The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 22, 1957 Page: 2 of 4
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THE ORANGE LEADER
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1957,
Pirates Follies To fie Staged
By Vidor School Student Club
Needed by Youth
'SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -
California's youthful YMCA model
governor said- today youth can’t,?
VIDOR (ipl)-The fourth annual presentation and include talent
tti ss ft” & JSJSirail
! Shull ana Crossbones ^anijations. In addition, there< will
will be presented tonight and to- be acts by. first-place winners of
raorrdw ni;»ht in the auditorium of past Follies. A few professional
the junior high school. ac.tE alsoJre 1° * __
•jSSJ&Aj » “* KTRMV SWWSMSfc
three row publications, J3-827, monies.
Farm fihcep Production in Texas: , , . ■
MP-167. Which is tht&Best Feed B
to Buy and l.-'JBI. Move forward u tri £i-h 8®
WithFarm and Hoipe Develop- band 15 t0 furnish musk/ • "
inert, have been released by the Admission charge is 35 cents for
Agricultural Extension V1-Set vice, school children and 70 cents for
■ 'Ihcy arravailable -from fKg*offices. adults. Money raised by the two-
cif local county extension agents night stand of the Pirates Follies
...or fiom. the AyriciiJtuKal lnforirta-i,wilI go lnto ,«.4md to purchase a
iff,e»i, Cduege Station, Texas, troehv case for the school.
whin their problems because they
don’t have the authority. '
Short, snappy 17-year-ol(l‘ Pat
Partridge of San Jose High School
decried that “adults look on teen-
agers as below them. They think
teen-agn-s must accept what’s giv-
en them with backtalk. 7 '
"Thaf’s not teaching them to be
leaders. It’s*not giving them re-
“If there’s anything youth needs
it’s good strong leaders. That’s the
trouble with, youth today. We
don’t have enough . . . of Jt h e
Pexas.' trophy case‘for the school
Judge Gives Youth
Coat Off His Back
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (API-Spe-
cial Judge Vernon Hines gave a
Detroit youth the coat off his own
lu»ck to go home and start a new
9 A M, TO 5;30 P.M.
David Clifford James \yas in
“JEnjoy your Tittle nap ?”
Land leveling is often one of, the
CoOSt Guard Hunts early problems faced by farmers
Missing Shrimper XtTX: £
PORJ ISABEL (AP)—The Coast j Thurmond, extension agricultural
SFsriBK MS*u5Sg *“tt P.1*™1"*tor *•
Chris Wilkerson, which carried a lob- Land levelln8 ,1S a.n expensive
creW of three. and time consuming fob but the
The search was intensified yea-JjAnefits last for years. A good job
terday when the crew of the requires the serviced of a compet-
trawler Helen Mae brought in a £nt engineer.
pair of pants stamped with the
name “Mier” and a 375-gallon wa-
ter tank. They said they found the
articles floating in the Gulf of
Mexico 18 miles offshore about 120
miles south of here.
The captain of the missing boat
was Sam J. Mier of Corpus Chris-
ti. Names of the two crewmen
were not known.
Want Ads . .
wruirx ivuuicjni nc Just a year ap0 the quotes would have no harmful dffett.
KAnilesrl V«nll, were verv different. At that time -—--
iVlUlieu TO T Oiixn , rumors oF-trouble between them Tw_ ...j
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Four-'mf'-A*'H C S|| - t “
teen-year-old John .Young got an WhmT Ju w Fatally in Collision '
18-inch black rattler by mail or- ™ncerned our mar ia-e wd! ,a.t _...
Her fmm pinrirf* in a.™, „„„ u‘ forever . a . Im madly m love — two soldiers
added U To hfs coVction Rof 3* with t»w man. He’, so good for were fatally injured near here last
aT*S: » to nis collection of six rae... , night in a collision hetween their
other snakes, two baby ailiga- car and an empty cattle truck The
tors, 10 birds, a pet ratoon and. And Powell chimed in then: dead were identified as Stephen
an undetermined number of white “This sort- of thing has been Gwin, 23, Cleveland, Ohio and
mice. / brought up by the troublemakers Horace Childress, about 23.’Chil-
The rattler bit John yesterday, before, and it will be again. It’s dress’ home address was not
His mother. Mrs.’Dorothy Yotmg, j Stupid, because I don t know two | available. \
applied a tourniquet on his little People who are more happily mar-j Both men were stationed" at Ft
finger and rushed him to a hos- ried. We are perfect for each oth- Hood.
pital. No.- antivenom serum was er . \ V Two other soldiers riding with
m stock. Nor was a suction de- R June.s first marriage.'‘hr^rj"th"cf ^ °ne
• Powell was-married twice previ- ^ w tru<* driver was
Later a pharmacist located ser- nus|y, first t0 a nonprofessionalrnot hurt'
urn in a drtig warehouse. j * Mildred Maund. His second mar- cmrir orrisTrorn
From his hospital bed. John an- riage. to Joan Blondell in 1936, i i asw api
pounced he was canceling his or- ended when she divorced him in LJ
for Things You
No Longer Need
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As Sales Go Up
SATURDAY LAST DAY TO RECISTER FOR
At solos go up, to do production, salaries and
tho standard of living—and advertising i* ■ vitol
factor. By making your shopping easier, by
bringing you information on now products, now
features, new ideas, advertising moves merchan-
dise and keeps business humming. As a result,
our factories work full time and tho pickup is
foH down tho line from plant owner to you, the
WESTINGHOUSE Washer-Dryer Space-mates
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To Buy — You Don't Have To Be Present To Win.
DRAWINC SATURDAY, FEB, 23rd—5:00 P.
Advertising mokes you the boos. To win yew
fayor competing products must constantly be
improved; to Satisfy your needs new products
must always be introduced. And most important,
as you buy more, production costs drop . . . and
so do prices. Every day in many ways, Advert
tising -Benefits You/
THE ORANGE LEADER
The test: On “Hve* TV, 2 cope of send representing heavy sod
ire dumped on towels in three well-known center-poet agitator
washers and in a Revolving Agitator Laundromat. After all com-
plete their eyelet, center-post machines leave towels and washers
in a sandy mess. Laundromat leaves not'a grain of aand in towels
wswrs wwv thi LAsmowowAT is am...
MEN S WASH N’ WEAR
WITH A BUILT-IN PRE!
9 A M. TO 5:30 P.M.
Wmtm Ctnawi There's no old-fashioned
'center-poet. Clothes go inside Revolving
Agitator which lifts and plunges them
fid times a minute.
A famous fabric by famous Pa-
cific Mills . .v65\ Rayon—35fo
Dacron holds a knife-like crease!
Penney-taiiored to hand wash,
drip dry, wear again with little
or no ironing! ,'J>
Sizes 28 to 40
aims Mewl Revolving Agitator lifts
clothes while seal and dirty water drain
away from them. Center-p6st marKii^
•train it all back through them.
Owes Mmhi Because of its pateoted
design, the Laundromat deans dothe^
then deans itself—automatically! All
•and, scum, lint go down the drain.
Penny's Airline Blinds
Extra sturdy baked enamel
finish that will not chip or ]
rust Available 24" by 36" # ’
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8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Mon. Thru Sat.
WASH ’N’ WEAR
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 22, 1957, newspaper, February 22, 1957; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556886/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.