The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 14, 1971 · Page 12
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1971
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CHAMIIR Of COMMIftCI October 7, 1971 Gene K. Krueger, Band Director Maurice-Orange City Community School Orange City, Iowa 51041 Dear Gene: I sureiy wish to thank you again for bringing "The the Dutchmen Band" to ou »™ P 1 ™ 1 ^ the street .people b nd . 9 . remarked that they were so very well behaved You put on a wonderful show at the football ev i Also, we liked your P«»y Queen, Sandy R..k. At the luncheon we called on her (without notice) to «ii your "Pride of the Dutchmen Band. S ^e did a wonde r _ 3^ You would have been proud of her, if_you nao lendid story 1 ' I am returning plctu«. Jn^^rat. .nv.1^.^ Th«k. Pi now w^ to visit Orange City next spring to see your Tulip Festival. Again, thanks so much! Sincerely, WFS:jaf Wm. F. Steele Exec. Sec. 114 no. moort itrMl, ato«Mi Iowa 295-21J1 Dr. M. Samuel Noordhoff of Taipei Taiwan, visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Nenry Noordhoff and with Mrs, Albert H. Brunstlng of Hull. Dr. Noordhoff is superintendent of The Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taiwan. He was In the USA to attend medical meetings and to complete fund raising drives for a new hospital. He reported the latter as very successful due to the cooperation and efforts of many laymen throughout the Reformed Church. Dr. Noordhoff's family remained in Taiwan during his visit. Dan Bomgaars, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bomgaars was the guest of honor at a party In honor of his 4th birthday on Sunday evening. Those present to help him celebrate wer Mr. and Mrs.GerrltAalberts, Mr. Bill Vande Brake and Bobby, Mr. Ken Aalberts, Kerl and David, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vander Zwaag and family of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Grienke and family and his sister Pam. Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog returned home Thursday evening from a 5,500 mile trip to the state of Washington. Enroute they saw the Teton mountains, Yellowstone Park and Jackson Hole, Wyo. In Yaktna, Wash, they visited five uncles and aunts all over 80 years old (De Beste's). From there they went to Oregon and Calif. They saw the Redwoods, Zton Park and Bryce Canyon. They visited relatives and friends In the Los Angeles area. They experienced a earth quake in California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. De Vries were dinner guests on Wednesday at the T. N. Van Bruggen home in Vermillion. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Van Etten spent several days In Milwaukee last week attending the Mission Festival and also visiting their son, Robert Van Etten who lives there. Enjoying dinner to gether on Saturday evening at the Dutch Mill Inn In honor of the birthday of Henry Plender were Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Haan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vander Maaten, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faber, Bill Ter Horst, Mrs. Arie Bloemendaal and Mrs. Elizabeth Plender. Later a social evening was spent In the Plender home. Sunday dinner guests in the home of the Simon Harme- llnks to celebrate Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink, Sherl and Debra, John Blom, Mr. and^ Mrs_._ Donald Johonson from Sfiafer, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Johonson were guests in the Wilbur Harmelink's home over the week-end. Mr. Johonson was Wilbur's buddy in the Navy. Gerfit Mouw and Bert Mouw from Willmar, Minn, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wte- lenga from Redlands, Cal., at the Lou Wlelenga home on Sutiday afternoon. Lt. Colonel (Ret.) and Mrs. E.E. Eknes flew with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hancock to the Air Force Academy to attend the funeral of Captain Janes V. Newendorp. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Van Meeveren left for Norton, Kans. Sunday morning to attend to funeral of Guy Ballinger which was held onMon. Mr. Alfred Kokengewhohas been in St. Vincent's hospital the month of September is receiving extensive care at the Sunrise Manor In Sioux City for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plender were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Plender and family in honor of Henry Plender's birthday, which was Sunday. ^^^^<> s w^*^>*^ li ^ p ^^^*'^^^*^^^'^^^^^'^''^ il ^*™«^^^-^N>^<5s5^^^vvi fc • Our Thanks to God A spiritual renewal is reaching North*., Iowa, ™ We, as Pastors, want to offer ourselves i the ministry of teaching to Individuals or s™ concerned. To develop a scriptural maturity very Important. liy ls Subjects will be as follows: 1. The Baptism of the Holy Ghost with HIM evidence. 1B " 2. Gifts of the Holy Spirit operating In the churck 3. The soon return of Christ for His draw!' 4. Deliverance by casting out of demons. 5. The occult dangers of hypnotism, witchcraft an* astrology. m 6. How to deal with Homosexuals. 7. The place of Jesus People and youth In IKI. 20th century revival. W1! 8. The battle of the sexes today - adultry, abor lions, and per-marital sex. 9. The place of fasting and prayer. Call 4620 or contact Rev. A. E. Klepplnger 304 Delaware S.W. Orange City, Iowa 51041 w/»< Old Fashioned Bargain Days Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon - - Oct. 14, 15, 16, 18 Sheldon High School Former resident band to perform at died of injuries Northwestern game The Sheldon High School Band will perform Saturday at the Northwestern College football game with Yankton College. This Is the third consecutive year that an area high school band has been invited to perform at a Red Raider game. The Sheldon band will perform at the pre- game ceremonies and will present a half-time show. The 85-piece marching unit will be led by Drum Majorette Linda Tie mans. The band's director is Mr. Michael Dahlen, a graduate of August- |ana College and the University ; of South Dakota. Assistinghtm with the marching band this year is Mr. Lowell TenClay, a Northwestern College senior who Is interning in music at Sheldon. Loul Newt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer Shelly and Timmy of Edgerton were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wlelenga last Thursday to Saturday. Mr. Kramer attended the Teachers Convention in Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw entertained their employees at dinner at Joe Gantz Steak House in Sioux City last week and later all attended the Ice Follies. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goedhart, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cleveringa, Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Wlelenga, Ben Vander Zwaag, Laurel Mouw and Mrs. Minna Dengler. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zwagerman spent the weekend In Ames where they attended Parents Day at Iowa State Unl., also attending the Iowa State- Colorado football game on Saturday after noon. While they were there they joined Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zwagerman and family of Rochester, Minn, for dinner at the home of the Larry Zwagerman family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwagerman and family from Kelly, Iowa joined them for supper on Saturday evening. Sunday dinner guests in the James Woudstra home were Mr. and Mrs. John De Groot from Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Larry De Groot and Miss Rita Siegers from Sioux Center and Mr. andMrs.GerbenBonnema from Hawarden. Additional afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vander Vliet from Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Al Woudstra and Jackie, ami Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kroeze, Rita De Boer, JoLynn Vander Zwaag, Brenda Wlese, and Julie Boonstra spent last week-end visiting with Jack* ie Van Rooyan and Pam Ool- man in Sioux Falls where the latter are In nurses training. On Saturday they all attended the Northwesteen- Sioux Falls college football game. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peters from Sheldon were callers las Thursday afternoon In the Lou j. Wielenga home Neal Grifhorst, 81, died Oct. 9th in a Canby, Minn., hospital of injuries received in an automobile accident. Mr. Grifhorst was formerly a farmer in the Bemis and Clear Lake area. He had made his home with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buyert, 406 3rd NE, Watertown, S.D., for about six years. The funeral was Tuesday, October 9th in the Bemis Holland Presbyterian Church, Deuel County. A family service was held in the church parlors, Burial was In the Christian Reformed Cemetary. He farmed near Bemis and Clear Lake before moving to Orange City in 1929. In 1936 he moved Imto Orange City and was custodian of the City Hall until he retired and came to South Dakota to live with his family. Survivors include six daughters. Mrs. Henry Buyert, ert, Watertown; Mrs. Garry (Helen) Hofkamp, Leota, Minn., Mrs. Wm. (Bernlce) Schoep, Sioux Center; Mrs. Simon (Gertrude) Korver, Nooksack. Wash., Mrs. Bert (Grace) Buyert, Bemis; Mrs. Wayne (Phyllis)Pierce, Puyallup, Wash., and one sister, Mrs. Tillie Koiman, Yucaipa, Cal. TWnT'EEfeMaA±SstnieasJ^a^=== a = a!aas==:== ' 1 ' Old fashioned Day* SPECIALS Prices good Thurs. thru Mon. ONLY -.. liberal trade in on watches AccutronrBulova-E Igin-Wy ler """ $ 2 trade in on Electric razors Alarm Clocks 20% off Sunset SoapDyes -i ore the only Dye* thai *• Clean Fabrics Thoroughly While Dyeing Them Thi-v I|M mil slnin thr liamU nr iltrnsils; Ilivy (livr tllf sittnr shiidv .-mil (It-plh >)[ tnlor I,, i-nitim w.,,.1. Mlk am] linrn in tliv same dyt bath. Thrsc c«i lusivc fiMturrauf Sunsrl SniipDycs make thrm '''"'''^[j^, 1 ,™,^ 1 ^ am liMVlV,?i,V'i, r |HVi^7>u'- l nH-^wVimu'N^k?hul""rw^ti ,."l! muinmmil i».t tu ili/ur.' IlK' «iw»t Miri™. A»k your dealer for one •« rf"\_, ol the lollowin* color; I VJC or .end u, hi. n«me «nd * ""^ ~ ten cent, .nd we will mail • c»ke, with .imole direction*, which will dye • pound of H ood. in 30 minute*. Tloi. Sc.iltt. C.rdln.l. Win, Unlit Bio. Ik; Bit]., Br.wn. linn. U|M nrc'n P*rk Qrtrn Or*r. 8*nd. H.ltotrop*. Ytll.w. Old R«le. Old Blut. OI*0(«, BUc*. Tht malt Won JcrM Dyn in r/ie World. SUNSET SOAP DYE COMPANY Bo. J,, New Rochelle. N. Y. /.ir. ,/, ulrrjt uMittfl in nr^u Tuttiii. Don't miss the fun on main street Monday afternoon and evening. There's something fun for everyone. (Speaking of fun, we thought a little "spoofing" might be fun on some of the items in our ad this week. ~ Scope Mouthwash by Kayner & Keepsake See our choice selection in white or yellow gold Check our prices before you buy Van Gelder Jewelry (Reprinted from The Modern Priscilla Magazine, March, 1917) Samsonite Silhouette Brief Case SPECIAL Limited time offer Family size $1.59 value ONLY Purchase 3 bottles at 99$ each and receive $1.00 cash refund from the makers of Scope — your cost is only 66$ each, See our display for details. $1.09 value Right Guard Deodorant 4 oz. Reg. $33.00 $ 26 95 (Reprinted from the Watertown Public Opinion.) 1/2 block west of the Bank Orange City Choice of colors Biscayne Blue Dover White Moon Glow Willow Green Wild Strawberry Pink Champagne Fresh Vacuum pack Johnson's home treat. Mixed Nuts 16 oz. $2.98. Photo Album for only with the processing of your "Bonus-photo . Kodacolor Film The new gas (with self cleaning oven) Bicycle Playing Cards. Their playing qualities most satisfactory \ outwear other 25c. cards. Sold by dealers. HighestAward,Buffalo, r, Chicano, iHfli; Grand Prix, Paris, 1900. A no-page Hoyle sent for six flap ends ol Bicycle boxes or live ac. stamps. Whist Lessons, Free. Write for particulars. Ttic U. S. Playlag Card Co,,, Cincinnati, 0. (Reprinted from The Ladies' World Magazine, Dec,, 190tt COUPON 10* off any brand Lather Shave Cream Valid at Village Drug Expires Oct. 18,1971 fB^MHM Recording \*jfo Tape 150 ft. 3 Inch reel High quality, made in U.S.A. ONLY 29* •n,,ck«.ln.<o«lk.«i;f Glycerine Suppositories _ ,11 IllC ...- .. I m«li(ln.M mlu Adult or infant 53<? value 12's ?$ft&»*ssa£ B *-»d Dec., 1901) i COUPON 20% off any_ Maybelline Eye Fashion Product Valid at Village Drug Expires Oct. 18, 1971 COUPON FolgerV Instant Cof Beauty Lines Aic in every woman'! face. Those that have least "hould cultivate them, those that have most should •etain them. Millions of women have found that Bailey's Rubber Complexion Brush "' K's quicker." That's one reason nine out of ten professional chefs us£ gas. Isn't it about time you replaced your old gas range with a new gas range? Gas.Tho Premium Fuel, hjorthern Natural Gas Company , The pipeline wrvin« N»lur»l G»s 1° yow local g» company .In, IntUmci. Hy <lt u ment. int B*t IBMO *•«><• nmu>r n« •«•>« <.ui>*.i>, ••,•<.«* ins tkln la ,, healthy iftuv, "..bout liiit»Hon, They u« cipctUIIjr »c!) idipu.t torUWntf thiM., n . Uur nime li« o«y b. ; ,.h. HAiuiY r & RUBBKR BHUSHES M til m»<l« ihli *». 1UU«4 hi frit*. Bttnart vf imittlUnt. All ittlit fttlli littltri, Bnuh . . | .50 Bnwh. . . .26 . . .75 BAILEY RUBBER CO., 2Z Bojliton Stmt, BOSTON, MASS. •»i.,«i.r*^>MS J Vfl*^..B*Wrl''«^l("^. > ^ '"" ' •• «• . 'T.W'1' -, (Reprinted from The Modern March, 1917) Priscilla Magazine, Valid at Expires Oct. ».• Saw 1 ' Foam-in pern* hair color $1,00 cash Refund from Ton! fo , Pur chase of "Look of Nature TheViLLAGE DRUG SIOUX ( COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 14, 1071

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