The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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Cooks Have] A Field Day With Soup Recipes b-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, Sept. 22, 1955 ALGONA Ends Thurs: "Private War of Major Benson" FRIDAY & SATURDAY CREATURE Vl* 1 *f:^nQlNfLSOM Starts THURSDAY, Sept. 29 (At the Algona) James Stewart "THE MAN FROM LARAMIE" Cylinder And Algona Women Divide $10 Bill Messrs Campbell, Heinz and others have long had the homemaker's gratitude for turning out good, easily prepared canned soups but this week the judges in the Algona Upper Des Moines- Algona Merchants recipe contest were convinced that for downright delicjousness. and infinite variety you simply can't beat home made soup! Again we had an extremely hard time picking winners. Maybe ;vou are getting tired of our say- jng this, but it's still true. Again «.'e picked two winners to receive t'.ive dollars each. They are Mrs Jiohn J. Button, Algona for her (j olden Dairy Soup and Mrs Mar- giaret Fraser of Cylinder for her F'rankfurter Soup. Both of these rbeipes are a little on the unusual sijde but they both call for ingre- diients easily obtained. Three ladies are on the "almost m^ade it" list this week. Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton sent a recipe for Frugsuppe, which is a fruit soup, especially good for the sick. The judges are all feeling just fi;0e. thank you, but Mrs Duncan's recipe certainly tempted us. Mrs Ei;nil Bicrstedt of Fenton sent her retipe for French Onion Soup and it is a fine one and Mrs C. E. Kollasch of Whittemore was almost in the money with her Salmon or Mock Oyster Soup. A good hearty meal-in-a-bowl soup is the Ham Chowder that Ekina Teeter sent us and. so is H,amburger Vegetable Soup. Mrs Francis A. Kramer of Bancroft sent us the recipe for the latter and since the recipe makes three quarts it would be good to have cm hand for quick lunches. Mrs Ben Reid's Kingsway Potato Soup sounds wonderful and for an extra touch she adds a little catsup Just before serving. Mrs Allan J. Bollinger of Fenton also favors potatoes in her soup. There were several excellent recipes for tomato soup, to be made tip now, canned and used next winter. Mrs Rudy Hildman of Wesley, Mrs Bill Ristau of Eagle Grove and Mrs Floyd Duncan, Mrs Allan Bollinger, Kathleen Bollinger all of Fcnton sent us these. Corn is another favorite ingredient in soup recipes. Mrs Francis Rowe of Delano, Minn, sent a Salmon Soup recipe and there is both corn and tomatoes in it. Mrs Ben Reid's Cream of Corn Soup sounds good and Mrs W. A. Ham- ADMISSION THIS PROGRAM 20c - 60c - 75c STARTS SUNDAY 4 GREAT DAYS BARGAIN MATINEES Every Week-day — 2 P.M. (Continuous Sunday) 'It's one of the great pictures of this or any year* ...and *s* ALL HERE! That famoot funny feud between ttM Captain and the crew— that frantic shore those lonesome nurses -all the lusty, gusty. "must see"greatne$s of OH HU* M A* FUNNY AS THf FUYI* . WARNERBR06-««««- CINEMASCOPE WARNERCOtX>R-Sr««|opl«»ie&PM«»^ TC* 11 ^ FONDA mond of Wesley makes her corn soup with a popcorn garnish! Cream soups must be the specialty of Mrs George Bauman of Lnknta. She sent recipes for Cream of Carrot and Potato, of Spinach, Cream of Chicken, Cream of Split Pea and for sort of a bonus Chicken Tomato Bouillon and a wonderful Cabbage Soup. Gladys Barker of Cedar Rapids calls herself, "a recipe hound" and a "sauerkraut fan". She combines the two hobbies in the three recipes she sent us for Sauerkraut soups. There's Sauerkraut Borcht. Sauerkraut Chowder and Cream of Sauerkraut Soup. She also sent an interesting history of sauerkraut which Grace, an old Kraut from way back, has appropriated for future use. Now that the weather is cooperating to make soup appropriate, you may want to make one or both of our this week's rize winning recipes. They can •c found on our special recipe page together with the messages from the Algona Merchants who sponsor these contests. Next Week they have ten . more dollars to give for your recipes for frostings, fillings and icings. Grace Burf Hi School Classes Pick '55-56 Officers Burl — Election of school officers was held recently at the Burt Community school with the following results: senior president, Arlen Johnson; vice president, Mary Carlson; secretary. Ann Lichter; treasurer, Ellen Stewart. Junior president, Norman Mitchell; vice president, Jerry Garman; secretary, Karen Lavrenz; treasurer, Mary Keith. Sophomore president, John Smidt; vice president, Roberta Hamilton; ana secretary and treasurer, Judy W o 11 z. Freshman presidenv. Sheryl Smith; vice president, Lois Lichter; secretary, Judy O'Brien • and treasurer, Wayne Christensen. The first copy of the Burt paper, "School Daze", was printed Friday. Staff members are editor, Ellen Stewart; assisting, Ann Lichter; school events, Alice Thompson; feature page , Ann Lichter; athletics, Jerry Carman; humor, Mary Carlson; art, Wilma Moore; reporters, Karen Lavrenz, Sheryl Smith, Shirley Thursday Thru Saturday ROBERT TAYLOR JANET LEIGH "ROGUE COP" — plus — STERLING HAYDEN "ARROW IN THE DUST" 1 TIDRWE-IN j •• * •• u. i. _ Sunday - Monday DAY AND PRANK , SINATRA/ Bros, promt* jpWARieCOlOfi -- Plu» tonus Hit — THE BOWERY BOYS IN "JUNGU GiNTS" wietert, Beverly Chrislensen, Mary Keith, Barbara Dremmel, Lois Lichler, Darrell Davis, Vernal Koestler, Claudette Seely; and the sponsor is Louise Knfght. ' W.S.C.S. Circles Meet Circles of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon as follows: Faith—with Mrs Merle Richards, Ella Sigsbee, devotions and Ada McFarland the program. Hope — with Mary Volentine, Gladys Hawcott assisting, Edna Smith, devotions and Mary Jean Andrews the program. Love -^ Harviet Black, devotions Inn a Doege and program Elsie Lockwood. Marian West ling gave a Surprise number. 78fh Birthday Mrs Anna Bierstedl on her 78 birthday anniversary, members of the Friendly Birthday Club went to her home Sept. 15. for a social afternoon. Lunch was served and the honoree was presented with a gift. Birthday Circle will meet with Beula Batt Thursday afternoon this week. Two birthdays, Anna Bierstedt of Sept. 15 and Beula Batts of Sept. 13 will be observed. Mr and Mrs Melvin Nelson and children of Blooming Prairie, Minn, spent Sunday afternoon with the former's father, William Nelson, and daughter, Lillian Stengel. M»s John Gifford accompanied Mr and Mrs Harvey Buckholtz to Des Moines Sunday where they visited Mr Gifford who is a patient at the Veterans hospital there. Mr Gifford is recovering from surgery of some two weeks ago. Mrs Mike Baer and family were in Des Moines Sunday where they visited Mr Baer who is also a patient at the Veterans hospital. Mr Baer is improving and expects to be home soon. Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews took their daughter, Rochelle to Ames Sunday where she will take her Junior year at Iowa State Teachers College. J. D. Jr. and Pamela spent the time with an aunt, Mrs Strothers. Circlo A of the Presbyterian Church will meet on Wednesday. October 12, instead of the regular time. Meeting to be with Elsie Dugan. Mrs George Becker will have the Study and Esther Rahling, the devotions. Mrs Clara VanSteenburge with Mrs Lawrence Chipman and daughters left Tuesday morning for Thawville, 111., where they will visit the former's daughter and family as well as other friends. Mr and Mrs John Emmcrts and children were Sunday visitors at the Jay Graham home. They came to see and help pick the peaches from a tree in the Grahams yard. The seed was planted by the Grahams some five years ago and this is the first crop. Most of the peaches were large ones and the tree yielded several full crates. Mr and Mrs A. P. Nelson <n Britt were at the William Nelson home Monday afternoon. The men are brothers. Roger Steward spent the weekend with his parents Mr and Mrs Walter Steward. Roger enrolled at. Upper Iowa University, Fayette recently where he is taking a course in Business Administration. He finished a four year enlistment in the Navy in July and has spent the summer here. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Bargain Matinees EVERY DAY at 2:00 P.M. • (Continuous Sundays From 1:00 P.M.) Algona Theatre We're Wheeling and Dealing AT BRANDT BUICK Tallest Trades Ever Offered On a New '55 Buick ! IN THE "BUICK SALES CIRCUS ToClimax the Biggest Buick Safes in History f We're Rolling Up the Biggest September Ever with the Greatest Deals in Buick History Stupendous Savings! Colossal Trades! 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No wonder the BmYk Sales Circus is smashing every record in the hook. Come in and see our parade of dazzling beauties — hottest-performing cars on the road-brand-new Buieks, all Series, all models, most colors. Point out the one you've yeaniccU'or-then you crack the whip. Tell us the deal you want. Watch us deliver. Bring in your old car-Dynaflow out in the best Buick of your dreams! "Yuriablc Pitch Dynuflow is the (mlij Dynuflouf Buick htiiltls tuddij. It in s>tiindnrd on Roaihmtxler, <>)>tiunnl at extra cotl mi other -Hurry, Hurry, Hurry to our Buick Sales Circus 105 N. Hall BRANDT BUICKl I Algona, Iowa

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