The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 6
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

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M-OC children say: ^Halloween is fun" Karen English engaged to AH In Schalekamp Mr. and Mrs. Adolph R. English of 410 W. 26th St. South Sioux City, Nebraska, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Kay, to Arlin Schalekamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Schalekamp of Orange City, Iowa. Until recently, Miss English was s. stewardess for United Airlines. Mr. Schalekamp is attending Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. A Dec. 18 wedding is planned. Linda Woudstra engaged to Roger Tiedeman Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woudstra of Hospers, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Faye, to Roger Allan Tiedeman, son of Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Tiedeman of Hull. Linda is presently employed as bookkeeper for the Woudstra Packing Co., and her fiancee is employed with Van Ornmeren Construction Co. An April 16 wedding is being planned by the couple. local Hem These are Haiku Poems. They are unrhymed and have 17 syllables - 5 in the first line, 7 In the second line, and 5 in the last line. These poems are very short - just long enough to catch and hold a memory or a sudden moment of, perhaps, happiness, Joy, sorrow, wisdom or . . . Halloween! Mrs. Vander Wei M.O.C. Fourth Grade Halloween On halloween night Ghosts and Goblins are groaning. Just on halloween. Ghosts and Goblins Ghosts and Goblins scream. Witches cackle ha ha ha. Watch out for them all! Nancy Ludens Haloween is Near Haloween is near, With ghosts and goblins scaring People in the night. Jack-o-lanterns and Pumpkins ' Standing there with fright, Jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins Brighten up the night. Barbara Mueller Halloween Halloween is fun. Witches fly in Halloween. So do the green cats. Dale Honken Halloween Night Ghosts fly in the sky. Whitches ride on their brooms too. Black cats watch the scene. Kent Hoskins Halloween Halloween is fun its full of funny excitement and laughter and whitchs. By Adrian Quirch Witches Witches are scary They file in the air on brooms With thier black cats too. Ghosts ' Ghosts fly in the air And they say whoo all night Everyone is scarced. Halloween I like Halloween Sometimes you get lots of treats. Dan Van Oss Hallween On Hallween night It seems so scalry then I look out at night. Halloween Halloween Is fun, On Halloween witches come, I like Halloween. Cats I like cats, do you, Some cats are Halloween cats, Cats like to catch mice, Tom Korver Holloween I like Holloween many children dress up them and go house to house. by Mark Harald Halloween Halloween is fun The ghosts and gobblins will come. The pumpkins are fun. What Halloween Is Hurray, Halloween, It is very fun indeed. We'll have lot's of fun. by, Kim Eknes Fun at Halloween Halloween is fun With ghosts, gobbllns, witches It is fun, very fun. Jack-o-lantrems Jack-o-lantrens light It is on Hallowen night Oh, it is a bright! Steven V. Halloween Halloween is fun. Cats fly with the witches zoom! jack-o-lanterns gleam. David Reinders Pumpkins Pumpkins are funy And when they are all lit up They are so pretty. Witches Witches are scary With a black, fat cat in back They fly on broomsticks. Halloween Ghosts say boo to you and owls say ho-all night long But nothing scarys me! Jacelyn Van Gorp Trick or Treat Trick or Treat Trick of Treat for me. Ghosts and Gobblins here they come, Fall is coming now. Halloween Hurray, Halloween, Jet black cats with golden eyes, Halloween Is Boo! Skeletons Skeletons scare me, All skeleton bones rattle, Witchs stir their stew. The Haunted House One night we were going trick-or-treatlng. Then all at once It started to rain, And then I saw a house. ! went Into It and 1 saw a chair a couch and a telephone, And then I heard a voice. It said who are you what are you doing here. Then I ran as fast as I could go. Gretchen Vander Laan Spooky Halloween On Halloween I heard something behind the bush. All at once 10 skeletons jumped at. me: And I ran and r. Evan Haarsma My Scary Night I like Halloween the best, because you get a lot of candy, You see ghosts and cats, black witches yellow masks, and pumkins sitting by the houses. It was cold when I went trlck- or treating. That was funl! Rhonda Van Abbems 6th GRADE MR. BOOTE Leaves Falling leaves are a beautiful sight, It looks as if there falling from flight. Paul Grossman and Charlene Van Maanen stand beside the biggest jack-o-lantern In Orange City. Gold and orange and red, Make the ground great big bed. and brown look like a On the leaves I could sleep & sleep As if every thing were mine for me to keep. Autumn time is so great Even when the leaves you have to rake. Lynnette Brink Halloween is Fun Halloween is so much fun Trick or Treating for candy & gum. Ghosts, & goblins & other spooks All of them act like such kooks. going to be a black I'd HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Are you cat Maybe a witch or even a bat. So have fun on Halloween night, I hope you see some witches In flight. Lynnette Brink Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bert Menning were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Menning and family from Brookings, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menning from St. Paul, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Kley from Pender, Nebraska. Additional callers in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Alan Menning from Brimsvllle, Minnesota. AH were here to attend the Menning-Hannel wedding Saturday evening. Additional guests also on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alden Menning and family from Newkirk. Mrs. Olin Reiniger took a group of women to Maurice on Thursday afternoon where they were guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Muilenburg, Wednesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Florence R. Mouw were Mrs. G. J. Slobe, Mrs. Ruth Vande Steeg, Mrs. Henry De Kraay, Mrs. Arabella SipmaandMrs. J.C. Gleysteen. Hallween Hallween is nice The witchs fly through the noon And goblins try to scaire you. By Steve Hofmeyer Halloween Witches are out now And the ghost are shouting BOO! It Is halloween. Halloween Witches in their caves With bats all around them halloween has come. Bryan Van Der Welde Halloween Halloween is fun We get treats on Halloween Do you like candy. Halloween Goblins are scary Halloween ghosts are scary Witches are scary. By Ricky De Haan Halloween Halloween is fun All scary cats in the night Witches, Goblins watch out. Scott Guthmiller Haunted House Witchs fly above, The Ghosts hide behind the tree, By the haunted house. Rhonda Nibbellnk Halloween Halloween is fun the kids go trick or treating and get some candy. Halloween On Halloween some children dress up in costums and get some treats. Mark Muilenburg STORIES BY SECOND GRADE Phyllis Schat spent the weekend at home from Austin, Minn, for her dad's 83rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong attended funeral services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Riemersma at Rippey, Iowa. From there they went to Indianola to visit with Mrs. Christine De Zeeuw and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong were in Pella recently visiting relatives and also with Rev. R. Diuker, a former Maurice pastor who is in a rest home there. They stopped in Ames to see their grandson Leslie Mulder. Visitors of Mrs. Albert Slothouber for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grooters of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters and Mr. and Mrs. B. Grooters and Janet of Boyden. Mr; and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt of Maurice called on Mrs. Margaret Van Pelt. Mrs. Bill Schnee and Danny of Alton called on Rita Schnee Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloemendaal and Mrs. W. Van Klompenburg called on Mr. Evert Roelfson and Mr. Henry Bos on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Martha John was a dinner guest of Mrs. Edna Vander Hamm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiu- ker and Mrs. Howard Rulsch were guests of Mrs. Arie Colenbrander of Sioux Center for her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Schat attended funeral services for a sister-In-law, Mrs. Ben Gruese at Canova, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Ekdom and family from Edgerton, Minnesota were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. John Ekdom. Miss Susan Nettinga and Miss Kathy Nettinga from Dallas, Texas are spending a few days this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward De Boer. Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moss were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Gorp and family fromSheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mullenburg and daughter from Springfield, South Dakota were weekend visitors in the Marion Muilenburg home. Halloween Halloweens coming When the goblins come out then, Halloween Is fun. Bill Doornlnk Pumkins We plant pumkin seeds Pumkins growing on their vine Oh there so pretty. Kristen Ter Horst Halloween Halloween is scary With cats, goblins and a witch And a ghost also. Terry Punt The Spooky Halloween It was a cold, black, windy night. The moon was full. The stairs creaked of old Miss Witchs house. All of the cats of meowed. And the pumpkins showed bright yellow in the moon. It was the night before Halloween. And the childrin came out with masks on there faces. But the wlch told her ghosts to get them and eat them. Tara Riggan Halloween Night One night I went for a walk. And I saw a castle. I went in the castle, and I saw a witch. The castle was haunted. The witch saw me. And the cat saw me too. The cat was black. The witch said, "What are you going here?" And I ran out! David Hofland Halloween Hight Once I was going outside on a Halloween night. I saw a ghost and a witch. The witch put me in a big pot. She got her black cat and her cat came close to me, So I got out of the pot and ran as fast as I could. The end. Hazel Moss Mrs. Hattle Vande Brake spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Boone. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Carlson of Plpestone, Minn, called on Mrs. Levering Monday. On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Anna Muilenburg entertained Mrs. Ben Van Roekel, Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. John Brink, Mrs. Gertrude Douma, Mrs. Katie Raakall of Orange City and Mrs. Levering. On Thursday afternoon the following ladles were at her home: Mrs. Relni- ger, Arabella Slpma, Mrs. Wm. Doornlnk, Mrs. Charles Tlllema, Mrs. Hubert Mullenburg and Mrs. Florence Mouw. Mr. and Mrs. Al De Jager spent a couple days In Westbrook and Mrs. Peter Van Maasdam came home with them on Wednesday. The rest of the family will be coming Sunday and all plan to go to Sioux City Sunday. Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hop In Le Mars were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Rozeboom, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Korver and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hop and daughter from Marshalltown and Miss Jean Rieke from Remsen. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schie- bout from St. Paul were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowenhorst. Todd and Tim Reinders from George visited in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Henry Reinders last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Jerry Veldman from Holland, Michigan was a weekend visitor in Orange City, a houseguest of Mrs. Ruth Vande Steeg. While here she was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Te Paske, Miss Dorothy Veldboom and Mrs. Dell Reinders, Mrs. G. J. Slobe, Judge and Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Van Etten and Mrs. Olln Relnlger. She left for her home again on Tuesday morn- Ing with Mr. and Mrs. Ver Beek, also of Holland, Michigan, parents of Mrs.Ritsema, who were also visiting in Orange City this weekend. Mrs. Veldman was also a coffee guest of Mrs. Gerrit L. Rens on Saturday morning. Mr. Emll Vander Ham of Sioux City called on his brother, Paul on Friday afternoon. A large group of college students gave a program and visited with the residents on Wednedday evening, which made a very enjoyable time for all. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rlp- meester, Wyoming, Mich., are visiting her sister Mrs. Margaret Van Pelt these days. Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamps visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Oldenkamp and son Jack of Marshalltown on Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oldenkamp and sons of St. Cloud, Minn, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gertrude Siemonsma visited in the -home of Jake Siemonsma at Alton on Friday. Miss Everly Muilenburg of Davenport called on Mr; Howard Jelgerhuis on Saturday. Mrs. Rev. Veldman of Mich., and Mrs. Henry Te Paske called on Mrs. Wm. Hospers, also on_ Mr. Howard Jelgerhuis and on Mrs. Margaret Van Pelt on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spark of Missouri Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Van Peursem of WoodstocK, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Peuresm of Minneapolis visited Mr. Martin Van Peursem on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Foreman of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerrltsen of Spencer visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brower. Mr. Paul Hudson, N.W. College Instuctor, had -charge of the service on Sunday. Several students assisted him. Mrs. Gordon Bloemendaal and Mrs. Arie Dolleslager of Hospers called on Miss Tena Koster on Monday. MILK MADE MAGIC SWEEPSTAKES Courtesy of Sioux County Dalrv Promotion PEANUT BLOSSOMS Mrs. Paul Kleyer, Rock Valley, ] 3J cups flour 2 tsp. soda •j tspv salt 1 cup butter 1 cup peanut butter 1 cup white sugar 1 cup brown sugar 2 eggs 1 or 2 Tblsp. milk 1 tsp. vanilla Chocolate stars Sift flour, soda, salt, together. Cream shortenlne • butter and butter. Gradually add white sugar and brnT" Cream well. Blend, In dry Ingredients. Mix We ii T.. 8 "!"-! balls; roll In sugar. Bake on ungreased cookie ' at 350 degrees. Remove from oven, place on top of each cookie, pressing down so cookies"craok "I edge. Return to oven 2-5 minutes longer. ""HI *** CHOCOLATE CAKE Mrs. Myron Moss, R. R. 1, Sioux Center, Iowa 2 cups sugar 1 cup cooking oil 2 eggs 3 cups flour 3/4 cups unsweetened cocoa 2 tsp. baking soda 2 tsp. baking powder l| tsp. salt 1 cup hot water or coffee 1 cup buttermilk or sour milk 1 tsp. vanilla \ cup chopped nuts Filling: \ cup sugar 1 tsp. vanilla 1-8 oz. pkg. softened cream cheese 1 egg | cup flaked coconut 1 cup (6 oz.) semi-sweet or milk chocolate bits Glaze: 1 cup powdered sugar 2 Tblsp. butter 1-3 Tablespoons hot water 3 Tblsp. cocoa 2 tsp. vanilla Generously grease and lightly flour a 10" tube i Prepare the filling and set aside. In large mixing Ml combine sugar, oil and eggs. Beat 1 minute at highspeed, I Add remaining ingredients except filling; beat 3 minutes ill medium speed, scraping bowl occasionally. By hand, stir to I nuts. Pour | batter Into prepared pan-Carefully spoon fll over batter; top with remaining batter. Bake at 350degraj| for 70-75 minutes or until top springs back whenlighl&l touched. Cool upright In pan for 15 min. Remove from pan, | Cool completely. Drizzle with glaze. To prepare filling: In small mixer bowl beat sugar, vanllli,I cream cheese and egguntil smooth. Stir in coconut and chocott] pieces. *** Mrs. CRACKED SUGAR COOKIES Alice Van Voorst, R. R. 2, Orange City, Iowa Cream; 2 cups white sugar, \ cup butter, 1 stick OH | Add: 3 egg yolks and cream again. Sift together: 2 dups flour, dash of salt, 1 tsp. soda, 1 tsp, | cream of tartar. Add to creamed mixture. Add \ tsp. vanilla. Roll Into small I balls. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in 325degr«| oven until lightly browned. CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES Joan Sjaarda, R. R. 2, Ireton, Iowa Cream together: 1 cup white sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup butter 1 cup mazola oil Add: 1 beaten egg 1 Tblsp. milk 4 cups flour 1 tsp. cream of tartar 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. vanilla 6 oz. or more chocolate chips Nutmeats may be added Bake in moderate oven for 12 to 15 minutes. The new gas dryer. (with permanent press setting) "Let's not xfivc any more them I can alionl!" BAKE SALE at the WmTRA MEAT MARKET Sat., Oct. 30 9 a.m.--4 p.m. Sponsored by the Junior Class Of Unity Christian High \nmmtttt DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 3 for 2 SPECIAL any three garments professionally cleaned and finished for the PRICE OF' TWO or Send 6 Garments Pay for 4 2 FREE Send 9 Garments Pay for 6 3 FREE (2-piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) Cleaners & Lauriderers LeMars, 108 Central Ave, N.E,, 546-4161 Pick-up & Delivery Mon. & Thurs, Stop our r'outeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers • ...... ----6-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday^ October 28, 1971 Isn't it about time you replaced your old gas dryer with a new permanent press gas dryer? It dries permanent press fabrics so wrinkle-free that you can forget about ironing, "It's fluffier Gas.The Premium Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving Natural Gas to your local gas company -•••

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