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April 4, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 4 1934 «... - MASUW J i - I ULiUJOa-U.MJJa-J.P -- - --T WOMEN ENTHUSIASTIC OVER COOKING SCHOOL CLASSES Bible Play Competition atY.W.C.A. Girl Reserves Compete in Annual Dramatization Contest. The eighth annual Bible story dramatization sponsored by the girls' work committee o£ the Y. W. C. A. for the grade Girl Reserves was held Tuesday afternoon at the Y. with 12 plays entered. There were eight original plays and four published plays. Monroe seventh grade -club won first with "Moses in the Bulrushes" in the original class; McKlnley club second with "Joseph and His Brethren-" Wilson club, Alice Sheffler, adviser, third with "The Good Samaritan;" 'and Lincoln eighth grade, Evelyn Schrader, adviser, fourth with "The Good Samaritan." In the published play class Monroe eighth, Rena Lennan, adviser, won first with "The Judgment of Solomon;" I. O. O. F. club, Betty Ann Webster, adviser, second, with "Choosing a Wife;" and Roosevelt seventh, Laura Tank, adviser, third* with "Esther's Silver Collar." A silver cup to be kept for one year was awarded to the winning group in each class. Second prizes · are Girl Reserve pictures and third, bronze plaques. Mrs. W. A. Carter, chairman of the 'girls' work committee, Mrs. S. V. German and Miss Mildred Boggie were judges. Phyllis Neelings of Lincoln eighth club presided and 'told the story of "The White Lily." Musical numbers were presented between the plays including "Woodland Waltz," by Edna Bitting; "The Rosary," a violin solo by Betty Wood and "Invitation to the Waltz," by Dorothy O'Hearn. A quartet including Alice April Is the Month for DIAMONDS Perfect blue white quarter carat Diamond Engagement King $49.50 CONVENIENT PAYMENTS MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Building Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern ttOSK AND WUMKOSE "Rose and Primrose" is a good example of simplicity in floral patterns. The design is a new one, with most attractive lines and a charming decorative effect. Quilt connoisseurs are as pleased with this new block as they are with the ever popular old ones. The original of "Rose and Primrose" was appliqued in rose, yellow and light and dark green, with touch of blue. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 20, which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 20. Wood, Dorothy Crawford, Sarah Coe and Marjorie Grenier sang three Easter selections. BOSTETTER-PAPACH. MCINTIRE, April 4.--Miss Margaret Papach and Lee Bostetter of Mclntire were married at the Catholic church at Riceville by the Rev. Father Hetherington. They are making their home at present at the parental Papach home in Mclntire. SWEENEY-BENNEK. NEW HAMPTON, April 4.--Miss Merle Benner and Charles Sweeney, both of New Hampton, were married in St. Joseph's church by the Very Rev. Thomas J. Dowling, pastor. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. C. Raymond Sohrt of Waverly. The bride is the daughter of George Benner of New Hampton. The bridegroom, the son of Mark Sweeney of New Hampton, is a nurse. They will live here. --*-Clear water never has been seen in the Roanoke river of North Carolina but the Chowan, a parallel stream a few miles to the north, seldom is muddy. Second Day Draws Many for Lecture Mrs. Pauline Rohrs Teaches New Recipes at H. S. Auditorium. Enthusiastic with the first day of cooking school, Mason City women returned to the high school auditorium Wednesday afternoon for the second class of the school which is sponsored annually by the Globe- Gazette. Mrs. Pauline Rohrs is in charge of the school for the third consecutive year. To accomodate the crowds, an innovation in night classes is being tried out, the first session scheduled for 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night in the high school auditorium. Admission to the night classes is by ticket only and the tickets may be bad at the Globe-Gazette or until 7:30 o'clock at the Globe-Gazette I booth in the building show which is being conducted in the high school gymnasium. Recipes explained Wednesday afternoon include Decker's filet-o- loin baked, cauliflower flowerettes with colored sauce, cottage cheese pie,, mother's day cake and Boston apple pudding (English). Preceding the class salad suggestions were given and a demonstration of a broiled filet-o-loin luncheon with five minute asparagus and carrot strips conducted. Decker's Filet-O-Loln Baked Cut a piece large enough to serve the number of guests. Wash in warm water and dry. Place in open pan, add one-half cup meat stock, cover with parchment paper and bake one hour and fifteen minutes at 350 degrees. Serve with it-Cauliflower Flmverettcs With Colored Sauce 1 cauliflower Vz cup buttered crumbs 1 pint medium white sauce Vegetable coloring Cottage Cheese Pie 1 cup Hermanson's fresh cottage cheese. 2 tablespoons Iowa State Brand butter 1 cups Hermanson's sweet milk Vz cup raisins 2 eggs 4 tablespoons Crystal Beet sugar 14 teaspoon lemon extract 1 pastry lined pan Method: Place cheese in bottom of pastry pan and sprinkle with raisins. Beat eggs, add sugar, beat TOPPER WINS APPROVAL TWO FROCKS OUT OF ONE CONTRIBUTION OF NEW STYLE TRICK; DRESS OF SIMPLE DESIGN; EASILY MADE Ulo»-li-«lte I'wrlcM l» *"t I'aUern, 100 Finn Attune. New York t.ltj -FT MAN* OAV Do you realize how BUTTER Protects Health? I N ALL the hundreds of good things your grocer offers you, it is hard to find any other food so economical, so delicious, and yet so healthful as butter. Butter protects Health through its appetizii, - . flavor, that helps us enjoy our meals and thu~ aids digestion. It protects Health through Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin.so essential to sound bones and teeth--and through its generous sup_ply of Vitamin A, that builds vitality and guards against sickness. Careful housewives realize that trying to save by getting along without butter is a useless sacrifice, because there is no real saving. Compare its health-value and food-value with anything that might be considered a sub- - stitute, and you find that butter is most economical of all, actually giving you far more for your money. Y \ Mrs. Rohrs is using IOWA STATE BRAND Butter at the Globe-Gazette \ Free Cooking School Iowa, this p^und-foolish pot mf take; double toll h robi non-butter lamilie* ol food elements vital to health. The decreased use of buti« decreases rijhtful return from dairying --a factor important to Iowa. U N R I V A L L E D IN FLAVOR AND FOOD VALUE Today's pattern is quite versatile. It may be worn quite a number of ways because it can .have several different toppers. It can be worn without the topper, leaving a plain tailored looking dress. The original as sketched is navy blue crepe silk with blue and white crepe, giving it a very spring-like air. And besides it's so practical. Printed crepe silk with plain contrast is very effective for this young model. It's .exceedingly simple to make it. Style No. 638 is designed for sizes 14, 16 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards 39 inch material with 1% yards 39 inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. 638 again. Then add milk and flavoring. Pour over the cheese. Bake at 425 degrees 15 minutes, then reduce the heat to 325 degrees and bake 30 minutes longer. Mother's Day Cake 1 cup butter 1 2-3 cups Crystal Beet sugar 3 2-3 cups Pillsbury flour ':: teaspoon Morton's salt 2 teaspoons almond extract 1 dozen candied red cherries finely cut 1 cup Hermanson's milk % teaspoon soda 3 teaspoons cream tartar 8 egg Whites Method: Put together in usual way sifting cream of tartar with the flour. Add chopped nuts, candied cherries. Fold in egg. white last. Bake in large tube pan or large layer pans. Ice with decorative icing. Boston Apple Pudding (English) 4 apples U cup water Rind of one-half lemon U pound or half cup Crystal Beet sugar Juice of one lemon V = teaspoon cinnamon 1 clove 3 tablespoons Iowa State Brand butter 1 whole egg and one egg yolk Method: Cook apples, water, cinnamon, clove, lemon rind and juice When soft put through a fine sieve and add sugar, egg yolk and egg (which has been beaten). Beat wel again and pour into a pan linec with rich pastry. Bake in same fashion as pie at 425 degrees for 1" minutes, then reduce to 350 degrees until set. .*, MCCLURE-MOLDENHAUEK. FREDERICKSBURG, April 4.-Soy McClure and Miss Nina Mol- I denhauer, both of Fredericksburg ' were married here Monday evening at the Methodist parsonage with the Rev. H. R. Schmidt officiating. Mr and. Mrs. McClure will reside, in Fredericksburg. CHAFEL-SWARTZLAY. NEW HAMPTON, April 4.--A marriage license was issued Tues* day to Albert Chapel of Monei Creek, Mum., and Henrietta Swartz lav of Winona, Minn. It never works. Force can lift a man up, but standing alone must be his own idea.--Davenport Times. r i r l S c o u t i n s t r u c t o r oming Here tunice Priem of St. Louis to Teach Tramping and Trailing. "Tramping and Trailing" will be he subject of a special course to be onducted in Mason City next week y Eunice Priem of St. Louis, mem- er of the national training staff f the Girl Scouts. The course is deigned for leaders and workers in irl Scouting and will be open to 11 who are interested. Classes will be held beginning Monday afternon at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The afternoon's lec- ure will be repeated in the evening t 7:30 o'clock at the Y. The course rill continue through Thursday eve- ing at 7:30 o'clock at the Y when le regular monthly meeting of the Girl Scout community council will e conducted. Persons who are interested in at- ending the classes may call Mrs. Howard R. Barker, local Girl Scout director, (1518) for registration. Miss Arcley Marshall is chairman of the community council which is sponsoring Miss Priem's appearance here. A' small fee will be charged or the course. --*-- Iowa State Brand Creameries M A S O N C I T Y , I O W A Factory Sponsored 1/2 Price Sale ON 1847 ROGERS BROS. Anniversary and Ancestral Patterns WATCHES DIAMONDS S WEST .STATE We Carry CHAMBERLAIN'S Perfect Bird FOOD JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S Acmss From 1'nrl* We Tclexraph Flowers Phone 223 10 First Street X. W* Play Leads Chosen for Production "The World's All Right" to Be Presented on April 17. Leads have been chosen to play in the musical comedy, "The World's All Right," which will be presented April 17 in the high school auditorium under the sponsorship of the T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs of the Y. W. C. A. Kenneth Waugbtal and Lillian Leedstrom will head the cast of 150 local persons to take part in the production with Mr. Waughtal as Jimmy Waddell, the head of a broadcasting station, WAR, and Miss Leedstrom, his secretary and sweetheart, Jane Rogers. Dorothy Decker as Gertie Green, the high brow vamp from New Orleans, has a song and dance number with Milton Dalvey, who is cast as Joe, the office boy. They will be assisted by a chorus. Dr. Madelene Donnelly as the "Tell-Me-A-Story Lady," appears as one of the broad- east leado on this big.feature program. Madalynne Powell is cast as the "Melody Miss of Station WAR" and hag a number of songs. She will be assisted in her numbers by choruses in costume. The studio quartet composed of Larry Reardon, Ralph Cox, Edwin Helblingr and Ralph Stevens has an outstanding number. Roger Patton will give a one minute speech over station WAR telling why "The World's All Right." Marianna Sheffler will act as pianist for the production. A committee made up of Helen Kelsh, joretta Courtney and Jean Swift vill assist by playing for rehearsals. The talipot palm is the noblest palm of the East Indies, a native of Ceylon, Malaber, etc. Your New Spring Togs Including Lairds FINE SHOES will make you look your best and keep your FEET IN THE PINK OF CONDITION. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER 14 .E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted KANDAIX-GRAVJBNOR. MCINTIRE, April 4.--Mrs. Louise ravenor, formerly of Mclntire and Frank Randall of Marshalltown were married Tuesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Vance of Osage, by the Rev. Frank Miller in the presence of the family and Mrs. Miller. They will make :heir home in Marshalltown. Giuseppe Verdi was the greatest Italian composer of the nineteenth century. JOE MON PLEASURE WEDS JESSIE THOMAS. Joe Kon Pleasure and Mrs. Jessie Thomas were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage, 225 East State street at 10:30 o'clock, Wednesday morning, the Rev. A. W. Caul officiating. The ring ceremony was used. Mr. and Mrs. Mon Pleasure will take a wedding trip for a few days and will on their return reside at 717 Jersey avenue southeast. Smarter Styles. Better Quality For Less -- Since 1930 *OURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE The Theme Song of Spring Gaiety is SUITS 12 95 + $ I6 95 To carry you gaily through this season, you simply must have one of Spring's clever new suits! We are featuring real values in jaunty new styles--mixtures, tweeds and plain woolens in rich colorings. All length coats in sizes for women and misses. De Kaye WASH FROCKS featured at the Cooking School are only a sample showing of our vast collection of new types for spring and summer. Colorful patterns and materials in sizes from 12 to 54. Priced from $1.00 to $5.95 It Will Pay You To Attend The Globe-Gazette Cooking School Hearing Yon Will Be Interested In PAULINE L. ROHRS By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Menu For Easter Dinner. Dinner For Six Crab Cocktail Salted Wafers Roast Lamb Browned Potatoes Buttered Peas Rolls Currant Jelly Mint Sauce Asparagus Salad Pineapple Snow Pudding Creamy Custard Sauce Coffee Roast Lamb Eight pound leg lamb, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 14 teaspoon paprika, % teaspoon celery salt, i,i cup water. Wipe off lamb with damp cloth Sprinkle with flour and seasonings Place on rack in roasting pan. Leave uncovered in hot oven for 20 minutes. Add water, cover, lower fire and roast 2 two-three hours in moderate oven. Baste frequently. Add potatoes in last 50 minutes of roasting period and turn several times to allow even browning. Pineapple Snow Pudding. .Two tablespoons granulated gelatin, % cup cold water, 1 cup boiling pineapple juice, two-thirds cup boiling water, 1% cups sugar, one- third cup lemon juice, % cup chopped pineapple, 3 egg whites, beaten, % teaspoon salt. Soak gelatin in cold water 5 minutes. Add boiling juice and water, stir until gelatin has dissolved. Add sugar and lemon juice. Cool and allow to thicken a little. Beat until frothy and fold in remaining ingredients. Pour into mold and chill until stiff. Requires about 2 hours for dessert to stiffen but it is improved in flavor if chilled for several hours longer. Unmold and serve with custard sauce. Creamy Custard Sauce. Three egg yolks, one-third cup sugar, 1 tablespoon flour, y s teaspoon salt, 1% cups milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, ',i teaspoon lemon extract. Beat yolks, add sugar, flour and salt. Add milk and cook slowly in double boiler until mixture thickens a little. Remove form fire, add extracts and chill. _·:·_ Brlde-to-Be Honored. K E N S E T T -- A miscellaneous shower was given Miss Bernice Larson by relatives and friends at her home east of Kensett last Saturday afternoon. Miss Larson will be married to Lloyd Mathiason of Mason City in the near future. who will give valuable information on home economics and the products she uses in her work. Be sure and notice her demonstrations using the economical and efficient KC 25 Ounces for 25c SAME PRICE TODAY as 43 years ago ·^Manufactured by baking powder specialists who make nothing else. Controlled by expert chemists. The quality of K C is always uniform -- it's dependable. ::/£: OUNCES F( IgDAYAS'iy The demonstrator will show you how in using this double - tested -- double - action baking powder you get Fine Texture and Large Volume in your bakings--why KC is economical and efficient, requiring only one level teaspoonful to a cup of flour for most recipes. After seeing the demonstrations use K C in the same way in your own home. Give it the oven test and judge by results. Millions of Pounds Used by Onr Government

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