The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 23, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1971
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Services held for Andrew Hoogland Funeral services were held for Andrew Hoogland, 75, at Phoenix, Ariz, on Sept. 17. He died on Sept. 15, services were held at the Saint Vincent De Paul church in Phoenix. He was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roelof Hoogland in Orange City on August 18, 1898. Ho married Clara Hinez on Febr. 11, 1922. He farmed near Ireton until his retirement 12 years ago. He is survived by his widow; sister, Mrs. Sade Torwelle, Hawarden; brother, Ted of Orange City. His brother Ted attended the funeral. SPECIAL NOTICES The Legion Auxiliary will have their first meeting of the year next Tuesday evening, September 28, 1971 at 7:4f> p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gwen Van VVechel. Members are invited to bring a guest, and also reminded that this will be a potluck lunch meeting. Brenda Vander Weerd will give a report on Girls' State. Ecologist speaks (Continued from page 1) in Ames, Iowa. He has been a teacher in public schools, and has taught at the higher education level in South Dakota State University, Estherville Junior College, University of Wisconsin, and Iowa State University. During the past summer, he conducted workshops on ecology at Drake University. In addition, he has been a business executive and has had 14 years of military service. Presently, he is devoting his time to touring Iowa lecturing to high school seniors, colleges, and the general public in an effort to create an awareness of the critical environmental crisis. Le Mars conference (Continued from page 1) Gregor asserted. Small Business Administration director Thomas S. Kleppe of Washington, D.C. told those attending the community conference "Small business builds this country and it will sustain it in the years to come." "It is healthy for an individual and the country for a man to want his own business and to be his own boss," Mr. Kleppe said. "Unfortunately many do not know the assistance which the federal government will give to small businessmen such as the fact that the federal government will quarantee 90 per cent of an approved loan. "During the . last fiscal year the federal government, through our agency, made 21,495 loans amounting to $1.1 billion to aid small businessmen, and last year the agency made 15,102 business loans totalling $709.0 billions. "With the assistance of SBA and other federal agencies and local officials, dozens of towns across the land have literally come back from the dead through our program of planned community development, often assisting towns and cities to secure new business firms to locate there. Mr. Kleppe, a former North Dakota congressman, and prior to that a farmer, and banker, in a small town, said that the reason be and Mr. Koch came to Le Mars Monday was to inform the people of the program, loans and grants available to individuals, towns and cities. Attending the meeting from Orange City were mayor Bob Dunlop, city clerk Don Schreur, chamber manager Rick Van Heukelom and Norman Bastemeyer. Christian School (Continued from page 1) well as to the local public school. A new Science program has been instituted in the junior high grades. Phase I of the Intermediate Science Curriculum Study program was begun in both 7th and 8th grades. Phase n will be introduced next year in the 8th grade. Briefly summarized, this program gives the student a sequential picture of the structure and process of science, is laboratory centered, is individualized to recognize varying abilities and is self-pacing and allows the pupil to progress at his own rate. Mr. Arkema also reported two new services available this year for the first time. Sioux County has hired a school psychologist, Mr. Ray Beamer, and a speech clinician, Miss Jacque Schmidt, to serve the nonpublic schools. Jaycee banquet to be held Sept. 29 On September 29, the Jaycees will hold their Orientation Banquet at 7:00 p.m. at tho Dutch Mill' Inn. The banquet is hold to acquaint new mombers with the Jaycee organization, both on the state and national levels, as well as the local level. It provides nn opportunity for new mombprs to learn their duties and what to expect. This ypnr the keynote speech will bo presented by Don Antonntte of LeM.irs, Iowa. He has served as President of tho LoM.irs chapter, was plpcted to thp Iowa Jay- CPPS Board of D'.rectors, has bpen honored as an "outstanding young man," and has rpcpivpd life membership in thp Jaycpe International Senate. The Jaycees feel fortunate to have soiwone with Antonpttp's pxpprionce address them. Also featured on the program v, \\\ be the prpsentatlon of prizes and awards for the membership drive. Glen D? Zeeuw will again serve as mister of ceremonies. Mr. John Scholten and Mr. Donald Dnyle from Madison, Wisconsin arrived on Tuesday and are visiting in the home of Miss Anna Scholten and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wielenga. They will b? returning again on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Swnley Sprlk and family from Worthington were Saturday evening callers in the home of Mrs. Albert Sprik. MEN NEEDED in this area to train as LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP al sale barns, feed lots and ranches. We prefer to train men 21 to 55 with livestock experience. For local Interview, write age, phone, address and background NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING 3435 Broadway, Dept. IA-334 Kansas City, Mo. 64111 First, look at the cars Then look into the financing just as carefully! When you buy a car, you naturally shop carefully to make sure of getting the best value for your money. Be equally critical about the FINANCING of that car! Get all the facts and figures. Then make your own comparisons! You'll see clearly that you can save considerable money in the end by financing your car with a low-cost auto loan from the Northwestern State Bank. **+: Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts — Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts -- Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Business Loans -- Farm Loans -- Auto Loans Northwestern State Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F»DJ.C. District court The Last Will and Testament of Irene Linen, late of Sheldon, was admitted to Probate. Carol J. Schroeder was appointed Executrix. By Order of Judge Kennedy, Northwestern State Bank has been appointed to act as Trustee of the trust property under the Will of Dwight N. Grotenhouse, for the benefit of Rae A. Grotenhouse and Craig D. Grotenhouse. Howard Van Gorp, manager of Farmers Mutual Coop Assn. of Orange City, filed suit against John Reuter of Rock Valley, alleging defendant owes $131.67 for parking his semi trailer truck on plaintiffs property from Jan. 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967. Plaintiff asks for judgment in said amount with Interest and costs. Roger Van't Hof d/b/a Perkins Corner Truck Stop, has. filed suit against Rex Klien of Hull, Iowa. Plaintiff seeks to recover $96.24 for labor and merchandise furnished and asks for judgment in said amount, plus interest and costs. By transcript from the Court of John H. Vermeer, Fred B. Davenport of Sioux City has been charged with Speeding. Defendant was found guilty in JP Court but appealed to District Court. Bond was furnished in the amount of $25 and date for hearing has not been set. By transcript from JP Court, Eugene Dale Bleyenberg of Edgerton, Minnesota has been charged with OMVUI. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and bond was posted by him in the amount of $350.00. Sioux Veterinary Clinic of Orange City has filed suit against Wilbur Gradert de- manding Judgment n he amount of $844.20 with Interest and costs, alleging said amount is due for services and supplies furnished to defendant in 1970 and 1971. The Last Will and Testament of Agnes Groen, late of Rock Valley, was admitted to Probate. John Groen and Clarence J. Groen were named executors and bond was waived by Will* . . • Jim Vlieger, d/lb/a Jims Feed Store, received judgment by Default against Rodney Vanden Brink in the amount of $1,168.86 on a verified account. Judgment also included interest at 5% and Transcript of the Estate of Adeline M.Eiltsof LeMars, has been filed in Sioux County. Iowa .Public Service Company has filed suit against Elmer Reinders of Orange City. Plaintiff alleges that defendant is Indebted to said Company in the amount of $205.98 for electric services furnished to him in 1969 and 1970. Plaintiff asks for Judgment, plus Interest and costs. Final Reports have been filed in the following estates and they are now closed: Estate of Sam J. Van Otterloo, Estate of Woodrow A. Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ver- doorn attended- a potluck supper and Verdoorn reunion on Tuesday evening at the Hospers Park In honor of Marie and Jake Verdoorn who have been visiting here .from Seattle. They left for their home again on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wal. burg from Harris were Sunday afternoon guests in the John Walburg home. Mr. Arle Van Grouw attended a Blue Cross-Blue Shield Meeting in Sioux Falls on Wednesday. judge Martin Van Oosterhout returned Friday from St. Louis from the September term of Court. Wednesday afternoon coffee guests in the home of Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend were Mrs. Harold Van Otterloo from Hock Valley and Mrs. Dennis Van Zee. The ladles were former classmates, Mr. and Mrs. Garold Van Berkum from Sioux Center were Sunday evening callers in the Alvln Van Berkum home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grevlng from Sheldon were Sunday afternoon visitors In the home of Mrs. Albert Sprlk. Courses offered in Night School Beginning the first week In October there will be three courses offered by Maurice- Orange City Community Schools in adult evening school. One of these courses is in Drawing. If you want a chance to develop your artistic desires and abilities and likes to draw and doodle a lot, then the course offered in Drawing is for you. Your doodles can be developed Into an exciting self-gratifying hobby. Besides drawing techniques, workwlll be done with posters. If you are in doubt come to the first meeting on Tuesday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Art Room of the high school and the course will be discussed. The fee is $7.00 for the eightweek sessions. If there are any people who are Interested in using and sewing the new fabrics called knits then the course In sewing knits is for you. This course meets Wednesday evenings at 7:30 beginning on . October 6 in the Home Economics Room. The fee if $4.20 for the seven week course. If there are any antique buffs or others .interested in restoring old furniture, then the place to be Is the Industrial Arts room of the M-OC High School on Tuesday evenings at *?s30 p.rrtrThe course will run for eight weeks and the fee Is $7.00. All phases of furniture reftnlshlng and renewal will be Covered and you can bring your projects to class. To avoid disappointment due to lull classes, call Dale Hubers at 737-4871 or 737-2778 today. ; • . . , Roten Galleries col lection at NW Several hundred original master prints from the Roteh Galleries collection, will be shown at Bushmer'Art Center of Northwestern College In Orange City, Iowa on one day only-September 30, 1971 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The three year old art center Is located at 720 Delaware Ave., S.W. The exhibit hese original Ings woodcuts, such artists as kin, Daumter, and others has feature of the years now. The ceived a percent* mission from each g.^' the form of credit to* ar , " purchase O f a print? 1 " Rolen's. P m fr( >n» The exhibit i s om ,. .. public free of charge! ' Northwestern ' rvn > offers courses In nrlnlm? and the prlntmaffg" JS? may be .viewed by the 3 s September 30th at B 1? C Art Center. ushlW!r In the old days hid behind a was called a coward he would have to be a m 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOW A AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City, SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually in advance. $5 per year in Sioux and adjoining counties, $6.50 per year elsewhere. SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID ORANGE CITY, IOWA 51041 PUBLISHED Thursdays, continuing an 97-years tradition of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED in the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives. 36th Year - No. 43 - September 23, 19 Sedan deVllle, more luxurious than ever. There's every reason to believe that Sedan deVille will continue to be fee luxury car model enjoyed by -more motorists than all others. It has the look of luxury-from its distinctive "' new grille to the new jewel-like Interior metal surfaces. It has the . feel of luxury-with even more comfortable seating. It has more of what adds lasting value. Like Cadillac's new bumper system for increased front-end protection Sedan deVille-more than ever the popular choice One great ear after another. Comp talk to us today about an auto loan. Eldorado, even more distinctive for 72. There's the incomparable Eldorado Coupe • and the stunning new Eldorado Convertible, the only luxury convertible built in They are even more elegant, even more exciting. Some things we didn t c Such as the 8.2 litre V-8. the world's largest production passenger car engine. The precise handling of front-wheel drive and variable-ratio power steering. The Eldorados of 1972 are, more than ever, the world's most elegant person 70-year tradition oT excellence come automobiles, the new Fleetwood Seventy-Five builds on it. Carefully. With Fleetwood coachcraft --- ...... -- •- "-- nine-passenger Sedan. Finally, there's the by Fisher. With styling continuity and contem- Seventy-Five limousine, the only limousine built porary flair that tells you at a glance that this is in America specifically designed as a limousine. CadiHac. See for yourself at your authorized Oul ol a . nine great Cadillacs (or 1972. In addition lo Ine models above, there are Ihe magnificent Fleetwood Sixty Special Brougham ... Ihe youthlul new Coupe deVille ... Ihe new Calais Sedan and Coupe ... and the most aristocratic of Cadillac 72 is one great car' after another. Because Cadillac does not reject the past, but Cadillac dealer. CsdlHac Mol< * ....««»*«,ft*>¥»-»v 2-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 23, 1971

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