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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                ir TEN MASUJN CITY EGG OMELET ONE Muse Describes Edisons OF PRESIDENTS Birthday Interview With FAVORITE DISHES Press Correspondents Hoover Is Easy to Cook for I Seeing Hoover Ford Firestone and Edison All at S Street Housekeeper Says By HERBERT C PLUMMER A P Staff Writer Jowly ham omelet may take first place among j the breakfast dishes in the land I during the next four years It is one I of the favorite foods of President Herbert Hoover i So says Mrs Mary E Rattley One Time Ranked as Outstanding Experience EDITORS this the second of n series of sketches drawn from a letter written by Editor W F Muse to one of his GlobeGazette associates there is an interesting account of the paper interview granted by Thoniiis A Edison on his birthday Mr Muse was among the newspaper men who put questions to the aged inventor The opening installment Tuesday supplied a humorous description of how the local man crashed the gate to the Edison estate arid she should be in a position to arJAMI BEACH Fla March was in the party when it surrounded know For eight years she presided ivl Edison in his study answering the questions propounded which you over the culinary regions of the iave seen jn tne press reports I was only a few feet away when he Hoover home in Washington And was pictured by the movie men meeting Hoover Ford and Firestone as while she did not follow the Hoovers j tHey came from his private dock with Mrs Hoover Mrs Edison greeted Mrs Hoover and the other women in the party Later at the hotel we saw the distinguished party in the motorcade which passed the prin cipal street and stopped two minutes at the public school to give the young idea of our next generation the thrill of their lives to tell per haps their grandchildren of the glorious day when they shouted and sang their welcome to the next president Edison is what the ladies call dear He waived his rules with j f d j 00 j t the picture men and good natured theulce among ly assumed the poses they suggest ed and seemed as pleased as a boy j celebrating his early birthdays Draws From Curtis Lexicon to the white house as she had hoped nevertheless she did advise the kitchen force at the executive man sion what the president does and does not like in the way of food and how he wants it prepared For she is happy to state Mr Hoover never once complained of her cooking in the eight years of her service at the S street home Only once in that time did he make a request and then he asked to have his eggs cooked a little harder Presidential Ham omelet a la Hoover as pre pared by Mrs Rattley is as fol lows Edison uses some of the idioms which Vice President Curtis em ployed in Iowa on hecklers For pe Take six eggs and beat them all instance in the list of 22 questions together You need not salt for the I handed him to answer was one ham does that Add three tableabout the probable medical benefit spoons of cream and cook slowly from electric light treatment con in a well buttered pan When cookj cernjng which he brusquely said ed on the bottom put under toastj pj not answer that question it is cr flame about three minutes Then too damn ridiculous The laugh lay the ground ham already heated in a line across the omelets diam eter and roll up without too much handling as you would a jelly roll Surround it with a tasteful fringe of the remaining ham You must be artistic about lay ing the ham in and rolling the ome let she warns On Sunday mornings President ter which followed but which he did not hear indicates that the news paper correspondents were not as sensitive to the use of the synonym as the critics of our good Kaw vice president Uncle Harvey Inghara was down here with me 36 years ago on the editorial excursion of the Iowa edi torial association on the Four Hoover likes sausage and scrambled j teeij Days in Dixie special when and fried hominy Lafe yomg Sr of beloved memory was the president and I think your uncle had been with me now I was always very particular about the hominy Mrs Rattley uccu VIL continued I would insist on whole he haye forgoitea eul grains washed and drained and nis dandum lndigTiation toward rolled in cream and sprinkled with our Kaw statesman and would have JiHle flour and browned in but tC The nrcsldont is fond of many other things In fact Mrs Raltlcy says ho lihes everything that is good and pood for him Barries with cream vaniHa ice cream and wa lermelon apocnl to his taste Ana pic of anv kind Cold sliced lamb surrounded by parslev with jelly in the center is a luncheon dish that finds favor with him Coowd Fnr Liiuly At first Mrs Rattle v thot she of disBfes for she is not like many otn er cooks She does not say three teaspoons this or a cup of that When we that nerhaps she cooked intuitionally she was quick with the renly No scientificallv I have studied it nil mv life and I love to cook Her chief assistant is her son Her living Quarters at the Hoover man sion were next to her kitchen for like other good and happy cooks she is a little too much to i carry upstairs She says thatshe has been photo graphed by news cameramen in everv way but standing on her joined in the merriment which fol lowed the electric thrill of the wizards near profanity Resembles Albia Miller Edison looks somewwhat like and reminded me by his smile and laugh and keen interest in all the inci dents of the occasion of ilason Citys best ooouent of the Order of Grand Old Men the late Albia Miller who was the funniest char acter in bisavenerable years of any man I have met and this similiarity added enjoyment to the occasion for me When anvof the aids attempted to shout loudlv in his ears his hu morous comeback was always Write it out His estate is beautiful nlace on the jrnlf and lies opposite from the experiment farm where he has been Towing and testingDlants for rub ber for a number of years He has which contain the most prom inent of which is the golden rod It was reported that he would make this visit historic by announc ing the plant from which rubber could be extracted with commercial successbut his statement was as already indicated that there were 1200 known plants containing rub ber but that the ingredients so largely used in this automobile could not be extracted for commer cial purposes in competition with the rubber except in timeof war Four Great Men TogetherL It was an unusual experience of nearly 30 years of newspapering to see four outstanding characters the richest man in the worW the man who has tired a big share of the world but seemingly never tires the coming president of the greatest republic of the earth andthe great estinventor of the age in friendly reunion as friend and chums of years present and years agone in the beautiful setting of tropical splendor But it was Edisons day and the other three were very careful to furnish only the remarkable back ground to add to the spotlight that was focused in unusual incande scence on the inventor ofcanned conversation and canned cadences and the miracle of light which transforms darkest midnight into noonday brightness in owe cities and even the countryside Henry Harvey Youthful Henry and Harvey hy the way more than septagenarians are boyish yet in looks and actions and would pass easily as men of middle ages not mediaeval of 40 or 45 years They have been friends and cronies of Edison for 40 years and have celebrated with the wizard many of his birthdays Altho Mr Edison did not an nounce that he had discovered a plant that would produce competi tive commercial rubber he an nounced he had made plans to plant the 22000 acres near Savannah Ga donated by Henry Ford with rubber producing plants along lines evolved by him In his Florida exper iments choosing but 40 of the most MOVIE ACTRESS IS RESCUED BY NURSE Holljivood Klelg lights blazed no cameras ground out footage as this rescue was staged But to niony Haynea 6914 Fountain Avenue the motion picture actress who was rescued the experience was more thrilling than any celluloid rescue she ever took part in For tliis was reality Clinging to the edge of her shattered health and with broken nerves constantlythreatening to drive her overthe brink 2V1J33 but let licr tell her own story A year ago she says I was working in a Harry Langdon cornedy Bight hours work each lay on the set an hour making n m the mornmgand another hour gel ling the makeup off in the evening emd sewing until the wee sma hours of the was more than a strong girl could stand and 1 Iiad never been strong I broke ail at once andthe doctor ordered me to bed Five months later 1 was still nervous and ill j Gives up caffein My little nurse always brought her own tray into ray room and ate with butshenever used caffein Laurel Isaid to her one morning what possible good do you find in such a breakfast Try Postum for a month and youll see she replied I tried Postum every morning after that I liked it And before long my nerves were as steady as Iiers I think I owe that litlte nurse my life for showing me the Postum route bav to health and 1 do wish alt tli e nervo u s gxi is i n the worl d would try it Rescue repeated The simple diet to Pos worked its miracle in thousands of cases For eo oflen sleeplessness nerv ousness and other ills that are charged to overwork or other conditions arc chiefly due to a common mcaUtmeindis cretion The regular use of the stimulant caffein takes Us some thing snaps Dont wait until shattered nerves drive you to a sick bed Make the change from caffeirv to Postum womi Try this new diet for thirty judge Youll be astonished at the difference it cart in the way you sleep in the way you feel in the way yoit looki Postum contains no artificial stimulant of any to disturb sleep to harass nerves and heart to affect diges tion Postum is1 made of roasted whole wheat and branA drink youican enjoy every meal of the only thtbest aftereffects And you will enjoy itl Pos tum has a rich fullbodied flavor that millions prefer to that of any other drinlc Your grocer has Postum in two forms Postum made instantly in the cup and Postum Cereal prepared by boiling Bolh cost less than other meal time onehalf cent a cup Order it the 3oday tost Next to her pride in having nleaserl the president with her cook ingp she is happiest over the fact that she once prepared a meal for Col Charles Lindbergh Burns Hand When Remover Ignites TITONKA March 27 Mrs George Sonnenberg suffered severe burns on her hands Monday when some lye and varnish remover she was usingignited People who say Mr Coolidge has returned to private never lived in a double Tattt advantage of the LowCost OneWay Coach xcur lons any fetntt In California Arizona New Mexico Nerada Utah Zt fate FROM MASON C1TT Tlckt Is en xalc to April JOIh In clulve Dednlle limeurine schedules wldl every anvrance safety ipeed comfort ud reliability You have awMe choice at direct romea any one al which tabei yop ikroiurk cotarfal scenic aid ktstericWut rHf eqnfsrtable coachea rly ventilated and bealtd pci with wafkroomi aad aciliUes JfaJf IfTf CUUrat Get full information from J H Me Waters General Agent C O W Station City Phone 105 Xfl 26S3 Chicago Great Western tmmltp tcUct la WHICH TOR o EASTER CLOCHE THE CLOCHE so right for spring isnt quite what it used to be This year it has length at the sides and brevityin front to reveal a sleek eyebrow Preferred in Parymar and ballibuntl THE TURBAN is intricate with fans and is yet superbly simple Visca tricot is the answer to the sheer and drap able material that fits snugly to the head Black and colors THE BERET is for the young and piquant as it is with its fulness all to one side Light hearted looking and light on the head in the linenlike straw that is called bakou Formerly KilliansInc 27 29 promising for tie further experi ments of the beauties of motor ing In Florida will be set forth Thursdays installment of this let ter from Mr Muse Five Main Subjects to Be Considered at Engineers Conference IOWACITY March 27 The five main subjects whichwill ba considered at the Iowa power and industrial conference at the Univer sity of Iowa April and 4will be progress since 1928 conference power facilities in Iowa power as a factor in production power util ization industries and ex tension manufacturers in Iowa ac cording to Dean Clement C Wil liams More than a thousand engineers and industrialists are expected to attend the conference according to Dean Williamswho is head of the college of engineering It must be nice to live in a stato like New York where the two ma jor political parties are quarreling over the question of whether to re duce the income tax 20 per cent or 25 per Globe RECOVER AGAINST SCHOOL DISTRICT Awards Damages to Parents of Girl Killed in Accident ROWAN March B Funk state industrial commissioner has passed on a workmens compensa tion case wherein A E and Mary Quaintarice brot suit against the Rowan consolidated school district The commissioner awarded to Mr and Mrs Quaintance as com pensation for the death of their daughter Miss Lela who was killed in an automobile accident May 4 1927 while in the employ of the school Four Davenport Men Given Patent Rights DES MOINES March 27 Four patents have been granted to Davenport Iowa men Bair Free man Sinclair patent attorneys here announced today Robert II Bertram received a patent on a level apparatus Edward M Clark on a design for an advertising sign Harry A Knox and B F Baker on a Sale of Toiletries ThreeDaysThursdayFridaySatJday After a Jong winter your slock of toiletries surely needs replenishing This sale will make it easy to fill in and we advise you to anticipate your wants for weeks to come be cause of the unusual savings FREE A bottle pf Hudnuts fine jpertume Free with each box of Three Flower Face Powder at the regular price of 75c FACE ANDTALCUM POWDERS Ben Hur Face Powder S9c Face Powder 39c LaBlache Face Powder S9c FloraniyeFace Powder 79c Cheramy Taclum 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railroad grade crossing David B Conrad and V V Baldwin of El don on a latch for operating levers of car doors John Nelson of New ton on a combination washing and drying machine George W Oakes of Britt on a brooder and Adelbert W R Schultz of Clarion on a quick change pumpjack head Where is the inventor of the escapeless Transcript SNEEZETJM il warning that you lure cold k coming on Sideatep L it or throw it off with Groves BROIKO QUINSM LAXATIVE TABLETS Mw Spring Shades in GUI ETON Just Received the Gordon VLine Pure Dyed Silk Chiffon Hose with the Twin Pointed heel The Pair In THESESHADES Soudan Coronado Cymbeline Fair Tan Rachelle BhisIf Sizes MerkeJs First Floor MrsMaryBrownLewers Widely Known Lecturer is Featuring The American Girl Arch Support Shoe At The GlobeGazette Cooking School A SHOE AS GOOD AS ITS NAME Reg U S Olf Long Formerly Killians Inc ted hank con Lributej large ly to jupport of tha arch THE AMERICAN GIRL ARCH SUPPORT SHOE Has Everything Comfort Yes and morel A 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