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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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MARCH 25 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Harold Anderson Is Elected New Captain of Cagers at Lake CLEAR LAKE, March 25.--Harold Anderson, junior in the 1 oca! high school, 1 has been elected to the captaincy of Che 1931-1932 basketball team. The past year Anderson has played guard arid' center, alternating ^vith Vernon, Hanna and G -lock. The entire first team will be grad- uated this year with the exception of Robert Bigg. All of' the reserve men will return with the exception of Benters. Roger Felland, Small Boy at Scarville, Succumbs SCARVILLE, March 25.--Roger, small son of Mrs. Martha Felland, died Monday night. He had been ill for some time with pneumonia. Funeral arrangements are not completed. Mark Twain Breakfasted at 3 :P. mj T^BTHEN Mark Twain, the American humorist, lived 7 T in New York, lie used to wander out of his house on Ninth Street nnd Fifth Avenue at mid-afternoon for Ms BREAKFAST. This he ate in a certain French hotel nearby which is even now a gathering place for epicures. Its dining room, still becurtained in Nottingham lace, lias looked out over the avenue for more than 80 years. Not long ago I, too, had .breakfast there--but not at 3 in the afternoon!'And, my dear good reader, if the immortal Mark Twain had' ever eaten such pineapple fritters and bacon, I don't believe he would ever iiave waited so long for them. Those slivers of pineapple simply swooned in a delicate batter fried to a honey- brown crunchmess. I've found the recipe for you. You can deep-fry them- in the French fashion, in your own apartment for Sunday morning breakfast;' if you like. Crisco is so fresh- tasting and non-smoking that no frying odors ever linger around to offend early afternoon guests They can 4e used; too, as an accompaniment for other meat courses ·«£ci?i@$3ior^2xea]svCHC as^v*les5erHy themselves I WjgS*^ fruit than pineapple can be substituted 1 in the batter I'm giving you but I wouldn't risk substituting .another fat. For Crisco is the only fat I know of that allows the real flavor,of any food cooked with it, or in it, to assert its individuality. If you taste'Crisco, yourself, just as it comes from the can, you can readily see how a fat so fresh flavored will preserve'the delicacy of your most subtle foods. . . WINIFRED s. CARTEH PINEAPPLE FRITTERS T cup flour . · ^ CU p pj nca pp] c juice 1J^ teaspoons baking powder ' 1 tablespoon'melted Crisco 4 $£ cups canned pineapple Jj teaspoon salt cut in slivers · · T. . 1 egg (beaten) '. ·_· ' · · 1 teaspoon lemon juice Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Add pineapple juice, lemon juice, well-beaten egg and Cnsco. Mix: we]]. Then stir in pineapple. Drop by tablespoonfuls into deep hot Crisco (380° to 376° P; or when inch cube of-bread browns in 00 stfconds). Fry to golden hro\vn (about B minutes). Drain on unglazed paper. Dust with powdered sugar to serve as dessert. Serve plain with meat, ' , SUNDAY SUPPER CREAMED EGGS G hard cooked eggs .0 slices of toast Save out 2 egg yolks. Slice remainder of eggs thin ; nnd add gently to tliis cream sauce (mixTvell 2 tablespoons Crisco with 2 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt, % teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon chopped onion. Then add gradually 2 cups hot milk and stir over a slow Ere. Cook till thick. Then add 1 tablespoon chopped parsley)..Arrange toast on hot platter. Pour creamed eggs over toast. Press 2 egg yolks through a sieve and sprinkle over top for a garnish. ALL MEASUREMENTS 'LEVEL. Kecipes tested and ap- proi vcd by Good Ho usekeeping Institute. Crisco is tie registered trade-mark of a shortening manufactured by The Procter .. Gamble Co. " " , CISM, Taste Crisco---then any other shortening. Crisco's sweet, fresh flavor will tell you why things made with Crisco taste so much better. CAKES pir.9 BISCUITS C O O K I E S F R I E D FOODS : fit -its tieir airtight can--us fresh [fin it stecet afi lltfrttatj it if as made Clear Lake Globe^Gazette HELEN HBNUUICKS News KJditor Residence Phone S40W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEWIOGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence 1'hone 67 Summer Activities Will Be Discussed by Club Location of Site for · State' l Veterans' Hospital Is Being Sought, (j CLEAR LAKE, March 25.--Just what type of entertainment Clear Lake will have to offer its summer visitors, vacationers and tourists during the 1931 season largely depends on the outcome of the annual Commercial club banquet to be held Thursday night at the Silshy restaurant. The dinner will-be served without charge-to all members of the club at 6:30 o'clock. The Lion Teasers directed by Frances White will play during the dinner hour. Standing committees which were appointed, by.the president, Sam Kennedy, Jr., will have met at a previous meetingr and will give a brief outline of the work expected to be accomplished. Especial attention will be given to the band, convention, Fourth of July and advertising committees, which, need to function early in the season. ' F. C. Goodman, Mason City, will give a talk on the preservation of the fish and game on Clear Lake. He is a past president of the Izaak Walten league of this country. A suitable location for the Iowa Veterans' hospital which will meet the requirements of the government will-be discussed. An effort made by the Clear Lake, clubs to sway the erection of such a hospital in this vicinity. A tract of land containing 150 to 200 acres' of rolling fertile .soil and a wooded area near a densely populated center,' overlooking a view of the surrounding country, is preferred by the government. It must be accessible to lights, gas, water and sewer, located on a paved highway near -a. railroad so that trackage would be available to the hospital buildings. CLEAR' LAKE BRIEFS Boy Scouts to Hold Court of Honor in Clear Lake Church CLEAR LAKE, March 25.-Court of honor for' the Boy Scouts of .the fifth districf'will be held Friday night at the Congregational church at 7:30 o'clock. Court of Honor is held in Clear Lake about once a year, altho such meetings are held at intervals of every six weeks. A large number of Clear Lake scouts passed the board of review held Monday night for first ana second class awards. The Rev. Jewel Pickett, .Mason-City, will be the speaker of the evening. Dr. A. Joslyn is chairman of the fifth district court of honor. Persons interested , in scouting are invited by the committee to attend this ceremonial meeting. Clear Lake Man Now v Wyoming Sheep Raiser CLEAR LAKE, March 25.--J. L. Fackler arrived in Clear Lake this week from Douglas, Wyo., where he has spent the past year. He plans to remain here only a short time transacting business before he returns to the west. Mr. and Mrs. Fackler live in the mountains at the southern edge of the Elk Horn range and are engaged in sheep raising. This is the first winter they have remained there thruout the winter months, but report .that it was one of the mildest winters on the range, at all times being able to get to town for groceries.. The sheep are fed from the' range all the season. Church Repairing Is Started. SCARVILLE, March 25.--Work has begun on the repairing of the church entrance. A double stairway to the. parlors is planned. All Marinellp products Bold at Koeneman's Beauty parlor. Chris -Estergaard, contractor anil builder. Estimates. Ph. 560. Miss Elizabeth Milne, DCS Molnes. has been convalescing from an attack of influenza at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Milne North Fourth street, for the pas: several days. Her _ condition was mucQ unproved Wednesday morning t We have received new styles In spring foot wear. Come in and see them. The Family Store. Dick Watts, St. Paul, arrived in Clear Lake Tuesday afternoon to make a short visit at the home of his' grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Watts. East Main street. Select your Easter frock* at the Family Store. We hav ea. nice selection to choose from. Prints, plaids and pastel shades. Prices $10 and $15. ' Mrs. Peggy Heal spent-the weekend at Iowa City wheres he visited her husband who is in the hospital. ' Michael Gioscio has accepted n position as bookkeeper and night service man at the DeBruyn Service station. , Pre-Easter millinery sale. Hats, $1.95. Koenemans Millinery and Beauty parlor. · Mrs. Peter Anderson returned to ier home Tuesday afternoon after undergoing an operation at the Park hospital, Mason City. Permanent wave, guaranteed, $5.; Kbeneman Beauty parlor. Albert Rasmiissen returned Tuesday evening from Antelope, Mont., where he has spent tho winter with his son, Albert Rasmusaen, Jr., and family. v We have received a new shipment of silk crepe dance sets, teddies and pajamas, prices ?2 to 56. The Family Store. - · · ' - . ' .Frank Long receiver] word Saturday of the severe illness of h}s brother in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Long, Robert Long and Gust Erlck- son left the same day. The party with the exception of Mr. Long arrived home Tuesday. The brother is suffering from cancer. House Cleaning Time! Our now lines of curtains and bed' spreads have arrived. Come in and see them. The Family Store. Mrs. .Jennie _Jenkins returned Tuesday from St. . Petersburg and Miami where she spent the winter. She was employed aa beauty opera tor in the Princess Martha hotel shop at St. Petersburg for a time. She wiH continue her work at the Royal Beauty shop. See Da Wilde nnd Bistllno, auto mechanics, about that overhauling job at De Bruyn's Super Service. F. C. Paul who Is a patient at the Park hospital, Mason City, is reported to be much Improved. He is now able to receive callers for a short time. that's how crisp! S o C R I S P every delicious bubble crackles when milk or cream is poured on it! Rice'Krispies are toasted rice--filled with flavor and crispness -- what a breakfast! r . Rice Krispies fascinate children. Ideal for bedtime 'suppers. Order a red-and- green package from your grocer. Made by Kellogg Ja Battle Creek. RICE KRISPIES EXPERIENCED COOKS PUT UP FRUIT IN SMALl QUANTITIES Hills Bros. Follow Similar ' Rule by Roasting Coffee a Little at a Time CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Thursday--Altrurinn club meets at the borne o£ Mrs. R. E. McFarlane. Commercial club dinner at the Sllsby restaurant. Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. ball. St. Margarets guild meets at the home of Mrs. P, B. Gonser. .-"rlrtny--Star club meets at the home of Mrs. George O'Neill, Carleton street, assisted by Mrs. Or, ren Porter. By adding the halves of fruit to the hot syrup a few at a time, the boiling temperature is maintained and the fruit cooks to firm, tender goodness. This principle is apparent in Hill Bros.' process of roasting coffee "and the result is a -uniform, delicious flavor no other coffee has. A constant stream of expertly blended green coffee is introduced into the roaster in automatically measured lots of about three pounds. As it passes through, uniform heat roasts it a little at a time. When the operation is over, every berry is roasted to an even degree that could never be secured by any bulk- method of roasting coffee. This process is fittingly called Controlled Roasting. It was originated and patented by Hills Bros, and develops a savory, delicious flavor that no other process can equal. Because Hills Bros. Coffee is packed in vacuum, it is always fresh. By this process, air, which destroys tho flavor of coffee, ia tnken out of the can and kept out. Ordinary enna, even if air-tight, do not keep coffee fresh. Ask for Hills Bros. Coffee by name and look for tho Arab--the trade-mark--on tho 'can. Sold by grocers everywhere. Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 01331 ROYAL BARBERS BEAT ALL-STARS Selected Aggregation Fails to Stop Tonsorial Team in 7 to 3 Clash. CLEAR LAKE, March. 25.-indoor ball teams--Wolford's, Farmers' Co-Ops and Ritz smokers were eliminated Tuesday night rom the inter-league games. The loyal Barbers won from the Ritz moke shop by default while Kennedy's took a victory from Wol- 'ord's 4 to 1 and Bryson's won from .he Farmers' Co-ops 3 to 1. An all star team was selected 'rom the men present to play the loyal Barbers for the feature jame of the evening. The barbers von 7 tf 3. Among those selected 'or the' iteam were · Tarr, Adam Thomas, Ed Nelson, Sam Farrow, Peterson, Sam Kennedy, Dr. A. S. 3ice, Fdrde; Lee and "Red" Os- :rander. Ostrander, a seventh grade student of the main building, starred. " In the games scheduled for Friday, night--Bryson vs. 4-H club, Tarrs vs. Jefferson and Kennedy vs. Kenyon's- dairy--three teams will be eliminated. The winners of :he Tarr-Jefferson clash will play ;he Royal Barbers Monday night in :he semifinals. Winners o'f the Bry- sou-l-H · club and the Kennady- Kenyon games will also play in the semifinals. A program of 12 weeks of aport will close Monday night. PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE Wednesday "DuBarry, Woman of Passion" Thursday -- Friday "ILLICIT" Arc St. Ansgar Guests. . RICEVILLE, MarchV 25.--Twelve members of the Royal Home Workers club of Riceville motored !o St. Ansgar Monday evening where tley were guests of the Progress club of St. Ansgar. The entertainment, held in the social room of the old acad- emy building, consisted of a brief play, originals, a magazine review and refreshments. BEAD THE G.-G. WANT ADS ALUMINUM WARE SPECIALS Set of 3 Mirro Sauce Pans A set of three aluminum pans in handy sizes: i/2-Quart, 1-quai't, IVa-quart. Mirro pans are always bright, easily cleaned--a good value at this price. · Cake Pan Bakes delicate, fluffy cakes . . . heats evenly, browns perfectly. Special, d ·! this week V* Torte Cake Pan, Decorator Set A torte, spring-apart cake pan and a com- .plete decorator set Every woman (t -I should have one V ^ Mrs. Ruth Campbell Recommends MIRRO Ware v Because of thd hard, thick aluminum from which It is made. Good cooking cannot be done without good utensils, is her opinion, and Mirro Aluminum Ware is the finest. See 'the many useful items in our housewares department. CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. 11 NORTH FEDERAL AYE. PHONE 17 This photograph it typical of the vast audiences that attend the Home Economics Service Schools Ise wants whiter washes?" Famous expert tells about new easy scrubless washdays "OTOP S C R U B B I N G CLOTHES!" O . T h o u s a n d s h a v e heard t h i s thrilling advice. Thousands have watched as an expert demonstrated the new scrubless way to get - a snowy wash--in hardest water. Now it's.your turn! -Don't fail to see this amazing demonstration. Come early and get a good seat. Watch,closely as the famous expert. washes clothes the new way---the tnodern'\va.y--'the way that gets clothes white as snow, bright as new! The richer suds do it! The whole difference--as the expert will explain--is in the suds. She uses a remarkable new kind of rich, lively, business-like suds that soak away every trace pf dirt, leaving clothes so beautifully white --even boiling isn't necessary! And how does she get those wonder-working suds? With Rinso, the hard-water soap! You'll see right on the platform how a little Rinso whips at once into, lots of creamy, long-lasting suds. By actual test, Rinso gives twice as much suds, cup for cup, as lightweight, puffed-up soaps. _, No water-softeners needed when Rinso is used! Not even the hardest water can take the life out of these business-like suds. Rinso is safe for the finest cottons and linens. If it weren't, this farrpus expert would n o t - b e demonstrating it all over°the country. In fact, she will explain to you how Rinso actually saves the clothes by keeping them from being scrubbed threadbare. Marvelous in washers, too The makers of 40 famous washers recommend Rinso. Better class laundries use it. Home-making experts of 309 leading newspapers heartily approve this hard-water soap. Come to the demonstration and see whyj The GLOBE^GAZETTE Expert Mrs. Ruth Campbell COf the Home Economics Service Schools) will continue her demonstrations at THE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM -Thursday nnd, Friday at 2 P. M. ) -- ^ Famous Home-waking Expert RUTH CAMPBELL says: "TN-otir Home Economics Service Schools we have -L made many discoveries -- of utmost importance to housewives. "For example, we have found by actual teat that Rinse* soaks out dire and spots with little or no rubbing. It washes clothes bright and snowy without boiling. Naturally that spares the housewife's hands; and the clothes last much longer,'too. "In our home-making demonstrations we show women how safe Rinso is for their finest cottons and linens.. We advise them to use it always in their washing machines and tubs. And in our demonstrations we tell them'how fine Rinso is for dishes, too--and for all household cleaning." HOME ECONOMICS SERVICE SCHOOLS /TUNE IN on Uinso Talkies, "What Happened to ,7ane"\ ^ Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30 P. M., Station \VOC-WHO ) Millions use IVmso in tub, washer and dishpan A PRODUCT OF LEVER BROTHERS CO. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 2.slzes most women buy the large package

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