Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 9, 1976 · Page 7
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N u t r i t i o n notes Head Start youth learn about foods The Idaho Free I'rcss. Tuesday. March9,1976 - 7 Lifestyl Public invited to hear Knox iKeillor's note: March Ml is National Nutrition \Vcck in'ihe fnitfil Stales. l« conjunction with (his week, The \ews- Tribuiu 1 and Idaho Krpe Press will he ruimini; a series ol ar- llrles on various nutritional- rtlaltd programs in CanyTM Count), t NA.MPA -- The Nampa Grange Hall, at the corner of Third St South and filth Avenue in Nampa. is alive every Tuesday' through Kriday morning with tho activities o( 25- HOhusy fimr-yeiir-olds. under the direction of the local Head Start Staff The Grange Hall, made available to the Canyon County Head Slarl program by the Nampa Valley Grange, is one of three centers in the county, with two others located in the I'akKvell Labor Camp ami Ihe Golden Gale Baptist Church in Wilder A lulal of I4u children participate in Ihe federally funded Head Slarl program, which i; concerned willi oil aspects of the child's development Head Start stresses involvement of the parents in early leaching ol their children and strives to involve parenls in the planning, implementation, operation and evaluation of the program. The nutrition and health service components of the Head Mart program evaluate each child's health and nutritional s t a t u s llirouph an entrance screening program The program also provides any needed medical services, using the combined resources of the family, the center and the cmnmunity The .Nutrition component focuses on helping the family and Ihe center personnel meet their responsibilities for feeding the children. Kor Ihe parents this includes developing an understanding ol the relationship between child development and nutrient intake. Head start provides parent education for good nutrition and family food management and information on community resources (hat will help them provide adequale niilritious meals for their families. Parents of children with specific health and nutrition problems are provided eoun- celing by a registered nurse and a registered dietician on Ihe Head Start staff. Center personnel are given the training necessary to produce and serve high quality food to the children and lo teach and reinforce good food habits at school and in the family selling. At mealtime in a Head Start center, children and adults eat together in a relaxed selling. The children are active participants, helping lo set the tables, selecting and serving themselves at "-1-year-old-size" tables for groups of J to 0. Kacli table has ai least one adult present, including all s t a f f . |!.in:'U and community volunteers who are in the center at mealtime. The meals are colorful and varied, foods are used to teach concepts of color, shape and textures. Ethnic and cultural foods are served and children participate in classrnom activities built around lood. Projects in the centers ihis year have included visils lo a local orchard, fulluwcd by making applesauce hack at the cenler. making Imtter. and a .Mexican Christmas dinner, including lamales and hucrelliis made by parents at the cenler liased on Ihe premise lliat lood habils arc "caught rather than taught." the parents, leachers and other adults surrmmilmg the child play an important role in shaping the cliildV a l t i t u d e t o w a r d ac ccpling nutritious foods. Idaho wild/lowers Wildlife dines on beauty By .Marlha 1), \ollsingfr ; ' : The small pinkish-white wildflower called spring brauly is conspicuous because il is usually without floral competition when il blooms in March and early April t'UYTONlA UNTBOLATA is Idaho's most ..-,' common species although 15 species occur in i/ the Kocky Mountains. Il is classified within the family Porlu-lacaceae. ',"(.[ Spring beauties have delicate pink veins V which mark Ihe five white petals. Two opposite leaves are low on the stem and are lance-shaped, hence Ihe species name. Two green sepals brace the flower and it displays five prominent stamens. Spring hikers who seek oul this early wildflower may nol be alone. Bears value the ·;.. tuner for food. It has a radish-like taste. The c --"' ., leaves and flowers are grazed by deer, elk ;i " (l s'"*! 1 - inayl,mial'aiii-TMialii» NAMPA- Pastor Liltle of Ihe Pairvicw Church of the Nazarcne has announced a special meeting Wednesday evening, March 10, al 7 featuring the Rev. Wayne Knox as speaker. He invites ihe community lo attend. The Rev. Knox will lalk on his work in (he Nazareno Training College in Trinidad, and will present colored slides. The liev. and Mrs. Knox. missionaries in Trinidad, \Vesl Indies, arc now on furlough and holding services among Nazarcne churches. They were appointed as missionaries lo Trinidad in 1957. Mr. Knox has paslored Ihe Georgetown and New Amsterdam Churches of (tie Ma/arctic and during these limes has also served as district builder, field treasurer, and Young People's sponsor. During Ihesrj last two years. Mr, Kno\ has served as dean of the College at Trinidad, teacher and construction supervisor. Mr. Knox received his bachelor of arts degree from Pasadena College, and has done one year of graduate «ork in Ihe area of liiblical literature. Prior (o his assignment overseas, he pastured the San Leandro. California Church of the Nazarene for four years. The Knoxes have two children. Karen and Kenny. They will be making Iheir home in Wasco. Calif., during their furlough year. Fabric store holds bridal workshop Rev. Wayne Knox X A M P A - Young and fashion-minded brides-to-be can sew an elegant wedding gown that's really original for less than S35 after attending a Iree bridal workshop being held Thursday. March 23 al 7:00 p.m. at Nampa Discount Fabrics 1524 Caldwell Blvd., says Jan l.unt, educational coordinator for Ihe N'ampa store. Anyone interested may register by calling J.67--I7H1 "or by slopping by the store and leaving her name. The bridal workshop will feature a 45-minute demonstration wilh a s!cp-by-slcp slide show of fashions and sewing techniques. Yvonne Risely, home economist, will demonstrate sewing sheer and satin bridal fabrics: gluing and fusing Irims and laces; making a veil, train and headpiece; using appliques and fancy trims and 1 machine embroidery. The show will give brides-lobe an opportunity to preview Ihe large collection of spring and summer bridal fabrics and irims now available. Traditional and contemporary bridal and bridesmaid gowns will be on display. A free veil instruction sheet will be given lo each person attending. "H really is fun and easy to create a professional-looking wedding gown -- and al less The Mexican government is expropriating 7.500 acres of land for a new international airport to be located 30 miles north of Mexico Citv. April 23 wedding at Ihe First Church of ihe Nazarene in Nampa. THE KNGAGKMENT of Connie working with Foster Healing Oil I.. Bennett and Gordon I), in Boise. The couple plan an Johnson has heen announced. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kennell Jr. of Hock Springs, Wyn.. and slip attended Rock Springs High School and Northwest .\azarene College. She is employed al Eastside Klemcntary School. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Johnson of Boise and he attended Meridian High .Srlionl and Conc|iierors Rihle College in Portland, Ore. He is presently FINE FURNITURE LEGAL NOTICE P U B L I C NOTICE Nolice is Hereby given that the undersigned by virlue ol the provisions cf section ~5 806, Idaho Code, lor the purpose of break ol line because no record of tine can be located on the following coscribed vehicle 1950 Ford Pickup. Serial No. 98RC40664) L L O Y D BENNER 1019 I5lh A v e . 50 Nampa. Idaho 83651 March 9. 16. 1976 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given lhal Ihe undersignoo by virtue ol the provisions ol section 45-806. Idaho Code, for the purpose of satislying the lien lor slorage I have had this vehicle in my possession 60 days or more and will retain Ihc tille ol Ihe following described vehicle: 1967 Buick Serial No. NAMON B A R R I C K Route 1. Box 258ft Nampa. Idaho 83651 March 1, t, 1976 " PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given lhat Ihe undersigned by virtue of the provisions of section 45 B04, Idaho Code, for the purpose of break of litle because no record of tific can be loca'ed on the following tfescnbeci vehicle US? Chevrolet. Serial No O A R R E L C BEAMISH Route 3. Box 3146 Namna, Idaho S16S1 March ?, 9, 1976 DRAPERIES 660-6tti St. N. Ext. Nampa 466-0759 than one fourth the cost of a ready-made one," says Miss Risely. "Instead of paying $100. $125 or even $250, you'can save most ot thai money and spend it on your honeymoon," she adds. The bridal workshop is free In Ihe public. TIRED OF THflTOLO SAGGY LOOK Shape Up For Spring Gladys Holcomb Micky Hungate Vinella Jordan BI;I iind hotly shapei wait! IK. Plus 10% oil all New Swim Wont thru Hit; inuiMliol Maicli . . . 467-2339 Eslher Lane 466-2638 .. . 466-9745 Neva Slark 466-6791 . . . 466-8704 Estella Winters 459-7175 Hey, Gotta Minute? 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