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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                tjj SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAR 27 29 8 I 1 1 EXPERT TALKS ON MEAT AND VEGETABLE COOKERY HEREl Bird Talk Is Presented to WaTanYes New President Presides at Meeting Club Paper Is Distributed A hike out In the open along the byroads and becoming acquainted with the many different kinds of birds was the theme of Mrs D H Fitzpatricks talk to the Watanye club on Tuesday noon at Hotel Han ford The reason that many do not I Know You cannot do better than at KAY SENEYS WATCHES DIAMONDS UnromantJc Subjects Fascinating by Cooking School Instructor know the many different varieties I of birds which frequent these parts is because of the hurry to and fro instead of sitting quietly in some spot to watchthe birds as they fly about and in this way learn many of thelrhabits Drive slowlydown a grassy road or walk along the paths In the outskirts of the city away from the pavement and the automobile traffic tf you want to really see the birds said Mrs Fitz patrick Many of the unusual birds which are about Mason City were des cribed Jn this bird talk and which are nearly always found in marshy places The talk besides being Very was also instructive and those who heard the talk felt they could identify many of these birds from the description given by the speaker Dr Stella Mason the newly el ected president of the club presided at the meeting The Watanyan the official pa per of the Watanye clubs distributed at the meeting ONE DAY CLEANING SERVICE This modernly equipped cleaning estab lishment can give you oneday clean ing service Womens and misses coats most dresses scarfs and gloves mens topcoats suits hats gloves returned to you like new same day called for Are your Easter clothes ready Are they clean bright and fresh Do they radiate beauty and style Have them cleaned and pressed by the ModelUnique and youll feel like joining the Easter parade ModelUnique cleaning service is cer tainlygood service never fails to make things beautiful always the same week in and week out You can always depend on ModelUnique cleaning1 At 104 South Federal The majestic music of the organ is reproduced exactly on Victor Records When plhyed upon the Orthophonic Victrola the effect ig to reolutic yon can almost SEE the organist at tLe key board You will enjoy attending the GlobeGazette Cooking School and hearing the wonderful new Orthophonic Vic trola with some of the finest Orthophonic I Victor Records Musical P M to 2 P M MUSIC CO Home of Steinway Conover Cable Kingsbury and Wellington Pianos at H Attracts Large Audience OOKBRY and housework may be staid and unromantic sub jects to think about and plan over day in and day out but they are being made vital and fascinat ing at the GlobeGazette free cook ing school as evidenced by the In creased attendance of eager and en thusiastic women at the second ses sion held Wednesday by Mrs BrownLewers at the high school auditorium The fact that a very large per centage of the women who attended the first class on Tuesday were seen in their seats at the lecture Wednes day is the best possible evidence that these talks and demonstrations are filled with real aids to the housewife Mrs BrownLowers ful fills all predictions of being a prac tical teacher as well as an expert in the explanation of new Ideas and new methods for the proper selec tionand preparation of foods The best assurance of keeping housekeeping standards apace with American progress in office and general business advancement Is gained in attendance at the classes Great strides are being made in home construction In better heat ing plumbing sanitation and venti lation Standards are rapidly rising in education city management recreations and even In more healthful attire for our womenfolk Mrs Brownlowers pointed out It is evident by the citywide response to the cooking school that house wives are interested to keep abreast of the times by intently absorbing the advice of a nationally famous authority on housekeepingpractice ingredients and devices to relieve the routine of housework The kitchen is the hub of the household and the standards used there make for drudgery or for pleasure just insofar as uptodate utensils and enlightened cookery prevail Vitality and health are con served to the degree that careless ness and lack of knowledge are dis pelled thru the application of ad vanced methods increasing the con tentment and vigor of the whole family the expert Declared The new recipes demonstrated by Mrs BrownLewers Tuesday were MEAT LOAF WITH DRESSING Two pounds hamburger steak 1 jjreen pepper 1 medium sized onion 1 istalk celery 1 cup cooked oat meal 1 egg 1 cup dry bread crumbs salt and pepper to taste gut chopper ltfiB crumbs In cold Press out all the excess water Add to the meat and other ingredients add the egg blend well with the hands Shape half of the mixture in a bake pan which has been well greased forming a hollow n the center fill the hollow with the dressing Place the remainder over and press down form into a loaf with the dressing In the center Bake about 40 minutes at 350 Dressing Two cups dry bread crumbs 1 teaspoons baking powder 1 table spoon minced parsley teaspoon sage 1 pinch mace cup soup stock PRINCESS CABBAGE Pour pieces of bacon 4 table spoons green peppers minced 4 tablespoons red peppers minced A cup mild vinegar 2 tablespoons on ion minced Cut the bacon Into fine bits fry to a golden brown add the vegetables and cook until they are slightly cooked add the vinegar and turn over boiled cabbage MADELINE CAKES Onehalf cup fine granulated su gar cup shortening 3A grated lemon rind 4 eggs cup wateror milk 14 cups flour 1 pinch salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon flavoring Sift the flour salt and baking powder together Beat the sugar and shortening to a cream add the flavoring Add the egg yolks and beat well Add the dry Ingredients alternating with the liquid Beat the whites stiff and fold In prepare muffin tins and fill very evenly half full bake at 350 degrees until the cakes shrink from the rides of the pan When done and cool put two together to form balls using Jelly Spread with jelly and roll in grated cocoanut Garnish with a preserved cherry PEACH PO5IBEBRIE Threefourths cup sugar cup cold water cup hot water 1 pint peaches pint cream yt teaspoon bitter almond extract 2 teaspoons gelatine 1 pinch salt Soak the gelatine in the cold wa ter dissolve in hot water add the sugar chopped fruit and flavoring Allow it to cool and when it begins to thicken add the cream which may be whipped Pack and freeze or turn out when set ESSENTIALS FOR MAKING GOOD TEA Use a teaspoon of tea for each cup and one for the pot Have the water Mad Boiling Hot Put the tea into the pot pour the boiling waterover it and allow it to steep for at least five minutes Strain off into another pot which has been heated SPINACH SALAD One small can spinach 6 small green onions 3 or 4 hard cooked eggs 1 cooked carrot 2 teaspoons gelatine 2 tablespoons cold water 1 teaspoon sugar 4 cup vinegar cup mayonnaise salt and pepper to taste Chop the spinach carrot and onion Soak the gelatine in the cold water dissolve in the heated vine gar let cool then add the other in gredients and mould in cups FRDDAYS PROGRAM GlobeGazctte Free Cooking School March 28 Lecture Subject The Business of Home Making Musical Program Demonstration Fried Fish and Fried Parsley French Fried Potatoes Pastry Mediterranean Fruit Pie Bridge Baskets Meringue Holiday Salad Marshtnallow Pudding1 Kssentials in Making Good Tea Doors Open at 1 Oclock Admission Free No Tickets Required High School Auditorium SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY GG Coking At 2 oclock at the H S audi torium Doors open at I oclock O D O Mrs J E Turner 404 Second street northwest Novel Hostess Mrs F J Olson 171 Crescent drive A Y R Hostess Mrs Jake Nagel 2537 North Jefferson avenue Sorosis Hostess Mrs N C Kotchel 309 North Adams avenue Current news Tunis and Tripoli Mrs Kotchel History Hostess Mrs W Earl Hall 22 River Heights Leader Mrs Stanbery Subject Oriental Rugs and Tapes tries B P W Luncheon at Y W O A Tusalnta oclock luncheon at T W C Get Together Hostess Mrs Thrams 1708 North Carolina avenue Roll call The Old Old Songs Afternoon of music Mlea Florence Energetic at Congregational church V G A club Hostess Mrs John Bnartz Rock Falls Tuckabachee Sunday school class of Methodist Hostess Mrs W J Pagenhart 112 Tenth street northwest at oclock Northeast Circle Trinity Lutheran Indies aid To entertain all circles and friends at the church parlors at oclock TriDeck Bridge club Hostess Mrs R A Laurie at the DamonIgou tea garden for 1 oclock luncheon Fortnightly One oclock luncheon Hostess Mrs W L Richardson 202 Tenth street northwest Grace Evangelical Missionary soci Hostess Mrs C E Baker 1404 North Washington avenue at oclock Dorcas society Iramanuel Lutheran Hostess Mrs Oscar OGreen 740 Fourth street southwest at oclock National Field Member Interviews Local Staff of YWC A Workers Misa Alice M Brookman of the national board of Young Womens Christian associations during her official visit to the local association over the weekend commended the work of the staff highly She left for Waterloo Tuesday Expressingpleasure over the local situation Miss Brookman laid em phasis on the necessity of Christian spirit and cooperation in the work of the association here and in her councils with the Y W C A staff the members the board and the membership committee on Monday gave invaluable aid In the way of advice and suggestions Miss Esther Baker general secretary stated Miss Brookman has been a field member of the national staff for the past two years This was her second visit to Maaon City T N T CLTJB VISITS TELEPHONE OFFICE Twentyeight members of the T N T club visited the offices of the Western Electric Telephone com pany Tuesday evening following their regular luncheon meeting at the Y W C A Instructive and in teresting information on the local system was given to the girls by Miss Priscilla Swann chief opera tor and others of the telephone em ployes The switchboard room and the testing and telegraph depart ments were visited ROYAL NEIGHBORS Royal Neighbors will meet at the Eagle hall Thursday evening at 8 oclock There will be initiation of candidates Y W C A OFFICIALS CONFER ning Judge J H Henderson of Des Molnes will talk and also Lynn J Erwin of the Royal Union Life In surance company of Des Homes A program has been arranged and every member of the I O O F and Rebekah is urged to be present Above left Miss Esther Haws Pittsburgh right Mrs Robert Speer Lakeville Conn lower left Miss Margaret Williamson center Bliss Emma Hirth light Miss 3Iary Sims of New York By LILIAN CAMPBELL AT1ONAL executives and presidents of metropolitan branches of the Young Wom ens Christian Association from 21 New York Pittsburgh Detroit Buffalo Brook lyn Boston St Louis Chicago Minneapolis and In Cleveland recently for a threeday conference on problems of the cities It was decided that the modern city is a hodgepodge of racial reli gious economic and other groups and that the function of the Y W as a crosssection of the city must be to integrate the various groups Integrate not standardize as 0r Herbert A Miller of Ohio State uni versity one of the speakers put it speaking of Problems of a Big City as Seen by a Sociologist Speer Lakevffle of Yi was one 6fTthospeakers Others were Miss Esther B Hawes Pitts burgh chairman of the program committee of the conference Miss Margaret Williamson New York secretary of the national board of the business and professional wom en about 125000 women are reached thru Miss Williamson Miss Emma Hirth New York as sociate general secretary of the na tional board discussed problems of leadership and Miss Mary Sims also of New York national city secretary gave the closing talk of the conference on the work of the organization In city i Booster Meeting of Two Lodges to Be Friday Eve It Is expected that the booster I meeting of the Odd Fellows and bekah lodge to be held in the Ort i Fellows hall Friday evening will 1 the largest of any that has beer held locally This is the last of a series of booster meetings conducted by O local I O O F lodge for the pur pose of interesting old members an securing additional members Two outstanding speakers will ap pear on the program Friday eve Members of W R C Circle Present One Act Play at Meeting The W R C circle met In the chamber of commerce Tuesday p m and after the business meeting a short program was given A one act play Judge Not was presented with the following cost Mrs Jennlng mother Delourlse Layman Mary Jennlng daughter j Lucille Pierce Ethel friend of Vivian Middlebrook Alice friend of Lillian Kropman Florence came after school to Louise Pierce Francis friend of Ruth Nolan Piano solos were given by Mary Jeane Crowell and Delourlse Lay man and a violin solo by Robert Dltzler accompanied at the piano by Florence KrumhoJt Mrs Edwards ana her division served refreshments Examination correction and becoming style all in our optom etry 1 BATH TOWNSHIP HOLDS PROJECT MEETING MrsJ M Ryburn entertained women of Bath township hei home Monday Miss Myrtle Johnston gave lesson on The Tailored Each woman made a small coax and was shown how to put all tallj ored finishes In including1 lining tailored collar and pockets i MASONIC SOCIAL CLUB All Masons are Invited to the Maf sontc social club which will hold II meeting at the Eadmar Thursday evening at 8 oclock KM n a Pit mr Soften hard water witn Melo and see how easyj the dishes are to was1 o wasj a dirty rini im leaves au HARD water combines with make scum Scum leaves a c around the dishpan Scum dirty gtaze on dishes But put ti tablespoonful of Melo in the dishpan Then see No tcuml Sparkling dnhes TfciL water delightfully soft and sudsy Use Melo wherever you want so water It makes the soap more effei five Wither without soap wat 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