The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.)., Vol. 56, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, April 3, 1959 Page: 3 of 12
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Assn. To Hold
THE, LITTLE WOMAN
The Orange Baptist Assn. will
conduct a training union clinic
April 13-16 in the First Baptist
Church under the direction of the
Rev. A. E. Allmon,, pastor, of the
Dewey ville Baptist Church. 1
The schedule includes evening
sessions from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday
through Thursday and mornirfe
sessions from 9:30 to 11 a.r
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-,
(y:) 10, n, Kiny I'tutttrw Syndicate, Inf., World right* rfarrvml
Tour state association workers
will conduct the, clinic in nursery,
beginner, primary and junior lead-
ership under the direction of the
Rev, Hooper Dilday, state training
J. J. Johnson of Dallas will lead
the nursery conference; Mrs. Troy!
Campbell of Houston, the bsgiri-j
ner; Mrs. W. H.. Souther of Dal-!
las, the primary, and Mrs. Lucy,
Bales of Dallas, the beginner. '
Local training leaders are K.
Gerald Robertson, for ministers
of religious education, pastors,
, training union directors*arid gener-
al officers; Milton Giles, for adults;
Joe Martin, young people; Mrs.
C. L. Armstrong, intermediates?"
Mrs. J. W. Brimm, juniors,
Mrs. Leon Faries, primary
For the Elite in Movie, Business World
'My, they really make things hard to get at, don't
^Hollywood Millionaires Finance Club
North Orange Baptist Churchy
Is Honor .
wallpaper frortt the Rothschild
chateau in Vienna. A b^r backed
with 4,000 champagne bottle bot-
toms. (French, of course.)
How- did «this ail come about?
By BOB THOMAS
AP Movie-TV Writer
p . I ll *"" N HOLLYWOOD (AP)—Fifty mon-
• OrrV is nonor _ eymen are out to put some life in
the Los Angeles-Hollywood social ,
world, and they're spending a mil- A group millionaires like Con
lion dollars to do it. |rad Hilton. Ed Pauley, Jtistin
VINTON (Spl) — Marquettei Saturday night will mark the part. Jack Wratber and Jules
Bailey celebrated her eighth birth- preview of ,the Cave Des Roys, a Stein agreed there was a need
day anniversary Tuesday afternoon|new pleasure spot in the heart ofifor5 a place where the local elite
at a party "in the hom% of her Lacienega's restaurant row. But j could meet for good fellowship,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ft>e Bailey! it's different from the other styl- j Fifty, founders kicked ir> "a few
Jr. |ish eateries on the boulevard. This grand apiece to start the project
T£d Waiters and Toriia Landry i-one is a private club for 4 000; rolling.
won prizes and the girls won in prominents oT the movie and bust Among the Hollywood names
the game, tug of war jiness - world. ! who made the team: Desi Arnaz,
Refreshments were served to Ar-1
: Den 9 Has Party
mock-medievaj/ scanty costumes.
Reunion Is Held
/MAURilCEVILE (Spl) — The
Peco family held a family reunion
Sunday in the home of Mrs. Louise
" Attending- the picnic style dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Peco
of Houston; Mrs. Hayward Ber-
The accent is not oh food, but; Anthony Quinn, Paul Newmaj
thur "waiters" Gen^Me' Haccart 'on ftln- .. Tony CurtiS' Fred' MacMunriy,
Sandra Jennings, Debby Schlicher! "™? 7" ? 8 FrirkSf2' local: DThov W for' a
Kathv Broussard Vane^p Van-'P Erickson, local i They for a /iifctirno
Meter Tonv Dueas Taime Burn iCafe owner 8nd niana"ini! -dtrec-fmembership and Ret a to the
Sm Kin " '">■ Cave Des Roys. "Los An- front door. No flwesV&rinks are
drT' Vicki McGoueh Vi'ckiCour i:'e,es sure new!s something like all $1.35, but that/also includes:
SI v'^' n^nHag 'aI riil' this. It is the deadest town for its hors d'oeurves and dancing Wait-
™vand Brenda and Gordon size in the country. People just resses ar? Hollywood showgirls in
y'- don't go out. and have fun here."
Ericksm gave me a oVeview of
,the preview aftd it do^s indeed
BRIDGE CITY (Spl) — A wiener '9°^ like a P'i?ce; Sort of a
roast was held Wednesday night j rich man s Disneyland.
by members of D6n 9. Scene of! It's styled in French 15th cen-
the April fool party was the home tury and patterned after the Cave
of Mrs. Henry Crowell, den moth-!du Rois, which several of lh&
er. Attending were Danny Breaux, i founders visited in Beirut, Leb-
Wilbur Nichols, Darrald Wallace, anon. Architect Serge Sassojmi of
David DrowelL Gary Lormand, Beirut was commissioned/to de-
Donald Nabours and Tommy Dai- j sign the two-story building. Much
gle, scribe. jof the wood, including/four heroic- wi 4.ria „V1.
-—— jsize msdieval figure* was carved' jck( Mrs ' Mona Gillespie and
Population studies show thatiin Lebanon. jTobe Frederick of Vidor; Mrs.
more than 70 per cent of Austral-1 Among the /features; suits of Virgil Hudson, Mrs.. Elton Hudson
•and Julia Fergue.rson "of Hfirtburg.
Also Mr. and Mrs* Hubert Pike,
Mr. and, Mrs. J. D. P^rlyns, Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Perkins. (Mrs.
LeRoy Neel, Mr: and Mrs. 'Lorrie
Peco, Fad Clark and Nell Willey.
Special Services Set
At Assembly of Cod
BRIDGE . CITY (Spl) — Mrs:
G. M. Willis of Nederland will con-
duct special services at the As-
j sembly of God Church each night
next week beginning at 7:30.
Mrs. Willis' is the wife of the
presbyter of the Bcaumcnt section
of As s'tmbiy of God churches
which includes "about 50 churches.
G. H. Hubert, local choir direc-
tor, will be in charge of the special
music; The Rev".' W. B. Sherrill,
pastor, invites thepubtlc to attend.
O Countv Fair
Edge of Night
Casey Jones ti\
Pastor's Study v
Uncle Willie's Club
Jive at Five
Gehe Autry Theater
Channel 4 Report
history of' music all boils
down to "Toot, Whistle, Plunk
and. Boom." '
Q Your Hit Parade
Drummer Gene Krupa will be
- special guest of Dorothy Collins,
and Johnny Desmond tonight.
Ranger Gilman is served notice
of his own death sentence in a
letter from a'man he has never
seen. * 1 •- . , ' •' .. i ';!
o Ellery Queen
7:S0-*C1 This Is Your Life
• Q Yancy Derringer
A fanied photsgrapher is assign-
ed to aid a group of wom'2n on a
justifiable crime spree in New]
8:00-0 Q M Squad
A young woman disappears after j
revealing that sKe sd w .a holdup J
O Phil Silvers Show
Bilko-becpmes a godfather to the
' child of a GI ^friend.
8:S0-O O I "he Thin Man-
O Lu^/Schlitz Playhouse
John Ca^savttes stars in "The
Dreamer," the story of a man's
heaj^rending searcn for the girl l
8—O i| Cavalcade of Sports |
On tonight's card is the worlds;
welterweight championship boutj
between Don Jordan and Virgil
Akins. . • <':
O The Lineup
Matt is forced to shoot down'a!
psychopathic killer who has tak-
en the life of his doctor and,
threatened the'life of his wife- (
Donna Reed Show
James Darren gue,st.stars in the j
role of a teen-age singing idol.
9:45— O Jackpot Bowling,
WiI The Trotjine
O News and Weather
O Theater 7 '
10:15-0 Jack Paar Show
A singer helps a young
overcome skulduggery in
bijee Trail" starring Joan Les-
lie; For,rest Tucker. Pat O'Brien;
J6hn Russell aiid Ray Middleton.
PartUI of "Willie 'The Actor'
SuttoH" will be presented.
12:30—0 Racket Squad
O Feature Theater
12:45—O Saturday Matinee
The children's classic "Heidi"
will be shown today.
1:00-0 T imes, Sqijare Playhouse
Las Vegas is electrified when a
beautiful muth teacher works out
a way to beat the tables.
Katie, the cook, takes uf the!
study of astrology.
2:00-0 O Pro Basketball
O Action Theater
4:00-0 Americans at Work
O Master's Golf Tourna-
O Roy Rcgers
j 4:|5—O Texas Wildlife ,•
I 4:30—0 Bowling Stars
| i>;00— O Studio Wrestling
O I awrence Welk Show
O Big Picturp ,
5:30—O Texsfs Wrestling
6:00—O Northwest Passage
A bride learns a frightening les-
"The Hound of the Sierras"
6:30r-O O People Are Funny
a Perry Mason
A stolen tape recording of a con !
ferenCe between patient and psy-,
chlatrist leads to'murder.
7: #0—0 O Pen y Como
7:30—O Wanted—Dead qr Alive 1
Josh takes on the strange assign-
ment of wooing an Indian prin-!
cess in competition with a fierce
Apache. ' '
A live "dead man" and a young]
singer cause Bret to become a
traveling poke.r player. Song-?
stress Peggy King is guest star.1
O Gale Storm Show
O Wliirlybirds .
8:30-0 Have Gun Will Travel !
Paladin gets himself ambushed j
and ends up as a kitchen helper
on a ranch.
Q Pat Boone Show
9:00—0 Cimarron. CitV "
O Gunsmoke ,!
The marshall rescues a white
woman who for years had been
a captive of the Cherokees.
(1 Price Is Right
9:30- o Cannonball
The Canadian M o u n t i e s ask (
. truckers to be on the lookout1
for deadly stay-awake pills. Mike!
ryid Jerry find some, and lots of
trouble -to go with them.
O The D. A.'s Man j
10:00— O To Be Announced
O The Lawman
| Dan and Johnny get: involved in 1
d nightmarish battle-.
ft 1 awrence Welk
wiTe 110:30—0 ^hock
««ju.! Lionel Atwill and Patrick Know-!
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.)., Vol. 56, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, April 3, 1959, newspaper, April 3, 1959; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330507/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.