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October 14, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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Jhe Record DEEDS FILED Ronald Lee Serck & wf to Ray B. Mulder & wf L 9, North Addn, RV $1. Clarence R. Vogelzang &wf to Rodney B. Hodgson & wf L 1 & Pt L 3 In Aud Subd & Plat of Blk 8, Van Orman's Addn, Hwdn $1. Bobby A. Berge, sgl, etal to Melba H. Stickel Ls, 4, 5 & 6, Blk 19, WTL Go's 2nd Addn, Hwdn $1. Lawrence H. Williams & wf to Gerald G. Weddle & wf Pt OL 2 in Musson's Subd of SW^ 2-94-48, Hwdn $1. Berdena Block, sgl, etal to Arle D. Drost & wf L 1 & Pt L 2 in Subd of Pt Ls 10 to 14, Blk 7, Maurice $1. Sheldon Comm School Dist to Henry Otto Stegemann etal Pt W-l- SWi 12-97-44 $1. James C. Huygens & wf to Douglas Oldenkamp & wf N 2 Ls 2 & 3 & Pt vac alley, Blk 8, Hospers $1. Robert Schelling & wf to Kenneth D. Meendering etal Pt L 1, Blk 24, East Addn, OC $1. Gerrit Diekevers & wf to Raymond Diekevers 1/2 int in NW Frl. -J 2-93-43 $1. Fred Thomas Starkweather etal to Gertrude Faye Starkweather Ls 10 & 11, Blk 2, Boyden $1. Jeanette Slothouber etal to Merlyn Kraai N-l L 10, Blk 17, OC $1. John Broek & wf to Roger D. Droog & wf L 10, Blk 5, West First Addn, OC $1. Eulyn Oolman to Glen Ool- man E-| SE} SE}- 26-95-45 $1. Eulyn Oolman.ExtrxtoGlen Oolman El SE' ( SE} 26-95-45 $1. Harold F. Van Bemmel & wf"to John Broek & wf L 4, Blk 24, South Addn, OC $1. John Broek & wf to Ronald L. Zylztra & wf L 4, Blk 6, West First Addn, OC $1. John Broek & wf to Harold Francis Van Bemmol & wf L 14, Blk 6, West First Addn, OC SI. John Broek & wf to Harvey G. Obbink & wf L 16, Blk 6, West First Addn, OC $1. John Broek & wf to John K. Harthoorn & wf L 2, Blk 6, West First Addn, OC $1. Norvin Noteboom & wf to Richard Simonson Pt Wi W| L 1 in Subd, Plat & Sur of NW-V 33-95-44, OC $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9890 Gerhard G. Probst, deceased (Trans) Probate 9891 Nora Bachmann, deceased Probate 9892 Dick Bajema, deceased Probate 9893 Anthony F. Bockelman, deceased Probate 9894 Effie Sitter, deceased DC 13911 S.C. Dist. Telco Cred Union vs Terry Dean Shipp (Law) DC 13912 Lambertson Elev vs Kenneth Hillrlch (Law) DC 13913 Dr. W. C. Boden vs Virgil & Clara Peck (Law) DC 13914 St. Joseph Mercy Hosp vs Diane & Loren Kuecker (Law) NEW AUTOS Harold Mulder, Orange City, Ford. Richard Butler, Hawarden, Ford. Walter Vander Wei, Rock Valley, Oldsmobile. Edward De la Maza, Sioux Center, Ford. John Curran, Hawarden, Gremlin. Vogel Paint & Wax, Orange City, Chevrolet. Bernard Schlumbohm, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Twila Haase, Hawarden, Ford. Victor P. Kellen.Granville, Mercury. Tony De Boom, Sioux Center, Ford. Vogel Paint & Wax Co. Orange City, Oldsmobile. Gerrit H. Te Slaa, Hull, Chrysler. Gladys V. Mulder, Orange City, Pontiac. Bradley Bauman, Rock Valley, Pontiac. E. B. Grossman, Orange City, Cadillac. Bradley A. Te Paske, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Gordon O. Probst, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Alice Van Roekel, Orange City, Chevrolet. Verlyn D. Moeller, Ireton, Chevrolet. Orville L. Liston, Ireton, Chevrolet. Wonderful Style Book Mail coupon or postal at once for this magnificent Style Guide and IJargam Book. ItbrinCT into the privacy of your own home, ..„ ._ yle* in wctM-mir •nP«rel-( o i. ibii you will t« well .no eo . l* Booh Jum your tiMim <-n ft l«"t»l. « on " SnlftliSrutij"". EcnJ Iwyonrwy lodw. Yon m«7 order tlie IW.m «uit here itoirii tifkt from thi. »d. .nd when >o<i »ee it II IOU_ don t 111 »«Jur. which rFpm»DU jwt M bw I.000bw«lni. cvtrtotMttt which rrp » proportiooaU MT^ff •• «l>°wn «>«•• t ill you do not w k »t Iheir " •. w fT jrw . Yo 'ilm4« illibUr lull. ««*•••>• lDT Vm ^vkZlTti ars^'^^«vs£:;.5su»^ Coat- With Hew wo- WayFurCollarNoZSZ Mtch I™'.** 1 *. •»»« «ltv «f t»w •Wool Poplin V \ SuilNo.KSl niun l<> r«u "I hot. ta drfM every number of thB f from [>».<) to tinil In ityli.h, .prTi.r.bl. w*«r1nK • •1 fur lu. George Schftfer, Boyden, Ford, Ralph Bouma, Orange City, Pontiac, Floyd F. Koster, Alton, Pontiac, Emma R. Schnee, Orange City, Ford, Donald Dempsey, Hawarden. Chevrolet. Margaret J. Smld, Boyden, Ford. Richard Van Zee, Sioux Center, Chrysler. Donald W. Ahrenholz, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Nolan D. Schlebout, Orange City, Oldsmobile, Simon J. Koolma, Rock Valley, Oldsmobile. Margaret Penning, Gran- vllle, Plymouth. Kenneth M. Douma, Sioux Center, Plymouth. Robert Gaul, Hawarden, Ford. Peter Van Egdom, Jr., Hawarden, Chevrolet. Gilbert De Zeeuw, Rock Valley, Oldsmobile. Harvey Boisen, Ireton, Pontiac. NEW TRUCKS Russells Ready Mix Inc., Orange City, Diamond Reo. William K. Verdoorn, Orange City, Ford. Marlon De Haan, Orange City, Ford. Farmers Mutual Coop, Alton, Chevrolet. William C. Hulstein, Hull, Chevrolet. Harold J. Drlesen, Hudson, S. Dak, International. Aubrey Altena, Soo Cen. Kord. Iowa Public Service Co., Rock Valley, International. Coop Gas & Oil Co., Sioux Center, Ford. William G. Snyder, Alton, Ford. Local News Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse and Sherry spent Sunday visiting their daughter, Lynne, who is director of the Day Care Center in Boone. They also attended the Presbyterian Church there on Sunday morning. Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower was also in attendence at tha church being in Boone that week-end visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. VernonMouw, David, and Tim attended Parents Day at Ames over the weekend, also attending the football game. Peggy Mouw is a student at Iowa State. Dr. and Mrs. R.J. Hassebroek and family spent last week-end with friends, Dr. ADMISSIONS GRANVILLE Mrs. Henry Rlnke, Oct. 5; Mrs. Tom Budden, Oct. 8; Mrs Joe Schwartz, Oct. 11 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Mario Fedders, Oct. 5; Jennie Lubbers, Oct. 6; ' Howard Jelgerhuis, Oct. 6; Jeff Wagner, Oct. 8; Marion Mouw, Oct. 10 FARNHAMVILLE, IOWA Mrs. Gary Vander Wilt, Oct. 6 MOVILLE Mrs. Tom Ntichel, Oct. 7 REMSEN William Pratt, Oct. 8; Donald Nitzschke, Oct. 10 IRETON Mrs. Charles Houlten, Oct. 8; Mrs. Peter Eisma, Oct. 10 ALTON Dennis Gergen, Oct. 10; John R. Mulder, Oct. 11 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. John Brouwer, Oct. 5; Mrs. GE 5; Mrs. Gertrude De Jong, Oct. 5; Kate Verdoorn, Oct. 6j Mrs. Gary Regnerus and son, Oct. 7; Jennie Lubbers, Oct. 8; Mrs. Mario Fedders and son, Oct. 9; Marion Mouw (died) Oct. 10 ALTON John R.Mulder, Oct. 5; Mrs. Carl Heidebrink, Oct. 5; Lawrence Klein, Oct. 8 MAURICE Mrs. Charles Koopmans, Oct. 5 IRETON Mrs. Edwin Meyer, Oct. 5 BOYDSN Ben Vander Zwaag, Oct. 5 HOSPERS Mrs. Ed Van Surksum, Oct. 5 GRANVILLE Mrs. Henry Ricke, Oct. 7; Mrs. Tom Budden and son, Oct. 11 HAWARDEN Etta Vande Pol, Oct. 7 FARNHAMVILLE, IA. Mrs. Garry Vander Wilt and daughter, Oct. 9 MOVILLE Mrs. Tom Niichel and son, Oct. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rower- dink of Vinton were weekend University of Iowa at Iowa City. on Friday morning. Mail Coupon or Write a Postal He cure to tend tuupon tutUy • *nj by return roftJI ?*• >Ira our »on«lrrfut Style tluok tRKK ft will ba • n*el* Chicago Mail Order Co. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS jl m.^ fr«j ^ (iipy of >,«, Hi »ln O«U« (Reprinted I'n.n, N •i.-lli-fr>ift M;isa7ine. Sept., 191G' Don't Miss Old Fashioned Bargain Days Thurs, Fri. f Sat, Mon. Bulky Knit Hockey Cops 100% 1000 pc. Rjzzles Blossom Threads onlv 881 8 x 10 inch Picture Frames onlv 7-bu. size Inwn & Leaf Bags Pkg. of 4 Don't miss the fun downtown Mon, afternoon & evening-- fun for all ON SALE For the First Time Ever SUPP-HOSE Panty Hose and Stockings The givdtest opportunity ever to purchase Supp-hosi- I\inty Hose and Stockings! Now, while they are ON SALT-. Stock up on your favorite styles and colors at terrific savings. Or try something new. There's a Supp-hose panty hose or stocking style right for whatever the occasion. So take advantage ot these terrific savings now!!! $5.95 Panty Hose 2pairs9.OO You save $2.90 Single Pair'4.95 $ 4.95 Stockings 2pairs79O You save *2.00 Single Pair $ 4.25 DYKEMA'S HNEST Phone 73 7-2277 E & I Gift & Variety ^Orange City, Iowa For old fashion prices shop The Stable d U] OLD FASHIONED BARGAIN DAYS! Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon., - - Oct. 14, 15,16, Sport Coats 1 rack 1/2 price Suits 1 rack 1/2 price '/f ,. and don't miss the fan downtown in Orange City Mon. afternoon and evening - - starting at$:30 FREE horse and buggy rides for the kids at the Windmill FREE movies at Town Hall « 2 W.C. Fields shorts FREE antique car display at the park The museum will be open 7-9 — serving free coffee AND music of the 1920's over the speaker system and Mrs. P.J. Bates at Cedar ls ln the Ralph Mouw Rapids. They also a tended the h coming especially for ,. _. homecoming activites of the the funeral O f John Hofmeyer \\ f ByE Buy one suit at regular price, get your choice of topcoat at 1/2 price iiimiHiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiimiiiiimiimiiiim Flared Slacks 1 table 1/2 price _ - • H Bar C Ranchwear Shirts and Slacks Reduced 25% _— Work Sox 3'&9f Flared Jeans $2°° off WHERi STYLE TELEPHONE U3 CENTRAL AVENUE S,E, - ORANGE CITY, 8—THE mni SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 14, 1971

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