The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 4, 1945 · Page 9
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January 4, 1945

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

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i MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SOCIETY NEWS THURSDAY. JANUARY 4. 1945 McKinley Members to Attend Meeting on Code Revision ( McKinley P. T. A. board met at (the school Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L. J. Amling, president, in charge *£ the session. It was decided to hold no P. T. A. meeting in January. Members ·will attend the meeting next Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium when Mrs. Raymond Sayre will speak on school code revision. The attendance prize for January will be awarded to the room having the largest representation of parents at this meeting. The McKinley Parent Education "DOMT ftUt! POMT SCKUI! WIVE WALLS CLEAH!" Use FXECTRENE-- .{the amazingly easy liny to rosb paint. ft wails! ElEC- ", aPBENE removes I (tot, grease, and soot from wans taster than any old-style method ·you ever used! Bard on dirt, easy too bands . . . . and SO economical (Dry It, TODAY! V In 25e--SOc and 75c packages. group will meet Tuesday eveninc, Jan. 16. H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Dressed Up Shepherd's Pie Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie Buttered Spinach Cracked Wheat Bread Ginger Pears and Icebox Ginger Snaps (Recipes serve 4) Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie 2 cups leftover meat,, cut up or ground 1 tablespoon parsley, minced 1 cup stewed tomatoes % teaspoon salt V-i teaspoon pepper 2 cups sweet potatoes, mashed 1 tablespoon margarine Combine meat, parsley, tomatoes, salt and pepper and mix well. Pour into greased casserole. Top with mashed sweet potatoes and dot top with margarine. Bake at 400 degrees until top is brown (about 30 minutes). Ginger Pears 4 pears , 1 cup sugar 1,2 cup water J ,4 cup lime juice 1 teaspoon grated lime rind 1 teaspoon grated orange rind 1 teaspoon chopped ' preserved ginger 3 /4 cup orange juice Combine all ingredients except pears and bring slowly to the boiling point, stirring, until sugar has dissolved. Cook 5 minutes without stirring. Add peeled, halved and cored pears, cover and poach over very low heat for 20 minutes, or until pears are tender. Icebox Ginger Snaps Vz cup margarine % cup sugar J /2 cup molasses V 2 cup whole bran 2 cups sifted flour J ,4 teaspoon salt 1V5 teaspoons ginger 1 \k teaspoons cinnamon Hz teaspoons soda Cream shortening and sugar together thoroughly. Add molasses and bran and stir well. Sift together flour, soda, salt, ginger and cinnamon. Add dry ingredients to creamed mixture slowly, mixing together well. Knead and shape into roll about iy 2 inches in diameter. Wrap in waxed paper and store in icebox until firm. Slice very thin and bake on ungreased baking sheet at 357 degrees about 10 minutes. --o-Property improvement loans of $1,800,000,000 were granted to 4,500,000 owners during the pas' 10 years,-Federal Housing Administration says. . Caesar, Charlemagne and Napoleon all used the Saar valley as a highway to conquest. T h e r e ' s a Touch of Spring in t h e s e Put new color and d a s h i n y o u r l i f e w i t h a n eye-catching 100% wool suit.. You'll like its smart detailing and new stunning look.: Hie (Jur aL ayaway 3 SOUTH FEDERAL OSAGE BRIDE -- Ruth Elaine Myrtle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myrtle, became the bride of Robert James Hamman, U. S. N, reserve, at the Osage chapel Jan. 2. The Rev Herbert D. Wagner officiated. Organist was Mrs. George Wolf and Rosemary Wolf sang the nuptial music. Bridesmaid was Alice Hannon, maid of honor, Mrs. Max Gilbert, sister of the bride; flower girls, Clarissa Laudermilk and ringbearer, Sonny Williams. The bridegroom's two attendants were Alan and Lawrence Gilbert. The bride was a graduate from the Osage high school, has attended Iowa State Teachers college, and been a rural instructor for several years. She will continue her work for the present. They left for a 10 day trip after which they will be at home a short time until the end of his furlough, when he will report to Lido Beach, New York. Stevensons Continue to Bring You These Great Savings of Money Found in House Survives Buzz Bombs ·London, (U.R--When A. R. P. workers combed the debris of a house in southern E n g l a n d wrecked by a fly-bomb, it yielded a sizable sum in one-pound notes still well hidden. There were 600 o£ them, about $2,400, cached under the floor, stuffed into furniture, upholstery, even concealed behind the wallpaper. Some of the money was in unopened pay envelopes dating back to July, 1943. The owners ot the house, Mr and Mrs. Burdin, a middle-aged couple, were killed. 28 Cars Derailed in Illinois; Supplies Are Scattered About KlrkwooS. 111., (/P)--Shell casings,-beer, clover seed,- seed metal and other items were strewn about Wednesday when 28 cars of a Burlington railroad D i e s e l freight train were derailed here. Crossings in the town were blocked and about half the community was without electricity after.the derailed cars tore down electric light poles. No one was injured. Railroad officials said the' derailment probably was caused by a broken wheel or broken truck frame. The train was traveling west. 3600 SIZES 14-50 For a dependable frock, nothing can take the place o£ the shirtwaist dress. It's always neat and trim. Always ready to take on a change of accessories for a different loot. No. 3600 is cut in sizes 14, 16 18 20, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50. Size 36 requires 4M yards 39 inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Winter Fashion Book, containing 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages, all sizes and all occasions, is beautifully illustrated in full color. Price 15c a copy. 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