The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 30, Ed. 1 Monday, February 4, 1957 Page: 2 of 4
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1957
THE ORANGE LEADER
THE LITTLE WOMAN
Cburt of Honor
Today We Greet
For Troop Four
ed to Chicago, but we can wish
her a happy birthday by1 long
distance. She will be celebrat-
ing along with:
Shirley Parkhurst f
H. M. “Bob’* Jones .
Mrs. M. L. Hatch
Aleta Strother '
6. H. Brown ,
MAURIOEVILLE (Spl) - The
Future Farmer* of America chap-
ter of Mauricevilie High School
were hosts Thursday evening to
the Future Homemakers Of Amer-
ica chapter at a wiener roast and
lawn party at the home of Mr.
and Mra. E. L. Shannon. .«
Party games and recorded music
provided entertainment and hot
dogs and cold drinks were served
after'the group roasted the wieners
over a camp fire.
Members and* their guests were
Ed shannon, Donald Bishop, Bob-
by Baggett, Buddy and Annette
Farles, Charles, James and Ruby
Courier, Marlin* Richardson, Olie
Hutto, Douglas Bean, Garland and
John Terry, Fred Dailey, Wayne
Sellers and John Paul Linsconib.
Gail Yerby,> €arol Peveto, Cathy
and Maty Wells, Virginia Watts,
Frances Phillips, Carol Rutledge,
Johnny Peveto, Leroy Cooper, Ed
Meyers, Keve Biacksher, Jerry
White, Pat and Carolyn Brown,
VIDOR (SpD-Juanic? Kirkland,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Kirkland, ,M0 West Railroad, re-
cently has been initiated Jpto
Kappa Phi Art Society at Lfcmar
Miss Kirkland, a sophomore,
works part-time for the Bell Tele-
phone Co. in Beaumont. Primarily
aq operator, Miss Kirkland also
makes posters which have been
used in/telephone offices over the
district. Her art work also has
been on display in the Beaumont
Art Museum.. Miss Kirkland's
posters have been used for various
Lamar art students, including
Miss Kirkland, are now working
on art from which outstanding ex-
amples will be selected to hang in
the new Beaumont Art Museum
to open in ApriL---
Miss Kirkland and other mem-
bers of Kappa Phi were honored
recently at a dinner in the Port
Arthur" Country Club.
Set for Today,
Troop 4, sponsored by St. John’s
Methodist Church, will hold, a
Court of Honor today it 7 p m. in
the church <r-r
The invocation will be by the
Rev Derwin Walker, pastor'. Carl
Smith will give the scout oath;
Buddy Hendricks, the scout motto;
Sandy Lewis, scout law and Jerry
Leech, scout slogan. * L
Awards will be made by Fred
Riley, scoutmaster, to Sand.y;
Lewis, first class scout; Bobby
l*ech, second class scout; Danny i
Bachelor, second class And Walter ft
Reeves, , second class. f
There will be a talk by Tommy
Huff, principal of the West Orange
elementary school, Walter Reeves
will give the'benediction. _
Refreshments will be served by
St_ John’s Methodist Men, _
BRIDGE CITY (Spl)-Thc First
Baptist junior GAs practiced their
GA Watchword, the Star Ideal and
Allegiance Wednesday night dur-
Texas Exes Plan
Annual Dance •
| Plans for the annual dance and
I chuck wagon supper were made
! Friday evening at a meeting of the
!executive board of the Texas Exes'
, of Orange in the home of Malcolm I
[■Vaughan, president. The dance will 1
be held March 2 in the Sunset
t Grove Country Club.
General chairmen of dance ar-
rangements are Vaughan and Mrs.
iHoward Williams, secretary. Dr.
E. M. Hood and Frances Brown
are co-chairmen of the tickets
sales and Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Ras-
imussen are door chairmen; Mrs.
*1 know you have to work hard to earn it, but think how
hard I have to work to spend itJ”
Smith, chapter advisor;
Photo by photography Shop Crocker and V. H. Hoover.
Jl i ■
*-r--j Lutheran Women Set Wicachick Group
Party for Children Learns Cookie At
' 4 BRIDGE CITY (Spl) - The BRIDGE CITY (Spl) -
jaCZT ' «.«*»>*.
’; ’■jre;toue meeting Thursday night in the.dan and made «»Jkies under the club rCom. Mrs. 0. Z. Sci
- home of Mrs. Jo£ Caldwell - - “ —
s oie opu* y* v*ce pt/esident, I
.et;me usa presided over the meeting In the |
**** , absence of the president, Mrs.
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>n New Jersey. " T"i
Plans are being carried out for dh The cookies were served as
a children’s valentine] OSrtv to; refreshments. ______. ______r______
’ .) Others attending were Judy human body to another.
i»hn»r Paoov T phman Chwinn
mg a meeting at the church. Mar-
garet Jeffcote, counselor, was in
charge of the study session
Elizabeth Cox, president, called
the meeting to order and Karen
Miller led in prayer. Glenda Miller
led in group singing of the GA:
hymn. The members also .prac-
ticed a pantomime to be presented t
to the church during the week of
March 5 through 9th .
Others present were Celeste Cox.
Bonita Owetis. Henry Etta •Crowell
and Nelda Stewart/
ETA CHI TO MEET
Mrs. Don Perry will be in charge
r of the program, ‘‘You and Your
.. ,_r., Th e Audience" today at a meeting of
ip Fires met Wed-Eta Chi chapter, of Beth Sigma
______ _____ aijborough,
supervision of Mrs. 0. C. .Tor- wavs and means chairman, will
J—i, assistant guardian who is make announcements on [the chili
also mother of the hostess. supper which the sorority will
-'Mrs. Jordan distributed boxes sponsor Feb. 19.
Cliff Hopoer whoris on vacation of candy tube sold for the bene- -h
‘ fit ofjhe County Camp Fire Coun- The lens of the eye la the only
tissue that is routinely (and suc-
cessfully transplanted from one
5.T3— Kartoon Karnlval
«:99— Dally Edition
S:1S—Dougla* Edward* K#*
•:15—Douglas Edvarda K«*>
1:00—Burns * Allan
* JO—December Bride
9:J0—Lite With Ellin be h
10:00— Pinal Edition
KPDM-TV M kaawel t>
be held on the evening of Feb. 15.} l_______
Refreshments of coffee, cocoa, Pepper, Peggy Lehman, Cherion
sandwiches and cookies wefe Scales, Celeste Cox, Jan Die. and
served to those mentioned tfnd Shelia Fontenot, scribe.
Mrs. G. B. Hutchinson, Mrs. W. H. ___
Bickford Mrh. James 0 Day. Mrs. A ?overnment survey shows that
tORMEItr ORANGE PASTRY SHOP
’ • Under New Management
Same le ration Same Phone Ne,
904 2nd St. TU 3-2821
IMS-Mmn About Sport*
KPLC-TV (Chaenal .1}
4 nn_cowboy Corral
5 OO-PUm Feature
9:00—WeSTBer At New*
« 13—Dou* Edwarda a Newt
S:30—Soldlrra ol Fortune
7:3d—Gulf States Theater
9:00—1 tote Luce
9:30—Godfrey* Talent Seoul*
10 00— Texas In r.rrun
Science Foundation estimates thafo.
1 the nation is now emplovlne about
250,000 scientists and 700,000 engi-
neers at the professional level.
! Nearly 70 per cent of this technical
i force is in industry, with the bal-
ance in education and government.
o-30—TV Reader's Dlgeat [J
f io-00—Bar Anthony ,
jiaa-tV (Cbaperl Hi
3:39—The Ed*e at Nigbf
4 00—Ur District A!*orn»e
4:30—Matinee With Jim Roa*
115—Eleven Video Lane
1:30—Free* Hem .■
' 5:45—Doug Edward* and
0:00—My tittle Mar*ta
1:00—Burns * Allen
0:00—I tow Luc*
i 9 00—Studio One
’ 10:00—Cltt Detective
! 10:30—Late Shaw
* fitO—xees ot tha Day
Announce New Way To
Shrink Painful Piles
Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both—
I Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids
astonishing statements like “Piles
have eeeud to be a problem!"
The secret it * new healing sub-
stance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery ot a
world-famous research institute.
This substance is now available In
eujtipeeitorp or emtmeat farm under
the name Praparation n.* At yow
N't" Ye*. X X. (Spe.l.ll - For the
first time science has found a new
heating substance With the astonish-
ing Ability to ibyink hemorrhoid*
and to relieve pain-without surgery.
In ease after case, while gently
relieving pain, actual reduction
Uhrinkage) took place.
Most amazing of all - results were
ao thorough that sufferers made
PARK at 10th STREET
WALL-LEANING IS CURBED
CARACAS—A brand-new nation-
wide law in Venexuela establishes
directions for pedestrian traffic in
both ur'oan and rural areas. Also,
pedestrians are forbidden to stand
in groups on crowded sidewalks
and to lean against buildings with
one foot resting against the " ’*t.
Vic-',* tors are subject to fines rang-
ing from the equivalent of $d *o
1150. the latter being for repeaters.
BOGT ‘Dial 1*9*'
J 09— N«»*
4 3it_jJcw* Pfis"'me*
I WAS A
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6 SO Mu-ic In tbe Morgan Maaaer
1:09—Richard a Rhythm Club
1:09—Club 19M , )
9:55—rive Minute New*
10*09—Passport to Moondreauu
»:05-Bar Hone Banc.:
woatp $ taaom rt« com*ot co.
St)le-conacioaa, modern-thinking Mra. U. S. A. of 1957 dreamt of high fashion
in clothes and the leisure to enjoy wearing them to social and other gatherings.
Practical as the is particular, the lady’s family tad household duties o/uou
come first. With her new home laundry, dreama come true and dutie*
ate few. The laundry-rated* GAS water heater and smart GAS clothes dryer
have tbe speed and efficiency to keep “her laundry work ever done”!
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* 45—Moruln* Dvrotinnal
1 15—Weather * Hews
I *0—Old Clockwatcher
s :09—Something f«w the Girl-
10:39—Jlntmy Pldler Show
• 10:45- Music For You
II J*—Hew* Headline*
11:39—Muate For You
1J 09—Hir.Mlly Hit Parade
13:19-All Bter Jubilee
1J-45—Phillip- M Jamboi e* /
1 :S0—Musical Hur» /
1 19-Muitcal V -e i
J 45—Mu«ic HaU
^ On AprtTTm the .franking
privilege was given to' Martha
Washington. She was the first
presidential widow to be allowed to
wid mail fret. This started a leg-
islative custom that still continues.
if Gas or your plumber dealer u ill assist you in
selecting a gas water heater that wiU provide
laundry rated hot tinier service.
Sweeping Reductions !
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Poper Filters for
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BUY ON EASY TERMS
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THIS SPECIAL GOOD ONLY ON
Tues., Wed., and Thurs
DURING JANUARY 8t FEBRUARY
NEW HOURS *
8 JLM. to 5 P .M.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 30, Ed. 1 Monday, February 4, 1957, newspaper, February 4, 1957; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557940/m1/2/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.