The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 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 WINNING FAVORITE RECIPE! CUSTOM-MADE BELTS BUCKLES BUTTONS BUTTON-HOLES Done Right Here ! and Service Parts, Tor All Makes Sewing Machines, Including Singer. NORTH IOWA Sewing Machine & Appliance Co, ALGONA 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. Food Sense — Not Nonsense We Can Show You THE NEWEST in MODERN KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Your kitchen can be a thing oi beauty as well as efficiency — let us ihow you I P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 E, McGregor Phone S23-W MAKE A GOOD IMPRESSION With fine quality, distinctive letterheads — letterpress, lithograph, engraved, offset. Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHOUSES E LECTRONIC DRY CLEANING (With Formula 886) INSURES CLEANLINESS AND SAFETY beyond the scppe of human skill t f«clu*ively At ELK CLEANERS ALGONA Like Mother, Like Daughter Where do many R-irls, junior and senior high school age, pet their ideas about food? The question long has concerned many parents and scientists. Some of the answers apparently are to be found at home. Studies conducted at Iowa State College report a striking similarity betv.-con lood likes and dislikes of older women and early teen-age jrirls. The shortcomings of the diets of these two generations are so much alikr —- ike mother, like daughter— that il may be assumed that adult food habits begin about the junior hiijh years. What happens is, that about this time, some girls decide to be independent about food. Sometimes, too, in the desire to be grown-up, they "kick over the parental traces" and pick a freak diet. What help is at hand for the mother who doubtlessly rccofrrmes this as one more adolescent characteristic? She can beg-in with the m-d- day school lunch either carried from home or purchased at school, its requirements are met in the Type A Lunch in this way: a serving of protein-rich food; three-fourths cup vegetables and, "or fruits; one portion enriched or whole grain bread: two teaspoons butter or fortified margarine and one-half pint milk. This lunch furnishes one-third of the day's nutritional needs of a 12- to Ifi-year old girl. Many mothers very wisely take into consideration the school lunch when planning family meals, noting menus sent home by the. school. Ihese frequently offer her adventuz-e in sen-ing: new foods, which add variety to family meals. Mothers want to help thrir daughters grow into healthv your," women. As to what foods should be ratcn in sedition to the jroori 1i u 'I 1 ' 1 " 1 - thc I'CFparch at Iowa State Colic ce tivcs some Ica<'* Although teen-ape girls keep on growing, many do not correspondinglv increase their calories, protein, calcium or other nutrients except perhaps vitamin C. Girls usually eat an adequate evening meal but often breakfasts should be more nutritious. Many girl? might well join their brothers in a well chosen after-school snack. This mjjrht be a glass of milk and a srencrous-si/.ed peanut butter sandwich Roth I'oamit butter and enriched bread arc excclleiu sources of B vitamins protein and calcium, PRIZE WINNING RECIPES HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN CHfFFON PIE 1 By Mrs. Albert Schwarzenbach, Fenton 1 iablsp. gelatin > 2 t sp . all spice ! cu£ b£? n sugar l '' CU * S S " ained " «*"* 1 tsp. salt pumpkin 2 tsp. cinamon 3 egg yolks 'j tsp. ginger ' 2 cup milk Soak gelatin in water. Mix sugar, salt and spices together in double boiler. Stir in pumpkin, beat in egg yolks and milk. Cook till thick then beat in gelatin. Cool for 20 minutes. Then beat the eqg whites stiff. Add '< tsp. cream tartar and 3 tbsp. sugar. Add half of this to the pumpkin and top pie with the othe rhalf after it has been poured into a baked shell. Or it can be topped with "whipped cream. WITCH'S BREW By Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Fenton 1 qt. milk ' 3 C up boiling water 1 inch stick cinnamon , 3 tbsp. instant coffee 2 ts P' V *™U* 2 squares sweet chocolate Few grains salt Scald milk with cinnamon and coffee. Melt chocolate in boiling water and mix with milk. Heat thoroughly, add vanilla and salt. Whisk vigorously a few seconds with an egg beater. If you prefer this drink sweeter add 1 tsp. sugar for each cup liquid. Top each cup of brew with a marshmallow or 1 tsp. whipped cream. Our Business is Growing Every Year • • • • • • It is The Result of FRIENDLY SERVICE and TOP*QUAUTY PRODUCTS t Service Station • Bulk Wagon t Fuel Oils VIKING OIL CO. £, B. Carlson, Mgr. HONEY! Two Ladies Place First As "HALLOWEEN" Winners! Mrs. Albert Schwarzenbach FENTON Mrs. Floyd Duncan FENTON IMooks like the folks around Fenton . are going to ha^e sorpe, real doings around the Halloween season"'.lor two ladies from there came through with the winning recipes in the "Halloween Party Foods" classification. One recipe is for "Witch's Brew" (and we don't know if you need a broomstick with it), and the other is for what sounds like a delectable Halloween party pie — or a pie that would be mighty tasty any time. The two ladies are Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach and Mrs Floyd Duncan, who must have a regular "library" of good recipes, for she is a previous winner. Each lady is being mailed a check for S5.00, and their winning recipes are given on this page. The Algona Merchants-Upper Des Moines Recipe Contest takes a little different turn next week, with the classification "Quick Breads". We know there are a thousand and one ways to make quick breads, as it were, and so it promises to bring in a flood of good recipes. If you have one, get it in — your quick breads formula might be a winner! Send in your favorite recipe (o rmore 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 in by 4:00 P.M. on Mondays, as listed below. Let's see what you good lady cooks can do on "Quick Breads!" CONTEST SCHEDULE October 20 — Quick Breads (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M. Monday, October 17) October 27 — Buffet (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M., Monday, Oct. 24) Ut's "Eat Out" Tonite at VAN'S CAFE Where Tasty Food Is Always The Order of the Day ! Cafe and Drive-In Open Daily to 1:00 A.M. (CLOSED TUESDAYS) At the Hiway 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 large variety. ALSO MANY OTHER GOODIES LEAH'S BAKERY East Side Courthouse Square SEE THE NEW Westinghouse CUSTOM 30 RANGE Takes up only 30" Floor Space. Full-width (24") automatic oven that's miracle sealed for any rack baking sureness, plus A 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 Algona Heat and Cook Natural Gas Is: • CLEANER • CHEAPER • EASIER Let Us Give Full Details NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Your Gas Company We Specialize in the NEWEST Choose From Literally Hundreds and Hundreds of Modern Patterns. Cowans wall paper and floor covering selections are 1h e largest and most up-io-dale in this entire area ! COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY East State Street Algona 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 DESMOINES PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona 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 Be Worm Save Fuel PERFECTION HEATER Its cv.'lusivc "AliJj;ct" Pilot huroi owr -lO HOI Ki on a gallon of oil. Wuh a that never lo.-j;ci>, ;ou 4-no even more fuel. Auii PCI lev iiou's a beauty you'll be pzuuJ ui maiorc w<t}a Lhioooe. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE

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