The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 14, 1950
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

i-Algena Upper ft** M*tn*t totHt»«ry, March 14, 19W We h»W just finished * pancake supper and I am happy to report that the old fashioned buckwheat cake recipe that Mrs. C. B. Murtagh sent me is 1he real thing! Just like the ones I remembered eating. * - * • I also received a nice letter from Mrs. Ed Weisbrod of Fentoh who kindly offered to tell me about buckwheat pancakes. Her recipe is supposed to be a secret but she says it really is not The idea back of the pancake starter is to be neighborly. One woman makes the starter according to the "secret" recipe and then passes it on to a neighbor who gives it in turn to someone else. If one neighbor's starter runs out, she can go to another and get a fresh start again. The old tradition is that the recipe is never written down but passes by word of mouth. * * * It seems to me thei anything that promotes neighborliness is a good thing. Personally. I have some fine neighbors but I don't see much of them now that we don't hang our clothes outside. Fm looking forward to the warm weather when we can hang our laundry, catch up with our backyard chatter and air the baby at the same time. Meanwhile maybe we can trade pancake starter. If Chris Reese can make, friends with his coffee gulping, 'maybe I can do the same with pancakes. Incidentally, several cups of coffee must accompany the pancakes. * • * Here if Mrs, Murlagh's recipe: (A) Break up l i cake yeast and let it soak 15 minutes in H cup lukewarm water. Then add it to 1 pint sour milk or buttermilk. Stir in 1 cup pure buckwheat flour until smooth, and let rise overnight (12 noun). (B) Hext; morning, remove and save one 1 cup of the batter for starter. Then to the remainder of the batter, add 1 cup sweet milk, H cup white flour, *4 cop pure buckwheat flour, 2 level tablespoons brown sugar, 1 well btaten egg, 1 level teaspoon coda, 1 level teaspoon cream of tarter, *fc teaspoon' baking powder, 4 teaspoon salt. Stir well and bake on light greased hot griddle. (C) In the evening, take the starter saved from the morning and to it add 1 cup sweet milk and \i cup pure buckwheat flour. Stir and let stand overnight. Next morning follow directions (BV If on any morning more cakes are desired than this recipe makes, add another cup of sweet milk or water. >.« cup white flour. '4 cup pure buckwheat flour. If desired thinner, add wa-) ter. Make a new starter every ten days. * • • At our house, we prefer to eat pancakes for supper. I guess we don't get up early enough in the morning to work up appetite for i them then. These pancakes are very tender and while the gr.ddle i should be hot. it should not be too hot or you will find they lear . apart like they d:d for me and \ one- baking had Jo be thrown out. , I didn't have any sour rr.iJk so 1 ] UM.-CJ >w«*t ir.iik with a tittle v:n- , tj^ar add^d. ' * • » My biggest p&nc&ke consumer.' i.u: s-.x vt-ar oia. aian't eat very i the ' It was the f;u j/i. wt*k . .>-.; when jit- N-ramr :.: i.\ ± r ;^a:r. lit- has had a very .iai i-i.r ache ar.i h* seti K»U ; kr. ;x:T.:t '.Urn" Ar.»'.'.r.i '•'. D.l :« '.nfi-rv ;.t: r. i ~ as •••-.» :> >>•=! !! si FTifreh •.-. :vi > tik' lha! >•. 'U i ; v , .-.rtfui that r&sr. do . ,r. v, .th trapu rt-iiuU -. ih;-- di>es,n': rnear. ii .- i^n's bt- t:t-fc; r i rout Of thai '. and was very hippy to have been tr. i.;;-. i.a the- B«-i Can;-) g-^i :r.£ t,- li-i,::: t., r.l..> •:.-. ^ .:,.! : ii : .i i. .,::•. ;.. f.^: ;.;•• t :-.-.- :. L-^: lat K i. r I.'.L- :r. •„.-.. ^. v\ r .. :. ..-. .;- Ti.r ].>.-.>! i.iu>:c- c!jb g.:U .' ave a lot »i i..U-r.t ian.i i-aa..«t:< r. .r. tr.i-:r ::.i:;.Dt.i> Bu: t!:t ti.::.,; 1 .liskSv.- ;-. lid- iibout t!".;;- t-U'iilf .-'> }x: !<u-:-,. ..r.. «.-> :.- r.,^\ *i!'i> -1; nutv. t.' ti. <•:.-!>.!.!> t-r. ; -..\ ps •..-.;•„.:. r^: ll.- ].:^.--.i M.i>bf !t !,* bC-.'iiUsi.- '., :-..,> .-:..: i...;, > .t when Kir .: .i'.\ ,.- ;.; .. A ;-. ^n.i il.c has snuiw Cur tnite ye*r cki WM •Tii»f.- And He is right, behavior problems do seem to run in stages. The only trouble is, they just barely get over one stage and they're into another. • • » Ophelia, the kitchen cvnic, says, "The mother who complains that her children never make any bright remarks, just isn't listening closely enough to the little ones." Several mothers I have talked with recently say that they just ought to write down some of the things the children say so ihey will be sure to remember them later. I think that is a wonderful idea. Do that, and send them to Grace so that we can all enjoy them. Western Auto Store To Open A new Western Auto associate store.will open in Algona Saturday, March 18, it was announced today by the owner. H. W. Ireland. The store Will be located on the corner of State street and Thornington. The new store will be owned solely by Mr. Ireland. It will handle auto supplies, home appliances and related items. In selecting Algona As a location for his new store, Mr. Ireland stated that he had closely examined a great many communities, and that the Algona community had appealed to him most. He said, "Since my arrival in town as & complete stranger, 7 out of 10 people have Spoken to me on the street. I consider that real friendliness." Mr. Ireland was formerly in the automotive supply business, and prior to that owned a garage in Monticello. Iowa. He is married, and has a son Gordon. 17. Mrs. Ireland and the son will assist in the store. FHOM SHIRLEY Mrs. Minnie Cobb of Sheldon get a thrill recently, a personal letter from actress Shirley Temple. Mrs. Cobb's hobby is scrapbooks, and she has a complete one on Shirley, covering the actress from the time she zoomed to fame as "The Little Colonel." Cobb, now 83, also has a complete book quintuplets. on the Dionne ART METAL steel office furniture. The Algona Upper DM Moines it «a authorised dMler for this outstanding lin* of office equipment. Wrapping Material Is Important In Freezer Economy It pays to use top quality wrapping materials for the foods you store in your freezer locker. In most cases it costs very little if any more to use the best materials on the market, says Margaret Kagarice, nutritionist for Iowa State College. Often a single wrap of a better material will serve ( where at least a double wrap of j ordinary waxed locker paper I would be needed. What's more. 1 such materials as aluminum foil. Iron the labor-saving, modern tray— 10-DAY FREE TRIAL IN YOUR OWN HOME Iron rile THEIRONER THAT IRONS ANYTHING WASHABLE Lcl n* ttiov«- yon bow Ironrite c»n end hand-troninf «ry, MJC «oo hour* cwh appeannce. Try » Ironrilr Automatic IroMT in your borne for 10 day» — Milhool rharfr. Ois- rttter how !ronritc'» ?«*> rom- utablf open fnd* ]rt iron onyf/ifac in thr wash Onlr Imnrilr ha» 2 et-tapleltlf viable open eiidt brautifalhr. CALL IS TODAY FOR DETAILS NO CHARGE ... NO OBLIGATION TO BUY CRILLY APPLIANCES "We Sell The Best-Service the Rest" We Install With NO CHARGE for Labor Phone 399 Phone CrSly's Phone 399 NEW! The B. F. Goodricfe Ou [pulls other leading brands. Higher cleats. if Better cleaning. it As much as 1. 5 more wear. More tire service per dollar. YOU PAY NO MOti immmmmmmmmmm* m I Rubber Welders I U8 North Thofington Aigona Phone 301 F.Goodrioh plastic and glass, which may tost more at the outset, may be used over and over again. Miss Kagance emphasizes the need for leak-proof containers for fruits packed in sirup or sugar. This is so important because the liquid does not solidify. She also points out that freezer burn, which is drying out as a result of poor wrapping, happens to such vegetables as peas as well as to meats. , Most wrappings now'available fill IhlS the carton, bag or flat Wrap classification. Plain 'and laminated aluminum foil, moisture-proof cellophane (plain of laminated), laminated glassine, pliofilm and polyethylene are all excellent materials. Buy aluminum foil in the .0015 gauge thliKness-for (he freezer locker. If the aluminum foil'i* too lightweight it is likely to pin-hole and stick to the meat. L68T foot While crawling into a granary, 20 year old Charles Bosma slipped and fell into a grind machine. Amputation of the Ocheyedan youth's right foot was necessary. Ribs Cracked In Auto Accident Poor visibility was blamed tot a two-car collision near Wesley Wednesday, Mar. 1. Henry Arndorfer and Donald McGuire, both of Corwith, collided on a gravel road % of a mile south of Wes- ler Artdcrfer h*d. sevetM ribs broken in the accident, bjit Mc- GUttt escalWd with a bruised hose. Arndorfer/g son Robert wag also riding with him, and he received cute on the face. Damage was estimated at $800 to Arndorfer's. 1949 Buick and $600 for McGulre's 1949 Chevrolet. ..... IN UUBUtH YOU KNOW THAT ... Ready-Mix Concrete and Supply Co. has one of the LARGEST stocks of BUILDING MATERIALS in these . . parts? * ' 'W Our firm name H ^READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO."-and many p*op!0 think we »«4I only c«ncrat* ami related products. While if* true that we prepare and deliver a lot of cubic yardage of concrete, we have h ere a COMPLETE stock of all types of building materials, in fact, one of the biggest in this area. We can sell you everything from finished doors and plate glass windows to overhead garage doors or a load of cut lumber. When you think of boiWing needs this Spring, think of READY-MIX. Ready-Mixed Concrete Car and Drop Siding Beveled or House Siding Flooring, all types wood Insulation, batt and blanket Roofing, wood, asphalt, asbestos, built-up, roll Building Paper and Felt Reynolds Metallation Insulation Hollow Tile Brick, face and common Millwork, all kinds Custom Cabinet Work Overhead Garage Doors HERE IS WHAT WE HAVE: Plywood and related products Cement, colors and masonry products Sheet Rock Lath and Piaster Plaster Aggregates Finish Lime Mason's Lime Flue Lining Fireplaces, indoor and outdoor Wall Board Finish Tile Store Fronts • Glass Block, biggest stock in north Iowa •Store Counters • Metal Products of all types •Barn Battens • Metal Lath • Steel Reinforcing Rods • Structural Steel • Steel Cellar Sash •Medicine Cabinets • Metal Area Walls • Waterproofing • Caulking Compound • Structural insulation !!! W| HA VI A FUJI Yes Stock of LUMBER DIMiNSION - ROUGH - FINISHED W* WIN Ml You Or* ftoord or a Carload READY-MIX CONCRETE&SUPPLY CO Algcna, IOWQ No. tantry Street -Phone ONE-SIX-SIX for READY-MIX"

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page