The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 12
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• ' r, • Pefer Piper Had Cinch Compared To Local Pickle Judges Burt Woman Wins $10 For Pickle Recipe When Prior Piper picked his peck of pickled pepper? lie could ml have had nearly such a hard time pirkle picking n.« did the judges for the fiftli Algona Upper DCS Moinos-AIgona Merchants recipe conlest. Like Mrs Heinz, we had 57 varieties 1o choose from nnd they were all excellent. People in these parts are pretty prolific pickle packers. After much deliberation it was finally decided thai Vivian Dullon of Burt should win DIAMOND'S UTILITY HOUSE > PAINt t-Algeria (la.) Upper DBS Mdines Thursday, Sept. 8, 19S5 Gallcn RED BARN PAINT 5 Gals. 10.88 DIAMOND'S URPLUS STORE-ALGONAl the prite fet her recipe for End Of The Garden Pickles. As the name suggests, ii is exceptionally seasonal, very tasty and Ihe whole batch can be made within the space of a few hours. Mrs Alice J ergons of Algona is a lady who made a big hit with the judges. Not only did she submit her Watermelon Pickle recipe, she also sent along a sample of the product! This had a very favorable influence on the judges and should be encouraged, we think. Unfortunately, there were two other watermelon recipes sent by Mrs Knut Oppedahl, Ottosen and Mrs Georgia Thaves, Algona that were so much like Mrs Jergen's that we didn't dare give her the money. By far the greatest number of entries were for Sweet Pickles. Recipes for 14 Day pickles were sent by Mrs Joe Kenne, Irvington and Mrs Sylvester Arndorfer. Mrs Arndorfer also sent a 9 day variety as did Mrs Knut Oppedahl and Mrs Ray E. Hansen, Tilonka. Sweet Pickles in slices are favored by Mrs Victor L. Mueller of Ventura with her Ice Sweet Pickle recipe and Mrs George Banman, Lakota with her Crispies recipe. Mrs Lauren Thompson of Lakota makes an Open Jar Sweet Pickle. Dill pickles are always a favorite. Mrs : Emil Bierstedt q>f Fenton uses spices and horseradish root in her dill pickles and Mrs Margaret Fraser of Cylinder has a recipe in which the pickles are ready to eat after 3 weeks, using a cold brine. Mrs Frank Sterling sent two dill recipes—one using grape leaves and one in which you place the filled jars in boiling water and let it cool. Pickle relish recipes came from Mrs George Gengler of Whittemore and Mrs Margaret Fraser of Cylinder. Gladys Barker of Cedar Rapids sent an unusual relish recipe. It uses ripe tomatoes, peaches, pears, apples and spices. Mrs Lauren Thompson of Lakota sent a relish recipe to be used as a sandwich spread. Bread and Butter Pickle recipes came from Audrey Frye, Algona; Mrs Emil Bierstedt, Fenton and Vivian Dutton, Burt. Georgia Thaves sent a Ripe Cucumber recipe and also a Mustard Dill. Mrs Arthur Trauger of Algona sent a recipe for Love Apples. That's what they used to call tomatoes, you know, and it uses small, whole green ones. Mrs Trauger writes, "This recipe has been in the Trauger family many years, originally coming from Canada.". There" was such a good recipe for Peach Pickles sent by Audrey Frye, Algona and Mrs Harm Helmers sent a fine Beet Pickle recipe. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, P'enlon has a good recipe for Spiced Plums and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch of Whittemore tempted the judges with her Fresh Pear Pickles. The prize winning recipe for this week, End Of The Garden Pickles appears on our special recipe contest page. The messages from the sponsoring Algona Merchants are also on the page. Next week's contest will feature salad dressing recipes and promises to be a big one. We already have four entries, but the deadline is Monday, Sept. 12 at 4 p.m., so you have plenty of time to submit your favorite salad dressing. Grace 2 Whittemore Couples Home From The West Whillemore — Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr., and Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell returned home last week (Tuesday) from a sightseeing trip which took them to Camp Carson, in Colorado, to see the former's son, Pvt. Henry Lauck III, who is stationed there. They then went on to Colorado Springs, where they met Rev. W. H. Discher who served St. Paul's congregation for twelve years. The Discher's son Norman is a vicar at Colorado Springs, but his father delivered the sermon which the Whittemore folks attended. They went to Denver, Estes Park and Cheyenne, and to Brighton, Colo., where they visited with Mr and Mrs Walter Brase, former school teacher at St. Paul's. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiclen- with, and son Lylc, of here, and Mr and Mrs Donald Hulburt, of Waterloo, were Sunday evening guests with Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke at Lotts Creek. Relatives and neighbors gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Sunday ev- eninc, to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Heidenwith, and also the 42nd wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Heidenwith, which was Saturday, and the birthday of Mrs J. S. Nordsteth. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Anna Dau were Mrs Tillie Ulrri of Milwaukee, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stark, of Watertown, Wis., Mr and Mrs Walter Bell, of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Frank Jurgens and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bernau ahd family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Victor Dau and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and family, and Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David.' Mrs Ulm, was the former Tillie Dau, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr., of Whittemore. Capt. Mary Kain, army nurse, who spent 27 months in Germany, spent the weekend here with her sister Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Jr., and family. Saturday* evening callers at the Loebach's were Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz, and family of Ottosen. L Among those who attended a creamery meeting at West Bend, Sept. 6 were manager Russ Medin, Alfred Meyer, C. W. Elbert, Victor Dau, Frank Kollasch and Joseph Loebach Jr., directors. Mr and Mrs Lorcnz Gade and Mrs Gade's mother, Mrs Anna Wehrspan and Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman, returned home last week from a ten day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs M. A, McCleod of Sioux City, accompanied by Mrs P. J. Fuchsen, and granddaughter Emmogene Ostwalt, went to Momence, 111., last week Monday where Emmogene will re-enter school. Mr and Mrs Walter Bell, of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs John Kettleson, of Algona, Were last week visitors with Mrs Anna Baas here. Mr and Mrs Verdcll Rusch and family of Van Nuys, Calif, are visiting at the home of MrRusch's mother, Mrs Margaret Rusch, in Whittemore. Many Lakota Folks Attend la. State Fair Lakota—Mr and Mrs Lammcrt Hippen went to Des Moines Friday and visited until Sunday with their son, Mr and Mrs John Hippen. They also attended the State Fair. Oth.ors from this prea who attended the State Fair were Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena on Tuesday, Mi: and Mrs LrRoy Hop pen, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clifton Buckcls, Paula and Mike, Saturday and Sunday, Mr and Mrs Laurence Lewis, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carl Gerzcma Larry and Kent and Mr and Mrs Carlyle Gerzema went to Okoboji, Friday, where they had a cottage through Labor, Day. Mr and Mrs Donald Clappei, Lucrelia and Mike have returned home from a visit with Donald's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mr: Roy Worley at Springdalc, Arkansas. Enroute home they stopped for a few hours with Mr anu Mrs Wade Ball at Wheeling, Mo. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter and family attended the annual Pingel Reunion at Oleson Park, Fort Dodge, Sunday, Aug. 27. Baibara Winter returned to Cylinder, Aug. 26 to begin her second year as Primary teacher. Rev. Gerald Ukena of West Union who was a patient in the hospital in Rochester for several days because of a blood clot is again at his home and recovering nicoly. Rev. Ukena is a son of Mrs Ida Ukena. Miss Judith Ann Ukena of Algona visited Sunday with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs William Ukena. Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland, Rickey and Donald visited Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Gordon Enyart at Prairie City and also attended the State Fair. Wayne and Gordon served in the Marines together. Miss Juaneta Lester, student nurse in Rochester, was at her home for the weekend. Miss Evelyn Bergeson was unable to begin her teaching duties last week because of the death of her mother. Several of Miss Bergeson's friends attended the IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC! The !§ CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, SEPT. 9th 1st Heal of Ccrn Shelling Contest KENNY HOFER SATURDAY. SEPT. 10th DON HOY And His Orchestra Ventura Lions Partial SUNDAY.ljEPT. llth The Idol Of The Air-Lanes JAN GARBER And His Famous Dance Orchestra Adm. S1.60 plus tax tot. S1.80 funeral services at Swea City last Wednesday. Mrs Cecil Anderson taught the 2nd grade last week. Mr and Mrs Robert Loge and little daughter are living in Mrs Alma Heetland's home. Mr Logo is the new principal and boy's coach. Fred Christ, Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mrs Arlowe Blomt of Ledyard Township, Mr am; Mrs Ernest Heidecker, Mrs Charles Hertzke and Ronald of Lincoln Township attended a meeting in the Burt school Wednesday evening for the Kossuth coun- tv Farm Bureau Resolutions committee. Monday dinner guests in the Herman Jutting home were Mr and Mrs Carl Jansen of Wellsburg, Rev. and Mrs Virgil Smith and family, St. Peter, Minn, and Mr and Mrs J. E. Smith. Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson returned Tuesday from a trip to Denver, Colorado, where they visited a sister of Mrs Thompson. During their absence their three children were cared for by the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson. Mr and Mrs Glen Wilson and family moved the past week to Elmore where Glen is employed Guests of Mr and Mrs Steve P. Powers the past week were Mr and Mrs James O'Connor and Mrs Alice O'Conner of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner were hosts to a picnic supp.'-M- Sunday the guests being members of a Neighborhood club. Mr and Mrs Henry Dontje were honored guests of the evening in observance of their wedding anniversary. Others present were the Maynard White, Arlowe Blome, Kenneth Busch, Don Krause and Roy Hinz families. DANCE TO Babe Wagner Bancroft Wednesday Sept. 14th Mr and Mrs Jack Wilson now ot Des Moines mourn the loss of their 12-day-old baby, Rodney James, who had spinal meningitis. Graveside services for the baby were held Wednesday Aug. 31 and was attended by the grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Hee:land of Clear Lake. Mrs Wilson is the former Franchon Heetland. The Mesdames Jerry Heetland and Cort C. RippenWop attended a County Legion Auxiliary meeting in Algona Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Curt Anderson of Chicago, 111. were visitors in the Ernest Christ home several clay?. Mr George Heetland of Clear Lake visited his sister, Hannah Heetland Aug. 30. Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby returned Monday from a vacation trip through the Wisconsin Delis. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen leu Sunday for the Black Hills for a few days vacation. Mrs Elmer Paulson started work Tuesday for the J. E. Ukena and Co. as bookkeeper until a steady bookkeeper can be found to replace Mrs Marge Richardson who resigned to be full time secretary for the loe.il school. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Sept. 9 ANDY DOLL Sunday, Sept. 11 DON HOY Friday, Sept. 16 VIKINGS Sunday, Sept. 18 7th ANNIVERSARY DANCE No Adm. 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