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Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Burlington, Iowa Jim Zitza a mall a Quot a i i of j i a a a amp a a it a a of if Bil a a a Quot 1 l���s&&31 Reddy kilowatt food bulletin rubber Jar rings for 1944 will a m4� from reclaimed rubber and syntheses. No crude rubber will go into Jar ring this year. Steam pressure canner Are not rationed this year. The web has approved production this year of about 4�y.��>� pressure Cannera. Of these Job one Are the size holding 7 quarts and lot. 000 holding 14 quarts. The first water Bath Cannera to a manufactured since 1941 will be made this Spring for use in this season s Home Canning. The web 1s permitting the manufacture of a half million of these Cannera in enamel War with rack of plated steel wire inside to hold jars these canners will hold 7 quarts or a pints or 4 half gallon jars with room for at least in Inch of water Oner the top of the jars water Bath canners a re for tomatoes fruits and other a d foods. Home canners in the United states broke All records last season so a National Survey indicates by putting up 4,100.000,000 jars and cans of food. Approximately 24,800.000 persons had a hand in the Canning. This year theft a ures May be even greater and equipment plans Are moving ahead accordingly. Here is a summing up of supplies in Prospect assembled by the w a packaging and equipment specialists Glass jars and tops manufactured for Home Canning in 1344 will be the same As last year. The porcelain lined sine lid that fits the Standard Mason sire Jar will be with us again. Manufacturers of the commercial Gss jars Promise a Supply of Metal sealing disks to fit jars with smaller sire Mouth. The Metal screw Caps that originally came with the jars must be saved to use with the �?o63�?� disks. Old fashioned boiled dressing 1 t. Margarine or other Oil to celery Salt 4 t. Flour v top paprika 1 c. Milk or water to it a a of Cayenne 1 tsp. Salt 9 t. Sugar optional 1 tsp. Dry Mustard 4 t. Vinegar or Lemon juice 4 egg Yolks melt the fat. Add flour and blend. Add the milk or water and Cook until or drum thick. Beat the egg Yolks and add to them the remaining dry ingredients. Stir into tha hot mixture and Cook Over very Low heat May use double boiler for 2 or i Mutea. Stir constantly. This dressing is quite thick and May be thinned Down with Lemon juice or vinegar and sour or Sweet Cream. Mav be stored in refrigerator and thinned a used. Recipe tested and submitted by mrs. Clarence Cameron member of tha Garden club. 529 summer. Food preservation instruction books Are now available at the consumer a information Center. For household and cooking suggestions and for printed information upon e number of subjects inquire at the Consumers information service Iowa Southern utilities co. All information is free open 9 e. To 5 p. Each week Day sponsored by the Des Moines county nutrition Council red Cross health unit of. C. . P. A. Clubs personals parties Lucile Well Rich society editor phone 70 society i will co to girl scout school Church ii i affair at Paule Home lies Aid society of Zion angelic Al and reformed Church Vij Pon or a Twilight Tea at the Home of or. And mrs. Yvo. H. Paule 810 n. Fifth Street wed Eiguy from 5 to 7 p. M., to which a rends Are invited. Committee on arrangements is 1 a a reposed of mrs. Laura Rasche. a. J. Klein. Mrs. A. J. Paule irs Art Kelly. Mrs. Villars Wun a Onberg and mrs. R. H. Henson. Nearly 700 at annual Flower show three representatives of the girl scout organization will attend a National training school at Camp pin Oak near Kaiser Between 600 and 700 persons mo., june 8-14. J viewed the specimens exhibited at Virginia i. Francis executive event for first Baptist school yearly Outing for members of i it Baptist sunday school will be Neld in Perkins Park wednesday. June 7. Cavities will commence about n to p. And will continue through the late afternoon and evening. A Basket supper will be served at 6 30 p. Women s Guild plans quarterly meeting quarterly business meeting of the women a Guild of first evangelical and reformed Church will be held at the Church wednesday at 2 p. Dora Weinstein police Matron will address the group mrs. Elk Carter will play a prelude mrs. Henry Keller will present scripture and mrs. Everett fyn quist will Lead in prayer. Marilyn Berges will sing a Solo and the program will conclude with the lord s prayer and closing song. Raymond g. Nickols 815 n. Main Street announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Edith Mae to pfc. Wendel w. Wasson son of mrs. Mary b. Wasson of Sperry. The we edding will take place in june. Miss Nickols. A graduate of Burlington High school is employed by Bell Telephone company. Announce new swim schedule at Owca Secretary of the local organization will be instructor in charge of one of the 4 courses offered at the training school. The training school has been planned by the covered Wagon Region of girl scouts and will be attended by scout leaders Council members and Camp Counselor from All 5 states of the Region mis Souri Iowa Kansas Nebraska and Colorado. I mrs. Alex f. Melko Council registrar will attend the Council i members course designed to help members of that group whose Job is to direct and maintain girl scouting in the Community mrs. C. O. Tucker Leader and member of the Camp committee and mrs. Ernest starker troop committee member will attend the Camp Counselor course in preparation for serving on the staff of the Burlington scout Day Camp to be held in Dankwa Ardt Park june 21-aug. 25. Mrs. Tucker will have charge of All health and safety factors of the Camp and mrs. Starker will serve As Camp Craft Counselor. The second annual Flower show of the gardeners club in the banquet room in memorial auditorium sunday afternoon and evening. With just twice As Many entries As were displayed at last seasons exhibit the show at which roses were featured among a Large variety of Garden blooms was most colourful. The reproduction of a wooded scene arranged by mrs. Charles Stumpf and mrs. Arnold Zuraw ski attracted attention and offered a Fine Relief from the colourful Ness of the rest of the show different types of mosses and lichens and Many varieties of Wood ferns a Pool and tall Graceful Woodlawn plants made up the scene. A lady Slipper furnished by j. C. Pryor added an effective touch. Those who entered specimens were William Schaffer let Dia Goe cer Ami Sisters Pearl Keehn mrs. Ralph Anderson. Air. And airs uni est Hanson Elsie pc Schinzel airs. Royfe Riedel mrs. Al Elvin Mosena Nettie Clemeler mrs. Leopold Krie airs. Clarence Cameron airs. James Burlington la., Hawk Eye Gazette . June 5. 1944 Circle sponsoring party tuesday Circle no. 3 of first presbyterian Church will sponsor a Peggy Newton party at the Owca tuesday at 2 30 p. M., to which the Public is invited. Classics in Cotton Cottons step out in style this sum Mer and team up with crepe lace and jewels take tailoring once e. Jamison fan and Elizabeth Lily i reserved for woolens use print designs once confined to Silks and mrs. H. W. Lem Berger mrs. C. E. Make a big Date suits and gowns that go dancing or marching up the aisle. Stylists give Cottons a fling at sophistication by merging Gingham jackets with crepe skirts like the one pictured at left. There Are plenty of Cotton prints classic checks polka dots neat figures splashy Floral and All kinds of stripes that keep their Cool Cotton look and achieve sophistication through styling. Gingham the Darling of the crop does this in the red and White checked modified dirndl shown at right. Fred busses celebrate 55th anniversary or. And mrs. Fred Buss. 1209 Dehner Street w to will observe their 55th wedding anniversary tuesday were guests of Honor at a family dinner held sunday. The couples 3 children Albert and Carl Busse and their families and Marie Busse were among those present at the affair. Or. Busse 79, came Here from Germany when he was 16 years old. Mrs. Busse the former Louise Freytag of near Latty is 74 years old. They were married in Burlington and have spent their entire married lives Here. Or. Busse is a retired West Burlington shops employee. They have 4 grandchildren. Church youth Outing youth Fellowship of West Hill methodist Church will have an Outing in Crapo Park wednesday. A new swimming schedule goes into effect at the Owca tuesday r r a i and continues through june 21, Central Council will picnic Bethany league to have Outing Junior Luther league of Beth by lutheran Church will have a Iener roast at Dankwardt Park essay at 6 p. Sarah Mccreery general Secretary announced today. The schedule is tuesday 2 00-3 00 a children a swim. Wednesday 1 30 to 2 30�?adult swin. Thursday 2 00-3 00�?children�?Ts swim. Saturday 9 30-11 30�?children�?Ts class. Adult swims monday. 7 00-8 00 p. Wednesday 7 30-8 30. Central Council of the Pat will have a 1 of clock luncheon at the shelter House in Perkins Park tuesday. Old and new members of the Council Are invited to participate. Each is to bring a dish of food sandwiches and service. Those desiring further information May Contact mrs. Arthur wills or mrs. John hard. Johnson Paula a Inzer air. And airs. J. L. Gafford Henrietta Schin Zel airs. Irwin ellerhoff airs liar old Liller air. And mrs. Harry tro Villa. Mrs. Avis. Mrs. E. P. Eastman mrs. De Johnson airs. Carl Leopold mrs. Yvo. L. Lord airs. A. L. Dwight airs. J. C. Pryor mrs. 11. Wilke Freda Haffner mrs. Liat ten Sehuler Vera Lange Roy Frie Del j. C. Pryor mrs. Fred Gulden mrs. C. L. Eberhardt airs. Charles Stumpf mrs. Arnold Zurawski Alma Tiemeier mrs. D. Rayburn airs. Kiener airs. Martha barns mrs. Carl Stempel h. G. Shelby Nellie priest Nan Donny ellerhoff Anita Leopold. From Here and there one dish dinner from Carolina the Star like Points of tasty Toast 1 nov the serving and the eating of 3 favorite one dish dinner Carolina Wrolet the recipe for which we give inks to a famous Home economist. Here Sall you do this Home economist Friend informs us. Cook gently cup sliced raw onion in one Feurt cup drippings for five minutes. Add two Tablespoons flour and blend. Gradually add one half cup vinegar be Ruth cup water and stir until thick. Add three cups thinly sliced foiled potatoes. Turn into greased quart a Erole. Top with two cups cooked Green Beans. Simmer four frankfurters in hot water for five minutes. Split frankfurters and place on top of casserole. Garnish with onion rings. Bake in medium hot oven 350 degrees for 20 minutes uncovering for last five minutes. Garnish with tasty Toast Points. Serves four to six. Our Home economist adds this helpful tip. Toast glorifies Many dishes. Stretches scarce foods too. Fresh bread she says makes the tastiest Toast. Her advice is to get the kind of bread that will still be fresh tomorrow when shopping for your bread today. Pre nuptial party for miss Nickols mrs. Charles Houston entertained at a party and miscellaneous Shower at her Home 1301 s. 14th Street for Edith Mae Nickols Bride elect. Among the 14 guests were mrs. T. R. Nickols and Joann Washburn of Muscatine and Paul Heater of Wapello. V v v Farewell parties for miss Lindahl Alice Lindahl who is leaving soon for an extended visit in Santa Barbara cal., was guest of Honor at a Bridge party at which Hildur and Mathilda Gustafson and mrs. Arthur Olsen were hostesses at their Home on Lewis Street saturday evening. Mrs. Mildred Adamitz entertained at a supper party at her Home on White Street sunday evening complimentary to miss Lindahl. Among others who have entertained for miss Lindahl Are mrs. Joseph Popp who gave a dessert card party at her Home on Wapello Road and the Burlington women a insurance association which had a dinner party at Flint Hills club. Agenda club will picnic wednesday Agenda club of the Owca will have its monthly meeting in the form of a picnic in Perkins Park wednesday at 6 p. Members Are asked to bring table service a covered dish of food and sandwiches. Loyalty class to picnic loyalty class of first methodist Church will have a picnic in Dankwardt Park wednesday at 12 30 of clock. Each one is asked to bring a dish of food beverage and service. Meetings Spring Grove a women s society of Christian service will meet it the Home of airs. Clarence Breuer wednesday afternoon. Letter Carrier auxiliary will Convene at the Home of mrs. Esther Anderson. 811 s. Central Avenue. Tuesday at 2 p. If unable to attend. Members Are asked to notify the hostess. To relieve distress of monthly female weakness Lydia e. Pink Ham a vegetable compound is made especially for Nicomen to help relieve periodic pain with eak nervous Blue feelings due to functional monthly disturbances. Taken regularly it helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Follow Label directions. Lydia e. Pinkham a compound you Don t buy glasses As you do hair pins the wrong glasses Are worse than none at All. Don t a buy any form of glasses without expert Eye examination. Come in and let us give you that expert service. Pau a Paule jewelry co. 7113 heirloom doilies by Alice Brooks. The pineapple design makes heirlooms in Crochet. Start this Lovely doily set now for your dining table Buffet incidental table or tray. Make one or both of these doilies. Pattern 7113 contains instructions for doilies stitches list of materials needed. This pattern together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments 15 cents. Send 15 cents in coins for these patterns to the Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette. Household arts dept., 564 West Randolph Street. Chicago 80, 111. Write plainly name address and pattern number. Our new 32-Page needlework Book is yours for 15 cents More. 130 illustrations of designs for embroidery Home decoration toys knitting Crochet quilts Burlington Junior Hote a Ewill have a meeting in the club room in first floor of the Public Library tuesday at 7 30 p. Harrison methodist a women a society of Christian service will meet at the Church for Bible stud it thursday at 2 p. Bethany lutheran a Deborah class will meet at the Church monday evening. Committee in Chargo is composed of mrs. Edna tee mrs. Florence Nesius. Mrs. R. Faults mrs. E. Miller t. Kliner and mrs m Taulman. Women s missionary society win Convene at the parsonage. Tuesday at 7 45 p. Airs. R. Duerr will Lead Tabitha Circle will meet with mrs. George Brunken on Sunnyside Avenue wednesday afternoon. Flat Baptist a missionary Guild will meet thursday at 2 p. Tit society will meet with mrs. Arnold Snyder in the colonial apartments wednesday at 1 30 . Burlington Bat Road Veteran auxiliary will have a covered dish luncheon at the veterans Hall Friday at 12 30 of clock. In submitting names of the committee to the Hawk Eye Gazette for announcement previously those of mrs. Carl Eckberg and mrs. John Gohn were inadvertently omitted. So quiz mfg a Sofia the situation. You Call a House Telephone number and the Telephone is answered by a voice you do not recognize. Wrong Way say a is Mary there a right Way say. A May i speak with mrs. Wallace you May have the wrong number or you May be speaking to the maid and in either Case it would be better to ask for the person by her last rather than her first name Moose women meeting women of the Moose will Convene in Moose Temple tuesday at 8 p. Officers will meet at 7 and chairmen of committees will have a session at 7 30 p. Chairmen of membership publicity War Relief child care and training ritual and Hospital Guild committees Are to report. Officers will be elected. Paul Sowden has come from Buffalo n. Y., to be with his sister Bess Sowden who is critically ill in Mechy Hospital. Rosemary Reilley who has been attending St. Mary a College holy Cross ind., has returned to her Home 1410 n. Seventh Street. Group goes to Owca Camp a group of girls left sunday for a weeks Outing at the Owca Camp Camp Eastman. A capable staff of Counselor pfc. Stanley Swanson of the and Junior Counselor previously air corps has left to resume his duties after a 15-Day visit with his parents or. And mrs. C. J. Swanson and his grandparents or. And mrs. R. A. Stanley. Named is directing affairs at the Camp. Roger Swearingen is among the helpers. Campers Are Wanda Lee bouquet. Lovergne Bookwalter Charles City Patricia Davis Mary Hodges. Mrs Georee h Mathes and mar to Herstine. Martha Hamilton ivies. George n. Anaines Bonnie Lee Johnson. Elaine Kapple. Children Are visiting mrs. Mathesz hoi Ltd Latham. Marilyn Murphy. Parents. Or. And mrs. Donohoo in Davenport. William Gloria Ann Mcqueen. Bonnie Jean Miller Patricia Moore. Minnie Messer Dorothy Mcelhaney Saralee a a Peoples Gwen Pettigrew Beverly mrs. Stanley Grant has re a Redman Janet Reusch Bonnie turned from Mason City and a i Robbins. Odette Stoermer Sophia Nawatha. A. Where she visited her parents or. And mrs. J. Or. Mcculloch. Frances and Elsie Filakovsky of new York City arrived saturday to spend 2 weeks with or. And mrs. John Webster. 1101 s. Ninth Street. Frances Filakovsky i is engaged to marry the web j sters son. Sergt. Robert web Ster who is stationed in England. Gab / of if David Hall has i Golf class meeting birthday party Owca Golf class will meet at David Hall son of or. And mrs. Crystal Springs Golf course at Charles Hall. 1107 angular 7 15 p. M., thursday with Colin Street was Host to a group of Kidd As instructor. Or. Kidd will Little friends at his Home Satur Zografas Shirley Stang Martha no Glen Gertrude Ewinger. Dorothy Kurtz Juanita Vanosdol Janet Nelson Shirley Roberts Dorothy Lee Willadene Lewis. Meeting for Block leaders tuesday instructions regarding the part women volunteers Are to take in the 5th War loan drive beginning june 12, and materials for the Campaign will be Given out at the meeting of precinct sector and Block leaders in the banquet room in hotel Burlington tuesday at 2 30 p. Those in charge Are urging the co operation of every woman Volunteer in helping to make the drive a real Success. They said today it is most important that every precinct sector and Block Leader attend tuesdays meeting. Honor mrs. Warming on 85th birthday mrs. Marie warming 711 Sweeney Avenue was guest of Honor at a covered dish luncheon in which a group of friends participated in Celebration of her 85th birthday. Present were mrs. C. J. Warming mrs. Russell Michaels. Christopher Michaels mrs. Nielson. Mrs. Ringblum mrs. Klee its mrs. Klopp mrs. Hunt mrs. Berch mrs. Sorensen. Mrs. Ganz. Mrs. Schulze. Mrs. Erhart. Marian warming. Richard warming and Rheda warming. Of a is fresh foods fresh my minus will find plenty of fresh food chats plenty fresh to this new coolers tor 4-Way washed air circulation with ice keeps foods fresh and appetising vitamins Are protected. More than 250,000 users have proven Cooperator a balanced humidity if less drying out of foods a saves food saves Money full family size Only Low Cost too Mckesson a Arbolene Antiseptic baby Oil of Intel and 900tmin� Fini por Baiyi i tinder skin 6 02. Tottle Cooperator a me Pashto Aik Knue Katok term m Low Waldhoff drug store hotel Burlington Only $14 Down and $1.15 weekly Small carrying charge first icing free and free deliver in Burlington. Waugh Brothers a dependable Home appliance and service since 1916�?� 421 Jefferson St. Telephone 3469. 0hds amp Stamps play around the whole course and on the following thursday will take part of the class around the links. Glass Medicine bottles with screw tops make Handy containers for buttons of various sizes pins and Needles. They save much a a Hunting in the sewing Basket. 923 sizes 14-20 12-42 Day afternoon the occasion being his third birthday. Guests were Warren and Larry. Lunquist Sandra Leedom Janice Joyce and Stephen Swanson Robert and Billy Pilger Bobby Brueck Richard Tiebert Bernard Beckman. Wayne Gieselman Larry Stroud. Buddy Fritzsche. Jimmy Nuss Judith Ann Sharp. Judy Scheu Mary Kay Crossley Eric Larrv and Peggy Pierce. Marilyn Hill Cousin of David assisted in entertaining the children. Diaper is soothed cooled relieved. Often prevented by mex Sana the soothing medicated powder with ingredients often used by specialists. Today a pattern a Marian Martin. Make pattern 9236 in a Cool sheer Cotton Crisp and washable for the hottest weather. Comfortable Cap sleeves make for easy sewing. A Cotton week Winner. Pattern 9236, misses sizes 14, 16, 18, 20. Women a 32, 34, 36, 38. 40, 42. Size 16, 3 yes. 35-in. Cotton. This pattern together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments. 20 cents. Send 20 cents in coins for these patterns to Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette pattern dept., 155 n. Jefferson St. Chicago 80, 111. Write plainly size name address style number. Send 15 cents More for the Marian Martin new and bigger summer pattern Book. 32-pages, easy to make styles. Free pattern printed in Book. To do away with needless stooping and stretching when you reach Down to open cupboard doors rearrange the knobs. Move the knobs on the upper Cabinet doors close to the Bottom so you will not have to stretch and move those on the lower Cabinet doors close to the top to eliminate stooping. A her brighter with a in ittle boy Blu bluing Elnora matched set 84.75 engagement Ric in in vanity matched set 275 engagement ring 225.00 w 1r oct Zimt Itoi stolid a Keepsake Diamond en6agimint ring Means True Quality and value. High standards of color Cut and clarity make a Keepsake a a Wise Choice. Dea s. Fau Iea jeweler authorized Keepsake jeweler

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