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Ot Eighth Graders .. . - Write Excellent Essays Mrs. Elaine Shafer, traveling les because someone has to eat off; teacher in the Royal Centre, No- them. Remember to wash dishes ble township and Luoerne schools, has selected the follow- ing stories concerning "Halth," one from each of the three schools, in which she teaches. Ed. Note--We wish that you could see ;she penmanship of these three eighth grade girls. J ust beautiful ! ) Read these themes: A Cte=ner litchen Becky Myers, Lucerne School Age 13 Did you know tha[ the kitchen is one of the places Where sckne starts? It is, so I am goln to tell you a few pointers for a cleaner and more stnitary kRchen. To have a clean and heIthy kitchen it is important to have a clean sink, stove, refrigerator, cabints, walls, floors and ceiling. Keep peri'shable foods in t,he re- frigerator or freezer. By d)ing this you can prevent food ploson- ins or other food inOectiom Since you probably help in the kitchen it l important to beware of the handling of silver and Hshes. Al- ways hold silverware by the hand- in hot soapy water a,d rinse in very hot or scalddng water. Keep flcors and walls clean as those are good homes for germs. To have a clean kitchen should mean a lot to yc)u as it has a lot of effect on your h',alth. Germs that live in the kitchen can, be very Ilarmful. but if you follow the s'nitary rules of the kitcher you can prevenL disease . I th,ink if you follow these rules you can be a part of a healthy and happy family. Help Keep Your Kitchen Clean Georgena PlOtner Royal Centre, Age 13 You ymzrself are responsdblo for helping keep a clean kitchen. Of course, most of us in this room are only thirteen. But does thiE, mean we cannot help the rest of the amily kee,p a clean and sani- t,ary kitchen so that it is enjoyable to e,at in? Of course it doesn't. You say you help with the setting of the table and that is, enough. But is it enough? Do you handle the silverware in a sanitary way? , Remember, a part ot the silverware goe in the per moth. Even dn"t touch lf, your hands are clen, this part. That's 'what the handles are for! So use them! Do you help with the dishes? If you do, do you do thenv correctly or just any old way. The snitary way is o wash thecn in, hot, soapy water and rins'e then in scalding water. Even if you don't do them you can tell the person who does. how t.o do them in a sanitary way. Whe,n working in th kitchen keep your hands clean an'd your cloJthes clean,. Keep the table, floor ad stove as clean as, you can. Keep t'he floor swept and wipe up spilled food or drln,k ] immod:ately. These are Just a "Few Points to Remember" when working in the kitchen. Remember you're thir- teen now an,d you should take part f the resl>Onf)ility of a olean an,d sanitary kitchen. You APe Responsible For A A Cle'Kt Kitchen Peggy Patty Noble Twp. 14 years old. You can, Just look around your kitchen, and see places where germs can. hide; on cupboards, tables, sinks and even on food that is left setting out. If you want these germs to grow an'd multiply, jus,t leave these things, over nght. In the morning there will be a 1,) box seat Television takes you where the action is. The price.., about :[ per game for electricity. TV is just one of dozens of electric appliances used in today's modem home. Thanks to low-cost electricity, you and your family enjoy more comfort, convenience and free time thau the average family of yesterday. - ELECTRIC POWER...Indiana's moauzsdarcsource! PUBMC SERVICE INDIANA = whole germ city still multiplying. You must cleon out the eupboerd, cblnsts and sinks to get rid of these things. You, noone else, are resneible for a clean kitchen. You must guard again germs if you wana eait!) and sanitary kitchen./ven. 'de ttngs  llke the dishes, sveeptng the floor and wiping off'the stove and sink helps to prevent germs, thus preventing diseases You mus also guard against flies, rats. mi0 and other pests that can come into the house and spread 'germs. You. can use sprays anff poisons to get. rid of such pes,ts but the most harmful weapons agains them are the broom, mop and clean rag. You are the on, ly one responsible for a clea kitchen because it is your health. 1,:1.1, (.i.N 1 I,R (;()! M I! N I'I'Y Mrs. Caroline Gaby Mis Jean. Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Matthews of Burnettsrville an.d Ros Andrews of Fort Wayne were uited in.mar- riage at 6:30 SaturdaF evening at the Bell Cencer Bible church, l the preseqlce of the immedite families, with the Roy. James H. Gardner officiating. There was, a reception in the home of the bride's parents following the core, mony. Mr. an, d Mrs. AnIrews will be residing [ Osstan, which is ear Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Matthews and family and Mr, and Mrs. Ros An,- drews were Sundty drnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyne Nebhercutt and sons. Mrs. Velma Luzzader umlerwet major surgery last week et the Memorial hospital i Logansl)ort. Mrs, Garrison who has been a patient for several weeks in the hospital has been dtsnissed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. JameS Caughell. Al'an" Rehm, baby s of Mr. and Mrs. Joh Rehm was d lsmlsped on Thursday f'm a Lafayette hospit. al, where he had undergone aller- gy tests and treatments. It was re. vealed that he was alergi,o to cow's m ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Rehm and so visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drye and family of Kenosha Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Malia and dau- ghters of Hobart and Mr. and Mrs. Brud Cosgray and family of La- porte. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Layer and ROYAL CENTRE RECORD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11, 19(f6 family ltted Mr. ad Ice McKiney anA family afternoon IMarll" Ragedw of the U.S, NavY plet!pg aopr of dtty to,Africa. Mr. an Mrs,'Boyd Criwelt: and family visited with Mr. and Mre. Dwlght...Lohrman "and famil,F of Delphi Sunday afternoon. James and Dandet Gardner, Ricky Matthews, Rick Long and Terry Frye of Burnettsville and Kezeth Sommers of Mone.ello atteded a birthday l>arty after school for Tim Criswell, son, of Mr. and Mra. Boyd Criswell. Games and refreshments were enjoye by everyone, Lida Ruch stayed Saturday, Sunday afternoon and night with Mr. and Mr Rusel ,:Hudon. Other grandchildren, Alan Merriok, Pamela ad Larry Ruch spen Saturday, in the Hudson home. Roy. an, d Mrs. Jams Gardner and sons, Mr. an,d Mrs. Wayne Gby and family, Sandra. Steve ad Tim Criswelt, Mary Schmaltz, Arthur Hutsell and sons Ben and Paul attended youth rally services a the First Baptist church in Franesville Saturday evening and enjoyed the singing, testimonle and film shown by a group from the Grand, Rapids school of Sem inary and College. Clarence Nethercutt has been quite ill the past week. Cheryl Gaby visited Jermy Gib- son Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs,. Wayne Gaby and family and Mary Schmaltz had Saturday din. her with Roy. and Mrs. James Gardner and family. Mr. and'Mrs. Wayne Gaby and Mrs. Hele Rogers called on, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frye Monday. he ladie of the Bel Center Bible church have bee raakig a friendship quilt to send to Mrs. Vena Christy who is working wzt the NavaJo Indians in Famtton, New Mexico. There will be a carry-ira dinner Sunday t the church for Mrs. Swindeil who will be leaving soon to llve with her son Robert in Fort Wayne and for My. and Mrs. John Rehm and son, who have :lust re. turned from Germany. Everyo,ne Is invited to see the ffllm "God's Country" to be shown Saturday evening Feb. 13 at 7.30 p.m. at the Remington Bible church. 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