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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 24, 1936
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 24 I93G ETY H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. DIARY MORTON Menu Hint Creamed Chicken and Ham on Waffles Buttered Asparagus Watermelon Pickles Lemon Crumb Pudding Coffee I am suggesting a little menu tha you may care to try out on the fam ily or some friends. It is the answe to what to serve on the menu with waffles. Today's Recipes Creamed Chicken and Ham o Waffles--Four tablespoons butte five tablespoon flour,.one and Oni half cups hot chicken stock, one cu cream, two hard cooked egg yolk, (mashed), one cup diced cooke ham, one and one-half cups cube cooked chicken, one-third cup slicec stuffed olives, three drops Worces tershire. sauce, one-half teaspoo salt. Melt butter in sauce pan, ad flour and smooth to a paste, the add hot chicken stock mixed wit cream and stir until a smooth sauc is formed. Add egg yolks and re maining ingredients. Serve hot o wafles. Serves eight. Lemon Crumb Pudding--Two cup milk, two cups fine bread crumb two eggs, one-fourth teaspoon sal one-fourth cup sugar, one teaspoo grated lemon rind, three table spoons lemon juice, one tablespoo melted butter. Pour milk ove crumbs. Beat one whole egg an one egg yolk together, set the second white aside until later. Add saJf Cold Storage plus GAS Sterilization Factory For Service sugar, lemon rind, juice and melte butter to eggs. Blend with milk an crumbs. Turn into greased custar cups, set cups in a pan containin an inch of hot water. Bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees, a hour, or until firm. Remove from oven, cool. Spread one tablespoo jam or jelly over the top of eac custard, pile a meringue made b beating second egg. white- with dash of salt and two tablespoon sugar, and folding in one-half cu grated cocoanut on top. Bake in slow over, 300 degrees, until th meringue is a delicate brown. O the browning may be done unde the broiler flame. Use Whitewash A coat of whitewash on the base ment falls is about as inexpensive way of brightening them as may b found. It makes, moreover, a San; tary covering. In applying thi whitewash, keep the coating thin, st thin that the surface to which it i applied may be seen through, whil the film still is wet. It will dr opaquely, and the results are bette than if a heavy coat of whitewas is dabbed on. K. N. A. DRILL TEAM HAS CARD PARTY R. N. A. Drill team sponsored card party Thursday at Moose ha with Mrs. Ed Deeny in charge There were 16 tables of bridge an 500 with bridge prizes going to Mrs Barbara Melsh and E. W. Lilly, hig and Mrs. Wayne Pierce and Willi Bemiss, low. In 500, Mrs. W. F. Fra zier and Gale Bull won high prize and Mrs. Ida Slack and George Rod gers, low. Door prizes went to Mrs Norman Spuhler and George Roc gers. Large Crowd Attends Safety Class at Y. M. for Showing of Films The weekly class in safety spon sored here in the cause of better driving was well attended at the banquet room of the Y. M. C. A. A onsignment of films was shown y A. B. Coy, district manager for he Motor clubs of Iowa and A. A. L. representative in North Iowa. Films shown were "Why Be a joose?" "Street Safety for Ad- Lux Instant Cleaner Clean your on the floor--anyone can do it with LUX INSTANT CLEANER. Also cleans overstuffed sets and painted surfaces. We Clean One Rug Free with Demonstration for Demonstration PHONE 3899; 1181/2 South Federals-Office in Front Booms./Absolutely guaranteed local distributor. TED RUSH New Spring Shades Full Fashioned, Ringless Sheer Chiffon HOSIERY 79c$1.50 MILLER-JONES CO. 19 South Federal Per Pair Iowa School for Deaf Crowns Marjorie Orr May Queen Marjorie Orr of Columbus Junction is shown in the center above after her coronation as May queen at the Iowa school for the deaf at Council Bluffs. Her attendants, left to right, are Wilma Moore of Winterset, Ruth Chandler of Ludora, Kathcrine Brown of Des Moines and Theda Classon of Ellsworth. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Grades" and "Street Safety for Pri mary Grades," all of them empha sizing the importance of following safety rules. The session was in charge of Edgar Faber, state patrolman, ar.r. John c. Hrubetz, of the Mason City police department Appointments Made by Remley, Exalted Ruler of Local Elks Lodge Announcement of the appoint- lent of committees for the ensuing ear for the Mason City Elks' lodge ·as made Thursday night by Howard M, Remtey, exalted ruler in a eneral meeting. The new committees and their tembers are: Auditing--George Hill and Frank Chamber^. ·',,- - L : ' VJstting^-Ct L; Loomer and M. N. loomhower. · Social community-welfare!--L. R. Soomhower, Lloyd B. Tait, Dr. H. K. Jones, Dr. G. W. Cady, LeRoy ;ou and Joe .Daniels. Membership and lapsation--Sam Grow, C. O. Johnson, H. D. Austin, SPECIAL . . . 'rices on Nationally Advertised Watches for the Graduate. Regular $29.75 Values. $19.75 . CONVENIENT CREDIT M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. 'Foresters Bldg. John Chandler, Charles Dalin, C. A Hanson and W. C. Tracy. David L. Fletcher and R. J. Powell were initiated tp the lodge. Visiting- Elks attending the session were Clarence A. Hahn of the Muscatine lodge and O. M. Queal of the Mitchell, S. Dak., lodge. Kepler Holds Surety Company Is Liable in Nelle Huntley Action Judgment for $1,100 in favor of he State of Iowa and Cerro Gordo county was entered Friday against he American Surety company of New York in district court here in :onnection with the shortage of that amount which was discovered in the iccounts of Nelle Huntley during ler final term as county recorder here early in 1935. The action was prosecuted for the county by County Attorney F. B. Shaffer and Hines Mount, assistant county attorney. Judge M. H. Kepler made the decision, holding that the bonding company was liable. Query: Would the Ethiopians be civilized, and so presumably happy, f each family were provided by II 3uce with a maid? it would cost him less than his present campaign. --Omaha, World-Herald. Prisoners Escape . After Choking Their Jailor Unconscious CARLINVIILE, 111., /P--Five men escaped from the Macoupin county jail Sere Friday afternoon after locking the jailor in a cell block and choking him into uncon T sciousness. The five drove away in an automobile stolen from the jailor, Joe Vallero. The escaped men, all held on charges of burglary and larceny, were: Raymond Sainer of Staunton, Joseph Lombardo of Gillespie, Coleman and Walter Langly of Benld, brothers, and John Staryak of Perth Amboy, N. J. Style, quality, and prices to please you. M A C E S Smith Optical Cd.v :' 21 EAST, STATE- - S, 1 " You won't have to paint so often when you useLOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD house paint. For you get more actual paint. 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She defined science as "the discovery of how God works," and said the church "must begin using all that science has discovered about how personality is developed and how social problems are solved. "The most devotional way of working," she told the delegates, "is not to talk about general ideas but to actively change conditions BAKERY For Friday and Saturday PURITY 26 FIRST STREET S. E. PHONE 86 which bring about the results that we believe God wants to have accomplished." The "science of religion," - she said, "demands that we change from presenting- · truth, to guiding people in actually living it." Paul and Perry \Vaughtal, 105 Second street southwest, planned to leave Fiiday on a business trip to Winsiow, Ark., and Kansas City, Mo. MANY POLITICAL MOVES PUZZLING Scramble for Supremacy in Minnesota Starts With Complexities. _ By D. K. MACKENZIE ST. PAUL, UP)--The scramble for votes and party supremacy has started with a vengeance throughout Minnesota but a number of astonishing developments, known as fact in certain quarters but never before admitted publicly, have beclouded the trend of sentiment. The full weight of the recent moves by the three parties, farmer- labor, republican and democrat, probably will not be assayed until early fall though leaders of each faction publicly express confidence. Privately they are wondering and hoping. Alliance Complicates Situation. Complexities of the situation were multiplied this wetk by the alliance of Joe Wolf democrats with farmer-laborites, and the open invitation of United States Senator Burton K. Wheeler. Montana for democrats to vote for Gov. Floyd B. Olson for the senate. Sucti a coalition if strong enough to sway sufficient cupport for the farmer-labor state ticket, might prove a high barrier for the republican party to hurdle, especially when it is.coupled with the republicans' commitment for abolition of the state levy on real and personal property that carried a sales tax implication. Balance of Power Doubtful. While the Wolf democrats will put a ticket in the primary, some leaders of this bloc expect little to be done about them beween then and the November balloting. The primary candidates will be put up chiefly with the view of seizing absolute control of the state central committee by getting them nominated over the ticket backed by the Ryan-Regan-Moonon forces. The balance of power in the democratic party of Minnesota, how- AVERY Sunday - Monday - Tuesday April 26. 27, 28 The First Big Musical Smash of 1936 "MUSIC GOES ROUND" with HARRY RICHMAN ROCHELLE HUDSON The Show of 1000 Surprises SWEET CREAM to all foods BUTTER THE HOOVER It But!...a It Swwpt... at It Cluns P In addition to our own regular staff of Hoover sales and repair men, a number of Hoover factory trained experts are in the city for a limited time . . . to show everyone the very latest and finest home cleaning equipment--the Hoover! You'll be interested in Hoover Positive Agitation. Dirt Finder and other features. No obligation to buy. Special Easy Terms during this campaign--call 123. YOUR CLEANER INSPECTED FREE For a limited time, the Hoover Men will inspect and adjust your cleaner free. Replacements of worn parts at minimum cost. Phone for this free service. (Note: All Hoover representatives are bonded by the Hoover company, and carry a letter of identification. A Hoover Man is always glad to show his credentials). EEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMBW ever, is a matter of conjecture. Wolf mustered an convention of almost 3,000 delegates. His foes, headed by Congressman Elmer J. Ryan, John Regan, former gubernatorial nominee, and Joseph Moonan, attracted 2,000 add delegates to their Mankato convention. Order Investigation of Fatal Accident at Studio in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD. Cal.. .T--The coroner's office ordered an investigation Friday of the death of one man and serious injury to another when a construction crane at Paramount studio swung into contact with a 33,000 volt power line. The accident occurred within a few yards of where Bing Crosby, George Raft and Dolores Costelio Barrymore were working yesterday. James R. Reeves, 30, a steel company employe, was killed by the electrical charge. James R. Hayden, 4.5, suffered burned hands. 'Both were leaning against tie crane wncn it grazed the high tension line. 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