Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 22, 1963
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

8 Golesburg Regisfer-Moil, Golesburg, III. _ Thursdoy, Aug. 22, 1963 fltond U Orange and Pineapple . . . Lush and fruit-filled as an island paradise is this dessert recipe for warm weather. It's a freezer pie sure to please people who love easy living and wonderful eating. Both are built into Ambrosia Parfait Pie. The easy living starts with the crust, rich as butter cookies and no trouble at all to make. You don't even roll it out—just pat into the piepan and bake. The filling, flavored with orange, coconut and pineapple is a breeze to stir up. And the pie freezes four (o six hours which automatically takes the last minute rush out of things. Perhaps the best thing about this filling, though, is the fact that the flavor changes at whim. The parfait pie idea is translatable into everyone's favorite combination. And the wonderful eating? That starts with the very first bite. South Seas Ambrosia Parfait Pic Developed by a home service center. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 lo 15 minutes. Makes 9-inch pie. Butter-Crust: Vi cup butter 2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup flour Ambrosia Filling: 2/3 cup sugar cup orange juice 1 unbeaten egg white 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 cup whipping cream l h cup flaked coconut \k cup (8%-oz. can) crushed pineapple, drained 2 teaspoons grated orange rind Butter-Crust: Soften butler with sugar. Add flour. Mix just until a ^Women's Uageft A nnounce Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Brown, 1337 W. Losey St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanette Elaine, to Gayle W. Potts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ozro J. Potts of Oneida. Miss Brown, a Galesburg High School graduate, is employed at the Intrastate Telephone Co. Her fiance is employed at Weaver- Yemm Chevrolet. The wedding will take place Oct. 13 at the First Methodist Church at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Jeanette Brown Juture deride Mrs. Gertrude Hulteen of Princeton announces the engagement of her daughter Sandra Kay to Robert Stephen Leighton of Oneida. Miss Hulteen, a graduate of Princeton High School and Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing, is employed as a staff nurse at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Her fiance, a graduate of ROVA High School, is employed in the time study department at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. in Galesburg. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Miss Sandra Hulteen TWO WILD DAYS »:i («ttiUKiiiaiiiiUUiU »a«'*' il1 ^ FASHION SELLING Dozens of special new Fashion merchandise is reaching our fashion floor, selected by our efficient corps of Eastern stylists. NEED THE ROOM We must have the room for new arrivals— so down go the prices on Spring-Summer garments. Tailored Suits Half Price Summer Dresses, two big racks__Half Price Trans Season Coats Half Price Sportswear, Slacks, Skirts, Shorts Save up to 50 per cent Hostess Coats — Marked for quick selling. Summer Rayon Skirts, vol. to $5.98 for $2.98 Snipit Slips, a few special colors, $3.98 value for $1.98 Patio Dresses, fine cottons, Values to $8.98 for $4.98 THESE SPECIAL PRICES FOR TWO DAYS ONLY FRIDAY & SATURDAY KELLOGG'S spec ,AI - BARGAINS Small Fry Are Models Back to school apparel, warm winter coats and tiny tots' fashions were presented by youthful models to members and guests at the Civic Nu-Comers luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Holiday Inn. Miss Jeanette Burgland of Burgland's Youth Shop showed and narrated the show. The young models were Liz and Nancy Holliday, Jay Williams, Sharon Willcutts, David Schmidt- line, Kim Schrader, Durk and Jaye Mullin, Sandra Muselman and Chuck Cashulette. Tables were decorated in keeping with the back to school theme by the co-hostesses Mrs. Lonnie Cook and Mrs. William Holliday. Mrs. John Piatt read a favorite poem, "Lake Lime," and gave the invocation. Mrs. John Quirk, vice president, introduced guests, Mrs. Barbara Palmer, Mrs. Fern Adams and Miss Linda Muselman. Fifteen prospective members were introduced by Mrs. D. H. Mullin. Mrs. John Shipp presented the following new members to the club: Mrs. Bill Lawson, Mrs. Paul Schmidtline, Mrs. Jesse Muselman and Mrs. Ernest Kempton. Mrs. Forrest Borngrebe told of a fund drive for the Crippled Children's Foundation to be held in September and asked for volunteer workers for this drive. Mrs. Wendell Farris, hostess announced a new sponsor, Goodyear Tire and Vulcanizing. Announcements of f o r t h c oming events were made and the meeting adjourned for an afternoon of cards. Prizes were won by Mrs. Barbara Palmer in bridge, and by Mrs. Anna Rhodenbaugh in pinochle. Alpha Iota Elects Officers Miss Judith Morse was elected president of Alpha Iota sorority at the dinner meeting Monday evening at Coldbrook Christian Church. Serving with her will be Miss Carolyn Pople, vice president; Mrs. Ken Mullenix, secretary; Miss Wilma Johnston, treasurer; Miss Kay Nelson, chaplain; Mrs. Ed Masters, historian; Miss Linda Higgins, marshal; Miss Margaret Enlow and Mrs. Becky McGraw, pledge captains. Gives Report Miss Pople, delegate to the national convention in Cleveland, Ohio, showed slides and pictures taken at the conclave and told of the convention sessions. Mrs. Masters outlined the year's ways and means project, the selling of Christmas cards. Members of the committee in charge of the event were Mrs. Holly Gutierrez, Mrs. Richard Reznor and Miss Cindy Lippert. r tc arved UlAMOrsLJ NlfsGfcj iielo/ecJ by biidas for over / 00 /ears MIDNIGHT STAR RING $25000 Also from $100 to $1000 Easy Terms ELLIS Jewelers 219 £. Main St. dough will form (with mixer use lowest speed). Place V\ to 1/3 cup of the mixture in a small pan for crumb topping. Press remaining mixture evenly over bottom and sides of 9 -inch piepan with well- floured fingers. Flute. Bake at 375 degrees until light golden brown: crumbs 10 to 12 minutes; crust 12 to 15 minutes. Cool. Ambrosia Filling: Combine in small mixing bowl sugar, orange juice, egg white and lemon juice. Beat with electric mixer at highest speed until soft peaks form when beaters are raised, 3 to 5 minutes. Beat cream until thick. Fold into egg white mixture. Fold in coconut, pineapple and orange rind. Spoon into baked crust. Sprinkle with reserved crumbs. Freeze until firm, 4 to 6 hours; cover. Announce Engagement YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. William Bell announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Lee to Robert R. Schutts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schutts of Racine, Wis. The bride-elect, a graduate of Davenport Central High School, Davenport, Iowa, is employed as secretary at J. I. Case Co., Racine, Wis. Her fiance, a graduate of Metamora High School, Metamora, has attended Western Unit, and is enrolled at University of Wisconsin extension in Racine. He is employed at Turnstyle in Racine. No wedding date has been set. !lill:i!l!!i:!!i !,tl ' lLl!l '- 1 ' Cool dessert for summer evening, Ambrosia Parfait Pie, served with iced tea in frosted glasses. With the Girl Scouts . . . Gill Scout Troop 329, Lombard, just returned from a trip to Devil's Lake and Wisconsin Dells, Wis. Camping at Camp Che-teki-tiki on the south shore of Devil's Lake, the girls took in the Lost Canyon trip, the Enchanted Forest, Prehistoric Forest, Storybook Gardens and the Indian Ceremonial at Stand Rock, going upriver and returning by boat. The second day they went to the Circus Museum; also saw the Circus performance at Baraboo; then back to Wisconsin Dells to see the Deer Park, where the deer are as tame as dogs and let you pet and feed them. On to the Biblical Gardens, Fort Dells, where they rode on the top of authentic stagecoaches; then into the Dells to see the Minirama and buy souvenirs for parents and brothers and sisters at home. They wound up the day by going to the Wonder Spot, a demonstration of phenomena and to the Amusement park. They had one picnic dinner in the Wisconsin Dells Park and a picnic lunch on the shores of Lake Delton. After another night at Camp Che-teki-tiki they returned to Galesburg. Taking the trip were Terrie Allen, Sara Coan, Becky Henry, Cindy Holeman, Connie Nelson, Debby Newburgh, Beverly Sullivan, Sherry Treadway and Sally Wong, accompanied by Mrs. Willard Nelson and Mrs. B. W. Coan, troop leader. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES CLAWSON (above) were married Sunday afternoon at the Grace Lutheran Church in Ophiem by Rev. Arnold Olson. Mrs. Clawson, the former Patricia Molberg, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Molberg of Ophiem, and her husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Clawson of Aledo. The newlywcds, who left for a honeymoon in Colorado, will reside in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, where the bridegroom is a student at Iowa Wesleyan College. Auxiliary Donates to The Red Cross Fruit juices and cookies donated by the Eagles Auxiliary members to the Red Cross were delivered by Mrs. Russell May. Announcement was made at Tuesday's meeting of the Auxiliary in tlie home. Prior to the meeting a potluck supper was served honoring those having birthdays in July and August, with Mrs. Al Crouch and Mrs. Don Guenthcr in charge of the table decorations. Reports were given by Mrs. Matilda Zachmeyer, Mrs. Thomas Sepich, Mrs. Russell May, Mrs. Ed McCants and Mrs. Cecil Walker. Mrs. Crouch, youth guidance chairman, reported the group needed a project to make money to buy a wheelchair for an afflicted child. Mrs. Walker gave a report on the memorial foundation program. Mrs. John Sholl announced several ways and means projects. Mrs. Gerald Warfield and Mrs. Wilson received the evening's prize and a special gift, respectively. • Wedding • Anniversary • New Home • Birthday • Just To Be Nice We Have the Gift and Card for You to Give GIVE-A-GIFT WEBERS 149 E. Main AIH CONDITIONING EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT & eauty Salt on Closed Sunday & Monday 1094 WEST MAIN ST. Phone 342-6909 Owner: PAULLEEN FILKER Ample Parking in Rear. Sweet Adelines Convene at Studio Mrs. Howard Tolley, president of the Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc., announced at Tuesday evening's rehearsal meeting at 1060 E. Losy St., that preparations are complete for the group's first public appearance. Dress rehearsal will be held Aug. 25. One or two members of their immediate families may attend this rehearsal. Mrs. James Macdonald, director, mentioned possible future singing dates. A number of quartets have been heard in tryout songs in recent weeks during rehearsal periods. A motto and insignia written and designed by Miss Audrene Rayer was selected by unanimous vote to be the Galesburg chapter's entry in the third region's motto and insignia contest. Wedding Is Sunday CAMBRIDGE — Mrs. Bernardine Lief of Cambridge announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Laretta, to Henry Neumann of Geneseo, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Neumann of Geneseo. The ceremony will be performed at 7 o'clock Sunday evening in the St. John Lutheran Church in Edford township. All relatives and friends are invited to the ceremony and reception that will be held in the church parlors following the ceremony. $50 and $100 BONUS To Churches, Schools, Sororities and Organizations for distributing Watkins fa- famous double strength vanilla, pepper or cinnamon. Details inquire at — 218 North Henderson St. Galesburg or Call 342-2510 SANDLER OF BOSTON'S BOOTVILLE ... it's got that handmade-in-the-Village look. A real swingin' rustik; like soft; like when did they start making shoes out of marshmallows? (Dig it in Clamour.) 9.99 FASHION BOOTERY

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page