The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 16, 1971 · Page 8
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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-* 1 ?f They named J the BABY Mr. and Mrs. Fred De Beer became the proud parents of their second son, Christopher Ross, on Sept. 2. He weighed 7 Ib 3-3/4 oz. and his mother is the former Lois Wielenga. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Conrad of Maurice are the new parents of James Lawrence on Sept. 7. "^ weigneu H oz. and his mother is the former Judy Hanson. Kelli Sue is the latest news item in the Keith Diekevers home in Alton. The former Wanda Joy Blom had her 8 Ib. 2 oz. daughter on Sept. 10. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City. Iowa ******* NEWS ******* local Newt and Mrs. Oerrlt J. •JTVS& TSS 13 oz. and his mother is the former Lois Walter. Little Kristen Kae Van't Hof, daughter of *e Rotoey Van't Hofs is the first daughter born after three boys. She wasforn Sept! 11 and weighed 6 Ib. 14 oz. Her mother is the former Karlene Vaas. Mr. and Mrs. James Mai of LeMars became the proud parents of Charlene Ann on Sept. 11. She weighed 8 Ib. 1 oz. Her mother is the former Donna List. Shelly Kay is the newest addition to the Gerald Vander Zwaag home in Hospers. She weighed 9 Ib. 13 oz an d was born Sept. 11. Her mother is the former Janice Blom. Mr and Mrs. Bill Van Horssen had their first baby, Brian Lee, on Sept. 12. He weighed 8 Ib. 8} oz. and his mother is the former Sandra De Jong. The Bruce Murphy family of Orange City were blessed with the arrival of Christopher Bruce on Sept. ,13. He weighed 8 Ib. 5 oz. and his mother is the former Barbara Steese. Last Sunday guests at the Leo Stewart home for the baptism of their daughter, Julie Evett were Mrs. Leonard Borgum and Bonnie of Rapid City, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Borgum and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Lerseth and family, Miss Dorothy Borgum of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stewart and the Misses Dicky and Lori Graverson of Beresford, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Menning and family were Sunday evening guests at the Elmer Den Hartog home in Sheldon after attending the First Reformed church there. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol and Mrs. Frank De Graaf were guests at the Edward De Boer home ih Orange City. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ronald De Jong and family of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol attended the Dover Alliance church and afterward were guests at the Roger Roghair home. Mr. and Mrs. John Koster and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kley went to Freeport, 111. Sunday where they attended the church services, hearing the Reverend Harry Vander Bilt. They stopped at the hospital there but were told that the Reverend John M. Smith had been dismissed. They also called at the Smith home in Baileyville, 111. but they were in Kalamazoo, Mich., due to the death of Mrs. Smith's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huisman and family were Sunday evening guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Herbert Huisman at Rock Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Menning, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tensen, Mr. and Mrs. Mario Vanden Hull and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Es and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wiersma, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ver- doorn, Mr. and Mrs. John Lyftogt, Mark and Jay and Miss Ruth Vande Berg attended the Silver Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Groen Monday, Sept. 6 at Blue Earth, Minn. They had been married 25 years on August 8. Guests at the Harvey Vander Pol Sunday evening for a potluck supper were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harmsen and Barb, ofSheldon.Mr.andMrs. James Cleveringa, Dwane and Debra. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lameyer of Grand Rapids, Mcih., were Tuesday afternoon guests in the Andrew Vander Maten home. They had dinner in Sheldon and were callers in the Bert Bosma and Ed Vermeer homes in Sheldon. Sunday evening guests after church in the Audley Dolphin home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward De Boer of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Maten. Mrs. Paul Nagel from Lake Park, Iowa and Mrs. Henry Lubbers visited Miss Gertrude Mouw on Monday. Mrs. Viola Pink and Mrs. Minnie Pink of Leota and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Peursem of Maurice visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van Peursem on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Paas of Oceanslde, Calif., and Mrs. France Talsma of Sioux City visited Mrs. Ann De Lint the past week. Rev. Maze of the Alton Presbyterian Church has charge of the service Sunday evening. Mrs. Fred Eason sang a solo and Mrs. John Stander was pianist. Mrs. Rose Jungers, Mrs. Ernest Vortherms and daughter of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hentges visited Mrs. Marg Hentges the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve De Vries of Watson, Minn., called on his mother, Mrs. Jennje De Vries on Sunday. , Mrs. Larry Grooters of " Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamps visitors were Mrs. Walter Levering of Doon, Mrs. Sam Holtrop of Sioux Center, Mrs. Ann Van Engen of Sioux Center, Mrs. G. Reinders, and Mrs, D. Netten. Mrs. Oldenkamp received a telephone call that her son-in-law, Ordean Sampson, was seriously ill with a stroke in the Sioux Falls Hospital. Mrs. Harry Heemstra's visitors for the week were Mrs. Art Uittenbogaard of South Holland, Illinois, Mrs. Gertie Heemstra of Sheldon, Mr. Peter Haarsma of Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Harry . De Jong and Mrs. Bertha Kroese. Rita Schnee returned from the hospital on Saturday and Mr. Ben Vande Griend came in on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Smit from California and Mrs. Lockhorst of Sioux Center visited Mr. Pete Zwart on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Maten of Leota visited her mother, Mrs. Nick Noteboom °n Sunday. Those from Orange City attending a birthday party In the John Melles home on Sunday afternoon in honor ° f Mrs. Melles were Mrs. Ralph De Jong, Mrs. StellaHoutsma and Mrs. Bert Menning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dooyema from Artesla, California, Rev. and Mrs. Louis Bouma from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Boiima from Hull were guests on Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bouma. • Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Top, Mrs. Etta Borgman and Mrs. Florence Mouw went to Cherokee last week where they visited with Mrs. Florence Quackenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Bomgaars, and Mrs. Walter Popma. Mr. and Mrs. John Nibbelink and Marcla went to Rock Valley on Sunday afternoon where they helped John Koolma celebrate his birthday. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Barry Meylink spent the week. end in the Willis Meylink and Steve Kroze~fiomes. Barry Is stationed at Offut Air Force Base but they are making their home at Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harmelink of Alton called on Mrs. Gertrude Siemonsma on Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl and Mrs, Guy Van Zyl also visited her on Tuesday. Mrs. Siemonsma visited in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Siemonsma at Alton. Mr. Nick Aalbers of Alton called on Mr. Ed Sorgdrager, Mr. Evert Roelfson and Mrs. John Brower on Tuesday morning._ Local Nem Mrs. L. M. Reickhoff from Chicago is visiting in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rieckhoff for a week. Several friends enjoyed a coffee hour in the. Carl Reinking home on Sunday morning following the baptism of their daughter, Pamela Reinking. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mulder and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Muilenburg went to Springfield, South Dakota on Sunday for the baptism of Charissa Lynn, daughter of the Larry Muilenburg's. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Schimmel from Cherokee and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grothe from LeMars. September 17 Taverns or ham Potato chips Car rots-celery, cheese Pickles Jello with fruit Milk September 20 NO SCHOOL September 21 Best Ever Beef Green beans with mushroom sauce Peach half Cookie Sandwiches Milk September 22 Tri-tatters Ham Sandwiches Lettuce salad Jello with fruit Milk Only the female mosquito bites. Mouth parts of the male are not equipped for biting. ffilTes Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kluis from Maurice, Mrs. Vander Pol and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hulstein from Sioux Center visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravestein on Sunday afternoon. September 23 Beef stew Cabbage slaw Fruit cup Sandwiches, jelly Milk oun. De Haan spent a day last week visiting in the John Vander Maten home in Leota, Minnesota, Legals Mrs. Florence R. Mouw entertained a few Mends In her home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Louis De Vries poured. Knitting Club met on Tuesday afternoon In the home of Mrs. Arle Noteboom. Those present were Mrs. Dick Van Gelder, Mrs. Bob Boonstra, Mrs. Norm Boonstra, Mrs. Frank Vogel and Mrs. Vern Mouw and Sarah. Mrs. Gertrude Singer from South Bend, Indiana will be arriving on Thursday evening to spend a week visiting with Reinders relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Rozeboom from Hartley were Sunday afternoon visitors In the A. C. Van Cltters home. Mrs. John Ekdom, Mrs. Albert Sprlk and Mrs. Steve Ekdom went to • Ireton last Friday afternoon where they visited with friends and relatives. The Vogel family had an anniversary dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vogel In observance of their 20th anniversary at the Dutch Mill Inn on Monday evening. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Vogel from Lynden, Washington. by COTY ORIGINALS THE FANTASTIC FOAM MAKE-UP FOR LEGS! FOUR LUSCIOUS SHADES-ALL WITH "COVER POWER" 1 SUN BEIGE—a versatile, neutral beige. BAREFOOT BRONZE-a beautiful neutral tan PLUS ... Summer Tan and Coppering Nothing s|J on faster horsehner i marred taCotyy otyy fabulous Ultra Itjj Covers imperfection I beautifully... flaws disappenjl Won't streak or rub jijj , % . .waterresistant... s J the price is M I nice, too! Only... e r an explc erformance (ifandruggec t the game [42-7 Fridaj Prescriptions » 737-4919 On Stoplight Corne NOTICE OF INCORPORATION The following Notice of Incorporation is published in accordance with Chapter 496 A. 5 2 of the Code of the State of Iowa. The name of the corporation is Hospers • Telephone Exchange, Inc., incorporated under Chapter 496A of the 1971 Code of Iowa as amended. The date of the beginning of the Hospers .Telephone Exchange, Inc.'s corporate existence was September 1st, 1971 and the corporation shall have perpetual duration. Hospers Telephone Exchange, Inc. shall have un- 1 limited power to engage in and to do any lawful acts concerning any and all lawful businesses for which corpor- 1 ations may be organized under V, said Chapter. r Hospers Telephone Ex. change, Inc. is authorized to 'issue one thousand five hundred (1,500) shares, being all ; capital stock of the par value ''•of one hundred dollars ' ($100.00) per share, all of which shall be common stock. " The address of the initial registered office of the Hospers Telephone Exchange, Inc. . shall be Hospers, Iowa 51238 in Sioux County, Iowa, and "the name of the initial registered agent at such address is Donald Raak. The directors as designated in the Articles of Incorporation of the Hospers Telephone Exchange, Inc. shall be Donald Raak, Hospers, Iowa 51238; Ruth Raak, Hospers, Iowa 51238 and Leona Raak, Hospers, Iowa 5238. Donald R. Raak, President. Hospers Telephone Exchange, Inc. Hospers, Iowa 51238 FAST GROWTH-MORE PROFIT • EASIER TO FEED RICH IN NUTRIENTS CUT FEEDING COSTS Get them off \ to an earlier start! FOR SALE Near new 3-bedroom home at 322 Iowa Ave. SW »*.• The convenient way to feed your pigs, for faster growth — at lower' cost. With our concentrated, pelleted Pig Feeds, there's virtually no waste, and pigs get the nutrients they need to put on more pounds, earlier. Orange City Phone 4944 1J9 j 1 Elwtw . A Maurice Phone 4225 Priced to sell! Van Gelder Real Estate Call 756-4510 Alton Reynold Van Gelder, Broker John Broek, Salesman ^iH^^^^m^m^^^^l^^HHi^^Hi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v You are invited to see the new 72Mercurys Friday, Sept. 17 RONS MOTOR SALES Phone 737-4948 On Highway 10 Orange City i,,,, ".". Now a farm building that works as good as it looks LESTER'S F/VffMfffff/} BUILDING SYSTEMS Built "Up to a Standard" Not "Down to a Price" Lester's Builditgstre customized to fit your needs Siouxland Harvestores of Orange City For * complete farm BuHdty Service in this area * Planning * Service * Erection * Concrete Work coupon for complete information Name Address I'm interested in , , . Phone Utility Building Dairy Building D D Hog Housing Beef Housing U Mall to: Siouxland Harvestors City, Iowa 51041 Phone: 737-4928 Box 6 nA1 Orange City, Iowa 51041 8..THE SIOUX COUOTV-CAPITAL, Thursday, September^, 1971

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