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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 7 1929 v EXPERT SENDS RECIPES FOR END OF SEASON CANNING Explairis Two Systems for Keeping Food 5Cook Who Follows Advice V May Win at Next Years Fair The fair is over and housewives routine has been disrupted by attendance at the programs or serv ico in the booths are bending their energies toward restoring the nor mal order Many of them will take this last opportunity to do end of the season canning before the open ing of club work demands too much of their time and before summer really ends Some ofthe exhibitors who won distinction in the pantry stores ex hibit at the fair will add to their their fruit witu a few more perfect jarsOther envious onlookers spurred by sight of the decorative prizewinning en tries wiH attempt to achieve the effects Whatever the reason a few new recipes would not be amiss Jeanette Boyer has sent some of her favor Skirts Are Longer This Season GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PEACTIOAL PATTERN AVHAT WE CANT WE CAN By JE ALETTE BEYER Some canning recipes please is the request which has recently reached us As my father remarks about his truck we eat all we can and what we cant we can But tven if we havent gardens the of fruits and vegetables in the markets now makes it pos sible for all of us to can Since it is little plants called bacteria in food which cause it to spoil canning simply means killing these bacteria with heat and seal ing the food Immediately to keep PATTERN 1700 A distinctive afternoon frock is presented today Design 1700 show ing the new vogue of longer skirts and raised waist lines The pointed vestee the long revers and the front skirt pleats carry the eye in a long line that tends to slenderize the figure Hubert Satin or silk crepe with very i Minn small dots has been used in making this charming model We suggest black and white brown and beige or botfle green and tan as new and delightful color schemes for the Bits About Em TO STUDY MUSIC Mrand Mrs J W Beck and daughter Aileen 128 Tenth street northwest accompanied by Mrs Oscar Davies 910 North Pennsyl vania avenue drove into Chicago Friday MrsDavies will visit her daughter Carol who has completed a secretarial courseand isworking there They will return Monday J Johnson of Waterville is spending the weekend Merriott Milligan905 North Monroe place Mrs F A Morris returned Sat urday afternoon to Des Moines aft first days of fall A solid color will Ier visitingfor nearly a week with also be beautiful for this model her husband here May be obtained only in sizes 30 38 40 42 44 and 46 Size 36 requires 4 yards of inch material and 1 yards trim ming Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of fifteen cents 13c In coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The fashion books is fifteen cents but only ten cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGa zette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City Miss Gretehen Carlson daughter 40 of Dr and Mrs F G Carlson Rock trouble For the hot water bath a lardpail or wash boiler or any large container which will allow circula tion of boiling water around tha jars will do It should have a tight fittinglid and ba deep enough thai drop in peeled peaches Boil gently until tender Carefully pack into hot jars and seal immediately Pears Cold Pack Pare halve or quarter pears drop into cold saltwater made of 1 table spoon salt to 1 quart water to keep them from discoloring When fin ished preparing drain and boil from 4 to 8 minutes in a syrup made of 3 parts sugar to 2 parts water Pack into jars cover with syrup Partly seal and process for 20 minutes in hot water bath Remove from can other bacteria In the air out In this I the water willcover the jars waj food will keep almost indef Many foods require blanching be fore packed into the jars ThI imtely There are two chief methods of doingthis OpenKettle Method This is the oldest method and still very commonly used The fruit is cooked in an open kettle and while boiling hot is packed into clean hot Jars which are sealed light immediately Only fruits and tomatoes are successfully canned this way ColtlPuckcd or JarCooked Method This means that the food is packed cold into clean jars and then the jar and all is boiled until the food is completely sterilized The flavor and shape is retained much better than in the open kettle method altho itis more HOSIERY MENDING By Merkels Original WcaveaRun System Only licensed operator in Mason City Second Floor THE MERKEL CO 12 jars means heating the fruit or vege tables in boiling water for a few minutes la order to loosen the skins and shrink the products so that they will pack more easily It also removes any last particles of sand or dirt which have been overlooked Apples wash peel quarter and core ap ples Drop into thin boiling syrup made with 1 part sugar and 1 pare water and boil until tender Add he grated yellow rind of 1 lemon for each2 quarts of apples Boil a few minutes more and pack into hot jars and seal at oncev Cold Pack Scald Tpeaches LO loosenskin Re moyeTskini and pack into hot clean jars Fill with thick syrup made of 3 parts sugar to 2 parts of water Partially seal and process In hot water bath for 20 minutes Remove from canher and seal immediately Peaches Open Kettle Make syrup of 3 parts sugar to parts water Bring to boil and and seal Grapo once Juice Uncooked PALAIS ROYAL FOR THE THINGS NOT ONLY NEW BUT DIFFERENT A LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF CHARACTER You will be doing yourself a favor if you adopt a bond plan It in creases your earnings and gives much more security MASOX CITY LOAK fcBXVEMNEXT W L TATTON Pres Ground Floor M B A Building SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT Wash and stem grapes Measure and place 1 cup grapes into clean hot quart jar Add 1 cup sugar Fil jar with boiling water and seal at once Invert jar for a few hours be fore storing The grapes can be used for salads and desserts Green Beans Wash and remove strings Cut in to small pieces Heat to boiling with water to cover Drain and pack into clean hot jars Add 1 teaspoon salt o each quart fill with boiling wa er partly seal and iprocess for 2 lours in a hot water bath Remove from canner and seal Immediately Beets Wash and boil beets 10 to 15 min utes until the skins are loose Dip In cold waterand skin Pack into hot jarsadd 1 teaspoon salt to each quart Fill with boilingwater part ly seal and process for 1 hours in a hot water bath Remove from can ner and seal Corn Boil corn on cob for 5 minutes Remove and cut corn from cobT Pack quickly into hot jars being careful hot to pack too tightly as corn swells Add 1 teaspoon salt to each quart and cover with boiling Partly seal and process in a hot water barh for 3 hours Remove from canner and seal immediately Peas Shell and boil young peas for 3 minutes Pack quickly and loosely into clean hot jars to within 1 inch of top Add 1 teaspoon salt to each cover with boiling water partly seal and process for 3 hours in hot water bath Remove from canner and seal Immediately Tomatoes Open Kettle Scald until skins crack Peel add salt to taste boil for 20 minutes Pack Immediately into clean hot jars and seal immediately FRIENDS SURPRISE KATHRYff WALTER AT BHITHDAY PARTiT Katheryn Walter daughter of Mr and Mrs E A Walter 617 South Washington avenue was the guest of honor at a surprise party given for her by a group of her friends at her home The occasion was her six teenth birthday Six couples spent the evening in playing cards and dancing and Mrs Walter served a light luncheon at the close of the evening Katheryn received a num ber of gifts C C C CLUB MEETS FOR DINNER PARTY Thirtyfive members of the C C C club met at the home of Mrs Mattie Palmer 24 South Virginia avenue Friday night for a dinner at The occasion was the regu lar meeting of the club which gathers for dinner every two months Features of the evening entertain ment were the musical numbers on the violin by E J Hoare who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs Klea Palmer Mrs Lyle Pickford Mr Arthur Pickford and Mr F F Potter all gave readings Mr Pick ford and C W Files talked on things which impressed them most at the state fair Out of town guests were Mrs Marty Kellogg of Nora Springs and Dr Palmer and son Paul of Cedar Rapids Other guests of the club were Mr and Mrs E J Hoare Glen will leave Sunday for Cedar Rapids where she will visit for a day or two with Mildred White daughter of Mr and Mrs White formerly of Mason DANCE Kinds Original Five Direct From Chicago COLISEUM BRITT IA SEPTEMBER 7 Bert City From Cedar Rapids she will go on to Iowa City where she will resume her work in the university Mrs Mattie Kellog returned Sat urday to Nora Springs after visit ing for about a week at the home of Mrs Carrie Felt 108 South Ver mont avenue Mr and Mrs H W Bristol have rented their home at 210 South Tay lor avenue to Voluey Hanson in structor in the high school for the coming year The Bristols will live at the Hanford Mr Bristol will leave next week on a business trip and Mrs Bristol will visit friends in St Paul for a time after taking their son Merritt to Faribault Minn on Thursday to enter St James academy Larry Woods of Waterloo re turned to his home Saturday after visiting several days at the home of Mrs Otho Abel 19 Fourth street northwest Jenold Pcdelty son of Mr and Mrs W B Pedelty 306 Third street northeast returned to his home Tuesday after a vacation trip of several weeks The earlier part of his holiday he spent in northern Wisconsin Duluth and Canada and from there he returned to Kansas ity Mo withMr and Mrs Ben Turoff for a time He came directly home from Kansas City Mrs Frank Sheffler and daugh er Katherine 1228 North Adams avenue will leave Monday foi De catur HI to take Marianna Shef fler Marlanna will enter James Mil Zfkin university there as a junior this year For the iast two years she was a student in the junior col ege Mr and Mrs Sheffler also at tended James Millikin Mrs Lula Ditch 528 North Jack on avenue and Mrs Elizabeth Baf fington of Clear Lake left Friday night for Portland Maine to at tendthe national R C conven Lion which opens there Monday j They planned to be gone about three j weeks Bnroute home they will go to Washington and will stop off at New York City and at Boston Helen Easton of Garner will re turn to her homo Sunday afternoon after visiting since Tuesday with Miss Marguerite Luetenegger who has been young peoples secre tary and parish visitor of the First Methodist church here for two years will give up her work Sun day preparatory to leaving Mason City Thursday She will go to Mount Vernon to enter school Miss Luetenegger expects to study music specializing in voice She will have a part time position as social secretary of the college Before coming to Mason City Miss Luetenegger studied at the National Bible Training school at Des Moines from which institution she was graduated At the same time she took music at Drake uni versity Later she served as an evangelistic singer for two years Miss LuetQnegger has been ex tensively entertained at family din ners and breakfasts as well as at pbrties The most recent affair was a handkerchief shower given her Thursday night by the young people of the junior choir following re hearsal Will meet in the Assembly room of the courthouse at 8 oclock FRIDAY Central Lutheran Ladies Guild Will hold a lucky Friday the thirteenth social at the church in the afternon and evening Jackson Roosevelt PreSchcol circle Will meet at at Roosevelt school General Ladles Aid First Methodist church Will nieet at the church for a 1 oclock luncheon TUSALATA CLUB HOLDS FIRST MEETING The Tusalata club held its first meeting of the year Thursday at for supper The meeting was held at the Y W C A with about 30 present Emily Klesmier and Ruth Moravic were elected captains of the to work on the mem bership drive which started Thurs day and will end Oct 10 The next meeting of the club will be Tuesday Sept 10 when Tusalata T N T and the Young Womens council will hold a joint meeting Clubs Will Hear Conference Report at Joint Session A jointmeeting of the Tusalata and T N T clubs and the Young Womens council will be held at the Y W C A Tuesday evening The affair willbe a dinner at The principal event on the eve nings program will be a dramatiza tion of life at theLake Okoboji con ference this summer Four of the girls who attended the conference will take part They are Mabel Els tron Nora Paktor Marie Lieber and Irene Ward The dramatiza tion will be given In seven scenes All members of the three organ izations may attend and the public is invited Reservations may be made with Mary GUI orat the Y W office up until 10 oclock Tues day morning Children With Matches Set Old Barn on Fire Children playing with matches 5n the hayloft set an old barn afiru at 671 First street southeast at oclock Saturday morning Only a slight amount of damage was done as neighbors summoned firemen who were able to put out the blaze with their booster water line Social Calendar forNext Week MONDAY Presbyterian Wili hold a covered dish supper in the church parlors Hostesses Mrs Ray Mettler Mrs William son Devotionals will be led by MrsDavies Ben Hur hold a special meeting in the directors room at the First Na tional bank at 8 oclock TA E Will not meet The meeting has been postponed until Sept 16 Vclotes Will meet at the Odd Fellows hall at 8 oclock The drill team will practice Refreshments will be served TUESDAY Wutanyc Will meet for luncheon ats the Hanford at Country Will have the regular bridge party in the afternoon Ovveso SOW GRASS SEED NOW To make that smooth velvety lawn next spring you should sow grass seed now be fore the cold damp nights come on We have the old reliable Vaughn Seed for shady or sunny places PHONE 55 Herman M Knudson Prop ASK ABOUT OUR FREE LANDSCAPE SERVICE COURTESY AND IATISPACTIOH WITH EVERY PURCHASE Pointed and Novelty Perfect First Quality In New Shades Suntan Breeze Sunblush French Nude Gun Metal Mys tery Allure Almora E tar glow Bare skin Mirage and White Sizes 2 to Mr and Mrs W J Holahan 821 North Adams avenue Charles Price civil service exam iner at the postoffice left Saturday for a two weeks vacation Horace Arquette 910 Washington avenue left this weekj church Will meet with Mrs Harry Rus sell 436 Twentyfourth street southwest in the afternoon go Igo Will meet with Christine Larson 221 South Monroe avenue in the evening North Martini Society Immanucl Lutheran end for St Cloud Minn to bring Mrs Arquette home She hag been visiting their new grandchild in St Cloud Mr and Mrs Earl Dean living southeast of Mason City left Sat urday morning for a motor trip to Yellowstone park and other points in that region They may return by way of Denver Mrs George Gallup and son Alex Miller left Saturday afternoon for their home in Des Moines after vis iting in Mason City since Tuesday night Mrs Gallups mother Mrs Ola B Miller accompanied them to Des Moines BIRTH CERTIFICATES Birth certificates filed at the of fice of the clerk included the fol lowing Donnl Edward son of Mr and Mrs Rusben Freese Nora Springs born Aug 25 Ralph LeRoy son of Mr and Mm LeRoy Simon Anderson 41 Twenty Herbert son of Mr and Mrs Claude Mondlin 313 North Washington rvcnue born Aug 29 Nancy Lee daughter of Mr and Mrs Roscoe Thompson 1646 North President avenue born April 13 Girl daughter of Mr and Mrs Grant H Johnson Rock Falls Oliver Elwinson of Mr and Mrj Claude E Kisner Manly born March 21 Frank Joseph son of Mr nnrl Mrs Jobn Martin HoveJ Plymouth born Aug 15 James Lcland son of Mr nivl Mrs James Lawrence Potter Plym outh born July 26 Phyllis Louise daughter of Mr and Mrs Clavln Lorenzo Willfonl Plymouth born July 9 Margaret May daughter of Mr and Mrs Oswald B Strand Plyni Will meet with Miss Hazel Walls kog 107 Twentyninth street southwest at 3 oclock Joint Tusalata Young Womens council and T N T clubs at at the Y W C A WEDNESDAY Presbyterian Ladies Will meet in the church parlors Hostesses Mrs Lewis Wilson Mrs Gustafson Mrs Loos En tertainment Mrs Richardson Mrs Johnson Central Lutheran Ladies Will meet at in the church parlors Mrs R W Keliar and Mrs Francis Beneke will be hos tesses Social Hour clubr Will meet with Mrs Ralph Dunn southeast of town in the after noon Jefferson Child Study Will not meet this week The meetinc has been postponed un til Sept 18 Mrs George Do Groot 832 Third street southeast hostess BInsonic Social Will hold a party at the Clear Lake country club beginning at Lndies Alii Immnmicl Lutheran Will meet pt the church at Hostesses are Mrs Nels OGrenn and Mrs August OGrcen Itosu riiilllps circle Trinity Luth eran Ladies Will meet with Mra Ethel Sltol land 41 n Kifjhteenth street south east at L IT G A Will moot with Mrs Paul Matzen Trlrork Bridge Will meet with Mrs Earl Kehm 15 South Georgia avenue at 2 outh born April 28 Edward Dale son of Mr and Afrs Vernon McKee Mason City born April oclock Rnst Side Prrshvtcrinn Lading Aid Will meet in the church parlors at Mrs Sam Binr hostess Methodist Womans Foreign Mis sionary Will meet at the church at Tftc box onsnimr A U S W Dfixter A Radio That Is Different A radio that is exclusively designed and engineered to eliminate all unnecessary AC hum and line noises quiet in the extreme The beauty of the Majestic cabinets the gorgeous tone and superb mechanical construction make this the outstanding value in radio Enjoy Radio NOW with a new ALLELECTRIC RADIO ASK ANY MAJESTIC O OWNER FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Peoples Gas Electric Company FOR BETTER APPLIANCES   

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