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

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DECEMBER 28 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE SEVEN THOUSANDS OF COOKIE RECIPES IN WEEK'S TABLE TALK Birds Will Benefit by Yule Trees Supervisor of Game for Iowa Asks Christmas Trees be Saved. "Don't throw away or burn your Christmas trees," is the plea of William Schuenke, supervisor of game for Iowa. "When their usefulness for instilling holiday spirit is done, place them upright in the yard and tie food to their branches, bits of suet, or place bread crumbs beneath so that the snow will not cover it," states Schuenke. "Or better still, organize a group to gather up as many trees as possible and take them to quail or pheasant territory and construct shelters where the birds may have protection from the winter winds and snow. Have the city authorities of your city issue an order that all Christmas trees are to be saved for this purpose. Solicit the aid of the Boy Scouts and sportsmen's groups and keep the shelter supplied with food throughout the winter season." "We think of ourselves at the hoi. iday season," explains Schuenke, "and much money is spent for food but we should give some thought to our feathered friends. For the good they do and for the joy they bring into bur lives we should give them every consideration during the winter when food for the birds is scarce and covered with snow." "Make your Christmas tree do double duty this year and make the birds happy as well as yourself." Sick Football Star Carried to Hospital From Burning Home SHENANDOAH, Dec. 28. (JP-George Claypool, local footbal! star who has been ill since Thanksgiving day, was carried from his burning home to a local hospital today. Firemen extinguished the blaze which caused only slight damage. Our guess is that the world will be rebuilt by men who can change typewriter ribbons without having a conference.--Kessinger's Review. For New Year Celebrations! DRESSES Advance 1934 Creations! Friday and Saturday Fascinating new hostess frocks-gorgeous high shades--exquisite print combinations -- s t u n n i n g two-tones -- marvelous embroidery, metallic or bead trims--clever black and whites--splendid quality Rasha, Mossy or plain crepes! Individual styles for dining, dancing, theater, tea, bridge and evening events! Smart COATS Of the Better Type! Distinctive models with choicest furs--select fabrics--rich linings and interlinings--each beautifully tailored--priced to assure substantial savings! Choose yours Promptly! 'Now! JEANETTE BEYER GIVES NEW IDEAS Globe-Gazette Food Expert Writes of Many Varieties of Cookies; Offers Interesting Recipes. Jeanette Beyer, Globe-Gazette food expert, has a lot to say about cookies in her Table Talk this week. Most housewives have favorite cookie recipes, perhaps new favorites will come out of trying Miss Beyer's recipes. Have you any culinary problems? Send them to Miss Beyer in care of the Globe-Gazette anrt she will be glad to take care of them for you. cle Bey 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Will -we never have done with* cookiea? I should say not--and neither will you when you embark on more of these intriguing sweets. Commence on one, and you are tempted to try another and another. The rules are clear and easy, and the products so delicious, that bake as hard as you will, it will be hard to keep ahead of the family's sampling, so that there will be a. few left for gift boxes. And if you want to know how to entertain a feminine callei', lead her to your kitchen, dress her in a big clean apron, and start out ou cookies, each of you making a different recipe. The mixing and tast- ings are sweet to share, and when the labors are all done, put on the coffee pot. The refreshments are ready, and the call will have been an enormous success. I've chosen three cookies again as "best"--though that is not a true statement, when there are so many "best" among- all the recipes which follow. By the way, in judging the recipes, neat clear directions always count favorably, as well as accurate level measurements, and some indication as to cooking temperature. When the amount of flour is left for guessing, the recipe can never get first honors. A real spicy cookie, which is something like English ginger bread, quite hard, without .soda or eggs, is the following: Sptco Cootcie. Vi cup butter; 1 tsp. ginger; 2 tsp. allspice; 1 tsp. mixed anise and coriander seed; 1 cup warm molasses; 34 cups pastry flour; 2 tbsp. finely chipped candied cherries; 2 tbsp. finely chopped citron; 2 tbsp. finely chopped currants; grated rind of 1 lemon; % cup finely chopped nut meats. Mix together butter, ginger, allspice, anise and coriander seed, grated rind of lemon aud add warm molasses and stir until butter is melted. Add flour to make a soft dough (it may take a little more or less than amount given). Let stand 20 minutes. Work the cherries, citron, currants and nut meats into mixture, then toss onto a floured board and pat out to one inch thickness. Cut out with small cutter and bake in moderate oven 20 to 25 minutes. When cold ice with boiled frosting. Place on top of each cookie a piece of candied fruit or nut.-Lillian Finch. The second cookie is a softer one, rich and delicious. 1'ccsin Sticks. ',i cup butter 1 cup brown sugar '/:: cup chopped pecans 1 tsp. vanilla Vi tsp. salt 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking poivdor. Cream butter, and sugar. Add .veil beaten eggs, nuts and other in- jredlents. Bake In moderate oven, 30 minutes. Turn out at once and cut in sticks or squares. --Edith Wetmore. Crisp, sweet delicious thin rounds ire the follwing cookies which have a different flavor. Cheese Cookies. Vi Ib. butter ¥2 Ib. Philadelphia Cream Cheese INSIDE A WOMAN'S HEAD IS STYLE NEW STYLES IN GLASSES Are Fitted by · O P T O M E T R I S T Livergood Bros. 1.10 N. Fed. Vz cup sugar 2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking" powder cinnamon 1 tbsp. sugar mixed with I'/i tsp. Nuts. Cream butter and cream, cheese. Add sugar, mix well; add flour with baking powder and mix well. Put in cool place (refrigerator) for or.e- lalf hour. Roll out very thin, cut with cookie cutter. Put sugar and cinnamon and finely chopped nuts on top. Bake in low oven, until a ight yellow. (If put over a round form, they will hold their shapes). --Babette Bayer. German Cookies. "Lcbkucken." 4 cups molasses (or honey) l'/4 cups brown sugar 1V= cups shortening (preferably goose or chicken fat--never butter) 1 cup sweet cream 4 tsp. soda. 1 tbsp. salt. Spice liberally. Add any chopped nutmeats desired--also citron or orange and lemon peel cut very fine. Add flour to make as thick aa can )e stirred. Then cover closely and set in a cold place for 5 or 6 days, Cut out piece and roll while cold and stiff whenever ready to bake cakes. Coll be frosted after baking f desired. Dough can be kept in cold for long time. Cakes Improve ' standing. Dora L. Earl, Rt. 2. My Best Cookie. I pack Christmas boxes will cookies and the best one to keep moist and retain Its excellence ic the following: 1 cup sugar % cup buter or other shortening 2 eggs well beaten 4 tbsp. sour cream (use some amount of shortening If you hav no cream on hand) 1 tsp. salt (scant) Vz tsp. vanilla 1 cup bran flakes or all bran ^ cup flour 1 scant tsp. baking powder 1 cup raisins, nuts, dates, cut fini Mix sugar and butter, add eggs and cream, salt and vanilla, bran aud flour Into which baking powde has been sifted. If you substitute shortening for cream, use sami amount of milk for moisture, (· tbsp.) Flour raisins, nuts and date! well and turn them in last thing your batter should be stiff enoug! to make little wads of cooky dougl by itself. Bake in large well but tared pang In moderate oven for 30 minutes. You can add chocolate to part of yottr batter, thus making two kinds of cookies. The longe: these cookies are kept, the mori moist and more delicious they be come.--Marcia Montgomery. Ginger Snaps. 1 cup molasses .i cup granulated sugar 1 cup butter Boil together the above S 01 minutes--not over 4 minutes Add % tbsp. ginger % tbsp. soda (scant) Vanilla, salt Stir stiff as you can and roll thin aa possible and bake in moderat oven. Put cookies in covered jar an will stay crisp and brittle and freirt till used.--Mrs. Fred Fish. Mary Betty Carrot Cookies (Dropped) 1 cup grated carrots ',4 tsp. soda in 1 cup honey % cup shortening 2 eggs 1 cup chopped raisins 1 cup coarsely chopped nute 2 cups oatmeal 2 level cups flour 2 tsp. baking powder % tsp. salt Spice to taate Put together in order given. Dro by spoonfuls on greased pan. Flal ten with spoon for fork and bak In moderate oven.--Mrs. Ann Lacko. Chocolate Cookies. 1 (13 oz.) can Eagle Brand con densed milk '4 Ib. can Bakers' Shredded Co ^oanut 2 squares chocolate melted Handful of oatmeal Drop on buttered cookie shee and bake in moderately hot oven.-Edith Wetmore. Fruit Cookies, SttbsHlutes for Fruit Cuke. (Dropped) 2 cups sugar 1 cup shortening 2 eggs 3 cups pastry flour !i tsp. baking powder V tsp. cloves 2 tsp. cinnamon % tap. nutmeg % cup milk Vi cup candied pineapple Yi. cup citron · 1 cup each raisins, candled cher ries and walnuta Cream together sugar and short enimj and beat eggs in one at me. Sift dry ingredients together nd add alternately with milk. Chop ruit and nuts and mix in well. Drop y the teospoonful on greased tin jid bake in a moderate oven. May e simplified by omitting pineapple nd citron if desired. Delicious and :eep for months. In an attractive in box makes a fine Christmas resent.--Mrs. Anna Lacko. Molasses Ourmeal Cookies, V-* cup molasses % cup sugar 2-3 cup melted shortening 1 1 egg 1 cup flour 1-3 tsp. salt 1% tsp. baking powder Va tbsp. ginger 1 cup rolled oats Mix molasses, sugar, shortening and well beaten egg. Add the flour, alt, balling powder and ginger Ifted together. Stir in the rolled ats. From a teaspoon drop on a greased baking sheet. Bake in a low oven 35 minutes--Mrs. Harry C. Haskins. Date Nut Bars. 1 cup walnuts 1 cup sugar 3 tsp. baking powder sifted with IVi cups flour 3 egg whites and yolk beaten separately 1 tsp. vanilla. 1 Ib. dates chopped fine M- tsp. salt Mix in. order given. Spread in square pan and bake, cutting immediately. When cool put in bag of jowdered sugar and shade--Mrs. P. 3J. Holmes, box 442. Chocolate Drop Cookies. 1 cup sugar ^2 cup butter 1 egg beaten V 2 cup milk i'/i cups sifted flour 2 tsp. baking powder H tsp. salt 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 tsp. vanilla Melt the chocolate, add the butter and augar, add egg and milk. Jse two tbsp. flour to coat the chopped nuts. Then add the nuts and the sifted dry ingredients to the liquid mixture. Drop by spoons- ful on greased baking sheet. Bake n quick oven. Spread while hot with a white or chocolate icing-Mrs. T. M. Holmes, box 442. Boston Cookies I 1 /; cups sugar 1 cup butter 3 eggs 1 tsp. aorta li/j tbsp. hot water » j tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 cup chopped waimit meats Va cup currants H cup chopped raisins 3V'i cups flour To make, cream butter and sugar, add well beaten eggs, add soda dissolved in hot water, half the flour mixed and sifted with the salt and cinnamon, mixed nuts and fruit with the remaining half. Drop by spoons- ful on buttered baking sheet and bake in moderate oven.--Mrs. T. M. Holmes, box 442. Vnnllln Klpflre. V- cup ground blanched almonds 1 cup butter 6 tablespoons sugar % cup powdered sugar :, teaspoon vanilla 214 cups cake flour. Cream butter, flour nnd the 0 tablespoons augar, add nuts and flavoring. Knead misture in bowl or lightly floured board. Chill dough over night. Roll on floured board to about Mi inch thickness with pastry wheel or knife. Cut 1-3 inch wide by 3 inches long, arrange in shape of horseshoes on an oiled baking sheet. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees) about 15 minutes or till edges are brown. Remove with a spatula to clean brown paper and dust with powdered sugar. Fruit Icebox Cookies. 1 cup fat (i,'s butter) 1 cup white sugar 1 cup brown augar \\ cup sour cream i cup chopped figs 1 cup chopped raisins 1 cup chopped dates ¥1 cup chopped nuts 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cloves Vi teaspoon salt 2 beaten eggs 5 cups flour 1 teaspoon soda Cream fat and sugar, add eggs, spices, salt and fruit and stir well. Dissolve aoda in sour cream and add alternately with the flour. Mix thoroughly, add more flour If too soft. Shape into two rolls and wrap in wax paper. Let stand 24 hours in ice box or cold place, cut in thin slices and bake. Improves with age. --Mrs. Wilbur Whltaker. Oatmeal Cookies. 2 cups sugar 1 cup lard or butter 1 egg 4 tablespoons sour milk 1 teaspoon soda J « cup molasses Pinch, of salt 1 pint raisins \'z cup walnuts 1 teaspoon vanilla 4 cups flour 4 cups oats. Mix sugar and butter together, beat egg till real light. Pour sour millc on -jgg and soda. Then the rest. Bake as any other cookie--Edith Teavey Butterscotch Cookle» Cream together -i cup butter 3 cups brown sugar Add 3 beaten eggs Mix in sifted 5 cups Hour ?i tsp. cream of tartar * tsp. baking soda 1 tbsp. vanilla Now divide the dough into half, and divide on half again. To one ',4 of the dough add 1 cup eocoanut, to another ,i add V- cup black walnut meats, leave remaining half plain. Form these 3 into separate rolls. Wrap in heavy waxed paper and store in refrigerator until time to bake--at least 8 hours. When ready to bake, slioa eocoanut and walnut mixtures very thin and bake in hot ( .en (425 deg.) until golden brown. From plain mixture make filled cookies as follows: Filling-1 cup chopped dates % cup sugar \i cup water V~ cup uutmeats Cook till a spoonful is thick enough to hold shape on a cookie. Slice plain dough as thlngly as possible. Place small amount of filler on bottom cooky and cover with another. Bake in moderate oven, 375 deg. for 10 minutes. When storing these cookies put in separate tins aa filled ones take crispness from the others.--Flora D. Stamp, box 379. Fruit Nuggets (Holiday Kickshaws) Cream 1 cup shortening, add 2 cups augar and cream together. Beat 2 eggs and add. Sift together 3 cups cake flour, 3 tsp. baking powder, tap. salt, Vz tsp. cloves, 2 tsp. cinnamon, and , tsp. nutmeg, and add alternately with % cup milk. Chop cup candied pineapple, 1 cup raisins, 1 cup candled cherries, and i cup English walnuts and mix in well. Drop by teaspoonfula either on greased baking tin or in tiny paper baking cups. Bake in slow oven (325 deg.)--Flora D. Stamp, box 379. Ice Box Cookies. 1 cup brown sugar *!·· cup shortening (part butter) 1 egg 1% cupe flour 14 teaspoon aoua i,(i teaspoon cream of tartar Nutmeg Nutmeats stirred In last. Roll in long roll, leave over night, after wrapping in waxed paper. Place in ice box. Next day slice thin and bake in moderate oven.--Edith Wetmore. mincemeat Cookies. 1 cup butter l'/ 2 cups sugar 3 eggs 1 tsp. soda 1% tbsp. hot water 3^1 cups flour % tsp. salt 1 cup chopped walnut meats 1 pkg. mincemeat which has been broken up in small pieces. Cream butter; add sugar gradually, add eggs well beaten. Add soda dissolved in hot water and V_. of flour, mixed and sifted with salt Then add nutmeats and mincemeal and the remainder of flour. Drop by spoonsful an inch or two apart on a greased baking aheet and bake in a moderate oven, 350 deg. until golden brown. Remove from oven when stll soft and cover before entirely cool. --Mrs. B. R. Wurzel. Lace Cukes. 1 tbsp. butter well creamed with 1 cup sugar · 2 scant tsp. baking powder 1 cup uncooked rolled oats 1 cup force breakfast food VB tsp. salt -1 cup flour 2 well beaten eggs 1 scant tsp. almond extract or vanUla. Mix and drop on buttered tins by spoonsful and bake in hot oven --Mrs. B. R. Wurzel. Sour Cream Cookies. 2 cups sugur 1 cup butter 1 cup sour cream 3 eggs 1 level tsp. soda dissolved In cream 2 tsp. vnnilla. 2 tsp. baking powder Flour enough to roll. --Miss Hazel Nesbit. Chocolate Fruit Christinas Cookies 2 cups sugar 1 cup fat 4 eggs B oz. chocolate 4 cups flour 1 cup milk 1 tsp. vanilla % cup nutmeaLi 6 oz. chocolate ',4 cup selected cherries ~ii cup raisins 4 Isp. baking powder. Cream fat with sugar for 3 min utes. Add eggs, and chocolate. Bea for 2 minutes. Add flour and milk gradually. Next add vanilla anc baking powder. Beat batter for 2 minutes. Then add fruit and nut meats slowly. If batter does no drop from spoon stiffly, add mor Hour until it does so. Drop on to ; greased cookie tin. Bake in ove about 300 deg. Test by putting i knife on the top of cookies. I done it will not aink. It only take a few minutes to bake. --Lois McMillen. CABBAGE IS A MOST FAVORITE VEGETABLE It must he that cabbage ia n. fav orite vegetable--delicious ways cooking It are still arriving. We wi let you have the benefit of ever one: Cabbage All firntin. Rinse In cold water one head o cabbage, chopped fine and let Stan In cold water 15 minutes. Drop cab bage in boiling salted water an boil 8 minutes. Prepare medium white sauce of 1 cup milk, 2 tbs; jrated cheese. When thick, ad yolks of 2 eggs which have bee Booked hard and chopped fine. Cho whites fine, salect casserole and ai rang layers of cabbage, chopped eg and white sauce. Top the caasero NASAL CATARRH . . . S O O T H I N G C O M F O R T I N G R E L I E F . . . CLEARS HEAD QUICKLY rith bread crumba. Bake for 30 mi- utes at 375 deg. Mrs. F. L. Whcaton. Smother Cabbage. 1 medium sized cabbage 1 tsp. soda 2 thin slices bacon Salt and pepper to taste. Core cabbage and cut into quar- ers. Place in boiling water con- ainlng 1 tsp. soda and bofl 3 linutes. Pour off the water, rinse rice In cold water and drain. Cut he bacon in small squares, fry a ghl crisp brown In a large skillet, dd the cabbage, cover and simmer minutes turning frequently. Seaon to taste. Baked Italian Cabbage. 1 tsp. aoda 1 medium cabbage 1 cup sliced onions 1 cup sliced tomatoes, fresh or canned % cup chopped green peppers 2 tbsp. bacon grease 2 tbsp. grated cheese 1 tbsp. bread crumbs % cup tomato juice or water Salt nnd pepper to taste. Fry the onions slowly until a light rown In grease, add the tomatoes. nl green pepper, boil hard for S ninnies, add the tomato juice or vater and salt and pepper to taste nd simmer ten minutes. Core and chop the cabbage oarsely, place in boiling water ".on- aiding i tsp. soda, and boil 3 a '.n- tes. Pour off the water, rinse once n cold water and drain. Season vith salt and pepper. Line the bot- om of a buttered caeerole with Vi he cabbage, add a layer of \'± the ooked mixture, the remainder of the cabbage and finally the remainder of the cooked mixture. Mix the ;rated cheese and crumba, and prinkle on top. Bnke 25 minutes. Mrs. H. Foroes. Dutch Cabbage Fry chunks of bacon or freshened salt pork and pour off moat of the "at. Then into the spider put a layer f cabbage, then a few slicea of tniou, then another of cabbage, salt and pepper, and pour over 1 cup vatcr and cover and cook unti: done keeping just enough water to prevent burning. When done let fry down just a little.--Mrs. I. J. Potter Imperial Salad (6 servings uses only *4 package) I level tbsp. Knox gelatin % cup cold water H cup sugar 1 cup pineapple Juice (canned) 2 tbsp. lomon juice V4 tsp. salt ] /2 cup grated raw carrot (use coarse grater) 1 egg yolk % cup whipped cream or whippei evaporated milk 2 cups cabbage shredded 1 cup canned pineapple cut I small pieces Soak gelatin In cold water abou 5 minutes. Beat egg yolk with suga and salt, add pineapple juice nn lemon juice and cook over boilin; water until it thickens sli.ghUy. Adi soaked gelatin to hot mixture am stir until dissolved. Cool and fol in whipped cream or whipped evap orated milk, cabbage, pineapple am carrot. Turn into small moltjs tba have been rinsed. In cold water am chill. When firm u:mold on lettuci and serve with mayonnaise--Mrs Grace M. Heald. Cocoamit Salad Delicious 2 cups cabbage finely sliedded 1 cup grated pineapple drained JUDGMENT SALE BRINGS 50 GENTS 900 Bushels of Corn, 78 Tons of Hay, 3 Loads of Wood Sold. HARTFORD, S. Dak., Dec. 28. 'TV--A 50 cent piece bought about 00 bushels of corn, 78 tons of hay, traw and fodder, and three lOE^dn 5f wood near here late yesterday vhen 250 farmers assembled at a oreclosure sale. Lawrence Green, a deputy shcr- "f, was threatened nnd became ill rom a slight heart attack during he proceedings, nnd Jerry Matier, Sioux Falls attorney, was forcer! o withdraw a bid of 33 cents a bu- hel on the corn by threats of a inciting in a water tank. The sale was ordered by the cii- :uit court to satisfy a 5868 judgment against Fay Aldrlch, Hartford armcr. Attorneys said they would akc steps to set the sale aside ou lie grounds of fraud and coercion if lecessary. Pn.ul J. Paulson, aald to be from Sioux Falls, bought the corn, hay and wood. 1 cup Bakers' cocotinut \i cup mayonnaise 1 pinch salt Crisp cabbage by allowing- it to stand in Ice water. Drain and dry thoroughly. Toss lightly together with remaining ingredients. Servo on crisp lettuce. Garnish with strips of pimento and green pepper. Serves six.--Mrs. Grace M. Hcald. Planned for Friday Night. ROWAN--The Bible class of the M. E. Sunday school will hold a social gathering in the Albro homo Friday evening with a covered tUsli 'uncheon. Miss Shafer is the teacher. Paris has a school of imagination, out over here it just grows wild.--· Atlanta Constitution. Mothers, Mix This At Home for a Bad Cough Needa No Cooking! Big Savingl You'll he plciiBantly aurpriEied wticu you mntvO uij this snnplo home mixture and try it for a distressing t'ougft. It'f^im trouble to mis, nnd coats but n triQc, yut it can be ilcpnndctl upon to give quick nnd lusting rclicf- JRInkc n syrup by titirring 2 cupH of cruimluted nugar nnd one cup o£ water tor a few momtmts until dissolved. No C(jol:lns needed. Get 2^ ounces of Pincx from any druggist, nut it into a pint bottle, nnd fill up with your sugar syrup. TLc p i n t thus made K\VQB you four times as much couyh remedy for y o u r money, yet it is fnr mon :rtectivo ttmn roii (Jy-imi tie medicine. Keeps perfectly ami tastes fine. This simple remedy Ima n remark- nlilp three-fold nctitm. It Kootbco nutl hi'al.s tho intljiniptl membra UGH, Joosciitt the Kcrm-laileu iilileum, and clean) tho air pitfisngofj. Thus it inukes breathing easy, nnd lets you set restful elyep. Pincr is n compound of Norway Pine, in concentrated form, Cninoua as IX lu'utinR Hgpnt. fop Iliniut: niciniirnncw. It IK gTiitrnntccd to E,*U - O prompt; relicC or money refunded. oi Hundreds oJ Pairs o$ A price made possible through a sensational purchase An opportunity that «et« a high record In value-giving. We're proud to otter valnef luch as these . . . all new *tyle»...impo»ilble to llloc trate all oi them . . . laedei, kid- tkini, calfskin! and combination leathers In black or browa... every pair a bargain at this sale price. CHE t RfVL SfKi/ICf Sr0fl£

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