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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Arkansas City, Kansas Oci Etu an the Arkansas City ran daily traveler. Saturday september 26, 1970 All social items must be reported within three Days to be certain of publication. Those brought in or sent by mail must be signed by the sender and include address and Telephone number. In reporting items for the Calendar Day and hour of the meeting not the publication Date should be Given. Pictures for engagements weddings or Golden weddings should be 3la inches wide Black and White Glossy prints. They will be returned intact whenever possible and should be picked up within two weeks. All weddings must be reported within to Days to assure publication. Please Telephone 442-1030. All other items Travelette births deaths and funerals Church and general news should be called in to the news department 442-4200. Mrs. Michael Franklin Becker Brenz Becker pledge nuptial vows sept. 8 miss Heather Anne Brenz and Michael Franklin Becker exchanged nuptial vows sept. 8 in the Haebler memorial Chapel at Goucher College Towson my. The Rev. James l. Ewalt of the East minister presbyterian Church at Bladensburg md., read the 5 . Double ring ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Louis Edward Brenz jr., Arkansas City. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Bernhard Franklin Becker of Cheverly my. Organist was a Goucher classmate of the Bride miss Laurel Swett Timonium my. The White Marble altar was decorated with White Gladiolas and White roses. The Bride was Given in marriage by her brother Torrance Macdonald Brenz Arkansas City. The bridal gown was of victorian design in White Organ Zine Satin. The fitted sleeves and bodice were of Klencon lace and the floor length skirt was a embroidered with appliques of Klencon lace. Seed pearls trimmed the wrists and High Collar of the gown. The Bride wore a circlet Headpiece of White roses and Hock daisies intertwined with White Heather and baby s breath. Her bouquet was fashioned of White roses and Hock daisies. Maid of Honor was miss Ann Palmer Warrington fla., a Goucher College classmate. Bridesmaid was miss Nancy Golladay wills Point Tex., a former classmate of the Bride while at the Hockaday school in Dallas Tex. The attendants wore Lemon yellow Saki gowns designed lovable extra size girdles Reg. Or panty x-4x, $4.00 prescriptions you pay Cash but you pay less 6uves Duus continue graduate study toward his doctorate at Stanford University Palo Aiu. Mrs. Becker will be a guest student there earning her Bachelor of arts degree from Goucher College. Hunting Oral no t i to 6 3 guide Best place to Hunt for bargains. Each evening a. Sundays i Gnu Bles i with Empire waists and featuring mandarin collars. Yellow dior bows and veils made up their headpieces. They carried bouquets of yellow roses and Hock daisies. Serving As Best Man was Bruce Mckay of pm Bro Ontario Canada a fellow graduate student of the bridegroom at Stanford University. Groomsman was Charles Alexander jr., a classmate from Cheverly my. Ushers were Joseph Woodworth Baltimore md., and David Wiltse Cincinnati Ohio. Mothers of the bridal couple wore harmonizing pastel coloured dresses and corsages of yellow roses. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Undercroft of the Chapel. Assisting were Goucher classmates of the Bride miss Ellen Macleish Harwood md., miss Andrea Rebeck Williamsville n.y., miss Harriet Robinson Chase City va., and mrs. Wythe Hull Baltimore my. The reception table was decorated with a Gold Over skirt surrounding a White cloth and entered with White roses and Gladioli. The Bride Cut the Multi tiered wedding cake with a decorated knife presented to her by her godmother aunt miss Elizabeth Ann Brenz Oklahoma City okla. Rice bags held in a Basket trimmed with yellow and White Satin ribbons and Hock daisies were distributed to the guests by the neice of the Bride miss Laura Steele Okemos Mich. For her going away dress the Bride chose an autumn Pink knit dress and a Corsage of White roses. The couple will be at Home at apartment 312, 2001 Manhattan ave., East Palo Alta society Calendar saturday White shrine of Jerusalem 7 30 ., masonic Temple. Jobs daughters guests. Sunday Royal neighbors of America Public reception for dist. Deputy mrs. Alyce Morris 2 to 4 ., pkg amp a hospitality room. Monday Golden agers 12 30 . Recreation Center. I Alpha Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi covered dish dinner 6 45 ., pkg amp a hospitality room. Beta Kappa chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority 7 30 ., mrs. John la Kudzu 1208 a eighth. Rush social. Sorority meets last saturday a treasure Chest of jewels was the theme for the meeting last saturday evening for Alpha Gamma chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. Meeting was at the campfire Hogan. Thirty three members and their husbands attended. Frank Wilson acted As an auctioneer and play Money was used for an evening of fun at a a Harold a Wilson auctioned off gaily wrapped gifts. Rush chairmen mrs. Frank Wilson mrs. Bill nicely and mrs. Richard Gier and the committee was in charge of dinner and entertainment. The Model meeting was wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Don Cheslic it. 3. Official visits . Auxiliary the . Auxiliary to Spencer Ralston Post 1254 met sept. 22 at the . Memorial building. Mrs. . Spears president was in charge. Mrs. Paul Coggins was a substitute officer. Members voted to Send a contribution to the heart fund in memory of sister Talma Garris. Donations were approved for the United fund and the veterans Hospital Christmas fund. Wilmetta Stearnes third District president Galena made her official visit to inspect the auxiliary. Next meeting is set for oct. 13 with the Fainer and Ferris group in charge of the joint dinner. Women of Moose conduct Bazaar women of the Moose Lodge met last monday evening at the Lodge Hall. Senior Regent mrs. Dan Baker had charge of the business meeting. Members voted on two new members. A Bazaar was held to raise funds for the Moose heart children a Home Christmas fund. Mrs. Calvin Swisher was in charge. Another Bazaar will be conducted at the next meeting slated for oct. 5 at 8 . At the Moose Lodge. A Benefit Coffee will be Given by mrs. Berniece Wood 1010 East Polk ave. Monday sept. 28 from 9 to 11 30 . All members and guests Are invited. Mrs. Baker won the mystery package. 1915 cooking class pictured Are members of the first class of Home economics to be held in the a new High school in Dexter 1915-1916. Left to right these juniors Are Marie Mcdaniel in Hazel Bibler Marie Snyder miss Edna Gulick the teacher Ruth Maxwell and Ann Raster. Traveler Cook Nook this weeks Cook Nook carries a bit of nostalgia with it As the recipes Are a role Tymes recipes most of which Date Back to the Pioneer Days in Kansas. The picture was borrowed from Ann Raster dry of Winfield formerly of Dexter. A former school teacher and county superintendent. Ann is a member of several clubs in Arkansas City and is Well known throughout the country. Several of the following recipes were gleaned from Annas recipe books one of which was a a practical cookery Book used in her Home economics class in 1915. This recipe copied from Annas recipe Book sounds real tasty. It has just four ingredients. Sauer Kraut sausage bake 4 to 6 Servings 2 cups sauerkraut drained i cup sour Cream 1 la. Sausage meat or links 2 cups bread crumbs or cubes mix Kraut and Cream in a quart casserole. Break sausage meat into bite size pieces or Cut links into i Inch pieces. Fry until Brown. Drain reserving 2 tbsp of sausage fat. Add to bread and blend Well. Combine bread cubes and sausage meat and blend Well. Arrange on Kraut mixture and bake at 375 degrees for to to 15 minutes. Baked Apple donuts May be quite different for the Ordinary person but this recipe sounds simple enough. Baked Apple donuts a cup sifted flour 1-3/4 tsp. Baking powder a tsp. Salt la tsp. Nutmeg a cup sugar 1/3 cup shortening i egg beaten a cup milk i cup grated raw Apple a cup melted butter 1/3 cup sugar i tsp. Cinnamon use muffin pans and fill 2/3 full. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 30 minutes or until Brown. When done Roll donuts in powdered sugar and serve warm. Now How about a fresh Blackberry Shortcake just like grandmother used to bake Blackberry Shortcake 2 cups sifted enriched flour 1 tbsp baking powder 6 tbsp sugar a tsp. Salt 4 to 6 tbsp lard 1/3 to a cup milk 2 quarts blackberries sift together flour baking powder sugar and Salt. Cut in lard until mixture has Fine even Crumb. Add enough milk to make a soft dough. Divide dough into 2 parts and Roll about la Inch thick. Place one part in pan spread with melted butter cover with other half. Wiring supplies shop and save at Hill electric co. Switch boxes conduit wire All sizes Breakers i flight fixtures 25-40-50-60-75-100 Watt Light bulbs 25 also we have extended service lamps-2500 hours if you should need a v special size bulb ask us Hill electric co. Marshall w. Hill 106 South Summit 442-0690 bake in a moderately hot oven 400 degrees for 25 minutes or until Brown. Cut blackberries in half Lengthwise and add sugar to sweeten. Allow to stand. Arrange blackberries Between layers and Over top. Garnish with whole berries. Serve with Cream. All school a a arms had their recipe for Library paste and Ann Wasny to to be outdone. If you Are caught in a Pinch you might try this. By the Way it is not too be eaten for lunch Library paste i cup flour 1 tsp. Powdered Alum a cup cold water 2 tbsp Lime water a few drops Oil of cloves or Wintergreen 2 cups boiling water Combine beat and Cook for la hour. Works real Good mock Apple pie a cups water 1 tsp. Cinnamon a cups sugar 2 tbsp butter or Margarine a tsp. Cream of tartar heat the water and add the other ingredients and then break 18 soda crackers into the mixture and bring to the boiling Point. Pour the entire mixture into a pie Shell. Bake about 30 minutes or until Brown. To make this look authentic prepare two crusts As you would for Apple pie. It has fooled Many a Man Home remedies were often concocted in the Kitchen in the Early Days. How about this one to remove wrinkles i done to guarantee it but you might give it a swing. Cooking in the earlier Days Wasny to so different than it is now except maybe the touch of humor has for the most part drifted away. This recipe for elephant Stew reflects a bit of the Pioneer humor. Elephant Stew i elephant i Rabbit optional Salt and Pepper to taste Cut elephant into bite size pieces. This takes about 2 months add enough Brown Gravy to cover and Cook Over kerosene fire at 465 degrees. Serves 3,800 persons. For those who do not particularly care for elephant Stew the Rabbit May be added but Only if necessary. After All most diners do not like to find a Hare in their Stew. Vinegar pie was a favorite of yesteryear and it is vinegar pie mix i cup sugar i cup molasses i cup flour a tsp. Salt add i cup vinegar diluted about a if you do not like it very sour using a cup vinegar and la cup water. Butter about size of Walnut Nutmeg or Lemon flavor 3 cups water using hot water hurries cooking Cook on top of stove stirring constantly. When thick put in baked pie Shell. Remove wrinkles melt together one ounce White Wax two ounces strained Honey and two ounces of the juice of Lily bulbs. The foregoing melted and stirred together will remove wrinkles. Another Home remedy made in the Kitchen is this one for arthritis. The recipe seems to have a bit More Merit than the wrinkle concoction and is believed to help by some. Arthritis remedy 1 tsp. Honey 2 tsp. Apple cider vinegar 2/3 Glass of water drink 3 times daily if needed. Now before any doctors go Stark raving mad we will add this recipe for cough syrup taken from a doctor Book dated 1889. Two tbsp flaxseed in a pint of boiling water. Let stand until Cool and Strain and add the juice of two Lemons and two tbsp. Honey. Stir Well. Give As needed. Lovable stretch lace Bikini panty $1.00. Mode o Day if Hubby demands an Apple pie and you find no apples on hand you might try this one. For the entire family what a the Good word in total year round Home Comfort naturally. Because one Low Cost fuel gives you maximum All season Comfort. Minimum maintenance. Outstanding dependability. Continuing efficiency. Money saving operation. See your authorized Gas heating Gas Cooling contractor soon. The a recipes May be submitted for publication and should be addressed to the traveler Cook Nook editor typed double spaced or printed legibly and must include name address and phone number of sender. Phi lathe a class meets sept. 22 Philathea class of the first Baptist Church met sept. 22 at 2 . With mrs. De Curtis 1426 n. Eighth with la members present. Mrs. Clarence Calkins president was in charge of the business meeting. Devotions were Given by mrs. Lon Brown using a meditation on a a Flowers from the guide Post. Courtesy chairman mrs. Lloyd Caster reported seven cards sent during the past summer. Two members miss Helen Breeden and mrs. Vern Allison both of whom have been ill were welcomed Back. Next meeting will be oct. 27 at 2 . With miss Breeden 416 s. Second St. Page 2 weekly meeting for Golden agers Golden Agen had its weekly meeting monday afternoon at the recreation Center. In. Charles Black was hostess with mrs. Luther Bailey As co hostess. Fifty members attended. Easley Austin president was in charge of the business meeting. The afternoon was spent playing various games. Next meeting will be at 12 30 . Monday at the recreation Center. Earl Nickle is guest of Honor a family reunion and birthday anniversary party was held sept. 20 at Wilson Park for Earl Nickle 902 Ann St. Those attending from Arkansas City were or. And mrs. Nickle and family or. And mrs. Ralph Richardson and family or. And mrs. Donald civets and son mrs. Rose Marie Duncan mrs. Karl Wagner Kelvin Irving sue Irving or. And mrs. Orvil Dinney and Vicki or. And mrs. Bob Matthews and Patty to mrs. Junior Carson and son Herb Bartlet and children All of Arkansas City. Out of town guests were or. And mrs. Bill Nickle and Roy Durant Oklahoma City okla. Ollie Harrison and Mary Elbert Miami okla. Or. And mrs. Wayman Stuart Winfield and or. And mrs. Gene James and son Wichita. Custom made draperies Large selection fabrics free estimates Lang a drapery shop 1707 e. 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