The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 30, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1971
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V A. ^ A HOME OF THE DUTCH . - --_• - — — —• Crop Conditions Extension Director Maurice Eldrldge Dutchmen Superstars was the theme for the Junior Class. i-rhe hallways of M-OC are all decorated for Hotne- ll e this week. The above picture is the Senior decoration. They were to be judged after tho TAI, went to press. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Its, Wm. Poppema and plnniePoppemaofShel- | called on Mrs. Hattie on Tuesday evening. |s Minnie Chaplin of Ar| park, Iowa, visited her ' Miss Gertrude Mouw, |ursday evening and Miss ,j Mouw called on her on [day evening. ,, and Mrs. John Kool flga, South Dakota, called Mr. Evert Roelfsen on |y evening. Bs Sandra Jones of Santa la. Calif., and Mrs. Buehre of LeMars i ,Miss Rita Schnee on lay. e Deputation team of N.W. 9 had charge: of the^ser- n Sunday evening. Bs.J. Oort and Mrs. Jake t Hoef of Newkirk called |rs. Siemensma and on Albert Slothouber on , Ed Sorgdrager visited > Lambert Rozeboom at Sheldon on Friday Idarence Reeves called im on Sunday evening. , John Brower was add to the hospital onMon- |norning. J, Cornie Rozeboom from j Valley became a resin Monday evening. Harry Heemstra's rs were Mrs. Marvin jnerman and daughter, Mlcldleville, Mich., lev. and Mrs. Arthur De Mr. and Mrs. Arie Vander Lugt of Grand Rapids, Mich., called on Mr. Evert Roelfsen and on Mrs. Dea Vander Hoeven. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Vander Werf of Holland, Mich., called on Mrs. Lyde Noteboom, Mrs. Mary Cleverlnga, Mrs. Nick Noteboom, and Mrs. John Bloemendaal on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vander Haar of Alton called on Miss Rita Schnee and on Miss Sadie Miller on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slinde of Seattle, Washington, called on their uncle, Mr. Fred Vander Ham on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kotman of Michigan and Mrs. G. Haverdirik called on him on Monday. National W Week Sioux County's 650 4-H members will join four million other young people across the nation to mark National 4-H Week, October 3-9. According to Gary Breden- steinor, Extension 4-H and Youth Leader, 4-H Is for all Services held for J. Van Den Berge Funeral services were held on September 18 at the Presbyterian Church in Willmar, Minnesota for Mr. John Van Den Berge who passed away on September 16, after an illness of five months. He leaves to mourn his wife, six children, four boys, and two girls, 14 granchildren, his sisters, Mrs. Wm. Druy- vestyn and Mrs. Harry Wallinga of Orange City, Mrs. Martha Schafer and Mrs. Marie Eggink of Sioux City and Mrs. Orren Van Iperen of Prescott, Arizona, along with a host of friends. The Van Den Berge's lived south of Orange City for many years and he was well known in this vicinity. Winners of Punt, Kick & Pass contest young people between the ages of 9 and 19 regardless of place of residence. In recent years, many 4-H clubs have been formed in the towns and cities across the nation. An extended effort is now being made to form many more 4-H clubs or similar youth organizations in our nation's larger cities. and Mrs. Robert Vis . « spending the weekend |lhe Doug Korver family Carles City. ,. and Mrs. Lloyd Berry fVlnton spent the weekend pe home of their son and i'y, the William J. .and Mrs. Marvin Bom- and two sons from City were weekend In the parental Arie wtnsaurs home after at- IN Inn Van Engen-Bosma line in Sanborn. ORANGE CITY Steven Vande Brake, Sept. 21; Mrs. Albert Van Hill, Sept. 21; Mrs. Gerrit Huitink, Sept. 21; Mrs. Vernon De Kock, Sept. 22; James Acker man, Sept. 23; Bruce Visser, Sept. 23; Gerrit J. Te Grotenhuls, Sept. 23; Mrs. Elwln Van Roekel, Sept. 24; Mrs. John Brouwer, Sept. 27 REMSEN Mrs. Tom Riedmiller.Sept. 21 IRETON Kathy Toczek, Sept. 22; Mrs. Edwin Meyer, Sept. 26 MAURICE John Van Peursem, Sept. 22; Mrs. Charles Koopmans, Sept. 26 HAWARDEN Betty Timtnons, Sept. a, Etta Vande Pol, Sept. 26 SIOUX CITY Mrs. Allan Dykstra, Sept. 23 HOSPERS Mrs. John Lyftogt Sept 25; Harlan Rouse, Sept. i< ALTON Lester Mars, Sept. 26; Mrs. Carl Heidebrink, Sept. 26 GRANVILLE Mr s. Al Schwarz, Sept. Minnie Scholten, Sept. 26 26 DISMISSALS ° R Mrs? F Gene Huitink and son, Sent 22; Mrs. Elwin Van RoVkel Sept. 23; Steven Vande Brake ' Sept. 24; Jeffrey Sarald, Sept. 24; Mrs Vern on De Kock, Sep . 25; Mrs Elwln Van Roekel, Sept. 2G, James Ackerman, Sept. Bruce Visser, Sept. n IRETON Kathy Toczek, Sept, Aalbers, Sept. 23; Lester Mars, Sept. 27 and Mrs. John De Beer returned home after IE a little over a month Jack Wilson home in Point Woods, Michl- owing the birth of the shaby daughter, Laura |r. and Mrs. Norman Boon" a "'l Julie spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. "". Dan Boonstra at 1 Junction, Iowa. Dan Is l' n e as assistant Football ami Mrs, Raymond and Laura from Oklahoma wer* the home oL«ls Mrs. Jacob fliem- had come for the of Mrs. Heemstra's Mrs. Peter Roos at lh 0U u Prlse birthday party |iei<j1 on Wednesday even- toe Dutch Mill Inn In Of Mrs. Florence R. noon visitors Wlelenga home. IE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, September 30, 26, daughter i j? Vl'schwarz, Sept. 24 RiedmlHer and Sept. 24 Winners of the Punt, Pass & Kick contest held last Saturday were age group 8, 1st place Jon Hall, 2nd place, Jay McKinstrey, 3rd place, Jon Jacobsen; age group 9; 1st Mark Muilenburg, 2nd Steve Vreeman, 3rd Jeff Powell; age group 10, 1st Lee McKinstrey, 2nd Glen Bruxvoort, 3rd Mark Van Wyk; age group 11, 1st Don Jacobsen, 2nd Marty Guthmiller. 3rd Stanton Visser; age group 12, 1st Dennis Rowenhorst, 2nd David Rozeboom, 3rd Mark Vanden Berg; age group 13, 1st Bruce Hop, 2nd Peter Van Wyk, 3rd Ronald Beltman. First place winners will enter the zone play off in Orange City on October 9, when 11 to 19 towns will participate In the contest. The six top winners will enter the District contest in Omaha on Oct. 16. The local contest held last Saturday was sponsored by Rons Motor Sales. Foster Parents to meet October 6 The next meeting of the Sioux County Foster Parent Association will be held on October 6 at 8;00 p.m. In the Fireside Room of the Sioux Center Library. Again the meeting Is open to all foster parents, prospective foster parents, and interested parties. The program for the evening will be brought by Mr. and Mrs. David Alfredson of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Alfredson are foster parents and were aroa delegates to the National Foster Parent Convention held In Chrcago last May. Mr, Alfredson Is presently a student at Morn- nlngside College. Students from the Social Work Club of Northwestern College will be special guests for the evening. Refreshments will be served, 4-H offers young people an opportunity to "learn by doing" in the construction and handling of projects, group leadership, group participation, community involvement, local, county, and state activities. Some of the 50 4-H projects available to 4-H members are Home Economics, Photography, Livestock Projects (such as beef, swine, and dairy) Entomology, Small Engines, Woodworking, Junior Leadership, and Conservation. Sioux County 4-H Council Members, Mark Van Roekel, Orange City; Doug Ver Mulm, Rock Valley; Doug Moret, Sioux Center; Arlan Moss, Hull; Cindy Vermeer, Orange City; Mona Franken, Sioux Center; Maria Mulder, Sioux Center; and Carol Rensink, Sioux Center, invite all young people who were at least age 9 by September 15, or in the 4th grade to join 4-H!ACoun- cil member will be visiting all 4th grade classes in the county during National 4-H Week, inviting them to join 4-H! In Iowa, 4-H Is sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Service of Iowa State University, but is supported primarily on the local level by the many volunteers who work with 4-H. Some 80 adult volunteers serve as 4-H leaders for Sioux County's 33 4-H Clubs Northwestern Days (Continued from page 1) through! difficult clays financially, but this was a year of upswing and the coming year should be a good one." The local media and the Orange City business and professional community have rallied to Northwestern's support. Those working on the campaign include: Team 1: Del De Haan, Dwayne Plender, Glen De Zeeuw, Ron Noteboom, Jack Vander Wilt, Paul Van Engelenhoven; Team 2: Art Vogel, Harold Paekel, Wilbur De Jong, Dave Vander Wei, Roger Roghair, Robert Huibregtse; Team 3: Marvin Zeutenhorst, Stan De Haan, Virg Dykema, Don Hop, Don Ford, Ben Mulder; Team 4: Dale Hubers, Frank DeVries, Wayland Breese, Bill Muilenburg, John Swets, Roy Vander Stoep; Team 5: Dr. Wallace Vermeer, ' Willis Rozeboom, Bill Foreman, Dennis Rons, Don Vander Weide, Dr. E. Grossman, Jr. Neighborhood picnic at Veterans Park A neighborhood farewell was held at the shelter house in the Veteran's Park on Wednesday evening, September 22, to honor the Clarence Postma family and Mrs. Gertie Grifhorst who have now moved out of this block. Since the Arnold Van Gelder family will be moving into the Postma house they were invited as newcomers. Although Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vander Wei will be occuping the home of Mrs. Grifhorst, they were unable to attend since Dennis is in the service. Neighbors in attendance who sponsored the social were the families of Frank B. Van Der Zwaag, Ethan Vermeer, John DenHartog, DonStatema, Marion A n d r i n g a, Henk Aarsen and Mrs. Teunis Aarsen. Those unable to attend were the families of Keith Hoskins and Gerrit Vander Vegte. Clarence Postmas have purchased and moved into the Ervin Huizenga residence, and Mrs. Gertie Grifhorst is a resident of the Pioneer Home. Again this year, many acres )t corn have Ixn-n harvested 'or sllagn. This is normal 'or Sioux County, but wo didn't lave to cut as many acres this /ear to fill the silo as last /ear. Early planted corn should be bettor than our later planted corn. As the season pro- grossed, growing conditions became worse, so that our earlier pollinated corn benefited more from those conditions. Soybeans, tho stress period being two wooks lator than corn, may bo hurt the most by our woathor conditions this yoar. Our county corn yields may range from r.O to over 100 bushels per acre. I would guess that our county average Shower held for Kathy Bonnecroy to BO would be in the 70 bushel per arre range. Soybean combining should be going pretty good this week. Most of tho rorn is still too high in moisture to crib safely without artiP'-al drying. However, rlryinR at !,"! moisture per day will bring the majority of corn to the safe storage moisture by early October. Rev. Frank Do Jong from California and Miss Jennie no JonK from Sioux Center wore visitors last wofk in the John Verm^er homo. Mr. Howard Heornstra, pro- Inssor :it Iowa Stato Univnrsity in Amns will br> spending thc> wppkf-nd (it tho homo of his mothor, Mrs. Jacob Hnem- sfrn, r:mninpf especially for tho Northwestern College homecoming activities. Sunday morning after church coffee guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick R. Van Gelder were Mr. and Mrs. George De Jong from Artesia, California, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard De Groot and Miss Clara Bergsma. Miss Kathy Bonnocroy was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower on Saturday afternoon, September 25 "at the norm? of Gloria Vander Laan. Assistant hostesses worn Joyce F.ason and Shirley Kosters. Guests wore Myra De Jong, Cheryl De Jong, Allyson Dykstra, LeAnn Jager, and Diane Vander Stoep. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Nancy Van Gorp and Karen Vander Maaten. The afternoon was spent playing games after which the bride-to-be opened her gifts. A delicious lunch was served from a buffet table decorated in her chosen colors of blue and white. Kathy will become the bride of Ken Meendering on October 8. Glaucoma ("Continued from page 1) persists over a period of time and damage progresses so slowly that the victim is usually unaware of his condition for some time. In Iowa, 13,750 persons are estimated to be suffering from glaucoma, with 275 losing their sight each year. With early detection, however, prevention of blindness is possible in nearly every case. Persons who visit the glaucoma testing unit in Orange City at the Community Building will be screened to detect an increased inner eye pressure which may indicate the presence of glaucoma. Such examinations are made with an instrument called a tono- meter which measures the pressure of the eye. Local News The K.K. Klub enjoyed a breakfast at the Dutch Mill Inn last Wednesday morning, after which they went to the home of Mrs, Henry Te Paske, where Mrs. William Gambler told of their three week trip to Europe, visiting the countries of England, Holland, Switzerland, Italy and France. Saturday callers in the home of Mrs. Ralph De Jong were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Groen, Peter and Laurie from Blue Earth, Minnesota. Additional guests also were Mrs. Ann Newendorp and Carolyn from Sheldon. Mr and Mrs. Adrian Van•£?£«£=? The new as water he; (It's thriftier.) If you have an old gas water heater that your family has outgrown, you'll find a new gas water heater can handle the bigger jobs for less. Gas.The Premium Fuel. (sjorthern Natural Gas Company - Look and fool your best with tho h famous name, ity profliifts for hpaith, beauty and good grooming. You'll like the way we serve your needs and SAVF." YOUR MONF.Y. 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