Mrs. Lammert Hagens, Etta, Marlon and Grace were Friday evening visitors at the Gerrit Meyer home at Orange City. Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol was given a grocery shower last Monday evening at the Bob Eisma home near Ireton, by the Jasper relatives. Mrs. Ed Cleverlnga and Lloyd of Orange City attended church services here Sunday evening and afterward were guests at the John Van Es home. Mrs. PeterW. Hofmeyer, Billy and Peggy and Mr. Tom Smith went to St. Ansgar Saturday where they visited Miss Ila Hofmeyer. She then accompanied them to Rochester, Minn, where they visited Miss Darla Grotenhuls who underwent surgery there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw of Alton were recent Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Schuller home. Mrs. Robert Mouw andGlna were Friday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. John Van Kalsbeek in Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Geald Den Herder of Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Van Beek ofSloux Center were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Schuller home. The Christmas boxes for the six service people were packed and sent this past week. There were donations as follows: 13 dozen bars, 14 dozen cookies, 23 dozen pieces of candy, 6 gallons of carmel corn. Miss Beverly Schlebout Is returning to her home in Newkirk for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wle- kamp and Janice were Sunday evening after church guests at the Walter Wlekamp home at Sheldon. the Record DDEDS FILED Wlllard P. Den Herder, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Melvln Kruld, Hawarden, Mary S.*Eason, Orange City, F °Artella W. Bosch, Sioux Center, Ford. Gerrit De Boer, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Ray Rohlfs, Ireton, Ford. Henry O. Mouw, Orange City, Oldsmoblle. Daniel De Ruyter, Sioux Center, Ford. Richard Stuckenbruck, Sioux Center, Pontlac. Leonard D. Rozeboom, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. John Sjaarda, Ireton, Ford. Henry Hulst, Hospers, NEW TRUCKS Myron Coons, Ireton, Chevrolet. Assoc Milk Producers, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Tolman Welding & Mfg Inc. Orange City, Chevrolet (2). James C. Huygens, Hospers, Chevrolet. Jacks Feed Store, Inc.,Ireton, Chevrolet. Zevenbergen Plbg & htg, Hull, Ford. Richard E. Packard, Chatsworth, Dodge. Harold L. Vander Vliet, Sioux Center, Ford. Peter Lockhorst, Jr., Ireton, Ford. John C. Blom, Alton, Ford. Cornle Broek, Sioux Center, Ford. Services held for Henry Cammock Local A/w Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Welde and family, Mr, and Mrs, Jim Van Gorp and Mrs. LoisRenslnkwenHoMatlock on Sunday to help Albert Van Gorp celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Kulken of Hutchlnson, Minnesota, former residents of this community will observe their silver Wedding Anniversary on Friday, November 19. They had planned to celebrate the occasion by taking their children out to dinner that evening, but their daughters arranged a surprise reception for Sunday, November 14 In the Kulken home at 515 Juer- Kens Road. After a social hour during which the bride and groom of 25 years ago modeled their wedding attire, a dell- clous lunch was served from a very attractive buffet table. Hosting this event were the Kulken children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale (Phyllis) Hahn and Miss Donna Kulken both from Minneapolis and Paul at home. The Kuiken's were the recipients of many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei and several relatives from Maurice and Sioux Center attended along with many friends and neighbors from the Hut- chlnson area. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei spent the weekend with the Kuiken's returning home on Monday afternoon. Henry I. Cammock, 65, died at the Owatonna City hospital on Nov. 10. Mr. Cammock formerly lived In Orange City and was employed by R.E.C. He was born May 28, 1906 in Hawarden, la. Moved to Owatonna In 1949 and worked as a general foreman for Steele-Waseca Co-op Electric. He is survived by his wife, Gladys; three daughters, Mrs. Victor (Lorraine) Vogelaar of Sanborn, la., Mrs, Maurice (Dorothy) Christiansen of Sparks, Nev., and Mrs. John (Colleen) Beal of Montazuma; one son, David Michael at home; 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Services were held last Saturday. Mr. andMrs.GerrltWabeke visited In the home of John Kots at Maurice last Friday afternoon, Mrs, Gerrit Kroeze celebrate^ her birthday on Tuesday. That evening her children took her out to dinner, Those enjoying the dinner with her were Mrs. Marie Kroeze, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kroeze, Mrs. Lucy Jeltema, Mr. and Mrs. Marlnus Fedders, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Vlnk, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kroeze, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newendorp, Mr. and Mrs. Al De Haan, Mr. Gary Kroeze. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kroeze, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wlelenga, Mr. and Mrs. Dick R. Van Gelder. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hulsman, Mrs. Gary Kroeze and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vande Berg. Later a social evening was spent at the Steve Kroeze home. She also received long , distance calls from her brother and wife in South Holland, Illinois and from the Ken Vande Berg's at Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Willie Relnlger and Miss Helen Rozeboom attended the 25th anniversary of the Iowa Division of the American Cancer Society convention held in Des Molnes on Saturday, November 13. The Mary-Martha Circle of the First Reformed Church met on Tuesday evening for a potluck supper and Thanksgiving Meeting with their husbands as guests. Visitors Mrs. Joe in the Mr. and . from Hosperg, J ™ Henry Mulder from Orange City, Mrs. Bert a dinner went to Monday to attend tho f,"' of their brother Drost. Tney rel,, r ' N j Tuesday Evening. Mr. and Mrs, were guests 't n ii,™, , Vande Zamlschulp ' Tuesday evening, Mr. amlMrs.Wlllw lekamp and Mr, J, Arie Van Marel mre ' guests in trfe Mrs »» Van Marel home in L la. The celebrated " day of their Mr. and Mrs. «„, Kool fromWorthlngton! visited In the ho Henry Tulninga on Eight couples enjoyed Club at the home ol M, Mrs. Roger Mulder |«i on Saturday evening, Copr. Advertisers Exchange Inc. 1971 Bfcky Vander Laan (left), Jane Stewart and Laura Van Ommeren display silhouettes illustrating two fables they acted out In 6th grade social studies. They had this to sav about their project: "Aesop was a slave who lived in Greece .bout 3 000 vears ago. He became famous for the clever animal fables through which he showed the clever and foolish behavior of men. "We acted out two of the fablesv he made up when he was a slave." WEDDING LICENSES Mr. and Mrs, -Henry Bomgaars were Sunday afternoon guests at the Gary Bomgaars home at Gllrnore City. Mrs. Lammert Hagens, Marion, Etta and Grace were Sunday morning coffee guests at the James Brown home at Rock Valley and dinner guests at the Peter Bakker home at Luverne, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Scholten of Alton were Wednesday evening visitors at the Harry Vander Pol home. Mr. and Mrs, John C, Blom, John Carl and Craig left Friday noon for Greely, Colorado where they visited their daughter and family, the Daryl Vaas'. Their daughter, Heather, fractures a bone in her left leg the latter part of October and it must remain in a cast until Thanksgiving. Bonnie Hosklns' (left) and Junia Hassebroek's social studies project was the construction of a model of the Trojan Horse. They describe the horse's role as follows: "The Greek queen was captured by the Trojans. So the Greeks were fighting to get her back. "When they were about to give up Is when they decided to carve a giant horse, filled with many Greek Soldiers The Trojans saw the horse and accepted it as a gift. That night the soldiers climbed out and conquered the rlty. That event ended the war." Brad Tesch displayed his social studies project as f0ll °«The Greek buildings slowly crumbled away piece by piece. The building you see Is one of the Greek ruins "It is made out of little poles of wood, nailed to the board, then I molded clay around the poles.' 10--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 18, 1971 A Birthday party for Mr. Herman Van't Hul of Orange City was held Friday afternoon at the home of his daughter, the Kenneth Van't Huls. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van't Hul, Mrs. Howard Van Gorp, Mrs. Dennis Beltman and Paul of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Schaaf, Mr. and Mrs, Jake Van't Hul, Mr. and Mrs. John Ten Haken, Mrs. Willis Ten Haken, Mrs. Nellie Van't Hul, all of Hull, Mrs. Minnie Van Berkum of Carmel, and Mrs. Coba Vande Gaarde of Boyden. Unable to come were Mrs. Bill Van't Hul of Doon, Mr. Willis Ten Haken of Hull and Mr, John Van't Hul of Pipestone, Minn. Mrs. Jake Newendorp and daughter, Caroline of Sheldon and Mrs, August Jonker of Orange City were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. John Harmellnk, Sr. Sunday dinner guests a the James Cleveringa home were Mrs. Frank Bomgaars of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Top, Loren and David. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Koele of Orange City attended church Sunday evening with the Kenneth Van't Hof's and afterward were guests at their home, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vander Zwaag of rural Orange City were Sunday evening after church guests at the Anthony Van Oort home. North Addn, Rv $1. Bert Vant Hul, etal, Extrs to Kenneth Vander Stouwe & wf Ls 1 to 24, in Blks 10, 11 & 12, Perkins $18,500. Bernard W. Jungers & wf to Vernon Van Donslear & wf Pt NW^ NW-£ 7-95-43 $1. Vernon Van Donslear & wf to Gertie Van De Hoef Pt NW^ NW^ 7-95-43 $15,000. Gerrit Dykstra & wf to Gerrit Dykstra & wf L 3, Blk 1 in Aud Subd of OL 1, RV $ 1. Thomas I. De Jong etal to Gerald Van Es & wf L 34, Grant Addn, OC $10. Ray Klarenbeek etal to Ray Ardell Mulder & wf Pt L 4, Blk 11,RV$1. John J. Brower & wf to Nick Dolieslager & wf PtNW^ NW^- 7-95-43 $10. Dick Van Beek & wf to Dick Van Veek & wf E- 2 E-j 30-97-46 $1. Harold Schneider & wf to Harriet Van Batavia L 2 in Subd of Ls 2 & 3, Blk 2, Davidson's Addn, Hull $2500. Bernice Brownmiller & hs to Audley W. Dolphin & wf Pt Ls 1 & 2, Blk 6, First Addn, Hospers $1. William F. Vander Wal&wf to David W. Boonestroo Ls 50 to 54, Blk 3, Kooiker's Addn, Hull $1. Emery Justin Vlotho & wf to Emery Vlotho Farms, Inc. NW Frl. \ 5-94-46 $1. John Bosch, etal to Gertrude A. A. Vermeer & hs Pt Ls 3 & 5 & all L 4, Blk 33, N Soo Cen $23,500. Ellen Gray Grotenhouse, Extr to Toy Natl Bk, Soo City, Trustees 56% int in Ls 15 & 16, Lincoln Addn, OC$1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9923 Lena Johnson, deceased. Probate 9924 Gerhard Scholten, Conservatorshlp. DC 13925 Roy Knecht vs Harold Hulsteln (Law). Marriage Licenses Issued this week in Sioux County were as follows: Kenneth Bogaards, 21, Pella, Iowa; Shirley Hoogland, 19, Sioux Center, Iowa David Wayne Bonestroo, 22, Hull, Iowa; Diane Carol Jansma, 19, Doon, Iowa Arnold Klein, 36, Hospers, Iowa; Margaret Hofstra, 22, Hospers, Iowa Stanley Korthals, 21, Boyden, Iowa; Marlyn De Berg, 23, Boyden, Iowa. CANDIES $3.60 value $ 2" CARDS "When you care enough to send the very best" Come see the» fulbuys in store In | you to help make p Thanksgiving a I ler and happier,oi»,| Check your needst: —then make a [ age to The Villajdi for sure-to-sat!stj|| ducts at sure-to-sii LOW PRICES! Fresh Mixed NUTS 16 oz, tin The Ireton Booster Club enjoyed their Second Annual Employer-Employee Dinner on Friday evening. Approximately 250 were In attendance. Appearing on the program were Steve Lenters and his father, Rev. Harold Lenters with musical numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit L. Rens also attended the Banquet and Mr. Rens entertained with his magical act. Mrs. Ben Boone from Maurice and Mrs. Hattie Vande Brake called on relatives in Sheldon last Wednesday. Christmas Center * Trees and Home Decorations * CARDS & GIFT WRAP * Faberware - Sunbeam Appliances * Cameras - Radios - Tape Players * COSMETICS * SAMSONITE LUGGAGE * Typewriters - Adders Also Fresh Cashews Spanish Deluxe Mixes T& TURKEY m . FREE IIS* 1 ? NEW AUTOS Edwin J. Sneller, Sioux Center, Ford. Kenneth Kwikkel, Sioux Center, Ford, Marlene J. Den Herder, Sioux Center, Oldsmoblle. Gerald De Graaf, Alton, Chevrolet. John Kragt, Rock Valley, Oldsmoblle. Lyle R. Green, Hawarden, Ford. Ronald R, Heubrock, Hawarden, Ford. Robert W. Struthers, Hospers, Ford. R. W. Rozeboom, Sioux Center, Ford. Clarence Streff, Alton, Oldsmoblle. Wesley K. Bonnema, Hull, Plymouth. Walter M. Trelber, Hawarden, Oldmoblle. Kenneth Meyn, Boyden, Olsmoblle, Art L. Vande Berg, Sioux Center, Ford. Harry J. Lankhorst, Hawarden, Oldsmoblle. Larry De Zeeyw, Hull, Ford. Bob A. Feekes, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Marian W. Meoller, Hawarden, Oldsmobile. by Martha Logan Q. Whut does "deep busted" mean? A. Special basting juices are added deep inside the Butterball Swift's Premium Turkey where hand basting cannot reach. The exclusive deep hasting vegetable oil recipe does not alter the good flavor but assures a perfection of tenderness and juiciness. 1 Camera Clinic We will check your camera, flash & projector. Be ready for holiday picture season I TIMEX WATCHES Order $T95 f • & up We repair and service Time* Largest selection at The VILLAGE Photo Greeting Today 50 Folder GOT Cards Q. Is it necessary to hand haste u turkey? A. No. The fat or drippings cannot penetrate the skin to give the turkey any added flavor or moisture. However, rubbing the skin surface of the bird with shortening at the beginning prevents drying and aids in the browning of the turkey. Q. How should you treat •what's left of the roast turkey? A. Leftovers should be refrigerated or frozen. To Refrigerate: Remove stuffing. Turkey may be refrigerated whole or meat stripped from the bones. Cover stuffing, turkey meat and gravy. Use within 3 to 4 days. To Freeze: Turkey meat may be wrapped and frozen. Use within 2 months. Stuffing may also be wrapped and frozen. Use within 1 month. § Replaceable Blades JREMINGTON ELECTRIC _ 4 SHAVER Toy -land Gift Monday Nltes Open Nov. 26 ^VILLAGE DRU C &n ,- m .., ,„__.-..,, -,..^ a _^ ija , ^p AN'-'
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