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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 1936 NINE H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MOUTON Menu Hint. BROILED DINNER Broiled Ham Pineapple Tomatoes Stuffed With Noodles Lettuce With Roquefort Cheese Dressing , Potato Torte Coffee How is this for a "different" meal? It was suggested by the home economist of one of the big aluminum companies, and she suggests that the cooking be done on an aluminum broiling pan. She says: "Arrange slice of ham, tomatoes stuffed with noodles (cooked, of course), and slices of pineapple on the wire rack, place the aluminum broiler pan about three inches from the heat. When the ham is browned on one side, turn arid brown on the other. When all is done, arrange on a serving platter ad garnish." Thursday's Kccipes, Ronqucfort Cheese Dressing--One- half teaspon salt, one teaspoon of sugar, one-eighth teaspoon paprika, one-fourth cup cider vinegar, one- half cup pure olive oil. five tablespoons Roquefort cheese. Mix salt, sugar and paprika together. Add vinegar and oil and beat thoroughly. Add five tablespoons of crumbled Roquefort cheese and mix well. Potato Torte.--One-half cup butter, two cups sugar, four eggs, separated; one cup grated sweet chocolate (one bar), one cup rice, boiled potatoes, one-half cup chopped, blanched almonds, one-half tea- spoon salt, one teaspoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon cloves, one-half teaspoon nutmeg, one-fourth teaspoon allspice, one teaspoon baking soda, one cup -sour milk or buttermilk, two cups sifted all-purpose flour. Cream butter, gradually add sugar, then egg yolks, one at a time. Add chocolate and potatoes. Sift alt dry ingredients together, add almonds, and add alternately with milk to the above mixture. Beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry, and fold into the batter. Bake in a loaf at 32 degrees F., 45 to 60 minutes. Baked Apple. A new way to bake apples. Peel the top hall of the apple and bake in the usual way until they are soft but firm. Allow a spoon of sugar to each apple, place them under a broiler and brown quickly, basting once or twice. A Special ccasion Offering Rare Opportunities to Save on Gorgeous Spring Apparel! UIT Smart Mannish Details Fabrics and Tailoring! They're flawlessly tailored and perfect fitting--stunning suits adorned with smart furs . . . distinctive 3-piece types . . . clever navy models . . . mannish jacket suits . . . newest swagger styles! All the fabrics, patterns Wonder- p o p u l a r shades and for Spring! ful buys! Tomorrow! Chosen by New York Stylists to Lead in Spring Parade! Marvelous swagger coats with flattering collar and sleeve effects . . . featuring new shadow plaids . . . tans, grays . . bright colors! Stunning fur-trimmed dress coats! Handsome Chesterfields! E a c h an outstanding Spring success! Unbeatable values! Worth Seeing! f Exquisite Pastels Navies and Prints! Gay frocks in bewitching Spring hues--exquisite Violet . . . gray . . . rose . . . powder blue . . . aqua--gorgeous prints in iris and navy--captivating jacket styles . . . dresses with bright boutonnieres and lingerie trimmings--unsurpassable at this price! Real Beauties! Wear Them Under Your Spring Coat! Stunning boucles in novelty weaves . . . smart chalkette ' knits . . . clever 2-piece styles in new Spring pastels! A r e a l f i n d ! ' Really Unusual! Each selected from a higher-priced group! Bargains impossible to duplicate! Values to $12.95 IETY Two Performances Set for Operetta at H. "The Prince of Pilsen" to Be Presented Monday and Tuesday Nights. Luder's operetta, "The Prince of Pilsen," is to be produced Monday and Tuesday nights, March 3U, 31, under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith, assisted by Dorothy Swift, junior accompanist for both performances. The preparation for the elaborate presentation is engaging all the spare time of members of the high school vocal department. A double cast, for the most part, was selected for the two performances, three students. Don Kunz in the role of the Prince of Pilsen, Don Sobieske as Francois, and Phillip Costones portraying Jimmy, appear both evenings, together with all the boys' choruses and the tap dancers. The girls' choruses have been double cast. In Monday Cast. Other members of the Monday, night cast include Bob Burgraff as Artie, Bob Rampton in the role of Tom Wagner, Carroll Ambrosen, playing Hans Wagner, Betty Edwards as Edith. Helen Stoecker in the role of Mrs. Crocker. Barbara Scott portraying Nellie, and Dorothy Paine as Sidonie. Tuesday night's cast of players is: John Moore, Artie; Melvin Ferr Tom Wagner; Russell Bistline, Hans Wagner; Margaret Wrig-ht, Edith; Alice Ann Moore, Mrs. Crocker; Doris Squire, Nellie and Veda Kimrey. Sidonie. Supporting roles which have been I single cast will be handled by Carl- I ton Mall. Bob Miller. Robert Olson. Merle Nordschow, and Art Fisch- bcck. The chorus of Heidelberg boys includes Stan Rivcdal, Dick Grow, Bob Buchanan, Harry Holt, Walter Sweet, Bob Miller, Bob Olson and Clinton Diereks. Girls Chorus. Vassar girls are Phyllis Keeling, Ruth Dougall and Faythc Nolter- ieke. The companions of the Vassar o-irls include Jean Schoby, Dorothy Wolf, Letitia Fleming. Gretchen Weber, Norma Rice. Virginia Lee, Mary Thompson, Winifred Storer. Estelle Schneider, Beatrice Wigdahl, Maud Wilson, Eileen Payne. Enid Forbes, Grace Ann Chenoweth, Naomi Stevens, Virginia Farmakis and Alva Skram. Supplementing these choruses, golf girls, maids, bell boys, bathing girls, waiters, fox hunters, and cadets appear in the cast. The production staff for the operetta consists of Dean Huxtable, stage manager, Bill Bennett, electrician; Sheila McPeak and Dorothy Curtis prompters; Frances McKnight and Winifred Bogardus call girls; John Moore, Loretta Ewing, Arthur Fischbeck, publicity: Geraldine Humphrey, Arline Mar- DOKOTHY SWIFT Don't c:rperimcnt I This is the to inatant relief from pain quick, safe, easy removal of yi eallouaet. Sold everywhere. Zino-pads 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE from this complete SELECTION of NEW SPRING HATS. HUNDREDS OF HATS TO CHOOSE FROM Priced at BEAUTIFUL PASTEL SHADES FOR SPRING NEWEST STYLES Small, large and extra- large headsizes. 3 South Federal tin, Myrtle Hctland and Evelyn Marsh, costumes and Ray Seraett, properties. The stage set was built by Roger Downing and the back drop by Kenneth Wagner. Harlyn Ashenfelter of the junior college faculty is responsible for decorations. Seats for both performances will go on sale at the high school office at 3:10 o'clock Friday afternoon. --*-_ SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Monroe-Washington 0. S. C 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. N. C. Slam, 122 President court, pot luck supper. Lincoln P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, school. K. N. A-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall, Mrs. Edith Kipp, Mrs. George Rodgcrs, Mrs. William Purington, Mrs. Floyd Miller, refreshments. Immamiel Luther league-S o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jung, Esther Lanclgren, Nels and Roland Frid, hosts. who were married at the Congregational parsonage by the Rev. Stiles Lessly. Licenses were also issued to Arthur D. Cumwings, 2S, Hawkins. Wis., and Emily Kaiser. 24, Ingram, Wis.; to Robert R. Lutz, 23. Clearfield. Pa., and Berthn L. Hubert. La Hurpc, ill. FRIDAY Trinity Grant circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Martha Halsor, 704 South Federal avenue. St. John's auxiliary-1 o'clock, parish hall, lesson by Mrs. C. F. Hinton. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Methodist Ladies aid-Division 1, 1 o'clock, Mrs. E. J. Bryant, 1221 Adams avenue northwest; division 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Lester Milligan, 930 Monroe avenue northwest; division 3, 1 o'clock, Mrs. K. V. Mace, 115 Seventh street northwest; division 4, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson, 41 Linden drive; division 5, 1 o'clock, Mrs. S. V. German, 621 Sixth street southeast; division 6, 1 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Schmidt, 408 Ninth street southeast; division 7, 1 o'clock, Mrs. M. W. Bums, 234 Tenth street northwest; division 8, 2:30 o'clock, church; division 9, 1 o'clock, Mrs. C. R. Marsh, 420 Sixth street southwest; division 10, 1 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Vesterby, 216 Fifteenth street southeast. Christian Workers-Group 1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. J. Cordle, 252 Fifteenth street southeast; group 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. J. W. Hig-ht, 320 Second street northwest; group 3, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. S. Prindle, 23 Connecticut avenue northeast; group 5, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. J. Birch. Mrs. R. Q. Moore, 314 Ninth street northeast, contest closes. Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Honsey, 516 Jefferson avenue northwest. Rebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. parlors, Mrs. J. E. Lennan, chairman. Presbj'terian Women-2 o'clock, church, election of officers, yearly reports. Harmony Guild-Congregational church, Mrs. W. Earl Hall, Mrs. R. V. Harris, Mrs. H. S. Beemer, Mrs. Frank Pearce, hostesses, devotions, Mrs. C. L. Meade. Women's Labor bureau-7 o'clock, Labor hall. Roosevelt-Jackson p. T. A -7:30 o'clock, school. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. .9. NE\VBY-SCllACJiTEKLJE FAULKNER--Miss Pearl Sehach- terlc and Dale Newby were married at the Methodist parsonage at Kl- dora by the Rev. Dcwey Lamprccht. They were attended by Miss Erna Kloctzer and Richard Roelfs. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schachlerle living a mile south of . Faulkner. Mr. Ncwby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newby of Steamboat Rock. They will be at home after April 1 on a farm near Bradford. MKS. E. D. UNDQUIST HOSTESS AT PARTY Mrs. E. D. Lindquist. 315 Twenty- fourth street southwest, entertained at a surprise party honoring her mother. Mrs. 0. E. Bartell. Wednesday on the occasion of her birthday. A pink and white color scheme was ! carried out in the decorations with j carnations and tapers centering the 'tal'lc. Activities Planned by Tabernacle Group St. Joseph Tabernacle society met Wednesday afternoon at the St. Joseph hall when plans were made Cor a luncheon and card party to be sponsored April 14. Mrs. Paul Hurley will be chairman of arrangements. Mis. W. B. McGrane announced a bake sale for April 11. Entertainment was furnished by the sixth and seventh grade pupils who gave musical numbers and readings. There were musical selections by the Phalen trio and by Yvonne McGrane. Mrs. Joe Crayehec and Mrs. Larry Finn acted as hostesses. The next meeting will be April 29 with Mrs. W. H. Hanson and Mrs. J. C. Nelson in charge. .j. DEGREE OF IIONOU 1'LANS CARD PARTY Degree of Honor Protective association will sponsor a card party Friday evening at S o'clock at Moose hall for members and friends of the organization. Bridge and 500 will be played with both high and low prizes awarded in each game. Refreshments will be served Mrs. Sidney Higley and her committee are in charge. JEFtTCRSON C. S. C- CONDUCTS MEETING Jefferson Child Study circle met Wednesday night with Mrs. H. K. Jones, 404 Seventh street northwest. Following the short business session, Mrs. J. H. Marston reviewed "Motion Pictures and Youth" by Charters. Mrs. Elmer Bublitz, Mrs. W. E. Wendel and Mrs. H. S. Marshall acted as hostesses. HARDING CIRCLE MEETS AT SCHOOL Harding Child Study circle met at the school Wednesday for a program which included a lesson on "Sex Education" by Mrs. T. E. Davidson and a discossion of "Development of Muscle Control" by Mrs. Marvin H. Wiegman. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Floyd Fraser, Mrs. Gabriel Wilch and Mrs. H. H. Boyce. There were 27 present. KASMTJSON-KLUSJIEIER OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. John Klusmeier announce the marriage of their daughter, Edith, to Alvin Rasmuson o£ Grand Meadow. Mr. Rasmuson is employed by the Otranto Grain company. »;, MATIKIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES OSAGE--A license was issued here to Clifford Salisbury, 18, and Edna Gilliland, 17, Austin, Minn., T K R E S G E ' S E A S T E R ' B O N N E T S ft with Violets, Gardenias or Sprina Buds Enchanting hat styles! Ever so becoming I Cay little hats, designed solely to make you look "preccy as a picture!" You'll find them irresistible! Brims, sailors and tailored straws -- trimmed with bright Spring flowers. All new and just received for Easter. S 25 c to $1 ST ORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. A SPECIAL PURCHASE Makes Possible This of High Styled SUITS and Coats Our New York office made a fortunate buy on a large group of the smartest Suits and Coats we've seen this season . . . all the most popular models, including tailored modes, full length swaggers, clever jiggers and others. The fabrics are colorful and the tailoring is of the best . . . at this sale price, these garments are the season's BEST BUY! Specially Priced For afyrdoy ALL SSZES CONTINUING OUR 2 for 1 SALE OF DRESSES We have added about 50 smart new Frocks to the group which we offered in the 2 for 1 Sale last weekend . . . dresses you can wear right now. and later. Made to sell for several times the sale price--by all means see them Friday or Saturday. Complete range of sizes. 2 for $5 BE HERE EARLY ONE GROUP 2" and 3 PIECE SUITS, $6.90 15 SO. FEDERAL AVE.

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