The Clarksdale Press Register from Clarksdale, Mississippi on August 4, 1982 · 3
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People Today 3A Wednesday Afternoon, August 4, 1982 Miss Carr, Mr. Hehmeyer will marry Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rembert Carr Sr. of Clarksdale announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Susan Mc-Cadden, to Philip Leland Hehmeyer, both of New York City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hehmeyer of Oxford. The ceremony will take place Sept. 4 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church. Grandparents of the bride-elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clark Carr Sr. and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Erb. A graduate of Lausanne School for Girls in Memphis, Miss Carr attended the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where she received a B.A. degree in theatre arts, and the University of Spain in Madrid.She was a member of the Junior Civitan Club in Memphis and the District of Columbia Public Interest Research Group (D.C.PIRG). The bride-elect also attended the American Academy of Dramatic Art and Katherine Gibbs School in New York. She is employed by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company and is active in Vermont summer stock theatre. Mr. Hehmeyer is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Hehmeyer, the late Mrs. Margaret Leland Herbine and the late Shirley F. Key. A graduate of East High School in Memphis, the prospective bridegroom attended the University of the South at Sewanee, Term., where he received a B.A. degree in English literature and was a member and twice elected president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater- Nurses pinned during ceremonies Fourteen graduates of the Phillips County Community College Practical Nurse Program, four of whom are from Clarksdale, were pinned during ceremonies held in the institution's Nursing Auditorium July 22. The traditional event honors students who have successfully completed the school's Contract? yBJayandSteve Becker Bridge West dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH AKQ84 ?643 OJ K 742 WEST EAST 9 6 J10 3 2 ?K9 ?A2 OA 10 9 8 4 3 OKQ765 10 6 5 J9 SOUTH 7 5 ?Q J 10 8 7 5 02 AQ83 The bidding: West North East South Pass 1 Pass INT Pass 2 Pass 3? Pass 4 ? Opening lead ace of diamonds. One deal doesn't prove a theory, so this example from the final of the Vanderbilt doesn't prove that weak two-bids are the remedy for all ills. Consider this hand where, at the first table, South got to four hearts and made it, losing the obvious three tricks. But at the second table the bidding went: West North 20 24 Pass Pass East 50 Pass South 5? IF YOU LIKE CATFISH YOU'LL LCVE ARNOLD'S CATFISH NUGGETS INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL CATFISH NUGGET DINNER Includes Catfish, Slaw, & Roll. OFFER GOOD Ro. '2.95 WED. AUG. 4 THURS.. AUG. 5 FRI., AUG. 6 k -t - . '. - Miss Susan McCadden Cam nity. He is presently a member of the Sewanee Club of New York City. While serving in the U.S. Army, Mr. Hehmeyer received the Good ten and one-half month program. The local graduates are Vanella Campbell, Ida Noah, Dale Peacock and Floretta Wilson of Clarksdale. Mrs. Mary Goza, Director of PCCC's Department of Nursing, presented the graduates following a congratulatory address by Mrs. Ellen King, Director of Quality West's two-diamond bid indicated a hand containing a six-card diamond suit and considerably less in high cards than a normal opening one-bid. As usual with weak two-bids, its chief purpose was to clog up the bidding and in that way stop the opponents from reaching their best contract. North's two-spade overcall was normal enough, but East's leap to five diamonds was not. East realized that his partner could not make five diamonds, since he had started with a weak two-bid. But East also realized that North-South had a game somewhere in the hand, and he therefore chose to throw a spanner into the works by leaping to five diamonds. It is hard to blame South for bidding five hearts. From his viewpoint, a pass or a double were both unthinkable though either of these calls would have worked better in the actual case. Five hearts closed the bidding and South went down one for a loss of 100 points. So the end result was that the successful team gained 720 points on the deal which doesn't prove that weak two-bids always succeed, but leaves one with the feeling that there must be at least some advantage to adding them to one's bag of tricks. $049 Pi . t sf rfU Conduct Medal and Vietnam Service Medal. He is chairman of the board and floor trader of the New York Cotton Exchange. Assurance at the Helena Hospital. Mrs. Marzee Chancey, instructor in the Practical Nurse Program, presented diplomas to the graduates. School pins were presented by Mrs. Jewell Naylor, also an instructor in the Practical Nursing Program. The Rev. Walter Debro, Jr., assistant pastor of St. John's Church, gave the invocation and benediction. A reception honoring the graduates was held immediately following the ceremony. i - f - m memmrypmM nmj;tygarj : if J--- J'- - ' I " .J Sectional Center ManagerPostmaster J.W. Poole recently announced the selection of Brenda W. McKee as offfcer-in-charge of the Dundee post office. Ms. McKee is presently a PTF clerkcarrier at the Marks office. She will assume the new position Friday, Aug. 6. Upon completion of this assignment, Ms. McKee will return to the Marks office. THE SUMNER DENTAL CLINIC 402 EAST COURT STREET SUMNER, MISS. WILL OPEN AUGUST 10, 1982' MICHAEL S. PERSON, DDS AND CHARLES M. SHIELDS, DDS General and Family Dentistry For Appointment Call 375-8095 Beginning August 5 Pungent garlic: the 'atomic bomb of the vegetable world' By ANNO. RUSHING Extension Marketing Specialist Garlic, the most controversial addition to food, might be described as the "atomic bomb of the vegetable world." Garlic, closely allied to the onion, is a member of the lily family and has a very distinguished background. It is a native of Western Asia and the Mediterranean and has been in cultivation for centuries. The garlic root is a compound bulb consisting of several smaller sections, or cloves, which are enveloped by a common skin or membrane. It differs from the onion by being more powerful in its effects and more distinctive in its taste. Always store garlic in a dry, cool, dark area, away from onions and potatoes. Good in almost any dish, garlic is used mainly to flavor meats, vegetables, stews, soups, salads, dressings, tomato dishes, spaghetti sauces and in the preparation of pickles and sausages. A medium-sized bulb contains about 74 percent water, 20 percent carbohydrate and small amounts of protein, fat, ash and fiber. There are 450 calories per pound or only a few per bulb. The distinguishing feature of garlic is its odor, which is supplied Branda Lynn Striplin Mr. and Mrs. Henry David Striplin Jr. of Lyon announce the birth of a daughter, Branda Lynn, born Aug. 1 at the Medical Center. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry David Striplin of Clarksdale. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris of Lyon. Paternal great-grandmothers are Mrs. Earnestine Swindoll of Clarksdale and Mrs. Eva Bagiow of Honolulu, Hawaii. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Odis Cloninger of Pearl and the late Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Morris of Tut-wiler. n n ft Medicaid Accepted by organic sulphus compounds. Three general types of garlic are grown throughout the world: the Creole, Italian and Tahiti. The Creole generally has larger cloves, while the Italian has the smallest cloves with the strongest flavor and the cloves are pinkish in color. The Tahiti has large, individual cloves that are generally darker in color. Most experts claim this type is not a true garlic and call it "elephant garlic." The strong pungent odor of garlic will penetrate all foods close to it unless you keep it in a closed jar. Ideal long storage would be to place the cloves of garlic in a jar with the lid loose and store in a dark, dry area at 30-40 degrees. Since home storage facilities are not 30-40 degrees unless in the refrigerator where there's moisture, it's best to buy small amounts that you can use within several weeks. Most of our garlic comes from California. Some is imported from Mexico, taly, Spain and Peru. Some home gardners grow their own. Bulbs planted in March are ready for harvest in July or August. - Supplies are fairly constant year round and heaviest during July, August, and September. Garlic has much folklore attached. In ancient Rome, laborers were made to eat garlic for strength, soldiers ate it for courage. The Egyptian work force building the New arrivals Daniel Ross Willis Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dwayne Willis of 1310 West Second, Apt. 209, announce the birth of a son, Daniel Ross, born July 30 at the Medical Center. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Willis of Clarksdale. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Alice Crabb of Lyon and the late Millard Patterson. Great-grandparents are Wesley Willis of Marks and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Burr of Clarksdale. Ricky Eugene Todd Jr. - Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Eugene Todd of Lyon announce the birth of a son, Ricky Eugene Jr., born Aug. 1 at the Medical Center. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Todd of Clarksdale. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin of Mattson. Paternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellis of Lyon and Mrs. J. P. Todd of Jackson and the late Mr. Todd. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gamble and Mrs. Jessie Martin, all of Man-el, Ark., and the late Mr. Martin. Paternal great-great- grandfather is David Demaree of Lyon. The infant is welcomed by a sister, Jennifer. JADE GATE BEAUTY SALON Open Monday thru Friday Westgate Shopping Center DIAL 627-3066 Remodeling Sale Vl Off Entire Stock Of Candles Macrame Ropes Wood Candlesticks 'Oriental WESTGATE SHOPPING CTR. Pyramids were obligated to eat garlic. In Greece, convicted criminals were made to take it as a soul -cleansing agent. Many claims of medicinal uses have been made. An English writer claims that in India, garlic has been a favorite for centuries for "improving the voice, intellect, complexion and promoting the union of fractured bones and helping to cure nearly all the ills that flesh is heir to". In Rome, garlic was declared to be a remedy for 61 ailments. While we cannot substantiate these claims, the Food and Drug Research Laboratories in New York in 1959 said: "For some time it has been known that compounds derived from garlic have a pronounced bactericidal effect which has been attributed to their reactivity for sulfhydrye groups essential for the action of enzymes." Learn to use garlic to enhance foods. Cook a split clove of garlic in stew or soup for flavor. Remove before serving. Stick the garlic on a skewer (or tooth pick for easy removal). A small squeeze of garlic is just right for lots of recipes. Use a garlic press or use the back of spoon against a small bowl or a mortor and pestle to crush garlic with salt. The salt softens the bulb for easier crushing. Fresh garlic flavor is usually superior to that of powdered and salted forms. Rhett Wiley Ruscoe Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wiley Ruscoe Jr. of Shelby announce the birth of a son, Rhett Wiley, born July 30 at the Medical Center. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wiley Ruscoe Sr. of Leland. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fulcher of : Greenville. Paternal great-grandparents are Mrs. James Matthews of Leland and the late Cleo Herbert Palmer and Mrs. H.C. Ruscoe Sr. of Greenwood and the late Mr. Ruscoe. Maternal great-grandparents are, Mrs. O.B. Edwards of Noxapater and the late Mr. Edwards and Mrs. R.L. Fulcher of Louisville and the late Mr. Fulcher. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK! Ideal Gift For Shut-Ins And All Ages UNUSUAL JIGSAW PUZZLES By Eaton Suitable For Framing From The Treasure Collection Over 500 Pieces REGULAR $60 s7.00 kJ 253DehaAve Dial 624-8385 Clarksdale, Ms. Wtdwlhp (WM limn rt IXHu Wicker & Selected Baskets Brass Silk Flowers Williamsburg Glass Globes Accessories ' W XUXVf CLARKSDALE iUQUET"158

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