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Page 8 Golden Valley News March 23, 2017 hful I hi How many times do you en- . Let's do a "snack checkup" for counter food in some form on a daily National Nutrition Month. Ask your- basis? self these questions. Having more As I drive to and from work, I see "Yes" responses indicates you are several restaurants, convenience nourishing your body with your stores and billboards. I'm glad I have snacks and beverages. breakfast before I leave for work or I organized or disorganized the envi- Do you provide yourself with might not be able to resist tempta- ronment might be. healthful snack options, such as yo- tion. Cornell University researchers gurt in the refrigerator or portion- If I happen to be listening to the conducted a study with 101 female controlled packets of nuts or trail mix radio, I might hear an ad for a food students. The students were placed in at home or work? Eating smaller, fre- or beverage. If I am hungry after a clean, organized kitchen or a quent meals can help prevent work, I could be tempted to call off messy, noisy kitchen. Then they were overeating later in the day. cooking duty and buy take-out food. given a writing assignment about When you provide snacks for While I peruse websites looking for being "in control" or "out of con- others, do you bring fruits, vegeta- information, food ads pop up on oc- trol." They were asked to taste and bles or items that are lower in fat, casion, rate cookies, crackers and carrots, sodium and/or calories? You can get While I'm at work, I might be en- and they could snack on those foods, the most nutrition for your money if ticed by bowls of treats in offices or The students who were placed in you compare nutrition labels on food on break tables. Of course, my work- the chaotic kitchen and who wrote packages. days consist of thinking, teaching about being "out of control" ate the Do you provide yourself with and writing about all aspects of food, most cookies. When the students protein-rich snacks such as Greek nutrition and health, were placed in the organized kitchen yogurt or part-skim mozzarella Think about your "food encoun- to participate in the project, they did cheese sticks? Protein helps stave off ters." We are influenced about what, not eat more cookies, even when hunger. how much and where to eat by many they wrote about being "in control" Do you keep yourself well-hy- things. A growling stomach anxious or "out of control." drated at work or home, with water for sustenance isn't always our main Based on this research, I think I as your main beverage? Staying cue. will do some spring cleaning in my well-hydrated helps you think clearly Researchers have studied children kitchen after work. and can help prevent overeating. and their exposure to advertisements. March is National Nutrition Do you measure a serving from Unfortunately, ads for healthful Month, according to the National the food package? If you eat crack- foods as snacks do not seem to gather Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, ers directly from the bag or box, you the same results as ads for unhealth- so.that's a good time to think about are likely to eat more than a serving. ful foods as snacks, what we eat,We also can think about Enjoy a serving of whole-grain When children ages 5 to 11 are the many influences on our eating, crackers. exposed to unhealthful foods, their ranging from advertisements to clut- Could you swap the contents of desire for and consumption of those ter, and ways to make the most the "treat bowl" with healthier op- foods increase. Unfortunately, in at healthful food choices, tions? Consider single-serving pack- least one study, exposure to ads for Many of us shortchange ourselves ages of dried fruit, nuts or fresh healthful foods such as carrot's and on fruits and vegetables, whether at tangerines that are easy to peel. grapes did not prompt the children to home or at work. Eating small, more "Put your best fork forward" dur- make more healthful choices, frequent meals can help fill nutrition ing National Nutrition Month. Food Adults also are influenced by their gaps while keeping our energy levels choices play a major role in main- food environment, and even by how high. taining our health. March 23, 1967 - 50 years ago: A cow died of rabies at the vet- erinarian's yardon Wednesday of last week. The cow was brought in by Harry Nagode, and was under ob- servation for five days before it died. Dr. Weidle thinks a skunk may have given the disease to the cow. The Rev. William J. Fahnlander, superintendent of Home on the Range for Boys, announced that the home has received a grant of $750 from the North Dakota Lumber- men's Association. The grant was given for the purchase of power tools for the proposed trade training program at the home for boys. Bud Sonnek, sponsored by the Hanson Lumber Co., took first place at the Big Three Bowling Regional play off in Williston last Sunday. Bud averaged 195 for 12 lines with a 2,333 scratch total. March 26, 1992 - 25 years ago: Bob Dobrowski has turned his hobby of cabinetry into a livelihood. Dobrowski designs, remodels, stains and refinishes cabinets, or any other type of furniture. Paul Barthel recently donated his grandmother's spinning wheel to the Golden Valley County Historical So- ciety. His grandmother was Christina (Mahs) Barthel. Christy WaMal, a 5' 11" guard- forward from Beach High School is the 1992 recipient of the Gatorade Circle of Champions North Dakota High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year Award. What's Happening? Listings for high school sporting events, plus public events that are free to anyone and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invitations, can be published free of charge in this column. GoLocal shopping/business campaign meeting, 6-8 p.m.. Thursday, March 23. at Prairie West Development Foundation. 55 1st St. SE. Beach Shown, from left, are Christine Finneman, Marilyn Carlson, Jessica Savini, Dolores Kremers and Florence Miske with their St. Patrick's Day rainbows that they made as a Manor craft activity. (Cour- tesy Photo) .... ~ ~ ~ week so we got done early. I think the led Devotions at 6 p.m. in the Chapel. ...... I MI A ~ ...... ' ~ ~" flu as well as new perms lightened Harry and Elaine Begger visited both our numbers this week. of his sisters, Edie Abraham and Flo- :~ Saturday, March 11 - Debi Lauf rence Finneman. Dixie Abraham also ~ *~ .1 ~:~!! It celebrated her birthday today! Exer- came to spend time with Edie Abra- t~A~,~. ~.,,.. ~ t~ ~ cises with Bonny Scott began at 10 ham. ,ur~,r -- ~'t~ ~i i i" - a.m. in the Activity Room. Kay Wednesday, March 15 - Crafts ....... Wiman and Todd Wilson came to see with Marlene and Bethine began at 2 ,~ Darlene Wilson. p.m. in the Activity Room. We had a .~" MI K Oplio;I I' t .... Spring seems to be fighting winter Barthel and Sara Bacon visited with for everyone to enjoy with their cof- right now - hope she wins the war! grandma Marilyn Carlson. Michelle fee when We were done with our craft Right now it's about 60 degrees and and Gary Hardy came to visit with time. Jessica Savini recorded all the beautiful - but who knows how long it Christine Fitmeman. The Men's Choir news that was shared. Mary Lee will stay. Monday, the 20th, was the sang at the 10:30 Mass at the church. Schmitz took blood pressure at the official first day of spring but that Jessica Savin! reported that they are Wibaux Health Fair. It was reported doesn't always work here in Beach, moving into the new Evangelical that 515 people were able to get into N.D. Everyone wants to see some Churoh building, the fair this year and that around 100 fresh green outside, beautiful flowers Monday, March 13 - Reading with walked away without getting in be- blowing in the wind, and T-shirt tem- Sharon Dietz or Gary Riederer began cause the line was just too long! peratures, at 2 p.m. with Coffee Time following Rumor has it that the sign in process Thursday, March 9 - Mass was at 3. Kay and Todd spent time with was changed and took a bit longer held at 9 a.m. in the Chapel of the An- Darlene Wilson. Taylor Abraham than usual. Marilyn Carlson is proud gels. At 10 a.m. Debi Lauf led Exer- came from. Spearfish to visit with to tell everyone that she has a new cise Time in the Activity Room. Edie Abraham. Mary Kay Barthel great-granddaughter born to her Shoppers rode the bus to shop in town brought her great-granddaughters grandson and granddaughter Lucas for their necessities. Bingo brought Lyvia and Ellington Wojahn to visit arid Jen Bostyan, of Denver, Colo. almost everyone down to the Activity their "church grandma," Marilyn Her name is Taylor Marie. She has an Room at 2 p.m. Many games were Carlson. older brother named Carter. played and won. Coffee Time fol- Tuesday, March 14 - Exercises A few more Bob Hope quotes for lowed at 3 p.m. with cute little St; with Bonny Scott began at 10 a.m. in the week: On why he chose showbiz Patrick's Day mini cupcakes. Kay the Activity Room. Bingo with the for his career: "When I was born, the Wiman and Todd Wilson came and First Lutheran Church members was doctor said to my mother, 'Congratu- visited with Darlene Wilson, Dorothy held at 2 p.m. in the Activity Room. lations, you have an eight-pound Stolberg and Leroy Pfau. Jo Heckaman was one of the bingo ham.'" Friday, March 10 - Hair Day ladies who came and actually signed On receiving the Congressional began at 8 a.m. with Susan Raisler in the book! Thank you! Everyone Gold Medal: "I feel very humble, but and Marlene Muruato as our hair who loves bingo came out to play and I think I have the strength of charac- ladies. Not too many ladies came this had a great time. Pastor Ben Baker ter to fight it." 1 I The location of a new road segment and bridge across the Lit- tle Missouri River may be in the route known as 'Alternative K Option 1,' which is the route that runs in a northeast/southwest direction across the river. (Courtesy Graphic) Study (Continued from Page 1) Possible routes that would go north of the.National Park Service's Elkhorn Ranch Unit, and through the U.S. Forest Service's Elkhorn Ranchlands were dropped from consideration several months ago. The draft EIS will be released in about two or three months, said Turn- bow. The matter was also briefly discussed at the commissioners' March "meet- ing, when a Bismarck Tribune reporter brought up the subject. Commission- ers Joe L. Kessel and Mike Kasian were present, while Commissioner Jim Arhaud was absent. Kessel spoke in favor of a bridge project in general. An official endorsement of the route that Turnbow mentioned wasn't made by the commissioners. Budget (Continued from Page 1) mittee that gathered data about the campuses, asked nearly every president about classroom utilization. Committee members also asked about debt loads for students, about back- ground checks for employees and about policing on campus. Most of the presidents discussed the impact of cuts on campuses, includ- ing cutting faculty and staff, in almost every case. and the cutting programs in some cases. Dakota College at Bottineau is the state's smallest with an enrollment of about 800 students and a total general fund budget of about $8 million. It's re- duction amounts to about 12 percent, including 6.9 staff. Dickinson State University is hardest hit, with reductions totaling more than 30 percent. Several of the presidents pleaded for more time to let their campuses know of spending cuts. On his family's early poverty: "Four of us slept on the one bed. When it got cold, mother threw on an- other brother." On his six brothers: "That's how I learned to dance. Waiting for the bathroom." On his early failures: "I would not have had anything to eat if it wagn't for the stuff the audience threw at me." On going to heaven: "I%e done benefits for all religions. I'd haie to blow the hereafter on a.technicality." "Thanks for the memories." Sunday, March 12 - Adoration lot of fun "pounce painting" a rain- began at 8:30 a.m. in the Chapel. bow on wood with a pot of gold on Word & Communion followed at one end. We all left with our newly 9/;30. Cards and Game Time began at made "treasures" that can be seen 2:30 p.m. in the Dining Room with hanging on doors around the Manor. Coffee Time following at 3. Josh Bethine arranged platters of goodies Free Veteran Transportation 2 County Veterans can Uavel to VA and medical )ointments for FREE. Call one of these transportation proC~lers, or ~sl ~r website. G~a~t Free Transportation for Gol n Valley County_ Veterans HRTG Van - call to schedule a ride 701-872 673 1-800-920-9595 701-8"12-3836 ND Transportation Coordinator Golden Valley/Billings Council on Aging MI(E Dakota of Veterar Affairs IMla i olfr : 792-239-71,85 G, lde Valtlle r l',y OiffEe: 7@1-872- 73