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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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H elping the- omemaker By Cecily Brownstone FAMILY LUNCH s Chilled Boiled Shrimps on Salad Greens Coral Sauce Crusty Rolls . Peach Cobbler Beverage ; ' CORAL SAUCE Ingredients: One cup mayon naise or mayonnaise-type salad dressing, Vi cup chili sauce, tablespoons vinegar, M teaspoon »ajt, Vi teaspoon sugar, freshly ground pepper (to taste), V» tea spoon Onion salt. Method: Stir all ingredients to ge.ther and serve with chillc boiled shrimps on salad greens Makes about IV'a cups sauce. ··. --o-Air Route Planned by Trans-Pacific : TOKYO «)--Three 'Japanese air line officials plan to buy planes i the United States for a trans-Pa cific air service Japan hopes to in aii'guratc in the fall. The three executives of Japan' only civilian airline will confer wit the U.S. Civil Aviation Board ant buy'planes from Douglas and Lock heed aircraft companies. THE BARGAIN HOUSE 113 South Delaware Will Be CLOSED SEPT. 11 THRU 30 For Vacation -- Speaking of Foods / Squash Under Fancy Names Tastes Good Hubbard seems like a commonsense, forthright name Cor a vegetable like squash, -but squash has its moments, too. Sometimes it offers itself under the whimsical name of Patty Pan and again you'll find it as the foreign sounding zucchini. How to prepare these varieties for the table is the topic of this week's food column. By Lucy R««v*t To continue with our recipes for squash, we'll consider first t h c pretty white, scalloped edge summer squash, called "Patty-Pan." Since this variety Is very much on the "watery" side perhaps you would be interested to know of a method to expell the excess moisture. Cook t h e Patty-Pan whole in salted water, until it is tender when pricked with a fork. Then place each squash between two dinner plates (right sides up) and "squash" out as much water as possible, retaining the seeds and pulp. Return, to the saucepan, season with as much butter as the budget will allow, mash or beat smooth, add a little cream, salt and pepper to taste. This is delicious when served with thick sliced tomatoes. If you care to bake a "Patty- Pan," try scooping out the center and mix the pulp with moisture-absorbing crumbs and seasonings,' as follows: Steam till tender six small white squash about three to four inches. Scoop out centers, leaving a 1-inch scalloped rim and a thin shell Mash the squash centers and press lightly in colander to remove water. Mix in 3 tbsp. melted butter, 2 tbsp. cream, V4 cup coarse bread crumbs, ivi teaspoon salt, pinch pepper, 2 tbsp. chopped parsley. Pack into shells, top each with grated cheese, place in greased baking pan and bake in 400 degree F. oven about 20 minutes until heated through. Here are several suggestions for using summer squash or zucchini. Stuffed Zucchini To stuff zucchini, parboil first, cut in half, or remove slice from top, hollow out center, add this pulp to other ingredients, return to shell, dot with butter, bake and brown in moderate oven. Add pulp to chopped cooked ham, mushrooms, bread crumbs, parsley,' butter, a n d ' t o m a t o catsup. Combine pulp with finely chopped onion, parsley, egg, grated Parmesan cheese, and a little of the water- in which the zucchini was cooked. Fill the cavity with ' partially cooked pork sauasage. A r r a n g e pineapple wedges around the edge. THAT PROITHSE RUGGED UIERR! Budget-wisp mothers find extra wear and rugged construction in bur shoes for school .children! They're well-made of finest long-lasting leathers . . . fitted with expert care. We have those famous GREAT SCOTT SHOES FOR CHILDREN W« H«v« Th« Followinfl Styles in Stock · BROWN MOC TOE OXFORD · BROWN AND WHITE ; SADDLES · .BLACK. ANd WHITE SADDLES · BROWN AND WHITE REVERSE SADDLE Sizes 6V? to Big 3 A, B, C, «nd D Width* Depending on Size For the Young Lady SADDLES Brown and White Black and White and others Reg. 8.95 5' s For the Young Man THOSE WONDERFUL COMFORTABLE SHOES FOR MEN In All The New Fall Styles and Colors. Loafers - Oxfords - Crepe Soles - Leather Soles - White or Blue Bucks. NOW FROM ONLY Odd Lot Shoe Co. 121 South Federal Th* Only Sho« Star* of lr Kind in th« Midwtst Fill the cavity with cr'eamerl shrimp, seasoned with minced chives. Top with grated cheese and dash of paprika. Alternate layers of sliced or cubed zucchini, crumbled crackers, grated cheese, and minced parsley. Slightly dilute cream of chicken soup with water and pour over. znoderate oven. (Mushroom soup may be substituted.) --o-Virginia Groe/ Paul Martin Wed LAKE MILLS--AL .the Salem Lutheran Church in Lake Mills in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Joel C. Jorgnsori of Scarvillc, Miss Virginia Ruth Groe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Groe, became the bride of Paul H. Martin, son of thc laic Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Martin of What Cheer. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Arlcnc Harang, a classmate of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Donavon Twomblcy of Osceola served as bestman and ushers were Richard and James "I lied and cheated, but I loved" the Baroness said. "I am an adulteress. I lied and cheated, but I experienced a truly great love." This is her shocking story and. th'e story of the sensitive young woman who came to'help her write her lurid memoirs and stayed to be nearly destroyed herself. Don't miss thia g r i p p i n g , complete novel in the new September Ladies' Home Journal.Getyour copy today! M A R R I E D IN JOICE--Miss Junicc Slattum, Mn.soii City,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Slattum of Joico,' became the bride of Harm DcGroot, son of Mr.,and Mrs. John DcGroot of Sheffield, in a double ring ceremony performed in the Bethel Lutheran Church at .loice. The candlelight service was Groe of Lake Mills and Kendall performed Moore, Gibson, nephew of thc Thompson bridegroom. . Ill t,~£ I UVJ I I I . ^" 11 tCU T I I I . I I ui.i4j*ii-L.J Wi. . £^1(11111711. Miss Mildred Holslad played the chrysanthemums, palms und can- nuptial music and accompanied dclabra James Groe and Herbert Hills, vocalists. (Nuptial music was played by Di ·uibia. Ann Kloastcr of Brill, cousin of the Mrs. Emma Burns, the 94-year- bridegroom, w h o accompanied old great-grand mother of the bride, and Mrs. 13. A. Anderson, grandmother of the bride, were guests. Walter Van Nest of Sheffield who sang "I'll Walk Beside Thcc," fore Thine Altar, Lord" and lit L11UL L/JL L I I U Ul 1UL-, W U I U £ U U 3 l 3 * - ~ - ~ .*- L....V. . -H.M i j Immediately after the ceremony Lord's Prayer." - n o n n J i r \ r » i \ r o c . rlitmr, V... I U /v THn m'lHp f^TltOI' a reception was given by the bride's parents to 200 guests. 'Be- 'The 5 Prayer." Thc bride entered with her father .numa iu ^.uu jjuusih. ''""' was ntlircd in an ivory satin After a short trip the couple \vill S° wl1 trimmed in lace with n full live in Chicago where Mr. Martin skirt extending into n train. Her will continue his education at thc fingertip veil was edged with Chan- Chicago College of Optomctry. ^" v lacc antl held by a crown of The bride is a graduate of the l n c e a ' lcl PC«'' J orange blossoms. Hijgh School and the She carried gnrncl roses set in a graduate oC heart shaped frame oC lace. - - ·- Mrs. Calvin Rasmusscn, .sister of Lake Mills bridegroom ... .. ,, _. What Cheer High School. Both are mini. U.HUCI .riiijii ociiuoj. until are «*·"· ·-"" graduates of the State University thc lir i (l c, as matron o£ honoi «r r n ..,~ ivnrr* hn m of Iowa. --0-Blake-Wentzel Wedding Is Held STACYVILLE -- Dixie Wenlzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wentxel of Austin, became the bride 'of Adrian Blake, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Blake, in a double ring ceremony performed at St. Augustine's Church in Austin. Ushers were QucnUn Blake, John Spartz and Robert- Wentzcl. 1 Bridesmaid was Jcariette House and the bridegroom was attended by Darrell Mayer of Stacyvillc. Following thc ceremony, a reception and dinner were held in the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall for 120 guests. A dance was given in thc evening at the Tcrp Ballroom. The bridegroom is employed at the Stacyvillc Elevator' Company. They will live in' Stacyville. --°~ Find Equipment of Giant Tribe BURNABY, Canada lift--Seeming evidence that giants once inhabited British Columbia has been found by VV. 15. and E. M. Norman, a father and son geology team here. In a 30- ycar-scarch of their two-acre plot they found weapons only supermen could use--200 In 300-pound granite axes, huge belt axes, knife-handles and spears. wore an orchid marquisette formal and carried a yellow candle corsage. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Howard Means of Minneapolis/sister of thc bridegroom, and Barbara Tweed cousin of the bride, who wore for mals of orchid and green marquisette like thc matron of honor's and carried yellow candle corsages. Howard Means of Minneapolis brother-in-law of the bridegroom was bcstmau atid Lclarid Kcnnedj of Williams, Robert Ubben of Shcf field, Verrion Heimclal, cousin Our Beauty School Training OFFERS YOU A COMPLETE * MODEKN COURSE Ihnt can mcnn n bright future as a w e l l paid Dcnullclan, H.ilr stylist. 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The Investors League, th« Feder- Uon of Women Shareholders in imcrican Business and t'he Nation- 1 Federalipn of Financial Analysts societies, along with other organi- zations, are sending out posters and will later send out individual tags advocating voting at an investor. , these organization! claim that investors are heavily represented At*, n, mi in the 49 per,cent of voUn who have stayed away, from the polls the last 20 years. ' · · - IMPORTED 'RICH, IHPOK.TKP FUR. VELOURS FA SHIONED. .. 5 MA R TL y , TRIMMF-O...IN ALL MfW FALL COLORS. LARGER ·Dotty Dunn 104 North Federal RY A G G CLASSIFIED ADI DfllRV HI BOYS and GIRLS Something Special for You SATURDAY and SUNDAY AUG. 30-31 or Ai Long Ai They Lost TOY BALLOONS H*lium Inflated Given With the Purchat* of MALTED MILKS SUNDAES QUARTS and PINTS DAIRY QUEEN Wh*th«r in Bulk- Malts--Sundaes or Cones Is Delicious and Refreshing GOME EARLY TO AVOID THE HUSH And Before the Balloons Are All Gone Located at 515 No. Federal Ave. YOUR DAIRY QUEEN STORE HIS* FOR' YOUR PROFESSION LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE . . . A CAREER THAT WILL BRING YOU HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. ' / Writ*, Phone or Come In for a Personal Interview, at No Obligation! FALL CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. M5-22 LaJames College of Beauty Culture 24 2nd St. N. E. p ho ne 974 the bride, and Elwin Tempel Webster City, ushers. The mother of the bn'dc wore n a v y and the bridegroom's mother :i gray suit. Both had white accessories and corsages of pink roses and white cnrnatio'ns. Following' tlic'cbrcmony, a rcccp tion'was held in thc church parlor: where a short program was given Mrs. Orin Hcimdal, aunt of the bride, cut the cake and JNorrnn Lot Rogues of · Minneapolis poured Evonnc Slattum, Lou Ann Ramsey Shirley Slattum, cousins of the bride, and Florcnc Slcnsr'ud assist od in serving. Wanda Almelien o Minneapolis had charge of thc guest book and JdcJIa Vail, Minnc apolis, the gifts. Mrs. Arthur Twccc was dining roam hostess and Mrs Theodore Ramsey anrl Mrs. M a r t i r Bang had charge of refreshments. For going a w a y ' t h e bride chose n gray suit with navy accessories and a corsage of red roses. The couple went on a trip to the Black Hills. Thc bride 'attended school at Lake Mills and Hillcrest Academy at Fergus Falls, Minn., and is em ployed by the Thrift Loan Com pany, Masnn City. Thc bridcgroon.. attended school at -Sheffield and is! engaged in f a r m i n g , --o-Nuptial Vows Are Exchanged CALM Aft--Miss Ruth Anne Horton became thc bride of John Kantor Lorcnx, at the St. Aloys/us Church, the Rev. W. J. Ryan, Ma- /ceppa, Minn., uncle of the bride, performing the double r i n g ceremony and the nuptial High Mass. Sister Mary Beth played the organ. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Vincent J. Iforlon and "the late Dr. Norton. Mr. Lorcnz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lorcnz of Brill. Miss Helen Tlorton, sister of the bride, was makl of honor and Miss Sally Loren/, bridegroom's si.stcr, was bridesmaid. Norbcrl Lorcnz attended his brother as bestman. Ushering were Alvin Lass of Britt and W. P. Bastian of Clear Lake. A wedding breakfast was served in thc Viking Room of the Hotel Winncshiok in Uccorah, followed by a reception in tho home of thc bride's mother for 100 guests. After a wedding trip to Canada they will make their home on the bridegroom's f a r m near Brill where he has farmed since his return from serving four years in the U. S. Navy during World War H. Thc bride was engaged in teaching home economics the past year in the Fort Dodge High School. --o-- SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson of Correctionville vis- lilted Mrs. M. Swcnson and Wesley. WHERE YOU CAN DRESS BETTER FOR LESS1 Budget-Stretching Back-to-School Fashions WINTER COATS See our wonderful selection'includ- ing new checks,' inspired, stripes, striking chevron weaves. All ,new- est.colors,, scores of styles. OTHERS M.»5 TO 4MS New Arrival*! DRESSES 10" Novelty weaves are most attractive . : . rayon taffetas, failles, c r c p e a, satins, corduroy, and combinations. 34 95 Oth«r» to U.W Use Our Convenient L«y-Aw»y PUn SKIRTS Blouses . . . 2.99 Cottons, rayons and other novelty fabrics in wide range of brnnd new styles for Fall. Othtrs 1.99 to 3.99 2.99 to 5.99 Straighlline and flared styles, m a n y full circle skirts fashioned of new and novelty fabrics. Cottons, wools and rayons. Visit SWEATER CENTER You cannot appreciate selection until you've seen our collection of all v/ool, all nylon, and'mixture v/eaves. Dozens of styles and. t\ nti all colors and sizes . , , £.vv up 3 South F«d*nd

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