The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
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of Society, Club and Church Activities
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR OF
JUNIOR GUILD TO BE SATURDAY
The public is Invited to the an-
nuel Christmas bazaar to be
ipwsoTedTy the 5unW Guild of procce<ls ,fro™ the bazaar will
St. Paul’s Episcopal church Yin
* Saturday, November 16, from nine
o’clock in the morning to four
o’clock in the afternoon at the
Woman!* Club building.
. An array of hand made articles
suitable for Christmas gifts will
with names on them, jeweled head
bands and linens. A pastry table
and a “white elephant” table will
also be attractions <5f the sale.
Those attending are urged to
take their children with them as
a fish pond and grab bag will be
available. Various novelties will
also be sold.
be applied to the altar fund for
the new Episcopal church, it was
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Fidel is Class
teSwiHiTff Meet Tuesday
dolls, Christmas stockings . *
A business meeting wTJl be held
by the Fideiis Sunday school class
of the rFirst Baptist church on
Tuesday, November 19, at noonvin
tjie horde of Mrs. R. R. Eddleman,
1103 Eighteenth street.
Covered dish luncheon will be
enjoyed at that time.
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Clifts for If cur
Nationally - famous silver-
plate at list prices, whether
you pay cash or budget. Ser-
vice fur 6. $29 7S
Hold Business, i 8|
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' A business and social meeting
was held by the Alathean Sunday
school class of the First Baptist
church on Tuesday evening in the
educational^ building of the
Mrs. B. A. Carroll opened the
meeting with the devotional’ op
“Freedom from Worry”. Mrs. S.
J. McGee presided over the busi-
ness discussion. Plans were made
for a Christmas party id be held
at the home of Mrs. AfMrew Mc-
Kinny, 612 Park avenue, on” De-
cember 10th. Gifts will be ex-
changed by the members at that
tim$. Reports of officers were
given during the business session.
Mrs. V. O. Prince was hostess
for the social hour and served a
refreshment course. Chrysanthe-
mums were used for decoration.
Attending Were Mesdames For-
| rest Clough. R. M. Payne, V. 0.
! Prince, James Sigler. R. D. Wil-
liamson, Andrew McKinny, B. A.
Carroll, George Cook, S. J. Mc-
Gee, and two visitors, Mrs. Meade
Graves and Miss Barbara Sigler.r
Dos Mesas Club
Has Bridge Party
' Mrs. Venn Howard entertained
members of the Dos Mesas club
at bridge on Wednesday evening
in her home,'4 Sunset Circle B.
The home was attractively dec-1
orated with chrysanthemums and
calendulas. High score prize went
to Mrs. Fred Griiflrr~tf,d the a-
ward for second high was won by
Mrs. Joe Zucca. A salad course'
was served. - . ■ ,
The only guest bcsidbjpUrif club
members was Mrs. I.. B. Wade.—/
The next meeting will bo held —i—I , . ., ""
on the evening of November 27th I tiankSOIVIHG
at a place to be announced, — - ”
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Mrs. Bingham’s Uong Illness.
We do all kinds of beauty
work . . . come in and see
us . . . your patronage ap-
The regular monthly-meeting of
the Grant ‘Manley sehhol Parent-
Teacher association was held on
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock
at the school with Mrs. Hill, as-
To Meet For Talk
By Dr. Hawkins
' Demand Mrs. N. ,R. Hawkins of
the Presbyterian home for or-
phans at Itasca, will be guests of
the Friendship Bible class of the
Firsts Presbyterian church at a
covered $ish \ supper this
evening at 6:45 o’clock in the
class room at the church, iL wna
annotlfced today. Dr. Hawkins is-
me 'speaker for the occasiori,
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to be, i
By Art Department
The Art department of the Wo-
man’s Club win meet on Wednes-
day afternoon, November 20, at
three o’clock at the dub house
with Mrs. S. J. McGee; presiding.
Mrs. A. C, Roberts, Jr., is to
i speak on “The Significance of
sociation president, in charge.
A short, interesting program j Thanksgiving”, and Mrs. Kenneth
was presented by i*hildron of the Markhapfl* to read a Thanksgiv-
fifth and sixth grades. Minutes j *ng poem which will be followed
were read and approved and the by: a hymn led by Mrs. Mifrkham.
treasurer’s report was given. Dur- hostesses will be Mrs. John ft.
ingvthe business session the exec- Holland. Mrs. Mendg Graves and
utive board recommended that | Mrs. W. B. Terry,
the P-T. A. sponsor a Blue Bird
-I organization and a group of the
Camp Fire girls. The board also
"...here's Coffee with
[Camp Fi re Groups
Have Fun Fes^ ‘
thet At Park Soturday '
Camp Fire Girls and Blue Birds,
the junior organization of Camp
Fire Girls, of Grange, will enjoy
a city w ide fun fest on Saturday,
November . 16, when all Blue
Weds, Camp Fire Girls, and guests
will meet at 10:00 A. M. in front !
of the iild Court house. Togeth-
er they will march through town I
and on over to the park opposite!
Iho USD Cypress street, where !
a picnic will be held,
Games and contests are planned
for the day. j
for one member to attend
state P-T. A. convention.
Mrs, Theta Peveto's room won
the prize of gold fish for having
the largest number of mothers in
Miss Dorothy M. Preuss, Camp
Fire executive see feta ry, gave a
short talk on the work and im-
portance of Camp Fire.
Doughnuts and ten were served
during the social hour.
Mrs. O. C. GuHliot
Hostess To Club
Mrs. Q. C. Guilliot was hostess
to members of the Keel Klub at1
a social on Wednesday afternoon
at two o'clock in the turquoise
room of Assembly Hall No. 1.
Book Review Is
Expected To Draw
A large, attendance is expected
at the meeting of the Breakfast
j club which is, to be held at As-
sentbly Hall No. 1, Avenue A and
^iiriuge umd rummy John street on Friday morning at
wera enjoyed with Mrs. Ned Oil-19^0 o'clock when Mys. Henry
ver wlnn rtg the bridge prize and j corp will give a review of “This
Mrs. Walter Nasman winning at sw, o( tmtoetmqe’*: a novul ,
“ ' Taylor Caldwell
Everyone is incited to attend
Games of, bridge
meetings of the Breakfast club
which are held every * Friday
Fall flowers were used to dec-
orate the room. A salad course
was seized alter the games.
Members attending were Mes- morl,i"8 Assembly Hail
dame* Francis Fisher, R. L. Mar- I ^■ ~T~—
tin, Alphin Mendoza, Walter Nas- tNORTH OltANGK BAPTIST
man,«Ned Oliver. Dan Rach, J. R. j ClftCLE FIVE MEETS
Riser, Irwin Rach, J. Hf. Shelton, j Circle Five of Ihe North’ Or- i
Harry Smith, Howard Thompson, ; ange Baptist Woman’s Missionary j i
Will Tulios, Jr., J. T. Westinore- ■ Union met on Tuesday evening at
land, E. T. ifnrris and the hostess. • eight o’clock at the home of Mrs.
On Thursday, November 21, at 1 Vernon Frames with six members]
the members of the Keel t end one visitor attending.
Mrs. T. D/SeHs
Mrs, T- D., Sells entettatal
members of the Wednesday cl*|
at the weekly bridge party.
Wednesday* afternoon at ttl
o'clock at her home, 60S Six']
street. ' ’
Mrs. W. B. Hightower woh td
high score prize in the game* hel
by two tables of players. A de|
insert gpttrse. was served. * Z!-
Another meeting .of the cUl
will he held on Wednesday of neij
week at, a place to be an
Klub will be entertained at a
Thanksgiving luncheon in the tur-
quoise room of Assembly Hall No.
1, with Mrs.,-Francis Fisher and
Mrs. J. T. Westmoreland as hos-
' Mrs Wayne Cypert led the !
ZTSSSTJA *5? f
lesson. Minutes were react’ by
the secretary, Mrs. (his Granger. ,f so, her* u hovr you'-----*
It was agreectthat the circle would | JobTfit"houw'biT?"r
BALKS DUE TO,
GAS AND BL0A1
Help Get Food Digested to
Relieve Yourself ofThlf
IRIS LODGE 286 TO
MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
Regular meeting of Iris Lodge
286, ,1 .0, O, F., will be held on
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the I. O. O, F. Halt for the pur-
pose of conferring second degree street.
on Messrs. Marshall, Kelly and ]------
McDonald. All members are urg- j
ed to be present, it was announced ]
by Captain L. ,1, Hogg of the de- !
make a dozed choir robes for the I hmi of its food.
Evsmune food raters the *tom*eh al
junior choir. The meeting closed j
with prayer by Mrs. Louis Fife !
after. .which refreshments were j
served. - , . j
Next Tuesday evening at eight i
o’clock the circle Will meet in ihe !
condition, lot* of *pp«ttto. undstiNM
rr tloM >lMp, wruStiMs.
To set ro*l nm SK«« to
home of Mrs. Bolton, 1108 Pine ! 2?rSSwilSH!'MKffi!.
| torv t«<u on Ixmwu si
________r pooltiv* proof shown q _
■ musingly effective In tnrresstn
Buy New Books,
A discussion of the ways to
spend money received in a recent
benefit carnival wits held
by the Parent - Teacher Associa-
tion of Colburn school on Tues-
day afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at
the school. It was decided that
the fund would be useddAo buy
new books for the class room li-
Mrs. G. E. Cook and Mrs. Jack !
Flake, association president, were j
elected tpjfgpresent the P-T. A.. }
ns delegates io the state P-T. A. j
convention in Amarillo..
Mrs. Gaston's room won the !
prize in the room count, it was !
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NORTH ORANGE BAPTIST
CIRCLE ONE TO MEET
Circle One of the North
angc Baptist Woman’s Missionary
Union met«Tuesday mm—.mg al
nine o’clock at the church with |
seven members attending.
Mrs. Cora Williams led the j
] opening prayer and Mrs. Troy
j Slater had charge ot the rievo-
j/^tjonal fronv the seventh chapter of j
> James. Mrs. Oliver Senmtine. j
’ conducted the business session
and' Mrs. E, W. Houston gave the [
community missions report. Mrs.)
L. M, Wngley had vharge of the
Bible study after which the meet-
ing closed with prayer by Mrs.]
Troy Slater. / 1—
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1946, newspaper, November 14, 1946; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558030/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.