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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice daily Sun Beatrice neb., sun., May 12, 1957 and was employed As clerk by the a Beatrice National bank., % a a i i a i the Groom a graduate of St. Nightingale Witkowski Joseph High school is employed continued from society Page i Joseph s school Hall by the brides by Norris Public Power As lineman trainee. for 12.1 guests. The five j por travelling the Bride chose a is with net bands scattered with tier cake was decorated in yellow Black Sheath dress with Black and rhinestones were Flower girls. And Orchid. Yellow roses entered White Check jacket and Black and i hey carried White crocheted base brides table. Serving the Bride White accessories k to. Table were Deanne Gerberding and following a wedding trip to the Billy Byers. Marysville Kan. Joyce Williams. They wore aprons ozarks the couple will be at Home Nephew of the Groom was ring of yellow and Orchid. In Kansas City to. Bearer. Charlene mess and Glennys. A a serving his brother As Best Brinkmeyer were in charge of Tho Luigs to Csc Tot Man was Ronald Witkowski. Twen-1 gift table and Elaine Witkowski _ d i Tonine Palms. Calif and Ushers had charge of the guest Book. I pc. Bank incan were Robert Tapee Beatrice and mrs. Robert Nightengale Cut Thea a i a Sylvester Ullman. Lincoln friends cake and mrs. Orsen Newell pour Al Fri of kchcldclts05 of the couple. Led the Coffee. Assisting with the miss Elizabeth Anne Bri Kinan Home notes i Gay Wilma Huff Marian j. Ahrens wed april 18 to Larry e. Hallan Firth reformed Church. Firth was the scene april 18 of the 7 30 p. In. Wedding of miss Marian j. Ahrens daughter of or. And Home economist wry. I mrs. Herman w. Ahrens Firth and Central electric a 2-Larry e. Hollan son of mrs. A a Alta b. Rogers of Minneapolis Sandwich suggestion Minn. Ever try making sandwiches with Frozen slices of bread it keeps the fresh Quality of bread. The Rev. H. W. Kolenbrander performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 85 guests. A Odhe of n Branch Candela and w. Overwald and g. Jandera United in marriage on april 23 miss Wilma g. Overwald. The Tives of the couple As guests daughter of or. And mrs. A. J.1 assisting with the serving were Overwald. Hanover Kan., and Gil miss Joyce Wilson miss Mary Ann Bert Jandera. Son of Harry Jan Landoll miss Caro Swoboda and Dera also of Hanover Kan., and miss Cecelia Dicker. Mrs. Agnes Drake Mcpherson. The brides table was entered Kan., were United in marriage at with a four tier Square wedding 8 a. In. April 23rd at St. Johns cake topped with a miniature Catholic Church Hanover. Bride and Groom. The cake was of. Rev. Msgr. Henry j. Gesen baked and decorated by the brides sandwiches. Baskets of White Gladioli and White Stock appointed the altar. A a _ _. A blend is easier to spread when n i d u # the brides Mother wore a Navy serving were mrs. C. J. Deves. Daughter of or. And mrs. Karl Frozen than when soft and Crum Beverly Robson of Lincoln crepe dress with White accessory mrs. Adolph Forke mrs. Ray fill Bri Kinan Geneva became the ios. She wore a Pink Corsage of and mrs. Merle Huttenmaier. Bride of Kimon t. Karabatsos carnations. The grooms Mother wore a la Ender dress with White dots and \ bite accessories. She wore a v bite Corsage of carnations. Reception immediately following the ceremony a reception was Given in St. Just think Only on place setting will Complete mrs. Merle Huttenmaier also arson of or and mrs. Tom Kara ranged the Flowers. Batsos Fairbury on april 21, at after a reception a dinner was the first methodist Church of Given at the Home of the Bride Geneva. By parents for the immediate or. Frank e. Pfantz performed families and wedding party. The ceremony in the presence of the Bride attended St. Joseph 2l-0 guests. The altar was banked and Beatrice senior High school with Woodward a Fern and baskets a of Ong stemmed lilies. Organist was mrs. Willard Foster Geneva. The Bride the brides Blush Pink Nylon gown had an Empire bodice with a bouffant skirt falling to a Chapel train. The Finger tip length veil of illusion was held by a Crown of Iri Crescent sequins and seed pearls. Attendants Matron of Honor was mrs. William k. Bri Kinan Shickley and bridesmaids were miss Jane Dep pen Lincoln. Mrs. James Terry i Lincoln miss Mary Kurz. Washington d c., and miss Sophie Karabatsos. Sister of the Groom. The attendants wore Pink Nylon Chiffon dresses which featured shirred bodice and Waltz length. A serving his brother As Best Man was George Karabatsos of Washington d c., and Ushers were William k. Bri Kinan Shickley brother of the Bride William a Mon and George Abbott both of Washington d c., and Nick Karabatsos. Fairbury Cousin of the Groom. Reception a reception was held following blvd. The chill from Frere slices j�?T1 you truly Quot and lire put together in closely wrapped j Rayer Accord named by sandwiches keeps the filling in Bea so the Bride and to to glad my Thole was Sterling from Weigel s confidentially dad s already told me 111 get that lost place setting As a graduation gift. And Mother says ifs so smart to collect Sterling the Way i be collected mine. And when i do get married i la have my Wallace Sterling to use right away. We have your graduates Sterling pattern registered. Pieces in pattern Are available to fit every purse. Weigela a jewelry Horntown Stamps Are like Cash at Weigela a. The Bride an Greningen Adams. I tween fresh even keeps lettuce Crisp for several hours. That chill Hie Bride Given in marriage also helps keep other foods in the by father chose traditional lunch Box cold. Then when the a White for gown of Chantilly slices thaw they have the Char-1lace and net styled with a folded act Ristics of fresh bread. All in bodice. The floor length skirt was All it May be considered a a a Cool accented with a front panel of net idea especially in warm weather i ruffles and a Over skirt of lace. When lunches often suffer from a Brief jacket completed gown hot weather. Izier Vel of imported illusion was the Best Way to keep bread fun a or he length and fell from a fresh and avoid staling is to keep Tiara of Lelce and pearls. She it Frozen. In the Freezer the carried a White Orchid mounted on Drozen food compartment or even a Quot bite Bible. In the ice cube compartment of attendants the refrigerator. Many families j mrs. Billy r. Pack Garland Purchase a Supply of bread for a was Matron of Honor. She wore a place by a Tiara of lace and Rhine week or two and keep it in their j full length gown of Pink and car stones jewelry consisted of freezers. Frozen sliced loaves Are ried a Cascade bouquet of Pink and Nat Chang earrings which were a especially convenient because the slices separate readily without thawing and May be used Frozen hues officiated at the double ring ceremony at a nuptial High mass. Sister miss Regina Overall. Both the Bride and Groom at the altar of the Church was Beau tended schools in the Hanover pitifully decorated with bouquets of Finity. Or. Jandera served two White easter lilies and Pink snap years in the army dragons. Following a wedding trip of a few mrs. Wilbur Bruna. Hanover Days the couple is now of Home Kan., was organist and accompany 00 a farm nine Miles Southwest of red the soloist. Miss Mary Carol Hanover Kan. Vlach also of number of radios in the United i. States increased from 51,000,000 the Bride wore a Loor length t0 dress of traditional White Satin. Rhinestone sprinkled lace scrolls outlined the round inserted neck Yoke of sculptured bodice. Long fitted sleeves tapered to Points Over the wrists. The voluminous skirt was circled by two wide tucks ending in deep Vas in the Back. double fingertip length veil of Nylon net was edged by wide Chantilly lace and held ,000,000 in a ten year period. General Jackson was Given the name of Quot Stonewall by Gen. Bernard e. Bee in the first Battle of Bull run. Ring y01r sick watch to Stratford jeweler 119 no. 6th Beatrice we rive Community Stamps. N not Only for sandwiches but also Johnny Walker both of the Lin for toasting. A Frozen loaf thaws Coin air Force base. Lighting the in 3 or 4 hours at room tempera j candles were Russell Ahrends Bro White carnations. Or. Billy of the Groom. She carried a pack. Garland served As Best Man. Bouquet of american Beauty Ros Ushers were Eugene Nutter and is bed with White Satin ribbon. Attendants miss Velda Overwald. Sister of the Bride was maid of Honor and Ture. Frozen slices thaw More quickly. Mothers White ice water cake 1/2 cup butter v/2 cup sugar 3 cups cake flour i Teaspoon Vanilla i cups ice water 4 egg Whites 6 Teaspoons baking powder 1. Cream together butter and sugar. 2. Sift and measure flour. Ther of the Bride and Gary Vande Wege Cousin of the Bride. The brides Mother wore a Lavender dress with White accessories. She miss Regina Overwald sister of the Bride was bridesmaid. T h eve wore identical floor length dresses of net Over taffeta in Maize and wore a White and Pink Carnation Aqua styled with fitted Petal bodices full net Over skirts circled Corsage. Reception a reception was Given in the Church basement immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Hazel Eicher. Lincoln Cut the cake. Mrs. Ann Vandewege miss Jesse Utheil and mrs. Levert Docter assisted in the Kitchen. Serving were miss Edna Huenink and Phyllis 3. Combine ice water and Vail there ceremony by the brides a parents in the Community club 4 add flour and ice water alter House which was decorated in Natell to the creamed mixture. Woodward a Fern and baskets of 5 3eat egg Whites to Frothy Pink Gladioli and White Snadra stage add 2 Teaspoons baking Pim. Gens. By two rows of ruffled net. And fitted boleros. Both carried Colon j Ial bouquets of yellow and White mums and carnations. Aaron ring Hanover Kan., was Best Man and Elmer Overwald Hanover brother of the Bride was groomsman. Clarence Turk Cousin of the Bride and Wilbur Bruna. Cousin of the Vandergriend. The gifts were a j ranged by miss Glarice Klein Lin Broom served As Ushers. Reception Firth. Miss Elvera Mischnick of _ 4. A qua , i following the ceremony a wed tha a vhf in a graduate of the a it order continue keat no and a l Adams had charge of the guest Ding breakfast was served to the of Nebraska affiliated a pm on a it in j �,.er Book. The Bride was a 1955 Grade members of the bridal party at p Beta Phi sorority and i m j a m St to a a Quot of Adams High school and has the Home of or. And mrs Charles with p. Beta Phi sorority and a Porter note will to quite stiff. Employed a unc0,b. The Lindner. At noon the wedding Din into the cat5 Bane Quot Groom attended South he in mind into the cake Batter. Neapolis Minnesota and is now Vapour into greased lined 3 9,. In he United s air Inch cake pans or a Large Jelly j Force stationed at the Lncoln r0&Quot ,.&Quot bake 35 degrees i air Force base. They Are residing at 1215 peach St., Lincoln. Member of order Eastern Star. The Groom attended the University of Nebraska and was affiliated with Delta Tau Delta fraternity graduated from the University of California and is now director of j legislative affairs for National agricultural chemical association. Following a wedding trip to Mexico City and Acapulco the couple Are at Home at Arlington towers apartments Arlington a. Family dinner or. And mrs. Percy r. Bick Are entertaining mrs. Mildred Bick Beatrice or. And mrs. Ray l. Salisbury Beatrice or. And mrs. Gene Dunham and family Lincoln or. And mrs. Harold r. Salisbury and family Lincoln and or. And mrs. R. W. Hemmingsen and family Auburn for dinner on mothers Day. Only one week left in to 25 minutes. Cooking Chicken by the Cut cooking according to the Cut is a Good Rule for Chicken As Well As meat now that so Many of the broiler Fryer chickens sell Cut up in serving pieces. These Young Birds from i-v2 to 3 pounds ready to Cook weight now account for the big share of Chicken on the Market. The meaty pieces. Legs and breast. Always Are the most popular whether for frying broiling or Barbecue. In contrast the backs necks and wings often Are problems to Home Cooks and retailers. Fried or broiled they done to offer enough meat Many people say. Or perhaps t h e meat is too difficult to separate from the Bone after dry heat cooking. Even when there a such a wide spread in Price to that Bony pieces Are a bargain they often done to sell Well. And the homemaker who buys a whole Bird Cut up and packaged often finds that the Bony pieces a go one answer seems to be to Cook the two kinds of pieces by different methods. Broil or Fry the meaty pieces for one meal and use moist cooking for the Bony pieces for another meal. Cover the Bony pieces with water and add a Little chopped onion celery or other vegetable or herbs for flavor. Simmer about an hour or until the meat comes off the Bones easily. Then use the meat and thickened Broth to serve Over Toast Rice or dumplings. Perhaps with a Small can of mushrooms added. Or use the meat and Broth for Chicken a la King or salad or sandwiches. was served at the american legion auxiliary Hall by the auxiliary member to the members of the wedding party with msgr. Henry j. 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