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News of yesterday Pioneer Home news Intents ^ an abrupt departure ' part of graduation Connie Van an d Dennis Roze- ff [U present a joint of opera scenes, aria ,» ooera on Sunday, at 3-00 P. M. In tne Chapel. The public is and there is no ad- charge. IVernon Tarrell, Proof Voice and Chairman -Division of Fine Arts iorthwestern stated, western is attempting ,lde a wider base of ance experience for its 1 in music, and at the ii m e create a more Needy child finds love and concern in Middleburg atmosphere audience for In- atten- L and Dennis are well | (or their solo work In oratorios and can- j'They will appear as I Anna and Giovanni In I scene from Mozart's •IOVANNI along with IVanHeuvelen who will Ihe part of Leporello, fob vander Maten who ear as the Comman- will also sing the duet LA CI DAREM lONO from the same he second section Miss [curse m will present a J performance Including •AMUS TE from THE IT MASS IN C MINOR .ozart. She will follow juti Rossini's UNAVOCA fFA from THE BARBER -,/ILLE. lowing a brief intermis- Mlss Van Peursem and iRozeboom will 'present .mown excerpts from [opera and operetta. inn Blom and Leila Broek fia will accompany the frs. Both students are (the studio of Dr. Vernon fell. .' ' The Young Women's,' S.S. Class of the First Grace Reformed Church of Middleburg, has "adopted" a fourteen year old Korean girl. Whang Kyung Ja will probably never have the opportunity of ever meeting her new "parents", but nevertheless, she will always be grateful that someone cared enough to lend a helping hand. Whang Kyung Ja is cared for In a COMPASSION home In Korea. The child is one of some 23,000 such needy little ones who are supported by COMPASSION, INC., a leading International child welfare agency with headquarters In Chicago, Illinois. COMPASSION now cares for children who live in 11 countries around the world. COMPASSION sponsors sent $12.00 per month to the agency to be used for the needs of their particular child. This amount of money, about 40 cents . per day, it sufficient to provide the basic necessities of life. Each child also received Christian Bible training in the homes. The sponsors also receive periodic news from their child . . . through letters written by translators. The sponsors, in turn, write, to their child and sometimes send a special gift of money for the child's birthday or for the purchase of a Christmas gift. Individuals or organizations who are interested in helping other needy children may write to COMPASSION, INC., 7774, West Irving Park Road, Chicago, Illinois 60634. 10 YEARS AGO Howard Rulsch was elected mayor of Maurice In Tuesday's election which saw two uncontested posts threatened by write-in opposition. Awrlte In candidate, Ruisch polled 38 votes out of a total of 64 ballots cast. Honored for 25 years of continuous service at Silent Sioux Corp. were Raplh Gebauer and Arle Faber. They were presented engraved watches. It was half-time of the M-OC Gehlen football game, and Coach Miller was giving his football team the last pep talk of the year. Just as he finished his speech on getting "fired up", Dennis Keith lit his small hand warmer. To his amazement, the handwar- mer turned Into a flame thrower. It burst into a huge flame and provided a perfect ending for Coach Miller's speech. 15 YEARS AGO yton Winterboer pforth nominee kyton Winterboer, a sen- Imathematics major at jhwestern College, has I nominated by the Faculty |orthwestern College as ' applicant for a Danforth latlon Fellowship. He Is pon of Mr. and Mrs. Her; Winterboer of Everly, s Fellowships, offered by fcnforth Foundation of St. s, Missouri, are open to [ors of accredited colleges 5 United States, who have >us interest in college fling as a career, and who ] to study for a Ph.D. in f chosen field. Wroximately 100 Fellows will be awarded In March from the candidates noted by their respective fees. Danforth Fellows Jelegtble for financial as- Fice for four years, as (Pursue their studies, Won Winterboer is well on the. Northwestern His for his boundless en- liasm with which he en- Is each new sphere of in- pe in his Christ-centered S Clayton is vice-president •N Student Senate and has Meleeted for WHO'S WHO NG STUDENTS IN AN UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES. He is a F«r of Sigma Tau, Senior Society. During his years at North- has been a mamber Student Affairs Com. Young Democrats, and Resident Advisor at mstra Hall, Clayton is also • v « in the Trinity Reformed •r«i where he is an as«e member, teaching ca' to seventh grade stu- Fire destroys home H. D. Vander Pol Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Heather and Todd are staying at the parental Harvey Vander Pol home after the apartment house in Sioux City in which they were living was burned. Heather and Todd were asleep when the fire broke out in the basement apartment below them. A deep fat frier shorted out and started on fire. Not having a phone he ran upstairs to the Vander Pol apartment and she called the fire department. Attempts were made by him to extinguish the fire. Mrs. Vander Pol was able to get Heather out but could not see as the smoke was so thick. She told Todd to wait in the chair by the door and she would come back and get him, but when she got outside there was no one to give 6 month old Heather to, but within 5 minutes after she had called, the firemen were there and Jerry Strand of the Sioux City fire department went in and got 2j year old Todd. He was still sitting in the chair and was frightened when he saw the firemen. The shell of the apartment house which housed 7 different families is still standing but there was heavy smoke and water damage. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kreykes haved moved to the acreage in the east part of town, formerly the DeLlnt property, now owned by Ben Van Veldhuizen. Mr. Kreykes will operate the Gamble store. Walter J. Lake of Boise, Idaho, visited Orange City's wooden shoe factory recently. He is the father of Ann Sothern, movie personality and star of the popular "Private Secretary" television program. Mr. Lake purchased a pair of wooden shes for his granddaughter, Patricia Sterling, of Los Angeles, who is the 11- year old daughter of Ann Sothern. Mr. Lake has been in Orange City several times to buy Cadillacs from John Cambier. Arie Van Marel, body-shop foreman at Gambler Motor Co. concluded a deal last Friday to buy the cafe operated by Chuck and Katie Pabst. A series of seven committee meetings has been arranged for the next two weeks, preparatory to the public presentation of a proposal for the reorganization of the Alton Maurice-Ornage City pubic school districts. Nineteen years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Spaan invited a group of friends to a Dutch dinner, requesting them to wear Dutch costumes. After dinner they walked downtown singing Dutch songs. Theyhad so much .fun that they decided to do this often. This group became "Die Schutters." den, and the bridegroom was Robert Boonstra, son of Mrs. Anna Boonstra. Henry Klein took over the Giesen Grocery Store on Tuesday. He bought the stock but Mr, Giesen retains the building, A number of Orange Cltj boys who are serving In the Navy are home on leave. They are Wallace De Haan and Harold Vander Laan of Calif. Dave Van Citters, Darwin-Van Gorp, Robert Barks, Kendall Smith and Morris Post all of Great Lakes. 30 YEARS AGO Tuesday evening friends and relatives gathered at the Andrew Vogel home for t farewell party of Rodney Vellinga, son of Mr. and Mrs. tfenry Vellinga, who will soon leave for camp. Truckers who use highway No. 75 were lined up a mile long most of Monday at the .Hinton checking station of the . Iowa Highway commission, being introduced to a new kind of highway police, which arf still a novelty to most motorists. The Vande Steeg store Is celebrating the 62nd anniversary of the business with a sale which opens today. The sale is an annual event. John Vermeer will celebrate his 13th anniversary with a big sale. Some of the items advertised are cracker jacks 3 boxes for 10?; all 20<? cigarettes 3 for 50? j 49 Ib. bag of Mothers Best flour $1.65; 10 Ib. pail of syrup for 43?. Mr. Gerrlt De Vrles called at the following places- Sunday at the Harold De Vrles home In Hull; Thursday at the Alfred De Vrles home at Maurice; Friday at the B. Bufflngtons In Hawarden j Monday at Cleghorn. From there he accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Milton Remes to Sioux City to help Marlene Reuther, his granddaughter celebrate her first birthday. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoffs from Hull took him along to visit' his son, George De Vries, who is in the Sioux City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Art Pleum from Sioux Center visited Mrs. Wm. Westra Friday night. Mrs. James Waudschur from Sioux Center called on her Monday. Wednesday night the Guild for Christian service from the Alton Reformed Church conducted the worship service. Friday morning the Kin- dergarteners from the M-OC Public school entertained the residents and presented them with some treats. In the afternoon a few other pupils from the school also presented them with some treats. Tuesday afternoon the American Legion Auxiliary gave a program and also played Bingo with the residents. They also brought favors as a Halloween treat. Local Nem Miss Lynn Rae Peuse who teaches In Boone, Iowa visited her grandfather Mr. Abe Van Peursem on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Zee and Robert from Middleburg visited Mrs, Sarah Van Zee. Mrs. Wm.Dulster mars called on Mrs. Jennie De Jong Monday. Mrs. De Jong returned recently from a three weeks visit With her son at Wyoming, Mich. Mr. Herman Vander Maten accompanied his daughter from Sioux City to Boyden to visit Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Grooters and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don Newen- dorp from Sioux City called on Mr. Lou Brandsma Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Dick De Jong, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smlts and Mrs. Johanna Rulsch attended the funeral service of Sadie Torwella at Hawarden. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Regenmorter and Karen have moved to Sioux Center and their son Darrell and his wife are living on the farm. 35 YEARS AGO 20 YEARS AGO Christian School open house from November 8-13 In observance of Christian Education Week November 813 the Orange City Christian School will hold an Open House on Thursday, November 11, ^Specific activities are scheduled for the afternoon as follows: From 12:30 to 1-50 four-20 minute demonstration classes will be held in Junior High; 12:30 " 1 7.;? ISCS Science; 12:50-1:10 7tn eirls P E.; 1:10-1:31) «n boys P. E.;U30-l:507thgirls Music. , n , At 2-00 K-6 classrooms will be open for observation. Parents who attend will be given a tour of the classroom in which their children are located. Pupils will explain work, bulletin boards, projects and displays in the Dick Andringa and his son, Marion in their spare time are building a large vault behind the Andringa Jewelry store. The structure is made of concrete and steel and Dick bought the heavy steel door from the old Hospers Bank for the entrance which will be from the store. Because of improvements made in her farm home, as part of her 4-H work, Peggy Jeanne Molr daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moir has been awarded a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. Herman De Haan suffered severe injuries Thursday afternoon while working at his farm northeast of Orange City. He attempted to clean out some dirt beneath a canvas under the tumbling rod of the elevator and the canvas caught in the rod and drew his arm into the machinery. The power was being furnished by a car motor and it choked fortunately. Both bones were broken in his right arm and muscles were pulled in the shoulder. H. J. Hubers bought the Ben Kempers property on College Ave. for $3750. The »29 Whippet car was sold to Lowell Mouw for $31. The car had never been used and the four tires were flat. John Luchtenburg of near Leota, Minn, suffered severe injuries last week while helping move a house there. He slipped on ice and the truck carrying the house ran over his body from the left leg to the right hip. He sustained a broken pelvis and other in- ]U The'orange City high school junior play, "Her Father's Eyes" will be presented Tuesday night. The cast consists of IrmaVer Steeg, Joan Gebauer, Burtlee Van Zyl, Marie Kroeze, Bill De Jong, Al Netten, Jack Ver Steeg, Harriet Pals, Shirley De Graaf, and Bob Vellinga. The staff on the High School Spot-Light are Ann Reiniger, Dwight Grotenhuis, June Lubbers, Charlotte Vande Steeg, La Vonne Van Der Stoep, Marjoris Hospers, Dorothy.Hos- pers, Dorthoy De Vries, Ann May Evans, Joyce Gambler, and Warren De Vries. Tony Aberson of Alton whose farm buildings were burned some time ago has, with the help of neighbors and friends, built a barn and ahog house, and the whole cost of labor was only $37 as it was mostly done by him and friends. John Kroeze, widely known clerk at the Erkes Vander Ploeg Co. purchased the Heynen Brother's grocery business. New books at the library Include the following popular one: "The Doctor" by Mary Roberts Rinehart, "I am the Fox," by Winifred Van Etten; "Gone with the Wind," Margaret Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. William Van Clompenberg and Mario were Sunday dinner guests in the Ken Huisman home in honor of Brian Huisman's 6th birthday. The Sioux County World War I Auxiliary and Barracks met on Monday afternoon at the Town Hall. The ladies from Boyden were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. James Wovtd- str returned home on Monday after Mr. Woudstra had been attending the Pine Rest Board of Directors Meeting in Grand- Rapids, Michigan. While there they also visited in the Pete Yonker home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kreykes also accompanied them visiting with their children, the Don Kreykes family and the John Wlotjer family in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Van Peursem and Ward and Mr. and Mrs. C. Ver Hoef of Sioux Center were guests in the Lawrence Dykstra home Sunday evening. Maurice Recreational Committee will sponsor an evening of singing at the school gym on Saturday evening Nov. 6 at 8 o'clock by the Majesties, Ambassadors and the Carmel quartets. Mr. and Mrs. John Kosters of Platte, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Ellerbroek of .Tillamook, Oregon spent a few days in the Rudy Van Pelt home. All the children and grandchildren ot Mrs.Rudy Van Pelt were home Sunday to help celebrate her birthday which was Oct. 26. Mrs. Norman Vander Broek spent a couple of days in the Orange City hospital. Mrs. Tom Smit is in the Sioux Center hospital. Curtis Jager submitted to an appendectomy in the Sioux Center hospital Monday. Woman's Club sponsored a Halloween party for the grade children and they went out for UNICEF Saturday evening. After that they had a teen hop for the junior and senior high pupils serving lunch. A delegation from West Sioux Classls will meet with our congregation Tuesday eve, for a discussion on the various programs to be undertaken by the churches. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slobe, Mrs, Nellie Perklnson all of Sioux Falls and Mrs. Bert Van Steenwyk of Sheldon were at the Schat home home Fri. Mr. and Mrs. John van Peursem accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz of Sioux City to spend the weekend in the Ivan Schultz home in Swanvllle, Minn. Their son John was home on leave. He is a guard at Arlington, Virginia. Mrs. Lawrence Dykstra entered the Orange City hospital for surgery. Those attending funeral services for Ellsworth De Jong at Orange City Wednesday were Mr. And Mrs. John Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Al De Jager, Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong, Mrs. Anna Mullenburg and Mrs. Levering. Mrs. Minnie Peelen returned home from Orange City on Friday. Luann Hawkins was nominated Queen ot the month by the Nibble Nots for losing the most weight and received a shampoo and hair Set and Hie traveling teen prize. Rev. and Mrs.VanKoever- ing entertained the elderly people of the church at the parsonage on Wed. afternoon. A social time and lunch was served. About 35 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Marv Cooper and family from Milwaukee were weekend guests in the Franklin Vogel home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wheeler from Slbley were callers on Monday evening in the Dick R. Van Gelder home. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER'of Sioux County, Iowa ihe offlclal paper for the City of Orange City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually in advance, $5 Sr year in Sioux and adjoining counties, $6.50 per year elsewhere. SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID ORANGE CITY, IOWA 51041 PUBLISHED Thursdays, continuing an '97-yerars tradition of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED in the national Advertising field by weekly Newspaper • .Representatives. dm. 36th Year - No. 49 - November 4, 1971 NOTICES able in the Activity Room from 2:OOto3:15P.M.Everyone-- parents, grandparents, and friend from the community-is cordially invited to attend. 25 YEARS AGO Sam Zigtema received his new Ford from the government Monday. A little ceremonywas held in front of Town Hall, Dick Roetman turned the keys to Sammy. Gerrit L. Rens, president of the Lions Club made the presentation speech. Both Mr, Roetman and Mr, Rens were instrumental in getting the car free from the The Legion Auxiliary is collecting Butternut Coffee Coupons again this year. There will be boxes in the grocery stores and please get them In as soom as possible as we have to meet a deadline. The Sioux County Democratic Women willl have a noon luncheon on Friday, Nov. 5 at 1:00 p.m. at the Auto Dine in Sioux Center. Due to a conflict, the American Legion Auziliary will hold their meeting on Monday, Nov. 15, 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mathilda Vander Wilt. A film on education will be shown. Remember to bring yout gifts for the gift shower. The Legion Auxiliary will also visit the Heritage House on November 16. ..... West Branch Combined Appeal will be held in Februar> of 1972. Organizations that have not been included before and wish to be, or organizations that have been included in the past and wish not to be are requested to contact Mrs. Tony Rensink of Sioux Center by December 10, 1971. • * • • • The time is here once again to enroll in Bible Memorization, This is a proven systematic way of memorizing scripture. It offers planned memory work for all ages from 3-103, There are many incentive rewards for both children and adults, You Invest a little time and a little money for returns of rich spiritual blessing. If interested attend the BMA Rally at 3;00 p.m. on Sunday, Nov, 7 at the Dover Alliance Church, Everyone Is welcome, For more information, contact Mrs, Dennis Orange We want to do more for you right now. 19V/- 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 sidewalls, deluxe wheel covers and other specified options •._ JH|ABfl|QOIflll -and you get the famous | |f j|||uml9QIUII* 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. CHRYSLER Plymoulfi AUTHORIZED DEALERS ' CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION PAA 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 trans- . 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How's |6°Wg to feel when he gets "led and doesn't have one? day, WIUAC »••—of the Nation's fluidi now sold in «rtons nine out of ten are and gallon sizes. I fall wedding was solemnized at the Boyden, UnlteT Presbyterian Church on Friday, Nov. 1, at eight o'clock. The bride was Merna Mae Moret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moret of Boy- Mr, and Mrs. Merlyn Wai- [ linga and family spent last weekend in Iowa City visiting with Mr. and Mrs, Brad Pie- tens and family and also in Cedar Falls where they attended the concert given by the University of Northern Iowa Orchestra, Their daughter, Mary, plays in the Orchestra. SINKEY GARAGi Ireton, Iowa THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 4,

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