Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 5, 1949 · Page 13
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•State D.AV. Auxiliary Head to Be Guest Mrs. Martha Vaxey, Davenport, department president of the Iowa Disabled American Veterans auxiliary, will come to Mason City Nov. 7 for an official visit, it was announced at the monthly meeting of the D.A.V. auxiliary Monday evening at lOli Delaware S. E. Plans were discussed for a class V: of candidates to be given the membership obligation in honor of Mrs. Vaxey. A district meeting at Hampton, Nov. 6, was announced. Luncheon will be served and Mrs. Vaxey and Mrs. Mirlon Due, state hospital chairman, of Davenport will be invited. Mrs. Arnold Tilton, adjutant, gave a report on her recent visit to the Des Moines veterans hospital. The first Wednesday of each month is D. A. V. party day when a social event is given for patients there. A contribution was voted for 'the Community Chest and the polio fund. The auxiliary and post members plan for a social meeting in November. A public social evening will be held Oct. 17. Mrs. Sid Bemis, Ethel Fjeldstad and Alice Hostetler, commander, are in charge. It's not necessary to use a double boiler for making cream or white sauce. Just be sure you keep the heat low and stir constantly. , „ Brown Only; ^ it's alligator on suede from Florsheim Florsheim touches off rich suede by adding genuine alligator at the toe : : a a new and exciting fashion that's sure to please the most fastidious; Exclusive at SOCIAL CALENDAR V. F. W. Buddy Poppy Sa Clears Funds for Welfare e V. F. W. Buddy Poppy day was success, according to Elmer Zeigler, poppy chairman of San Juan-Marne post. Sale of the poppies was promoted by the auxiliary with Mrs. James Edgington, chairman, who reported that about 10,000 were sold and cash receipts of more than $1,200, the largest Buddy Poppy day in'San Juan-Marne post's history"As commander and in behalf of San Juan-Marne post," said Victor Ostby, "I want' to thank the generous citizens of this community for their splendid support and co-operation in the successful promotion of this year's Buddy Poppy day. I especially want to thank the many Girl Scouts who so willingly aided the auxiliary in the sale of poppies. These Girl Scouts did a good job and added another convincing proof of the worthiness of their organization." Buddy Poppies are made by disabled veterans in the many government hospitals, so every poppy sold is a direct contribution to some needy veteran. All money above the cost of the poppies goes into post and auxiliary welfare funds to be used solely in aiding needy veterans and hospital patients. MRS. JAMES EDGINGTON Leaders CLub to Mark Girl Scouts Week Observance of National Girl Scout week, Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, was disciussed at the monthly meeting of the Majon City Girl Scout Leaders club Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Francis Beck, program chairman, urged the leaders to plan special events for their groups during the week. There will be a tea on Oct. 31 for Juliette Low representatives, honoring the founder of Girl Scouting. At this time plans will be made for developing the international friendship program for the year. Mrs. Evelyn McCarthy, head of the new Girl Scout department at Younkers, conducted a style show of Girl Scout uniforms and showed other equipment available .at the store. Modeling the uniforms were Miss Denise Bredall, leader; Sue Penny, intermediate scout, and Ann Marie Giesen, brownie. Mrs. Fred Ebeling gave a report of the committee working on the revision of the constitution of the Girl Scouts and asked that 3 women be selected to serve on the nominating membership committee. Mrs. J. Francis Beck, Mrs. C. R. DeSart and Mrs. L. E. Peters were selected. nating membership committee. Mrs. J. Francis Beck, Mrs. C. R. DeSart and Mrs. L. E. Peters were selected. A quiz program on Girl Scouting comprised the informal training for the evening. Leaders from the St. Joseph's school arranged the tea table and served the refreshments. The index finger of the Statue of Liberty is 8 feet long. ST. JOHN'S GUILDS TO HAVE MEETINGS St. Anne's and Whipple guilds of St. John's Episcopal church will meet Friday. St. Annje's guile will have an all day work meeting beginning at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. R. J. Edwards, 222 12th N. W. Luncheon will be servec at noon and Mrs. Frank Balkam is the assisting hostess. Whipple guild will have a 1 o'clock luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs Leslie G. Hawkins, 108 River Heights drive. TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINED Twentieth Century club met fo: luncheon Monday at the Adam home to begin a new season. Fal fruits made up the centerpiece and corsages of fall flowers were given to each. Guests were Miss Clari bel Chappell of Seattle, Wash., anc Mrs. Webster Hakes of Muscatine The afternoon was given over t vacation reminiscing. Six Different Charles City Man // f* _ k. i Li. I Ways to Serve Peas Green peas, top favorites among quick-frozen vegetables, are de- icious sewed time after time 'plain boiled — cooked the short Erects New Motel ime given in package directions n the specified small amount of idively boiling, lightly salted water— drained, if necessary, seasoned with butter, and pepper, if desired. They are garden-fresh in flavor at any time of year. But if your family likes variety, you can serve quick-frozen peas :n an almost infinite number of ways. Sprinkle them with mace, after adding melted butter, just as you are taking them to the table. Add a little very finely-minced mint just before serving. Or add finely-minced onion, about a tablespoon, when you cook them. Remember that if there is any liquid left in the sauce pan after cooking vegetables it should be used for sauces or soups, as it contains valuable nutrients. But there won't be much left if you cook according to quick- frozen carton directions. Some people like peas served with a little hot milk. Have the milk steaming hot and pour it over the peas when you dish them up. Add butter, pepper and, if needed, additional salt. A couple of tablespoons of chopped crisply cooked bacon or minced boiled ham add flavor, interest. French chefs have a trick of cooking peas with lettuce that produces a most delicate flavor. And peas make a wonderful luncheon mainstay if they are turned into a casserole, covered with a thin white sauce, sprinkled with buttered crumbs, placed in a pan of hot water and baked in a 450 degrees oven for about twenty minutes. Place 1 box quicic-rrozen green peas, thawed, in saucepan. Add 4 tablespoons butter and J teaspoon salt. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon minced onion, cover with lettuce leaves, and top with large sprig of parsley. Cover and cook gently 15 minutes, or until peas are tender. Remove parsley. Makes 4 servings. Charles City —Jack Hart, 306 Fourth avenue, Monday announced that he plans to open his new motel on Gilbert street, near the Bayou bridge, about Jan. 1. The motel, 147 feet long, will include 6 rental units and living quarters for himself. The exterior will be constructed of fireproof asbestos siding and the entire unit will be heated by hot water, Hart said. The motel, which he will operate on a year-around basis, will be finished inside "like a fine hotel," he said. Felt, chairman; Mrs. J. Hugh Braby, Mrs. A. M. Dougan, Mrs E. E. Horsey, Mrs. Lorenz, Mrs. Wayne McGowan, Mrs. Edith Bell, Mrs. C. M. Neveln, Mrs. Bob Stoyles and Mrs. Mamie Williams Oct. 4, 1949 11 Mtson City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, I*. Mrs. A. O. Scott, president, conducted the business session. CHAUTAUQUA CLUB OPENS SEASON Chautauqua club had its first meeting of the season Monday with a luncheon at the Cerro Gordo hotel. The program was made up of accounts of summer's activities by the members. Mrs. Clara Giddings of Pasadena, Cal., sister of Mrs. Jay Lorenz, was a guest. Fall foliage, flowers and fruit decorated the luncheon table and the committee included Mrs. Rov SMITH BROTHERS NEW WILD CHERRY BIG HIT! Here's the new cough drop everyone's wild about—because they: 1. Ta$t« so good. 2. Work iatt-htlp that cough* .. .3. Cost only a niclc*!l Delicious — and they work.' 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