|Rich County News
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|Rich County News
ammm: Livingston Lectures at PTA THE RICH COUNTY NEWS has been purchased by Alexander Ragtime and will be doing business as THE NEW RICH COUNTY ff THE NEW RICH COUNTY NEWS P.O. Box 234; Garden City, Ut. 84064 I X (307)-789-92- X (307)-789-07- ? Alexander Bonnie Pendleton Lowell Hance Bill Ruth Smith Judy Floyd Kim Ellis Michael John Michael Matts L.M. Wakeley Larry Johnson Teresa John Kathy Mathes X Editor & Publisher Editor X Editor & Photography X South Rich Reporter North Rich Reporter Typesetting 5 Advertising Manager 1 Photography & Dark Room I News Director x South Rich Sports X Office & Layout Office & Layout X X X Published weekly by Alexander Ragtime. Subscription rate, $8.50 per year in Rich County; X $10.50 per year everywhere else. X Letters to the editor are welcome, but are X published at the discretion of THE NEWS. Letters should be limited to 250 words. THE RICH 1 COUNTY NEWS withholds the right to edit any X letters. POSTMASTER: Send change of address X form to: THE RICH COUNTY NEWS, P.O. Box X 234, Garden City, Ut. 84064. I X X of Official Newspaper Rich County Utah O V c u g.8 u s J I 8 X X - ua Of significant import is the time REMEMBER HOW NICE IT WAS WHEN SOMEONE READ TO YOU? By Ruth Smith NEWS. Christmas Around the World will be the theme of the annual grade school play which will be held December 15 at 7:00 p.m. at the South Rich Auditorium. Six classes, two kindergartens, two first grades, and two second grades, will represent six countries: Germany, Sweden, British Isles, America, Mexico, Slides from each and Australia. country will depict Christmas traditions. Many traditional Christmas songs will be sung. A guest artist from Salt Lake City will play I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day on bagpipes. The highlight of the evening will be Silent Night sung in Japanese at the end of the program by the six classes. Prelude and postlude music will be performed by fifth and sixth grade children on recorders and ukuleles. Calvin Ward, second grade teacher, is the director of the play this year. One of the first grade teachers said that this program has been very educational. The students and teachers have learned a great deal about countries around the fathers spend reading to their children. Many theorists believe that there would be fewer remedial reading problems among boys if fathers took a more active role in a home reading program. Books are also helpful in meeting the needs of children. Death, a fearful situation, dealing with a handicap, and other subjects are explained quite clearly in some childrens books. Through reading such books children learn to cope with difficult problems that they encounter in life. Livingston also spoke about the danger of letting children watch too much television. She suggested that one night a week the TV be turned off and the family do something fun together. Or maybe a reading hour could be instituted with the entire family participation. Build some memories with your children, challenged Livingston. Resolve to read to them 15 minutes each day. Nancy Livingston, a specialist on reading from the Utah Board of Education, spoke to a small group of parents at a general PTA meeting Thursday, December first. The topic of her lecture was How to Choose Books For Your Children. Livingston began her lecture by summarizing some thoughts by Dr. Elliot Landau. Reading aloud to children provides time for the three Cs cuddling, communication, and It helps concept development. formal prepare for reading by developing sensitivity to new words and - ideas. Children and adults all need to said Livingston. laugh more, Children can learn at an early age how fun and enjoyable books are. Manipulative books, such as pop-u- p books, and books with rhyming verses are among childrens Immunization Clinics Scheduled office when you call, please leave your name and message on the This service would be phone. beneficial for the entire county. by Ruth smith Immunization clinics have been scheduled for Rich County. In Rand-hom- e health services are available to 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Rich County Corthouse. In Laketown the clinic will be held December 14 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.. at the Laketown Church. : Please bring your childs health records with you. There is a two dollar charge per child. . If anyone is interested in well-chil- The health department has several services available to the Car seat rentals and community. sales are available. Rentals for a newborn, eighteen pound size seat are available for twelve dollars for nine months with a five dollar deposit. Century 200 car seats are for sale for forty two dollars. These car seats are wholesale and much cheaper than you can buy them in the stores. Those who are on medicaid are available for special services. Two of these are: WIC a food supplement program; home health services are available to anyone who needs medical help in the home. -- clinics in conjunction with d the monthly immunization clinics, please call the county nurses office. If enough people are interested, the county nurse can arrange for a physician to come down once a month for a minimal fee. If no one is in the (women-infant-child-ren- Chamber Tree Lighting Friday By Judy Floyd The Garden City Chamber of Commerce will have a Christmas tree lighting on Friday night, December 9. The lighting will be held at the Garden City Chamber office where the annual tree will be decorated and world. , EldkcSsa Kamblng HoaOfcng Ct GnavaGb:g Plumbing - Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings Septic Tanks, Drains, & Water Lines Basements - ), Road Gravel 1 officailly lighted at 6:00 pm. There will be a raffle of five turkeys. Ticket purchasers will fill out a raffle ticket that night at the tree lighting and must be present to win. There will be a program with refreshments of doughnuts and hot cider, served. Santa Claus has already made special arrangments to be there. So plan a fun night out with the family. Photographs may be taken of your children with Santa. Federal commodities are once again Commodities available will be cheese, butter, powdered milk and honey. You may have your choice of chedder cheese or honey until one of the items is out of stock. If you are eligible, please contact: 2 In Garden City Dorothea Garrett, Both 0 In Laketown Oreta Satterthwaite, L.I.t Mona Kearl, In Laketown 5 Srs.t In Randolph Lucile Hatch, 793- L.I.t In Randolph 5 Srst Abby Telford, In Woodruff 5 Both Erma Putnam, low-incom- e available. 946-323- 946-336- 946-327- Excavating of all types Gentuiy Welders, Rods & Supplies 946-325- 4 793-205- 794-260- Both - Low Income & Senior Citizens. L.I.t - Low Income. Srs.t - Senior Citizens. Please pick up cheese after the 13th.