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Biggsvitte News Items BtQtJSVlLLfi - Mr. and Mrs. Lwert Smith received a phone fcflll tram their daughter Mrs. foul • Bushing, telling them the family had landed at San Francisco, Calif., from Yokohama, Japan Where they had spent the past three years while Bushing was serving in the Navy. They will remain in San Francisco until July 25 when Bushing will receive his discharge. They Will then visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and other relatives in Biggsville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fassett, Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fassett, Joy, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fassett and Warren Fassett. Mrs. Gertrude Bollng, Mrs. V. R. German and daughter Carol and Mrs. Edwin Anderson of Galesburg were Sunday supper guests of their brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Anderson. Charles Mullin Sr. is a patient In the Mercy Hospital, Burlington, entering Sunday for observation. Mrs. Harry Whitmyer underwent surgery Tuesday at the Methodist Hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Marion Allaman submitted to surgery at the University Hospital at iowa City Wednesday. Both turnips and rutabagas may be treated just as you would potatoes. Cook the pared cut-up vegetable in a small amount of boiling water and drain; mash with hot milk, butter and white pepper. SHOTTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR- QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 ROUND lb STEAK 69 SIRLOIN 79c lb. BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP •b 79c BONELESS ROLLED RUMP ROAST * 79c STURGEON BAY APPLE SAUCE 303 Cart IDEAL CATSUP Hood Lettuce *• 15c LEMONS 6 • 29c Potato Pancakes Are Ample As Friday Fare A neighbor showed us how to prepare this old favorite as his family did in Pennsylvania. ' Vegetable Soup Rolls Alan Matlock's Potato Pancakes Fruit Sherbet Beverage Alin Mullock 's Potato Pancakes A large potatoes l medium onion, grated « eggs VA cup flour Salt to taste Applesauce and sour cream Pare potatoes; grate on medium shredder; there should be about 1 quart. Put one-quarter of the potatoes at a time in a cloth (not cheesecloth) and wring dry;' discard liquid. Using a fork, mix potatoes with grated onion, eggs, flour and salt to taste. Drop heaping tablespoons of the mixture into hot shallow fat; flatten with back of spoon; fry until well browned on both sides and potatoes are cooked. Stir mixture each time before taking up to fry. Drain on paper toweling or brown paper. Makes about 2 Henderson Grove News Items HENDERSON GROVE - Mrs. Herman Sfmkins and children visited recently with Mrs. Don Coe and family near Oerlaw. Kathy and Steve Douglas spent two days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Behlke and family of Galesburg. The following from Messiah Lutheran Church attended a. guest day tea Thursday hi the Zion Lutheran Church at North Henderson: Mrs. Harry Hallberg, Mrs. Omer, Martinson, Mrs. Claris Johnsbn, Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Mrs. Anton Johnson,' Mrs. Lola Johnson, Mrs. Elsie Erickson, Mrs. Rudolph Venlund. Mrs. Ray Krause, Mrs. Mabel Nelson, Mrs. Leonard Rissing and Miriam, Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mrs. Selma Nelson, Mrs. Albert Carlson, Marie and Alice, Mrs. Tillie Humes, Mrs. Ethel Johnson and Mrs. Frank Douglas. A large number of guests attended the wedding of Miss Vera Galbreath and Dean Combs Saturday evening in the Messiah Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas, dozen. Serve with applesauce and sour cream. Kathy and Steve were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gietner and family at Brimficld on Saturday. They later attended the wedding of Miss Mary Nell Archibald and John Simpson at the Brimfteld Methodist Church. Firm Cites Oneida Man ONEIDA — Morton D. Messmore, special agent for the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wise, has received word from the home office that he was third high in the United States during the company pacemaker event which ended June 30. Mr. and Mrs, Messmore will be leaving, along with Mr. and Mrs. Ken Elliott of Kewanee, for Milwaukee to attend the Northwestern's annual meeting. Messmore will receive honors at the meeting for his outstanding work during the last nine months. Monarch butterflies descend on Pacific Grove, Calif., in late October. Feature Fritters at Summer Lunch Ever add corn meal to blueberry fritters to give crunchy texture? .Seafood Salad Rolls Blueberry Fritters Beverage Blueberry Fritters 1 cup sifted flour % cup enriched corn meal 2 tablespoons baking powder ] / 2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 eggs, beaten Vi cup milk 2 tablespoons shortening, melted 1 cup fresh blueberries Sift together flour, corn meal, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add milk and shortening; stir just until dry ingredients arc moistened. Lightly stir in blueberries. Drop by lablespoonfuls into hot deep fat (.360 degrees). Cook 3 to 3 '/2 minutes, turning only once. Drain on absorbent paper. Serve hot with lemon sauce. Makes 15 fritters. (folesburgRegister-Mail,„Gqlesburg # ,.H(, .Thursday, July 18,^961 Kirkwood Area News Notes READ THE WANT ADS I KIRKWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford of flock Island wefc recent guests in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Relta Akin. Weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Blanche Hay were her sisters, Mrs. Minnie Simmons of Roseville and Mrs. Nettie Ray of Berwtek, and sislcr-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Taylor of Roseville. Sunday guests in the same home were Mrs. Harriet Taylor and sons Loren and David of Kirkwood. Mr, and. Mrs. Robert Trego and family of Abingdon were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida Trego, and Herbert. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lober of Blandinsvillc were Sunday visitors in the same home. Mrs. Trego's grandsons, Larry and Bobby, remained with her for a longer visit. ' Returns From Indiana Mrs. Susie Bicklc returned home Saturday from several days' visit rn the homes of her sisters, Mrs. Sammy Bechdoit and Mrs. Bertha Neibel, who is seriously ill in Camden, lncl. During Mrs. Bickle's visit. Mr. Bech­ doit died unexpectedly at his home. Recent visitors with Fred firicker were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs; Hugh Welch of Molinc. On Sunday, Brickcr and his guests attended the Crosier and Webb reunion at Crapo Park, Burlington, where they met many aged relatives and friends, the oldest being Mrs. Maymc Russell, 80, Roseville, a former resident of Kirkwood. Sunday callers in the Harriet Taylor home were her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hennenfcnt, and grandson Steven Lee of Monmouth. At Mann Home Sunday callers in the Cameron Mann home were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zca of St, Ansgar, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Zea are both teachers in the school there. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hart and son Mike spent the weekend visiting relatives in Edina, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Todd, Mike, Mark and Kim spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McMillan, and Jan of Silvis. Mr. and Mi's. Cameron Mann and Mrs. Retta Akm were Sunday guests In the hum of 'Wft Mrs. Roy Lear of New fioshlftr* Th1rty<aovett mtfobftftf friends of Kirkwood Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, lit* tended a feceplfoti In humt if Helen Doyle Palmer, grand worthy advisor, held In Galesburg Masonic Temple Saturday. Note to a bride: dried pern come green or yellow, whole or split. America.'] origins! and oldest calorie-(res liquid iw««Un«f SWEETER THAN SUGAR—YET NO FOOD VALUE Doctors recommend 8U0ARINI for diabetics, overweights, low calorie diets PURE GUARANTf f D NON FATTENING HARMUSS • ECONOMICAL 4 Of. bottle) Only 75c AT rOOD STORES EVERYWHERE mm loom and Coantty © Thr Ploif to qo for l hr Br ondi Uo K no w FOOD STORES WALKER S COUNTRY VICTORIA TFDDV'f T0WN * lEKKf J COUNTRY YATES CITY | BAR'C T0WN * DUD J COUNTRY ONEIDA GIB'S couZ? I VIOLA™' NEW WINDSOR | VIOLA NELSON'S COUNTRY ALTONA 1 Flavorkist SUGAR WAFERS • OATMEAL • DESSERT Pkgs. MM 1 TOWN & COUNTRY'S FINEST QUALITY GROUND BEEF 2 ibs. 89 c LONGHORN CHEESE lb. 49c For Quick Fix Snax BRAUNSCHWEIGER lb. 39c BOILED HAM Vi *• 49c r—• P , , „ >3 ^J n|| ', S •; FANCY GOLDEN Bananas 10 c lb Green Onions Cucumbers Radishes 2:15 U. S. NO. 1 WASHED RED NEW POTATOES 10 LBS. LIBBY FROZEN NESTEA INSTANT TEA _. .Economy Size Jar GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 Ibs. 49 30 Free Betty, Crocker Coupons Plus A Free Coupon For A Free Teaspoon In Each Package. LEMONADE 2 & 25c BRODIE B P R £r TENDERS 4«- 59c Van Camp Pork & Beans 2 29c ROYAL PRINCE PEAS 2 IZ 35c •IF MARKET BASKET 0LE0 6 $ 1 DENNIS WHOLE CHICKEN 4'4-lb. Tin 98c Hunt's ^APRICOTS 3 No2 * r= ORANGES 4 11.oz. Cans NORTHERN WHITE OR COLORS TISSUE Roils HEINZ KETCHUP 9-UVES SS. 2... 29c For o Smile That's Bright • . , A Breath That's Right PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE Pick Up Your Country Cook-up Recipe at Town & Country PILLSBURY BROVVN POTATOES 35e ACCENT To Bring Out the Most in Meats 2-oi. Size 43c Reynolds ALUMINUM WRAP- 33c ALTON VINEGAR ,.,.,„*,. 55c / REGULAR $1.00 VALUE GIANT TUBES SWAN LIQUID 22-oz, Bottle 63 c HANDY ANDY with Ammonia Qt. 69c BREEZE — 2 Large Pkgs. 69c ACTIVE ALL, 10c Off Label Giant Si*e 69c LUX LIQUID 12-o*. BH. 37c BO-PEEP AMMONIA 56-oz. Bti

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