The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 92, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1955 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ORANGE LEADER
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MONDAY, APRIL 18, 19SS
Securing Better Motion Pictures Goal
Of Literature Unit of Woman’s Club
Today We Greet
1 Byron, the English poet,
April 19, 1824, The
presided tt * meeting of the Lit'
erature Department of the Wom-
an'* Club on Friday. As chairman
of t committee for better motion
picture* on the diatrict board of
the Woman’* Club, the presented
a questionnaire to be used by
membii of the department in
evaluatinx movie* shown in (he
> OB the questionnaire the Irem-
Jcho HD Members
"'Hear Defense Talk
*■ ECHO (Spl)-
-The Echo Home
Club met in the
home of Mrs. Travis C. Hudson
Friday for the leader’s meeting.
Plans were made for rally day
Which is May 5th. It Was agreed
' that each family attending would
meet at the old First National
Bank building with a covered
„ dish. __________________ _
Mr*. Luther Heard also reports a picnic on the farm of Mrs. Arl
ben were asked to vote on the
movie Which b**t emphasized
spiritual values, the one vritkb
best demonstrates youth conser-
vation and the film which best
depict* individual responsibility.
The vote of the women in the
local club will be sent to the state
chairman of better motion pic-
tures and 'rom there to the na-
tional chairman. Final goal of this
work of the Woman’s Club is to
bring about the production of
more wholesome motion pictures.
Program for the day was pre-
sented by Mrs. J, T. Arledge who
discussed “Poetry in the Bible.”
and Mrs. Lance Wingate who
spoke on “Modern Poetry.”
In other business proceedings
the department heard a report by
Mrs. Sutton on the Woman’s Club
district meeting in Bryan and the
announcement of the state con-
vention to be held in Galveston
on May 2. 3 and 4.
May 13 was set as the date for
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only Oranfeite having * birth-
day an that date and known
to this department is Stephen
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Trenton Conservatory of Music Head
To Hold Auditions for Music Students
Private auditions will -be held
Tuesday and Wednesday fOr piano
West Orange PTA
Will Type Blood
Of School Students
, ... .
students of Mrs. K. U. Schlegel,.
Geraldine Faulk and Mrs. Clay-
ton Smith. William O’Toole head of
the Trenton Conservatory of
Music, will be in Orange on both
daya to act as adjudicator and to
Offer constructive criticism to the
young musicians. 1
i Further plans for blood typing
Of students at the beginning of
the school term next year were
announced at the West Orange
PTA meeting held Thursday,
Mothers of students in West Or-
ange School were asked to volun-
teer in the near future to take
care of the records involved in the
The auditidtu will be hold in th*
studio of Mr*. Smith, who in an-
nouncing the two-day event said:
“It furnishes a goal for piano
students and teacher*, giving them
s standard of excellence for which
to strive and encourages them to
build a repertoire and to work on
that several members Will go to
Vidor Wednesday. April 20, to
take instructions on making alu-
A, L. Chances from the Orange
fire department gave a talk on j
fire fighting and civil defense. !
.Refreshment* were served to
Chance, Mrs. Heard, Mrs. T. C.;
Hudson, Mrs. A. C. Barber, Mrs. j
Charles Trahan. Mrs. C. J. San-j
ders and Mrs. B. A. Sanders and,
three guests, Mrs. Robert Stark,
Mrs. Lula Coward and Mrs. Wyn-
Hostesses for the luncheon held
at the close of the meeting were
Mrs. Robert Van Kirk, Mrs. Rus-
sell Fleig and Mrs. Sutton:
By Colburn PTA
An advanced course in firrt aid
was scheduled to be taught in
Carl Godwin Auditorium with
Boyd Watkins as instructor. All
persons who have passed the
initial Red Cross course in first
aid are invited to join the ad-
vance class which is being formed.
The class meets on Monday and
Friday evenings -*
Margaret Nance presented a
film a* part of the program and
further entertainmtnt was fur-
nished by the students of Mrs.
James Oates, Mrs. R. D. Harper,
Mrs. Hal Decker and Mrs. Effie
! Penn. , ■ \
Students performing the re-
quired work will be given a cer-
tificate and if higji enough rating
is received they may participate
in a recording contest to be held
In the fall, t
The same type of piano-playing
event will be held in 403 music
centers of the country and all stu-
dents registering will be candi-
dates for membership in the Na-
tional Fraternity of Student Mu-
sicians which it sponsored by the
Nations! Guild of Piano Players.
BRIDGE CITY <8pl) — Tht
Brownie Girl Scout Troop prac-
ticed a play Thursday afternoon
during a meeting held at St.
Henry's parish hall. Tht pity will
be presented May 8 at the Mothers
Cheryl Culp, president, was in
charge. Mrs. Clarence Wells, lead-
er, reminded the members of
the annual church bazaar which
will be held May 19, and Oirl
Scout communion Sunday. This
Sunday all the Brownies and
Scouts are to receive communion
in a group. >•
NBO—1411—Laki CilStlcs OtC
COOT IMS! I*M>
4:tt—Bsr Hons Risen
5:46—Ita port From Rimes
• DO—Sport j Review
«: It—Record Review
0 46-Star Time
10:06—Pasaport to Moon Drosai
lO.ss—Bisht Watch Bhow
Games were played and refresh-
ments served by Judy Bourque
and Gloria Garza to those men-
tioned and Mrs. Alvin Griffith,
Suzanne Bourgeois, Joyce Bfesux,
Judy Bourque, Blind* Daigle, Inez
Dozier, Jtldy Lawler. Suzette Pate,
Pamela Stelley, Kathleen Wells,
Edna Marie Griffith, Denise
Loupe and Phyllis Provost, scribe.
6 30—Songs of Faith ,
7: JO—Old Ctodtwsteher
0:0#—Gusoi Wbo, outu What
0 30—Prsokle Lons snd Jo Blatter*
0i46—What’e New ,
10:00—Betty Orsble-Hsrry James Show
DAVIDS VISIT DAUGHTER
Mr. arid Mrs. J. H. David left
Friday to spend the weekend with
their daughter, Mrs. William
Campbell, in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs,
Campbell have recently moved
into thVir new
home on Twin
4835 * l4Vi—24’A
Dr. Frank Hubert discussed j
school problem* in an address at:
the Colburn PTA meeting Thurs-!
day. The new xlatjc of officers, in-1
eluding Mrs. W. L. Philips, presi-
dent; Mr*:^SL. A. Goynes. vice !
president; MrsTTs. C. Carroll, sec-
ond vice president; Mr*. J, W.
Easley, third vice president; Mrs.
Tom Perry, treasurer, and Mrs.
James Brownell, secretary, were
Mrs. Philips. Mrs. Carroll and
Mrs. Goyne* volunteered to attend
th* District 4 spring conference of
the Parent-Teacher Assn, to be
held in First Baptist Church in
Fjfty children from the second
and third grade rooms presented
a fashion parade with musical
number! under the direction of
Mrs. J. D. Hall.
Arrangements for the social pe-
riod following the meeting were
made by the mothers of children
studing under Mrs. Eugene Raw-
son with decorations by Mrs. C. K.
Mission Prog rams’
Are Held by WMU
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Church presented community mis-
sion programs Thursday during
meetings in homes. The Mary
Scales circle met in the home of
Mrs. M. M. Heathman. ,Mrs
Homer Norwood was in charge of
the program “Soul Winning, th*
Heart of Community Mission.”
Others participating were the
hostess and Mrs. Joe Thompson,
Mrs. O. E. Granger. Mrs. Frank
Peveto and Mr*. M. E- Ftazar.
During a business session Mrs.
Peveto was elected secretary-re-
porter to succeed /Mrs. Dewey
Bouillion who resigned because of
Refreshments were served to
those mentioned and Mrs. Cecil
Scales, Mrs. Roy Franks and Mrs.
The circle will meet Thursday
at 2 p.m in the home of Mrs.
Mr*. Gllereasa Leads
Mrs. Lyons Gilcrease was in
charge of the community mission
program presented at a meeting
held in the home of Mrs. Sam
Drake, circle chairman. Mrs.
Drake gave the devotional and
Mrs. It P. Scarborough led in
prayer. Others taking part were
Mrs. Philip Parker, WMU peai-
dent, and Mrs. Bill Johnson.
During a business session Mrs.
Parker announced that the WMU
will hold it* regular
meeting at the church the last Fri-
day in the month at 2 p.m. instead
of Thursday as usual.
Refreshments were served to
those mentioned and Mrs. Melvin
Smith. Mrt. L. H- Harmon, Mrs.
C. H. Wilson and one visitor, Mrs.
U. Smith, The circle will meet
Thursday at 9:30 a m. in the home
of Mrs. Scarborough.
far Hum and Indostry
Ns Money Dish J* SSsi. H far
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* f THOMAS—1210 OranfH A VS.
PTA et Mouriceville Will Buy
Games for Use on Rainy Days
MAUR1CEVILLE (Spl) — Mrs.
Wilson Dunn presided at the
monthly meeting of Mauriceville
PTA. Business included a decision
to provide $5 for each of the ele-
mentary grades for games for
Entertainment was furnished by
students of Mrs. Bess Peveto and
Mrs. Lois Cox, who presented an
operetta. At a reception following
the meeting Mrs. Marvin Heanrs-
berger, Mrs. Jack Bazemore, Mrs.
Charlie Morvent and Mrs. M. A
Barnes served cake and punch'.
Officers Are Elected
Th# musical background of Wil-
liam O’Toole includes studies with
Constantin von Sternberg, Dr. Le
Roy B. Campbell. Laidor Philipp,
Dr. Frederick W. Schlieder and
E. Robert Schmits. He has taught
at workshops in such schools as
De Paul University and Julliard.
Wall Plaques Made
By McDonald GAs
Flower Pots Made
11:00—Music Const to Const
11:30—’The Song nod th* Star
12:60—U.S. Nsvjr Bhow
11:3*-Duke of PtSnenh
13:43—Westward to Music
1:06—Lot’s Got Tetether With Record*
4 00-Bar Nodh Ranch
Vintoh Baptist Church
To Hold Bible School
The monthly handiwork session
of the Junior GAs of McDonald
Baptist Church was held Friday
in the home of Mrs. Merton Pe-
veto. Wall plaques were made by
the group with Dutch boy and
Dutch girl designs.
Den 4, Pack 3018 held their
weekly meeting in the home of
Mrs, C. K. Batchelor. Charles
Young opened the meeting with
pledge, and flower pots were made
during activity period. The meet-
ing closed with memb*rs forming
BRIDGE CITY (Spl)—Jamie
Sweatman was named president
of the Moonlight Blue Birds Wed-
nesday afternoon at a meeting
held at St. Paul’s Methodist
Church. Other officers appointed
by the leader, Mrs. Ernest Leh-
man, were Lydia Spiller, treas-
urer, and Judy Pepper, reporter.
Miss Sweatman succeeds Cher*
ion Scales who called the meeting
to order and led in saying the
pledge of allegiance.
Mrs. Lehman announced that a
dad-daughter banquet will be
held April 25 at 7 p.m. at the
Wayside Inn and that she must
know by Wednesday who is going
to attend. This is an Orange Coun-
tywide Blue Bird banquet and all
members are to wear their uni-
forms Mrs. Lehman reminded.
•Following the business session
a party was held. Dianne Herken-
ratt and Andria Lee Hubert were
hostesses. They served refresh-
ments to those mentioned and
Mrs. Vem Pepper, assistant lead-
er., Mrs. W. E. Duhon, sponsor,
Mrs. O. C, Jordan, visitor, and-
Jerry Bendy, Peggy Lehman,
Shelia Fontenot, Norma Long,
Myrtle Frances Walker, Dianne
Duhon, Celeste Cox, Shirley Four-
nier, Rosann Brint, Dorothy Klein*
schmidt. Judy Jordan, Kav Vin-
cent, Jan Die and Jackie Sue
VINTON (Spl)—Vacation Bible
school will be held June 19-24 at
the First Baptist Church and those
wishing to attend may sign up
now at the church.
The local vacation Bible clinic
will be held in DeQuincy April 27.
Those who wish to assist with
the school may contact Mrs. M.
Quinn or Mrs. R. E. Miller. «
Tuesday, April 19, a Royal
Service program will be held at
the church and topic of the pro-
gram will be "Hong Kong.” The
program will begin at 9:30 a.m.
and prior to the meeting coffee
will be served.
Dish Gardens Made
Elizabeth Ewing, president, was
in charge of Thursday’s meeting
of the Nathanda Camp Fire group.
Virginia Smyth, secretary, read
the minutes and Carol Randolph,
treasurer, took up the dues.
Members of the group com-
pleted dish gardens and selected
one as an entry in the Woman’s
Club flower show.
Among those present were Su-
san Craig, Paula Matthews, Sam-
mie Jean McKee, Mary DeLynn
Peacock. Sally Ragland, Jean
Randolph, Linda Sue Robinson,
Betsy Jloosa. Virginia Smith, Jim-
mydene Sullivan, Mrs. W. J.
Robinson. Mrs. W. R. Sullivan and
monthly Mrs. Max Ragland.
Has Mission Program
MAUPICEVILLE (Spl) - Mrs.
E. A. Hendrick was in charge of
the community missions program
presented at the weekly meeting
of the WMU of Mauriceville Bap-
tist Church. Theme of the study
was “Serving the Master.”
Others assisting with the wor-
ship program were Mrs. Clark
Peveto, Mrs. J. W. Arledge, Mrs.
Jack Bazemore, and Mrs. Otha
Ming. Next meeting of the organ-
ization will be in the home of Mrs.
F. A. Stephenson on Thursday.
Mrs. Louie Peco, hostess, served
jelly cake and cold drinks to those
mentioned above and Mrs. L T.
Freeman and. Mrs. H. W. Cooper.
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Are Honored by Eastern Star
Mrs. Mary Todd Graves, worthy
matron, and C. B. Eaves, worthy
patron, were honored by the of-
ficers ansi standing committees of
the Orange Chapter 214, Order of
Eastern Star, with a dinner Thurt-
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S .Attending in addition to the
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Houselton, Gail Peveto, Sudie
Carol Peveto, Kathryn Peveto,
Wanda Hyden, Charlene Foster
and Sharon Foster.
The regular meeting of the
Girls Auxiliary will be held at 7
p.m. Wednesday at McDonald
Refreshments Were served to
Ronnie Spruell, Ronnie Dyess,
Tommy Gray, Tommy Anderson,
Jimmy Lewis, James Nichols,
Charles Young Butch Hansarling,
Earl Norsworthy, Clancy Midkiff,
Bobby Easley and Danny Batch-
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HOUSTONIANS VISIT HERE
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