The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 11
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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 1 What Shall We Eat Gets New Answer . Miss Ann Klngsley to Provide Recipes at Cooking School That daily question, "What shall we eat?" is given many a new and exciting answer on the program of "Foods of the Hour," the big dramatic cooking school, to be presented by the Globe-Gazette at the high school auditorium beginning March 28. Miss Ann Kingsley, the lecturer, who is a member of the staff of the Na- fional Live Stock and Meat Board and one of the outstanding food authorities in the country, has had the average housewife who must plan daily meals for a family very much in mind as she went about planning her own "bill of fare" for this four-day cooking school. From all sections of the country Miss Kingsley has gathered a choice collection of recipes. There are novelties and old favorites, and among them are dishes for every purpose. If your problem is to find hearty dishes to satisfy keen appetites, you'll find many dishes to add to your list. If your family is small, there are dishes which can be cooked in lesser amounts. They Sound Good! One of tlte new dishes, easy to prepare in large or small amounts, is called a supper medley. This is an all-in-one dish meal in which bulk pork sausages and sliced raw potatoes are cooked together. Southern Corn Shortcakes--the corn is placed in the biscuit mixture, and creamed ham is poured over al!--is sure to be a winner in your family. Beef tongue, with grape jelly poured over it is something different for you to serve. Liver chop suey is another dish any family will find to their liking, and this is a good way of getting that essential food, liver, more often into the diet. Children and adults, too, need the iron which liver contains. Beans and 'Beef Beef patties Mexicano is a new, delicious way to prepare ground beef. Canned baked beans and ground beef are combined. This is a quick and easy dish. A French pork pie is another dish to add variety to your menu. Firms co-operating with the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring the cooking school are American- Crystal Sugar company, Blanchard's Jewelry, Clorox Chemical company, (Clorox), Currie-Van Ness company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Damon's Shoe department, Engler Drug company, Fruit Dispatch company, (bananas), Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., Iowa Tea company, J. c. Puth company, John Gallagher, Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse, Kenyon's Cheese Store, Klipto Loose Leaf company, La Choy Food Products, Inc., (La Choy Chinese Food Products), Lever Brothers company (Hinso), Lyons Cleaners; Launderers and Furriers; Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling company, Mier Wolf and Sons, National Bis- suit company (Shredded Wheat, Ritz and Premium Crackers), Northwest Savings Bank, People's Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, Pillsbury Flour Mills company, (Pillsbury Best Flour), Ralph S..Shepherd, S. S. Kresge company (25c to ?1 store), the Climalene company (Clima- lene), the Merkel company, Vance Music company and Western Grocer company. Works at Tripoli BRISTOW--Ella Mae Miller has gone to Tripoli where she has employment Featuring Friday Saturday! Easter COAT Event! Distinctive COLORS and Silhouettes! Individual DRESS! C A S U A L ! SPORTS! Every new Easter style swingback coats, yoke coafs, gored coats, princess coats, straightline coats, tuxedo coats, tucked coats'; · trapunta coats! Superb Mist Blue, Grapetone, Teal--tweeds, plaids^ navy, black! Easter SUIT Event! $24 95 SMART 3-PIECE A flattering topcoat over smart dressmaker suit that will carry you through Spring in grand.style! Marvelous tweed or shag-top coat over smart shetlands-- flawlessly tailored . . . unequalled in quality! JACKET DRESS A stunning wool jacket and d r e s s combination you'll practically live in t h i s S p r i n g ! The captivating dress is cleverly matched or contrasted with solid color, piaid or striped jacket! Ideal to wear separately! MAN-TAILORED It's smart to he mannish! These charming suits have wide shoulders, slim waists and draped fronts . , . and are masterfully tailored in durable gabardines . . . new Caroline stripes in navy, black or grey! Easter DRESS Event! Vivid Hues! Prints! Navies! Jacket Styles! Picture these Spring beauties! A gorgeous bolero dress in Capri Blue--an individual jacket frock in Aqua or Mauve--a charming cape model in Rose--a gay print creation with separate navy redingote--and countless other superb styles! AH unexcelled values!. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 'o Be Married Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lyke, living west of Plymouth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Winnie Lorene, to Ronald McGill of Mason City. The couple will be married at the home o£ the bride's parents, March 26. Officers of D. A. R. nstalled at Close f 3 Day Convention DES MOINES, #)--Installation f officers concluded the three- ay convention of the Iowa soci- ty, Daughters of the American devolution. Officers installed inluded: Mrs. T. B. Throckmorton, ~es Moines, vice regent; Mrs. A. [. Avery, Spencer, corresponding scretary; Mrs. E. J. Scolfield, 'sage, treasurer; Mrs. Raymond '. Ink, Mount Vernon, historian nd Mrs.. A. S. Elder, Sioux City, igistrar. tRS. BOHNSAClTlS HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Hans Kofoot and Miss Ila .onergan entertained at a birth- ay party honoring Mrs. Walter Bohnsack at her home, 1643 Delaware avenue northeast, Wednes- ay. Guests were Mmes. C a r ! Seiderman, Will Parson, Irene Vasheim, Walter Muhlstein, Will upstoBe Presented , to Winners Hobby Show Ribbons Awarded by Judges to Girls at Y. W. Ten cups will be presented to winners in the girls hobby show at the Y. W. C. A. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The exhibits lave been judged and ribbons lave been awarded to hobbies meriting first, second or thirc place. Displays of the hobbies are rrranged f6r the public and may be seen Friday and Saturday. In the nature section, firsts were won by Catherine Pauley Joan Andrick, 3, Ruth Pauley second, and third, Georgia Ludeman, in the senior division; firsts Wary . Henernan, Mary Farmakis Shirley Whitney, Lois Davidson 2, Barbara Hawkins and Mary Lewis, second, Shirley Easley third, Jane.Davis, in. the junior division. Religious Studies Religious studies winners were Katherine Colloton and Mercedes Balek, both firsts. Ribbons in tin foods division went to Martha Pauley, 5, and Joyce Baumgartner, firsts, Martha Pauley, 3, anc Marjorie Schultz, seconds, Marth; Pauley, Margaret Wilson anc Betty Martin, third. In the senior division of the ar section, firsts went to Nelda Thomas, Frances Beyer, 2, ant Huth Pauley, seconds to El am Garms, Nelda Thomas, Phylli McGraiv and Frances Beyer, ant thirds to Frances Beyer and Mar cella Lindsey. Junior ribbon win ners were Dorothy DeSomery Virginia Barlow, 2, firsts, Marian Levinson and Janet McGregor seconds, and Virginia Barlow third. Handicraft Ribbons Handicraft w i n n e r s w e r e Phyllis McCraw, Leona Thomas 7, Eileen Bryant, LaVonne Brack en, 4, Hope Ann Hea, firsts; Phylli McGraw, 2, Eileen Brane, Leona Thomas, 3, LaVonne Bracken, A seconds, and Eileen Bryant an( LaVonne Bracken, thirds. Winners in the doll class in eluded Mario O'Leary, 2, Joy Farrer, 4, Catherine Pauley, 5 Betty Sinnott, 2, firsts; Catherin Pauley, 2, Ann Strickland, Bettj Sinnott, 3, Joan Valentine, Peggy Scheef, Geraldine Farrer, Mari O'Leary, 2, Joy Farrer, seconds Joan Valentine, 2, Betty Sinnott Ann Strickland, 2, Geraldine Far rer, Helen Rollefson, thirds. In Needlecraft The needlecraft winners com prise Helen Edgington, Eilee Bryant, Leona Thomas, Virgin! Manning, Miriam Evans and Mar Joyce Marshall, firsts, Eilee Bryant, 3, seconds, Eileen Bryan and Helen Edgington, 2. thirds. Stamp winners were Mary Lewi two firsts, Mary Wright, two sec onds 'and Helen Rollefson, third In the coin division, Shirley Far rer got two firsts, Geraldine Far rer, one first and Mary Farmaki; second. Notebook winners were Hele May Luse, Irene Sullivan, Joyc Baumgartner, Annabell Halt, Dor othy Shinn, Arlene Garner, Hut Ann Jones, Anna Graff, Alic Loomis, Marjorie Strand, Georgi Ludeman, firsts, Irene Sullivan Mary Farmakis, Mary Allbei seconds, LaVonne Bracken, thin Collective HoWy In the collective hobby clas firsts went to Alice Loomis, Jac .queline Hotchkiss, Judith John son, Alice Boyce and Hope An Hea, seniors, Mary Farmaki Phyllis Jones, Lois Davidson Marlys Mallo, Cynthia Weslon Virginia Igou, Barbara Decke Virginia Barlow, Ruth Ann Jone. Marjorie Stam, Jane McGrav, Mary Joyce Marshall, firsts, Mar ilyn Frohm, Anita Bruns. Joa Valentine, Lorraine Tobsing Katherine Amling, Maxine Dillo seconds, Shirley Easley, Ri; Decker, thirds. Creative writing awards wen to Janice Catherine Janson, Alic Eoyce and Phyllis Jones, first and Phyllis Jones and Betty Len seconds. Ardith Probert won first in the family hobbies grou Catherine Pauley and Mary Far makis, firsts in the music scrap book class, and Miriam Evans first for puppets. On Business Trip LONEROCK--Hugh Walsh has gone to Chicago on business. He also will visit his mother, Mrs. Anna Walsh, and other relatives. Viola and Harlan Hutchinson have arrived from Iowa State college at Ames for ppring vacation at the parental A. H. Hutchinson home. Muhlstein, Fred Bohnsack, Joe Lepley, John Brunstein, Kenneth Belseth and Mr. and Mrs. Don RUter and Chester Ebbers. Five Hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. Walter Muhlstein and Mr. Hitter, high, and Mrs. Will Muhlstein and Walter Bohnsack, low. A gift was presented to Mrs. Bohnsack and refreshments were served. ---o-Grand Army Day to Be Observed by D. of V. Council members o£ the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War will sponsor a card party Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the P. G. and E. auditorium. On Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock, at the 40 and 8 clubrooms the Daughters will have -initiation and installation o£ officers. Plans are being made to celebrate Grand Army day with a program to be given at the P. G. and E. on Friday evening, April 6. April 8 will be the annual tag day and April 9, Appomatox day. WHAT FUVOft THIS lirtOHS TEA HAS \ SMOOTH, RICH, MELLOW!-IT'S GOT UFT.TOO. SURE PUTS HEART INTO A MAN ! OF COURSE, DAD! CMiy ABOUT THAT UPTON FIAVOR. AND UPTON'S COSTS LESS THAN HALF A CENT A CUP! "LJERE'S why Lipton's is Amer- ·"· ·*· ica'i largest-selling tea: 1. 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