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.-0—1 Mrs. N. J. Shepherd was hostess to the members of her bridge club and several guests on Thursday evening. Contract was played at three tables and at the conclusion of several progressions Mrs. F. J. Bounds was winner of top score prize for club members and Mrs. W. P. Kennedy received the guest prize. The hostess served a salad course followed by a sweet course. Those present included: Mesdames R. T. Daniel, E. B. Clark, C. F. Gore, J. T. Maddrey, C. S. Vin son, F. J. Bounds, B. G. Rodwell, C. E. King, R. C. Cornwall, C. R. Turner, J S. Selden and W. P. Kennedy. Miss Frances King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. King of Wel don was voted the most popular girl in the Junior Class at Greens boro College when the junior class superlatives were selected at a recent class meeting. Miss King is president of the Greensboro College Riding Club, member of the Irving Literary Society, a Greensboro College Player, and is in charge of the Dramatic ward robe at the College. She was a graduate of Weldon High School in 1933. On Tuesday night, December 17, at 6:30 P. M. o’clock the Com munity Club of Weldon will hold what they term as Ladies Night at the Weldon Graded School. A very entertaining program is be ing arranged for the guests and members. At this time the teach ers will be guests of the Com munity Club. Mrs. C. R. Daniel was hostess to the Thursday Afternoon Club, De cember 5th. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Pierce Johnson. It was re | Master of Ait Giant HONOLULU ... A most impres sive reception was tendered Capt. Edwin Musiek, master of the huge China Clipper, when he put the giant airmail craft down here on the his tory making first flight from the U. 8. to the Far East. ported that fiowers had been sent to Mrs. Jack Jennings, one of the members, who has been ill in the hospital. The Club decided to take an opportunity for Christmas. After the business the subject for the afternoon was taken up, which was as follows: “The German at titude, as prescribed by the Na zis’’, Mrs. James Johnson. “Fas cist attitude toward business and toward women”, Mrs. T. J. Mc Kim. The hostess assisted by lit tle Miss Mary Ann Daniel and Master Charlie Daniel served a salad course. Dr. and Mrs. M. Brown Holo man of Atlantic City announce the birth of a daughter, Nancy Lee, born December 2, 1935. A Festive Coconut Party Cake WHEN you prepare for company, don’t be afraid to make your tnost economical cake. You can tompletely hide its economy under k luscious coconut covering or turn It into a cake delectable with a delicious filling. Add these recipes to your repertoire. Coconut Boiled Frosting IMi cups sugar Vi teaspoon light' corn syrup 2/3 cup boiling water 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 Vi cups moist, sweetened coconut Combine sugar, corn syrup, and [Water. Bring quickly to a boll, |etirring only until sugar is dis solved. Boil rapidly without stir ring, until a small amount of syrup forms a soft ball In cold water, or Spins a long thread when dropped from tip of spoon (240° F.). Pour syrup in fine stream over egg Whites, beating constantly. Add vanilla. Continue beating with ro tary egg beater 10 to 15 minutes. Or dntfl frosting is cool and of right consistency to spread. Use wooden epoon when too stiff for beater. Spread oh cake. Sprinkle thickly ijWith coconut while frosting is still jflftft. Makes enough frosting to Ijecver tops hnd sides of two 9-inch fiayeih, or top and sides of 8x8x9 inch cake, or about 2 dozen cup . cakes. Mocha Coconut Frostipp 3 tablespoons butter , 3 cups silted confectioners’ sugar 3 tablespoons strong ooffee (about) Dash of soli ^ srs«t«>*<l,ooooW| _ J Cream butter; add part of sugar gradually, blending after each addi tion. Add remaining sugar, alter nately with coffee, until of right consistency to spread; add salt. Spread between layers and on top. of cake, sprinkling generously with coconut. Makes enough fronting to cover tops of two 9-inch layers, or top and sides of 8x8x2-lnch cake, or, about 2 dozen cup cakes. Lemon Coconut Filling 1 cup confectioners' sugar V* teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind V* cup lemon Juice 1 egg, slightly beaten U6 cups shredded coconut Combine sugar, salt, lefutin'flnd j and Juice, and egg in top pf -.double boiler. Place over boiling water and cook 5 minutes,. 6t Until pal*' ture is thick, stirring constantly^ Remove from, boiling water: add j coconut and cool. ' Makes enough) filling to spread between tiko 2-inch layers. Coconut Fruit £Wlno j I'cup cooked apricots 1 ,cttp drained crushed ptneappMi) Mi cup sugar J tablespoons Drang* JtlloC r *4 teaspoon grated Orange riftfi V > 94 cup moist, sweetened eooonus Combine apricots, pineapple, ah5 sugar in saucepan. Cook bver low. flame 5 minutes, or until, fruit is clear, stirring constantly.' Cool? add orange Juice, rind, and cocos nut. Chill before spreading. Makes about 2 cups filling, .or enough flU*) ing to spread generously between fell 11 given with this beautiful l LANE Cedar Chest V Open the chest and the tray rises automati cally. placing its con tents at your fingertips. $0075 Others from $iy.5U Imagine having the added convenience, me extra &turagc space of this Automatic Tray without paying a penny more! It’s perfect for small garments, little treasures. You can get at them without bending — without disturbing bulky bedding and clothing packed away The chest alone, with its charming design and beauti fully matched walnut veneer panels, is a buy at this price! With the Automatic Tray included it’s almost unbelievable value! Don't wait—select TODAY! Il .1 ■ - — "Mary Todd” The outstanding origi nality of this rocker lends it a delightful distinction. Graceful scroll arms and smooth mahogany wood rail around the back are beautifully simple while the rose carving on back > rail and pendant carving on outside of arms are of unusual charm. Named after Mary Todd, the wife of Abra ham Lincoln, this style rocker was exceedingly popular during the realnj .of her vivacious leader ship of Washington society after the Civil War. It is a piece of fur niture that will lend grace and charm to any setting. THIS YEAR INVITES SENSIBLE GIVING. NOTHING COULD PLEASE HER MORE, OR BE SO KIND TO YOUR PJJRSJ ..ASJJJIf Solid Mahogany Barrel Chair. WE EARNESTLY INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND TRY IT'S DEEP COMFORT .a chair* that gives us comfort and pride the gear around Our Large Store is Filled with Practical Gifts for the Home R.C.A. and GRUNOW RADIOS Ladies Fitted Cases, Floor & Bed Lamps Beautiful Odd Chairs, Living-Room and Bed-Room Suites. Many Useful Gifts in Novelty Silver and Glassware. More and more people are buying their furniture from this store. Our customers come from many miles — You’ll find better se lections for less money. Liberal Credit. Weldon Furniture Co. DIAL W-431 Weldon, N. C.