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March 19, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 'ADVENTURES IN COOKING LAND' THEME OF CULINARY TALK Women Hear D i s c u s s i o n of Problems Miss Ann Kingsley Presents New Ideas in Homemaking in Lecture. Miss Ann Kingsley conducted the homemakers of Mason City who attended the third session of the Globe-Gazette cooking s c h o o l Thursday afternoon in the high school auditorium on "Adventures in Cooking Land." The cooking school, an annual event, is scheduled to close Friday afternoon. Unusually large crowds of women have gathered each day of the school to benefit from Miss Kingsley's lectures and demonstrations of the modern methods of homemaking. Thursday's recipes were soverign loin roast of pork, for old fashioned spice cake, high hat beef plate, braised shanks and drump- lings, butterscotch pie, barbecued spareribs, boiled rice, molded drum sticks, apple dumplings with hard sauce, sausage jumbles green gage salad, aristocratic grill with bananas, chow main, cherry rings, lamb trotters, frozen triumph, cre- old rice and kidneys. The recipes follow. . Sovereign Loin Hoast of Fork. Have the rib ends of the pork loin trenched at the market; that is, have the meat removed from · the ends of the rib bones. Season the loin with salt and pepper and place in an open roasting pan with the unprotected rib ends down. Insert a roast-meat thermometer into the center of the fleshiest part of the meat, taking care that the bulb does not rest on either fat or bone. Place the roast in a medium oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit) and roast until done, without covering and without adding roastmeat 385 degrees Fahrenheit, the meat will be done. Allow about 30 minutes a pound for roasting^ Remove the loin to a hot platter and garnish. Old Fashioned Spice Cake. 2 cups sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder any water. When the thermometer registers AT GIRLS' PARTY A feature of Thursday afternoon's cooking school session was the model girls' party. Jeanne McCarthy, Mary Blandet Cullen, Marjory June Hall, Jane Casey, Patricia Ann Carle and Betty Mae Geer were guests at the affair. 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon salt ',:i teaspoon nutmeg M teaspoon cloves i teaspoon allspice '/'· cup raisins 1 cup sugar . /· cup lard 1 egg 1 cup milk. Sift dry ingredients and add raisins. Cream sugar and lard, add egg and mix well. Add sifted dry ingredients alternately with the milk. Bake in loaf pan at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, 30-40 minutes. High Hat Beef Plate. Cover 4 pounds beef plate with hot water and simmer for 2 to 2 ] / = hours, or until tender. Serve on hot platter with horseradish sause. Serves 8. Horseradish Sauce. · 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon flour 1 cup milk 3 /i cup horseradish 1 tablespoon lemon juice Salt Pepper 1 tablespoon pimiento. Make a cream sauce of butter, flour and milk. Drain horseradish, combine with lemon juice, seasonings and pimiento. Add to cream sauce. Serve hot with Beef Plate. Braised Shanks and Dumplings. 3 pounds cross cut shank slices of beef Flour Salt Pepper 3 tablespoons lard Water Dredge shank slices with flour and season with salt and pepper. Brown in hot lard. Add one cup water and allow to simmer about two hours or until done. Add additional water as needed. Serve with dumplings. Dumplings. To 2 cups homemade biscuit mixture add enough milk to make a drop batter, and drop by tablespoons on the shank slices. Cover Bolero Frock Attractive GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Attractive Frock May Be Made in Printed Material and Completed with Solid Color Bolero to Good Effect. How young and fresh with navy taffeta bolero jacket and navy and white crepe print dress, is today's model. Wear them separately, if you like. The jacket forms a perfect contrast for grey or beige crepe dress. Jt's grand worn over sheer summer prints. Other suggestions for this simple to sew model include linen, cottons and tub pastel silks. Style No. 2698 is designed for sizes 14. 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and -10 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3 yards of 39-inch material with 1% yards of 39-inch material for jacket. Send fifteen cents 15c). (coin is preferred), for pattern. Write plainly your name, address ajid style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New spring fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but · address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. m tightly and continue to simmer 1215 minutes. Remove dumplings and sprinkle with chopped parsley. Serve on hot platter around meat. Butterscotch Pie. Pastry Ha cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon salt 4 to 6 tablespoons cold water \i cup lard. Sift flour and salt together. Cut in lard until the crumbs are size of dried peas. Add the water slowly, using just enough to make the dough hold together. Roll and line pie plate. Bake at 450 degrees F., for 12 to 15 minutes. Pilling 3 tablespoons butter I'/i cups brown sugar % cup boiling water · 3 egg yolks · 1 J ,« cups milk 6 tablespoons flour % teaspoon salt. Melt butter, add sugar, allow to brown; then gradually add water. METHO GARMENTS PROOF' UST IMAGINE! Your clothes thoroughly cleaned and. at the same time.made absolutely moth-proof! 'Yet that is exactly what we offer you with the new process recently installed in our plant. The moth-proofing compound used is known as Moth-San. It is safe, non-poisonous and odorless, but it keeps moths away! 'And consider this: So thorough is Moth-San that one of, 'America's, outstanding insurance companies has issued a policy for your protection. Woolen garments cleanedj ! with Moth-San are insured against moth damage^ for six months--or until garment is again cleaned.! THIS SERVICE COSTS NOTHING EXTRA Insured Moth-San moth-proofing guards your clothes against moths, but it doesn't cost you one penny more than; our regular cleaning price. You get it as part of our regu- · !ar cleaning service. VHiy not have your clothes cleaned! and moth-proofed now. Phone for our driver--today.: Phone 6OO INSURED MOTH TREATMENT Cleaners - Launderers --Furriers Beat egg 1 yolks, add small amount of the measured milk and the flour. Stir until smooth. Add remainder of milk and salt. Pour this slowly into sugar mixture and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Cool and pour into a baked, cooled pastry shell. Cover with meringue and bake at 300 degrees F.. for about 30 minutes. Meringue. 3 egg whites J /fc teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons sugar % teaspoon vanilla. ; Beat egg whites and salt until slightly stiff. Add sugar and continue beating until sugar is dissolved. Add vanilla, spread oyer Butterscotch filling. Barbecued Spare Bibs. Brown 2 sides spare ribs under broiler as oven is heating. When brown, pour over Barbecue Sauce and cook for one hour at 350 degrees F. Serves 6. Barbecue Sauce. 1 medium onion 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 tablespoons brown sugar 4 tablespoons lemon juice 1 small bottle catsup 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce J i tablespoon mustard 1 cup water in cup chopped celery Salt -'' Red pepper. Brown onion in butter, add remaining ingredients. Simmer for 1 hour. Boiled Rice. 1 cup rice 2 quarts boiling water. 3 teaspoons salt Wash the rice thoroughly in several waters, until ail the loose starch is removed. Drain. Have ""be boiling water ready in a deep saucepan, add the salt, slowly drop in the rice and allow it to boil for about 12 to 25 minutes or until a grain when pressed between the thumb aaid finger is entirely soft. In order to prevent the rice from sticking to the pan. lift, if necessary, with a fork but do not stir. When sufficiently cooked, turn the rice into a colander or sieve..A little hot water may be run through the rice to wash off extra starch. After the water has drained off, cover with a cloth and set over a pan of hot water on the back of the stove or in the oven. Treated in this way, the grains swell and are kept separate. Rice cooked in hard water is not as white as that cooked in soft. One teaspoon of lemon juice, Vi teaspoon of cream of tartar or 1 tablespoon of vinegar may be used in hard water to insure a snowy white cooked vice. Slolded Drum Sticks. l',i pounds ground meat 3 tablespoons lard Salt and pepper. Season ground fresh pork and veal. Shape into drumsticks. Biown in hot laril. Add '., cup water and cover. Cook in 350 degrees F. oven for 45 minutes. Apple Dumplings, Hard Sauce. 3 cups homemade biscuit mixture Milk 6 apples Cinnamon Sugar Butter Add enough miik to homemade biscuit mixture to make a soft dough. Turn on floured board and .roll to '4 inch thickness. Cut into squares. Lay a cored and peeled apple on each square, center with sugar and cinnamon and dot with butter; then draw up the dough to cover apple. Make smooth and bake ! in buttered pan. Bake at 375 dc- I grecs V.. 35-10 minutes. Serves 6. 1 ((fiiillmicd "n punt !») Librarians Make Plans to Convene District Meeting Dates Set in April and May by Chairman. DES MO1NES, i.T--Miss Julia A. Robinson, state library commission executive secretary, announced dates for annual district meetings of librarians, trustees and assistants. The meeting, for discussion of library problems, will be held under the auspices of the state commission and the Iowa Library association, Miss Kobinson said. Miss Robinson and Miss Mildred Pike of Sioux City, president of the association, are to attend the district discussions. The schedule for district meetings follows: Northwest district, April 21 at Storm Lake; Miss Paula Hoffman, Le Mars, chairman. Middlewest district, April 23 at Audubon; Miss Grace Hanson, Odebolt, chairman. Southwest district, April 24 at Corning; Mrs. Gordon Hayes, Red Oak. chairman. Middle East district. April 28 at Cedar Rapids: Miss Edna Giesler, Davenport, chairman. North Central district, April 29 at Garner; Mrs. Lura Sanders, Al- jona, chairman. Northeast district, April 30 at Nashua; Miss Grace Neff, Cedar Falls, chairman. Central district, May 26 at Marshalltown; Letha Davidson, Ames, chairman. Southeast district, May 28 at Bloomfield; Miss Irma Hopley, Fort Madison, chairman. Crescent Club Ends Charm Sister Plan With Dinner Party Crescent' club concluded its charm sister project with a banquet at the Jefferson amber room Wednesday evening when final gifts were exchanged, with pictures of the giver enclosed, revealing the identity of each charm sister. There was assembly singing and following dinner, monopoly was played with high score prize going to June Peterson and low to Florence LaBounty. Announcement was made of the style show to be'held at the next meeting- ApriJ 1. Helen Buehler wili be chairman. The Y. W. C. A. nationwide business girls' banquet on March 24 and the Y. W.-Y. M. dance on March 25 were reported. O. JT. 0. CLUB MEETS AT JAKE NAGEL HOME O. N. O. club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1531 Jefferson avenue northwest, bv Mrs. Frank Johnson Wednesday evening. There were four tables of 500 with high score prize going to Mr. and Mrs. Veno Crawford and low to Mrs. Glen Murrcn and Jess Davis. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jess Davis, 1718 Delaware avenue north- cast. BRANDAU-HOPrEN RUDD--Miss Gertrude Hoppen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Hoppen of Rosemont, Nebr., and Edgar Brandau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandua of Rudd, were married March 16, at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. Henry Arhens, uncle of the bridegroom. Attendants were his cousin, Miss Evelyn Arhens, and her brother, Bert Hoppen. A wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Brandau will return to Iowa Friday and will be at home on his parents' farm. Did you see the table setting of Fostoria's "American Glass' at the Cooking School Thursday? Well, if you didn't, you t:;ui sec it at our store--any unic. Its sparkli"K crystal will make rhe breakfast, luncheon, or bridge table all the more attractive because of its use. "Buy American." Active kiddies ainl 'careless servants will find it hard to break, and it's very reasonable in price. See It At Our Store Anytime 29 E:ist Stltr St. CJLAUSKN-BKOWN Charles Clausen and Florence Brown of Northwood were married Wednesday at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl. Mrs. Wigdahl and Everett Swensrud of Northwood attended them. They will make their home at Northwood. General Hagood has been accused of "intemperate statements" in a war department bulletin. Well, the WPA has moved many a good man to that.--Charleston (W. Va.) Mail. Club Program Based on Famous Musicians Members of Sorority Members of Sigma Alpha Iota alumnat association, national honorary music sorority, met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Wolf, 1112 Third street southwest. The time was spent in studying national honorary members of the group. Miss Ellen Smith discussed Amelita Galla-Curci and Lucrezia. Bori and Miss Marian Van Ness, aria Jeritza and Ina Bourskaya. At the next meeting the program will be based on Myra Hess, Louise Homer, Harriet Ware and Olga Sanaroff. EDWAKDS-BKOVVN Mrs. Ruth Brown and Ray Edwards were married at the Olivet Methodist parsonage by the Rev. William Galbreth. They will be at home at 804 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Come to the COOKING SCHOOL and note the SMART WASH FROCKS On Display. SHIRLEY TEMPLE COATS for girls, ages 3 to 12. years. Sold here exclusively Coats of every Kind and Color Ombre Plaids, Tweeds, Camel's - ! Hair, ^ Fleeces, Monotones, Mixtures $12.95 to $29.95 You can write your own sports coat ticket. We have every imaginable fabric and all the leading styles. Swaggers with bias cut or pleated backs--boxy Paddock coats and Raglans--double breasted reefers and mannish types. We don't know of another good style that is not shown here. Beautiful color range in all sizes from 1 1 to 54. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" J -%?S"i.* : SJis^ l v"-'vS ? .V.. -· ; ;-: '*;-. r -. : . .V " . " . ' ' - ' . ' ' llltiiHl) I fur ^.sfe-^v^*^--. s -;'%.-;,y'-'··'··';'.· .-; ·-, CONSTIPATION Many doctors are advising their patients to est Honey Krushed Wheat Bread regularly. They write us of case a f t e r case where it has aided greatly in avoiding constipation.-From all over the country come letters from men and women reporting that Honey Krushed Wheat Bread has helped them combat constipation, and regairj their old time zest for living. Approved by Good Housekeeping The first and only independently distributed bread ever awarded this distinction. Besides wearing tbe coveted Seal of Approval ot the Good Housekeeping Bureau. Honey Krus/nrrf has been endorsed by many physicians and dietitians throughout the country as a safe, helpful way to promote regularity. Pure honey and other natural ingredients have a soothing and stimulating effect on the intestines. Delicious Nut-Like Flavor Even if you've never liked whole wheat breads you'll ask to have the Honey Krushed plate passed again and again. Toasted or plain it has a nut-like flavor that can't be described or imagined. Easy Way to Avoid Constipation \Vby experiment \vjth temporary purgatives often harsh and habit-forming 1 . Try this natural way. Supplement your diet with this wholesome food* Make this ID Day Test Eat Honey Krnshcd regularly with your meals for 10 days. Eat it liberally and chew it well. In a short time you should notice a decided improvement in your bowel tone and condition. Ask your grocer for Honey Krushed Wheat Bread today. Tell him you want the original and genuine. Ready sliced and wrapped in a moisture-proof wrapper with the Cellophane window. Over a mil, lion loaves sold weekly tnrouguout U. S. BAKED BY DIAMOND BREAD BAKERS I

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