The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 14, 1971 · Page 2
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October 14, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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1 ews of yesterday Pioneer Home news * .. ^j »«— tM,« siiiir rharlle Faber from Och- 10 YEARS AGO Dr. and Mrs. A. Bushmer havo moved into their new home nnd Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deets and daughter have moved Into the home which thpy have vacated. The Carl Homan family of Alton Is constructing one of the most unusual residences In this area. Designed with a view in mind, the home overlooks the beautiful Sioux Golf Clul) grounds. The Orange City Church Softball I.papue at Its final meeting of the season voted to distribute $1,254 In funds to various organizations. The fipvolnpnipnt of an 11 acrp tract of land north of Alton into a roadside park has been designed project number ono of the Sioux County Conservation Board. Thplowa State Highway Commission which owns the land has agreed to make the property aall- able. Excavation for the new Farm Bureau office building was completed last week at the site of the old building recently removed. 15 YEARS AGO Gary Rens and Earl Klay had a $1 bet on the outcome of the Milwaukee-Brooklyn Pennant race which Brooklyn (and Rens) won. Klay made public payment of the $1 at the Lions club meeting Monday, introducing himself as "Joe Smith". Rens accepted the dollar and said It would immediately go to the ^campaign fund of Stevenson and Kefauver. Homecoming activities started in the Orange City high school last week when Delores Borgman, Pat Van Sickle, and Margret Vogel, seniors were picked by the football squad as candidates for the 1956 Homecoming Queen. 20 YEARS AGO Friday afternoon, in the high school assembly, there will be the coronation ceremony and crowning of the 1951 Homecoming Queen, Betty Ann Kraai. The attendants are; Lois Ren, senior class; Erma Ver Steeg, junior class; Darlene Mouw, sophomore class; Helen Van Klompenburg, freshman class and crown bearer, Gerben Van Gelder. The Sioux County Soil District Commissioners are sponsoring a contest for the Rural Schools of Sioux County during the 1951-52 term. The purpose is to stimulate interest on the part of the pupils in the rural schools in the conservation of soil, water and wildlife. The federal census of 1950 gave Orange City a population of 2,166 an Increase of about 200 over previous figures, and changed the status of the community from a town to a city. Orange City was one of only four towns In the state of Iowa to make this change. 25 YEARS AGO Postmaster Ellsworth De Jong received word Monday that the town of Orange City will be given mall carrier service In Sept. 1947. Jack Arney of Sac City will be the new telephone manager here, taking the place of Ernest Smith, who goes to Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Kalsbeek named their new baby William Dean. Sometime during the severe meat shortage, someone stole 100 chickens from the William Oelrich farm north of town. Hear the McLaughlln Twins on WNAX Monday through Friday at 7:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roos and family of Ashton and Miss Bernice Roos of Milford attended the church services here Sunday for the baptism of their first grandson, Firman Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schiebout. The city has sold the tennis courts on West Second Street to John Groen, Delbert De Haan, Arthur Jonker, Paul Muyskens, Tom Noteboom. and Allen Roos are freshman at Northwestern Junior College this semester. 30 YEARS AGO John and Mike Westra and William Vogelaar motored some 1000 miles to fish at Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota. Instead of their catching fish, a snow storm caught them, It was reminiscent of Armistice Day last year. Arie SmM had the misfortune to break the tongue of his trailer when turning the corner by the Academy. The vehicle was loaded with corn cobs whicn promptly spilled over the pavement. Arie spent a bad half hour rounding up the stray cobs and getting them into Gerrit Kuiken's trailer to take home. What hurt the worst were the sympathetic and sly smiles of passing motorists. Charles H. De Vrles, proprietor of the Gamble Store, has announced that the store will move from the present location in the Vander Aarde building to the vacant storeroom in the Hawkeye Hotel building formerly occupied by the Orange City Furniture Store. On July 30. 1941, a car driven by'Arthur, son of Tony Van Roekel hit a calf belonging to August Jonker. The car was damaged and the animal was killed. Mr. Van Roe- Mr, -and Mrs. John Stult from Modesto, California visited his brother Henry Stult Wednesday evening. Saturday they took him to Sheldon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Case Balkema and Mr. and Mrs. Elw» Balkema, Saturday, Miss WilmaHuls- man from Dordt College and Miss Murla Klelnhessellnk from DCS Molnes called on their grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Hutsrnnn. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. C. Berhens from Marshal, Minn, visited Mrs, Sarah Van Zee and also took her to Alton to attend the wedding of Duane Van Zee and Miss Beverly Cleverlnga. Mrs. John Te Paske and Mrs. Al- vln Storm called on her Friday afternoon. Mr. Don Moir took his father, Mr. Win. Mnlr to his homo at Merrill to celebrate his 83rd birthday. kel filed a claim for damages and last week the neighbors settled their differences with Mr. Jonker paying Mr. Van Roekel $30. Charlie Faber from Ocheyedan called on Mr. George Dutstermars Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wtelenga also visited him. Mr. Gerrit De Vrles visited his children, the AUrdd De Vrles family at Maurice and . B. Bufflngton family at Hawarden on Tuesday. Frldayhe called on his son George at the hospital in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sulhoff from Council Bluffs, la. visited Mrs. Wm. Doornlnk, Saturday. Mrs. Henry Lammers from Sioux Center called on Mrs. Wm. Westra. Mr. Louis Brandsma became a resident of the Pioneer Home., Oct. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal visited the Dayton Kraai family at Newell, Iowa on Sunday. Monday the Senior Citizens met at the Pioneer Home. Rev. George Kots was the speaker and Mrs. Gerald Korver sang a solo.. A nice group attended. Miss Martha Eftgbers from visited Mrs. GrAceEng- MM. Engbers was & nd guest In the Jim Heynen home In Hull, Mrs. Minnie Stuevens from Matlock called on Miss Martha Meyer Monday, Local Newt Mrs. Jack Int» Veldt spent Wednesday evening In the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Rens. The Inf Veldt's are moving to Sheldon from Ver- milllon, South Dakota. Sunday evening coffee guests In the Ronald Noteboom homo were Mr. and Mrs. Elwln Van Roekel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Morlyn Plender and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters left last Friday for a trip through Michigan and then onto New Jersey to visit with their son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Den Besten from Jenlson, Michigan were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rave- stein, Sr. last Thursday and Friday, .^aH^MMI I I I The "Good old days" Then I T'S a pity to Buffer corns. Millions of people don't. If a corn appears, they put a Blue-jay on it. Never a pain after that. In 48 hours the corn disappears, and forever. Why don't you let Blue-j«y prove that? The way 1» ea»y, gentle, quick. It is scientific, and results are inevitable. ,Remember this- Corns are Needless One Blue-jay is sufficient on 91 per cent of all corns. On old, stubborn corns simply use another. Why pare coma and keep them? Why use harsh methods and risk soreness? Or ways that don't end corns ? Apply a Blue-jay and you know the corn will end. Never again will it bother. That ii proved a million times a month. Corn* are inexcusable today. a .m a emu A» Dr >4t.u BAUER ». BLACK, Cblc*(o and N«« YoA M.Ufl ofSurilc.) D,«Mlo«l. •»• ! Tii i" Mu'li-rn Priscilla M.tsa?.inP, July, 1916) 104 CKNTRAI. AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA AN OFHCIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, pay ahle annually in advance, $ri [W ypar in Sioux and adjoining counties, $6.50 [*r year elsowhere. SFCOND 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. 46 - October 14, 1971 We at Northwestern State Bank believe OLD FASHIONED SERVICE is what a bank is all about! Stop in and get acquainted with us when you come to Orange City to shop during OLD FASHIONED BARGAIN DAYS Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon. October 14, 15, 16, 18 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 FUL'L SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C, Keeps the Whole House Clean BISSELL'S VACUUM SWKKPKK is effectual insurance against floor dust and dirt. Its three vacuum bellows create such a volume of air suction that the fine dust does not have a chance to become deeply imbedded into your carpets and rugs. . Dust-bag and nozzle come out in one piece, emptying from the rear—an exclusive Bissell convenience. To keep the whole house clean by the modern, dustless, sanitary method, you should use a BISSELL'S Vacuum Sweeper BISSELL'S Carpet Sweeper* are in greatest demand in the leading markets of the world- even where national loyalty is most intense. Every Bissell is backed by 40 years of ex- perieSci devoted to the exclusive manufacture of carpet sweeping devices. .. Vacuum Sweepers $7.50 and S'J.OO. Cyco Ball-Bearing Carpet Sweepers are .)2.(5 j. $5.25. Slightly higher in the Wcsl. Sunlit "BISSEU/ CARPET SWEEPER CO. Lwgeit »nd Old.it Bxcluilv. M.nofscturtri of 0»rpet BwMplng D«vl«i In tb« World Depl. 208. GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN uepi. *"°. Mt(]e (n C|lMlUi ,„„ Now.. • there's a better electrici 4 position nap selector adjusts for cleaning all rugs, carpets & floors* (Reprinted from The Modern Priscilla Mugazine, July, 1916) IfNyRefngerSf I.M me sen'l yn.i > Ore»t Whit« Ftoit B.trlg.r- •tor lui 10 cl»y«' lri.il myi.i.ti<«ri «mli«n--lit till I'.liil You '»!"• "" '"•''* - - 'I nut t,.rdS"l at »i.vci|.tl fill.molt Icr-uuue. ni'j<f.»ril faml Shell togeltj Mi 4 WAY SUCTION CONTROL Admiral] IMPERIAL DUAL-TEMP' REFRICERATOMUKfll MODEL T1303 (Roprinterl from The Modern Priscilla Magazine, July, 1910) FAMILY WASHER FREE LABOR AND EXPENSE OF WASHING CLOTtlfS CUT IN TWO No Mute SKiniilnu. llnliliinu or Iliiilliiu of THE " 1900" BALL-BEARING FAMILY WASHER SENT FREE to any one without deposit or advance payment of *nv kind, freight paid, cm M days' trial. U <.- umiucsuun* ably lite ifrtMieat labor-saving ; machine ever invented for family use. hiii|n*ly iimv principle. It is simplicity uself There are no wheels, paddles, rmkers, cranks or complicated machinery. It revolves on bicycle linll- hrartnffM, making il y far the easiest run- ninB washer on the market. N- strength required, a child can operate it. No more stopping, rubbing, boilins of clothes. Hot water and soap all I hat is needed It will wash I u rue <j u u M t I I i (• H n | clothe? (nu nj.itu-v ho.. 1 soiled.) iirrtVrtb clean tu It nihuitru. Impossible to injure the MHI-I delicate fabrics CONVINCING TESTIMONY, 15 MACHINESFUL IN 4 HOURS. Sherwood, Md , Jan. 1.1, ltn>l The washer 1 'eceived from vnu is the best 1 ever saw. It will do all you claim (or H 1 can dn the washing in three to four hours. where it tnuk a colored woman i whole day to dn it. We have ten 3OV6 and three tfirlf, and you c.in Juage from ih.it, tli.it we hive lartje washings. Myscll and daughter would nut p.ut \\iih this m:\chine for twice what it cost. MKS. I.tu't 11. HAKKISUN. "1900" WASHER CO,, 3 P STATE ST., BINGHAMTON N V. (Reprinted from The Modern Priscilla Magazine, July, 1916) •^ Check your appliance dew for labor saving (P.S. Did you know the electricity usecI bj appliances in 1971 costs younjbgrt 1/5 did in 1923? , , . about 1,90/KWH as with 9,50.) Orange City Municipal 2-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 14, W?l

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