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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 OK 1935 SEVEN - i "i JEANETTE BEYER OFFERS RECIPES FOR HOT WEATHER FOOD 0. H. Michael Shows Steady Improvement OTTUMWA, Aug. i. un--o, H. Michael, former member of the state board of control, who has been seriously ill at his home here for a number of weeks, is showing steady improvement, his family announced today. Return to Underwood. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. George Walton of Underwood. S. Dak., and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton, Minneapolis, returned to their respective homes following a short visit with the Walton's here. They made the trip to be present at the funeral of Mrs. Aimee Holt, a sister to Mrs. George Walton. Leave for Waterloo. LEDYARD--Mrs. D. B. Mayer and two daughters and Miss Alice Dunham left Tuesday for Waterloo to visit two weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham. O T I C E In observance of the funeral of Miss Grace Spencer, the Charles Gilbert Barber and Beauty Shop will be-closed until noon Friday. CHARLES GILBERT ' See the New Silhouette! Admire the New Fabrics! Thrill Over the New Colors! that are Really Different! SPECIAL! See Our Windows Flattering versions of the Autumn silhouette--featuring the smartly modified flare . . . the new front fullness . . . the stunning straightline! Fashions that achieve individuality with clever draped, shirred or tucked effects . . . charming full sleeves . . . deep armhole treatments! Distinctive dressy types with glittering trimmings! New Fall crepes and sheers in black Kent green . . . gingertone brown . . . navy! Remarkable values! Individual s u m m e r dresses h a v e been drastically reduced for this clearance event! Gorgeous p r i n t e d triple sheers in clever jacket styles . . . better-type navy suits . . . distinctive washable crepes! Also included are the new Fall Prints! Values to $9.95. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. :NGLISH SUMMER DESSERTS GIVEN Globe-Gazette Food Expert Collects Appetizing Sounding Recipes in Oxford to Tempt Jaded Iowa Appetites. Summer recipes from England are sent to us by Jeanette Beyer for his week's table talk. After a few weeks of hot weather, appetites know o nationality and call alike for something cooling and light. Miss Beyer as a number of ice box desserts to tempt us and also suggests some efreshlng drinks--one of which, "amberade," sounds particularly good. English Summertime. As coy as any springtime in our wn land was the delayed coming f summer in England. After weeks of gloomy skies and shivering rain and rais't, even the English said it vas bad, and never have they seen a summer like it. C. finally ven- ured out of his woolens, but looked olue and chilly, poor boy. "England has no climate," sighed a newspaper .ditorial, "only weather." So I suppose come summertime menus and foods. I've been studying Woman's Journal, not unlike some 3f our women's magazines, with a very excellent culinary department, edited by our friend, Elizabeth Jraig, of whom we have spoken bee-re. Departure time is drawing near, so I cannot try them, but ,hese are some of her good-sound- ng recipes which I want to pre- erve. They appeal to me as summery and cool--do you like them? Aroberade. 1 grapefruit 6 lemons Soda water 6 oranges 1% pints boiling water. 6 oz. sugar. Wash and diy fruit, then pare off he rinds as thinly as possible. Place rind in a basin, add boiling water and sugar. Halve and squeeze out .he juice and strain into a jug. Af- ,er the rind has soaked for five minutes, strain the water into the "ruit juice. When cold, serve with soda water to taste. Mayonnaise of Fish. 1 Ib. boiled halibut 1 gill prawns (chapped) 1 small beetroot Mustard and cress 1 gill shrimps 1 to iy 2 gills mp.yonnaise 1 lettuce Paprika to taste. Remove any skin and bone from fish and flake. Mix with pickled shrimps, chapped prawns and mayonnaise. Pile up in a glass dish linec with heart of lettuce leaves and outer leaves shredded. Ring with slices of beetroot. Dredge with a little paprika, garnish with mustard and cress. Enough for 6 persons. Caramel Junket. 1 teaspoon butter 1 pint milk 2^ oz. sugar % cup water 1 oz. almonds 2 teaspoons rennet % teaspoon vanilla essence Pinch salt. Measure sugar and water into a saucepan, dissolve sugar slowly, and cook to a caramel. Cool, add milk, and soak till caramel re-dissolves. Heat till lukewarm. Add rennet, vanilla and a pinch of salt Stand till set. Blanch and ccap almonds and fry in the butter till brown. Cool and sprinkle over junket. Enough for 3 or 4 persons Apricot Crush. 1 cup apricot puree 2 cups evaporated milk J /a cup orange juice 1 egg white I'/z cups sugar. Measure milk into a basin, then add egg white. Beat until mixture is stiff. Stir in puree made froir stemmed dried apricots, strained orange juice and sugar. Turn into an ice mold. Pack in ice and salt Stand till frozen--4 hours. Turn out and serve at once. Enough for S persons. Raspberry Trifle. 1 Ib. raspberries 2 egg whites 1 gill water 2 oz. sugar A little cream 6 sponge cakes % pint custard sauce 2 tablespoons raspberry jam. 12 extra berries to decorate. _ Pick berries before weighing. Place in a saucepan. Add enough water to cover the bottom of the pan. Cover and cook gently till the juice runs. Keep a little aside for moistening sponge cakes. Add sugar. Stand till sugar is dissolved. Meanwhile, bring water and loaf sugar to the boil in another saucepan. Cook without stirring till syrupy. Rub cooked berries through a sieve. Stir in syrup and stiffly frothed egg whites. Beat till light and spongy. Line a glass trifle dish with the halved sponge cakes. Put halves to- other with raspberry jam and then cut into three. Sprinkle with the fruit juice. Stand for ten minutes. Cover with custard sauce. Pile raspberry mixture on top. Decorate with whipped cream, slightly sweetened, and with the dozen extra berries. Enough for 6 persons. Orange Creams. Angelica to decorate 3 eggs 2-3 cup sugar 2-3 cup orange juice Pinch salt !Mj cups milk 1 tablespoon grated orange rind I 1 ,* tablespoons gelatine Soak gelatine in '·» cup cold water. Measure the milk in a saucepan Bring to boil. Add to soaked gelatine. Stir till dissolved. Add orange rind, sugar and salt, and turn'into the top of a double boiler. Beat egg yolks in basin for a THE KNITTERS' CORNER Returned From IVlinesota. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richardson, who accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Boston and son on a vacation trip in Minnesota, returned to Stilson Tuesday and the Rev. and Mrs. Boston returned to their home in Moravia Thursday. Visitors From Cedar Falls. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Houser and son, Roy of Cedar Rapids are visiting the Vernon Bontelle family. WRIGHT-SCHWARTZ DECORAH, Aug. 1.--Miss Elda Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Schwartz of Decorah, and Thomas M. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wright of Winston-Salem, N. Car., were married at the Schwartz residence in West Decorah by the Rev. J. P. Burling. They were attended by Miss Viola Schwartz and Mr, and Mrs. Lester Bergan. Mr. and Mrs. Wright left on a wedding trip to the Black Hills. 6084 As smart as they are quaint are crotcheted gloves this season and here's a clever lacy pair matched by a trig little crocheted turban. Make yourself a set in dusty pink, in pouder blue and in corn yellow and wear them to accent your white or dark summer frocks--nothing could be more clever! I'll tell you how to make them. For complete instructions, send 10 cents to Knit Pattern Dept.. Globe-Gazette, ISO Fifth Ave., New York City. moment or two. Stir in a little of the milk, then pour eggs and milk into the remainder of milk in the double boiler. Cook, stirring con stantly till thick. Beat egg whites to a stiff froth. Stir into -mixture Cool, stir in strained orange juice Pour into individual moulds rinsec with cold water. Leave until set and quite cold. Unmould into a glass dish. Serve decorated with Angelica. Make 12 moulds. Potted Shin 11/2 Ibs. shin of beef Pepper and salt to taste 1 Ib. fresh meat bones 3 pints cold water salad Wash bones. Wipe shin with a damp cloth. Place both in a large sauce pan. Add cold water. Cover and bring slowly to the boil. Skim thoroughly again, ermove meat and bone, and strain. Cut meat into dice. Season to taste. Boil liquor for half an hour, mix with diced meat, then pour into wet moulds. Serve with salad. Enough for 6 or 7 persons. Spinach Timbale 2 Ibs. spinach 1 teaspoon minced onion 1 hard boiled egg Parsley to garnish Celery salt to taste 1 teaspoon lemon juice Wash spinach in three waters, then cook in a sauce pan in its own juice, uncovered, until tender. Drain, chap and pass through a calender. Add strained lemon juice and finally minced onion and celery salt to taste. Press into a wet mould. Serve turned out, when cold, on a dish decorated with slices of the egg and parsley. Enough for 3 persons. Hair Cuts, Marcels and Fingerwaves Also Student Work Phone for Your Appointment Shampoo, Fingerwave and Neck Clip ......... Sac Hair Cut ................. 3'0c Marcels .................. 20c Permanents, complete ...$1 up Scalp Treatments ...... 25c up Hair Dye ............... §1.50 Enroll now for a course In Beauty Culture. This is one of Iowa's largest accredited licensed schools. LA JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE 12-16 First Street N. W. Phono U74 NO COMPLAINTS! AFTER ALL, this country shouldn't complain )f Mussolini wants to grab off a slice of Africa. Didn't we let Huey Long get away with Louisiana? Don't LET poor vision rob you of enjoyment. Fatigue, headaches, low vitality--all may result from eye troubles. 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