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3y Mra. C. R. McManaway
Society Editor
Phone 98 Before 12 Noon
PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE
MEETINGS HELD
Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. K. j
"W. Ham with seven members and
one visitor present. Mrs. George
A!. Flanagan conducted the meet
ing «n the absence of Mrs. fc. 1.:
Oolbee. The Christmas basket
was planned and Mrs. Oscar Lat*
will act as chairman. Mrs. Ham
conducted the program and Mrs.
L. T. Wiids, Jr., the Bible study.
Mrs. G. N. Moland was hostess;
to the meeting of Circle No. 2
with 10 members and six visitors
in attendance. Mrs. J. W. Bailey,
the chairman, conducted the busi- j
nets session. Mrs. Moland gen
erously give a Bible to be used in
the Presbyterian church of the
eolored oeonle. An inspiring de
votional program was given by.
Mrs. A. G. Randolph who will be;
the Bible teacher from now on.
Lovely Christmas stories were
read by Mesdames 0. Y. Brown
lee and Bailey on the subject,
Christmas in Homes of Our Min
isters. A circle of prayers com
pJeted the program. I
The meeting of Circle No. 3 {
was held at Mrs. E. R- Black s i
home with Mrs. E. R. Sutherland
presiding. After the business a
Bible lesson from the Book ol
Psalms was taught by Mrs. N.
Holberg. Mrs. C. H. Parsons had
charge of the program on Minis
terial Relief. Nine members were
present.
Mesdames Henry Allen and C.|
C. Richard were joint hostesses
at the former's home to the meet
ing of Circle No. 4 over which;
Mrs. W. B. Reid presided. Thir- :
teen members attended. Mrs. i
Tri* Brittain presented a pro- l
gram on Christmas in the Homes ,
of Our Aged Ministers. Mrs. J.
E. Eckerman taught a Bible
study from Psalms.
Circle No. 5 held its session as (i
a supper meeting at the church i
house, this being the first meet- ,
ing over which Mrs. W. J. McCoy
has presided. Seventeen answered
to roll call. The business session 1
was conducted about the table. ;
Miss Emma Sample was in charge '
of the program which carried out 1
the Christmas idea. Each one
took her part of the program
from a decorated three and thus
shared the song or reading with
the others. The Bible study was 1
given by Mrs. Almonte E. Jones.
Mrs. Lawrence McKay enter
tained the 11 members who a'- 1
tended the meeting of Circle No.
6. Mrs. Walter Carpenter pre
sided in the absence of the chair
man. Mrs. H. V. Staton. Mrs. j
McKay gave notes from a meet-'
ing of the executive board. Mrs.
R. S. Gibbs. Jr., made plans for'
a Chrstmas basket. Miss Martha
Willis, in the absence of Mrs. T.
H. Franks, taught the Bible study.
The program was in charge of
Mrs. Wilbur G. Lingo.
♦ * «
DELIGHTFUL RECITAL
PLANNED FOR TOMORROW
A lovely recital will be given at
the First Baptist church tomor
row (Wednesday) afternoon at
the First Baptist church by th«:
younger as well as more advanced
pupils of Mrs. J. F. Brooks anu
Miss Mary Brooks. There will be
some charming organ numbers
also, as well as piano and orgai.
rr
CHARLES
IftUGHTOn
Portrays the life and
loves of the most noto
rious character in his
tory—A forgiving soul
-—always ready to bury
the hatchet ... in his
wife's neck. Here's a
f- picture unlike anything
you've ever seen be
piEfe-'
The hivate (ife of
H£\RY \1II

FHELMA ZASU i\
TODD PITTS
in
"ONE TRACK MIND"
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS
! WEDNESDAY
La.ft Showings Today
Marie Dresaler
Lionel Barrymore
in
'Christopher Bean'
'Canning Season' for Georgia Peaeh :
The tfame of hearts they started wound up as solitaire, so Corliss
Palmer Brewster, one-time famous "Georgia Peach," beauty contest
winner, divorced Eugene V. Brewster, who lost his millions. He pre
ferred solitaire to her companionship, Corliss charged, and she put
on he most engaging smile when she appeared in court, as shown
lere. to prove that his taste was all wrong.
lumbers together. Patrons and
iny interested friends are cordial
y invited to attend.
Among the pupils of this studio :
ippearing on the delightful pro
rram will be Bessie Brenner, Vir
:inia Brookshire. Ruth Byers,
lelen Corn, Betty Anne Drys-!
lale, Madge Glazener. Florence
ind Alice Hull. Mary Gardy, Dor-.
>thy Ingram, Betty Jenkins, Mary i
Catherine Keith. Johnnie McLeod,
Tharles Morrow HI. Nancy Noble, !
Drlando Puig, Ilia Puig, Nancy1
L,ove Ranson, Claire Belle Beaben,
Maud Staton, Mollie Young Sud
luth. Sara Stewart. Barbara
A'hite. Misses Myrtle Bennett and
Claris Russ and John Baughman
md John Brown.
METHODIST CIRCLE MEETS
Circle No. 5 of the First M. E.
:hurch met last evening at the
home of Mrs. Horace Morris, witn
Mesdames L. P. Strider and
Charm Morris as joint hostesses.
The chairman. Mrs. Clarence
Bishop, told a beautiful Christmas
story. The following officers were
jlected: Chairman. Mrs. Paul
Johnson: vice-chairman, Miss Lois
Moss; secretary. Miss Eugenia
Brown; assistant secretary. Miss
Winnie Hogsett; treasurer, Miss
Claudia Sims; assistant treasurer,
Miss Tomraie Shepherd; publicity,
Mrs. H. V. Godfrey: assistant.
Mrs. 0. Lee Allen; mission study
leader. Miss Mabel Bautrhman;
assistant. Miss Cecil Shepherd.
Other chairmen and such elect
ed were: Agent for The Worl 1
Outlook. Mrs. W. C. Armstrong;)
assistant. Mrs. Frank Feather
stone; devotional leader, Mi. s
Margie McCarson; assistant. Mrs.
L. P. Strider; social service, Mrs.
J. D. Waddell; assistant, Mrs.
Hcrace Morris; house committee
chairman, Mrs. J. B. West; assis
tant. Miss Vera Whisnant; pianist,
Miss Kate Doston; program com
mittee chairman. Mrs. Bishop; as
sistant, Miss Janice Browning.
Mrs. Baughman tausrht the Bi- r
ble study. A beautiful quartet,!
Silent Night, was rendered by
Misses Dotson. Shepherd, McCar
son and Mrs. S. G. Staton, accom- j
panied by Miss Whisnant. Sand-!
wiches and individual cakes, fea- j
turing the Christmas motif, were
served with Russian tea to about
thirty quests, including several
visitors.
♦ • ♦
MISS BROWN HONORED
WITH SHOWER
Miss Ruth Brown, whose mai
riage to Mr. David Mashburn will
fce an interesting event of Decem
ber 24, was honored again last
evening by the Y. W. A., of the
First Baptist church, of which she
is a member, with a shower. The
home of Mr3. W. H. Ford, their
councilor, was the scene of the
lovelv affair and Misses Mossy
Lee Ward and Una Belle McMur
ray were joint hostesses.
Poinsettias. holly wreaths and
other Christmas evergreens added
a festive note to the setting. Th? j
younjf women also surprised Mrs.
Ford by giving her a handkerchief
I shower later. A sweet course was
served attractively.
* * *
I BELLE BENNETT
SOCIETY MEETS
I •
The Belle Bennett society met
v?sterday afternoon at the home
' tr a Crowell, with Mrs.
• JCorriher as assistant hos
tess. The chairman, Mrs. H. C. i
j Ranson, led the Lord's Prayer as I
E!^mnAf«ature- A Christmas
j basket and help for a needy fam
ily were planned. The program
ESJE?1, byT Me^ames A. S.
Bro vninj?. Jr., j. n Brunson and
f JlTowed STpThC di*mis8al Prayer
were ?;rv Jh ^ *"d sandwicheS
hour, n* the social
BAPTISTS HAVE ALL
DAY SESSION
The missionary society of the
First Baptist church held an all
day session for foreign missions
yesterday. Fifty members and.
several visitors were present. The,
five circles and their leaders too!.;
part on the program, each one j
giving devotional exercises and j
interesting talks on the work in |
the foreign fields. Miss Martha
Sullinger made a touching talk on j
Lottie Moon and her work in ,
China. This part of the program |
was closed with prayer by Mrs.
B. A. Egerton.
Mrs. Noah Hollowell conducted
the business session at which
time the Lottie Moon offering
was taken. Reports from the cir
cles were good and the Martha
Sullinger led in attendance. It
was voted to accept the report of
the nominating committee and the
following officers were declared
elected: President, Mrs. E. R. Os
borne; first vice-president, Mrs.
Howard Bennett; second vice- i
president, Mrs. A. L. Beck; third |
vice-president, whose work con-•!
sists of directing the young peo -1
! pie's activities, Miss Mamie Perrj i
j Mrs. Noah HoOowell was electt fa
!recording secretary; Mrs. W. 1 'M.
| Swanson, treasurer; Mrs. I. $.
, Hughes, assistant treasurer; Mi ?
j J. M. Stewart, Sunbeam cha ,j ■
man; Mesdames W. F. Bowman
and G. C. Peebles, Junior G. } a.
'councillors; Mrs. Hoy Benn v tt,
ithe Intermediate councillor; M rs.
; Harley Shipman, .royal amba? sa
dor councillor, and W. H. 1<* ord
as Y.W.A. leader.
; A rising vote of apprecirv tion
was given the president, ] Irs.
, Hollowell, and other officers of
the society for their effir; lent
(services. The names were d:#uwn
! for the 1934 circles. The cl<*3ing
iprayer waj offered by Miss ,Sul
I linger. \
i * * *
; PE&OIRI, !
pflQc^-pflPMr
Mrs. Boyco WH/tmire n/id littlo
Boyce, Jr., left this afternoon for
Jacksonville. Fir-, for a holiday
visit to her pare its, Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Bean. Mr. Whit mire will
join them just before Christmas.
Mrs. Webb Wilkes is spending ;
some tim; at the ho^is of Misses!
Carrie and f^lizabeth. Hughes, on ;
Sixth avenue west.
M rs. J. T. Fain if spending i I
few days in Atlanta, -Ga., with Mr. |
and Mrs. George Rai ley.
Bill Stridor has go ie to Griffin. I
Ga.. for a visit with his aunt, Mrs.
W. C. Gfhson. He will be away f
about a month.
Miss Ptsarle ZickgU'af, formerly
of Hendesrsonville, who is now
living in Franklin, is the guest of
Miss Doris Arledge in Druid Hills.
Defer Hearing
On Liquor Tax
WASHINGTON, Doc. 12. (UP)
Failure of treasury and other de
partmental i»xpertto appear at
a joint congressional hearing on
the proposed liquor tax legislation
yesterday precipitated a Kepubli-,
can attack on "c'ilatory" adminis
tration method ?.
Chairman D<c-ughton of the
house ways and means committee
and Chairman Harrison, senate j
finance commi ttee, said Acting;
Secretary of Treasury Morgen-1
thau had asked jnore time before
the appearance of experts froii
his department and members of
President Rooseivelt's inter-de
partmental committee on alcohol
control before recommendations
are submitted to the congressional \
group. - I
SISTER MARY'S
KITCHEN f
BY SISTER MAKY
SEA jterrlce Staff Writer
CHILDREN and grown-ups alike
delight in a box of Christ
mas cookies.
Cookies that aro made into
fane shapes must, of course, be
rolLed. If this cookie dough ia
thoroughly chilled. It can be
handled more easily. Overnight
shilling, '.n the case of ice-box
cookies, is not necessary, but one
9r two hours in the refrigerator
stiffens the dough so that the
minimum amouut of fl'ur can be
used. This insures a crisp, deli
cato cookie.
Crisp Cookies
One cup butter and lard com
bined. 2 cups light brown sugar,
2 eggs. 2 tablespoons water, 1 tea
spoon vanilla. 31-2 cups flour, 2
teaspoons haking powder, 1 tea
spoon soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup
chopped nut meats. 1-2 cup shred
ded citron.
Cream shortening and gradual
ly heat in sugar. Beat, until
creamy. Mix eggs, water and va
nilla and beat with a dover beat
er until light. Add to first mix
ture and beat until blended. Mix
and sift flour, salt, baking pow
der and soda. Add to first mix
ture with nuts and citron and
mix thoroughly Cover mixing
bowl with plate and chill sevoial
hours. Roll on u lightly floured
molding boat d, taking a small
amouut at a time and rolling into
a thin sheet. Cut with a sharp
cookie cutt 'r dipped in flour. Bake
eight or te.» minutes in a hot oven.
Three hundred and seventy-five
degrees F. is a good temperature
for these cookies.
Chocolate Brownies
Two squares (2 ounces) bitter
chocolate. 1-2 cup flour, 1-2 tea
spoon salt, 6 tablespoons butter,
1 «'up sugar, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon
vanilla, 1-2 teaspoon baking pow
dei. 1 cup chopped nut meats.
Melt chocolate and butter over
hot water Add sugar and beat
until creamy. Mix and sift flour,
salt and baking powder. Boat
egg* until light and add to sugar
mixture. Beat thoroughly and
add dry ingredients with nuts and
'anilla. Spread the mixtuie in a:

k
Tomorrow's Menu .
BREAKFAST: O r a n g e
juice, cereal cooked with
dates, cream, crisp toast, milk,
coffee.
LUNCHEON: Spanish rice,
cabbage- apple raisin salad,
Boston brown bread, milk,
tea.
DINNER: Noodle soup, pan
broiled pork chops, twice |
baked sweet potatoes, corn i
custard, stuffed prune salad,
baked apple dumplings, milk, |
coffee. |
a
lightly greased and floured shal
low pan. The batter should no:
be more than 3-4 inch thick. Bak<
in a moderate oven (350 degreei
F.) for 30 minutes. Cut in smalt
squares while warm.
Molasses Cookie#
Two cups molasses. 1 cup but i.
ter, 7 cups flour, 1 tablespoon
cream, 1 cup granulated sugar, 2
tablespoons cinnamon. 2 teaspoon*
ginger. 1-4 teaspoon allspice.
Cream butter with sugar.1 Add
cream, molasses and spices. Slow
ly work in flour until the dough
is stiff enough to roll and handle
easily. Roll very thin on a floured
molding board, cut in fancy
shapes and bake in a moderate
oven.
Teppernuts
One cup corn syrup, 1 cup bak
ing molasses, 1-2 cup shortening.
3-4 cup brown sugar, 5 cr,ps flour!
1-2 teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon cin
namon, 1-4 teaxpon cloves. 1-2
lemon (grated rind and juice),
1-2 cup blanched and shredded
aln.onds, 1-2 cup shredded citron
Warm syrup and molasses ana
add shortening and lemon juice.
Add remaining ingredients, mix
ing and sifting flour, spices and
soda. Sift several times to be sure
soda is thoroughly mixed through
flour. Roll into little balls the
size of a murble and bake in a
moderate oven until brown, about
15 minutes.
These cakos are hard when first
baked but soften as they ripen
and will keep almost indefinitely.
SPECIAL SERVICE BUREAU,
Room 305. 461 Eighth Ave., New York, N. Y.
Enclosed find ten cents for which please send me one cony
of "50 DESSERTS" by Sister Mary.
; Name .
Street
i
Citv .
GRANGE WOULD
COACH U. N. C.
Said to Lead Those Under
Consideration as Collins'
Successor
CHARLOTTE. Dec. 12.— (UP)
—Harold "Red" Grange, former
University 01 Illinois Ail-American
now playing with the Chicago
"Jcars, orofessional world's cham
pions, is being considered a suc
cessor to Charles "Chuck" Collin*,
head football coach at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, a mem
ber of the University athletic
council said yesterday.
It was understood that Grange
has applied for the job and leads
the list of those now under con
sideration.
Others advocated by alumiii
*.vho opposed renewal of Collins'
contract are Ilunk Anderson, for
mer Notre Dame mentor; Dana X.
Bible, of Nebraska: Harrv Gam
age. formerly of Kentucky, ani
Chick Meehan.
CLIPPER SMITH QUITS
CAROLINA STATE
RALErGH. Dec. 12.—(UP).—
John P. "Clipper" Smith, licad
football roach at North Carolina
State College since 1931, formally
resigned yesterday a few minutes
nfter the joint alumni-faculty
rourcil declined to renew his con
tract.
His release also leaves the post
of assistant coach open, as that
position is subject to the head
coach's approval. The council
said, however, that Frank Reese,
present assistant, would be con
sider! d for Smith's job.
Smith was captain and All
Amavican guard on the 1927 No
tre i Dame team, and assisted
Knute Rockne as line coach in
192ft. going from there to Spring
field College, Springfield, Mass.,
to Georgetown, and then coming,
to North Carolina. He is a native
of Hartford. Conn.
French Premier
Carries Tax Plan
PARIS. Dec. 12.—(UP).—The
Government of Premier Camille
C'f.autemps won a significant vic
t jry in the chamber of deputies
^hen it was given a vote of con
fidence on the tax phase of its
1934 budget program. The vote
was 282 to 191.
The confidence vote came when
the chamber repulsed a right wing
amendment to article 12 in thj
budget program, designed t o re
store suppressed taxes as a ready
method of gaining needed reve
nues.
The vote was a forerunner of
the comfortable majority received
when the entire budget was voted
on. He intended to stand or fall
on his demands for a balanced
budget and. fighting the rieht
wing amendment, warned parlia
ment against "maneuvers design
ed to sabotage the government's
financial redressment project." 1
The chamber gave the govern
ment a second vote of confidence
shortly before midnight Sunday,
passing article 12 in the budget
plan, re-establishing certain emer
gency taxes. The vote was 292 to
224.
Advertise It or you may
have to keep it.
Tryon Erecting
$7500 Gymnasium
TRYON. Dec. 12.—Work on tlu
ccnstruction of a gymnasium
building for Tryon high school be
gan here Monday. When complete
Ihe building will be 85 feet by
100 feet. It will be of brick ve
neer. with gum flooring, and will
be provided with dressing rooms
and shower baths. The new gym
nasium will have a seating capac
ity of 500 people and is expected
to be in six weeks at
a cost of $7,500.
BLANTYRE j
0
BLANTYRE, Dec. 12.—.Junius
Huggins of Biff Willow attended
church at Blantyre Saturday
night.
Miss Bell Reed of Enka. spent
the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rickman
have moved to Pisgah Forrest.
Rev. J. W. Price of Brevard,
preached two fine sermons here
Saturday night and Sunday night.
The church appointed three
ushers Sunday night, W. L.
Frady, Raymond Reed and Claud
Rickman.
Charles Nesbitt and daughter,
Sarah, and Rev. F. H. Holdin
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W K. Duncan.
Those calling at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Reed Sunday
afternoon were Rev. F. H. Hol
din, Charles Nesbitt, R. V. Dun
can, W. L. Frady and ClauJ
Rickman.
Mrs. A. C. Rickman and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Powell.
Virgil Galloway of Brevard,
spent some time with Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Justus last week.
The past week was hog killing
time at Blantyre.
Doyle Hamilton of Little River,
was Sunday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Virpril Duncan.
Rev. Walter Holtzclaw and
Mitch George of Little River, at
tended church at Blantyre San
dav night.
Mrs. Virgil Galloway was Fri
day guest of Mrs. It. V. Duncan.
Miss Sarah Nesbit was the
guest of Miss Julia Hamilton one
night last week.
There is no substitute ft>*
newspaper advertising.
Announcement!
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Takes Pleasure in
Presenting
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BRITCHES"
With the Original Cast
— At the —
HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
Hendersonvilie
Saturday Night
Dec. 16, 8 O'clock
See Papers for Further
Details
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Last Showings Today
Licncl Barrymorc and Marie Dress'in ' Clirfsto-S—
Wednesday
Charles Lauglitcn portrays "The Ptiv.-'.-. !.i( - ; |*w.; Vlf
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Thursday 1
"Havar.i 'ViJcwr,'' with .I~an Clord-:!! ( I tv. r "l
zr.d A!! in J-r.kin- J
Barbara Stanwyck in "Eve;- In My
Saturday
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