Page 14 article text (OCR)
14 Thursday, Starch 9, 1911 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IETY- Miss Luverne Metz Weds Milton Shrode Riceville--The marriage of Miss Â·Luverne Metz, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Sam Metz, and Milton Shrode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shrode, all oÂ£ Riceville, look place March 4, at the Methodist church with the Rev. Warren Bintz officiating. Mrs. Shrode for a number of years was a rural teacher in Mitchell and Howard counties. For the past 2 years she has been employed in a defense plant at Plymouth, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Shrode are graduates of Riceville high school. Mr. Shrode was employed for some time by the Farmers Telephone company. They will make their home on a farm northwest of Riceville where the bridegroom has been farming for the past 3 years. --o-ROOSEVELT U. S. \V. DIVISION STARTED ' . The Roosevelt United Service Women division was organized at a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wayman Closson, 1402 .Delaware S. E. Mrs. W. A. Cory was selected as chairman and Mrs. Closson, secretary-treasurer. Eight were obligated into the unit. They made 40 fracture pillows during the afternoon. Mrs. H. A. Morphew, Mrs. Guy Angell and Mrs. E. \V. Li 1 ley were guests. The next meeting will be March 15 with Mrs. Oscar Peterson, 1301 South Federal. WOMEN FORESTERS CONDUCT SESSION Catholic Women Foresters met at the P. G. E. for a pot luck dinner, followed by a business session and cards. Prizes went to Mrs. L. H. Green, contract; Mrs. W. R. Swanson, auction; Mrs. Ben Brasser, 500. Mrs. Florence Corbett and Mrs. John Lansing were on the committee in charge. Miss Cora Dormedy and Mrs. Ted Cordle will be on the committee Tor the next meeting. --o-MOVES BRIDGE A 65 foot bridge recently was moved in Poweshiek county. It was estimated by county officials that if steel had been available it would have cost $6,000 to replace a worn-out bridge. However, since the steel was not available and the old bridge was, the county spent 51,000 to move a 'bridge originally costing $4,532. The bridge was moved a distance of about 400 feet. Red Cross Services No. 8. Water Safety The American Red Cross has a large force of expert staff members engaged in training water safety instructors in the techniques of functional swimming which is likely to be most useful 1 to them in wartime. The men so trained carry the instruction, in turn, to their comrades in the armed forces. Instruction is given at home and abroad. Within the United States and insular possessions, civilians" subject to military call, are also trained. This is only one of the many services of the American Red Cross. H elping the omemaker This Is Too Much Dedham, Mass., (U.R) -- Mrs. Janet Clemonds, 27, of Canton said she tried to he patient with her husband but thought that being struck in the face with a cat was a little too much. The judge agreed and granted her divorce petition. Flattering New Fashiom in a Springtime Mood STEVENSONS IS JUST BRIMMING WITH ALL THE GAY, COLORFUL NEW SPRING FASHIONS YOU'VE,BEEN WAITING FOR ... STUNNING COATS AND SUITS . .. LOVELY DRESSES ... AND ALL THE CLEVER NEW ACCESSORIES TO GO WITH THEM. Beautiful tailored and dressmaker suits of fine 100% wool. Rainbow colors. Sizes for misses, juniors, women. Others 14.95 to $45 24.95 Greet spring in an ever-favorite Navy -- frosted with crisp white. One and two piece styles in lovely crepes and sheers. All sizes. Others 8.95 to 22.50 12.95 Top honors go to the beautifully tailored Chesterfield for Spring . . . The coat that teams up with your entire wardrobe. Black and colors. Sizes 9 to 44. U Others 14.95 to 39.95 24.95 Gleaming new blo.uses in every imaginable, style to pair with your suit . . . Tailored and' frilly styles in white, pastels and prints. Others 1.49 to 5.95 2.98 Handsome bags, designed (or suits, designed for spring. Leathers and fabrics in dark shades and bright colors. Others 2.49 to 7.95 2.98 Z0% Federal Excise Tax Effective April 1st DON'T FORGET STEVENSON'S FUR COAT SALE By CHARLOTTE ADAMS A New Souffle With Bacon Gravy (Rationed Items Are Starred) Escarole Souffle With *Bacon Gravy Sweet Potatoes Snap Beans Melba Toast 'Stuffed Prune Salad .(Recipes Serve 4) Escarole Souffle 1 cup chopped cscarole "4 tablespoons margarine 4 tablespoons flour ,2 cup escarole liquor Vi cup milk Salt and pepper 3 egg yolks 3 egg whites Cook escarole in boiling salted water until tender (about 10 minutes). Drain, reserving liquor. Melt margarine. Remove from stove and blend in flour. Return to slovo. acid milk "and escarole liquor, and cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add egg yolks, beaten slightly, and escarole. Cool. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Place in buttered casserole. Bake at 350 degrees 35 minutes. Bacon Gravy "4 slices bacon 4 tablespoons bacon fat 2 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk Salt and pepper Fry the bacon crisp. Pour off fat, all but 4 tablespoonfuls. Blend flour into this, return to low fire and add milk, stirring until thickened and smooth. Crumble bacon fine and add to gravy. Servet in separate dish, to be poured over souffle after it has been served Stuffed Prune Salad *16 large cooked prunes *4 ounces blue cheese *4 ounces cream cheese Cream 1 firm, small head lettuce French dressing Split the prunes down one side and remove pits. Mix blue and cream cheeses, adding enough light cream to smooth them. Stuff prunes with this mixture. Place 4 for each person in a bed of crisp lettuce leaves and pour, your favorite French dressing over the top. Unusual Salad Sauce (Rationed Items Are Starred) Hamburgers With Barbecue Sauce Â· Cauliflower Mashed Sweet Potatoes Enriched White Bread Apple Salad With Cottage-cheese--Marmalade Sauce Coffee (Recipes Serve Four) Hamburgers With Barbecue Sauce "K Ib. chopped beef 1 egg Â¥4 cup milk Vt cup soft bread crumbs *2 tablespoons fat Salt and pepper 2 tablespoons Worcestershire iauce 1 tablespoon vinegar *2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup stewed tomatoes ' teaspoon chili powder 1 medium onion, chopped Handling as little as possible, mix chopped beef, egg, milk and breadcrumbs and season with salt and pepper. Form this mixture into 4 large cakes. Melt fat in frying pan and brown meat cakes quickly in it. Add remaining ingredients, cover the pan and simmer gently 20 to 30 minutes. Apple Salad 3 eating apples 1 head lettuce Lemon juice Wash apples and chill thoroughly. When nearly ready to serve, core and peel, and cut into cubes Pile on beds of lettuce, sprinkle with lemon juice and cover with the following sauce: Cottage "Cheese-Marmalade Sauce Vi cup cottage cheese ',i cup citrus marmalade : Mix together carefully and spoon generously over the apple salad. Protein And Vitamin A (Rationed Items Are Starred) Baked Stuffed Eggs Baked Potatoes 'Quick-frozen Peas Hard Rolls Boiled Apples (Cinnamon) Molasses Cookies (Recipes Serve Four) Baked Stuffed Eggs S hard cooked eggs 3 tablespoons mayonnaise Vi teaspoon dry mustard 1 sweet pickle, chopped fine 1 teaspoon onion juice 2 cups medium cream sauce Vi cup grated cheese Cool hard cooked eggs. Pee. and slice in lengthwise. Remove yolks carefully and mix with mayonnaise and seasonings, adding a little more mayonnaise if not sufficiently moist. Place the egj halves in a large shallow bakinf dish (or two smaller ones), pour in cream sauce, top with gratec cheese, and bake in 40 degree oven 20 minutes, or until cheese is brown. Boiled Apples 4 firm, (art apples 'la cup sugar 2 cups water 1 slick cinnamon Wash and core apples. Boil sugar and water together for a minute and a half, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Add cinnamon stick and apples, cover and simmer on very low heat until apples are soft but not mushy. Cool. Chill in refrigerator. Thin cream may be served with these. No Work For Sunday (Rationed Items Are Starred) Special Lamb Stew Corn Bread Lemon Meringue Pie Coffee (Recipes Serve 4 t Double The Quantity If you will double the quantil} oÂ£ all ingredients tor your lamb stew except the beets, and if yoi will make extra pie crust when PAPER CARRIES VITAL BATTLE REPORTS -- M a j Martin Fenton (lei't) of Mt. Kisco, N. Y., and Lt. Col. Howard J. Tin-ton of San Diego, Cal., discuss a battle report in a shoulder-high "office" on Bougainville island. Marines and natives dug the pit and covered it with banana leaves on poles. Clerks work there right through bombings. The waste paper you save helps carry important information back to planning headquarters where new offensives are plotted against Japs. Save waste paper! It's an important ally for victory! you prepare the lemon pie,, you can then make a meat and vegetable pie for Sunday in a very few minutes--and be able to join in the family's "day off." Lamb Stew Â°3 pounds breast of lmb Vi teaspoon dry rosemary Vi teaspoon dry mint 4 medium'white potatoes 4 medium onions 1 bunch carrots 1 pound peas 4 medium sweet potatoes 1 bunch beets Flour Salt and pepper Sear lamb in a little fat in a heavy pot over a high flame. Add salt, pepper and herbs and enough water to cover. Simmer gently one and a half hours. Add white potatoes and onions, peeled and whole. Cook one-half hour longer. Meanwhile cook sweet potatoes in their skins and cook beets. At end of lalf hour mentioned, add to orig- nal pot the peas and carrots, cut up, and cook a half hour, Â·onger. In the center of a platter place the meat, onions and white JOtatoes. Surround with bouquets of peas, carrots, beets and sweet potatoes. Make a gravy by thickening the remaining liquor from the stew with flour, correcting the seasoning and adding a little savory kitchen sauce for color. Pour this gravy over the meat. --o-Air Express Shows Gain During 1943 New York, (U.R)--Express cargo flown through the air during the first 9 months of 1943 was 45.8 per cent more than for the same period in 1942, the Air Express Division of Railway Express Agency has announced. There were 1,115,145 shipments for the period as compared with 1,033,761 the previous year, an increase of 7.8 per cent. Gross revenue exceeded $8,250,000, a 29.3 per cent gain. The average charge a shipment rose from $6.18 to $7.41 while average weight rose from 14.6 pounds to 19.8 pounds. More than 11,074'tons of cargo /as handled for the nation's- ommercial airlines. Reflecting the intensified use of air express to speed supplies between U. S. production centers, September traffic broke all records for shipments and poundage, 1,414 tons, an average of 47% tons a day. S h i p m e n t s totaled 135,129. These all-time highs represented increases of 21.2 per cent in weight and 10.2 per cent in IN WRONG PLACE If anyone had been standing on the floor above the hot water boiler in the Aaron Main home in Grinncll, he would have found himself touching the ceiling when the boiler exploded recently. The floor above the boiler was torn uj and some of the boards were sent through the ceiling. No fire resulted but considerable damage was done to the interior of the house. The regular monthly meeting of Friends of Libraries will be held . . , Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at shipments over September, 1942.1 the library. "Whatsthe success-secret ofappetizing SOUp?" // Di5hitup with fresh/ flaky,fasty PREMIUM CRACKERS" That's the way to get your folks to "lick the soup plate clean!" For the flaky goodness of Premium Crackers makes any soup (salad or spread!) more flavorful. Serve "energy-filled" Premiums with every meal these days. They pep up wartime menus--and they don't require a point! BAKED BY NABISCO NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Â· BEAUTIFUL IN STYLE Â· GRACEFUL IN FIT Â· PERFECT IN WORKMANSHIP Â· UNEQUALLED IN VALUE Misses and Women's Sizes Great Northern Seal-Dyed Coney' Great Northern Beaver-Dyed Coney USE OUR LATAWAT uxurtouA MINK-DYED CONEY 49 HUGHES 50 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE.