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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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11 Thursday, March 2, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Alvin Klotz Married at Service Conducted at McPherson College Fredericksbure -- Alvin' Klotz, son oE Mr. and Mrs. Will Klotz or Fredericksburg, and Miss Evelyn Virginia Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Wilson of Wiley, Colo., were married Feb. 25, at McPherson, Kans., where both are students of McPherson college. The Rev. Lyle Klotz of Minneapolis, brother of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony. Miss Eva Mae Klotz, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid, and Wayne Christ of Chicago, a classmate of the bridegroom, bestman. Dave Albright of Eldora sang. Following the ceremony, students and faculty of McPherson college were guests at a reception held in the church parlors. The bridegroom is a senior in the college and they will make their home in McPherson until the end of the school year. --o-Birth certificates have been filed for Burnell Ray and Jane i'aye, twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carroll Ross Low, 721 Washington N. W., born Feb. 6; Klar- ette Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Coloff, 210 S. Federal, born Feb. 7. Food Columnist Outlines Varied Methods of Cooking Meat HOW TO SAUTE, BROIL, FRICASSEE DESCRIBED If you're mixed up on words like saule, braise, fricassee, pan slutting, savory veal shoulder steaks, carrot marmalade, omelet, English jam tartlets, cornstarch puffs and a topping for toast. SPEAKIIiGgfOODS i REEVES by LUCV GIVE YOUR HEAD GOLD THE AIR W Put just 2 dropa Penctro Now Ip Dro ps i Q each nos tnl. They BOO the J/v as they touch, cool and shrink as they act to open nasal passages. You'll breathe freer almost instantlyiand give your cold air. Caution: Use only aa directed. And remember Peaetro Nose Dropa are economical. Only 25c, 2^ timed aa much, 5Qc. Always demand PENETRO SB Speaking of Foods The question oE methods of cooking came up recently when .discussion ot foods was the subject oE cons'ersation--as it is so oEten these rationing days. The difference between frying and santeing was the controversial point and after consulting several reliable authorities it was decided the amount of fat used was the difference. For the benefit of the bride's who may find in recipes words that they do not clearly understand here are a few terms which may not be familiar to some of them. Braising is a combination of steaming and roasting the tougher cuts of meat through adding water after browning in a roaster or other utensil. Broiling is cooking under the flame of the broiler. Pan broiling is cooking steak or chops in a skillet without any added fat. Fricasseeing is a combination of sauteing and simmering and is often used for fowl and in making stews. The meat is first sauteed to brown it, then water is added and the cooking continued below the boiling point.' Frying is cooking food by immersing it in hot fat. (Usually deep fat). Sauteing is cooking food on a griddle or in a frying pan or skillet with just enough fat to cover the surface of the utensil and brown the food. Pot roasting is really browning meat on top of the stove in a heavy kettle or Dutch oven, adding water as in braising. Steaming is cooking in steam over hot water. Braised Beef Shanks Dredge shanks with flour and season with salt and pepper. Brown in hot lard. Add 1 cup water, cover and allow to simmer about 2 hours: or until done. Add additional water as needed. About 45 minutes before meat is done add potatoes. Braised shanks are also .good when served with .cooked and buttered noodles. Pork Chops With Corn Stuffing 6 large pork chops (with pocket) 1 cup cream style corn Vs. cup fine dry bread crumbs l~teaspoon-celery salt 2 tablespoons minced green pepper or onion Salt and pepper Have pocket cut in each thick chop. Combine corn, crumbs and seasonings. Mix and fill pockets. Brown the chops on both sides, then cover and finish cooking in a moderate oven 350 degrees for about 1 hour. Savory Veal Shoulder Sleaks Hz pounds veal shoulder steaks 2 tablespoons flour 1'A teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ginger Hi teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons fat 2 onions 1 cup top milk 1 cup water. Mix dry ingredients and pound into'meat. Brown one side in hot fat. Sprinkle with flour mixture. Turn, and cover with sliced onions. When second side is browned, add water, cover and simmer IV- hours or until tender. Add milk to drippings, heat thoroughly and serve with the meat. The jam and jelly shelf sometimes looks like Mother Hubbard's cupboard by the last of Marfrh. The ingredients are available for a nice replacement in Carrot Marmalade 2 cups grated raw carrots Juice of 2 lemons Grated rind and juice of 1 orange 1 cup sugar- Put carrots in saucepan with enough water to barely cover them. Cover and cook until tender. Add remaining ingredients and simmer gently until as thick as desired. Pour into sterilized jelly glasses. CM AM SOAP mm YOU BEAUTY? Every sensible -woman knows that soap cannot make her beautiful. What SweetHeart Soap docs for you is this: It cleanses so efficiently and gcndy that you look your best. Even extra sensitive complexions welcome pure, mild SwcetHeart-- the soap that agrees with your skin. When you shampoo with Sweet- Heait, its creamy fragrant lather penetrates thoroughly, and leaves your hair soft and shining and delicately scented. Thcovalcakeof SwcctHeattSoap remains firm and dainty . . . lasts economically long. All these things SwectHeart Soap dots for you. Give it the opportunity--today! SWEETHEART T O I L E.T 5 O A P THE SOAP THAT AGREES WITH YOUR SKIN New Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration . Omelets Try cream soup as the liquid in an omlet. Asparagus soup with some tiny asparagus tips inside and as a garnish is colorful and good. English Jam Tartlets Make a rich pie dough, roll thin and place a layer in a cooky pan. Spread generously with your favorite preserves. Holl more pie dough and cover preserves. Make small slits in the top and brush with milk. Bake to a golden brown and cut in squares. Corstarch Puffs 1 Cup cornstarch 1 cup powdered sugar 1,2 cup butter 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla 4 eggs. Cream butter and sugar together and add yolks of the eggs. Beat the whites very stiff and add alternately with the cornstarch. ake in heated buffered muffin ns in a moderately hot oven, 'ay be covered with any desired resting. Topping for Toast Spread 8 slices of hot buttered read with: V.J cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons orange juice 2 tablespoons soft butter Vz teaspoon cinnamon Melt topping under broiler and erve hit. I Artichokes have i m p r o v e d flavor if lemon juice is added to he water in which they are oiled. Allow them to stand in ·salt water before boiling. The tops should be cut off even so that after boiling they can be placed upside down to drain. GRINDELAND-THORSON Dfcorah -- Miss Nina Thorson became the bride of Burdell Grindeland. They were married Feb. 27 by. the Rev-. William Hexom of the Big Canoe Lutheran church. Miss Thorson is the daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Thorson and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Mary Grindeland. Marine Film of Assault on Tarawa Here The marine corps' own film of the invasion o£ Tarawa, which cost the life of a marine combat photographer for e a c h of its 2 reels,, will be shown on the Palace theater screen'starting Saturday. Released by Universal Pictures in co-operation with the war activities committee of the motion picture industry, it titled " W i t h the Marines at Tarawa." The picture has no professional actors. The cast is made up ol the soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen who e n g a g e d in the bloodiest conflict in America! history. Nearly 1,000 marines were killed and 2,500 woundec of the 3, battalions who stormed the Jap fortress of Betio on Tarawa atoll but they wiped out a Jap garrison of 4,000 men in th' 3 day fight. The technicolor film show every phase of the bitterly lough action which cost the life o£ U. S. marine for every squar yard of ground gained in th early assault. The marine comba photographers went ashore wit the landing parties and filme the action on the firing line, rigl up to the loopholes oE the mas sive, concrete Japanese block houses. The photographers cai ried pistols and knives as well their cameras and fought w filming. ATK1CIA PIKKL IARKS BIRTHDAY Patricia Ann PirkI, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Mark PirkI, cele- rated her birthday at a party at IB home of her parents, 712 Jerey S. E., on Leap year day. Games vere played and refreshments erved. Guests included Judith tonard, .Linda Poshusta, Judith] flatter, Sharon and Nancy Wai- \ ers, Phyllis and Judy Connelly, lharlotte Clarke, Phyllis Arndt, Jarr Connelly, Paul and Mary ^ranees PirkI. Mrs. F. J. PirkI and Mrs. R. J. Connelly, grandmothers of the honoree, assisted in erving. --o-Kanawha--Mrs. Arlo J. Mc- owan has been voted a member of the Kanawha Woman's club to ill the vacancy caused by the res- g'nation of Mrs. A. B. Herdman, who has moved to Sheffield. DRESS UP HOME-CANNED VEGETABLES WITH THIS GRAND MUSTARD SAUCE dfeweiops IF YOUR NOSE ·CLOSES UP* TONIGHT Put S-mmnit Va-tro-nol op each nostril. It CD shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes Irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal congestion . .. and brings greater breathing comfort. 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