|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Beaver County Monitor PAGE 5 AUGUST 9, 1996 FREE HOTLINE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. ABOUT CHILDREN'S HEALTH SS HOW DOI PREVENT OUTDOOR GRILLING FROM BECOMING A STICKY SITUATION? Answer by: Mary Ann Page, Utah State University Extension home economist * Before grilling, spray the grate with a non-stick coating or brush it with vegetable oil. This not only prevents sticking but also makes grill cleaning easier. Another way to prevent sticking. is to put the meat on a cold grill and let the meat and the grill heat together. * For best results, select with top grade meat. Meat that is at least 3/4 inch thick grills better than thinner cuts. Excessive amounts of fat should be trimmed to prevent flare-ups, although some flaring is normal. Keep a spray bottle of water nearby for flare-ups. * Sugar-based sauces used excessively can carmalize on the grill grates and below. Marinated meats generally work well on the grill, but be careful not to apply excessive amounts when basting. Apply sauces during the last 1520 minutes of cooking unless a recipe specifies CEES See SS _ otherwise. Certain foods, such as poultry and non-oily fish may need some extra fat. Brush with oil or melted butter occasionally while 70th Wedding Anniversary Salt Lake City, August 2, 1996- What immunizations does my child need? How can I tell if my child has attention deficit disorder? With school just around the comer, parents have many questions about their child's health. The answer to questions such as these is just a phone call away. Children's health issues will be the topic of August's Deseret News/Intermountain Health Care Health Hotline. The hotline will be offered Saturday, August 1 0, from 1 1 a.m. to | p. m. The toll-free hotline number, 1-800-925-8177, can be called from anywhere in the Intermountain region. All calls are confidential. Questions will be answered free of charge by Michael Husseman, MD, a both daaan in Holladay, Utah, and Mark Lee, MD, a family practice physician at the Cottonwood Family Practice. Both physicians are on the staff of Cottonwood Hospital in Murray, Utah. The health hotline is a free community service provided by the Deseret News and IHC. THC is a charitable, community-owned, nonprofit health care organization based in Salt Lake City that serves the health needs of Utah, Idaho and Wyoming residents. The IHC system includes health insurance plans, 23 hospitals, clinics, and affiliated physicians. Last year, in 99,000 cases, IHC hospitals and associated clinics provided more than $23 million ‘in charitable assistance. The mission of IHC is to provide quakty medical care to persons with a medical need, regardless of ability to pay. grilling. * Use tongs with long handles or spatulas for Clair Gillins and Helen Gillins were married August 6, 1926 in the courtroom of the old Beaver County Courthouse. ‘Twenty-one years later, in 1957, their marriage was solemnized in -the St. George LDS Temple. And...after 70 years, they are still They agree that hard work and being very ‘sweethearts. congenial is the secret to a lifetime of happiness together. Hard work started early for Clair. He was number seven TOOL BOX RENTAL, INC. turning meat. Do not use forks, since they pierce the meat and allow juices to be lost. Lost juices can dry meat and cause sticking. Use non‘metallic spatulas or utensils to prevent damage to the non-stick grill grate finish. * Do not cover grates completely with meat. _of Henry and Isabel Rollins Gillins thirteen children. His mother Leave air space between each piece of meat to dies when he was twelve, and he dropped out of school for two -years to work in the Frisco mine. He later graduated with the first class from the high school in Minersville (Yes, there actually » was one for a few years.) in 1926. Although two years younger, Helen Myers, daughter of Moroni and Harriet Myers, was in the same class. After they were married, Clair worked in farming and mining. From 1941 to 1964 he owned and operated the Fair & _ Square Dairy, five miles south of ee He delivered milk in Milford until regulations made it prohibitive. Helen allow proper ventilation and prevent flare-ups. Tum steaks and hamburgers only once. Frequent turning of food can cause loss ofjuices as well as drying and sticking. Salt the meat either after turning or when cooking is completed to help retain juices. Check your appliance user's guide for suggested cooking times and control settings for GARY APPLEGATE 1275 N. Main ' P.O. Box 95 Tooele, Utah 84074 Phone (901) 682-2065 (801) 882-5169 S.L #(801)582- 1006 FAX #(801) 882-2868 gas grills. Experience will also be your guide. says she has washed “a lot” of milk bottles: Helen has always been a very active member of the LDS Church. Crocheting and playing the piano are among her hobbies. Self taught, she has played the piano and organ in church for a number Is your money a frozen asset? mie she described her *| =~ of "years. music education as a few early lessons from her sister, _ the late Gertie Fisher, and learning the notes and scales on the blackboard in school. Cars have been an enjoyment for the couple over the years. “His weakness,” Helen said. One of their first purchases as a married couple was a Model T Ford. Over the years, however, Chryslers were their favorite. “The - 1975 was the best,” Clair said. Clair turned 90 on : July 8. They are the parents of three children: Lorraine Gillins, Stoker, Milford; Jeanette Cedar City; Louise McKnight, Las Vegas. They have 9 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and 3 great-great. Pressure Canner Testing Pressure Canner Testing will be conducted at the USU Extension Office in the Beaver County Courthouse on Keep it liquid with a high interest Planned savings Plus Wednesday, August 14 from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00p.m. There is no charge for this service. Please bring just your ~ lid. ' Canner testing is available at other times by appointment only. You want an investment that hap: you make the most of your money. You also want to have access to the money you invest whenever you need it. PLANNED Interest Rate Community Forest Council — Schedules Arborist Training The Utah Community Council is sponsoring arborist training designed to prepare those interested in taking the International Society of Certified — Arborist Arboriculture Classes will be held Examination. each day from August 19 through 22 at the Salt Lake City Forestry Offices, 1965 West 500 South. Each class will be held from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. An optional examination will be offered August 23. Registration is $140 per person and includes a study guide. The fee without the guide is $70 per person. Registration is limited to 30 people. For more information, call Tony Dietz at 801-538-5505. SAVINGS $100 to$ PLUS RATES Annual Percentage _ Meld (APY) 999 3.75% 3.80% $ 1,000 to$ 4999 $ 5,000 to $49,999 4.00% 415% 4.06% 4.22% $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 and up 4.40% 4.75% 4.47% 4.84% Utah Impossible? Not if you have a Planned Savings Plus account from First Security Bank. Planned Savings Plus is the disciplined way to save ~ a fixed amount is taken from your checking account automatically each month. It features a tiered interest rate that gives you a higher rate of return as your savings increase (see the chart). And since it's a liquid savings account, you can make immediate cash withdrawals at your convenience. The world of investments can be a very cold place. Planned Gaines Plus is a great way to thaw out. To: open your account, just stop Bank branch before August 15, 1996. by any First eH Member FD I.C. Rates accurate as of June 17,1996, and may change af any time, including after the account is opened. $50 minimum opening balance required. Must maintain a balance of $100 to obtain the disclosed annual percentage yield. First Security checking account and monthly transfer of at least $25 from checking to savings is required. Fees could reduce the earnings on the account.