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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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13E--Au S ii 8t j7.,972 Sunday How to Buv Married 65 Years An open reception is planned from 2 to 5 p.m on bept 3 to honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Mollohan as they celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary in their home at 405 Elk St., Gassaway. They were married Sept. 1, 1907 by the late Rev. "Uncle JNewt Dean, and for many years they have been active members of the Gassaway Baptist Church He is retired from the BO Railroad Co after 48 years service. She is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. George Shawver and his parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mollohan, all of Braxton County They have two sons, Paul of Dunbar, and Kay of Charlton Heights, who will be hosts for the open house. They also have five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Deborah Elkins Bride Of Charles E. Bostic Miss Deborah L. Elkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Elkins of Marmet, became the bride of Charles E. Bostic. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bostie of Dry Branch, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Lens Creek Baptist Church. The Rev. Dorsey McCormick officiated and music was provided by Miss Debra Harless. MRS. C. K. BOSTIC . . . former Deborah Elkins Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of voile and Venise lace styled with a scoop neckline and Camelot sleeves in the lace bodice and lace- bordered gathered 1 voile skirt. A profile headdress of matching lace held her lace-edged illusion veil and she carried yellow pompons, white daisies and baby's breath. * * * MRS. KAREN ELLIS was matron of honor for her sister and another sister. Christi Elkins, was junior bridesmaid. Kimberly Elkins, also a sister, was flowergirl. Tim Hughes was best man and usher was Harry Bostic, brother of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the home of the bride, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live at 900'/i California Ave., Marmet. Mr. and Mrs. Bostic graduated from East Bank High School. She is a graduate of Charleston Beauty Academy and is employed by the Marmet Beauty Shop. He attended West Virginia Institute of Technology and is serving with the Army at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He has completed a tour of duty in Vietnam. Joy Ann Comer Weds ·/ James Hart Saturday HURRICANE-Miss J o y Ann Comer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holt Comer of Hurricane, became the bride of James Alan Harl, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hart of Letart, at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church of Hurricane. The Rev. Milan H. MRS. J. A. HART . . . former Joy Comer Johnson officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Gladys Ellis, Mrs. James Lazear and Jim Robinson. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown of Chantilly lace styled with a demi-toell skirt, Sabrina neckline, and bishop sleeves. A Victorian headdress held her chapel-length mantilla of silk illusion and she carried white roses, daisies, pixie carnations and baby's breath. · * * MISS PAMELA HILL was maid of honor for her cousin and Miss Jayne Hart, sister of the bridegroom. Miss Colleen Lawson, Miss Pamela Lawson and Mrs. John K. Pauley were bridesmaids. Elizabeth Ann Young was junior bridesmaid and Melissa Murray and Jimmy Montgomery were flower- girl and ringbearer. Michael Harbour was iest man and ushers were Regin aid Hart, brother of the bridegroom, Tom Haslie. John Pauley and Randy DcBonf. Brent Hart, brother of lh° b r i d e g r o o m w a s junior groomsman. Following a reception at the church, the couple lof! for a wedding trip through southern West Virginia. They will live at 2515 Main St., Apt. 1, Hurricane. Mrs. Hart graduated from Hurricane High School and attended Marshall University. She is employed by the CP Telephone Co. and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Websier Comer of Clay and Mrs. Thomas E. Young of South Charleston and the late Mr. Young. * * * HER HUSBAND, grandson of Mrs. Freda Hart. Emory Hart, Mrs. Mabel Richardson and the late Mr. Hiram Richardson, graduated from Wa- hama High School and Marshall University with a degree in business administration. He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity and was associated with WMUL-TV at Marshall. He is employed by a construction firm. The bride was honored with showers given by Colleen and Pamela Lawson, by her sorority, by Miss Jayne Hart, Mrs. Frank Gross, Mrs. Eben Comer, Mrs. Richard Hall and Mrs. Cole Tabor, and by Mrs. Richard Keene and Mrs. David Deane. The bridesmaids luncheon was at Wren's Nest and the rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's parents at Maplewood Lodge. Beat Meat Prices by Stretching With Protein By Sidney Margolius Consumer Expert for Sunday Gazette-Mail WASHINGTON-With boneless chuck typically $1.10 a pound, and medium-lean (or medium-fat) chopped beef at 93 cents, moderate-income families have been hit harder than ever this year by the high food prices of late summer. The fact is, the national meat hunger has made working people a captive of a politically-influential livestock industry bent on extracting the last dollar for its succulent product. The workingman wants meat after a hard day's work and he's b e i n g I made to pay a high price for it. I estimate that if you're at all typical, about 7 cents of every buck you earn goes just for meat. Until prices come down later this fall, the only way to beat the big price tag is to stretch meat with other protein foods. Actually, meat is not essential for a nutritious diet if you include in a meal other foods that have "complete" protein. These are foods from animal sources such as meat, poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, and, of course, fish. PROTEIN FOODS also are rated by what nutritionists call their "protein' efficiency ratio" or PER. They measure the PER by the amount of gain the food items produce in laboratory animals in compar- Perfect Anywhere PRINTED PATTERN The contdress -- crisp, comfortable, p e r f e c t o n city streets nr suburban Inues a n y w h e r e! Wolfe right in, button it tip in knits, blends. Printed Pattern 4649: NEW Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12, 14, 16, IK. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 3Vn yards 35- inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern--add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail, and Special H a n d l i n g . Send to Anne Adams;, Care of Sunday Gazette - Mail Pattern Dcpf., 243 YV'r.s-f 17th St.. Neir York. N. Y. 10011. P r i n t NAME. ADDRESS iriih ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Be a fashion winner! See 10(1 easy, fascinating styles--choose one pattern free in. all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75c INSTANT'SEWING BOOK --cut, f i t , sew modern irai/. SI.00 INSTANT FASHIOK BOOK -- ii'hat-to-w e a r answers. SI.00 Women of Moose Plan 3 Meetings This Week Three sessions are scheduled for the coming week by- Charleston Chapter 317, Women of the Moose, all of which will be held in the Moose Home at Delaware Avenue and Central Avonup. The college of regents com- mittee will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to make plans for the coming year, and the regular chapter meeting will follow at 8 p.m. the same day. The library committee will make its plans for the coming season when it meets at 7 p.m. Thursday. How Can I Q How can I make the job of cutting glass straighter and easier? A r ; y wiping clean the path of ycur glass cutter on the glass, then painting this line wif.h turpentine, mineral spirit', or any thing oil Q How can I prevent homemade jams from crystallizing 0 A. By adding a tablespoon of glycerin to a pint of jam. | This makes your jam more | transparent, and reduces the ' amount of sugar needed. I Q .What is an easier way to : remove a stubborn glass stopper from a bottle? ' A. Try revolving the neck of the bottle slowly in the heat of a burning match. The heat j will canse the neck to e*parni, ! thereby releasing the stopper. ison to the amount fed them. Interestingly, meat does not have as high a PER anwng the complete protein foods as some of the others in the group. Eggs have the highest PER, followed by fish and milk products. For the benefit of weight watchers, fish has by far the highest proportion of protein to calories (60.8), followed by chicken (42.7) eggs (33.2), beef and veal (29.3). and cheese (25.7). Eggs, incidentally are about tl e only protein food that have not gone up this year. Beef has more protein than pork; chicken more than either. But the highest-protein product among the foods from animal sources also happens to be the cheapest: nonfat dry powder. Not o n l y does it have more protein per ounce, it also has the third highest PER. SOME YOUNG PEOPLE recently have turned to "whole- grain" or other vegetarian, diets, like those based on brown rice. Such diets can be harmful to health if they omit whole-protein foods and concentrate on just a few items. None of the s o a 11 e d "whole" grains are really "complete" in their protein. Some grains, beans and nuts, however, are rich in protein and are relatively complete. These foods can be very use- ful as extenders or partial substitutes for whole-protein animal foods. Among the most useful grain and legume products for combining with meat and other expensive protein foods are soybean p r o d u c t s , wheat germ, white beans, lima beans, mung beans, peas, lentils, chick peas, and ground nuts, including their processed products such as peanut butter. These foods not only are high in protein, but the'body utilizes it well. Oatmeal, while it has less protein than the foregoing still is fairly high in protein and exceptionally high in PER, exceeded only by wheat germ in this group. Noodles and spaghetti also are medium-high in protein. Rice, even brown rice, is relatively low in protein. Parboiled or converted rice is a little richer in protein and other nutrients than common polished rice. Barley has more protein than rice, but not as much as the legume. NOW YOU CAN* see what's best to use in combination with expensive meat. Nonfat milk powder and wheat germ are especially helpful since you can mix them into meat loaf and patties, and use them for fish and poultry coatings and to add to soups" and other dishes. Unhelpful 'Helpers' One way to save money or improve nutrition is to buy the Hamburger Helper and Skillet Dinner products now being pro- moled. The manufacturers advertise that all you have to add is the meat. That, of course, ia what really costs the money. All you get for your 89 to 91 cents for the "helper" is, in one such product, a 14%-ounce can of vegetables and a packet of dried sauce: in another, about a half cup of rice, tomato sauce and flavorings: in a third, a can of sauce, about 3 ounces of noodles, and a package of dried cheese and seasoning. The high-protein grain products and legumes noted before provide ways of stretching meats that are much less costly and more nutritious. Nor is there any significant saving of time in using the ready-mixed "helpers." Some of the packages can m i s l e a d you. One says, "Makes five 6-ounce servings." That's 30 ounces. But the package gives you only 16'i ounces of ingredients. The rest of the advertised 30 ounces is the meat, rice and additional ingredients which YOU add. The manufacturer, Chun King, even kindly advises that "adding extra meat or vegetables will increase the number of servings." 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