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Fort Covington sun. (Fort Covington, N.Y.) 1934-1993, June 19, 1986, Image 3

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Klemm-^Perkins M. Kukie, First Officer Michael E. Kukie, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kukie, Jr. (nee Sandra P. Pender) of Fort Covington, has been promoted to the position of First Officer by American Airlines based in Dallas, Texas. He is half of a two man crew of the Me— Donnell-Douglas DC9 Super 80, Model MD/80. Mike is a graduate of the Aeronautical School of Science of the Florida Institute of Technology and holds a Bache- lor of Science Degree in Transportation Technology. He is a graduate of Mount Assumption Institute in Plattsburgh. He was formerly a Corporation Pilot with Tho- mas, McComb and Criswold in Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klemm Karen Louise Perkins, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Perkins of Bombay, was married on April 19,1986 in the First United Methodist Church in Oneonta, N.Y. to Peter Lorenz Klemm, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Klemm of Smithtown, N.Y. The bride was given in marriage by her father and the maid of honor was M^ary Searles. Bridesmaids were Cathy and Christine Perkins. The Best Man was James Vohden and ushers were An- drew Kuhlberg and Kenneth A reception was held at Cathedral harms in Uneonta after which the couple left for a Jamaican honeymoon. The bride is a 1981 graduate of Salmon River Central School and a 1985 graduate of Hartwick College. She is presently employed-as a reg- istered nurse at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City. The groom is a 1979 grad- uate of Hauppauge High School and a 1983 graduate of Hartwick College. He is presently a sales representative for the J. P. Stevens Co. in New York City. The couple plans to reside in College Point, New York. B. Smith Graduates Bruce Smith Bruce P. Smith, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Smith of Massena* N.Y., was grad- uated Summa Cum Laude with Highest Honors in His- tory from Williams College in Massachusetts with a degree of Bachelor of Arts at the 197th Commencement exer- cises on Sunday, June 8. Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Advisor under Pres- ident Carter, was the Com- mencement speaker. Founded in 1793, Williams is a Uberal arts college of 2000 men and women. A poll of college presidents conducted in 1985 by U.S. News and World Report ranked Williams the top liberal arts college in the country. While at Williams, Bruce was named to Dean's List all semesters. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in Tiis junior year. He ^as active in the History Club, the History Department Advisory Committee, the Free Uni- versity Program, and the Williams Concert Commis- sion, and played J. V. hockey. At the graduation ceremony, he as awarded the Benedict Prize for highest standing in history and the Graves Essay Prize for the best honors thesis in history. He was also awarded the Herrchel Smith fellowship for two years of post-graduate study at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Dr. Herchel Smith, a retired organic chem- ist who received his doctoral degree from Emmanuel Col- lege, established his fellow- ships in 1979. They provide for living, educational and travel expenses for two years of 5ttidy. Bruce will-study modern history at Cambridge. The first Presidential news conference to be televised was held by President Eisen- hower on January 19,1955. Michael Kukie, |H»r panel 6'xS'Stockode Fence Ideal for Swimming Pools and Backyards Premium Superior Quality 4'x6' Panels '10.00 l'/i'x4' Long '5.00 HAND-SELECT WHITEWOOD PICKETS HEAVY DUTY ROUND TACl , n A TRACK GOTHIC POINT Al SO- Srrrtrnod qrnvnl for drivewnys, content t op soiI. NAP BEAUDIN 358-2425 June 19,1986-Fort Covington Sun-Fort Covington, NY-Page 3 What's Cooking - With Jennie? Everytime 1 submit a recipe to this column which I have found in one of my cookbooks somewhere, and in my case, my collection now exceeds some 200 cookbooks, I have always felt a bit of guilt that they are now absolutely origi- nal. Most of the things I pass on to you are original in that I have never been truly able to follow a recipe as it was writ- ten. I consider them to be guidelines rather than formu- las. That is, I felt the guilt until I discovered, WORD FOR WORD, The prize winning recipe for the Plattsburgh Press Republican recipe con- test, plus the best of category printed in the 1986 Family Circle Cookbook-and the later also in the March 1986 McCalls magazine. So, it is with great pleasure that I pass on to you this recipe which apears in \The Yankee Cookbook\ which contains recipes of the late 1800's. Someone mentioned to me that a favorite pie was rhubarb that was cooked on top of the stove first, and placed in a pie crust and covered with meringue. I found this one and tried it. It makes one small pie (8 inch). RHUBARB PIE 1 Tbsp. butter 1 VA cups sugar 2 cups rhubarb, cut in Vi inch pieces, but not peeled 2 eggs, separated 1 Tbsp. flour 4 Tbsps. sugar Melt the butter, add one cup of the sugar and the rhubarb, cook until the rhubarb is sof- tened and the sugar melted. (This is best accomplished in a covered saucepan). Mix together the remaining V\ cups of sugar and the flour. Add to the rhubarb, stir until thick- ened. Beat the egg yolks in a bowl and pour a small amount of rhubarb into the yolks. Return to rhubarb mixture and cook for about one more minute. Pour into a baked 8 inch pie crust. Beat the two egg whites until foamy, add the 4 tablsespoons of sugar, one at a time, beating until sugar is dissolved. Cover rhu- barb mixture and bake in a 350 degree oven for 10 to 15 min- utes, or until browned. Serve cold. Tucker-Hutcheon Mr. and Mrs. Allison Tucker of Westville Center announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their son, Daniel of Plattsburgh to Sharon Hutcheon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hut- cheon of Lafargeville. Daniel is a design engineer for Harris Graphics of Champlain., he graduated from Clarkson Uni- versity in 1984 with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical and industrial engineering. Sharon is a cost analyst for A. Schonbek & Co. Inc. of Plattsburgh. She is a 1985 graduate of Platsburgh State University with a bachelor of science degree in accounting. A July 19th wedding is being planned in Three Mile Bay. Fisher Airman 1st Class David L. Fisher, son of Albert G. Fisher of 2501 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, and Alice J. Fisher of 113 N-. Meridian St., Washington, Ind., has graduated from the avionic sensor systems specialist course at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo. During'the course, students were taught electronic prin- ciples and avionic sensor safety for the inspection and maintenance of reconnaissance sensors. They also earned credits toward an associate degree through the Commu- nity College of the Air Force. His wife, Lea, is the daugh- ter of Bill N. and Gloria L. Almond of Rural Route 1, Constable, N.Y. Fox Marine Lance Cpi. Brad J. Fox, son of Thomas and Virginie Manning of 435 Maple St. Road, Constable, N.Y. recently reported for duty with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Sta- tion Cherry Point, NC. He joined the Marien Corps in February 1984. Nationally Advertised BURLINGTON Pantyhose Now On Sale Buy 2 pair Get 1 pair FREE Summer Fashion Colors Available Choose from: Sunny Beige Blue Smoke Rose Smoke Oatmeal Dove Gray Sheer Navy Now thru July 1 While Supply Lasts 46 East Main Street, Malone 483-2070 STRAWBERRIES Fresh Strawberries Harvested For You (Sold by Quart) or You Pick & Save (Sold by Pound) Smith Bros. Farm A Ft. Covington Center li'tA'^\\^ 358-4498 V M.

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