The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 219, Ed. 1 Monday, September 16, 1946 Page: 4 of 4
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Jews of Society, Club and Chutch Activities
Fbr Th is-Week
Tip Top Club To ! Curtis P-TA To
Mrs, L. B. Wade is to entertain
inemters o( the Tin Top Club Ot
a bridge party on Tuesday even-
ing in her home, 2 Sunset Circle.
The party is to begin ot 7:30
Installation oi officers will be
held by the Fidelia, Sunday school
cls& of the First Baptist church
at a covered dish dinner on Tues-
day evening at seven o'clock at
th'- home of-Mrs. K. L. Barker,'
607 Ftm" ;;lretft'.'. Mi's. I. C. Win- ~ . —
fpy is KFlic die installing olTierr. : i^UL) L-OmiTII t lee
(hi Wednesday morning .at ten
jerrkink the class. nicniU-vs will
m< W lor the study, of Baptist l)oc-
tviuv at the home of Mrs. HCtman
Wofet on Ninth street. All mem-
bers' are requested to uitend.
Of Pock 26 Tck
LADIES' BIBLE CLASS
TO MEET AT CHAPEL
The Ladies' Bible class of the
Presbyterian- chapel will meet in
roKMair session on Tuesday afler-
notwi at 2.30 o’clock at the
chapel. Mrs. Forrest McQEhoid a
t« -Rivt* the devotional and Mrs.
F. j.1. Dieted is to present the
lesson from the ninth, tenth aud
eleventh chapters of Second Sam-
uol.- 5 ' iiK M v::V:,:;;s' '
A meeting of the Cub Scout
Committee of Pack 26 Will be
held on Sunday evening, Septem-
ber 22, at eight o’clock in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cpule,
»0ii Sixth street. At that time
plans ‘will be made for a future
pack meeting and a discussion of
the coming yeur’s work will be
Mr. und Mrs. C. P. Smith have
returned to their home, 604
Fourth street, from a vacation
trip to California.
The first regular meeting of
the Cuit is school Parent-Teacher
Association will be held on Tues-
day afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at
the school with Mrs. tt. F. Glare
. Mrs. W. H. Uzzlc, program
i-huirmaii, is to be in charge ot
tile informal get • acquainted pro-
grpm featuring games and music.
All parents of Curtis school chil-
dren are invited, tt ^
-An executive meeting was held
by the officers of the P-T. A. on
Friday afternoon of the past week
wtth Mrsi, R. F. blaze as hostess
at her home at 003 tyordcr street,
plans for the coming year were
discussed and refreshments were
served. All officers were report-
ed ill attendance.
T. E. L. Class To
Meet On Friday
Installation of officers and a
business meeting will be held by
the T. E. L. Sunday school class
of the First baptist church on Fri-
day afternoon at three o’clock in
the home of Mrs. W. E. McCor-
uuodule, 907 Seventh stre
T. J. Penn >is to preside.
A. reunion of tin? family of Mr.
and Mrs- E. P. Dunkiu of this city
was held on Sunday at the home
of Ur. and Mrs. Joe Beaird, 311 | lug ut tha Masonic Temple at 7:30
Pelham Chapter, United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, meeting
for luncheon honoring Mrs. Kath-
ryn Wilcox at the home of Mrs.
Alex Lott, 1201 Ninth street; re-
reception at the Wornan's Club at
8 p. m. * >
Woodman Circle meeting at
the W. O. W. Hall at 2:30 p. m.
Rainbow Girls meeting ut the
Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. in.
Bingo party sponsored by the
Riverside Association at the As-
sembly Hall No. t, Avenue A-and
John, streeLpt 8 p. m.
Victory Bridge club meeting in
Jhc home of Mrs. Jim Ramsey at
1111 Seventeenth street ut 8 p, m.
Order of tile Eastern Star meet-
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Of the fourteen living children
of Mr. and Mrs. Dunkin, the fol-
lowing wek-e In attendance: Har-
rison, Me, George II.. Augusta.
Surah Margaret, aud Farrell, all
of Orange; the married members
of the family present being' Mr.
aud Mrs. James Shoffitt and. chil-
dren Uarburu A up and Jimmie of
Sun Antonio, Tcxus; Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Abbey and infant son'Pey-
ton of Camii, 111., Mrs. Mildred
Alex imd, son AleiJ of Beau-
mont: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thrall-
kill, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Conner,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Kirkland and
children Derwln add Nancy Beth,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beaird and chil-
dren, Rose Ann, Dolores aud
Paula Jo, all of Orange. Den-
man Dunkin of Zavalla was the
only member of the family un
able to attend.
Visitors In addition to the fam-
ily were Mr. and Mrs. J. C.rMur-
phy and daughters Jean Carroll,
Vicky Lyn, Barry Beaird and
leqrge Pome, all of Orange, Mr.
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Parent - Teuclier Association of
Curtis school meeting j at the
school at 2:30 p. rit.
Fidelis Sunday seltooT etuss of
the First Baptist church meeting
for covered dish supper at the
home of Mrs.- E. L. Barker > ut
7 p. m.
Tip Top dub meeting lit tile
home of Mrs. L. B, Wade ut 2
Sunset Circle at 7:30 p, m, *
Ladies' Bible class of the Pres-
byterian chapel meeting at the
chapel ut 2:30 p. m.
T. N. T. Sewing Club meeting
in the home of Mrs. Bert Huuver
at 210 Dewey Place at 3 p. m
Associated Women of St. Paul’s
Episcopal church meeting in tl
home of Mrs. C. 11. Ilenekcnsteii
Jr., 1 Pucifie circle, at 7:30 p. in.
Young Adults group of the
First Presbyterian church meeting
in the home of Mr. und Mrs. E. T.
Drake ut 7:30 p. m.
Euzclian Sunday school (lass
of the First Baptist churcj
Sewing class meeting ut Pine j
Grove sewipg room ut 9:30 u. m.
WEDNESDAY , ^
Keel Klub meeting in the home I
of Mrs. Alphin Mendoza for)
breakfast at 8:30 u. m.
All Chib Luncheon ut Asscm-
bily Hall No. 1, ut 12 o'clock noon.
Circle Tlireo of the North Or-
ange Baptist Woman's Misskmary
Union meeting at the home of
Mrs. Frank Murphy at Ml Schley
at 9:30 a, m.
Fidelis Class of the First Bap-
tist church meeting in the home
of Mrs. Herman Wood at 10 a. m.
Sod tali t:m Class of tire First
Baptist church meeting in the
home of Mrs. Lloyd Blake on Tur-
ret Roud at 10:30 a. m.
Fortnightly Club meeting in
the home of Mrs. C. E. Phillips,
403 Second street with Mrs. J.
Howard Smith as hostess at 8:30
Aulick Club meeting in the
home of Mrs. Muriou Denmark
at 205 Lakeside at 8 p. m.
Sunset Bridge club meeting in
the home of Mrs. C. B. Baker ut
22H Pacific at 7:45 p. m.
Woodbine Rebekuhs meeting vt
the I. O. O. F. Hall ut 8 p. m.
Circles of the First Baptist
Woman’s Missionary Union meet-
ing *s follows: (Jirele One In R»e
home of Mrs. Floyd Hilsman at
1101 Sixteenth street at 9:30 a. m.;
Circle Two In the home of Mrs.
Bert Ttauvcr at 2»0 Dewey Plape
at 9:30 a. m.; Circle Three in the
home of Mrs. T. J. Penn at 3 p. m.;
Circle Four in the First Baptist
educational building Si 0:30 a. m.;
Circle Five in the home of Mrs.
S. J. McGee at 704 Park avenue
at 9:30 a. m.; Circle Six meeting
in Uic home of Mrs. Homer Lil-
lisy at 246 Flaherty at 9:80 u. m.
Circk Seven meeting in tlic home
of Mrs. Raymond Selzer at 2 Sun-
set Circle A, at 7:30 p. m.
Wesleyan 'Service Guild of -the
First Methodist church meeting
in the borne of Sirs. Lovelace
Schrieber at 1311 Fifteenth street
at 7:30 p. m.
Circles of the First Methodist
Woman's Society for Christian
Service meeting as follows: Circle
One at the church at 3 p. m.; Cir-
cle Two in the home of Mrs. J. II.
David at 807 Cherry street at 3
p. m.; Circle Three in the home
of Mrs. O. G. Gammagc at 1105
Fourteenth street at 3:15 p. m.:
Circle Four in the home of Mrs.
J. D. Joiner at 509 Sixth Street at
3:30 p. m.; Circle Five in the As-
sembly Hall No. 1., at 10 a. in.;
Circle Six in tile home of Mrs.
H. Steinengcr at 92 Knox ut 2:30
Woman's Society for Christian
Service of St. Mark’s Methodist
church meeting- ut the church at
9:00 a. m.
Food demonstration class meet-
ing gt 311 East Dewey at 4:30 p.
Sewing school meeting at 311
East Dewey at 9:30 a.'m.
Sewing class meeting in Uio
Pine, Grove sewing room at 9:30
SATURDAY - t
Rummage Sale sponsored by
Circle Two of the First Presby-
terian church at garage at 211
Sixth strata opening at 9:00 a. m.
To Have Party
I counselor, will be held evt
SEWING-CLASS TO. MEET Wednesday morning at 8
AT ASSEMBLY HALL o'clock at Assembly Hall N.o
A sewing class under supervi- Avenue A and John street,
sion of Miss Viola Harben, home | eryone U Invited to attend.
Mrs. J. Howard SmiUi will be
hostpis to tnemliei'N of. the Fort-
nightly Club at a bridge party v»
Wednesday night at the home of j
Mrs. C. E. Phillips, 403 Second
streets. The games are to begin
at eight o'clock.
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at bridge on Wednesday evening
at her home, 2210 Sixteenth
street. The time of meeting is
Breakfast club meeting ut As-
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John street, at 9:30 a. m.
Rummage sale sponsored by
:le Two of the First Presbyter-
ian church iu the garage at 211
Sixth street at 9:30 a: m.
T. E, L, Sunday school class of
the First Baptist church meeting
at the home of Mrs.' W. E, Mc-
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 219, Ed. 1 Monday, September 16, 1946, newspaper, September 16, 1946; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557045/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.