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kHomemakers Get Help in Solving What*to*Serve Problem Find Reading Public Wants Books on War Chicago, (U.R)--People do not read books simply for recreation now, according to the American Library association; they are demanding more books that.deal in Â·Â·war information. Librarians find the reading pub- Â·Â· lie wants books describing the foreign countries where service men are stationed, books that deal in technical information and business and rationing regulations. Housewives seek books that give advice on adjusting their households to wartime living conditions. The victory book campaign, sponsored by the library association in co-operation with the USO and American Red Cross, has collected and will distribute more than 15,000,000 books to soldiers and sailors overseas. : When servicemen are demobil- -ized after the^war, and industria ', workers return to normal peace-time living, the library association believes that adult education wU assume growing importance. : It cites the many educationa I/ opportunities now offered in th army and navy, which should b ontinued when the veterans re- urn to civilian life. Veterans of the 18-25 age groups vho joined the armed services in- tead of going to college, will need books to readjust themselves to new or different civilian jobs. American libraries recently have een opening in Latin-American countries of Mexico, Brazil and Nicaragua. These libraries are :inanced largely by the United States government, and administered by the American Library association. At least $150,000 worth of books nave been distributed as gifts to the Latin-American libraries, and the association hopes to get special funds for the restocking of research libraries in devastated war areas. --o-Ruth Finger Bride of Carl F. Johnson Ackley -- Announcement has been made oÂ£ the marriage o Miss Ruth M. Finger, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Dick Finger of Williams and Carl Frederick Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson performed Jan. 1 in St.' John' Evangelical -Reformed church a Ackley by the Rev. Ernest Sey bold. They were attended by hi rother, Donald Johnson, and the ride's sister, Laureen. A wedding dinner was served t the home of the bride's par- nts near Williams. They have rented Miss Emma lirth's farm G wiles north of Ackley. BITS ABOUT 'EM Lt. and Mrs. Jack Layton have eft for Cresco after a few days visit with Mrs. Layton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson, 523 12th N. W. Lt. and Mrs. Layton will leave Saturday for Great Lakes, 111., where he is stationed. Miss Darlene Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Peterson of Davenport, has returned to her home after spending the holidays with Miss Rita Speers, 110 12th K. W. First Lt. and Mrs. R. M. Brown returned Thursday to Camp Dodge after a 2 day visit at the home of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. W. Fischbeck, 1125 W. State. Lt. and/Mrs.. Brown will leave Sunday for Fort Washington, Md., where Lieutenant Brown will take a 2 months' schooling in personnel and classification. --o-L e E o y, M i n n.--Mrs. W. Schwark arid Mrs.' B. Moe received word of the death of their aunt, Mrs. M. Danielson at Chatfield, Minn. GOOD EATING PROMISE OF FOOD COLUMNIST A New Year's resolution that you're going to do something different in the matter of feeding ynur family, in spite of rationing restrictions, will be easy to keep because Mrs. Reeves starts you off this ^week with recipes for a number of dishes you'll want to try-left-over main dish, baked squash with nuts, hot spinach salad, green bean casserole, mustard celery, glazed onions, English peach pie, company hash, hot water sponge cake, economy cake, potato omelet, date bread pudding, quick coffee cake, cinnamon toast and baked grapefruit. SPEAKINGSfOODS REEVES by LUCV Another year and the question*-- HUGHES Wear Under Winter Coats and Furs! TO L I V E IN AND LOVE-A SOFT SUIT IN HEAVENLY COLORS Put new color and dash life with this eye-catching 100% wool suit! You'll like its smart detailing and new, new look . . . In iliac, scarlet, gold, aqua pecan brown, green. and hope of all of America is the end of. the war, 1944-5-6? Our hopes are for this year--every one of us--but how large the question looms! How are we meeting all the problems--to the best 61 our ability? That is our part in this conflict and how far we are falling short is voiced in complaints, is evidenced in strikes, is found in black markets, etc. Our idealized United States has the eyes of the whole world fixed right in this direction--are we measuring up to the standard set for us? Let us try to make this year and each year to come a better one. The question of food is ever present but our problems are so simple, compared to most of 1 the world, that certainly not one of us should complain. A Leftover Main Dish To 1 pound ground round steak add 114 teaspoons salt, % teaspoon pepper, 1 egg well beaten, G tablespoons fine, dry b r e a d crumbs. Mix all together. Spread out into a sheet on waxed paper. To leftover mashed potatoes add about 112 cups cooked peas, drained and mashed. Spread potato mixture on meat, roll up and cut In 1-inch slices. Brush slices with melted butter. Lift with spatula or pancake turner to broiler. Broil under medium heat about 15 minutes--turn, brush other side with butter and broil 15 minutes longer. Garnish with parsley. lowing recipe you will find a decidedly new favorite. Mustard Celery li cup butter 1 teaspoon prepared mustard % teaspoon salt Pepper 4 cups boiled, diced celery, drained. Melt butter, slowly stir it into the mustard. Add to celery, heat. Serves 4. Glazed Onions 16 small white onions 4 tablespoons butter V* teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons sugar. Peel onions, cover with boiling, Baked Squash with Nuts 2 cups cooked mashed Hubbard squash. Vz teaspoon salt Pepper 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon heavy cream 1 tablespoon butter 2% tablespoons brown sugar Va teaspoon cinnamon 1/3 cup chopped nut meats Combine squash, salt, pepper and cream. Place in a greased casserole. Melt together butter and brown sugar, add cinnamon and nut meats. Cook until nut meats are coated, stirring constantly, sprinkle on squash. Bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees, for 20 minutes. Serves 4. Hot Spinach Salad 1/3 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickles 1 tablespoon chili sauce 1 can spinach 2 hard- cooked eggs Combine mayonnaise, pickle and chili sauce. Heat spinach and drain. Garnish with the hard- cooked eggs and serve with the sauce. Green Bean Casserole Drain 1 can green beans. Combine with 1 can mushroom soup. Place in greased casserole. Top with grated cheese. Bake in moderate oven 25 minutes. (If soup is not available, add juice from beans to 1 small can broken mush- salted water. Boil uncovered 15 minutes or until almost tender and drain. Brown butter lightly, add salt and sugar and stirs until melted. Add onions, cook slowly 10 minutes or until browned, turning to glaze on all sides. Serves 4. English Peach Pie Put a layer of canned sliced peaches in bottom of a baking dish and sprinkle with brown sugar. Add another layer of peaches and cover with a mixture of % cup brown sugar, Vi cup butter and Va cup ground nut meats, creamed together. Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees about 30 minutes. Serve with cream. Company Hash 1 cup cooked beef, chopped 1 cup cooked rice 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon salt 14 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons butter 1 egg, well beaten % teaspoon steak sauce 1 minced onion Garlic, minced, if liked , Put butter in skillet, add meat and rice. Stir in milk and sea- Bake in a hot oven, 400 degrees, 115 minutes. Cut in squares and serve hot. Cinnamon Toast Remove crusts from slices of bread. Toast slices and cut in strips or triangles. To each li cup sugar add !!Â· teaspoon cinnamon. Spread toast with softened butter; sprinkle with sugar mixture. Place under broiler until sugar melts. Baked Grapefruit 2 cups crushed corn flakes % cup firmly packed b r o w n sugar li teaspoon cinnamon Vi cup melted butter 2 grapefruit Combine cornflakes, sugar, cinnamon and butter. Halve grapefruit; remove core and seeds. Loosen sections. Fill and top with corn flake mixture. Bake in a hot oven, 400 degrees, 10 to 15 minutes. Serve at once. --o--Call Comes to Pastor at Alta Vista Alta Vista--The Rev. K. J. Ho- ilum, pastor oÂ£ Zion Lutheran church oÂ£ this place, has been extended an Invitation to become pastor of the Lutheran parishes at Glenwood City and Forest, Wis. These congregations are about B miles apart and offer a larger field of activity than the local post. Mr. Hodum has not yet definite- now stacked at the plant. A paper covering has been placed on all No. 1 stacks at the plant, which covering is weighed down with heavy mesh wire. Thursday, Jan. 6, 1914 9 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GETS PROMOTION Whiltemore--Vcrnon S. Weber of Whittemore was among 7 lowans who received promotion, as announced by the war depart* mcnt at Washington Thursday. He becomes first lieutenant. SAVE IN STEVENSONS ly decided whether or not he will accept the call but will make his final decision after the meeting of the congregation next Sunday. Mr. Hodum came here from Du- bumje in June, 1941. Lt. Wilkie Schanke, 23, Missing in Action After 14th Air Raid on Axis Lt. E. Wilkie Schanke, 23, flying fortress pilot, nephew of Postmaster A. M. Schanke of Mason City, is missing in action after his 14th raid on axis Europe Dec. 16, it was learned here Thursday. Lt. Schanke is the son of W. G. Schanke, brother of the Mason City postmaster, and Mrs. Schanke of Minneapolis. Receiving his wings last April at Yuma, Ariz., Lt. Schanke went to England early In September and flew his first bombing mission 2 weeks later. rooms, season taste, thicken Unless you have tried the fol- soning. Mix and add other ingredients. Turn into greased baking dish and bake in moderate oven 20 minutes. Hot Water Sponge Cake % cup water IVi cups sugar fi eggs 1 cup flour % teaspoon cream of tartar 1 teaspoon vanilla or lemon flavoring Vz teaspoon salt Boil water and sugar until it spins a thread. Pour very slowly on beaten egg whites while beating and continue beating until cool. Add beaten yolks, flavoring and salt. Fold in flour and cream of tartar sifted together. Bake in a 10x4 tube pan 1 hour in a 325 degree oven. Invert pan and let cake cool before removing. Economy Cake 2/3 cup shortening 1 cup honey 2 cups silted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder V teaspoon salt 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla Cream shortening and add honey, 1/3 at a time, beating well after each addition. Sift flour, IIEMP DELIVERED Eagle Grove--Delivery of hemp at the plant has been practically complete, and approximately 250 acres remain, from which delivery had not been made at the close of the year. About 10,000 Â· tons are 3 SOUTH FEDERAL BUY WAR IONBS FIRST! with flour and butter blended and baking powder and salt together, cook.) ' adding % to the 1st mixture then beat. Add well beaten eggs, vanilla and remainder of flour mixture. Bake in a layer cake tin in a slow oven, 325 degrees, for 1 hour. Potato Omelet Hi cups finely cubed leftover baked potatoes 1 small minced onion 2 tablespoons butter 14 teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 4 eggs, beaten, 4 tablespoons milk Add onion to potatoes. Turn into frying pan with melted butter, salt and pepper. Stir constantly until potatoes are hot and slightly browned. Beat eggs until light, add milk and pour over potatoes. Do not stir. Let stand a few minutes. Shake pan to distribute uncooked eggs. When eggs are cooked fold over and turn out on hot dish. Serve with heated chili sauce. Date Bread Puddingr 3 cups dry bread crumbs 2 cups chopped dates 2 1 ,* cups milk !i cup sugar J /4 teaspoon salt !i teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 eggs, unbeaten Soak crumbs and dates in milk until soft. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Pour into a buttered baking dish: set in a pan o: hot water and bake 116 hours a1 350 degrees. Serve with hard or lemon sauce. Two Quick Breads Quick Coffee Cake 1 loaf unsliced bread Melted butter 3i cup flour % cup firmly packed brown sugar Cinnamon % teaspoon salt Remove crusts from bread, cu loaf in half lengthwise. Brusl tops and sides with butter. Com bine flour, sugar, salt and i tea spoon cinnamon; add 1/3 cup but ter. Mix until crumbly. Sprinkl crumbs on buttered bread. Sprin klc generously with cinnamon Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration 1. DoÂ« no: rot Presses or men's shirts. Docs not irciute skin. 2. No waiting to dry. 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