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The Sioux City Journal, Monday, August 5, 1974 A 5 'Fish Tale' Leads to Romance for Coed , f ; : ' k : ; MK. AM) MBS. IIKMtY MIGIVIT Golden : Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Maginot of Elk Point, S.D., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. ' A Mass will be said at 8 p.m. at St. Peter's Catholic Church at Jefferson with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Elk Point Nutrition Research at University Keeps Consumer Interests in Mind LINCOLN A consumer advocate with a difference. That might be one description of Dr. Constance Kies, professor of food and nutrition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. "I believe that the interests of consumers and the interests of good research can best be served by our cooperation with the food industry and food producers," Dr. Kies said in a research paper published last year, one of over 65 papers and abstracts published by the human nutrition researcher. Dr. Kies has been at the University since 1963, when she came here as an assistant professor. She has been researcher, in the area of food and nutrition at NU chiefly responsible for metabolic studies. Her major interests are human nutrient requirements and nutrient interrelationships. Dr. Kies has also studied the utilization of various cereal and plant proteins and the nutritional value of processed foods. Research has recently been completed on one of Dr. Kies' ills ' . I'll.?. if, 1(m lis 1 Halu play an important part in a nutrition renenrch program. Shown checking the white rats in their rages in the lalt i Dr. Constance Kies, professor of food anil nutrition at the University of Mehraska-Lineoln. Golorado calls ijon. find uiee uersa. Colorado is happening. Right now. - And you're Invited to join In on all the excitement and adventure that make Colorado such a great vacation des-x tination. We've plenty of gasoline tor you. For information, or tor tree Colorado Vacation Planning Packet, call toll free weekdays from 8 30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mountain Daylight Time, Or write Colorado, 830 State Capitol, Denver, Colorado 80203. Golorado. (300) Events Set Sunday Country Club. Hosts will be their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane of Elk Point, and three grandchildren. The couple was married Aug, 1924 ,n Vermillion. S.D, secondary interests studies on the nutritional knowledge and attitudes of various population groups. These have been conducted with Dr. Hazel Fox, chairman of the UN-L food and nutrition department and various nutrition students. The nutrition knowledge and attitudes of Nebraska wheat growers and beef producers was sampled in one recent study, conducted by Dr. Kies and former UN-L student Barbara Harper. Last year, Dr. Kies was presented the 51.000 Borden Award for outstanding research in the field of nutrition and experimental foods. The well-known researcher has attended meetings in Hamburg, Germany; Prague, Czechoslovakia; Kiev, U.S.S.R.; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Ankara, Turkey; Mexico City, Mexico; Warsaw, Poland; and many U.S. cities. Dr Kies said, however, that she doesn't have a favorite spot. "When traveling for research, you frequently don't get to see the country, but I enjoy the people and the exchange of ideas," she Sis, S: BS-; V . 0 'IDjJbE In the Lab Mil. AM) MRS. CUIUS ALBEUTSEM Mr. and Mrs. Chris Albertsen of Anthon, Iowa, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Battle Creek, Iowa (Midway). Albertsen and the former Ruby Johnk were married Aug. said. Dr. Kies said she and Dr. Fox are UN-L human nutritionists in metabolic research. "One can get stale without contacts in research," Dr. Kies said. Research in journals is four or five years old. If a department is to have a competitive research program, up-to-date information is needed. - The human nutrition research program at UN-L will be uprooted in the next year, Dr. Kies said. The Food and Nutrition Building, where the research labs are located, will be remodeled, and the labs will hopefully be moved to other buildings. Dr. Kies said, "It's difficult to move a metabolic research program, however, we plan to do it." She added that research cannot be turned off for a year and then turned right back on. Dr. Kies spends 70 per cent of her time on research for the University of Nebraska Experiment Station, and does some teaching of nutrition courses. Several years ago she was also the coordinator of the UN-L class called Women in Contem- Bartlett Refresher Whirl pared fresh bartlett pears with milk, ice cream and a little grenadine in the blender. Add a dash of salt and pour into tall glasses. Add a topper of chilled gingerale. , .V"- X v V V ALLIED CARPETS BINGO SPECIAL ALLIED CARPETS 2523 Myrtle St. Ph. 255-1647 i ! I ! 13, 1924, at Mapleton, Iowa, They farmed in the Danbury, Iowa, area until they moved to Anthon in 1964. Hosts for the open house will be their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Albertsen of Danbury. There are four grandchildren. porary Society. She is currently the advisor for the Women's Resource Center and the University Women's Action Group. Dr. Kies considers herself a feminist and is a member of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and Women's Equity Action League (WFAL). The professor said she has seen more discrimination against women in educational institutions than in her work for commercial companies, adding however, that her contact with commercial firms has been relatively slim. Changes are coming though. A large part of the problem, she said, is in identifying areas where both official and unofficial discrimination exists. The real problem, according to Dr. Kies, is still personal among people. "Much of the discrimintaion is unconscious. And that's a hard thing to change." "There is a bias against home economics, in part, because it has been a female-dominated field," she said. She added that one of the advantages of home economics, is that the opportunity is given to show what a woman can do. This opportunity is not as available in fields not dominated by women. "In home ecnomics, the professional bigotry hits somewhat later," she said. Often, a woman in home economics is not taken seriously, by people in other disciplines, and it's difficult to make people listen to you, she said. Dr. Kies said she enjoys art, especially Eskimo and Indian. Included among her favorites are weavings, carvings, sculpture and pottery. "I like items that are either tactile in actuality, or have a tactile nature in appearance." She also enjoys music, and said she is classically oriented. Reading is also on Mildred Fulton to Be Honored Miss Mildred Fulton of Sioux City, junior past president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Monahan Post 64, will be honored for her leadership of the last year, at a luncheon at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The event, hosted , by the membership, will be at the Elk's Club. Mrs. Gerret Jansen is in charge of arrangements, with reservations to be made by Tuesday with Mrs. Jansen or Mrs. Oscar Hanson. RUBBER BACK SHAG Six Colon to Choose From By Mike McCormick Shawnee Newi-Slar SHAWNEE, Okla, (AP) -What began with a (ish that had a crush on a coed at St. Gregory's College has turned into a romance between the coed and a young man from Allentown, Pa. The fish has died, but a strong relationship has developed between Karol Kluge, 19, of Syracuse, N.Y., and Bill Hirschman, a senior at Penn State University. In fact, Miss Kluge admits, "We've discussed marriage, but it would be at least three or four years away." It all began when Hirschman, Life Insurance Facts Booklet Offered Free Don't know a thing about life "ave InJ jTIla,nd ,Isf Ntot insurance? Designed To Sell You Life In- A new' booklet in simple, se:" . . down-to-earth language can What .t is des.gned to do is to remedy that problem in about provide the kind of basic 10 minutes' reading time. knowledge you need to make It's called "The Booklet You vou a more confident and efficient buyer if you decide the list of favorite activities. Dr. Kies received her B.S. in English from Wisconsin State College at Platteville in 1955 and her M.S. and Ph.D. in human nutrition from the University of Wisconsin in 1960 and 1963. She said Nebraska has been good to her and she's had good professional opportunities here. "There may come a time when I'm not happy with NU or when NU is not happy with me. When the professional relationship is broken, one of us will have to move," she concluded. USD Professor Will Lecture at N.D. Music Event A noted musician, collector and historian, Dr. Arne B. Larson, is scheduled to present a lecture during the fall board meeting of the National Federation of Music Clubs, when it convenes in Fargo, Aug. 22-26. According to the planning committee, between 300 and 400 delegates are expected to hear his lecture. This is the first time in the 78-year-history of. the Federation that North Dakota has been selected as the site for a federation convention. Dr. Larson, professor of music at the University of South Dakota, has a collection of musical instruments billed as one of the finest in the United States. The collection is representative of the major aspects of the history of both western and non-western music. Some of the more exotic items in the collection were obtained from missionaries in exchange for staple goods, and others came from British collections during World War II in trade for tea and canned goods. This collection is under the auspices of the "Shrine to Music," a unit of the University of South Dakota College of Fine Arts, and is housed on the campus at Vermillion. Barbecue The term "barbecue" originally referred to a whole animal roasted or broiled for a feast. The word probably came from the French "barbe-a-gueue." meaning "from snout to tail." Today's popular barbecue or outdoor preparation of meals is probably Southern in origin. The word was used in Virginia before 1700. Dieters Beverage If you're counting calories, count on buttermilk, as do many dieters. It contains 90 calories for an eight-ounch cup and may be used as a beverage with a meal or a snack. Buttermilk is especially good when served cold. Lasts Long There's no need to be without ice cream for any occasion if you keep it in the freezer. It holds without flavor loss for two months in a tightly covered plastic container or a carton which has been freezer-wrapped. 22, read in a Pennsylvania new-sapaper an account of the unusual crush the Siamese fighting fish had on Miss Kluge and how it would have a fit when she walked into the room, swimming around and splashing. Hirschman first wrote her about the story, saying, "I'm glad to see something happening which is nice for once." Miss Kluge wrote back thanking Hirschman for the letter. Since that exchange of correspondence the first week in March, things moved forward. Hirschman came to Shawnee in June for his vacation for his you need it. It is available free from the Institute of Life Insurance, Dept. FE, 277 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10017. Write for "The Booklet." MMm first meeting with Miss Kluge. "I was reluctant at first when he wanted to come here," Miss Kluge admits. "I wasn't sure about having a stranger in the house." But now, she says, "a deep friendship has developed" and adds, "Who knows what might happen in the future?" But she said that first she wants to graduate from college and Hirschman wants to get a master's degree. "Any idea of marriage would have to wait until after that, although he has talked about it," she said. Miss Kluge said she and Hirschman talked by telephone several times a week for a t' , in Joseph i ne Ward (TWO DOWN. ONE TO GO!) Now you can bank 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Security National's Downtown Motor Bank. Our new Midnight Money Manager is in full swing and ready to serve your banking needs anytime. Come in to either our Downtown or Morningside locations soon and have your picture taken for your Security-24 Card. It's your own personalized key to the Midnight Money Manager. COMING SOON TO THE NEW NORTHSIDE LOCATION. People say nice things about us. Security National Bank 6th & Pierce Street, Sioux City, Iowa Downtown Morningside Leeds Member F.D.I.C. while. But when she got a $104 phone bill and his was even more, they decided mutually to cut back to one call a week, Miss Kluge, an economics major, wants to go on and get her degree, probably from Southeastern State College in Durant, Okla, Hirschman, a social psychology major who hopes to tour Europe next summer, plans to go on for a master's degree after his graduation from Penn State, she said. She was planning to go home to Syracuse in August, but has changed her plans. She also was planning a visit to Hirschman, hut that had to he changed Scholarship Awarded at Josephine Ward of Sioux City has been awarded a Westmar College Honor Scholarship for the 1974-75 academic year. She also has been awarded a State of Iowa Scholarship. A graduate of West High School, Josephine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ward, 907 Goldie. The Westmar scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic performance and potential as reflected in prior academic achievements and (Mm because "I can't afford it." She admits, however, "I would like to be able to go see him if I could." And she says she doesn't plan to go back to Syracuse to live, only to visit, and feels that Oklahoma is home now. She said her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluge, a 9-year-old sister and her dog George already miss her and don't like the idea of that she won't be coming back to New York to live. This summer she has been' working the telephone' switchboard at St. Gregory's' while working at a drive-in' restaurant in the evenings. for Year Westmar the results of national testing programs. EXPERT WATCH and JEWELRY i REPAIRING i Thorpe & Co. Corner 4th & Pierce! Phone 258-7501, Sioux City, la. j ,booa a

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