Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
Page 27
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AtiQUSf 22, ALTON Breakfast Important For Young GAVNOtt MAfifiOfc Newipftjmf Enterprise Aftan, With the teopeMing of schools, doctors, nutritionists and lenchers urge parents to cooperate with them In teaching young children to eat a good breakfast dally before leaving for school. A survey wade In the Cleveland Public Schools in 1999-60 Indicated that over 10 per cent of the children in elementary grades did not eat a proper breakfast. At upper elementary levels, more and more of them missed breakfast entirely. The study was prompted by the frequent complaints from children about having headaches and not feeling well. Other children seemed to be listless, Inattentive In class, too tired and even Irritable. These were the children who hud little or no breakfast. As a result of tills school survey, William G. Walters, health educator, Cleveland Board of Education, conducted demonstration lessons on better breakfast in more than 30 different schools, for over 5,000 children, to combat the no-breakfast situation. The children came from families ul varying social-economic levels. He found that the following four approaches got results — and the number of school children eating no breakfast or a poor breakfast dropped by 50 per cent: 1—Breakfast can be planned using foods that appeal to one or several of a child's senses. • A ready-to-eat cereal appeals to a child's sense of sight, because the color Is warm; to his hearing because the cereal crackles in the bowl; to Ills taste, because it is crisp and sweet. 2—Teachers can provide information on breakfast or foods good to eat for breakfast, during class instruction, and can encourage the children to tuke this information home. 3—Children can participate in a breakfast party at school, where fruit, cereals and other foods can be sewed in different ways. 4—School bulletin board posters can be made in art class, answering questions on nutrition. Example of an Adequate • Breakfast Orange Juice or Orange Segments . Corn Flakes Whole Milk Sugar Wheat Flake Muffins Butter or Margarine : Milk to Drink Fresh Fruit Is Delight Of Summer By EDITH M. BARBER One of the main reasons that we enjoy summer is the fact that there is such.a variety of fresh fruit displayed in the market. We do not wait 'for nearby products, because when distant crops are plentiful they will be offered at reasonable and sometimes at low prices. Among peaches, the first to come to the market are peaches from' Georgia. 'A little later they will be coming from other mid-Southern states. While few of us can peaches at home today and slave over hot stoves in steamy kitchens, we may. like to make a few jars of spiced peaches or glasses of jam. We serve these probably during the winter and expect to be complimented upbn them as we , deservedly should be. SPICED PEACHES 8 pounds peaches 4 pounds sugar 1 quart vinegar 2 cups water . 8 3-lnch sticks cinnamon 3 tablespoons whole cloves 2 tablespoons whole allspice berries -.., ,. Select firm, ripe'peaches, preferably clingstone,; Dip'peaches In boiling water a few seconds until skins rub off easily. Mix sugar, vinegar, and woter in a large kettle, add- spices.' tied loosely In a piece of cheesecloth, and stir over heat until sugar Is dissolved, Boll 5 minutes. Add fruit and boil about 10 minutes until fruit is tender. Let fruit stand In syrup overnight, Pack fruit In hot sterilized Jars, Bring syrup to boiling and (remove spice bag. Fill jars with hot syrup and seal Immediately. Yield: about 3 quarts. i'EAOII JAM 4 pounds peaches (3 pounds or 6 cups crushed fruit) 4 tablespoons lemon juice 4 cups sugar Select firm, ripe fruit. Wash, pee], and remove pits, Crush peaches and put In kettle with lemon juice and sugar. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until sugar Is dissolved. Bring to bailing, w$ cqpk over high heat, stirring frequently to prevent burning, until syrup is thlok, about 20 minutes, pour Into hot sterilized jar or glasses and seal immediately. Yield: about 1 ,8 8-ounce glasses. Notej is peaches are not juicy, add a small amount of JC 19Wt'QgncrBi'yiiamrej Corp.) A^aiiRS r- OU*andi gas aw new nwet valuable a* CHUCK ROAST U. S. Oovl. Graded Choice Center Cut CHUCK STEAKS U.S.D.A. Choice, Round Bone Shoulder Center Cut SWISS STYLE STEAKS "" Fine for Steakburgeri, Freth and Lean GROUND CHUCK * ItttS COUPON 100 FREE EAQLE STAMPS F* •fiRW %»* il! ^5 With purchase of $7.SO (if More Meats Groceries or Produce (excluding Tobaccos or Fresh Milk Products). Redeemable' at yotir National Food store Offef good through Saturday, Aug. 24th Limit Oh6 Coupon to a Family. STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON U.S.D.A. GRADED CHOICE USOA CHOICE Mayrote or Top Tails, By Tti« Piece BRAUNSCHWEICER U.S.D.A. Choice, Boston-Style, Shoulder BoneleM ROLLED BEEF ROAST Mlckelberry's Old Fashioned Smoked LINK POLISH SAUSAGE SWIFT'S PREMIUM REDEEM THIS COUPON FOR 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS REDEEM THIS COUPON FOR 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS When You Purchai. a 3-lb. Pko. 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