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a a in The Hearne (Texas) Democrat, Friday, Mar. 17. 1W1 Me. t, Candlelight Rite Unites Couple At seven-thirty o'clock Saturday, Saturday, March 4, Miss Johnnie Faye Matthews of Cameron and Roger Abbott Jr. of Hearne exchanged wedding vows in a candlelight ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Abbott, parents of the bridegroom. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Matthews of Cameron, is a IMu graduate of Yoe High School, Cameron. Mr. Abbott is a Hearne High School graduate of the class of 1959 and is employed with the J. C. McLaughlin McLaughlin Construction Company of Bryan. The Rev. Harrison McLerran of Cameron off tel*ied at the double ring ceremony aifo^nuptial music was presented Vy Mrs. Robert Matthews Jr. of, Rockdale, sister- in-law of the Irtde. She sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore » two piece champagne suit with bone accessories. accessories. A corsage of baby pink carnations graced her shoulder. Her only Jewelry was a strand of baby pink pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Mrs. Frances Dodven of Temple, matron of honor, wore a two- piece suit of mint green with beige accessories. Bill Dodson of Temple was best man. Cooking Treasures to at re- Guests were registered by Misses Jimmie Lou and Tommie Sue Rose, cousins of the bridegroom. bridegroom. assisting At the reception, immediately following the ceremony, the bride's table, which was laid with a white cut work cloth, held the four tiered wedding cake and crystal punch bowl. White carnations carnations were combined with net to form the attractive centerpiece, centerpiece, and white tapers in branched branched candelabra were placed at each end of the table arrangement. arrangement. Members of the houseparty included included Mrs. Hardy Malone and Mrs. T. J. Kenna. of Baytown, sisters sisters of the bride; Mrs. Marian Rowan, Mrs. B. V. Sawyer, Mrs. Lucille Wilson and Mrs. H. E. Rose. The couple will Hearne. Whether you're "a wearin' green" or not, you too proud when you set a St. Patrick's Day with a Irish stew . . . and surprise family by shaping shamrock biscuits to top the stew. Irish Stew 2 Ibs. boneless lamb (or substitute beef) cut in IMe inch 3 tablespoons flour 1.% teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons shortening ¥4 tsp. marjoram 1 bay leaf 1 tablespoon chopped Water to cover • 8 small white onions 4 white turnips, quartered 4 carrots cut in 2 inch 3 celery stalks cut In pieces Combine flour, salt and Dredge the meat cubes seasoned flour. Brown meat on all sides in shortening. off drippings. Add majoram, leaf, parsley and enough to cover the meat. Cover and simmer for 1 % hours. vegetables and continue about thirty minutes or vegetables and meat are Thicken cooking liquid for if desired. Pour in casserole top with parsley biscuits. finishing touch for your 17 main course will be parsley biscuits cut with reside in rock cookie cutter or easily fashion a cardboard pattern and cut around it sharp knife. Note: The less tender meat can be fork tender table if proper cooking are used. Meat for a stew cooked slowly; do not Parsley Biscuits 2 cups sifted enriched 1 tablespoon baking % teaspoon salt 4 to 6 tablespoons lard 1 tablespoon chopped % to i/4 cup milk Sift together flour, powder and salt. Cut in mixture has fine even Mix in parsley. Add'enough to make a soft dough. a lightly floured... knead. Roll and cut into Bowling Party

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 17 Mar 1961, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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