The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 83, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1949 Page: 2 of 8
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ORANGE. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1349
i Rach, I.yle Wilson and John Mit-
Keel Klub '
The monthly business meeting of
* the Keel Klub was held an Wed-
nesday afternoon in Gilmer Homes
Mi Community Center with yirs. A.
M. Mendoza, president, in charge.
Schedule for the month was decid-
Mrs. Carroll Thames and Mrs
Irwin Rach, hostesses, served re-
freshments to Mesdames H. P.
Bowler. R. P. Daniels, Maurice
Garrett, Francis Fisher, Jimmy
Lee, R. L. Martin, Mendoza, Dan
REPAIRS AND SERVICE
Ok All Makes
POOLE'S SERVICE SHOP
Orange—Phones— Pt. Arthur
| Navy Officer'* Wives Club
Committees were appointed for
j the formal May dance during the
business meeting of the Navy Of-
ficer's Wives club on Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. James TUcker is
general chairman assisted by the
following chairman: Mrs. George j report.
Art*, hostess; Mrs. "Robert Handy-
side, decoration; Mrs. C. J. Zon-
derak, food; Mrs. W. C. Norcott,
tickets; Mrs. G. B. Satterwhitt,
entertainment. The dance is sched-
uled for Saturday, May 7, in the
Navy Officers jplitb. Mrs. J. R. La-
nom, president, officiated.
The Easter motif was reflected
in decorations. Mrs. E. R. Perry
and Mrs. P. Pachcco were hostess-
on material was demonstrated by
Mrs. Dorothy Marsh, county agent
to members of the Round Bunch
HD club on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Dave Foreman on the Round
BUnch Road was hostess to the
Mrs. Alvln Keown, president,
conducted the business session ant'
Mrs. W. C. Dlsgs gave the council
9105 or 621
Round Bunch HD Club
Placing and marking a pattern
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Climaxing the meeting was an
"Faster Bonnet" show with each
member wearing a model designed
of household utensils and create*
by the model. Prizes tvere given
for the prettiest, most original
funniest and cutest hat. Mrs. Al-
vin Keovvn, received prize for the
prettiest hat which was designed
of a large lamp shade covered wiU
flowers. To Mrs. R. L." Johnxtor
for the most original hat fashioner'
of a pot cover with ornaments o'
plastic spoons, knife and fork anc'
red salt and pepper sftakcrs at-
tached to the colorful ties. Tht
funniest hat prize went to Mrs
Claude Fuller who wore a colan-
der topped with a cage holditi
two chirping baby chickens. Aware
for the cutest hut, designed of i
gay dish towel, pot holder anc'
bottle brush, wps presented Mrs.
! Dorothy Marsh. Judges were Mrs.
jfLovelacc McKinley and Mrs. H.
j T. Pitts.
A business meeting of the Town
j club was held on Thursday eve-
ning in the Armory with eighteen
j members attending. Mrs. Brooks
1 Conov er conducted the session,
j Officers named during the meet-
' ing were Mrs. Paul Slaton, treas-
in the club's rules were discussed
and new members were added to
Announcement was made.of a
spring formal dance which will be
given on Many 5 in the armory.
Wednesday Eight Bridge Club
Mrs. L. W. Stonecipher was hos-
tess to the Wednesday Eight Bridge
lub on Wednesday afternoon.
Floral appointments were ar-
rangements of wisteria. •
High honors were awarded Mrs.
5. N. Pollard with Mrs. Louis Hal-
pain receiving low.
The hostess served colored eggs
won a green salad to Mesdames
E-Uly Treece Pollard, C. N. Jones
inlpain. Z. W. Billiard, M. C.
talker, Charles Grlnsted and Wil-
A. and M. Mother's Club
Thp A. ifnd M. Mother's club
•net on Tuesday afternoon with others
Vies. J. Neal Miller of 1410 Tenth
Mrs. Jake Greenberg, president,
'onducted the business session.
The hostess served a salad
•ourse and hot tea to Mesdames
lake Greenberg, Ellis Carter. Hen-
ry Crew, W. C. Knninn H. P. Frtrce,
Dan Futch, S. J. Houchin, R. L.
Kibbe, Frank McNarnara, A. J.
Vavarre, R. R. Prince, W. D. Sim-
mons and J. P. Pevnto.
WESLEVAN SERVICE GUILD
IIAS MEETING IN SULPHOll
VINTON, La., April 8. (Spl.)—
Those from here that attended
the Wesleyan Service Guild meet-
ing held at the First Methodist
church in Sulphur, on Wednes-
Easter Sunday Appeal!
Make your appoint-
ment now for a love-
ly new Easter Sun-
day hair - do. One
that matches your
new costume to per-
fection . . . and does
wonderful things to
-you! Ask about that
new Permanent Wave!
urer; Mrs. Garrison P. Smith, s«>c- day evening were: Irma Sptllmon,
retary; Mrs. Charles W. Dean, pro- j Shirley Kaufman, Mrs. J. R.
gram chairman. Various changes j Hampton, Mrs. Fay Gaylan, Mrs.
C. C. Wood, Mrs. J. H. Welsh.
Mrs. Louis Lynch, Mrs. Carlton
Hardin, Mrs. C. J. Parker, and
Mrs. Hugh Read.
Millsaps D. Meek
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BIBLE CONFERENCE TO
BE HELD SATURDAY AT
SALVATION ARMY CHAPEL
A special interdenominational
Bible conference will be held Sat-
urday April 9 at 2 o'clock and
7 o'clock at the Salvation Army
chapel, 498 North street in
Brownwood addition, it was an-
nounced today by Lt. W. E. Gran-
tham of the Salvation Army.
Speakers for the conference will
>e Caot. Williams L. Ailing, com-
manding officer of the Salvation
tfrmy'ir work at Galveston and
Capt, James D. I>emon of Austin,
Capt. Ailing, whose subject will
>e "The Bible in Faith and Prac-
tice" has held several posts dur-
ing his ten years of Salvation
Capt. Lemon who is referred to
s a Social Worker, Magician and
Soldier of God, has done an out-
standing work in the service of
His work in Austin has
been outstanding, Lt Grantham
Lt: Grantham is inviting the
public to hear these two men and
to- bring their Bibles to the ser-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Scaled proposals, plainly marked.
amount of each bid payable to Or-
ange County, Texas, must accom-
pany each bid to be forfeited for
failure to deliier the items speci-
fied where bid is accepted.
The Commissioners' Court re-
serves the right to waive formali-
ties, the right to accept any bid
deemed most advantageous to the
county and the right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of the Cissioners' Court
of Orange County, Texas, dated
will bt received by me until 10
A. M. April 15th, 1949, then will
be publicly opened and read by
the Commissioners' Court of Or-
ange County, Texas, in their reg-
ular meeting place in the County
Courthouse in Orange, Texas, for
Two new one-half ton Pickup
trucks or two Tudor Sedans for
Commissioners Precincts Two and
Four, same to be paid for in cash March 29th, 1949
balance after allowance is made
for two 1940 model pickup trucks
(One a Ford and one a. Chevrolet)
which are to be traded in. For
further specifications see W. A.
McGuire, Commissioner of Pre-
cinct Ndf Two and N. L. Crosby,
Commissioner of Precinct No. 4,
A certified or cashiers check on
a Texas bank for 5% of
JAMES F. HOULIHAN,
COUNTY AUDITOR, OR-
. ange County, Texas.
By Ethel Burton, Assistant Coun-
SARAH GRANGER GIRLS
VINTON, La., April fl. (Spl.)—
The Surah Granger circle of the
First Baptist church met Wednes-
day afternoon at the old church
house at Nibbletts Bluff with Mrs.
Kate MahalTey as hostess.
Mrs. Beatrice White taught the
lesson from the book, "Young Be-
lievers Bible Work."
Buffalo, N. Y., regarded as the
world's largest milling center, pro-
duces as much as 12,000,000 J)ar-
the rels of flour a yeas.
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The cause of your condition
may be In your spin*.
. Mrs. David D. Daniel of 811
John street who has been seriously
ill in Hardy Hancock hospital in
Jasper is reported as improved.
Pvt. John Edward
Camp Hood was the
Thursday evening of his uncle and
auntt Chief and Mrs. Rarle F. Riggs
of Dewey Place.
IMir Week Services
At1 St. Paul's Episcopal
Holy week services at St. Paul's
Episcopal church are announced
by the Rev. John A. McKee, rec-
Palm Sunday services will open
with the Holy Communion and
Blessing of the Palms at 7:30 a. rn.
followed by the morning prayer
and communion at 11 a. m.
Monday 7 a. m. Holy commun-
ion sen-ice at the church, Tuesday
7 a. m. Holy Communion service at
the church. Wednesday 7 a. m.
Holy Communion service at the
church and at 7:30 p. m. evening
prayer and litany with Rev. Mor-
1*1* Elliott rector of St. Cyprians
church at Lufkin as guest preach-
Thursday (Maundy Thursday)
Chornl communion service at the
church 0:45 a. m. and the service
of preparation at the church.at
7:30 p. m. v
Good Friday at 7 a. m. the An-
te-Oommunion service will be held
at the church and from 12 noon to
3 p. m. the Three Hours will be ob-
Rigg# of |
On Easter Sunday the worship
sen-ices will be held at 7 a. m.,
9:30 a. m. and 11 a. m.
Mrs. Joe Bolton is in Wichita
Falls where she is with her sis-
ter who is recuperating from an
Mrs. Ray White ot Port Arthur
visited,in the home '>f Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Dings of 204 Hhode Island
Thursday and Friday of this week.
CHICKEN GI'MBO DINNER TO
BE SERVED BY RRBEKAHR
Chicken gumbo, salad, pie and
WALTER CASEY TO ADDRESS
CARR-STARK PTA MONDAY
Walter Casey, manager of Cros-
I by hotel In Beaumont, will address
J the general meeting of Carr-Stark
| PTA on Monday afternoon speak-
) ihg on "Home; Democratic Unit
; For World Peace," it was announc-
I ed by Mrs. Barry L. Sutton, presi-
dent. The meeting is set for 3
o'clock in Stark gymnasium.
The fourth district PTA confer-
coffee will be served by the Re- len<* which convened in Jasper was I §|v
bekahs tomorrow from II to 4
o'clock in the building formerly
occupied by the Orange Paint com-
pany, corner Main and Fourth
streets, according to an announce-
ment. Plates are priced at one dol-
lar, it was stated, and the public
AS ADVERTISED IN COLLIER'S
well attended by members of Carr- j
Stark, it was stoted. Mrs. Harry L.
Sutton and Mrs. James H. Marsh.
| delegates will give reports of the
j The Summer Round-up, begin-
ning on April 2fl, will be discussed
, by Mrs. N. J. Athas. Mrs. Athas
■ also will explain the puppet show
| to appear at the public schools
The musical program will bo
under the direction of C. P. Cer-
The executive meeting at 2
o'clock will precede the regular
meeting, the president said.
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 83, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1949, newspaper, April 8, 1949; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth308843/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.