Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 24, 1973
Page 9
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Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James E. sutler, Bushnell, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary August 1. In honor of the occasion, the couple will hold an open house at their home, .605 Sperry Sti, Sunday from 2 to 8 p. m, They have requested that gifts be omitted. Four 4»H Member* Report On Projects Linda CHson, Suatifte Masterson, Marsha Wilbefdifig and Barbara Wilbcrding, members of the 4 'tt Make and Bake Club, repotted, on their year's projects at the recent meeting of Unit L, Homem^kers Kxteft- sion Association, at the hdtne of Mrs. Henry lnness, itedr Gales* burg. "Party Foods" the major lesson was presented by Mrs. in- ness and Mrs. Phil Griffith, who later served the food which had been prepared. Mrs. Donald Stegeman and Mrs. Richard Turner were welcomed as new members. During the business meeting members formulated plans for working in the Knox County Pair booth. Tuesday, July 24, 1973 9 Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Olub met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Mrs. Russell Watson won women's high score; Mrs. Del French and Mrs. Albert Pedersen tied for second. Lee Story won men's high and James Wallace, second. Grand slams were made by Mrs. Heinle Johnson and Del French. * Host couple was Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aldus. Next week's hosts wilB be Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schmith. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE The Women of the Moose will meet this evening at 8 p.m. at the Moose Lodge. letyiand (Continued From Page 8) Will Celebrate 80th Birthday Mrs. Pearl Owen, Moon Towers, m\l be the guest of honor at an open house Sunday for her 80th birthday. The event will be held at the home of her sister and brother in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gullett, Maquon, from 2 t6 p.m.'All friends and relatives are invited. Summer Rain Gear Most raincoats are too heavy for summer rain. The easiest and most comfortable rain gear are loose-fitting, lightweight smocks that look and feel like shirts. NEWCOMERS COFFEE The Newcomers Coffee scheduled to meet Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at Lake Storey Park will be held instead at the Trinity Lutheran Church. SliaLc *$A the & emed To STEIN'S For PIERCED EARRINGS 14K Gold & Genuine Stones Large Brand New Selection STOP IN TAKE A LOOK Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg I I I I Trudy Ring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ring, 140 Blaine Ave., is spending the summer helping her sister with her twin babies. Miss Ring will be a sophomore at Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, this fall. Russell Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cunningham, 257 Bcnner St., is employed this summer in the Pro Shop at Lake Bracken Country Club. Cunningham will be a freshman at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln. Anita Nejson is employed this summer at Galesburg State Research Hospital in the activities program. Miss Nelson, who will be a sophomore at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, is the daughter of Mrs. Harriett Nelson, 768 Ruby St. Stephen Van Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benson, 3292 Windsor Ct., sophomore, and Janet S. Cable, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cable, 1368 N. Cedar St., junior, are attending summer school at Eastern Illinois University. Patricia Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Russell, 1722 N. Prairie St., will be a senior at Millikin University, Decatur, in the fall. In June, Miss Russell, worked at a YMCA camp in Estes Park, Colo. STILL GOING STRONG CLUB The Still Going Strong Senior Citizens Club of the Allen Park Baptist Church will meet Thurs day at 6 p.m. at the Lincoln Park Pavilion for a potluck pic nic supper. Members are asked to bring one hot and one cold dish, and their own table service. Visitors will be welcome. Tuesday thru Saturday Starts Tues., July 24 Ends Sat., July 28 in BEAUTIFUL 8"x10' FULL COLOR PORTRAIT Only 99 Your choice from various portraits. Extra prints available: Priced reasonably. Choose from finished portraits — not proofs. Limit one per child—two per family. Groups taken at 99c each additional child. Choice of poses, AGE LIMIT 5 weeks to 12 years — Photographers Hours — Tuesday thru Thursday and Saturday 10 to 5 Friday 10 to 8 Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Monty Back -a- Is Swimmer s Test NEW YORK (UP!) ~ Mere's a test called find-a-float. The scene: You are camping, hiking or picnicking. You see someone fall into the water. The someone shouts for help. You are not a good swimmer. What can you do? No lifeguards around. No ring life buoy to toss. Just you and the helpless person in a life and death crisis. The situation is proposed in Family Safety, magazine of the National Safety Council. Usually, it turns out, there is some^ thing within sight that will help Says the Safety Council: How about your gallon vacuum jug? Or an ice chest with a clamp on lid? A canoe paddle? A fallen branch from f tree? The spare tire in the car trunk? All these are improvised flotation aids. When no standard fescue equipment is available the quick'thinking person can usually find something that floats to hold up an exhausted swimmer or floundering victim of a water mishap until he is rescued. Or until he regains strength and can swim or float to shore. Some 5,000 persons drown while seeking summer water fun — boating, swimming, fishing. Many fatal accidents could be prevented by the use of improvised flotation aids, says the Safety Council. Dusting books, bric-a-brac? A soft paint brush makes a handy dusting tool. On a hot summer day, nothing .beats the heat better than a frosty cool drink. Youngsters, after a hard day of play, will enjoy recharging their energy with a Double Berry Shake, made with a berry-flavored punch drink and strawberry ice cream. This nutritious and inviting beverage contains all the Vitamin C as a comparable amount of freshly squeezed orange juice. Capture a taste of Hawaii with two drinks served at a food pavilion at Sea World in San Diego, Calif. The Princess Anne is a tall red cooler with a refreshing flavor, the Orange Hawaiian is a creamy and delicious treat to which rum can be added for adults, if desired. Double Berry Shake 2 cups (from a 46 oz. can) Doublo Borry Shako berry^flavored fruit punch, chilled 1 pint strawberry ice cream 2 tablespoons honey In electric blender container, combine punch, ice cream and honey. Blend until smooth a large bowl, combine all in- and frothy. Pour into glasses. Serve immediately. Or, in gradients and beat with a rotary ibeater until smooth and frothy. Serve as above. Top with sweetened whipped cream or topping, if desired. Makes about 1 quart, or enough for four 8-ounce servings. Note: For a thicker shake made in the blender, add 1 ripe banana quartered and 2 canned peach halves. Blend 'Until smooth ana frothy. Serve as above. Princess Anne (1 tall drink) % cup canned red fruit- flavored punch drink 2 tablespoons grenadine % oup pineapple juice 2 tablespoons heavy cream Mix all ingredients wall, using blender if desired. Serve over ice cubes or crushed ice. Garnish with lime slice, optional. Orange Hawaiian (1 tali drink) % oup canned orange flavored punch drink 2 tablespoons pineapple juice lVfe teaspoons heavy cream Vt of a ripe banana Few drops lemon juice. 2 tablespoons light dry rum, optional Place all drink ingredients in blender; mix well. Serve over crushed ice cubes. Garnish with fresh orange slice, if desired. Neglected Mussels CHICAGO (UPI) - Whether it's the name or the appearance of ithese bivalve creatures, Americans have never been keen about mussels. It's a pity. Mussels, according to Encyclopedia Britannica, provide riboflavin, vitamin A, iron, copper, calcium, phosphorous and other minerals. Further, they are tasty raw, stewed or steamed. Also, they're plentiful. But although mussels are common on the coasts of New England and eastern Canada, they are not generally eaten, despite efforts to popularize them. Meanwhile, the English and French consume about 170 million pounds of mussels each year. It has been estimated that an acre in the best mussel areas will produce 10,000 pounds of flesh annually. An acre of the best cattle land will produce only about 150 pounds of beef. Additionally, mussels are easily harvested — in shallow water they can be gathered with a clam rake. READ THE WANT ADS! Summer Furniture J CLEARANCE Famous quality Woodard furniture priced for Clearance, a truly lasting investment in gracious living. For the maximum enjoyment in outdoor or indoor living, see these pieces today and really save, WOODARD TABLE ft CHAIR SET WAS $ 32P "Daisy Bouquet" 41" .table and 4 chairs in chalk finish. Seat cushions in parrot green. Ideal for Breakfast room or patio. 6 PC, UMBRELLA TABLE SETS WAS $ 35r Choice of two colors, Sunflower or Pompgreen. Sturdy mesh top, 47" table and 4 chairs. Guaranteed finished for 1 year, easy to clean. WOODARD 2 SEAT SETTEE Attractive and comfortable, two seat WAS settee in beautiful pompgreen fin- $1 ^50 ish, matches umbrella table set. 5 73 ! WOODARD TABLE UMBRELLAS Large size, sturdily built to last for WAS years to come. Color coordinated to $^^0Q match Woodard table and chair sets. NOW NOW $280°° NOW $ 59°° NOW $5Q00 ALL SALES FINAL! SOLD AS IS! FERRIS FURNITURE 465 Mulberry Open 9 to 5 Fri. 'Til 9 PM Phone 343-2184 Convenient Parking Master Charge Americard Extended Payments 232 1 *}H .cu*L<Jt SUMMER CLEARANCE FINAL REDUCTIONS 50% OFF DRESSES SPORTSWEAR and ALL REMAINING SUMMER MERCHANDISE 131 NO. CHERRY ST. 01 s BUDGET ANNEX EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY AT O.T.'s BUDGET ANNEX SPECIAL PURCHASE 2-PC. SOFA BED SETS TWO-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE in Herculon Tweed, Gold, Green and Brown fones. Solid seat construction. Not SET exactly as illustrated. TWO-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE in Herculon Tweed, Gold, Green and Red tones. Chair has reversable cushion. SET Stylish biscuit tufted backs. Not exactly as illustrated. TWO-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE. Spanish style in smart Red and Black floral design. Wood arms. Not exactly SET as illustrated. $ 125"

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