The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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Win Valuable Prizes... Weekly RECIPE CONTEST SHARE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE WITH OTHERS YOU MAY RECEIVE ONE OF THE WEEKLY PRIZES $ 10.00 CASH PRIZE GIVEN EVERY WEEK FOR A Wl CIPE! CUSTOM-MADE BELTS BUCKLES BUTTONS BUTTON-HOLES Done Right Here ! and Service Parts. For All Makes Sewing Machines. Including Singer. NORTH IOWA Sewing Machine & Appliance Co. ALGONA INDIVIDUALIZED Look! We'll cut and shape your hair in an individualized style . . . set it into a brand-new, lovely wave—all for one modest price! Ex- perl beauty work of all kinds performed in our salon. FOWLERS Beauty Salon SEE THE NEWEST BUILT-IN Caloric COOKING UNITS On Display In Our Showroom Building or Remodeling You'll want gas (natural or bottle) built-ins. PRICES NO HIGHER THAN REGULAR RANGE Rapid Thermogas CO. Phone 16 Algona So. Phillips St. Cereal 'n Soup Casserole Lightens Summer Cooking Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHOUSES Summer is often one bin headache for Mrs. Home-maker and tin season boils down to the. simple fact that r.o matter the weather, she's still responsible for the preparation of daily meals for her family. While then- is actually no 100% solution for this, it's helpful to use familiar pantry shelf products in q-.iickly prepared dishes. ComlininK the ripht f of ids is also important, and what could lie more inspired than a cereal 'n soup combination, x Although there are many ways to go about this, here's one that beats all—and beats the heat, too. Called "Meal In A Casserole" it means exactly what it says;'it has tvcrythinf* . . . soup, fish, vegetables and topped with crunchy toasted corn flakes. Meal In A 1 box (12 ounces) quick- frozen irreen peas, thawed 1 can condensed cream of 2 cups Post Toasti«\s Corn Flakes mushroom soup 2 tablespoons butter, melted Combine peas and mushroom soup in saner part. Brine to a boil, stir- rinponcc or twice. Then add tuna fisn and mix liphtly. Turn into creased 1-quart di«h. Crush ceieal slijrhtly, toss with melted butter, and use to cover tuna fish mixture. Bake in hot oven (400°F.) 20 to 30 minutes. Makes 4 servings. 1 run (?•'. -ounce can) tuna ri '-' > I'aked Watch This Spot Next Thursday For the First Award-Winning Recipe Ladies! Send in Your Favorite Recipes Next Thursday and every week this page will contain ihe name of the winner of the weekly award, and the prize- winning recipe she sent in. The award made—a cash prize of S10.00—is based on Ihe selection of a recipe entry—not necessarily an original recipe, but one you consider YOUR FAVORITE. The decision of the judges is made from the standpoint that (1) The recipe belongs to the particular class of recipes for which thai week's prize is awarded (see below) (2) That it contain full informa- mation concerning Ihe ingredients lo be used and instructions on the method of preparation. Send your favoriie recipe to the Recipe Conlest Editor, Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. Please print your name, address and telephone number clearly with your recipe. All entries must be received before 4:00 P.M. on Mondays, as listed in the contest schedule. Enter as many recipes as you wish. Remember! A simple recipe—if it's YOUR FAVORITE— can win the S10.00 cash award! Do it now—send in your favorite recipe! CONTEST SCHEDULE August 11 — Hoi Weather Dishes (Recipe must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, Aug. 8) August 18 — Jams and Preserves (Recipe must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, Aug. 15) August 25 — Casserole (Recipe must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, Aug. 22) September 1 — Dessert Dishes (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, August 29) SEE THE NEW Wesfinghouse CUSTOM 30 RANGE Takes up only 30" Floor Space. Full-width (24") automatic oven that's miracle sen-led for any rack baking sureness, plus 4 speedy Corox (R) surface units. Only $229.95 Own it for only $2.52 a week after small down payment. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 ' Aigona Heat and Cook 'vim ^ Natural Gas Is: • CLEANER • CHEAPER • EASIER Lei Us Give Full Details NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Your Gas Company SUGGESTIONS To Use !n Mciking Your Favorite Recipes BISQUICK The Ever Popular Flour Red Wine VINEGAR For Extra Flavor Fresh Peaches For A Peach Cobbler Delight GRAPENUTS BLUEBERRIES And The New Cereal "TRIX" that's fruit-flavored It sugar-coaled SORENSEN GROCERY Free Daily Delivery Service Air-Conditioners Freezers Refrigerators Television Ranges — Radio FRIGIDAIRE Commercial Refrigeration • • • SALES & SERVICE Visit us today on South Phillips St. ALGONA REFRIGERATION Phone 306 Harry Barton We Can Show You THE NEWEST in MODERN KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Your kitchen can be a thing of beauty as well as efficiency — let us show you ! P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 E. McGregor Phone 523-W ELECTRONIC & DRY CLEANING (With Formula 886) INSURES CLEANLINESS AND SAFETY beyond the scope of human skill t Exclusively At ELK CLEANERS &L.Q.P8& Our Business is Growing Every Year • • • • t • It is The Result of FRIENDLY SERVICE and TOP-QUALITY PRODUCTS • Service Station t Bulk Wagon f Fuel Oils VIKING OIL CO. E. B. Carlson, Mgr. HONEY! Ut's "Eat Out" Tonite at VAN'S CAFE Where Tasty Food Is Always The Order of the Day ! Cafe and Drive-In Open Polly to l:Qfl A.M. (CLOSED TUESDAY?) At ihe Hiway Junction Just North of Algoaa Fresh Wiener or Hamburger BUNS Delivered To Your Stand Ai The Fairgrounds. We can lake care of your order — large or small. Please place your order at LEAH'S BAKERY Phone 1299 Algona We Specialize in the NEWEST Wallpapers and Floor Coverings Choose From Literally Hundreds and Hundreds of Modern Pal- lerni. Cowans wall pi- pur and floor covering liens are ihe largest and most ap-lo-dtiie in ink entire area I COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY East State Street Alqona AGAINST breaking cracking ^ / chipping FOR ONE YEAR four ID* pici*>, tfluf , foor iauCfn, tcmf KOHLHAAS HARDWARE

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