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ft GnJisburo E «flirtW -Moll, Gotebura, HI. Thursday. Stm. 12, 1963 Color -Jli umn enuS Of the many good sweet, ful to add to your "ChristawK spreads on your grocer'a shelves, Purple Plum Conserve will not be one of them. Bronzed and golden raisins, walnuts, shreds of rind and tho juice* of oranges and lemons combined with the sugar plum goodness of Idaho-1 grown fresh purple plums make a treat blessed with that which cannot be bought — the flavor of home. This is the time to make the delicious specialty, while the large sweet purple plums (freestone, by the way) are in season. Good with the breakfast toast, this conserve is delicious with any hot bread end something very special when served with baked ham. Wonder- presents from the kitchen." Beat-Ever Purple P\vm Conserve (makes 12 eight-ounce glasses of half-pint fruit jars) Part l 6 to 6 pounds firm Idaho purple plums, pitied and quartered crosswise (12 cupi or 3 quarts) 4 cups granulated sugar Mix together in large bowl th« prepared purple plums and sugar. Let stand several hours of overnight in a cold place. Then pour off the syrup which ,ia$ formed into a heavy 3-quart sauca pot, Dutch oven, or into your elec. trie saucepan. Part 2 4 cups granulated sugar 1 tablespoon grated lemon Outlines United Fund Campaign When the Board of Management of the Galesburg and Knox County Free Kindergarten Home met Tuesday morning at the home, Dr. Donald Sanville from the Speakers' Bureau of the United Fund, discussed with the members details of the entire program of the United Fund- Red Cross Appeal. "This program combines energies, finances, and reduces multi plicity of drives. Its goal is to give adequate support to all local agencies, supported by local boards," said Dr. Sanville. Mrs. John M. Bohan, president, presided at the meeting, at which Mrs. Jean Gunning gave the financial report, and Mrs. Mitchell Rudman, the secretary's minutes. Announcement was made of the meeting of the Illinois Association of Child Welfare Institutions in Peoria on October 8-9, The Free Kindergarten Home will be represented by several board members who will attend workshops especially designed for board members. Plans were made for a window display in one of the store windows during the United Fund campaign, depicting the work of the Free Kindergarten Home. Mrs. Harry McClurg told the board a number of meetings for all captains and workers of the campaign are scheduled, and that cards for the Fifth Ward will be distributed to all board members. an- M nnounce ^Jrothd Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neice, 459 Lincoln St. nounce the engagement and forthcoming marria their daughter Marjorie, to Ronald Jones, son o and Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Galva. Miss Neice is a senior at Galesburg High ^ in oi %ir Jones, a graduate of Jowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, is attending the University of 1 School in Chicago A June wedding '-(iiii!!!'* , ill*,:*!?!' I rie Neice rirtd V\ cup lemon juice and pula 1 tablespoon grat#d orange rind % cup orange juice and pulp 1 pound seedless raisins (half may be bleached or goldea raisins) 1 cup broken (not chopped) walnut meats Mix sugar with syrup poured off plums. Bring to boiling point, stirring all the time. Boll 5 minutes. Add plums, lemon and orange rinds and juices. Cook all together about 30 minutes, stirring fre» quently witti a wooden spoon. Reduce heat as mixture thickens. (In electric saucepan, 300 degrees is about right for the process.) Purple Plum Conserve Add raisins and continue to cook, stirring gently from time to time, about 25 minutes more. Don't overcook. It spoils the flavor. Add walnuts broken in coarse pieces the last 5 minuten. To test: chill a spoonful of the mixture. It should be just thick enough to spread. Pour into hot half-pint or pint fruit jars and seal according to manufacturer's directions. Or use sterilized hot jars or jelly glasses and seal while conserve is hot, again when cold. You may want more than this amount but it is easier to do a single recipe at B time, with better results. Enjoy the purple plums out of hand for pleasant munching, out I of dish for delightful desserts, out I of oven in pies, cobblers, upside- down cakes, nut loaves, and in Unity Lodge Hears State Conclave Reports Pi ii i n of the auxiliary's participation in sessions of the joint state meeting of the Brotherhood of Rail- 1 I o id Ti unmrn and Auxiliary Friday and Saturday, Sept, If. 7 at Ihe Pere Marquette Hotel in Peoria was held moors of Unity WIHIISHIIIIIllillllllllllin DALLAS CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Douglas announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Peggy Ann to Loran Ness of Philomath, Ore., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ness. The wedding date has been set for Oct. 6 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the Durham Methodist Church. FROM ABINGDON — Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Gear hart, 2*3 W. Jackson, Abingdon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Merrilee (above), to Dick Le Maine, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Le Maine of Rockford. Both arc attending Illinois Northern University at DeKalb. Douglas PTA Board Convenes The executive board of the Douglas School PTA met Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. James Louderman, president, 651 E. Third St. Plans and budget for the year were discussed and approved. Announce Daughter's Marriage CAMBRIDGE — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Baker, Benton, announce the marriage of their daughter, Meridy, to David Andrew Gillespie, Saturday evening, Sept. 7, at 6 o'clock in the First Christian Church with the Rev. H. V. Knight officiating in a double ring ceremony. They were attended by Mrs. Suzanne Baker, sister-in-law of the bride and Richard Jones, brother- ANDES CANDIES OTFK -EHD SPECIAt PECAN ROLL Holf Pound Roll Only or 2 % ' lb * Ro,,s *1 ,10 Regularly 80c Vi lb. Creamy nougat vanilla center — dipped In butter caramel end rolled in pecan halves. FREE IMPRINTING ON BOXED CHRISTMAS (ARDS For Limited Time Only , . , Minimum Order $2.00 YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE 0pe» Weekday! f te • «- Sauday* Noon 'tfl 1 P.M. m % Mais St. Galesburg, 1U. in-law of the bridegroom. A dinner and reception for the wedding party followed the ceremony. Mr. Gillespie is the 6on of *vtr and Mrs. Dale Gillespie of Cambridge, He is a graduate of South ern Illinois University and is employed as a forester for the Army Corps of Engineers at Iowa City, Iowa. Mrs. Gillespie also attended Southern Illinois" University. Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie will be at home at 2312 Muscatine Ave., Box 4, Iowa City, Iowa. 1 1 Lodge, 425, B of RT auxili ary, convened Wednesday evening in IOOF Hall. Mrs. Harry Neeld, president, presided. Saturday afternoon Unity Lodge officers participated in the exemplification of draping and undraping the charter. In the ceremony the charter was draped for Mrs. Hazel Evans, a late member of Peoria St. Valentine Lodge, Number 46, the hostess lodge. Other Unity Lodge members participating in the state meeting were Miss Dorothy Love, inner guard, and Mrs. Mike Davison, pianist. Also taking part in the exemplifications were Galesburg Sincerity Lodge, Number 6 and Chil- iicothe Lodge, 609. For the occasion Unity Lodge officers wore new gowns of lavender nylon jersey over matching taffeta, styled with full skirts, and plain bodices with inserted pleat ed cummerbunds at the waistline Grand Officers Grand officers attending the ^^nnouncementd . session were Mrs. Theresa Mo shier, Columbus, Ohio, grand president and also a member of Peoria Lodge 46, who was the guest of honor; Mrs. Dora Ryerson, Boone, Iowa, vice grand president; Mrs. Margaret Stafford, Edwardsyille, alternate vice grand president. Mrs. Lucille Newland, president of Peoria Lodge 46, and her officers were in charge of introductions and the meetings. Mrs. Matilda Zachmeyer announced that she will have the officers Secret Pal Club meeting in her home at 259 E. Berrien St., Sept. 24 at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. Mrs. Neeld received an invitation to be guest of Galesburg Sincerity Lodge 6 at a banquet and initiation service Oct. 2. Other members of Unity Lodge were also invited to attend. Mrs. James Blackburn announced that she will be in charge of the family noon potluck Thursday, Sept. 19. At the close of last evening's meeting Mrs. Blackburn, assisted by Mrs. A. L. Zieglcr, served refreshments. DOUGLAS PTA The first meeting of the year will be Monday evening at the school, starting with a potluck supper at 6:30 o'clock. Each family is being asked to bring table service, meat for their own family, bread and butter if desired, and a hot and a cold dish to pass. Coffee and Kool Ade will be furnished. A business meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock. The program will be a Sing-Along with Mrs. Shirley Sundberg and Glenn Gore. FUTURE BUILDERS Future Builders Class of First Christian Church will have a party at 6 o'clock Sunday evening when a potluck supper will be served in the church dining room. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring a covered dish of food according to the size of their family. Meat, dessert and beverage will be furnished by the committee which includes Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watt, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Bettisworth, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Switzer and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Briggs. A program is being planned for the evening. WESTON PTA Board members of Weston Parent-Teacher Association will con vene at 9:30 o'clock Friday morn ing at the school. The first fal! meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association will be at 3:15 o'clock Monday afternoon at the school A nursery will be provided. Entertains the Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Galesburg Pi Beta Phi Alumnae were entertained in the home o" Mrs. Hugh Harris, 1019 Jefferson St. for a dinner meeting. The evening's committee was composed of Mrs. Harvey Waters Mrs. Jean Gunning, Mrs. Rich ard Koons and Mrs. Robert Near Plans for the coming year were outlined during the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Rob ert Hoopes, president. WANTED Receptionist for doctor's office. Please reply to P. O. Box 19, stating qualifications. FALL HANDBAGS LARGE SELECTION — SMART STYLES *3°° to 18 95 Piu« Tax [ISA MARIE HOSIERY SHOP 314 East Main St. SMALL BOYS AND THOSE GROWN TALL enjoy the goodneM of newly -made Purple Plum Conserve on fresh bread and better or rolls. The sweet plum* are at the markets now until early October. The tulip-patterned cast Iron Dutch oven shown above is a perfect utentil for the slow sim­ mering tho conserve requires. If you want a larger amount than the recipe makes, plan on making a second "batch" rather than doubling the recipe-a good rule to follow in all preserving. casy-to-make quick breads such as this: Sugar Plum Coffee Cake Batter: 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 4 teaspoons baking powder Vz teaspoon salt Vz cup granulated sugar 4 tablespoons shortening 1 egg, well-beaten % cup milk Vt cup orange juice 1 and A h teaspoons grated orange rind Sift together dry ingredients. Cut in shortening until like grains of rice. Add liquid and orange rind to well-beaten egg. Carefully stir into dry mixture but do not beat. Scrape into buttered round baking dish about 10 by 2 To Appear at Bishop Hill The Galesburg Sweet Adelines will open the evening program on Saturday in Bishop Hill, Mrs. James Macdonald, director of the local Sweet Adeline chapter, announced at the last rehearsal meeting held in the home of Mrs. Robert Frank, 1416 N. Broad St. She explained this is Bishop Hill's ~ * (Continued on page 9) 117th Annual Old Settlers Reunion. Twenty-five chapters and twenty-six registered qdartets in this area will receive invitations to the Oct. 13 Charter Day party, Mrs. Howard Tolley, president, announced. She named the chairmen for the party as follows: Mrs. Macdonald, program; Mrs. Tolley, registration; Miss Aucl- rene Rayer, name tags; Mrs. Esther DeWeese, welcome; Mrs. Maurice Cox, decorations: Miss Harriet L. Aberg, publicity; Mrs. Willard Carroll and Mrs. Carl Berntson, tea table. Dental Assistants Have Dinner Meeting Dr. John Maddrell, orthodontist, was the speaker of the evening when members of the Western Illinois Dental Assistants Society convened Tuesday evening for a dinner meeting at Loraine's restaurant. Out-of-town members attended from Rushville and Macomb. Dr. Maddrell screened slides and discussed causes of malocclusion. Scheduled as the speaker for the next meeting is Dr. Robert Glenn, Burlington, Iowa pedodon- tist. CASH and CARRY (A Regular $5.00 Value) Friday noon thru Sat. that "sportive" feeling of fall Two hits by PEACOCK.., specifically designed to enhance fall's sportive fashions. As easy, soft and movable as the casual mood of America today! inderson florists 312 E. MAIN 129 N. BROAD 3<Jt)i» - did - MJ-2IM AAAAA te B No Extra Charge for Size 11 Shoes 230 EAST MAIN V

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