The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 12
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Recipe Contest From Salad Dressing To Soup 4-A!goha (let.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 Class Officers Elected By Lone Rock Classes Lone Rock—Class officers worn voted upon in the Loiio Rock Junior High and High School with the following students elected to (he various offices: 7th & 8th—President. Sandrn Schndondorf: vice president. Craig Blanchard: secretary, David Weber; treasurer. Jerry N e w b r o u g h; Freshman — President. Dennis Schmidt; vice president. David Drpyer; secretary and treasurer. Janice Bierstedt. Sophomore — President, Mary Ann Dittmer, vice; president. Sandra Marlow: secretary, Janice Zumach; treasurer. Jerry Jensen; Stuaent Council, Carol Householder. Junior—President, Patti Person; vice president, Sharon Gardner; secretary. Donna Blanchard; treasurer, Judy Newbrough; Student Council. Madonna Marlow. Senior — President, Dennis Long; vice president, David Householder: secretary, Eugene Marlow; treasurer, James Peltit; Student Council, John Cotton and Joe Culbertson. Teacher Sprains Back Clarence Martin had the misfortune of spraining a back muscle Monday while shooting baskets in the high school gym. lie \vas taken to St. Ann hospital immediately and remained there for two days. He is a teacher in the local high school. Mrs Loon of Seneca, is teaching for him this week. Callers at the Martin home Wednesday were Rev. Nordinc, K. M. Chase, A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bailsman and Mr and Mrs Frank Dreycr. Baseball Banquet A banquet for the Lone Rock town baseball team was held Wednesday night at the Johnson House. There were 27 baseball players, wives and girl friends present, the manager and wife, Mr and Mrs Eric Secgcbarth and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz. Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the A. D. Ncwbrougii home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard all of Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller, Gordon and Wayne of Stanley, Wis. Sunday dinner guests in the Richard Gross home were Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and family, Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett' and family all of Algona. The dinner was in honor ol Gail, Nancy and Richard Gross, Mrs Taylor and Larry Taylor, all who have birthdays in September. Sunday visitors in the Clarence Martin home were Mr and Mrs Glen Martin and family of Cherokee and Mr and Mrs Robert Rawson and daughter of Mankalo. The Fenton Township Homemakers Club will meet Friday, Sept. 1(5 for their annual organization tea at the W. J. Cotton home with Mrs Ronald Christen- snn assisting. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow entertained as Sunday dinner guest, Mrs W. M. RoUerir.an, Mr and Mrs Frank Rotterrnan and family all of Elmore. Mr.- Blanche Rut- terman of Cincinnati, Ohio and Veronica Rotterman of Chicago Heights, 111. Mr and Mrs O. H. Storb-r and Susan of Fenton; Mrs Fred Schult/ and Dawn called Thursday (•veiling at the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Henry Kurrk went to Des Moines on Thursday of laM week and accompanied their son and family the M'.'lvin Ku<• ek's to Hartford, Wis. Mil- wauKee and Platter.-ville. They al.Mi visited Mr and Mr» Gerald Jin-del at Ci-dar Rapids. Mr and Mi- Melvm Kuerk and Cynthia rii'.ve to ('!:;; ii^ii MI, Sunday and v.-:\ed relative- tin-re M,- j).. m -.v Kut-rk took in t.'.i ball game Sun- dav between u.e Hiave., and Reds. Mi ai-id Mr--- Ci.,irlo.- Moi i is let! Wedin--dii.v !i.ni i,:j : _; t,,.- Oiii.ilia, In vj.-it Mr .Mn:i:.-' :-:.-te;- M'-• Keily, wh'i .- iii. Tl:ev M'Hinu.'cl l.n.n;e Thui-'iuv i-vi-mnfi. Mi and Mi- Phil Samue!>on «ni.t four daughters Ir..,-,, Madrid, Ja. weie M-,iui;.y .-veiling callers at the C. K. Nnrccne hon,.... _ Mr and Mr.- ilenry Hurt ol CViur Unpin- -pi-nt the v.eek'-nd v, ;n, Mis Mai \ Flau ;,,,-! b<,y, \>i nnis Flai r ;. -'-in n! Mi. Marv I"'!--' lot! ;iu- •..!;.;.• !n: r., lllp J'''!i'detoi.. C, .ii;! . ;,tle : p, nding a ''U day lui inug:: at i.-i!!:e. JJian CulU-rt.-ot!, C'li!tm\i B, ' n - WE'VE GOT 'EM ITHACA GUNS Advertised in this month's FARM & HOME section Western Auto Store rends. Alton Pettit and Bill Knoll left Thursday evening for Moorcroft. Wyo. to do some antelope> hunting. Joel Priebe was honored at a birthday parly Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Michael Lee. Lanny Kissncr, Craig Larson, Stanley Nordine and Mark Gritzenauer. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe and Barry and Mr and Mrs Merlon Larson and family were guests at the birthday dinner that evening. Mrs E. A. Lee attended a coffee party at the home of Mrs Lowell Larson in Swea City. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Helen O'Donnell. Election of officers were held with Irene Benson elected president: vice president, Kay Geitzenauer; secretary and treasurer, Maxine Meyer; Historian, Nancy Fisher; reporter, Patricia O'Don nell. The Lone Rock P.W.O. Circle- will be postponed until Sept. 22. The Senior Class of 1950 iiciti a class.'.reunion Sunday at the Dale Schroeder home. Present were Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Charles Householder of Algona; Mrs Eugene Pruitl, Washington, D. .C.; Mrs Jerry Toller, Sioux Cily; Roger Flnig and Donald Jensen. The Lone Rock Auxiliary met Wednesday evening September 7 at the hall with 25 present. Hostesses were Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mrs Roy Jensen and Tina Jensen. Sunday afternoon callers at the Richard Gross home were Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross of Burt; Mr and Mrs Glenn Krause and family of Fort Dodge; and Mrs Bill Gifford and Brian. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Raymond Bierle attended the P.W.O. Leadership training school in Gruvcr on Thursday. Friday evening guests at the LeRoy Klepper home were Mr and Mrs George Maybcrry of Riley, Kan.; Mr and Mrs Louie Wiedman of Newell; Mr and Mrs Leo Friedman and Mr and Mrs Bcnton Carter all of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited Sunday afternoon in Ottosen at the Roy Telford home. Mr and Mrs A. D. Kurtz and Roy of Polk City were guests .Sunday and Monday at the home of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mrs Anna Alke of Titonka spent several days last week in Manila, la. with Rev. and Mrs A. W, Sch- wandl. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer of Bancroft spent Sunday afternoon at the parental Alfred Schadendorf home. Fred Thomsen and son Bill, and daughter Alice, of Grand Fork, N. D. spent Friday at the Andrew Thomsen home. The men are brothers. Mrs Frank Drcyer entertained last Thursday afternoon in honor of Jo Ann's birthday. Guests were Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Florence Yager, Dawn Shultz, Peggy Pettit, Diane and Karen Simpson and Jae Drcyer. Mrs Wayne Miller and Larry, Mrs Herbert Miller and Marsha of West Bend spent all day Thursday at the Bernard Miller home. Friday evening supper guests at the Ronald Christenson home were Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Janet and Kennel. Sunday supper guests at the Wilfred Radig home were Mr and Mrs Glen Bertson and family of Paulina, la., Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis and family of Lakota and Mrs Rose Rahmstock. Wilfred Radig and Merwin Priebe left Friday for some fishing and hunlin'g in Canada. Dinner guests Sunday at the Donald Radig home were Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mr and Mrs Win. Boetlch'jr, Mrs Marie Drcy- er, Larry and Janice, Mr atid Mrs Dclond Boltc and family. Mr and Mrs Win. Schrader, Leroy and Wanda were dinner guests Sunday at the Elaine Saxton home. Mr and Mrs Carl Kylan of Chicago, 111., Mrs Minnie Kylan and family were guests Sunday evening at the Ralph Hammerstrom borne. Mr Robert Donovan of Algona called Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lillic Thompson ana Neva. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family visited at the Bernard Miller home Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Alfred Muir e«£ Saramento, Calif., parents of Mrs Howard Bierstedt are visiting at the Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner and Vernon, Mrs Rose Kraft visited Sunday evening at the Clarence Kraft home. Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona was a weekend guest at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard were Sunday dinner guesls at the Delbert Blanchard home in Charles City. Algona Women Divide Cash In Week's Entries The reputation of many a fine restaurant has been based on two things—excellent coffee and wonderful salad dressings. I don't know about the coffee making abilities of all the Kossuth County cooks, but judging from the entries in the Sixth Upper Des Moincs-Algona Merchants vccipn contest they certainly make good salad dressings. Any self-respecting leaf of lettuce should be proud lo wear a dab of any of Ihem. Life would be simpler for the judges, but. not nearly so interesting, if all but one of these recipes you've been sending us were merely mediocre. The way it is, the recipes an? all so good we really have a bad time deciding After figuring and pondering, the nod was given to two winners again this \yeek. They were Mrs John Hopkins. Algona with a recipe for Tangy Roquefort Dressing and Frances D. Grantliam, also of Algona with her Fruit Salad Dressing. Five dollars goes to each of these ladies. Special Fruit Salads Special mention should bo made of our other dressings for fruit salads. Mrs S. W. Nelson has a luscious combinalion of mayonnaise, cranberry sauce and whipped cream: Mrs Georgia Thavps has a lemon and orange dressing for fruit and Mrs Allan Bollinger of Fenton. a Celery Seed Dressing. We ought to have some sort of an award for at least lhn?e contestants. They are Audrey Frye, Mrs Georgia Thaves and Gladys Barker. Every week ot the contest they've sent severa' recipes, consistanfly excellent and only Mrs Thaves has been a prize winner, Audrey Frye sent us ft H:mr\v Dew dressing this week flint's good on either vegelable or fruit salads and a Thousand Island Dressing combining commercial and home-made dressing plus seasonings. Mrs Thaves' entries thi> week include Sour Cream Dressing. Condensed Milk Dressing and Fruit Salad dressing. Mrs Barker is at present living at Cedar Rapids but her "home ba.-e" is Swea City. She sent Bleu Cheese dressing. Cottage Cheese Dressing, a bacon dressing and a wonderful Chcfanad Salad Dressing recipe. As far as numbers are concerned the French type salad dressing led the fit-Id. Recipes using tomato soup as one of the ingredients came from Mrs Lauren Thompson. Lakota: Lois Trunk- hill. Burt: and Mrs Carroll Bran- sun and Frances Grantham ol Algnna. Catsup was in the French Dressing recipes sent by Mrs Vie- In:- L. Mueller. Ventura; Mrs Al- To Elmer Scheid PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Sept. 16 VIKINGS Sunday, Sept. 18 7th ANNIVERSARY DANCE No Adm. Charge GUY DE LEO Friday, Sept. 23 ELMER SCHEID Sunday, Sept. 25 EDDIE ALLEN No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Ian Bollinger, Fenton; Mrs Ervin Ulses, Burt; Mrs Peter Kirsch, Bode and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and Mrs E. H. Dreyer both of Fenlon. Mrs W. G. Flaig of Lone Rock sent an unusual French Dressing recipe. It uses a whole- egg as one of the ingredients while Mrs S. W. Nelson of Algona has a Frenchwise Dressing that is good on potato salad. Cooked Dressings In the cooked dressing department, there's Mrs Joe Kcnne of Irvington who sent an All Purpose Dressing and Mrs Otto Richter of Elmore, Minn, whose cooked dressing is especially designed to make use of those egg yolks left over from making angel food cake. Other good cooked dressings came from Mrs W. A. Hammond, Wesley; Mrs George Streit. Whittcmore; Lydia L, Jetters. Algona; Mrs Margaret Fraser, Cylinder; and Mrs Geo. Balluff, Algona. Gladys Barker, Cedar Rapids has a good cooked dressing designed to be usod as a sauce for ham or other meat. Turn to our special contest page for this week's winning recipes. There also you will find the messages from'the Algona Merchants who are co-sponsors of the contest. They have ten more dollars for prize money next week when the category will be Soups. Fall brings good soup weather, so pet out the soup kettle, sharpen up your pencil and tell us how you make it. —GRACE. SWEA & EAGLE Donald, son of Mr and Mrs Cassir Anderson, recently enlisted in the Army. Mr and Mrs Axel Paulson had as guests at their home last week. Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Carl E. Anderson. Morris Lee, Mr and Mrs Gordon Gillson. Deborah of Baton Rouge. La.; and Mr and Mrs Morris Johnson and Karma. Mr and Mrs Orville Miller and Mr and Mrs Louis Stcv.el visited their daughter. Carol and Shirley, at Waldorf College, Forest City last Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino attended the wedding of his niece, Marilyn Nagel, Sherburn, Minn., on Sunday, Sept. 11. IOWA'S WONDERSHOWPUCJ The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, SEPT. 16th 2nd Heal of Corn Shelling Contest SATURDAY, SEPT. JTtlT HENRY CHARLES And His Orchestra Alexander Fireman's Partial COMING TUES,. OCT. 4th The Waltz King WAYNE KING And His Famous Orch. Reservations Available NO We Will Accept At Our Places of Business, or Our Drivers Will Redeem, Coupons Issued By Any Other Algona Dry Cleaner. -K -K * Cleaners Dry Cleaners OPEN FOR BUSINESS Under New Management, Carrying Staple Grocery Items, Fruits and Vegetables, Ice Cream and Dairy Profiucfs, Cold Meats, Beverages, Etc. at Reasonable Prices. STORE OPEN 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. 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