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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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^ Recipes to Everyoiie's Taste : Incliided ' in Food Colemn IS. Pupils Compete iOratory Ifowa City--Honors in 6 types ') forehsics will be decided- at i University of Iowa March 30 and April 1 in the final con- its of the Iowa high school jensic league. Jfoung speakers' will compete in [.pate and discussion, interpreta- L reading, radio speaking, or|al oratory and extempore Eking. . st date for the district de contests is Feb. 28 whil fch 13 is the final one for dis oratory" and extempor 3, according to Prof. A. C of the University of Iowa hairman of the league's execu- ive committee. Proposition for debate is "Re- olved, That the United States hould join in reconstituting the League of Nations." Competition vill occur for schools in Classes A and B according to enrollment ut there will be no classes in he other contests. . MADE TO ORDER The hens on Mrs. Harold Schultz' farm must be particularly fond of their owner. One day recently, Mrs. Schultz found an egg with a perfect letter "S" on the end. The letter was about half an inch high and one-fourth inch wide. Avocados Doubling as Meat Substitute Here's a promise of good eating ahead! Homemakers will find some recipe they like in this collection which Mrs. Reeves offers in her food column. They'll probably want to try them all, the list is st varied. In includes crumb cake, Russian salad dressing, bread and cheese souffle, orange biscuits, easy dessert, .meat scuffle, spoon bread waffles, cheese dreams, and 4 recipes for the use of avacado which besides being good in themselves are a good substitute .foi meat. You no doubt are aware that you'll have a little difficulty finding tapioca for the recipe which calls for it, but file it away-we'll be eating tapioca again someday. Rake--Maxine Ho viand, high school girl who has been confined to bed for the past 10 weeks, suffering from after effects of scarlet fever, is able to be up. HomeMixed Cough etief Is Hard To Beat SPEAKING8FOODS by LUCV .REEVES Last week a collection of rcci-* pes was s e n t for this column. f ery Easy to Blake. No Saves Big Money. mailer what you've been using jughs due to colds, you'll be the to admit tiat this surprising ; mixed In your ;own kitchen, t be surpassed,' for real results, [lake a syrup by stirring 2 cups uranulated sugar and one cup of f :r a few moments, until dissolved, looking is needed--a child could |L Or you can use corn syrup or id honey, instead of sugar syrup '.en put 2 ounces of Pinex (ob- d from any druggist) Into a pint Fe, and add your syrup. This gives you a full pint of really tuuaz- ne cough relief--about four times as much for your money. Tastes One-children love it--and it never spoils. You can feel this Lome mixture taking right hold c£ a cough. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and helps clear tile air passages. Eases soreness and difficult breathing, and let's you sleep. Once tried, you'll swear by it. Fines is a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, a most reliable soothing agent for throat and bronchial membranes. Just try it, and u not satisfied, your money will be refunded. Many of them are new and most of them are so good that no space will be used telling you of them. Here they are: Crumb Cake l'/b cups brown sugar ! cup butter 2% cups flour Crumble all together like pie crust. Take out 1 scant cup of crumbs. Add to the remainder 1 cup sour milk, 1 teaspoon soda and Y» .ieaspoon salt. Put in greased pan. Sprinkle the cup of crumbs on, top and bake. (No time given. Test with straw for doneness.) Russian Salad Dressinr (Different) Boil together 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water and juice of 2 lemons, until mixture drops from spoon quite thick. (Like testing jelly.) Let stand until cold, beat with a fork until line, thick syrup is formed. Into this cold mixture put 2 cups salad oil, 1 cup catsup, 2 tablespoons grated onion, 1 tablespoon celery salt, 1 teaspoon paprika. Beat oil mixture in gradually. M a y be thinned with lemon juice or vinegar. Specials For Sunday Nights BREAD AND CHEESE SOUFFLE Into a well buttered casserole GLORIOUSLY STYLED IN GAY SPRING MOOD FLORAL AHO FIGURED PRINTS . BUCK OR NAVY WITH LINGERIE . PASTEL TWILLS ... 1 AND 2-PIECE I/Jut* L I L A C . . B L U E . . . G O L D . . S C A R L E T . , A L L - W O O L S H E T L A N D * . . T W I L L S ut 4 thin slices of buttered bread ut in .quarters, crusts removed, ut up 1 pound American cheese small pieces. Alternate layers t bread and cheese until dish is full,. Beat 3 eggs, add 4 cups milk, % tablespoon prepared mus- ard, salt and pepper. Pour over hcese and bread. Let stand lour. Bake 1 hour in moderate ANOTHER CASSEROLE Cook together, until tender 1,4 ounds pork, and I 1 /!; pounds veal J /2 teaspoon salt, 1 large onion, cup finely diced celery, using quarts water. Put 6 slices of bread Broken in cubes, in a bowl, pour Lhe cooked meat and broth ove bread and mix. Beat 3 eggs unti light and fluffy. Mix eggs with bread and meat mixture very lightly. Pour into greased casser ole and bake until "set" and nice! browned. ORANGE BISCUITS To any rich biscuit recipe add tablespoon sugar, and grated rim of. 1 orarige. Pat dough on lightl floured board to \ z inch thicknes Cut out and sprinkle with mix ture of sugar and juice from 1 or ange. Bake in hot oven about 1 minutes. AN -EASY DESSERT TO HAVE READY Cook apple quarters, peelec until transparent in sugar syru colored- and flavored with cinn mon candies. Place in sherbe glasses and cover with-QUICK TAPIOCA CREAM Vs cup qiiick cooking tapioca V-i cup sugar % teaspoon salt 1 or 2 egg yolks 4 cups milk ' 1 or 2 egg whites, stiffly beat 1 teaspoon flavoring. Combine tapioca, sugar, salt, egg yolk and milk in top of double boiler and stir erjough to break egg yolk. Place over rapidly boiling water, bring to scalding point (allowing 6 to 8 minutes), and cook 5 minutes longer, stirring frequently. Remove from boiling water. Fold a small amount into egg white, add to remaining tapioca mixture and blend. Cool until slightly thickened. Add flavoring. Pour over apples and chill. MEAT SOUFFLE Make 1 cup white sauce with 1 cup milk and 1 tablespoon each of butter and flour. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in 1 cup of chopped cooked meat. When cold add the beaten yolks of 2 eggs and set away to cool, then stir in the 2 egg whites beaten stiff. Bake "20 to 30 minutes in a buttered casserole. If your family is fond of wattles give them a nice surprise with these: Jumper Suit WITH THE NEW SOFT L O O K Z4 /vTS TOPPERS.. CASUALS CHESTERFIELDS C O L O L I L A C B L U E . . R E D . . SHEIUNBS.. FLEECES., BOESXMS.. TWEEDS.. Thursday, Feb. 3, 1941 11 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE in liis mouth and was photographed as the local "Churchill" for the town paper. Woodburn subscribers said the resemblance was amazing. Today the "Poor George Poor has more than $50 for his I Patrons Aid Toor George' tO Vacation (Boy's Yen for Carnival *»., rvn^w \ITtoo I * . be taken ill P3lm Beach. Los Angeles, Cal., U,P.)--When 12 year old Joseph Madrid's parents objected to his joining the carnival he decided to get rid of them. He put iodine in his father's wine and glycerine in the coffee. While they were recovering from the ill effects the carnival aspirant threateningly flourished a knife. Mrs. Madrid called the police and Joe went to Juvenile hall. Goodell--Joseph Lowenberg o£ Buffalo, N. Y., in company with his home folks, the Ivan Lowen- bergs of Clare, visited with Ivan's mother, Mrs. P. C. Lowenberg. "SPOON BREAD" WAFFLES 1% cups boiling water % cup corn meal l 1 ,^ cups milk 3 teaspoons baking powder 2 tablespoons melted butter 2 cups flour 3 tablespoons sugar · l 1 ^ teaspoons salt 2 eggs, yolks an'd whites, beat en separately. Cook the meal in the boiling water 20 minutes. Add the milk, then the dry ingredients sifted together, yolks of eggs, beaten until thick; the butter and whites of eggs beaten together until stiff. Cook same as other waffles. Double-duty -- that's what smart women are demanding of their clothes this year. Make the 2nd piece of the pattern up as a smart jacket or an attrac- tice blouse--or both! No. 3735 in size IB requires i yards 39 inch fabric for jumper; 1% yards 39 inch for blouse; I 1 /-; yards 54 inch fabric for jacket. Applique included in pattern. Send IGc for PATTERN, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly: Be sure to state size you wish. The SPRING F A S H I O N BOOK is now ready. Illustrates. 150 pattern styles in beautiful' colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address P A T T E R N DEPARTMENT, Globe - Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. isyruiu tttiss T ·*, i r United Press. Staff Correspondent | QQ IViUCh lOt Woodburn, Ore., (U.R)--P o o r George Becker always wanted to be an unusual bartender who mixed zombies and sazeracs behind a mahogany bar with a brass rail. Although denied priorities for brass and placed behind a bar of Oregon fir, from which he draws only short and long beers, George is making his claim as one of the nation's most unusual bartenders. One day, after working more than a year without? a vacation, George got the idea o£ calling himself "Poor George." He then instituted the first "bar poor box," and asked all beer fans to help "poor George" lake a vacation. In one week he had collected $8.08 toward his goal of $44.11, which later took him to a resort for 2 weeks rest from the constant . orders--"D r a w . o n e , George . . . Draw 2, George." When George returned a new man from his vacation last summer, he posed, holding a beer in toast, for press pictures, which were mailed to Woodburn boys in the New Guinea area under the captain--"Beer for the soldiers." To date, more than 15 letters have been published in the local Woodburn paper from the New Guinea soldiers, thanking "Poor George" for the toast. One bar philosophizer got the idea George reminded him ol Winston Churchill. George then posed in his overcoat, pulled his hat down over his eyes, placed a cigar AT FIRST SNIFFLE, SNEEZED, Put a few drops of Va-tto-nolup each nostril atthe very first sniffle or sneeze. Its quick action belps prevent many colds developing. Follow sauce, salt. vinegar, celery or garlic NOT POP CORN Too bad that the corn in the crib on the Henry Opfer farm near Waukon was not pop corn. The floor of the corn crib caught fire from a bonfire started by Mr. Opfer when he burned some * cobs. The fire department extinguished the blaze before much damage was done. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE CHEESE DREAMS I tablespoon butter 1 egg, beaten % teaspoon salt *rt teaspoon mustard 2 cups American cheese 6 slices bread 6 slices bacon. Mix first 5 ingredients to a paste and spread liberally over bread. Top with a slice of bacon and bake in a hot oven for 5 or G minutes. Serve at once with chopped sweet pickle, or a couple of teaspoons of hot chili sauce over each slice, just before serving, is a nice addition. Avocados are at their best at this time of year and are one of the finest fruit substitutes for meat. Stuffed Avocado Salad 2 avocados Lemon juice and salt 2 3-oz. packages cream cheese 1 teaspoon minced onion 1,2 teaspoon celery salt Pimiento Cut avocados in halt lengthwise, remove seeds, and peel. Sprinkle inside with lemon juice and salt. Combine cheese, onion, celery salt and blend. Fill halves with cheese mixture and garnish with pimiento. Chill thoroughly. Serve with French dressing on salad greens. Avocado Aspic 1 tablespoon gelatin 2 tablespoons cold water 1 cup boiling water 1 cup sieved avocado' 4 teaspoons lemon juice Salt to taste 14 .' teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Vz teaspoon celery salt 1 pimiento minced Soften gelatin in cold water. Add boiling water, stir until dissolved.. Cool. When sirupy in cotisistency add rest of ingredients and blend thoroughly. Pour into mold, let stand until firm. Un- mold on crisp salad greens and serve with mayonnaise. Avocado Salad Cut Avacarfos in half, lengthwise, do not peel. Fill each half with chunks of grapefruit. Cover with French dressing. Serve on beds of lettuce. Avocado Salad Dressing For Head Lettuce 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons evaporated milk H teaspoon salt 6 drops Tabasco sauce 1 -avocado, sieved 1 teaspoon prepared mustard Add lemon juide to milk and beat well. Add remaining ingredients and beat. May be used on fruit, vegetable or combination salad. Variations: Use 1 egg yolk, well beaten, instead of the milk. Omit Tabasco sauce. Add if desired horseradish. Worcestershire Dougherty--Mr. and Mrs. Marion Belknap - and family moved Monday from a farm southeast of town to a farm east of Greene. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. ' Phone 2272 PREMIUM CRACKERS THE APPETIZING COODN ESS of Premiums It typical of all cracker* mid cookies Identified by th« red Nabisco seal. Look for it when you buy. BAKED BY NABISCO · NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ALL PERFED PATENT Debonair! 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