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10 Gajegbura Regjster'Mafl, Galesbura, III. Wednesday, June 13, 1973 Future Brides The engagement of M<« Patricia Geetf' «al 90S W. Martin St., Abingdon, to Samuel Ruhm- feld, 605 Maple St., Ahingd n, 3s announced .today. The brid<»- eleet is the daughter of Mr, nnrl Mrs. Donald Geef of Peoria and iher fiance Ss the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubinfeld of Abingdon. 'Miss Geef, a graduate of Peoria High School and BnadV\ University, teaches Spanish nt J' 1 ' 11 '' 11 ' 1 the Abingdon High School. Mr Rubinifetd, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended Western Illinois University. He is a registered sanitarian and chemist for the City of Abingdon. An Aug. 5 wedding is being planned. Announcements WIDOWS CLUB The Widows Club will meet for a picnic potluck at the Community Room of the Home Sav* ings and Loan Association Friday at 6 p.m. Those attending are being asked to bring food, table service and gift. > Mr. and Mrs. John Hoots, Avon, and John Wells, 357 Locust St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of 'their daughter, Crystal Lee, to Gerald Lee McCaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McOaw Alexis. The bride-elect and her fiance are graduates of Alexis High School and both are employed by Admiral Corp. Vows will be exchanged Oct. 20 at the North Henderson Lutheran Church. Miss Crystal Wells Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Swanson of near Gilson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of the daughter, Vicki Nell, to Thomas Daniel Walker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Walker, 782 S. Market St., Knoxville. The bride-elect and her fiance, graduates of Knoxville High School, attend Carl Sandburg College. Miss Swanson is employed at the Flavor Freeze and Mr. Walker at Ron's Super Valu. A December wedding is being planned. Miss Vicki Swanson W1LMOT REUNION The annual Wilmot family reunion will be held on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swanson of Oneida. Turn left at the first crossroad on U.S. Highway 34 after leaving Oneidia. The Swanson home as the first farm on the left side of the road. LAKE BRACKEN SWIM TEAM Any Lake Bracken girl, nine to 14 years old, with strong swimming ability, is invited to participate in rehearsals for a ynchronked swim show July 4 at Lake Bracken. Practices will be held each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the lake. Mrs. G. R. Flanagan is the instructor. Girls may come this Thursday to rehearse. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is wood collages by Phyllis Stringer. The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The hostesses are Mrs. Verne Dowers, Mrs. Alma Sundquist and Mrs. Murray Baylor. EMMANUEL METHODIST WOMEN Emmanuel United Methodist Women will meet at the home of Mrs. Dale B. Johnson, 766 Warren St., Thursday at 9:30 a m. Mrs. Bertha Johnston will conduct devotions and Miss Cathy Pilcher will give the program on her trip to Europe. Mrs. Harry Suydam will assist Mrs. Johnson during the social hour. Delight Father- (Continued From Page 8) stir into chicken; cover chicken, simmer 35 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add pineapple; simmer an additional 10 minutes. Makes about 4 servings, sauce, easily made with a convenient bottled chunky blue cheese dressing, gives the dish its outstanding taste. Or, delight Father with Chicken a la Francais, a delicious combination of chicken and pineapple. New in Books • « * Teen Shelf •.. '"The summe* Before' tricia Windsor; pub., and How; ages 12 up. 1 by t *a- Harper The nightmares started when Alexandra woke up in the hos> pital after the accident. Later they moved her to a sanitarium. Now, at Bast,- she was back liome, though still in therapy with Dr. Kovallk. But the nightmares about Bradley continued. Her parents were forever watching her, watching her. And a school friend whom she had never liteed that much became, annoyingly, a kind of bafoy-sit- ter for her outings. It was because their parents had feared that Bradley and Alexandra were getting involved sexually that they had tried to separate them that summer. Outraged, Bradley decided to run away to a commune, and Alexandra insisted on going with him. Yet if she had not gone, would there have been the car crash? Would Bradley still be alive? Only in her journal was Alexandra able to express the terrors of her nightmare world— and also the many beautiful things Bradley had made her see and feel. And it was through this journal, finally, that Alexandra was able to emerge slowly, painfully from her isolation. The breakdown of a young girl, Sausage Lovers Will Appreciate This Cookbook Food connoisseurs, as well as everyday eooks, wilt appreciate a truly different and useful book, "All About Sausage," now available from Oscar Mayer & Co. The 96-page, hard-cover volume has pages of parchment and color photos throughout. The book contains over 300 original recedpes using sausages and smoked meats. It also gives the history and romance of the sausage products as weH as the "personalities" of the many varieties of sausage.and smoked meats — tow they're made, what they're made of, and how they can be used. It tells about buying and storing meat products, counting calories and measuring nubritiousiness. It's full of hints and tips ... yesterday ... and today. The way of life nearly a hundred years ago, represented in Circa', 1883, gives sample Bills otf Fare, how-to hints, a view of manners and other handy helps Poems, proverbs and whimsy are scattered throughout. For information about ordering the book, call the woman's department of the Register- Mail. Book & ecewei d at ike ^Library The MOIWlftg brji &feshave beeft ,Bl* ^ady, by Mollte amen. Pre-imer-1073. House Beautiful House* received ttt the GM&sbufg Put*K° rl <L**^LXf™ S°hJ lie Library,- according to Mfs. |heflc1, ™ 6 Ar * Explos,on - ed - hv Warren Mo»is, librarian. t ICTIOM , Babe Ruth Caught In A Snow, storm, by John Graham. Cinder eltd Liberty, by Darryl Poniesan. The World Of Apples, by John Cheever. Sadie Shapiros Knitting Boole, by Robert, smith. A Cbld Front, by Bridget Everitt. Murder In Focus, by Dorothy Dunnett. Janus, by Robert Leigh James. Storm Of Fortune, by Austin Clarke. Borrower Of The Night, by Elizabeth Peters. The Sweat Of Fear, by Robert Dennis, Alone Atop The Mountain, by Samuel Sandmel. NOW-FICTION Rod Layer's Tennis Digest. F.D.R. Memoirs, by Bernard Asbell. Narc: The Adventures Of A Federal Agent, by MelvJn Hanks. Divas, by Winthrop Sargeant. 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