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November 11, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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Windows shot by vandals in Hospers Vandals struck Hospers Monday night when windows and one tolate glass door were shot at. The damage was discovered Tuesday morning. The Sllak Co. had four windows broken, Mrs. Harold Herding Insurance, Frank Kreyeks Clover Farm Store lost windows and Woudstra Meat Market lost a plate glass door. The estimated damage was $1,000. Investigation Is being done by the County Sheriff office. Friday services for Mrs. Van Peursem Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Martin Van Peursem on Friday, Nov. 12, at the Trinity Reformed Church. Rev. Lenderlnk will be In charge of the service. Mrs. Van Peursem, 89, died Tuesday, Nov. 9 after a long illness. A complete obituary will be in next weeks CAPITAL. The Record DEEDS FILED to mvid Vander Vegte Jane Mars and Dan Roghair gave a puppet show on drugs to tbe'r Ihird gra e de class.'Mrs. Van Wyk is their teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Pelt of Sioux City visited in the Rudy Van Pelt homo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boyd returned home last week after spending the summer in their cabin at Baudette, Minn. Mrs. Amelia Eilts and Mrs. Darwin Eilts of Spencer, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold John were dinner guests in the Martha John homo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pals of Orange City attended church services here Sun. morning. He is a student at Northwestern. Miss Linda Schat.R.N., who is employed in the University hospital in Omaha and her brother, Roger, who attends the University at Vermillion, were weekend guests in the Renald Schat home. The John Van Veldhuisen family of Schaller spent Sunday with her parents the Jake Hoekstra's. Mrs. Jake Hoekstra entered the Orange City hospital where she had surgery on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuiken accompainedMr. andMrs. Ed Dykshorn to Wilmar.Minn. Thursday and visited in the Jerry Meulener home. Wilma Ruisch was hostess at the monthly meeting of the Women's Club. The program was on Craft. Mrs. Nellie Jager and Maxine Jager demonstrated flower arrangements, etc., all making an article of their choice. Roll call was "How I received my first necklace." Woman's Guild will sponsor a soup supper Friday evening November 12, Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong and Mrs. Anna Mullenburg spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bonnecroy at Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Elko Staper of Kalamazoo, Mich., called on Mrs. Anna MuilenburgSun- day afternoon also the Sentner Altena family of Hull. Fartn Ortlook: Hog prices have been higher than expected in recent weeks and aren't likely to get as low this fall as expected earlier, according to Gene Futrell, extension economist at Iowa State University. Late October prices for 200-230 pound barrows and gilts on the Interior Iowa- Southern Minnesota market ranged from $18.75 to $19.50 or about $2 higher than at the same time last year. Futrell says prices are likely to be under pressure of seasonally large marketings during November and could decline another $1 or more from current levels. He foresees prices bottoming out within the next month and showing moderate strength before the end of the year. Recent slaughter has been about in line with the volume indicated last spring by the USDA's estimate of the spring pig crop. After totaling 18 percent above 1970 during the first eight months of the year, hog slaughter the first three weeks of October was about even with a year earlier. Mar- ketings are expected to drop three or four percent below 1970 levels for the rest of the year, but seasonally, the supply of hogs will be large during November and early December. Hog prices were below costs of production for several months in the fall of 1970 and the first half of this year. The profit picture has improved since then as a result of lower corn prices and somewhat higher hog prices. Further improvement should occur in 1972 as a result of the cutback in the fall pig crop, a probable cutback in winter farrowings and sharply lower corn prices. In response to the unfavorable profit situation last year and early this year, Corn- belt hog producers cut June- August sow farrowings 10 percent from the previous year. And September 1 farrowing plans for the September- November period were estimated to be down 11 percent from the same date last year, Futrell says farrowings outside the Cornbelt aren't likely to drop this much, but there is a good chance that slaughter levels during the first nine months of next year will be at least 7 to 9 percent below 1971. "With smaller supplies, hog prices should show a good year-to-year improvement," states Futrell. "Iowa prices for 200-230 pound butchers are expected to be in the $19, SO to $20.50 range during the January-March quarter, move up to the $21 to $22 level by June and show further seasonal increase to the $23 to $25 range in July." With corn prices expected to average SO to 35 cents a bushel below year-earlier levels most of this period, hog profits will be quite favorable during the first seven or eight months of next year, Will this encourage expansion in far- rowing'numbers? Futrell says some people expect an early upturn until returns show upturn In farrowing levels. He belelves, however, that interest In expansion isn't likely to develop until returns show more substantial improvement and favorable conditions hold for a few months' time. Some expansion may begin during and last half of 1972. Says Futrell, "Further year- to-year reductions in farrow- ings are especially desirable through the March-May quarter next year if good Hog profits are expected a year from • now." Vernon Eilts & wf Clarence Van Beek Pt 4-94-46 $7000. Gerrlt John Mlersmaetalto Town of Hull Pt Second & Brown Streets, Adams Addn, $1. Lois Vlsser, sgl to Sam P. De Jong Ls 3 & 4, Blk 10, South Addn, OC $1.' Ervin D. Hulzenga & wf to Clarence Edward Postma&wf L 2, Blk 1, Sunset Addn, OC$1. Clarence Edward Postma & wf to Ervln D. Hulzenga & wf Ls 10 &11, Blk 3, South Addn, OC $1. Maria Van Waart, sgl to William T. De Boer Pt OL 3, North Soo Cen $9000. Glen Talsma & wf to Dick Hulleman Ls 7 & 8, Blk 20, Clpe $1. Harold J. Vander Laan &wf to Hubert J. Schmltz & wf Ls 11 & 12, Blk 25, Irtn $1. Gertrude Faye Starkweather, wdw to Sylvester Rensink & wf Ls 10 & 11, Blk 2,Bydn$l. Gerrlt John Miersma & wf etal to Paul J. Muenzenmay & wf Pt L 1, Adams Addn, Hull $1. Senard Altena & wf to Anthony Sieperda -etal- L 6'ft-Pt- L 3 in Aud Subd & Plat of Pt E| SE^ 32-96-45, Soo Cen $1. Peter Ver Mulm etal to Anthony Sieperda etal L 6 In Aud Subd & Plat of Pt Ei SE| 32-90-45, Soo Cen $1, Robert Hulzenga A wf to Peter W. Haak & wf L 4, Blk 9, Hulsman's Addn, Soo Ed Oro'tenhuls 1/2 Int In Pt Ls 1 & 2 & vac alley, Blk 6, First Addn, Hospers $1 6tto Bouma & wf to Randall L. Van Schepen & wf L 6, Blk 3, Bouma's addn, Hun $1 Wllllan Beltman & wf to Dennis J. Beltman Pt SE} 8-94-44 $1. Dick C. Mulder etal toMel- vin P. Von Arb & wf W * SE, SE'- 15; & Pt NE-t NE* 22; all 94-44 $9250. Ben Borgman, wdr to Al- vlna Maxine Wolfswinkel Pt Si NE-l 1-96-45 $1. Henry Mulder, etal, Extrs to Melvln P. Von Arb & wf 1/2 int In W* SEi SB-MS; & Pt NEj- NEi 22; all 9444 $9250 , NEW CASES FILED Probate 9917 Rodney Dean r> Jong, minor, Guardianship Probate 9918 Fred F. Vernon, deceased Probate 9919 John J. Hofmeyer, Jr., deceased Probate 9920 Lawrence J. Klein, deceased Probate 9921 Gertie Roo- zing, Conservatorshlp Probate 9922 H. E.McKen- ney, deceased DC 13921 Lou Van't Hof vs Far Mut Ins Assn (Law) DC 13922 Cent Trust Co vs James L. & Sandra Flikkema (Law) DC 13923 The IncCltyofOC la vs Bastlaan Vander Aarde etal (Quiet Title) (Streets In Vander Aarde's Addn, OC, la) NEW AUTOS Elizabeth C. Heuer, Hawarden, Chevrolet Arvln W. Kitchenmaster, Hawarden, Chevrolet Otis Radio Corp, Hawarden, Oldsmoblle John W. Dekkers, Hawarden, Oldsmobile Richard O. Hohlfeld, Hull, Pontiac Robert O. Paton, Hawarden, Ford. Tony Van Helden, Alton, Mercury. Adrain Van Hofwegen, Hull, Pontiac. Ronald L. Daale,Hawarden, Chevrolet Daniel N. Van Wyhe, Ire r ton, Pontiac .,:..Henry Van, Ginkel,- . Rock Valley, Chevrolet Kate Rosters, Hull, Chevrolet. William R. Beernlnk, Sioux Center, Chrysler Charles J. Penning, Qran- vllle, Pontiac. Leslie R. Kulken, Orange City, Chevrolet Henry Soodsma, Hull, Ford. Dennis Van De Maaten, Boyden, Ford. John Frlesma, Rock Valley, Chrysler. NEW TRUCKS Arlln Van Roekel, Sioux Center, Chevrolet Edwin Heuer, Hawarden, Chevrolet Herman Dykstra, Rock Valley, Ford De Wit Bros, Hull, Chevrolet Richard De Boom, Orange City, International Coop Gas & Oil Co, Sioux Center, Ford Tom O. De Jong, Alton, Ford Ernest Hollander, Matlock, Willys Services held for Mrs. H. Lubbers Funeral services were held for Mrs. Henry Lubbers on Monday afternoon at the American Reformed church with Rev. Alvin Hook officiating. Mrs. Arabella Slpma was the soloist. Pallbearers were Alfred Lubbers, Edward Lubbers, Ray Lubbers, Willard Lubbers, Henry O.Mouw, and Bernard Vander Aarde. Mrs. Lubbers died at the Orange City hospital on Thursday, Nov. 4, after a brief illness. The former Jennie Maasellnk was born June 2, 1884 at Oakland, Mich. She married Henry Lubbers on June 25, 1908 at Drenthe, Mich. Mr. Lubbers died in 1949. The family operated a drug store here for many years. She Is survived by one son, Howard, Tucson, Ariz., one ' brother, Ben, of Fla., one sister, Mrs. Hattie Moes, Zeeland, Mich,; three grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Library Week Bogaard nee(1 neeij I\VQ c You may enjoy being a sub- each dav^'i T. scrlber to one or more maea- f or t h p '' '™ asi zlnes at your home. But you m.trent S ls " p|t couldn't possibly subscribe to m value "' • all of the periodicals that might Interest you. You can, however, let your library fill the gap. The Orange City Public Library has many magazines In its collection. They are there for your enjoy mental no cost. CLOVERTEENS a* the Maurlc 23. Th and LornV Seventeen JUNIOR DUTCHETTES The Junior Dutchettes met in the Extension Office on Oct. 19 for their 4-H meeting. Tammy Jager called the club to order at 4:00 after lunch had been served by Kerri Aalberts and Kathi Winegar. The Pledge of Alligence was led by Carina Plender. Kathi Winegar took roll call: Namo one Nutrient that has teen added to a loaf of enriched bread. Items for business discussed then were "Possible New Members." Karyn De Boer led the 4-H Pledge with Sandra Bade followingwith recreation. Demonstrations "A recioe rnav advise a lower temperature when a dark pan is used, WHY?" by Carina Plender and "The costs of Oatmeal Cookies at the Store" by Julie Breese were presented then. Andrea Huibregtse gave the illustrated "They're your Teeth-Brush them right - Treat them right Eat food that's right. Debbie a good officer »- wre present,' TV,., were 1 P( , ,,y Ru|h ™ *J Louann Hawkins, *l The minutes Hart candidate forCoJ,? Wo olnrtod newjj «•" Prosident-Lo5 Wns, vice presldenll' k'e ^-risr Hubers historian-^' (11, and reporter- BJ Peursem. A demonstration „,,! cobbler was given by I Van Hoekel. Kathy e? v e a (lemonslraitol checkerboard sanij»'| c u| A delicious lunch JJ ved by Ruth Piendl Hulstein. Reporter-Ann Bucat; Stay in your car in bad weather! Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend on Wednesday evening to help their son, Danny, celebrate his 9th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte, Mr. and Mrs. Jake B. Vander Griend and Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw. : Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Breese and Julie went to Emmetsburg Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. A.H. Piper. Mr. Piper may be remembered by Orange Cityans as he attended the Tulip Festival every year for the past twenty years. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE ClTY,IOlJ AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, 1 and the official paper for the City of Orange C SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advamil $5 per year in Sioux and adjoining counties, $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. , \m '&wm 36th Year - No. 49 - November 11, You can bank at Northwestern State without ever leaving it! What could possibly be more convenient than our Auto-Banking Service? No more parking problems for you. Just drive right up to our drive-in teller's window and make deposits or withdrawals (cash checks, too) directly from your warm car seat. Best way yet to save yourself time, trouble and discomfort! Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts — Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts — Personal Loans — Safe Daposit Business Loans — Farm Loans -- Auto Loans Northwestern Sfafe Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F,D»K,C, 1969 CHEVROLET Caprice coupe, V-8, turbohydramal mint condition!! Cottonwood green with green"' 1967 CADILLAC De Ville sedan, loaded with all thett tras. Mint condition. , 1966 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. hardtop, V-8 auto,w« power steering and brakes, factory air condition 1 light blue with matching blue interior. M"' 1966 CADILLAC 4 dr. sedan, low mileage, factory power steering and brakes. , 1966 FORD Fairlane, 4 dr. sedan; 6 cyl. auto. 43,000 miles. Real Economy Car. 1966 MALIBU 4 dr. Sedan, clean as new, 6 cyl. s trans. Real Economy Car. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door hardtop, V-». matic transmission, radio. Eze-eye e la j s ' all 1965 CHEVROLET Impala 2-door sport coupe, V-^ matic transmission, power steering and D Factory air' conditioning. See this one beio 1964 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Sedan, V-8, auto, trans., g running condition, and priced to sell. 1963 CADILLAC 4 dr., has everything, enjoy for a low price. , rv a u| 1962 CADILLAC 4 dr. sedan De Ville, factory | loaded with goodies! PICK-UPS 1969 CHEVROLET |-ton pickup, 6 cylinder, 3-sJ transmission, radio, heater, overload v Sharp! 1969 CHEVROLET \ ton pickup, V-8, 3 sp. trans. H, D. springs overload, Sharp!! _, 0 toi 1961 JEEP pickup 3/4 ton, 4 wheel drive, near new 197u CHEVROLET Fleetstone |-ton pickup, 6 oj custom cab, radio, body side moulding, « ._. 4.. . A 1 I*. 1970 actual miles, FORD i-ton style side pickup, V-8, power steering, factory air conditioning. iatl«' 111 CHCVftOLET,

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