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Sorority Celebrates Founders Day
Californian Visits
Mrs. Juanita Rocquemore of
Merced, California, is houseguest
of Mrs. E. D. Venson, 4 North
10th Place. Mrs. Rocquemore is
visiting relatives and friends
My Neighbors
“Give me *horse op’ry* every
time. When they get stabbed,
they bleed , instead of sing!”
Holiday Centerpiece
An easy-to-make* “Glitter Sunburst” designed for the holidays.
A really “different” Christmas
centerpiece is the “Glitter Sun
burst.” It’s a three-tiered table
decoration that really sparkles. *
A glue-and-glitter “do-it-your
self” project, it is made with V -
inch thick sheets of Styrofoam
and a Borden’s “Holiday Glitter
Kit.” The Styrofoam and the glit
ter kit, containing plastic “pen
cil” tubes of “Elmer’s Glue-All”
and shaker type vials of colored
“glitter,” can be purchased at
hardware and variety stores.
Using a sharp paring knife,
cut from the Styrofoam three
scalloped “circles” approximate
ly 12, 9, and 6 inches wide, re
spectively, and two “dividers”
approximately 3Vi inches wide.
Cover one of the scalloped
pieces with the polyvinyl resin
The Far West Regional Dir
rector of Sigma Gamma Rho
Sorority, Mrs. Lessie B. Cross
land, from Los Angeles, Calif.,
visited Beta Mu chapter of
Phoenix. Her visit, though quite
brief, was inspirational. She in
stalled the local officers and
worshipped at Wesley Method
ist, where on November 24, grad
uate and undergraduate chap
ters celebrated founders day.
Installation of officers was
held at the home of Mrs. Bernice
Boykins. Mrs. Crossland was the
house guest of Mrs. Rosa J. Wil
liams. /
Merry Mixers Add Four
The Merry Mixers added four
to its membership in its last
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Washington on East Broadway.
Following business, the hostess
served a delicious ham dinner.
The group adjourned to meet
with Mrs. Lennie Williams, fol
the next meeting.
—Rachel London, reporter.
glue (it may be diluted with wa
ter for easy spreading), sprinkle
with glitter, then shake off the
excess and save it for future use.
Allow about 15 minutes for dry
ing. Follow the same procedure
with the other cut-outs, using a
different color of glitter for each.
Stack the scalloped layers in
pyramid fashion, inserting a “di
vider” between the layers, and
join the five pieces with glue.
For Christmas, tapered can
dles can be inserted into the top
layer. For New Year’s, glittered
“1958” Styrofoam figures can be
A full-sized pattern that in
cludes cut-outs for all 12 months
may be obtained for 50 cents from
Elmer’s Pattern Department,
Golden Chain Creations, P.O. Box
1560, Northport, L. 1., N. Y.

Would you like strolling down
Memory Lane with us while we
relive the social and other
events of five years ago, when:
Alberta and Ella Mae Washer
give going-away party honoring
their mother, Mrs. Tracy Washer
scheduled to leave in few days
for Philadelphia, Pa.
Pfc. Grady iHierron, here on
furlough, to visit parents, Mr.
and Mrs. David Herron, 1212 So.
15th Avenue.
The Rev. Charles K. Hayes
arrived this week to assume min
isterial duties at Tanner Chapel
AME Church.
Mrs. Juanity Dickey named
president of new Jack and Jill
Chapter. Officers installed by
Mrs. Emily Portwig, of Los An
geles, representing the national
• ISA •
Thursday— Join the Program
Council. 7:30 p.m.; Gold Star
Friday—Make Christmas cards
Luke-Greenway Auxiliary
Saturday—“ Sugar Plum”
dance, (bring a toy) Williams
AFB Band; LD6—Phoenix
Sunday—2:3o p.m. Exhibition
championship Ping Pong, St.
Monday and Tuesday—Record
Christmas cards, send personal
greeting; First Methodist.
Wednesday—Dance at Luke
AFB; Council of Jewislf Women.
Thursday— Movie. “Black
Shield of Falsworth”, Hadassah.
As a holiday hostess you can!
add a touch of Irish glamour toj
your entertaining and pique ap
petites jaded by the usual egg-j
nog or Tom A Jerry combina-|
The newest American favorite!
for holiday get-togethers is Irish!
Coffee, an Emerald Isle institu
tion ever since a wise Irishman
“Cream; rich as an Irish:
Coffee, strong as a friendly
Sugar, sweet as the tongue
of a rogue, and
Irish whiskey, smooth as the
wit of the land."
r The resulting drink is as warm-'
ing as a holiday hearth. Here is
how to make this unusual taste
y A cup of coffee
2 teaspoons sugar
1 Jigger Irish Whiskey
whipped cream
Fill a stemmed six or eight
ounce glass (or you can use a
cup) to within a half inch of the
brim with hot black coffee.
Add sugar to taste, then one
jigger of Old Bushmill's Irish
Top off with lightly whipped;
cream so that the cream floats
on the top. ( ,
Don't stir after adding the
cream. The unique flavor is ob
tained by drinking the hot coffee
and Irish whiskey through the
cool cream—and it will warm the
cockles of your heart, too!
Christmas time calls for busy hours of preparing goodies that can
be eaten all during the holidays. It’s such fun to make something
special of a simple snack during the yule season.
Here we have done just that. Mrs. Santa’s Cookies are a tender
cooky filled with nut-rich rolled oats. The cookies can be shaped into
any holiday motif for the dough is molded rather than rolled and cut
as it may appear. After the cobkies have been shaped and placed on
the,cooky sheet, decorate each one with pieces of candied cherry.
Next time you serve an after-school snack, TV snack or a bedtime
snack, be sure that Mrs. Santa’s Cookies are included.
Mrs. Santa's Cookies
Make* 2-112 dozen cookies
1 cup butter or margarine, soft 1 cup rolled oats (quick,
1/2 teaspoon vanilla of old fashioned,
1/3 cup sugar uncooked)
2 cups sifted enriched flour
1/4 teaspoon salt Red candied cherry pieces
Preheat oven to slow (325°F.). Beat butter and vanilla until
creamy; add sugar gradually, beating until smooth. Sift together
flour and salt; add to butter mixture, mixing thoroughly. Stir in
rolled oats, mixing until blended. Using a heaping teaspoon of dough,
press into Christmas shapes; decorate with candied cherry pieces.
Bake on ungreased cooky sheets in preheated oven (325*F.) 12 to 15
News Os The Week
B 4 Ben Washington
Buddie and Loyal S. L. Carr
were hosts to the Buddies Sun
day night. All members were
present except Loyal Billie Green
who was ill. Committees turned
in their reports announcing all
is ready for the big Night of
Fun, Saturday night. Proceeds
will go towards Christmas do
nations to the unfortunate. The
hosts served fried chicken. The
next meeting will be election of
officers, with Buddy Flanders
Crowley as host.
Have you bought your NAACP
Freedom Seals?
Rep. Carl Sims left Monday
for Chicago where he will re
present Arizona at the American
Public Welfare Convention.
Frances Gray and her Rhythm
Queens really “shook up” all the
guys and dolls and hep cats at
the Elks, Thursday night. You
should have seen that little
'‘cream” on the sax. Sorry you
missed it. They were tops!
Have you been digging these
I LIKE DOC buttons. We give
green stamps.
Going to the Moon for the
vvjeekend. Don’t laugh! You may
be going soon.
Q. How can I prepare myself
a good, general-purpose facial
beauty mask?
Using just enough sour milk
to fill the tip of a small spoon,
add as equal amount of honey.
Mix this together and spread it
over the face, under the eyes
and over the eyelids. Leave on
at least a halfrhour, uintil dry
—then wash off with lukewarm
4047 So. 16th St.
Phoenix Newest and Finest
Beauty Shop. Everything new
and modern.
Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Operators Mrs. Ethel Reid,
Mrs. Ida Steward,
and Mrs. Ida Creig.
PHONE BR. 6-9142
By Roberta Lee
Q. Just what is the proper way
for a woman to introduce her
A. To friends, as “John,” and
to acquaintances as “my hus
band.” The two names of safety
are “my husband” and “my
wife,” since they are proper no
matter to whom you are talking.
In business, “Mr. Smith”' and
“Mrs. Smith’’ are quite correct.
* * *
Q. If a girl has no parents and
she has no means of giving a
party to announce her engage
ment, how can slje make this
A. Her best way to do this is
through, the society-news page
of her local newspaper.
♦ * *
Q. Is it improper to blow on
a spoonful of soup or coffee be
fore taking it into the mouth?
A. Not if the blowing is done
very gently and inconspicuously.
Refrain from “blowing up a
• • #
Q. What is a suggested “thank
you”' note for a bride-elect to
write for a wedding gift receiv
A. “Dear Betty: It was more
than sweet of you to send us
such a lovely (whatever it was).
Thank you very much, and I
know that Bob and V I are going
to get a lot of enjoyment out
of it. Hoping that we shall be
seeing you very soon, Very sin
* • •
Cj*At the movies, is it proper
for people to remain in their
seats and compel others to
squeeze past them?
A. If by turning their knees
to one side they cannot make
enough room for others to pass
easily, they should by all means
Sweeping Cellar
When sweeping the cellar
floor, try using a damp sweep
ing compound, which will get
the floor cleaner and prevent
flying dust. Save all your old
coffee grounds and tea leaves,
soak them with sprinkle
on the floor, and then make
your clean .rweep.

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