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Miss Washburn Entertains At k Lovely Party Miss Nancy Campbell, Bride To-Be, Honored At Bridge Tuesday Afternoon Mis: Louise Washburn enter tained Tuesdpy at her home in Glen Arden at a bridge party hon oring Miss Nancy Campbell, bride elect of this week-end. Guests were invited for 3:30 o’clock and bridge v/as played dur ing the afternoon after which a salad course was served. Prize winners of the game were Mrs. Edwin J. Farrelly, high, and Mrs. Robert C. Cantwell, , won the low score prize.- Miss Washburn presented Miss Campbell with a lovely gift in crystal. Guests included Miss Campbell, honoree, Mrs. Robert C. Cantwell, , Mrs. SIherwood D. Dudley, Mrs. Alex Snead, Mrs. William Todd, Mrs. Edwin J. Farrelly, Mrs. Hampton Tillery, Mrs. Rhett Taber, Miss Margaret Bellamy, Miss Peggy Mocve and Miss Su sanne Hogue. Mrs. L. Paul Camp bell and Mrs. Edgar Garrabrant came in at the refr<- -hment hour. 4 MUSIC FESTIVAL PLANNED IN SPRING GREENSBORO, Dec. 11.—Plans and regulations for the twenty second annual state high school music contest and festival have been announced in a bulletin sent to North Carolina music teachers and leaders this week from the office of H. Hugh Altvater, dean of the school cf music, Woman’s college, and director of the contest. Scheduled for April 15-19 at the Woman’s college, the event will follow district contests-festivals to be held at Asheville, Boone, Lin colnton, Salisbury, Winston-Salem, Durham, Raleigh, Greenville, Fay etteville and Elizabeth City during the month of March. Thousands of school children will take part in the district programs where they will try for ratings to enter the finals in Greensboro. In charge of plans for this year’s contest are the following members of the executive committee: F. Stanley Smith, Raleigh; Herbert R. Hazelman, Greensboro; H. A. I McDougle, Greenville; James C. Harper, Lenoir; Mrs. J. R. Black well, Kernersville; C. E. Teague,! assistant comptroller, Woman’s college: and Dean Altvater, The bulletin in the hands of state musicians includes regula tions for classification of school bands, orchestras, choral groups, ensembles and individuals for com petetition; lists of contest num bers; district programs and chair men; and honor ratings of the contest-festival last year. 5 • * * I I I I 1 FOR EVERYONE! | I **t*mmm*n*i jj £ Nunnally’s and Whitman’s g | CANDIES | I 25c to $3.00 1 t n*n*r**n&%*n* 5 %* CUTEX • MANICURE SETS I $1.00 to $3.50 § S ft I COTY'S _ . . . . Z « WEEK-END Sfe*TS 3 I $195 5 » MVH&anwnmm 5 3 MEN’S OEM ZIPPER CASE ft A TRAVEL KITS g 1 SIM | ? 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Schuh, right._ CREPE MYRTLE CLUB WILL HOLD MEETING The Crepe Myrtle Garden club will not hold its regular meeting Friday afternoon as planned, but all members are invited to attend the meeting of the Sorosis Garden club on Friday morning at 10:30 o’clock, at which time Henry Reh der will speak to the club on ‘‘Christmas Decorations.” 4 WhenaCOLDstfttS StriKt back with THE INTERNAL-mJIP/ 25r for common f olds 254 | Stamp Defiance Chapter To Hold Meeting Friday The Stamp Defiance chapter. Daughters of the American Revo lution, will hold its regular meet ing at the Sorosis clubhouse on North Third street Friday evening at 8 o’clock. Among the business to be dis cussed is the proposed project for the chapter to sponsor a concert by the North Carolina Symphony or chestra during the State Federation of Musicians meeting here in May, 1941. This is to be a part of the convention program. Following the business meeting. Mrs. Eric Norden, chairman of Ad vancement of American Music, will have charge of the program. The St. Andrew’s choir directed by Seorge N. Walker, Jr., will present a group of choruses from “The Mes siah,” and a group of Christmas carols. Members are reminded that the annual Ellis Island shower will be held at this . meeting and are re quested to bring the usual articles, such as wool yarns, bleached and unbleached muslin in three yard lengths, needles, thread and buttons. a $ % •«* & I § s The complete success of your every social function this gay Christmas holi- g day season depends on lovely, correct 3 apparel. Our experience is your confi dence of getting smartness with latest % fashions. jjj SEE OUR SELECTION OF- | ★ EVENING GOWNS | ★ WRAPS § ★ ACCESSORIES | Our repuiation is your assur- § ance of individualiiy of style and | qualify! | Club Clock What-So-Ever circle of the King’s Daughters will conduct the regular meeting this after noon at 3:30 o’clock at White’s. The William Hooper Parent- | Teacher association will meet this evening at 8 o’clock. Miss Maude Webber will be guest speaker on Character Education in the subject Elementary School and the fathers are especially invited to be present. The Woman’s auxiliary of St. Paul’s Episcopal church will sponsor a simper serving either fried or scalloped oysters this evening he parish house at 16th 1 het street, from 5:45 uni m. Tickets may be secum. calling Mrs. Noe, 6932. The ladies of the general aux iliary of St. Andrew's Episcopal church at Wrightsville Sound will sponsor a barbecue supper to be given at the parish house this evening from 6:30 until 9 o'clock. A small charge will be made and the public is in vited. The Myrtle Grove Home Demonstration club will hold the December meeting in the form on a Christmas party this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the clubhouse. Each mem ber is asked to bring a guest. Members are requested to bring two small gifts for the Christ mas tree. An interesting pro gram has been arranged. Goldenrod chapter No. 142, Or der of the Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting tonight at 8:15 o’clock at the Ma sonic Temple, at which time the district deputy grand matron, Mrs. Keta Henley, will pay her official visit. After the meeting a Christmas party will be given. All members and visiting East ern Stars are invited to be pres ent. _ During 1939 nine of the most im portant American aircraft corpo rations had net sales totaling $255, 004,218, as compared to $171,016 - 224 in 1938. Seasonal Treats 0 Easy To Prepare In Your Home ■ / BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer You, in your own kitchen, can make those confectioners’ cook ies and small canes w’hich are a traditional part cf the Christmas holidays. For a few extra pennies, with a little more time, you can turn out superb candy-like cakes and macaroons which can hang, colorfully wrapped or boxed, on i he most neautiful Christmas tree, or be left for Santa C’aus to de liver on his penial rounds. CONTINENTAL SHORT BREAD (2 Dozen Pieces) Yolks of 6 hard-boiled eggs, 1 pound butter, 1-2 pound sugar, 1 pound flour, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1-2 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon best ground cinnamon. Cream butter. Add sugar and cream together. Mash hard-cooked yolks and cream together until light and fluffy. Sift in flour, a little at a time, using hands, work in flour. When butter, sugar, yolks and flour are perfectly mixed, add lemon juice and work until dough does not stick to sides of bowl. Use long, shallow baking tin, unbuttered. Spread the dough evenly in tin. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon sifted togethr. Bake in moderate oven (350 de grees F.) for about 20 minutes, or until a light golden brown. Cool slightly and cut into squares while still warm. To use the whites of the 6 hard cooked eggs, serve for luncheon in a rich cream sauce. Chop whites coarsely. Add to sauce with 3 ta blespoons green pepper. Season well. Serve on rounds of buttered toast. RICH FRUIT COOKIES (4 Dozen Small Cookies) One-half cup butter, 1 cup light brown sugar, 1 well-beaten egg, 1-2 cup evaporated milk, 1 1-2 tea spoons vinegar, 2 cups bread flour, 1-2 teaspoon soda, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-2 cup nuts, 1-2 cup raisins, 1 tea spoon lemon extract. Add vinegar to evaporated milk and stand a few minutes. Cream the butter and sugar, add the well beaten egg, the milk and the flour which has been sifted with the salt and soda. Add the nuts and raisins and lastly the lemon extract. Drop on well greased baking sheet and bake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 10 to 15 minutes. NUT MACAROONS (18 Macaroons) One egg white, 1 cup light brown sugar, 1 cup chopped nut meats, 1-4 teaspoon salt. Beat egg white stiff and dry. Add sifted brown sugar a little at a time, con tinuing to beat. Finally, fold in nut meats. Sprinkle with salt. Use a large cookie sheet, evenly buttered. Drop macaroon mixture by scant teaspoons at least 1 1-2 inches apart. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 20 minutes or until delicately brown ed. TOMORROW’S MENU BREAKFAST : Orange juice, hot mixed cereals, coffee cake, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Sauted and ba ked pork chops, baked sweet potatoes, buttered broccoli, lemon meringue pudding, cof fee, milk. The new Lockheed interceptor is reported to have a top speed of 500 miles an hour. The P-38 can climb 400 feet a minute, carries a one-pound cannon and five ma chine guns, and has a range of 1100 miles. j THE IDEAL GIFT I New Barbizon Underwear MONDAYS Thru FRIDAYS WMFD 12:30 P.M. PERSONALS Mrs. W. J. Hutaff and daughter, Miss Emma Gade Hutaff, have re turned to their home on Market street after a ten-day stay in Rich mond, Va. * * * Mrs. Rinaldo B. Page returned to the city Tuesday after a visit of ten days in Pensacola, Fla., At lanta and Columbus, Ga. * * * Friends of George Thomas Swain will be interested to learn that he is getting along nicely and has been removed from Watts hospital in Durham to James Walker Me morial hospital here. * Jjt * Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. LeGranc have moved into their new home in Magnolia Place. * * * LELAND SCHOOL TO SPONSOR STOCKING FUND THIS YEAR LELAND, Dec. 11.—The Lelanc High school’s grad- parents art this year sponsoring an emptj stocking campaign in order to se cure supplies and funds for the school’s underprivileged. Boxes will be - ’ in all store: in order to collect these m u c 1 needed articles. Thcv are appeal ing to the public for help. Article: such as old clothes, food of anj kind, old or new toys and monej if you care to give it will be gladlj accepted. Make your own Christmas a hap pier Christmas by giving freely tc this empty stocking fund. List of grade parents for Leland school: Miss Maultsby—Mrs. Sue and Mrs. Simmons; Mrs. Knox— Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Touchton; Miss Sessoms—Mrs. Lois Peterson and Mrs. W. T. Medlin; Mrs. Me Dougall—Mrs. Murrell, Mrs. Pow ell and George Hollis: Mrs. Mar tin—Mrs. George Ganey, Mrs. Her bert Long and Mrs. Dillon Ganey; Mrs. Waddell—Krs. Henry Lewis, Mrs. Dan Mintz and Joe Verzall; Mrs. Garrett—Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Rourk, Mrs. Adams and Mrs. F. L.. Gore; Mrs. Marks—Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Millican and Mrs. Reynolds; Mr. Britt-Joe Ver^ Chadwick; Mr. Wheless—Mrs l ^ non, Mrs. Ganey and \y 7 Adams; Miss Burratt-Johnnie p ’ terson, Dan Willetts, c f Krahnke and H. Allen- Mr r rett.—Mrs. Biggs, H. 6. '^ctpn and U. L. Rourk. 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