Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 2
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| Woman Of The Week | THE ART OF COOKING is one most women acquire, but Marie Dutton has the envious talent of creating her own recipes, then winning the honor of competing in nationwide contests with them. Last week Mrs. Dutton returned from ocean City, Md. where she took part in the 1971 National Chicken Cooking Contest. As the Iowa finalist, she competed against 52 state winners from throughout the country. Although she did not win one of the prizes with her recipe for Chicken Doll-Up, she and all the other state winners received $100 and an all expense- paid trip to Ocean City. Marie went by plane from Mason City to Baltimore where the ladies were taken by chartered plane to Ocean City's Harrison Hall Hotel on the ocean. Arriving Thursday, they became acquainted with the other contestants and on Friday morning were taken by bus to the beautiful new convention hall where the contest rules and regulations were explained. Following this briefing session each went out to buy the groceries required for preparing their prize winning recipes. Lunch on Friday was at the "Chicken Grill" where they could watch the chicken as it was being cooked on a 650-pound grill. Following lunch they returned to the hotel and at 2 p.m. had the choice of a scenic boat trip or a helicopter night over the city. Marie took the boat trip and found it extremely fascinating. They saw men fishing for soft shelled crabs and the tour guide took them slowly past a marshy area where beautiful homes were built up on stilts in the water. He also commented that the insurance rates were lower there and you had no lawns to mow! From touring the Sound they went farther out into -the ocean and watched people who were marlin fishing. Friday evening a banquet was held at the Phillips Crab House where crab was more delicious than she had ever tasted, and prepared in many, many different ways., SATURDAY WAS the big day! The ladies were asked to bring from home their own cooking utensils for the contest and some came with quite a bundle. A young married girl from Maryland acted as a page for her group of six or eight ladies to help solve any of the problems that might arise. All of the stoves were brand new and as all cooks know, there's a lot to be allowed for in this department, alone. Each of 52 contestants were required to prepare the same item two different times from the same recipe, with the first dish for judging to be ready by 11 o'clock, and the second for display. Everyone had to be completely done by 12 noon. Tension? Of course there's tension— even for one as experienced as Marie Dutton. With 52 tables in one long row down this huge convention hall, one has quite a walk to see all of the dishes on display. In judging, taste counted first, but Marie felt that very definitely the "dress up" garnish also played a mighty important part. These picture-pretty and delectable dishes were, indeed, a sight to see, and after she had walked the length of the display, Marie went to the Chicken Grill for a quiet lunch. EARLIER THAT morning she had a pleasant surprise, while garbed in her cooking apron and extremely busy, a red-haired gentleman came up and said he understood she was an Iowa gal. He was a former Emmetsburg resident, presently an official with the chicken company, she remembers that his last name was Nelson and he told how they used to play St. Cecelia's in sports. While lunching Saturday noon at the Chicken Grill, a lady, her daughter and son-in-law came in and sat opposite her. in exchanging conversation she found that Humboldt was the older woman's home and she had been in Maryland for the winter with her daughter. She also met many people who had been to numerous places throughout Iowa, as well as Algona. The ladies again dined in the evening at a smorgasbord at convention hall where she had never seen such fabulous food. Shrimp prepared in every possible way, baked sliced turkey breasts, baked ham, all kinds of salads and dessert was tiny strawberry, cherry or blueberry tarts that melted in your mouth. The whole affair was preceded t>> a eiAlUij] hour m with the monetary gift and a beautiful silver plate with her name engraved and given to her from the chicken industry. She returned to Iowa by plane Sunday with 52 new staunch and loyal friends and an autographed winning recipe from each one. She also had waiting at home, a letter of congratulations from Governor Ray. it had arrived the day she left for Maryland. Now Marie and her husband, John, with their three sons and families are on their annual family outing at Cass Lake in Minnesota for two weeks where she spends the majority of her time cooking. It is now that they get their fill of fried walleye. It will be a busy summer, as they plan to entertain three nieces from Arizona, company from England and then look forward to their golden wedding anniversary in November. AN ARKANSAS housewife, Norma Young, 58, Searcy,- Ark.*, won the first prize with'her recipe "Dipper's Nugget Chicken", a new idea for hors d' oeuvres. "DIPPER'S NUGGETS CHICKEN" 6 whole broiler-fryer breasts, skinned, boned and cut into 1 x 1 1/2-inch nuggets (6 nuggets each half of 12 to 14-ounce breast) 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup water 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 3 tablespoons sesame seed 1 cup flour 1 to 1 1/2 pints of Mazola corn oil Mix eggs, water, salt, sesame seed and flour into a batter. Heat corn oil over medium heat in a heavy, sturdy, flat-bottomed 3- quart saucepan or deep fryer, filling utensil no more than 1/3 full. Heat over medium heat to 375 degrees F. Dip nuggets into batter; drain off excess batter. Add nuggest in a single layer, about 8 or 9 at a time. Fry about 3 to 5 minutes or until golden brown. Drain on paper towes. Serve with the following sauces: Nippy Pineapple Sauce - In saucepan mix 1 jar (12 oz.) pineapple preserves; 1/4 cup prepared mustard; and 1/4 cup prepared horseradish. Heat. Makes 1 1/2 cups. Dill Sauce - In bowl mix 1/2 cup sour cream; 1/2 cup mayonnaise] 1 tsp.-dried dill weed and 2 tablespoons'finely chopped dill pickle. Let stand at room temperature for 1 to 2 hours to blend flavors. Makes about 3/4 cup. Royalty Sauce - in saucepan mix 1 cup catsup; 1/2 tsp. dry mustard; 1 tbsp. brown sugar; 2 tbsps. vinegar; 6 tbsps. Mazola margarine. Mix and cook 4 to 5 minues, stirring constantly. Makes 1 cup. 2 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 21, 1971 Lloyd Pools To Observe 50th Anniversary June 27 THE 50TH WEDDING anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool, Renwick, will be celebrated Sunday, June 27, with an open house at the fellowship room in the United Methodist Church from 2 to 5 p.m. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts, please. The courtesy is being planned by their children, Mr. and Mrs. James Newell, Thomas, David and Paula Ann, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pool, New York City, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Pool were marrie-i Juno 24, 1921 in Renwick and have lived in Iowa ajid Coloia-Ju duna;; tiiest iiily years. Sister Carla To Celebrate Silver Jubilee TECHNY, ILL. - Sister Carla, S. Sp.S. (Lucille Gales) celebrated her silver jubilee Sunday, June 13, at the Convent of the Holy Spirit, Techny, fll. The highlight of the day was a concelebrated Mass at 10:00 a.m. in the convent chapel during which Sister Carla and six other Missionary Sisters, renewed their religious consecration. The daughter of the late Mrs. Christian Gales and Mr. Chris Gales, Algona, Sister Carla graduated from Li verm ore High School. She entered the convent in 1943 and pronounced her first vows on July 6, 1946. Sister Carla taught school in Girard, Pa., until a serious illness left her disabled. Since 1952 Sister has worked part-time as a seamstress. She has devoted much of her time to visiting local hospitals and nursing homes. Despite her physical handicap which lessens her mobility, Sister Carla is an active members of the local League of Women Voters and serves as a liaison person between the Sisters of the Convent of the Holy Spirit Community and an interdenominational black parish in the Chicago ghetto. Sister Carla is the sister of Margaret (Peggy) Gales, Mrs. John (Eulalia) Altman, Mrs. Walter (Olivia) Elbert, all of Algona; and Aloysius Gales, Ft. Dodge. She has two sisters who are members of the Congregation to which she belongs: Sister Marguerite (Amelia) and Sister Engratia both of whom are presently en- engaged in teaching in the diocese of Erie, Pa. TUESDAY, JUNE 22 •7:30 p.m. - RE BE K AH LODGE meets at the Izaak Walton League hall. The committee in charge is Millie Klamp, Rose Sigsbee and Mabel Lund. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 2:00 p.m.-PLUM CREEK Homemakers meet with hostesses Donna Broesder, Marjorie Mawdsley and Lorraine Campney. Roll call will be answered with ' 'a name I'd like other than my own." The lesson will be on flower arranging by Glenn Johnson. 7:00 p.m. _ RAINBOW GIRLS meet at the Masonic Temple. Jeri Nielsen is Worthy Advisor. THURSDAY, JUNE 24 8:00 p.m. _ UNION TOWNSHIP Homemakers ice cream social with the township officers in charge. WHAT'S COOKIN' CHICKEN RICE HOT DISH 2 qt. cooked rice 1 qt. creamed chicken gravy (or cream of chicken soup) 1 cup chopped celery 1 1/2 tsp. butter 2 tbsp. chopped pimiento 1/2 cup cooked frozen peas 1 qt. chopped cooked chicken Saute celery in butter. Combine with remaining ingredients. Season to taste (go light on the salt if you used canned soup instead of homemade chicken gravy). Turn into casserole. Top with crumbled potato chips; sprinkle with paprika. Bake in a 3 2 5-degree oven about 30-45 minutes, or until heated through. Serves about 12. CARROT SALAD 4 cups shredded carrots 1/2 cup raisins Dressing: 1 cup mayonnaise 1/8 tsp. salt 1 tbsp. sugar 1 tbsp. lemon juice 6 tbsp. whipping cream Soak raisins in warm water for 30 minutes. Drain and combine with carrots. Mix dressing ingredients and toss with carrots and raisins. Serves 6-8. Using It Up Man has consumed more energy—coal, oil, and gas—in the last 30 years than in all previous history. \\ Eulinda Ruling Of Britt Weds Don Rasmussen 5 Wesley The United Methodist Church at Britt was the setting for the wedding of Eulinda Huling, Britt, and Donald Rasmussen, Wesley, Saturday, June 5. Rev. Howard Eldrenkamp and Rev. Leo Wilson of Deep River officiated at the double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Huling, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rasmussen, Wesley. The wedding music was pro- w vided by Mrs. Dick Weed, Renwick, at the organ, and Larry Tack of Greene, who was the soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her mother and father, wore a pearl necklace and earrings, gifts of the groom, she carried a white handkerchief which had also been carried by her mother and grandmother. Gladys Huling attended her sister as maid of honor and bridesmaid was Debra Rasmussen, sister of the groom. Dwight Rasmussen and.Calvin, Huling, brothers of the bride, and groom, were best man and' groomsman. The guests were ushered to their seats by Dave Huling and Frank Rasmussen who also lighted the candles. They are brothers of the bridal couple. Ann Rasmussen and Dawn Steven passed the wedding programs. Angela Steven, Hoffman Estates, m., cousin of the,bride, was the miniature bride and the miniature groom was John Rasmussen, brother of the groom. He carried the rings on a white satin pillow used by the bride's mother for her wedding. The reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steven, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Rasmussen, Leland, the hosts. The 300 guests were registered by Diane Kemna of Mason City and punch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Polly- mounter, Charles City. • The six-tiered wedding cake, which was made by a friend of the bride, Mrs. Butts of Hampton, was cut and served by Mrs. Daryl Huling of Goodell and Mrs. Bill Smith, Titonka, aunts of the bride and groom. Mrs. Wendell Steven, Hoffman Estates, fll., and Mrs. Merle Rasmussen, Wesley, also aunts of the bridal couple, presided at the coffee services. Waitresses were Paula Thilges, Barb Hirsch, Deanna Balek, all of Mason City, and Rhonda Holdorf, Algona. The wedding gifts were received and carried by gift pages, Paul and Sam Rasmussen. in • charge of the gift-table were Dagmar Wiedemann ^qf Mason City, Marcia Matern sitid Joanne Twait, Britt. ' The bride and groom are en- route to Pensacola, Fla. where they will reside at 7410 Figland Ave., Apt. A. He is serving with the U.S. Navy and Mrs. Rasmussen is a 1971 graduate of the NIACC Associate Degree Nursing program at Mason City. Grandparents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Fern Huling, Britt, Mr. andMrs.Robt. Steven, Algona; John Nedved, Renwick; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen, Wesley. Area Grads At Mankato State College June 11 MANKATO, Minn.- Area students graduating from Mankato State College here June 11 included: ALGONA - Richard Faber, B. S. in business administration. BANCROFT - Richard Cogley, B. S. in history. BODE - Norman Olson, B. S. in business adminstration. BRITT - Arleen Sorenson, B. S. in elementary education; Gary Stevenson, B. S. in business ad- minstration. BUFFALO CENTER - Lyle Hanson, B. S. in business ad- minstration; Marlys Kramers- raeier, B. S. in nursing; Dale Oftedahl, B. S. in Spanish; Dennis Tolzmann, B. S. in business administration. BURT - Deborah Kohlhaas, B. S. in English; Diann Miller, B. S. in elementary education. CORWITH - Mike Anderson, B. s. in accounting; James Veldhouse, B. S. in business administration. FENTON - Lowell Mueller, B. s. in business education. LUVERNE - Dale Schipull, B. S, in social studies. RINGSTED- Gary Clausen, B. S. in social studies. SWEA CITY- Michael V. Hazelhoff, B. S. in health and phy- sical education. TITONKA- David Kitzinger, (Cum Laude), B. S. in business administration; Joleen Sleper, A. A. in secretarial administration. WESLEY - Lavonne Studer, B. S. in medical technology. WEST BEND - Paul Bonnstetter, B. S. in accounting. Ottosen Girl On President's List At BVC STORM LAKE - Kathleen Jacobsen, Ottosen, was named to the president's list at Buena Vista College for earning a grade average of 3.8 or better during the second semester of the 197071 school year. Virginia Klein, Algona, -and Joel Charlson, Buffalo Center, were named to the dean's list for averages of 3.5 through 3.79. Steve Bergum, Livermore, was listed on the honor roll for a grade average of 3.25 through 3.49. On Dean's List At Wartburg WAVERLY - Three students from Algona made the Wartburg College Dean's List for the winter and May terms. Achieving grade point averages of 3.25 or above were junior Dale Pederson and sophomores Kathleen Mc- Brlde and David Riley. IT'S SUPER SAVINGS MONTH ON LAWN MOWERS ! ! Two Models' In Stock Now Feature • Pull & Go Starting • No Engine Adjustments ALGONA. IOWA ^•^ii^"'' J 'iMttTiMi[iTiW^ 295-3538 I see by the Advance ..." — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — WEEKEND AT DULUTH Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fox, Washington, HI., recently vacationed here for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox. Last weekend they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox and family and all drove to Duluth, Minn, for the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Heide, daughter of the Leo Foxes. ' VISIT DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk spent a recent weekend at Iowa City with their daughter, Cheryl, who is in her second year of graduate work at the University. She is a social work major and is also employed by the Iowa Social Services in Davenport. LADIES GOLF The event for Wednesday's ladies golf at the Algona Country Club was "Use 9-Hole Handicap", with Nancy Ambrose on the committee. Winners were: Class A- Bev Manske and Margaret Herbst; Class B-Lucille Navoichick and Genny Taylor; Class C-- Billy Jo Henderson and Grace Chrischilles; Class D - Delores Winkel and Ardis Lande. The handicap tourney is also being started now. DAR FLAG DAY The Algona chapter of the DAR held their Flag Day observance meeting at Smith Lake. The flag program was given by the sixth grade Junior American Citizens Club of Sentral School of Fenton. Mrs. Newbrough and Mrs. Dorsey were sponsors of the group that came down by school bus. Also in attendance of the meeting were four girls from the eighth grade of St. Michael's school at Whittemore. Certificates of Merit for their essays on American history went to Nancy Adams, Betty Kenyon, Ellen Nurre and Mary Lou Steier. WHITTEMORE LADIES GOLF DINNER The Ladies Golf Association of the Whittemore Golf Club will have a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 23. Reservations should be in by Tuesday. You may call the'chairladies, Mrs. Robert Walker or Mrs. Charles Bjustrom or the golf club. FLOWERS FROM HAWAII Mrs. Russell Sands was pleasantly surprised last Thursday when a beautiful floral arrangement was delivered to her from Wahiawa, Hawaii. The Sands' daughter, Linda, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wagner, are there during his 10- day rest and recuperation leave from Vietnam where he is stationed with the Army. He is a University of Iowa graduate pharmacist and has been stationed at the 1.8th Surgical Hospital in Quang Tri. Linda has been living at Davenport with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wagner. GUESTS FROM ILLINOIS Mrs. John Hartsfield, the former Siri Norton, and her two- year-old daughter, Kendra, Springfield, m., arrive Thursday at the home of Mrs. Hartsfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton. Mr. Hartsfield, who lectures on the space program, is attending workshops at the Lewis Research Center at Cleveland, Ohio. ATTEND WORKSHOP James Andersen, Algona High School counselor, and Mrs. Beulah Richardson, Algona Community school nurse, attended the summer counseling workshop for nurses, teachers and counselors at the University of Dubuque. Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, M.D., distinguished psychiatrist and expert in child guidance and family therapy, was the featured speaker. He is director of the Alfred Adler Institute of Chi- coago and founder of the Alfred Adler Institute of Tel Aviv, Israel. GRADUATES CUM LAUDE Roger Raymond Johnson, Algona, was graduated cum laude June 11 from the University of Minnesota at Duluth with a bachelor of arts degree. He majored in English. USD GRADUATES Five Algona area residents were among the graduates from the University of South Dakota at Vermillion at their 89th annual commencement held June 6. They were Brian Johnson, Bancroft, business; Marilyn Eisenhauer, Buffalo Center, education; Randa Hansen, Fenton, education; Thomas Haar, Ruthven, education; and Richard Jongewaard, Wesley, medicine. LuVerne Baby Shower For Mrs. Stripling LUVERNE - A pink and blue shower was given recently for Mrs. Michael Stripling with 12. guests sharing the courtesy and seated at card tables each with an appropriate centerpiece. The gift table and. tea table were decorated in pink, blue and yellow. Mrs. Stripling was given a corsage made from a rattle, ribbons and diaper pins. A game was played and the honoree received many lovely gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Gary Hefty, Mrs. Jack Stampka, Mrs. William Miller and Colleen John. Four Cylinder Students Make Augie Honor Roll SIOUX FALLS, S. D. - Over half of the fulltime students at Augustana College earned Dean's List recognition for a "B" average or better last semester. Included on the list were Marlin Berkland, Rita Berkland, Jerilyn Norland and Teresa Norland, all of Cylinder. ^r^> DEMURELY DARING—The long and short of spring's fashion story are combined in this outfit worn by Maid of Cotton Pat Perry. A demure, ankle-length dress of ecru-colored cotton leno tops short shorts of cotton duck in the same shade. 6mi|(xit ifoatt SHOES The combination of sensible design and Goodyear Welt Construction assure proper fit, maximum comfort. Try a pair. Come in today for a fitting. SHO JB 8

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