The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 21, 1971 · Page 2
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October 21, 1971

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

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Naf I Education Wk. "Help Schools Bridge the Gap" between young people and adults, between Americans of different color and point of view, between rich and poor, and between promise and performance. The dilemma of today's schools--with their still too high dropout rates, the minimal learning on the part of many who remain in school, and the growing alienation among the young of all colors and classes—will be the focus of American Education Week to observed here and across the nation October 24-30. American Education Week has been held annually since 1921. It is under the auspices of the "National Education Association, The American Legion, the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, and the U.S. Office of Education. It is 'the time of year when the public is urged to come in and see firsthand what goes on Inside the classroom. We want interested parents and citizens to find out for themselves what areas need improvements and, more important, what the opportunities are for their Implementing needed changes. Citizens should do more than observe; they should ask questions—of the school board and other officials—and they should give the officials the benefit of their recommendations. What else but the schools is "owned" by every taxpayer and plays such a vital role In the life of every citizen? Hospers crash (Continued irom page 1) per, both of Kemsen. Joseph Reuter Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20th at St. Anthony's Catholic Church at Hospers for Mr. Joseph Reuter. The Rev. Eugene Ceperly officiated with burial in St. Anthony's Church Cemetery. The Rosary was recited at 8 p.m. A Vigil service was conducted at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the church parish hall and Rosary was recited again at 9 n.m. Mr. Reuter was a member of the Hospers Chamber of Commerce and lay director of St. Anthony's. Mr. Reuter was born Aug. 9, 1926 at Granville, Iowa. He married the former Marie Hulst, Dec. 17, 1949 at Alton. He was a building contractor and co-owner of the Reuter and Schmit Construction Co. of Hospers. He is survived by his widow; five daughters, Jane, Debra . Ann, Ruth Ellen, Rose Ann and Lue Lynn, his mother, Mrs. Josephone Hoffman of Hospers, two sisters, Mrs. Al (Adeline) Brys of St. Claire Shores, Mich., Mrs. Joe (Marian) Verschoor of Hospers; one brother, Marvin of Hospers. American Education Week Is being observed by the Maurice-Orange City Education Association through various media. A major undertaking has been the preparation of a 32-minute video tape on the educational system in the Maurice-Orange City school district. This film Is being shown to several civic organizations and will be on display in L & K Clothing during American Education Week. Anyone wishing to use this film for an organization may contact the school. Grades 1-4 are having an informal coffee for parents to give them the opportunity to dicuss the overall program with teachers. Invitations will be issued by each teacher. Committee members of M-OCEA for American Education Week are KathyKrue- ger, Pat Muyskens and Bernice McCrory. M-OC Pop's concert on October 27 The M-OC Vocal Department and the POD Stage Band will start off" their concert activities by presenting a "Pop's Concert" on Wednesday, October 27, at 7:30 p.m. In the M-OC High School Auditorium. The stage band will be doing their part in the concert. They will perform some familiar numbers as well as many new selections of music. The numbers Include selections from the folk-rock era, and many pieces made famous by Count Basse. The M-OC Mixed Chorus, Boy's Glee, and Girl's Glee will all be participating In the presentation for the vocal department. Each organization will have a small combo accompanying them on a few numbers. The numbers being performed by the vocal department include pop, folk, and broadway show tunes. There are 20-25 members in the stage band this year, depending on number of parts demanded. All the kids seem to enjoy the group and work hard for Us success, County Board (Continued from page 1) ' nine years. He reportedly resigned the position because of the need to move to a different climate because of his wife's arthritis. Smith, who was born in Hawarden and had lived there all his life, served one two- year term on the Hawarden City Council. He is in the electrical, plumbing and heating business, having joined his father in the business in 1948. He is continuing this business in Hawarden. Newt When certain people find steady work you know business is booming. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson De Jong returned home Friday evening from their 3 weeks vacation visiting relatives and friends at Denver, Colo, Lynden, Wash., and Oak Harbor, Wash, for a few days. Then visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rlchter and family at Corvallis, Oregon, making aquaintance with the new baby boy, Timothy Arnold, born Sept. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Sipma from Hull, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hapsen from Moscow, Idaho were visitors at the William Top home on Friday afternoon. A farewell coffee party was held Thursday morning at the Joe Kreykes home for Mrs. Herman Oldehkamp who recent- ly moved out of the neighborhood. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Kreykes and Mrs. Louis De Vries, Guests were, Mrs. Oldenkamp, Mrs. Art Kalsbeek, Mrs. Bob Boonstra, Mrs. Jim Jeltema, Mrs. Lawrence Ver Steeg, Mrs. Ron Noteboom and Mrs. Wayne Stewart. Mrs. Mike Trafton from Sacramento, Calif, came to attend the funeral of her brother, Robert Kleinhessel- Ink, who passed away from a heart attack at the County Home the 12th of Oct., where he lived for the last few years. Mrs. Trafton stayed at the home of Mrs. W. Van Gorp, Sr. for the rest of the week. Robert had 2 brothers. One at Sacramento, Calif, and Earl at Tacoma, Wash. They were unable to attend the funeral. The funeral was held Oct. 14th at the Van Etten Funeral Home with burial at Maurice, la. Monday guests ofMrs.Ger- rlt Koeze were her brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs. Steve Sie- bersma of South Holland, 111, Other callers were Mr. Martin DeJager, Mrs, Henry Kramer, Sr., and Mrs. John Kamstra. Sunday callers of Mrs. Hubert Mullenburg were Mr, and Mrs, Dick Mullenburg, daughters, Tarn and Megan, of Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Rob Else and Chad of Pipestone. Mrs, Stella Houstoma went to Sheldon Tuesday evening to attend a bridal shower given In honor of her granddaughter, Mary Jo Den Beste. The shower was held in the home of Mrs. Milo Bogaard, Co-hostesses were Mrs. Alberta Greving and Mrs. Stubee, A steelmaker's open hearth furnace contains enough brick to build 125 six-room homes. SPECIAL NOT Servicemen, illary will also w of the program^,' afternoon at (j, 6 Home, with Mrs. is bout presiding. accent." speak i ORANGE CITY APPLIANCE CENTER BRINGS YOU A Price Blitz - - Mon., Oct. 25, 1 - 9 p. m, ! WE'LL BE CLOSED UNTIL 1 P. M., THEN HOLD A DUTCH AUCTION OF MANY ITEMS WITH PRICES DROPPING HOURLY * Interns at Boys and Girls home in Sioux City Raechel TeBrlnk Meekma, a Northwestern College senior, served as a summer intern In the Boy's and Girl's Home, a family service, located in Sioux City. The Boy' and Girl's Home has recently come under Grand Jury investigation after a report that control was lacking. Northwestern College sent 12 interns into summer social service work. Raechel's experience in Sioux City was valuable, she said. "Some of the kids would run away and stay out all night as was reported," said Raechel, "but that's not the whole picture. What they were trying to do was handle the kids in a relaxed atmosphere. They were trying to get them to be self sufficient, to study and to work on their own. They were all given responsibilities that they were supposed to do themselves." "It was stated in the paper that there were open food containers that were left out. The reason for this was that the kids that were 17 and 18 were being taught to cook for themselves so that they would know how to care for themselves when they get out of the: >home." "During my summer there, I found kids who were serious about working, doing a good job, and taking care of themselves. One thing I noticed was that there was a deep concern for one another." I was a cottage parent," Raechel said. "There was a regular summer school program going and I was a supervisor. I got the kids out of bed and urged the to do their chores. I worked eight hours a day. We ran a regular summer school program with such courses as science, math and reading. Some of the older children taught the younger ones, and I aided the older children in preparing their lessons. 1 used 23" Admiral Early American console TV starting at $ 215°° at 1 p. m. the price drops '10 every hour until if s sold I new West Bend Humidifier starting at $ 79 95 price drops $ 3 every hour until if* sold I new Admiral 2 3" Contemporary Console starting at $ 595°° price drops 75 every how until if s sold Other items being sold at Dutch Auction with prices drwwg hourt^ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii 1 Sylvania Brings You _ • _ • Mm ••m Today's modern stereo - with either today's model style or yesterday's style of charming cabinetry Sylvania Matched Compact Syste Dwayne Plender made it quite clear to his customers, and anyone else passing by, that his wife Cheryl and he welcomed their 3rd child, Corey Grant, Into the family. He was born Saturday and tipped the scales at 9 Ibs. 12l oz. Corey's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plender and Dr. and Mrs. A. Bushmer of Orange City. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW,, ORANGE CITY, IOWA AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City, SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advance,' $5 per year in Sioux and adjoining counties, $6.50 per year elsewhere. SECOND 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. 47 - October 21, 1971 ADMISSIONS ALTON Mrs. Lawrence Bloemendaal, Oct. 12; Mrs. Charles Hastert, Oct. 13; Mrs. John Vrieze, Oct. 18 REMSEN Emmet Phelan, Oct. 12; Mrs. Darrell Bentz, Oct. 18 HOSPERS Joseph Pohlen, Oct. 13 ORANGE CITY Henk Aarsen, Oct. 13; Mrs. Peter E. Blom, Oct. 14; Mrs. Dwayne Plender. Oct. 16; Jeane Luymes, Oct. 16; Beth Sill, Oct. 17; Mrs. John Te Brink, Oct. 17; Nancy Martin (NW College), Oct. 18; Gerrit Te Grotenhuls, Oct. 18 MAURICE Alphonse Steichen, Oct. 15; Mrs. James Larson, Oct. 15 DISMISSALS IRETON Mrs. Charles Houlton, Oct. 12; Mrs. Peter Eisma, Oct. 16 ORANGE CITY Jeane Luymes, Oct. 13; Howard Jelgerhuis, Oct. 13; Jeff Wagner, Oct. 15; Mrs. Leroy Lee, Oct. 15; Henk Aarsen, Oct. 18 REMSEN William Pratt, Oct. 13; Donald Nitzschke, Oct. 15; Emmet Phelan, Oct. 16 ALTON Dennis Goer gen, Oct. 16 MAURICE Mrs. James Larson and son, Oct. 18 ONLY *179°° MODEL MM100W * Cabinet of Walnut grained vinyl on woodcomp * 50 watts peak music power, 12 watts continuous] (RMS) power * Solid-state AM/FM/FM stereo receiver forde ble operation" * Deluxe BSR automatic turntable, diamonds * Sealed air suspension speaker system includes* extended range speakers for big stereo sounu * Includes push button function selectors and;' jacks, and switch for stereophones, remotes tape-in and tape-out Sylvania Console Stereo MODEL SC423P * Mediterranean style cabinet of Pecan veneers, wood solids and decorative non-wood materw * Deluxe Sylvania 3000 automatic turntable fea» jam-proof operation, diamond stylus * Sealed air suspension speaker system inciu° e ' bass woofers, and two 2VT high frequency i* * Solid-state AM/FM/FM stereo receiver fordepe ble operation .. * 50 watts peak music power; 12 watts contim*| (RMS) power * Includes accessory jack panel for tape-in, and remote speakers * Storage space to keep your favorite recordsJj * Add-on capability for optional 8-track or < Golden eagles dive on their prey with such speed and force that the sound of the wind whistling through their wingtip feathers can be heard at a distance. Orange ONLY '319 00 City Appliance Center Phone 4891 George Coslinga & Al Van Roekel Orange City 2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL. Thursday. October 21, 1971 4 \

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