The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 18, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1971
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X-ray fund drive is now on third grade class of Arlo Mullenburg at M-OC have a map of Orange City rppt The map was made by all the class and are displayed In the hallway. Kllnghagen shows where The Capital office Is and Chris Amundsen shows . the Town Hall Is located. NEWS ******* loul News Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake, Mrs. John Brink and Mrs. John Hofmeyer visited in the Dick Doornink home at Sioux Center on Tuesday afternoon. - from a distance to fin Van Peursem were Jlrs. Alfred Popma of Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. ipark of Missouri (la.. Mrs. Salle, Mr. I carlton VanPeur- froodstock, Minn., Mr. 1 Stanley Van Peur- |Buffalo Center, la., 1 Mrs. Gerald Spark ._, Mrs. Henry Van Bioux Falls. jiroenhout of Hospers J Church had charge Irvlce on Sunday. Mr. laltzer was pianist, lander Ploeg sang a &. loraHeemstra'svisi- Jere Mr. and Mrs. ILangerack from Ma; Dak., Mr. and Mrs. lorter from Inwood, jnry De Groot and of Sioux Center, Mr. , John Van Pelt of Jr. and Mrs. Harry land Miss Dora Dyk- I Alice Blom spent a |s in the home of her •the John Lyftogt's at [and Mrs. Maze and Mrs. John Fennema lUton called on Mrs. Stronks on Sunday iZwarts callers were 'i Mrs. John Van.Beek, eton, Mr. Ben Hanne|, Mrs. John Van Beek, 1 Alice. Odilo Kashmitter of frails, Mrs. Anna Vor- Irom Alton and Mrs. |Vortherms from Gran- Hslted Mrs. Mary Hent- iSunday. [ Tony W. Vander Wilt, terry Dykstra of Sioux land Mrs. Cornie Blom [isltors of Mrs. Sloth- day. |Henry Muilenburg and hters from Sheldon, lobert Dalge from Sioux ' and Mrs. Dorothy Bon from Manhatten I visited Miss Ann De 1 Monday, Jmembers of the First ped Church here want : the Couples Club of Church for bringing box of nice fruit. [Clarence Van Heuke- JNewkirk called on Mr, Is, John Brower on Wed- Dutchette 4-H Club 1 all the residents with [ and candies on Friday Mrs, Milton Bo- pccompanled them. W Newt Nnd Mrs, John Vander I from Leota, Minnesota t, and Mrs, Junior Van- |aten and Jill from Ed- Minnesota were Sun- Nnlng supper guests in Ime of Mrs, Stella Note- . Harold Westerman and |WUUam Poppema from palled at the home • Albert Sprik; last Wed|y afternoon, They also °n Mrs. Hattie Oordt f Heritage House, aid Jacobs, son of Mr. Adrian Jacobs left [Thursday for Germany " »e Will spend 4-6 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. bbers who are statlon- Miss Mattie Peuse, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Van Berkum,Mrs. Jennie and Miss Henriette Kamstra of Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Hulst of Sheldon, Mrs. John Dolphin and Mrs. Paul E. Ebel from Primghar visited Mr. Evert Roelfsen on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. August De Boer also visited him. Mr. John Van Zanten of Alton visited Mrs. Maggie Lyftogt on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Bowers and Mrs. Harry Bras of Alton visited Mrs. Mary Hentges. Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen in celebration of the birthday of Bruce Van Aartsen and Mrs. John Bonnema of Sioux Center were Mr. and Mrs. John Bonnema and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bonnema and family of Storm Lake. Guests in the home of Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake last Friday afternoon were Mrs. Ann Noteboom, Mrs. Dora Van Gelder and Mrs. John Brink. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beernink from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink were Sunday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Vander Maten. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Gordon Pottebaum, Nov. 9. Beth Sill, Nov. 10; Mary Hammerstrom, Nov. 10; Susan Stewart, Nov. 11; Jerry Bloemendaal, Nov. 14; Mrs. Harry Kroeze, Nov. 14 REMSEN Joseph Lovely, Nov. 11 SIOUX CENTER Arie Punt, Nov. 11; STRUBLE Mrs. Frank Lehrman, Nov. 11 GRANVILLE Marcel Klein, Nov. 12 IRETON Mrs. Ted De Jong, Nov. 14; William Dittmer, Nov. 15 MAURICE Mrs. DeOrr Cose, Nov. 14; Peter De Jager, Nov. 15; Ivan Schrelner, Nov. 15 ALTON Mrs. Schuler Tucker, Nov. 15 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. John De Boom, Nov. 11; Mrs. Gordon Pottebaum ans son, Nov. 12; Susan Stewart, Nov. 12; Hattie Ekdom, Nov. 12; Mrs. Peter Vander Wei, Nov. 13 ROCK RAPIDS Gary Vogel, Nov. 10 LE MARS Mrs. Gregory Schlichte, Nov. 10 ALTON Bert Reuter, Nov. 11 REMSEN Mrs. Ernest Pedders and son, Nov. 11 GRANVILLE Edward Ahlers, Nov. 11; Marcel Klein, Nov. 15 MAURICE Mrs. Jake Hoekstra, Nov. 12 STRUBLE Mrs. Frank Lehrman, Nov. 12 HULL Jessie Miersma, Nov. 12 SIOUX CENTER Arie Punt, Nov. 15 A combination mall and per- sdnal solicitation campaign to raise $17,000 to pay the balance due on the hospital X-ray modernization project began Monday, November 15. At a committee meeting on Monday morning, Mr. John Stander of Orange City presented a $1,000 check to the drive fund given by Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Popma of Boise, Idaho as a memorial to his mother, the late Mrs. Martin Van Peursem of Orange City. Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator at Orange City, Iowa.) Corn LOO Oats 6 ° Soybeans ........ 2.82 Top Hogs I 9 - 00 Top Sows 17 ' 00 District court •The Estate of Francis M. McNamarA paid the sum of $86.51 In partial payment of Inheritance Tax due. Final Reports were filed in the folllowing estates and they are now closed: Estate of Arthur J. Vande Steeg, Estate of Helena Kurtenacker, Estate of Margaret Kurtenacker, Estate of Anna Schwebach. Warren Electric Co. has received judgment by Default against Smith Electric Co. and Willard Smith In the amount of $1,585.51 on a verified account, with interest at 5% and court costs. By transcript from the Mayors Court of Hawarden, Milo David Engebrltson has been charged with O.M.V.U.I. committed on October 19, 1971. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and was placed under $500.00 cash bond and bound over to District Court. Date for hearing has not been set. The Popmas, who were here to attend Is mother's funeral, Indicated that they were very appreciative of the care his mother had received while hospitalized and that this gift was away to show his gratitude and to help In maintaining a modern, well equipped hospital here. Dr. Popma Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Popma of Orange City and was born and educated here. After attending medical school he spent much of career In cancer research. At one time he Roy Knecht has filed suit against Harold Hulsteln, asking for Judgment In the amount of $107.00 plus Interest and costs. Plaintiff alleges Hul- steln vacated the house he was renting and owes a balance of rental in the amount of $65.00. Also that damages to the linoleum are in the amount of $42.00. American CyanamidCo.has filed suit against Verne E. Lewis of Hawarden. Plaintiff alleges that defendant Is indebted to him for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to him in the amount of $294.59. Petition for Administration of the Estate of Nina Feekes was filed for probate. Ted. W. Feekes was appointed Administrator. Bond was waived by the Court. served as President of the American Cancer Society. He was not able to spend too much time here as he was scheduled to make several addresses to medical conventions In Hawaii this week. More than 1000 letters urging contributions to this drive were mailed Monday and by Wednesday morning over 80 contributions had arrived by mall. The drive chairman, Glllls Haverdlnk of Orange City, stated, "We hope for almost 11% reponse since the entire area has a genuine Interest In local hospital facilities." . Tickets on sale for Fund Raising dinner Mr. and Mrs. Arie Schlm- mel of Sioux Center were named Co-Chalrmen of County wide ticket sales for the Republican Fund Raising Dinner featuring Senator Jack Miller to be held at the Dordt College Gym Auditorium on Monday December 6, 1971. In Orange City, the local ticket committee will be headed by Mrs. Alice Van Roekel. All requests for tickets may be directed to her. The dinner will begin at 6s 30 • followed by a public meeting at 8:00 p.m. All Interested persons are welcome and urged to attend this meeting. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. returned home last Friday after spending a week visiting with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nikkle at Sully, Iowa. AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advance, $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. 36th Year - No. 51 - November 18, 1971 *&**x»&xx#^^ uwra WAY TO 60 IN SNOW 4-Ply Nylon Cord tires FamousQualrty Sure-Grip ]T...Built Deep to Bite Deep ifcty The Tradition of Freedom . . . Our Cherished Legacy SIZI 6.00 X 13,7.00 XlJ or 6.95 x 14 tubeleis blickwall plus 11.60 to 1195 Fed. Ex. Tax per tin ut old tin • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction • Double shoulder cleats for grip and go • Full four ply <l\'n THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGUS* TIRES 3 WAYS •J-Q |~ Mobil Card L CHARGE master charge v^ 5 "'';'«? Freedom Is a tradition in our great nation. From the earliest beginnings, the courage of our Pilgrim forefath- ers made It possible. The will and faith of our people have kept It alive. It will remain ours with vigilance and dedication. So - the past, the present and the future are Inextricably woven together. Through freedom. Today we give thanks for this precious legacy. We remember and cherish our tradition. We pray that freedom will become the inalienable right of all nations. 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 Deposit Business Loans - Farm Loans - Auto Loans ABOVE BANK CREPIT CARDS HONORED AT GOODYEAR SERVICE feTORE? AND MOST GOODYEAR DEALERS. Foreman's Tire Sento Northwestern State Bank Phone 4134 Office at Maurice IIIIIVIIIIUIIINIUNIUIillllllllllllllUIIII ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C, THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 18,

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