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Page 10 USU says you can In Memoriam. . . Services held for Florence Gadd Howell in Provo, December 12th Florence May Gadd Howell passed away December 7, 1994, after a short illness. She was born October 31, 1908, in Salt Lake City to Walter Pentlow Gadd and Mary May Sutton. She was raised in Nephi and married Voil LaMar Howell April 2, 1930, in the Manti LDS Temple. He died December 25, 1967. She was an active member of the LDS Church, and held various positions including, Relief Society Secretary, which she held until she was in her eighties. She loved music, and sang in the Florence Jepperson Madsen Choir. She is survived by 3 sons and 1 daughter: Evan LaMar (Luena) Howell of Spanish Fork, Jack E. (Ludene) Howell of Springville, Robert E. (Linda) Howell of San eat right on a budget at holiday times Norma Sherwood, reporter Date High Low Prec. bread, Scott suggests serving rolls. The rolls can be homemade (if you have the courage) or purchased as frozen dough that can be baked in a home oven. Stale bread mixed with celery and nuts can be used as a dressing. Pumpkins and apples are also plentiful and cheap this time ofthe year and make excellent holiday des- For example, potatoes are a month from 20 EFNEP teachers good, healthy food to stock up on. in seven Utah counties as they families. work with Teaching how to eat nutritiously on a lean budget is the thrust behind the USU EFNEP program. In 1994 there were 1,325 counties. For more information about the program, contact participating USU County Extension low-inco- Levan weather Nephi weather During this holiday season, they are plentiful and inexpensive. They also make a fine addition to any holiday meal. With a little powdered milk (cheaper than milk from a carton), they can be served as mashed potatoes or au gratin potatoes. Vegetables, such as squash, are also nutritious, inexpensive and make a good holiday dish. As for Just because your holiday bud- ous shortages, she advises low get is tight, it doesnt mean you income families to first cover the basics the daily food needs. cant eat right. EFNEP nutrition assistants Turkey is a great buy during this holiday season if youre feed- present resource management ing a large group of people. But lessons that teach participants a small family can eat just as how to manage their finances, nutritionally and certainly budget their food dollars and cheaper if you roast a chicken plan meals so they dont run out priced at about 79 cents to $1.29 of food before the end of the Diego, California, and Diane (Scott) Adams of Sandy; 14 said Paula Scott, Utah grandchildren; and 34 great- a pound, State University Extension sugrandchildren. Funeral services were held pervisor, who directs Salt Lake Foods and Monday, December 12, 1994, at Countys Expanded Nutrition (EFNEP). Program the Provo Park Ward. Interment That is the message more than in the Provo City Cemetery. 400 families are hearing this Area Weather. . . Alfred Godek, reporter Wednesday, December 14, 1994 Nephi, Utah tlllje families enrolled, including nearly 1,599 children under age five, said Dr. Georgia Lauritzen, EFNEP state coordinator at serts. month. They also advise them on Remember, try to get the best their shopping needs and show buys for your money by watching them how to use coupons, take for holiday specials, she said. The EFNEP program operates advantage of food sales and help prepare a plan for their future in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, needs. Box Elder, San Juan and Uintah Hoop Shoot National Free Throw Contest area qualifying will be held Area qualifying for the Hoop Shoot National Free Throw Contest will be held Saturday, December 17th at Eureka High School. Registration and practice begins at 9 a.m. Contests will follow registration. This event is open to all boys and girls ages 8 through 13. They will compete against their own age group only. Winners will receive trophies, and advance to the State competition. Lunch will be provided. There is no charge. For further information, call Joe Markland This event is sponsored by 623-204- 2. offices. the B.P.O.Elks. Nephi City basketball will Jr. Jazz tryouts and workshops will be Saturday at Old Gym start on There will be Jr. Jazz tryouts grades 7, 8 and up will begin December20th ber 17th workshop Saturday, Decern- - outs at 11:00 a.m. at the Old in interested in try-an- d USU. The program, which has Gym Nephi. Any parents been helping low income families Boys and girls in grades 3 and coaching are asked to come to the Nephi City basketball will be in Utah for 25 years, also in- starting December 20th. Games 4 will begin at 9:00 a.m. Boys and tryouts as well. For more infor-girl- s cludes school nutrition education will be on Tuesday and Wednesin grades 5 and 6 will begin mation, call Kent at that reaches nearly 7,000 Utah day evenings at the Old Gym in at 10:00 a.m. Boys and girls in Nephi. elementary school children. Continued from page 7 Scott said the holidays are parAnyone wanting to get a team to be on on or a stressful call team, ticularly already together, 623-270- tight food budgets. ... To avoid seri Larry Pay at 623-125- 5. Football All-Sta- te Player; Sutorius, Best Offensive Player; and Ray, Best Defensive Player. Brace Carroll was named Best Offensive Lineman; Newton, Best Defensive Lineman; Travis Royce, Best Offensive Back; Ben Painter, Best Offensive Receiver; Jason Kelsey, Best Defensive Back; and Shane Jackson, Best Linebacker. Other awards went to: Andrew Davidson-HardeHitter, Shay Cowan-MoImproved Varsity, Bart Trujillo-MoInspirational. Matejovsky-Bes- t Kicker, Jade Jarrett-MoDedicated, and Josh Marshall-Mos- t Desire. Clint Bowels was named Out- is an Oasis Gift Certificate! 3. the year with a total of 964, fol- lowed by Travis Royce with 306, Nick Bowles with 175, and Shane Jackson with 151. Clint Bowles led passing yards for the year with a total of 197, followed by Sutorius with 173 and Dustin Mace with 124. Sutorius also led the most points scored for the season with 60, followed by Nick Bowles with 48, Matejovsky with 28, Royce with 12, and Mace, Jade Jarrett, Clint Bowles. Ben Painter, and Greg Johnson with 6 points each. Davidson led defensive points with 151, followed by Reed with 138, Ray with 131, and Jackson Dansie-Mo108. Jason Kelsey had a towith Jeff standing Junior, 8 interceptions for the seaof Nick tal Junior, Improved st st st st st Sophomore, Bowles-Outstandi- Ymn t i r SOM dteeirw eiredM Wyatt Newton-Mo- Improved st Sophomore, Josh Park-Outstandi- Freshman, Brady Kay-MoImproved Freshman, Chet JV Player, and Richard Improved JV Player. The 1994 Juab football team ended with a record of 3 which was Juabs best record since 1976. Juab had a total of 2445 offensive yards for the year against their opponents total of 1478. Sutorius led rushing yards for st standing Pay-Mo- st 7-- Self-estee- m Course work begins the first week of January 95 For printed schedule and more information call weeks games. The results of Tuesday nights game against the North Sanpete Hawks was unavailable by press time. They will host Snow Canyon on Thursday and Gunnison next Wednesday, December 21. Game times are 5:15 and 7:00. The gift of your time. Most of us, regardless of our age, cherish the time we spent with significant adults. A person recently told me the best gift he ever received was a coupon good for 15 minutes ofhis fathers time once each week for a year. Make a date to spend time with those you love. The gift of roots. A feeling of rootedness comes in many forms. It is best seen in memories ofthe past that are occasionally recalled, written family histories, relatives who care and make contact regularly, parents who are respected by others, and people who say frequently they are proud to belong to this family. The gift of values to guide behavior. The things we see as important to others are often the nity knocks much more fre- things we adopt as important to quently among those with talents us. Parents who demonstrate to share. such values as a healthy balance All courses will be held at Juab High School call for advisement and registration Basketball Jackson-Out- In 10 years will you remember the name of the video game you bought them this year? Do you remember many of the things your parents bought you? Its a cliche, but the answer to both these questions is probably not. Dr. Glen Jenson, family and human development specialist in the Utah State University College of Family Life, suggests a few timeless gifts your children are guaranteed to remember: The gift of a parents attention. Few of lifes many pleasures are greater than knowing that someone is giving you full attention. It is even better if the attention given happens regularly. The gift of a talent to share. A child with a talent to share has a greater chance of being accepted into wholesome peer groups. is enhanced and opportu- The following courses will be offered during the evenings in Nephi Winter Quarter or Continued from page 7 Give a gift that lasts this year Enroll in Snow College Courses now. will take place at Juab High School Room Wednesday, December 14 6-- 8 pm son. 16 The gift of a sense of humor. Everyone, regardless of age, can benefit from a good belly laugh at least once a day. Humor makes the down parts of life that we all experience more palatable. Humor can help heal many of lifes real or imagined illnesses. The gift of hope in tomorrow. The news is full of human sorrows and sufferings. Making plans on how to make tomorrow a better day will brighten today. The gift of being loved. We all survive better if we know that we are loved through word and deed. Knowledge that we are loved is recognized by the recipient when kind words are spoken and acts of service are given without being assigned. between work and play, honesty, charity toward others, respect for the elderly, love of God, love of country, appreciation of self and many other such items of high value, give children guidelines of things that bring people happiness. Remember more is caught rethan taught in parent-chil- d lationships. Actions often speak louder than words. The gift of a violence-fre- e home. Home does not need to be a violent place. Few, if any, worthwhile lessons of life are taught with violence. Violence only momentarily changes behavior. Lasting changes in behavior come with love, praise and consistent parental guidance.