The Coshocton County Beacon July 11, 2018 - Page 6

6 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com JULY 11 , 2018

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COSHOCTON- Mildred “ Millie ” Eloise ( Mowery ) Scherer , 92 , passed away Tuesday , July 03 , 2018 at Signature Healthcare .
She was born Feb . 4 , 1926 in Bethlehem Twp . to the late Walter James and Mary Elizabeth ( Zaugg ) Mowery . She was a 1943 graduate of Warsaw High School , and graduated from the Coshocton City School of Nursing in 1946 . Mildred was a Registered Nurse and worked for over 50 years , retiring from
Scherer the former Coshocton County Memorial Hospital . She also worked for four years part-time at the office of Dr . A . H . Magness .
Mildred was a 60-plus year member of the Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church , where she was active in Kid ’ s Club , Vacation Bible School , and teaching Sunday School .
She is survived by three children , Karen ( Roy ) Mizer of Warsaw , Anita Pearch of New Philadelphia , and Keith ( Trudy ) Scherer of Zanesville ; a Daughter-in-law : Cheryl Scherer of Baltic ; her grandchildren , Andy ( Darcey ) Mizer of Coshocton , Julie Mizer of Dublin , Lindsay ( Mark ) LaSala of Hilliard , Ben ( Nicole ) Pearch of Wadsworth , Chris ( Beverly ) Pearch of Gnadenhutten , Stephanie ( Mark ) Lorenz of New Albany , Jason ( Deana ) Scherer of Fresno , and Sara ( Steve ) Sargent of Lancaster ; her great-grandchildren , Allison Mizer , Charlotte & Cooper LaSala , Clayton & Scarlett Pearch , Connor , Camryn & Collin Pearch , Nicholas & Joel Lorenz , Brodie ( Ashlynd ), Brendan & Piper Scherer , and Doyle & Porter Sargent ; one great-great-grandchild expected , Oliver Scherer ; step-granddaughters , Alisha ( Keith ) Scott , Christy Fahner , LeAnna Carter ; fifteen step-great-grandchildren ; a sister , Margaret Cullison of Warsaw ; a brother , Ward ( Anita ) Mowery of Louisville , KY ; and several nieces and nephews . In addition to her parents , she was preceded in death by a son , John Scherer ; a grandchild , Christopher Scherer ; two brothers , John & Robert Mowery ; a sister-in-law , June Mowery ; and two brothers-in-law , Gene Brenneman & Jack Cullison .
Funeral services were held at 11:00 a . m . Saturday , July 7 , 2018 at Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church . Rev . Wesley George officiated . Burial was in Prairie Chapel Cemetery . Visitation was from 9:00 a . m . until service time at the church . The Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw handled arrangements . www . fischerfuneralhome . com
Memorial donations may be made to the Canal Lewisville U . M . C .
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COLUMBUS - Linda M . Broderick passed away unexpectedly on May 24 , 2018 in Columbus . She was preceded in death by her parents , John and Freda Herking of Cincinnati and her former husband , Chris Broderick , of Coshocton . Linda is survived
Broderick by her daughter , Katie ( Marc ) Antonchak of Powell , Ohio and her son , Andy ( Lindsay ) Broderick of Upper Arlington , Ohio . She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren , Jonah , Rose , and Nora Antonchak and Lily and Evie Broderick .
Linda was born in Cincinnati and was a graduate of Thomas Moore College . Her life was dedicated to children as she helped literally hundreds of little ones get a good start in life . She was instrumental in starting the Montessori Preschool in Coshocton . In the mid-eighties she was approached to start a preschool at Sacred Heart School and was director until 2003 . At that time she moved to Columbus to be closer to her kids and grandkids who meant the world to her . However , she didn ’ t forget about preschoolers as she took charge of Trinity Preschool at St . Margaret of Cortona in Hilliard . Linda felt incredibly fortunate to have met so many awesome families through her years as a teacher and remained close to many former students and their parents .
Linda is remembered as a kind-hearted , loyal friend who was so much fun to be around . She was very involved in Coshocton and was always ready to lend a hand to anyone in need . She was a great listener , which is a skill very few people possess . She was also willing to stand up for others and believed in doing the “ right ” thing .
Linda will be deeply missed by her family and friends in Coshocton , Columbus , and Cincinnati and especially by Paula , Jill and Barb .
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Find fresh kale at farmers market

Mary Meyer | Contributed
COSHOCTON- Produce is picking up at local farmers markets as we head into midsummer . Coshocton Farmers Market is a good example . Vendors there have been selling a wide variety of crops , including beets , onions , cabbage , summer squash and zucchini , green beans , carrots , basil , cilantro , and much more .
One crop that seems to thrive even in summer heat is kale . This vegetable is newer on the scene in American popularity , even though it ’ s been grown as a food crop for thousands of years .
That has changed , though , as more and more people realize the health benefits of eating kale and see chefs using it on cooking shows . An excellent source of vitamin C , kale also provides iron , vitamin A , calcium , magnesium , potassium , protein , carbohydrates and dietary fiber .
Kale can be used raw in smoothies , along with fruit and other ingredients , and baby kale leaves are often used in salads . Kale has an earthy flavor with a nutty sweetness that is accentuated when cooked . It tastes similar to broccoli when used in soups , and is delicious sautéed with garlic and onions .
The most well-known type of kale found in supermarkets has curly , light-green leaves . However , other varieties , such as Red Russian ( smoother leaves with red veins and a few frills ) and Tuscan kale ( bumpy leaves that are often called “ dinosaur kale ”) are sold at the farmers market .
Adventurous shoppers will look for new and unusual produce when browsing the market . But produce isn ’ t all that ’ s for sale . There are also many types of baked goods , artisan cheeses , maple syrup and honey , and homemade jams . Crafts include primitive décor , homemade soaps and lip balms , handmade aprons and kitchen items , and more .
This recipe using fresh kale comes from Tasteofhome . com . Penne with Kale and Onion 1 medium onion , sliced 2 tablespoons olive oil , divided 8 garlic cloves , thinly sliced 3 cups uncooked penne pasta 6 cups chopped fresh kale 1 / 2 teaspoon salt
In a large skillet , cook onion in 1 tablespoon oil over medium heat for 15-20 minutes or until onion is golden brown . Stir frequently and add the garlic during the last 2 minutes of cooking time .
Meanwhile , in a large saucepan , cook penne according to package directions . In a Dutch oven , bring 1 inch of water to a boil . Add kale ; cover and cook for 10-15 minutes or until tender ; drain .
Drain penne ; drizzle with remaining oil . Stir the salt , penne and kale into the onion mixture ; heat through . ( 6 servings )
The Coshocton Farmers Market is open 8:30 a . m . to noon Saturdays , from May through October , on the 300 block of Main Street .
6 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com |  OBITUARIES COSHOCTON- Mildred “Millie” Eloise (Mowery) Scherer, 92, passed away Tuesday, July 03, 2018 at Signature Healthcare. She was born Feb. 4, 1926 in Bethlehem Twp. to the late Walter James and Mary Elizabeth (Zaugg) Mowery. She was a 1943 graduate of Warsaw High School, and graduated from the Coshoc- ton City School of Nursing in 1946. Mildred was a Regis- tered Nurse and worked for over 50 years, retiring from Scherer the former Coshocton County Memorial Hospital. She also worked for four years part-time at the offi ce of Dr. A.H. Magness. Mildred was a 60-plus year member of the Canal Lewis- ville United Methodist Church, where she was active in Kid’s Club, Vacation Bible School, and teaching Sunday School. She is survived by three children, Karen (Roy) Mizer of Warsaw, Anita Pearch of New Philadelphia, and Keith (Trudy) Scherer of Zanesville; a Daughter-in-law: Cheryl Scherer of Baltic; her grandchildren, Andy (Darcey) Mizer of Coshocton, Julie Mizer of Dublin, Lindsay (Mark) LaSala of Hilliard, Ben (Nicole) Pearch of Wadsworth, Chris (Beverly) Pearch of Gnadenhutten, Stephanie (Mark) Lorenz of New Albany, Jason (Deana) Scherer of Fresno, and Sara (Steve) Sargent of Lancaster; her great-grandchildren, Allison Miz- er, Charlotte & Cooper LaSala, Clayton & Scarlett Pearch, Connor, Camryn & Collin Pearch, Nicholas & Joel Lorenz, Brodie (Ashlynd), Brendan & Piper Scherer, and Doyle & Porter Sargent; one great-great-grandchild expected, Oliver Scherer; step-granddaughters, Alisha (Keith) Scott, Christy Fahner, LeAnna Carter; fi fteen step-great-grandchildren; a sister, Margaret Cullison of Warsaw; a brother, Ward (Anita) Mowery of Louisville, KY; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, John Scherer; a grandchild, Christopher Scherer; two brothers, John & Robert Mowery; a sister-in-law, June Mowery; and two brothers-in-law, Gene Brenneman & Jack Cullison. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, July 7, 2018 at Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church. Rev. Wesley George offi ciated. Burial was in Prairie Chapel Cemetery. Visitation was from 9:00 a.m. until service time at the church. Th e Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw handled arrangements. www.fi scherfuneralhome.com Memorial donations may be made to the Canal Lewisville U.M.C. COLUMBUS - Linda M. Broderick passed away unexpectedly on May 24, 2018 in Columbus. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Freda Herking of Cincinnati and her former husband, Chris Broderick, of Coshocton. Broderick Linda is survived by her daughter, Katie (Marc) Antonchak of Powell, Ohio and her son, Andy (Lindsay) Broderick of Upper Arlington, Ohio. She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren, Jonah, Rose, and Nora Antonchak and Lily and Evie Broderick. Linda was born in Cincinnati and was a graduate of Th omas Moore College. Her life was dedicated to children as she helped literally hundreds of little ones get a good start in life. She was instrumental in starting the Montessori Preschool in Coshocton. In the mid-eighties she was approached to start a preschool at Sacred Heart School and was director until 2003. At that time she moved to Columbus to be closer to her kids and grandkids who meant the world to her. However, she didn’t forget about preschoolers as she took charge of Trinity Preschool at St. Margaret of Cortona in Hilliard. Linda felt incredibly fortunate to have met so many awesome families through her years as a teacher and remained close to many former students and their parents. Linda is remembered as a kind-hearted, loyal friend who was so much fun to be around. She was very involved in Coshocton and was always ready to lend a hand to anyone in need. She was a great listener, which is a skill very few people possess. She was also willing to stand up for others and believed in doing the “right” thing. Linda will be deeply missed by her family and friends in Coshocton, Columbus, and Cincinnati and especially by Paula, Jill and Barb. OPEN FOR THE SEASON! Our Own Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, South Carolina Peaches, Green Beans, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Cucumbers, Zucchinis, Candy Onions, and more. 47 TH ANNUAL ICE CREAM SOCIAL CANAL LEWISVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH HOMEMADE COOKIES 198 E. CHURCH STREET IN CANAL LEWISVILLE SATURDAY, JULY 21 ST Hours: Monday-Saturday 9-6 Sunday 10-4 740.622.8915 52441 CR16, West Lafayette, OH SERVING STARTING AT 4:30 P.M. 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