The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, November 6, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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The Texas Mesquiter
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Peters and
Jamie Lee, Peggy and Jimmy Ter-
rell left Thursday for Peoria, 111.,
to make their home. Miss Peggy
Terrell resigned her position at the
Cliett Insurance Agency. Her sister,
Nancy, has been employed in Peoria,
Sell it with a Texas Mesquiter
Dal-Kauf - Edwards
Miss Nannie Parker spent a week
with Mrs. Bill Austin.
Mrs. Mae Hall and Mrs. Jimmie
Boatwright of Dallas spent Sunday
night with Mrs. Erin Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hall
visited Mrs. Oma Snyder Sunday
Mrs. Mae Hall visited Mrs. Pat
Brockman and Mrs. Jimmie Boat-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J Anderson spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs.. Ander-
son’s brother, Cleve Edwards of Dal-
Mrs. Emma Raglin and daughter,
Frances and Mrs. Nellie Hamilton an
daughter, Emmat Lee and John Wei
of Wills Point were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs O.. S. Raglin
and Mrs. M. E. Kell". Afternoon
guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ty-
ler and grandson, Eddie Ray of Row
lett. Sunday night visitors were Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Freeman and child-
ren of Ft. Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill, George
Randall, Jr. of Dallas and George
Randall Sr of Clarksville visited Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Baker Sunday. Nn
the afternoon they all visited Mr.-
and Mrs. Van Brisco near Forney.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rublee and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Lelend
Taylor of Forney Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pippens and
daughters of Forney visited Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rublee and children re-
The What Not Club met Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Seth Hall for a
covered dish luncheon.
Seven members ad five visitors,
Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. Corrine Tho-
mas, Mrs. Oma Snyder, Mrs. Lillie
Anderson and Mrs. W. A. Bedford
worked on a Red Cross quilt and a
club quilt. Dan Gallup won the prize.
The next meeting will be Tuesday
November 10 at the home of Mrs.
Mae Hall for an afternoon meeting.
Try a classified ad in The Mes-
quiter for quick results!
ARMY SHOW HERE NOVEMBER 10-13
Travis O'Neal Durrett
Weds Miss Wofford
Miss Letha Wofford of Dallas be-
came the bride of Travis O’neal Dur-
rett, son of Mrs. Nora Durrett, Fri-
day October 30 in Ft. Worth. The
bride’s parents live in Irving. The
couple will make their home with
his mother. Mrs. Durrett is employed
,Jess Bruton, Charley Motley, Bob
Motley, Jess Hart, Woodrow Smith
and their cook left Tuesday morn-
ing for a fishing and hunting trip in
Bosque County near Meridan.
The war-time bride, like her
sister of more peaceful days, de-
serves a wedding cake which is
high in sugar content. It may take
a little sacrifice on the part of
the whole family, but any bride
will be proud of this lovely wed-
% cup margarine
lVz teaspoons almond extract
Vz teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups sugar
3 teaspoons baking powder
3^4 cups sifted flour
Vz cup milk
Vz cup water
6 egg whites, stiffly beaten
Blend margarine, flavoring ex-
tracts and salt. Add sugar grad-
ually and cream well. Sift baking
powder with flour 3 times. Add
flour to creamed mixture, alter-
nately with combined milk and
water, mixing after each addition
until smooth. Fold in egg whites.
Bake in three margarine-coated
9-inch layer pans in moderate oven
(350°F.) 25 to 30 minutes.
Spread frosting between layers
and on top and sides of cake. Dec-
orate with silver dragees.
Wedding Cake Frosting
2% cups sugar
1/3 cup light corn syrup
Vz cup water
% teaspoon salt
2 egg whites
1 teaspoon vanilla
Combine sugar, corn syrup, wa-
ter and salt and cook to 242°F., or
until syrup spins a thread. Beat
egg whites until stiff and pour
syrup in fine stream over them,
beating constantly. Add vanilla
and continue beating until stiff
enough to spread.
Other favorite recipes are found
in a full-color, 32-page cookbook,
“Foods for Fighting Trim.” Send
to National Cotton Council, Box
18, Memphis. Tennessee.
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The charge. This fast driving, hard
hitting cavalry will thrill audi^bices
nightly at the Cotton Bowl Novem-
ber 10-13. This cavalry is composed
of Negro troops from Fort Riley led
by 2 white lieutenants.
War will come to North Texas for
the first time in almost a hundred
years! The United States Army War
Show, presented by the War Depart-
ment, will take place in the Cotton
Bowl in Dallas for four nights, No-
vember 10th through 13th with a
Task Force of 2,500 officers and
men and 340 pieces of mechanized
equipment participating in one of the
greatest demonstrations of America’s
armed strength ever to be brought
before the American people.
This will be the fourteenth stop
on the long itinerary planned for
this Task Force by the War Depart-
ment and already more than two and
a half million people have witnessed
the shoy in cities from here to Bali-
more. The net proceeds go to Army
Emergency Relief which is the or-
ganization which serves the needy
families of men in the service.
Tickets are priced at 55 cents,
General Admission; $1.10 for re-
served section, and $2.20 for box
seats. Despite this amazingly low
price scale, the Army War Show has
raised more than $1,000,00.00 for
Army Emergency Relief and has ser-
ved the additional purpose of bring-
ing the American Army to the Amer-
Tanks, tank destroyers, jeeps,
command cars, radio squad cars, in-
fantry, mounted cavalry, signal
corps, medical corps, chaplains de-
partment and all the other phases of
modern warfare are part of this
mamoth event. The show takes place
nightly at 8:30 and last just 100
minutes. Adjacent to the Cotton
Bowl there will be the huge Battle
Depot showing every piece of materi
al used by the armed forces today.
This will be open from 2 p.m. to 10
p.m. every day of the Show’s engage
Grove P. T. A. and Dads
To Meet Tuesday
The Pleasant Grove P. T. A. will
meet Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the
Auditorium of the high school for
a joint meeting with the Dad’s club.
The band,under the direction of
Mr. Beck, will play patriotic music
for about thirty minutes after which
a short business meeting will be held
with Mrs. Grant Thomson, president
of P. T. A. presiding.
A sing-sonk of patriotic songs will
be sung, led by Mrs. Meddlin. A pro-
minent speaker will appear on the
PROGRAM AT TEXAN THEATRE
John Kimbrough in
Serial—“Gang Busters” No. 2
SUNDAY AND MONDAY— NOVEMBER 8-9
Veronica Lake and Robert Preston in
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TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 10-11
Ann Sheridan, Robert Cummings, Ronald Reagan
and Betty Field in
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 12-13
Jean Gabin and Ida Lupino in
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Cook, Mrs. A. J. The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, November 6, 1942, newspaper, November 6, 1942; Mesquite, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth855339/m1/4/: accessed August 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mesquite Public Library.