The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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lip '••'.'' .'''I'-. . ' :'•:•'•'•• "•> 1 ' .% Win Valuable Prizes e*e RECIPE CONTEST SHARE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE WITH OTHERS YOU MAY RECEIVE ONE OF THE WEEKLY PRIZES '10.00 CASH PRIZE GIVEK EVERY WEEK FOR A WINNING CUSTOM-MADE • BEITS • BUCKLES •BUTTONS • BUTTON-HOLES Done Right Here!, and Service Parts, For All Makes Sewing Machines, Including Singer. NORTH IOWA Sewing Machine & Appliance Co* ' • ALGONA , SEE THE NEWEST BUILT-IN BOOKING 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. ; We Can Show You THE NEWEST in MODERN KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Your kitchen can be a thing of beauty as well as efficiency — let us show you I P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 E. McGregor Phone 523-W Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHQUSES MAKE A GOOD IMPRESSION With fine qyolify, „... letterhead* - letterpress, lithograph, engraved, offset. Upper petMoiiiw PUBLISHING ph*niLJ100, E LECTRONIC DRY CLEANING (With formula 886) INSURES CLEANLINESS AND SAFETY beyond the scope of human skill • t Exclusively At ELK CLEANERS Grapefruit {Grand Garnish For Fish Thi3 summer you'll probably be having fish more often. There are more varieties available every place now, frozen, 'fresh', jo? canned, and there are ever so many ways to prepare and serve this tender, nutritious food. Since fish is usually bland, it needs a zesty garnish, and one of the best taste additions is the citrus family. Now that hoth cajmed and frozen Florida grapefruit sections are available here and so economical, team these two good buys and enjoy grapefruit in a new i s ole. Just 'heated through, you'll find juicy, frozen Florida grapefruit sections perk up the flavor of fish. And, lest the thought of a broiled fish dinner deter you, try the newest trick with aluminum foill-spread a sheet of it over your broiler rack, place fish on the foil, and;\vs<ijn yp.u'vu finished cooking, simply wrap up the foil and discard—no greasy mess ' clean upl ^ , or , . ,-..>'-. ...,(•,••. , '. '..'<• -' . •;. ; To prepare fish: ' ~ ' , Use fresh or frozen fillets or 1 %-inch thick steaks or split medium fish. Place fish on aluminum foil on broiler pan. Brush with melted butter; sprinkle with paprika. Place in broiler 2 inches below medium heat. Broil until fish is easily flaked and moist, 10 to 12-minutes for fillets, 8 minutes on each side for steaks and five minutes on each side for split fish. Three minutes before fish is cooked,'place grapefruit sections on top; continue broiling until fish is cooked.. j Prize Winning Recipes 1 cup rolled oats 2 cup sifted flour „ 2Vi teaspoon baking powder '/2 teaspoon soda 1 \'\ teaspoon salt */2 cup sugar OATEN BREAD By Theresa Thilges, Algona 1V4 sour milk 2 'tablespoon shortening 1 cup drained diced cooked prunes Vz cup chopped nuts Turn oven-to 350 degrees F. Grease well a broad pan 9x5x3 in. Mix, and sift together flour, baking powder, soda, salt, sugar and rolled oats. Cut prunes in half, dice remainder, chop nuts. Add melted shortening to sour milk. Stir milk and shortening into flour mixture just enough to moisten. Add prunes and nuts. Pour into greased bread pan. Place prunes and nuts (halves) on top. Place in oven and bake for about 50 minutes. * PEANUT BUTTER BREAD (One Loaf) ' By Mrs Joseph Strobbe, Algona 1 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup granulated sugar r l /2 cups .milk Cut peanut butter into sifted dry ingredients with pastry blender. Add milk and mix quickly. Place in well-greased bread pan and bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes. Vz cup peanut butter 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder Our Business is Growing Every Year It is The Result of FRIENDLY SERVICE • and TOP-QUALITY PRODUCTS • Service Station t Hulk Wagon t fuel Oils VIKING OILCO. E, B, HONEY! Two Algona Ladies Split The "QUICK BREADS" Award! Theresa Thilges ALGONA * Mrs. Joseph Sfrobbe ALGONA We didn't know it was going to happen . . . but the mailman dumped a full sack of recipes for ''fcuick Breads" on our counter . . .in fact, it proved to be one of the most popular classifications yet! There were recipes and recipes, mighty good ones ... and they are described in more delaU in GRACE'S "Recipe Round-up" -column for the reading pleasure of the thousands of good cooks in this area. Theresa Thilges and Mrs Joseph Slrobbe jointly took the first award, and each is being mailed a check for $5,00. The "Quick Breads" recipes sent in by these two ladies are given in detail on this page. • ' ; • Now that the holiday and entertaining season is approaching; next week's classification in the Algona Merchants- Upper Des Moines Recipe Contest should prove highly popular, also. It calls for dishes for serving "buffet style" — and naturally, that cook's topic is pretty wide and varied. Send in your best! Send in your favorite recipe (or more than one) to the Recipe Contest Editor, Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. Please print your name and address clearly with your recipe. All entries must be in by 4:00 p.m. on Mondays, as listed below. Let's see what you ladies can bring forth on "BUFFET!" It should be a good onel CONTEST SCHEDULE October 27 — Buffet (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M.,'Monday, Oct. 24) November 3 — Cookies (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M., Monday, Oct. 31. November 10 — Ways to Use Thanks-' giving Leftovers. (Recipes must be received by 4:00 P.M., Monday, Nov. 7. Let's "Edf Out" . Tonite at VAN'S CAFE Where Tasty Food Is Always The Older pf the Day J Gqf« and Prive-|n Open Dgi|y \g j:OQ TWE S.OAY5) je HJway North gf 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. ALSp MANY OTHER GOQDIES LEAH'S BAKERY East Sid. Courthouse S<jua« Wistitighouse CUstQM 30 RANGE Takes up- only; 30" Floor Space, h (24;oautomat!c oven thcjrY , mfrdcfc sealed for bny rack • j baking ' sGrenest, plu« 4 speedy Cor'ox (RV surface units. ibnly $229.95 Own it for only. $2.52 a week after small down • payment. BEECHER APPLIANCES y .•',«• • . -•; Algona •v',;.:'.,".... r . .-...,,MI, Ph'(?ne;778 ; ' Heat and Cook Natural Ga« Is: ' • CIEANER • CHEAPER • EASIER l*t Us Give-Full Details NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 1 Your Gas Company We Specialize in the NEWEST Chaos* f rqm Literally Hundreds an4 |iuM*«ds 'of Modern Pat- Cowans w»ll pa- 1 per and floor covering selections are 1h « largest and rnosi up-to-date in this entire area 1 COWAN BUILDING SUPPIY 5»»j RECIPE! LADIES! Are valuable papers, records, cash, bonds, jewelry etc. scattered around the house? PROTECT . theirii from fire and theft with FIRE VAULTS As Low As $19.50 See At The UPPER DBS MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Phone 11OP 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 PERFECTION HEATER III exclusive "Midget" Pilot bumf orcr 40 HOURS on a gallon of oil. With a thermostat that never forgcis. you s»ve even mote fu«L Ao4 Perfection's a beauty yov'U be pioud of ia wors w*/* thje 990. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE

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