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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 1, 1963
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ASCENSION CHAPEL, Lutheran School of Theology in Rock Island was the scene of the wedding Sunday, July 21, of Mr. and Mrs. David F. Carlson both of Moline. Mrs. Carlson (above) the former Margaret Carol Adams, is the daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Carlos Adams, of Macomb, former residents of Roseville. Mr. Carlson is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank J. Carlson of Iron Mountain, Mich., and the bridegroom's father with Rev. Verner E. Strand officiated at the* 4 o'clock nuptials. After Sept. 2 the newly weds will be at home at 4131 Elm Ave., Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Carlson, who is a student at Lutheran School of Theology in Rock Island, will serve his year of internsliip in Long Beach. future MR. AND MRS. DONALD GRISWOLD of Colchester, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Rose to Harold B. Cozad, son of Mrs. Madeline Cozad, 1093 S. Cedar St., Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday, Aug. 17 at 5 o'clock in the evening at St. Patrick's Church. No invitations are being sent but friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding in Galesburg and the reception to be at the home of the bride's parents in Colchester from 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening. Sends Delegates To Convention Galesburg members of Alpha Delta Kappa, international sorority forewomen teachers, will attend the international convention in Pittsburgh Sunday through Thursday. A total of 910 subchapters with a membership of 24,000 includes four from Canada, two from Puerto Rico, and membership in Australia and Israel. Delegates from this area are MISS ELIZABETH ZONGE'S engagement and approaching marriage to Lester Milton Kelso, son of Mrs. Naomi Ruth Kelso of Dahinda, is announced by her mother, Mrs. Gladys Zonge of Galesburg. The bride • elect (above) attended Galesburg High School. Mr. Kelso, who attended Williamsfield schools, is employed by Eugene Lievens at Dahinda. Mrs. JohnF. Beasley and Mrs Ray Enlow, members of Illinois Upsilon. Miss Nellie Morris, Des Moines, Iowa, will preside at the sessions which open at the Pitts burgh Hilton with a reception at 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening Theme of the convention is "Fraternal Education Shared." Sleep 'n' Travel Small children often like to nap while traveling in a car for relatively long distances. If you have a station wagon, toss some sleeping bags in the back or use foam rubber pads as inexpensive, comfortable beds. KNOWN BRANDS COST NO MORE Oooleraton COMPACT* Air Conditioner • 6,300 BTU • Super Quiet • Jiffy-Mount Elect Officers at Picnic Meeting ttrs. ft. ¥. Bafto* wis elected president of the Retired Teacher Association of Knox County at this week's meeting in the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. Miss; Minnie Johnson welcomed the fhembefs and presided at the meeting which was preceded by a potluck dinner. Officers serving with Mr*. Barlow will be Fred Robertson, vice president; Miss Opal Ivey, secretary and Mrs. Grace- Harper, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were Miss Helen Myers, Mrs. Babb and Royal Harsfabarg- er. Miss Florence Johnson was chairman of the nominating committee. A communication was read from Miss Theresa Henneberry, state legislative chairman in regard to the quality stabilization act. Mrs. Max Wenzelmann, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Cris Wallace, who gave a short talk in which she defined the type of education which has produced great American leadership. Mrs. Wallace introduced members of a panel who took part in a program similar to Password. Mr. Harshbarger and Mrs. Robertson acted as anchor men and participants were Miss Frances Brpcklejf, Mrs. Gertrude Hatfield, Cris Wallace and Mrs. Barlow. Attend Legion Convention . In Chicago A delegation from the Auxiliary to the Ralph M. Noble Unit, American Legion, is attending the State American Legion Auxiliary Convention today through Saturday in Chicago. Headquarters are at the Morrison Hotel. The local auxiliary will be represented by Mrs. Donald Standard, Mrs. John T. Parks, Mrs. R. E. Johnson; Mrs. Vern Larimer and Mrs. Gene Junk, officers of the unit. Delegates, alternates and members also attending include Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs. Helen Smaii Size The brighter the suit's, the higher the mercury, the faster the cantaloupes ripen in the fields, There are many delightful ways of preparing the fragrantly sweet melons from simply halving them, removing the seeds and serving as are or in wedges, to more elaborate versions in combination with i e e cream, or other fruits, such as blueberries or pineapple. Cantaloupes are muskmelons (though not all muskmelons are cantaloupes) and their ancestral home is in the comparatively arid regions of Turkey, Iran and Middle Asia. In Egypt, too, more than 4,000 years ago, according to the story of the Jewish exodus from that land. On the long trek across the desert the wanderers began remembering the cool sweet taste of the melons they had enjoyed in the land of the Pharaohs. "Muskmelons" were so-called because "musk" is the Persian word for the perfume of the ripe fruit. "Cantaloupe," a variety of muskmelon, appears to have been first grown in the 16th Century at "Canteluppi," a uaual estate just outside Rome. Commercial cantaloupe-growing started in the United States about 80 years ago and the first buyers jeered at their small size until they had a chance to taste this exciting new melon. When shopping for cantaloupes, look for the "d i m p 1 e," the smooth, sunken scar which shows that the melon parted from its vine at "full-slip." This means sweetness was devf loped by the time it had been picked; Cantaloupes should sit at room temperature until they have, developed pleasing juiciness. When nicely conditioned, they should be cooled, rather than chilled, to insure full enjoyment of the bouquet. Cantaloupe Salad 2 small cantaloupes 2 teaspoons unflavored gelatine 2 tablespoons water % cup fresh orange juice 1 tablespoon fresh lemon Forbes, Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Mrs. Robert Sexton, and Mrs. Golda Asplund. Galesburg Rcaister*Moii> Galesburg, Thursdov, Aua. 1, T.963 9 Tips for Dips Vour small fry's wading pool picks up a lot of grime from the kiddies. Keep it clean with a regular cleansing. A mixture of pine oil cleaner with warm water or a combination of soda and water make inexpensive solutions. Rinse thoroughly with clear Water before refilling. Foil Baby Hold it! Don't throw away that wornout pillowcase. You can eul it to size and use it in baby's crib, fuck the pillowciw around the top of the crib mattress. Then if baby bubbles, you do not need to change the entire sheet. READ THE WANT ADS! SUNSHINE SWEETENED CANTALOUPES, now becoming plentiful at the markets, arc filled with a blueberry studded orange gelatine, then sliced for serving. They are accompanied with a rich but simple salad dressing. juice 3 tablespoons sugar or sugar to taste Vi cup fresh blueberries Wash cantaloupes and cut a circular piece from the stem end of each, reserving it for later use. Scoop out seeds and invert melon to drain well. , Soften gelatine in cold water. Set in pan of hot water to melt gelatine. Add orange and lemon juices and sugar. Chill until mixture begins to thicken. Fold in berrres. Spoon into cavities of melons, Replace the piece cut from the ends. Seal the cut with butter and hold in place with toothpicks. Chill until gelatine is firm, preferably overnight. To serve, cut each into quarters. Place on a serving plate and serve with Fruit Salad Dressing. FRUIT SALAD DRESSING: Combine equal parts of each, mayonnaise and whipped cream. 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