The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 2, 1943 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 2, 1943
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1943 Society. elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Economy Cut Glamorized (Have meat b o n e s used for soup, cracked open to release flavors, marrow and nutrition.) Dinner Servinc 3 or 4 Sizzling Meat Platter Butter Spinach Hot Toast, Buttered Jellied Grapefruit Salad Packaged Cookies Tea or Milk Sizzlinc Meat Flatter 1 pound ground bcel chuck 2-3 cup dried bread crumbs 1-3 cup minced unions Vt cup chopped £reen peppers 1 teaspoon salt li teaspoon paprika Vi teaspoon poultry seasoning s teaspoon celery salt 1 egg. beaten or 2 yolks 1-2 cup milk 5 tablespoons flour 4 tablespoons fat 2 cups tomatoes 2 cups cooked spaghetti Mix together c h u c k , crumbs, seasonings, egg and milk. Shape into inch balls, roll in flour, and brown quickly in fat, heated in frying pan. Add rest of^ngredi- cnls. Simmer 10 minutes. Pour onto hot platter. Thrqc tablespoons flour can be mixed into the balls in place of the egg. Jellied Grapefruit Salad 1 package lemon gelatin 1 2-3 cups boiling water 1 tablespoon lemon juice lit teaspoon salt 2-3 cup cubed grapefruit !· cup diced celery 1 tablespoon salad dressing Dissolve gelatin in water. Cool and add rest of ingredients. Pour into mold and chill until firm. Un- mold on lettuce or shredded red or white cabbage and top with more dressing. " Sweetbreads to be creamed, broiled or combined with other ingredients in salads and escalloped dishes should be washed well first. Then simmer 25 minutes in salted water to cover (1 teaspoon salt to each 2 cups water). Cool in stock and discard the skin and tough membranes. The stock is good in soups, stews or sauces. For a good sandwich filling, mix together chopped d r i e d beef, shredded lettuce and salad dressing. Iowa Senators Banter, Then Pass Measure DBS MOINES, f/P)--After considerable bantering, the Iowa senate Monday passed 44 to 0 a bill to require motor boats passing sail boats to pass to the leeward instead of the windward side. The bill previously passed the house and now is ready to be sent to the governor. When the first roll call was taken on the measure Monday, an overwhelming number of senators vntecl "no" to the chagrin of Senator Ross R. Mowry (R.-Newton) who was handling the bill. Then many of the members jumped up and asked permission to change their vote from "no'" to "aye." The record was expunged and n new roll call taken, showing no votes in opposition to the measure. Mowry had explained that the bill was designed to "protect the garments of the ladies in sailboats." Senator Frank C. Byers (R.-Cedar Rapids) complained "I'm just a landlubber and don't know the difference between leeward and windward." Senator George Faul (R.-Des Moines) wondered if the bill should be amended to require automobiles to pass on the leeward side "to keep from splashing the girls' dresses from mud puddles." Among other bills passed by the senate Monday morning was one setting up a higher schedule ot millagc tax for support of garbage disposal and street -cleaning funds in cities and towns. A present law fixes the maximum levy for this purpose at one- half mill for any city and town in the state. The schedule proposed in the bill passed Monday by the senate and sent to the house is as follows: Cities up to 5,000 population not to exceed two mills, cities from 5,000 to 25,000. not to exceed one mill; from 25,000 to 75,000, not to exceed three-fourths of a mill; cities over "5,000 not to exceed one-half mill (the present limit.) KANAWHA--The results o£ the election of'officers for the circles of the W. S. C. S. held at their meetings Thursday afternoon arc as follows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. E. L. Morris, president; Mrs. William Brand, vice president; Mrs. John May. secretary, and Mrs. Carl Mulholland, treasurer. Circle No. 2, Mrs. Oscar Hartwig. president; Mrs- G. C. Hanson, vice president: Mrs. Fred Knudson, secretary, and Mrs. Vcrn Kenney, treasurer. Circle No. 3, Mrs. Guy Judd. president; Mrs. Henry Johnson, vice president; Mrs. H. H. Stewart, secretary, and Mrs. James Yeake!, treasurer. SCIENCE DISCOVERS VITAMIN B, NECESSARY TO HELP TRANSFORM BREAD INTO ENERGY BUYS HARDWARE STOCK HANLONTOWN--The Farmers' Co-operative store has purchased the hardware stock from Mike Hall and is remodeling the. back part o£ the store lor the hardware department. J. M. Knutson has been hired as manager. Mr. Hall will devote all o£ his time now to the care o[ the Community oil station. The Hidden Energy In Bread Is Unlocked By Vitamin B t To Give You The Energy You Heed Photomicrograph of Vita- tnin Bi Magnified 1000 Time*. In One Year An Adult Need* 121,545 Unit* Of Vitamin Bi Yet Of The'Millions Who Rely Upon Bread For Up To 35% Of Their Daily Energy -3 Out Of 4 Fail To Get A Good Diet, U. S. Officials Say. Thus, Can Fail To Get Enough Vitamin Bi New Wonder Bread Thrills Thousands Everywhere Because: (1) Contains Vitamin Bi (2) Slo-Baked For Lasting Freshness (3) Tastes Better (4) Proves Easier-To-Slice Government looks to the wives and mothers of nation to give their · families the right kind of food. Iffe,. Jt.-Mif-"t!. 1 - "/ .Ho., 11THAT everybody knows is that " million s rely up on bread for up to 35% of their daily energy. What .-you may .not know is that you must have Vitamin Bi to help transform the bread you eat into energy you need. Science proves conclusively that it takes Vitamin BI to unlock bread's energy. Now--according to U. S. Government Health Officials, 3 out of 4 people fait to get a good diet; thus, can fail to get enough Vitamin Bi naturally. This does not mean you lack Vitamin Bi so badly the bread you cat does you no good. It does mean your body cannot i properly transform bread into energy unless you get sufficient I Vitamin BI. A New Kind Of Bread Wise Mother Nature put Vitamin Bi into wheat. But--in making bread whiter--man took it out. Then Theodore Earle patented a way to retain more natural vitamins and minerals in flour. And mass production by American industry made possible further additions of the Vitamin BI needed in the'bread. A bread now better for flavor and better for health than before. It's Doubly Fresh Then, too, this new Wonder Bread is doubly fresh--fresh when you buy it; fresh when you eat it. Because it is slo-baked for lasting freshness--baked 13% longer than many ordinary kinds. See how much longer it stays fresh on the table and in your family's lunch box. - - , In addition, Wonder's slo-bak- ing method gives you bread with a richer flavor now. And--a firmer, tenderer texture. You'll find it easy to slice-and it leaves no crumbs. Get new Wonder Bread at your grocer's today. You'll be glad you'did! Only Wonder Bread is made Hits way from Earle Patented Process Flour--U. S. Pal.'Nos. 2U330b, 2232697, 2155219. 2232G9S. Continental BiVinf Co., Inc. 3 out of every 4 people fail to get a 'good diet, say United States Government Health Officials! Thus, can fail to get enough Vitamin B| naturally. Doubly Fresh Wonder Bread provides energy to lidc children and workers over. Be sure the bread your family eals contains Vitamin B,, and stays [rcsh so they'll cat more o[ it--you'll find il an adventure in deliciousness. it* mtanwai mfiirir-. -aesii uaranmrarir

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