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July 25, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

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•A^ * • ThursdQ The engagement and ap- Miss are Mt. fttid Mrs. Marry Johnson, 205 W> South Cambridge announce engagement of their daughter t Marilyn Jo, to Lanny E. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. V. Anderson of near Cambridge 1 . • Miss Johnson, a graduate Cambridge High School, is attending Data Processing School, Inc., in Rock Island. Mr. Anderson is a graduate of Cambridge High School and the University of Illinois, where he received a bachelor of science degree in agriculture in June. He will teach agri- >n Community High School at Eaton. Louise Leasure (above), and No date has been set for the Lt Gary Starwalt is an- wading, nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Leasure, South Lake Storey Road. Lt. Star- wait is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Starwalt of Toldno. The couple will pledge wedding vows Oct. 12 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at First Methodist Church. Both Miss Leasure and her fiance are graduates of the University of Illinois. Lt. Starwalt is stationed in Baumholder, Germany. News and About Mf MI CLUB PICNIC Members of Mi Mi Club will have a prcnic Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the south Lake Storey Lions Shelter. FRIENDLY SQUARES Friendly Squares square dance club will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Knoxville Fairgrounds. In case of rain the event, will be at the Docey Doe Club on Miss Marilyn Johnson —- M the Lake Bracken Road. All square dancers are invited. RNA PICNIC Knox County Royal Neighbors of America will have their annual picnic Sunday at the south Lions Shelter at Lake Storey when supper will be served at 6 o'clock in the evening. All RNA members and their families are invited. Beverage will be furnished by the lodge. The engagement of'Miss Patricia Malone (a b o v e), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Malone of Cameron to Verne Ritchey Jr., son I oi Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ritchey Sr., of Monmouth is made known by her parents. No wedding date has been selected. Miss Malone is a student at Warren High School. Her fiance was graduated from the same school and is employed at Kro- gers in Monmouth. Women Brides-elect Are Honorees Miss Linda Forbes . . . Miss Linda K. Forbes, bride-elect of Robert D. Darnell, was the guest of honor at a prenuptial shower last Thursday evening. Miss Forbes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Forbes, 1098 Lancaster St., and the prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Darnell, 1189 E. Brooks St., will pledge wedding vows Friday evening, at 8 o'clock at the First Baptist Church. Hostess for the July 18 party was the honoree's aunt, Mrs. Donald R. Jones, who entertained at her home, 183 Cedar Ave., with nounced today by her parents, Miss Patrrcia Duke and Miss Nan- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brodrick, Miss Waight Select Sunday As Wedding Date Sunday, July 28 has been selected as the wedding day of Miss Judith, Brodrick and Wesley Dunham whose engagement is an- cy Swinger as co-hostesses. Prizes in appropriate bridal games were presented to Miss Gwen Schleifer, Miss Bonnie Nelson, Mrs. Dee Rowe and Mrs. H. Anderson. Miss Forbes opened an assortment of miscellaneous gifts at a table decorated with pink and white streamers flowing -from a sprinkling can. Later, the hostesses served refreshments. Guest List Attending the shower and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Ernest Forbes and Mrs. Kenneth Darnell, mothers of the couple. Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Maxine Moore, Mrs. D. Swinger, Miss Darla Swinger, Miss Myrna Rowe, Mrs. K. Schleifer, Mrs. Betty Nelson and Susan. Also Miss Shirley Pitts, Miss 203 S. Pearl St. Wedding vows will be exchanged at First Lutheran Church at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. No invitations are being sent' but all friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and to the reception to follow in the home of the bride-elect's parents. Miss Brodrick attended Galesburg schools and was graduated from the American School of Chicago. The future bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dunham, 726 S. Cedar St., also attended Galesburg schools. He is employed at Bowlers Inn. Sherry Enderland, and Donna Raye, Eddie and'Danny Jones. A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday evening in Floral Hall at North Henderson as a courtesy to Miss Barbara Waight of Alexis who will become the bride of Donald Hall at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the United Brethren Church in Alexis. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Waight Sr., Alexis and Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Hall, also of Alexis. At the program of entertainment Mrs. Lee Clute played piano selections and contests were held. The bride-elect received gifts for her future home which will be in Alexis. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Sam Wiley, Mrs. Clyde Pruett and daughter Jeanie of Galesburg. ELKS DANCE Attend Out-of-State Meetings Mrs. Phillip Weinberg, Miss Lucille West and Mrs. William Finch attended the reception and dinner meeting honoring Mrs. Muriel Kurtz, district 12 governor of Pilot International. The Wednesday evening event was at Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport, Iowa. Donald C. Harold, dinner speaker, is director of the Davenport Public Museum, and his topic was "The History of the Flag of the United States." With the assistance of slides and the displaying of flags by Davenport Camp Fire Girls, he traced the history of the flag from the Vikings of 983 A.D., through the Spanish Royal flag in 1492, the flag of Columbus, on down through the Betsy Ross flag, to the United States national flag established officially by President Taft in 1912. He concluded vvith our present 50-star flag. Other Pilot clubs represented were K e w a n e e, Sterling-Rock Falls, Rock Island, in Illinois, and Bettendorf, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Mason City and Muscatine in Iowa. Members of Pilot Club of Gales- Radical Changes PARIS (UPI) The House of For wontferfui vegetable cookery, look to the Chi nese! Fit for A mandarin or the head of any modern Amer lean dynasty is this simplified version of a complicated Chinese dish. True to Chinese tradition, It cooks quickly, uses little meat, and includes several kinds of crisp vegetables. Like the convenient canned tomato sauce which blends the flavors together, most of the oth er ingredients are readied by merely opening a can or package. It is the way you cook them —just enough to be crisp and crunchy, adding cornstarch at the last minute to make it all glisten —that transforms this dish into a delight. To prepare it even more easily, use quick cooking rice. Served with little cups of green tea. spicy cucumber pickles and rice cookies, this makes an excellent luncheon or supper, dish. And of course It can be served buffet style. Mandarin Beef Bowl (Servings—6) 1 flank steak, about \- x h pounds cup polyunsaturated oil 1 (8-ounce) can tomato 1 4 3 1 1 sauce cups water envelpe beef- noodle soup mix carrots, scraped and sliced diagonally stalks celery, sliced diagonally can bean sprouts, drained (5-ounce) can water chestnuts A summer lawn dance Satur- burg returned this week from day evening from 9 to 1 o'clock is being planned for members of were the Elks Club and guests. Music | vention. for the dancing will be by Ray Alfero and his combo. In case of rain the event will be held indoors. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Young are chairmen of Miami Beach, Fla., where they attended Pilots' 42nd annual con- Attending Mrs. the Dorothy sessions Lanstrum, Mrs. Gay McGill and Mrs. G. C. Bowles. It's Summ Pick Tim for the evening. arrangements Old crib sheets make good covers for ironing boards. Christian Dior's designer, Marc Bohan, promised "there will be no radical changes'* today when Dior's fall-winter collection is presented. Fashion reporters and buyers who have flooded Paris for fashion week were analyzing that statement in various ways. Some decided it meant some small changes were on tap, including a small downward slide of the hemline. But the consensus among informed observers before the show began was that Dior would not drop skirt lengths. This would mean that ladies could still show their legs safely. By some curious law in the fashion world, store buyers around the world copy a major change only if it' comes from Dior, Gi- venchy or Balenciaga. The House of Dior presented its shoe collection Wednesday. In line with the fashion for knee- high boots, several varieties were shown: in black leather, laced up the front, in a flat black pony fur and and chartreuse silk sprinkled with jet beads for evening. The tall boots showed up again Wednesday in the collection of Michel Goma, the first he has made for the House of Jean Pa- tou. The model wore them with an unusual camel's hair coat with panels slit to the waist that Violet Chapter swished when she walked. * Goma's silhouette was a "jockey" line, the back of suits, dresses and coats as blousey as a horse rider's at the Irish 2 Tablespoons soy sauce 1 Tablespoon cornstarch 4 cups hot cooked rice Slice steak very thinly on the diagonal, then cut each slice in fourths. Brown quickly in hot oil in large skillet. Stir in tomato sauce, water, and soup mix; add carrots, cook over low heat 15 minutes. Add celery, bean sprouts, water chestnuts, and soy sauce. Cook 10 minutes longer. Stir cornstarch into 1 Tablespoon water, add to meat mixture; cook stirring constantly until sauce thickens. Spoon over rice. Derby. His coats were fuller than last year's but still with straight lines. Many had a raised shoulder and blousy sleeve. an 40 Mrs. Kermitt Brown, of Abingdon (right), was installed as le petit chapeau of Knox County Salon, 215, of 8 and 40 at ceremonies Wednesday evening at Holiday Inn. Presenting the gavel to Mrs. Brown was Mrs. Ernest Peterson, past chapeau, who served as installing officer. Mrs. J. W. Day served as installing la concierge. Mrs. Chester Bennett, chapeau passe, gave a resume of events of the past year and listed meetings attended. "Fun and Fellow- tce*3 CLASSIC The Classic spectator look for comfortable vacation wear. Slimly tapered low wedgie heel. ship With Freda,*• while assisting in the fight against tuberculosis in children and cystic fibrosis was the slogan for the year's philanthropic project. Mrs. Peterson pinned the chapeau passe pin w Mrs. Bennett and extended congratulations. Serving with Mrs. Brown for i963-'64 will be Mrs. Robert Sexton, le demi chapeau premiere; Mrs. Donald Standard, le demi chapeau deuxieme; Mi's. Chester Bennett, pouvoir member: Mrs. Miss and In Beige — Black Mocha pouvoir member; Dale Schwarz, 1'archiviste; Julia Nelson, Paumonier, Mi's. Eileen Drake, la concierge List Chairmen The chapeau named committee chairmen for the ensuing year. Listed as chairmen were Mrs. Robert Sexton, membership; Mrs. Howard Sornberger, ways and means; Mrs. Chester Bennett, child welfare; Mrs. E. T. Bost, constitution and Plans Fall Activities Petitions for membership were accepted and plans for fall events announced at the Tuesday evening meeting of Violet Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, in Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Spencer, worthy patron and worthy matron, presided and the Flag was presented by Emmert Griffith. Escorted were Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bradbury, Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy. Mrs. Ted Wilson, Mrs. Mrs. Hugh Adcock, Donald bylaws; Mrs. Standard, emblem and Mrs. Kermitt Brow Introduced guests were Ern- Red Ball SUMMERETTES By BALL-BAND mmer JEWELRY CLEARANCE est Peterson, chef de gar; Paul Smith, chef de gar elect, and Mrs. Smith. Also, Mrs. Helen Forbes, for department White Wings editor; Mrs. William Lewis, chairman, and Mrs. E. T. Bost, mittee member. ritual; Miss Julia Nelson, nurses scholarship; Mrs. Golda Asplund, memory book. Also, Mrs. J. W. Day, sunshine and birthdays; Mrs. Heniy Page, finance; Mrs. Earl Peacock, scrapbook; Mrs. William Lewis, social; Mrs. Jo Cheesman, pictures; Mrs. Gene Junk, music; Mrs. Helen Forbes, l'avocate. Also, Mrs. Eileen Drake, la surintendte; Mrs. Arlenc Johnson, red book; Mrs. Ernest Peterson, publicity and White Wings; Mrs. Ralph Johnson, American Legion Auxiliary membership; Mrs. J. W. Day and Mrs. Dale Schwarz, party, and Mrs. John Babbitt, style show. Georgia Hawley, Woolam, Mrs. Wayne Everett Olin, William Hudgel, Mrs. Charles Hillier, Mrs. Emmert Griffith, Mrs. Ethel Baxter, Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. C. W. Spilman, Mrs. Charles Swegle and Mrs. Van Wallick. Planned for September is a combined dinner, bake sale and country store. The groups charge are headed by Mrs. Wayne Adcock, Mrs. Albert Bradbury, Mr. and Mrs, E. S. Griffith and Mrs. Van Wallrck. Also planned for fall is a rummage sale. Members are being asked to make articles for the country store booth and to save rummage. Mrs. Swegle extended an invi* tation to attend group lecturers' night in Nonpareil Chapter, Aug. 17. Following the meeting, the social hour was in charge of Mrs. Hugh Woolam, Mrs. Opal Lawson. Mrs. Cora Roo< and Mrs. Eli Go Summ Pick S at.. Elso iery Shop MAIN Also, Knox County Council aux- 1 punctured, iliary president, Mrs. Golda Asplund; American Legion Auxiliary president. Mrs. Donald Standard, and junior past auxiliary president. Mrs. J. T. Parks. Chester Bennett. Kermitt Brown and Jay Cirmotich. All husbands were invited guests. Mrs. Bennett thanks the salon for gifts presented. Mrs. Brown chose as her slogan, "Willing Workers With Wilma," to assist in fighting tuberculosis in children and cystic fibrosis. It was decided to dispense with the August mteihig. Vases of garden flowej's centered the tables. Members of the party committee were Mrs. Fred j Lindquist. chairman. Mrs. Dale i Schwarz and Mrs. J. W. Day. A raw tomato Ls easier to peel | Averitt. if the skin is lightly massaged with a dull knife before it is Dusty and be metal Put the purchase date on food in your freezer. This will help you use the food in the right order. worn suede shoes can be brushed with a brush and steamed with a steam iron to raise the nap. Shoppers Convenience PPfN fvery FRIDAY NIGHT til 7 P.M. SCANDIA BAKERY ft LUNCH 926 E M<in St. FLOWERS Perfect for every occition! Styled louqu«*« Foliege Planters 4t lummer specialty) glooming Plant* Free Peliveryl-Chirge Itl orists III l Mil 121«. HOil mm* MANDARIN BEEF BOWL has enchanting blend of Oriental flavors, yet is simple to make by combining convenient canned tomato sauce with easily available Asian foods. Former Class Honors Nonagenarian Honoring the 93rd birthday anniversary of their former teacher, Mrs. E. F. Plummer, DeLong, members of the Victoria Meth- aiicl About People Places•.• Miss Donna B. Harden. 671 W. Losey St.. returned Tuesday after two weeks spent with Miss Jean Marsh of Island Lake, a sorority odist Sunday School Class of sister. The young women took a 1913, also celebrated the 50th anniversary of the class at a potluck dinner Tuesday at the Little John Conservation Club near Victoria. Members of the class attending besides the honoree were Mrs. Leita Bonney, daugh DeLong; Mrs. Arthur McKee, Oneida; Mrs. Victor Johnson, Wataga; Mrs. Roy Rollins and Mrs. Wesley Shear, Altona; Mrs. Leon Youngdahl and Mrs. Walter Christenson, Galva; Miss Edna Hedstrom, Mrs. Charles Somberger, Mrs. Charles Thofne, Victoria; Mrs. Forrest Carlson, Miss Ruth Suydam and Miss Olive Youngdahl, Galesburg. " A guest of the afternoon was Mrs. Keith Johnston of Victoria. trip to New York City returning by way of Niagara Falls. They stopped in Cleveland, Ohio to with Miss Jean spend Sunday Gibbs, formerly of Galesburg. Both are 1963 graduates of West ern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. David Weaver are attending the second summer session at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, where they will also be enrolled for the coming year. Mrs. Weaver, the former Jean Sorenson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sorenson, 1335 N. 4 Academy St., and her husband 's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver, 1294 N. Academy St. Keep razor blades used to cut thread in an empty metal aspirin box in your sewing basket. A magnetized knife-holder at tached to the inside of your sew- to keep bobbins. good ANDES CANDIES WEEK-END SPECM/ Butter and Whipped Vanilla butter, chocolate butter, vanilla whipped, French, raspberry, vanilla nut and many other delicious flavors. Reg. $1,25. 12-o Box • t 4 I- * fr • + 1 * . - T" *Vl * # i v.v dim Christmas ANDES CANDIES AM DISCOUNT ON ALL New 1963 Hallmark Christmas Needs HALLMARK VALUE GIFT WRAP HALLMARK VALUE TAGS ft SEALS HALLMARK VALUE RIBBON HALLMARK VALUE BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS HALLMARK VALUE CELLO PACKS •wy in July and Sovt 10% VOUB CONVENIENT HAJXMARK 231 f. Main St. Galtiburp, III. 9 —Su

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