The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 19
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Win SHARE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE WITH OTHERS '• y ' •' • •. .... "''••• _,.''. .••'-.-,'."':';•..' • ' ' , YOU MAY RECEIVE ONE OF THE WEEKLY PRIZES 10,00 CASH PRIZE GIVEN EVERY WEEK FOR A WINNING FAVORITE RECIPE! 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. r..'.. ALGONA" SEE, THE NEWEST BUILT-IN 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. Freezer Facts PlYIDUALlEl Look I 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- peri beauty work of all kinds performed in our sajpn. FOWLERS Beauty Salon Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHOUSES Today's homemaker is a smart food buyer. One of her favorite tricks is taking advantage of "specials" in meats at the supermarket, buying extra cuts and storing them in her home freezer, to stretch her food ,, dollars. . ..••••.; But she also know^ proper freezing must follow her trip to the store— if her thrift-wise shopping is really to pay off. Thus she keeps in mind three important points about freezing meats at liome:'',,. ,1. 'Choose high quality meats. Since-freezing does not.jmprove the flavor tof any food, the frozen product will be no-better than.the food in its original state. •••••..• " . ,- . ,, ,£,-, .... _ 2. Package meats properly. Choose a wrapping material which keeps air out. When air is allowed to reach food during freezer-storage, the result is loss of moisture, accompanied by a change in flavor. The food soon becomes unpalatable. The condition known as "freezer burn" occurs when air enters the package. •-..-. One df the best freezer wrapping materials ori the market is the new plastic wrap made of saran. Because this transparent film 'clings to the shape of any food being wrapped, it is possible to mold the film closely even to irregular cuts of meat, such as roasts, squeezing out a maximum amount of air from the package. ' „ Follow this simple method: First, pad any bony edges with an extra piece of saran; then overwrap with a atngle thickness of the film using the "drug store wrap" method; pull saran tightly around meat to get the closest possible seal before applying freezer tape; tape and label. Masking tape which may be written on is good and makes labeling easy. Prize Winning Recipe "SUKIYAKI" By Mrs James Wildin, Irvington This Japanese dish like "slew",, but as it is an unusual dish it had better be known by its unusual name. It is a good thing to serve from a chafing dish. m Melt in a sauce pain a scant 2 tablespoons suet or butter. Cut into very Ihin slices across the grain and b/own i'n the fat: 1 Ib. fillet of beef. Add the following: 1 bunch green onions cut 1 inch long: 2 med. onions sliced; \Vz cups cooked noodles (in boiling water, until tender); l'/ 2 cups cooked potatoes '(cut like French fries); !/ 2 cup mushrooms. Boil and add to it: 1 cup beef stock or canned bouillion; salt and pepper; 2 tb. sugar; 4 Ib. soy sauce. Cook these ingredients gently for 8 to 10 minutes. Serve at once with cooked short rice. "Foreign Foods" WINNER I Mrs. James Wildin IRVINGTON A Japanese girl who married an American G.I. and came to reside in this country is the winner of the Algona Merchants- Upper Des Moines Recipe Contest first award for last week. . •, . She is Mrs James Wildin, of Irvington, who t submitted a , recipe entitled "SUKIYAfcr 1 -, 1 which is given .in- detail on this page. The board of judge; report says they had a "field day" going over the recipes submitted '.in the Foreign Foods classification. We admit that was a rather unusual classification, but the Recipe Contest- Editor wanted to see what dishes would turn up. And turn up they did! ... we didn't know cooks of the area could whip up such exotic dishes! - t Read Grace's report, which gives all the details. Then you good cooks can tackle this week's classification, which is very timely what with Halloween approaching. The classification is "Halloween Party Foods". We expect the ladies to really "go to town" on that one. Send in your favorii* recipe (or more than one) to the Recipe Contest Editor, Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. Please print your name and address clearly with recipe. All entries must be received by 4:00 P.M. on Mondays, as listed below. Let's go on "Halloween Party Foods!" CONTEST SCHEDULE October 13 — Halloween Party Foods (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, Oct. 10) October 20 — Quick Breads (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, October 17) | . < M| October 27 — Buffet (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M., Monday, Oct. 24) SEE THE NEW - Westinghouse CUSTQM 30 RANGE Takes up only 30" Floor Space. Full-width (24") automatic oven that's .miracle .sealed for any .rack baking surehess, plus 4 speedy Corox(R) surface units. Only $229.95 Own .it for onjy $2.52 a week after small down payment. ' '\ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES ?ho'ne 778 i, Heat and Cook Natural Gas Is: • CLEANER • CHEAPER • EASIER Let Us Give Full Details NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Your Gas Company LADIES! Are valuable papers, records, cash, bonds, jewelry etc. scattered around the house? PROTECT them from fire and theft with FIRE VAULTS As Low As $19.50 See At The UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 ' Afgona IWlill 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 JfUchen can be a thing of beauty as well as efficiency — let us fhow you I P. R, IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 B. McGregor Phone 523-W E LECTRONIC DRY CLEANING (With Formula 886) INSURES* CLEANLINESS AND SAFETY beyond the scope of human skill t Exclusively At ELK CLEANERS ALGONA Our Business is Growing Every Year • •> • • • • It is The Result of FRIENDLY SERVICE and TOP-QUALITY PRODUCTS • Service Station • Bulk Wagon • Fuel Oils VIKING OIUO. E. B. Carlson, Mgr. HONEY! Let's "Eat Our Tonite at » VAN'S CAFE Where Tasty Food Is Always The Order of the Day I Cafe and Drive-In Open Daily to 1:00 A.M. (CLOSED TUESDAYS) At th« Hiw-ay ^Junction Just North of Algona Give Everyone in the family a TREAT Stop in at LEAH'S BAKERY and take home some COOKIES We will have a Special on these and a luge variety. ALS.O MANY OTHER GOODIES LEAH'S BAKERY East Side Courthouse Square We Specialize in the NEWEST Wallpapers and Floor Coverings Choose From Literally Hundreds and Hundreds of Modern Patterns. Cowans wall paper and floor covering selections are the largest and most up-lo-daie in this entire area! COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY Stale Street PERFECTION HEATER Its exclusive "Midget" Pilot burn* over 40 HOURS on a gallon of oil. Wich a thermostat that octet forgets, you save even more fuel. And Perfection's a beauty you'll be pio ud of in uiof c w*ys l&M> 099, KOHLHAAS HARDWARE

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