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CLASS OF 1962 20-YEAR REUNION AUGUST 7, 1982


CORINTH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1962 20 YEAR REUNION HILLANDALE COUNTRY CLUB AUGUST 7, 1982 PROGRAM I.

INVOCATION JIM JOHNSON

II.

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS AND VISITORS JERRY NIXON

III.

PRESIDENT'S REMARKS DIANNE MILLER PAPASAN

IV.

MEMORIAL DEDICATION DAVID GREEN

V.

CLASS OF 1962 MEMORIES MILTON SANDY, JR.

VI.

PRESENTATION OF CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT MARY NELL KEMP KUHLO

VII.

AWARDS PRESENTATION CAROL WILLIAMS BRIGGS

VIII. VISITING AND ENTERTAINMENT


WINE AND CHEESE TASTING August 6, 1982 Harold and Vonceil Brewster Smith, Hosts

Milton Sandy, Jr., Enological Advisor

MISSISSIPPI WINES BACO NOIR (Thousand Oaks)- A dry, full-bodied, deep red wine made from a FrenchAmerican hybrid grape. MAGNOLIA WHITE (Thousand Oaks)- A dry, white table wine made from the Magnolia muscadine, a white variety. NIAGARA (Thousand Oaks)- A semi-dry, very fruity white wine made from the Niagara grape, a native American grape, usually light green in color. SWEET WHITE MUSCADINE (Thousand Oaks)- A traditional Southern sweet white wine made from predominantly Carlos and Magnolia varieties of white muscadines. NOBLE RED MUSCADINE (Thousand Oaks)- A semi-sweet red wine made from the Noble muscadine, a dark blue variety. RUSHING ESTATE BOTTLED MUSCADINE (Winery Rushing)- A light, fruity white wine made entirely from white varieties of native Mississippi groWn muscadines. NATIVE MISSISSIPPI CONCORD ROSE (Cruise Street Cellars)- A dry, rose wine made from Concord grapes, a native American grape grown, fermented, and bottled in Corinth, Mississippi by. Milton Sandy, Jr. PURE MUSCADINE GRAPE JUICE (A.B.McKay Food 4 Enology Lab, Mississippi State Univ.) Unfermented grape juice from Muscadine grapes produced experimentally at Mississippi State University. This sweet, distinctive fresh juice product of the muscadine is not yet available commercially but may some day be a Mississippi product as common as orange juice. MISSISSIPPI CHEESES EDAM CHEESE

CHEDDAR CHEESE

JALAPENO PEPPER CHEESE

These cheeses are regularly produced at Mississippi State University by the Dairy Science Department. Each is distinctive and among the highest quality found anywhere.


ABOUT MISSISSIPPI WINES Some of our out-of-town classmates may be - surprised to learn that in the last 5 years, Mississippi has seen the beginning of commercial grape growing and the establishment of a native wine industry. There are now four commercial wineries in operation in the State. The foundation for this native wine industry are wines made from the muscadine,'a distinctive grape found growing wild in the Southeastern United States and nowhere else in the world. Few people who grew up here in the South probably reached maturity without tasting muscadines or some homemade wine made from muscadines, but the high quality and variety of native wines being produced now in the state may surprise you. Also available, but being produced in much smaller quantity are native wines made from French-hybrid and native American grapes which are much more difficult to grow here in Mississippi than the muscadine. Also interesting is the fact that there was a history of wine-making in the state of Mississippi prior to prohibition. We have documented that wine was being produced and sold here in Corinth commercially as early as 1886 from grapes grown in Corinth. Mississippi is also fortunate to have one of the finest wine-making research facilities anywhere in the United States. The A.B.McKAY FOOD AND ENOLOGY LAB at Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, is carrying on a regular research program to aid Mississippi farmers growing grapes and Mississippi Wineries producing native wines. If you are ever in the area, it is a most interesting facility to visit and tour. Most of the Mississippi Wineries also welcome visitors and provide tours of their facilities. .

CREDITS Wines Courtesy Of: THOUSAND OAKS VINEYARDS AND WINERY, Rt.4,Box 293, Starkville, MS 39759 (601) 323-6657. Tour Manager, Peggy Burgin. WINERY RUSHING, P.O.Box F, Merigold, MS 38759. (601) 748-2731. Tour Manager, Diane Rushing. Cheese Courtesy Of: MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSIY, DAIRY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT, Drawer DD, Mississippi State, MS 39762. (601) 325-2330. Juice Courtesy Of: A.B.McKAY FOOD AND ENOLOGY LAB, P.O.Drawer NH, Mississippi State, MS 39762 (601) 325-3200 FOR A LOW COST AND UNIQUE SOUVENIR OF YOUR MISSISSIPPI VISIT, NATIVE WINES ARE AVAILABLE LOCALLY AT: (THOUSAND OAKS WINES)- Northside Pkg. Store, Shiloh Road Pkg. Store, Southgate Pkg. Stoi (WINERY RUSHING)- Van's Package Store IF YOU FIND A STORE DISPLAYING AND STORING CORKED WINES IN AN UPRIGHT POSITION, YOU SHOULD PERHAPS BUY YOUR WINES SOMEWHERE ELSE.

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