The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 25, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 25, 1971
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Mrs Norm Bastemeyer displays a knitted Christmas stocking; and Mrs. Paul Van Engrtonhown a candle holder that consists of an antiqued Insulator. Pioneer Home news Miss Dora Dykstra and Mrs. Gertrude Westra visited in the John Korver and Henry Vande Weide homes recently. The following residents expect to be in various places on Thanksgiving Day: Lou Branrisma with the Lammers family at Sioux Center; Gerrit Do Vries with the George De Vries at Round Lake, Minn; Herman Vander Maten at the Lavern Grooters home in Boyden; Abe Van Peursem at the Lowell Mouws home in Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. E. Reinders in the Delbert Popma home; Mrs. Minnie Huisman in the Joe Kleinhesselink home; Mrs. G. Engbers in the Mrs. Christina Nibbelink home; Mrs, Al Giesen in the Lloyd De Jong home; Mrs. Jennie De Jong with the Rowenhorst family at the town hall in Orange City; Mr. Otto Mouw a supper guest in the Alfred Mouw home in Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal will spend Thanksgiving Day in the La Verne Plagge ffrome in Fort Dodge. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraai drove to Newell to make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Jacki Lynn Kraai. Miss M;ible Kraai accompanied them. Gerrlt De Vries visited the B. Buffingtons at Hawardenon Tuesday, the Harold De Vries at Hull on Sunday. He will spend Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the George De Vries home at Round. Lake, Minn. Mark Van Peursem from Iowa City called on his grandfather, Mr. Abe Van Peursem Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. H. Walraven and Mrs. Jennie Johnson from Gayvllle, Iowa called on Mrs. Jennie De Jong. Mrs. De Jong returned from the hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roghair returned home on Saturday after attending the 35th anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roghair in California. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel stayed with the Roghair children In their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ver Steeg will be spending the holiday weekend with their son, the Dr. and Mrs. Jackson Ver Steeg family in Des Moines. The Slebersma family will have a Thanksgiving family dinner at the Shelter House at Veterans Park on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Faber arrived last Friday from Escondido, California to spend approximately 10 days visiting with relatives and friends in this vicinity. They also came to visit their son who is a student at Dordt College. Mark Van Peursem from Iowa City is spending a week visiting in the parental Willard Van Peursem home. Dinner Kuests on Thanksgiving Day in the home of Mrs. Ed Van Tubergen will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller and boys from Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Van Tubergen and Nancy from George, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Tubergen and family from Hospers and Dorothy Harmelink. Enjoying dinner on Thanksgiving day at the Lowell Mouw home in Spencer will be Mr. Abe Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse, Lynne, Evan, and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Peursem, Markj'Klm and Ward,-Miss Julie Mackey from Hawarden and Dr. and Mrs. Duane Peuse from Hoi- stein. ADMISSIONS LE MARS Mrs. Gerald Wurth, Nov. 18 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Ed Schreur, Nov. 18; Mrs. H.K. De Jong, Nov. 19; Ella Vande Grlend, Nov. 20; Albert Roos, Nov. 21; Mrs. Gerrlt W. Rosters, Nov. 21; Charles Rorex, Nov. 21 STRUBLE Frank Lehrman, Nov. 19 HOSPERS Mrs. Bernard Portz, Nov. 20 IRETON Mrs. Peter Elsma, Nov. 22 MAURICE Mrs. Frank Kruld, Nov. 22 DISMISSALS IRETON Wm. Dittmer (died) Nov. 17 MAURICE Ivan Schrelner, Nov. 17j Mrs. DeOrr Cose, Nov. 20; Peter De Jager, Nov. 21 STRUBLE Frank Lehrman, Nov. 19 REMSEN Joseph Lovely, Nov. 19 ORANGE CITY Beth Sill, Nov. 19; Mrs. Harry Kroeze, Nov. 22; Mary Hammerstrom, Nov. 22 GRANVILLE Mrs. Al Schwarz, Nov. 19 ALTON Mrs. Schuyler Tucker, Nov. 21 Services held foe Mrs. Bart Jacobs Funeral services were held tot Mrs. Bert Jacobs, 76, on Start* Nov. M. atjheFirst Reformed church with Rev, R, R, Van Heukelom and Rev. Alvln Elssens offlelaHn*. Mrs, Jacobs died In a Sioux City hospital on Wed,, Nov. 17 • She was born on March 3, 1896 at Hospers and married Oct. 18, 1918. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs farmed In the Orange City and Sheldon areas until their retirement In 1961. She Is survived by her widower j son, Chris of Van Nuys, Calif.! dauRhters, Mrs. Gerhard (Bernlce) Scholten of Sheldon, Mrs. Melvln (Marcla) Block of Grosse Point Farms. Mlch.j Mrs. John (Henrietta) Sanders of Columbus, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Cleverlnga of Sioux Center, Mrs. Cornle Renslnk of Hospers, Mrs. James Bosma of Hull. Special music was furnished by Mrs. Clifford Mouw and Mrs. Gerald Korver. Pallbearers were Henry Clev- erlnga, Henry De Boer, Willlam Peuse, Bob Porte r^ Richard Sauer and John Graves. Interment was In Westlawn Cemetery under the Van Etten Funeral Home. local Hem A family gathering will be held In the Tom Wlerda home on Thanksgiving Day. Their guests will be Dr. and Mrs. Charles Smlt from Wabasha, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. John' Klelnhessellnk, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Draayer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Anderson and family both from Ireton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klelnhessellnk and family from Le Mars, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klelnhessellnk and family from Newklrk and Mr. and Mrs. George Kleln- hessellnk and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jasper and family. One of these pretty girls will be available to.type;your blood at Bazaar on Dec. 3 at the Town Hall. The hours will be 10:00 a.m. to S-. will be closed from 12:00 to IsOO. There will be no charge. Pictured l-r, Ogren, Jan Schulte, LeAnn Hulzenga and Carla De Boer. Mrs. Enno Wlelenga, Tammy and Terry from Santa Maria, California are visiting In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wlelenga. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wabeke visited with Bas Mullenburg at Ireton on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. VlrgilHaver- dlnk and family from Ankeny and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hlghstreet from Spencer will arrive on Wednesday evening and will be overnight .guests and Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Verdoorn. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wlers- ma and family from Baudette, Minnesota are visiting with friends and relatives In this area. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Vlsser from Grand Rapids, Michigan and Mr. David Scott Rlkkers from Montague, Michigan will spend Thanksgiving In the Howard Stephens home. Mr. Wilbur Wlelenga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wle- lenga, from Fullerton, Colorado arrived the early part of j the week to visit with his I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon De, Haan and Mr. and Mrs. Au-j gust De Boer from Alton we re' Sunday afternoon visitors In the Lou J. Wlelenga home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vel- llnga and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Velllnga drove to Sioux City on Sunday afternoon to visit with Jeff Klopfensteln who underwent surgery on Saturday evening. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Fedders In Le Mars will be Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fedders, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bonnecroy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnecroy, Jim and Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meen- derlng, Mr. and Mrs.B Vander Aarde, Mr, , Cornle Verdoorn a nd R Mrs. Larry VerdotJ Laura both from Asht OB , . Mrs. Henry DeKria,. tertalned the Bridge Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ka- nls and family from St. Joseph, Missouri will arrive on Wednesday evening and be house guests of the Franklin Vogel family, returning to their home again on Friday. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE C1TY,IOW A AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa' , and the official paper for the City of Orange City,.j 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' a 97-year tradition of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED In the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives. 36th Year - No. 52 - November 25,1911 Pay the 'Write' Way TO KEEP MONEY MATTERS WELL IN HAND, OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT Keep your money in your pen! Pay bills the safe, time-saving way, with a Checking Account at this bank. Makes your "bookkeeping" easier, too ... your cancelled checks are your record and receipt for every bill paid. Call on us whenever we can be of service " of these ways in Orange City The Christmas Tree City invites you to enter the Christmas Tree Decorating Contest The Orange City businessmen are de- effort to make Orange City the Christmas corating their stores with Christmas trees. Tree City by decorating a tree outside of The Orange City Municipal Utilities en- your home, courages you to join in the community Rules: Savings Accounts - Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts - Personal Loans -- Safe Deposit Business Loans — Farm Loans -- Auto Loans Northwestern State Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C, 1. Open to all residents of Orange City. 2. Trees to be decorated may be either growing trees or trees placed on open porches,'lawns, or other conspicuous places. 3. Any type of decoration and/or lighting is acceptable. 4. The trees will be judged on: beauty, originality and creativity, effort, and setting. 5. Judging will be done on the nights of the 20th and 21st between 7 and 11 p.m. 6. You may enter the contest by giving your name when called by a member of the Phi Beta Lambda business club of Northwestern College, or by filling in the attached registration and placing it in the box in the Northwestern State Bank, or by mailing it to the Chamber of Commerce office, Orange City, Iowa, 7, Deadline for entrance, December 10, 8, Decorations should be displayed and lighted from 6-10 p.m., December 10-December 31, Sponsored by Orange City Chamber of Commerce Orange City Municipal Utilities Prizes: 1st Prize» $ 25 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Ten 4th Prizes of $ 5 eoch Chamber of commerce City Hall; O,C. Yes, I wish to join in the, tree decorating contest to nev Orange City the Christmas n Name 2—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 25,

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