The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 15, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1950 Page: 3 of 6
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ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY II, 1M0
THE ORANGE LEADER
International Relations Are Discussed
Monday Evening at B(jPW Session
Members and guests of the
^Business and Professional Wom-
en's club were told Monday night
Arthur, Lake Charles and Beau- these cultural meetings.
All officers will attend the mont chapters. Tickets for the A report was given by the pres-
the next meeting in formal dress to dance are $3.60 a couple. ident, Jimmie Burk, on the gen-
act us hostesses for the first an- Pat Mathews, June Moblev and end assembly meeting at the state
niversary party of the auxiliary. Joyce Williams, pledges of Kappa convention which was held In
Xi chapter will be initiated on Corpus Christi.
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in The next regular meeting of
the home of Delores Ethingtpn. the F.ta Chi chapter will be held
Miss Ethingtion is to be in charge on Feb. 6 at 7 o’clock in the
of the arrangements. All mem- Gilmer Homes recreation hall,
bers of both chapters are invited
to attend these ceremonies
Ruth Shipp was a visitor dui-
stullation ceremonies of the evening She is a trans-
oodbine Rebekahs and the Odd- fcree fr<>m Greenville.
Hows. A Joint meeting of the social
The installation Is to be held and ways and means committees
Friday evening in the Odd- will be held on Tuesday, Jan 24
fellows hall. in Ibe home of Eloisc Penning-
circle of Gate City Grove #42, hall
made final plans for the installa-
tion of officers to held at
regular meeting on Monday after
noon. Jan. 23.
Committees were appointed for The meeting is to be on Feb. 6.
the arrangements by the presi-
dent. Mrs. H. Williams. REBEKAHS
Devolution comm l tie, Mes-
dartles Bob Denman, Laura Sau-
Needlecraft club in home of der* and W. Webb,
the Mrs. L. A. Riley. 7:30 p. m. Table and serving committee,
Ruffle Shuffle bridge club in Mesdumes S. Roy, Pete Radar, F
home of Mrs. C. P. Sutton, 7:30 Baskin. H. L. Bvrd, John Bas-
kin and Sidney Gibbs.
Coffee committee is Mesdumcs
Will Fountain and L. Schrlcber.
enter- Flower committee, Mesdames
members of the Let's B. Williams and A Casterline. 0,1
Mrs. John Norwood
on Monday evening. Guests at- the travel prize presented by Mrs
Mrs. Sublett gave the invoca- tending were Mrs. Travis Jarvis George Hilliard. Mrs.
tion, Mrs. C. M. Covington gave and Mrs. Paul Hymes. Gibbs received the prize
the welcome. Response was given Mrs. Charles Taylor won high sented by Mrs. Denman,
by Mrs. R. L .Pieztsch of Beau- score, Mrs. Goodrich, second and Names of secret pals wi
mont. Mrs. Covington introduced Mrs. Jarvis, bingo. revealed at the next meet!
three new members. Jody Casey. Sandwiches, cookies and coffee Mrs. Will Fountain wi
Camp Fire executive director; were served. charge of the refreshmen
Mrs. Miriam Graham, program Mrs. H. Barnett will be hostess the afternoon,
director for KOGT; and Verlie to the club In her home. 2228 Mrs. Denman, degree tear
McMillin, secretary to the county Norwood Dr., on Monday, Jan. tain, requests all team m<
ty school superintendent. 23 at 7:30 o’clock. to be present at the WOW
- Guests present, not already 11 o’clock on Monday for i
listed, were Frank Ball, Walter MONDAY BRIDGE CLUB practice preceding the ci
and Lex Pinson and Mesdames Mrs. E. I. Hardy was hostess in dish luncheon.
Joseph Cabanillas, Raymond Free, her home on Monday to members Mrs A. Castcrlinc closei
Bess Canter, D. C. Littlejohn and of the Monday bridge club. meeting with the benedicti
Ethel Sandlin and Aileen Peveto. Mrs. Josephine Sims won high
During a brief business session score. EAGLES Al'X.
the club voted to contribute $5 A dessert course was served Mrs. L. McKinley, pre
to the Lions club March of Dimes during the evening was incharge of the regular meet- Mrs. H L.
drive and $25 to the Orange The next meeting will be held ing of the Eagles auxiliary in the Mrs J Giscli
al Relations committee headed by Cm
Mrs. Walter Pinson, chairman, p. m.
Assisting her were Ruth Block, Vic
Geneva Jenkins and Mesdames home
Alton Turner, Cornelia Stephens P- m.
Oswald Aucoin and A. C. Sliblett.
Mrs. C. H. French greeted
guests at the door.
Mrs. J. Cullen Browning, pres-
ident, acted as mistress of cere- p. m.
monies. Mrs. Turner introduced
Free and Miss Scott introduced LET'S TRUMP IT
Miss Wills and also led the group Mrs. Leona Goodrich
in singing “The Star Spangled tained
Banner,” and “God Save the Trump It bridge club in her home
,that world relations will be
shaped greatly by individual ef-
forts of citizens of all countries.
* Speaker/* were Raymond J.
Free, UN delegate from Orange
and curriculum director of the
Orange public schools, and Mil-
dred Wills of Beaumont, ex-
change teacher from London.
Miss Wills commended Norma
Scott for her efforts in establish-
ing the "Each-One-Adopt-One”
• plan in Texas. It was pointed out
that this plan, begun on Miss
Scott's return from England as
Texas' first exchange teacher, has
resulted so far in more than
1,000 teachers in this state cor-
• responding with as many teach-
ers in England.
“It is such expression of good
will,” the speaker said, “that will
J bring nations more closely to-
J gether.” She outlined contrast of
I manners, speech and methods be-
tween her country and America.
• but said, “it does not matter,” so
long as the ultimate aim is De-
mocracy and world peace.
Free emphasized the need for
* a better informed people as to
the personal needs, aspirations
and customs of people of other
nations, as to the plans and func-
tions of UNESCO and as to world
DR. H. H.
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Members of the Orange team lon- 1',ans *ie lo oe made lor a
Sidney are Mrs. L. Rogers, deputy pres- l*“ncc *° Riven in the near
pre. ident; Mrs. L. McKinley, deputy fut,,re-
vice president; Mrs. Alvin Kcown, Jan. 28 has been set as the
be deputy marshal: Mrs. Will Foun- date for the pie and cake sale lo
.. tain, deputy chaplain: Mrs. Clyde be held at the Cash Drug Co. at
Mrs. Third and Front Sts.
ed that the book,
eliness" will be
e next meeting.
"Oratory" Is to be the theme of
in Winn, deputy secretary
for Henry Payne, deputy treasurer Estelle
and Mrs. N. C. Mitchell deputy man, ann<
ap- inside guard. "Paths to
>ers Officers of the Rebekahs to be started a
1 at installed are: Mrs. Molly Nor-
cial wood, noble grand; Mrs. Claude
red Fuller, vice grand: Mrs. Rosalie
Dugas, right support to Jhe noble
the grand: Mrs. H. L. Byrd, left sup-
port to the noble grand; Mrs. A.
Keown, right support to the
vice grand; Mrs. E. E. Dailey,
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back porch. Wall to wall carpeting of the most ex-
pensive type on living room and hall, —Venetians
throughout. All rooms ore exceptionally large and
extremely well arranged for luxurious living. Thi*
Home was built of the finest materials and with
workmanship of the highest order. It is located on
one of the highest lots in Orange—Large lot beau*
tifilly landscaped. Can be bought for leu than
cost of construction.
foreign countries would be sup- COUDRE CLUB bers of the degree team
plied for those wishing to obtain Officers for the new year were L McKinley, president
“International Relations Pen elected at the regular session of Keown, junior past
Pals." The Pilot club training th* Coudre club on Thursday. Mrs G. Miniok, vice
course in preparation for a Can- Those eleveled were Mrs. James Mrs. Steve Harrison,
cer Information center at Orange force, president; Mrs. Lop is and Mr*. Cecil Smith,
and a number of members and Smaihall, secretary and Mrs. The drill team entrrti
guests have Indicated they will Harold Sanders, reporter. a drill Memlwrs are
attend the clinic. These officers will be installed Loucille Bourque, Burl
in ceremonies at the annual Ona Dunlap. Grover WI
luncheon to be held at the Way- Wesson. R V Gann a
side Inn today. Tubbs.
The meeting was held in the A report wa, K|ven on
home of Mrs. Smaihall with Mrs. auxiliaries in Texas
Sanders as co-hostess. Tubbs It was annuun
Refreshment* were served to arr now sjx auxiliary
Mesdames Force. Ray Winfrey. xta(-
Millsaps D. Meek
PICKUP A DELIVERY Scrvtse
1104 Cypress—Phone 4171
Circles of the Cove Baptist
church as follows: Bessie Hudson
and Sarah Dove will meet to-
gether in home of Mrs. D. H.
Askew at 9:30 a. m. Ella Sorrels
and Florence Smith will meet In
the church at 1:30 p. m A royal
service program will be present-
ed in both meetings.
Choir rehearsal. North Orange
Baptist church, 7:30 p. m.
For Further Information Write:
Box 20 core The Orange Leader.
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In her home on Friday. Jan. 13.
Mrs. A. F. Burns gave the open-
ing prayer. Mry. McCorquodale
gave the devotional.
Refreshments were served by
Mesdames A. E. Wilson, -J. P.
Bowler and D. A. Gunn.
Those In attendance were Mes-
dames Ben Smith, J. R Parish.
J. T. Hammers, A. J. Kulhanek,
J. J. PutrelL H. J. Nelson, Nanny
Payne, A. P. Bums, Ethel Ber-
wick, J. P. Bowler. Wilson. Gunn.
Q. A. Wilson. W. B. Terry, Mc-
Corquodale. Leona Goodrich.
Mamie Goodman and Lucie
Heard Mrs. J. B. Arnold of Ber-
ment. III. was a guest.
Mrs. W. E. McCorquodald en-
tertained members of the TEL
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 15, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1950, newspaper, January 18, 1950; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557992/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.