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Services Held for Luella Penning [-M-. ........................................... 1954. The couple moved on the Getting Back in Touch with the Kitchen ii:iiii livedPenning family farm where theYtheir entire married life. To this :ReneeSweers, HumanSciencesSpecialist, NutritionandWellness : union three children were born: i Iowa State University Extension and Outreach i I ! 1 Douglas, Audrey, and Julia. i i Lueila was an active member of When the air is crisp and the leaves start to fall we tend to crave food that is a bit heartier than the summer !ii i the Christian Church (Disciples) and fare. I know I feel more like cooking when the weather turns cooler. Does your family cook much at home? the American Legion Auxiliary. She Busy schedules and access to eating out and carry out make it easy for families to stay out of the kitchen. enjoyed playing cards and board i Are you ready to get back in touch with your kitchen? Preparing foods at home is healthier and saves money. games with her family and friends i Cooking and eating at home promotes family time and shared cookinlz with the family is fun. It allows for i and was an avid BINGO player,i ..... - . . .i ihealthier eatmg smce you know and control what is m your food. Meals cooked at home can be higher m fruits, m Lueila was always willing to help vegetables and whole grains. others and would often help herResearch shows that children who eat with their parents have better grades in school, do better at staying out children with canning 'pears and meat. On Saturdays she would go to m m of trouble, and are less likely to become obese as children. Luella Marie Penning the A & W in Sheldon, IA with some m Cancer, diabetes and heart disease are all tied to unhealthy eating habits. At least a third of all cancers are 1930 - 2015 of her grandkids. She also looked [ associated with diet. The more people cook at home the healthier their plate can be. So, how to get started Luella Penning, age 85 of Rock forward to going to the Frying Pan in [ cooking at home more often? Rapids, IA died Tuesday, September Sioux Falls, SD with her husband [ Start gradually. If you don't usually cook at home, set a goal to cook and eat two meals a week at home then 15, 2015 at Sanford Hospital in Cliff. Luella would always greether gradually increase it week by week. Rapids, kids with, " Kalow: Funeral service were held 1:00 Luella is survived by her three i Healthy eating focuses on fruits and vegembles, whole grains and lean protein, i Plan ahead and keep healthy staples on hand such as instant brown rice, whole grain pasta and fresh, canned p.m. Friday, September 18, 2015 at children: Douglas (Jolene) Penning and frozen fruits and vegetables. Look for canned vegetables with less or no salt and fruit canned in juice or the Christian Church (Disciples) in of Beaver Creek, MN, Audrey (Rod) [ water. Rock Rapids, IA, with Reverend Kracht of Rock Rapids, IA and Julia Try new recipes that are high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Carolyn Salberg officiating.Marra of Hull, IA; nine grandchil- Burial in the Riverview Cemetery dren: Terry (Tricia)Penning, Jessica One place to start is the ISU Extension and Outreach Spend Smart Eat Smart website, www.exten- in Rock Rapids, IA. (David) Dibbern, Cody Penning; In addition to healthful recipes, the site contains information on saving money In lieu of flowers memorials may Becky (Will) Scholze, Cherie on food, tips for buying and storing food, and has videos that show everything from cutting fruits and vegeta- be directed to the Christian Church Kracht, Nathan Kracht; Nicolebles, planning menus, cooking recipes and cooking with children. The recipes are all lower in sodium and fat I1 I II I I I I 1 I 1 I i II II l l I I l I I II l I I | I KALEB'SCOMMENTS- I (Disciples) in Rock Rapids, IA. (Chris) Blum, Amanda (Ryan) and are economical to prepare, not to mention delicious Here are a few of my fall favorites" ! I By Ken Barker I Huistem and Kels Jon Van Ten ak] Ri " " Luella Marie Penning was born on " y (..).. , "y " "co Bowl I I The times they are changing... 1 March 6, 1930 in Modale, IA, the Egdom; eleven great-grandcnilaren; Skillet Lasagna s/recipes/skillet-lasa na daughter of Comelius and Carrie one brother, Nell (Jeannine) Ha.rsma Pork Loin and Vegetables I When I was a boy, I was promised a I I (Grothe) Harsma. She grew up in of Loram, OH," and many. ,meces'. ,m . Butternut Squash Enchiladas www.extension iastate edu/foodsavings/recipes/buttemut-squash-enchiladas mm Y . g Y : Rock Rapids, IA and graduated from nephews and other extended tamily B Here's to fall and th .... an" " - " m I bic cle I ot one and was extremel I .... " ..,4"i. e joy m coo mg a eatmg at home m I happy. I put it on the back porch with the | Rock Rapids High School. As a She was preceded in neath by nor - o,. .......................... ....... m m me m in m m m m me m u...m.mmmmnmmm., m mm~ ~mll young adult she moved to California parents; husband, Clifton; infant Isled - a small one - and a wagon I had :ih I with her parents. Lueila later moved brother, Raynold Harsma; brother, " back to Rock Rapids. She married Bill Smithburg; sister, Evelyn Northwest Iowa Community College Announces New Logo Ilreceivedfact, I thinkYearsI evenbefre'tookltheWaStimegrateful'to thankln m II Clifton Penning at the Little Brown Wallenburg; sister-in-law, Marge lll k i,e' A I r" 'rly convey our brand and identity. Kollbaum said, "We looked at a I Mom for them. 1 1 Church in Nashua, IAonJanuaryl5, Fa rley;andson-m-law, MarkMarra. INk.)IK/r-lyyr', / The logo is our public face. A completely new color scheme for I In those days, what one asked for, heor [[ I she received if he or she did not ask for too " IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE S a a . good logo create n effective and NCC. We started with a clean Archerv Deer Season Oct. 1 I efficient marketing tool--a palette and went from there. _much. Some might ask me when l got my first car. l managed to purchase'_ _l that when I was out Iookin for my first teachin iob. Aunt Carrie had let 1 ...... I 'spokesperson type' effect for While we reviewed many colorm ..... me borrow her car occasionally as did my Sister Ida Mac. I was most 1 Deer hunters have October 1 .... II1 k i i t r" O'r your organization Elements of a combinations, the committee kept Igrateful. Then, I bought my own. I circled n their calendar marking the ia3 it, enhanCers ht eeS edl4 P: a beginning to Iowa's popular archery mll l nY !ia i it gettit !imesuhpai f/e oa is kctothte i.hi!i ngrYrA;/t;!I I drve mY first car when I went t Rck Rapids t live" The car was a Ii 1950 Chevy I had purchased for $250. It was all I needed when ] had to I deer season, season. The 2015 season closes on pp , "mpact. " I get there. My mother had moved to Sheldon to keep house for her aging I Oct 4 Northwest Iowa Community The brand promise is another lot of discussion, market research, i great uncle so I only had to go 33 miles to periodically to enjoy her l An expected 50,000 hunters will be Where to Hunt College is proud to announce a part of the rebranding process, and a campus wide vote we decid- ihspitality and incomparable home cooking. I liked that so much that I i hiding among the branches on tree stands in the timber across Iowa Looking for new areas to hunt9 Try new logo and brand promise. The NCC s new brand promise was ed to stay with the basic three I even bought a used record player for her the following Christmas. m forests and field edges waiting for the Iowa's- online hunting atlas,goal of the rebrand of NCC is to developed to help the publiccolors in our palette. We did, _" My first year salary was $3900 plus $200 for speech, plays, and the ." next legendary Iowa buck to walk by. highlighting more than 600,000 acres enhance its image within the identify with NCC's institutional however, tweak the red color. The newspaper which I didn't discover until the end of the year that the paper "The herd is in excellent condition of-pub-lie hunting land. The atlas is community and region and define goals and core values. We are red is now a little deeper or richer I wasn't even part of my contract. Oh, well. No problem. It really didn't I statewide following the mild winter available at its unique position among other about the success of every student color red." I even bother me that year. I had other things on my mind. My rental room I and early spring and the population is ing in the middle of the page. area educational institutions, who attends NCC. The new brand Dr. Alethea Stubbe, president, I was directly across from the high school. My landlady, Mrs. Doffs I about where we want it. If they put in The atlas shows which zone the This project is a result of strate- promise for NCC is - Your Success said, "The vision of NCC is to be I Sands,, was a wonderful lady. She spoiled me like so many others had in I the time scouting and sight in their area is in, type of shot allowed, gic planning the College under- is Our Story. the community college of choice Ithe past. That even included sumptuous meals at times.I m . . bow, I expect hunters will have wildlife likely to be found, givesthe went in 2013-2014. One of the, Kollbaum, asked, "What is a for lifelong learning, personalWe had abut l300 students in K'12 at that time They weren't perfect' l I but they were strong in all the essentmls. Family, church, and friends. We I another good year in the timber," said user an overhead look at the terrain identified goals was to update the brand promise? It's more than development, and retraining. The Igt along very well. This was heaven. That is what I had honestly I Dr. Dale Garner, chief of the Iowa and provides a downloadable or College look and feel for the 50th you may think. A brand promise new logo and brand promise is a . thought, I had struck gold. I still feel that way after 56 years in the area.. Department of Natural Resources printable map. The mobile version of anniversary celebration that will should be something that speaks reflection of our promise to the 1 My heroine ( female hero) is gone, but I still call it my second home. It 1 the atlas wdl show hunter Iocatmn on n Wildlife Bureau. " " take place i 2016. The scope of directly to our community about community to do just that. Every | doesn't get much better than this. | Regulation changes incorporated the area if granted permission, the project included strategic our basic customer benefits, and student counts, and everything we I Now, big changes are in the making many of which are not on my I last year have helped to stabilize Another resource is the Iowa Habitat Iowa's herd. There were no regula- Access Program (IHAP), where tion changes for 2015. The archery private landowners receive season is open through Dec. 4, when assistance to improve habitat on their it closes for the shotgun deer seasons, land in exchange for opening the It then reopens Dec. 21 and runs until property for hunter access. The Jan. 10, 2016. program has added more than 9,000 Youth Season Open Through Oct. 4 acres where hunters can access Iowa's archery season crosses over private property. with the youth only season for the Site maps are available at first four days. The youth only deer showing boundaries, hunting season opened Sept 19. which species would be most likely Around 9,500 youth under 16years attracted to the habitat and the of age participate in the special location of a comment box where season each year. They must hunt hunters can leave their thoughts on under the supervision of an adult the program. mentor who has a valid hunting Walk-in public hunting through license and habitat fee. Only one IHAP is available between Septem- youth hunter may accompany each ber 1 and May 31 planning, market research, and it's our promise to our customers three focus groups consisting of and the community we serve of current students, communi- what they will receive and what ty/alumni/business partners and they should expect at NCC." employees. Finally, there was a Kollbaum continued, "Any time a campus wide vote on the new person interacts with Northwest logo, brand promise, and school Iowa Community College, in any colors, way -- from driving onto our The new elements of the North- campus, receiving a business card, west Iowa Community College reading a brochure, or even speak- logo now consist of the interlock- ing to someone on the phone -- ing letters NCC, an updated font, they experience the NCC brand and the emphasis on the North- promise. They should come away west portion of the name. with a gut feeling about who NCC Kristin Kollbaum, director of is and what it is like to live and marketing & communications, learn here." said, "Our logo is one of the most There also was a review and a important tools we have to visual- slight change in the school colors. do at the College from faculty in I favorite list. God has been kicked out of many schools, wages are much I the classrooms, assistants in I higher now as are prices in case you haven't noticed. The young people 1 Student Services, Workforce, or I in this area are still quality. Of course I don't mingle with them much I the Continuing Education Depart- I after hours anymore, but they still seem to be the fruit of the vine. I ments, or members of our physical I I know not whether it is an asset, a liability, or a combination of the two, I plant staff is reflected in our new i but I think we are being possessed and repossessed with things. We have I brand promise - Your Success is 7, so much, in fact, storage units are to be seen everywhere. Instead of one n Our Story. Everyone at the "car garages, many now have three. High school kids fill the parking lots" I with cars that are even newer than mine. I College wants our students/cus- tomers and colleagues to succeed, I Tensions exist throughout the world. We seem to be in the transforma- I I tion mode. One party praises its accomplishments while the other talks a I and we will do everything we can i lot but as yet has failed to get us moving in a bilateral direction. I to help make that happen." I I am ill at ease with whatis transpiring at the present time. I wake up in I Stubbe continues, "We lookI a cold sweat periodically in the middle of the night. I worry. I pray. I read. I forward to celebrating our 50th I I sometimes am amazed when the sun rises. I anniversary, and we are even more i Most around me seem calm, cool, and collected. I hope the look isn't a I excited to begin the next 50 years ; facade. I hope that there is more peace and prosperity in the offing. 1 I and help even more people "hope, but I doubt. What we need is another reversal. "_ l , l achieve their educational goals." Can t wait until 2016. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mm Dr. Brian Sayler 100 N. Main St. George, IA Rushmore + George Area Church Ashton Bible Church First Baptist Church Lyon County First Ashton, Iowa- Dan Kmmari Pastor Pastor Dr. Mike Hagan Presbyterian Church Sunday, September 27 Sunday, September 27 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Sunday School Rev. Paul Fischer, Pastor 10:30 a.m. Worship 10:00 a.m. Worship Sunday, September 27 7:00 p.m. Evening Service6:30 p.m. Ladies Choir 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Discipleship U 10:30 a.m. Sunday School Bethel Reformed Monday, September 28 6:30 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High WF 8:00 p.m. Ladies Bible Study Wednesday, September 30 9:00 a.m. George Good Samaritan St. lohn Lutheran (rural Little Rock, IA) Home Service Matt Miller - Pastor Sunday, September 27 6:30 p.m. Awana 9:00 a.m. Sunday School & Coffee 7:00 p.m. Youth 7 south, west of George 7:00 p.m. Adult Prayer Meeting and Sunday, September 27 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Bible Study 8:30 a.m. Sunday school Central Baptist Church Home Uefomed Church 9:30 a.m. Worship Dustin Brewer /alleraacle Baptist Sunday, Septenther 27 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship I 1:00 a.m. "Little Lambs" church Wednesday, September 23 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Sunday, September 27 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Wednesday, September 30 7:00 p.m. Catechism, Choir and RCYF lnnanuel Lutheran Bryan Anderson, Pastor Sunday, September 27 General Fund Offering Sunday School 8:30 a.m. Ist Worship service 10:45 a.m. 2~a Worship Service. 6:30 p.m. Primetime 6:30 p.m. Women's Bible Study Presbyterian Church "The Church Under the Cross" ~, , ~ ,,, Sunday, Septentber 27 . t~nao uuny 6:30 p.m. Union Gospel Mission, SF . .. ~sunday, September 27 Wednesday, September 30 9"25 a m Morning worsmp ........ - _ , ~" [ 3 a m ~unaay ~cnoot 11:00 a.m. Bible Study & Potluck 10"40 a m Sunday School " ' " " ' 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Awana & Youth Ministries Wednesday, September 30 7:00 p.m. Women's Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Bible Study ZOur Preshyferian Church Dale Lint, Pastor ~L Sunday, September 27 9:15 a.m. Sunday School .~~__ ~ 10:15 a.m. Fellowship time 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship in of Come out and worship one our local churches A criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. ACCIDENT Larchwood was operating a 1999 Jones' vehicle in the rear. The Lyon County Sheriff's Buick Century northbound on The Buick received approximate- Department investigated a two Highway182. Curtis Jones, age45, ly $1,500 in-damages and the vehicle accident which occurred on from Larchwood was operating a Honda received approximately Thursday September 17, 2015 at approximately 3:39 PM. The accident happened one and a fourth mile south of Larchwood on High- way 182 south of Highway 9. Kira Immeker, age 16, from 2005 Honda Odyssey northbound $1,200 in damages. No injuries on Highway 182. Jones was were reported, lmmeker was cited coming to a stop behind a large line for failure to reduce speed to a of cars stopped at the stop sign on reasonable and proper rate, a simple Highway 182 and Highway 9. misdemeanor. Immeker's vehicle then struck i" Diversified Technologies, Inc, Century of Progress 1888- 1988 " SUDENGA DUR-A-LIFT, INC. 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