Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
Page 28
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i Golesburi ister-Moif, Golesbur Wednesda Missourian Visits at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR Larry Smith of Gibbon, Mo M was a weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoenbein. Attend Wedding Friends from New Windsor who attended the Sunday afternoon wedding of Roger Schoen- bcin and Sharon Poole of Princcville at the Methodist Church at Princevillc were Mrs. Corwin Bopp, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, Mr* and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernum Wildermuth and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Peterson and family, Mrs. Alma Vanstrom, Arthur Vanstrom, Mrs. Edwin Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gummerson, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baraks and Vickie Green. Juniors Meet Gloria Brown was hostess to the Presbyterian Junior Missionary Society Oct. 12 when the group met at the Christian Education Building. The lesson on India was in charge of Lorna Hickok. A book entitled "The Golden Coin" was presented to the group by Mrs. Donald Crawford. BEAUTY SALON BALCONY 343-2M2 Sure to Win Approval Of the Family A cake-like pudding for dessert! If there's any left over, send it along in a lunch box. Meat Loaf Potatoes MISS CLAIROL/ COLOR is so natural looking no one can tell... do! Cauliflower With Cheese Sauce Salad Bowl Bread Tray Prune-Almond Pudding Beverage Prune-Almond Pudding 1 1 cup sifted flour Vs teaspoon salt % teaspoon baking soda 3 tablespoons butter Vz cup sugar 1 large egg, separated 1-3 cup prune juice x h cup pitted chopped lightly- cooked prunes V\ cup slivered blanched almonds Sift together the flour, salt and baking soda. Cream butter and sugar; beat in egg yolk thoroughly. Add the flour mixture in three additions alternately with the prune juice, stirring just until smooth after each addition. Stir in prunes and almonds. Beat egg white until stiff and fold in. Pour into an 8 by 8 by 2 inch buttered cake pan; bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven 25 to 30 minutes or until cake tester inserted comes out clean. Cut in squares in pan and serve hot with a lemon or other pudding sauce. If you're fust a shade away from loveliness . . . fet one of our experts give you Miss Clairol! Covers gray completely. Then imagine your hair- alive with young color, and shining, shining! Why wait another minute? Make an appointment today! •soft. Miss Clairol Retouch $4.50 and up NOW.. QUALITY 10.00 QUIXIE COLD WAVE complete Alexisan Heads PTA District The 46th annual conference of District 4 of PTA was held Oct. 8 at Aledo High School, with 126 representatives from Mercer, Warren, Knox, Henderson and Stark counties attending. District director, Mrs. Robert Purlee, introduced her district board members, C. H. Thoman, Mercer County superintendent of schools, and George Pratt, principal of Aledo High School. Dr. Milton Litterest, first vice president of ICPT, gave the keynote address, "PTA a Force for the Future." Round-table conferences were conducted by Dr. Litterest and council delegates. Community singing was led by Charles Brooks of Monmouth. Mrs. Robert Purlee of Alexis was elected district director and will be installed at the state convention in April. Galesburg will host the 1964 conference. No Appointment Necessary • Use Your Charge Account READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 8 A.M. BERRIEN and CHAMBERS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 P.M. • All •/ GALLON JUG Ml LK d «p •>-A AAC Bortlow Ready to Eat AlVlj Whole Hams (12 to 16 lb.) lb BUTT HA" - "> SHANK HAi -r ib CENTEJLSLICES PORK CHOPS Center Cuts Ib. i ARE RIBS Lean ' Me °*y Lbs GROUND BffiTW - - AUSAGE M ° de ,bs WIENERS"™ £. . PORK ROASTS » fi--- * TOMATOES "°°" WN PUMPKINS — All Sizes —- SQUASH INDIAN CORN and GOARDS 1.00 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities IF YOU CANT FIND IT ELSEWHERE — TRY JERRY'S FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY on $3.00 or More Order. twist, it's twist it's • 1963 Interstate Bakeries Corp.

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