The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 16, 1934 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 16, 1934
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APRIL 16 I 1934 MASON CITY GLUKE-GAZETTE SEVEN I Many Attend I I n i t i a t i o n . t of Assembly I |i Order of Rainbow for Girls 1 1): Holds Meeting in Masonic Temple. Mason City Assembly, Order of the Rainbow fo r Girls met Saturday night for a 6:30 o'clock dinner. About 50 Masonic and Eastern Star members witnessed the initiation ceremony following dinner when six candidates were received into the order, two being from Swale- dale, two from Mason City, one from Manly and one from Clear Lake. The officers of Alchor Shrine No. 6, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, were present and formed a cross while Mrs. A. R. Lenz, worthy high priestess of Alchor Shrine presented the assembly two white Bibles, one large and one small one, a gift'from the shrine. The responses were given by Miss Branson of Clear Lake who holds the office of Charity and Miss Irvin of Manly who holds the office of Hope. The assembly will meet in Northwood on April 28, the guest of Northern Light Chapter, O. E. S. There will be initiation of candidates. Election of officers was postponed until May 12. Mrs. Lenz, mother advisor, announced the grand assembly would meet in Cedar Rapids in June. Mason City assembly now has a membership of 71 girls from Clear Lake, Manly, Garner Algona, Swaledale and Mason City. ^ H: 2 COUPLES ISSUED MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON, April 16-Marriage licenses were issued Saturday to Clifford J. Cutter of Cedar Rapids and- Elizabeth Kudrle of Marion, Archie Rasmussen and Ellen Nystal, both of Albert Lea. _*_. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER ! I ft ·'.. ! m By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE ROQUEFORT CHEESE DRESSING RECIPE Breakfast Menu. Orange Juice Scrambled Eggs Broiled Bacon Bran Muffins Coffee Luncheon Menu. Creamed Fish on Toasst Peach Salad Sugar Cookies Tea Dinner Menu. ..: ' Broiled Lamb Cftops - : Creamed Potatoes Buttered Peas Bread Butter Head Lettuce Roquefort Cheese Dressing Chilled Baked Custard Coffee Sugar Cookies (3 Dozen). 2-3 cup butter l'/i cups sugar 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon nutmeg % teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons cream 3 1-3 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and beat well. Add remaining ingredients and mix lightly. Drop portions on to greased baking sheets. Flatten and bake 12 minutes in moderate o^en. Roquefort Cheese Dressing. (For Lettuce or Fruit Salads) .1-3 cup cheese 1 teaspoon sugar .% teaspoon salt % teaspoon dry mustard % teaspoon paprika % teaspoon celery seed 3 tablespoons lemon juice · · % cup salad oil Crumble cheese with fork, add rest of ingredients and beat 2 minutes. Chill. Mix well and serve on salads Chilled Baked Custard. (Using Up Leftover Egg 1 Yolks) 8 egg yolks 2-3 cup sugar }i teaspoon salt 1*4 teaspoons vanilla ~£ teaspoon almond extract 3 cups milk Vt. cup cream. Beat yolks and add sugar. Mix and add rest of ingredients. Pour into buttered baking, dish. Set in pan hot water. Bake 50 minutes in slow oven. Remove custard dish from pan of water. Cool and chill. Serve plain' or with cream. For variety, sprinkle cocoanut ; over top of custard during last 15 J minutes of baking. Congressmen soon .learn to recognize the voice of the people. It is the one saying "Gimme."--Midwest Review. PERMANENT SPECIAL One Week ONLY Oar Regular $3.75 £«fe t.E Wave, Complete . * Jji Imperial Reconditioning Oil Wave, Regular *O or $5, Complete Charles Wave Shoppe CHARLES GILBERT 9 First St. S. E. Phone 1006 Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern WATER WHEEL One of the positive tests of the antiquity of a quilt block is the number of names bestowed upon it. "Water Wheel" is a favorite, an old four patch pattern known variously as "Windmill," "Mill Wheel" and "Water Mill." Red, blue and a print material with a tiny red figure on a light blue ground may be combined most effectively with white in this quilt. The pattern is from Quilt Book No. 21 which contains six other patterns. For your copy sent 10 cents in stamps or coin, not to Mason City, but to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 21. ALBERT LEA COUPLE WED AT L. B. CHURCH NEW HAMPTON, April 16.-Mise Ellen Nyatal and Archie Rasmussen, both of Albert Lea, were married in the Little Brown church at Nashua, Saturday, by the Rev. William Kent, pastor. The marriage was witnessed by Andrew Nystal and Eric Nystal of Jerico, brothers of the bride. The bridegrom is a machinist at Albert Lea. Turn Your Old Gold Into CASH Everybody knows that gold is more valuable today, but few people stop · to think gold is bought and sold by Troy weight and not avoirdupois. Old gold hi needed In the manufacturing of jewelry and repairing. Bring your old gold to us and turn it into cash. You will find it profitable to do so. WATCHES maneharcCo DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE 55 Present for Baking atP.G.E. Cake Contest Gets Under Way; Entries to Be Judged April 28. Fifty-five girls attended the cake baking demonstration given by Miss Helen Albertus Saturday at the P. G. and E. In connection with the cake baking contest being sponsored by the girls' work department of the Y. W. C. A, and the home service department of the people's Gas and Electric company. The contest is open to all school girls and there will be divisions for fourth to sixth graders, seventh graders, eighth, graders and high school girls. There will be classes for light cakes, dark cakes and sponge cakes. Cup cakes may not be entered. An entire recipe must be used. Cakes will be judged according to texture, flavor ana" appearance. They must be frosted, but only a small per cent will be allotted to frosting. Each girl is placed on her honor to bake the cake without assistance from anyone. Cakes must be entered before 11 o'clock Saturday. April 28, at the Y. W. C. A. and judging will be from 1 to 3 o'clock. Tea will be served from 3 to 5 o'clock. Entry blanks must be in by April 25 at ths Y. W. C. A. Jumpy Nerves Yield to the soothing action of this medicine. You will e*c better .. .sleep better . . . feel better . . . look better, life will seem worth living again. Don't delay any longer. Begin . taking it today. LYDIA L PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND LIVE ON FURS DANGER'S in the AIR! threatening, the very existence of your precious furs. MOTHS- FIRE-THEFT Summer brings this triple threat and homemade "protection" is unavailing. . . . At extremely low rate based on your own valuation you can have your furs protected from moths--fire and theft. . . . . · ·:. Expert Repairing and Remodeling Phone 788 or 789 CLEANERS FURRIERS Be Ready! Have Your Summer Clothes Cleaned Now! DON'T let the heat waves take you by surprise THIS year! With better summer clothes being made than ever before and perfected cleaning processes, it's possible to really ENJOY the heat by having your clothes cleaned at a nominal charge. PHONE 600 LYONS LYONS LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS The object of the Quality League of America is to cultivate a better understanding of the extra value and added satisfaction you can obtain by making Quality the first consideration in every purchase. E'RE BOTH really enjoying this stroll, aren't we, Bill'! "It's the happiest spring I've known in ages . . . since the 'little girl' days when I ran downstairs on Easter morning to hunt for eggs. 'Tor once, we can be proud of our new spring clothes and hold up our heads when the neighbors pass. "I'm so glad we followed your idea of buying better things this year. Best of all, we don't need to feel extravagant. Quality clothing is so reasonably priced nowadays, We can both afford good materials and the. newest styles." AS A GUIDE TO QUALITY BUYING READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING IN THIS NEWSPAPER FEATURING THE SLOGAN - TOD A Y, IT'S THRIFTY TO BUY QUALITY BARRETT BROS. DAMON'S, INC. BLANCH A UD'S CUHRIE-VAX NESS CO. CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO. CRYSTAL LAKE ICE v FUEL CO. JACOB E. DECKER ,V SONS FELT'S M A R K E T FINK'S SMART A I ' P A R K L FULLKRTON LUMBER CO. ·JOHN GALLACHKU, INC. G1LDNKK BROS. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. NICHOLS * GREEN GLANVILLE KROS. MARSHALL SWIFT. INC. LAIRD SHOE CO. HKRMANSON BROS. DAIRY I). K. LUNDBKRU * CO. LYONS LAU.VDERERS .t DRY CLEANERS c.rsrpi' FOOD MARKET M V K i J S BEAUTY STUDIO MONTGOMERY W A R D .V CO. THE MERKEL CO. MASON CITY BAKING CO. 1'AGE LUMBER CO. PALAIS ROYAL THOMPSON-DEAN CO. PEOPLES GAS ELEC. CO, ·I. C. PENNEY CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. W. If. POTTS, JEWELER RAY E. PKUSIA CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. MIER WOLF * SONS of America In*..

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