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Messiah rehearsal will begin Oct. 10 The Messiah rehearsal will begin for the Dec. 12 presentation of Handel's Messiah by the Sioux County Choral Society and Sioux Center Symphony will begin Sunday, Oct. 10 at 3:00 In the choir room at Dordt College. Singers throughout the county are urged to participate while, according to the plan of the Sioux County Choral Society, In alternate years other Christmas works will be presented. This year the presentation is about l| hours of the Messiah only. Mrs. Margery Stetson is one of the outstanding soloists and Gary Warmink will be the director. We wish to extend a special invitation to all Northwestern College students. SPECIAL NOTICES Second place winner in the NW Homecoming parade was won by the sophomore class. Services held for Mrs. Peter Roos Funeral services were held for Mrs, Peter Roos, 77, of Sheldon on Sept. 27 at the Bethel Reformed Church with Rev. William B. Miller officiating. She died Sept. 24, at the Sheldon Community Memorial hospital after a brief illness. Born Oct. 15, 1894, Maurice, Iowa. Former Gertrude Van Roekel, married June 11, 1920, at Orange City. Mr. Roos died in Sheldon May 4, 1970. Survivors: Six daughters, Mrs. Abe (Nelvera) Schie- bout and Mrs. Charles (Arlene) Lubbers, both of Orange City, Miss Bernice Roos of Tempe, Ariz., Mrs. Raymond (Maxine) Heemstra of Bartlesyille, Okla., Mrs. Al (Gladys) Kessel of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. Harry (Muriel) Ostendorf of Oshkosh, Wis., two sons, Kenneth of Sheldon and Edwin of Ashton, Iowa; one sister, Mrs. Jeanette Van Stryland of Orangp City; two brothers, Ben Van Roekel of Orange City and Ernest Van Roekel of Linden, Wash.; 24 grandchildren, three great grandchildren. NIVS student from Ghana, West Africa Servicemen 1st Lt. Cheryl B. Kleinhesse- link 478-58-9360 24th Evac. Hospital APO San Francisco 96491 Bryan Boonstra, stationed in Hawaii, is back on duty following an accident in which he injured his knee 3 months ago. His address Is: Bryan Boonstra B660448 NCS Honolulu W42A FPO San Francisco, Calif. 96613 Pfc Robert A. Mouw 480-56-1630 Co. C 2nd Med. Bn. 2nd Inf. Div. Camp Stanley APO San Francisco 96358 Robert Boonstra 255 Irazer Ct. San Francisco, Calif. 95116 P.F.C. Lyle Dlekevers, 480-66-1672 Co. C 1/12 CAV 1st CAV div. (am), A.P.O. San Francisco, Calif. 96490 A student from Ghana, West Africa is enrolled in the Farm Operations program atNorth- west Iowa Vocational School. Edward Tetteh, age 30, from Accra, Ghana indicated that his objective in attendingNIVS is to "take home modern methods and technology in farming to improve the primitive conditions of his countrymen." Edward's parents and brothers and sisters are engaged in farming. Edward received his education in Presbyterian mission schools, ten years, Methodist Mission High School, five years, and two years of business training. He has taken part-time Bible courses the past eight years learning how to teach and preach, and has been active in the Baptist Church in Accra teaching Sunday School and part- time preaching. His work experience Includes five years with the West African Examinations Council, a civil service program where he was in charge of the ordering, issuing, accounting for and correcting the examination materials. In the Farm Operation Program Edward will be attending classes four hours per days, four days per week, with the remaining time to be coop on a farm or agricultural occupation. The Farm Operations program is two years in length. Several area farmers have volunteered to employ him for a period of time. However, he still needs good Christian farm managers to employ him. For a variety of experiences he needs work on a grain farm for three to six months, on a hog raising farm, a cattle feeding farm, a dairy farm and perhaps a poultry farm. Edward has paid his own expenses to date. However, there have been a number of persons interested in assisting with the costs of his education. Financial assistance and farm employment experiences are being arranged by the Student Services Division, Northwest Iowa Vocational School. Sp/4 Kenneth W. Van Gorp 481-60-6694 Co. C 2nd Bn 12th Cav. 1st Cavalry Division Fort Hood, Texas 76545 Petit jury (Continued from page 1) dricks, Hawarden; Peter Hib- mann, Hospers; Joe Horstman, Sloux Center; Arnold Hulshof, Rock Valley; Coba Hulshof, Ireton; John A.Hulst, Hull; Steve G. Hulstein, Sioux Center; Mildred Hymans, Hull; Art De Jong, Hull; Ray P. De Jong, Orange City; Tom E. De Jong, Hull; Tracy Feekes De Jong, Rock Valley; Hattie Kleinhesselink, Orange City; Adrian Kool, Hawarden; Florence Kroese, Hull; John H. Krogman, Alton; Bernice Lechtenberg, Granville; Marinus Louwerse, Sioux Center; Cornie Mantel, Orange City; Henry Moret, Sioux Center; Marinus Mouw, Sioux Center; Carl Mulder, Orange City; Kathryn Vander Naald, Orange City; Marjorie Nelson, Hospers; Nellie Nobel, Rock Valley, Myrna Van Pelt, Orange City; Geraldine Reinders, Orange City; Diana Royer, Ireton; Al J. Scholten, Rock Valley; Melroy Steckelberg, Hawarden, Lillian Top, Orange City; Janice Veenstra, Orange City; Ann De Vries, Sheldon, Russell Wichers, Orange City; Marion Van Zandbergen, Orange City; Viola Zenk, Alton. SPECIAL NOTICES The Senior Citizens will hold a meeting Monday, Oct. 11, at 2:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Home. This Is the first meeting of the year. Anyone needing a ride call Mrs. E. Eknes, 2607. K. Holtdorf elected to Student Govt. Krlsti Holtdorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Holtdorf of Maurice, was elected to Freshman Student Government at Iowa State University on September 25 and 26. She holds the position of senator for the College of Science and Humanities. Kristi was one of 25 students elected to represent the approximately 4800 Freshmen on campus. Kristi will be working closely with the president, vice president, and other senators in weekly F.S.G. meetings in an effort to help freshmen meet the problems facing them at I.S.U. One of the prime objectives set forth by this year's F.S.G. is to set up a telephone answering service to answer questions about where to go and what to do on campus. Kristi is a 1971 graduate of Maurice-Orange City High School. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jans •will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on Oct. 15 at the Free Grace Reformed , Church in Middleburg. Open house will start at 7:30 p.m. with the program to start at 8:00 p.m. The couple requests no gifts. Servicemen Staff Sergeant David L. De Geest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De Geest has recently gone to Thailand for a four month tour of duty. He is in the Air Force stationed at U-Tapau Air Force Base, Sattahip, Thailand. His Address is: Staff Sgt. David L. De Geest F.R. 504-50-7979 100th S.R.W. OL-RU-Box 6899 APO San Francisco 96330 First Sioux County Concert Series on October II Genera! meeting for Hospital Auxiliary The Hospital Auxiliary General Meeting will be held Tuesday evening, October 12 at 7:30 in the Town Hall. All members are urged to be present. The forthcoming BAZAAR will be discussed with various committees participating. Mrs. P. Noteboom, chairman of the Bazaar, recommends all chairmen and assistants be on hand to give and receive suggestions. A short business meeting will be held for the purpose of amend the Bylaws and to introduce the new members of the Board. Teen Challenge to be held at Unity The Orange City Assembly of God Church will have special services Sunday, October 10, at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Iowa District Sunday School and Young People's Representative, George Edgerly and family will minister. All friends are welcome. A Teen Challenge Rally will be held Tuesday evening, October 12, at 7:30 in the Unity Christian High School Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tillman who work with the youth In Los Angeles will share experiences and enlighten all adults and young people who will come. There will also be a motion color film shown on "Teen Revolt" and the way of escape. Everyone Is cordially Invited to this presentation. Only a free will offering will be taken. Meeting held by NW Faculty Dames Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Muilenburg from Lake Park visited In the parental homes of Marion Muilenburg and Roy Vander Stoep last weekend, coming especially for Northwestern Homecoming festivities. Mrs. Henry Te Paske and Mrs. Marvin Grotenhuis attended a County Library Board meeting in Sheldon on Monday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vander Maten from Fort Dodge visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Vander Maten on Monday morning. .. . . 6-^THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 7, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. De Jong and Mrs. Herman Vander Wilt left on Monday afternoon for Washington, D.C. where they will spend a couple of weeks visiting with the Terry De Jong family. The Northwestern College Faculty Dames met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Lars Granberg. The new president, Mrs. Roland Simmelink conducted the business meeting. A highlight of the evening was the reading of correspondence from members who had moved during the year. Committees and future activities were announced. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served from a beautiful table of autumn appointments. Mrs. Alfred Drake, chairman of the hostess committee was assisted by Mrs. Paul Hudson, Mrs. Grady Holland, Mrs. Tom Noteboom, Mrs. Art Hielkema, Mrs. Robert Reynen, Mrs. Roland Simmelink and Mrs. Paul Koehn. The first Sioux County Concert Series program will feature the MID-AMERICA WOODWIND QUINTET, one of the finest chamber music ensembles in the central United States. The program will be held October 11, at 8:00 P.M., in the Dordt College Auditorium, Sioux Center, Iowa. Composed of five faculty members from the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas, the Mid-America Woodwind Quintet has been in existence for four years. The group has performed extensively throughout the Midwest and Southwest. The large repertoire of the group includes music from the baroque to the 20th century. The quintet has had works written especially for and dedicated to it by several composers. Dr. Marvin Petroelje Northwestern College professor, and one of those who spearheaded the drive for engaging an exceptionally fine concert series, said, '*! feel that the committee has selected a series of concerts that will meet the tastes of the many concert-goers in the Sioux County area. The increased support of all residents is encouraged to assure high calibre programming in subsequent years." The season concerts Include; The Mid-American Woodwind Quintet, Voices,Incorporated; Robert Nagel, trumpet soloist; Bossart and Fischer, duo-pianists; Will Roy, bass soloist; and Joanna Simon, soprano. Punt, Pass-Kick zone contest her Saturday The zone competition of Ford Motor's annual Punt- Pass-Kick contest will be held at Orange City this year S: .rt- ing at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Northwestern College field. First place winners of local contests previously held at 10 area towns will be competing. Those from Orange City will be John Hall (8 year old group), Mark Muilenburg (9), Lee Me Kinstrey (10), Don Jacobsen (11), Dennis Rowehhorst (12), and Bruce Hop (13). They will compete with winners from the contests held at Akron, Cherokee, Hawarden, Kingsley, LeMars, Primghar, Rock Rapids, Sheldon and Sioux Center. Winners in each group will compete at the district contest to be held at Boys Town in Omaha. Runners-up will receive trophies. Competition then moves to a regional meet in Kansas City — with winners going on to the national to be held at the Super Bowl. Wage-price freeze discussed at M-OC board meeting Monday, October 4, was the date of the M-OC school board meeting in the board room in the high school. All were present with the exception of Wendell Toenjes. EarlKlayj legal advisor for the board, was on hand to discuss the wage-price freeze and how It affected salaries at M-OC. He said that although salary Increases could not take effect until the 90 days are up, State Superintendent Paul Johnson suggested that the total contracted pay be paid during the remaining year. Klay also admitted that the fine points of the freeze are difficult to understand, and any time the board had a question they could come to him. He is on a monthly retainer by M-OC In an advisory capacity. Klay noted that this service is also available to teachers. Principal Bob Wlnegar advised the board to apply the M-OC "beer rule" to all students In extra-curricular activities Instead of just athletes. This rule states that any student found with beer or drugs will be suspended from all extra-curricular activities for six weeks. This motion was passed. Following an executive session The CAPITAL was told that the board was advised at the session as to the health of an instructor. At a recent teacher's meeting, the teachers agreed to a flat fee if their keys were lost and the teacher was found negligent. The board moved that a $50 fine would be levied if a majority of the teachers, administrators and board members found, the teacher at fault. The board also discussed the possibility of having a visiting teacher for Scott Mulder who will be unable to attend school for a year because of a defective hip. They decided to investigate the cost before taking any action. The board was also advised that Principal Bob Winegar is waiting to buy a soft Ice-cream machine because he wants to make sure that It will be a money-making proposition. Hem P[o " eer Mr. and Mrs. John Van Holland and family from Rock Valley were Friday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, sr. Mrs. Carl Reinklng held an afternoon coffee to honor her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ken Hollinga from Great Falls, Montana. Captain and Mrs. Hollinga are visiting in the home of Lambert Hollinga. Guests were Mrs. Jerry Ferrell, Mrs. Ed Grossman, Jr., Mrs. Dave Christenson, Mrs. Bruce Murphy, Mrs. Gary Bredensteiner and Mrs. Hon Grubowski. Mr. Howard Bloemendaal flew back to his home In California on Monday afternoon after spendingsometlme visiting with relatives In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Gelder and Mr. Bob Schale- kamp from Maurice visited in the Marvin Vlieger home at Chandler, Minnesota on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van Roekel have left for their home in Lynden, Washington, after spending a few weeks visiting with relatives In this area. SPECIAL NOTICES The fall meetings of the Siouxland Women's Missionary Union will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The Calvin Chr. Ref. Church of LeMars will host us. The meetings will be held in the Calvary United Methodist Church located at 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S.E. Speakers will be Rev. Robert Ruis (Mexico field) and Mrs. Edward Henry (Navajo Indian field). Offering: 2/3 for Mass Communications Center in i Mexico and 1/3 for Navajo Indian field. '•1 just heard your husband is in the hospital," gushed the wife's friend. "What happened?" "It's his knee," answered the wife. "I found a redhead on it." Mr. and Mrs. Rod Mulder and family from Iowa city called on Mrs. John Lubbers, their grandmother. Mrs. Herman Vander Maten was a guest .in the home of his daughter and family, the John Kosters in Sloux Center on Sunday. Miss Johanna from Hospers Henry .^sllum from thehos Mrs. Lowell MOW!trn cer visited Mr. Van ? Sunday. an p ws« Itetl Htm Mr. and Mrs. Don Kulper from Worthlngton spent Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don VanderStoep, taking in Northwestern College Homecoming activities. Saturday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. In honor of Mrs. Vande Kamp's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Vande Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vande Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vande Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vander Bosch and family all from Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ten Napel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred De Jong and family all from Ireton. Mr. visited Gefrlt De - "—'^ass Sunday the Harold" ^' at Hull. Monday he panied Mr. and Mrs De Vrles of Round La to Sioux City, wuere M ( 1 George De Vrles entered iu hospital for treatment I Mrs. Henry Brinks andHts I Peter Leusink from the MM dleburg church called onMs Sarah Van Zeek. Sunday ft son, Richard Van Zee « wife from Middleburg vlsiy Send Send FREE -DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 3 for 2 SPECIAL any three garments • professionally cleaned and finished for the PRICE OF TWO or 6 Garments Pay for 4 2 FREE 9 Garments- Pay for 6 3 (2 -piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as_l garment) Cleaners Laundefers LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 Pick-up & -Delivery Mon. &~thurs. Stop our.routeman or leave at" Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Mr. and Mrs. Dick R. Van Gelder, Mr. and Mrs, Case Swets and Mr. and Mrs, Al Walraven were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Vermeer in Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Gelder, Curtis and Bill from Denver were weekend guests in the parental William Van Gelder home. Your Best Insurance Against Property Damage and Personal Injury Is Caution, Every Day You can never be too careful when it comes to preventing fire! That's why good safety habits at home, at work, at play are the rule, never the exception. At home, check often to guard against accumulation of flammable debris, faulty wiring, other fire hazards. At work, obey fire department regulations to the letter, At play, make sure campfires are out, dead out. Caution now may save lives later. Published as a public service by Orange City Volunteer Fire Dept.