The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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Cookies Hold Stage In Recipe Contest 6-Algena (la.) Upper Des Molii« Thursday, October 27, 195S TtL &UC. ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORMS-SCREENS e more long hours of changing and storing with permanent, self- storing Alumatics . . . once up, they're up for good! No tools, no ladders, no worries! You save on fuel bills too! Alumatics have automatic weath- erstripping for protection from drafts . . . keep heat in and cold out! Control your own ventilation instantly with a flick of the finger. Kohlhcws Hdwe. Ed and Pat Cullen NO STORM WINDOW CA'N B£ COMPLETE WITHOUT VELGLIDE. Please have rout salesman nil. I understand there a no obligation. Name ., Addrcu City Stale Phone ... Fenton Woman Wins $10 For {. '' • Buffet Dishes The problem of what to serve at a buffet luncheon or dinner has several excellent solutions, judging from the entries in this week's Algona Upper Des Moines - Algona Merchants recipe contest. Contestants sent in everything from individual dish recipes to complete menus and they ranged from simple suppers to meals of banquet proportions. Mrs George Jorgenson of Fenton is this week's winner. She gets ten dollars for her sample menu plus her recipe for the main dish—Cheese rarebit with sausage links. However, Mrs Jorgenson had lots of competition and Mrs Floyd Duncan, also of Fenton, and Gladys Barker of Cedar Rapids were close runners- up. ; f Mrs Duncan sent an excellent' complete menu. It includes a Delicious Lamb Casserole, a combination of meat, vegetable and 'biscuit pin wheels; a lettuce, avacado and tomato salad and a gingerbread, vanilla pudding, orange section dessert. Cedar Rapids Entry Mrs Barker sent several sets of menus, the most outstanding, in the judges estimation, art East India Curry; rice; mixed vegetable salad; plain sandwiches; coffee and candy on the bill ot fare. Another of her menus that sounded good was Hamburger Pie, Carrot and Haisin Salad with Apple Crisp for dessert. This latter menu was designed as an economy meal—$1.25 for six people. It was served at a Commu nity Chest Supper in Cedar Rapids and the guests donated to the fund the rest of the amount they would ordinarly pay for a meal. Mrs Wallace McArthur ot Bancroft sent five individual dish recipes all of which would be appropriate to serve buffet style. Her entries are Hamburger Ring, Macaroni-Cottage Cheese, Chicken Loaf, Baked Noodles and One Dish Meal. Mrs Ben Reid of Algona sent a Chicken Supreme Salad—a molded salad con- taining white grapes, boiled eggs, celery, almonds arid other in-) gredients. And chicken, oi course. A buffet supper needs a good dessert and Mrs Margaret Fraser of Cylinder has two recipes which would be mbst appro ; priate. They are for Apple Rolls and Cherry Rolls both with a sort of cobbler crust. Mrs Joe Kenne of Irvington also has some f Dod dessert ideas. They include hubarb Surprise Dessert, Frozen Strawberry Rice, Peach Dessert, 24 Hour Salad Dessert, Party Dessert, Strawberry Dessert, and for good measure, but not in the dessert department,;a fine recipe* for Ham and Green Beans. More Quick Breads There were four Quick Bjead, recipes not mentioned last Week. Any of these could be served at a buffet meal. They are Sump- tious Brunch Kuchen with Yummy Topping sent ,by Mrs John Dutton of Algona; Orange Bread; and Golden Cheese Bread fr'ohi* Caryle Black of Burt and Banana Nut Bread from Mrs Stanley Black of Algona. - " ' .. Mrs Jorgenson's menu and recipe appears on our special recipe page together, with the messages from our sponsoring merchants. We are expecting next week's contest with the category of Cookies to be a real 1 whopper. Cookies are popular all the year round, you know, but with the holiday season so near, (less than two months!) cookies will be baking in nearly every kitchen.. Get your recipes to us by next Monday, four o'clock. There are ten dollars just Waiting to be given away "as prize money. —GRACE. Sgt. Merriam Of LuVerne Honored FORT SLOCUM, N. Y.—M/Sgt. Donald R. Merriam, LuVerne, recently was graduated from the Army Information School's troop information and education course at Fort Slocum, N. Y. The eight-week course trains military and civilian personnel in methods of informing servicemen of current affairs, history and educational and other benefits available to them while in, the Army. Merriam is the son of Mr and Mrs A. E. Merriam, LuVerne. He entered the Army in 1940] * "' 'll love-our Wide -Open, Spacious Rites Oct. 19 At Burt For Mrs Wiener, 11 Lone Rock—Mrs Caroline Weiner was one of nine children, born to Henry Huebenthal and his wife, Caroline, on March 7, 1883, in Saxony, Germany. As a" five year old girl she came to this country with her parents, who made their home near Kingsley, la. Later the Huebenthal family moved to Sac county, near Odeboklt. After due instructions in the chief doctrines of the Christian religion she was confirmed, joining Immanuel Lutheran church near Odeboldt., Nov. 29, 1900, she was united in marriage to Henry Weiner, also of Odeboldt. This union was" blessed With six children: four daughters, Florence, Rose, Nellie and Pearl, and two sons,, Carl and Jerold. ' The young couple moved to Pipestone, Minn, where . they made their first home. From Pipestone the Weiners moved back to Iowa living on farms near Odeboldt and Arthur, la. and in the spring of 1918 the Wei-, ner family came to Kossuth 'county living near Lone Rock, la. |: In 1941 Mr and Mrs Weiner moved to Burt, where they have made their home since and where Mrs Weiner also passed away. Mr Weiner was a kind and loving mother and a faithful member of St. John's Lutheran church. She was also a member of the Ladies Aid and enjoyed the meetings of the aid and the Lutheran Women's Missionary Lea- 'giie. For the past two years sm. has been ailing. During this time she was in and out of;the hospital quite frequently. ',; She will be missed by her husband, Mr Henry Weiner, her six children; Florence, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock; Rose, Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Fenton; Nellie, Mrs '-. Jo Gerace, Spring Valley, 111.; Carl Weiner of Cedar Falls; Jerold Weiner, Algona and Pearl, Mrs Glen Mino, Swea City. Moderneties Elect ; The Modernette club met last week Tuesday at the home of Mrs Raymond Laabs. Election of officers was held for the coming year with Mrs Bob Benzin as president, Mrs Paul Bernard as vice president, Mrs Geriald Radig, secretary, and Mrs •Paul Voigt, treasurer. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family visited at the Dale Schroeder home Sunday evening, • Mrs itichard Gross and girls attended a Wibben family/ re. union at Tltonka Sunday, Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser of Algona visited Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna Friday evening. Saturday evening the Hannas called on Mr and Mrs Willard Gregson in Algona. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls visited the Merlytt Baumans at LuVerne Friday evening. Sunday afternoon they called at the Franklin Mueller home «in Fenton^ •• Mr- and Mrs Frank Dettlax of Hampshire, 111.' and Mrs Lillie Woi-thington were dinner guests Friday at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs R. W. Williams of Estherville, Mrs Beulah Gam* melgaard of Rlngsted were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson. Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger were guests for dinner Sunday in Burt at the Hiram Ackerman home. Friday evening guests at the Louis Broesder home in honor of Laura's 18th birthday were Mr and Mrs Vern Walker and family, Mr and Mrs Merlin Walker and family, Mr and Mrs Oryille Holdren and family, Mrs'Violet Walker, Derwood Walker and Donna Mae Hansen and Jim Voigt. , Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow visited the parental W. M. Rotter? man home in Elraore Thursday to help Mr Rotterman celebrate his birthday Sunday they were dinner guests at the Raymond Westilng home in SuH. „. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyfif were Sunday dinner and supper guists^t the Art Tleta horn* in Lakota. - . Mf and Mrs .Joe Stelnber of EMore, Minn.! Mr and Mrs Wm. Faulstich and Mrs Dora Faulstieh of Whittemore were supper guests Sunday of Mrs Hulda °Mr and Mrs Gerald SoderoUfg of Bancroft were guests Sunday evening of Mr and Mrs Paul Bernard. Mr rind Mrs Lloyd Klausen and Laura and George KlaUsen of Rock Rapids were guests Sunday at the Ralph Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Merton Sw&nson and family of Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey and family of Armstrong were dinner guests Sunday of the Arderi Hoveys. . Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Mike, Mr and Mrs A. A;, Krueger and Kermit were guests tor dinner Sunday at Ronald Christensons". ' Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer Were guests for dinner Sunday at the Harold Marlow's in Ostrander, Minn, and supper guests of the Harold Luedtkes at Sargent, Minn. ,,' ' Joy Ann Kraft, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, was baptized Sunday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating. Dinner and supper guests at the Kraft home were Mr and Mrs James Walker • or Algona and* Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs Wilfrect were hosts to a Radig and Laabs reunion Sunday. CROW When Yoo reed WALNUT GROVE ft 4x4 HOG SUPPLEMENTS Eugene Huber Phone 12F32 Algona Introducing a Big and Vital General Molort "Automotive First" New Slrofo-F/l'd/'l Hydra-Malic* coupled with Puntiac'i new ±.T-/i.;i. Slraio-Siniik V-ti dvliivn all-lieu /w/urma/ia 1 so mif and dranmt t'f it nnuf be p.vpt'nV/irtt/ to I 4 -door Catalinas ! If it's a hardtop, Pontiac has it for '56 . . ; with Two-door and Four-door Catalina.s in all three aeries! And if you like your glamour in great big packages, prepare to lose your heart to Pontiac's all-new Four-door Catalinas— hardtop styling at its low, wide and handsome best ... in three models, three price ranges and two wheelbases. Pick your own particular spot in the rainbow and it's yours in one of Pontiac's 66 solid or Vogue Two-Tone color combinations. Name your own ticket on your favorite type of interior luxury—and get it in one of Pontiac's 32 choices. But for all its distinctive glamour, the keyword for the fabulous '56 Pontiac is GO! Its~heart-Hfting~style foretells breath. taking action like you've never known before—exclusively yours from history'i highest-powered Strato-Streak V-8 and tha incomparable smoothness of Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic. A torrent of smooth, eager, split-second power impatiently awaits only the nudge of your toe to blaze alive with the greatest "go" on wheels! And the security of big brakes and eaayj instant handling gives the clue to the greatest safety ever built into a car. Why not make a date to send your spirits soaring? Come in and see and drive tha fabulous '56 Pontiac with America's greatest performance team, The fabulous ' Pontiac Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac StattSt, Algona, Iowa Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich at- t ended the ice follies in Des VIoines Friday evening and were over night guests of the Howard Slanchards there. Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Ed Ohm, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Dale Schroeder attended the shower at ?entqn Friday evening honoring Bonnie Sanders. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris spent over the weekend in owrie at the Jack Johnson home. Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer entertained Monday evening in honor of her son Tommy's tenth birthday. Guests were Lynn Bierstedt, Jerry McArthur, Larry Ramus, Willis Bellinger and Mark Johnson. Lyle Weisbrod of Fenton and Clarence Kraft attended a dinner and D-X meeting in Algona, Thursday evening. Lucille Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs W. G. Flaig and assisting hostess was Mrs Merwin Marlow. Lone Rock Juniors will present their class play Thursday and Friday evenings Oct. 27 and 28 beginning at 8:00. The play is entitled "Lights Out." Mr and Mrs Don Arns of Hawarden are the proud parents of a son born Thursday, Oct. 20. He has been named David Marlow. Dell Marlow is the grandfather. The Arns have two other children. Dorothy circle met Thursday afternoon at the Frank Flaig lorne with Mrs Roger Jensen as- listing. Eleanor circle met Thursday with Mrs Fred Genrich and Mrs Don Houck assisting. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney, Mr, and Mrs Sylvester Brace and boys, Mr William Rath called at the Harvey Rath home in Algona Wednesday evening to help Mrs Rath celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent the weekend at Parkersburg. . Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson were Mr and Mrs Henry Manus of Burt, Mr Wm. Christenson, Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs O. F. Krueger of Fairmont. The dinner was in honor of Mr and Mrs P. Christenson's daughter, Marieta who is visiting here from Pueblo, Colo, and also Henry Manus -87th birthday. . „.. Mrs Jerry Taller of Sioux City has been visiting at the parental Eldon Marlow home. Wednesday Mrs Taller will leave from New York for Germany to be with her husband who is stationed there- Mr and Mrs Donald noppe o; iVil <»JM4 ***** »-v*«..» I.T-*-^-- Winnebago were Sunday dinner guests and spent the day at the Art Person home. Improved 160 Acres FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION described as the Southwest Quarter (SW!4) of Section 36, Burt Township, known as Riebhoff Farm. Located two miles south of Burt, !/z mile east of Highway 169. Farm will be sold at Public Auction on the premises at 2:00 p.rn., Monday, November 7th. TERMS: 20% down on date of sale and balance March 1, 1956, at which time possession will be given. John RiebhoH Estate Verne Riebhoff, Executor Yungeberg & Quinn, Auctioneers PUBLIC AUCTION! of Estate Land The JOHN E. FARRELL Estate Land will be sold at public auction at the Council Room in the Municipal Building in Elmore, Minnesota on: Friday, OcL 28, '** at 2:00 p.m. DESCRIPTION: Northwest Quarter (NWW 23.101*28, Faribault County, Minnesota. Choice improved quarter section. Six room house, good barn, double crib and granary, hog house, silo, good well, excellent soil. Location: IVi miles north, 4 3 4 miles west of Elmore, Minnesota. * * * West half of Northeast Quarter (NE14) 14«1Q1»28 Faribault County, —''I ' '"''"- '•' '' '" J " ' ' -—:---.-- Minnesota, Unimproved eighty, good soil, location: 3Vi miles north, 4J4 miles west of Elmore, Minnesota. TERMS: 23% down. Balance March 1, 1956. POSSESSION; March 1, 1956, Clear title with 1955 taxes paid and abstract to be furnished. Harlan Oaard, Frost, Minn, A* F, Weyer, Elmore, Minn. Colwell Bros., Algona, la. AUCTIONEERS Uroy Farrell, Whittemore, la, EXECUTORS 4M3

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