Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 8, 1953
Page 19
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Qnich'n Emy Meal, News for No Cook Trade New Windsor Mothers (Continued from page 17) pic comes in its own aluminum pic tin in which you both bake nnri serve each pic. A turkey pie is almost a meal in itself. Ml you'll need is a crisp salad and n light dessert. CAHBAOK AND CARROT SALAD 2 cups coarsely shredded cabbage 1 teaspoon grated onion 1 carrot, shredded V* cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons cream 1 teaspoon sugar *A teaspoon vinegar Vt teaspoon salt Put shredded cabbage, grated ©nion and shredded carrots in colander with ice cubes to crisp. Mix mayonnaise, cream, sugar vinegar, and salt. Just before serving add this dressing to the Family Lunch Sandwiches go over big when they have a savory cheese filling and are served with soup. Vegetable Soup Cheese and Pickle Sandwiches* Fresh Pears Beverage CIIKKKK AND PICKLE SANDWICHES* Ingredients: \k pound cheddar cheese, 4 to 0 medium-size sweet pickles, V\ cup canned drained pimicntos, 2 tablespoons sweet pickle liquid, mayonnaise, 12 to 10 slices buttered bread. Method: Put cheese, pickles and pimientos through food grinder If you do not have a food grinder, grate cheese and chop pickles and pimicntos. Mix ground mixture with pickle liquid and enough mayonnaise to moisten. Spread on 6 or 8 slices buttered bread and top with remaining bread. Cut in triangular halves to serve. You can enliven meals no end if you have chives growing in a pot on your kitchen window. Chop and add them to baked stuffed or mashed potatoes; sprinke them into a green salad or over cream of tomato soup; scatter them lavishly over a cube steak that's going into a lunch or supper sandwich. CONCENTRATED SWEETENER For Home Use Doctors R •commend SUGARINE Far Dlatetiat, Om — Igliti •ad Ltm Cafarfe DM* PURE-HARMLESS ECONOMICAL. Guaranteed non-fattening 4-Oz. Size Bottle Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE W. A. JORDAN CO. WhoUiiU Distributors well-drained vegetables, tossing lightly together. Makes 4 servings. CHOLOCLATE PEPPERMINT DESSERT 1 envelope unfavored gelatin V2 cup cold water 3 squares unsweetened chocolate 6 eggs "A cup sugar 'A teaspoon cinnamon 3 candy peppermint sticks Sprinkle gelatin over water to soften. Melt chocolate in top of double boiler over hot water. Separate eggs, mixing yolks with sugar, cinnamon and melted chocolate until smooth.- Cook gently, stirring constantly, until thick. Remove from heat and stir in softened gelatin. Cool. Beat egg whites to form peaks. Then fold into cooled chocolate mixture. Rinse oblong dish (10x6x2") in cold water. Pour in chocolate mixture and chill in refrigerator until firm. Slice in squares to serve. Crush peppermint sticks and sprinkle on each serving. Makes 6 to 8 servings. Gilson Council Plans For Halloween Event GILSON — At the Community Church Sunday School counci meeting held Monday at the home of Mrs. Harold King, plans were initiated for a Halloween party in the church basement set for Oct. 27. Mrs. Fay Wooldridgc, Mrs. Frederick Davis and Mrs. Kenneth Curry were appointed to provide | games. Prizes are to be awarded; for the best costumes. | Plans were also discussed con-| cerning the annual church Home-i coming event, Nov. 1, at the :hurch. The program will include music by a male quartet, a Junior choir now being formed and which will make initial appearance at the homecoming. Mrs. King served refreshments. The next meeting is set for Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Robert Putnam. Name Delegates to District Meeting NEW WINDSOR — Mrs. Adolpb Dunlop was chosen delegate to the district meeting of the War Mothers to be held at Bcrwyn Wednesday and Mrs. Lavern Plunkett named alternate delegate, at the meeling-of Unit 80, Monday afternoon. • There were 21 members who spent the afternoon sewing rug rags of Schick Domiciliary at Clinton, Iowa, r.l the home of Mrs. HUding Johnson. Mrs. John W. Peterson and Mrs. Vilas Triblcr were given the obligation by the president, Mrs. Myrtle Thompson. Communications thanking for gifts from the group were read from Walter Mazinski at Hines Hospital, Mrs. Alma Vanslrom and Mrs. Roy Johnson. It was voted to send the Argosy magazine to the Schafner and Campbell Cottages at East Moline State Hospital The birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Andrew Willett, Oct. 4, and Mrs. Triblcr, Oct. 5, were observed, Mrs. Thompson had prepared and decorated a cake for the occasion. Mrs. Charles Friichtenicht will at the meeting be coffee hostess Oct. 28. Mrs. Bessie Garrett, Mf. and Mrs. Rex Garrett and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Emery Garrett and sons attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Garrett and also visited in the home of Mf. and Mrs. Clarence Garrett at Chariton, Iowa, Sunday. Mrs. Wayne Ifickok and daughters accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Donald. Armstrong and family of Reynolds to Sterling on Sunday. They were all guests of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Coons. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Danowitz and daughter, Jane, of Short Hills, N. J., came Monday for a shortithe visit with her parents, Mr. andV Mrs. A. J. Petrfe. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis and son moved from an apartment in the Dale-Johns home to Moline Saturday, where Mr. Lewis is football coach and an instructor at John Deere Junior High School. A potluck supper was served Friday evening as a farewell to the Lewis family in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McKee of Woodbuli were o*ut-of-town guests. WSCS Circles Meet At LnKaycttc Homes I. A F A Y F. T T V, — LaFayelte .W.S.C.S. groups met last Thursday, firoup one met at. tho home nf Mrs. Dorothy Burhorn with Mrs. Lillian Russell co-hostess and devotional leader. Mrs. Mildred Sham- baw^h presided. Plans were discussed during the business meeting for serving the supper for the directors of the Lake* Calhoun Association at the church Monday night. Fifteen members and three children were present. Group two met at the home of Gladys Smith with Mrs. Mar- *The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. A Hon a The following were received in Thursday, October 8, 10.S8__1<L Eighteen members and two children were present. Group three met at the home of Mrs. Ann Pittard with Dorothy De Wolfe co-hostess and devotional eader. Mrs. Miriam De Vrics presided. Twelve members and a guest were present. Group four met at the home of Mrs. Florence Todd with Mrs. Bertha Hughes co-hostess and devotional leader. Mrs. Bertha Hodges presided. Plans for the fall festival were discussed. Sixteen members and two children attended. Mr gje Sweat, co-hostess and devotion 1 leader. Plans were discussed for fall festival during the bust meeting, which will be Nov to the Immanuel Lutheran Church last Sunday: Mrs. Harlcy Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hildcbrand and Diane, Estelle Bjorling, Suzanne Nelson, Karen Rylander, Larry Berg, Donald Jacobson, Harlan Lundeen, Leroy McGrcw and James Nelson. Brown rice must be cooked longer than while rice if you want it to be tender. 1 i B, il GIFT! THIS WEEK Buy 5-1 b. sack of Miller's Dog Meal or Miller's Kibbles at regular prices — and get this new sweet treat for your dog free! With Dog M«al or KIBBLES NEW! DeLong i DeLONG—Mrs. Harry Howerterj and Mrs. Alfred Howertcr were'; callers in Galva Friday afternoon. " Mrs. Perlc Hendricks went Sunday to Galesburg with her daughter, Geneva Crouch, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howerter, Mr. and Mrs. Borrell McWilliams, Larry, Mrs. Earle Griffith and: Earlene, were Galesburg callers { Saturday. i Mrs. Walter Caulter returned I home from the Cottage Hospital; after being there for a week. I Mrs. Clora Swanson of Knox-j ville was a caller in town Satur-j day. ! Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shay and 1 children were Friday shoppers in! Galesburg. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman,! Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McCoy, Mr.! and Mrs. Borrell McWilliams, Mr. and Mrs. Art Howerter attended a card "party at the Fay Wooldridge home in Gilson Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Same Cline and Sammie spent a few days in Kentucky with their daughter, Eleanor, and family. No. 5 Public Sq. Peerless Mkt. Dial 4938 FREE DELIVERY - 8:00 • 10:00 - 2:30 Freih Ground HAMBURGER .lb. 33* Prairie Farms BUTTER lb. Fresh Dressed STEWING HENS , 55< Choice SIRLOIN., RIB STEAKS »69< Fresh Made PORK SAUSAGE «,47< Koster's PARTY RYE *~3r * 25< Jo Ann LADY FINGERS . Package 33* Hills Bros. COFFEE 2 $1.73 Extra Fancy Pack APPLES (Jonathans) Vz bu. SI 99 New Crop Florida Large Size GRAPEFRUIT 5 <. R 35< Cape Cod CRANBERRIES Ctllo. Muscatine Jersey (3 lbs. 25c) SWEET POTATOES ^ S2.99 Bartlett Extra Fancy Large Oregon PEARS o.,55< BS499 Yellow Globe ONIONS 10 ib». 35' OYSTERS - FRESH OR BREADED SHRIMP FRUIT BASKETS MADE TO ORDER FREE DELIVERY - 8:00 . 10:00 • 2:30 RED& WHITE FOOD STORES Double WHITE Bucks! Again as a special bonus your five Galesburg Red & White stores will give an ADDITIONAL Red & White 'Buck' with the purchase of all Red & White foods. STOCK UP NOW! LIBBY'S-THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER Pumpkin NORTHERN Tissue Softened Twice RED AND WHITE - MILD AND LOTS OF MEAT CON CARNE LIBBY'S PINK - FANCY QUALITY Salmon LIBBY'S Catsup ARMOUR'S STAR All MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS <> Picnic Hams Ib 39 PURE FRESH Ground Beef lb 39 Swift Select CHUCK ROAST Swift Select Round or Swiss STEAK 79* MINCED HAM .b 39< Swift Premium Sliced BACON ,„79< Vl bu. $ Box FLORIDA SEEDLESS 96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 10 49 U. S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES 1029< FANCY WISCONSIN CAULIFLOWER FANCY TOKAY GRAPES 2,25* NI-LO GROCETERIA NO. 1 909 SOUTH SEMINARY STREET STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Sat., 8 A.M.. 8 P.M. Sundays: 8 A.M. • Noon PETE'S MARKET 788 NORTH SEMINARY STREET STORE HOURS: Monday thru Saturday, 7:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. FORREST OLSON 647 WEST LOSEY STREET • STORE HOURS: Mon.-Thurs., 8 A.M. - 6 P.M. Friday-Saturday, 8 A.M. - 8 P.M. NORTH SIDE FOOD MARKET 1178 NORTH SEMINARY STREET STORE HOURS: Mon.-M., 7:30 A.M.. 6:30 P.M. Saturday, 7:30 A.M. • 8:00 P.M. HI-LO GROCETERIA NO. 2 312 NORTH HENDERSON STREET STORE HOURS: Mon.-Sat., 8 A.M. -8 P.M. Sunday, 8 A.M. • Noon RED& WHITE Butter- Pancake You don't need BUTTERMILK ... it's already IN THE MIX! "TO ITiy taSte/' says Duncan Hines, the famous author of Adventures in Good Eating, "there are no more delicious pancakes and waffles than those made with buttermilk. "That's why, in perfecting Duncan Hines Pancake Mix, I made use of an old-fashioned Southern recipe calling for buttermilk. And for the final touch, I advise adding an egg to the batter— but remember—the buttermilk is already in the mis! •'Then you sit down to the most delicious pancake (or waffle) session you ever enjoyed! Duncan Hines Pancake Mix is at your grocer's now—there's good eating waiting for you." GUARANTEED the best puncok* mix you 've ever uiecj or your money beck 4

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