The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 19, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1963
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Schultz-Sturdy Vows Exchanged At home on a farm near Lyndon after a short wedding trip to the Ozarks are Mr. and Mrs. Darrell R. Sturdy who were married Feb. 2 in Zion Lutheran Church, Vassar. Rev. Walter J. Lebien performed the double ring candle light ceremony. The bride is the former Sandra Sue Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schultz, Michigan Valley. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. 'Cloyce Sturdy. The bride's brother, Dan Schultz, Overbrook, sang "0 Perfect Love," and "The Wedding Prayer," accompanied by Berdeen Bauck, Vassar, Janet Love, Lyndon, was organist. Altar tapers were lighted by the bride's nephews. Gene and Greg Schultz. Tapers in the windows were lighted by Lois Wadsworth, Nancy Newton, Sharon Mounkes and Deanna McCracken, Lyndon, who wore red velvet sheath dresses and white mum corsages. The bride's gown of Chantilly lace with fitted bodice, scalloped neckline and three-quarter length sleeves had a chapel train of silk peau de soie fastened at the Waist with a large bow. Her veil was held by a pearl halo and she carried a cascade of red roses and white feathered carnations. The bride's sister, Mrs. Charles Nix, Topeka, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Darlene Sturdy and Artene Oest. They wore red velvet sheaths with matching net and velvet halos. Mrs. Nix carried a cascade of white button mums. Each bridesmaid carried a long-stemmed while rose. Warren Arb, Melvern, acted as best man. Groomsmen were Garry Neihoff and Larry Arb, Topeka. Ushers were Charles Nix, Topeka, and Doug Wish- cropp, Lyndon. Gerry Schultz, Overbrook, and Britta Sue Nix, Topeka, nephew and niece of the bride, were ring bearer and flower girl. A reception was held in the parish hall. Mrs. Charles Brecheisen baked the three-tier wedding cake. Serving were Lois Wadswoth, Sharon Mounkes, Nancy Newton and Deanna McCracken. Mary Jane Smith, Eskridge, cousin of the groom, was at the guest book. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. Garry Neihoff, Tope- Lambert-Farre] 1 Vows Solemnized MRS. DARRELL R. STURDY ka, Linda Oest, Michigan Valley; ' LaVonne Masenthin and Kathy Sue Overbaugh, Vassar. For traveling the bride wore a navy blue suit with red accessories and red rose corsage. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sturdy are graduates of Lyndon High School. Mr. Sturdy is a farmer. Mrs. Sturdy is receptionist for Dr. Don McKelvey. SOFT AND FLUFFY — A delightful meringue dessert to serve with strawberry sauce for • real treat. This Merinsue Beats Others i By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor There are lots of wonderful dishes in the world. The trick is to find accurate recipes for them that a home cook can follow. One of my best recipe scouts, my sister Phyllis, discovered one of the loveliest of soft meringue desserts at a New York restaurant where she often lunches. Lucky the day the recipe was printed on the back of the restaurant's menu! My sister tried the rule at home, cutting it in half to serve six, and early last spring we gave her version of it. Now we've made a few other changes, practical for home use, in the rule — but the flavor and texture are the same. The original recipe suggested frozen strawberries and whipped cream as the accompaniment for the meringue. Phyllis omits the cream, and serves her meringue with fresh orange sections—a throwback to the way the famous Schaum Torte was offered in our home when we were young. I stick to the frozen strawberries, sometimes making them into a sauce. The whipped cream I, too, find superfluous. We consider this an economical dessert because it uses leftover or what Phyllis calls "sneaked" egg whites. When she scrambles eggs for her family, she sometimes leaves out a white and "sneaks" it into a small screw- top jar. Then as other egg whites are leftover or "sneaked," she adds them to the jar. Tightly covered and refrigerated, the egg whites keep safely for a week to 10 days. So it's easy to save the half-cup of whites (usually four) needed for this recipe. MELLOW MERINGUE 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons cornstarch Yt cup sugar Yt teaspoon salt 1-3 cup flaked coconut % cup (4 large) egg whites Vt teaspoon cream of tartar Wt teaspoon vanilla. In a imall saucepan, scald THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February. 19, Gradually stir the re- Vi cup cold milk into C7 cup milk, maining cornstarch, keeping smooth; mix into scalded milk. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, un- il smooth and thickened; remove rom heat. Stir in sugar, salt and coconut; cool slightly. Beat egg whites with cream of tartar until stiff straight peaks form when beater is slowly withdrawn. Fold in cooled sauce and vanilla. Turn into an ungreased 8-inch round cake pan. Place in a pan of hot water, having water come halfway up side of cake pan. Bake in a slow (325 degree) oven until puffed and lightly browned — 30 to 35 minutes. Cool. Serve with Strawberry Sauce. Makes 6 servings. NOTE: Dessert will not come to the top of the regular American layer-cake pan suggested in recipe. It will fill a French cake pan that is 8% inches across and inch deep. Coupl< e Wed 72 Years On February 22 Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sherar of the Spring Ridge community, in Miami County east of Ottawa, will observe their 72nd wedding anniversary Feb. 22. They have lived their entire married life In the one community and have lived on their farm for 70 years. Mrs. Sherar will be 94 March 4, and Mr. Sherar 93 on June 25. The couple has three children, seven grandchildren and 20 great- grandchildren making six sets of Four generations. Mr. Sherar was born in Stanton township where he has spent his life. Mrs. Sherar came to Kansas from Illinois at the age of 15. There has been no death in their immediate family during the 72 years. Roy Batdorf, Ottawa, is a nephew and Nellie Batdorf, a niece of Mrs. Sherar. Dixie Sue Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Lambert, 1027 N. Sycamore, and Gary E. Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Farrell, Wellsville, were married Saturday evening in Trinity Methodist Church. Candles and basket of white galdioli decorated the altar for the ceremony performed by Rev. Roy Armstrong. C. Jay Milton sang, "Wedding Prayer," and "At Dawning," accompanied by Mrs. Harold Yost, organist. The bride wore a gown of gardenia white satin designed with fitted bodice, long tapered sleeves and sabrina neckline enchanced with pearl - embroidered flowers. The bell skirt lengthened into a chapel train and was accented in back with a draped bustle. A heart shape tiara held the bride's tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Candles were lighted by the bride's sister, Patricia Lambert, and Rene Collins, Kansas City, the groom's niece. They wore blue satin dresses and white mum wrist corsages. Pat Farrell, Lawrence, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Shirley Lambert, the bride's sis< ter. Both attendants wore blue satin dresses with tulip skirt and three-quarter length sleeves, and carried bouquets of white mums. Harold Caruthers, Wellsville, served as best man and Raymond Farrell, Wellsville, the groom's brother, as groomsman. Ushers were Gerald Collins, Kansas City, and Britton Chilton, Wellsville. Russ Collins, Kansas City, ring bearer, and Bridget Chilton, Wellsville, flower girl, are nephew and niece of the groom. The bride's mother wore a two- piece navy blue suit dress with blue and white accessories anc the groom's mother chose a two- piece blue checked suit with blue accessories. Their corsages were of white rosebuds. Red and white streamers anc red hearts decorated the VFW tall for the reception. The serv- ng table, laid with a lace cloth, was decorated with white candles/The four-tier cake was decorated with wedding bells and red roses. Serving were Mrs. Ed Curby, Mrs. Mable Simmons and Mrs. Bob Robinson. Mrs. Larry P. Shaw, Pomona, was at the guest took. Carol Clark and Beth Montgomery were in charge of gifts. For going away the bride wore a two-piece navy blue suit trimmed in red with navy blue accessories and red rose corsage. The couple will live in Lawrence. The bride is a graduate of Ottawa High School. The groom was graduated from Wellsville High School and served in the US Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert, Dixie, Shirley and Patricia entertained the wedding party at their home after rehearsal Friday evening. Twenty-three persons attended. Socwlettes Roundabout Club was entertained by Mrs. R. S. Hanes Monday afternoon. Members participated in a miscellaneous program. Mrs. W. A. Penny will be hostess for the next meeting. Store Separately If any dressing is leftover after you've served a. roasted stuffed chicken, remove the stuffing from the.chicken, and refrigerate it in a covered container. Store the leftover chicken separately. Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 MR. AND MRS. GARY E. FARRELL (Heller Photo) HOOVER Clearance Sale HOOVER CONSTELLATION Th« canister that offers mere of what you want in o cleaner. Model 86 $39.95 HOOVER Convertible Notninoj oeoM your rugs o* weN os the eatygoing Convertible ivfodel 32 $59.95 You Know Our Service is "KEEN" Now Try Our Sales The KEEN Co. 114 South Main CH 2-3490 Make Pie Rim When you are preparing pumpkin pie, make sure that the piedough shell that is to hold the pumpkin custard mixture has a high-standing rim. Hospital Auxiliary Coffee Is Friday In Elliott Hall Ransom Auxiliary Memorial invites all Hospital interested Franklin Countians to attend the Membership Coffee Friday in Elliott hall of First Baptist Church. Serving will be between 2 and 4 p.m. Mrs. Warren Weien, membership drive chairman, will be on hand to accept dues for both active and associate membership. Other officers will be available to answer questions and discuss the proposed volunteer projects. Guests of honor for the afternoon will be Mrs. A. L. Cook, Mrs. Fred Fockele, Mrs. Joe C. Stephenson and Mrs. J. E. Wallen. These women represent the many years of service to the hospital that have been contributed by many Franklin County women. The committee for the coffee includes Mrs. Robert A. Anderson, Mrs. Homer Henning and Mrs. Wilbur B. Foulks. Mrs. Robbert, L. Grabham is Auxiliary president. Buy Now No Money Down FRIGIDAIRB Electric DRYER 129.95 New FRIGIDAIRE Washer has 12-lb. 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