SPKU1GPORT MICHIGAN V costumes wild firemen and their wives really hammed It up I 1 ? /lame to costumes Tuesday night. Some of the arinatlve ones are shown below. Identifications '2, toft to right.. COM P. 36th Year - No. 47 ORANGE CITY, IOWA October 21, 1971 r% a Jack Van Rooyan (winner of the costume I and Stan Van Otterloo. Jack's stilts brought his ise to the ceiling. SPECIAL NOTICE Orange City places of business will, with few exceptions, be closed until 1:00 p.m. on Monday, October 25 now desglnated Veteran's Day by act of Congress. They will be open from 1 until 9 p.m. There will be a UNICEF Halloween Party on Saturday, October 30 beginning at 6:00 p.m. and lasting until '9:00. Children grades 1st to 6th are Invited to Trick or Treat for Unicef. Unicef is working tn over 100 countries around the world to give children better health and a better future. A movie will be shown and lunch served afterwards. Prizes will be given for the best costumes. Parents may pick up their children at 9:00. It is being sponsored by the Y-Teens andYWCA. Henry Hospers being honored by display at Ramaker Library •me grandchildren of the Honorable Henry Hospers review a display in his honor in Ramaker Library on the Northwestern College Campus. Deft-right) Muriel Hospers of Rockford, Illinois; Mrs. Raymond E. ^aggett of Conrad Iowa; Mrs. Clarence Laman, of Jacksonville, Florida; Mrs. Gertrude Fisher, of Orange City, Iowa- Rev Roelof Duiker of Fair Havens, Pella, Iowa. The ab£ around which Henry Hospers grandchildren are ^ing was used by Mr. Hospers in the bank which he operated until 1900 The tableiwas Presented to the college by Mr. Cornelius Vande Steeg of Orange City Some of the table service used by Henry Hospers in his home in Orange City and other articles are on display and were presented to the Dutch Heritage Collection by Mr. Werner Hospers of Williamson, New York. Four dead after Hospers crash it! Bert Gesink (yes, that's a chicken), Mert Vander Broek, John Ver Miat (seated) prge Hulzenga and Rudy Grienke. _, ^ r ^^ f „,,, #Z »4A •y ««*•» si inw™' .• liuitay <(*w"^ om Ittl Mrs. Rudy Grienke, Mrs. George ™™&^™ toe Van Peursem (the puller) and Mrs. Mart Vander Broek. '• ' 7 " ^ ls ^ pulled) « Four persons are now dead as the result of the two-car accident near Hospers Saturday. Killed in the accident were Mrs. Donald Miller, 38, of Paulllna and two men riding in the other vehicle, Joseph Reuter, 45, the driver, and his passenger, Harold Herding, 38, both of Hospers. Mrs. Miller's daughter Marilyn.J,6, , died Monday afternoon. Sandra Miller, 19, another daughter of Mrs. Miller's, re mains in "critical" condition. She has been transferred to a Sioux City hospital. Funeral services for Mrs. Miller originally scheduled Tuesday were postponed and instead joint funeral services for Mrs. Miller and her daughter, Marilyn, were held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Paullina High School auditorium. Rev. Richard Kuckhahn officiated. Mrs. Miller Mrs. Miller is survived by the widower; two daughters, Sandra and Sharol, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter De Boom of Archer, three brothers, Darrel of Bode, Iowa, Gary of Algona, and Ronald who is stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky.; two sisters, Mrs. Gerald (Roseann) Week- SPECIAL NOTICE i*/ * vVj , HTM ,^ The Sioux County Courthouse will be closed all day Monday, Oct. 25 in observance of Veteran's Day. Previously November 11 was the day on which veterans were honored. ter of Archer, and Mrs. John (Marlene) Zagenbergen of Sanborn. Harold Berding Funeral services were held .Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1971 at 10 a.m. at St. Anthony's Catholic Church of Hospers for Mr. Harold Berding, with Rev Ceperly officiating. Burial was ' iii" St. Mary's Cemetery at Dover Alliance is hosting conference October 24 thru 31 An eight day Bible and Missionary conference will be held in Orange City from Sunday, Oct. 24 through Sunday, Oct. 31 at the Dover Alliance Church. Appearing on the program will be Bible teacher Rev. James Carmon (and his ventriloquist's dummy Jim-Jim) and missionaries Mrs. Albert Shaw of India and John C. Johnson of the Philippine Islands. The varied program will include pictures, reports.dis- plays, music, youth programs, Bible exposition and missionary messages. Special events will include a youth cook in at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 24, a ladies' mission coffee at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27; and a men's mission breakfast at 6:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 29. No activites are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 30. A Sunday school missionary rally at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31 is one of the events schelduled for the concluding day of the conference. L^/ Jack Van Rooyan, Mrs. A! Roos <* ' contest), Al (would you believe "Peaches «!?£•?' >erfflO :olor I Punt, of cards Mr, and Mrs. Fred Dykstra, Denny •«Flve Aces" Punt and Veteran's Day Program October 25, 1971, at 9:00 a.m. At the Maurice-Orange City Gym Pride Of The Dutchmen Band 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. Audience rises while the Color Guard advances with roll of drums. Veterans march in behind Color Guard. Audience remains standing while the band plays "The Pledge of Allegiance" with naration. Colors are placed in position after which the band plays the National Anthem; Color Guard reassembles and marches out. Audience remains standing. Pledge of Allegiance by the Cub Scouts, who are sponsored by Pressman-Rosters Post #329, Opening Prayer - Rev. Van Kovering of the Maurice Reformed Church, after which the. audience is seated. Remarks — Commander Fred Vander Weerd. 'presentation — Unity Christian High School, Address - Mr. Joe De Vrles, Sheldon, Iowa. Roll Call of Deceased Veterans -- Gt, Wm, Rosters. Taps -- Pat Balkema. Closing Prayer - Rev. Blankenspoor of Calvary Chris- San Reformed Church, Audience rises and remains standing until dismissed. Color Guard advances with the roll of the drums; Colors are retired while the band plays "This Is My Country," as audience sings. Audience is dismissed, The Legion urges all veterans (not Legionaires alone) of all wars to meet in the M-OC corridors at 8:45 •'.m. Remsen. The Rosary was recited at 8 p.m. and a vigil service was conducted at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the church parish hall. The Rosary was recited by the Rnights of Columbus at the funeral home. Mr. Berding was born July 12, 1933 at Remsen. He married the former Vera Pick. He was a. well known real estate and insurance broker in Hospers. Mr. Berding was a member of the Rnights of Columbus of Granville, Iowa. He is survived by his widow; three sons, Richard, David, and Mark all at home and one daughter, Debbie also at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berding of LeMars; one brother, Arvin of Sioux City; two sisters, Mrs. Alvin (Delores) Full of Alton, and Mrs. Fred (Mary Ann) Hirsh- mann of Waterloo; and both grandmothers, Mrs. Rose Berding and Mrs. Rate Groep(Continued on'page 2) Power off for half an hour on Tues. Orange City was without lights or power between 7:45 and 8:15 Tuesday night as a result of a blow-up of the feeder line from the sub-station to the plant. Part of the necessary repairs had to be completed' before current from the standby plant could be fed into the i city's distribution system. A large fuse had to be repaired before power from the bureau was resumed. Utilities employees worked until 6:30 Wednesday morning to restore normal service. On the lighter side; Alton Vink was very startled when ' he arrived at the plant to find men in costumes throughout the plant. "I didn't know what was going 'on!" said Vink. The men, Al Roos, Fred Dykstra, Rudy Grienke and Stan Van Otterloo, had come , directly to the plant from the annual firemen's costume dinner without stopping to change. New generator keeps muni hospital bright The Municipal Hospital was the one bright spot in Orange City last evening during a 35 minute power blackout. The new emergency generator kicked in within five seconds and while residents were groping for candles or antique kerosene lamps operations at the hospital ran along as usual. Emergencies of this type do occur infrequently but the community should appreciate this addition to the hospital's equipment which Is adequate to meet all power needs, Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator at Orange City, la.) Corn (new) 1.00 Oats 66 Soybeans 3.00 Top Hogs 19.75 Top Sows 17.25 "Would it not be uncharitable to conceal the advantages which we enjoy here, and not to reveal that this is a place where we as Christian Netherlanders may provide our children an independent living?" said Henry Hospers, a man of distinction in the history of Orange City, Sioux County and Northwestern College. Henry Hospers' leadership is currently being recognized by a display In his honor in Ramaker Library on the Northwestern College campus. Hospers, who accompanied the founders of Pella, initiated Pella's WEERBALD, and served as notary, justice-of-the peace and mayor of the Pella • settlement. As a leader of the Dutch who founded Sioux County Iowa Settlement, he became and advocator of Christian education. Higher education was thought to be necessary by the founders of Sioux County. It is recorded that "one fifth of the prceeds from the sale of lots to be set aside as a college fund." Hospers donated the 13 acres of land on the souhern outskirts of Orange City for the establishment . of the Northwestern Classical Academy. He served on the Board of Trustees of the Academy and as Treasurer. He founded a bank in Orange City which he operr'ed until 1900. He published DE VOLRSVRIEND. (The People's Friend) a newspaper which was widely read. In 1811 his people chose him as a member of the Iowa State Legislature and he later became a state senator. He died Oct. 21, 1901. Hospital fund drive dates: Nov. 14-12 The Hospital Special Needs Committee, at their Tuesday morning meeting, set the week of November 14th for a fund drive to attempt to raise $17,000.00. This Is the amount still needed to pay for the new X-ray, emergency generator, addition to the Hospital and remodeling which cost a total of $91,000.00. Gillls Haverdlnk, Corn- mittee Chairman, remarked, "There is never a good time to ask for donations, but we have a deadline to meet on December 1st. This is the date on which the final payment for the X-ray is due and we hope the funds will be available." He also stated that, "The original estimate last year of $85,000.00 to complete this project was optomlstlc. We found some additional new equipment was needed and the costs of the new addition and remodeling overran somewhat so $91,000.00 was the total project cost." A combination of a mail and personal solicitation campaign was decided upon In the attempt to raise the $17,000.00 still needed. NW Parent's Day is set for Oct. 23 Parent's Day at Northwestern College has been set for Oct. 23. "There are going to be a lot of parents coming," says Vicky Birchard, Northwestern sophomore who is the 1971 Chairman. "I have skads of cards back!" Vicky wrote and informal letter to over 675 parents of Northwestern students. "We tried to keep the schedule so that it wasn't so compact. The parents will have time this year to visit with their son or daughter." says Vicky. Activities will begin with an informal noon meal in the ca- faterla In Fern Smith Hall. Parents will attend the Westmar- Northwestern game at 1:30 P.M., visit instructors from 4:00 P.M.-4:30 P.M. and enjoy and Open House in the dorms from 4:00 P.M.-5-.00 P.M. The evening meal will also be informal. The evening program will feature the band, choir and choral reader at 7:00 P.M. "I was able to choose my own committee and I got kids who would really work;" said Vicky. Her committee included Jim Woudstra, Tom Vander Brock, Ron Swedor, Jo Arentsen, Linda Mastbergen, and Deb Smith. Bernard Smith is sworn in; replaces Mallette on Co. Bd. Bernard L. Smith, 43, of Hawarden was sworn in Tuesday morning to fill the un- explred term of Verne J. Mallette as County Supervisor, representing the First District: Buncombe, Logan, Washington and Eagle Townships and the towns of Hawarden, Ireton and Chatsworth. Smith withdrew as a candidate for Hawarden councilman from the First Ward upon being named to the Board of Supervisors. The appointment was made, as required by state law, by Auditor M. J. Van Wyk, Clerk of the District Court Mert Vander Broek and Recorder Alice Van Roekel. Smith will serve during Mallette's unexplred term that expires in early November, 1972. Mallette had served the past (Continued on page 2) Interested inspectors Jane Stewart, left, and Sara De Haan, poke around on the Halloween display in front of the Le Mars Federal Savings & Loan building in Orange City. Jane wonders If the top comes of the lighted pumpkin. (It doesn't,) Sara checks to be sure the arm is firmly attached. (It is.) Both the pumpkin and the eyes of the witch light up. The display was constructed by Bud Bolser, president of the loan company.
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