Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 31
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 31

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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Hungry Boy's Casserole Bake 425 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Serves 6 to 8. Ingredients: 1 lb. ground beef 1 cup sliced celery % cup chopped onion % cup chopped green pepper 1 clove garlic, minced VA cup water 3 A cup or 1-6 oz. can tomato paste % teaspoon salt I teaspoon paprika *A teaspoon monosodium gluti- niate II lb; can pork & beans (undrained) 1 1 lb. can chick peas or lima beans (undrained) Biscuits: VA cups flour 2 teaspoons double acting .; baking powder % teaspoon salt Vi cup shortening 1 egg Milk' 1 tablespoon cooking oil Vz cup sliced pimento stuffed olives % cup blanched slivered almonds Vz teaspoon paprika Saute in a larger skillet the ground beef, celery, onion, green pepper and garlic. Cook until vegetables are tender, drain and add water, tomatoes, salt, paprika and monosodium glutemate. Simmer for 5 minutes. Reserve LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS SLOAN'S DECOR CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 WINS P5,m - Mri. Koman Wflliko, * Detroit housewife, won • |85,(H» prite at Beverly Mills, Calif. Tuesday over 91 ether contestants Ifl the Mils* bury's ISth Grand National Bake-Off. Iter prtte • winning dish was called "Hungry Boys Casserole," containing hamburger and beans. Other winners included: Mrs. Donald SchimJelhelr, Beloit, Wis., whose peanut buttery puffs brought her $2,000 and a second pri*e, and Mrs. Kenneth C. Johnson, St. Louis, third, and an award of $1,500 for her Venetian veal pie. UNIFAX Golesburg Register-Moil, Golcsburg, 111. Wednesday, Sept. 1 B, J 963-31 cup of mixture for biscuits. Add beans or peas. Turn into 12x8 or 13x9 inch baking pan. Biscuits: Sift flour with baking powder and salt into mixing bowl. Cut in shortening until particles are fine. Combine egg and enough milk to make V> cup. Add to the flour mixture and stir until dough clings together. Knead on lightly floured board 12 times. Roll on lightly floured wax paper to a 12x9 rectangle. Brush with oil. Combine ollives, almonds, paprika and the reserved meat mixture. Spread over dough. Roll up starting with 12 inch side. Seal edges and cut into 1 inch pieces. Place on meat mixture. Bake at 425 degrees for 25 or 30 minutes until golden brown. Heal Thyself ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) - An efficiency expert hired to make a "management" study at a local office somehow didn't seem the right man for the job. First of all, he didn't appear on the day originally scheduled. Then he announced that he would begin his work at 9 a.m. on the day his study was rescheduled, but he called at 11 a.m. that day to report he would be in at 11:30 a.m. HUH Oneicla Club Shelter Is Improved ONEIDA-Painting of the Lions Club Shelter was finished at the last work night held by the club. Glen Moore and Jim Pogue have been busy in their spare time lettering the street markers and report the project completed. Oneida Briefs The semiannual cafeteria supper will be,held Sept. 19 at the Oneida Methodist Church. Scrv ing will begin at 5:30 p.m. Cochairmen are Mrs. Ward Rowc and Mrs. Frank Tracy. Mrs. Jinby Foster left Tuesday for San Francisco. Calif, and will remain for a month. Miss Vicki Adams returned to her training at Moline Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Adams and Pam. Miss Martha Asplund accompanied her niece and nephew. Laura and Jimmy Johnson to their new homo in Prairie Village, Kan. last Wednesday. She returned home Saturday and left Monday for Augusta na where she Is a senior. Mrs. Floyd Rylander has returned to her home from the University Hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Nan Anderson, Mrs. Acnes Lingwall, Mrs. Jesse Kerr, Mrs. Lillie Welch, Mrs. Tola Holmes and Mrs. Delia Youngquist and Eric attended a hamburger fry Thursday at Lincoln Park in Galesburg. Mrs. Jesse Kerr was in Alexis Sunday at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Willett, to celebrate the seventh birthday of her grandson, Danny Willett. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Johnson, Kathy and Kris and Del Johnson Sunday attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Tones of Oatva. Rex and Mrs. Jones are cousins, Miss Marlene Trout Is a patient in Moline Public Hospital where she underwent major surgery Thursday. She is reported re* covering satisfactorily. Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs, Warren Pelton of Wntaga were Mildred Swanson of Rock Island, Mrs. Marie Harris and Judy of Oales- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pelton, Tlmmy and Bobble of Oneida and Spencer Peterson and Bill Pelton of Wataga. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom returned from a vacation at Willow Springs, Mo. where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson. Eager Fish DALLAS, Tex. <AP> - William Kortemier wasn't fishing but he caught a fish anyhow. During a sevcro storm he went to a boat club to move a sailboat to a safer mooring. While he was paddling to the new mooring a five-pound bass leaped into the boat. Sardines Make Hearty Friday Fare Hot Tomatd Broth Sardine Sandwich Plate Fruit Beverage Sardine Sandwich Plate 1 can (.1% ounces) bristling sardines •A cup minced green pepper 3 tablespoons pickle relish 1 tablespoon minced parsley 2 teaspoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon minced onion or shallot 6 thin slices protein or other bread Salad greens and cucumber Lift sardines from oil; mash finp, mixing in green pepper, pickle relish, parsley, lemon juice and onion. Toast bread; spread with sardine mixture for open sandwiches; cut into triangles. Serve with salad greens and sliced cucumber. Makes 4 servings, VA slices per portion. READ THE WANT ADS! •AD CORRECTION' CALIFORNIA TEMPO Faihlonabl* Walnul Back* ground. Choic* of beigt, blu», ytllow gold, Ttrra-Colto, 5 piece PLACE SETTING 5" WOODLAND OOIO •Ich ihadat of cocoa, gold and) fcurnt ilanna artfully crofttdj In univanal ihapqi, ^, 5 piece PLACE SETTING 525 Regular $8.95 Value Regular $9.05 Value Doyles Gift Shop 319 E. MAIN STREET NNOU NCI Ni LOWER FOOD PRICES AT... 1^ STOK ELY'S PEACHES HALVES OR SLICED With 10c Coupon on Page 32 2Vz TIN Country's Delight Frozen PEAS 10-oz. Pkg NO. 1-931 SOUTH SEMINARY STREET NO. 2 - GRAND AVENUE AT MICHIGAN OPEN SUNDAYS - 9 to 1, 4 to 7 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY. Church's Butter 1 Lb. Roll 59 Hills Bros. Coffee 2 Lb. Tin $ 1 09 Country's Delight Froien Breaded ,20-oz. Pkg. 99c Certified Red Label PEAS 303 Tin.. 2. 29c SYRUP 49X w3*Crffa.3ft*U9 MILNOT - 10c U. S. GOV'T INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS BROIL or B-B-Q BEEF SHORT STEAK Certified Red Label Green Bean Colored (Solid Pound) OLEO 303 Tin 2 8 c lb Lb. MORRELL'S ALL MEAT WIENERS LI. 3 IBS. $110 MULBERRY SLICED BACON 2 5 9 C Roth's Canned *>J «JQ PICNICS «l Tin I • f M LONGHORN itkm CHEESE ib. *I#C Morrell's All Meat BOLOGNA «„ JjC U.S. GOOD BEEF LEAN BONELESS POT ROAST ib 49C BEEF STEW >„ 59c I«.P.H.I s, and LEAN FRESH ICE CREAM Vz HAMBURGER » 49< 3$1.25 YOUNG TENDER SWISS BEEF LIVER .„ 39* CHEESE »69* lbs. Gal. On. 25c 5 1.00 59c Nabisco Graham Crackers Lb. Pkg. RED POTATOES 20-ib. Bag PEPPERS 3 Acorn SQUASH for 10c Supreme PEANUT BRITTLE CRISP «, Three Diamond Fancy Whole OYSTERS 8.0?. Tin.-. Gerber Strained Baby Foods Household Delight CLEANSER Reg. Jar Reg. Tin Household Delight Pink Lotion —lech 10c DETERGENT 39c 49c ^ for l 6 - 59c 3 ^r 29c 49c }

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