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. .I I.! J - , ,i i jljouse Guest Given Dinner .: Complimentary to Captain Xeltb Hayes, her on leave from ;two yean service with the army in, juasjca, a, dinner party was fiven by Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Men-eel, Men-eel, at their home Monday eve-Ulnar. ; Captain Hayes is the house guest of the Mensels. Originally jronv salt Lake city, he was formerly connected with the Col- umwa steel plant here. Roses and red berries were combined to form the pretty table appointments. , Places were laid for: Mr. and Wi. George TenEyck and daughter daugh-ter -Joan, or Springville, Mr. and Mrs. Max Scheble, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fister, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Spivey. Mr. and Mrs Grant Han sen, Mr. and Mrs. C. -W. DM man, Howard McKenn'e of BpringvlUe, the Misses Miriam and Lillian Young', Frank Men. set, the guest of honor and host nd Justus. :Is Gay Event r A delightful event of the holiday season was the annual "cousins" party Of the Madsen family, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Iceland Ice-land S. Madsen. Sunday evening. Miss Irene Kimber was In charge. A, variety of games provided amusement and George Kimber won the prize. A delicious pot luck supper was served. Those participating in the gala family event were: Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Ever- tt Hills, Miss Audrv Hlls. Mrs Vrl Clark, Mrs. Harold Hooley, Miss Madge Hooley, Mrs. William Beal, Miss Edna Gillman, Miss Beverly Fife, Garth Gillman. who has returned to Fort Douglas; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Kimber, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Madsen, Lois, Louisa and Betty Kimb-r, and Pvt. Vivian Madsen of the WACS. who has been home on furlough from Randolph - field, Texas. Provo WAC Returns To Post Honoring their granddaughter, Pvt. Vivian Madsen of the WACS. who leaves tonight to return to Randolph field, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Madsen, Sr., gave dinner at their home Sunday. Pvt. Madsen has been spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland S Madsen, who were guests at the tunner; also attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Madsen, Jr., and daugh ter Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Pres ton Madsen. Ruby Merrill Leaves To Enter Marine Training Miss Ruby Merrill, daughter of Mrs. H. H. Merrill, who enlisted in the Marines, in October, left Salt Lake City Monday night for Camp Le jeune, New River. North Carolina, where -she will receive her basic training. Miss Merrill was graduated from the B.Y.U. to '41, with a major in journalism. She was employed In Sacramento, Calif., and recently, at Geneva Steel, as a stenographer In the electrical department. Kiwanis Banquet And Installation Party Thursday Preparations are almost com plete for the annual Kiwanis ban quet and installation party to be held Thursday in the Joseph Smith building, announces President Evan Thomas. It will be a semi- formal affair, and the banquet hall win oe arranged in me xorm 01 nhrt,tm,q mnminv itr-- and a huge Reservations must be MrjJ- .EUis palmer entertained Entertainment features for the!ine,r xy at a oreawasx ai annual nartv include Kenneth itneir nome. vff v . . . . .v.. Stubbs, a Provo high school etu dent, in a series of pantomimes, a gJrlV trio, the Miss Donna and Gloria Singleton and Betty Gray, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Hoover; end a comic reading by Mrs. Vivian Larsen. Speaker for the evening will be Lieut-Governor Ed. Sheya of -the Utah - Idaho Kiwanis district, liii nil mnamri ..... j M " - 4 mmmmmmmmmmmamiumimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmKt.. mm i m- A Combine pork hocks, boiled potatoes, baby turnips and greens. plus spiced cranberry sauce. Family Together On Christmas Day Couple NAed At Bride s Home A Oirlstmas wedding was held at the True Scott home when their daughter. Velma and Dell S. Foote, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foote, were married by Bishop J. Earl Lewis of the Second ward. Christmas was also the birth- day anniversary of the bride's mother. A wedding supper was served to the 25 relatives in at tendance. The young couple will make their home in neasani View. Home For Yule Holidays; Feted Lt. and Mrs. Homer Stephens (Beth Bird) have been home for Christmas from Needles, caiir., where Lt. Stephens is with the coast artillery and anti-aircraft dlvison. In honor of the young -couple, a breakfast was given Christmas morning at the home of Mrs. Stephens' sister and brother-in- taw. Mr. ana Mrs. ua. iNeu nay ward. Guests were Bishop and Mrs. Victor J. Bird and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayward. Bishop and Mrs. Bird enter tained at a family dinner in the afternoon. Beautiful Christmas decorations were used. Eyes Are Safer- When Lashes Are Kept Unstarched The following enjoyed the de lightful event: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Freshwater and children, Wil. liam and Jay, of SaU Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Palmer and daughters Joy and Carol, from Camp Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert J. Palmer and daughters Diane and Shirlene, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sorenson, Douglas, Merta Rae and Naoma Sorensen, and Well-Cooked Pork Hocks Arc Good Low-Cost Fodd By GArNOIt MADDOX NEA Staff .Writer 1 Pork hocks are high in good eating, low- in points and cost They go well witha winter! vege- 4 Di,r tables, too. such as turnips,j turnip1 ArrSngCS Jl afiy Cooked well, they belong Bn the American family menu. I Pork Hocks with Greens 1 ' 'i V - .."Tr-y- DAEY HERALD TUESDAT. XCCEKBKB 31. IMS PAGE 5 MISS CAMERON: Twinkling. By ALICIA HART NEA Staff- Wroter Fringes on your eyelids no matter how fan-like their sweep are intended first to be useful; secondly, ornamental, "it you starch up your lashes too stiff with mascara," says twin wing Rose Ellen Cameron, John Pow. era' model, "your eyei become open ports of entry for flying tmngs. xour mane-up oecomes a Ends tonight! OTNRY f ALDRICH HAPNTS A HOUSE SUBMARINE BASE TOMORROW! 2 HITS! . . THEY CALL HIM A CHUMP! YOU'LL CALL IHM A IIXRO! 2nd Action Hit! HOPPY RIDES AGAIN in "FALSE COLORS" with ... WILLIAM BOYD "as HOP ALONG CASSIDY Orem Lions Club The annual Yuletide party of the Orem Lions club will be held in the Tlmpanogos ward amuse ment hall Thursday evening at 8 Four pork hocks. 2 teaspoons o'clock, a turkey dinner to be salt, 2 bunches white turnips with arranged by the Relief society STARTS TOMOORAW! TWO ACE HITS! will speak on the theme: "Keep America American." He will also direct the installation proceedl ;s of the newly elected officers of the - Provo .club: PeteA Jensen J presiaeni, josepn j. ciarK, ana George L. Young, vice presidents, and, Clyde. Crockett, Allen G. Brockbank, James M- Fulkerson, and S. Richmond Young, directors. direc-tors. Family Dinner Compliments Son Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Boyce gave a family dinner Christmas dav in honor of their son, Garth Boyce, U. S. Navy, and his wife and baby daughter, Vicky Lynn, who arrived ar-rived from Corpus Cristie, Texas, They were en rout to M'mecia Calif., to attend naval school. A Christmas tree and other motifs of the season were used in decorating. Covers were laid for 15 family members, ana guests, Mrs. Fred Babcock of Call fornla. M , ri'O All fb filiflef cwl 4 p V ;V glaator of lb "."LssA Bredwey ocsfcel. I 1 'iJSS-l p!w S!38fro...s!s I I 5) 1-3-playl3 Prr I fffurrfmJ - y "Treses V rHll ( ,n,y .S,na,r' I daughters, Norma and Marojrie. Gifts were exchanged and the rooms were bright with Christmas Christ-mas colors and emblems' and a beautifully trimmed tree. A Christmas dinner was given Sunday at the Palmer home, in honor of their son, George, who Is entering the service January 6. A lace cloth was used and Christ mas tapers and holly formed the centerpiece. Son, Friend Holiday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duke were pleasantly surprised with a Christmas Christ-mas visit from their son, Pfc. Robert Rob-ert P. Duke and his companion, Corp. Murry Lund from Camp Hale, Colo. The Dukes entertained Christ mas eve, the following guests en loying a chili suDper: Mr. and Mrs. William Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowers. Mary Demos, Pfc. Robert Duke, Thomas Allen and the host and hostess. A Christmas dinner was en ioyed by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duke of Burley. Idaho, Corp. Murry Lund, Pfc. Robert Duke Thomas Allen and Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Duke. The centeroiece was a bowl of fruit and lighted tapers were on either side greens Scrub pork hocks. Cover with cold water. Add salt. Simmer about 2 Mi hours, or until hocks are tender. Scrub turnips wash greens. Add turnips and! greens 1 hour before hocks are cooked. Pork Hocks Split Pea Soup t M K S loerves ) . , , . Two pork hocks, 1 teaspoon f li ir f ralnflar salt 1 wound snlit oeaa. 2 carrots. i V I W U VOii 'WUl diced, 1 cnion, minced,' milk, toasted bread cubes. Cover with Scrub pork hocks. cold water (about 6 cups): salt, simmer about 2H hi Orem Mrs. R. D. Wells entertained at a turkey dinner at her home on Christmas day. A lovely bowl of flowers formed the centerpiece for the table at which covers were Miid for Mrs. Anna Olsen and daughter Barbara, of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pyne and children, Joan and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells and children Lee Ann and Dixie, Mr and Mrs. George Carroll and the hostess. AC Dee Elder Is home from Denver to spend a houaav fur lough with his parents, Mr. andj Mrs. L. M. Elder. Mrs. Sterling Patten of Spring City spent the holiday week end with her husbands parents, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Patten. Mrs. Alice Watts of Kanosh is visitine with her son, bishop J C. Watts and his family over the holidays. women, Elvis Terry Is general chair man, and Thomas J. Cordner will be toastmaster. Edgar Booth has charge of the program; Tony Rohbock, - decorations, and Glade hazard because it Invites disturb- nOMAfJf Pi JUMDlfl' JIVEl tag lodgers and resultant eye in- KOMAMX JU I.IK 1 14 J1VKX lection, one oi me numoer oi lll(jQf'lTI;RZ TH HILLS) 3 acciuenis eturnjuueu iu ute dcv- i enth columnrcarlessn8." I'flfi PICTURE THAT put you uuiu uavp to xorcgo QfYlS YOU twinkle, says Rose Ellen, if you'll brush out spikes after you apply mascara. If you walk on blowy streets or work In a war plant where things fly, wear goggles for extra eye protection. . Linebaugh, music. TRES JOLI Members of the Tres Joll club will meet Thursday at 1:30 o'clock i wiw.. hCIWCii I C move meat from bone. Chop meat; return to broth. Add split peas, carrots and onion. Cover: dimmer x nour. Tmn wim mux, it aesired. Season to taste; serve topped with oread cuDs. Breaded Pork Hock Scrub pork hocks; cover with cold water. Add 2 teaspoons salt; simmer about 2H hours, or until hocks are tender. Cool. Remove bones; press hocks into i shape. Roll in cracker crumbs: I dip in mixture of egg beaten with a lit tle water; roll asrain in crumbs. nace on greased baking sheet; Dane m very not oven (450 degrees de-grees F.) 10 to 15 minutes, or un tu crowned. Parties Benefit service Men In order to make the? leisure hours more enjoyable for the service men in Provo, students of uie -reaova .Dance studio contributed con-tributed to a cash fund ifor the Service Men's center, att Christmas Christ-mas parties held last week. conducted by. Madam Fredova. the parties were held at the close or tne regular class period, Each student took a friend. Gifts were exchanged and re-freshments re-freshments served. f SOCIAL ART A no-hostess Yuletide party is being given by the Social Art club members, for uieir partners, wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Will Jones. rebekXHs The Rebekah lodge will meet this evening after the usual ses ninn Tiii TitH tm a a nnrtv with cards and lunch will be held. I Orem Nurse Joins Red Cross Unit OREM Mrs. Loy Doss, for mer Alpine district school nurse has joined the nursing division of the American Red Cross. She re cently spent several weeks in San Francisco, California for orientation. orienta-tion. She has been assigned the Arizona, Nevada district and is doing recruiting work. At pres ent she Is located in Reno, Nevada. BYUWomenTo Entertain Guests IV Gifts will be exchanged. The B. T. V. Women are hold ing a semi-formal dancing party Thursday evening at 9 o'clock In the Joseph Smith building, the theme of which was "Russian Each member may Invite two j guest couples. , For 'Fresh as a Daisy Look NOWEnds Wednesday -,4)vf'f j Alow Cm Double Show Value! DelightMly Different MARGO JOHN CARRADINE Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gordon entertained en-tertained at a family dinner at their home -on Christmas day. In attendance were Mr. and - Mrs. Lynn Jolley, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Jepperson, Mr- and Mrsi Russell Kitchen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ford and their families, Mr. i Richard Hawkjns, Miss Elizabeth! Gordon, Cumorah and Dixie Gordon . and Mr. and Mrs.. Gordon. Mrs. Elvira Preece is spending the Christmas holidays with her son and his wife in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lucius Laudies were guests at a dinner pirty giv en by Mr- and Mrs. Ronald Price at their home in Ameriqjtn Fork, On Christmas day. Other guests were Mrs. H. W. Jacobs,) Mr. anl Mrs. Kletn Jacobs and tneir fam ily of Pleasant Grove. K . Mrs. Menu N. Crandali has re turned home from the "Utah Val- !eyhospital with her nelv infant daughter and botn are doing nice ly. Heiyoung son. Mickey, who has bean seriously ill forsthe past three weeks is. reported! as im proving nicely. . ". Tilt mrA Vmxr milliner canV their family spent Christmas day with her Parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Lawrence Walker at Llndon Mr. and Mrs. Mynard Jacobsen and sons, Dennis and Dean, spent Christmas with his parents, at Randolf. X , : SEATS ON SALE .NOW! 60c (in. tax), only capacity sold fe:.:.- . -, r. , POST-WAR neckwear made of nylon, like the one at left, will need no ironing after laundering, thus insuring an ever-new look. Meanwhile, you'll find the latest lines of crisp organdy and eyelet embroidered collars, jabots and ruffling will give that fresh-as-a-dalsy look to your dark dresses. (NEA Photo from Dupont) ! net FAYE CAIM MIRANDA rNit v BAKER 600DMAH AN 9 ORCHESTRA Last Times TONIGHT! EDW. G. ROBINSON In "DESTROYER and SHERLOCK HOLMES "VOICE OF TERROR" Starts I I 1 I ' L J.MVI Tnmnrrou ! I I I a f 1 i 1- DOORS OPEN 1:S0 P. M. l l!' 1 T - tarrmg (w5 -'W VUM SSS S3 BUSV 'A'-J. . nnnnoiinn izr'i Herbert ItlHklUllHLl. 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