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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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* ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSOT Home Address: 70S W. Adams Si Phone 631 Kiwanis Wins Golf Tourney ABINGDON—Abingdon Kiwanis-Rotary golf tournament at Lake Bracken Monday afternoon resulted in Kiwanian Robert Stone and Rotarian Eugene Bulkeley declaring Kiwanis Club as winners. Golf balls were presented winners by Stone. High score went to Harris Beer and George Castle; most 6s, Charles Reeder; low on No. 7,fe. C. Bulkeley; low on No. jv Charles Wesner; fewest putts, Roscoe Scott; most 8s, George Castle; 1 low score, E. C. Bulkeley, Ulysses Faralli and Robert Stone. An honest draw was won by Faralli and Castle. Robert Gustus was welcomed back into active membership of Kiwanis Club. Other guests were Paul ibuckstad, Ray Cotton and FOR SALE IN ABINGDON 3 Bedroom, nice lot, gas furnace, 2 car garage. Plenty of cupboards. ^ 500 2 apartments, large lot, newly redecorated, near business dis- $ 8,500 3 Bedroom, living room 26x14, Youngstown kitchen,' excellent location. $|0^500 Dove Williams BROKER Abingdon Phone 540 Stanford Shover. Aug. 19 will be annual family picnic at Lake Bracken. Annual fish fry will be held at Swanees Place Aug. 18 which event will be ladies night. Ray Family Holds Annual Reunion Sixty descendants of the Tommy Ray family assembled Sunday in Powell's pavilion for an annual reunion. Picnic dinner was served at 1 p.m. and afternoon was spent socially with games for children. Present were: Mrs. Ethel Stanforth, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanforth of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stanforth and Sherry of Oneida, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Morris and Kimberly of Orion, Mr. and Mrs* William Cole and family of Williamsfield, Mr. v and Mrs. Arthur Ray of Roseville, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gearhart and sons of Raritan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woorley and daughters of Morris, Mrs. Florence Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berg and family of Berwick, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Ray and their ENNEY'S OPEN TONIGHT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 With a store full of BACK-TO-SCHOOL" BARGAINS! New Entry in NBA Will Be Known as 76ers PHILADELPHIA (UPl)-Phil*. detehia's new entry In tile National Basketball Association will be known as the Philadelphia Wets. Club President Irv Kosloff announced Tuesday that the nickname for the team, formerly the Syracuse Nationals, was selected by a panel of judges from some 4,000 entries in a contest. Philadelphia has been without a pro team since the Warriors' franchise was transferred to San Francisco over a year ago. Dolph Schayes, 96-year-old all- time professional basketball great, was signed last month to a two- year contract to coach the 78ers with whom he played in Syracuse. Walker May Hold Record BALTIMORE (AP) - Pitcher Jerry Walker of the Cleveland Indians must have set an unofficial record Tuesday night—for frustration, if nothing else. With Russ Snyder of the Baltimore Orioles on first base in the eighth inning, Walker threw one strike to batter Bob Saverine. Then, before making another pitch to the plate, Walker made eight unsuccessful attempts to pick Snyder off base. On the next pitch to Saverine, Snyder stole second. grandchildren, Chip, Chris and Mark Algreen of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rogers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Gipson and family of Alexis Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ray of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson, Mr.- and Mrs. Arlien Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyd and family and Lynn Lomax, a guest, of Abingdon. The 1964 reunion was planned for Aug. 2 in Powell's pavilion. Meetings Planned Abbeyettes Bowling League will meet in the bowling alley Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m. All members were urged to be present. Hope Circle will convene this evening at 6 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Marvin Atkins for a potluck supper with Mrs. David Musselman, co-hostess. Drink and dessert will be furnished. New Windsor Board Adds New Member NEW WINDSOR - William Kauffman was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Village Board created by the resignation of John L. Carlson recently, when the board held its regular meeting Aug. 5. The tax levy ordinance for the sum of $5,075 was approved at the meeting. It was agreed to finance a part of the cost of the flags Which will be placed on street signs for the Fair, Rodeo and Horse Show. The board is cooperating with the Fair and Horse Show Association and the American Legion Post 404 in this project. It was reported the new flag is in use at the Depot Park that was purchased by the board recently. The September meeting date was advanced to Sept. 9, due to Labor Day on Sept. 2. Makes Sponge Cake Dessert Gourmet Fare The friend who gave us this recipe recommends it because it has a "beautiful color and delicious flavor." Cold Meat with Potato Salad Vegetable Relish Toasted Buns Ice Cream Shortcake with Strawberry Sauce Jane Godden's Strawberry Sauce 1 quart strawberries Vi cup sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch Vt cup orange juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice Wash berries and drain; hull and slice. In a saucepan stir together the sugar and cornstarch; gradually stir in orange and lemoij juices, keeping mixture smooth. Add strawberries. Cook and stir constantly over moderate heat until clear and thickened. Cool. Serve over sponge cake topped with vanilla ice cream. Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton participated in the historic duel on Weehawken Heights, N. J., on July 11, 1804. Westfall Kin Hold 22nd Reunion Thirty-eight descendants of the Westfall family gathered at Lincoln Park Aug. 4, for their 22nd annual reunion. After a potluck dinner the business meeting was conducted by the president, Kenneth Westfall. The new officers were elected as follows, Charles Wells, president; Madge Snell, vice president; Evelyn Westfall, secretary-treasurer. Prizes were awarded to Earl Westfall for traveling the longest distance, Earl Snell, oldest; Cindy Snell, youngest, and Larry Westfall, a special prize. Various games were played. The children were divided into teams and prizes were awarded to the winners. The losers were given consolation prizes. In the adult games prizes were won by Virginia Westfall, Evelyn Westfall and Harry Westfall. Persons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Westfall, Marilyn and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Westfall, Wendell and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hammerlund, and Mrs. Everett Taylor, Chris, Jan and Jerry, of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Westfall, Larry, Randy and Holly, Daven port; Earl Westfall, Fort Pierce, Fla.; Nancy and Barbara Baker, Elmhurst; Nellie Wells, Brimfield; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells, East Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell, Gilson; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Snell and Cindy, Wataga; Ronnie Briner, Lacon; Sandra Pettet, Wyoming; Ralph and Ella Wills, Wa taga; Dale Neff, Sharon and Cindy, Knoxville, and Evelyn Westfall, Gilson. GolcsbufQReQistef'MqiLQaiesburg, 111. Wednesday, AUQ, 7, 1963 Wf FDA Confirms Palmer Has Big Lead DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP)—Arnold Palmer has played in only 17 tournaments this year but he leads golf's top money winners by nearly $20,000. Palmer won six tournaments and was among the first five finishers eight times to earn $96,995. Jack Nicklaus his nearest rival, participated in 18 tournaments, won four and was in the first five nine times, earning $79,590. In Report The safety and high nutritive value of the American food supply have again been confirmed by the latest results of the Food and Drug Administration 's continuing total diet" studies. The latest studies Were made on market basket samples collected from grocery stores in five major U.S. cities. Groceries selected were representative of those that would be in a nutrition* ally satisfactory diet of a hypothetical average 16-19-year-old- boy. Results of the studies showed that the Strontium -90 content was still well within guidelines established by the Federal Radiation Council as acceptable for lifetime consumption under normal peacetime conditions. Pesticide residues detected were well within the amounts to be expected from compliance with safe limits es tabiished for individual crops, the report showed. Foods readily available at ordi nary groceries and supermarkets contained ample quantities of vita mins. Analyses were made after normal kitchen preparation and cooking of foods usually cooked before eating. The "total diet" studies, which began in 1961, were originally planned to discover how much Strontium-90 and Cesium-137 were in all food and drink consumed daily. Now the studies have been expanded to include pesticide residues and vitamin content. Market samples were obtained from chain groceries in the Washington, D.C., area, Atlanta, Minne apolis, St. Louis, and San Francisco. Foods and quantities sampled were from the "moderate income" food list furnished by Household Economics Research Division of the Department of Agriculture. The food was prepared in diet kitchens. READ THE CLASSIFIEDSt Braves Sign Two MILWAUKEE (UPD-The Mil waukee Braves have signed southpaw pitcher Richard (Butch) O'Brien and shortstop. Theodore Crolley and assigned them to Greenville (S.C.) of the Class Western Carolina League. KNOXVILLE MAS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office houn, 7*9 a.m. 44 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone- 289 *01*1 Post Office Has Vacancy For a Sub-Clerk Carrier KNOXVILLE - J. P. Newcomer, postmaster at the Knox* ville Post Office, announces an examination for the position of sub-clerk carrier at the office. Information may be obtained at the post office. Legion to Meet The American Legion Harry W. Phiblad Post will meet at the Legion Hall tonight at 8 p.m. Steve Johnson and John Rosene, who attended Boys State and were sponsored by the Legion, will give reports of their trip. ( Reports will also be given by members of the parking lot com* mittee who worked at the Knox County Fair. Members are urged to attend this meeting as important matters will be discussed. Complete Trip Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sternberg, 202 W. Depot St., accompanied his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Hersal Stomberg on a 5,300-mile vacation trip recently. They visited a niece, Mrs. Mary Lane Owen, and family at Phoenix, Ariz. From there they drove to Nevada, Utah and Wj> oming arriving in Cheyenne in time for a rodeo parade. They called on Mrs. Herman Sternberg's brother, Robert Lift* dahl in Denver, Colo., who is recuperating from two operations on his right leg and plans to return to work in the middle of August. On their return home they visited Robert Bogard and family at Lincoln, Neb. Bogard is stationed with the Air Force. Visit Here Mrs. B. B. Brokaw of Charleston, Miss., spent several days last week in the home of her brother- in-law, S. B. Davis. Her son, Bernard, a band instructor in Jacksonville, stopped en route from Evanston accompanied by his sister, Margaret Brokaw, who completed summer course at Northwestern University. Mrs. Brokaw is a teacher of music in Kansas City, Mo. READ THE WANT ADSt Mute you tititd, Mickelberrvis KING SIZE FRANKS* Style Salon NOW OPEN 205 East- Main St. KNOXVILLE, ILL. Berdella Smith, Prop. New Pack Whole Unpeeled COUNTRY DELIGHT FROZEN SLICED AM J*A 10 .oz .9f 00 HILLS Pkgs. 39c FAMILY 20 -OZ. SIZE DRIP or REGULAR Flavorkisr 1 -lb. Pkg. SALTINES 31c Gov't Inspected WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS LB. c RIB CENTER LEAN CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS « LOIN CENTER CHOPS lb. *9c 59 Fresh Ham Fresh Lean Pork Steak ib 69c Steak >» 39c RATH MULBERRY SLICED BACON 2 S, 49c MORRELL ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS lb. 39c DON'T FORGET TO REBISTER! Bush's Green and White LIMA BEANS « MUSCATINE CANTALOUPE 29c4 <" $ 1*00 2 /////////// W//s C HOME GROWN TOMATOES NO. 1-931 SO. SEMINARY ST. NO. 2-GRAND AVE. AT MICHIGAN 2 ft 29c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY

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