The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 315, Ed. 1 Friday, May 22, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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E. T. Drake, Minister
Two Interesting snd inspiring pro-
grams arc being planned for Sun-
day, May 24th, at the Prmlivtrrinii
Church. ' i
Decision Day will be observed in
the morning with special exercises
both in Sunday 'School and church
•Henry Will Try Anything
At 8 o'clock in >the evening the
''Favorite Song” service will be held.
When out oi the 66 ''favorites.''
which have been sent in Mrs. Mart
and Mr. Folsom will select twelve.
Everyone Is cordially invited to
all of these services.
Come in the morning and again
RT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Reverend* Mr. Bedded, as-
sistant pastor of Christ's Church at
Houston, will deliver a sermon at
St. Paul's Episcopal church at the
11 o'clock services here Sunday
Reverend Beddel Is an inspiring
speaker and everyone is invited to
be present and hear him.
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gler was to hsv# driven last year.
Fengler met with a serious accident
In the preliminary trials iat»t year
and quit racing. He is now oper
ating a garage in Hollywood. This
car is said to he the finest that
money can hutld and should be
heard from Saturday.
Another of the solo cars will he
Detroit's lone entry, the Kes«-Line
Eight. It is » super-changer, en-
tered by Kcss-LlM Motors./who de-
faulted after having enfexjm the Job
last year. it wli! probably be the
moat powerful raoto» on the oourae,
and undoubtedly will set the pace on
the stretch. i
Average speed for th* distance
promise* to be more than 100 mtles
•n hour. This would exceed all
previous 500-mile race marks by
nearly two mils* on hour. Ever
since' Harry Harroun wheeled the
Mormon "Wasp" in the first 500-
mile race 14 years ago the speed
in automobile racing has' been
quickened, Huron a averaged better
than 74 miles an hour.
Wtth the .lawn of aVieticn even
109 miles an hour doesn’t sound hn-
prMtaive but to the racing fraternity
that has been tinkering with gaso-
line engines for more than a fiene-
ration. this achievement would be
the signal for a celebration.
•Perhaps the most interesting fac-
tory news of the week is the fntro-
duction of the Chrysler Coach. u
•leek-lined job at *1.545 at,.,the, fac-
tory. The model will vie for beauty
with any coach on the market and
tn goodness is superior to many.
Roominess han been fentured. En-
gineers have accomplished wonders
with the comparatively short Chrys-
ler wheel base and provided an ex-
traordinary roomy dar.
The new coach ia a two-doog job
with an exceptionally wide door. I
believa It is the widest door on
any automobile ever made. The
coach has a Flaher body, finished
in blue duoo. Special six-ply bal-
loon tires are provided. The coach
is jar.t *50 more than the
Coast Guard “Bottles” Rum Row.
This picture gives you an Idea of how the rejuvenated coast guard lias bottled up the bootleg fleet on
rum row. Left to right, you see a coast guard destroy or. the General Pan. which is alleged to be a rtini ship,
a coast guard patrol and coast guard cutter
price » is Just
Chevrolet is the real star perform -
Dallv output hov-
er of the moment
ers about 4.000. the best in Chevro-
Paige-Detroit, jMfptor Car grimpnny
shipped *15,-Paiges and Jewetts on
May Id, Which Was a record for a
aingie davit shipment by that com
pony Indications are that tm
schedule of 5.»«0 automobile* set
for May will be surpassed, it was
■aid by" factory official* today.
Continued from page One
Presentation of Diplomas—Mr. K.
Piano Trio <Selected) Mary Ford.
Pong (Welcome to Spring. Wilson)
Senior Class. _
Class Roll—Velma Kimball. Bach-
gat’Martin. Leona Benson, Marjorie
Brown. Ruby Burtop. Alberta Col-
burn. Charles DuBose. Franke DJke.
Mary Ford. Loren Glldden. bred
Gray. Katherine Griggs. Gordon Cad-
ger, Kola Gunstream. Yvonne Oun-
•tream. Mamie Ruth Harris. 3. P.
Joiner, Dennis Judice, Velma Kim-
ball, Toki Klshl. J. C. iASalle. Kula
Linacomb, Rachel Martin. Thelma.
McCullough. Lloyd McMahon, Frank
Shepardson. Constance Stark, Edwin
Verrett. Tom Webb. Arnold WllHiim*.
Arthur Wilson Howard Womack,
John Womack. Hilda Yates.
Motto—‘.'Work Conquer* All.
Cotora—-Orange and White.
The loan bn the home will be
placed with the Orange Investment
Company, and the service rendered
The Leader in this arrangement was
a prfeot part of the details. Pleas-
ing service abounds rfiere.
One of the interesting displays to
be made will he the cow home,
placed ih n model manner in the
rear of the dream house. Here will
he seen a perfect cow. being fed
and made healthier and btter In every
way. by Ih celebrated "Kow-Kud"
feed. This particular exhibition
will be handled and featured by >the
Orange Grain Company.
The Donaldhon Dairy will supply
the milk and cream for the Frigld-
nire in the ''Home Beautiful.” Al-
most everybody In Orange knows
and appreciates the quality of this
milk and cream and buy it for Its
merit. This dasplly will surely at-
As has been stated tn these col-
Paul Henderson, assistant postmaster
general, announced today he would
■ hand Ida resignation to President
Coolidgs and would become head of
the National Air Transport company.
Coolnel Henderson's resignation is
to be effective August 1.
MARION, III., May 22.-Loss es-
timated at *50.000 was done today
as wind and hail storais swept this
part of the state. Several were In-
jured hut none killed. ■ , . .
was announced at the recent meeting 5:45 o'clock front San Marco* where
of the American Chemical Society. (she was attending the Ran Marcos
Science Is yet to seek a remedy for.j Nocmal. They had been married
cold in the feet.
Continued from Page One
umns* ninny times but worth stat-jkina car had stopped to transfer one
ing again is that E. W. Anderson j,of the children from the front to the
will furnish protection of every kind [back seat. Reverend Smith ap- , ®ren<* in ™Una‘ •sholl).vvi11* ®IM|
for the model home. This brand j parently did not notice this until <il’llt" 'Sl‘n<‘' T<‘XilH| were notified
of Insurance is really worth while pe was almost upon the stationary
and is especially pleasing to the
toe men’s suits, top coats, hats,
y, and a full line of fall
apparel and all this will be
bv Abe*. Inc.*
io store in the Btate of Texas
of finer merchandise than
by Abe*. Inc., and the
be sand* in the ''Horae
manager* of this protect.
Cliff Douglas, manager of the
Orange Furniture Company, will he
a prime factor in the furnishing
of this home, and this gentleman
is already arranging to bring to
this city and the "Home Beautiful"
the niftiest nrrnngements in living
room, bed room, breakfast nook, Lj,
sleeping porch and other furniture.
Nothing exactly like this display has
ever been shown In Orange, accord-
ing to Mr. Douglas.
The Victrola and radio will also
be a contribution o l the Orange
Furniture Company and - the radio
and phonograph will be demonstrat-
ed each evening during, the inspec-
The Sabine Coffee Company will
demonstrate and serve to visitors the
fine coffee* featured -by this oftn-
n. Their coffee is unusual and
widely demanded by those who'jle-
llght * in thla national dyink. ^
Readers of The D<tily Leader are
urged to read the list of co-operiitqrs
printed on this page.
Late Wire News
wiU eclipse any exhibit WJiy stated.
AUSTIN, May 2$.—Adjutant Gen-,
era) Mark MctjlM will go to Dallas
tonight to inspect national guard
companies on duty there. The ad-
jutant wi(l not assume charge of
troops nor will be interfere In any
ran be practiced
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part of the grin
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Edwin Carewe Pre-
Supported by a great
Jack PSckford ;/ •
A FIRST NATION-
AL PICTURE •'
Also a Century
BENEFIT CATHO- |
Price. 10 and 35 cte.
Albert Herri. et the
When You Use
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Martin Die*, a
are on the way
Interment win pro;
at Beaumont in the family
a first wife and a daughter
Beaumont Masonic Lodge’ No. 28*.
A. F. & A. M. will take charge of
the body when It arrive* In Beau-
mont. which will probably be about
lliJO tomorrow morning and con-
duct the service*. The deceased
was a member or the Liberty Ma-
sonic lodge. The local lodge of Ma-
sons were asked by the Liberty lodge
to take charge, inasmuch ne It was
understood at fisrt that burial would
take place here. It was later ar-
ranged for the Beaumont lodge to
take charge. ■>
RANKS OF THE
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GENEVA, May 2*.—Samuel
Darling, pathologist of Bockefeller
foundation. was kilted here today and
ttvo other* seriously injured in an
Classified* will get that cook*
DALLAR. May 22.—The fast thin-
ning rank* of the confederacy sur-
vivors passed in review here this
morning. Veteran* of the south rode
In gallv bedecked nutn* surrounded
by maid* and *nd matron* of hnnpr.
Behind their honored father* cam#
*on* of confederate Veteran*. Bodies
tired with the prs**ure of year*,
relaxed and became young again
as frail old men smiled and bowed
their response to wildly cheering
crowd* that lined the aldewalka.
The spiHt of the old Southland
the old men. many at the hrlnk
pervaded Dallas ns never before a*
at the grave, moved down the thor-
oughfare. Many departed after the
parade and other* are to go during
Jeptha Sterling Jr. returned home
today from Dallas where he attended
the Confederate Reunion, accompany'
ing some of the veteran* of thia
place, He said that the reunion
waa Indead a greet affair.
During hla stay In Dalle* Sterling
said that he experienced eome ex
cltement In preventing aome of the
aged veterans from joining the mobs
that attempted to etorm the Dallas
fail yesterday morning, and the night
before. He said that the ire of
many of the old veterans, aome of
whom were 95 yeara old, was stir-
red by the crimes charged to the
NOTE IN MAILED LAUNDRY
CAUSER WRITER'S ARREST
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. May 22.—
William K. Byrne, wooden leg carv-
er In the Veteran’s bureau here, has
been accustomed fi sending hi* laun-
dry home to HUS. Louis, where It
would receive Hpecin! attention from
his cousin. Miss M. L. Blatchford.
Each time he sent the laundry be
p STOP 1
If yoq. auffer
sea see, ouch aa
Cracked Hands, 1
Old Sorea and Sores on i
Blistered Feet or
eases, we will sell
Star Remedy on a
stain your clothing and bM i
ORANGE DRUG DO,
and has s pleasant
CITATION BY PUBLICATIONi
Cause No. 5284.
THE BTATE OF TEXAS,
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
You are Hereby Commanded to
summon tht> unknown stockholder*
of tbo Export Oil A Pipeline Com-
pany, a defunct corporation, by mak-
ing publication of thla Citation once
in each week for four consecutive
weeks previous to the return day
hereof, in eome newspaper published
In your County, if there be a news-
paper puonehed therein, but if hot,
then In any newspaper published In
the First Judicial District; but If there
be no newspaper published in said
Judicial district, then a newspaper
published in the nearest district to
said First Judicial District, to ap-
t on or about
April 10, is... X..« a
lawfully entered upon, w-------_
tiffs from and unlawfully withhold £
iff* the possession of th# w
described land and pr*m-
tuthweat one-fourth of th#
William Chisholm Survey, being
acres, in orange County, Texas.
Plaintiff* sue herein for the title
*nd possession of the said lands and
premises and for damages In the sum
of $10,000, for rente in the sum Of
$1,000, and for costa of court- •
Herein fail not, and have before
said Court, at it# aforesaid next Tit-
ular term, this writ with your ra-
turb thereon, showing how you have
executed (he seme.
Given under my hand and the Seal
of said Court, at office In Drango,
SB, this the 6th day of May, A. D.,
ml F. BRANUM. Clerk District
Court, Orange County.
■—Seal of the Court——
Mrs. Noble will open a 8umroer Cl^sa
in classical dancing and expression.
81$ 6th St., phone $47.
MUlions of America’s
Bert, Housewives Ui
THE WORLD'S GREATEST 1
Positive Proof That It Is
America's Preferred Bake-Day Aid
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Reverend Smith lived in Dewey-
ville where he was pastor of the
Methodist Church. He alsd served
as pastor of the Second Methodist
Church of Orange, and the Evadale
Methodist Church. He had closed
a revival at the church here Max#**),
JJe has served as a ministjg in
East Texas- for many years >and is
well known throughout this/seetlon.
At DeweyviUe he taught a- largo
meq's Bible, class composed of all
denominations with great success.
A new cure for colds in the head« Mrs. Smith wilt arrive here at
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Saturday Specials Values
Sale of Women’s Novelty Low Shoes
for about a year and a half. Mrs.
.Smith wb the widow of the late
John Burns, of Center, Texas, who
died shortly after making the race
for congress three years ago.
Reverend Steve McKinney, pre-
siding elder of th* Beaumont dis-
trict, has been asked to- hold the
funeral services. Relatives of Rev-
New styles in patent leather, and black ar*d
blonde satin pumps. Attractive strap effects.
All on sale Saturday at the following prices:
$5.00 Low Shoes for Women, pair ...................................... $3.89.
$6.0(J Low Shoes for Women, pair........
$6.50 Low Shoes for Women, pair ........
$7.50 Low Shoess for Women, pair ... ....
$10.00 Low Shoes for Women, pait....................-................. $7.89.
$2.50 Silk Hose» chiffon and medium weight,
black and all colors, Saturday special, pair,
Saturday Sale of Men’s
$2.50 Straws, on .sale for $1.89.
$3.00 Straws, on sale for $2.49.
$3.50 Straws, on sale for $2.95.
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$4.00 Straws, on sale for $3.35. f $7.50 Summer Oxfords, $6.35.
Sale of Men’s New
Black, Tan, Brown and White
canvas Oxfords, featuring the
new bull-dog toes, straight lasts,
swing lasts, etc. Extra good
quality footwear at reduced
prices for Saturday.
$6.00 Summer Oxfords,
$6.50 Summer Oxfords,','!
Men’s Topkis Unions
madras or checked
Nainsook, sizes 36 to
$1.00 Uncle Sam
Blue Work shirts, 2-
pocket style, sizes
14-1-2 to 17, each
$125 Boys Tom
Sawyer Sport Blous-
es, fast colors, Satur-
day special each,
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Hicks, Robert E. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 315, Ed. 1 Friday, May 22, 1925, newspaper, May 22, 1925; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth642300/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.