Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 18, 1973
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s GALESBURG, ILL., WED., JULY 18,1973 PAGE 11 future Bride Mr, and Mrs. Charles M. 01* son, 731 E. Third St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rosemary, to David Hensley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hensley, Knoxville. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High Sohaol, is employed at Knox County Nursing Home. Her fiance, a graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed at White's Roofing Co. The couple has selected Oct. 27 for their wedding date. Miss Rosemary Olson TOPS Chapter Celebrates 5th Anniversary Mrs. James Greene was; hostess when 34 members of TOPS . IL. 950 met at the Huddle Inn Monday evening to celebrate the chapter's fifth, anniversary. Mrs. Greene reviewed some of the reasons people join TOPS. Mrs. Hugh White. Jr., leader, and Mrs. Kenneth Rutledge, co- leader, presented corsages to Mrs. Harold Stites, the 1972-73 chapter queen and Mrs. Archie Edwards, first runner-up. - Other annual awards presented were charms" for members who had reached their halfway goals, including Mrs. Joe Connors, Mrs. Richard Hendricks, Mrs. Rodney Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Siebolt, Mrs. Edwards, MrS. Clarence Napier, Mrs. Larry Johnson and Mrs. Pearl Denly. Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Stites and Mrs. Siebolt also received awards for reaching their yearly goals. Receive Charms Charms for KOPS of long standing were presented to Mrs. Kenneth Rutledge, four years; Mrs. LaVerne Quails, three years, and Mrs. Tom Fox, two years. Other KOPS receiving awards were Mrs. Patrick Rutledge, Mrs. Stites, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Siebolt and Mrs. Floyd Shelton. Merit certificates were given to division, winners including Mrs. Cary Antoine, first place, second division; Miss Mary Crouse, second place, second division; Mrs. James Greene, first place, third division; Mrs. Siebolt, first place, fourth division; Mrs. Larry Johnson, second place, fourth division, and Mrs. Patrick Rutledge, first place, fifth division. Mrs. Patrick Rutledge, Mrs. Antoine and Mrs. Gale Johnston received charms for being the chapter's 1972 Stork Club members. Ke by 'Dove' Reviewed For Audubon Club Mrs. Alice Hartman of wanee reviewed "Dove" Robin Lee Graham and Derek GJ!1 at Sunday afternoon's meeting of the Audubon Club in the Ccmmuity Room of the Home Savings and Loan Association. The reviewer noted mat the National Geographic originally bi ought out the story in 1965 of the 16-year-old Robin and 11,000 mile voyage around the world. Included in her commentary were descriptions of a "Foot- Mrs. Stites was awarded the J. Hanson, Mrs. Mildred Young Mrs. Congeniality of Chapter II. ren, Mrs. W. D. Englund and Mrs, Wilmer Riggle. During the social hour prizes (Continued on Page 13) Ole Opry and visit Opry Land U.S. A. Prices single $80.00, double $76.00 each, triple $71.00 each. quad. $67.00 each. Reservation deadline Aug. 18th. Phone 342-4856 or 342- 1 - 6715. ($25.00 deposit makes a reser- Mrs. Mary Scott ana Mrs. Dena vation). Air conditioned Trailway 1 Bus. print in Heaven" an island where Robin outrode the worst nurricane of 70 years" in the Samoas, and of the Kiwi bird of New Zealand. Charles Edwards presented a tape recording of birdcalls io conclude the program. Arrangements for the meeting were by Jasper Becker, Elmer Mueggenborg, Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Olinger and Mrs. Clifford Grimes. About People, Places... Dr. and Mrs. John Hoshey and family returned to • their home in Fullerton, Calif., after visiting her mather, Mrs. Mildred Dunn, 75 Aliens Ave., and other relatives and friends recently. Grandmothers Club Has Picnic The Knox County Grandmothers' Club met for a picnic Monday evening at Lake Storey, Mrs. Blanche England, president, conducted the business meeting for the 30 members present. The nominating committee for 1974 was elected. Mrs. J. B. Dossett will serve as chairman; and will be assisted by Mrs. A, Kn£^ committee was chaired by of Mrs. In the Good Old When Sunday afternoon stretched forever, And a balmy summer breeze brought everyofteto the backyard, socializing with the neighbors just came naturally. The old-fashioned ice cream social was a time to cover the picnic table with a colorful cloth, set out the bowls and spoons, and bring out the family ice cream makef. Everyone worked together to Wake the festive treat. Mom prepared the mixture, the children took turns cranking the,machine, and smiling Had stood by . . . ready to add m6re salt, ice and take over When the cranking got difficult. Joyful anticipation ran high as the machine cranked slower and slower. Then out came the dasher—dripping with thick, creamy ice cream—tne prise of the children who giggled with glee as they licked it clean. Waiting for the ice cream \to ripen, grown-ups debated the merits of various flavor combinations-until the ice cream was f-i-n-a-l-l-y ready to eat* Adults joined the children in the mad scramble for first bites of the frozen treat. Great mounds of Country Vanilla, C4d*tfas1iioned Chocolate and Peaches *n' Cream leaped out of the bowls into waiting mouths — tingling tongues with frosty flavor. It's nice to know that the good old days are only a spoonful of homemade ice cream away. Start out the season with everybody's favorite, "Old-Fashioned Chocolate Ice Cream." In the interest of less work for mother, this very easy but super-tasting chocolate ice cream recipe features canned chocolate syrup as the key ingredient. Of course, the real fun of homemade ice cream is in the making. Once you've mastered Country Vanilla and Peaches 'n' Cream, you can Maple Nut your way to Strawberry Banana then on to the ultimate—Tutti-Frutti. It's easy to create a delicious flavoriety of wholesome ice cream venture by imaginatively combining the freshest of nature's ingredients with the basic vanilla recipe. Old-Fashioned Chocolate Ice Cream 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin % cup cold water 1 cup milk % cup sugar Vh, cups (1-pound can) canned chocolate flavored syrup . 2 cups light cream 2 cups whipping cream 2 tablespoons vanilla Soften gelatin in cold water in saucepan. Add milk and sugar, cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until gelatin and sugar are dissolved. Add chocolate syrup; cool. Add creams and vanilla. Freeze in an ice cream freezer according to manufacturer's directions. 2 quarts ice cream. Chocolate-Butter Pecan Variation Saute % cup (3-ounce can) coarsely chopped pecans in 2 tablespoons butter over medium heat for 3 minutes. Add to cooled chocolate mixture just before freezing. , Country Style Vanilla Ice Cream 4 eggs "' ; 2V\ cups sugar 4 cups milk 4 cups whipping cream 2 tablespoons vanilla extract Vz teaspoon salt ; In a large mixing bowl beat eggs until foamy. Gradually add sugar; beat until thickened. Add milk, cream, vanilla and salt, mix thoroughly. Chill. Churn-freeze. Yield: 1 gallon. Note: If you use light cream or half-and-half in place of heavy cream or whipping cream, the ice cream will not be as smooth or fluffly. Peaches V Cream Ice Cream 3 cups mashed fresh peaches or 3 cans (1 lb. each) freestone peaches, drained and mashed. 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice x 4 cups milk 3 cups whipping cream 1% cups sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract % teaspoon almond extract V\ teaspoon salt 2-3 drops red food color When using fresh peaches, sweeten mashed peaches to taste. Combine peaches and lemon juice. In a large bowl combine milk, whipping cream, sugar, vanilla and almond extracts and salt. Add peaches to mixture. Stir in food color. Chill. Churn-freeze. Yield: approx. 1 gallon. Strawberry-Banana Ice Cream '2Vt cups crushed strawberries (about 2 pints) 1 cup pureed ripe bananas (about 2 medium) 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 2 eggs V/i cups sugar 3 cups milk 3 cups whipping cream 1 tablespoon vanilla extract V\ teaspoon salt Sweeten berries to taste. Combine banana puree and lemon juice. In a large mixing bowl beat eggs until foamy. Gradually add sugar; beat until thickened. Add milk, cream, vanilla and salt. Blend in strawberries and banana. Chill, Chum-freeze. Yield: 1 gallon. Maple Nut Ice Cream 3 egg yolks 1 cup maple syrup or maple blended syrup Homemade Ice Cream ... A Sweet Taste of Summer % cup firmly packed dark brown sugar 3 cups milk 3 cups whipping cream V* teaspoon maple flavor Yi teaspoon salt 3 egg whites lVt cups chopped walnuts In a large mixing bowl beat egg yolks until foamy. Gradually add syrup and sugar; beat until thickened. Add milk, cream, maple and salt. Chill. In a small mixing bowl beat egg whites until soft peaks form. Fold whites and nuts into chilled maple mixture. Churn- freeze. Yield: 3 quarts. Note: To heighten maple color, mix following food colors to obtain a toast color: 1 drop green, 4 drops yellow, 3 drops red. Tutti-Frutti 3 eggs 1% cups sugar 3 cups milk 3 cups whipping cream 1 tablespoon vanilla extract Vi teaspoon salt ; 2 oranges, sectioned and cut into small pieces Vi cup golden seedless raisins, soaked in rum overnight % cup maraschino cherries Vi cup slivered almonds, toasted In a large mixing bowl beat eggs until foamy. Gradually add sugar, beat until thickened. Add milk, cream, vanilla and salt; mix thoroughly. Drain excess liquid from orange pieces and from raisins; add to mixture. Stir in cherries and almonds. Chill. Churn-freeze. Before ripening scrape dasher well and stir in cream with a wooden spoon to evenly disperse solid ingredients. Yield; approx. 1 gallon. JOH Club Meets Members of the JOH Club o ~ r and guests, Mrs. James Woods .iT.tVruMV's^ t0 17 me mbers and Mrs. Pete Nyman, met exciting_Labor Day weekend to f< ? r winning at games. The pic- Tuesday afternoon in the home J * J <-hu\r Pt \ hunf Mrs Esther Howland, 43 St. Mrs. Alfred M. Hayden, president, conducted the business meeting. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing games with prizes awarded to Mrs. Hayden, Mrs. Les Banks, Mrs. Louie Anderson, and Mrs. (Keith Litton. Mrs. Howland served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Nyman. Mrs. Joe Connors and Mrs. | Division Hanson, assisted by Mrs. Gardie Keith, Mrs. Marie Spenader, Miller. STEIN'S For A NEVER BEFORE DIAMOND VALUE Diamond $l/|O50 Solitaire W 14 K White or Yellow Gold Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY 0EPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg Social ^Innouncementi Ct I NEWCOMER CLUB Newcomer Club will have a ward party at the Galesburg State Research Hospital Thursday from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Members are asked to meet at the Volunteer Service Office. Here will be a potluck picnic Addi- WIDOWS CLUB The Widows Club will meet iFriday at 7 p.m. at the Community Room of the Home Savings and Loan Assn. Each member is asked to bring a gift. ORGANIC GARDENING The Organic Gardening Club f PMA !on the hospital grounds. The Ucensed^ctical Nurses tional help to prepare and serve *U mee Sunday at 2 p.m. a Assn. Division 20 will have a frod is needed. Members may™ nome of Mr - a "J ™ rs - * r Spooner Sams Plan a Party When the Spooner Sams, local chapter of the Good Sam Club, met this weekend at the Timbers near Cambridge, plans were discussed for the Regional Ral\y at the Knoxville Fairgrounds, Aug. 23, 24 and 25. Bill Church, president, presided. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Church and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rockhold were appointed to attend a weekend campout near Car- Jock in the near future for the purpose of setting up committee and a program for the 1973 Illinois State Good Sam Rally in September at Lincoln Fairgrounds. The Saga of the Soda Soda water Wats recognized in the 1800's as a health drink which not only quenches the thirst but provides vitality and long life, too. It was definitely in popular demand at the Franklin Institute Celebration in Philadelphia in 1874. One of the concessionaries ran out of flavoring for his soda water. He made a quick ice cream purchase intending to melt it down and substitute it as flavoring. However, the customers were buying the soda water so fast that'the ice cream didn't have time to melt. The concessionarie took things in stride and served the soda water with the floating chunks of ice cream .". . much to the delight of his customers. Thus, the ice cream soda was born. Never on Sundae At the turn of the century, many people thought that soda water was actually intoxicating. Perhaps the basis for their judgment was the giggling'and smiling ice cream soda sipping inspired. Whatever the reason, Evanston took action and passed a law prohibiting the sale of ice cream sodas an Sunday. One clever fountain operator found a way to get around the law by service ice cream plus syrup minus the soda water. Dubbing his creation ice cream "Sunday" probably doubled his weekend business. But the pious townfathers objected to naming an ice cream dish after the Sabbath, so the spelling was later changed to sundae ... a treat to be enjoyed any day of the week. family picnic at Monmouth Park Thursday at 6:30 p.m. All LPNs are welcome. Members are asked to bring their own table service and food. •k LET'S GO -k 15 Day Tour to Nova Scotia and New England, Sept. 22nd. A Continental Trail- way escorted tour. Leaving Galesburg and returning to Galesburg. For more information Phone 342-4856 or 342-6715. Brochures sent on request. This tour will sell quickly. Make reservations, soon. call Mrs. Phillip Miller, 938 N. Cherry St., for reservations, or to assist with the picnic. NEWCOMER CLUB The Newcomer Club Antiques Group will meet at the home of Mrs. Tom England, 956 Jefferson St., Thursday at 9:30 a. m. The group will then leave to tour Bishop Hill. Members are asked to call Mrs. Harold S'ratmoen, RR3, Hickory Knolls, for reservations. thur Dameron, 1248 Beecher Ave. The topic will be the control of insects in gardens. Also proper methods of canning to preserve nutrition will be discussed. IV 7 Attic TV 7 Auction EVERY WEDNESDAY TV 7 («:3Q P.M.) TV 7 We, would like to express our thanks and appreciation to our good neighbors and friends, who remembered us, with so many beautiful flowers, and cards on our fiftieth wedding anniversary. MR. and MRS. DAHLSTROM 833 Wiliard St. F. F. PRAIRIE PLAYERS 656 W. LOSEY PRESENTS CHILDREN SHOW Beauty & The Beast JULY 21-22-28 & 29 TWO SHOWS EACH DAY 1:30 p .m. & 3:30 p .m. INDIVIDUAL TICKETS 75c TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: O. T. JOHNSONS LINDSTROMS BURGLANDS J. C PENNEY'S

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