Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 24, 1944 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1944
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ew BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Herve A. Towner, 108 On- ideh drive, has returned from an extended visit with relatives and friends in Minneapolis and Winona, Minn. BROWNING SOCIETY TO MEET SATURDAY' Browning society will meet for dinner Saturday evening at 6 o'clock at the Adams home 680 East State, with Mrs. Lee Bailey and Miss Lydia Barrette as hostesses. BERYL GROVE HOLDS MEETING Woodmen Circle, Beryl Grove No. 135 met with Mrs. H. G. Cornstock, 1422 North Federal, Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Bingham was a guest. At the close of the after, noon, refreshments were served. :The next meeting will be with ;Mrs. W. M. Buck. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings II RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 ·us, Seasonings Make Ve CHIC--Ldsetl« Vera, musical comedy, actress, wears a chic millinery arrangement composed of fluffed maline and a heart-shaped flower cluster. 2 COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court to Carroll Anderson. 24, Northwood, and Mary Jeanette Johnson, 20, Mason City, and to Lewis A. Meyers legal, Thornton, and Eva Prest- holt, legal, Clear Lake. The farthest advance of the Germans into Russia encompassed roughly one-sixteenth of all the Soviet Union's territory. H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Chicken Fat Saves Points (Point-rationed Items are starred) Browned Beef Liver Creamed Onions Whole Wheat Bread Tossed' Green Salad Sliced Oranges Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Frosting Coffee .(Recipes Serve Four) ^Chocolate Cake 4 tablespoons chicken fat *2 tablespoons margarine or other shotening 1 cup sugar Vt cup cocoa 1 egg 1/3 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1% cups flour li teaspoon soda 1 cup buttermilk or sour milk Cream fat and shotening until soft. Add sugar and beat until creamy. Add rest of ingredients and beat a minute. Bake 30 min- ules. in shallow pan fitted with ·heavy waxed paper, in moderate oven. Cool and frost. --o-Prey on Poultry Pryor, Okla., U.R)--Farmers near this city are powerless to stop continued attacks by wolves upon then- poultry flocks, due to the shortage of ammunition. A special appeal to the wai- production board has been made by county officials to get a grant of additional rifle shells HOME CANNED SUPPLY MEETS WINTER NEED with rednes f - h' Pa n, th f ^ rS S ° me su ^ esti °ns along these lines wim lecipes foi beans with cheese, corn fritters, scalloped spinach apple-turnip whip, grcen.beans in onion sauce, creamed vegetables in toast shells savory vegetable lamb stew, soV bean casserole glazed ' SPCAKINGFOODS i REEVES by LUCV Suggestions for the use of canned * or stored foods to keep meals wcl balanced and pleasing to eacl member of the family are accept able to most of us as homemaker who do our own planning and cooking. Let us be sure to remember tha to meet nutritional requirement! a family needs at least 2 servin" of vegetables each day, one raw or leafy, in addition to potatoes Two servings of fruit is also ad vise.d. These foods may be from your nice supply of home canned vegetables and fruit, as well as from the stored and commercial!.) frozen ones. (Boil all non-aci vegetables, home canned, tha coc, s to m E A C H vy -LILAC · RED · BLUE · GOLD · BROWN ALSO FULL-LENGTH SPRING CASUALS ««· CHESTERFIELDS «' 29.95 3 SOUTH FEDERAL were not canned in p r e s s u r e cooker.) Tomato and Sauerkraut Cocktail Use equal parts of each juice and chill thoroughly before using. Beans With Cheese Arrange 2 cups canned beans in buttered casserole. Season with salt and Vi teaspoon sugar. Add V\ cup grated cheese, 3 tablespoons butter, % cup top milk and 2 tablespoons onion. Mix well together. Sprinkle with buttered crumbs and grated cheese. To serve with your Sunday chicken. Corn Fritters 2 cups canned corn 1 teaspoon salt 1 egg 1 teaspoon, sugar 2 teaspoons melted fat % cup milk 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Chop the corn and -add salt sugar, well-beaten egg, melted fat, milk, flour and baking powder. Drop by tablespoons in deep fat and fry 2 to 3 minutes. Scalloped Spinach 2 cups canned spinach 2 tablespoons minced onion \k teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon pepper ' 1 egg, slightly beaten J /2 cup milk ',:· cup buttered bread crumbs Combine spinach, onion, salt and pepper. Combine egg and milk, add to spinach. Top with buttered crumbs. Bake in a hot oven 450 degrees for 15 minutes or until "crumbs brown. Apple-Turnip Whip 1 large"yellow turnip 1 cup canned (or fresh) unsweetened apple sauce ',2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons butter Peel and slice turnip. Cook in boiling water until tender. Drain and mash. Combine with other ingredients. Whip until light. Green Beans in Oni»n Sauce 2 cups canned green beans % cup minced onion 1 cup medium white sauce Cook onion in butter for 5 minutes before adding flour. Stir well add milk for white sauce. Combine while sauce and beans, heat thoroughly. Creamed Vegetables In Toast Shells 6 thin slices bread Melted butter. 2% cups medium white sauce 1 cup cooked or canned diced carrots l 1 ,^ cups canned peas I'.i cups green beans Remove crusts from bread, press each slice into a section of deep muffin pan. Brush with melted butter. Bake at 375 degrees 15 minutes or .until golden brown. Hemove from pan. Combine white sauce and vegetables, serve in toast shells. Savory Veifetabl«-Lamb Stew 2 pounds Iamb neck slices 2 tablespoons fat 1 cup water ] ii teaspoon pepper 3 medium onions, peeled 3 potatoes, peeled 6 small carrots 2 largo stalks celery Brown lamb slices in hot fat Add water and seasonings. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. Add onions and length wise strips oC carrots and potatoes. Continue to simmer 20 minutes. Then add celery, cut in 3-inch pieces and simmer 15 minutes. Seasoning- Vegetables Green ana navy beans, rice ima beans, dried peas and corn lominy, potatoes arid onions may be seasoned with meat drippings. Soy Bean Casserole 'i cup diced salt pork 2 cups chopped celery 2 tablespoons chopped Teen Pepper 6 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk 1 tablespoons salt 2 cups cooked soy beans- chopped 1 pup buttered corn flakes Brown meat in frying pan. Add he celery, onion and green pep- er, and saute for about 5 min- ites. Add thickening made from he flour, milk and salt, and stir until it'starts to boil. Stir in the ooked beans, and pour the mix- ure into a greased baking dish, -over with the buttered corn lakes. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Glazed Carrots 6 carrots 1 teaspoon lemon juice 3 tablespoons sugar li cup wnter 'i teaspoon sjlt 1 tablespoon butter Scrape carrots, cut in length- vise strips. Add remaining ingred- ients. Cover, cook over low heat until carrots are tender and glazed. (Serve with your chicken and corn fritters.) East Indian Succotash 2 cups canned peas 1 Vj cups canned corn ' 2 tablespoons butter 'A teaspoon curry powder. Combine peas and corn. Melt butter or margarine. Blend in curry powder. Pour over vegetables, mix well and reheat. Canned corn with a dash of nutmeg and spinach with a little vinegar added may give a new ap- --o-Book of the Week at Library learned by Joyce Abbott Joyce Abbott, 633 Jefferson S. W. a senior in the high school, was the young person awarded the i 1 . 01 TM 1 ' °' having her review name the book of the week posted Tues- day evening. The book is "Imperial Incense" by Princess Der Ling Miss Dixie Willson's review oii ' Journey Into America" by Donald Culross Peattie will bring that book now readers. Since in her patriotic program for the Woman's club she told several stories from Thursday, Feb. 21, 1SH 11 MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE that volume. Ihe people who heart! her will have an idea ot its flavor ;md will wish to read it in its entirety. Some people also may wish to read more of Hal Borland's work after hearing W. Earl Hall read "The Endless Columns March." 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