The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 309, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 15, 1954 Page: 3 of 12
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1954 THE ORANGE LEADER
re Mrs. C. W. Ricks, Thrictmac Par tv ^Pt Refreshn
iimon, and Mrs. Don ,'fr,S r'arjY pf \ Mrs. H.
. 7 , By Methodist Guild 1 ^e™entj*
not previously men-L- The First Methodist Wesleyan m™ e
Mrs. D. L. Dubose, Service Guild 1 will have a
derritt. Mrs. D. R. Christmas party Thursday at 7:30 . . ~
Everett French, Mrs. p.m. in the church parlor, Mem- f“e *P “
ey, Mrs. Pat Scar- bers will bring food for the "r0J
s. Harold Smith and Christmas basket which will be — • *• *
f. contributed to a needy family. man, ha:
- Gifts, not exceeding $2, will be prospec 1
IS PARTY exchanged. Mrs. Bardie Ball will
of the Veterans of direct the program which will in- The U.
s and the auxiliary elude carol singing and games. 275 billit
Food for Christmas Baskets Collected
During Mary Class Yule Party Monday
Stage Dinner Party
Members of the St. Mark's
Methodist Nursery Mothers Club
hel’d their first Christmas party
Monday evening in the form of a
dinner in Wayside Inn.
A short, program was given dur-
ing which Mrs. Roy Arnold gave
the modern version pf “The Night
Mrs. Richard Lanning gave a
reading, "The Shining Joy of
The group sang several Christ-
mas carols after which dinner was
Instead of exchanging gifts,
each member brought a gift for
the church nursery.
Honored on Fifth
Birthday at Party
BRIDGE CITY (Spl)—Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Carter announce the ar-
rival of a seven pound, nine and
one-half ounce son, Marcus Leon,
born Thursday, Dec. 9 at the Or-
ange City Hospital. The Carters
have one other son. Dale Ray. The
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Granger of Orangefield and
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Carter of Or-
ange. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Winfree
of the Winfree community and
Mrs. G. Carter of Arkansas arc
J. B. Scales Sr*, his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. El-
roy ce Johnson, were in Galveston
during the weekend visiting Mrs.
J. B. Scales Sr., who is under
treatment at the John Sealy Hos-
Mrs. Laura Hollis had-her two
daughters, Mrs. S. Ritchey of Port
Neches, and Mrs. N. Cole pf Ned-
erland visit her Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Plunk vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Plunk in Port Arthur Sun-
Mrs. Julius Garcia accompanied
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Griffin and chil-
dren. Janice Kay and Jimmy Kent,
of Shreveport, La., on a five day
tour of Oklahoma City, Okla.,
baeft through the Ozarks and to
Eureka Springs, Ark.
icher, was | program and business session
otist Mary ] was held. Mrs. Joe Guest
Christmas j sided. The invoeatioft was led by
er home. Mrs. H.vder and then routine re-
parols af- ports were given. Food for the
of music Christmas basket for a needy
rhe home j family was collected,
erous orn- j Mrs. L. J. Louviere reviewed
ifoatn and! with the class the motto, 2 Tim.
the living1~2:15, and the class song. Then the
| group sapg the class song, “Blest
as topped! Be the t. Tie,” as Donna Hyder
rlaid with played the piano accompaniment.
arrange- ' Mrs. J. W. Tandy told a Christ-
aery and mas story and the program was
:rpiece. ended with prayer pronounced by
osed with Mrs. Wilma Williams,
nd names Others attending were Mrs.
C. R. Procell. Mrs. W. O. Jones,
chicken Mrs. Edgar Hogg, Mrs. W. W.
tndwiches, Kennedy. Mrs. L. A. Anderson.
1 date nut Mrs. Jack Whitworth, Mrs. W. A.
ioe string Bell. Mrs. Thamar Dickerson, Mrs.
y. olives Lee Kplly, Mrs. W. L. Mullins Jr.,
if, coffee, Mrs. Denise Grimes, Mrs. Joe
ind mints Powell, Mrs. Betty Baskett. Mrs.
aus boots J. M. Anthony, Mrs. Myrtle Shoe-
period a make and Mrs. J. C. Fisher.
Larry Thomas Bland celebrated
his fifth birthday last Sunday in
an unusual way—he lost his first
tooth. The birthday anniversary
ajso was marked with a party giv*
eft by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Bland Jr. Assisting with the
party was Larry’s grandmother
Mrs. H. T. Bland Sr.
Pictures were made and bal-
loons and toy bugles were given
Games were played with Jackie
Boullion winning the prize for
dropping the most clothes pins in
Arrangements of chrysanthe-
mums and rokes decorated the
table where birthday cake and
punch were served.
Those attending were Brenda
Boullion, Rickie White, Dal.vnn
Gideon. Jon Caillavet. Jackie Sue
Boullion, Deborah Bland, Vickie
Boullion, Mrs! Tommy White, Mrs.
Sid J. Caillavet Jr., Mrs. Cassie
Norwood and Mrs. Dewey Boul-
Thpse sending gifts were Mrs.
S. J. Caillavet Sr., Mrs. Bruce
Sorge, Jimmie Norwood Sr., Mrs.
M. A. Glenn Jr. of Waco and
Mrs. George Gabriel of California.
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McLEWIS (Spl)—Members of
the Young Woman’s Auxiliary of
the Old First Baptist Church hej,d
an extended Christmas pitrty
which started Saturday afternoon
and culminated with a slumber
party in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. T. Snider.
During the afternoon the group
met at the church to exchange
gifts gnd eat refreshments of
cookies, candy and cold drinks.
* Later they attended a picture
show and ate popcorn and hot
dogs and then went to the Snider
home where they spent the le-
mainder of the night.
Those attending the party were
Annette Davis, Barbara Morris,
Martha McDonald, Carolyn God-
win, Margie Oswalt, Alice Mc-
Donald. Mrs. J. D. Mitchell antf
Mrs. Charles Pratt.
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eight ounces when he arrived
Monday at 8 a.m. in a Lawton
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McLEWIS (Spl)—Mr. and Mrs.
John Holcomb Sr. and children.
Bobby and Betty Jo, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Holcomb Jr., spent this
past weekend in Marshall with
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Holcomb. Their son
is a student at the East Texas Bap-
tist College. .
Mrs. G. W. Lowrimore, Mrs.
T. F. Collier, Mrs. J. C. Blackwell,
Mrs. Charles Pratt and Mrs. L. A.
Whitman spent Friday in Beau-
mThe McLewis PTA executive
board members held their monthly
business session Thursday. Wans
were made for the annual PTA
Lewis Hester and daughter
Brenda Sue, and Mr. and Mrs.
Reed Sullivan of Port Arthur
spent Sunday afternoon in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Whit-
m Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blackwell
and son. Elmer Ray. left Sunday
to attend the funeral of Black-
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 309, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 15, 1954, newspaper, December 15, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557040/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.