The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 255, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 28, 1951 Page: 3 of 14
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
TAFFETAS 8 SATINS
504 FRONT ST.
*J. D. Irion It Elected
Head of Gen. Finance
J. D. Irion was elected chairman
of the board of directors of the
General Finance company of Or-
ange, incorporated, dor'ng a re-
cent meeting of that firm’s board
Other officers elected were Ho-
mer E. King, president and treas-
urer, Joe B. Ward, vice-president,
and Kenneth S. Fishery-secretary.
y - > *.
General Finance company *has
been in business in Orange since
June of 1947, and has*hcwn con-
tinued growth since its organiza-
tion. The office, located at "503
Front street, was recently re-
ROCHESTER, N. H„ Oct. 27,
'AP) — GirJ triplets were bom
within 13 minutes today to Mrs.
Janes Coffem, who has three other
children—also girls. The 32-year-
old mother, wife of a railroad
worker, was fine and the new trio
were doing well in incubators.
ONE WEEK ONLY !
Standard Gauge Inlaid
^0 SQ. YD.
ONE WEEK OfJLY!
ALL COLORS .,. ALL PATTERNS
ONE WEEK ONLY!
Choose from a
USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN !
703 Division Orange, Texas Dial 8-9191
YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT IS WELCOME!
Predicted for Aria
The Consolidated News, a publi-
cation published monthly by Con-
solidated - W estern Steel corpora-
tion at Orange. -
tober issue a “marked fticrease in
tnt? n t«j u u.i * o.
^bemical work” in the Gulf coast
area. ? ‘
In an article entitled “The Out-
look” it cites large project® b >
jtandard Oil of Baton Rouge, Shell'
Chemical company, Diamond Al-
,sli corporation, Monsanto Chemi-
cal and several other major firms,
.t .also lists school, bridge and
funnel construction programs
hicb will require huge amounts
Consolidated-W estern Steel.
holds contracts on many of these
projects, and is negotiating for
on tracts oft several other large
It mentions the scarcity of struc-
u.al steel, and that the avaiiaDfl-
ity of such building material de-
oends on the success of their job
. > > * 1
By Car in Bedroom
LOUISVILLE, Ky„ Oct. 27 (AP)
—A young cou.ple had a rude
| awakening early today when an
automobile crashed into their bod-
Mr. and Mrs. James Smysef
both 24, awoke to the roar of
~ ' f'srj ' <1
to gaze into the glaring headlights
of the car. It was within arms’
.... u. meir ben.
Then the couple watched as the
tuto backed out and vanished—
’aving a ganina hole in the wall
of their apartment.
The frame apartments, covered
with clapboard, and asbestos $id-
ng, were built less than a year
Police said tracks indicated the
-■ar had hopped a curb and crossed
. i 50-foot lawn.
Orange Student Gets
HUNTSVILLE. Oct. 27 (Spl)—
Marian Gibbs of Orang.e senior
tudent -at Sain Houston State
"achers’ college, was this week
named for membership in Who’s
4iO in American Colleges and
A distinct honor on any campus,
Miss Gibbs was among 25 select
lion committee. The students were
<»mea on u.e basis o. scn«.a.o...p,
•haracter, personality and partici-
pation in student activities.
A journalism major. Miss Gibbs
Is business manager of The Hous-
tonian, college newspaper, and an
active member of the Press asso-
She was winner of the Beatrice
>aig Library club scholarship in
-<* “flrine. and is a member of the
Loulie Sexton Estill social club
Longino Latin Classical clubhand
- * r^appa Delta, honorary debate
Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Gibbs.
Bridesmaid Is Shot’ j^o Texas Heroes THE0R^GE ^ADER-sunday. October unu-ps,
By Former Suitor . . . * .
BURBANK. Calif., Oct 27 (AP) AWarCI6(l tOr ACTS
BURBANK. Calif., Oct. 27 (AP)
—A pretty girl who was to have
been a bridesmaid at her brother’s
wedding tonight was shot to death,
at the wheel of her ear earlv to-
A former suitor surrendered
shortly afterward, saying he had
fired a shot but didn’t know whom
he had -hit. if anyone.
The victim, Miss Virginia Pau-
line Thomason, 24, was driving
alone. Her car careened for 150
feet, tjten ran into an embank-
ment. She had been shot in the
William Frank Cairs, 28. was
booked on suspicion of murder.
Cairs said their friendship broke
up last March.
NOW GET FREE GIFTS IN THE ORANGE LEADER'S
14-pc. Refrigerator Sets
of Easy Nesting, Cjystal Clear Glass
J n keep everything in your refrigerator cool and fresh! Easy
to clean, spacious food compartments!
(Set includes extra-large 8”x8” covered dish not illustrated)
Regularly Retails for $2.57!
Offered FREE for Only I
^Anyone who has not had a subscription to The Leader within the past 6*
days will be considered a NEW subscription. Send coupon below to The
Leader Circulation Dept., today!—Only a limited number of sets are avail-
Here’s how present subscribers
can get this act FREE !
Do NOT collect any money!—Have
your neighbor or friend sign cou-
pon to start The Leader for 12
weeks. Send in coupon and your
free set win be delivered prompUy.
j SURE ’.-—Please start
* my safeacripttop to
I The Leader for It
j weeks, for SS to be
■ collected by Circa-
| laden Dept, open
J delivery of first Is-
SYRUP PLANT BURNS
JEFFERSON, Oct 27 (AP)—
The T. J. Blackburn syrup works,
which grew from a washpot to a
million dollar business, burned to.
day. Owners estimate the loss be-
teen $500,000 and $750,000. In-
cluded in the losses was $50,000
worth of syrup. The syrup, pro-
duced during tjm week, was loaded
on the dopka fdf weekend delivery.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 27 j(AP)—
Two, Texans have been named by
the Carnegie Hero Fund commis-
sion to receive awards for acts of
Bronze medals have gone to Dr.
Hannibal L. Jaworski, 49, Route
10, Waco, and Russell H. Bowdoin,
41. of Lindale. the commission an-
Jaworski, who was ill and had
been warned by a physician to
avoid exertion, saved two men
from drowning after their motor
boat capsized and sank in Lake
Waco, Nov. 15, 1950.
The Waco surgeon, on hearing
cries for help, paddled a row boat
which had no oars 225 feet to
where Anderson J. Sharpp. 35, and
Charles M. Warren, 30, were foun-
dering in the water. After helping
Sharp, who seas nearly exhausted,
get a hold cn the boat, Jaworski
submerged himself under water to
find Warren. Holding the arms of
the imconscicus Warren against
the Inside of the boat with his
knee, the physician paddled the
boat to shore.
Warren and Sharp recoverec|.
Man Surrenders to
Charges of Murder
Hardy also is charged with nI
der. ' • .
been widely sought cm a SUBJ
warrant. Detective Lt. M. M. 11
penger reporte’d that he stes I
into the station “with his wife I
ATLANTA, Oct. 27 (AP)—Nat- »"'*• ’ e woman, announce
tily dressed Roger William Small- was Smallwood and wante<|
wood walked into the police sta- surrender.”
35 poi«,„ ,,au„r
The 24-year-old Atlantan has moonshine and weU water
—------—— spread wholesale death here.
Jaworski, who fractured two ribs week
when he struck the boat in at-
tempting to rescue Warren, recov-
ered in three weeks.
Bowdoin as cited for saving
F lbby J.’ -Manzil from a burning
cabin cruiser at Lake Tvler Sept.
Bowdoin and Manziel, 45, an oil
producer, were on a Cabin-cruiser
moored in a boathouse when gaso-
line fumes exploded below deck.
Manziel was stunned and knock-
ed to the floor of .the cabin.
Bowdoin rushed from the stern |
through flames to the cabin and
carried Manziel to safety. Manziel
was hospitalized for six days. Bow- *
dbin had second ‘degree burns on
the hands, arms, neck and face
and recovered in three weeks. f
"IF ITS INSURANCE ]
WE HAVE IT”
Fire - Auto - Casualty]
Surety - Marine
— Phone 8-83$ I
MONDAY SPECIAL VALUES AT
Pretty as a picture . . . Lovely to
look at . . . smartly styled in fine '
'quality prints. Gorgeously trimmed
. . . SIZES: 9 to 15 am! 10 to 20.
USE OyR LAY-AWAY
Never Before Priced So Low!
100% All-Wool Gabardine
C 0 A T S
Made of fine sheen gabardine . . .
Fully lined w ith warm interlining.
Your rhoice of colors in:
• GREY • BROWN • MAROON
• GREEN and B^,ACK, ‘
USE OUR LAY-AJVAY
Never Before Priced So Low!
• Gold • Purple
• Red • Blue
SIZES: 24 to 30
ALL METAL VENETIAN
ON SALE MONDAY 9 A. M.l
Sizes: 24 to !!(».inches wide.
All are til inches long.
Reg. $5.98 Value
10 to 20
Fully covered chenille .. .gorgeously
trimmed. Conic early for these!
Fine quality taffetas and satins. Ideal
for street dresses, evening dresses,
skirts or blouses. Colors: • Green
•" Gold • Chartreuse • Pink • Lieht
Blue • Dark Blue • Red • Wine
USE OUR LAY-AWAY
IT PAYS TO SHOP AT—
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 255, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 28, 1951, newspaper, October 28, 1951; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558939/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.