The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 11, 1947 Page: 3 of 6
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ORAlfGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,1947
sponsored dance at Assembly hall
8:30 p. m. Granger boys string
end with his mother Mrs. Lula
White of Orange.
Dies Will Speak To
L)DC On June 21
Baptist church will put on a spec*
ial program for the benefit of
Old Minister’s Alliance at 8:13 p.
m. at the church.
On Thursday . . .
Home demonstration sewing
groups at Riverside assembly hall
banquet room No. 3, at 1:30 p. m.
Mrs. F. M. pollen »hi Charge.
Craft classes for Blue Birds and
Camp Fire' Girls at Riverside as-
sembly hall from 9:00 to 11:30
Circle 1, First Presbyterian
church with Mrs. Dick Colburn,
3 Colburn ave. at 9 a. m.
Circle 2, First Presbyterian
church with Mrs. Audy Heslip,
1406 ParC ait 3:30 p. m.
Circle 3, First Presbyterian
church with Mrs. E. L. Reid, Sll
10th street at 9:30 a. m.
USO Navy Officer's Wives Club
luncheon party at USO at 12:30
The Loyal Women’s Bible class
of the First Christian church at
10 a. m. in the church.
The Little Cypress WMS at the
church at 2:30 p. m?
Circle 3, First Methodist church
with Mrs. E. D., Short at 1112
18th street at 3 p. m.
Circle 5. First Methodist church
will have a no hostess meeting in
the morning at 10 a. m. in the
Circle 3, North Orange Baptist
chufch with Mrs, Lamar Thomas
at 3,18 Morrell Bhd. at 7:30 p. m.
Movies at USO at 7:30 p, m.
“Taxi Mutter” with William Ben-
diX and Grace Bradley and Chap-
ter ten of “Don Winslow."
The Wesleyan Service Guild,
First Methodist church, with Mrs.
Ila Oliver 150 Sproston Courts at
7:30 p. m.
Regular Riverside association-
LOCAL BEAUTY WINNERS
INVITED TO INTER IN
LAKE CHARLES PARADE
GUEST IS HONORED
Mrs. H. L. Cohenour honored
her niece, Patricia Smith of Jas-
per, with a luncheon at her home,
611 Park, Saturday afternoon at
1 o'clock. Miss Smith Is to be mar-
ried June 15 in Jasper.
White' calls lillies were used
lor the table's centerpiece. A gift
marked the honoree’s place.
Guests at the luncheon were:
»Mrs. Donald M. Smith, Mrs. Bob-
by Dies, Patsy Walker, Norma
Jean Wood and the honoree, ell
of Jasper; and Mrs. Milton Carr,
Mrs. H. L. Cohenour, Jr. and the
hostess of Orange._
There'* Hope For Teen-Agers
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lee of
Tampa,'Fla. were visitors of Lee's
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Lee
of Orange. It was the brothers'
first visit in fifteen years.
People You Know
“Miss Orange’’ and “Junior
Miss Orange”, Bonnie Bland and
Bettye Blanchard, respectively,
have been invited to participate
in the fodeo parade to be held
by the Lake Charles Young Men's
Business club In connection with
rodeo ,events in McNeese arena
July 3 to 4. Neither girl had de-
cided definitely Tuesday as to her
The title winners have been
asked to join the parade of beaut-
ies who will ride on horseback
in the parade ih Lake Charles on
the morning of July 4. Contest-
ants for the rodeo queen contest
are to be named from Lake Charl-
es civic clubs and from 28 sur-
Martin Dies will be the princi-
•1 speaker on the program at the
fitted Daughters of the Confed-
racy's ceremony June 21 at 7:30
f the USO, Winnie C. Carter the
rganization’s recorder, announc-
1 today. The purpose of the
Adele Well will leave for the
New York markets in the interest
of her. shop on Saturday morn-
ing. She will be accompanied by
her daughter, Florette, of New
Orleans. They plan to be away
Mrs. S. M. Howell and children.
Jacqudin and Freddy, have re-
turned from a ten-day vacation
trip in Shreveport. They went by
Thelma Bundy has reentered
Marshall Baptist College for the
summer term. Miss Bundy spent
last week visiting in the home of
her aunt, Valarie Prelean, Gum
Edward Cox, a native of Or-
ange, who left here around 30
years ago, and is now an out-
standing business man of Bay-
town, accompanied by his wife,
and his mother, Mrs. Ed. F. CoS',
of Los Angeles, California, la
here on a brief visit to friends.
PHONE 4171 FOR
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RAISING AND LEVELING
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LEN’S HOUSE MOVING
13th and Mato_
Ben White a student of Texas
University has resumed his stud-
ies there after spending the week-
RUMMAGE SALE SET
The Nursery Mothers club of
the First Methodist church is
sponsoring a rummage sale on
Saturday at Park and Second. The
funds received will be used to
buy playground equipment and
fans for the nursery department.
Anyone wishing to contribute
things to the sale should call Mrs.
Tracy Cooper at 502.
STOP THAT RUST
Hava your ear steam cleaned and painted underneath.
I guarantee this job to last the full life of your car.
We use an asbestos base paint, the exclusive user of this
product in Orange. The only material which can carry
such a guarantee in this climate.
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A recent survey by a national magazine revealed that only f.'.’e per
•ent of the nation'* ’teen agera, between 13 and 19, have cedar hope
cheats. Fifty six per cent, however, want them and an even larger
jroup have already started aaving the linens, blankets, table silver
and other items for their future household. Romance, it would seem,
is always in fashion and tody's bobby soxers are “hep" to the
fragrance and protection of the modern version of Pandora's box.
SCHOOL TO CLOSE
Graduation exercises will be
held for the North Orange Bap-
tist church Friday evening at 7
o'clock. A demonstration of the
work' done in the different de-
partments will be a part of the
program and everyone is invited
During the two weeks the school
was in session over five hundred
boys and girls were enrolled in
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS
Mrs. Fred Williams and Mrs. A.
Holberg will be hostesses to the
Manila club at a weiner roast
Friday a roadside park on the
Beaumont highway. The memb-
ers are to meet at Navy Recrea-
tional hall, 6th and Knox, to ar-
range for transportation.
Last Friday evening the
club met at O’Neal’s fish camp on
the Sabine river for a fish fry.
Members attending were: Mes-
dames Charles Kuykendall, Paul
Moore, H. B. McLeod, Jack Flake,
W. E. Cooper, R. T. Curry, A. Hol-
berg, J. B. Outlaw, A. Stockholm,
and J. C. O’Neal and Sandra Kuy-
kendall, Paula Moore, Anita Kay
McLeod, Barbara Flake, and Peg-
St. Mary’s Altar society met
Thursday afternoon, at the home
of Mrs. Gilbert Breaux, 1714
Tenth street. The twenty memb-
ers present cut out and stamped
a quilt they are making this sum-
mer. It will be given away in a
raffle when it is completed. Home-
made ice cream and cookies were
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The Date Book
This Evening . . .
DeMolays at Masonic temple at
7:30 p. m. for a practice meeting.
Bruner Methodist church Wom-
en’s Society for .Christian Service
at the church.
Softball game at USO at 5:30
Program council at USO at 7:00
Dance at USO with Blue Sore-
naders pLayjng at 8:15 p. m.
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educational building at 7:30
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The program theme was “Be
Cooperative” and those taking
part on the program were: Elwood
Pearce, C. W. Huckaby, Richard
Glaze, and Ray Huckaby. The
Rev. R. E. Harrison brought the
Mr. and Mrs. Zan Crawford
were presented with love gifts.
A quartette consisting of Rich-
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 11, 1947, newspaper, June 11, 1947; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557108/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.