Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 5, 1978 · Page 4
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, January 5, 1978
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4—Ukiab Paily Journal, Ukiahr Calif. Thursday, January 5, 1978 Programs on pruning and geothermai energy meetings semmar "Pruning the Home Garden" and "Geothermal Development" are,programs scheduled for this month by die Kosmos Garden Club. Hie first, the program on pruning, will be presented by Rex Hayes, Mendocino Community College instructor, for the Jan. 12 meeting of the club at 1:30 p.m.6 at • the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse, comer of Church ^nd Oak streets, yidah. • , The second, oh geothermal Yokayo PTA making plans for big move The Parent-Teacher Association at Yokayo School is planning a parents meeting in March to make preparations for the school's move from its present site to Pomolita. No money has been set aside for renovating the Pomolita school buildings for the elementary school pupils at Yokayo, and it will be necessary for the PTA to acquire volunteers to help paint and prepare the classrooms, as well ^s to move the furnishings, according to Elizabeth Wallen, this year's PTA president. Elizabeth says that Yokayo parents have been really cooperative in volunteering Post Christmas exercise; dance classes their time for school programs. She says they are planning a parade for the moving of the Yokayo school sign to the old Pomolita campus. Of course, nothing can be done until the Pomolita classrooms are cleared by that school's move to the present high school campus, Mrs. Wallen states. And the Pomolita move will hav£ to wait until the high school rooms are cleared in the high school's move to the ,neW campus on Low Gap I^oad, she reminds. In the meantime 10 members of the Parent-Teacher group at Yokayo are acting as volunteer crossing guards at. the Clay and Dora streets intersection, where two pedestrians were struck by an automobile last year. Crossing guards are Carol Graeber, Arlene Keefe, Kim Van •Housen, Marilyn jBoosinger, Karen Meyer, Vernlyn Famsworth, Linda Howard, Lynda Myers, Sheryl Holtzhouser, and Mrls"."'Wailen. development, will be presented by a representative of the Bure{tu of Land Management in Ukiah. This will be for the Jan. 26 meeting, which also will be held in the Saturday Afternoon QuDhouse at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses for the Jan. 12 meeting will be th^ Mesdames Roland Graf, A.J. Link, Ted Eriksen, William Sanders and Christine Miller. Hostesses for the later meeting will be the Mesdames Vernon Egli, L.L. Kinney, Lavern Starmer, F.L. Wager and Larry Camp. planned by Aglow The Ukiah- .Aglow Fellowship will begin the "New Year" with a two part seminar on the Holy Spirit, to be held on the regular meeting dates in January and February. Part one: "A Scriptural Outline of the Baptism of,the Holy Spirit," will be taught by Beverly LaBone, at'the Aglow Fellowship on Tuesday, Jan. lo; This first study will cover questions such as who and what' is the Holy Spirit?; where is the Holy Spirit and how does he appear?; who is the baptizer in the Holy Spirit Parents Co-Operative votes P.E. equipment The Parents Co-operative at; their activities over the River School is planning on * telephone. This requires less and how do ^ou know you have received the baptism? Part two of the seminar will be taught at the Feb. 8 meeting. This seminar will deal with the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit, their identity and operation, and the potential of a Christian to exercise all of the nine^ n'^ahifestations. "If it is your desire to be used of Gpd in a greater measure then come and learn how the Holy Spirit in you can and will produce devine energy to accomplish His purpose — making the impossible possible." says the instructor. The fellowship meets at the Manor Inn, 920 N. State St., at 9:30 a.m., on the second Tues- .day of each month. Baby sitting is provided for preschool children at 395 N. Barnes St. Coffee, tea and doughnuts are served and a free will offering is taken to cover expenses. Additional information about the Aglow Fellowship), may be obtained by calling 462-7945 or 462-3044, Toybrary dates announced "To the Chinese. Cooking is a distinctive art form — one that should delight the senses. The techniques of this art were developed long ago and have been refined over thousands of years. A well-prepared Chinese dish should appeal to more senses than the one of taste. It should be fragrant and pleasing to the eye,, with contrasting, flavors and textures Within the meal. Beef with Broccoli and Egg Fried Rice are two dishes that meet the requirements for well-prepared Chinese food. The bright green broccoli offers a pleasing contrast to the beef — in color, taste and texture. This fragrant dish makes a delicious meal when accompanied by fluffy Egg Fried Rice. BEEF WITH BROCCOLI 2 pkg. (IX) oz. eaph) frozen broccoli spears, partially thawed or 1 bunch fresh broccoli 1/^ lb. flank steak, thinly sliced across grain 2 tsp. cornstarch 1 tsp. sugar 1/4 tsp. ground ginger 1 t^. soy sauce Water , , , 1 clove garlic, crushed ,5 tbs. p^nut oil 1 can (8-oz) sliced bamboo' shoots, drained '/^ c. sliced fresh mushrooms l'/2 tsp. salt Cut broccoli flowerets and stems into 1% inch lengths, about »/i-inch wide, set aside. Cut steak slices into 2x1- inch pieces. In a small bowl combine 1 teaspoon corn- A good opportunity to work off the extra poundage put on by those Christmas treats is being offered Ukiahans at Mendocino Dance Academy. There ate ballet classes and P h ppcp I nwp rc jazz exercise classes on Tues- ^"^C^^ lUWCiD day, Thursday and Fri^lay mornings, Nori Shields, in- stfuctbr, reports. Sharon Jones teaches ballet Tuesday mornings from 10 to 11^ and Friday from 9:30 to , 10:30. Classes in jazz dance exercise are being taught on Tuesdays from 9 to 10, and on Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30, by Nori. Nori also includes a bit of yoga and modem dance for those interested. New students may register during January, according to the instructor. For additional information those interested may call 462-3141. The Pilgrims stocked cheese in the Mayflower pantry for their voyage to America in 1620. This is still a nation of cheese lovers, eating twice as much cheese now as 20 years ago, or about 14 pounds per capita per year. Each a winner When planning a party for small children make sure there is a prize for every child, even if it's for having the longest hair, bluest shirt, etc. It isn't the size of the prize, it's having ' everyone a winner that's important to the success of the party. purchasing some athletic equipment for the school and helping with the mailing of usedfbp.oks to children in the Philippine Islands. ,The group voted on, these e:fpenditures recently and is aWaiting student body .qction before concluding this business, according to Arlene Shippey, president of the Co- Operative. Proceeds from the organization's ' Halloween Carnival are being used for the planned expenditures. Among the projects planned by the Co-Operative for the final semester of school is another children's play. The organization sponsored a play in December by the Children's Theater, and expects to sponsor another program for children in the spring. The co-operative organization at River School is quite different from the usual parent group, according to Mrs. Shippey. Often, instead of meetings, the parents plan time away from their homes for January and families in preparation for their many activities in cooperation with the school. Dates to keep Jan. 5 — Cottey College dinner,6 p.m., Room' C, Los Robles Lodge, Santa Rosa. PEO sponsored workshops 7:30 p.m. Jan. 5 — Mendo-Lake Chapter, California Credit Union League, 7:30 p.m., Broiler Steak House, Redwood Valley. Jan. 5 — Volleyball for single adults (SARG), 7:30 p.m.f United Qsiemodist Qiurch social hall^^mith and Bush streets, Ukialf. Entrance^ (HI Bush. Jan. 6 — Ukiah"~tirange meeting and installation of lOfficiers, 8 p.m., 740 S. State Street, > Jan. 6 — Family . Health Services, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Coupty I^ealth Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah, Call 468-4461. Family Planning Clinic and pregnancy.tests, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 468-4471. Jan. 6 — Family Planning ainic, 10 a.m.. to 2 p.m., Women's Improvement Club building, 71 E. Commerical St., WiUits. Jan. 6 — Redwood Valley TOPS (take off pounds sensibly), 9 a.m., Redwood Valley Grange Hall. Jan. 9 — Toybrary, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Mendocino County Library, comer of Perkins and Main streets, Ukiah. Jan. 9 — Family Planning ainic refills and pregnancy tests, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.. County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call 468^71. " Jan. 9 — Family Planning Clinic,11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Episcopal Church, corner of Fir and Franklin Streets, Fort Bragg. Call 9644713. , Jan. 9 — Hpalth Nurse visit and WIC (Women's, Infants and Children's Supplemental Food and Nutrition Projgram 9:30 a.m.- to 12, Anderson Valley Health Cepter, Boonville. Call 895-3472 or 3477. Jan. 9 —WIC, 10:30, a.m. to 12 , 280 Main St. Point Arena. Call 882-2866. Jan. 9 — Frank Zeek PTA board meeting, 8 a.m., at the school, 500 Low Gap Road, Ukiah. Jan. 10 — Family Health Services, 10:30 a,,m. to 1:30 p.m.; Lutheran Church social hall, Laytonville; immunizations, T.B. skin tests, blood pressure readings and WIC, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call i-6310. Jan. 10 — TOPS (take off pounds sensibly), 7 p.m., recreation room, Autumn Leaves, 425 E. Gobbi St., Ukiah. Jan. 10— Aglow Fellowship, 9:30 Manor Inn, 920 N. State St,, Ukiah. Jan. 10—Health Nurse visit, 10:30 to 11;30 a.m. Westport Post office. Call Enterprise 13636. Jan. 11 — Health Nurse visit, 1:30 to 2:30p.m., Albion. Call Enterprise 13636. Teens taught to resist smoking ads Fewer junior high school students begin smoking if they are taught to cope with peer pressure and advertising, according to preliminary data from a three-year study. Giving the youngsters the facts about the immediate rather than the long-term health consequences of smoking also was found helpful. The techniques employed by the psychologists who conducted the study in Houston, Texas, included showing films to seventh grade Students on pressures to smoke and on the effects of carbon monoxide gas on the heart and circulatory system. The youngsters were taught to analyze and understand advertising, advertising. The preliinary data was presented to the ,50th Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association held recently in Miami Beach, Florida. Toybrary, a pre school play groj^ and toy lending library,, itieets at the Mendocino Ctounty Library, Perkins and Main streets, Ukiah, on alternating Monday:^ and Tuesdays from 10 a;m, to 11:30, according to director Ann Brigham. The dates for Toybrary in January are as follows: Monday, Jan. 9; Tuesday, Jan, 17; Monday, Jan. 23; and Tuesday Jan. 31. Parents and children from birth to six years of age are welcome, according to Mrs. Brigham, After attending Toybrary for three weeks, parent and child, or children, may take home a toy for their enjoyment. Dianne Cooper will aid parents on Mondays and Ann Brigham will aid them on Tuesdays. Any questions about Toybrary may be directed to Ann, at 462-8023, or to Dianne, at 462-0676. Frank Zeek PTA board meeting Officers of the Parent- Teacher Association at Frank Zeek will be meeting Monday at 8 a.m. at the school to work on the PTA schedule for February, Carol Kueneman, president, reported today. PREPARING BROCCOLI — For tender, quick cooking broccoli, break .flowerets-with-stems^from large stems of fresh plant. Using a sharp paring knife, start from the bottom of each stem and peel back tough outer layer, Jerk knife at base of flowerets to detach layer. Cut large stem into smaller pieces about the same size as flowerets. . FLANK STEAK — To prepare flank steak for "Beef with Broccoli," cut steak with cleaver along the grain into long strips about 1 and 1/2 inches wide. Then cut each strip across the grain into 1/4 inch slices. Cutting across the grain helps to'tenderize meat. starch, V4 teaspoon sugar, ginger, soy saiice, 1V4 teaspoons water and garlic; Mend well. Stir in beef; set aside. Preheat wok; . pour in 2 tablespoons peanut oil. Add beef;' stir-fry 1 minute, until meat loses red color. Return beef to bowl. keat remaining 3 tablespoons peanut oil in wt*. Stir in broccoli, bamboo shoots, and mushrooms; stir- fry 2 minutes. Add salt, remaining 3/4 teaspoon sugar and 2 tablespoons water; mix well. Cook 1 minute, stirring occasionally. Add meat; cook and stir 1 minute. Blend together remaining 1 teaspoon cornstarch and 1 tablespoon water. Add to wok. Cook, stirring until slightly thickened. Makes four servings. If using fresh broccoli, Ix-eak flowerets with stems from large stems. Peel skin from large and small stems. EGG FRIED RICE 3 tbs. Peanut Oil 2 eggs, beateri , 2 tbs. chopped scallions, including tops 3 c. unsalted cold cooked rice, grains separated 1 tsp. salt Heat wok on high heat for 30 seconds. Add 1 tablespoon peanut oil. Pour in eggs ^nd stir lightly about 45 seconds, or until eggs are set, Renipve eggs. Break into bite-size pieced. Set aside. Add remaining 2 tablespoons peanut oil to wok. Add scallions and stir-fry over high flame about 1 minute, strtring- occasionally. Add rice; stir-fry about 2 minutes. I^rinkle with salt and toss Well. Add eggs to rice mixture; stir-fry abouM minute. , Makes six servings. HAM AND EGG FRIED RICE: Proceed as above but after adding salt, stir in Vis cufp: diced cooked ham and cup frozen peas, thawed. Stir-fry 1 to 2 minutes. Add cooked eggs. Stir-fry 1 minute! BEEF AND EGG FRIED RICE: Fry Vz pound ground beef round; crumbling meat as it cooksi Set aside. Follow IM-ocedure as in Egg Fried Rice, When cooked eggs are added, stir in prepared beef and. % teaspoon additional salt. Stir-fry i minute. Turn off flame. Stir in 2 cups lettuce, sliced in thin strips. Popcorn Pizzazz The Incas popped com to use for decorative purposes. Today we pop the blossomed kernels into our mouths. Here's a quick and,easy way to give popcorn pizzazz. Melt 3 to 4 tablespoons butter and pour over 2 quarts freshly popped corn. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon garlic salt. Toss thoroughly And serve hot. PLAID CULOTTES — this blouson and culotte combination ;,in rust and blue may convince young girls to give up their blue jeans once \n a while. Blouson is worn over rust cowl-necked sweater for these cooler days.;

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