The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 11, 1971 · Page 3
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November 11, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 3

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|This bulletin board designed and made by Carol Haverdlnk and Bonnie Hosklns Bhelr 6th grade reading class can be seen In Mr. Boole's room. WISHING YOU A IAPPY THANKSGIVINI Pit* f Diane Brommer, a mint-teacher in M.rs. Koats room, a this bulletin board for the students. J. R. Sheridan Greg Klelnhessellnk think Its the greatest. met Home news tVm Molr's callers on |y were his daughter rank Brown and some jidchildren from Sa- ttoMouw went toVln- wa to help his daugh- husband, Mr. and Mrs. [»erdlnk celebrate their leddlng anniversary. •there Mr. Mouw and lna Hofmeyer accom- Ihe Rowerdink's to Dix- to visit in the George aar home. He and Mrs. >er returned home on Miss Minnie Stuevens from Matlock called on Miss Meyers Tuesday. Mrs. Guy Dykstra visited Miss Dora Dykstra and Mrs. Wm. Westra Monday. Sunday Mrs. Sarah Van Zee's visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Van Zee and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Van Zee and Darla from Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Muilenburg from Archer. IPS announces reduced rated Iowa Public Service Company announced today that they will reduce natural gas rates as a result of the reduction In the wholesale price of gas ordered by the Federal Power Commission. "Our staff has worked diligently in proceedings before the FPC to win reductions in wholesale gas prices and the news of this ruling is most welcome," said F. W. Griffith, president of IPS. The reduction ordered by the FPC and received at IPS yesterday involved an increase in rates by Northern Natural Gas Company last December. At that time, IPS rates were increased, effective January 10 according to a cost-of-gas adjustment clause cntained in the rate. IPS said that they will decrease their gas rates effective November 11. The company also said refunds would be made to their customers related to quantities of gas billed at the higher rates since last January. IPS said they regret to inform their customers that Northern filed April 26, 1971 for an additional increase in the wholesale cost of gas which was originally suspended until October 26, 1971, and further suspended until the expiration of the Presidential price freeze order, and will presumably go into effect after the price freeze is lifted, requiring an increase in gas rates. (Frank Vander Maten jaturday and Sunday in i of his daughter and Mr. and Mrs. La- footers. lerrlt De Vrles visited Percy Bylsmas at iday. Friday hehelp- Vrles, daughter I Harold De Vrles' of Slebrate her birthday. he went to Round Lake, to call on his son | De Vrles, who recently from a Sioux City Mrs. Herman Van om Sioux City called . Blanche Bouwmeister. ind Mrs. Robert Henny "den called on Mrs. i and Miss Mar- fer Sunday, N Mrs. Evan Retnders P'dren from Iowa City [on Mr, and Mrs. Evert p Sunday, Mrs. Florence R. Mouw underwent surgery at the Le Mars hospital last Thursday. Mrs. Cornelius Peters returned home on Tuesday after a month's trip to Europe. She also visited with her daughter and family theDuane Westenburg's in Wisconsin before returning home. The Bridge Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Grossman, Sr, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gebauer and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brock and family from Le Mars were guests Sunday in the Duane Poppen home in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema and Carolyn were supper guests on Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Otterloo at Rock Valley, Co. residents will receive letters, questionaires This letter and questionnaire will be sent to every resident In Sioux County on Nov. 18. IRTHWESTERN COLLEGE 'Roger De Young saxophone recital '•23 HEIDI Children's Theater Classic $.75 Adults $.50 High School $.25 Grade School z Public is urged to attend Sat, Nov. 20th NW College Concert Band and Stage Band Women's Volleyball Basketball Clinic You're in Chapel 8:00 p.m. Auditorium 18th-19th 10 a.m., 1:00 P.m. Auditorium 8;00 p.m. Spencer 4-.00 p.m. Aurella, la, •7-00 p.m. Local News Mrs. Andrew De Vrles and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Kraal of Holsteln were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kraai in Sioux Center. The first birthday of their twin daughters. Jody and Jamy, was celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. De Vries spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jerome Smith of Primghar. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Van Peursem, Diane, Keith and Robert were Saturday supper guests of Lucille and Phillip Van Peursem. The birthdays of Diane and Lucille were celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pronk Mr and Mrs. Ronald Pronk, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Pronk of Leota, Minn., attended the recital of Connie Van Peursem at Northwestern College on Sunday. After the recital they were guests of Edna Roelofs. Attending the NW Iowa Cal- vinette Council meeting from Platte and New Holland, S.D., were Mrs. Herman J. Ringling, Mrs. Ben Vanden Bos. Mrs. Ken Kredet and Mrs. John Botting. Mrs. Ringling a niece of Mrs. Chas. R. Mulder, called on her. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Struyk from Boyden were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arie M. Bomgaars. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema returned home last Thursday after a three week vacation to Michigan. Their daughter, Carolyn, returned to Orange City with them for the weekend, returning to Michigan again on Monday. A family dinner was held at the Bill Wobbema home in Sioux Center on Sunday evening. Mrs. Dick Haarsma returned home last Friday af, ter spending two weeks visiting with her children, the Wilbur Reinders family in Wilbur Reinders family in Des Molnes. Miss Mildred VerSteeg will be spending the weekend in Des Moines visiting with her Se and family, the Russell Korver's. Smaller communities program/manpower studies SIOUX COUNTY AREA RESOURCES SURVEY Dear Sioux County Residents: Members of Sioux County Economic Development Groups are beginning a full scale search for new business and industry for Sioux County. To enable us to attract firms from outside our area and to assist existing industries in their expansion plans, we .must have the facts they want to know about Sioux County. We are presently conducting an Area Resources Survey, which includes a manpower study of the human resources in Sioux County. To complete this survey, we are asking every one of you, 16 years of age and older to take a few minutes to complete one of the enclosed manpower questionnaires. Please return it in the enclosed self-addressed envelope. No postage is required. The Community Development Section of the Iowa Employment Security Commission has been asked to assist us in completing this survey. The statistics compiled from these questionnaires w.ll provide us with a complete picture of the human resources of our county, which will serve as our basic tool for attracting new business and industry. Don't lay this questionnaire aside just because you are presently employed and happy with your Job. We need your manpower facts to make this a complete survey. The results of this manpower study will benefit all residents of Sioux County. A few minutes of your time right how can be a big investment in your future and the future of your area. Sincerely, Stan DeHaan Sioux County Economic Development Committee COMMITTEE Dennis DeWild, Hull Ray Schreur, Alton Arnold Muehl, Granville Jim Vlieger, Maurice Thomas A. Lefever, Sioux Center Darrel Rensink, Sioux Center Bill Rush, Hawarden Bernie Schiefen, Hawarden Donald Nielson, Hawarden Bruce Anderson, Boyden Paul Van Engelenhoven, Orange City Freeman Faber, Ireton Harold Van Wettering, Hospers Bill Van Maanen, Rock Valley Requested data are furnished voluntarily by the respondent. NAME (Please Print) ADDRESS MANPOWER SURVEY Please Answer All Questions, (All Information is Confidential) ISES - 106 (Rev. 8-69> Last First Middle Initial Town PHONE NO. SEX: Male _ Female Street or Route No. EMPLOYMENT STATUS: EDUCATION: MARITAL STATUS: (Check one only) (Circle last year completed) (Check one only) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Unemployed High School Widow (er) College 1234567 Self-Employed. Housewife Student — Retired What job skills do you possess (through employment or training)? DESCRIBE YOUR PRESENT TOB - THEN LONGEST AND MOST IMPORTANT JOB: Name of job and describe what you did and how you did it Firm Name (Employer) Employer's Business Name of job and describe what you did and how you did it "Length of Job Firm Name (Employer) Employer's Business Length of Job If you farm, state the number of acres, Are you interested in a new job if a new industry would locate here? Yes Are you available for employment now? Yes If you are a student, what job will you be looking for at the end of this school year? Full-time Part-time Summer None If you have friends or relatives in or outside the area'who did not receive a questionnaire, list their names and addresses below. Address . Address THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 11, 1971-

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