Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 26
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 26

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
Page 26
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Treat Them To Cookies After School After school, all roads lead to the cookie jar, and it's a wise mother who fills it with fragrant, nourishing homemade cookies. And, you need not be a mathematician to do this sum: the iron of unsulphured molasses plus the quick energy provided by semisweet chocolate morsels equal a cookie that fills the nutrition bill. Molasses Chocolate Drops cookies also fills the flavor bill. Molasses Butterscotch Chews are another favorite cookie. Whether you prefer the crisp Molasses Chocolate Drops or the Molasses Butterscotch Chews, you offer tops in nutrition — and cookies so good your youngsters will clamor for more. Molasses Chocolate Drops % cup shortening Vi cup sugar »A cup unsulphured molasses 1 egg 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour V/i teaspoons baking powder % teaspoon baking soda 1 6-ounce package (1 cup) semi-sweet "Toll House" chocolate morsels Cream together shortening and sugar; blend in unsulphured molasses and egg. Sift in flour, baking powder and soda. Mix well. Stir in semi-sweet chocolate morsels. Drop by table spoonsful on ungreased baking sheet. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 10 minutes YIELD: 4 dozen. Molasses Butterscotch Chews 1 6-ounce package (1 cup) butterscotch morsels 1-3 cup butter or margarine Vi cup unsulphured molasses 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda V* teaspoon salt Combine butterscotch morsels, butter, sugar and molasses in Saucepan. Place over moderate heat, stirring constantly, until butterscotch morsels are melted. Cool 5 minutes. Beat in egg and vanilla. Sift in flour, soda and salt; mix well Drop by teaspoonsful on ungreas^ ed cookie sheet. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) B minutes YIELD: 6 dozen cookies. Little York Group Returns From Retreat LITTLE YORK—Several members of the IYF and MYF and chaperones returned Saturday from their 4-day retreat at Ursa. Adults who attended as helpers were the Rev. and Mrs. Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Spanding, Mrs. Paul Dreher, Mrs. John Haben and Mrs. Dorothy Hardin. Little York Briefs Mrs. Lelia of Dogwood, Ind., is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Ora Melton and Mrs. Jesse Toops. Richard Willett has returned home from the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City for treatment and observation. Kathy and Karen Roney of Monmouth spent a few days recently with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Roney. Mr. and Mrs. David Lee and son have moved from the property of William Thieme. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Finlay have returned from a trip to the northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Melton and family of Seaton, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boock and sons of Belmont and Mr. and Mrs. William Boock and family were Sunday callers at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock. Mr. and Mrs. William Kendall, Billy and Virginia have returned from Iowa, where Kendall was working. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dixon spent the weekend at Morton with Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson. James McKelvie has returned from the Monmouth Hospital. William and Kevin Watson, who had accompanied the Explorer Scouts on their trip northwest have returned to their homes here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cooper are visiting in Washington. Miss Pearl Cooper of Colchester has been visiting the Dean Keithleys. Shoppers' Resting Place CLAREMONT, Calif. (AP) The only empty lot in the business district of Claremont has been leased by the city for $1 a year, for use as a resting place for shoppers. The city has weeded the lot and put in a few floral plantings and a couple of park benches. Residents have named the area for City Manager Richard Malcolm, whose idea it was to lease and improve it. They are calling it "Malcolm 's Meadow." Tornquist Kin Elect Officers For Reunion NEW WiNOSOrWMfs. Robert HiU of New Windsor was re-elected secretary-treasurer at the Tornquist family reunion Sunday at Lake Storey. Other officers elected were Richard Tornquist of Kewanee, president, and Harold Tornquist of North Henderson, vice president. Clarence Claire was named chairman of the table committee, Mrs. Ida Ashley and Mrs. Claire of the coffee committee. All are of Moline. Of the 63 relatives at* tending the event William Tornquist and son John came from Tucson, Ariz, and Edwin Torn* quist from Minneapolis, Minn. The 1964 reunion will be held at Longview Park, Rock Island Aug. 16. Florida Family Are Honored at Family Reunion NEW WINDSOR-Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graves and family of Plant City, Fla., house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Young, were honored at a family reunion Sunday at Lake Storey. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Voung and Miss Nina McLaughlin of Viola; the Dean Johnson family of Lynn Center, Melvin Johnsons of AHona, the Perry Weir Jr. family of Rio, Mrs. Cordie St. George and Catherine of Galesburg. Mrs. B. G. Garrett, the Emery Garrett, Curtis Young, Joe Petrie, Kenneth Hughes, Mahlon Lindgren, Robert Young and Stewart Young families of New Windsor. Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg Wed, Aug 21. 1963 27 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ?Sth Birthday Celebrated at Maquon Supper MAQUON—Mrs. Edna Harper was honored at a supper to celebrate her 75th birthday Aug. 17 given by her two daughters in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Mitchell. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goudy of Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rose, Mrs. Catherine Clayton, Lori Jean and Melmda Ellen and Lisa Ann of Galesburg, and Jerry Mitchell. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Goudy. Mrs. Harper also was entertained Friday at supper by Mrs. lleen ,'Jlen. Attend Fair Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mitchell and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howarter and Terry attended the state fair in Springfield. The Howarters' son Stephen spent the week at the exhibited sheep. fair where HI The Roman Empire was found* ed after the death of Julius Cat* sat. • Mux ytaAAcC Mickribemrb PORK SAUSAOI MIRACLE W 49c Quart Jar Red ft White Value Check'd Choice GROUND BEEF Korn Top Smoked PICNICS Red & White Brand - White or Yellow Popcorn 2 * 25 SWIFTS PREM c Assorted Flavors Kool-Aid 6:25 1 12-oz. Cam LBS. Fancy Golden BANANAS LB. LB. Washed Red Crisp Tender Potatoes io E .39C Celery - 5c Our Value Brand Cut ^% Green Beans O _ ..... New Pack is in Red & White Brand Halves _ APRICOTS 4 KLEENEX 411 400 Count Siza West-Pac Frozen FRENCH ! I FRIES ^ Sara Lee All Butter Frozen Toilet Tissue D.I..» 2 Rs "'25c -Coffee Cake Kotex Box of 12 Reg. Size... 39c Northern 80 Coun » BoxM Paper Napkins 2 i 25' 12-oz. ^aw X; The Breakfast 12 -oz. jOc of chompioB ' Box Oil ~^Wheaties C3 13-ox. Size 07C J »a^«k,..,^j >s3 Maxwell House Instant Bonus Pack DID YOU KNOW? Every Red & White Store it individually owned by the merchant that operates it. Shop with us and save. NABISCO RED6V WHITE Coffee Large 12-oz. Jar Milnot WAVERLY WA^RS PURE FRENCH'S VANILLA ll 3 /4 -oz. Pkg. 1-oz. Bottle 27* 29* FOOD Tall Can 10 Buster Brand Mixed Nuts 14-oz. Can 79 C 10c OFF 1/ Premium Duz » SALVO J Cheer Thrill Starter Size Giant Size Giant Size 12-oi, Size 59c 81c 79e 37c Kenilration DOG FOOD 2 33c For Sandwiches BAGGIES 2h 29e Free Bath Brush with Dove Bath Size 4 Bar$ 89c IN LONDON MILLS IN ONEIDA IN WATAGA C&R H&J GROCERY ANDERSON'S MARKET MARKET IN KNOXmLE MEL SAYRS' SUPER MKT. IN ABINGDON KRONSTED'S MARKET JERRY'S SUPERETTE 497 Eul Berriei IN GALEStURQ PETE'S MARKET 788 North Seminary St EVANS GROCERY 632 South West SI •1

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