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By ANDREA GAINER WVU Exten=ion Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier County NEED WILLPOWER COOKING -- Cooking is a labor of love: love for love for friends and, for the love for food. hard enough to resist prepared, but to resist ~e to "just taste it" when cook- almost impossible for a food behavior modification coming up? Right. is another dangerous the dieter. are ten "do's" and four to help you labor through. prepare foods in smaller 1is will help you to be aware tmount you are cooking. prepare exact portions for who will be eating with Prepare family favorites :hen your own preference. ICOok with lids. !bake or broil foods. Sample foods as it cooks only and only then in small a fan or open a window the smell of cooking doesn't he house. Prepare your lunch, if you to work, when you are full hungry. get family members to help with the cooking process as much as possible. DON'T try to guess on portion sizes. DON'T prepare dishes without thinking about how much you need for the meal. DON'T cook when hungry. If you are feeling hungry, drink a cup of bouillon or tea to help satisfy your hunger before beginning to prepare a meal. DON'T leave food sitting around while you are cooking. Preparing food is a joy for many of us... the trick is to prepare with- out ruining our figures. TODAY'S CHUCKLE: The patient with a stomach disor- der was making a return visit to his doctor about it. After his consulta- tion, the doctor said, "Have this pre- scription filled and take the medicine as directed. Also, I'd suggest that you eat a good meal before going to bed at night." "But," the man said, 'the last time I was in here, you told me not to eat anything before going to bed." Not to be caught in a mistake, the doctor said, "That just goes to show you how rapidly medical sci- ence has progressed since you were here." Senator Mark Manchin Wha County State Senator Manchin plans to in- prohibiting out-of- fromcrossing into the State. Proposed bill places a tap or class "A" dumps of 16,000 month. Also, it prohibits in counties or re- people or less. no limits for landfills in this ry, excessive amounts of gar- Put there, including much garbage," Mr Manchin are no limits, then the Can be regulated." :ling to the state Depart- Resources, landfills in one of three catego- "C" allows less than garbage per day to be a landfill. The monthly )uld change according to of days in the month. "C" serve popu- 40,0OO. "B" allows landfills to re than 100 tons of garbage md less than 10,000 tons Landfills in this category Jlations over 40,000. in category "A" accom- 10,000 tons of garbage This category does not many people could use Currently, there is no amount of garbage that there. a limit of 16,000 tons landfill hazards can de- Manchin said. With the second provision Which prohibits class "A" dumps in areas of 25,000 people or less, Mr Manchin said these areas do not generate enough garbage to justify placing the particular landfill in category "A". "Very few co~Jnties generate over 10,000 tons of garbage per month," the democratic senator said. "How- ever, every county can have a class "A" landfill regardless of its popula- tion. This does not make sense and I want to change it." According to the state Depart- ment of Natural Resources, hazard- ous waste dumps and landfills threaten ground water quality. There are about 350 uncontrolled hazard- ous waste sites identified in the Mountain State. "Landfills need to be controlled," Mr Manchin said. "Groundwater is an important re- source which provides public and private domestic water supplies, livestock water supply, irrigation, mining and industrial use." Mr Manchin said controlling landfills is an important step to pro- tecting the natural beauty of the state. "Who will visit the state if the wa- ter is polluted and the landfills are overflowing? Right now we have the chance to protect our state." Playing on the state theme, the senator said West Virginia is a wel- come change for tourists and the state has been praised time and time again for its natural beauty. "There must be a cap on the amount of solid waste disposed in landfills if we are to continue pro- moting the beauty of our state, which is one of our greatest assets." Pipestem Park Dinner Theater Pipestem State Park will have its last dinner theater of the season, February 17 and 18. The package includes one night's lodging, dinner and theater. Saturday night, dinner will be served in the Bluestone Din- ing Room beginning at 5:30 with the theater beginning at 8 p.m. in the Faulconer Room. To insure not missing the theater portion of the package, it is recommended that participants be seated for dinner no later than 6:30. Dinner will be buffet style and will include a soup and salad bar, steamship round of beef, and other entrees, vegetables, rolls, assorted relishes, and dessert. Res- ervations for dinner and theater only must be made in advance. Tickets may be picked up at the front desk. For the theater portion of the package, Robin Voiers from Win- ston-Salem, North Carolina will be portraying Emily Dickenson in "The Belle of Amherst." Mrs Voiers"pre- mier performance of "The Bell of Amherst" was presented in March, 1986 at the Reynolda House Mu- seum in Winston-Salem to sold-out houses. She continues her portrayal and her love of "Miss Emily" today. She is a highly acclaimed regional actress. In addition to modeling, television commercials and choreog- raphy, she has starred with numer- ous theater groups in the Southeast. She has portrayed: Ethel Thayer in On Golden Pond; the title role in Anastasia; Doris in Same Time Next Year and more. Package prices are $44.82 for a single and $67.84 for a double. For dinner and theater only prices are $17.57 for a single and $35.14 for a double. For more information please call 466-1800 or 1-800-CALL WVA. I would like to express my appre- ciation to the family, friends and neighbors for the kindness shown to my Aunt Madeline Terry in our re- cent sadness. I wish also to express my appreciation to Reverend Skip Furrow and the Calvary Baptist Church and the Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home. Lonnle Withrow Mrs George W. (Thelma W.) May of Route 92, White Sulphur Springs, should not be confused with the Thelma J. May who was named in a suit filed by Humana Hospital and reported in this paper on page 2-A January 30. New At Tops B .auty Salon Wolfe TANNING BED $25.00 for 10 Sessions. FREE Bottle Of Tanning Lotion With Purchase Of 20 Tanning Sessions. TOPS BEAUTY SALON Renick, W.Va. 497-3600 Brenda Barkley, owner Jocelyn Johnson -Mondays only The Guardsman Response radial 2 or more, each The 40,000 tread-wearout warranty and great low price make the Guardsman Response the winner 2 OR MORE SIZE EACH* P 155/80R t 2$30.99 P 155/80R 13 36.95 P 165/80R 13 41.88 P175/80R13 46.57 P185/80R13 47.76 P185/70R14 50.00 P185/75R 14 50.80 2 OR MORE SIZE EACH* P195/75R 14 54.49 P205/75R 14 57.52 P215/75R14 60.10 P205/75R15 59.40 P215/75R15 60.30 P225/75R 15 6 t .38 P235/75R 15 62.5 t Shipping included IO store. THE BEST FOR THE The Sears 60 auto battery has up to 500 amps to exceed the starting needs of most cars 60-monlh limited wan'only** Installed, with trade-in thru 3tl 5/90 Items are readily available as advertised. See store for warranty details. ADDRESS: 208 S. Court Street Lewleburg, W.Ve. 24901 HOURS: MON.-SAT. 9 AM - 6 PM PHONE: 645-3121 The ~tountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 6, 1990 11A Coffee With The Welcome Wagon The February Welcome Wagon Coffee will be held Wednesday, February 14 at 10 a.m. at the home of Patty Nemitz, 314 Holt Lane, Le- wisburg. Her co-hostess will be Belle Hanson. If you are new to the area, plan to join Welcome Wagon members for coffee and make new acquaintances while celebrating Valentine's Day. For more information about Wel- come Wagon, please call Valeria Barfield at 645-4315, Karin McCo- mas at 647-3029 or Rosernary Dent at 645-3725. 647-5724 Valerie Shrader (seated, left) and her parents Bob and Lola. uota Club As its major Hearing and Speech project this year, the Quota Club of Greenbrier County established a lending library of equipment for use by the hearing and/or speech im- paired in our area. To date ten pieces of equipment have been bought, and loans have been made to eleven individuals. Quota is an International Organization of Busi- ness and Professional Women whose objective is service particu- larly to the hearing and/or speech impaired. Valerie Shrader, daughter of Bob and Lola Shrader of Lewisburg is one of the recipients of this equip- ment. She uses the Real Voice Talking Computer at home and at school. Valerie is a Sophomore at Greenbrier East high School. Ac- cording to teacher Merle Shank, and aide Peggy Lyall, this computer has opened many new avenues for Val- erie. She can now communicate with other students and even calls her brother and "talks" to him with the aid of the Real Voice Computer. She uses a pointer to type her mes- sages and has learned to use an electronic typewriter also. She can pre-program phrases to be called up whenever she needs to use them. Area audiologists, speech-lan- guage pathologists, and nursing homes have been notified that this equipment is now available for loan. As the Club earns additional money, the lending library will be enlarged so that they may offer equipment to larger numbers of deserving indi- viduals in our area. The Quota Club is very proud of this project and feels it is one that exemplifies the true meaning of "Quota." For further information on equip- ment lending, call Linda Nelson at 647-6483 or 645-6030. In The best things in the Greater Greenbrier Valley are free.., l cluding The Mountain Messenger) By Don McCoy Colors of the Southwest -- designers are showing Indian blankets made into shawls, coats, vests and more. They're fun accents with today's Western styles., ....... To keep brows in line, put a little hairspray on your brow brush Better yet, choose a made-for-brows groomer. Straight out of men's haberdashery, I paisley scarves, striped shi~s tie pins I ana sucn are rasnion finds this year. I The three-button sack suit is back for men slightly restyled and looking a I ttle boxier. 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