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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 15, 1963
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(Satesburg Reoister-Mqil, Qotesburg III. Thursday ..Aug,_1.5,1963 9 THE TRIO SHOWN ABOVE has been spending the past few days seeing the city and surround- lng area ai well at •pending tome time with their cousins and an aunt. From left Is Miss Esther Bjorklund of Rockford, Mrs. Karen Ostland of Stockholm, Sweden, and the Galesburg hostess, Miss Marlon Venefl, 1028 E. Knox St., who Is showing her Carl Sandburg's book, "Always the Young Strangers." All first cousins, the Swedish visitor has to speak through Miss Bjorklnnd as she doesn't speak English. One of Mrs. Ostinnd's visits was with her aunt, Mrs. Augusta Carlson, who will celebrate her 90th birthday on Wednesday. Other visits were with the W. A. Carlsons, 723 Pine St., the Harry Rlchardsons, 354 Hawldnson Ave., the Harry Carlsons, 276 N. Pearl St. and the Forrest Ven- ells, 1880 Baird. The travelers have been on the West Coast and after stopping In Rockford, Mrs. Ostlund will return home. Rowe-Hickle Wedding in Methodist Chapel Mrs. Lydia D. Rowe and George W. Hickle, both of Galesburg, were married Monday, Aug. 5, in the chapel of First Methodist Church. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman officiated at the wedding ceremony. Later the couple were the guests of honor at a dinner at their home, 74 S. West St„ served by Mr. Hickle's sisters, Mrs. Grayce Wiley of Kewahee and Mrs. Mary Lucan, and brother, Archie E. Hickle. Guests Sample- (Continued from page 8) Notes Anniversary Leo Bower is the son residing at home rather than George as previously stated in an account of the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bower, 872 Lombard St. The couple has 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. SUGAR FREE less than Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. sugar V* cup granulated sugar Vz cup water 2 tablespoons butter 1 cup whipping cream, whipped Place the shredded wheat biscuits on baking sheet, well rubbed with butter. Heat bis cuits in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for about 10 minutes. Crumble 3 of the shredded biscuits into a 9 inch pie pan which has been well rubbed with butter. Sprinkle the almonds over this layer. Crumble the remaining 3 biscuits over the almonds. Combine the corn syrup, sugars, water, and butter in a 1 quart saucepan. Heat until the sugars and butter are melted and the mixture is well blended. Pour the syrup over the shredded wheat and almonds. Let stand at room temperature until all the syrup is absorbed, about 2 to 3 hours. Cut into wedges and serve with a generous spoonful of whipped cream. NARCE Convenes at Little John Club The August meeting of the National Association of Retired Civil Employes was a potluck supper Tuesday at Little John Conservation Club at Victoria with 45 members present. Mrs. C. R. Howard, chapter chaplain, gave the invocation. Serving on the committee were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hannam, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William Short, Mrs. Eselwyn Kennedy and William Ward. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. LaValle Bushong of Titusville, Fla.; Mrs. Robert Houlihan, Miss Marilyn Westfall and Nels Olson, who is 92 years old. To Present Program At the Citadel •- There will be a special musical program at the Salvation Army Hall, 147 S. Cherry St., 7:30 o'clock Friday evening. The public is invited to attend this meeting. Joey Bochenek, "The Musical Wizard," will be here for this one evening. Born in Chicago of Polish parentage, he is an outstand ing musician, playing nine musical instruments. He is especially featured on the banjo and is sometimes called the "Banjo Wizard:" Mr. Bochenek, formerly a member of the Eddie Peabody Banjo Club in Chicago, has traveled extensively in America from coast to coast in evangelistic work. Proficient as a gospel musician and known internationally, he has brought his music to the ears of thousands of listeners with such men as Dr. Billy Graham, Dr. Oswald Smith, Dr. Bob Cook, Phil Kerr, Johnnie Hope, Bob Brad ford and the Palermo Brothers. He has received many offers from the theaters and name bands such as Spike Jones and others, but rather he has chosen to make his "Music for the Master" be the prime consideration of his life. Cool First Course White the chicken is grilling serve this tasty and refreshing appetiser made early in the day. Combine a can (10V4 ounces) condensed consomme, % cup chopped fresh tomato, 2 tablespoons chopped radishes, 1 tablespoon sliced green onion, and Vi small clove garlic, minced. Place in refrigerator for 4 hours or until jellied. Serve in chilled bowls. Enough for 2 to 3. Peach-Peanut Crumble Fill well buttered casserole % full of fresh peach slices. Sprinkle with salt and cinnamon. Combine graham cracker crumbs, melted butter, and chunk-style peanut, butter to form crumbly topping.: Scatter topping over peaches and bake in moderate oven about 30 minutes. Top with whipped cream. READ THE CLASSIF1EDSI After listening to appeals by Grandpa Happy over WHBF-TV for the benefit of muscular dystrophy, Marc Franson, 171 N. Pleasant Ave., prevailed upon his parents to allow him to order the necessary carnival kit and aid the cause, instead of having a birthday party. Shown from left to right as they were getting ready for the big event are Jeff Adkins, Marc Franson, Mike Adams, Tim Franson, Terry Beck and Karla Franson. Even the dog was in on the act taking part in the animal show. Marc will be 8 on Saturday and will be in the third grade at L. T. Stone. He enlisted the help of his friends, Mike Adams and Terry Beck and after a week of making posters and tickets, they distributed them through the neighborhood. Later they persuaded Marc's older brother Tim to help them with the games. They wanted this carnival to be authentic, so Tim, Bill Hallberg and Roger" Dorethy went to work on the garage and made a Spook House which "proved to be the biggest attraction of the carnival. They also had a miniature golf course. All that came went home with some sort of prize. Parents proved helpful with the popcorn and Kool-aid refreshments. Total proceeds of the day were $15.26 for the muscular dystrophy fund. Polly's Pointers Don't Be Caught Short When you buy an evening gown, be sure to try it on with all the underpinnings you plan to wear with it. This way you won't be caught short with a bra that shows above the plunging back of your gown. Solve the problem of cans of cleaning powder leaving a rust ring on shelves by dipping the can bottoms in paraffin wax. E. E. Sundberg, president, announced the planning for a dinner at the next meeting about the middle of September. Glenn W. Folkers, state president of Joliet, will be the speaker. START NOW With PARK DRIVE DAIRY Courteous - Convenient ^ Til? 3 HOME DELIVERY SERVICE Your Family Deserves the Best in Dairy Products. CAUL "US" FOR HOME DELIVERY — 343-2149 WE DELIVER THREE TIMES PER WEEK! Galesburg - Knoxville - Abingdon $eautij'ul J^lands By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—I detest the drudgery of having to starch after the washing is done. I now mix my starch in a pail and carry it out with me to the clothesline. The clothes to be starched are washed along with everything else up to this point. As I hang the clothes, anything to be starched is done your spread free of dust and wrinkles while you sleep. No ice bag? Substitute a household rubber glove. Fill with crushed ice and tie it tight at the cuff. Slip it into a clean cotton sock for comfortable use.—MRS. J. L. just as it goes on the line. Before I realize it the pesky job is done. Also, did you know we all have beautiful hands? I once complained to a wonderful person about my unfeminine, work-roughened hands. Her reply was "Beautiful hands are those that do work that is honest, kind and true." Thank you for an inspiring column.—MRS. E. C. GIRLS—Stick that little saying over your television screen to help counteract the inferiority complex some of us get when comparing our own hands with the beautiful hands that grow softer and prettier tie longer they are in the dishpan—POLLY DEAR POLLY-My first hint comes from my boy friend. He lives in a house with two other men and mending is a problem. He says his quick and, easy way to repair a hole in a trouser pocket is with a stapler. As I sew quite a bit the idea made me shudder but I guess other fellows thing when there is nobody to sew the hole. I am a secretary in an office where there are over 50 men. For those emergencies that always seem to be turning up, I keep in my desk drawer a pair of extra nylons for myself (men notice a runner, a mile away) as well as black, beige and white thread and some shirt buttons. The beige and black thread are for coat buttons that come off Also I always have books of matches. I do not smoke but when I am in a restaurant, I always pick up a pack of matches to add to my hoard. The men certainly appreciate these extra s.—MISS S. R. GIRLS—That secretary is going to sew herself right into some man's heart.—POLLY DEAR POLLY—If you have no space (or no money) for a night time bedspread holder, use *.he top drawer of any sturdy chest. Pull it out a few inches and lay the folded spread across it for Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . . send them to Polly in care of the Galesburg Register-Mail. You'll receive a bright, new silver dollar if Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ANDES CANDIES WEEKtHDSPECM[ MILK CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER CUPS A Tatty Treat of Delicious Peanut Butter covered with Harshey't Milk Chocolate Reg. 89c lb. HALLMARK NOTES # All New Designs # Perfect Bridge Prizes — Back to College - Gift for Shut-ins, etc. each for > YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE Open Weekdays 9 to 9 — Sundays Noon 'til 7 P.M. 221 E. Main St. Galesburg, HI. BACK TO SCHOOL WITH The Lady with the might be glad to do the same the night. It takes no space, keeps c<> A osco DRUG At KELLOGG'S Only Every college woman will be wearing this Fall the "Classics" that will give her that great casual look. Here are cardigans, slipons, shorty V-necks — that will add variety and dash of Lampl styling. Mix them and match them— with Lampls youthful shorts that will set the campus fashion. ORANGE DRINK RINGO—RICH IN VITAMIN C FULL HALF GALLON PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY NITE, FRIDAY and SATURDAY AUG. 15*16-17, 1963 BAN DEODORANT EXTRA LARGE SIZE t IN SCHOOL 4i , cil . ir , eUOfffl A FASH |ONS 1 5

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