The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 221, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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Cox Has Party
) Ce ebrate Birthday
>11 Cox celebrated her
birthday anniversary Satur-
jept. 14, and her parents,
Id Mrs. Lausen Cox, gave
f ir> honor oi the occasion
|r home, 1006 West Park
I Annell helped plan her'
irty this year. She selected
: to play and asked for a
s birthday cake trimmed
? o was the main game of
Jrnoon. Several other party
also were played.
A Annell opened her gifts
«nd among them a radio
* room so that she can listen
er favorite programs.
ijuare white birthday cake
With pastel roses was
vith ice cream. Party
favors, candy ano gum were dis-
tributed to the guests.
Wishing the honoree many hap-
py returns of the day were Leah
Ann Weaver, Risa Weaver, Judy
Rnch, Susan Craig, Caroline Cal-
lahan, Caroline Sue Hamby, Pa-
tricia Joiner, Susan Quigley, Su-
san Trimble, Suzanne Lea, Penny
Lea, Lou Ann Gomez, Suzanne
Smaihall, Kay Terry, Betty Jo
Pace and Janelle Wood.
Past Presidents Feted
By VFW Auxiliaries
THE ORANGE LEADER — Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1951 — Page 3
Texas 0£S Officials Wesleyan Guild Feted
Visit in Beaumont By Mrs. O. D. Price
All past presidents of the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars auxiliaries
of District 2 were honored at a
luncheon at the Holland hotel
Sunday. iThis was part of the
program during the two-day con-
Breast, neck, and shoulder of
veal offer good values for the
homemaker who is watching her
budget. The breast and neck are
good stewed, the shoulder may be
on this New
BIRTHDAY PARTY HONOREE—Annell Cox has never in
all her nine years had her picture in a paper. She celebrated her
ninth birthday Saturday, and as a sort of Jairthday surprise her
mother senj her picture in. Surprised Annell? Annell i$ the
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lausen Cox, 1006 Park avenue. Her
grandparents all live in Orange. They are Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Nelson of 505 Cherry street and Mr. dnd Mrs. Hugh Cox of
2008 West Park avenue
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Votori, DMihn Ntsk-KehinatM Corfonilm, Detroit, Mick.
Novice Bridge dub, with Mrs.
Randall Hopkins, 1622 Fifteenth
; street, 1:30 p. m.
Hi-Lo Bridge club, with Mrs.
James Rongey, 155 Sproston
j courts, 1 p. m.
Keel Klub, with Mrs. Francis
Fisher, 1704 Eleventh street, 9
Texas Star Square Dance club,
Armory, 8 p; m.
j DeMolay Mother’s club, Ma-
sonc temple, 7 p. m.
Delta Kard Bridge club, with
| Mrs. Draper Purcell, 26 East
1 Lutcher drive, 8 p. m.
Assembly of God: Women's
Missionary council at the church,
; 9:30 a. m.
i Calvary Baptist church: Prayer
meeting, 8 p. m.; officers and
| teachers meeting, 7 p. m.; choir
I rehearsal, 8:45 p. m. at the
Cove Baptist church: Prayer
meeting at the church, 8 p. m.;
choir rehearsal at the church,
8:30 p. m.
First Baptist church: Interme-
diate Girls ensemble at the
church, 4 p. m.
MacArthur Heights Baptist
church: WMU at the church, 9:30
McDonald Memorial Baptist
Solve Your Fall Cleaning Worries
church: WMU at the church, 7
p. m.; Brotherhood at the church,
7 p. m.; Junior GA at the church,
7 p. m.; Sunbeams at the church,
7 p. m.; RA at the church, 7 p. m.
North Orange Baptist church:
Junior GA at the church, 7 p,
m.; Prayer meeting at the church,
8 p. m.: Helen Bagby circle, at
the church, 9 a. m.
Old First Orange Baptist
church: All organizations at the
church, 6:30 p. m.; prayer meet-
ing 7:30 p. m.
West Orange Baptist church:
Officers and teachers meeting at
the church, 7 p. m.; prayer meet-
ing at the church, 8 p. m.; choir
practice at the church, 8:45 p. m.
Christian Science society: At
the Woman’s club building, 8
First Christian church: Choir
rehearsal at the church, 6:30 p.m.
Church of Christ: Ladies Bible
class at the church, 10 a. m.; de-
votion and training classes at the
church, 8 p. m.
J Drake Memorial Presbyterian
church: Willing Workers Bible
class at the church, 7:30 p. m.
Bruner Methodist church: Mid-
week service, 7:30 p. m.
First Methodist church: Mid-
week service at the church, 7 p,
hi.; chancel choir at the church,
7:30 p. m.
St. Mark's Methodist church:
Mid-week services, 7 p. m.
St. Paul's Methodist at Bridge
City: Choir practice at the church,
7:30 p. ni.
Seventh-Day Adventists: Dor-
cas society at the church, 1:30
St. Paul’s • Episcopal church:
Canterbury guild at The parish
house, 7:30 p, m.
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Savory Tomatoes and Shrimps*
Bread and Butter
(Recipe for starred dish follows)
Savory Tomatoes and Shrimp
Ingredients: 2 slices bacon, 1/4
cup finely-diced cooked ham, 1/2
medium-sized onion finely-diced
(about 1/3 cup), 1/4 cup finely-
diced green pepper, 1/4 cup
finely-diced celery, 2 tablespoons
finely-cut parsley, 2 tablespoons
flour, 1 No. 2 1/2 can (1 lb. and,
12 ozs.) peeled Italian-type toma-
toes, 1 teaspoon s a It, freshly -
j ground pepper (to taste), dash of
l cayenne pepper, 1/4 teaspoon or-
egano, 1 teaspoon chili powder,
1 1/2 pounds cleaned cooked
shrimps. 3/4 cup raw converted-
type rice (cooked according to
package directions to make 3 cups
lightly packed drained rice).
Method: Dice bacon small; put
in a large skillet or kettle with
ham and cook over low heat un-
Mrs. Louis Ulm is recuperating
at her home, 1311 Orange avenue,
from a tonsilectomy performed at
St. Therese hospital in Beaumont
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arsenault
of 1011 Ninth street, have re-
turned from a two weeks vaca-
tion to Mt. Gaylor in western
Arkansas and Hot Springs. They
were accompanied by their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Arsenault Jr. and
their two sons, Skipper and Brad
of Houston. «
J. Clifford Burrows of Holly-
wood addition is undergoing
treatment at., City hospital for an
infected arm cause by a piece of
Leland Nelson, Alfred Nelspn
and Joe Williams of ‘ Houston
visited relatives in Orange Satur-
WSCS Circle One Has
Business, Social Meet
Members of Circle 1 of WSCS
held a monthly business and so-
cial meeting at the First Method-
ist church Thursday evening.
Dorothy Compton and the Rev.
H. T. Morgan, pastor, were guests
during the social period.
Mrs. W. L. Joiner conducted
the program and gave a devo-
tional from the 46th chapter of
Psalms, preceded with an opening
prayer by Mrs. Nellie Long.
Mrs. Louise Roberts &nd Mrs.
Frank Smith presented a Mission
Study lesson of “We Americans,
North and South.”
Mrs. Hattie ^McConnell served
refreshments of coffee, tea and
ginger bread to Mesdames Rob-
erts, Smith, Joiner, D. A. Glidden,
J. F. Andrews, Beatrice Wade, H.
A. Prince, J. M. McCorquodale,
W. C. Campbell, Emma Moss and
J. E. McGee.
The meeting was closed with
a prayer by Mrs. McCorquodale.
Letters From Africa
Are Studied by Circle
« v '
Letters received from mission-!
aries in Africa were read by the j
members of the Bessie Hudson |
circle of the Cove Baptist church
Thursday evening at the home of !
Mrs. C. R. Johnson.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by a visitor, Mrs. L. R.
Schahn. Mrs. Schahn is a mem- j
ber of the Dottie Young circle.
Two religious songs “JeSus;
Calls" and “Heavenly Sunshine”!
were sung by Mrs. A. L. Runnels.
Mrs. G. W. Albritton and Mrs.;
Lewis Steitler sang a duet accom- |
panied at the piano by Mrs. W. i
All members participated in the
devotional by reciting a vferse j
from the Bible as roll was called. >
Mrs. C. R. Johnson was hostess j
to 19 members and one guest. Re- i
freshments of cookies and coffee j
vention held in Orange, Sept. 15
Past presidents-attending were
Mrs. Francis Summers, of Austin,
who is also senior department
vice-president; Mrs. J. S. Price,
Port Acres; Mrs. Alfred Dauphne,
Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. J. P. Mc-
Donald, Mrs. E. C. Locke, Mrs.
Doyle Rutherford. Mrs. Eugene
Barber, Mrs. Curtis Hays, Mrs. P.
H, Ra.vser, Mrs. Bernice Massey,
and Mrs. J. T. Simpson, all of
Port Arthur: Mrs. Alice Hawkins,
Jasper; Mrs. A, Si Lundinc, Beau-
mont; Ollie Fuller, Mrs. Lee
Hurst and Mrs. Violet Lewis, all
A. J. Broussard Jr.
Has Birthday Party
A. J. Broussard Jr., who cele-
brated his fifteenth birthday an-
niversary Sunday, Sept. 9, was
honored at a party Saturday af-
ternoon by his mother, Mrs. A. J.
Broussard Sr. at their hbme 1023
A variety of games offered en-
tertainment to the guests during
After the honoree opened his
gifts, the candles were lighted on
the birthday cake. The cake was
white with pink trim and held
15 white candles. A. J. extin-
guished the flames while every-
one sang the traditional birthday
Ice cream and cake were served
to Eva Jane Foreman, Sylvia
Wright, Jeanette Nealy, Phyllis
Baker, Yvonne Marze, Janice
Baker, Shirley Ann Foreman,
Alice Trahan, Gwen* Marze, Clif-
ton Marze, Douglas Marze, Mar- j
vin Lee Simmons, Freddie Patter-
son, Ernest Dronnet, HarOld Tal-
ly, Donald Wayne Kelley, Willie
Joe Sdape, Robert Cobb, Bobby J
Smitherman, Richard Earl Brous- \
sard, Mrs. C. V. Marze, the hon- j
oree and the hostess.
Sixteen chapter of district 4,
section 2, Order of Eastern Star
will meet jointly in Beaumont
Masonic temple Wednesday
at 8 p. m. The purpose of the
meeting is to entertain Mrs. Lu-
cille Dufner of San Antonio,
worthy grand matron of the
Grand Chapter of Texas.
Officers" who will preside at
the meeting arc:
Mrs. Buna Wilson, deputy grand
matron, district 4, section 2* Mrs.
Lena Mae Truett, worthy matron,
Beaumont chapter 71; A1 Virwent,
worthy patron, Beaumont chapter
71; Mrs. Tiny Zager, associate
matron and Tony Zager, associate
patron. Buna chapter; Mrs. Alma
Reid, secretary, Port Arthur; Mrs.
Nell Pry, treasurer, Anahuac;
Mrs. Inez Libersat, conductress,
Port Neches; Mrs. Wilma Keener,
associate conductress, Vidor; Mrs.
L aura Kerr, marshal, Jasper;
Mrs. Iva Fennell, chaplain.
Groves; Mrs. flattie'Brill, organ-
ist, Wisteria chapter, Beaumont;
Mrs. Leona Sheffield, Adah,
Spurger; Mrs. Mary Patterson,
Ruth, Silsbee; Mrs. Theo Kincaid,
Esther, Warren; Mrs. M. M. Bau-
man, Martha, Orange; Mrs. Mil-
dred Phelps, Electa, Sour Lake;
Mrs. Tony Whisenhant, warder,
Kountze and Mrs. Hatty Stovall,
Mrs. O. D. Price, 128 East Cy-
press entertained the Wesleyan
Service Guil& members of St.
Mark’s Methodist church with a
buffet supper Tuesday evening.
The table was laid with a white
linen, cloth and centered with an
arrangement of ropes. The menu
consisted of ham salad sand-
wiches, cheese and pickles and an
assortment of salted nuts with
banana cake and cold drinks.
Members attending were Mes-
dames Vernon Davis, R. E. Mo-
reau, T. M. Fletcher, H. T. Mi-
rick, C. W. Enmon, M. -M. Brock.
Don Mace, Don Harwell and
Judy, Don Clayton, Gordon Olds,
Gordon Banning and George
Shcwmaker. Mrs. R. C. Rhodes
and Carolyn Joe Rhodes were
The guild will meet this eve-
ning in the home of Mrs. Richard
Lanning, 1103 Fourteenth street,
Preceding the meeting there
will be a banquet honoring Mrs.
Dufner at the Crystal room, Edi-
son hotel, at 6 p. m.
All Eastern Star members are
invited to attend. Those desiring
or can furnish transportation are
asked to contact Mrs. Bauman by
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til bacon begins to turn a golden
color. Add onion, green pepper,
celery, and parsley and cook,
stirring often, until bacon finishes [
•browning. Stir in flour so mixture
is coated with it. Remove from,
heat. Add tomatoes, salt, pepper,
cayenne, oregano, and chili pow-
der; return to moderately low j
heat and stir constantly until j
sauce thickens. Continue to cook |
over low heat for 15 to 20 min-
utes. Add shrimp whole if small;
if large slice ip half lengthwise;
add 3 cups lightly-packed drained
rice and mixing well reheat, stir-
ring often. Makes 6 servings.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 221, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1951, newspaper, September 18, 1951; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558467/m1/3/: accessed December 9, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.