The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 21, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 26, 1949 Page: 3 of 6
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orange texas, wednesday, january 28, 1949
nqt ORANGE LEADER
Hears County Agent
Sand, humas and peet moss arc
the Utrae incredients which make
seed flats workable and fertile,
promoting the best growth of
sesds and plants it was pointed
out "by A. J. McKenzie, county
agricultural agent, to members of
the Garden department .of the
Woman's club on Friday after-
noon. The county agent explained
the building of flats and soil prep-
aration for flats. Mrs. Sam J.
McGee was in charge of the pro-
' Preliminary discussion of the
spring flower show was held dur-
ing the business meeting with"
Mr$. Keith W. Dahl, chairman,
Hostesses were Mesdames Jack
£. Yardley, J. J. Johnston and W.
Monday Sewing Club
Mrs. James Evans was hostess
to the Monday Sewing club at 3
o'clock on Monday afternoon.
Seasonal flowers and shrimp
plants were used as floral decor-
, Refreshments were served to
Mesdames Ralph Sample, Frank
Rougeot, A. C. Roberts, Raymond
Sanders, D. E. Brown, Chris
Harms, members and Mesdames
C. T. Warren and Raymond Seller,
Conducted Here by
Dr. S. L. Joekel
-AUSTIN, Jan. IS. (Spl) Dr.
Samuel L. Joekel of the Austin
Presbyterian Theological Semin-
ary is condutcing a week's pro-
gram of sermons and lectures at
the First Presbyterian church of
Orange Jan. 23 through 30, it was
Dr. Joekel is professor of Eng-
lish Bible at Austin Seminary. The
date with Orange Presbyterians
has been arranged to coincide with
final examinations at Austin Sem-
inary so that he will have the
time necessary for the week's pro-
On Tuesday night, Jan. 25, Dr.
Joekel will speak to the Bastrop
Chamber of Commerce, but he will
return to Orange for services on
Wednesday morning, Jan. 26.
Kay Reeves, president, had
charge of the business session
which was followed by a piano
solo by Irene MacDonald. Patsy
Wilson taught a chapter from the
mission study book, "Whirligigs In
China" and Mrs, R. R- Eddleman,
councilor, dismissed the group
le of the ceramics she
_ _ jesses and trimmings Mrs. Ache uses
real lace and embroidery which burn awsy during the Wring leaving the Imprint. \*
Mrs. William W. Ache. of Los Angeles. shows
designed since taking up the hobby a year axo. To make the lace dn
Circle 7 of
' Circle 7 of the First
« fhurch will attend the lecture of
Dr. S. L. Joekel at the First Pres-
byterian church on Thursday
evening instead of the regular
meeting, according to an an-
nouncement made today.
Dr. Joekel, who. is dean of Eng-
lish Bible at the. Presbyterian
/Theological seminary at Austin, is
conducting a series of lectures at
the First Presbyterian church.
Amlfas Class of
Mrs. F. O. Wiland and Mrs.
David Cook were hostesses to
members of the Amigas class of
the First Baptist church on: Mon-
day evening in the home of Mrs,
Wiland at'1408 North Hart.
Games were played and Mrs.
R. E. Stovekin rendered several
, .Pie and cake was served to
ap 18 those named above and Mesdames
Jack Brewer, W. H. Sims, R. L.
Martin, A. L. Black, Glenn Tread-
way, James Willingham and Jim-
Mildred Wilcox OA.
First Baptist Church
Plans were made for a Valen-
tine and tacky party at the reg-
ular meeting of the Mildred Wil-
cox junior girls auxiliary of the
First Baptist church on Monday
afternoon at the church. The par-
ty will be held at the regular
meeting of the group next Mon-
day afternoon and immediately
following. the social, the group
will take a sunshine box to a
The meeting opened with a
song service led by Barlene Hau-
ver and accompanied by Bebbian
Evelyn Burgess GA
Forward Steps were worked on
at the regular meeting of the Eve-
lyn Burgess junior girls auxiliary
of the McDonald Baptist church
on Monday afternoon at the
Mrs. Merton Pevtto, councilor,
had charge of those studying for
maiden and Janet Hpadrick, who
has completed her rank as queen
directed the ones studying for la-
dies in waiting.
Those attending were the two
named above and Roberta Petry,
Mittie Burch, Mary Ann Thomas,
Sandra Baker, Patsy Bridges.
By Cynthia Lowry
AP Newsfeatures Writer
"The best way to interest a man
is to wear a scent that reminds
him of a pleasant experience a
long time ago."—says a French
perfume manufacturer Wladimir
Golenko, in the U. S. to dpum up
This theory might work out in
strange ways—for Instance, like
MEMORY OF THINGS PAST
(a play In one act)
Scenes I and III take place in
the parlor of the Rumpclhaus
Scene II is a modernistic bath-
room, one corner of which has
been remodeled into a chemical
(As the curtain rises Clothilde
Rumpclhaus, a girl, and Van Cou-
enhoven Schuyler, a hoy are sit-
ting at opposite ends of the sofa.
Van looks bored as he fingersr a
copy of."The 16 Basic Stitches in
Crocheting." Clothilde gazes at
Van: (stifling yawn) Well,
Snooks, it's almost nine o'clock
and I better beat it along. Tomor-
row's a working day."
Clothilde: Please don't go yet,
Van. It's so wonderful here, just
you and 1 together . . . alone^
(Van puts down the magazine
Delta Rho Chapter
Mary Sanders, educational di-
rector of Delta Rho chapter of Ep-
silon Sigma Alpha,' presented a
program on body and appearance
on Monday evening for the regu-
lar. chapter meeting. This was
one of a series in a course offered,
For Supreme Forest
Mrs, Betuile William's was in-
stalled as president of Supreme
Forest Woodman circle on Mon
day afternoon following the reg-
ular business meeting. In charge
of the ceremony was Mrs. Hazel
Laboratory of Self Appreciation." I Godlove as installing officer aji-
- . .. .. . . ' nl.,iA<l klwa tlik,, • ! fllAnlllka i •% _
. Do You R eally
Want to Take Off
That Ugly Fat?
Intermediate GA of
The Rev. J. P. Stockman taught
the Bible lesson on "The Ascension
of Jesus" at the regular meeting
of the Intermediate girls auxili-
ary of the McDonald Baptist
church on Monday afternoon.
Those attending were Buddie
Bell Kennedy. Petty Trahan, Sue
Nicks, Karen Dickerson and Mrs.
Recently there has been a numbet ,
ef new noticing preparations on the , Charles Burch. councilor. I
market, some of them based on the
diet and vitamin "plan." It is ob-
vious that vitamins will not reduce
the body weight, so one must depend
on diet to reduce. But it is also ob-
vious that one cannot go on a stren-
uous diet over a protracted period,
* And any weight lost will be restored
if the former eating habits are gone
So what to do? Well, here is a tip
to you "overweight gals" who want
• to tight "the Battle of the Bulges"
in a different way. Ask any well
stocked Texas druggist for four ^nn
ounces of Barcentrste. Mix with 12 ~
' ounces of grapefruit Juice and take
two tablespoonsful twice a day.
This preparation contains nothing
harmful and the makers agree to
. refund your money on the very first
bottle if it does not show you the
way to lose ugly fat and help .«•
gain slender, more graceful curves.
Barcentrate is low in cost and is
. not baaed on the diet and vitamin
"plan." You need never know a hun-
moment while reducing with
Sunbeam Band of
"Stewardship of Time" was the
i topic of the lesson taught by Mrs.
R. C. Grace, leader, at the regu-
lar meeting of the Sunbeam band
of McDonald Baptist church on
Monday afternoon at the church.
Those attending were Clara
Hankins. Tommy Hbffpauir, Jo-
Ousley, Gertrude Calamia.
Donald Ray and Donna Faye
Brack, Janette and Lanette Rat-
cliff, Peggy Headrick, Robert and
Donna Buchanan, Rose and Doug-
las . MacDaniel. Barbara Block.
Dixie Jo Port lock, Pete Becker,
Rose Mary Stark, Emma Lou Bul-
let, Bruce Trahan, and Edna Mae
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Have rnr spine cheeked with
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A Thorough Spinal Analyst* With
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Others Have Been Restored to Health
NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION
and starts regarding the tips of
his shoes as though he'd never
seen brogues before. Clothilde
sighs aW then a wily exprcssioh
crosses her face.)
Clothilde: Van, dear, tell me a
pleasant experience a long time
Van: (smiling) That's funny.
All the girls I spark these days
ask me that same question. Well,
there was that time at the roofer's
convention in Chicago when Ma
took me through the stockyards . .
Cloth idle: (running to door,
left) I'll be right back. I'm baking
a pineapple upside-dowri cake.
(This is mostly pantomime. Clo-
thilde Is working feverishly in
her chemical laboratory, pouring
Delta Rho met at 7:30 o'clock in
the" Gilmer Homes Community
Committees appointed by Alice
Johnson, president, consist of
Loraine McClellan, Fellcite Tur-
pin and Mrs. M. L. Dell, program;
Lou Stewart, Betty Parker, Mrs.
James Previtt, social; Ruth Car-
nes, Mrs. Sammy Martin, con-
tact; Dorothy Carnes, Mesdames
Geo. H. Kinser, Mrs. Hamilton
Wade, ways and means; Honie Lou
Lester, jonquil girl and Frances
: - f—
liquids from one test tube Into
another, boiling something over aj h^. d^Mea^m Joe^ga O
Bunsen Burner She mutters such 1 . ... ..... _ _
sisted by Mrs. Pearl Gleavcs, In
stalling attendant and Mrs. AUie
Casterline, installing chaplain.
Other officers seated were Mrs
J. W. Moore, vice president; Mrs.
W. A.\Black, second vice presi-
dent; OiW Fuller, chaplain; Mrs
Lee Hurst\attendant; Mrs. Rosa-
lie Dugas, assistant attendant;
Mrs. S. T. Gibbs, treasurer; Mrs
J W. Norwood, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs, I. Denman. captain
and Mrs. T. L. Sperry, musician.
Committees appointed for the
ensuing year includes Mesdames
P. W. Under. Mamie Colburn and
K. Brewer, program; Mesdames
Cliff Chess on, M. Bland, Lee
Bunsen Burner. She mutters such
words as "alcohol," "ox tall,"
"prime ribs" and "au jus."' Then
she places some of the liquid be-
hind each ear and sprinkles her
handkerchief. As the curtain
drops, she shudders, makes a face
and says: "Phooey!"
(Clothilde mid Van are back on
the sofa. His nose is twitching
like a rabbit's. Finally he puts his
handkerchief over, his nose.)
Van: There's an awful smell in
this room . . . it reminds me un-
pleasantly of a slaughter-house.
Clothilde: I thought you said It
Van: Oh, I thought you wanted
an UNplcasant experience. But
such things aside. Clothilde. I
must tell you that I came here to-
night to tell you all is over be-
tween us. I met a girl the other
day. Funny, first thing she asked
me was to tell her a pleasant ex-
perience long ago. I told her about
hunting moose In the Big Horn
Mountains, and suddenly the
whole room seemed filled with
the smell of pine, hemlock arid
wet wool . . . ah, wonderful. Any-
way, we wed on the morrow and
fly to the north woods—to stay
forever. I shall be a guide. Clo-
thilde! Put your grandfather'sCiv -
il War sword back over* the man-
Clothilde: Good-bye. Van. I
must go now to seek out this Wlad-
imir Oolenko and demonstrate to
him what I think about his theory
of . scents and how to interest
By Irvtng Deafer
AP Newvfe etwee Photo Art
We've seen an unprecedented
snowfall In the mid and far west
this winter; In the east a couple of
ski tournaments had to be cancel-
ed due to lack of snow.
But undoubtedly the 'right
amount of snow will fall in the
right places and tempt the cam-
era fans Into action. It transforms
familiar scenes into new picture
material that is worth the extra
effort to go after. It brings on
new activities, especially with
children, that deserve a place In J
the family album.
Snow acts as a wonderful re-
flector so you can shoot a bit fast-
er or close your shutter down an-
other stop. The effect is similar to
shooting a beach or water scene in
summertime. It enables box cam-
eras with slow film to get good
exposures. An average snow scene
on a sunny day with people in the
foreground could be shot at
1/100th of a second at f/11.
The texture of the snow la best
Myrtle Mattox, 1210
WSG of First Methodist with Mrs,
Ninth St. at 7:30 p. m . Junior girts chotr at the church
p. nv; Circle 1 at the church at .1 p. m.; Circle 2 with Mrs. O. Y.
Swickard, 712 Park, at 3 p m.; Circle 4 with Mrs. C. B. Baker,
2211 Pacific at 3 p. m.; and Circle 5 with Mrs. J. B. Griffin, 313
llobson Court at 9 30 p. m.
Florence Smith circle at Cove Baptist church at 10 a. m.
Junior choir rehearsal at Trinity l^utheran church at 4 p. m4:
All circles of First Baptist at the church at 2:30 p. rn. Choir
rehearsal at the church at 7:30 p m.
Circles I and 2 of West Orange Baptist church with Mrs. S. fi
Hubert at 2:30 p. m.
WSCS at St. Mark's Methodist church at 9:30 a. m.
Both circles of Maurlcevilte Baptist church at the church at!' .
2:30 pt m Mrs. Kenneth. Greene or the Spooner Baptist Mission
will be guest speaker
WMU at McDonald Baptist, church at 9 a. m.; Brot
at the church at 7 30 p m.
Women's Missionary Band at Church of God at ft p, m.
Women of First Presbyterian church at the. diurch at 3:
Senior CYO at KC hall at 7:30 p. m
r— Cnttdre rluh with Mr* Kav Winfrey, ftttt Fifteenth at 3
Ruffle Shuffle Bridge club at 7:*40 p. m. with Mrs.
Tip Top Bridge club with Mrs, S, M Vaughn. Ml Eads
at 7:30 p. m. \ ..
Aullck Bridge club In Home of Mrs. J M Hnbinette. 3
side, at 7:30 p. m,
Novice club with Mrs. Jim Mallory at I 30p, m.
Woodbine Hcbekahs at IOOF hall at 8 p m. i
American Legion auxiliary at 7:30 p.- m in Gilmer Homes
BKOINM ON FRIIt/%V
VINTON, U.„ Jan. 30. (Spl.i-
Eliminations for stunt night Will
be held by the Junior and Senior
high school Friday at 2:30 o'*l«*ck
and eltmiriations of stioits l\y the
elementary department will tie
held Tuesday, Feb. I at 2 30
o'clock in the high school auditor*
ium. The prize winning stunts
will be exhibited for a night per-
forrtiance on Feb, I, at 7:30
Admission for the afternoon
programs will be nine cents and
twenty-five cents while the night
show will cost twenty-five cents
and forty'cents. The funds de-
rived from the program* will be
used to replenish the football and
The committee selectCtf U> dU
rect the program ciwislata of Iv
Hudson.' Clara laindy. Margaret
Mosely, Majorle Meartman and
.Mrs Tommy Jones.
Dr. H. M. DuCHABMTS
407 TENTH ST.
•:00 A. M. to i:M P. ML
Kveninga by AppotnfaMMt
Hilliard. L. R. Schricber. S T
Glbbs, social; Beulah Fuller. Mes-
dames Cliff Chesson. Mittie Car-
ter. sick; Mrs. J. W Norwood,
Chrysanthemums, jonquils, nar-
cissus and felt, appointed the ta-
bles for the covered dish lunch-
eon preceding the Installation and
business session, •
film. S< OI'TS PLAN
PLAY PRACTICE MONDAY
VINTON, Id... Jan. 20. (Spl.) —
Girl Scouts, meeting on Monday,
were assigned days tor play prac-
tice for the three one-act play*
'the Scouts will give In the near
future to raise funds for scouting
Mrs, C. J. Clemons. Scout leader,
Will direct the plays.
Nora Lee Semple, Joyce Single-
ton. Margaret Ann Chargols and
Norma Jean Miley were accepted
as tenderfoot scouts and put'' In
the Eaglet patrol. Mr* Roy Cor-
mier was a visitor.
Forty-four Scouts answered the
rendered with side or back light-
ing.' But be sure you have an ade-
quate lens shade to prevent glare
hitting the lens. A lens shade is 1
protection, too, should snow to-
talling. Holding a paper above,
but out of range of, the lens will
keep the flakes from, looming t.w
large In the finished picture.
A medium yellow filter Is best,
for most scenes which Include the
sky. But If the sky Is deep blue
you can do without it A polarlod
filter is handy when shooting an
icy surface against the light to
Scattered black masses of trees,
ihrubs or buildings can lie a dis-
traction. It's better to come In
close and use a dark brunch to
frame .a winter scene. The long
shadows of early morning or late
day can enhance the texture of the
snow scene, csiwelally If there are
ripples or ridges.
Any trace of. pi I or moist ure In
the shutter can frec/e In extreme
cold and guip up the works.
Don't tiMw snow flakes off the
lens , ,,/the moisture in your
braatb in Just h* bad, tfse lens
tissues or a small bulb syringe.
It's best to keep the camera In
the trunk commi tment of the car
rather than In the heated Interior
before taking It out In the .cold
Any sudden change of tempera-
ture Is bad for the gears and in-
I nards of precision cameras but
i the box cameras don't seem to
! mind It at alt.
B. J. FETT, M. D.
Practice limited to disease* of the
Skin and Urology
Announces the association of
JAMES L. PETRY, M. D.
Practice limited to Urology
Office hours. 9 to 12 — t to 4
329-30-31 Adams Bldg.
Port Arthur. Texas
hum WO e«MArm
Quick relief with
• Don't let clogged-ap ooatrils
keep you gasping for f
grf MrmtbmUtmm. Your
•isrts to titer in i
hi nation of menthol, i
and tuber (sM-acting la
ems helps thin out thick mucus,
lessen congestion and swell-
ing« soothe inflamed mam-
hranes. Sans jna> mm to«dt
MgMtm in nm/mi. SH ami 7H
j I have to go'now, folks, That
At tO REGISTRATIONS' ( whooping and hollering you hear
Six imr automobiles were reg-1 ln lh(, distance are my youngsters
lstered Monday aii^i Tuesday, ac
cording to the county tax assessor-
collector office records.
T II Simmons and Cecil Gar^-
iretson, both of Orange. Tuesday
I registered an Oldsmolille, 4-door
«vlan, aiwi an Olds club coupe, re-
New cars listed Monday were a
J Mercury wdafr, Pauline N. Hays;
j Nash 4-door sedan, B. F. Dailey;
DeSoto 4-door sedan, Israel Mey-
| ers. and Ford Tudor, L, Goshorn
out, front with the sled,
makes a pretty picture.
"Flatoe of New Orleai
M. Dietrich and B. Ca
Also Cartoon 7 A P
Now you con buy os much at you n*«d
, . THIS UK
<75 /o as \
~~ J per toot
•HT NOW TO K
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Thousands of feel of isad qnality LUMBER. all well
seasoned and bright Reclaimed from Army Barracks
and other U. 8. Government Balldlngs .throughout the
rartous lencUt87 hms been removeff trom the buildings
carefully, la free ef all nails, readjr for Immediate use,
AND you can now buy ALL YOU NEED , ,. at Sensat-
ionally LOW Prices.
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212 MOtEELL ST. PHOf
North on 2nd to Meredl, Turn Right 3 Blocks
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ANDY DEVINE—JACK HOLT
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flaying Mlmr-llely Pranks
open until 6 P. M. for those who work
U«| Day! Double Feature
A RKDIIEAD" . . And
"RACIIKL AND TIIF.
• Today and
A DEVIL TO LOVE
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— EXTRA ADDED -
A Funny Cartoon
Chapter No. 7
A JESSE JAMES"
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