The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 7
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March 1, 1934

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

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MARCH I I* 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Ross Gordy and His Band to Play Saturday Night at Clear Lake Walter Ames, manager of the Clear Lake Country club, has booked Ross Gordy and his music, known as the band of bands, to play for the dance to be held Saturday night of this week at the clubhouse. There are nine pieces in the group and they are coming irom Rochester, Minn., to the Country club. Rcss Gordy is the director and a feature soloist. His "band is known for its perfect rhythm and it is claimed that he and his artists play special arrangements of all the favorite popular selections. Vocal and instrumental solos and feature groups are also presented under the directorship of Mr, Gordy. Mr. Ames has announced that there will not be a dance at the clubhouse next Sunday night. PAKM BUKEAU WOMEN MEET FOB LESSON Farm Bureau women met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Bistline Wednesday for the third follow up meeting. There were eight members present and the time was spent in making collars and purses. --*;·-- George B. Schneider of Los Angeles was given back a valuable stick pin by a bandit who held him up when the owner told the highwayman the pin could be traced if efforts were made to pawn it SPECIAL SWAGGER SUITS FRIDAY and SATURDAY: New versions of the swagger mode! Clever semi-fitted styles! Smart windblown treatments! Beautifully tailored from exceptional Tweeds or Matelasse in newest weaves . . . with full length coats . . . unusual sleeve effects . . printed silk scarfs or self ties! Each richly silk lined! Popular NAVYS! New blue, shimp, gold, green or tan! Choose now! SPRING COATS Marvelous Advance Styles! Splendid jaunty models in new lightweight spring fabrics--with clever stitched collars . . . stunning novelty sleeves ... new windblown treatments! They're too flattering for words--you must see them to appreciate their smartness! Featured in the always smart NAVY! SMART DRESSES New Creations for Spring! Exquisite creations in new Powder Blue and Eose! Fascinating Navy Sheers--many with contrasting white trimmings! Gorgeous Spring prints and combinations! Charming jacket models! Flattering sleeves and necklines! New windswept effects! Colorful embroidery! HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A Sandwich Recipe. A delicious sandwich may be made quickly by mixing V: cup of chopped salted peanuts with 2 tablespoons of salad dressing and spreading on 6 slices of buttered Graham bread. These sandwiches are good for the lunch boxes or, if cut into small shapes, to serve with cof- ee or tea to friends who call. Dinner Serving Three The Menu Salmon Bettina Escalloped Corn Apricot Bolls Butter Fruit Salad Salad Dressing Coffee Salmon Bettina, Serving S 2 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons butter \i teaspoon salt '/i teaspoon paprika 14 teaspoon celery salt 1 cup milk 2-3 cup salmon 1 cup mashed potatoes Mix flour and butter. Add milk and cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add seasonings and salmon. Pour into buttered baking dish. Top with potatoes, bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Apricot Rolls. 2 cups pastry flour 4 teaspoons baking powder U teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons lard 2-3 cup milk Mix flour, baking powder anc salt. Cut in lard. Mixing with knife slowly add milk. When soft dough forms, pat out until J .i inch thick Spread with apricot mixture. Rol: up. Cut off \'~ inch slices. Bake on greased pan 15 minutes in moderate oven. Apricot Mixture. 1 cup apricots 2-3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon flour 1-3 cup water 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon butter Blend sugar and flour. Add rest of ingredients. Cook slowly, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Cool. If dried apricots are used, cover them with cold water. Let stand 2 hours. Simmer 30 minutes. Any left-over can be reheated in a proper sack in a moderate oven for 5 minutes. Historical Play Topic for Meeting Mrs. Harold Palmer Gives Review of "Mary Queen of Scots." Historical drama was the subject o£ the drama study section of the Woman's club at its meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. R. E. Romey as leader and Mrs. Harold Palmer as speaker. Mrs. E. E. Hunter, chairman of the section, announced the next meeting for March 17 when Hazel Strayer, head of the dramatics department of Iowa State Teachers college will speak on the New York theatrical season. Mrs. Romey in introducing Mrs. Palmer spoke of the popularity of historical drama at the present and of the tendency from the realistic to the costume drama. Mrs. Palmer reviewed "Mary, Queen of Scots," by Maxwell Anderson in which Helefi Hayes is starring on Broadway now. She read a number of critical comments on the play which praise it for its humanity, warmth, humor, pathos and richness of allusion. Reading the play, Mrs. Palmer told the story which concerns the rivalry between Queen Elizabeth and Mary and of EUzazeth's plot ting to overthrow Mary. The marriage of Mary to Lord Darnley, the murder of David Rizzio, Mary's secretary, the death of Darnley ant the marriage of Mary to the Ear of Bothwell are told by the drama which concludes with Mary's down fall in Scotland and her imprison meat and death at the hands of Eli. zabeth who saw in her a possible aspirant to the throne of England At the conclusion of the reviev roundtable discussion of historical i drama was conducted. Miss Peggy Senneff will leave Friday for low* City to resume her tudies at the University of Iowa after spending 1 some time with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. John Seneff, 9 Beaumont drive, because of llness. 3 Q f Mrs. T. S. Clark and son, Tommy, 'r., arrived Thursday i'rom Bradgate for a visit wltn Mrs. Clark's iarents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hynds, 4% First street northeast. Mrs. Clark will be remembered as lone Hynds, who was the organizer of he Girl Scout movement here. * * e Roy Igou, 310 Taylor avenue .southwest, and Abbott Wolf, 1016 Jefferson avenue northwest, have retutned from Omaha where they attended the Frtgidaire convention. · * * Mrs. Bess Wilson of Minneapolis, who addressed the Woman's club iterature department Wednesday, was honored at a breakfast given Wednesday morning by Mrs. T. A. Potter, 40 Oak drive. Mrs. Potter's son Merle Potter, and Mrs. Wilson are on the staff of the Minneapolis journal. TENTH DISTRICT NURSES TO MEET AT LIBRARY Members of the Tenth District of the Iowa State Association of Reg istered Nurses will meet at th public library assemory Saturdaj afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Lydii M. Barrette will be the speaker. A Lenten Dinner The Menu Celery Soup Wafers Baked Fish Stuffing Escalloped Tomatoes Buttered Rice Bread Peach Jam Head Lettuce French Dressing Apricot Pudding · Cream Coffee r.' Apricot Pudding - - · (Upside-Down) 1-3 cup butter 12 cups sugar 1 cup apricots y~ cup apricot juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice U teaspoon cinnamon Melt butter in deep frying pan, add sugar and cook slowly and stir constantly until a light syrup forms. Add apricots and rest of ingredients. Cover with batter. Bake 30 minutes in moderately slow oven. Turn out, apricot side up, on a large platter. Serve fresh, plain or with cream. Batter 1-3 cup fat , 2-3 cup sugar ',·4 cup milk 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla % teaspoon salt 1% cups flour 2 teaspoons Baking powder Cream fat and sugar. Add remaining ingredients, beat 2 minutes. Pour over apricots. A Cooky Hint Cookies increase in size during the baking, so they should be spaced life inches apart on the baking sheet. Always use an unsalted fat such as salad oil or lard for greasing the cooky pan. If butter or a butter substitute is used the cookies are likely to stick to the pan and they will burn easily. Moving From Floyd. OSAGE -- Charles Haberkorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haber korn, is moving here from Floyd t a house owned by B. E. Peterson --.;·-- Suffers Broken Ann. T I T 0 N K A--Henry H. Bruns farmer, suffered a broken arm while cranking his Ford car. Bits About 'Em THREE ACTORS AND THREE ACTRESSES SELECTED AS BEST HOLLYWOOD, March 1. Three actresses and three actors were presented to the movie industry today as choices for the screen's highest awards, the best perform ances of 1933. The women are the veteran May Robson, on stage and screen for more than 50 years; Katharine Hep burn, who left the stage recently to become a film celebrity; and Diana Wynyard, English actress. The best actor will Ni selected from the trio of Le-. - Howard Paul Muni and Char) ,,? Laughton. Nominations were made by the academy of motion picture arts and sciences. Miss Robson was selected for he memorable performance in "Lad; For a Day," Miss Wynyard fo: "Cavalcade;" and Miss Hepburn fo "Morning Glory." The work of Mun in "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang;" Howard in "Berkelej Square," and Laughton in "Henrj the Yin," brought their nomina tions. Attends School Despite Mishap. PLYMOUTH, March 1.--Miss Al ice Grey, wno broke a bone in he knee while playing at school tw weeks ago, has not missed a day o school since the accident. SECURITIES ACT GIVEN APPROVAL louse Bank Committee Acts on Fletcher-Steagall Measure. WASHINGTON, March 1. /P)-The bouse banking committee today pproved the Fletcher-Steagall bill xtendtagr until March 3, 1935, the period during: which government ecuritles can be used as collateral or federal reserve notes. Meanwhile, Secretary Morgenthau aid the treasury would have an announcement early next week on d'arch 15 financing plans. The bill also would let the pres dent, by proclamation, extend the leriod not more than two years beyond March 3,1935. Governor Eugene Black of the ederal reserve board, testifying to support of the bill, told the committee that this authority would be used to help maintain the currency m an expanded basis. The treasury announcement will come Monday or Wednesday. March 15 maturities aggregate 1460,000,000, but the prospect of a jillion in fourth liberty loan bonds falling 1 due April 15 led some observers to believe an exchange offering might be made. While the treasury has a huge cash balance of $4,949,000,000 it was not expected any of the maturities would be paid in cash but rather Half a cup of cooked mushrooms added to 2 cups of creamed chicken turns a plain dish into a "company" one. Canned pineapple, peaches or apricots browned in a little fat and topped with broiled chops makes a tempting dish. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. /(OAH AfUMSKUU. ITS ONLY A BRIEF- CASE, CAN THE DOOR HANDLE IT? RUTH GUSrARsoM. DUUUTH, MINN, A MYTH Al-LAN 8ELVJPOD, GAR!EAI CIT-r, U.I. DEA15 NOAH=- DOES IT TAKS A Flfee ALARM To AWAICEN A PORCH'? SIMMQN-- iEl-E*,,11-1-, FINK'S SMART APPAREL New ^^^^ Spring DRESSES! See Them Tomorrow! Pmebarks Prints Navies High Shades The Finest Selection We Have Ever Offered at Such Low Prices Newest Knitted Suits and Dresses Jacket Ensembles Triple Sheers, etc. SIZES TO 44 15 South Federal where QUALITY comes first new offers would be made lor refunding purposes. Of the cash balance, $2,000,000,000 is set aside for the money stabilization fund and another $808.000,000 of gold proft is being left untouched. The boom had to stop, anyway. There wasn't space on a resldenc« lot to make bathrooms blger.--Ke- wanee Star-Courier. Koturns to Navy. C H A P I N -- Dale Barney left Tuesday for San Diego, Cal., to resume his duties in the navy after spending 10 days at the home of his parents. Santa Cruz, Cal., beach bathers were surprised to see a deer swim ming several hundred yards off shore followed by a flock of seagulls. Local naturalists said deer frequently take to salt water to rid themselves of ticks and fleas. Just in! NEW FUR JACKETS Our stock of 1934 Spring Jackets now on display--all the smart, new details, attractive prices. BENOWITZ BROS. FUR SHOP 221 N. Federal Thone OSS NASAL CATARRH . . . S O O T H I N G COMFORTING R E L I E F CltAftS HEAD QUICKLY Buy Your SPRING DRESS Now SALE PRICES ARE STILL EFFECTIVE 114 North Federal Ave. By. 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