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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 10, 1953
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0 00 in tkef/ews Legislator to Address B. aud P.W., Guests, Business Women's Week Mrs. Pauline B. Rinakcr of Carlinville, rep- rcscntalive .from the 30th district to the state legislature, will he the featured speaker at the finest night. Public Affairs dinner of the Galesburg Business and Professional Women's Club Thursday evening at (5:45 o'clock at the Hotel Custer. This dinner is being held during National Business Women's Week which has been proclaimed throughout the nation beginning Oct. 11 and ending Oct. 17. Reservations arc available to the public and may be obtained by calling Mrs. Florence McCotincll, If) E. Grove St. Mrs. Kinaker's ability to work for and with people is attested by the fact that she has been state president of three women's organizations, P.K.O., Am Legion Auxiliary and the Womui Academy Republican Clubs. She has done hers assembled Thursday for a much work with Iliini Girls Slate,;meeting at the Moose Hall with Red Cross, Girt Scouts and helped^^ lin ^ arold Wulf conductin * thc organize Home Bureau in Ma-J After the business meeting a coupin County, all of which allows| social hour was enjoyed and re- her to speak ably on the topic ofjfreshments were served by the public relations. [hostesses, Mrs. Elmer Wessel, This week will mark the 26th Mrs. Carl Mathers and Mrs. John anniversary of the National Fed- McCarthy. eration of Business and Profes-j Thc next meeting will be held sional Women's Clubs Inc. Nov. 19. Mrs. Itinker Academy of Friendship imcn'si Academy of Friendship mem- Republican Women to Hold Regional Meeting Oct. 22 Stale Senator Lottie Holman O'Neill of Downers Grove, will bp the principal speaker at a fall regional conference of the Federation of Illinois Women's Republican Clubs to be held in Galesburg Oct. a at thc Hotel Custer. This is one of several regional meetings. State officers will be present for thc event and among Inem will he Mrs. Clifford R. Laws of Spring-' field, stale president of thc Illinois Women's Republican Clubs, and Mrs. John T. Thomas of Belleville, chairman. Women's Division, slate central committee. Considered one of the most influential members of the Senate, Mrs. O'Neill is chairman of the Committee on Civil Service, vice- chairman of the Committee on Education and a member of the Committees on Apportionment, Elections, Municipalities and Public Welfare. Mrs. O'Neill was first elected to the Legislature in 1922 and was the first woman in (he, history of the state to be elected" to such an office. She served nine terms as representative to the General Assembly and was elected to the State Senate in 1950 from the 41st senatorial district. Registration Registration will begin at 9:30 o'clock in the morning and thc session will cpnvene at 10 o'clock. For thc 1 o'clock luncheon, it is requested that reservations be made by Oct. 15 with cither Mrs. Ray Anderson, 1006 N. Kellogg St., or Mrs. A. If. Telford at thc A. N. Telford Co. Iiw j* -wy t . These fall regional meetings *V \J» I rCSeillS arc open to all women interested,li -ii •»-»! • . regardless of party affiliation. irJagS, UlailkeiS It is important, explains Mrs. |he Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Saturday,,£>ctobef 10,, 105$ t Entertainment HJieA lAJitlt YlfjenuA aA ^aaJ ^clitorA cjCooLj cJ&dten and Eat, Elat^ £lat By ADELINE KERR I Food editors attending the National Newspapers Food Editors j Conference this week in Chicago mentally swooned over something j f :l'» besides the gustatory delights of deleelably prepared food — and, ;'l"-y were expected to by their hosts, thc various food companies i'-'.ho r. products make this nation,——— — the best fed in the world For instance, I'nccini's sad ami; tj and _ aling •01 ions opera, "La Bohcme, as group. Maybe, one gets used to; pre enied in the Kungsholm MM d ' Company smorgasbord ..UM . Grand Opera theatre. was; Svjth j 0f , sin) , in( , chlb whp| one of the most, enchanting hits- •tand one-half hours of enter-; Just as sumptuous was the Boral, the re the flower decorated 40-foot, long fable j , • , ,, , , ,„. . held 50 to GO different kinds of! hmm.ent one could hope for ih«s ;food _, ohslf . r salafl r; ,,.]ed amidsti r'V \™v C ,f"!""!; '"? KS ? f U ! ,J :<»I1 bright red dishes in the shape Plusliy l.tlle theatre thai seats only, f stamiing Iohstnr jf .„ iftd salafJ \ 20f people and is ,n a decoraf,ve| icklcr , fjs)l do]icaci ,, s> , oufflcs | mo,,) of antique ivory and scarlet ^ )( . Th - W . |S st (] jn (h p , J H,rn the minute the m.n.alure f fl room |hat hafJ h , | jPippel orchestra rises before the. bIue brocaded wa!]s brnk ,. n bv V '," h the 1 " i % c : )miuc,or !fluted pillars rising to the corall viciously waving his baton, youi cr ,jjj na 1 are em. into another world. fPup -j But hm ,' aj?airi , he mu>ic vicd ! PK :;..e operated by U men under jh h food . Ewrf .„ Wester; he .age > Galesburg s Scandina-, and his mc „ ow bari(onc voice ,\i ;in population would have loved SENATOR LOTTIE HOLMAN H„ ; "che Gelida Manina" in „ .... , O'NEILL who will address a ;| U : go'den voice of Jussi Bjorlinj' M ' umoa •regional meeting of the Fcdera- j;,,,,„,| m ., s fa] | magnificently am tion of Illinois Women 's Reputi- p ]j| i(( lican Clubs Oct. 22 in Galesburg. f)r(hr ,, ra of La ScaIa< M ilan. The ? ' r ' '"K - f thrilled the assemblage and the 1 Singing Chorus, which j has toured Europe and sung be! t <u i "'! fore the Swedish kings, presented; were from the chorus and , , , • , , ... several numbers closing with an 1 Caramel Crown Dessert 2 cups flour * » • • min.alurc opera is the personal• aspired rend ion of J.he M hobby of Frederick A. Chramer. »> ,mn of thc Republic- Battle: Wallace Thompson, Knox Countyil O S chools G. M. A. Is Host Thh presentation was eniovcfi , T , . after a dinner given there by Gen- room of ihc Drakc tral Mills and attended by 133 James Shields Woman's W! editors, several newspaper.} ,et ' l, ? n . w,tl ? th . e { ™?* Relief r , pr , ; „ rifativ ' is and Groccry \U fa ' rI - v . s™??** 1 *? at thc usurers of America officials ^ a rcllcf and contrast. At the Kraft Foods Company luncheon event in the Grand Ball- both decora- 1 Hons and displays were in com-; food which was; company, i 1 cup margarine 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg yolk Ice Cream 1 teaspoon vanilla Caramel Sauce Thoroughly cream the margarine and sugar. Add the egg yolk and vanilla. Add the flour and mix well. Spread in greased lO'/z x 15V4- inch <jelly roll) pan and bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees, for 1.5 to 20 minutes. Cool and cut into 15 squares. Place a scoop of ice cream on each square and pour caramel sauce over the top, Kraft Caramel Sauce \k lb Caramels G28 caramels) Vz cup hot water or milk Place the caramels and water or milk in the top of a double boiler. Heat, stirring frequently until the caramels are melted and the sauce is smooth. Makes 1 cup sauce. Social Announcements KUM-.IOYNUS CLASS Thc Kum-Joyn-Us Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Schwanke, 815 N. Seminary St. DOUGLAS P.T.A. Douglas Parent-Teacher Association will meet in the school gym Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock with the program to be presented by the fiflh graders. A demonstration] will be gi^Cn by the Girl Scouts; and the Brownies. SANDBURG BIRTHPLACE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson will greet visitors to the Carl Sandburg Birthplace, 331 E. Third St., Sunday afternoon when it is open to thc public from 3 to 5 o'clock. HITCHCOCK P.T.A. Hitchcock-P;T.A. will meet Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock at the school. Wesley Wooley, superintendent of school district 205, wiill speak on "Good Schools Are Your Responsibility," in connection with American Education Week, Refreshments- will be served at the social hour to follow the meeting. SARAH CIRCLE Sarah Circle of the Trinity Lutheran Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Clark Palmer, 1198 N. Prairie St., Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. N. W. Jordan and Mrs. Harold T. Nelson. DELPHIAN GROUP Members of the Delphian Group are being asked to note the change of time for the Tuesday afternoon meeting which will be held at 2 o'clock in the home of Miss Merta Work, 794 N. Kellogg St. CLIO CLUB Mrs. L. D. Johnson, 1649 N. Prairie St., will be hostess to members of Clio Club Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Andrew Horn will present the program. BEULAII WATTERS GROUP Beulah Watters Missionary Group will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Rescue Mission. The Rev. George Eleombe will be the guest speaker. Members and friends are invited to attend. FARNIIAM FATHERS NIGHT Instead of scheduled plans, Farnham Parent-Teacher Association will hold Fathers' Night Monday at 7:30 o'clock at the school. Judge Gale Mathers will be the speaker. Directed by John JHar- stick, the Echoettcs will sing". CULTURES ASSOCIATION The first autumn meeting of the International Cultures Association will be a 0:30 o'clock dinner Tuesday at Scandia Restaurant. Mrs. L. W. Hunt, president, will show color slides taken during her tour of several European countries. Special music will complement the program. It is requested that reservations be made bv Monday evening with Mrs. L. W. Hunt, 2285 N. Broad St. DAY NURSERY BOARD Members of the Day Nursery Board will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Myra Gammage, 1429 N. Kellogg St. CATHERINE CLUB BOARD Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, the Catherine Club board of directors will meet at the club building. WAR II MOTHERS, 51 Unit 51 of the Mothers of World War Two Club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. Lounge. president, and Mrs. William H. Moon, district director, that there! is representation from all clubs Corps convened Thursday ... . ! n the area in order that the en- ! :Moose Hall with Mrs. Roy Cruys Kariier in the evening, the editors: An unusually interesting yet, fathered in another room for the httle talked about hobby is the ; 0 M A mrktail nartv and <mortras- collecting of covered cheese djshes Mr.,. J. Gladtollcr rcporlH u„l v „. ,,„AJ„, lavU-h, that« «™W <f *> Z£J.f",L"S' K tott & lh " •"j** " nd , ™' tire program of thc Federation; CO nducting the business meeting can be explained, toward the goali of putting it into action. ' Open House Honors Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass In East Galesburg Hausman gave a report for the whic>i ways and means committee. The \ rij y,. { \ was featured at the: jisiana who was flown to Chi- some hi^oryj* _ th f s ^ „ a „ nf i u f,°„ mc „ personalities.' £ OVernor sp ea k s , ... , ,,• . :ti i.-aii -tj. I.H..1.. nu.i „..^., , Another famous personality "\ built around Swed,sh ia hobby with Marye Dahnke, di- *f tu ™ Cheese whose wit was new to the editors, secretary's and treasurer's report- But lh f editors arc rugI?ed in-^ ^SanTaiS author ucd^ries? Che se "pread^^-^rnor Robert F. Kennon of One hundred friends and rela-!*™ rcad by Mrs Irene Nelson^ wht>n it comes to food uses, < - - -' Lou "» fives gathered at the home of MrJ Ihc Corps voted to donate $/.- b ^veterans. different companies, and then founder of Kraft Foods. whlch was excellent, special coie-.>»ke em raw, said Governor Ken- Mr, Mary Harvey was. initiated waded right into the next meal j An exhibi t 0 f.. the ^ handsome^. Kr.ft Caramel^Crown, ^ofje ^uuaan. "We don't send 'em up a hotinorth for love—strictly for money. P'olks take to these pota- -thev are interested in it and dur-^ arl c. WnglU, vic7 president ; ^ harvestJ«n^ .eek, they sampled all 0 f Kraft, and Norman Kraft, a menu ot cnicKcn consomme wim^ , , „ . .... „,* them on their 4()th wedding anni- A three-tiered cake decorated,Mrs. Barton from South Dakota which v. as usually just about anVlishes owned by Mary Dahnke anj^ are made by ikees." with red roses graced the table was welcomed. hourly. And when the end of. M r. Wright.was revealedI when the i \£*^g* r \ h £* Dy ' Tt was nnnnnnnpH that the sew the week came, there wasn't even,stage curtains drew back and spooning me cnetse onto it was announced tnai me sev. m ^ i>m ^ ^ amongst tne i snowcd them against black velvet, hamburger patty. Then cover and was served by Mrs. Raymond Snodgrass. Presiding at the coffee ing group will meet Tuesday at Taking a Trip? You art cordially Invited to com* to us for all-inclwiiv* travel tervic*. Wherever yov with to travel In this country of abroad, however you wish to go — by plane, train, steamship or but-th* Motor Club will make your retervalioni, get your tickets, and help with all necessary details. let '.he Motor Club be YOUR travel agent. There it no charge for these services. Coll or come in for free Information with no -obligation. GALESBURG BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB Travel Bureau Mrs. Walter Farbes Speahs to American Legion Auxiliary Members of the American Legion Auxiliary gathered Thursday evening in the Legion home to hear Mrs. Walter Forbes explain the financial aid available to war orphans for educational purposes. Speaking on scholarships, Mrs. Forbes said if scholarships were explained and, understood earlier there would be more graduates scholarship conscious. The Auxiliary Loan Fund helps many otherwise unable to borrow money for educational and vocational purposes to complete courses before repaying their loan and the Galesburg Auxiliary is the only unit in Illinois that has this fund. Miss Julia Nelson, president, assisted by Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. Robert Carr summarized the District. Convention in Abingdon where the Auxiliary was represented by 20 members. One hundred and ninety-two members gathered from four counties to welcome the caravan of state officers and chairman. It was announced that members having jelly to contribute to the Galesburg Cottage Hospital jelly shower are being asked to leave it at the American Legion Hall or call Miss Julia Nelson, 513 Monroe St., to have it picked up. Reservations are being taken for the county dinner to be held Oct. 15. Senator Broyles will be the guest speaker. The Auxiliary rummage sale will be held at 72 S. Seminary St. Wednesday beginning at 8 o'clock in the morning. Members are being asked to leave articles for the sale at this address before 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon or at the Legion home. Airs. Robert Carr reported 401 members signed for 1953-54 and Mrs. Fred Rodenhouser reported 27 new members. Group singing was enjoyed by all with Mrs. Mills Westfall as the leader and Mrs. Wallace Mundy as piano accompanist. Tables were decorated with the Halloween theme as Mrs. Fred Baughman, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Harrell Dickerson, Mrs. S. S. Scott and Mrs. R. A. Gunther served during the social hour. 'service were Mrs. James Sriod-jthe home of Mrs. James Gladfel•> grass and Mrs. Raymond Crowe.iter, 573 W. South St., for a potluck iMrs. Harold Snodgrass and Mrs.jdinner. A flag will be presented George Hatch were in charge of;to the Coldbrook school Monday the gifts and Mrs. Marion Pendry|afternoon. A district convention had charge of the guest book. | will be held next Oct. 22, which is Among the floral decorations the regular meeting date, with thc was an attractive bouquet of red session beginning at 9 o'clock, and white carnations, a gift of theLuncheon will be served at noon East Galesburg War Mothers Club.jat the First Christian Church. The six children of Mr. and Mrs.!Members are being asked to make Snodgrass and their families were I reservations with either Mrs Harry Humphrey, 1392 N. Ce (^ir St., or Mrs. Nellie Rank, U39 •$ Prairie St., by Monday, Oct. 19. The bazaar committee was ip- pointed and is as follows: Sirs. Harry Humphrey, Mrs. John G DSS, Mrs. Clara Blakslee, Mrs. Lucille i Wilcox, and Mrs. Leo Hausmai. Charter was draped in merwry of Miss Sara Aycrs and Mrs. Cara Meiers. Resolutions were wrrten Penuche Fudge Pie with top half of bun. The beat of the hamburger melts the . spread. The cheese product can also be turned into a sauce by all present for the occasion. Miss Onion and John Carle Wed In Maryland At a late afternoon ceremony in Frederick, Md., Miss Mabel Onion of 834 E. Grove St., and John ( .... .... Carle of Peoria were married in|by Mrs. Nellie Stoner and reac 1 by toes like a girl does to luxury," said the wise cracking governor in regaling the editors. Governor Kennon traced the history of th« thc Presbyterian Church. The Rev VV. Merval Weaver officiated at the 4 o'clock service, last Saturday. Attendants for the couple were Mr. Carle's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert W. Robeson of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Carle was graduated from Brown's Business College and for some years has been in fhe trust department of the B'irst Galesburg National Bank and Trust Co. She is a member of Business and Professional Women's Club. Mr. Carle is with Caterpillar Co. and has been transferred to York, Pa., where the company is building a new plant. The couple will reside at 1G36 E. Market St. in York. Mrs. Albert Egan. Past Noble Grands Are Honored by Lodge Past noble grands were honored guests at the Vesta Rebekah Lodge meeting Wednesday evening. Sixteen guests were present for the meeting held in I. O. O. F. Hall. Other guests included officers and appointees of District 11 from Woodhull, Galesburg 791 and Loyal 386 lodges. Coming events announced were the sewing club which will meet in the home of Mrs. J. W, Lund- quisl, 1453 W. Losey St., Wednesday; a rummage sale, Oct. 24, at the old city bus station; and the bazaar and dinner, Nov. 20. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Diamonds that are worn often should be cleaned once a month to keep their sparkle. Detergent in a cup of steaming water is all the cleaning matter necessary. A fresh egg sinks in water, has a dull, rough shell, has yolk in the center (hold egg up to light), and contents do not shake about loosely. 254 I. Simmon, St. Fbon. 4818 1 gj,^ Jm CLASSIFIED ADS Naomi Circle Meets In Raymond Home Naomi Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. L. Raymond, 747 Bateman St. Mrs. T. S. Johnston, Mrs. Harry Gustafson and Mrs. Hal Olson were the hostesses. The meeting was opened by scripture reading by Mrs. M. L. Raymond. The women were reminded about making something for the bazaar which will be held Dec. 3. The Circle's project is the selling of plates, one of the altar and one of the outside of the church. Mrs. Otis Goff, who has been making a study of the women of the Bible, gave an interesting and instructive paper on Naomi. Mrs. Elmer Thoureen and Mrs. Marie Cowden presided at the tea table. Guests were Mrs. Peter J. Hommerstad, Mrs. Otis Goff, Mrs. Vernon Lind and Mrs. James VanNess. The Nov. 4 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. S. William Anderson, 1022 N. Academy St., with Mrs. David Reed and Mrs. O. H. Hallstrom as assisting hostesses. "Salem Interiors" Is Topic for Home Culture Club Home Culture Club opened Its 54th year with a dessert luncheon served in the home of Mrs. Fred W. Boh], 1372 N. Prairie St., Wednesday. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. O. L. Judson. Mrs E. C. Foster and Mrs. F. O. Bohl. "Look At America" is the club's theme for the year and in keeping with this theme Miss Kila Hiler presented a talk and pictures on "Salem Interiors." She stated that colonial life of New England is exemplified in Salem whether it be architecture or home furnishings. America's greatest architectural wood carver and designer, Samuel Mclntire, made his home there. He worked for twenty years on the interior woodwork of the Pierce Nichols house, the finest wood home in New Eng- N land. Salem citizens early recognized the historical value of its homes and furnishings and have preserved them intact insofar as possible. Various architectural types with a combination of several periods of furnishings are combined with unbelievable beauty stated Miss Hiler in conclusion. Mis$ Hiler was able to tell the group of Salem first hand as she has visited there. heating in a small pan or doubleisweet potato from the time the na- boiler, can be spooned over hot" L .j macaroni, over hot mixed vegetables or as a topping for baked potatoes, croquettes, baked eggs and baked or broiled fish fillets. Patty Berg Talks Displays vied with the talks, which were brief, at the ^wank tives of the West Indies presented one to Columbus as a gift. Now it is one of Louisiana's biggest crops. The yam contains larg« quantities of carotene. Science has increased the vitamin A content in the yam by more than 100 per cent in less than 25 Teu>...Th«r* luncheon Thursday -when vraMnW more totll iooA tttttt» arid Company was the host in jpound than in any other root crop, lovely Gold Room of The Drake. Wilson certified prime rib of beef, au jus, — just delectably rare and, a mamouth serving — was the main presentation. Wilson and Co. display featured many diverse products available in the by-product line which was a surprise to many editors who learned for the first time that it was pointed out. Accompanying ih» governor were Dave Pearce, Louisiana agriculture commissioner, and H. J. Castillo, chairman of the state'i sweet potato advertizing and development commission. Lots of Beef Both Swift and Company and every part of an animal is usedthe Armour Company stressedthe use of the tremendous quantities of lean beef reaching the market and pointed out that the home- J. O. H. Club and Guests Enjoy Wiener Roast Friday evening members and their families cf the J. 0. H. Club was entertained!were entertained in the country home of Mrs. Alfred Hayden Sr of Woodhull. A wiener roast was enjoyed by the group prior to the meeting. Bunco and other games were enjoyed during the evening, and prizes awarded to Mrs. Manfred Hulstedt, Mrs. Marshall Howland, Mrs. Forest Nelson and Judy Nelson. Visitors for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Nelson and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Keitli Lit ton and sons, Donald and Stanley The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Richard Howland, 1104 Lombard St. When you make sandwiches, butter both pieces of bread before adding a moist filling. The butter will prevent the filling from soaking into the bread. Interesting variety in easy-to-make desserts is one of the homemaker's most difficult problems. To help her plan pleasant endings to her meals — and to celebrate their 75th Anniversary, "The 'Junket' Folks" at Little Falls, N. Y. introduced three delicious new recipes for pie fillings at the Food Editors conference. They all can be made in a matter of minutes with quick fudge and frosting mix and little or no experience. Chocolate Fudge Pie, Pecan Fudge pie and festive looking Orange Coconut Anniversary Pie were all sampled and found delectable. Each one of these pie filling recipes is so simple to follow. The secret is pre-cooked "creamy" Quick Fudge Mix which is the basis of each recipe. Pie fillings are planned for 9" pies and are so rich and delicious that they yield from 8 to 10 servings, each. Penuche Anniversary Fudge Pie 1 unbaked 9" pastry crust 1 package penuche quick fudge mix 3 large eggs \-i cup water Vi cup melted butter Z A cup pecan halves Prepare pie crust from your own recipe or from packaged pie crust mix. Put penuche quick fudge mix into bowl. Add eggs, water and melted butter. Beat with rotary beater until thoroughly blended. Stir in pecan halves. Pour into unbaked crust. Bake 375 degrees F. for 40 minutes until filling is set. " ' r - : ' whipped cream. Serves S to 10. in the modern Wilson packing house operation. The displays showed a line of top-notch pharmaceuticals, golfmakers everywhere will find econ- equipment, baseball gloves, basket-jomy beef a budget-saver. It is as balls and tennis rackets etc. [nutritious as the higher grade beef Brief talks were made by Ed-jcuts and provides wonderful eat- ward F. Wilson, chairman of thejing. Both companies were hosts board, J. D. Cooney, president,'at breakfasts at The Drake. Cool. Serve with Sincerity Lodge Meets ^Congregational Church Sincerity* Lodge 6, Ladies jy' onwn See Film uiary to the Brotherhood ot Railroad Trainmen, held its meeting About I). I*. f aniUY at the Elks Club this week with The Women's Fellowship of the Mrs. N. G. Netsell, vice president. East Main Street Congregational in charge. Reports were given by c , un . t . h mpt Frid afternoon in the various committees. , , . . ,. , Booster Club will meet in the } iw church dl " in S P arlors - Mrs Elks Club sunroom, Wednesday Dren Carlson led the devotions, for a potluck luncheon. The next assisted by several members. The regular business meeting will be.R CV . Arthur Wolfgarth spoke on held Nov. 3 with election of ofti- --Christian Social Action" and pre eers to be held. Refreshments were served and a social hour was enjoyed. Try Louisiana Yam Pralines drained and mashed Dash salt Cajun bonnets straight from St. Martinvillc, Louisiana, the picturesque village of Longfellow's "Evangeline" fame and the center of the Cajun country, were given to the food editors to signalize Louisiana yams. Called a "gardc-de-soleil" by the native Cajuns, the bonnet was handmade by a sweet and charming old lady known to everyone throughout the area as 'Tante Le-Na" (Aunt Lena). Fields in this romantic section of Lousisiana along the bayous during the harvest time for Louisiana Yams, are dotted with the bright and colorful bonnets. Into the bonnets at the conference were tucked a sampling of a real Southern delicacy— Louisiana Yam Pralines. This recipe, a variation on the famed "New Orleans Pralines," was developed in the test kitchens of the Louisiana Yam Association. Louisiana Yam Pralines (Makes 20-22 3-inch pralines) 3 cups granulated sugar 1 cup light cream 1 No. 2 can Louisiana Yams, or \Y\ cups mashed cooked fresh Louisiana Yams. 1 cup firmly - packed brown sugar 2 cups broken pecans In a heavy saucepan, combine granulated sugar, light cream, mashed Louisiana yams and salt; mix well. Cook over medium heat until mixture reaches soft ball stage (224-225 degrees), stirring occasionally. Jn a small heavy skillet, melt brown sugar over medium heat. When yam mixture has reached 227 degrees, add melted brown sugar and broken pecans; mix well. Remove from heat and drop from a spoon onto well greased cooky sheets. Allow pralines to cool until crystallized. Rummage Sale First Methodist Church Kellogg & Ferris Sl». Tuesday, Oct. 13 Starting «t 8 A. M. Sponsored by Circle No. 6 sented a film titled "The Cum-i mington Story," a pictorial ac- 1 count of a displaced family coming to the U. S. A. | A harvest of soup and juicei .was gathered for the Red Cross. 1 I Mrs. J. M. Brown, who is leaving |lhe community to live in " the A handy thing to work in around the house is a play suit with matching skirt. You can always button the skirt on if the doorbell rings. BEAD TUL WAN! ADS Eastern Trip Color Slides Shown Circle Color slides of the vacation trip'south, was presented a gift through the east taken by the Rev.i Mrs. Dick Peyton poured when, Leman Olsenius and his family refreshments were served from a- this summer were shown by the'table decked in a fall motif. The pastor for the meeting of circle social committee for the day was seven of the First Lutheran 'Mrs- James Stone, chairman, Mrs. Church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Scott, Mrs. Donald Poe, Olsenius and Mrs. Wavne Andei- Mrs. Vincent Poe, Mrs. A. P. Loy, son were hostesses at the parish -M'"*- Hichard Peyton, Mrs. Norb. ouse _ .man Parsons and Mrs. Velma Cas- Mrs. Eric Johnson accompanied;^ for the group singing. Mrs. Maynard Swanson offered the devotional service and Mrs. David Lindberg led the business meeting during which plans were talked over for the chicken pie supper and bazaar set for Nov. 4. Following the program, refreshments were served at a table attractive with a colorful centerpiece of fruit and yellow tapers The Nov. 10 meeting will be at the Parish house. CHICKEN SUPPER AND BAZAAR Thursday. Oct. 15th ONTARIO CHURCH Serving Begins 5:30 Adults $1.25 • Children 75c Sponsored by Ontario Women's League — Everyone Welcomu W »«J V**nt< (rs» wa »*' II REGULAR $10.00 Italian Cuts Beauty Salon Balcony Our Mew ITALIAN CUT COLD WAVE Disarming and demure, this popular short cut shows sheer flattery from every angle. 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