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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 26, 1934
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MARCH 26 MM 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN JEANETTE BEYER SUGGESTS MEATLESS DISHES FOR LENT FINAL FAST DAYS MA Y BE BETTERED Globe-Gazette Food Specialist Seeks New Ideas for Easter Dinner to Aid Housewife. To many of us it is the irony of fate that after a Lenten diet of eggs, the symbol of rejoicing should not be a steak, but just another egg-. Jeanette Beyer comes to the rescue of bored appetites this week ner Table Talk with a whole flock of new ideas about Lenten dining. . what have you planned for your Easter dinner? Hiss Beyer would like to have your ideas and if you haven't an idea to vour name, write to her for suggestions in care of the Globe-Gazette _ Keclpes for Lent .Absolutely spoiled--the American ·who sits down to hia dinner table and finds no meat, considers the meal a failure. We love the flavors HERE IS A NEW ONE. . . Look it over. Try it on and take it homo for $6.50 L A I R D ' S 14 E. State St. "^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted 1847 Rogers Bros. SILVER AT HALF PRICE Take advantage of this factory Sale--NOW! 26-PIECE SET $S3.75 Value £ 1 C O O Now 10.OO 34-PIECE SET $43.50 Value *oi ftp Now «P£1.|0 ANCESTRAL AND ANNIVERSARY PATTERNS MURRAY JEWELRY CO. , M. B. A. Building of meat, and when food budgets are low, we spread that flavor just as far as it will go. But over the face of the earth, there are thousands of people who must substitute other proteins for meat. In densely populated countries where agriculture does not have our vast acres for expansion, people have learned the enjoyments of cheese, milk, eggs, fish, beans, grains and other more economical proteins. For while we are feeding our corn, wheat, oats, beans and other plant foods to fatten beef, pork and lamb for our tables, the Chi' neses is eating- his soy beans, the Italian his macaroni, the Pole, potatoes, the Indians, their mixed grains. IF YOU MUST WEAR GLASSES ·DISCRIMINATION in choosing the shape and style of your glasses can make them becoming. We're painstaking in rendering such service. IR.W.QJENSEA · O P T O M E T R I S T . . Llvergood Bros. Mason City the Swiss, cheese, the Japanese, their fish and sea foods. Chickens mid Pigs. Probably least extravagant of our food animals are chickens and pigs, judging from the amount of food they eat and their rapid rates of growth. But the foods they require are ones which we might eat while cattle and sheep can be partly fed on leaves which man would not utilize. For a. few weeks a year, why not appreciate our blessings and develop ingenuity in utilizing meat substitutes? It certainly is no hardship according to some of the delicious foods described below. Perhaps the dish which we have decided wins honors should be classified with eggs next week. Nevertheless it arrived now and after all, the main ingredient is corn--fairly snatched from the mouths of the porkers. Corn Souffle. 2 cups canned corn 2 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp. flour 1 cup milk 3 egg whites 3 egg yolks H tsp. mustard Salt and pepper to taste Make a white sauce of butter, flour and milk; add beaten yolks, corn, mustard, salt and pepper. Fold' into this mixture the stiffly beaten egg whites. Turn into a buttered baking dish, set In a pan of hot water and bake in a slow oven 1 hour. Mustard may be left out if one doesn't care for it. Oysters in a puffy golden crust will equal almost any worthy chop. Rejoice that the R months are- still with us, so that you may try it. Oyster Fritters. Pick over and parboil large oysters. Drain them well. Use their liquor in making the batter. 1 cup flour % tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 cup oyster liquor 2 eggs 1 tbsp. salad oil. Mix flour baking powder and salt. Add liquor slowly, then the salad oil and lastly the well beaten eggs. Mrs. J. E. Hermon of Tiffen, has enjoyed Table Talks recipes and returns two Lenten ones of her own. Tomatoes and Macaroni. Cook one cup of macaroni until .ender. Add to it I 1 ,-, cups cooked ;omatoes, 1 tsp. grated onion, 1 tsp. olive oil, 1 tbsp. oven browned flour and seasoning to taste. Let come to a boil and serve hot. Onions and Eggs. 6 or 8 onions, large yellow or white are best 4 hard boiled eggs, cut fine 2 tbsp. butter DILLINGER WRITES "I'M 0. K." Revelation that John Dillinger, fugitive Indiana desperuuo no.c being sought by police in all parts of the nation, had sent a brief note to his former home near Mooresville, Iml., saying he was "O. K.," has been made to police by John Wilson Dillingcr, father of the escaped convict, pictured above with his daughters, Frances Dillinger, 11, left, and Doris DUlinger, 16, right. Salt and pepper to taste Peel and boil the onions in water until cooked soft, drain water off and add eggs cut fine, and butter, salt and pepper. Mix well and serve hot. Mrs. Hamlin sends two luncheon dishes for the season. Scalloped Eggs. 6 hard cooked eggs H tsp. salt I'/i cups soft bread crumbs 2 cups thin white sauce. Chop eggs fine and add salt. Pi a layer of crumbs in the bottom o "Let's not put off buying our new VOSS WASHER any delayed longer! We've enough." l o n g "You're right, John! "V "We should buy now ^ . . while the price is low and while those fine tubs are available--then, too, we mustn't forget about the tax whcih will be added next month." Factory Prices Have Already Advanced *10 WE WILL PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS, WHILE OUR PRESENT STOCK LASTS, AND SELL THE FAMOUS VOSS WITH 2 TUBS ON OUR COMBINATION OFFER FOR ONLY a greased baking dish. Add a laye of egg and one of white sauce. Re peat until all ingredients are use having a. layer of crumbs on top Bake in a moderate (350 deg. F. oven for 20 minutes or until crumb are brown. (Thin) White Sauce. 1 tbsp.- shortening 1 tbsp. flour 1 cup milk % tbsp. salt Pinch of pepper. Melt shortening, add flour, sal and pepper and mix well. Add milh slowly and bring to the boilin, point, stirring constantly to pre vent lumping 1 . Cheese Balls. 1 cup of bread crumbs Vi tsp. cayenne 2 beaten eggs % cup grated cheese H tsp. salt a ,i cup butter Combine all ingredients excep eggs. Mix thoroughly, then add beat en eggs and mix again. Make int balls no larger than a walnut and fry in deep fat to a light brown (about 1 minute). Yields about dozen balls. For your next Sunday night su per, let the men make this dish at the table--providing you have a grill. Cheese Dreams Place cheese between slices of bread and brown in frying pan or both sides until cheese is melted or place in baking pan in hot oven to toast the bread.--Mrs. G. W Stark. Make Your Appointment DEARLY for EASTER Slightly Higher on Terms To make onr proposition still more attractive we will accept your old washer in trade and you may pay as little as S2.50 Down! Qavo Mnfo huy nw--before the OO.VC ITAIM. c sales-tax applies. Currie-Van Ness Co. BEAUTY WORK FINGER WAVE PERMANENT WAVE Electric Machine Manicure LE MODERNE BEAUTY STUDIO A modern studio, and prize ·Waves. Mrs. Harrington, Prop. Easter Permanent Waves' Complete $£.60 $ Finger Wave (Dried) Sac 1 Shampoo and Finger Wave (Dried).. 50c Wet Finger Wave 25c LE MODERNE ANNEX Complete shop on Balcony of Le Moderne Beauty Studio. Chain prices--no finer wave in Mason City in this price work. Mrs. O. P. Baxter makes Lente dishes: Macaroni Bremoiitlcrs. % cup macaroni M lb. grated cheese 2 eggs 2 tbsp. butter Salt and pepper 1 cup tomato sauce Cook macaroni in salted wate 20 minutes, remove from fire an let stand covered for 5 minutes Drain macaroni and mix with but ter, cheese, egg yolks, ham and to mato sauce. Season with salt an pepper to taste. Fold in stiffly beat en egg whites. Put mixture into buttered baking dish and set into pan of hot water. Bake in a slow oven for 14 hour. Squash with Cheese. 2 squashes sliced thin crosswis 1 onion sliced thin 1 tomato sliced thin 1 green pepper seeded and mince Butter a casserole and in it plac a thin layer of squash. Sprinkle sal and pepper then cover with a laye of onion, tomatoes and green pepper Repeat until ingredients are use' up, then dot with butter and sprinkle with thick layer, about ',2 cup of grated cheese. Cover anc bake in oven 375 degrees F. for one hour. Serves 6 persons. Salmon Puff in Potato Shells. l lb. can salmon 1 tbsp. Jemon juice 8 medium si2ed potatoes % cup milk 1 egg beaten 1 tbsp. minced onion Salt and cayenne pepper S slices piniiento Catsup First flake Salmon, let stand with !ernon. juice while potatoes are being prepared. Bake the potatoes and when done slice off a piece from the :op of each and scoop out the po- :ato. Mash until fluffy, then add the egg, milk, onion and seasonings. Whip in the salmon and stuff jack into the shells, round'ng them over at the top. Atop each mound place a p.'ece of pimiento, dot with shortening- and bake half an hour n hot oven, 380 degrees. Remove o a piping hot platter and add a ^.blespoon of catsup to each pota- .0. Serves S. Host of us keep on our emergency shelves a can of salmon. Here is a recipe just to fit: Salmon Pic 1 can salmon, flaked Small baking powder biscuits 3 hard boiled eggs 2 cups drawn butter Place .salmon in bottom of baking ish with sliced eggs. Put baking 'owder biscuit on top of salmon and over with the following sauce: Drawn Butter. 1-3 cup butter 3 tablespoons flour 1M cups hot water % teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper Melt butter, add flour and season- ngrs and pour on gradually boiling vater. Cook about 5 minutes. Make ouble recipe if sauce is to be erved with pie. --Mrs. G. P. Scoville. Another dish for R months is sent y Mrs. H. O'Neil. Celery and Oysters. 2-3 cup celery I 3 /- cups water Vi teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons fat 4 tablespoons flour Milk % teaspoon paprika 12 oysters Baking powder biscuit dough Cook the chopped celery in water nd add % teaspoon salt just be- ore removing from the fire. Re- erve both celery and liquid. Melt the fat, then stir in flour. Blend well. Add the celery and the liquid to which enough milk has been added to make 2 cups in all, 'i teaspoon salt and the paprika. Cook in double boiler until thick and creamy. When almost ready to remove from the fire, add 12 oysters and coo until edges of oysters start to cui Use your favorite recipe for bal ing powder biscuits. Take 1-3 of th dough and roll out to 1-3 inch thick ness, cut into rounds. Roll the r mainder of the dough 2-3 inc thick, cut into rounds, and with small cutter remove centers, lea\ ing only a small rim for the edg Over the top of the thin round spread a little butter and pat on to the rounda from which the center have been removed. Bake in a h oven, 425 degrees F.. until browne' To serve, fill with hot celery oyste sauce. This makes 6 servings. How do these sound to you ? Mor luxurious desserts--I'd say! Glorified Klcc. 1 pint whipped cream 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup pineapple 1 cup boiled rice 1 envelope gelatin V cup pineapple juice Whip the cream and add suga Soak the gelatin in 2 tablespoor cold water. Add hot pineapple juic and when cold stir all together. Act a few maraschino cherries and nu meats, 1 teaspoon vanilla. --Mrs. Charles Morris. Upside Down Cake. Melt 4 tablespoons butter in a iron skillet or deep round pan. Add cup brown sugar and pack firmlj Then add sliced or drained crushe pineapple or halves of canne peaches. Pour the following batte over the fruit: IVi cups sugar 5 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla 2-3 cup hot milk l'-. cups sifted flour 1'i teaspoons phosphate bakin powder 1 teaspoon salt Bake about 45 minutes in a mod erate oven. Invert on plate whe cold and cover with sweetene whipped cream and place maras chlno cherries on top of cake. --Mrs. G. W. Stark. Butterscotch Pie. Fill a baked pic shell with th following filling: 1 cup brown sugar 1 pint milk 3 egg yolks 3 tablespoons cornstarch 3 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon vanilla Meringue: ,» teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons sugar 3 egg whites Beat egg yolks, add sugar, corn starch. When milk is boiling stir i egg mixture and cook until thick Then add butter and remove froi fire and add vanilla when cooled Pour in pie shell. Beat egg whites fold in sugar and salt and pile o: pie. Brown meringue in oven. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Sunday Tea For Eight The Menu. Crab Salad Cheese Wafers Nut Bread Sandwiches Ripe Olives Pickles Cocoanut Filled Cake Salted Nuts Mint Candies Crab Salad, Serving 8. Two cups crab meat, 1% cups diced celery, 3 tablespoons chopped pickles, 2 tablespoons chopped pimientos, % teaspoon salt, U tea- poon paprika, 2-3 cup mayonnaise. Mix ',£ mayonnaise with remain- ng ingredients. Chill, serve in let- uce and top with rest of mayon- mise. Serve at once. Garnish with lices of olives and green peppers. Nut Bread. One and one-half cups graham lour, 2 cups flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 easpoon salt, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 easpoon baking powder, 3 table- poons molasses, 1 egg-, 1 2-3 cup our milk, 2 tablespoons fat, melted, -3 cup nuts. Mix ingredients and pour into reased loaf pan. Let rise 15 mto- tes and bake 1 hour in slow oven. Cocoanut Filled Cake. U- cup butter, 1U cups sugar, 1 up milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, % tea- 30ou salt, 3 cups pastry flour, 3 easpoons baking powder, 4 egg ·hites, beaten. Cream butter and sugar. Add .ilk, vanilla, salt, flour and baking owder and beat 2 minutes. Add whites and bake in layer pans 25 linutes in moderately slow oven. Cocoanut Filling. One-half cup sugar, 2 tablespoons our, % cup water, 3 tablespoons PACKING HOUSE 123 So. Fed. THURSDAY SPECIALS MARKETS Ph. 101 Beef Short Ribs, lb.... 5'/ 2 c Lean Pork Steaks, lb... 9'/ 2 c Sliced Bacon, 1-Ib. pkg. T'/zc Ring Liver Sausage, lb. Tender Beef Steaks s ii«. 20c Choice Beet Roasts Any Cut . pound Tie Bacon Ends, 5 Jbs 3 DC Lunch Meat, lb lOc Lean Pork Chops, lb. 12'/ 2 c Young Beef Liver, lb... lOc EVANGELIST HERE Evangelist H. A. Chancy, Duncan, Oklo., is appearing at the new Nazurcne tabernacle, 333 West State street, speaking each evening at ~:30 up to April G. lemon juice, 1 egg, ',« teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon butter, ^ cup cocoanut. Blend sugar and flour. Add water, juice and egg. Cook slowly, stirring constantly until mixture becomes thick and creamy. Add remaining ingredients. Cool. Use as filling in cake. Cover top and sides with whipped cream and serve cut in wedge-shaped pieces. Evangelist Discusses Rich Man and Lazarus Evangelist R. E. Griffin speaking at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday night declared the story of the rich man and Lazarus to be a parable, teaching a lesson and not a literal fact. "For the wicked are to be punished with eternal death and not Spent Two Days in Bed No More Pain or Backache "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Tablets for painful periods, backache and headache," says Mrs. Hatrie Shaner of 120 East Cherry Street, Cherokee, Iowa. "Usually I spent two days in bed. I saw these Tablets advertised in the papers. My aunt recommended them too. I do not have pains now like I used to." Try this medicine yourself. Sold at all drug stores; ,VD!A E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS A Tonic and Sedative jar Women ROOSEVELT GETS PRAISE OF POPE Davenport Bishop Hears Him Lauded for Work for Unemployed. VATICAN CITY, March 26. UP)-Pope Pius highly praised President Roosevelt's work for the unemployed today in a private audience granted Bishop Henry P. Rohlman of Davenport, Iowa. The pontiff told Bishop Rohlman the president was engaging in a highly Christian effort in a highly Christian spirit and said he was pleased with a report of results of this work. His holiness said also that lie was appreciative of Mr. Roosevelt's work in getting freedom of religion for Americans in Russia. The pope showed himself well acquainted with agricultural affairs, said Biahop Rohlman, as they discussed affairs of the bishop's diocese, set in the midst of an agricultural belt. The bishop was told by Pope Plus that he was fortunate to be located in an agricultural area, where,. he said, people have so many advantages over residents of large cities. When the bishop told him of a parish of 60 families, 50 of whom owned their own farms only to lose them as a result of the farm crisis, the pope said he was sure a general improvement for agriculture was certain. eternal dying," he said. "For yet a little while and the wicket shall not be.' (Psalm 37:10.) 'And the dwelling place of the wicked shall come to naught.' (Job 8:22.)" Another time you feel cheated is when the doctor arrives two hours after Junior coughs up the button. --Diihuque Telegraph-Herald. JH.W.KNUTSON I W E I R 8LDG Con.STATE aFEDERAL MASON C I T Y . I A Factory Sponsored */ 2 Price Sale ON J847 KOGEUS BROS. Anniversary and Ancestral Patterns WATCHES BlaneharcCa DIAMONDS 8 WEST STATE lOR FAIRNESS OF PR1CEAND UTMOST IN SERVICE · · · · THE o ORDER GOLDEN RULE RECOMMENDS TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS · · C O M M U N I T Y · · · MlYERFUNERttHOME JoIinH.Meyer OliverH.Mcyer 243 5I2ST..S.E. 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