Walter Aardappel

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the an ap- top 20 to for late they on h to th le VOLUME 57, NUMBER 47 Well Known Orange City Man Passes On Walter Aardappel, Former Engineer Answers Call Walter Aardappel, former Sioux county engineer and well known business man, passed on at the Methodist hospital in Sioux City, Sunday, August 10th. He Was taken to the hospital July 30th, and was recuperating from an operation operation when a blood clot formed In his brain and caused his passing. passing. Hull Man Weds him tree hi th s a that one the in fact the . \ Primghar Girl A very pretty wedding was ield at the Reformed church in Primghar Thursday evening at 8:30, when Miss Marie De Kok Primghar Mr. Dick became the bride Oostenink, Jr., of Hull. i The ceremony was in charge of Rev.- G. 'Bos of Primghar. and by over the He was born at Lafayette, Ind., on March C 1874. . When nina years old he moved with his parents parents to Harrison, S. Dak. He graduated in civil engineering from Iowa University and for six years was engaged in erection of government buildings in various parts of the country. He came to Orange City as county engineer engineer twenty-nine years ago and served in that capacity for twelve years. Since then he has been special agent for the New York Life Insurance Co. He was known , all over the county, nt- •toining inuch SUCCESS and often standing at the head of agents of his company in sales. On Jan. 22, 1007, Mr. Aardappel married Sarah Van Strieu of Grand Rapids, Mich. Survivors include his widow and one daughter, daughter, Betty; Mrs. Arie Van Kley of Hospers; three brothers, John of Los Angeles; Clarence of Spooner, Wis. Charley of Armour,- S. D.; and three sisters, Mrs. ,'JBIlu' Van Den Bos, -Corsica, 1 SftU.j Mrs. H. M. Scott of Glendaie, Calif., and Mrs. Henry Roosters of Holland, Mich, One flister, Mrs. <Gt. Van Arendorik of Harrison, :S. -D. .preceded .preceded him in death. , -.. Funeral. service are being held :bday (Thursday) at 1:30, at the ne and at 2:00 o'clock in the Second Christian Ref. church, Rev. A. Jahat^y, officiating, and interment interment in the Hospers cemetery. Mr. Aardappel was one >of the founders and charter members of the 2nd Christian Ref. church. ionslstory members served us rmllbenrcrs and the wives of members members were seated with the family nt the church services. Mvs. Staadt arrived -early in the week from. California, also Clarence Aardappel of Spooner, Wis., and Chas. of Armour, S. D. while Mrs. Henry Lucas, a sister of Mrs. Aardappel, came Wednesday Wednesday to he present at the services. Mr. Aardappel will he , missed not only by his family and church associates, but by hundreds of friends. He was a man of unbounded unbounded energy and enthusiasm and his passing is a distinct loss to' the community. He was president president of the Men's Citizens League an organization which served its purpose and is ho longer active. Mrs. Dan De Kok played the •wedding march and Miss Burdette Burdette Oostenink sang "O Promise Me" and "Because" — the. Misses Anna sang, and Margaret Ooatcnburg "Take My Lite And Let It Be." Miss Eva De Kok, sis ter of the bride, was maid of honor and Tim Roetman, cousin of the groom, was best man. The bride was beautifully attired attired in a white chiffon gown with train and shoulder length veil held in place with an ornament ornament of pearls. Her bouquet was of yellow tea roses and sweetpeas. After the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement basement with a short program, after which the couple left for Denver. They will make their home in Grand Rapids, where Mr. Oostenink is a student at the seminary there. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I 7. I 8. 9. 10. < 11. Sioux see done Mrs. JaineB Sullivan of Mankato Mankato visited-her mother, .Mrs. James Crowley, last week. Mrs. Sullivan is the 'mother o£ five News About the Boys in Army, Navy, Marines Enters Marine Corps Clarence Vande Weerd, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Vande Weerd, has ibeen accepted for enlistment, by the U. S. 'Marine Corps. He was examined both at Sioux 'City and Des Moines and from, the latter recruiting office was sent on direct to San Diego, Calif. His parents received a message Tuesday that he had passed the stiff Marine physical and mental requirements. 'Clarciice has a brother in the Navy who is also stationed at San Diego. Soldiers' Addresses The address of ' Lieutenant Ardcllei Van Eldik, Army Nurse, is as follows: Miss Ardellc Van )01dik, 2nd Lieut. A. N. C. R., Station Hospital, Fort Ord, California. California. to the Gilbert Orange Sinkey, 20, Albert and Valley. Isabel divorce According plaintiff at and Petition failed she financial others; money and for she be and 1U R. Hessel J. Roorda, machinists miate U. S.. N., has been, detached from duty aboard ship and is now on duty at the submarine base as machinist, at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu. His address is: U. 6. Sulb Base', -B & R Dept. Shop 3., Pearl Harbor, T. H. Pvt Clem J. Keegan's. address is: Med. Det. Station Hospital, the a suit of .$1030 $000.00 June Dr. City De in the nnd rendered Dirks suit Sioux that a between plaintiff install Plymouth all gutters a total has judgment balance to of her the her 4

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  1. Rock Valley Bee,
  2. 21 Aug 1942, Fri,
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