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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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f'.- --Speaking of Foods Squash Recipes Are Varied as Vegetable No other vegetable signifies fntl so much as Ihe squash, and along with tho wide range of varieties of squash comes an equally wide range of recipes for cooking. Of course it's always easiest to whack it up and stick it in the oven and have baked squash, but how about acorn squash with baked, beans, acorn squash rings, stuffed squash and glazed squash. The food editor supplies recipes for these and promises more squash recipes to come. Globe-Gazelle photo by SclmiiiU ENTERS NATIONAL CONTEST -- Admiring the cup won at the North Iowa Fair by their mother, Mrs. Markos Eugenics, 20 9lh N. E., are Jimmie, 5, and M a u r e e n Eugenios, W. Mrs. Eugenics is planning to enter her crocheted tablecloth in the national crochet contest where first prize is $500 phis an expense-paid trip to Chicago. This year was the first time she had entered her crochet work at the fair. Faye Twito Wed to Lester Rees LAKE MILLS--At the Salem Lutheran Church, Miss Faye Lorraine Twito, daughter of Marshal and Mrs. Harry S. Twito, became the bride of Lester Raymond Rces of Oelwein, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Key. Mr. Sidney of Forest City. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Schweitzer of Lakcwood Village, Calif. Bridesmaids were Miss Lucille Twito, a sister of the bride, and Miss Arneida Fosiics. Robert II. Blech of Oelwein was trip to the Black Hills they will live n G r a n d Junction where both will teach in the public schools. The. bride is a graduate of the Lake Mills High School, attended State Teachers College at Cedar Falls two years and was employed two years at a local bank. She has been teaching and will continue in Lhc school in Grand Junction. The bridegroom is a graduate of Oelwein High School, received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and will teach at Grand Junction. bcstman and J. Homer Lake Mills and Merle Twito Picht Lohrville were ushers. The Ilowcr girl was Susan Schweitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schweitzer of Lake wood Village. Phyllis Patterson of Grand Junction sang, accompanied by Miss Ramona Twito, a cousin of the bride, who played the traditional wedding music. A reception for 200 guests was given in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Upon their return from a week's --o-H O N O R E D AT FAREWELL. GOODELL--Mrs. H. M. Newgard was honored with a farewell parly in the 3D. U. B. Church dining room. She was given a set ol dishes. Mrs. Newgard is moving this week to Rochester, Minn., where her two children arc em ployed, Mildred at St. Mary's anc Noel at the Mayo Clinic. She has rented her home to the V/ceso families. By LUCY R E E V E S Squash--right through the alphabet--from acorn to zucchini, arc in our gardens, or at the market now. Take advantage of this %'aried and versatile vegetable, rich in essential Vitamin A, because the recipes are endless. Don't ask the family whether they want squash for supper. Some husbands anc! children for some unknown reason, think they do not always prefer vegetables -- espe cially squash. But w a i t 'til they sample these! Acorn Squash With Baked Beans 3 acorn squash 1 large ciui baked benns 2 tablespoons catsup or chili sauce Freshly ground pepper '/i teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons molasses 3 strips bacon, cut in small strips Cut squash in half and remove seeds. Place cut side down in a shallow pan with Mi inch of water. Sake in a moderate oven (350 degrees) until tender, about 25 miu- .ites. Heat beans and stir in catsup :epper, mustard and molasses. Rc- nove squash from oven, fill centers with seasoned beans and top with bacon strips. Return to hot oven (400 degrees) and continue baking intil thoroughly heated and bacon is crisp, about 15 mintucs. Serves (i Acorn Squash Rings 2 or 3 acorn squash, depending on size Ms cup water '/- bay leaf 4 thin slices of onion Salt and pepper 1 pound bulk sausage 3 tablespoons sausage drippings Cooked apple quarters Wash squash, cut crosswise into 1-inch thick slices and remove seeds. Place rings in a wide bottom William Ransome Gail Baker is said to be the only man to have : television station named for him It's station WRGB at Schcnectady he fat. Brown squash rings quick!) 1 on both sides in the sausage drippings. Arrange squash in a half circle on a large, platter, place a sausage patty in the center of each ring niul arrange cooked apple quarters n the center. Servos -1 to G. Stuffed Squash 4 7-inch Zuccini squashes 1 medium onion, chopped 2 teaspoons chopped parsley 3 tablespoons butter Us cup chopped baked ham V-j teaspoon salt Dash while pepper ] /3 No. 1 tin sliced mushrooms Split squashes; scoop out a little pulp from centers, leaving thick shells. Steam shells till almost ten der. Dice pulp, combine with onioi and parsley; cook in butter till soft Add chopped h a m , salt, pepper am mushrooms. Pile lightly into squasl: shells and bake in a slow oven (325 degrees) lill roasled on lop. Glazed Squash For this, you'll need 2 cups mashed squash, '/i of a cup of table fat, '/j cup of brown sugar, a dasl of nutmeg, a teaspoon of salt, am half a cup of cither pineapple 01 orange juice. Grease a baking pan and spread it with 'A of a cup o brown sugar. Sprinkle with sal and dot with table fat. Arrange the squash in the pan and pour thi fruit juice over it. Sprinkle t h e ' n u t meg on lightly. Cover the squasl ENGAfiED--Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. MeKce of Brill announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Miss Bethine IJenner, daughter of K. II. Benncr of Springfield, 111., to Pvt. Orvillu S. Nelson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Nelson of U r i t t . The wedding date has not been set. w i t h the remaining brown sugar and tuble f a t , and hake in n mod- crate oven for haif an hour. (To Be Continued) --o-P I C N I C A T D E N V E R C O R W I T H -- A "Little Iowa" pic nie was held at a park in Denver, Colo., recently. All present bcii\t former Corwith residents ns follows: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D u n l a p , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Higgle, and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Moore, fllrs. Gene P r a t t and family ni»! Veronica Kclch all of Denver, Miami Mrs. Dale Duckcll and son o; Chicago, Mrs. Belle Sulcliff of Ar licia, Calif., Gertrude Miller sn Mrs. M a r y Duckett of Corwith. Swea Cityan Is ! Wed in Dakota SWEA CITY -- United Lutheran Church at G r a n d Forks, N. D., was the setting for the wedding of Gloria Sylvia Vikesland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ebcl of Holla, N. D., to Robert Allan 11 y- ilnil, son of Mr, and Mrs. Sam Ry ilnd of Swea City. The Ucv. John jaardsmoe performed the double ·ing ceremony. Camllellghters wore Ida Hngan, 'lew London, Minn., and Mildred Schoedcr, G r a n d Forks, N. D. Nup- ial music was performed by Mrs. 2. R. Johnson, vocalist. Wilson Cox of Grand Forks find Sid Flem, Petersburg, N. D,, ush :rcd. The bridegroom was attended :y Arvin Ditsworth, Swea City, as jestman and Harold Moe, Park R i v e r , N. J), and Lee Johnson Langdon, N. I). Mrs. Wilson Cox, Grand Forks served as her sister's matron ol lonor, Senior bridesmaid was Jean c Vikesland, Grand Forks, am junior bridesmaid Cnrol Vtkcslani ;f Fergus Falls, Minn., sisters 01 he bride. The bride was given b 13. R. Johnson, Fergus Falls M i n n . Barbara Ann Twedl, DCS Moincs niece of the bridegroom, was flow er girl. The bride's nephew, Jeffrcj Cox, Grand yorks, was ringbcarcr The couple left following (lit The only tropical rain forest 01 land controlled by the United Stales is located in Puerto Rico. pan with cover, add water, bay leaf, onion slices and salt and pepper. Cover and cook over low heat about 20 minutes or until squash is tender. Meanwhile, make as many sausage patties as you have squash rings and fry iinli' brown and well cooked. Remove sausage from frying pan and draii off all but about 3 tablespoons of When you have to keep your wils about you, re fresh men L helps. You just, can't beat a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola. BOTTLED U N P E I l AL*T!IOnITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY' T1Y MASON CiTY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY k · ftclJlcrnl trade-mark.70'i-3 South Federal Phone J800(o is.vj, TUP, coc,\-cot,,\ STYUEDI especially for YOU . . . PERMANENTS Complete with Shampoo, Rinse, O "7 C Haircut .and Finger Wave O./O 4.75 - 6.75 - 8.00 - 10.00 Hollywood I'lIllMANUNT WAVE METHOD I I M s S. Federal Over Kresjjc's Iollnr Store All Waves Guaranteed. With or Without Appointment. O|H'ii evening" hy a p p o i n t m e n t ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST for less than'2* a tablet St. Joseph m «A ·· ·», · K. · v ASPIRIN 100 TABLET BOTTLt, ONLY 491 eception for a trip to Winnipeg nd other points in Canada, to be I home at Grand Forks, N. D., vherc tho bridegroom will be a cnlor majoring in commerce ,al he, University of. North Dakota. .'he bride · was graduated from Icntrnl High School, Grand Forks, md has been employed in a gift and book shop there. Her husband s a 'graduate of Ihe Swea City Ugh School ami took his first two years of. college work at St. Olaf Allege at Northfield, Minn. --o-Valley-Hansen Wedding Is Held WODEN--Charles Valley, son o Mr. and Mrs. liny Valley of Woden was married to Inez K. Hanson daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Harvey Ilnnsen of near Crystal Lake, a Aug. 20, 1952 Muon Clljr CLoke-G»ietU, City, It. t. John's 'Lutheran ! Church \vith,,, he pastor, the Rev. E. R. Som-"* merfcld, officiating. ; ' . . . . ; · ; . ' " Attendants ' were Dennis Gardes'. arid;Mrs. Fred Korte Jr., sister of" he bride.' · . ~ Following the ceremony, refresh;,-" mcnts were served to Ihe imrrie/" diate families at the Ray Valley- home. ; · · · · ; · ! ' . . {-(nr The bride is a graduate of-the" Crystal Lake High School and: hasi: been employed at the Telephone- Company in Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate or the .Wodeh High School and has been in :sery- v . Ice the past two years. He has'been'- slalioncd at Memphis, Terin., and is being transferred to Moffett FieldT! Calif. - : ... : , . Mrs. Valley plans to join.her hus-T band in California in several weeks. Thank You . . . a!! you nice people . . . who · visited our store opening day. You were 1900 strong and we were flattered . . . and pleased. SAMSONITE LUGGAGE was won by: ANNE BECKER . . . So. Jeffenon TRYLE WALK SHOE STORE 24 1st Street S. E. 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