The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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**' ( * (At * ~**^—*i-C i 11 '*jLa i - .•* ? i **•" i ->* i v M" J< *JB<:* * ",i£ t £" * "V.5 t, ' -i ' i^c- * 4 i.'^i.*"?a>-w•* t ~~^ ! \* 1 *~ •• =-1 "i «• •- i- t '•fffist'S." i 1 - ^T" f*>- J ^ th« 10 item* below lit th« ortfer you - eomkfar most important in ehootlng a n«w automatic washor. PRUNE MUFFINS Yield: 12 muffins lHcup.ti/terfo«- 2 t*p». grated purpoa four orange rind 2 up.. ClaM*r Gir/ fialtiv fomfer H ttpt.talt 2 <A»p«. tu*or — - Hot Soap economy. Take djb • check-list your Speed Queen dealel and see bow Queen scores tfie highest rating in satisfying all •' of your major prefer- ; erences. It's a sure way to % know that you're buying«// For free, write Speed Queen," a division of McGraw* Edison Co., Rippn, W& »J cup mitt X cup cut, cooAnt pruiM*. u*B 1 Itpi. ground mat* 6 cooktd, pitted 3 <4«p*. Morten in/ prune*, cut in taV Sift together flour, Baking Powder, salt, ougar, and mace into a mixing bowl Blend in orange rind. Cut in shortening until mixture is fine. Beat egg and milk together. Add to dry ingredient* along with H cup cut prunea. Stir until dry ingredient* are juat dampened. Do not mix until batter is imooth. Fill greaaed 2 X -inch muffin cups X full of batter. Top each muffin with half a pitted prune. Bake in a 376° F. (moderate) oven about 26 minutes. Serve hot. . If • the (nth ingredients In your home-baked recipe that make your things taste better; stay fresh longer. CLABBER now known oxclusiuuly tin? balanced lionblo action. Acid Indigestion Heartburn! _ . Turns hrinK you quick, safe relief ...because they neutralize only the excess stomach acid... do not over-alkalize your stomach or upset your digestion. HERE we aft- at another fishing season and already the Midwest Is humming with activity. For «omsce«; ery and peaceful surroundings will be most important and fish incidental. Others will race over long distances to go for the big ones. '- , - a . We thought ymt would enjoy these shots of fishing the Midwest and elsewhere around the world, Bluegill* and other panfish at the nearest pond provide fun for the most people. Use light tackle and they will fight like the big one*. Get there early in the morning or late afternoon Jo enjoy nature at its best. The northern is the scrapper. Pull a lure through a weedbed containing one northern and a dozen walleyes and the northern will grab it every time. For action and scrappiness northerns can't be beat. Camping out and eating fish fresh out of the water is a great thrill, and a canoe trip will take off that weight and harden you up. Of course most of us like the comforts of home and maybe just a little roughing it.

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