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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 6, 1990 9A an In Priscilla Maren es; boy, age 3-1/2, has got- he refuses to eat the food I him at meals. He just with it, and neither his I can get him to eat. Later, not looking, he gets into bkies and will drink quart of milk sometimes. I do about this? His be- is spoiling our family's meal advise you to have your over by his doctor, to Sure he is in good health. the doctor for his OK to strategy: Serve your miniature portions of food meal. (For example, five rounded teaspoon of po- ne teaspoon groundbeef, one of apple.) day or two he'll probably for second helpings should be just as tiny as the out a moderate quantity of of fruit and vegetables to snack on between meals, him have as much water as Put the cookies and other away in very tight-lidded con- have to continue giving ny portions of food at meal several weeks to establish attitude toward eating at meal but as time goes by you will probably notice that your attitude and behavior, as well as his, is be- ginning to change -- he'll begin to enjoy asking for and eating more food at meals, and you will enjoy giving him second and third helpings instead of trying to get him to eat. Good luck! Please let me know how it works out for you. Something Fun To Do Try the following trick: You an- your child stand facing each other Hold each other's hands, and haw your child walk up your legs an( body until she or he is upside-down. Then help your child flip all the way over, still holding your hands, an land with feet on floor. Something To Make Bring home from the supermarket one of the very largest boxes they have. (Toilet tissue cartons are the biggest.) Cut a door and a window in it. Let your child decorate the "house" with poster paints or giant magic markers. Cut a hole to serve as a door handle, for ease of opening and closing the door. You can make simple furniture for dolls and stuffed animals out of small boxes. A folded blanket can make a cozy carpet. Your child might enjoy eating a snack inside the little house. People know that the Ran- Service is a place to go referrals, but not everyone that the Job Service is the go if you are interested in West Virginia Civil Service tests are given at least once the iob Service in Roncev- is one Saturday test Each testing, period hours and you may take tests as you feel you can e in that time. But you that if you decide to time is called before ~- you must wait 60 days test again. ~u are interested in taking a test, you need to know test you want to take. ~re Over one hundred differ- and each one is for a sepa- The Job Service can- ale you for a test unless which one you want to there is a particular state You are interested in work- YOu'll need to contact them which test to take and are open with that You're scheduled for a test, need to fill out a Job Serv- If you have already With the Job Service, you sent a second applica- case, you will need to Service application. day of the test you'll need completed applications with some form of ENd. 1 3-8x10's 6-5x7's -Wallets 9,99 Plus Tax $3.00 Sitting Fee A 10"x13" TO OR ONLY $6.99 PLUS TAX F$1.00 EXTRA FOR ' [ I EACH ADDITIONAL I L..__ PERSON K SHOPPING CENTER identification. You need to make sure you arrive on time for the test. To schedule a Civil Service test you may call the Job Service at 647- 7415 or stop at their office, 299 East Edgar Avenue, Ronceverte. Office hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ii; Ten years on the job at Lewisburg's Kellwood plant are Terry Went~ (left), Carolyn Dixon and Charles Hicks. Also honored for ten years service, but not pictured, was Theresa Johnson. Ronnie Napier (left) and Bill Walkup received plaques in honor of tea lyears' service to the Lewisburg Kellwood Company plant. Not pic- tured, but also honored, was Keith Crookshanks. Carolyn Mankins (left) and Nellie Donahoe were honored at Kellwood Company's Lewisburg plant for 15 years service. Also serving 15 years, but not pictured, were Margaret Roach, Brenda Zimmerman and Jerry Morrison. IIII Stoner acting as co-hostesses. Mrs Doreen Proctor of Yarids in Lewis- burg, gave a demonstration o| the art of scarf tying Mrs James Rowe, assisted by Mrs P. L. Gainer and Mrs C K: Wiseman, hosted the January 5 meeting at her home. 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