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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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APRIL 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE Still, liquor isn't the only legal A partisan is a. person who uses thing that's rotten.--Midwest Itc- catchwords and thinks they are view. [opinions.--San Francisco Chronicle. Chinese ingredient and recipe for CHOPSUEYo'CHOWMEIN PHOVE to yourself lhat Chinese recipes ore eo»y. Prepare a meal of chop suey or chow mein in ten min- nlcs. You'll find simple recipes are on La Choy label. Ask your grocer for La Choy Sprouts and win praise by serving new delicacies. Packed by Americans in America. Iowa Falls Group Will Give Play at Hampton HAMPTON. April 12--The Sunday Evenng club will resume united meetings at the Methodist church Sunday evening and a group o£ players from Iowa Falls will present a religious play, "Claudia." The Sunday Evening club is a consolidation of the congregations of the Methodist, Congregational and Baptist churches for meetings during the winter months. There is but one safe rule for borrowing: Borrow nothing you cannot replace; loan nothing whose value you cannot afford to lose.--Davenport Tlro«9. NOW! HALF - HALF BREAD 1/2 All-Butter--1/2 Whole Wheat BREAD BREAD ON SALE AT ALL DEALERS Mason City Baking Co. GROCERY SPECIALS Friday--Saturday--Monday JELL, Any O P Flavor, 6 for fciwC PEAS, in No. 2 can Ivt FIG BARS, 1A Fresh, pound .... 1 vC KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS With FREE BLUE PRINT 2 packages ?C/» for DC Jersey Cream tf»1| TO FLOUR, 49 lbs.«J 1.00 Yellow (JOKiN- \An MEAL, 5 pounds. . l^C MUSTARD, 1 r quart jar IOC VANILLA, -I r large bottle IOC LINSEED OIL, no Boiled, per gallon «/OC ·TURPENTINE, «T[* per gallon . . . . 1 */v Copper Bottom BOILER With Cover, (M OP SPECIAL v A · « 0 Gold Medal 07 CAKE FLOUR.. £ l C APPLE BUTTER, OP large jar 4OC Hardwater TOILET OP SOAP, 6 cakes. . £OC TONE BROS.' COFFEE Sale and Demonstration Saturday, April 14 1-Ib. -Vac. Can OP Coffee House. . . .£*»»· Come in and Sample This Fine Coffee COOKIES,- fancy 1A per bag lUt OATMEAL, Bulk, OQ 10 pounds J«7C Macaroni or Spag- OC -- hetti, 5 pkgs..:.. £OC WALL PAPER I ft CLEANER, can. . lUC 3 cans 25c DUTCH BOY WHITE LEAD, *|1 OP 100 Ibs «?·*· I*M«| SPEPIAT SAT/E ON NO 1 TUB NO 2 TUB NO. 3 TUB COCOA, Extra OP fine quality, 3 Ibs.^OC Golden Bantam QA/» CORN, 12 cans.. »HJC PURE SORGHUM, OP 5 pound pail £OC DECKER'S FRANKFURTERS (Import Style) Demonstration, Saturday. Put up in a vacuum can ready to serve Come and sample this fine product. YELLOW SOAP, OP 6 large bars £OC Crystal White SOAP OQ^ CHIPS, 5 Ibs £3L PRUNES, 0 fl- lC pounds OUC BON AMI, Powder 1 A _ or Cake, can IvC JOHNSON'S PREPARED FLOOR WAX, JA GALVANIZED TUBS 69c 79c 89c SEED POTATOES, ONION SEEDS, PINE QUALITY. SEE US BEFORE BUYING. GARDEN SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. VISIT OUR CLOTHING DEPT. WHERE SPECIAL BARGAINS HAVE BEEN ARRANGED FOR THIS WEEK-END lownCr 49-LB. BAG ..... 82.10 er 24 z LB BAG $11 ° 5-LB. BAG ....... 28c AM RAIZES 215. S. Federal DEPARTMENT STORE WHOLESALE and RETAIL Phone 434 HI'S. Pauline Rohrs Answers \ypes of meat which may have been Recipes From Cookinj Requests of Women in Audience. Complying with the requests of mndreds of Mason City women, the Globe-Gazette is publishing a number of recipes which Mrs. 'auline. Rohrs was unable to give during the time she conducted the looking school here last week. The ecipes which were prepared by Mrs. Rohrs for publication follow: PEACH DREAMS One cup peach halves 2 tablespoons butter 1 package marshmallows 3 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon com strach METHOD: Rtmove peach halves Tom juice.-Place on a shallow pan cut side uppermost, then drop a marshmallow in hollow of each, set n oven until marshmallow is slight- y brown. Set to cool. Then make sauce with the peach juice by adding to this the butter. When hot add the sugar into which the cornstarch has been blended. Cook until thick and chill. Place peach halves in sherbet glasses, cover with sauce, chill again. Garnish vlth a spoon of whipped cream, jiece of cherry and a sprig of mint. Jost delicious. PEAJTUT BUTTER SOUP Two cups rich milk 1% cups water % teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika ?i cup peanut butter 1 small onion minced % teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon flour METHOD: Combine milk, water and peanut butter; then add seasoning. Heat this in top of double Kjiler or use every precaution not :o scorch. Melt the butter and add :he flour. Blend well but do not jrown. Gradually add the milk mix- :ure to this. Keep very hot and serve with a sprinkle of parsley. N. R. A. CARAMEL PUDDING. % cup sugar 1 qt. milk, scalded 2 cups bread crumbs 3 beaten eggs .2-3 cup sugar Va teaspoon salt % teaspoon vanilla 1% oz. chocolate METHOD: Melt the first half cup sugar in an iron frying pan. Add ie scalding milk and stir until dissolved. Cool slightly and add the bread crumbs. When crumbs are soft add the beaten eggs, salt and sugar and vanilla. Melt the chocolate over the hot water and add this. Then pour into a buttered casserole. Bake 350 degrees 45 minutes. Serve with or without whipped cream. Salad Dressing. 3 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon prepared mustard 1% tablespoons flour 1 egg % cup milk Vi. cup water 4 tablespoons vinegar or lemon juice Method: Combine ingredients and cook in double boiler until thick. Then add one tablespoon butter. Cool and pour in jar. This dressing may be thinned down and used in combination with chili sauce for a lettuce salad or with cream for a fruit salad or potato salad. KEGRIGERATOR DESSERTS Orange Chiffon Pie 1 envelope of gelatine *4 cup cold water % cup orange juice % teaspoon salt 4 eggs 1 cup sugar 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1'tablespoon grated orange rind Method: Add one-half cup sugar to orange juice and lemon juice mixed. Place the salt with the beaten egg yolks and beat well. Blend the mixture and cook over boiling water until it coats a. spoon. Place the gelatine in a bowl and add one- half cup water and soak five minutes. Then add this to the custard and stir until dissolved. Add the grated orange rind last and cool. When'the mixture begins to thicken fold In the stiffly beaten whites of eggs to which the other one-half cup of sugar has been added. Pour into a baked shell and chill. Just before sen-ing spread over with a thin layer of whipped cream. Fruit Mousee. 2 teaspoons gelatine 4 tablespoons water 3 cups crushed fruit pulp 2 lemons 1-3 cup sugar 3 cups whipped cream Soften gelatine in water. Add the fruit pulp and juice, stirring over hot water until sugar is dissolved. Cool and fold in the whipped cream last. Chill and serve. This amount serves about 10 people. Creamed Cheese Icing. 2 packages Philadelphia creamed cheese l?i cups confectioners sugar 1 teaspoon lemon extract Beat well and use on the tomato cake given during the school. Refrigerator Meat Loaf I'/a cups lowana ham 1 tablespoon finely minced onion 2 tablespoons minced celery 2 tablespoons gelatine 1H cups meat stock 1 tablespoon pimento Method: Soften gelatine in the stock. Stir over heat until all of the gelatine is dissolved. Then add the ham which has been cut into small pieces. This ham should have been previously cooked. Add the celerj and onions. Blend well and pour in a mold to chill. This amount will serve four and is a nice way to use up bits of left over ham or other left over in your refrigerator. Jellied Green Gages 1 cup large Green Gage Plums 1 pkg. Jack Sprat Lime Gelatine Drain the plums free from juice. Dissolve the gelatine in one cup of hot water and add one cup of the plum juice which has been strained. Pour this over the plums, placed in individual molds. Chill and serve. Possible with a garnish of whipped cream. Sugar Cookies % cup fat 2 cups sugar 2-3 cup sour cream 1 teaspoon vanilla or lemon TO, teaspoon salt 2Vi cups flour *a teaspoon baking powder Method: Cream fat and sugar. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Add other ingredients in order given. Chill, preferably over night. Then roll out and bake S to 10 minutes 375 degrees. Whole Wheat Bread 1 «g£ 1 cup milk 2 cups whole wheat flour 4 tablespoons melted fat 4y : teaspoons baking powder 2 tablespoons sugar % teaspoon salt Method: Beat the egg and add the milk. Mix and sift together the dry ingredients. Add the liquid and put fat in last. Pour Into two medium loaf pans oiled. Bake 45 minutes to one hour 350 degrees. Angel Cake Whites of 11 eggs l*i cups sugar, sifted 3 times 1 cup cake flour, sifted seven times % teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cream of tartar ^2 teaspoon vanilla Method: Beat egg whites, adding cream of tartar and salt when- one half beaten. When the whites are stiff mix in sugar and flour and the vanilla is added in the final mixing. Bake 325 degrees one hour and five minutes without opening the oven. Frosting 1^2 cups sugar 2-3 cup hot water H teaspoon cream of tartar iV- egg whites beaten stiff. Decorate with almonds which are browned in olive oil with no salt Method: Boil the sugar, water and cream of tartar until it threads. Then add the egg whites beaten not too stiff. Marshmallow Syrup for Ice Cream. Melt in a double boiler or over a very low heat, one package marshmallows. Pour in a jar and set in a refrigerator for use as a sauce with ce cream. This cream may be sprinkled with nuts if a plain cream is used. Gumbo or Okra- Gumbo or okra can be used to best advantage in vegetable soup or simmered in butter and served with salt and pepper. Banana Roll. Peel bananas and cut in half crosswise. Roll rich pastry or pie crust to about % inch in thickness Cut in squares about 2% inches Roll one quarter of banana in each of these squares. Seal the edge with with a bit of water. Place on floured baking sheet and bake 375 degrees, 20 to 25 minutes. Question--What causes a butter cake to curdle when folding in the beaten egg? Answer--Do not beat the egg whites until the mixture is ready for the oven. Fold into the mixture at once using the same careful motion as you use in folding the flour in an angel food. Bake immediately and you will avoid this trouble. Butter Cake. 1 cup butter l',S cups sugar ZV 2 cups cake flour '2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons lemon or almond extract 1 cup milk 3 teaspoons baking powder 3 eggs Method: Cream the butter, adc the sugar then the beaten eggs. Sift the flour, salt and baking powder together. Combine with the firsl mixture alternately with the milk This is the same recipe to which ' added % cup of the finely rolled peanut brittle to the cake on the last day of the cooking school. Bake WHEEL OF FORTUNE Some young hopeful among the early Pennsylvania Dutch settlers pieced this little block and gave it a ame. Psychologists would say it "learly indicated her trend of thought--even her subconscious nind. Whatever it was, she established he reputation among the pioneers as a clever quilt designer. The block is pieced in tan, red and blue. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 16 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents n stamps or coin to quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue. New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 16. n 9 to 10 inch layer cake tins, 375 degrees to 400 degrees, 35 to 45 min. utes, depending on the thickness. This amount makes a large cake. Substituting cocoa for chocolate Use exactly three level tablespoons of cocoa instead of one one-on.ce square of chocolate. Oil Dressing. One tablespoon prepared mustard 'i teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 1 egg ',s teaspoon paprika 2U teaspoons vinegar or .lemon 2 cups salad oil Method: Place dry ingredients in bowl. Add vinegar and beat well. Add egg and beat again. Add oil a little at a time until one-half cup is used. Add more oil, beating with remaining vinegar. Chow Mein. 3 tablespoons fat 9i teaspoon salt 2-3 cup cold water Vi cup finely cut onion l"cup diced raw pork, veal or fowl I'i, cups celery, cut fine 1 cup LaChoy vegetables, drained 2'/ 2 tablespoons flour % teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon LaChoy brown sauce If desired, 2 tablespoons of La Choy sauce may also be added. Method: Heat the fat in a deep pan or skillet. Add the salt and died meat. In another pan cook the onioi and celery until a creamy goide brown. Add this to the meat mix turc Cover and cook for a few min utes until the meat is well steamed It should be nicely browned seared before anything is added Then add the water and the flou sprinkling the flour over the par tides of meat and stir until th juice becomes finally thick. The: add the LaChoy vegetables whic: should be cut into small particles Add the sauce last. Cover and sim mer for 15 to 20 minutes. Serve will- Chinese noodles. Rice may be serve-' with such a meal if you like. Chocolate and Date Muffins. 2 cups flour 4 tablespoons baking powder ',i teaspoon salt 'i cup sugar Va cup cocoa Add to this Vi cup finely cut stoned dates. Mix the flour through this with the finger tips. Then add 1 cup of milk, 1 egg, 2 tablespoons melted shortening. Pour into Tell oiled muffin tins. Bake at 375 to 400 degrees, 20 to 25 minutes. Refrigerator Lemon Pie- 11,2 cup sweetened condensed milk. IB cup lemon juice 2-3 cup whipped cream 3 tablespoons powdered sugar Unbaked crumb crust Blend condensed milk with lemon juice and rind. It thickens of its own accord to a creamy, smooth texture. Pour into a crumblined pan. Use graham crackers or vanilla wafers for the purpose. Cover with whipped cream sweetened with the sugar. Chill and serve. Delicious and attractive. Home From DCS Molncs. FENTON--Wilfred and Gladys toebcr and Frances Anderson of wea City, drove to DCS Moines the first of the week to bring back Mrj and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber. Mr. Stoeboi? underwent a major operation at Uiu general hospital there some timg ago. Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1.00 Orders 213 N. Federal Ave. LARD, open kettle, Ib 9' BACON, Special, 5 Ib. box 30 BACON SQUARES, Ib. 10 BACON, Canadian style, Ib. 22' STEAK ROUND SIRLOIN Ib.15o TENDERLOIN, beef, Ib. 20 BEEF ROAST, Ib.. 8' VEAL STEAK, Ib 15' VEAL ROAST, Ib 10 RIB BOIL, pound SAUSAGE, country style, Ib. PORK CHOPS, end, Ib. HAM, whole or · M c half, fresh, Ib. At 15; 13' Chicago Meat Mkt. POOXB 996 626 SOUTH JACKSON lownCrier FLOUR SPECIAL PRICE 19-LB. BAG $2.10 24'/ 2 -LB. BAG $1.10 5-LB. BAG _ 28c BARRETT BROS. CO. 20 SECOND STREET N. E. PHONE 43 I Wish to Announce... that I have purchased the DOZIER FOOD STORE (FORMERLY OLSON KOSSACJ*) 616 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. JERRY SNYDER Recently With the Grupp Food Market and Prior to That, Six Years With Sam Raizes. The Firm Will Be Known as SNYDER'S T STORE SEE "R" GROCER ADVERTISEMENT FOR SPECIALS Phone 1800 Free Delivery GRUPP'S FOOD MARKET PHONE 420 J339 N. FEDERAL ARE YOU LOOKING FOR QUALITY FOODS REASONABLY PRICED? \VE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH BOTH. STEAK GROUND BEEF, pound Cut from Deckers' Select Beef ROUND OR SIRLOTN 10c| BULK RICE, 2 pounds .. 15c BARBECUE STYLE RIBS... Ib. 15c .18c LAMB ROLL ROAST lb.25c POT ROAST, Lean, Ib-- . HAM ROLL, j C I Fresh, Ib... 00 I . 0£C | POTATOES, pk. J£C | CUMBERS, each KELLOGG'S sss BISCUITS 2 for 25c BLUE PRINT FREE THOMPSON-DEAN Cc ·JIV SMVKfCMHRS T,T -- O R A N G E S -Fancy Sunkist, 176 size, doz. 29c Batavia Coffee, Ib. 32c; 3 Ibs 95c Folgers Coffee, Ib. 32c; 2 Ibs 63c True Value Coffee. Ib. 19c; 3 Ibs. 56c CURTIS TUNA Genuine White Meat \ r ery Special, 7 oz. cans 22c; 2 for 41c Kellogg's Whole Wheat Bis., 2 for 25c Bulk Dates, nice and fresh, 2 Ibs 23c Nice Comb Honey, 2 squares 25c Visit Our Meat Department Or you can pick out a nice fancy Roast, a tender Steak or a nice Chicken over the phone. We're always dependable and handle only Quality Meats. Chuck Roats 12 ] /2C and 15c Rolled Rib 20c Sugar Cured Ham, Ib 14c Swifts 4 to 6 Ib. End Cuts Special A 75 Ib. mammoth Thuringer specially priced at, Ib 15c Home Made Pastry -- Strawberries

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