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Image 7 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), April 16, 1970

Part of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.)

0 0 vitacd as uecavM -- S 4tf 5 81 V 1 JEFFERSON REPORTER. Thursday, April 16, 1970-- 7- AM . 'A AS. uY A ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST FOR THE LADIES OF REPORTERLAND No Cinderellos Stork To Finish Children Can Lead In Family Reforms Prepare Girls For Real Roles, Not Myth, Says M. Humphries When the Kentuckiana Girl to work, she stated. Eight out of Scout Council holds Its annual ten are going to spend 25 years meeting on April 20 at 10 a.m. or more in the labor market as at the Buechel United compared to 24.7 years for Methodist Church, 2817 Hikes men. At the same time women jobs, Lane, guest speaker will be Mrs. are holding the Marie Humphries. the menial tasks. They are She is chairman of the unprepared for their roles. Kentucky Commission on There is little indication that Women. women work in order to evade Mrs. Humphries will discuss the work of the Kentucky responsibility at home or for Commission on Women, the "the pure heck of it," Mrs. findings on the studies on the Humphries has found. They work for economic reasons. status of women and what an Some families would be on the organization like the Girl Scouts poverty level if the woman was can do to prepare girls for not a working wife. tomorrow's world. "The chief roadblock to the The educated women who progress of women is the work do so not necessarily for attitude which women have economic reasons, she toward themselves," Mrs. continued, but because they Humphries said in a phone don't find fulfillment in interview from her Frankfort cleaning an oven twice a week. "Some say women have left office this week. A Reporterland resident, she lives the home and this has resulted at 38 1 0 Taylorsville Road. in disturbed children, but it isn't Quoting the findings of the so. It is the disturbed women, at previous ad hoc Commission on home but climbing the walls, the Status of Women headed by who create disturbed children." Women can either work or Chloe Gifford, Mrs. Humphries said that in Kentucky legal do volunteer work as well as barriers to the advancement of take care of a home and children women no longer exist. Women without shirking either, Mrs. are essentially hindered by only Humphries believes, as long as two major factors: the first is the children are taken care of in the long standing traditional a responsible day care center, role of women as conceived by nursery or other arrangement. men, the community and Volunteer work was society in general. The second something she also stressed, factor affects the station of pointing out that before going women in the eyes of woman on the state payroll she had herself. given much time to this sort of To a great extent woman has thing. hampered her own progress in modern society by harboring No More Cinderella and maintaining an involved and stereotyped J'After working 11 years -- . ." t ...;,!,... j ! f.- - i 5n't "a. uuu.c anU Vvwbwi niow ijwwid' '.cftas-ela- o found the same "soap 6peras7sfl5 JXplalfietfr " conclusions reached at local and Part of the commission's national meetings. work, she said is to "do away "Until there is a change of with Cinderella attitudes." attitude, there will never be "Let's do away with that progress," she said. attitude of getting married and The uppermost concern of living happily ever after," she the commission, according to said, "because there is no real Mrs. Humphries, has been the security in marriage, not when need for getting girls to we're faced with the fact that in realistically face their roles in teenage marriages one out of life. three will end in divorce. Yet in Nine out of ten girls are going the professional girl's marriage there is rarely a divorce because they respect each other for intellectual stimulus as opposed to equating sex with marital lly father from smoking. This was a real twist on life. Most children go on hunger strikes or act out hostility for personal gratifications. This child actually wanted to help her parent. After reading this article, the wheels in my head started turning and I wondered if this could be a useful technique to influence parents. I do not mean for every child to go on a hunger strike every time they see a parent doing something that is harmful to their own bodies. However, I can think of many times where it would be useful to teach children in school to recognize the detrimental habits that their parents encourage. success. "This is what we're doing right now. We're telling girls to develop their minds so they will be a real partner to their husbands. We're telling them to prepare themselves for their roles, not to be lead off into a delusion of grandeur." "The commission sometimes is misunderstood," she said. "Sometimes it is thought that we are trying to get women out of the house. This isn't so. The fact is that they are already out of the house. We're trying them for it." Two years ago Governor Louie B. Nunn appointed Mrs. Marie Humphries as chairman of the newly created commission low-payi- . BY ELLIOTT PODOLL, M.D. Recently there was an article in the newspaper relating the experience of a child who went on a hunter strike to keep her i State Agency setting In up the commission, Governor Nunn established it as a state agency and provided monies for its operation through his congingency fund. The newly decorated offices using the color scheme of the National Commission on the Status of Women, red, black and are located in the white Capitol Annex. - , - Commission The il composed of 23 members, excluding the chairman, and broadly represents the women of Kentucky, geographically, educationally ' rnh f-- g MRS. MARIE HUMPHRIES, chairman of the Kentucky Commission on Women, will address the Girl Scout Council at its annual meeting at Buechel United Methodist Church Monday, April 20. has served as president of a local unit and has a state life and membership award economically. The youngest member is a student 8"i the ( CiviCjt aictued busiuess woman. At the time Mrs. Humphries was asked to fill this post, she was deeply involved in many volunteer organizations. She has been active in the Republican Women's Club for 12 years, serving as president locally and of the as fourth state organization. A Baptist, she also keeps busy teaching a women's adult Sunday School class. She has been active in P.T.A., se nt for , outstanding service. A member of the Federated Women's Clubs for eight yeftrtf) she has held four chairmanship. While Spiritual and Morals Value Chairman, she wrote a religious play entitled "In the Image of God," for which she received the State Award. Her interests have also included the auxiliary to the Goodwill Industries in which she has held four chairmanships. In addition, she is a member of Zonta International, an organization of women In addition to Mrs. executives and the Business and Professional Women's Humphries' address, the annual Clubs. Here she sees women meeting program will include helping other women and the election of the Board of receives "a great deal . of Directors , Members, a satisfaction" from the work presentation by the Council theydo. Recognition Committee, and a Married for 21 years to recommendation from the James W. Humphries, she is the Western Kentucky Presidents' mother of two. an regarding Cynthia, 1 8, is a freshman at Commission of Kentuckiana Western Kentucky University. extension Steven, age 1 6, is a junior at Council's jurisdiction. Seneca High School. Only delegates are eligible to Mrs. Humphries served as a vote, but the meeting will be Brownie Leader for three years. open to the public. Cynthia was a Girl Scout and All Council members and progressed to the Cadette Scout friends are invited. Level. Economical Dishes 1 For 'After-Income-Ta- BY MARY REISINGER ( Reporter Home Economist Do you nave me blues? If so, you're probably in no mood for expensive cuts of meat or fancy foods. But your family will still be hungry. To give your budget a chance to recuperate, here are some easy, economical, and enjoyable main dish ideas. "after-income-ta- . v. Festival Chicken chickens (2W-- 3 pounds each), cut up W cup flour 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 medium onion, finely FERN OAK WELCOME WAGON'S most recent project for chopped Central State Hospital was furnishing curtains for a ward of 2 cloves garlic, minced elderly ladies. Pictured making the curtains are from left, Mrs. 2 cans (8 ounces each) or 1 William Griffin, Mrs. Dan Hall and Mrs. Dale Herrington. The can (IS ox.) tomato sauce with event for Central State will be a Monte Carlo club's tomato bits Night to be held April 18 at the Eagles Lodge, 201 Outer Loop. 1 cup dry sherry 1 cup water 2 chicken bouillon cubes 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon salt Guest speakers will be Lee The April meeting of the 2Vi cups packaged Fern Oak Welcome Wagon will Purcell and Sandy Igleheart of rice the Carter Paint Company. fat held April 16 at 8 p.m. at Yi cup sliced stuffed green Fairview Christian Church, Their topic will be olives "Redecorating the Interior of 4411 Bardstown Road. 1 can ( 2 ounces) sliced Your Home." mushrooms, drained g event The club's pluegrass Belles Coat chicken with flour; for Central State will be a Monte brown in oil. Add onion and Hold Membership Tea 18 be held April Belles Carlo Night toLodge, 201 Outer gralic; cook slightly. Stir in at the Eagles tomato sauce, sherry, water, lomemakers will hold their bouillon cubes, chili powder tnonthly meeting April 21 at 10 Loop. The public is invited. and salt. Cover tightly ; simmer 1 m. at the Hikes Point brancn hour, stirring occasionally. Federal Savings and (of Lincoln Stir in rice; remove from Loan. Chancel Drama Comes heat. Cover and let stand S meeting will be a To Meadowview Church The minute. Sprinkle with olives tea. Interested membership 0 or George Bernard Shaw's and mushrooms. Serves 6 to 8. call persons may drama "Saint Joan" will be "Convenience presented as a chancel drama in A lesson on Supper Green Beans-Tun- a Foods" will be given by Evelyn the sanctuary of Meadowview 1 can (11 oz.) condensed Presbyterian Church at 2944 Gray. Lane on Cheddar cheese soup (or use 1 Hostess will be Nadine Breckinridge can condensed cream of April 22. Wednesday, Lingle. 2 fund-raisin- g Welcome Wagon Meets pre-cook- fund-raisin- Bluearass 267-613- 267-521- 0. 1 i broiler-frye- r For example, in the first grade we could show a child the harmful effect of eating too much sugar and not eating enough protein, or getting the proper vitamins. This would be a simple experiment done by using white mice. The child could see the effect of the poor diet on these mice. This would be a much more impressive example when this same child sees the parent bring home cakes, and encourage potatoes or other carbohydrates without the addition of protein. Why not teach the first grader how to spell vitamin, and how to spell protein? The same experiment can be done with white mice by including alcohol to show the harmful effect it has on not only the body but also the reaction time of mice. It is not too difficult to set up a smoking machine to show it child what happens when cigarette smoke is brought into the lungs. You can very easily show them this by using a balloon and by collecting the tar and the yellow stain of the nicotine on a filter paper. The child could be taught to go into another room when the parents are smoking. This same child could be taught to tell the parents that he does not wish to breath the polluted air. Fit 2 tablespoons margarine 1 can (7 ounce) seafood 2 cups water teaspoon salt teaspoon garlic salt 1 13 cups packaged rice Vi cups cooked or canned cut green beans 1 large onion, sliced 2 cans (7 ounces each) tuna, drained and coarsely flaked Combine soup, waiter, salt, and garlic salt in a large skillet. Cover and bring to a boil over medium heat. Then stir in beans, onion, and tuna. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer S minutes, stirring occasionally. Makes about 6 servings. Vi Vi pre-cook- Polka Dot Pizza Vi pound lean ground beef 2 tablespoons minced onion 2 cans (8 ounces each) tomato sauce teaspoon sugar teaspoon oregano Vi teaspoon basil 1 package (12) refrigerated biscuits Vi pound Mozzarella or mild processed cheese cut in strips Shape meat into 30 small balls; brown in skillet. Pour off fat. Add onion, tomato sauce, sugar, oregano and basil. Cook sauce, covered, for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Press 2 biscuits together; pat or roll into thin circles; place on baking sheet; pinch edge to make rim. Arrange S meatballs on each circle and soon on sauce. 1 Vi Arrange spoke-fashio- n Mood Jiffy Seafood Ragout mushroom, cream of celery, or tomato soup) cheese strips between meatballs. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes. Makes 6 pizzas. tablespoon 1 chopped onions 1 13 cups rice teaspoon salt Dash of pepper V teaspoon Worcestershire 'A sauce 2 2 drops Tabasco sauce teaspoons lemon juice cup cooked, sliced carrots can (lO'i oz.) condensed cream of mushroom soup 'A cups hot water. Melt margarine in skillet. Add seafood and onions. Heat and stir until onions are softened about 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in remaining ingredients. Cover and simmer about 10 minutes or until all liquid is absorbed. Makes 3 or 4 servings. 1 1 1 - Ask Amy Adams Helping Others Dear Amy: I do think that "A Believer in God" has paid as little attentionreading the words of the Bible as she did your reply to "Corrine." "I don't know you and care less." What a horrible and uncalled-fo- r remark for anyone, much less a Christian, to make! She sounds like a Sunday churchgoer who doesn't really live her daily life as a Christian. The type who drives people like "Corrine" in the opposite direction. Amy, your response was very tactful, and I feel you were right; one does find oneself in helping others. A very Christian principle. A psychiatrist can give an extremely troubled person more immediate help and direction. He is one of God's helping hands. One direction might well be to find a church family. Corrine can pray to God for help, before she'd go to church. But one usually finds that one needs to be with others Diane a closer who are seeking relationship with God. Many people believe that it takes the effort of prayer, study and discussion, beyond the assistance of a good preacher's sermons, to gain a more solid foundation and closeness to God. A Searching Protestant Dear Amy: I am a ; Meurer, L. Senior At Seneca, Wins Scholarship Diane L. Meurer, a senior at Seneca High School, is among IS students from seven Kentucky counties awarded competitive scholarships academi-- recently ar 'III? JEFFERSONTOWN ISA GOOD PLACE to live! WHY DRIVE SO FAR TO DO YOUR BUSINESS? Kentucky Society of Natural History will sponsor a spring wildflower and photography workshop at Mammoth Cave National Park the weekend of April 17, 18, and 19. Field trips and special programs are included. All events are open to the public for a registration fee of one dollar (children under 12 free). Those who wish to attend may register after arrival at the park without advance notice. Registration begins at 5 p.m., Friday, April 17, in the lobby of the Mammoth Cave Hotel. Lodging and meals should be arranged for by the individual. Additional information can be had by writing to the Kentucky Society of Natural History, P.O. Box 623, Louisville, Kentucky. Jeffersontown has Three banks One Savings and Loan Association Many insurance agencies CPA and accountant Printers Hardware Stores Supermarkets Bakers and Florists among the 201 firms doing business in our outstanding community. - If YOU make a move. SEE REALTORS Jeffersontown't Oldest Real Estate Firm 267-541- 4 w rV lf I widow and still address all my letters "Mrs. John Doe." My sister told me I am wrong and that it should be "Mrs. Jane Doe." Who is right and who is wrong? Mrs. John Doe Dear Mrs. John Doe: Your sister Is wrong. You should sign all your correspondence as "Mrs. John Doe." The only time you use your given name ("Jane") is when you write to a personal friend in which case you do not use "Mrs." n nr n Jr wn't w w. rs FEDERAL SAVIUGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 4- t CHESTNUT c by Morehead State University's School of Sciences and Mathematics. Miss Meurer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Meurer, 301 8 Radiance Road, received a four-yea- r grant worth $800. She placed first in a mathematics examination, one of five administered each spring in different areas. Four-yea- r, two-yea- r, and one-yegrants worth $100 each semester are awarded to the top three scorers in each field. Mammoth Cave Park Hosts Workshop Blues x' An hour every day could be spent on a project called "Teach Your Parents How To Have Good Manners At The Dining Room Table." The child could be taught that dinnertime is not the place to argue or bring up unpleasant subjects. The child could also teach parents good manners and show them how to chew their food properly and to ask for the rolls by saying "please." Finally the child could show the parent how impolite it is to jump up from the table before everyone else is finished. I am sure many of these "teach your parents good manners and health habits" would really help our entire world. HIKES P0IN1 OKOIONA I?

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