Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1964 Page: 8 of 16
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Mrs. Willis Hosts
Clairette HD Club
Mrs. John Willi* vu hostm
Visiting in the home of the M
C. Lourys Sunday were Mr. and
By SUZIE ROBERTSON
- Mxm. IL B. Robertson and child-
ren vissi ted in the home of Mr.
and Mras. Elden McCormick of
Bledose over the weekend.
The TTiree Way Basketball
teams will play Carlton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lott vis-
ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
K. R. Robertsosn Sunday and
Visitors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Laney over the week
end were Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Laney, Mrs. Juanita Jackson and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Tad-
lock, Mr. and Mrss. Parker Her-
sch and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ed-
wards, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Laney
and children visited Mrss. J. I).
Drakes and Mrs. Sprinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Duvall and
daughter Mis. Gene' Layne and
granddaughter Kelley visited in
the home of Mrs. Duvalls sister
Mrss. J. A. Crawford at Hereford.
Mrs. L. D. Showbert of Johns-
villc went to Temple to bring
home Mr. and Mis. L. D. Show-
bert who is in the hospital.
Visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Showbert Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley of Burleson
and Mr. and Mrs. Clipper of Min-
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Loury, Vicki
and Jerry of Johnsvrtle, visited in
Fort Worth Saturday.
at her home Nov. 6.
Mrs. Loden, club president, pre-
sided and opened the meeting with
prayer and Mrs. Armstrong led
the members in song.
The hostess gave a scrambled
word menu for “Thanksgiving’'
and < Mrs. > Johnson gave the an-
swers correctly and was the lucky
lady receiving two household gifts.
Mrs. Sterling read the minutes
of the previous meeting and Mrs.
Armstrong gave a report of the
October council meeting- Flans
Were made for the annual Thanks-
giving dinner for the club mem-
bers. their families and guests to
be held st the recreation center
Nov. 20. Mrs. Loden will give the
program “Parade of Progress”.
Roll call warn answered with “an
ambition I have" and the members
signed a card for John Golightly
who is in the hospital.
Mrs. Alexander gave the pro
gram: “Cleaning Your Sewing Ma-
chine". Refreshments were served
to 11 members and one guest.
Mrs. Lois Halo and Mr. and Mr*.
Ley Hars, Pat and Carl Morrison
all visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Lexie Wells of Hieo.
Mr. and Mrs. Pate Huffman of
Stephenville visited Sunday after-
noon with his brother sad family,
Mr. aad Mrs. Frwd Huffman.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Leo Sparks and
Mrs. T. O. Sparks visited Sunday
afternoon with Mrs Stone hr De
Leon. Mrs. Stone has been iU.
C. W. Hare visited Sunday with
his niece and family, Mr. mad Mrs.
Ed Ivey of Cisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kelley of
Stephenville visited last Friday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Kelley. Mr. Kelley is on a
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Atkins of
McKinney spent Wednesday night
with her sister, Mia. W. W. Good.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hallmark and
Mr, and Mrs Eddy Wayne Hall-
mark and children spent Friday
and Saturday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brock of Fort
Worth. They also visited other
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Hickey vWt-
Mr and Mia. Gerald Fanning and
Martha Jo visited Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fan-
Visitors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Kelley Sunday after-
soon were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bays
of San Antonio, Mrs. Jim Bays
and Mia. Myrtle Kelley of Ste-
phenville, Mrs. Carroll Beyer and
Mary Francis of Shelby.
Hal C. Doremus
Presents Works to
The twenty-six volume set of
the Kent Edition of the Complete
Works of Juseph Conrad has been
given to the Stephenville Public
Library by H. C. Doremus. These
classic adventure stories, many
with emphasis on tales of the sea,
provide good reading for many
types of readers and are a wel-
come addition tc the Public Li-
Doremus also contirbuted a
set of five volumes of the History
of the American People as record-
ed by Woodrow Wilson. These val-
uable books were from the library
of Doremus’ father, J. A. Do-
remus, and were contributed in his
“Light from Many Lamps”, an
inspirational treasury of biograph-
ies and! quotations keyed to our
times as selected and edited by
Lillian Eichler Watson, is another
memorial book recently added to
the library. "Light from Many
Lamps” was given by Mrs. Ins
Young Burke in memory of C. C.
Try this versatile two-way recipe for holiday desserts. Serve Apri-
cot Betty Dessert crowned with whipped cream, or make luscious
Data Betty Bars for snacking. Both recipes use the same crunchy,
buttery Crumb Topping.
Treat, for the Holidays
Offenbach considered the “Tale*
of Hoffman” his greatest work.
Here’s a popular dessert that ter and brown sugar for luscious
can be made in two different, de- flavor, and quick-cooking oatmeal
licious ways, both guaranteed to for crumbly texture, this topping
win compliments. First, it’s a tan- is the factor that makes both des-
gy Apricot Betty Dessert you can serts so delectable,
serve with a swirl of whipped Easy to make, Apricot Betty is
cream; second, it’s a batch of a popular dessert any time of
Date Betty Bars, the tastiest snack year, and vou can dress it up for
you ever ate. festive occasions with a mound of
Both recipes have one thing in whipped cream and a bright red
common: the marvelously sweet cherry. Tart-sweet dried apricots
and crunchy crumb mixture that! are cut up and simmered wiifc
goes over and under the layer of sugar, corn syrup, water and a
date or apricot filling. Made with dash of salt. Their moist chewiness
chopped walnuts for crunch, but- is a nice contrast to the rich
■ -------------Crumb Topping.
A |kf Dates arq[ .plentiful this time of
year, so be sure to try the Date
Betty Bar version of this recipe.
MM III Lightly flavored with orange,
IUL ' these luscious bars are wonderful
By MRS. BERNIE HOLDER * ^j^**"0* iCe crwun-
Fay Henson, son of Mr. and j ~ Apricot Betty Desnert
Mrs. Arnold Henson, was buried . , 12 servings
her Sunday. Stephenville Funeral Buttered baking pan, 13 x 9 x
Home had charge of the services 2-inch
which were held in the Baptist Preheated 350" oven
Church, with Rev. Emil Becker of- j Filling
floating. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie j 1 package (11 od.) dried apn-
Herring sang two songs. cots, cut up
| cup sugar
The funeral of Bill Brooks is */» cup light cor psyrup
pending at this writing. He died ; l/t cup water
suddenly Sunday. Crumb Mixture
__ , , . • .u , i VI teaspoon salt
Word has been received that , cupR gifteti cellar, a„-pUr-
Floyd Dean Harmonson has re- | RC jjoup r ■
ceived first degree bums on the | , teagpoon bakin(r Roda
face due to an explosion at the j y *.,,**„ w|t
plant where he works in Fort. % cup fjrmly parkp<) ]jKht
Worth. < - l - j brown sugar
The R. H. Knijrhtfc visited rein- j 2^ cups quick-cooking rolled
tives in San Angelo over the j ontg> unc0oked
weekend. i cUp- chopped walnuts
Students from our community j cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
that were chosen for the Nation- Whipped cream, sweetened,
al Honor Society are: Vick Ulmer, To prepare Filling: In a sauce-
Mary Burns and Sandra La men pan combine apricots, sugar, com
water and salt. Over medi-
By MRS. W. J. HOWARD
Mrs. Doris Barnet of Marlin
visited Wednesday with her par-
ents, thq, W. J. Howards.
Mrs. Bill Howard, Barbara and
Billy visited Sunday afternoon with
her mother, Mrs. Pauline Phillips
There was a very large crowd
for the general election at the
Three Way School Tuesday.
Mrs. R. M. Grimes is back with
her sister and brother, Mrs. Rob-
bie Hansom and J. S. Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. Howitt Martin,
Susan and Ray of Stephenville
had supper with her parents the
W. J. Howards Monday night. It
was Deema’s birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Meador of
Stephenville visited Sunday night
with tfe W. J. Howards.
Word was received here by Mr.
C. L Brannon from Mr. Willis who
is a patient in a Dallas Hospital
is some beter. Mr. Willis lives on
the Carter place.
There are several people sick
in our community with colds.
A cat, part Malteese and part
just plain ’ole cat, lives at the
Alexander Post Office. He is a
faithful attendant for the daily
flag ceremonies. He is always
present for both raising and lower-
ing- the flag and always goes
through the saluting ceremony. His
mode of salute is neither military
he has a mode ail
his own. He falls on the ground
and rolls over and ove during the
whole ceremony. Who can say this
is not the correct method for “cat
salute”. Any way he is present
twice daily for the ceremony. The
Post Master declares he is a Dem-
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In dart" weather, birds fly clos-
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11m heat brin gto boil; reduce heat
to simmer and cook, stirring oc-
casionally, 8-10 minutes or until
mixture thickens. Cool to luke-
warm. Meanwhile prepare Crumb
Mixture: Into mixing bowl sift to-
gether flour, baking soda and salt.
Add sugar, rolled oats and wal-
nuts; blenj well. Thoroughly mix
in butter (mixture will be crumb-
ly). Press of crumb mixture
on bottom of pan. Carefully spread
with Filling. Cover with remaining
Crumb Mixture; pat down well.
Rake SfO-36 minutes or until ligrt-
lx browhed. Place on wire rack to
fHoh--Cut into squares; top with
sweetened whipped cream.
Date Filling Variation
2 packages (7 ’/S-od. each) pit-
ted dates, cut up
’A cup sugar
% cup light com syrup
1 tablespoon orange rind
V, cup orange juice
M teaspoon salt
In a saucepan combine dates,
sugar, com syrup, orange rind
and iuice and salt. Over medium
beat bring to boil; reduce heat to
simmer and cook 10 minutes or
until mixture thickens.
Thorntons in Fort Worth last
week and also accompanied the E.
Z. Boons to their ranch jn San
Saba County for a few days.
Tommy Gcaslin of Granbury
visited in the neighborhood Mon-
day. He told of the illness of his
mother and Mrs. Goaslirts Mother.
Mrs. Geaslin has been t in Okla-
homa for six weeks at the bedside
of her mother. The Geaslins aiSre
former residents of our commun-
Jbe Brooks and family visited
Surtday with his parents the Er-
Arlin Quarles was at church
Sunday enjoying seeing his relat-
ives and friends-
Mrs. Lamer Davis had two of
her grandsons with her at church
Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs.
Doug Davis and children. Davis is
now located at Austin.
Buzz Ihivis of Houston visited
relatives over the weekend and at-
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Elston
Were saddened Monday by the
news of the death of little Genie
Elston, the six year old daughter
for men... ^
The Florsheim F Brogue
Typifies Traditional Styling
i BY >*
AFTER SHAVE $3.50
of the Gene
fihe became sick late Saturday
and died ejpdy Monday. Doctors
performed an autopsy to determ-
ine cause of death. Stephenville
Funeral Home was in charge of :
Friends of Melvin Tipson are
glad to hear of his return home
after a serious illness in the hos- j
pital. Tipton is an executive in ,hc :
Lipan State Bank.
PTA met Monday night with
Mrs. Zelniu Thompson, new pres-
ident, presiding. An interessting !
Thanksgiving program was pro- ;
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