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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. 1943 Society* elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE "Somethbv EÂ»sy" Informal luncheon or supper menu for four. The -Menu Shrimps Creole In Casseroles . . Tumble Salad Cranberry Muffins Currant Jam Assorted Fresh Fruits (Pears, Grapes, Oranges) Peanut Cookies Coffee Chocolate Cream Mints Shrimps Creole in Casseroles 3 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons^ minced onions 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers Vt cup diced celery 1 tablespoon minced parsley 4 tablespoons flour 1-3 teaspoon- salt Vi teaspoon paprika . I cup cooked shrimp 2 cups milk 2 tablespoons catsup Melt butter in frying pan. add and simmer 5 minutes, onions peppers and celery. Stir in parsley, flour, salt and paprika. Add rest of ingredients and cook a minute. Pour, into greased individual casseroles. Cover with butterec crumbs (3 tablespoons buttei added to 1 cup rolled crumbs) Bake 135 minutes in moderately "hot overt. Tumble Salad 1'cup shredded lettuce' 1 cup chicory or cress 4 tablespoons French dressing 1 clove garlic '.i cup diced spiced beets . 1-3 cup grated raw carrots */4 teaspoon salt Mix lettuce and cress 1 with dressing soaked 5 minutes with garlic. (Discard garlic after 5 minutes.) Add rest of ingredients and chill several hours. Peanut Cookies 1-3 cup fat * % cup peanut butter Hi cups light brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla 2-3 teaspoon salt \'4 cup cream or milk 3'/4 cups flour 1 teaspoon'soda ''2 teaspoon baking powder Cream fat and peanut butler add sugar'and beat until creamy Mix in rest of ingredients. Break off bits of dough and flatten down on greased baking sheet. Bake 10 minutes in moderate oven. Elect 1943Â°0fricers for Garner Church ;Â·'.!-Â·; 'GARNER--The Ellington Prairie Lutheran church recently chose its officers lor 1943-as follows: Clarence Hall, vice-president; Conrad Anderson, secretary Lester Anderson; treasurer; Johnnie Osries, Sunday school superintendent; Clara Holm, secretary- treasurer ot the Sunday school Gaylord Holm, assistant superintendent; Dorothy Holm, pianist arid Harold'Hall, janitor captain Trustees serving for the yea: are: Willard Brager, Clifford Lar son, and s Nordahl Anderson. The deacons are Jonas Milhous, Adolp] Holm and Elmer Anderson. The ushers elected include Harold Hall Russell Osnes, Curtiss Halvereon and Gaylord Holm. The. parochial school committee is made up of Lester Anderson an. Clifford Larson. The district dele gate will be Johnnie Osnes with Adolph Holm as alternate. The twc delegates to the circuit conven tion will be Jonas Milhous anc Clarence Hall, with Conrad An derson and Clifford Larson as al ternates. The cemetery committee members elected are Johnnie Os nes and Clarence Hall. Osage Woman Accepts Red Cross Position OSAGE--Miss Ann Goplerud daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Goplerud of Osagc, has ac ccpted the.Re'd Cross position of rferod to her some time ago and i to report to Washington, D. C Feb. 1 for a short period of train ing-- . .. ' Her work is to be staff, assistan in a service club for service men Miss Goplerud is a graduate Â· Grinnell college, taught two yt u i at Belmond and the past year an a half at Ames. The school board has given he a leave of absence for the dura tion. Miss Goplerud expects to b sent overseas for duty within short time. --o-LODGE ELECTS OFFICERS NEW HAMPTON -- The Od Fellows lodge has elected Ea Hines as noble grand; Jacob Ja_ obson, vice grand: Robert Moor head, secretary and J. L. Gustaf son, treasurer. ANNUAL MEETIXG HELD WAUCOMA--The Alpha Tele phone company held its annua meeting Monday and re-electe the following officers: Presiden Fred Boie; vice president, Charle Cochran; secretary, Ernie R. Ga . gcr; treasurer, Fred B. Reed; di Â·rectors. Joe J. Brannon, Roy ft Richards and Carl Richardson Roy W. Finch was hired as line man. Rates remain the same. Th Alpha Telephone company lin serves the towns of Alpha, Wau coma and Lawler. --o-MAKE 16 QCILTS WEST UNION _ The Unite Service Women of West Unio have made a total of 16 woolc quilts for boys in the service. Th organization also is in charge o the women's salvage drive fo Fayette county, Mrs. E. H. Estc .. being chairman. 11 AND AVOID WASTING S10?Â° AT THE END OF THE LOAF Thousands Proclaim Wonder Bread Now Better Than Ever \ Because It Slices Better Because It Tastes Better -Due To "Slo-Baking" This is the bread you hear people raving about everywhere now --the new Wonder Bread. Now better than ever because: (1) It is easier to slice--the texture is tender and firm. (2) It taste* better' --the flavor Is richer. Both improvements yon can detect the minute you try it AND both due to the famous method of "slo-baking"-Wonder Bread U baked 13% longer than many ordinary kind* for lasting freshness. Doubly Freth Yon will find Wonder Bread is doubly fresh-fresh when you buy it and fresh when yon eat it Freth when you buy it because of better Â·erduutdking control -grocers everywhere can guarantee that the Wonder Bread you buy today is today's bread. Fresh when you eat it because "slo-baked" for lasting freshness. And that's the quality you want for sandwiches. Contain* Vitamin B, Then, too, Wonder Bread contains Vitamin R. Which n necessary because the human system cannot properly convert the carbohydrate of bread into energy without it Mother Nature put Vitamin ft into wheat but, to make bread whiter, man took it out Now--it is back where Nature intended. Eat More Bread For More Energy Probably the best low-cost source of energy--bread can be used on the table, in cooking and by serving more sandwiches. f Wonder Bread u made with finest ingredients and with expert skill by the famous "slo-baking" method. So you know it k good for you. Try it and yon will discover it tastes good, too.