The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 109, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 5, 1954 Page: 2 of 12

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1954
circulation paper spread a picture
from Malta showing a much
slimmer Queen than Bretons had
seen before her tour began fast
Nov. 23. ‘ *
THE ORANGE LEADER
Slender Majesty
Tacked on Elizabeth
LONDON (AP) w The tab!
Daily Sketch gave QP«® EL-
bsifc il a new title todajv—1
Slender Majesty.- The P *D
urged the nation to see she get
rest when her world tour ei
next week. ■' m . > •
Across its front page the m
European types of earthworm
are often more vigorous than those
in other-areas of the world and
when introduced into such areas,
11 frequently displace native species.
*•. • Rv W4RY ALICE LAKE'S that her house was built afit-r-nrr fore th«
% VihoB f Suli-—"If you want a ’ idea conceived when sh* saw the stached
2 Ji l,H nfl h w w rough exterior of the oatk build- now u*
M m^nev lust build Inga, in Tvrell Park. Beaumont . . ftn.wh^d
f A H Th^e were made with rougb^hell floors."
•r a ="f V?d7r but the Bourg* decided on con- The-
% A The Ronr J Hve in a house that Crete. When they gave ffltTM**-- nut con
_wos" buttl* - with Origihal ideas'and ».rough finish, thew did| »*««**
a in* Af MifH work It w85 cif*t the* Bourcs. so on rcxks. better*..
1 •ed as i^nrorr^ed Ind finilv | Placed by the, <hiHrem>‘7 j «,metin;
» reached the appearance of an /The house Was started ■ In '4|W2 rectlv .
m -English home, with dark, heavy while the Bourg* lifted in a smWl^bv » M
S. lattice woodwork as a trim, it’s house on their- lot on Sargent Thfm fiu
# a mire concrete house for which i street Mrs, Botirg's father. Her- BPUW
« the Bourse children picked ouyfbert Thompson., a Magnolia Pe- the lints
» large rocks from gravel to uset,for troleum worker whose hobby is._ Tilore
M decorations. i carpenter work, helped in the | among
m Mrs. Bourg who' has laughing . planning and the-work. as well as j desCnbt
M Irish eyes and g good hatured at- | Mrs. Thompson later. It was dur- I 1 tried t
* titude toward life, will tell vou ing the war and* w«pd was .not i vgadHW
M. -------■—1----~----T—~ ihvailablff so a yroodloo. planned j Mother
Guards Plan For ' j earlier. not materialize . itV
w- ; ufl ■ _ . | ail stone a fid Mrs, Bourg says she s in5i*j?
f Armend Forces Day i eiad or it. \ .-j
1 The n™rd will car-| ! "SS.’!
m ticipate in Armed Forces Day ob- j auired before thABoufgs moved a home
M servanre Mav IS With .an open if| bag and baggage! Frcta the lay- i conrfreti
m house from 1-3 p. m.. Mai. James { of ,hp br|ek un<4r Tboqrpson’s square
» E. Mallory, executive officer, said j ^str-iftion. to the wlnrloftjofine Bourg*
, j
Third Placff:
$25 7‘V
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Cull States is #roud el the extensive
ieterest Shewn in it's electric
clothes dryer centtit. More thsn
460 customers completed the lot- /
lowing sentence in 25 words or \
lots: N
“I think on electric clethes
drysr is wonderful beesute---
Heartiest congiatulstiona to the
winners, end deep appreciation sa
tnpretsed to those who showed such
in svid interest in this wonderful,
new, labor-stving appliance.
NOT ONLY CONCRETE, BUT IUSTED TOES, GO INTO A HOUSE
Poy-os-You-Go Plan
House at Vidor,Twit 9« o
aid the Pakistanis are getting
from the United States, or about P---------- -
t the mutual aid pact Pakistan and flake air measures of self-defense.
Turkey recently signed. • ---f1 ,........ |
tat Answering a Soviet nrotest note Sheep were used for milking j
mt f of March 26. the Karachi govern- animals in the eprly part erf the
.nr ‘ m«ni renlied yesterday that both Middle Ages. _j_
exercising
programs were only
‘the sovereign right of a state to
gplf states utilities co
they chose the rigid snot y/. none
harder and thef don't, figure the
house will sin*.
Mrs. Boufg a philosophy
which heh^iiyfnld her house and
which shgJaTiciwjmnarting to her
childreay^If Von wanV-aovt&UUS.
you'j^golng to have to earn it or
waflf for il- You’ve lust got to de-
yiid# whether you want it badly
1 enough '* __________
—aevertiwinfst—
Lost SO Pounds
With Burcentrote
Grace Barton, 7756 Franklin
Road, El Paso.,Texas, wrote that sbe
| bad kxg 50 pounds taking Barcen-
trale and Mrs. Henry Alexander.
Rcsute 1, Haskell, Texas, says that
she k*st 10 pounds,
You can get Barccntrate from any
l exas druggist. If the very first bot-
tle doesn’t show you the way to take
off ugly fat, return the empty bottle
for your money back.
Thev had their own wavs of
k e e d i n e a stone hottse from
“sweating.” For the floor, thev
had a fiil-in of Fullers earth over
which they laid tar paper and then
four inches of concrete. Tile floor
covering followed.
Young Dickie Bourg. 17. add*,
in the telling of the story oj^a
familv-made house that ".iM of
busted toes went into the mak/
ing.” He laughs ab.Atr the bow.
Herbert, now 1’8 apdin the para-
troopers and Lpfry. 10. parkins
bricks in a ^Vneelbarrow, lifting
them, and^dropping on J(*feir bare
toes, /
Mur Tlourg says the fnmilv mov-
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Pre-School Roundup
1, Scheduled at Vidor
MOTHER'S
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mfrymn
No more cooking failures
because you get the per-
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mofe delicious food by
Simply setting the FRY-
GUIDE dial. MniAelous
new water-sealed ele-
ment. You can immerse
the pan for quick, eaay
washing.
AUTOMATIC
Vou, too. will fall in love with the
wonderful features of an electric
range. An electric range is so cool,
so clean and so accurate that you
just can t help bragging about it.
The automatic timer and accurate
temperature controls watch the
oven while you’re away. It’s a
honey of a range .: . and you’ll be
so proud of it! Buy your electric
range today!
Oltt htf rhg
assurance of »
ptrfcct cup of
coftrr •very,
lime. Correct
water tempera
tore, agitation
brewing tins
controlled aw
somatically.
Exclusive Bowl—fii beat-
ers for higher, lighter,
tf-textured cxkes, (luff-
mashed potatoes,
ily the famous siand-
I Sunbeam iMixjnasrer
es ALL the jadeahtagks
an automatic food
tet because of its ex-
Has stainleai
steel filter.
$42.75 Less Juicer
t SE YOUR CREDIT
Fee lustre Radiant Con-
trol giees yon the same
perfect toast*whether
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rye or white, thick car
thin. Breed lowers auto-
matically, no lexers to
push. Toest raises itself
silently without springs,
no popping or bunging.
the Modern Kitchen
7 V, N
is on wiffiwmAw
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GULF STATES utilities company
BUY NOW FOR
MOTHER’S DAY
dial s 2107 USE YOUR CREDIT
105 FIFTH ST.
Holland Hotel Bu.ldm.
Your Authorirtd ' KEEPSAKE OtAA
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 109, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 5, 1954, newspaper, May 5, 1954; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558286/m1/2/ocr/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.

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