The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1971
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n! Halloween Ltlnued from page 1) espec»Ily alert for .eeners during the even/both the 30th and 31st, loeeed slowly when chll- ire nearby, when they are id, they may do the un- rn'corners at a greatly Id speed and give the |of way to every pedes- i and Mrs. Henry Koens L Falls, South Dakota I Sunday at the Marion [nghome. r and Mrs. Frank De •of Hudsonvllle, Michigan line weekend here, at- L the Silver Wedding irsary of her parents, Ld Mrs. Dick Verdoorn evening and also , e on the Mrs. Lou De and Stanley De Haan Mrs. John Harmelink, Sr. entertained at supper at the O.K. cafe In Alton Tuesday evening on the occasion of her birthday and also that of her son, John Harmelink Jr, Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harmelink of Alton, Mrs. August Jonker, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Drost of Orange City, Mrs. Peter Zorgdrager of Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harmelink, Mr. and Mrs. John Harmelink, Jr. and sons of NewWrk and Miss Dawn Drost of Sioux City. Mr. and • Mrs. Ray Houlton of Bakersfield, California and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Vande Hoef of Englewood, Colorado called their mother by telephone wishing her a happy birthday. On November 15 the Girls League will again have their sale of hand made and baked articles. The public is Invited to attend. Services held for Gerrit Vande Steeg Word has been received of the death of Gerrit J. Vande Steeg, son of a former pioneer business man here. Mr. Vande Steeg was the son of Ellen and Bert (G. L.) Vande I, E. W. Brass and Mrs. fWenga and son, Jeff ferman Valley, Illinois, |d at the John C. Blom ! Saturday evening and led home again on Mon- 1 and Mrs. Harold Mie- H of Marlon, Noth Dakota Isunday evening visitors home of Mrs. Frank i Craaf. Misses Kathryn and Nettlnga of Dallas, i are guests at the Ed- jj|De Boer home. Jay guests at the Harvey |r Pol home to help Con fan Heuvelen celebrate Irthday were Mr. and IHarvey D. Vander Pol, land Heather of Sioux City Idrs, Robert Mouw and Leo Domlnlck of Le Evas a Sunday evening to ^y guest at the John Har- K, Jr. home. tday morning guests at of Mrs. John Har- Sr. were Mrs. Guy 11 and the Reverend and" tHerman Harmelink of He died Sept. 25th at Long Beach, Calif., and was 84 at the time of his death. He was graduated from "Northwestern Classical Academy" here in 1905 and 1909 from the Dept. of Electrical Engineering at Ames. He received assignments to Cuba, Buenos Aires, S. A. and later with the "South Western Bell" Co. in St. Louis until his retirement in Southern Calif. He Is survived by his wife, Pearl; daughter, Doris; son, Gerrit, Jr.; and a sister, Miss Evelyn Vande Steeg, R.N. Seal Beach, Calif. Supper guests in the George Vogel home on Saturday evening were Jean, Joyce, and Alice Moore. Jean who is from Columbus Junction, Iowa was visiting her sister Joyce a student at Dordt and Alice a student at Westmar College for the weekend. They all had attended the Northwestern Westmar football game Saturday afternoon. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Walburg were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprik and family from Worthington and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walburg and Michelle from Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruins of Lakewood, California are visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Marie Jongma and other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jurgensen and Jennifer of Le Mars were Friday evening callers at the parental Henry Kamles home, Sunday evening after church visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Vander Wilt and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Vander Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Biemers, Lance and Lynae. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Peter Kastein home at Luverne. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Klein and daughter, Jody of Volga, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oordt of Orange City and Mr. Horton Jacobsma went fishing at Round Lake, Minn, last Tuesday afternoon. Sunday evening after church guests at the Mince Oordt home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Van Zee and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamies. Mr. and Mrs. AndyReitsma and children of Slayton, Minn, visited Sunday at the home of Tilla Tinklenberg and attended the evening service of the First Reformed Church with her. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boender of Oakaloosa, Iowa were Monday overnight guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Boender. Mr. and Mrs. -John Redinus and boys of Sheldon were Saturday night visitors at the Arlin Vander Wilt home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Uit- tenbogaard and Marty of Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Talsma of Racine, Wisconsin were last week Sunday evening after church guests at the Steve Poppema home. A farewll party was held last Saturday night at the Stan Kroese home for Marge Vanden Berg. Marge and her Sunday school classmates first went bowling at Orange City and then returned to the Kroese home for games and refreshments. Those attending were Debbie Klynsma, Phyllis Visser, Cheryl Mouw, Verla Beltrrian, Cheryl Mel- dema, Luann Kramer, Ranee Kroese and the teacher Marce Kroese. Marge was presented with a farewell gift from the class. Mrs. Henry Van't Hof was a dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Maten on Monday. Enjoying dinner together at the Holland House on Saturday evening in observance of the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schouten were Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Vander Maten, Mr. and Mrs. Don Foreman and family from Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Vander Maten and family from Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Audley Dolphin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Dyke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schouten and the entire Schouten family. Esther Hulst and Leonard and Leslie Smit of Doon were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamfers. Sunday evening after church guests at the Lamfers home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hulst and family. lowl Hem Mrs. Harvey Van Klompen- burg was the guest of honor at' a neighborhood get-together on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ike Van Klompenburg. Serving as co-hostesses were Mrs. Ed Van Gorp and Mrs. Marie Vander Maaten. Those present at the welcome party besides the honoree were Mrs. Marie Vander Maaten, Wll- mina Ter Horst, Mrs. Dale Boone, Mrs. L. Cleverlnga, Mrs. Ed Van Gelder, Mrs. Harry Kroeze, Mrs. Harriett Fedders, Mrs. Fred Vander Weerd, Mrs. Ed Van Gorp and Mrs. John De Beer. Also invited but unable to attend •were Mrs. Lou Van't Hof, Mrs. Rudy Grlenke, and Mrs. Kenneth King. The evening was spent socially and playing games. Mrs. Chas. Vander Stoep spent a week at her brother's In Bellgrade, Minn, returning home Tuesday. Accompanying her was Bill Den Hartog. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Van Gorp, Sr. called on Mrs. Effie De Boer at the Sheldon Hospital on Monday afternoon and also were callers in the home of Mrs. Betha Zwagerman in Hospers. A farewell gathering was held this Monday evening, Oct. 25th at the home of Mrs. George Van Dyke at Orange City for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey De Bruin and Lonnle. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Punt of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Sloten and Corey of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. John Vande Weerd. Jr. of Alton, Mrs. Rena Van Dyke and family and Kay Van Dyke of Orange City. The De Bruin's will move this weekend to Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Vander Lee of Sheldon were Tuesday, afternoon callers at the Horton Jacobsma home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vande Kamp of Sioux Center attended the Hospers Christian Reformed Church services Sunday evening with the Chuck Vande Kamp family to hear the farewell sermon of Rev. Gerald Vanden Berg. Mrs. Henry Te Stroete and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein were Thursday afternoon callers at the John Vander Berg home at Sheldon. Mrs. Ed Van Gorp entertained on Sunday afternoon In honor of Mr. Van Gorp's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Gorp, Mrs. Artie Van Gorp, Mrs. Tillie Bronkhorst and all the Van Gorp children and grandchildren. Unable to attend were the families from Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stlentjes and Kristie from North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. John Bonnema from Sioux Center were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Henry Van Aartsen home. Luncheon guests on Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Van Berkum were Mr. and Mrs. Wally Van Berkum and Denny from Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van Berkum and Carol from Rock Valley. The couple were here for Parents Day at Northwestern where their children" are students. Also present In , the Van Berkum home were Mrs. Alice Prins, Kim Schle- bout and Ron Van Berkum from East English, Iowa. Farewell party for Mrs. Wm. Beltman The Women's Sunday School Class of the First Reformed Church had a farewell party In the Social room on Saturday afternoon for their teacher, Mrs. Wm. Beltman. The women served a pot luck lunch and spent the time In visiting. Mrs. Henry Relnders gave an Interesting report on her attendance at the Consultation on Missions held at Lake Geneva, This class was organized in 1948 >and Mrs. Beltman has been the teacher for most of those years. She has resigned as teacher and will leave for Texas In the near future. A lovely gift was presented to her. Mr. and Mrs. Beltman expect to move to Alton In the spring. Local Newt Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Korver and Thea from Irving, Texas came to Parents Day at Northwestern College last weekend. They along with Mr. and Mrs. Milton MacMe, Ranna and Kevin from White Bear Lake, Minnesota were weekend guests in the William George Korver home. Also here on Saturday for the football game were Mr. and Mrs. George Korver and family from Marshalltown. Additional guests on Sunday in the William George Korver home were Franklin Long family from Paulllna and the Larry Korver family from Orange City, They celebrated four birthdays which were in the month of October. The Ramblers met for their first fall meeting of the 71-72 season last Tuesday, Oct. 19 at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Hook. Program of the evening consisted of listening to a tape recording of a mus- slcal and speaking program which Cheryl Cornelder presented on the Dutch TV network last August. 30 members were present and Mrs. Merlyn Kraal pre-. sided at the coffee table during the social time. Rev. Marion Pennings, Grand Haven, Mich, spent a few days at the Jake Bonnecroy home. Rev. Berle Pennings, Clara City, Minn,, and his mother, Mrs. Rev. Bert Pennings, Ballston Lake, New York also spent a day. Miss Arloa Muilenburg joined them for dinner that evening. Miss Murlal Hospers of Rockford, Illinois and Mrs, Ed Cort of Pella, Iowa were guests of Mrs. G. J. Slobe, Mrs. J, Gleysteen, Mrs. Gertrude Fisher and Judge and' Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout this past week. ' The K. K.Kluh met Wednesday morning for 9:15 breakfast at the Dutch Mill Cafe with Mrs. E. Van Engelen- hoven as the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Roos, Brad and Lynne spent last weekend in Iowa City visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roos. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. De Vries returned home last Friday after spending several days visiting De Vries relatives In North Dakota, the Rev. Steiner's in Breckln- ridge, Minnesota and with their son, Rev. Harvey De Vries In St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rens and family from Sioux Falls were guests on Monday in the home of Mrs. Johanna Rens, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Nyhuls from Sheldon were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Edward Renslnk. Mrs. Leona Postma received a lovely decorated cake last Wednesday for her birthday. Several friends were guests In her home after the Prayer Service on Wednesday evening to enjoy it with her. Mrs. Albert Shaw from India Is a houseguest this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. De Vries. Mrs. Shaw is taking part in the Missionary Services at the Dover Avenue Alliance Church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Klompenburg will be spending the weekend in Pierre, S. D. at the Norman Van Klompen- burg home helping Jeff celebrate his 14th birthday. Mrs. Don Hakeman and three girls from Sanborn and Mrs. Al Van Oort spent the weekend In Rochester, Minn, visiting with the Jay Van Oort family. ,/r* They named the BABY An 8 pound baby boy, Christopher Jon, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rod Muilenburg of Minneapolis, Minn, on October 21, 1971. He has one brother Marc. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. De Jong, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Muilenburg all of Orange City. JayDeJong Candidate for COUNCILMAN Why to I care? Because It's our town and our future. Good government must be balanced government, representing all segmentents of the population. YOUTH Is the FUTURE of America's small towns. Let's demonstrate that Orange City is a Progressive Community! Vote on Tues. )0 We want to do more for you right now. iit.e dn .nipoo I 15 value | * me The Music Manor 107 3rd St. NE Orange City, Iowa Fri.,Sat., Mon. Oct. 29&30, Nov. 1 SPECIALS Buy a Valiant or Scamp and we'll throw in the automatic transmission free. Buy either of these specially- equipped great small cars—with power steering, radio, white • ••VABflMTIfl sidewalls, deluxe wheel covers Oil I UlwlAI IU 1 and other specified options , " w ' *»"•" • • w -and you get the famous TorqueFlite automatic transmission free. The reason we can make this great offer is that the factory isn't charging us for the automatic transmission, so we don't have to charge you. .$309 Sale price rap Drum Set %$£»*. $ 249 Ventura Sale price [lassie Guitars Si $4950 nse II! cm elld its All Top 40-^ 45 rpm Single Records -• r e cof^>^ to hAon •i 1C 07 M 15/0 Oil ,«o all LP Stereo Albums _ lU/0 CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION CHRYSLER Plymoutfi FREE Buy a beautiful Satellite and we'll throw in the power steering and radio free. If you buy one of our specially- equipped Satellites with such popular items as an automatic transmission, power front disc brakes, air conditioning, tinted glass and other specified options, you'll get a radio and power steeringfreefromus.The factory isn't chargin us for the radio and RAnill AUn Power steering, so I1HMIU HliU W e're happy to POWER passthesav Buy a new Fury now and we'll also throw in a free left remote mirror and free deluxe wheel covers. To •»«**»•• get all these free, buy allIN V|_ ROOF new specially-equipped •••••• llw*fl» Fury now, with power disc UUUITFVU Al I Q brakes, air conditioning, ••111 I l««WMfcfcW tinted glass, radio and AIIO MflRF other specified options.The Mill* If I Vllki factory isn't charging us for the vinyl roof, the whitewall tires, the remote rearview mirror and deluxe wheel covers, so we aren't charging you either. Buy now and make yourself a real deaL & Accessories THE WUSJCMANOR Orange City ings on to STEERING. Coming through with the kind of dealer America wants. SINKEY GARAGE Ireton, Iowa CHRYSLER Plymouth THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 28, 1971—3

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