The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 17, 1954 Page: 3 of 27
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Chairman of Haven Training Sessions
Board Picks Aides For Scouters Set
THE ORANGE LEADER PAGE THREE
Thirteen committees for Girls
Ifaven were appointed last week
by Chairman Cecil Stephens dur-
ing a meeting in the recreational
building of First Baptist Church.
Those committees are as follows,
the chairman designated first:
Citizens, Mrs. Winnie C. Grice,
Mrs. Bess Schofield, the. Rev. Her-
man T. Morgan and the Rev. Coop-
er Waters; guidance and education,
J. A. Cawyer, Mrs. Clyde Strucel,
Mrs. Kenneth Hartley, Mrs. Vera
Bean and Fssie Richardson.
Also, ^uilding and maintenance,
Emmette Breazeale, C..A. James,
Andy Boyd, Donald Gunn and the
Rev. Mr. Waters; personal health,
Mrs. Clifford Burrows and Mrs. G..
Y. Swickard, co-chairmen, Mrs.
Harold Hopkins and Mrs, Scho-
field; furnishing^, Mrs. Della
Pretz, Mrs. Bertha Janson, Mrs. j
Frank Malloy and Bob Gear; util- i
ity, Mrs. B. S. Thompson, Mrs. j
Dexter Shelley, James and Mrs.
J. Thorton Griffin; staff, Mrs. Mil- |
dred Crawford and Mrs. J. W. i
History, Mrs. Helen Bates and j
Miss Richardson; safety and sani- !
tation, E. L. Barker, J. D. Stan- |
field and Dr. H. H. Key; clothing,
Mrs. H. L. Woodworth, Mrs. Bates, I
Margaret Christie, Mrs. J. L. Jelli- I
son, Mrs. D. B. Samford and Mrs.
Policy, Fred Trimble, R. D.
Hodges, Mrs. Laurence Winfree j
and Mrs. Coale; recreation, Mrs. j
P. E. Vandevoort and Mrs. Thomp- j
son, and insurance, the Rev. Mr. I
Morgan, Hodges and Dexter Shel- j
The haven is a home for deserv-
ing displaced girls and is a de-
pendent agency of the Community
The first of a series of Explorer
training sessions for adult leaders
in advanced scouting work will
be held Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the
First Presbyterian Church, Eighth
St. and Green Ave., starting at
7:30 p.m. The training program
will be provided by the leader-
ship and training committee
headed by J. A. Cawyer, chairmap.
All adult leaders in the Boy
Scout movement, scout fathers,
Explorer age advisors, senior
crew leaders, crew leaders and
post secretaries are eligible to
take the training.
In an effort do raise the stan-
dards of training for leaders and
to encourage sponsoring organiza-
tions to send more representatives
to the training sessions, the com-
mittee decided to set up a mini-
mum of four trained members for
a standard unit. It was recom-
mended that the scoutmaster, ad-
visor, elected boy leader and one
of the committeemen or the insti-
tutional representative be among
those taking the training.
Mary Louise Kemble Is Chosen
Editor of Hurricane Highlights
Mayy.....Louise Kemble has been
named editor of the Carr Junior
High School paper, Hurricane
To serve with her are Betty
Stringer, assistant editor; David
Arnaud, business manager; Glenn
Brown, sports editor; Bryan Mc-
Kinley, feature editor and Mary
Romero, art editor.
A total of 22,731 veterans are
taking on-farm training compared
with 7,000 a year ago.
Stark Latin Club
Picks New Officers
Lyndon Robinson will head the
Latin Club of Stark High School
this year, Principal Paul Pearson
announced today. V '
Other officers are Judy Dulaney,
^ice chairman: Frances Karrer,
secretary-treasurer, and Peachy
Anthony, reporter, j
Judy Belton will serve as chair-
man of the first year class with
Turner Winfrey, vice chairman;
Kay Slaton, secretary-treasurer,
and Pajlricia Polly, reporter.
The annual banquet for the
club will be Oct. 20 at Little
Mexico Restaurant with members
appearing in Roman costumes.
Prizes will be awarded to the boy
and girl wearing the most authen-
tic costumes. *
New members will be installed
in a candlelight ceremony and a
short skit given which depicts the
lives of early Romans.
Highlight of the evening will
be a “slave” sale of new members
to the “patricians” (old members).
Credit Union Day
Opens With Dinner
A dinner to commemorate Na-
tional Credit Union Day will be
held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Little Mexico Restaurant by the
Sabine District Credit Union
John M. Barry, managing direc-
tor of the Texas Credit Union
League from Dallas, will be the
guest speaker. Those, planning to
attend should make reservations
no later than tomorrow with Ted
Scofield of the Du Pont fret
- There are five such credit unions
in the immediate Orange area gnd
a good attendance for the Thur*-T
day meeting is expected by local
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Panels Are Named
For Veterans Day
A national committee for the
observance of Veterans Day in
every community of America has
been appointed by the adminis-
trator of veterans affairs, accord-
ing to Jack Powell, manager of the
VA regional office at Houston.
The committee was appointed at
the request of President Eisen-
hower to encourage the observance
of Veterans Day. The last session
of Congress passed an act in June
changing Armistice Day, which
honored only veterans of World
War I, to Veterans Day so that
veterans of all America's wars
may be honored.
In Orange, the three veterans’
groups, American Legion, Dis-
abled American Veterans and Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars, are plan-
ning a parade for the observance
on Nov. 11.
ORANGEFIELD (Spl) — Mrs.
Morris Floyd of Sullivan, 111. who
has been visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Floyd at Bessie
Heights, has left for Phoenix, Ariz.
where she will visit her daughter.
Mrs. Georgia Mansfield of j
Groves visited in the home of Mr. '
and Mrs. G. A. Scales and other j
relatives her* Tuesday.
Mrs. Lawrence Schlicher and j
her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Sittig j
of Conroe are in Lafayette, La., at i
the bedside of Gus Boudreaux who
is critically ill in a hospital there, j
Andrew Boudreaux of Bessie \
Heights al|o visited Gus Boud- I
reaux whd is a brother of both, j
Andrew and Mrs. Sittig.
The Rev. Mrs. Rosa Miller, Mrs. j
J. Francois, Mrs. W. Thibodeaux,!
Mrs. C. Ousley, Barbara Ousley I
and Mary Flanigan attended the j
Bible conference held last week
at the First Assembly of God
Church in Beaumont.
By Allied Chemical
J.A.C. Idleman of 1013 Ruby
Ij»ne has been 'promoted to the |
research and development depart-
ment of the Nitrogen Division, Al-
lied Chemical and Dye Corp. and
will be in charge of intermediate
scale eperations in the ethylene
oxide unit. - 1
Meanwhile, Nitrogen Division
also announced that A. L. Rems-
berg has been promoted from as-
sistant chemist to chemist and has
been transferred to the main lab-
Idleman has been with the Al-
lied plant here for the past year
and started with the company in
February of 1950 at South Point,
Remsberg started with Nitrogen
Division last January. He resides
in Pinehurst Addition.
School Campus Area
The Stark High School Chapter,
Future Farmers of America, has
begun landscaping on the north
side of the school under super-
vision of agricultural instructors
James Fitts and Don Fox.
Six truckloads of dirt were
furnished by Carr-Stark PTA at
a cost of $39 to be used in leveling
ground near the new vocational
building. Tha landscaping will be
completed by December. Plans
have been made to plant rosea and
Oil Field Worker Recuperating
From Injuries to Right Leg
VIDOR (Spl)—The condition of
J. L. Preist, 22, who was injured
in' an oil rig accident Thursday
about noon, was reported slightly
improved today at Baptist Hos-
Preist, an employe of the Ten-
nessee Production Service Co. of
Houston, which is drilling a well
just off new Highway 90, was
struck by a falling piece of heavy
equipment. His injury was be-
tween the right knee and hip. Of-
ficials said there is a possibility of
a fracture. *.
According to estimates, there are
somewhat more than half a mil-
lion persons in the United States
with cerebral palsy.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 17, 1954, newspaper, October 17, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556785/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.