The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 15, 1940 Page: 3 of 4
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By Shepard Barclay
Iuupmi: Circle Olio WitlW Mwx A. J
M*K*nil«, CW* Two ,«tt* Mr*. f.
B. Cahter. Clrqie Those wflto MM,
p. K. parte*, pirclc Four wUfe MteS
Mamie , Wright! Oifto Five Nit*
Urn. Ko«M|4l T.lhscomb, <>eto MU
with Mrs. WlTu|»etli >*•««*.
Woman's Mlxniuimr; duelo* at
the Flint 3(uthoi|l«t Chusch mssttog
at the ehnrrh »t h
(ZL pi the First Methodbit.
Church north!|t at the hpinc ot.
Joint Ana*1' at 3:20 p. m.
W’m«n'» Mlaalonary Society of
the North Oranae Baptist Chi/rsls
masting U the church; «t A p| m.
Woman * MissionarySociety o<
the MpihxwM Memorial Baptto*
Church movttog «*- th* church at
*%**££%»** iMtm ft m
Kir at Muthodist Clnwch pt 7:15 l> . >**,
Woodblu* ItehokuH* mtetfeK. tor
benefit party *4. th* O. 0. ft
Wall •» t:9» «, MB * ’ ’ *>
Women s JBectooary Union of the
West Urania Baptist 'T'her< h. me*F
tax as -toUtHtm: . Circle, torn with
Bn J. D. Joiner entertained
lambent of toe Merit! etub at ' a
bridge-1 unebeun ytalentoy #ft*r*uw»
at her home. MW sixth Street.
Sweet peas, nasturtium* anil other
spring flowers In mixed iMUiueU
were used In dceorailBf the home.
The two-eour** luncheon, which was
served at one o’otoch, v.us followed
by brides names, lin. Louis Satai-
hall, Jr., was the winner of Our
high soars prize and Mm. Umoo
Cox was awarded- the cut prlxe.
Members and guests aitesdtos
were M—Hemes La uses Con Louis
SmathtU, Jr., . Thurston Ortl/la,
James B. Quigley. R. - C. Tarry,
Scottie Jackson, Doug Peterson, Q.
If you are % smoker, whether
roan or woman, don't amok* whan
tba amoks win blow directly into
another person'* face, especially
Indoors. It la vary discourteous
so to da .
1. Schuylkill river.
S. Denmark received that part
of North Schleswig which was
predominantly Danish in popula-
3. ...1* aura to ee»« too lit*'
Sndaauor to ha always patiant
of tha faulU and imperfections
of others; tor thou hast many
faylta and lmpartaettana of thine
owu Ifent require fortwarane* If
home at Mrs. J. IV. K.tgai at 2:10
p. m. ,
Dinner forty tempting Bonnie
I.ynn uuldpy at tf*e boose of Mrs.
F, H. Williams aa Tdto a m.
West Urusife> Hutmt Dmaonstnitton
Club toe home of Mr*.
Hots Koeeman at |:*d p. m.
. Junlor-BetUur bamtpst at Sunset
Gvwe CWMIUV Club at * p. m.
WOMAN’S BIBLE CLASS
TO MEET WITH MU6. COYLE
The »V o’naira Bible Class of tint
First Treshyterian Churph' Id 11
meet tomorrow afternoon at S:3i)
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Toip
ffoyle, 104 Pine Street. Mr*. J. W.
Edgar will have charge of the les-
son and Mrs. It. P. Thrpln will
give the devotional.
Party At Pearce
Home Is Enjoyed
On Tuesday Night
South West North
Westfield watches for boys and
girls, nature! color yellow geld. Girl's
watch, beautiful round chaps, priced
$10.IS; Boy’s, $*.93. JOB LUCAS,
lira. Wynne' Beared and ■■ Mrs.
Traytor dell* warn ou-boatscsss
a bcWp party last night at the
horns of Ms*. Fears*, 112 Cypres*
Spring flowers of ml*«d odors
wars CWrsasad about the home.
Might tables of players enjoyed the
card gams* to which high nnme
Prises were won by D. A Prater
and Mrs. Tom CujOs. Befrsslunpnts
on tmtys osnlsnsd with flowers were
served adur the game
The guest lint lnstuded Mr. end
Mrs. ». A. Prutsr. Mr. aad Mrs.
J. . B. Al*M»dnr. Mr. and Mns. 1L
tt. Mootor, Mr. and Mss. R. P.
Turpin. Mr. end Mrs. Ctol Coale.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anger. Mr. and
Mr* M. L Tbonson, Mr. and Mrs
D» *. Ruooh. Mr. sad Mrs A How-
ard MmJth. Mr. end Mrs « F.
Brown. Mins Jobs tome. Mas *uhn
Hart. Mrs. J. » Neff. Mrs. H-
C. TriosWs, te. Men. Atosrt AJsnan-
(Dealer: South. Saat-Weat riOt
What la the aouitfeat UMtof
of thU deatt
•tuna dradhaia las
Only A Few Days Left
ws, Mias Baton Carr.
Snort. Charles Booker.
Mrs- To* Coyle. Mr.
body except a BWteow^ , ^
Sent* in a CWW •*<
it* own temperate**. Thl« did not
teem vary roasonable—them being
do real thermodynamic mechanism
in the stomach to change the tem-
paraiuK of its content* any taster
than if thiy were outside the body
—and the researches of Dr* Hep-
hum, Kbwrhardt and their associ-
ates pat the matter on a much more
Mbs Hautinger To
Receiving Honor Awards
At Twilight Tea
On Friday. May 21 Mr*. IL B.
Hausinger and Mis* Miftmwy M*u-
sipgai- will be hosts!sees at their
home. 702 Fourth Street, for a twi-
light tea honoring Miss Mildred
Haualnger, a member of the high
aahool graduating class.
Mrs. R. H. Vos# and Mr*. J.
H. David wl)l preside at the punch
About 1U) guests will be Invited
period in Uftt
Ho. A really eoks-bltod i
i* color-blind from birth h
bseonm habituated' la M$
world long bifor* there fa aa
•Ibllity of trataia* hhu.
According to Duko Bldart
book of Bye y*ia«m, "A aei
whom color vhrion la latlilh
go through Un quit* toNMf
of hi* inferiority and vrMtpu
ing any. Ineriminatln# atf
differentiating object* by th*
nhopc and luniinoaity, using
time a complete eolor root
based on hia oasartantt.
tiimhiB Mm that solos to®
Dr. Clendenlng will aiwwer
question* of general Interest
only, and then only throagb
Gifts like these last forever, and their,
quality is a part of them. A Bulova nat-
ionally known timepiece—a stunning;
class or diamond ring: yon can’t give
In water or In cream causes a
marked lowering of stomach tem-
perature. Th* recovery time to
iver half an boar. les water with
a meal delays th* emptying time
If tha stomach fro® u to 30 min-
ute*. when a cold btvwMi teak*
ring for the gra-
ment — $18.00
Wrist cutyed watch for
young- uien; the famous
Bulova in natural color
gold ---------;....... $2*.7S
:,W painty Bulovn w»tefi for
'*■ the girl graduate.' ia «at-
Atoil nnd rftisdd - ■». £ >“"» ;
gold numerals Sport style Westfield
on onyx $7 up watch with pigskin strap
for him. Fully Jeweled
and guaranteed - $•.•#
emptying rate of the sttonaih and
who partak* copiously ofi cold be*-
Sirt co(T*o raise* the. stomach
But hot watir bag* or electric
pad* on the outside «the abdomen,
even if left on aa hoar, do not raise
th* temperature of th* inridamf tha
stomach or intestine* at aJL, j-
was followed by a social hour, Light
refreshments were served.
i.......Members attending were Mesdames
W. B. Blount. Dan RobechaUd.
Frances Harris. W. N. Anderson.
M. M. Ormy. A. J. Hchnlted, U H.
Adams. Joiner Moncla, O'Bannion.
Ost Davidson, B. C. Boyston, Mrs.
WIH Irion, nnd Mtos Mary Ellen
O’Bannion. Miss Nettle Mae Boll
was a visitor.
The next meeting wWI be held at
the home of Mrs. M. M. Gray at
III Fifth Street.
Stunning W set field mat-
ch with modern deafen
ease. For girl gradual*,
-pedal at ......—,. flO.7*
Emergency Treatment ^ii
of a Broken Nose ' * }
[ Wkot to tho omtrgonoy (rwi-
| m*| «/ broken uooot
The lint thought la com ot a
aevaro jolt oa tha nose to for hem-
orrhage. Bleeding from the nose
after such on iajurrawy be aMtoa*
or even fatal.
Tba nose must be plugged up,
preferably with sterile settaaptuca;
If art. with MF kind of cotton plug*
or toft linsn. Them plug* do no
harm. In fact, they do good haeauM
and yellow gold
class ring with
THAT TIRED SPRING FEELING
WUmKO US$ A A
MEETS ON TUESDAY.
Members of th*"’ MlWred Le* J«
nlor O. A. of the
Baptist Church met TnsNsy after-
noon at 4 o'clock at th* bom of
Jensen* ftoruntlne oa Link Btr**L
Ms He Btrotbsr. prsstdsat bail
charge of the business session which
was followed by the program from
-Forward Steps” by Mrs. Chories
Cato and Mis# AIKe Paarl Burro*
Light refreshments were served to
the seven members sad three via-
Tbs sent meeting will be held on
ond in real onyx
white gold $1*
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 15, 1940, newspaper, May 15, 1940; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557486/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.