The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 10, 1972 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1972
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t vi Couity marriages last longer AM elsewhere jim Van Peursem and Valerie Deets have happy hearts just thinking about intlne Day. They are M-OC kindergarten students. Public Wool \Memi What is love? IRY 11 I or ham .hips celery/ fe, pickles I bars fjulce, Milk , February 14 |ed potatoes pattle or fish sticks i beans fesauce tie jyiches, milk , February 15 |& Beans fers Iraut •with pears tches, milk |day, February 16 balls in spaghetti ice ed peas ots Riches, milk , February 17 jatters Sandwiches jce salad ! crisp With Valentines Day approaching, Pat Mullenberg, M-OC second grade teacher, thought it would be particularly appropriate to have her students give thought to the question. "What is Love?" Here are the answers she received. Love Is Happiness I think. I think love is a wonderful thing. I think love Is the best. Thing in the world. Kevin Vande Kamp What love means to me is loving other people and caring for them. Jay McKinstrey Helping others when there sick. Loveing kindness. Love one another. Be kind to others. Don't brake up. Don't fight. Help the people In the wars don't get killed. Sandra De Jong My dad works for money. Because he loves us. Being kind to me In true loving care. Steve Van't Hof Love means to mean you Love people. And care for people. And help the people who are sick. Kristin Grienke Wen people are sick othe people help them David Hofland Love means to me if you truely keep Gods promise in your Heart. He will live you as much as others even your Mother and Dad. Rhonda Van Abbe ma In Sioux County, do fnarrl ages last longer than they do elsewhere? What is the divorce rate ta the local area compared with what It Is in other communl- "ccordlng to the latest statistics, the great majority of local people, once they get married, tend to stay that way. However, breakups among them are occurring more frequently now than In former years. That is In line with the times. According to recent government figures, the divorce rate In the United States has jumped no less than 33 percent in the last ten years. In 1960, for every 1,000 couples throughout the country who were married there were 35 divorced persons. In the past year this ratio rose to 47 per 1,000, the Census Bureau reports. At the present time there are some 4,272,000 men and women In the nation who have been divorced and have not remarried. In addition, there are 2,662,000 who are listed as separated. Among Sioux County residents, the divorce rate is on the low side, compared with the national. The tabulations show that there are 9 divorced people locally for every 1,000 married couples. Elsewhere in the West North Central States, bywayofcom- parison, the ratio is' 46 divorced per 1,000 couples and, Meeting held by cancer society In the State of Iowa, 41 per 1,000. . In actual numbers, there are 37 divorced men in the local area and 83 divorced women. The probability of remarriage Is apparently quite different for the men than for the women. For every divorced man who was still eligible for remarriage In 1970, there were two divorced women who had not remarried. Census officials conclude that men have greater opportunities to re marry and greater inclination to do so. Sample surveys have been made to determine how many people were once In the divorce column but have since remarried. In general, It was found, there are approxlmat- , ely 2.5 such persons for every one who Is currently divorced. On that basis, it is estimated that there are about 300 men and women In Sioux County who had previously been divorced. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* The Holland-Nassau Homemakers treated the residents to a large variety of breads and also visited with them on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frer- Ichs and family and Miss Mabel Schuller from Le Mars called on Mr. James Schuller on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Rick Vande Berg from Doon and Miss Wllmyna and Dick Van Hill called on Mr. John Van't Holl. Rev. D. Lenderlnk from Trinity Reformed Church had charge of the services on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wm. Van Gorp sang 2 solos. He was accompanied by Mrs. Van Gorp. Mrs. Dea Vander Hoeven returned from the hospital on Friday. Mr. Nick Aalbers from Des Molnes called on his grandmother, Mrs. Brower on Saturday. Spiced Blueberry Delight I wanted to know how to ride a bike, and I asked mi mom if she could help me ride the bike. . James Harald Love Is when you have a problem. I go to my mom or dad and talk It over with them. When sombodles new you go to them and ask them If they want to play with you. and love Is being kind and curtlus. Tara Riggan Key volunteers from Sioux County attended a one-day area meeting Feb. 3, 1972 In Sioux City, Iowa, conducted by the American Cancer Society. The purpose o£ the meeting was to make plans for the 1972 educational and fund-raising crusade to be held in April. Mr. Dayld Stanley, 1972 Iowa Crusade Chairman, was TTr*-,T->T-vrvrri T iriw\T3T?<z the featured speaker of the WEDDING LICENSES day _ He explalned the ln _ David Vernon Meyer, 21, creased responsibility of the Paulllna, Iowa; and'Janet Kaye work of the American Cancer Gerstandt, 19, Paullina, Iowa. Society as a voluntary agency Billy Gene Van Kley, 19, as a result of the recent fed- Sioux Center, Iowa and Sandra eral government tax appro- Kay Groeneweg, 19, Hull,Iowa priatlons for cancer. Harold Allen Van Essen, 21, Representatives from Sioux Inwood, Iowa and La Vonne Bounty attended a one-day Looking for that "just right" dessert to serve the next time you entertain bridge club? Blueberry Spice Cake will be perfect! •Pancake mix puts it in the easy-to-make category, while assuring light and tender results every time. But you won't be able to keep your success secret long as guests are sure to want the recipe. This dessert is great any season as the blueberries, sprinkled over the batter before baking, can be fresh, frozen or canned. Lightly spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, this cake is especially delicious served warm with ice' cream atop. BLUEBERRY SPICE CAKE Makes 8 servings J/3 cup butter or margarine, | melted cup fresh, frozen or canned blueberries, drained 2 5* 33' PV^- 1 - *., . i, ;EK land Mrs. Jake V. Van- Irlend and Mr. and Mrs. Vander Grlend will be ig dinner together on lay evening in honor of Sake Vander Griend's frsary. [and Mrs. Gerrit Alons ioyden, Mrs. Maynard from Sanborn and 3ney Vander Griend Iheldon were callers in of Reka Alons on |y afternoon. i and Mrs. Henry Te i entertained In honor, Ruth Vande Steeg's at the Holland House jday. . and Mrs. Gerrit Int' I from Rock Valley were Js on Monday In the home "tnrad and Bertha Vos. 1 Kool from Sioux Falls ' 3 weekend in the Henry [andschulp home. j and Mrs. Tom Rellly jBronson were Tuesday loon guests In the home Is. Battle Vande Brake. y afternoon guests in ve Van Iperen home 1 with Mrs. Ben Van- .Grlend were Mr. and [Rod Vander Grlend and and Mr. and Mrs. Jus- peyer and family, when -them medicine and : dotor * couldn't give them. Igiyethem t.l.c. tender loving care. Rusty Siders I Thank love nice. Love loves evre one. Love Is wining. Love is good. Love is when someone is nice to you. Love is what makes the world click. Kyle Keithley Care for freinds kindness and to obey. To like freinds. John Scorza Being kind helpful and true loveing care. And giving love not only to aminals and people but loveing flowers too. Hazel Moss When your teocher helps you. When you nead helps she comes to you. Love Evan. Evan Haarsma were: 'Mrs. Effle "Rodney Theodore schwe- Smeenk of Orange City, Iowa, back, 25, Alton, Iowa and Mar- Mrs. Vera Berding of Hos- lys Ann Brown, 23, Alton, Pers, Iowa, Mrs. Mike Pohlen Iowa> of Hospers, Iowa. GOLDEN SESAME BUNS 24 rolls 6 1/2 to 1 1/2 cups enriched 1/2 cup sugar flour* 1 tablespoon salt 1 package dry yeast 2 eggs 2 cups water 1/2 cup oil Sesame seeds Stir together 3 cups flour and yeast. Heat water, oil, sugar and salt over low heat only until warm, stirring to Wend Add liquid ingredients to flour-yeast mixture, and beat until smooth, about 2 minutes on medium speed of electric mixer or 300 strokes by hand. Blend in 1 egg. Add 1 cup flour and beat on medium speed 1 minute or 150 strokes by hand. Stir in more flour to make a moderately stiff dough. Turn onto lightly floured BUT- See and^nead until smooth and satiny, about 8 to 10 minutes^ Shape into ball and place in lightly greased bowl, turning to grease all sides. Cover and let rise in warm place (80 to 85 ) until doubled, about 1% hours. Punch down. Divide dough tato 24 equal pieces; shape each into smooth ball. Place on ereased baking sheets. Let -stand uncovered at room tempera- ?u?e until doubled, about 2 hours. Beat remaining egg and brush over buns. Sprinkle generously with sesame seeds. Bake in preheated 400° oven 20 to 30 minutes, or until done. 2 eggs % cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg %. cup milk .,_ l-^'CujjiS:-pancSke' i'mix *'' Heat oven to moderate (350°F.). Place eggs, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg in small mixer bowl; beat until well combined Gradually blend in milk. Stir in pancake mix and butter Pour into greased 8-inch square baking pan. Sprinkle blueberries over top of batter. Bake in preheated oven (350°F.) 30 to 35 minutes. Serve warm with ice cream. , .8 scoops •panilZa ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sie- monsma and family from Alton and Mrs. L. Slemons- ma from Sheldon called Mrs. Gertrude Siemonsma the past week. The Mary-Martha Circle of the First Reformed Church gave a program on Tuesday. Mrs. Frieda Hill was admitted on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Koldenhoven from Sanborn and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mulder called on Mr. Fred Vander Ham the past week. HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sure to visit our next Beltone 1 Service • Center At the Village Hotel 10 a.m. until noon Wed., Febr. 16 HEARING"AID CENTER Donald E. Hoffman ..; 521'Grand Ave. • Spencer, Iowa Phone 262-1766 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond De Jong spent 3 weeks in Lakewood, California, where they attended the 50th wedding an- neversary 'of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brink. On their return they stopped at Denver for two days to visit Peter Vander Broek and Lynn Kromen- dyke. Mr. and Mrs. John Kalsbeek and Paul from Sioux City were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. William Kalsbeek. They also visited with other relatives in Orange City. iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii NEW! from REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS LORELEI S25O WEDDING RING 29.75 CHELSEA $300 ALSO FROM 2OO WED. RING 75 MAN'S IOO Dramatic new styles in 14K yellow and white gold each protected against diamond loss. Each guaranteed for perfect quality, permanent registration and trade-in value. VANGELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the bank Orange City, Iowa iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii Kindness not hitting do not hurt people younger than you Happiness. Peter Koehn To love one and another and to be clnd and love your peretns and be thak that God Gave you another day to live. Steve Schuller Love is under standing. Like if you dldnot under stand something you could ask your mother or father. Love is kindness. When someone Is sick be kind to them. Gretchen Vander Laan Love is carelng for other people. Love is helping and careing for your mothe and fother, Love is loveing ood. Nyla Van Roekel Weve Discovered Grandma's Secret to Beautiful Nails. Now, You and Your Entire Family Can Have Attractive, Sturdy Nails Without Using Coatings or Nail Polish This is IPS History. Dry Cleaning offer 20% Discount 'o on. dry cleaning orders of $3.00 or more, are beautifully cleaned and put In new tick " We're Plan VAtUf I Pillows I • OflW ~"~ *"***w*MVU*Jf v*u»iicw **».v. i*-. --- ----- _ |*'«o/c off, Carpet and furniture cleaning -- 20% I Discount. Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton E d's Barber shop - Hospers Cleaners & Launderers AVC, N.E., 546-4161 THE NATURAL WAY TO AVOID CRACKING, SPLITTING AND PEELING NAILS. For all women, men and children Popular with professional men and women nation wide, MATIIRAI NAILS a specially formulated dermatological chip or peel off, because the shine is YOU! Seeing h Believing Come in for a Free Demonstration The Future This year marks our 100th birthday. Since 1872, we've served you and the people in IPS territory. Heated homes and businesses. Lighted schools and hospitals. We've kept the power coming in the worst kind of weather, year-in and year-out. And we're working to keep it coming. Add- ing new sources of energy. Building facilities that blend with the environment. Training our people to serve you even better. We've been around for 100 years, but now we're planning for the next 100. Planning to play an even more vital part in your future. 737-4919 Prescriptions ^ On Stoplight Corner THE YEARS OF SERVICE Jeayice people THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 10, 1972-7

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