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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

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Architects sketch of new Orange City library VIEW FROM ALBANY THE NEW ORANGE CITY POBERT D. fVlclPJTOSH, A.I.A. ARCHITECT PUBLIC LIBRARY . SIOUX CITY, IOWA Farm Outlook: Fed cattle prices did not show much change in October, following a decline of around SI per hundredweight the previous month. According the Gene Futrell, Iowa State University extension economist, prices held up slightly better than had been expected. In late October, prices for Choice steers In Iowa and southern Minnesota were largly within a $31.50 to S32.50 range, or about $3.50 per hundredweight higher than a year ago. Federally Inspected cattle slaughter during the first three weeks of October was 1 percent above the 1970 vol- Editor s Note: "Demand (or beef should be relatively strong in the months ahead and show moderate gains over the previous year," says Futrell. "Pork supplies will be seasonally large the rest of the fall but will be smaller than last year. Broiler supplies, although down seasonally, will be moderately larger than a year earlier." For the next few weeks, Futrell sees fed cattle prices holding near the present levels, generally above $31 for Choice steers in Iowa. The RBCOH! For the July-September quarter, total slaughter was 3 percent above last year. The number of cattle on feed October 1 in 23 feeding states was estimated by the USDA at nearly 10.7 million head, 2 percent more than on the same date a year earlier. Cattle on feed were down 3 percent in the North Central states but were up 9 percent in the West. Iowa, Illinois, and Min- niesota all reported sizable decreases from last year while Texas and Kansas had increases of 13 and 15 percent respectively. Iowa was off 12 percent; Illinois, 11 percent and Minnesota, 16 percent. Nebraska had a 1 percent increase. The following items were scheduled for Hurt week H Capital but regretably had to be omitted because of lack of Richard Van Zee and wf to Henrv J. Brinks Ls 2 & 3 in Aud Subd of S{ S\V\ 20-9644 $1. Henry J. Brinks & wf to Richard H. Van Zee Ls 2&3 of S4r Feedlot placements during the July-September quarter in 23 states were estimated at 6.4 million head, up 3 percent from a year earlier. Placements were down 1 percent in the North Central states but up 8 percent In the West. Among the large feed- Ing states, the biggest changes In placements from last year were a 17 percent reduction in Iowa and a 17 percent increase in Texas. The October 1 on-feed count showed decreases in heavier weights of both steers and heifers but fairly large Increases In lighter cattle. Futrell says market prospects shape up like this: Steers weighing over 900 pounds and heifers over 700 pounds on October 1 will make up much of the October-December marketings of fed cattle. The combined total of these weights was 8 percent below a year earlier. However, past relationships between cattle on feed of these weights and marketings In the following three-month period Indicate Ocotber-December volumna will be near last year. The larger October 1 Inventories of lighter-weight cattle, along with expectations of larger placements this fall and winter, Indicate moderate Increases In fed cattle mar- ketings during the first half of 1972. Futrell states an Increase of 4 to 5 percent appears likely In the January- March quarter and 5 to 6 percent increase In the April- June period, A tentative forecast for the last half of 1972 Is for fed cattle marketings to be around 3 percent more than the last half of this year, though the outcome will depend highly on placements over the next few months. extract in Aud Subd SW^ 20-96-44 $1. Robert S. Goettsch & wf to Orville Dean Bruxvoort & wf L 3, Blk 1 in Subd of Pt Blk 25, East Addn, OC $9500. Henry Bos, sgl to H. B. Schwiesow Ls 8 & 9, Blk 1, Heald's Addn, Hwdn $1. John Broek & wf to Ervin Huizenga & wf L 7, Blk 4, West First Addn, OC $1. Henry Lems & wf to Henry Lems & wf Pt Ls 5 & 6, Blk 19, Clpe $1. Tina Klein & hs to Dick W. Van Gelder W| L 3, Blk 23, OC $5250. Harriet Keep Arentz, wdw to Bryce Rhodes & wf W| NE^: SE^ NW^; & Govt Ls 1 & 2; all in 7-97-48 $10. LeRoy N, Plendl & wf to Richard Mayrose & wf Pt Ls 11 to 14, Blk 10, Maurice $1. George L. Hansen sgl to Robert M. Von Arb & wf Pt Ls 7 & 8, Blk 24, First Addn, Alton $10. Robert J. Vande Weerd&wf to Gerald C. Van't Hul &wf Pt Ls 7 & 8 in Aud Subd & Plat of NW^ NW| 28-97-46, RV $3000. DC 13916 Harriet & Kenneth Kleinhessellnk vs Clay Eqmpt Corp & Bernard De Jong (Law) DC 13917 Linus A. Goebel vs Robert L. Sauer & Bunker Feed & Supply (Law) NEW AUTOS Raymond R. Van Heukelom, Orange City, Chevrolet. Harold Smith, Hawarden, Bulck. Elmer R. Johnson, Hawarden, Oldsmoblle. Frank Schlumbohm,Hawarden, Chevrolet. Richard T. Knight, Haw.ar- «den, Oldsmobile. Lois J. Oelke, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Rosalie J. Soodsma, Hull, Ford. Anthony Van Ravenswaay, Sioux Center, Ford. Sioux Feed Co., Sioux Center, Chevrolet. TonyHuygens, Orange City, Ford. Roger 0. Mouw, Orange City, Mercury. Mrs. H. S. Wahlenberg, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Loren A. Klein, Granville, Oldsmobile. Fred Jantzen,Hull, Chevrolet. Diamond Products Co. Orange City, Ford. Joy J. Vogel, Orange City, Toyota. Bill J. Estes, Sioux Center, Ford. Hull Implement Shop, Hull, Pontiac. NEW TRUCKS Lambertson Elevator Co. Hawarden, Chevrolet. Robert Batchelder, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Russells Ready Mix Inc., Orange City, Ford. Russells Ready Mix Inc., Orange City, Diamond Reo. Dennis Van Zee, Orange City, International, Chester Vande Weerd.Rock Valley, Ford. Mr. Henry J. De Haan of Artesia, Calif., Mrs. John De Haan of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Langstraat of Newklrk, Mr. and Mrs. Don Herde and Michael Ba- jema.were last -week Monday night supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boone at the Dora De Haan home in honor of Mrs. John De Haan who left Tuesday with Henry De Haan for Artesia, Calif, where she will be making her new home. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bajema were unable to attend as they went on Monday to Morrison, Illinois to attend the funeral on Tuesday of their nephew, fourteen year old, William Bajema. They returned home again early Wednesday morning. \ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mle- dema will observe their 45th wedding anniversary this Thursday, Nov. 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Triplet of Boyden and Miss Geraldine Schreur of Alton were Sunday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Wettering and family. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema were Sunday • afternoon callers at the Bill Poppema home at Sheldon and supper guests in the Roger Poppema home at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz and family spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neuroth and family at Halbur, Iowa where they re-, cently moved to from Paul- Una. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Zom- ermann and daughter of Fairview, South Dakota were Sunday afternoon callers at the Horton Jacobsen home. Mrs. Jeannetle Tammlnga and Mrs. Agnes Solsma accompanied Mrs. MaryKamles on Tuesday afternoon to a toy party at the home of Mrs. Shirley Jurgenson at Le Mars. John Broek & wf to Richard Huenlnk & wf L 6, Blk 3, West First Addn, OC $1. Nwn St Bk, OC, Conservator .to Harvey Van Klompenburg & wf N| L 1, Blk 11, OC $1. Lorraine Carol Peterson & Low! Hem Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Van Berkum and Mrs. Alice Prins attended the wedding of their nephew Wayne Van Berkum to Linda Fens at Epiphany, S. D. on Saturday. They were also Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner guests in the Wally Van Berkum home inLuverne, Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Vanden Berg and family moved this past week to their new home at Manhatten, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey De Bruin and Lonnie moved this past week to their new home at Hopkins, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruins, of Lakewood, Calif, and Mrs. Marie Jongma spent from Thursday till Sat. night at the home of the ladies brother, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goslinga at Princeton, Minnesota last week. On Tuesday evelng, Henry and Dora Slothouber of Alton were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp and boys were Sunday, afternoon coffee guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Don Wassenar at Sheldon. Mr, and Mrs. GerhardKas- tein visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Vos at Sheldon. Chuck, Howard, Jr. andBev Houtsma were Sat. overnight guests at.the home of Marie Houtsma. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Houtsma joined the family Sunday for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bruyn and Lori visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blom at Alton for Mr. Blbm's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jungers were Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Emll Jungers at Sibley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Racine, Wisconsin were Mr. and Mrs. Heinle Westra of Boyden were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Marie Houtsma and attended the' First Reformed Church service and Crusaders program with her. Mrs. Joe Boender entered the Orange City hospital Sunday evelng. Mr. Harry Te Grotenhuls expected to return to his home this week from the Orange City hospital. •••'•'.' Mrs. Henrietta Klein moved this Monday from her home in Hospers to an apartment in Boyden.' Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. were Wednesday evening visitors at the John Solsma, Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tamminga were Sunday evening after church guests at the Henry Kamies home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kunce and girls were Sat. overnight guests of her mother, Mrs, Frank Shirbrown at Jefferson, Iowa. Mr. Shlrbrun remains in the hospital there but is doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jurriaans and Mrs. Dave Kleis of Minneapolis spent several days recently In Indiana and Ohio with their daughter, Jan- •tina, who is touring for one year with "The Re'Genera- tlon" a Christian singing group who have as their theme "An encounter with things that matter"_^directed by Pastor Derric Jcflnson of San Diego Calif. The Jurriaans'traveled' with the group of young col- legelans and heard several concerts as they sing in colleges, schools, for businessmen and In churches. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Es were Sunday evening callers In the Glen Roos home at Primghar. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stoel and family from Luverne were Sunday supper guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Vander Schaaf. 9 week training for Mini-teachersl There were 8 mlnllf this nine weeks at M-00,ll mini teachers arenotlm In actual teaching, buHnffl checking papers, maMnjIi letin boards, and helping t dents with make-up wort, | Mr. Ron Jufferlslnc' of the mini teaching! at the college. Eachi teacher is required loin 25 hours and is here I period of 8 weeks. The following we're teachers at M-OC; Larrj| Zeeuw, history, under! Sorenson; Denny VanBert math under Mr.KlelsjB: Mouw, vocal music, under]] Kline; Mrs. Mary business, under Mr, wall, and Mrs. KruegeijS Searl, phys. ed. under I McKinstrey; Mrs. BeclyJ teboom and Mrs. Phyllls well, English, under Mantel; and George Wra] science, under Mrs. Ml son. On Saturday, Oct. 30, some eighty people called at the home of Jerry Dyksterhuis throughout the afternoon and evening to help him celebrate his 94th birthday. His daughters Mrs. A. Jurriaans and Mrs. Al Stftdebaker arranged for his favorite lunch to be served to all who came to congratulate their father on this special day. Mr. Dyksterhuis is in exceptionally good health. He a large garden and flower "f] Wisconsn were weekend ^ ests at the home of b f ds a " d spades it himself. " Mr. and Mrs. Jake Additional Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kramer and Brian. Mr, and Mrs, Veril Nelson and Kirk were Sunday dinner He reads a great deal and Is current on world affairs. He is equally interested in young and old and has a vast knowledge of events over most of a century. _ wf N| L 1, Blk . Harold H. Pas, wdr to Harold Rand Pas etal 1/3 int in S\ NWi 23-95-44 $1. Jennie Vande Berg & hs to Edward T, Jansen & wf Pt W^ 15-96-45 $1. Sunday evening visitors in the Peter Zwagerman home were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Heuvelen from Primghar, Mr, and Mrs, Don Davis, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hammerson and Mr and Mrs, Ed Robinson all 'from Primghar and Mrs, Bob Litehauser from Sheldon, Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Diekevers were Mr, and Mrs, Ray De Bay and family of Sioux Center. Miss Karen Boterhoek of Sioux City spent the weekend at the parental Henry Boterhoek home. Those coming from a dls- aim ivii'K were ouimojr uimioi tance were Mr, and Mrs, Al guests at her parents,Mr. and Studebaker of Phoenix, Ariz.. Mrs. Earl Brahan at Sanborn, his son, John Dyksterhuls of On the way home a deer came Fort Worth, Texas and two out of the ditch on Highway 18 — into the path of their car, No one was injured but the car "ER THE HOSS CARTWRIGHT MODEL DOES MAKE YOU LOOK TALLER." suffered front end damage. - - -- of Chicago and Mr, and Mrs. Dave Kleis of Minneapolis, God . Alvin D. Faust &wf to Trudy Ann Samuelson Pt SW| SW| 13-96-46 $1. Theodore Dykstra & wf to Gerrit Dykstra & wf 1/2 int in L 3, Blk 1 In Aud Subd of OL 1. RV $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9895 Norbert John Boes, deceased. Probate 9896 Walter P. Bolks, deceased. Probate 9897 Elbert R. Robertson, deceased. Probate 9898 William Wes- tr», deceased. KOIKE The enlarged second edition of the "Hawkeye Schoolmaster in the Horse and Buggy Days" is now on sale at Hollinga's Barbe* Shop and the Village Drug, Good for gifts, Charles H. Tye The Sioux County Concert Series Presents Voices, Ine, Tues., Nov. 9--8 p,m, NW COLLEGE AUDITORIUM Tickets mqy be purchased at the door Admission $2,00, $8,50 or $3,00 Our Thanks to A spiritual renewal is reaching ^We, as Pastors, want to offer ours* the ministry of teaching to indivwu-' concerned, To develop a scriptural very important, ' Subjects will be as follows: 1, The Baptism of the Holy Ghost evidence, . 2, Gifts of the Holy Spirit operating W 3, The soon return of Christ, for ™ 4, Deliverance by casting out ***%& 5, The occult dangers of hypnotism, w» astrology, . 6, How to deal with Homosexuals, .^ j, 7, The Place of Jesus People ana y 20th century revival, du itry,» 8, The battle of the sexes today tlons, and pre-roarital sex, 9, The place of fasting and prayer, 4620 or contact Itev. A. B. 304 pelaware S.W Orange City, Iowa SIOUX COU^V CAPITAL, Thursday, November 4.1971

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