The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 229, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1923 Page: 3 of 6
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VorKlel Sanders, Howard Alcrson Fa
Minerva j Prtyne, Winnie Crew, * *
Yvonne Oiinst renin. Mat Louise £
Roberts, .Hilda Yates, Beulah Mne
claironet, Rome) Landry at the drum
Hu- Jaxtland Eight has attained
its enviable fame in the symphony
world through an unerring ear foi
harmony a»d soft, rebounding minora
—«c< mted always with an irresist-
ible syncopating awing.
The musical group baa toured all
the Dixie cities of southern sign If-
held Hi first rehearsal, twenty-one
members participating.' Several
members at last
■ have several
new members ^ .
of whom resides' in Tbxla.
Most of the
montha’ practice to their credit, and 1 YirtpiVC men J
a rather lively practice was enjoyed. Teisl In
Members Juat entering are given
specie 1 practice and special study MOD Uut:
work, this being conducted apart MONROE La G
from the regular assembly practice. mon accuge^ ot’mig
Captain f. Buchanan, a teacher connection with alls
sod director or more than thirty |a1rry jn Morehouse
years’ experience, is the director year> will face trial
and instructor. November (;
It Is the intention of this student Attorneys for the
body to further perfect Its organlaa- pea red In district- c
tion as progress merits, present terday, and walvet
plans being an intensive band and entered plea of
LARGE CROWD KXPROTKD Mnl“
TO ATTEND HOUSE OPENING ®ro«r«
A large crowd Is axpectet to »t- tb® d
tend the opening reception nt the COmm'
Woman’s club bouse on Fifth and The 1
Pine streets tomorrow afternoon from phono
4 to T o’clock. A delightful musical
program has been t*rcpar.ri for the ln,T
occasion ond will be rendcrer he-
tween 5 and B o’clock. .
' All persons intorested In ,thc club 1
including those who luc the library of ,h°
Parker, Ruth Campbell,
Campbell, Treasa Hamilton and Clara
TUESDAY— ■ ■ ' «j£ ?
Camp Tehee—Mrs,'' Steele Camp-
bell’s, Eighth ahd Park, after
school, • ~
Y. W. A.—Mts* Stella May
Nemlts, 12th and Elm, 3 p. m.
Shakespeare Club—Mrs. W. T.
Levorett, 1001 Orange Ave„ 3
p. nt. " %
Camp Luta —Mr*s P. A.
Claunch, 4 p. m. %
Lake Avnnnn Baptist Church
Ice Cream Supper—At church,
7:33 p. m. WWj?
Business meeting of Mrs. W. H.
Stork’s Sunday school class, 7
Eastern Star—Masonic hall,
7:30 p. m. ' •> 'iW,
Loyolty Club—Tourist Catap
Site, after school.
Zerotna Hare (ilrls—First Bap-
tist chureh, after scneol.
Camp Ansudl—Red Cross rooms
Catholic Sowing Circle—Miss
Elsie Bonin. 1106 Sholars.
U. D. C.~Mrs. 8. W. Sholars,
8th and Cypress, t p. n».
Open House—Women’s Club
House, 4 to 7 p. m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Guild—
Mrs. Walter English, 4 p. m.
dleanere—Primary room, Heth-
odlst church, 4 d. m. Mrs. Jor-
goesna and Mrs. Dnmeron, host-
Women’s Missionary Society-
Basement of Methodist church, 4
p. m. \
Woodbine Rebehak - Lodge-—
I. O. O. F. hall, g*p. m.
Cedar Nest of Blue Birds—Red
Cross rooms, after school.
Young Women's Bible Claee—
Mrs. W. P. Coyle. 610 Pine 8t„
3:16 p.' m.
Catholic Altar 8oeiety—K. of 0.
Hall, 3 p. m.
All Baptist Circles:
1— Mrs. IT. B. MrCorquodale.
2— Mrs. George Holland.
3— Mrs. W. M. Gunstream.
4— Mts. A. * E. Boarrie. ,,
Chili Btippcr — Bock's Bible
class In honor of new officers of
Methodist Sunday school—Lins-
coiab's barbecue stand.
Y. P. M. 8.—Mrs. J. W. Long,
Public Library—Chamber of
Commerce, 8 to 5 p. m.
Wesley Bible class — Business
and’social meeting, at Methodist
church, 3 p. m.
C. E. Executive Committee
Meeting' — Home of Mias Karth-
crine Benson go
Engraved personal stationery. Kn-
bo»H«| monogram or name station.
«ry, at reasonable prices. Ask for
cample*. Phone 4 or 38.. Orange
Defective Chimney-Alina Alycr
Lightning—Stella Msv Nlmils
Bon Fife- Emma Leu., Burns.
Spontaneous Combustion Inez
Carelessness — Virginia Campbell.
Blanche MacFarlano, foreman.
Dorothy Grtnstcad, C’eoia e.Mars,
,"y **«]•• Roberu- Helen McDon
^d. Mildred Smith, Ruth ninnd,
P°r«, Mary Nan Fore">a".
Catherine Welch, Carmnt .Douglass,
These girls are to practice tomor-
row afternoon at the Re.’ Croea
rooms after school. Miss Elizabeth
Sunders will hsslst in coaching thorn.
All Camp Fire Girls not mention-
ed in the cast are to take pan In
a final tableaux and ade requested
to commit to memory the “Credo"
in the front of their Cnmp Fire
If you think you’re the least bit
too short or the leant bit too plump
coma to your own reecue with
hocks like these. The long side-
pleated panels vSlt make you look
at least two Inches taller and ten
pounds thinner if you adopt theist
There are hundreds of homes In Orange that could
and should tie made more beautiful. Plenty of families
with the means to have well furnished homes, who haven't
ns yet. We want volunteers In our Christmas Furniture
dub. You select your furniture now, pay a small sum
down, a sinnll sum a week—money that you won't miss,—
nml wc deliver the furniture to your home Christmas.
Everybody will be happy ami you wont miss the money.
After Cliristmas you ran pay the balance on easy weekly
kets for this picture.
Vre. S. W. Sholars as president
of the Daughters feds deeply grate-
ful to the Orange Amusement com-
pany for their generosity in this
The United Daughters of ihe Con-
federacy wifi hold their regular
meeting tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. S. W. Sholars at 2
o clock instead of the regular time
in order to give the members ample
opportunity to attend the opening
of the Woman’s club building.
■MISS BERNICE PHILLIPS
w hoxouee at' party
At her home on Lake street on
the afternoon of September 29. Mrs.
Claude Phillips entertained her lit-
tle daughter, Bernice, on her third
After a happy hour spent in play-
ing games, refreshments of ice cream
aud cake wore served to the fbllow-
Hig gueats: Lawrence ParVhurst,
Luddy. Evelyn Brack, Mvrtll
Burrh.. Joe OlSyxon* Keith Clayton,
PRESBYTERIAN N. S.
TEACHERS MEET THURSDAY
The Sunday school tja-hera of
the First Presbyterian dinrch will
hold a business nicotine Thursday
evening nt the church at 7 ;b
ivs, attention at their meeting at th<
ine Presbyl ;;inu Cuaprl.
tcy Two tills recited memory work
which is requited in the Krrv,*l»
tu- In it cortost.
on - ......
MISS LAKE ASSISTS
Miss Margaret Lake, new organ-
I’H 1st for the Presbyterian church, as-
rill stated T. M. Cunningham in tiain-
at lug the Young People’s orchestra
on nt their practice meeting yesterday
•ntTifr ig Rifti
“* t tt’niw f*.
A '■'<:» ** sutav el
1 "oft jattm am
GONE RUT NOT rtmGMtTTKN—
’Though far uway you now nu?y be,
My thoughts are swiftly following merous gifts as remembrances
Like a skimming bird on tireless ^ bir‘h*,-V
w'i»89, VESTRY MEETING AT
Through the etherial blue, my ST. PAUL’S OH|
fancy swings. The monthly vestry meeting
. . . . , _ b« held as usual on Wednesdi
Though by the sea or far inland. 7:30 p. m. In the board rooi
My spirit hovers near at hand. Main and Fifth
And ,n “T mlnd 5roo'n evur dweM' Choir rehearsal is called for
Though we’ve parted—eaid uesday night at 8 p. m in
‘‘Farewell.” Paul’s church. ’
—Elsie Blud worth Davis. , _;
- ICR CREAM SUPPER
SKRUNTINHH MO\E IS CALLED OFF
TO OAIJFORN1A The ice cream supper tYpIch
Mr. and Mr*. George Serum ine, ^b<‘dul°d tonight by the Ladies’
have left for California where they A'd ^ko Avenue Duptiat
will make their future home. The !'?ur‘:b b“ raHed oft due to
trip was made in their Ford touring ,nc d®ath °f Theodore Denises, the
car. son onc °? lh® members.
CAMP IIADKCO ' umini„ -
STUDIES TREES CLl7B
The girls of Camp HadecO atudied M<*,‘DS MEIll’
trees on their hiko yesterday. After . ,‘.Ile ™"nday Bridge club mot yes-
sctiool they went to the tourist camp “"‘'t’noon for a business meet-
site where they decided on two Na- iVc.u * Mr8‘ D °’ Bland
ture Iionors which are among tnose “"J™ “nd
required for school credit; these (»e,,lded l'» ®a®h
honors they will report on next ... ,, ■' from now °u at ,,lui hjme
week One is ’’Make a bird counter °f ",embf'h-
und have It used by at least four jJla , K . in** Hrs.
birds;’’ the other is ’Identify and B*l7*d sandWlcj,>«. tea. nnd
describe fifteen trees.” aM ,t0 courw’
At each Cump Fire mooting the IVTKKMKDI4TK n • >. ,•
girls wil! bo assigned honors to ENJOYS IvIrty -AST MGHT
work on during the week among Th. ,
those listed for school credit. entertained —«>,* B- ,VP- I - wtts
__ ontortamed with n party last night
CAMP WKNONA ENJOYS *hp of fb*‘r J«ad,T- Miss
LUNCHEON AT CHURCH .lara •Iohn’,on on Eighth and Park
«* on uc.
Camp Wenons was served sand- The spacious law,, was lighted
wlchos and iced tea yesterday by j for the occasion ahd tho young peo-
Myrtle and Lula Strauther at tho pie enjoyed games tbe.e
first Methodist church where they Following the games Vofroahw.-me
held their Camp Fire meeting in of lee cream, cuke ami lemonade
the basement. . were served to the guoepi, there
First aid work was also praciiced being ubout thirty-six oV them
and tho Constitution of the United Tho*,. attending wore Haxol kin-
.Stales diacussed. Khch girl waa p,iv- ney, Thelma Gliilden, Thetu Grubbs
en a portion of Ihe constitution to Nanett " • — ’
Reserves any Victrofar:
Reserves any Kitchen^
1 DOWN KESERMES THEM
1 A WEEK DFIIVFBS THEN
A WEEK DELIVERS THEM XMAS
Fire Insurance la the Rock
Foundation Upon Which
To Bnild a Successful
YOU are building upon the
sands of a gambler’s chance
If you do not insure your-home
and your bustness property.
Consider our insurance pro-
position. We will be glad to
explain It. V ‘
Don’t wait. Time Is either your beat friend or your bitterest
enemy In this rase. The fact that your payments will he spread
uut over n long period of time Is in your favor if you art now.
If yon keep putting it off ClirtstnutM will be here before you
know it. You will liuvr* spent the same amount of money any-
way, probably you won’t be able to recall where It went. And
you won’t have either the money or rash. Now la the time.
This Is the place, your wife Is the girl.
Anything in the Store Can Be Reserved
By Depositing A Snail Cash Payment
Carr, Purl Hoad, Purice
Hinch, 'Fannie Smith, Flora, Kinney,
Marie Evans, Opal. Hassanno, Nadu
Silk and Wool
Hundreds of Hats
See Ours First
Cures Malaria. Chills and Fe<
Dengue or Bilious Fever. It I
the germs that cause the lover.
J. S. ALLISON
Bex JOl Phone 408.
Underwriter for the
SAN JACINTO LIFE INS.’ CO.
OY SIMS a COMPANY
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The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 229, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1923, newspaper, October 2, 1923; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth565173/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.