Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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4 IK. June 13, 1973 T. arm nnounce ^ Mr. and Mrs. James Hardine, 548 Scotch Elm Ln., announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Lynn, to John Martin Crock, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Crock, Youngwood, Pa. The bride-elect is a graduate of Galesburg High School and Bradley University. Her fiance, a graduate of Hempfield High School in Greensburg, Pa,, is a senior at Bradley University. No date has been set for the wedding. 1= Miss Susan Hardine \ t Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne R Johnson of RR 1, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Kay, to Darrell K. Lovell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.'Lovell, 119 S. Farnham St. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, Moline and Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa, is employed as a nursing instructor at Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing. Her fiance, a graduate of Bloomington High School, attended the University of Illinois and is a broker-realtor with Glas Real Estate of Galesburg. sauce, easily made with a convenient bottled chunky blue cheese dressing, gives the dish its outstanding taste. Barbecued chicken might be just the ticket if the weather is sunny. A light touch of lemon and a blend of herbs and seasonings make an excellent marinade for chicken. The marinade caft be made early in the day because chicken should marinate 4 to 5 hours in order for the full rich blend of flavors to develop. Serve Lemon Barbecued Chicken with Asparagus Casserole. Hie gentle flavor of asparagus and mushrooms with seasonings is a delightful coiribination with the mild flavor of the chicken. Rock Cornish Game Hens With Cider Sauce 4 rock cornish game hens Vz cup butter % cup chicken bouillon Thaw birds and remove giblets immediately. Preheat oven to 400°. Rinse and dry birds. Season insides with salt and pepper. Place birds, breast side up, in a shallow roasting pan. Brush with butter. Add % cup chicken bouillon. Cover pan with foil. Roast for 30 minutes. Remove foil. Brush with butter. Roast uncovered for 15 to 30 minutes, until the drumsticks are soft and juices are not tinged with pink when the thickest part of the thigh is pierced with a fork. Brush with butter every 10 or 15 minutes. Yield: 4 rock corn- 3 1 1 game hens. Cider Sauce tablespoons butter tablespoon cornstarch cup chicken bouillon (including pan drippings) About People Places to v i Miss Nancy Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Allan Smith of Lake Bracken announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Frances to Ty Tinkham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tinkham of near Cameron. Miss Smith, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is attending Illinois State University, Normal. Her fiance, a gnaduate of Warren High School, is attending Spoon River Junior College in Canton. The couple is planning a July 14 wedding at the First Christian Church, Galesburg. Friends and relatives are invited to the 7:30 p. m. ceremony and reception to follow in the church social hall. Miss Frances Smith 4 Prints by nine Indiana University art students have been selected by the U.S. Information Agency for the permanent collections of American Embassies in countries all over the world. Among the students whose works were chosen is Berry Klingman, 620 N. Cedar St. Ten impressions of each selected print have been sent to the U.S.I.A. by Prof. Marvin S. Lowe, graphic arts expert of the I.U. fine arts faculty. The prints, along with others by students in nine other major American universities, then will be permanently displayed in the embassies in such cities as Hong Kong, Saigon, Bangkok, Berne, Helsinki, Vienna, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv, Beirut, Lima, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Oslo, and several African cities. Jf eaianA ecewe 2> onori Colorado State University has announced that 1,739 sen- and graduate students jors ana graduate were awarded degrees at spring commencement exercises June 1. Among them are Barb Eichhorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichhorn, 3363 Windsor CI., bachelor of arts degree in social work. Miss !'-':chhorn was graduated with distinction. Also, Meridith A. Jobe, 251 W. South St. •4 Bradley University con- than 650 degrees May 20 at commencement exercises in Peoria. Among them are William D, GouJd, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. William Gould, R.R. 3, bachelor of science in business management and administration; Susan L. Hardine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hardine, 548 Scotch Elm Lane, bachelor of science in education, and Carol A. Mower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mower, 458 Knollcr-est Dr., bachelor of education. science in Barbara Schiele, daughter r t '4 r f Teen-age Sewing Course Girls 10 to 18 Make a dress and learn to sew this vacation. 8-2#hr, lessons, 17.50 (only 980 hr.) reference guide included with course. Enter Stylemaker Sewing Contest Prizes galore—$15,000 in cash 72 sewing machines and 2400 pendant watches. Phone or Visit your Singer Sewing Center and Register now! 11! I. MAIN 343-5019 GAIKBURG, III. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schiele, 928 Dayton Drive, is a June graduate of the University of Washington, Seattle. She received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. Marilyn S. Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pfister, 34H E. Fremont St., and a graduating senior at Lincoln Collage, Lincoln, was the winner of the Adelia Neibuhr Stickel award for outstanding achievement in English at Honors Day Assembly May 5. Carol Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David T. RoJ> inson, 1040 N. Prairie St., was awarded a bachelor of arts degree from Colorado College, Colorado Springs, at commencement exercises May 30. Miss Robinson is employed al The Colorado Music Hall in Denver. Edward Wolf sies Inc Galesburg Only Authorized WH & ELNA drum, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meldrum, 1497 Willard St., was graduated with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Mo. Mrs. Meldrum's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Less Little, Canton, Mo. She was graduated with a straight A average. Area Students Janis Lynn Wright, daughter of Mrs. Shirley H. Wright of Knoxville, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree at awnmenceinent exercises May 27 at Illinois College, Jacksonville, Miss Wright received Final Academic Honors. Mr, mi Mrs. Edward Peacock were among 2,000 gradu- &'«s to receive their degrees Jun<* 2 at Northern lUirws University in De Kalb. Pea- ox'k, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Peacock, Aitona, was graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts in foreign languages. Mrs. Peacock, the former Marcella Spring, daughter of Mr. and Mns. K. J. Spring, Jtio, received a bachelor of science in nursing. Father's Day this Sunday is a perfect time dish — sure to please, as chicken is always a favorite. Elegantly simple is Rock Cornish Game Hens with Cidef Sauce. Dad will never guess that the elusive little special flavor in the sauce is plain old sweet cidef. While the game hens are roasting, make the simple cornstarch sauce with cider and chicken bouillon. There'll be no need to* worry about lumping or seasoning. Or, delight Father with Chicken a la Francais, a delicious combination of chicken and pineapple. The superb it t I % cup cider 2 drops tabasco , Salt to taste Melt butter. Stir in cornstarch. Stir in bouillon. Heat and stir to boiling point. Add cider. Stir and heat to boiling and 1 minute after. Add tabas­ co. Taste for seasoning. Serve with rock cornish game hens. Yield: About 2 cups. Lemon Barbecued Chicken 1 3-pound chicken, split Vz cup salad oil V\ cup lemon juice x k cup dry vermcubh % teaspoon garlic powder % teaspoon pregano leaves 3 /4 teaspoicn monosodium glutamate Vs -teaspoon coarse grind black pepper VA teaspoon salt Wash chicken halves; pat dry. Combine remaining ingredients. Pour marinade over chicken in a shadow baking dish. Marinate 4 to 5 hours, turning often. Broil 5 to 6 inches from eoa&s 45 minutes, turning" every 15 minutes. Baste with remaining marinade during cooking. Makes 2 to 4 servings. To broil: Cook"5 to 6 inches from heat 45 minutes, turning every 15 minutes. Baste with marinade during cooking. Asparagus Casserole 2 l(k>umce packages, frozen, cut asparagus 2 4-ounoe cans button mushrooms 1 10%-ounce can condensed cream of asparagus soup '% cup milk 1 teaspoon instant minced onion % teaspoon all purpose seasoning . % teaspoon mace VB teaspoon) Wack pepper 1 tablespoon parsley . flakes % cup (2 ounces) shredded Minister cheese Vz cup line dry bread crumbs Cook asparagus following (package directions. Drain. Drain mushrooms, reserving Vz cup of the 1 i q u i d. In a saucepan combine mushroom (liquid, asparagus soup, milk, minced onion, % teaspoon of the -all purpose seasoning, mace, pepper, parsley flakes and V4 oup of the cheese, Stfe to mix well Heat until cheese is melted. Put asparagus and mush- A 4 rooms into a shallow 2-quart casserole. Pour soup mixture over vegetables. Mix remaining % cup cheese with bread crumbs and remaining V* tea spoon all purpose seasoning. Sprinkle over top of asparagus mixture. Bake in 425° F. oven 15 minutes. Makes 5 cups. Chicken a La Francais 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2Vz to 3-pound chicken, cut into serving pieces % teaspoon salt YB teaspoon pepper 1 can (20 oz.) pineapple chunks, drained (reserve syrup) Vz cup bottled chunky blue cheese dressing 2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons water In large skillet, melt butter; add chicken, sprinkle with sajt and pepper, then brown. To reserved pineapple syrup, add enough water to make 1% cu ps. Combine liquid with chunky blue cheese dressing and pour over chicken. In small bowl, blend cornstarch and water; gradually Congressman Robert H. Michel (R-Ill.) is shown with John Pepmeyer of Galesburg who is working in the Congressman's Washington office 1 th's summer after hdntf selected to participate in the Congressional Summer Intern Program which annually draws applications from college age youngsters throughout the 18th Congressional District of Illinois. Pepmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Pe^meyer, 426 Hawkinson Avenue, is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and will enter law school in September. Wedding Will Be no James T. Relief WRC Shields 121 Woman's to SEWING MACHINE J M'ss Jena Duckw'ler Donald D. Underwood, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected Saturday, June 23, as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Friendn and f'Jif invited to (he - pi ' ft \*i follow Corps 121 Auxiliary jfhe Grand, Army of the Repub- !'c w:ll meet Thursday at 1:30 n .m. n the Eagles clubroom.i and Social hour will follow. (Continued on Page 10) i Board Convenes The children of the Louise T. Harrington Home have had several outings during the past month as reported by Larry CoJlwell at the May meeting of the Board of Management Tuesday morning at the home. The EI Bon Shrine hosted < a trip to the circus in Peoria and several children were taken to Ch)cago for a trip. On Mondays the children are guests at the pool at Holiday Inn through the courtesy of Bill Holliday. The board acknowledges the ollowing gifts for May: Sears, Martie's Pizza, Brown Specialty, Knox College, Kathy Palmer, Richard Arnold, Sue Lang, S£ ralc L »* Bow f n » Congregational Church, Mrs. Joe Peak, Mrs, W. A. Heaton, Veronica Peoples, Mrs. Joan Kellogg. xn Al f°i ^ ri ?; Pete B oynton, Miss Virginia Hellenga, Mrs. peter Boh- an ' f ir # Lu theran Church, Covenant Women's Church, Mr, and Mrs. Robert C. O'Connor, George Whiteside. Also, J. B, Bjorkman, Mrs. Shannon, Percy Whipple, Mrs. Robert lions, Henderson Grove Junior Woman's Club, J. C, Coffey. David Graflunri w. A. Cole, Mrs. Neff, KHJSSCS, Community Reception for Mnjor Storey, Mrs. Mike Harsh- hfirger, Mrs. William Ifoerner, galesburg Exchange Club, Bob Schmidt, Gale Products, Mrs. Mary Johnson. Also, Mrs. Al Christiansen, Mrs, Charles Potter, Miss Mavis Meadows North ChUUcothe Missionary Baptist Church, Bud Reynolds, Louis Zeides, John Anderson Abingdon Christian Church. p I Mrs, WHO MOST To STEIN'S For FATHERS BIRTHSTONE TIE LESLIE'S LET'S GO o Mr a fid ,VJ /HVH A. iwkmU-r t IHiU M'Ma ;U*r Ave., hud her UmcM v. the nun <>i Mr und Mr*. Uoffw Wulker o/> KfMy f\\e. T * 7 50 Including All Stones /.'a Stein & K <ra'' JEWElRY DEPT. m fc\ MAIN ST. Downtown (jaletburg

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