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March 18, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 1936 NINE Activities for Junior Unit Begun 24 Girls Attend First Meeting of Legion Auxiliary Juniors. Twenty-four girls interested in Junior activities of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the P. G. and K. to organize a junior unit. H. H. Boyce spoke on junior activities and explained eligibility for membership in the unit. Mrs. Earl Leaman, junior activity chairman, was in charge, assisted by Mrs. R. C. Patrick, Mrs. William O'Brien and Mrs. Herschel Gore. It was arranged to meet on the first Saturday of each month. Mrs. 'Claude A. Thomas, unit president, read a letter describing the poppy making in the Des Moines veterans hospital. Two Mason City veterans are participating in the work. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. The regular unit meting of the ; American Legion Auxiliary will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. when Mrs. J. B. McDonald, state legislative chairman, will speak on legislation. Mrs. George Burmeister will discuss the constitution- and by-laws. The winning Fidac essays will be read by Marian Weaver and Eugene Cavanaugh. DAILY ROAD TO ROMANCE IS SUBJECT (Continued frum page 8) oughly. Fill well-buttered ring with mixture and bake at 375 degrees F., 25 to 30 minutes, or until well browned. Unmold ring and fill with creamed veal. Serves G-8. Boiled Shoulder Lamb Chops 6 boned and rolled lamb shoulder chops Salt and pepper Preheat broiler and broiler pan to 350 degrees F. Place chops on broiler rack, allowing enough distance between heat and surface of the chops so that only one turning is required. Reduce the heat, if necessary. When brown on one side, season and turn. Continue to cook until brown. Serve with tiny whole ; carrots and buttered peas. Serves 6. Chinese Chop Suey. 3 cup diced raw pork or veal ; % cup finely cut onion ./' 3 tablespoons lard % teaspoon salt 'A cup water or liquid from bean . sprouts WIFE PRESERVERS Remember to place a newspaper on the table when you are peeling vegetables, sifting flour, frosting cakes, etc. When finished just gather up the paper with its accumulated debris and you won't have to wash the table. 1% cups celery, cut into small pieces 4 tomatoes, cut into eighths 1 can bean sprouts, drained 2 green peppers, cut into rings Thickening 3 tablespoons cornstarch % teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon brown sauce 2 tablespoons soy sauce Brown meat and onions in hot lard: Add salt, celery and liquid, then cover. Simmer until celery is done. Add bean sprouts and heat thoroughly. Place thickening ingredients in bowl and mix well. Take two tablespoons of liquid from cooking mixture and stir into thickening. Combine thickening with meat mixture, stirring constantly to prevent burning. Add tomatoes and green peppers. Serve immediately accompanied with boiled rice. Serves 6. Chocolate Robins. % cup flour % teaspoon salt '/i teaspoon lard '.2 cup chopped nuts 2 squares chocolate 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla Sift flour once, measure, add salt and sift again. Place lard in mixing bowl and cream until soft; add warm melted chocolate and stir until thoroughly combined. Beat the whole eggs until very light and fluffy; add sugar, a small amount at a time, beating after each addition; add egg mixture to chocolate mixture and fold in flour, nuts and vanilla. Bake in shallow greased pan for 25 to 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. Cool and cut into squares Yield: i^ dozen bars. Liver Cones. I 1 /: pounds liver 2 cups cracker crumbs 1 4 cup grated onion \'i teaspoon pepper 1 egg, beaten 4 tablespoons bacon drippings % teaspoon marjoram 1 teaspoon salt Parboil liver r.nd grind. Mix thoroughly with other ingredients, moistening with liquid in which liver was cooked. Shape into croquettes. Roll in cracker crumbs, 1 well-beaten egg, and again in cracker crumbs. Chill thoroughly. Fry in deep lard at'350 degrees F., until nicely browned. Serves 12. Molded Coffee Sponge. 2 tablespoons gelatin ^k cup cold water 3 egg yolks, beaten % cup sugar 1 cup cold coffee l.J teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon cinnamon 14 teaspoon cloves i teaspoon nutmeg 1/6 teaspoon allspice 3 egg whites, beaten stiff 1 cup whipping cream Soak gelatin in cold water for 5 minutes. Cook egg yolks, sugar and coffee together until mixture begins to thicken. Add softened gelatin, salt, lemon juice and spices. Cool. When thoroughly chilled add egg whites and whipped cream. Top and Bottom of Mold. ',··· cup melted butter 2 cups fine graham crackers 4 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon cinamon Mix together thoroughly. Spread one-half on the bottom of a spring mold or torte pan. Fill with gelatin mixture. Sprinkle remaining halt' of the crumbs over the top and place in refrigerator until firm and ready to serve. Serves 10-12. Lamb Riblets snd Green Beans 5 pounds lamb riblets Salt and pepper 3 tablespoons lard I 1 ,; cups water 6 small onions 8 to 10 medium sized carrots 2 pounds of fresh green beans or 1 can whole green beans Brown lamb riblets which have been seasoned with salt and pepper in hot lard. Add 1}£ cups of water, cover and simmer. When meat is almost tender, add onions, carrots and beans. Add 4 tablespoons vinegar last half hour of cooking. If canned beans are used, add about 15 minutes before serving. Pile ribs in middle of large platter and arrange vegetables in piles around the outside. Serves 6. Frozen Fruit Supreme. 1 can mixed fruits, drained 3 bananas 1 orange 1 cup pitted apricots Fruit salad dressing 1 cup whipping cream Chop fruits. Combine fruit salad dressing and whipped cream. Add fruit. Pour into trays. Place in refrigerator to freeze. Serves 8. Fruit Salad Dressing. 3 eggs Vs cup sugar '/I cup fruit juice % cup lemon juice 2 tablespoons butter.. Beat eggs slightly, add sugar a fruit juices, place in double boiler. Cook, beating constantly until thick WEDNESDAY R. B. Bridge club-7 o'clock. Ceiro Gordo hotel, Norya Johnson, hostess. L. A. of B. of R. T.-7: 30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A, A. M. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. Crescent club-7:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Charm sister banquet, business meeting at 8:30 o'clock. Daughters ot Veterans-7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E., card party. THURSDAY Energetic class-Church, picnic dinner. Tally Ho club-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. Roger Pitman, hostess, Know Your Neighbor club-Mrs. John Purviance, all day meeting, basket lunch. Sans Souci club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Artemas .Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest. History club-1 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second street southeast. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. F. J. Baker, Mrs. A. Bumgartner, Mrs. Nature's Golden Gift Delightful Flavor That Everyone Loves ... Nature gives it to BUTTER alone Somehow, everyone likes BUTTER and enjoys its creamy richness, appreciates that touch of luxury it seems to give. It is always pleasing . . . it always adds that extra goodness no matter how it's used . . . and it can't be counterfeited. Yes, BUTTER is one of the really good things of life, and one that oil can afford to enjoy. But, BUTTER has more than matchless flavor. !t supplies health elements--Vitamin "A" which builds resistance to colds and similar ailments (particularly in children)--and Vitamin "D" which helps build bone structure and sound teeth. There's health in every pat of BUTTER and it pays to use it for that reason alone. 62 Creameries Co-operating to give you Fine Quality Butter SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SEOBETAKIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. H. Shaffer. St. James division 2-2 o'clock, Mrs. R. Kelster. Immunucl N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Herfindahl, 314 Indiana avenue southeast. K. N. A. -Postponed because of cooking school. Novel club-Mrs. C a r l e t on Stewart, 213 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, lesson, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson. Trinity Ladies aid-- , Postponed one week. Athenian club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. T. R. Phalen, 510 Fifth street southeast, current events, Miss Margaret Kelly, Mrs. T. H. Jacobs, lesson, Mrs. J. J. Hickey. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. B. P. W. club-7 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, public relations dinner. L. O. T. O.-A. M. O. S.-6:30 o'clock, L O. 0. F. hall. Sorosis club-6:45 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel, guest night dinner. Baptist D. O. A 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Adams, 925 Madison avenue northwest. St. James Friendship society-S o'clock church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tims, hosts. American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. and smooth. Remove from range, add butter and cool. Pirjocks. 1 recipe of pastry 1 cup well seasoned ground veal, pork or lamb Broth to moisten. Roll pastry as for pie. Cut into strips 2'/ 2 inches wide and 3'/» inches long. Place a tablespoon of meat and broth mixture in middle of pastry. Roll and press ends together. Bake at 450 degrees F., 1012 minutes. Serve hot with salads or soups. Yield: 4 Pirjocks. Spanish Casserole. 1 dozen link sausages ] ,~ dozen slices bacon 4 large carrots, finely diced 2 green peppers, chopped 4 medium-sized onions, finely diced 1-3 cup tomato catsup 1-3 cup water. Wrap two sausages in each slice of bacon and secure with toothpicks. Fry until bacon is crisp, draining off the fat frequently. Place in casserole and cover with carrots, green pepper and onion, which have been well mixed. Make a sauce of the catsup and water and pour over top. Cook, covered, in a hot oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit) 45 minutes to 1 hour. Uncover and allow to brown during last 15 minutes of baking. Serves 6. CENTRAL LUTHER LEAGUE ON HUNT Members of the Central Luther league met at the church Tuesday night to go on a scavenger hunt. The succesful group was captained by Ruth Dittke and following the hunt, the members returned to the church where the time was spent informally. K1LEN-SUBV FERTILE---Nels H. Kilen of near Forest City was married to Miss Hilda Suby of Fertile at the Fertile Lutheran parsonage. Leroy Halverson. a nephew of Miss Suby, acted as best man and Miss Dorris Suby, a sister of the bride, bridesmaid. A wedding dinner was served at the Forest City home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Nelson, a sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kilen will make their home on the John Holskar farm which they have rented for this year. Ireland's Folk Music Topic of Club's Program St. Patrick's day was observed by the Matinee Musicalc club with a program of Irish folk music and dances Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Don Wells, 114 Fourth street northwest. Mrs. Bertha Patchen presented her girls' choir from the First Methodist church who sang "Kerry Dance," "The Last Rose of Summer," "Irish Hills" and "Piping Tim of Galway." Mrs. Rosamond Larson played her own arrangement of "Londonberry Air" and sang an original composition, "Spring." Miss Esther Storer sang two traditional folk airs. Miss Odella McGowan's high school girls performed an Irish dance and Mrs. Scott played a group of Irish dances on her violin. At the close of the program, tea was served by Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. Scott Smith poured. Des Moines where they spent a few iays. V V 4 Mrs. George Winchell, 1429 Monoe avenue northwest, has returned rom Lincoln. Nebr., where she was ailed by the death of her mother, Mrs. A. M. Reed. Mrs. Reed was the vidow of a Civil war veteran. * * * Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Nelson, 323 Kentucky avenue southeast, plan to cave Thursday night for Long Beach, Cal., where they will spend a month with relatives and friends. * * * MISS JEAN DEVOE TO PRESENT FUPILS Miss Jean DeVoe will present her piano pupils in recital Thursday ev- ming at 7:30 o'clock at her home, .010 Jefferson avenue northwest, 'n the group to play are Jack Benson, Eleanor and Mary Lewis, Jean and Sara Houser, Mildred Milligan, Eileen Rivedahl, David Gilbertson, 3urton and Herbie Gindler, Doro- :hy Flarup, Adelc Robinson, Irvin Senensky, Jimmie Benner and Florence DeVoe. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irons and daughter, Ruth, 124 Fourth street northwest, are vacationing at Excelsior Springs. * I* TP Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kelly and son, Jack, 434 Fourth street southeast, left for Minenapolis Wednesday to be present at commencement exercises at the University of Minnesota Thursday. Bob Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will be graduated from the school of business administration with the degree B. B. A. JP * * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mickey and Miss Dorothy Mickey, 1316 East State street, have returned from Haven't You Often Heard the Remark: "My how youthful she looks," and you secretly wished It had been said about you? The EGYPTIAN OIL PERMANENT WAVE will give your hair lots of luster and sheen! LE MODERNE BEAUTY STUDIO Expert Waving PHONE 3011 THE GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL is conducted for your benefit. It will pay you to attend Miss Ann KIngsley will discuss problems of Jheftome and ins merits of products she uses in Ihe school. Be sure and notice the special demonstration of the doubls-tested, double-actioc , F R E E Hair Cuts -- Marcels Every Morning Supervised Advanced Senior Work Finger Wave, dry 20c Shampoo and Finger Wave S5c Hair Cut 20c Hair Blench 50c Manicure 2oc Fermanents $1 up Scalp Treatment 50a Facials 50e-$l Hair Dye $1.50 Inecto or Clalrol LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE 12-1B First St. N. W. Phone 971 CONGREGATIONAL CHOIK WILL MEET Members of the Congregational choir will resume their weekly meetings in the church Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock for rehearsal. W. K. C. MEMBERS MEET AT HALL Following the W. R. C. meeting Tuesday at the V. F. W. hall, a shower was held for Mrs. George Moorehead. a recent bride. Gifts were presented from the members and from the corps. At the close of the meeting luncheon was served. Mrs. Harry Ditch was chairman of the committee. ADDITIONAL SOCIETV ON PAGE 11 H A T S Have yours cleaned and reblocked now. 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