The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 210, Ed. 2 Monday, August 31, 1959 Page: 2 of 2
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THE ORANGE LEADER
MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1959
For 79 Years
SPRUCE PINE N.C. (AP) -
"Uncle Will" Ledford and hi* wife
Laura, hardlv finished marking
their ,100th bitthdavs are prepar-
ing for another celebration Sept.
8. It will be the’r 79th wedding
"I’m so choked up with happi-
ness that I can't talk,” Uncle Will
said Sunday as 150 relative* and
friends mat at his plain, five-room
home in western North Carolina’s
Mitchell County. The p*rtv includ-
ed many of their five children, 38
grandchildren, and 54 great-grand-
children and a great-great-grand-
Except when Unce Will was off
mining or chopping trees the Led-
fords have worked together
gathering roots and herbs and, un-
til recently, raising their own
DENNIS THE MENACE
Siamese Twin Girls
Born Dead in Dallas
DALLAS, Tea. (AP) -Siamese
4twin girls were horn dead Sunday
“ to Mr. and Mrs. Statuel Harris at
Methodist Hospital here.
Obituaries f EsSdy
Francis M. Stewart
VINTON (Spi) - Funeral serv-
ices are incomplete for Francis
Marion Stewart, 51, 'of Vincent St.,
Vinton, who was found dying of a
shotgun wound at his, home about
1:45 p.m. yesterday.
Dr. Harry S. Snatic, Calcasieu
Parish coroner, hound death came
from a wound just above the heart.
Leroy LeBeouf Vinton policeman.
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Mrs. L. V. Cooper of California,
and Mrs. Bert Flowers of Winns-
| Vinton Snapshots
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VINTON (Spi)—David Folks. 14-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Folks is in the West Calcasieu-
Cameron Hosp.tal in Sulphur. Da-
vid was injured when he was
struck by a cable on the Ghrn
Cove Ferry this weekend. He suf-
fered a foot iniurv and will remain
in the hospilal under observation
for several days.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Polk for the past week were Mr.
and Mrs. T. Folk and daughters, .
Patsy and Genelle of Brazoria. Ray Franks graduated from Sam
The grand master of Louisiana Houston State Co'lege at Hunts-
made his official visit to Lake vilie Friday, A graduate of Vidor
Gilbert L. Brown
Funeral services a're incomplete
at Cltybar Funeral Home for Gil-
bert L. Brown. 57, who died yes-
terday at 5:30 p.m. in the home of ■
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peace of Dew-
eyviHe, following * long illness. He
had made his home with' the Peace
family for a number of years.
The Rev. A. E Allmon, pastor:
of the Deweyville Baptist Church,
will officiate at the services. Buri-
al will be in the King Cemetery
Brown was a native of Oklahoma
but had lived in this vicinity about j
17 years. He was a steelworker by
There are no known survivors.
now get that mutt
Alright' So you won again . .
TURN ARMIN', MO! NEK COMES
Specials Good Mon., Tues., Wed., Aug. 31, Sept. 1*2
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MEXICO CITY (AP)—A young taken to a police station where
garbage collector mad with rabies charges of drunkenness or “under
was seized bv workers in a mar- the influence of marijuana” were
ble factory who thought he was filed.
drunk. i Then it was discovered he was -- „ -
Jose Guadalupe Ortiz Juarez, the object of a citywide Search. u’D„rt_u,[^
26, was tied hand and foot and Bitten by a mad dog recently, he
contracted rabies and was being
Orangeite Returns “3 U 'T'i.VS-1''
To California Port bulance- I 4nwc "C au"*vu,a- Temple. A banquet was held in veir,
<*»=£? “ waS;E<Wie E. Roy k^T""--•“.....* *"• '<■* <«•
Mr ITTU,, * H He appeared at a, marble fac-j VINTON (Sp.)—Rosarv will be from Vinton amending were Dexter Attending the graduation exer- Mrs. Homer Dew entered Orange
Burch of 414 naxtonCis Oranee tor>’- and brRan throwing rocks'said tomorrow at 7:30 plm. in the! Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin cises from here were his mother. Memorial Hospital last Thursday,
Te* r^pntiv rnTurn^H [..and stones at the workers. He, Hixson Funeral Home in Sulphur-Stakes, Mr. ano Mrs. Roscoe Por- Mrs. Beulah Franks;-Mrs. E. where she underwent minor sur-
ahoard rip-srmvpr iTQ<; Frank was seized as he fought madly to I for Eddie Edward Rov, 64. 1213 ter, Mr. and Mrs Gerald Cormier Whitmire. Mrs Joe Bunn and gerv on Friday. She expect* to be
feJ^afmrrflve-mSthtour esfaPP' ! Vincent £. Roy died yesterdav at and several others. Cheslev Franks Virgil majored in: released this weekend,
of &utV with the U.S. Seventh Fleet Police considered his actions 7:15 p.m. in the Veteran'* Hos- j Registration for McNeese State general science. ^ ; Mrs. James Stephensoni will be,
in the Vmstern Pacific. abnormal and called a doctor who! pita! in Alexandria,, La„ following College day elapses will begin Garnet (Curiev) Franks, another hostess Thursday when the Edith j
Evan ^primary dutv throughout recognized the svmptoms. la lengthv illness. ’j Wednesday, Sept 9 with an expect* son of Mrs. Beulah Franks, left | Chaney Circle of Orangefield Bap-
the cruise was to act as submarine: He was then identified as the His body will be transferred to- ed 10 por cent increase in enroll- rec/nll>' f^..^e'“aJ,° enter seC‘! wifhVi Rovh"Fnrrt
screen and rescue destroyer for the missing garbage collector and was morrow at 9 a m. to St. Josenh s ment this term, according to the ond year college work. , BhM« study with Mrs. Boyd Ford
attack aircraft carrier USS Shan-rushed to a hospital for treat- Catholic Church in Vinfcn for Mass registrar Mrs. Inez Moses W E. Stone celeorated his 8^h, in charge
at 10 a.m. The Rev. Francis La-i J. B. Corminr Jr. was home birthday last Monday in the home, Don Hill and J. K. Beaver nave:
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Charles Saturday at the Masonic High School, he has served two shrev^^"^*^her^they
he" married ^raTdfe'e^WWtmfre nf M” J''hn*w* •
Attending the graduation exer-
-----; - Mrs. E. where she underwent minor sur-
Mrs Joe Bunn and gerv on Friday. She expects to be
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 210, Ed. 2 Monday, August 31, 1959, newspaper, August 31, 1959; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556953/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.