Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 25, 1973
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1"Are Hearty The breezes are whispering. fie beach is beckoning, ftirds And the are singing. Am me open tos&s cllling/ Throughout the if lend ot life that'; and more of fceart. It*s ftiffiofiS ~ but with the to more ature for to ft&ture and proper fixings for good-tastirig chow. Canned tuna is a natural for outdoor fare. It's as much of a must in backpacks and bike baskets — even boat lockers — as it is on the panty shelf. With a camp stove kit (safe and efficient), a few cans of'tuna in vegetable oil and some other staples, you csn produce great grub in no time at all, hot meals with resty flavor and substance that appease sharpened appetites. L What substance means is complete protein — something you need whether at home or on the road. And tuna has complete protein comparable to lean beef, at a significantly lower cost. Did you know one ?-ounce can of tuna (200 grams) actually gives a person more than 100% of the Recommended Daily Dietary Allowance (RDA) for protein? That's substance! Here are two recipes ideal for al v fresco feasting anywhere. One's a hearty Tuna Chow-Time Stew, rich with tomatoes, green beans, mushrooms, and other vegetables- pasta, too. The other's a sav- Hot Tuna Hero. the basic i ( Star ow By AUNfi MOSBY PARIS (UP!) - the spirit of has reached Marilyn i into the high fashion house of Givenchy. Designer Hubert de Given­ chy, whose customers include Mrs. Aristotle Onassis and actress Audrey Hepburn, showed winter fashions Tues- Continued A GALESBURG, ILL JULY PAC& 13 ou PL ace A • • • toasty ory, Vou can prepare mixtures at home and take them along in insulated containers. Or you can prepare them on the spot. It only takes minutes to heat them up. And toth pack a lot of solid satisfaction. When you eat them, you know what good is! Campfire Beans and Franks is an ideal supper dish that's easy to fix, yet "sticks to the Frankfurters, which 3 to 4 tablespoons wine vinegar 1 to 2 tablespoons lemon juice Vz cup catchup Vz teaspoon salt v % teaspoon dried leaf oregano WW, o'li' ! ; ''ii * !iii- :j ;" '- i, !;i':! : ::i<. ' i|-L I" T i r •> -l!t I": Y* teaspoon pepper YA cup chopped parsley 6 hero rolls Drain vegetable oil from tuna and heat in skillet or saucepan; add jmion and cook until tender. Stir in vinegar, lemon juice and catchup. Add life, Wh^mwW^,-^'"' •„,'-•• -M U I • i r • • 1 ii• fi • U- 1 | mi 'ill A n *t h -r / lift ' F r • ..,ib» 1 - ' T' :• • •itl!J)"I|!!ifi|: 11 11. jilllJi 1 be stored in a rrfrigerator- tuna, salt, oregano, pepper chest for a day or two, combine with canned beans, tomatoes and seasonings for a tempting and flavorsome stew. A grand accompaniment for this tasty dish is Hot Mexican Corn Bread. Made with corn meal, Cheddar cheese and peppers, this zesty bread can be prepared at home, wrapped in foil and warmed over an open fire. Margarine adds old- fashioned buttery flavor to this wholesome stew and hot corn bread, which are sure to satisfy the hungriest campers. Tuna Chow-Ti 3 cans (6% or 7 ounces each) tuna in vegetable oil Vz cup sliced onion Vz cup chopped celery 2 cans (13% ounces each) chicken broth 1 cup uncooked macaroni 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes 1 can (4 ounces) sliced mushrooms 1 package (9 ounces) frozen cut green.beans or 1 can (1 pound) cut green beans, drained and pars! Cook about 10 minutes medium heat, storing occasionally. Spoon on split warm ed hero roils. Two things preceded the trip to Sweden taken by Miss Terri Engholm, left, and her grandmother, Mrs. Alice James. First 1340 N. Broad St., an< James, 586 Hawkinson brought back a few souv* ^ of their trio, some of which Mrs.|cording to Terri, but she -Hidn 't Ave follow all of the celebration. who drove 'a 5VW, had time to visit times in Karlshamn, "The; Emi- Campfire servings. Beans and Fra stick) Y* cup (% stick) margarine % cup chopped onion 2 cans (16 ounces each) vegetarian baked beans 1 can (16 ounce) tomatoes 6 frankfurters, sliced 2 tablespoons prepared mus- ^:;.V !i i ,; '' v > r 'm§ tote-*., ' J 1 ,: '.i 't',.!;!;||||t ( ... 1ft I r 1 tard salt dried leaf basil 1 teasp Vz teaspoon pepper Drain 2 tablespoons oil from tuna into large saucepan. Add onion and cook until tender. Add celery, chicken broth;' macaroni, tomatoes and mus&- ro?ms with liquid, green beans, salt, basil and pep 1 per. Cover and cook over medium heat for 10 to 12 minutes, stirring occasionally, until macaroni is tender. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. . Hot Tuna Heroes 3 cans Melt margarine in large saucepan. Add onion and saute over low heat until tender, about 5 minutes. Stir in beans, tomatoes, frankfurters and mustard. Heat through, stirring occasionally. Makes 6 servings. Hot Mexican Corn Bread 2 cups grated sharp Cheddar cheese 1 canned jalapeho pepper, seeded and finely chopped 1 cup yellow corn meal 1 cup unsifted flour 4 teaspoons baking powder l k teaspoon salt V* cup {Vz stick) softened margarine .ifl^iiliiifi^i- 1 j illIlHlH IH L it: ,' they had to save their money «MU ^uuu, r shown on me laoie in vnc ; W here the movie, planning, [foreground. Both of the dolls,;grants," was filmed. This vil- Part of the planning grew outjthe one to the left, and the one, Vage was only a short distance ie of lace," reflect the cos-;a\vay from Svangsta. _ e of the province they visit-! Mrs. James, who was visiting The gaily decorated woodenabout a half hour's drive from ...w ilurSe , brought back by Terri, I the Perrsons, and Terri took weeks they were in Sweden with was ma< fe in the village of ; one trip in a car together. They "which shad a Mariann Svangsta, and her Sweden, family while Saab, Terri Was tha MM' < , i 1 ' i. •'ilMI •illlhinti!, ^ ii •••• P • /it! Herow are great outdoor specialties milk lakins powder and legg mixing bowl pack drained (12-ounce) vacuum- wto!e kernel rine. milk MM Beat Combine cheese and pepper in small bowl. Mix well; set aside. corn ' rotary - beater until smooth. Stir in <prn. Pour Vz b3tter into a hot greased 9-inch skillet. Sprinkle on cheese and Blend together ^ corn meal, pepper. Pour on remaining J>atter, spreading mixture to cover cheese. Bake at 400°F. about 30 minutes, or until done. Remove from skillet and cool on wire rack. Wrap in foil when cool. To serve, place over hot coals until heated through. Makes 10 servings. made in the village of;one trip u ne. In the foreground is a rented a her ibark snuff box made by MrsJsUck shift, so AL . t grandmother visited in her home[j anles » brother, Mr. Olsson, driver, and took a tour through town of "Solvesborg. Sweden,;^ is 87 q^e glass bluebird is'th* countrj'sidc. where her sister. Mrs. Ida Jans- r f rom Orrefors. The last three; Mariann could speak English, son and her brother, Alfred Ols- j tems are on \ m brightly cm-^ s he had taken it in school for son, are living. Both towns are !brMdered table covers. Theithe past nine years. But her in Belkenge, a province in[^ c ^ r ic hand-carved from a ! parents s P oke on! y Swedish. So block of wood (Mariann served as the inter- One trip was made to Stock-jpreter, as Terri's speaking, holm, and that by train. In the Swedish is almost ml. Mrs. capital of Sweden, they visited James, on the other hand, who the Royal Palace and Riddar-iteft Sweden at the age of 12, to holm church, where the royaltyfcome to Moline to live with a is buried. Of course they also'sister. still speaks Swedish. So and visited many other, she and her sister and brother, whom sha hadn't seen since Charter Members, Past Presidents Honored A southern Sweden, on the Baltic Sea. The travelers flew to Copenhagen, Denmark, where they took the hydrofoil across to Sweden. On the return trip My 16, they stopped in Copenhagen where they spent some time at [saw and visited many Tivoli Gardens, which was j historic .spats while there. The "fabulous" ^travelers were in Sweden for 1M8, had many a good chat. Miss Engholm, daughter of midsummer, June 22. The festi -j One other spot of .Merest, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Enghota .'val wen. .» day ami nigh!, acv^te many Tem—, where the candelabra and candlesticks in the church had been made by Terri's great- great-grandfather. Yes, you guessed it. . '.Mariann is planning a trip to Galesburg to visit her cousins in ths nnwe tuna in vegetable cup chopped onio air at Holiday Inn Tuesday evening as Galesburg Sweet Adelines dinner s guests program ton, 0 Doubleair es Qu artet group. Mrs. Ronald Graffouliere is the assistant director. • A surprise visit was made by Don Wilkerson, director of the Canton Chapter of Sweet Ade­ lines, together with three members of his chorus, The foursome sang 4 'Happy Anniversary" to the group. Mrs. Howard Tollev present-!Novelettes Quartets Mrs. Tfoomas Bowles, "Most Improved Chorus Award" in 1966"; Mrs/ Harley England, Competition Mrs. J. O. Simms, "1973 Scrapbook"; Mrs, Ray Thompson, 4 'Galetones and —NOTICE- LINDA'S THEND OF BEAL (Beauty Salorw 13S PHILLIPS Phone 343-7639 Evening appointments Mon. - Thurs. Don the banquet rooms. The occasion was the 10th anniversary of the Galesburg Chapter which |was chartered in 1963. Mrs. | ec j a program entitled "Do You 1 Dennis Morris, president, serv-; Remem ber?" in which the M- Members of the Galesburg ed as mistress of ceremonies, lowing participants and the rhnr : A letter from Mayor Robert; t0 p iC s on which they spoke . . J ^ Cabeen was read by Mrs. jWere introduced by means of an bers wer€ hon °^ They are James Macdonald, director of original poe m by Mrs. Tolley:;^ s - Macdonaid, Mrs. Bowles, the chorus, in which the mayor Macdonald, ' 'Organization I Miss Aberg, Mrs. Buck, Mrs [extended his best wishes to the of the Original Chorus charter Fas • ion Tree '; Mrs. Maurice Cox, "Charter Signing Party on June 27, 1963"; Miss Harriet Afaerg, '"Ifce First Singout Mrs Chorus' Carol States IEB Whatwr Hi* WILL ««5AY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists IZi N. BROAD Tolley, Mrs. Englai Mrs From left are Mrs. James Macdonald, director of ffif^JS"^^ D*^' Sweet AdeUnes Chapter in Galesburg, Mrs. David Cox Mrs. Hedden, Miss Rayer, Mrs. show chairman for Musicana VH, Mrs. Dennis Morris Maurice Cox Past Mrs. Morris presidents honored MAIN president, and Mrs. Howard Tolley, m * The chapter gathered Tuesday ALEXIS, ILLINOIS IT'S NOT TOO EARLY! Take advantage of our lay-away plan now Markives, "My Reactions as a! eluded Mrs. Tolley, Miss ] Member of the Audience at the {Mrs. £»• The'two c ^rbaked andTecorated by Mrs. Tolley,! % StaVtef 1 £ MS! jSSTuJSi; were served to the members fdlowtogthe pinner, , 1963"; Mrs. Mike Davidson,! Ell€ * Pyte ^ Mrs. C3iarles "The Melody Mrs. Quartet." !Davls - To keep in style this fall We will be open Friday and Saturday eve-- nings during the Progress Show until 8:00 P.M. Come in . . . have coffee with us. Browse and LOIS & SUE Regular Hours Men Also, Mrs. David Cox I cians Through "Musi Mrs competition and show rehearsals duriog the last 10 years were shown to the group. VII"; Robert Hedden, "Headliners Quartet''; Mrs. Owen Buck, "The Jewelry Party at Which ; 7 3 ^ % . L#r# ^ s ^ Everyone Became Snowbound"; 5«pi. at thru Moa., s«pt. 3 *<t For A J r> won. an exciting I-abor Day weekend to Miss Audrene Ravar. "The xashvuie. Tenn. Attend the Grand and ° ie ° pry and VtSlt °PO* Land U.S. %t A. 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