The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1971
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State Conservation Officer, Gene held Tuesday night at the Scout House examination on Tuesday night. The News of yesterday Pictured above is Reverend and Mrs. Clarence Van Heukelom and two children, Tammy and Mark. Newkirk Reformed minister installed The Reverend Clarence Van Heukelom of the Newkirk Reformed church was installed Friday evening at the local church. After the organ prelude by Mrs. Earl De Jong and Mrs. Audley Dolphin the congregation sang 1 , "The Church's One Foundation." The invocation and salutation was given by the Reverend Harris Ver Kaik of Sheldon. Mrs. Clifford Top, Mrs. James Cleveringa and Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel sang "Praises, Sing Praises."The Reverend Ray Weiss of Northwestern college read scrip- hire and offered prayer and delivered the sermon. The Reverend George Kots gave the charge to the minister and The Reverend Richard Groenhout of Hospers The Charge to the Congregation. Stanley De Haan sang, "The Lord is my Shepherd." The service was closed by singing "Now Thank we all our God" and the Benediction by the Reverend Clarence Van Heukelom. The Van Heukeloms arrived in Newkirk Tuesday, October 19. They have two children, Tammy and Mark. Low! Hem Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nibbelink and two sons from Edgerton, Minn, were guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs, William G. Nibbelink. Additional guests in the Nibbelink home on Sunday were Ada Schuller, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Schuller and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry Nibbelink, Kim, Billy, and Heidi, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Huisman, Flaine, Shirley, and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Timmermans, Audrey, Rachel, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo De Groot, Donna, Joel, Quentin and Vincent. A coffee party was held on Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bernie Reinders in honor of Mrs. Ken Wiersma who was visiting in the Delbert Popma home for the weekend. Guests beside the honoree were Mrs. Delbert Popma, Mrs. Clarence Visser, Mrs. Jerris Brantsen from Sioux Center, Mrs. Marvin Swets from Sioux Center, Mrs. John B. Reinders, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Reinders and Miss Geraldine Reinders. Mr. and Mrs; Frank B. Vander Zwaag spent Sunday and Monday in Ames visiting with their son, Alan, who is a student at the University. Joining them at Humboldt were Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Vermeer and children who had left on Saturday to spend the day with Mr, Vermeer's sister, Mrs. Dallas Rohlf and daughters. Also coming home with them on Monday was Miss Lii^la Schoon. 2—THE SIOUX COUNtY~CAPITAL, I < Rachel Vander Laan and Mary Reinders visited in Ames last Thursday evening with Susan Van Gorp and Carol Toenjes, students at Iowa State University. On Friday Rachel and Mary attended the ISEA Conference in Des Moines. Mrs. Arie Noteboon spent last Thursday visiting with Mrs. Fred Vander Weide in Sioux Cneter. An additional guest in the Vander Weide home was Mrs. Ray Hogan from Sioux Center. ADMISSIONS REMSEN James Sudtelgte, Oct. 20; Mrs. Donald Delperdang, Oct. 20 ORANGE CITY Pieter Knibbe, Oct. 21; Don Vander Stoep, Oct. 21; Henry Stuit, Oct. 22; Mrs. John De Boom, Oct. 22; Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw, Oct. 24 MAURICE Mrs. Norman Vander Broek, Oct. 23 HULL Minnie Scholten, Oct. 24 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Dwayne Plender and son, Octl 19; Mrs. Peter Blom, Oct. 21; Gerrit Te Grotenhuis, Oct. 21. Nancy Martin (NW College),0ct. 21; Beth Sill, Oct. 22; Don Vander Stoep, Oct. 23; Pieter Knibbe, Oct. 24; Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw, Oct. 24; Henry Stuit, Oct. 25 ALTON Mrs. John Vrieze, Oct. 19; Mrs. Lawrence Bloemendaal, Oct. 19 GRANVILLE Mrs. Joe Schwarz, Oct. 20 HULL Minnie Scholten, Oct. 20 REMSEN Mrs. Darrell Bentz, Oct. 20; Mrs. Donald Delperdang and son, Oct. 23 LE MARS James Sudtelgte, Oct. 22 IRETON Mrs. Ralph Hill, Oct. 23 MAURICE Alphonse Steichen, Oct. 23 10 YEARS AGO While working on the First Reformed church yard In Maurice recently, work men came across a wedding ring. The ring turned,out to be that of Mr. Hattle Van Maasdam who lost It some 20 years ago. She was able to Itdentlfy It by her Initials Inside the band. Fire destroyed the Interior and ruined the fixtures of the V.F.W. In Granvllle early last Wednesday. The Board of Directors of the Alton Savings Bank, will be hosts at a dinner and reception, Oct. 14, at the Sioux Golf and Country Club In Alton, honoring bank president, E.S. Klernan, for his 50 years In the banking business. Howard Van Gorp, assistant manager of Farmers Mutual Co-op elevator has been appointed manager to replace Richard Koldenhoven wno left recently to manage the elevator at Slbley. Completion of the Orange City Municipal Hospital Is now only 30 to 45 days away, builders confirmed this week—with occupancy of the completely renovated and enlarged east wing expected by Dec. 1. The Sioux County board of Supervisors moved to raise the hospital rates on county patients at their Tuesday meeting after being petitioned by representatives from Orange City and Sioux Center hospitals. Hospital spokesmen dalf the old rate, $8 per day for the first 30 days and $7 a day thereafter, was to low said the old rate, $8 per day patients for that amount. The board decided to fix the rate at a flat $9 per day. the election to be held In early November. ArleVanderStoep, mayor; H.C.Moret, city treasure; councilman, EdSchreur, Arie Van Marel, Mert Kraal, Robert Dunlop and Andrew Oordt. Park Commissioner, Tjerk De Vries and Dick An- Cllff Bogaard and Marvin Vander Wei have sold the Sales Barn to Bill Van Oort and Neal Schoep, the latter of Hospers, BlllVogelaar saysthathun- ters don't have to go far to draw a bead on geese and nice big ones at that. Saturday he and Fred Kraal went to the Floyd bottoms south of town and shot 7 blue geese which weighed about 6 or 7 Ibs. a piece. There was a flock of about 30. At the public sale of Draayer estate properties Saturday, the home place near Grossman hospital was sold to Ben Draayer for $4900 and the other place In the east part of town to Jim Woudstra for $6800. Lee Woudstra will move there sometime in the new year. 25 YEARS AGO ]5 YEARS AGO The" contract to modernize and electrify the eight-faced clock in the towers of St. Mary's church has been signed and let to I.J. Verdin of Cincinnati, Ohio, for $2250. This does not include the electric wiring for the operation of the tower clock, motors, nor the lumber for reinstalling the clock and mounting the striking hammers will be an additional cost to the church. Coronation of the homecoming queen will be held on Friday in the school assembly, when Delores Borgman will be crowned as the queen for '56 by Mayor Arie Vander Stoep. Attending the queen will be Pat Van Sickle, senior; Linda Van Klompenburg, junior; Deanne Grossman, sophomore; Karen Bogaard, freshman, Gerry Kraal has been selected as crown bearer. 20 YEARS AGO Nominating petitions have been filed for the following candidates for city office for The city has sold the tennis courts on West Second Street to John Groen for $1650. Jimmie Doornlnk, who suffered a concussion In the football game with Sheldon Monday evening, went to'school again Tuesday afternoon. However, he doesn't remember anything that happened after he was hit. Classmates of Darlene Wiersma presented her with a radio Tuesday so it will be possible for her to enjoy all the good things which come over the air. Two Academy boys who shall be nameless decided to go pheasant hunting at 5 a.m. Monday. The season didn't start until 10 a.m., but the boys had to be In school then so they sallied forth while It was yet dark. They followed the Floyd River, and before long brought down a nice bird. They continued on their way; suddenly a man came Into view.' The boys had to get rid of the pheasant and fast, not knowing whether It was friend or gamewarden who approached. Where to hide the Bird? They looked around and there was the placid Floyd. No sooner seen than done; the pheasant was burled in the water with a stone on his neck. And presently the gentleman came near and said "Good morning" and "What are you boys after?" The students replied "ducks," seeking to throw the other off the scent. They were just congratulating themsleves on their success when suddenly and horribly the wretched pheasant rose to the surface, mutely accusing them. And the gamewarden sorrowfully took command of the situation. 30 YEARS AGO Engelbert Gesink had a narrow escape from serious injury Monday afternoon as he was riding a horse three- quarters of a mile south of town. Without warning the animal bolted from the road and fell Into a ditch. Gesink's leg caught under the horse but he managed to pull It out. The leg was badly crushed but not broken. An examination of the dead horse showed the head full of blood and it is thought that a blood vessel broke in the animal's head. Nic Bogaard, prominent farmer, suffered a badly broken leg above the ankle in a fall Thursday afternoon. He and his son, Clifford, were setting the corn elevator Into place on the Bogaard farm northwest of towm. Mr. Bogaard was in the corn crib holding onto a board when the board broke loose. He fell to the cement floor. Tom De Jong has sold his ice busines to Arie Noteboom. The change takes effect Nov. 1. Mr. De Jong has accepted a Sunday simnor position in the Woudstra Meat Market. Mr. S. Bouma, who formerly worked in Woudstra's has retired from business. Harvey, 17 year old son of Harry Vander Pol of Newkirk, suffered an eye Injury Friday while picking corn. A corn stalk struck the pupil. He was taken to the De Bay hospital. local News Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr. entertained at a supper lunch on Sunday for the birthday of Mrs. Bud Vander Laan. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van nre gu« Gorp and family. and Mrs. John ss-aSSfr = a»'»ji"! Aalberts W n rp ° f Mr " "guest, Gerrlt John Aalberts Calif., Mr. nil] and family, Mrs berts and f; Ken Aalbni... „ and Mrs. Alvin „ family, Mr. ami Grlenke and famii'v'* and Mrs. Alfred fij Hall' ^»"?-Sfii^ Vell e iraai 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE C1TY.I AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, 1 OW1 and the official paper for the City of Orange City SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually in advance $5 per year in Sioux and adjoining counties ' ifi_Kn nor Vpar elsewhpre. ' $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. 48 - October 28, 1971 TRICKS. ''^""Be/nc DON'T e spooked unexpected expenses COSTUMES Sizes 4 to 14 CANW CANDLES Scope Mouth wash $1.00 refund with coupon and purchase of 2 bottles 197! 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