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!: 12A. e lako, News .Thin. @y: _De 1. _ "Brown bagging" brings to mind all too often those days of bologna san- dwiches, potato chips, an apple and a carton of milk, doesn't it? The lunch-from-home of the '80's is much more notable and memorable than that. These totables can be anything from a sophisticated slice of quiche to a hot or cold cup of soup to an ever-popular sandwich, but served toay in pita (pocket) bread. We still want and need the same thing at lunch that Morn planned for when she packed those bologna sandwiches. The four food groups -- milk, meat, fruit and vegetables, grains --- should still be the basis for planning what to take. But beyond that, you need to personalize the food groups. Who will be eating this lunch? A con- struction worker who has used up a lot of energy and calories since breakfast? A company executive whose exercise has been confined to walking to the cof- fee pot? A child who is growing and ac- tive? A calorie counter whose main reason for taking a lunch is to keep the count down? Each of these people need the same need more energy in his lunch than a creeping in. desk-bound person. Larger portions of If you are counting calories, you'll en- four food group foods in his lunch will joy this crunchy, colorful Carrot do it. Active children need a variety of Cucumber Soup. Take along an open- interesting-looking foods to encourage faced sandwich made of thinly sliced them to eat lunch. Wrap their foods in chicken or other meat on thinly sliced clear wrap so they can see at a glance bread and a carton of milk for a trim what they have. Cut sandwiches and but satisfying lunch. other foods in small pieces; small ser- CARROT CUCUMBER SOUP vings are more appealing to young ap- 3 medium carrots, peeled and chopped petites. Avoid including too many lhcupsmilk sweets; they may get eaten at the ex- 2 cups plain yogurt pense of the more nutritious foods. I medium cucumber, cut up Calorie-counters often tend to skip 3 green onions (whites only) lunch or let a diet soft drink take its lh teaspoons garlic salt place. These people need a good, ~ teaspoon allspice blanaced lunch as much as anyone, for Dash White pepper their psyche and energy-level as well as Cook carrots until tender; set aside. overall nutrition. Breadless san- Combine milk, yogurt, cucumber, onion dwiches, yogurt, fruit, low calorie garlic salt, allspice and pepper in Hen- soups --- the possibilities for lean lun- der; chop. Pour into bowl. Stir in ches are endless. A mid-afternoon carrots. Chill. Garnish with cucumber snack of fruit or cheese might take care slice, carrot curl or fresh dill. Yield: of any hunger pangs that might be about 4% cups. prepared in different ways and packed in different amounts. That construction worker is going to /~m Families move often n. ' f. ,fh/_ in today's society S op In today's mobUe society, families of- ~ ~ T~n/l~l/o n~l in, ou M]~. ~~ ten make several moves throughout life. This results in normal stresses of making a new place "home" each time first year a succ.ss : -- a sort of "coming home," explains a family life education specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. Leaving home or moving often creates unsuspected stress on family members of all ages. When contem- plating a move, all family members need to be involved from the onset -- so they can voice their concerns, interests and frustrations. Once the decision is made to move, all family members should work together and early, specific plans,should be made. Texas Departme,l! of Public Safety EarPiercingReg. $10. O0. . now $8.00 Helene CurtiS perms, ., .o.oo ._$27. oo Lamar perms Je.,. , .oo .... no. $22. 00 _ ,.ost R.g. s25.oo.I ..... . . . _$22.oo Don,,&Mondo j .nteria 790 McEntlre 778=2836 Trinidad ue to t, ys in 1979 Buick LeSabre 4 dr., nice, loaded with everything including moon roof. s4895 1979 Pinto 2 dr., 4 cyl., ,4 speed with air. s3495 1979 Ford Pickup 6 cyl. s3995 1980 Thunderbird Town Landau, loaded, exceptionally nice. s6795oo 1980 Oldsmobile Delta Royale, 4 dr., 25,000 miles, exceptionally s6895 nice. 1980 Plymouth Horizon, power steering, power brakes, air, good gas mileage. s4897 1981 Mustang, 4 cyl., 4 speed, power steering, power brakes, air. s6195 1981 F150 Explorer, 6 cyl., 4 sp. overdrive, power steering, power s6795 brakes, air. Malakoff phone 303 W. Royall Blvd. Athens phone 489-0506 Malakoff, Texas 675-5566 (Out of Our Current Stock) (Reg. $160o0 to $180) ................ (Reg. s 150 to $180) ......................... (Reg. $250) ............ ................... (Reg. s330 to '350).. (Reg. $385) ........... Large Group of IIorduroy & Knit Shirts (R~g ,2o-,2s) or for Large Group of Shirts & Sweaters or for Values to $3500 Entire Stock of or (Boot Cut, Bell & Big Bell) or for for