i
The total land area of Texas is
107,934,720 acres of which 1 .'17,-
(U13.372 acres were in farms and
according to the census
The largest, natural lake in Because
Texas, other than one o.r two self all of
semifresh coastal bays, is Caddo
Lake which lies partly in Marion
Tolas reserved to it-
its public domain un-
der the.Treaty of Annexation In
15)15, no national forests were es-
and Harrison Counties, Texas, and tahlishcd in Texas- until recent
to the partly in Caddo Parish,
By LES FORGRAVE
AlAAOST VJA.UVC*D «.\QVAT \
AJOO TU^T-TVA SMHEO.6 TW
t DON'T DARE SHOW TMERE
AND MAV0E WERE DA.O VAAS
STOPPED. HON AM % SOINS
TO PlMO HVM MO^NT
Copr 1941, King fralilttt Syndiotf, Inc . World nglitt ratrfi , ■
By LOGAN CLENDENING. M. D.
• There I fa lot of "talk about the
ill effecta of reducing. 1 hear aa
much aa anybody about it I'm
the target for that kind of talk.
In fact, somebody oven took me
to a roovia about it the other night.
It did not aeem to me that the
point w a very well taken. Tha
doctor ia tha old family doctor In
a small city and a traveling diet
upodaliat comoa to town and ad-
Dr. Clendening will answer
questions of general interest
only, and then only through
vertisea a reducing regimen. The
women who applied in most cases
were well selected by the casting
director—they wero two or throe
Tha doctor begins to preach tha
dangers of wholesale reducing,
but ao far aa I could see, the pa-
tienta shown '.n the screen could
have taken wltlesile reducing a
long timo without doing any of
them any harm.
Dangera of Overweight
Doctors have been preaching
for yeara of tho dangers of over-
weight to health. It ia associated
with diabetes, high blood pressuro
and hardening of tha arteries. It
puta a burden on m middle-aged
heart. There are always a few
wise-Jooklng old fogies like this
doctor, who sit around and carp
but they never took the trouble
to make a diet list in their lives.
The horror stories wa hear are
about the thin movie actresses
who reduce for business reaaons
until they become so emaciated
they run into tuberculosis. But
they probably had tuberculosis
anyhow — the reduction diet did
not precipitate it. They do not
belong in the elass with tho plump
matron of fifty who comes through
a door belt-buckle first, t
Reasons for Reducing
First — health — as noticed
above. After the age of 50 over-
weight is a decided liability. Ac-
tuarial tables show that after 30
aYanr the race is decidedly to the
slender. Diabetes, hj
heart disease, . arthrit
are all associated w\th <
cost of letting out clothee.
Is really the reason next
heart for most, and not
fair sex, among us.
New York Poet-Graduate
pita! Reducing Diet
Break fait: Fresh fruit—1
tion of either blackberri " '
fruit, melon, orange,
apple, raspberries or
ries; skim milk—1 cup; a#
Lunek: Fish—14 pound,
tables and salad as deslrsdi
agua, string beans,
bago, carrots, cauliflower, <
chicory, cucumbers, escaroll*, i
■ plant, lettuce, radiahei, spin
squash, tomatoes, tomato
turnips; skim milk—1 cup,<
Sapper: Meat ori
(3 times weekly, 2 eggs
pound cottape or pot
vegetables and sals
desired; skim milk*—11
termilk — 1 cup ror I
cup. Use a little aalt I
aration of the fo
after. Vinegar okay
Approximately 630 calo
QUESTIONS AND AN!
P. M. s—"1 *as born with a i
ture 25 years ago and It
troubles mo after much
and working. Would you
mend an operation?"
Answer—1 would certain
ommend having it treated
experienced surgeon by whi
method he suggests. Probably *
erative treatment, is the best.
KDITOa'8 NOTBs Dr. Cltmteal
Uirii DamohUu which can b*bbU.
"M««. K*eh p mphl*t t«lh for IS
For anf tine l.umphUt dnlrod, M.
c«nt« In «Hn. and a artlnuidraaael «ai
r pot ch
lad from ]
Mamiwl with a lhr.w#nt.,I mp.
I.nean Clrndanlns. In car* at |Kw
Tha pnmphliita arai TKVaa Waafc '
lap In*;". "t itia*tlon and Cooal
6y PAUL P.OBINSOr-
MV fZESPECrS Of?
(2EH5MB6/2. ME.* U
fM THE Qlf2L VOll'^G
ACT" SO SHELL-
FATHEC2 WAS AN GFF\C£(2 .iM
THE fZESEfiVG-" - HES SEEN
HEI2E * WHO IS THAT" R2ETT/
G,OL*Hi NtCiE (—
OH / -
OH TVlATS j
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hubert, Jr.
of 204 Eighth St., announce 11]j?
'arnvaFoT a°BaBy <Jaughter"TJorn
Saturday morning at the Frances
Ann Lutcher hospital. Mrs. Ru-
bers will be remembered as Miss
Illpt fh« front tires of your car
wearing out on the tread? Bant
Axle, Spindle, or steering rotI
may be the cause. Be sale have
l!«iiKtni an,I Gain Ins*.
In;-.", "liifltrwtlnna for tli«
Caro ot th. Hair knd Skin".
A joint meeting of the
View Community club and
Woman's Hrtme Den
cluh will be held at tha
View school on Friday night al S|
o'clock with C, T- LesUa,'
nity club president In
men and women of the
community are asked to
Three important items
erosion wlR be Cal#:
locker plant, farm
keting and community
A, J. McKenzie, coun
gent and Mias Rozell*
will be present and
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 181, Ed. 1 Monday, August 4, 1941, newspaper, August 4, 1941; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth308174/m1/3/: accessed July 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.