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March 16, 1939

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH Ifi 1939 9 ST. PATRICK'S DAY RECIPES SUGGESTED FOR HOLIDAY Instruction School Will Be March 29 Coming Activities Planned by Order of Rainbow for Girls Mason City Rainbow girls met Wednesday evening at the Masonic temple with Maxine Hull, worthy advisor, presiding. The petition of Margaret Hall was balloted on and the petitions o£ Jean Manuel, Norma Thompson, Velma Hockenberry, Jean Hae Keister and Geneva Williams were presented. Plans were made for the annual PAINFUL CORNS GO Remaned bjr New Iodine Discmcrr Relief in Secandf or Money Back IOD-1SE, th6 liMr Iodine dlacoiery, ends all joreseH aod pain lo geccndx. Jiat wet corn or callous with IOD.ISE. Ther dry up. loosen, shortly jou remoTa the palnlul grtnrth, txKt and all. Ko cutunir. Ho JUlce Ka discomfort lOD-lsr u jjsfe, inttopUc. ilmpli to use. Get » 3Se bottle at your drusgUt today and cufftr £3 loajtr. Satisfaction or conay back. JI-ci/i ·! Entler Drur Ce. school of instruction to be held March 29 at the Masonic temple to which all Eastern Stars and Masons are invited. Mrs. Ethel Ballard of West Union will act as supreme instructor. A 6 o'clock dinner will be served before the evening session. A practice will be held March 19 at which final plans will be made. The members of the local order will attend services in a body at a Mason City church April 16. The girls are planning to sponsor a card party early in April and each girl is responsible £or one table. Arrangements were made for a "traveling basket" for the members. A "pound" shower to which each girl will bring a pound of food will be held for the relief office in Mason City. The singing of "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" and the grand exit march concluded the meeting. Guests were Mrs. A. C. Kluck, Mrs. Joe Woolworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clapper and A. R. Lenz. --.0-Returns to Dougherty DOUGHERTY--Mrs. Margaret Solberg returned to her home here after visiting at the home of hei sister, Mrs. Mary Comerford, in Minneapolis. Mrs. Comerford accompanied her home lor a visit. H elping the omemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEOKGE Featuring Spring Foods Breakfast Chilled Orange Juice Scrambled Eggs Buttermilk Waffles Maple Syrup Coffee Luncheon Potato Salad, Spring Style Bread Apple Sauce Sugar Cookies Tea Dinner Clam Chowder Wafers Poached Eggs and Spinach Au Gratin Bran Muffins Butter Lemon Pie Coffee Buttermilk Waffles (Sour Milk May Be used) 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon soda 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 2-3 teaspoon salt 2 eggs yolks iy cup buttermilk 2 egg whites, beaten 1-3 cup fat, melted Mix together the flour, baking powder, soda_, sugar and'salt. Adc yolks and milk. Beat until smooth Special Spring COAT EVENT Distinctive New Flattering DRESSY Models! SPORTS Styles! Causual Coats! Spectator Types! Marvelbiis" new colors--superb 'Grape- tone . . . exquisite Teal . . . gorgeous Mist Blue . . .bright new tweeds . , . sporty plaids! Popular navies and blacks! Flattering- swing silhouettes ... boxy straig-htline styles handsome fitted reefers! Unequalled Values--Tomorrow! SUITS are All the Rage! 3-PIECE COSTUME [ The superb practical coat . . . the' stunning fitted jacket . . . the new flaring skirt--make the ideal outfit! Choicest shetinnds with stunning tweed or shag-top coats! $24 95 ^Smart wool jacket over cleverly I styled dress! Colorful stripes . I bold plaids . . . new solid colors! I Jacket can be worn separately! MAN-TAILORED 'Wide shoulders . . . snug waists' and one-button closings! Smart gabardines in new Spring colors- superb Caroline stripes in navy, black or grey--all skillfully tail- wred. · Individual DRESSES Bolero Styles! Cape Models! Jacket Types! Redingotes! Each a fashion first for Spring! Enchanting Capri Blue, smart Aqua, new Rose tones, beautiful Japonica, gorgeous Mint! Charming cape styles in rich blendings! Captivating navy jacket models! Clever bolero creations with graceful pleated skirts! Gay print dresses with contrasting redingotes! Save 50% On jj Winter COATS 19 95 Tremendous reductions-buy now for next season! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL nd creamy in texture. Fold in est of ingredients. "Bake" on hot vaffle iron. Potato Salad, Spring Style 2 cups diced cooked new pota- oes 2 hard-cooked eggs, diced V'2 cup diced celei-y 1-3 cup cooked peas , '/i cup cooked carrots 2 tablespoons chopped pimien- os 2 tablespoons minced onions 2 tablespoons minced parsley 2-3 teaspoon salt 1-3 teaspoon paprika % cup salad dressing Mix and chill'ingredients. Serve n a bowl of crisp salad greens and pass more dressing. Poached Eggs And Spinach Au Gratin 2 cups cooked spinach Vi teaspoon salt VB teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons butter 6 eggs 1-3 cup grated cheese 1-3 cup crumbs Mix spinach with salt, paprika and butter. Fill buttered baking dishes. Make indentations with back of spoon and place one egg in each "hole." Cover gently with cheese and crumbs. Bake for 15 minutes in a moderate oven. Social Calendar LET ENTERTAINING BE IN MANNER OF ERIN Mrs. Reeves, Globe-Gazette Food Editor, Offers Variety of Ideas for Parties on Irish Saint's Day Everyone celebrates St. Patrick's day whether he's entitled to or lot. It comes just at the time of year when a holiday is needed. Mrs. Reeves, the Globe-Gazette's food editor, observes it with a collection of Hibernian recipes for you. You'Ji find a St. Patrick's day party much to be desired after reading over her suggestions. SPEAKIRGSFOODS R E E V E S by LUCY "Saint Patrick's day in the morning!" Saint Patrick is credited with being a nice, jolly, old man who drove the snakes out of Ireland. If for no other reason we should do something to honor mixture of creem cheese, minced parsley and grated onion. Cottage cheese may be used if preferred. Place the center portion of the bread on this and spread with a mixture of cream cheese, finely chopped celery, pecans and green pepper moistened with mayonnaise. Cover with the top slice of the bread. Put a few tablespoons of the plain cheese in the center. From a green pepper cut three petals and arrange on top as a garnish. Surround the sandwich loaf with cole slaw made with pineapple. When serving, use a very sharp knife and cut in thin, wedge shaped pieces. This is the rice mold used in the first luncheon menu. Rice Mold Combine two tablespoons of him. The decorations are so easily THURSDAY Wesley Methodist church-6:30 o'clock, church, coverec dish supper lor families ant friends. Lepion Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. Women of the Jfoose-- 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. B. I. W. club-7:30 o'clock, Miss Mabel Sucher 422 Delaware avenue northeast party. P. G. and E. Employes club-8 o'clock, P. G. E. auditorium, St. Monica's circle-8 o'clock, Mrs. Barbara Chees man, 511 Fifth street southwest. C. O, T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Fhilathea class-10:30 o'clock, Mrs. Genevieve Slagle, 11 Connecticut avenue northwest. t. James Ladies aid-2 o'clock, circle 2, Mrs. V. A. Stoltenberg, H. R. 3; circle 3, Mrs. W. F. Beilfuss, 612 Carolina avenue southeast. idelily Life -Juveniles-3:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., St. Patrick's party, for all members. :ill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Donnell. regressive club-Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bauer. t. Cecelia circle-8 o'clock, St. Joseph's hall. t. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Peterson, 1006 P e n n s y l v a n i a avenue northeast, Mrs. F. C. Cotton, hostess. 'uckabafchee class-1 o'clock, Mrs. F. A. Stephenson, 87 River Heights drive, Mmes. Ralph Tremaine, J. W. Snyder, Alf Nelson, C. A. Wiest, assisting. Congregational Women's ffuilc 1:15 o'clock, church, Mrs. Roe Thompson, devotions, Mrs. C. L. Gleason, lesson on "Congregational Iowa." Baptist Mission circle-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. William Schrader, hostess. Trinity Cooking school-Postponed to March 21. Wilson V. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, music by Cheesman trio, Mrs. W. A. Peterson, speaker. Kocsevclt-Jackson P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, R. B. Irons speaker. Pleasant Ride club-Mr. and Mrs. William Poppen. Jefferson P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, h o b b y show. flfarvesters group-8 o'clock, Mrs. Sidney Snell, 525 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Mrs. Francis Peterson, assisting. Little Theater-8 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium. Queen Rcbckahs-- 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. H. G~Steege, Miller, Is Honored MILLER--About 30 friends an neighbors surprised Mrs. H. J Steege at her home Friday after noon. The gathering was in ob servance of her fifty-fifth birth day. The afternoon was spent i playing Chinese Checkers. A gift of silver was presented Mrs. Steege by Miss Beulah Palmer on behalf of the group. Regular Meeting of Lakota Legion Held LAKOTA--The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary met on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Ukena. After the regular meeting, plans were made for the quarterly meeting to be held here on Tuesday afternoon, April 11. decided upon. Spring flowers in a green bowl and green candles are as appropriate as any thing, with little shamrocks in tiny green pots as favors. Let the menu be rather simple, no matter when the party. A bridge luncheon or a buffet supper are either one easily planned. A St. Patrick's Buffet Assorted Canapes Shamrock Salad Parsley Potato Salad Assorted Cold Meats Pistachio Ice Cream Chocolate Sauce Erin Cake half o£ the mixture to another bowl and from it make pistachio frosting. Add to the butter frosting a small amount of green coloring and three-fourths cup of chopped pistachio nut meats. A Saint Patrick's Bridge Luncheon Cream of Green Pea Soup Hice Mold Creamed Sea Food Coffee Mint Punch For the assorted canapes: Cut bread in one-third inch slices, ben in rounds, diamonds, squares, trips or other desired shapes. Toast in one side and spread fillings on mtoasted side. First spread with butter or mayonnaise, then with eats, fish or vegetables. Dif- erent fillings: Minced ham, mus- ard, pickle relish and sliced ol- ves; tuna, mayonnaise, mustard, alt and relish; cheese, (Roquefort and cream, mixed), stuffed olives; caviar, finely-minced p i c k l e d tions. Shamrock Salad Prepare some lime gelatine or use plain unflavored gelatine add- ng a bit of green vegetable color- ng. Add one-half teaspoon salt, a few grains of white pepper, one- eighth cup vinegar, two tablespoons lemon juice and one cup iinely diced raw carrots. Pour in:o a shallow pan and chill until firm; turn out on a board and cut nto shamrock shaped pieces with a cooky cutter, remove to a salad ulate with a pancake turner. Have the salad plate covered with :he curly edges of leaves of Chinese cabbage or lettuce, as a background for the salad. A thin slice of almond-stuffed green olive decorates each leaf of the shamrock. Erin Cake Sift cake flour and measure three cups, add three teaspoons baking powder, one-half teaspoon salt and sift together three times. Cream two-thirds cup butter or other shortening and add gradually two cups sugar, creaming until light and fluffy. Add the flour mixture alternately with one cup of milk to which has been added one-half teaspoon vanilla and one- half teaspoon almond extract. Fold in the whites of five eggs, beaten stiff. Bake in three well greased nine inch pans for about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool and spread pistachio frosting between the layers, taking care that it does not come over the edges. Cover the top and sides with butter frosting. Place a fringe of cocoanut about one and one-half inches wide around the edge of the cake and a sprinkling in the center of the top. Arrange small, green candies at regular intervals on the inner edge of the cocoanut and in the center, Butter Frosting Sift three cups confectioners sugar and into it cream three tablespoons butter. Add one- fourth teaspoon salt and one-half teaspoon each of vanilla and almond extract. Remove about one- St. Patrick's Bread Chocolate Mint Ice Box Cake Coffee Cream of Green Tea Soup Here is a recipe large enough for a soup tureen. Open four cans of peas (No. 2) and pour the entire contents into a large sauce pan, add a medium onion sliced and four frankfurters cut in pieces. Simmer for about half an hour; press through a sieve. In the mean time prepare two quarts of thin white sauce made of milk thickened with one-half cup flour and one-half cup butter. Combine two mixtures and heat to boiling point over hot water. Season well with salt and pepper. Pour into hot tureen and garnish with thin slices of frankfurter. St. Patrick's Bread Mix and sift together two cups flour, five teaspoons baking powder, one-half teaspoon salt and one tablespoon sugar. Cut in with a knife or a pastry blender, four tablespoons butter. Add three-fourths cup milk to make a soft dough, then add one- half, tablespoon caraway seed, one-half cup currants and one- half cup seeded raisins. Bake in a well greased skillet for about one-half hour at 350 degrees. Decorate with shamrock or St. Patrick favors. Cut in wedge shaped pieces. For any kind of n buffet service try a sandwich loaf. Cottage Sandwich t-oaf This loaf has many possibilities so use your own ingenuity--this recipe is only a suggestion. Buy a flat, round, loaf of bread. Cut the loaf twice horizontally. Place the bottom portion on a large, round plate. Spread generously with a ..AND I USED TO BE SUCH A SAUSAGE IN THiS DRESS Look at the Fat I've Lost! Now you can slim down your face and figure Without strict dictinR or tack-brenk- 'u\K PJtcrcisca. J u s t pat SMr-nsihly tint! take I J l n r m o l a Tablels a day, nccnrilinff to th« directions. M a r m o t a Tablr-ts havp tn-en so!J lo the public for more thnn t h i r t y years. M o r e than twenty million foxes have been rfistrib- uted during thnt period. Marmola is not intended as a cure-all (or all ailments. This advcrtisemtnt is Intended only for fat persons T?ho nre normal and henltiiy otherwise and whose fatnc.is is caused hy n reduction in the accretion from the thy rod! clam! (roTo-thyroidiHTn) with nccompnnyinir sulmormnl melaliolic ratci No nlhcr re|ircscnlntion is rondo ns to this tti-ntmrnt. t-xccpt uniter thejc conditions and Acrordin^ to the ifosaK^ us recommended. U e i!f not make nny (Hucnosi* n* trint i* thp iimel'wn fit your physician, who mu«t be conmiUrd f"r that purpose. The formnln is inclined ]n fvfry r-nrkare. Start with Marmola, today and win lh« ulcnder lovely fitnire that u rightfully yours. llmfrnjs Demonstrations Saturday COME AND SAMPLE THESE PRODUCTS Special Thuringer Sausage -- not too Spicy but just right Wine Cured Dill Pickles--A very different treatment f o r this tasty Cucumber .... Green County Swiss Cheese--Large eye-very mild. Your whole family will like it Dodge County Brick Cheese--Real old fashioned kind, with plenty of flavor. Only ". NEW RULE ^ BUILDING ib. 290 ql. ib. MASON CITY, IOWA chopped green pepper, two tablespoons minced parsley, one tablespoon grated onion and three cups cooked rice. Add one-half cup milk and two eggs well beaten. Season well with salt and pepper. Turn into a well greased ring mold, place the mold in a pan of hot water and bake in a moderate oven about 350 degrees for an hour and a quarter. Unmold on a large platter, arrange hot asparagus tips around it and fill the center with creamed crab meat. Band Members Guests KLEMME--Guests at the Nels Back home Friday were Don Roth and members of his electric band from Cedar Rapids including Frank Voelker, blind organist o£ WMT, Maxine Wenke, Bob Zila, Tony Dorvak, John Getty and "Butch" Johnson. ISN'T IT WOMDERFUL! THE 1940 RINSO GIVES EVEN MORE SUDS NOW. IN OUR HARD ) WATER. AND SEE HOW IT / CHASES GREASE FROM DISHES J HURRAY--THEY'VE PUT A MARVELOUS NEW "SUDS-BOOSTER" IN NEW 1940 RINSO New 1940 Rinso here a year ahead of time... with new "suds-booster" -- at no extra cost to you.' T HE New 1940 Rinso gives richer suds that gee rid of gre rease from dishes ina jiffy. give dishes a quick soaking ... a swish with the dish mop . . . then rinse and they're ready to dry sparkling clean! Pots and pans are just as easy to do. Put rhem to soak in hot Rinso suds -- and forget about them! After dinnet you'll find they only need a quick swish, the same as ths dishes. And because the New 1940 Rinso gives more sudj it-, ma am «**»«,/. Try it! THE »OX IS THi ^ REGULAR, LARGE, OlANT^* · r *' on one of our ELGIN W A T C H E S ! ELGIN' 1 sary" f/alches--full $24.75 valuu--for only $19.75. TbcroarellhcatiufulmodeU formcn and women to choose from--all smart, modern, accurate. Af ler March 18, the EI.CI.V fr AnmvTsary" price goes up to $2-1.75. So act now, anil save ?5.00. $1.00 Down Pay the Balance On Our Easy Credit Terms 3 West State

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