St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on November 20, 1935 · 23
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, , . . , , , . . . . ,, 1 - . , .. ' . ' S-ction. 1 OMEN'S -- OCIETY . . ligrotii Alko..., SIT NEWS - NFEAEwTsuR,Es QD , . NEWS - t . '10 . '- HOLLI1AIO NINAtlim.,,,i4 WANT ADS 1 . , , 0..,, 4,, 11101P.. 101 t 1 , , PART THREE ST. LOUIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1935 2 ' PAGES 10-80 IMI in , -I SOCIAL EVENTS MANNA MARY ROYSTON, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Grandison D. Royston of 441 North Hanley road, will make her social bow this afternoon at a luncheon which Mrs. Royston will give at the Bellerive Country Club. The main lounge where the guests will be received will be simply decorated with greenery, large woodwardis ferns being used to bank the fireplmte,in front of which Mrs. Roysreii:ber daughter and the debutante's grandmother, Mrs. A. B. Cole, will stand. The hostess- will wear a simply cut black crepe afternoon dress, street- length. with a black hat. Mrs. Cole will wear black velvet, with a black hat, and Miss Royston will wear a black crepe skirt with silver lame blouse and black velour hat. The large U-shaped table at which the guests will be seated will be a blaze of color, red roses being used in artistic profusion. Al! of the debutantes and several of Miss Royston's friends who are not making a debut are Included. - Another debutante to make her formal bow today is Miss Aurelia Picot Gerhard. daughter of Mr. and Mn. Julius W. Gerhard of 4579 West Pine boulevard. Her mother is giving an elaborate reception at the St. Louis Woman's Club in her honor this afternoon from 4 to 6 'clocit. They will receive in the large living room in the bay window, In a setting of greenery and red roses. Mrs. Gerhard will wear a Hatty Carnegie model of black crepe, in formal afternoon style, with close-fitting, floor-length skirt and long sleeves. Her flowers will be white orchids with purple centers. - The debutante will be gowned in white and silver lame, the tight-fitting bodice - fastened at the front with small jeweled buttons and the neck finished with a flat, round collar of kolinsky. The -very full puffed sleeves are banded at the elbow with the same fur, and the skirt is very wide and flaring. She will carry an armful of bright red roses. IHtuninated posts topped with woodwardia ferns will be used in the dining room, forming a glowing colonnade its entire length. The two long tables will be adorned with - center pieces of white bouvardia and roses in varying shades of yellow, while over the tables will be hanging baskets filled with the lacey branches of woodwardia ferns and festoons of laurel. Back of a smaller table' holding the punch bowl will be two illuminated columns flanking the tall mirrors. The ,debutantes who will take turns at serving will include Miss Lila M. Childress, Miss Ann Shapleigh, Miss Judith Oliver, Miss Blanche- Fische!, Miss Jessie and Miss Nancy Connett, Miss Lydia Allen, Miss Pauline Bartels, Miss Betty Freeman-, Miss -Katherine Burg, Miss Joy Gross, Miss Dorothy Grote, Miss Harriet Hulburd, Miss Elizabeth Johnston, Miss Jane Jordan, Miss Lucile Keeler, Miss Carol and Miss Elizabeth Mansfield, Miss Isabel ,,Moberly, Miss Dorothy and Miss Georgia Morse, Miss Irene Pettus, Miss Betty Jean Stougheton, Miss Phoebe Weed, Baroness Ilona von Schilling and Miss Martha Westlake. Friends of Mrs. Gerhard who will - assist are Miss Clara Gerhard, Miss Charlotte Gerhard, Mrs. Henry S. Butler, Mrs. Robert L. Jordan, Mrs. Ella Peters Lauman, Mrs. Joseph Mullen, Mrs. Thomas Powe and Mrs. S. B. Westlake., THE Grace Evangelical Lutheran -A- Church was the scene last evening of a lovely and elaborate candlelight service, when Miss Nelda Harriet Hefter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Heitner of 5745 LIndeU f boulevard, became the bride of Edgar W. ETterman, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Ellerman of 10167 Riverview drive. Rev. WilHam Peters performed the ceremony and Rev. Richard Jesse read the address. In a setting of greenery and many white chrysanthemums, the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white panne velvet, very simply made, the high neckline trimmed 1 , only with a rosette of orange blossome appliqued at one side, with similar treatment at the waistline, which was finished with a girdle of braided velvet The sleeves were long and tight and the clinging skirt was draped slightly in front, the long deeply scalloped train faced back with satin: Her long veil of princess tulle was attached at the back ot---ber head to a wreath of orange blossoms-and a large square veil was placed over this, covering her face. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and white orchids. , She was preceded to the altar by Mrs. Colin Mathieson as matron Thank heaven for your Sperber permanent wave, when the -holiday affairs get so busy you don't ' know which way to turn! Natural, soft waves that are a joy to arrange! 4942 Maryland FOrest 1700 - 302 Arcade Bldg. 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Miss Dorothy Jane Waltke, cousin, was In soft peach; anothrer cousin, Miss Gertrude Bufe, cerise: Miss Doris Aurien, deep apricot; Miss Margaret Blanke, orange, and Miss Beatrice Schulz, a rich red. !; The two-junior bridesmaids, Jac-Suzanne Nimock of New York, a cousin of the bride, and Gloria Ellerman, a cousin of the groom, wore floor length frocksoof pink silk net over taffeta slips, with short puffed sleeves edged with a (ruffle of the net, as was the high round neck. The full skirts, shirred at the waist, were trimmed with ruffles of net in festoons and finished with sashes and rosettes of Rink ribbon. They carried muffs of sweetheart roses, pink bouvardia and pink gerbia. The best man was Norman H. Heitner, brother of the bride, and the groomsmen included the bridegroom's cousin, Milton Kempfer; Wesley Wedemeyer, Dr. Frank Bosse and William Peters Jr., with William Heitbrink and Colin Matheison ushers. Mrs.. Heitner wore a gown of amethyst imported metal cloth, the bodice simply cut, with a cowl neck and back drapery, caught at the shoulder with amethyst clips, and the long skirt with a slight train. Her flowers were orchids. Mrs. Ellerman wore purple velvet with a cowl neck, trimmed with jeweled clits, the skirt draped in front and back pleats forming the train. Her flowers were also orchids. A reception followed at the Heitner home, which was decorated throughout with white roses and chrysanthemums. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Knox Nimock and their son, John Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. August Ackerman, all of New York, and Mrs. Raese Simpson of Nebraska. - Following a 10-day cruise to Havana and a visit in New York City and other Eastern points, the young couple will reside at the Branscome Hotel until their new home is , completed. Mrs. Ellerman is a graduate of Hosmer Hall 'and of Washington University in the class of 1935. She spent last summer in European travel. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Her grandfather is Louis H. Waltke. Mr Ellerman is vice president of the Ellerman Furniture Company. Announcement of the engagement and forthcoming marriage next month of Miss Margaret Hutchinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hutchinson of Hastingson-the-Hudson, N. Y., to Riveti Skinker Matthews, son of Mrs. Skinker Matthews of 502 Park avenue, New York and Claude Levering Matthews of St. Louis and New York, was made last night in New York by Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson. Mrs. Skinker Matthews is Continued on Next Page. , Continued on Next Page. - 1 cup water. ' Sprinkle with salt and pepper.: CROWD AT 3000 Women Attend Cooking School Held by Globe-Democrat Miss Jessie Marie De Both Pleases Audience at First Session With Featured Recipes; Second Program at Washington U. Today. A record crowd of 3000 women greeted Miss Jessie Marie De Both at the opening of the eighth annual session of the Cooking School of the Globe-Democrat at the Washington University Field House yesterday afternoon. After a brief introduction by Mrs. Margaret Chandler Porter, Miss De Both took charge in her usual gay manner and entertained the audience while doing the eooking in her jovial off-hand way, silencing the laughing crowd with her familiar "yoo-hoo, please," after one of her jokes. Miss De Both, in keeping with her Idea that a gay mood is a psychological help to better cooking, was dressed in a pink lame dress, which was sleeveless and low in the back, and a filmy pink net apron. Her low-heeled satin slippers matched her dress. Amplifiers Carry Voice to All ' The platform on which Miss De-Both does her cooking was banked with ferns and was hung with lavender curtains. Amplifiers, systematically arranged, made it possible for Miss DeBoth's voice to reach those who sat even in the back of the balcony. ' Aside from the actual cooking part of the program, a coffee demonstration, a stain removal demonstration and instruction on laundering of fine fabrics were features of the first session. The second session of the cooking school will begin promptly at 2 p. m. today. The class will meet Thursday afternoon- at the same time, and on Friday at 8 p. m., when Jimmy Conzelman, head football coach at Washington University, will take his first cooking lesson at the annual White Elephant party, with which Miss DeBoth will end her four-day school. Admission to all session; of the cooking school Is free. Yesterday's Featured Recipes. The recipes of the dishes that Miss DeBoth featured yesterday follow: RICE AND COCOANUT LOAF., 2 cups cooked rice. 1 egg, slightly beaten. 1 cup stewed, strained tomatoes. 3i, teaspoon paprika. 14 teaspoon mustard. 1 tablespoon grated onion. 1 can grated cocoanut. 2 teaspoons salt. .2 tablespoons melted bacon fat-Method: Mix all ingredients except bacon fat; put into deep greased:pan, cover with bacon fat and bake one hour In slow oven. - ANGEL PIE. 1 cup sugar. 3 tablespoons cornstarch. 14 teaspoon salt 1 cup crushed pineapple. 1 cup water. OPENING OF GLOBE-DEMOCRAT COOKING SCHOOL 1 tablespoon lemon juice. 2 egg whites. cup nut meats. 1 baked pastry shell. Method: Stir together sugar, cornstarch, salt, pineapple and water. Cook in top of double boiler at least 15 minutes. Set aside to cool. When cold, add lemon juice and fold in beaten egg whites. Turn into baked pastry shell, or graham cracker crust. Place in refrigerator. When ready to serve, covet with chopped nuts. If a very rich pie is desired, one cup cream, whipped, may be spread over pie before adding nut meats. CHOCOLATE CHIP CAKE. cup shortening. 2 cups sugar.- 3 eggs. 3 cups flour. 3 teaspoons baking powder. teaspoon salt. 1 cup milk. 3 squares unsweetened chocolate. cup warm water. cup blanched, shredded almonds. 1 Chocolate chip candy. MethodkCream shortening, sugar and beaten eggs. Sift dry ingredients and fold in alternately with milk. Turn a large one-third into a nine-inch layer pan. Into remaining two-thirds stir in melted chocolate, to which water has been added, and the almonds. Pour into two nine-inch layers. Bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees Fahrenheit, 30 to 3 minutes. Put together with orange filling, having the white layer in center. Cover all with white frosting and decorate sides with chocolate chip candy. ORANGE FILLING. 1 cup orange juice. , cup sugar. 3 beaten egg yolks. 1 tablespoon flour. 1 tablespoon shortening. Shredded cocoanut. Method: Cook orange juice, sugar. egg yolks - and , flour in double boiler until thick. Add shortening. When cool, add moist, shredded cocoanut, which has been browned in oven first. ROAST SHOULDER OF LAMB, CORN STUFFLNG. One shoulder of lamb, square cut, 4 to 5 pounds. 1 Corn Stuffing. 1 cup corn. 1 cup bread crumbs. 1 beaten egg. - teaspoon minced onion. - ' 1 teaspoon salt. 14 teaspoon pepper, METHOD: Have bone removed from meat. Wipe meat with damp cloth and rub inside with salt. Mix stuffing ingredients in 'order given. Fill cavity and fasten securely. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.i squarei Place in roasting pan, fat side up, in moderate over, 350-degree Fahrenheit, and cook 30 minutes to the pound. Do not cover and do not add any water. ASPARAGUS BUNDLE SALAD. 4 tomatoes. 4 tablespoons cottage cheese. 12. asparagus tips. French dressing., Chives. METHOD: Select medium-size, uniform tomatoes. Peel, scoop out the center well. Invert and chill thoroughly. 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I "Faust," 'Fidello," "RosenitaYeller," and "Mignon" are among the Operas in ' which women are taldng men's parts. A pretty lyric soprano, Colette d'Arville,, sang a malé role in "Faust" last week in St- Louis, and is preparing to go back to her native Paris to sing the leading man's part in 'The Juggler of Notre Dame." ) - , Blond Jeritza, wearing handsome ,white satin pants, set the sartorial pace for women in "Rosenkavaliersr Last week Cleveland heard Grete Stueckgold in the role, itad she sang it last night for Chi- ago. A Philadelphia singer, Dusolina Giannini, who will make her debut at the Metropolitan next month, masquerades as a man in the second act of Verdi's opera, "La Forza del Destino." Her one drawbackJ is her long black hair, which is hard to disguise. Lotte Lehmann masqueraded as a man in Toscannini's revival of "Fidelio",' last summer at the Salzburg festival, and has sung a mans role in "Rosenkavalier." - ' In the Metropolitan's revival of "Linda , de Chamounix,"- Gladys Swarthout appeared as a boy; Lily Pons wears a man's clothes in part of 11'lligoletto," and a young soprano always takes the part of - Yniold,- the little boy in "Pelleas and lielisande." The role of Hansel in New York's Christmas performance of "Hansel and Gretel" talways falls to .a woman. Another soprano wears male attire as young Count Frederick, in "Mignon," and Mignon dons boys' clothes in the second act. , All these 1935 divas can wear tights with perfect aplombunlike the at coloratura who, in her heydey,couldn't get through her dressing room door. sugar, add eggs, one at a time, and beat well, then stir in pumpkin. Sift dry-ingredients and add alternate- ly with milk. (If Pumpkin is very dry, add more milk.) 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