Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1953 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 9, 1953
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ferown Beef Stew Is a Dish That Is Filled With Nourishment Chefs In Galesburg restaurants prepare a delicious dish that is full of nutrition, yet often one of the lower-priced items on the menu- Brown Beef Stew. Often it is served in a menu which starts with tomato juice, and includes hot rolls, tossed green salad, apple or coconut pie, and beverage. What makes the slew so good is the care taken in preparing it. Here's how you do it: Brown beef cubes thoroughly In a small amount of hot fat. A good slew must cook slowly for several hours in water or other liquid. Add only enough liquid to cover the bottom of the pan. Cover the pan tightly and simmer slowly for about an hour and a half. Add additional liquid if needed. About 30 minutes before the Crown King and Queen During Homecoming Events at Stronghurst STRONGHURST — Jack Evans and Carol Larson, seniors, were voted king and queen of Homecoming at Stronghurst High School last week end. In the parade held Friday afternoon the Future Farmers of America had the winning float. The grade school entry was second and the senior class had third. The Stronghurst team won the football game from G and 0 by a comfortable margin. There was an estimated crowd of 600 at the game and 300 at the dance. The high school has received an order of 50 books for the library. The local grade school fapulty has 100 per cent membership in both the Illinois Education Association and the National Education Association. end of the cooking time, add pared vegetables and contin'm> to cook until vegetables and meat are tender. Favorite Brown Beef Stew (4 servings) One pound beef or" veal shoulder (boneless), 1 teaspoon salt, Y\ teaspoon pepper, % teaspoon paprika, YA cup flour, 2 tablespoons fat, 1 cup water, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon Kitchen Bouquet, 1 tablespoon catsup, 4 medium potatoes (pared), 4 medium carrots (pared), 4 medium onions (peeled). Cut meat into 4 to 6 pieces. Roll in blended salt, pepper, paprika, and flour to coat each piece and brown in fat in a heavy kettle. Add water and seasonings and simmer about 2 hours. Add the prepared vegetables. Cover and cook until vegetables are tender. Serve piping hot. (If the broth is too thin, thicken it with a tablespoon of flour mixed with % cup cold water. Boil, stir and taste.) To Give Report RIO—There will be a report of the grand chapter at the regular meeting of the Rio Chapter Order of Eastern Star at the Masonic Hall tonight. This report will be given by Mrs. Royal Litchfield, who attended the convention on Monday. :•> •••• •'• BROWN BEEP STEW makes * delicious dish (hat la atse eaajr •* the pocketbook. All torts of vegetables make it healthful, too. Criterion^ Meet ALTONA — Members of the Criterion Club enjoyed a wiener roast Sunday night at the Altona Park with several guests and children present. Dessert and coffee were furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCIay and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson, hosts for the evening. DRIVE OUT TO PEARL'S TRUCK STOP FOR GOOD HOME COOKED MEALS! Fried Chicken Dinners. $1.25 Catfish Dinners $1.50 Steaks (as you like them)......$1.50 up PEARL'S TRUCK STOP (Formerly Thelglen's Lunch) .;. 24-HOUR SERVICE Route 150 Knoxville Road Mom Deserves The Break She Gets When Taken Out to Dinner Nowadays Dad works five days a week—or maybe six. But think of the many housewives who have to work seven days a week in the kitchen,—not to mention the many who do double duty working to increase the family income. Regardless of how many gadgets there are available to make Mom's work easier in the kitchen, it's still the number of days per week, and hours per day that make her lot a hard one by comparison. So restaurants are taking up the banner for Mom during October— Restaurant Month, as an emancipation movement. They want to get families to eat out at least one meal a week so that Mom can get a well deserved break. While businessmen and women cat one or two meals in restaurants and hotels nearly every day, the average housewife doesn't share this convenience. And that's something they'd appreciate, especially on Sunday when preparations for dinner take several hours at least. Chances are, too, that the average home cook would be astonished at the time saved arid the moderate prices charged for the family's dinner either in a downtown eating place or one of the many fine restaurants scattered about in the city or county. It will be a holiday for Mom, and it is also a safe bet that once she breaks away from the kitchen for dinner out it will become a habit and the time she saves will go a long way toward doing other household chores or in getting needed rest and relaxation. Eating out not only gives the family a change in food, but there is a sort of festive air in eating in a well-filled restaurant where other families are doing the same thing and everyone is relaxed and happy. OCTOBER • • • Maurant Hospitality Month ENJOY A RESTAURANT MEAL... A WONDERFUL CHANGE Haehnel-Birdoes Supply Corp. RESTAURANT AND TAVERN SUPPLIES 61 S. Seminary St. Phone 8-1479 Be it a Snack or a Complete Meal DRIVE OUT TO THE PARKWAY Tops in Sandwiches, Malts and Soft Drinks. Fast Servicel Come out and eat in the comfort of your car or come in for table service. Bring the Familyl A RESTAURANT MEAL. — WATCH THE CARS -— PARKWAY DRIVE-IN 1223 North Henderson St. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Friday, October 9, 10,6$ \% Tylerville TYLERVILLE — Mrs. Lena Wilson, daughter and son, Miss Barbara and Gene, of Galesburg visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith. Gene Wilson is home on furlough from his duties in the Navy, at Norfolk, Va. A famiiy gathering was held in Galesburg on Sunday in honor of Gene, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith were among those present. Other recent guests at the Smith home were Mr. and 1 Mrs. Robert Joseph son and daughter of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bruner of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Downs of Galesburg were Tuesday dinner guests . at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs J. J. Buliman. The electrical storm on Saturday struck a transformer near .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adcock and caused damage to the home from fire and smoke, Some of the telephones in that vicinity were also put out of service. The Kelly Township school trus^ tees held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Tanner Glass on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Malcolm have returned home from their wedding trip, and are moving this week to their home in a trailer on Olive Street in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Pogue and Miss Hazel Glass of Galesburg visited Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Glass. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Lawless of Mount Sterling were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potter of Decatur were Monday visitors at the home of J. A. Terpening and Miss Aileen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Terpening and daughter, Myrtle Louise, of Galesburg, were visitors at the same home that evening. Mrs. Kenneth Sallee and son, Mike, of Terre Haute visited Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Sallee. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Terpening and daughter, Miss Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Strum and sons, Eu gene and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clute, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clute, Mrs. Erma Terpening, Mrs Harold Law and son, Sammy, Frank and Jay Clute, J. A. Terpening and Miss Aileen enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Clute timber on Sunday. A number of relatives gathered, 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmeri Bloomgren on Monday evening to,' celebrate the birthday anniversary: of the Rev. Arnold Rutledge oV Galesburg. Waffles and Cranberries Are Tops You can learn a lot of food ideas by dining out at restaurants Vor instance the clever ways they "1 iliac the 1an«y cranberry and waffles Waffles are such versatile morsels of golden-brown goodness. Bracing fur breakfast. Lovely for lunch, Dcleclablp. for dinner. Use a mix for their batter; or start from scratch. Then go'to town in the way you serve them. Just to si art you off, here's what you can do by teaming waffles with that unusually fine product — canned cranberry sauce. Let's start, with breakfast. It's Sunday morning? Rashers of crisp bacon, slices of ham or rich sausage link' browned in a skillet- nothing, to our mind, tastes quite as good for breakfast with waffles Accompany this combination wit glistening Cranberry Orange Topping—prepared in a minute, heated slowly so flavors blend lovingly. Bring on the strong hot coffee —and taste, taste, taste! But now it's lunchtime. The girls corning for bridge? The family usually home on Saturday? Then start this noon meal with a chow der and pilot crackers; go on to salad: end with gingerbread waffles. On these molasses-and- ma ,„ ar i nG y 4 cup brown spice tempters spoon a taste trio,tcr or margarine, n 1 of cranberry sauce, applcsaucc,sugar. b saucei D ut- and raisin-, enlivened with a dash'.Method V™™™"?^ a s ' auC e- of cinnamon and slivered toasted ter and b 0win sugar n J almonds. Enrapture your audience pan. » ea \^nt,iWve piping still more if you like by adding a h cn .ntf ^^^th^ied .drift of whipped cream. \ no y <JVL ' And so to dinner. Make thelchicken menu that Ail-American favorite HOT CRANBERRY BUTTER . . . tangyswect and Just right to serve with waffles and fried chicken. Chill several hours before serving. Spoon over hot gingerbread waffles for dessert. HOT CRANBERRY BUTTER , Ingredients: One 1-pound can molasses-and'-iwhole cranberry sauce, YA cup but Plant life being protected In Acadia National Park in Maine ultimately will represent a botanic garden of the entire Acadian region. Homecoming Parade Held By Avon School AVON—The annual parade held in connection with the Homecoming events of Avon high school, took place Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. Led by the high school band, the usual line of march was reversed, and the group marched north from Main and Courtland Streets to the corner of Woods and Main, and back again. Darla Wagy was drum majorette. Eleven floats were entered in the parade, each representing the school's future plans for Valley, whose team they will play tonight. A group of young baton twirlers followed the band, and other groups included the Boy Scouts, Cubs, Girl Scouts and Brownies. Bringing up the rear was a group of grade school youngsters on decorated bicycles. Green and white streamers decorated the lamp posts along Main Street, as well as the flag pole at the corner of Main and Clinton. The floats were judged, and the winners will be announced later. —fried chicken, green peas and waffles. This time top the waffles with Hot Cranberry Butter Good? Simplv scrumptious! CRANBERRY ORANGE TOPPING Ingredients: One 1-pound Prisoners May Kiss Wife or Sweetheart MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. W—Indiana State Prison inmates may can j again kiss their wives or sweet- cup hearts who visit them i But the jellied cranberry sauce, " r&n «° marmalade. ' | But the new order instructs Method: (rush cranberry sauce in\guards to watch embraces closely the can with a fork by insertinsiso no escape tools are passed, fork through center of sauce in! The kissing policy was discon- the can and slowly stirring until Unued several years ago for un- texture becomes saucy. Spoon announced reasons, into saucepan. Stir in orange Heat, slowly until hot. crisp buttered break- marmalade Spoon over fast waffles HARVEST TOPPING Ingredients: One 1-pound jellied cranberry sauce,' Yz READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS for the finest in AMERICAN and ITALIAN FOODS WITH ENTERTAINMENT EVERY NIGHT Come out and relax over a few cocktails, enjoy a delicious dinner, and fine music by JULIE LA BOLLE Now In Her Seventh Week at MARTI E'S 1685 Grand Ave. SUPPER CLUB Phone 6351-6 can cup canned applesauce, YA cup seedless raisins (rinsed in hot water and drained), YA cup slivered blanched toasted almonds, YA teaspoon cinnamon. Method: Crush cranberry sauce with a fork by inserting fork' through center of sauce in the can and slowly stirring until texture becomes saucy. Stir in applesauce, raisins, almonds and cinnamon. —OCTOBER— RESTAURANT HOSPITALITY MONTH TREAT I Lagomarcino- Crupe Co. Birthday Observance LaFAYETTE — Mrs. Nina Jones took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkins, to Carthage Sunday to visit at the-home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilkins, where a celebration of James Wilkins' 76th birthday was held. More than 821,000 tons of cargo were carried in 1952 by the Military Sea Transport Service. YOUR FAMILY lo DINING OUT PLEASURES SUSIE'S STEAK HOUSE KNOXVILLE We Feature Chop Suey For "Home Service" Relax - Enjoy Living - Eat Out Often Treat Your Family to Dining Out Pleasures October Is RESTAURANT HOSPITALITY MONTH SUPPLIERS OF FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND BEVERAGES 460 E. Brooks Si. Phone 4131 Galesburg, Illinois Make II a Treat For the Whole Family! • SANDWICHES . • SHORT ORDERS • COMPLETE DINNERS • FOUNTAIN SERVICE Drop in, in the morning for coffee and home made roil. PRIVATE DINING ROOM SERVICE AVAILABLE! Ernie's TASTY GRILL 60 South Kellogg Across from Orpheum "OCTOBER - RESTAURANT HOSPITALITY MONTH" Lunch or Dinner at the American Beauty Is Truly An Enjoyable Experience Come in and relax over a delicious meal, cooked to perfection and graciously served. A welcome refresher any day of the week. wonderful food . • • fine condy homemade pastries Enjoy Sunday Dinner or an Evening Meal ol th* American Beauty SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU DAILY V

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