The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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Leftovers Bring Many Good Recipes Algona Women Tie For First, Cook's Contest The entries in this week's Al. gona Merchants-Algona • Upper Des Moines recipe contest proved that leftovers can be glamorous What to do with the rest of Thanksgiving dinner when the original feast is over was the problem and the gals responded with recipes that are truly delicious. There was a larger number of entries than the judges thought there would be, too. They made us wonder which was the more tempting, Thanksgiving dinner itself or the dishes derived from it. We had a hard time picking winners again. We finally decided that the two top recipes were sent by Mrs Ken Geilenfeld and Mrs l y W. Nelson, both of Algona. Mrs Geilenfeld's entry is for Turkey Curry and Mrs Nelson's for Turkey and Oyster Pie, Five dollars goes to each of these ladies. Good Casserole Dish Another dish that came in for a lot of attention from the judges was Hot Turkey Salad. Tw entrants, Mrs Roy Chrischilles o Fenton and Mrs Edna Teeter o Algona sent almost identical re cipes for it. It's really kind of a casserole and it uses leftover tur key or chicken, mayonnaise, al monds, potato chips and cheese and it's baked in the oven. Another set of nearly identica recipes came from this week's winner, Mrs Ken Geilenfeld and Mrs George Jorgenson of Fenton Mrs Geilenfeld calls her's Turkey In The Straw and Mrs Jorgenson, Turkey Noodle Scallop. They both use cooked noodles, almonds, cheese and cream or white sauce. Mrs Jorgenson sent two other fine recipes — Chicken Barbecues, using cubed chicken and Turkey Chow Mein. Leftover Thanksgiving meat or fowl can end up in tasty salads. Recipes for jellied meat salads came from Mrs Jess Halverson, Fenton, Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl, Algona and Mrs Margaret Fraser, Fenton. Gladys Barker of Cedar Rapids has a salad in which leftover fowl, vegetables and gravy are used. Mrs Wallace McArthur of Bancroft has a special sandwich mix made with leftover turkey and pineapple tidbits. Turkey Hash Recipes Turkey Hash and Creamed Turkey are old stand-bys in using 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Algona Bows, 20-13, At Humboldt To End Season leftovers, but in this contest we received hash and creamed fowl recipes with a little more imagination than usual. Vivian Dutton of Burt sent a molded Turkey hash, Gladys Barker makes her hash into croquettes and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson of Sexton dresses her's up with mushroom soup and grated cheese. Mrs S. W. Nelson fixes her creamed turkey on patty shells or toast and Mrs Ken Geilenfeld makes her's into Turkey a la king. Vivian Dutton also has a creamed turkey recipe using fowl, ham and cooked peas. Add a crust of some sort to your turkey leftovers and you have a delicious meat pie. Vivian Dutton makes hers into a Turkey Roll, Mrs George Jorgenson puts her left-overs into tart shells and she also has a good recipe for Turkey Cream Pie. Mrs Jess Halverson of Fenton takes prepared biseiu't mix to make her Meat and Vegetable Pie and the title Mrs Gladys Barker uses on one of her recipes is Monday's Pie. Mrs Wallace McArthur of Ban- Final Conference Standings W L Webster City 7 0 Eagle Grove 4 2 Humboldt 4 3 Iowa Falls A 3 Hampton 3 3 Clarion 3 3 Clear Lake 1 6 Algona _'.0 6 * * * Algona's Bulldogs pulled ajl stops in an attempt to escape a winless season in the wind-up at Humboldt last Wednesday night, but the big Wildcats eked out a 20-13 verdict that gave the locals a season mark of 0-7-1. Coach Jase Loving's crew led twice during the frigid night, but a TD late in the final period gave the Wildcats the game. Algona was on the winners' two yard line when the final buzzer sounded. The locals scored the first time they had the ball. Hum- Doldt received the opening kickoff and marched from its own 32 to Algona's 39, but lost the ball a couple of plays later when an alert Bulldog picked up a fumble on the Algona 46. A pair of passes, thrown by Frank Kern ate up 33 yards and Doug Meyer hit Rod Kickbush for 12 to put the ball on the Humboldt five. Meyer went for three, then two for the TD to make it 6-0. Humboldt tied the ount at 6-6 on the fifth of the second period. The Wildcats rolled from their own 40 to the Algona 13 as the first quarter came to an end, and Blomker got the tying points on a smash from the three yard line. Algona made the only other first down of the entire second period as neither team could gain consistently before .the half. The Bulldogs got a chance early in the third period by re- croft has a recipe for Leftover Turkey and Dressing. Mrs Joe Cenne of Irvington has Turkey with Rice • Creole on Leftovers and an excellent recipe for Turcey Pie fried in deep fat. Edna 'eeter has a fine way of using up cranberry sauce with her left- yer turkey. It's a salad tossed mth French Dressing. If you ,ave any leftover pumpkin from lie Thanksgiving pies, Mrs S. 'W. kelson suggests you make it into ndividual pies and bake them in muffin tins. We have seven cookie recipes to add to the 125 that came in for last week's contest. They came from Mrs Roger Palmer,, of Algona, Mrs John Huff of Wesley and Mrs Arnold H. Krause of Fenton".' Two of these were for Snicker- doodles, which the judges had never before heard of although we thought every possible kind were included in the 125. The two winning recipes in the Thanksgiving Leftovers category are printed on our special contest page together with the messages from sponsoring Algona Merchants. Now the judges are getting themselves braced for an avalanche of Yeast Bread recipes for that's our next classification. We have already received twelve recipes for Yeast Breads so we suspect there are lots more to follow. Get them to our office by four o'clock next Monday and we'll start working on them, Grace covering a Humboldt fumble on the Wildcat 43. Meyer carried seven times and Kern once in the drive to thd goal jline. Doug got the six pointer, again from the two. This time his extra point gave Algona a 13-6 lead. Humboldt marched for 72 yds. late in the third period and early in the fourth (o tie the count. Naeve scored from the one and Blomker plunged for the point after to make it 13-13. Kern fumbled on the Humboldt 49 soon after the next kickoff, and Humboldt went the 51 yards in six plays to go out in front. Price ate up most of the. yardage with a 32 yard dash to Algona's 13. Blom,ker got his second TD from the one and Price added the extra-point to make it 20-13. Algona refused to play dead. With only four minutes remaining, Algona had 69 yards to go for the potential tying score. They covered 67 of those yards before the clock ran out. Kern and Meyer each completed a pass and Meyer rambled 16 yards on one play to help the drive. Kern's smash into the line on third down was stopped by the Wildcats to preserve the win. The Bulldogs, with Kern and Meyer passing, hit on six of 11 attempts for 69 yards during the night, while Humboldt completed one of five for three yards. The Wildcats stayed on the ground and rolled up 202 yards rushing to 140 for Algona, giving the locals a 209-205 edge in totaj yardage. The game was the finale for nine seniors, including Meyer, Kern, Terry Cook, Rod Kickbush, Bob Jensen, Larry Johnson and Vernon Christoffers. H 14 5 1 0 3 202 205 4-35 1-35 10 2 10 First downs '_ 11 Passes attempted 11 Passes completed 6 Passes int. by 1 Yds. passing 69 Yds. rushing 140 Tot. yds. gained 209 Kickoff ave. 3-31 Punt ave. 2-21 Yds. kicks ret. 34 Fumbles lost 3 Yds. pen. 15 * * • 3 Kleinpeter Boys In Service Larry Kleinpeter, who enlisted in the navy in.June, 1950, har re-enlisted for two years and is now stationed at Miramar, Cal. He recently returned from an eight months' tour of duty aboard the U.S.S. Kearsarge which visited several Far Eastern parts. Donald Kleinpeter, who enlisted in the army in Oct., 1953, has been stationed in Salzburg, Austria, but recently transferred to Livorno, Italy. Dean Kleinpeter, who enlisted in the navy in May, 1954, was recently promoted to Yeoman 3rd Class and just left the U.S.A. aboard the U.S.S. Bayfield which will visit several Far Eastern ports. Fined For Speeding B. L. Bjornson, Bode, paid $5 and costs on a charge of speeding in the court of Mayor B. P. Richardson last week. St. Cecelia's Church ALGONA, IOWA Adult Instruction Class in Catholic Doctrine for NON-CATHOLICS and CATHOLICS Starting Monday, November 14 8:00 TO 9:00 P.M. IN ACADEMY HAIL "Man's Origin, Purpose and Destiny" "An Infallible Church - Man's Only Sure Guide" "Modern Science and Catholicism" "There Shall be One Fold and One Shepherd" i 33= WE WELCOME YOUR PRESENCE Prospects At Titonkd For GirlCagers Girl's basketball prospects at Titonka are brighter than a year ago, according to Coach Lyle Opheim, who is beginning his third year at the helm. Seven lettermen, including Norman Gerdis, Doris Hipp, Geraldine Ullman, Darlene Callies 1 , Dawn and Donna Beenken and Trudy Bess, five reserves from last year's team and five newcomers make up Opheim's squad of hopefuls. The Indian girls came along last year and pulled a few upsets on their way to a presentable season. Most serious problem seems to be the lack of team height, Ullman and Faye Ann Smidt, 'a reserve, are the tallest members at, 5'7", so Opheim is striving to develop teani speed to overcome heighth deficiencies. At present, Ullman, Hipp, Bess, Donna Beenken and Diane Krominga have proven lo be the top forwards, while Callles, Dawn Beenken, Gerdis and freshman Marilyn welhousen, up from last year's undefeated junior high .team, are the probable defensive stalwarts in the back court. Other squad members include Beverly Richter, Virginia Swan,, Belle Tjaden, Orla Jane Ander son, Marianne and Sharon Rippentrop, guards, and forwarc Barbara Ringsdprf. There are five freshmen, eight sophomores pnly one junior and three seniors on the squad. Titonka opens its season • al norne Tuesday, Nov. 15, when West Bend will pay a visit to the "ndian gym. There ai'e ten State ine Conference gabies on the Woden Triumphs Ledyard LedyaM high school couldn't hold off a determined Woden team at Ledyard lasl Friday and dropped a 49-48 dedisiari to the visitors in the seasdn basketball opeHer. Coach Kl inker's Ledtyard crew led, IB' 1 }, at the end of the fir's! period, '• 27*26, alt • the half and 36-i3& at the three-quarter mar but Woden chopped the margi and grabbed the win with fourth quafter spurt. knoner, pumped.'in 18 points for Ledyard, while Carpenter got 10. Gbnradi notched 20 Christenson 16 for Woden. schedule. J_ WANT ADS BRING RESULTS "Your Cattle Need Help 91 FEED i . . and you ran depend an "4x4" Beef Supplements Co help your cattle — • turn mor« feed Info b««f • put on that slick, smooth finish' for top market prices • stay CM feed • stimulate rumen bacteria WALNUT ^ GROVf 4x4 BEEF 'SUPPLEMENTS Eugene Huber . Phone 12-F32 . Algona ' IN RECOGNITION Of VETERANS DAY (Formerly Armistice Day) *.-*..*' The Algona Banks Be Closed On friday, Nov. 11 * * * Iowa State Bank Security State Bank stoppers As we are moving to Minnesota and do not wish to move our machinery and livestock, we will sell the following described property at public auction on Starting at 12:30 P.M. Nov. 16 Lunch wagon on the grounds at our place located V4 mile east and 4 miles south of Burt, or 3 miles north of highway junction 16?-18, 1V4 miles east and 1 mile north. 21 - Head of Cattle - 21 8 Holstein cows just fresh and milking good; 2 Holstein cows to be fresh by sale date; 1 Holstein bull coming 2 years old; 4 Holstein heifer calves; 5 Holstein and Hereford cross heifers coming 1 year old; 1 steer. These cattle have been calfhood vaccinated. SOME FEEDER PIGS SOME MUSCOVY DUCKS MACHINERY 1 — 1937 John Deere tractor, a good running tractor. 1—1948 John Deere tractor cultivator with hydraulic lift. 1 — 1947 Massey Harris tractor No. 20, starter, lights, and in good shape. 1—Massey Harris cultivator for "20", mechanical lift. A.C. No. 60 combine in good shape. John Deere elevator, 44 ft., 3 yrs. old. John Deere drive-on hoist. New Idea side rake, 3 yrs, old. Speed jack. Minnesota hay loader. New Idea spreader. John Deere 25-A corn picker mounted. McC-Deering 6 ft. horse mower with trucks. Minneapolis-Moline horse drawn planter with 100 rods of 3-4 wire. Deering binder used as windrower. 15 ft. Blount tractor disc. 20 ft. harrow with folding drawbar. John Deere 16 in. 2-bottom plow. 1 steel wheel wagon with rack. 1 steel wheel wagon with box. 1 steel wheel wagon. Humboldt loader. DeLaval cream separator.- Farm Master milking machine, used one year. Brooder house, 10x16; bottle gas range, automatic double hookup; 4 hole laundry stove; some miscellaneous items. TERMS: Cash, or whatever arrangements you make with your banker. No property to be moved until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. •••••i •••••• •••• WJBV .BBW BUB W^B» BBB ^^BJB^ BHBB BBBIBMBBBBJ Quinn & Yungeberg, Auctioneers Iowa Stale Bank, Algona, Clerk BOYS - GIRLS PARKAS 7.97. NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED These are full 3 A length Parkas, wiih Mouton-lined hoods, and 100% wool quilled. lining — absolute lops in a parka for boy or girl, offered at seven dollars and ninety-seven cents! SIZES FROM 4 TO 20. Choice of FIVE COLORS! Come and ret 'em now) BIG AS THEY COMEl That $7.95 Parka described above, is an all-time "scoop" ... but we have MORE NEWS for you! We have MEN'S PARKAS In sizes 36 lo 54 As Big as_ they come! That size range is one more reason why Diamonds is known far an.d wide as "The Jacket Store!" Fibre-Glass HUNTING VEST Reversible Type with Complete SheU Pockets 149 It's a Beaut) Luxury-Type Men's SUEDE JACKETS The top luxury jacket a man can wear — beautiful quality soft suede, fully lined, zipper front, knit collar, cuffs and waist. Just Came Inl Munsingwear 50% WOOL DRAWERS In Sizes 34-36-38 198 EACH Our shipment will melt away at this price, 'cause these are the very best, the warmest, the wearinoest. DIAMONDS SURPLUS STORE SIE US FOR RUBBER FOOTWEAR OF AIL KINDS Oh 7 Boy, Kids» See What's Happening at Graham's > See Page 8 ""' '""'~^^' '""" ' ^^^^^^^^^* ^^^ ^ * ^^^****B : ^^^

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