Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 16, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 16, 1973
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8 Qotftstaurg KeQister-MQil, VjQletburfl f HI. Vveonesdov, Moy ) 6, ) y /3 Turkey breast roasted in a tangy pineapple-mint sauce. Spring feasting takes ofi a new look with a turkey breast roasted in a Urtgy mint jelly, butter, and crushed plneap* pie sauce. Garnished in yellow pineapple slices, the turkey breast roast is a perfect focus for a spring party. These days, t u r k e y is no longer Just a Thanksgiving treat. It's now possible to buy turkey breasts alone-*which will delight the white meat lovers — or turkey in many forms from ground turkey to hind quarter roasts. Spring turkey is possible because new scientific breeding methods raise plump, succulent turkeys year 'round. And because turkey is one of your most economical meat buys, nothing could be better for the family budget. Along with the turkey the drippings every » mln* breast, serve fresh aspsngui i utes. spear s, Posh Salld, made 1 with flowtrlets of cauliflower, onions, and olives, and ! top the whole menu of f with an elegant Pineapple Dream Cake. The addition of instant pudding is the secret here for an exceptionally moist, rich* textured dessert. To wast, place turkey skin* side up on rack in shallow pan. Brush with melted butter if desired. if a meat thermometer is used, insert it into the thick* est area. Bulb must not touch bone. Roast at 325 s F. Thermometer should register, internal temperature of 180-186* F, or roast 25 minutes per pound. Baste with melted butter or Simmons-Brilhart Vows Exchanged Miss Sue Elizabeth Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Simmons, 81 Blaine Ave., and Dr. John K. Brilhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brilhart of Johnstown, Pa., exchanged wedding vows on April 28. The ceremony was read by Dr. Duane Willard at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Wilis Rokes of Omaha, Neb., .ait 4 p.m. Attendants were Dr. and Mrs. Rokes. Miss Simmons, given in marriage by her father, selected a pink knit dress with matching jacket for the wedding. The bride carried a bridal bouquet of pink rosebuds and white Stephanotis with white streamers. Dr. and Mrs. Brilhart, who Mrs. J. K. Brilhart (Miss Sue Simmons) Final Reports Given by Members To Eagles Auxiliary Final reports were given by Mrs. Thomas Sepich, Mrs. Frances Patterson, Mrs. Jemi ma Fuller and Mrs. Herbert Mitchell at the Eagles Auxiliary meeting Tuesday evening at the lodge where Mrs. Al Collopy, president, presided. Mrs. Robert Wright gave the audit report and reported on the District No. 5 meeting in Peoria; Mrs. Patterson reported $127.58 from the ritual dinner; Mrs. Jack Dawson $639.13 for the year for the Heart Fund and Mrs. Fuller, $78.40 for the educational fund. Mrs. Cecil Walker presented a pin to Mrs. Collopy for signing up five members this year. It was announced Mrs. Sepich will be a guest at the membership brunch at the state convention in Decatur for signing up 24 new members. Mrs. Mary Baughman presented a house gift of money to Mrs. Cecil Walker, who has served as auxiliary secretary for seven years, and who is a candidate for vice president at the state convention. Mrs. Golda Hanson received the evening's prize. Mrs. Patterson was in charge of the social hour, at which tables were decorated with spring flowers. reside alt 3576 South 69th Court, Omaha, will Ibe taking a boat trip to Alaska following summer school at the University of Nebraska, where both are members of ithe faculty. A graduate of Western Illinois University, Macomb, where she also received her master's degree, Mrs. BriJhaUt is a graduate assistant instructor at the University of Nebraska. On the campus at Western she was president of iNafonal Collegia*! Players, member of Sigma Al pha Eta, honorary speech therapy sorority, and a member of ithe Pan-MeMCouncil, a resident advisor of a dorm. Dr. Brilhart, a graduate of David lipscomb College, Nashville, Tenn., received his master's degree and doctorate at Pennsylvania State University. He's a member of Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic, Who's Who dn American Education, Omicron Delia Kappa, men's honorary fraternity, and Pi Gamma Mu, social science honorary. Dr. Brilhart is the head of ithe Speech Department at ithe University of Omaha. AFS Student Presents Program Miss Anima Misa, AFS student at Galesburg High School told of her native country, Ghana, and showed slides to augment her talk at the spring dinner meeting of the Dandylions at Lake Bracken Country Club Tuesday evening. Chatting with Miss Misa, center, are Mrs. Ed Griffith, right and Miss Dorothea Richardson, left. Mrs. Griffith, retiring president, welcomed the following guests, Mrs. Forrest Olson, Mrs. Roy Lofgren, Mrs. Bill King and Mrs. Don Stephens. Officers for the ensuing year were installed by Miss Dorothea Richardson. Serving will be Mrs. Leo Cash,' president; Mrs. Klaus Nordgren, vice president; Mrs. Ray Franson, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Griffith, parliamentarian; Mrs. James Arnold, Mrs. Milton Kirkenmeier, and Mrs. Laurin Stacey, directors. The evening's prizes were presented Mrs. King, Miss Richardson and Mrs. Arnold. (Photo by Dale Humphrey). doiieae l\i Scarf Trick An over-the-shoulder bag worn with a suit is a classic look. Add a splash of color by tying a long silk scarf onto the bag. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-SH4 Alter Six. Lord We«t Register for Fret honeymoon to JLa£ Vegas 10 W»« Mala Si.. GHwbura eae Janet M. Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cox,' 870 Jefferson St., has been initiated into membership of the Gamma Sigma Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, biological society, at August ana College, Rock Island. Miss Cox has been notified of her acceptance into the School of Physical Therapy at the Mayo Foundation in Rochester, Minn., in September. Kim Munson, daughter of Mrs Bettye Munson, 540 N. Broad St., and Carl Munson, Applegate, has been notified that she will be eatured in the 7th annual edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students. Miss Munson, a senior, will attend Knox College in the fall. She is currently a semi-finalist in the Miss Heart of Illinois Beauty Pageant. Sigfred W. Peck, 570 Marmac Drive, was among 1,050 St. Olaf College Students, Northfieid, Minn, who were honored for scholastic achievement at the college's annual Honors Convocation May 2. Cindy Markivee, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carroll R. Markivee, 315 Fair Acres Dr., was one of the new members that was initiated into Sigma Alpha Iota, international music fraternity for women at Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Kan. H. David Tamimie, son of Dr. and Mrs. Hakki Tamimie, 1639 Bluebird Drive, is among 64 cadets and midshipmen of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Chanipaign, who has received military honors for academic and general excellence. Tamimie, a navy midshipman, received the American Legion Department of Illinois Gold Medal. ew5 Northwestern University engineering student Ken Henderson Jr., right, is shown as he demonstrated a program of computer-generated music — played through a radio — for some of the more than 1500 visitors to Northwestern's Technological Institute during its recent Engineering and Science Open House in Evanston. Henderson, a junior in the department of electrical engi­ neering at the Technological Institute, is one of a team of students selected to staff and demonstrate exhibits of research laboratory equipment and experiments in scientific phenomena during the two- day program. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. F Henderson, 175 W. Mary St. Henderson is also an amateur photographer. He was in­ vited for the second year to exhibit a selection of his 35mm color slides of human interest scenes during the exhibit "Artists at Tech," sponsored by the publications department of the Technological Institute during the Open House program. The exhibit of color slides, paintings, photographs and sculpture featured the work of 38 students and faculty members. University of Illinois, Chicago Circle, for the winter quarter. Heckel is a junior majoring in business administration. Jeff Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Coleman, 245 Seminole Dr., has pledged Delta Tau Delta social fraternity at the University of Illinois. of Galesburg, has been an University, Blcomingtojri. presented an academic gold key awiard at Perkiomen School, Pennsburg, Penn. recently. He has also achieved high honors for the first period of the Third Trimester. James Peck, son of Mr. Coleman is an architecture Mrs. Robert D. Peck of and 1151 'Park View Rd., was named as James Edward Heckel, son of mamr Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Heckel, j J 1564 N. Farnham St., has been William E. Himwich, son ctfjjntramural Director for the 1973- named to the Dean's List at the Dr. and Mrs. Harold Himwiely74 school year at Illinois Wesley- Peck is a junior. Teresa Daly, 1190 Florence Ave., has been selected a varsity cheerleader for football and basketball for the 1973-74 year at Western Illinois University. Brett Goad, 1219 N. Kellogg St., is a membsr of ths University Singers which will present a rmipim MHGO V. cup mint Jelty 4 tablespoons butter 1 can (ife ounce) crushed, pineapple (drained) % teaspoon salt Melt Jelly in a small saucepan. Stir in tatter, crushed pineapple and salt. Spoon generously over surface of roast. Roast according to directions. Spoon additional sauce over wast every 20 to 30 minutes during cooking time. Garnish with parsley and pineapple slices with spoonfuls of mint jelly in the centers. Posh Salad Separate into small flower- lets, % head cauliflower. Slice and s e p a r a t e into rings, % red onion. Slice into rings, % cup black or stuffed olives. Peel and slice diagonally, 1 thin carrot. Marinate all vegetables anywhere from 4 hours to overnight in mixture of 1 cup salad oil, % cup white wine vinegar, 1 tsp. salt, VA tsp. black pepper, 2 tsp. celery seed, few drops Tabasco. Remove vegetables and serve on small lettuce leaf. Garnish with wedge of fresh tomato. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. Pineapple Dream Cake 1 package pineapple flavored cake mix Vs cup flour IV* cups water % cup cooking oil 1 package (3Vi ounce) pineapple or vanilla flavored instant pudding mix 4 eggs In a mixing bowl, blend together all the ingredients. Beat at medium speed for 2 minutes. Bake in greased and floured 10-inch tube or Bundt pan at 350' F. for 35 to 40 minutes. Cool in pah (right side up) 25 minutes. Dust with powdered sugar, garnish with mandarin orange section and maraschino cherry halves. Yield: 10 to 12 servings. Prints Featured At Gallery The prints of, six Knox College artists are among the art work currently 'being shown ait 'the Galesburg Civic Art Center, 114 E. Main. Gallery I continues with "New Graphics of Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Moth- enweM." This exhibit is being sponsored by Intra State Telephone Company. Twenty-two of 4he 23 prints in the exhibit have been completed in the past | three years. Yoianda Ortega, Casey Kremer, Sandy White, Linda Edwards, Sidney MbEilhenney, and Gail VanderWorkeen are the Knox College printmakers whose work is currently on display in Gallery II. They are students of Harlan Goudie. Casey Kremer prints concentrate on architecture and railroad yards of Galesburg. Yoianda Ortega's prints are a lyrical treatment of natural objects, "andscape and fruit. Sandy White work moves from ithe abstract (to abstracted to "P. F. Flyers:," a representation of tennis shoes. Sidney McElhenney silksoreen is a still life of a kitchen windowsill. Linda White work "MandaJa" is a detailed print in an abstract vein. Gail VanderWorkeen three prints are all remarkable for itheir skilled design, technical excellence, and artistic quality Moat of ithese prints are for sale. Gallery 'hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. FINE ARTS FESTIVAL A Fine Arts' Festival will be presented at the Galesburg Sen ior High School Thursday and Friday in the gym. Displays will be by the In dustrial Arts, Fine Arts, and Home Economics departments. The public is invited to attend Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. s • • • Mr. and Mrs. D. R, Linroth, 1111 Jefferson St.,"announce the engagement of. thfcir daughter, Mary Louise,.to James w. Er« win, son of Mr. and {Mrs. Gur- nty Erwin, 1124 Market St., De Kalb. The bride-elect, daughter of the late Ralph Linroth, is teaching at Northern Illinois University, De Kalb. tier fiance is employed in construction. A July 14 wedding is being planned for 5 p.m. at the Newman Center, 512 Normal Road in De Kalb. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the Veterans' Club, South California Street, Sycamore. Miss Mary Linroth Mrs. Florence Peterson, 28 Northwest Ave., Galva, and Dale M. Peterson, 547 Pine St., Kewanee, announce the engagement ' of their daughter, Linda Leigh, to Gary John Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Anderson, 327 W. Jefferson, Toulon. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galva High School, attended Black Hawk East College in Kewanee. Her fiance, a graduate of Toulon High School, is employed at Kewanee Manufacturing Company in Kewanee. The couple is planning a November wedding. la Peterson The engagement of Miss Pamela Jamison of Macomb, formerly of Monmouth, and Marcus Witte of Peoria is being announced. Miss Jamison is the daughter of Mrs. Cleo Johnson of, Macomb, and the late G. Robert Jamison of Gladstone. Her fiance is the son of Dr. and Mrs. William D. S. Witte of Peoria. A graduate of Union High School, Miss JamisOn will be graduated from Monmouth College in June where she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta, national fraternity. Mr. Witte, a graduate of Peoria Central High School and Monmouth College, is a graduate student at Bradley University, and is employed as a psychological intern at the George A. Zeller Zone Center, Peoria. A summer wedding is being planned by the couple. Miss Pamela Jamison With the Girl Scouts . . . At the recent meeting of the Shabonee Girl Scout Council in Moline, eight leaders from Galesburg were honored. Those receiving awards were Mrs. Stanley Haynes, thanks badge; Mrs. Robert Wallace and Mrs. Guy Hinton, appreciation pins; William Atkinson, tie( clasp; and Mrs. Jackie Johnson, Mrs. D. J. Karlovich, Mrs. William Crane, and Mrs. John Murray, certificates of appreciation. (Continued on Page 9) ALLEN CHAPEL SENIOR USHER BOARD The Allen Chapel Senior Usher Board will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Earl Wilson, 262 N. West St. The Girl Scdut District Meeting was held Wednesday at the Covenant Church. Mrs. Robert Wallace, district chairman, presided. Plans were announced by Mrs. E. Ray Wilson for the May Happening at Lake Storey Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The event is open to all girls in Knox County. Each person is to bring a sack lunch and a beverage. Shelter will be provided in case of rain. The event will feature practice in outdoor skills. Used uniforms are for sale at the Girl Scout Office, Bank of Galesburg building. Girl Scouts bringing in uniforms to sell should mark their name, phone number and price on the dress. Members are asked to make a craft for display at the office. A chart should accompany the craft listing the necessary supplies and where they may be purchased. It was announced that an Open House would be scheduled at the Girl Scout office September 8, Mrs, Stanley Haynes, field director, awarded numeral guards for years served in scouting to the following leaders, Mrs. Frank Skrivan, forty years; Mrs, Wallace, Mrs. How- aid Dawson, Mrs. William Crane, Mrs. Douglas Fitch; Mrs. Bill Home and Mrs. Wilson, ten years. The following were presented with five year guards: Mrs. Jackie Johnson, Mrs. George Burger, Mrs. James E.Erick- son, Mrs. William Regor, Mrs. (Continued on Page 9) Who Has The Most Body Shirt« LESLIE'S LESLIE'S

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