Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 28, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 28, 1963
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Violan Returns From Europe Gofesburg Regisfer-Moil, Gflfesburg;, Wed.. Aua, 28, 1963 19 VIOLA — Ron Donaldson, son t>! Mf. and Mrs. E. L. Donaldson, returned home Sunday. Me came by jet from a 2-month European tour, during which time, one of a group of eight, including Prof. Mulder of Western Illinois University, he visited 10 countries. The trip was sponsored by the National Education Association in the interest of music. They visited European cathedrals and attended the opera in Italy. Donald- con will return to Metamora this week to resume his position as band instructor at the Metamora High School. Viola News Briefs Miss Lillian Bissell, a resident of Plainfield, N. J., and Naples, Fla., arrived in Viola Monday for a month's visit with friends and to cafe for her farm interests in this area. Dr. and Mrs. John Clark of Texas are visiting Mrs. Clark's uncle, Frank Morris, and will attend the national chiropractic con­ vention before returning home to Texas. Mrs. Harold Beckley and daughter Wanda have returned to their home in Tilden, following a week's visit with Mrs. Ueckley's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Frank McLean. Other Friday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. McLean included Mr. and Mrs. William Beckley and three children*and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robertson, of Sparta. They were en route home from a vacation trip to Colorado and the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Elas, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Elas of Rushville, returned Saturday from Vandalia, Ohio, where they had spent the previous week at the 64th Grand American Trap Shoot. There were 2,500 participants in the shooting event. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Elas took their daughter Liz to Aurora, where she will spend three months at the Mercyville School of Train­ ing for nurses. Mercyville is affiliated with Mercy Hospital of Iowa City, where she is taking a nurse's training course. Return From Elmhurst Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and son Steve have returned home from Elmhurst, where they visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patterson. Mrs. Jim Patterson, who has been with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson, went to Chicago Sunday to spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vargo Sh§ and her son will leava soon to join her husband, who is station* ed in Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burns and five daughters of Mancos, Colo., were recent guests of her cousin, Mrs. Bernice Burrill. On Saturday, the Burrill family reunion was held in their honor at Lake Warren. Those attending included: Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKelvy, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson and sou, Alpha; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burrill and daugh­ ter; Milan; Mm. Vara Burrill, Hamlet; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillie, Aledo. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison, Moline; Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Boostrom, of Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burrill, Fisher, and Rev. and Mrs. Ray Burrill, Warsaw. When Michigan State and Baylor play football in 1968 it will mark their first meeting on Jie gridiron Religious Symbols Authors of the Pour Gospels are represented by religious symbols thusly: The winged man is St. Matthew, the winged lion is St. Mark, the winged ox is St. Luke and the eagle is St. John. Sixteen members of the Detroit Tigers played basketball during their high school days. Flexible Steel Even though the rati weighs 112 pounds per yard, welded 2,- ooo -foot long steel railroad rail is flexible enough to bend around 10-degree curves while in trans* port on a string of 39 flat cars. Blair House, the Preskteflft of' ficial guest house in Washington,, is being restored, refurbished and centrally air-conditioned under tha guidance of a Blair House Fin* Arts Committee. Turkey Makes Weekend Meal Planning Easier Roast this turkey Saturday and use the planned-overs for a no- cook Sunday picnic dinner. Roast Turkey with Mushroom Stuffing Creamed Celery Potatoes Salad Bowl Bread Tray Watermelon Beverage Mushroom Stuffing Frances % cup butter or margarine 1 pound mushrooms, sliced 1 cup boiling water Yi cup dry onion soup mix (just as it comes from the package) 1 bag (8 ounces) herb-seasoned bread stuffing In a large deep skillet, melt the butter. Add the mushrooms and cook lightly, stirring often. Mix in the boiling water and dry onion-soup mix. Add the bread stuffing; mix well. Use as stuffing for an 8 to 10 pound ready to cook turkey. JACOBY ON BRIDGE Defender Thinks Like Declarer By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. When Rattlesnake Pete, the world's greatest rattlesnake hunter, was asked his formula for success he replied, "I just try to think like a rattlesnake." NORTH 27 AK6 ¥98 5 • K75 + KJ986 WEST EAST *94 4QJ1072 VK10742 VQ63 • AJ8 4943 + 753 +42 SOUTH (D) + A853 VAJ' 4 Q10 6 2 + AQ1Q No one vulnerable South West North East 1N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V4 Some declarers are just as dangerous as rattlesnakes when they start to operate the dummy, and an alert defender should learn to think like a declarer if he wants to handle defense successfully. Now take a look at the West and North hands only. West opens the four of hearts against the three no trump contract. East produces the queen and South gathers in the trick with the ace. Then he leads the deuce of diamonds and if West hasn't learned to think like a declarer, it will be all over. West will duck. Dummy's king will hold the trick and then South will gallop home with five clubs and two spades. If West has learned to think like a declarer he will realize that the play has been rather unusual. He will ask himself if South would have adopted that line of play if he had started with ace-jack-small of hearts. He will answer the question in the negative. Then he will ask himself what South would have done if he held the ace of spades, the ace-jack doubleton of hearts, and the ace-queen of clubs. It won't take him long to find the answer which is that he would have tried the same play that South had made. At this point, rattlesnake West will rise with the ace of diamonds and lead the king of hearts. South's jack will fall and West will take three more heart tricks, RE D & WHITE V FOOD £v STORES MAKE the MOST of SUMMER'S LAST HOLIDAY Oscar Mayer WIENERS BACON All Meat Yellow Band Lb. Smokey Lane SLICED Tender Lean CUBE STEAK Lb. Pkg. Lb. Canned SO 99 Picnics 5 &. 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