Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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Star Spanated ^Jauorited . . . Spirited Sandwich, wnawicheA GAL15SBURG, ILL., WED., JUNE 27, 11)73 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 Czuba-McVey Vows Pledged in Chicago Miss Kristina Czuba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Czuba Sr., Chicago, and Robert McVcy, son of Mr. and Mrs Alvin McVey, 841 E. Davis St., exchanged wedding promises June 9 at St. Sympharosa Church, Chicago. Rev. Maniola read the ceremony for the couple at 1 p. m The bride, selected an Empire gown of Alonzo lace and beads, fashioned with long sieeves and a detachable train. Her waist4ength four-tier illusion veiling was caught to a lace band. She carried a bouquet of pressed gladiola petals, yellow daisies, white roses and gypsophila. Attendants Miss Mary Lee Didler, Prairie View, was maid of honor, and Miss Anne Vilufcis, Frankfort, and Miss Debbie McVey, the bridegroom's sister, were bridesmaids. Jerry McVey was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Glenn McVey, the bridegroom's brother, and Walter Czuba, Chicago, brother of the bride. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at Harmony Hall in Chicago. Mrs. McVey, a graduate of Kennedy High School, Chicago, will be a senior at Illinois State University, Bloomington, in the fall where she is an elementary education major. Her husband, a graduate of Abingdon High School will be a senior at ISU with a major in Business Administration. The couple reside in Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McVey (Miss Kristina Czuba) anted jiBWjt n lAJoman tlte eat* Mrs. Blanche Young was voted Woman of the Year by Galahois Chapter of the American Business Women's Association at the chapter's meeting on Tuesday evening at the Holl day Inn. Annually, each ABWA chapter selects one of its members for this award. Selection is based The Fourth of July Is a very special Yankee Doodle time. Of all the significant dates through the almost two centuries of the country's growth that have become public holidays, this is the most significant of all, marking the adoption of the Declaration of Independence 197 years ago. At first, the anniversary observance had religious overtones. Then patriotic oratory and parades took over. The Fourth is still parade time in many communities with bunting and bands. And after the public festivities, the private thoughts of many families turn to picnics. Heading the list of special foods for the holiday Is the AH-Amcrican favorite, sandwiches. What better way to celebrate Fourth of July, 1973, than with a spirited sandwich bowl made with a large loaf of bread and delicious fillings; or fashionable fjngcr foods including chicken burgers, chicken tacos and chicken souvlaki, the Greek specialty served in pita bread, or hot dog rolls. This coast-to-coast menu underscores the American reality that began with Independence Day, so many, many years ago. All-American Spirited Sandwiches and Blackberry Pitcher Chicken Burgers, Chicken Tacos, and Chicken Souvlaki on the achievements of the member in her chosen field reflecting her educational background and other areas of interest; including community and character building. Mrs. Young, active in the insurance field, is office and credit manager for Graham- Dredge and Clifford Anderson Agencies. Mrs. Young will represent Galanois Chapter in the competition for the national title of "American Business Woman of the Year." Announcement of the winner will be made at the association's National Convention scheduled for Oct, 12-14 in Las Vegas, Nev. Speaker at the meeting was Fred Nyman of Nyman Jewelers. Mr. Nyman gave a brief history of his firm explaining that his was the fourth generation to run the business. He showed various pieces of silver, pewter, ceramics, crystal, and also timepieces. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Daniel Carmody, president. Vocational speaker was Mrs. Dale Johnson. Mrs. Young was .also elected as the delegate to the National Convention in Las Vegas. Mrs. Carmody will be the alternate. ICE CREAM SOCIAL Moon Tower Tenants HELD AT THE TOWERS THURS,, JUNE 28 5-8 p.m. Ice Cream It Cake or Pi« 40c — Cofftt 10c. Silver Rims Motorcycle Club Has Fun Day The Silver Rims Motorcycle Ciub held a Fun Day Sunday near Abingdon. Members of the Galesburg Motorcycle Club were guests for the day of games and potluck dinner. Edd Smith, club referee, umpired 'the ten events of the day. Women's winners were first, Mrs. Wayne Tabb; second, Mrs. Don Baker; third, Miss Suzie Dennis and fourth, Mrs. Helen MelAon. Men's high score was won by Wayne Tabb; second, Don Baker; third, John Shotts, and fourth, Duane Shotts. Honorable mentions were given Roger Sears, LeRoy Melton, Roger Hcrton and Mr. and Mrs. Links. Just in time for Independence Day comes a spirited idea that gives everyone time off. Whether you're guest or hostess, make an edible x sandwich • bowl your contribution to the partly — followed by a red, white and blue cooler. A sandwich bowl can be achieved by carving out the center of a loaf of bread and then creating tiny sandwiches out of the crustless bread. Be creative with your fillings. You can make a.quartet of 'failings that will keep economy in mind, but taste as if they're beyond any budget when you've given them a little gpirit. The patriotic .pitcher is really red, white and blue. Blackberry cordial stirred with bitter lemon makes an unexpected comibinar tion and a great refresher. Garnish with lemon slices and strawberries. Finger food is half the fun of a party. The good news is that with helpful chicken, you can make the latest fashions in finger foods right in your own kitchen. Chicken Burgers, Tacos and Souvlaki, a Greek delicacy, are delectable snacks for a summer holiday. All-American Spirited Sandwiches To create sandwich "bowl," use round loaf of Russian black bread, Ukrainian rye, pumpernickel or use standard loaf. Cut off and reserve a thirl slice from tiop. Cut out a cylinder if using round bread, and oblong block if using loaf, leaving a shell Vz inch thick. Reserve ©hell and cut removed portion into thin slices to make sandwiches using any of the following fillings: Banana Daiquiri Spread V banana,, mashed Vi cup peanut butter 1 tablespoon rum 1 'teaspoon lemon juice Combine ailil ingredients and mix well. Makes about 1 cup. Orange Blossom Filling Vz cup cream cheese Vi cup orange marmalade 1 teaspoon minced onion 1 tablespoon gin Have oream cheese at room temperature. Cream with marmalade and remaining ingredients until fluffy. ' Chill until ready to spread. Makes about % cup. Spirited Chicken Filling 1 cup ground cooked chicken VA cup minced apple 2 tablespoons chapped toasted almonds' Vi cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon brandy or other liquor Combine all ingredients and mix well. Makes about 1 cup. Mariner's Grog Salmon Filling 1 can (7oz.) salmon, drained and flaked 1 tablespoon minced onion 2 tablespoons rninced celery % cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon minced parsley Squeeze lemon juice Dash grenadine 1 tablespoon light rum Combine all ingredients; mix well. Makes about Vk cups. Suggested Garnishes Black olives, stuffed green olives, mandarin oranges, gherkin slices or banana slices. Blackberry Pitcher % pint blackberry brandy 1 bottle (28 oz.) bitter lemon Lemon slices Strawberry slices Ice cubes Stir all ingredients in a VA quart pitcher. Makes 6 drinks. Chicken Burgers 8 broilerjfryer chicken thighs, boned and skinned 1 teaspoon salt Vz cup barbecue sauce (bottled or favorite recipe) 8 hamburger buns Flatten boned thighs by placing between 2 pieces of waxed paper and pounding with mallet or side of rolling pin. Sprinkle with salt. Place in 13x9x2- inch baking dish. Brush barbecue sauce over chicken. Bake in 400 °F. oven 30 to 35 minutes. Toast split hamburger buns, place a chicken thigh in each bun, and add a little sauce from baking dish. Yield: 8 servings. Chicken Souvlaki 4 broiler-iryer chicken thighs, 'boned and skinned Vi cup butter or margarine • 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon dried leaf oregano 4 pita bread or hot dog rolls 1 cup chapped peeled tomato 1 cup shredded lettuce Cut boned and skinned chicken thighs into 1%-inch cubes. Melt butter in skillet; add chicken cubes, and sprinkle with lemon juice, salt and oregano. Cook over moderately high heat for 5 to 10 minutes, until chicken is tender.. - - ^ -i-i Spoon into pita bread or hot dog rolls and add V\ cup each of tomato and lettuce to each serving. Yield: 4 servings. Chicken Tacos ' 2 tablespoons salad oil 1 onion, chopped Vz green pepper, chopped 2Ms to 3 oups diced cooked chicken (from Simmered Chicken*) V /z teaspoons salt Ya teaspoon pepper , V/2 teaspoons chili powder Future Bride. GRACE CHURCH The Grace Episcopal Church Vacation Bible School is ending its two-week school with a picnic and program Friday at 1 p.m. Ail friends and members of the church are invited. Phone 342-4910 ^Jt )ottie <JLee d BEAUTY SERVICE 3 Weinberg Arcade I Main Floor Galesburg, III. "Professional Cure U Ik at fur lUh" Miss Lona Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Dale Robison, Prairie City, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Curtis, Bushnell, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lona Charlenc Curtis, to Terry W. Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johns, Avon. The bride-elect is a student at Bushnell-Prairie City High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Avon High School, is employed at Briggs Manufacturing, Inc., Abingdon. A late summer wedding is being planned. Will Exchange Wedding Vows The wedding of Miss Ramona llaimrnerlc! of Laura and Terry Wilcoxen of Farming ton will take place on Saturday at 7 p.m. ut the J'rinceville United Methodist Church. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow in the church hull. ^Jlhoat jf ^eopie and jf ^ic eop\ all over the globe, asked probing questions and were extreme ly thrilled that their questions were answered with frankness and honesty. Received Scholarship The congressional seminar, sponsored by Washington Workshops, attracts junior and senior high school students who plan to major in political science or foreign diplomacy in college. Peter was the recipient of a scholarship to attend the seminar and was asked by Leo Tonkin, the director, to stay on as a counselor this simmer. However, Peter returned to Galesburg as he is making plans to attend college in the fall as a political science and pre-law major. The workshop, held at Mt. Vernon College, Georgetown, is a non-profit organization offering specialized study in the nation's capital. All the participants divide into committees, Peter was on the foreign affairs committee, then prepare and submit a bill to the body as a whole. His committee drafted a bill ordering the President to halt the bombing immediately in Cambodia and sever friendly relations with Israel and take up ties with the Arab countries in the interest of the energy crisis. However, eter thought the bills were worded rather strongly — that Eastern liberal influence again, he exclaimed. Hears Bridges One of the most exciting sessions of the week for Peter was hearing Jack H. Bridges, en- Ihe Alexis United PresbyterianU'rgy specialist with Uie congres- Church. 'sicnal joint committee on All friends and relatives are acei After a whirlwind tour of Washington rubbing shoulders with Senator Ted Kennedy and Leonid Brezhnev, general secretary of the Communist Party, Peter Anderson returned home Sunday with his treasures, a plastic spider appropriately named the Watergate Bug from the famous landmark's dining room, and a sprig of grass with Russian dust on it, since Brezh­ nev had stepped on it as he was reviewing the troops on ifche White House lawn, right in front of Peter. Peter, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, 1606 N, Kellogg St., spent a week in Washington with 150 other students as participants in a seminar designed to provide the students with an effective parliamentary structure for the orderly exchange of ideas and information. What an exchange it was, too, Peter stated. The sons of East- liberals who had been to prep schools asked such lon^ four-part questions, the senators they were querying couldn't remember all the question. Other students, Americans from Couple Selects Wedding Dale Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Reeves, Alexis, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia, to Douglas Dun baa', son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dim- bar, Henderson. The couple has selected July / ; as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7 p.m. at has used more gasoline and crude oil in the past three years than in the previous history of mankind. He feels the only solutions are solar energy or the Alaska pipeline. Peter got to meet and see many senators while he was in Washington, including Senator Charles Percy and Senator Ad lai Stevenson. Once, he rode in the same elevator with Senator George McGovern and the elevator rocked with laughter when three tourists asked him if he was the senator from Minnesota — Humphrey. Dryly, McGovern said, "No, I'm the one who ran against the President in the LAST election." Everyone just cracked up, Peter said. In a congressional hall one day, Peter heard a group of women sighing and giggling and he knew it could be over none other than Teddy Kennedy. So Peter rushed over, got in line and shook the Massachusetts senator's hand. Of course, it wasn't ail work. Peter and the group went to the Kennedy Center for the presentation of The Student Prince, toured Arlington National Cemetery, Mt. Vernon and the Washington Monument. One thing that really im- invited to attend the ceremony and reception to follow in the church parlors. atomic energy speak about the need for a quick solution to the energy problem. Mr. Bridges said that the world's population I Wolf sies Inc. Golesburg's Only Authorized WHITE & ELNA SEWING MACHINE Dealer for SALES & SERVICE pressed Peter was the tight security in Washington since Brezhnev was visiting. Everywhere he went he had to produce his social security card and driver's license. Mounted police were everywhere, he said. Between attending receptions for the Ambassador of Great Britain, the Earl of Cromer, and welcoming ceremonies for thei Honorable Leonid Brezhnev at the White House, Peter heard talks from the Joint Chiefs of Staff, secretaries of the commerce and interior, presidential j and congressional assistants, news correspondents, senators and representatives. It was all enough to make Peter want to attend Washington Workshop Two next summer for what Peter describes as a "fantastic learning experience." —By Alice Brockman lean (15 ounces) tomato .,, sauce . . 12 taco shells 1 cup shredded lettuce 1 tomato, chopped Vz cup shredded Cheddar cheese Heat oil in large skillet. Add onion and green pepper and cook until tender. Add chicken, salt, pepper, chili powder and;, tomato sauce; cook uncovered-; over low heait for 30 minutesj'"' stirring occasionally. ;« Spoon hot mixture into tacQ,;'. shells and top with shredded lettuce, chopped tomato and*~-« cheese. Mixture can be made* ahead and reheated. H jjfield: 12 tacos; 6 servings.; •Simmered Chicken - > 1 broiler j fryer chicken (3 pounds), whole or cut- I in serving pieces '«„ 2 caps water 1 small onion, sliced 3 celery tops 1 teaspoon salt .: % teaspoon pepper ; Put chicken in kettle; add • water and remaining ingredf ents. Bring to a boil; cover! tightly. Reduce heat and simmer 1 hour, or until tender. Remove from heat; strain broth. Refrigerate chicken and broth at once. When chicken is cool, remove meat from skin and bones; cut into chunks. Announce Daughter's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Chester; B. Gordon, Ophiem, announce .'^he engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shelia Rae, to Stephen W. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Ne',son, Woodhull. The bride-elect and her fiance are both graduates of AlWood High School and will be seniors at Western Illinois University, Macomb, this fall. Miss Gordon is employed by Petersen Harned Von Maur, Davenport, Iowa, and Mr. Nelson by the Burlington Northern Railroad. A September wedding Is being planned. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5E14 After Six. Lord Weil, Palm Beach Register for Fret. Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Wml Main SI.. Galeiburg To J 5 STEIN'S For Take-Apart INITIAL KEY RINGS ^1 ^ Each Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWEIRY DIPT. m m K. MAIN ST. - - Downtown Galesburg 1

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