The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 25, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 25, 1971
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District court M -a. Di'tiny Punt do I Grossman, jr, shows M.irv Vogpl holds Irvine o;il. scribes a burlap anRnl to The CAPITAL reporter as Mrs. E. off a stark, painted branch on wliich hang decorated spools; a plate cover designed to keep cookies or sandwiches from Mrs. Wilma Klopfensteln arrived on Sunday to visit her son, Jeff, who underwent surgery at the St. Joseph hospital in Sioux City on Saturday evening. He had become ill on the way home from Iowa State University in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ka- steln from Steen, Minnesota were Sunday callers in the Herman J. Vander Maten home. Their son, Peter, who had Just returned home from the Army also accompanied them. Petition was filed for the Administration of the Estate of Alfred Van De Stouwe, Freeman Van De Stouwe of Hull was appointed Administrator without bond. Petition for Administration of the Estate of Sadie Tor- welle, late of Hawarden, was filed for Probate. William L. Torwelle was appointed Administrator, and bond was waived. Final Reports have been filed in the following estates and they are now closed: Estate of Henry Vlsser, Estate of Herman Frederick Woelber, Estate of Cornelius Peters, Estate of Johanna Reekers, Estate of Anna H. Dykstra, Estate of Roy E. Nelson. Dr. W.C. Boden was granted Judgment in the amount of $52.50 against Virgil Peckand Clara Peck. Court costs are also to be paid by the Defendant. JoAnn Barr was granted a dissolution of Marriage from Robert Barr on Nov. 15, 1971. The custody of the three minor children was awarded to Petitioner JoAnn Barr. The Respondent shall pay child support of $100 per month for each child through the Office of the Clerk of District Court. Petitioner was given title to their residence property in Hawarden, Iowa. Dennis Dean Borchers was charged by the Grand Jury with the crime of "Larceny of Domestic Animals." He allegedly did steal and re- move from the premises, 20 head of heavy cattle from the property of Ronald Becker and David Becker of rural Maurice. Date for hearing has not been set. Verlyn Ray Vrlesen has been charged by the State of Iowa with the crime of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of an Al- chohollc beverage. Date of hearing Is to be set. Milo David Engebrltson of Hawarden has been charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle while Under the Influence of an Alcoholic Beverage, said crime committed on October 19, 1971. Leonard Louis Dietz was found guilty of the crime of OMVU1 (Second Offense) on October 30, 1971. There was no fine—but court costs were charged to the defendant and his drivers license will not be reinstated for one year. The Last Will and Testament of Mary F. McManaman was filed for Probate. Patrick H. McManaman and Michael J. McManaman were appointed executors. The Estate of Paul C. Heffernan paid the sum of $2414.64 in partial payment of State Inheritance Tax. American Cyanimd Co. filed suit against Ed Driesen of Rock Valley asking Judgment In the amount of $516.79 with Interest and costs of this action. Deft, is allegedly indebted to plaintiff for merchandise sold and delivered to him In 1970. The Last Will and Testament of Jennie Lubbers, late of Orange City, was admitted to Probate and Record. Howard Lubbers was appointed Executor, without bond. Dutch Treat week at NW College Dutch Treat Week will be held at Northwestern College starting Sunday, Coke dates will be held at the Union after church services, Monday night at 7:15 p.m. the cor- natlon will be held In the Chapel with a "early 1950" dance In the gym from 8:30 until 10:00 p.m. Tuesday a free day. Wednesday night everyone Is encouraged to attend the Community Christmas Sing at the college auditorium. Thursday a free day. Friday night TV games will be played In the Chapel. Saturday Northwestern playsSlmp- son College. The girls dorm with the most points wins the contest. *&.^» HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Lowell Ten Clay recital Nov. 30 Mr. Lowell Ten Clay will present a Senior Recital on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 8:00 P.M. in the Northwestern College Chapel. Assisting him in the recital will be several members of the music department. Mr. Ten Clay, a senior from Rock Valley, Is currently tea- chine music in the Intern program at Sheldon High School. He plans to graduate in December. His program will include the well-know Brahms CLARINET SONATA IN F MINOR. Miss Judy Van Wyk, soprano will appear with him in Schubert's "SHEPERD ON THE ROCK." Mr. Ten Clay is a student of Associate Professor Herbert Ritsema, who will accompany him at the piano. Helen Jasper from Ireton and Martha Jahn of Maurice called on Mr. Fred Vander Hamm on Friday. Mr. Henry Bos' visitors for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Hartogof Artesla.Cal.. Mr. and Mrs. William Bos of Albert Lea, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bos of Hollandale, the Henry Koldenhoven family of Colorado Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Koldenhoven of Sanborn, Mr. Henry Bos of Hartley, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koldenhoven of Hollandale. Mrs. Joe Koldenhoven made several lap robes for the residents which they enjoy very much. Mrs. H.J. Schalekamp and Mrs. Wm. Schalekamp of Sioux Center called on Mrs. Gerrlt Noteboom on Friday. Rev. Arthur De Hoogh had charge of the service on Sunday night. For special music there were two quartets. The men's was Howard Hop, Ron De Jong, Lee De Haan and Henry Huitlnk. The boy's consisted of Mark and Barry Vermeer, Dennis Buurman and Norlan Van Corp. Rev. De Hoogh also sang a solo and Marlon De Haan was the pianist. Mrs. George Westra of Sioux Center and Mrs. Walter Van Meeteren of Edgerton called on Mrs. Maggie Lyftogt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Sloth- ouber of Boyden visited Mrs. Albert Slothouber on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Heemstra's visitors for the week were Mrs. G. Dorhout, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Van Gelder, Mrs. Dora Haarsma, Mrs. Albert Relnders, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur De Hoogh, Mr. Frank De Jong, Mr. Gerrit De Vries and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kroeze. Mr. and Mrs. Heinle Krogman of Alton visited Mrs. Mary Hentges on Sunday. Mrs. Markus Muilenburg of Alton and Mrs. Henry Noordhoff visited several residents on Sunday. Young people of Trinity Church were here to lay witness and sing on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Surksum and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Poppema of Hospers called on Mrs. Hattle Oordt on Sunday. ^7^ .1—^4. y / •s, Harold Pals and Mrs. Orville Dorschner show ,r of the knitted handicrafts that will be on sale at Hospital Auxiliary on Dec. 3rd. These purses and Htttnj Ings are just a few of the delightful things that |l hp available in the Town Hall. Lower Study Response to hospital Unx* Tom page i) drive gomg wel I THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS WORTH OF FREE GIFTS will be given away by Orange City Merchants this Christmas Season Register in every store All information con- on the questionnaires mfidential and will be Sled only by personnel thelowaEmploymentSe- ty Commission, le manpower study is pair! for with federal available to Sioux County jr the Smaller Comities Program of the U.S. irtment of Labor. le results of the survey » used by local develop- groups in an effort to let new business and into the Sioux County and to help existing [nesses and industries to ind, We need everyone's par- otion in this survey," DeHaan. "It takes only w minutes of your time impleto and return a ques- kire. It could be a small, I good investment, in the p of this area by pro- Jig more and better job? pur local residents, broart- |B our tax base, and pro- pg more and better com- services through fu- j economic expansion." IOTICES ro willbeaYWCA meet- i Monday, November 29 1:00 p.m. at Mrs. H. Van Bsen's home. The program "Sharing Christmas Hie Unity Auxiliary will a bake sale at Woud- J's in Orange City this jnesday, Nov. 24th begln- Hp.m. , ' • • « ( j film will be shown at the |er Avenue Alliance Church I 16 "7:30 p.m. service, Sun|evening, November 28 en"God Owns My ess." This is the life of Stanley Tan. The is cordially invited to i this service. According to members of the Hospital Expansion Committee the drive for $17,000 to pay all outstanding bills incurred in the X-Ray department modernization was at the half-way mark on Wednesday morning. Gillls Haverdink, drive chairman stated, "We are very encouraged by the response to our appeal and believe there is a possiblity of reaching our goal. The mail each day brings in additional checks and Alton, Granville and Maurice are again giving a great deal of support to this drive." Asked as to the size of the average contribution, he stated, "It is difficult to answer that at the moment. The checks received by mail have varied from $1 to $100. There have been many $10 and ?zu checks so I suppose this would be in the average range. We still hope that we will receive almost a 100% response to our appeal and, if we do the drive should be successful." Mary Hofland recital on December 5 Mrs. Mary Hofland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bogaard will give her Senior Violin Recital Sunday, December 5 at 3:00 p.m. in the College Chapel. Miss Rebecca Breese will be accompanying on the harpsichord and piano, and Miss Grace Peterson, flu- tut will be assisting, me " ' will include the first rangela • *^ O. *^ OttH on the * letter to Santo f Christmas Tree \ Se * tie trees in store.,. J. &e the trees in yard; on porches street and the f,,ii t store widows Ml of attractive gifts .L—* 1 -i -^l S\YI i \ — » •" ********************* coming CM ft, and Mrs. Tom Note- P and family and Mr. John IBlaauw win be Thanks- l"6 D «y dinner guests in IJiome of Mr, and Mrs. C. i Zanten. F- and Mrs. Henry Anker 1 South Holland, Illinois B Monday morning callers Phome of Mr, and Mrs. ft Revestein Debussy, and Prokofief.] is from the studio of Mrs Wayland Breese and cordially invites the public to attend. Local Hem Mr and Mrs, Gerrlt J. Mouw were Sunday afternoon visitors in the John Mouw home at Melvin. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Moret will be Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Rensink ^ Boyden. with candy for the kids These prizes will be given away 5*5 •» **~ ** —"* £ Merchants are jfc giving away tickets worth Kraal Furniture Register each week Standard Parts DX Station Register each week Ron's Deep Rock Phillips "66" Damar Implement O & M Clover Farm Northwest Implement Sioux Feed Rons Motor Sales The Democrat The Stable Korver 5 & 10 S&L at Mr and Mrs. Adrian De Haan,'Diane and Sandra from Marshalltown arrived on Wednesday evening to spend he Van Gelder Jewelry Northwestern State Bank Register each week, drawings 4 Fridays Fashion Shop Dutch Oven Drawings for 3 weeks 1st week - potted floor plant 2nd week - Samsonlte Card table and 4 chairs 3rd week - grandmother clock $10 mdse, 1st week, wheel allghnment 2nd week, 25 gallons gas 3rd week, grease & oil job Set of tools 100 gallons gas • Farm toys $15 mdse Farm toys Animal health products 100 gallons gas 3 family pictures $100 mdse 4 poinsettla plants Electric blanket, Fondue set, Men's cuff links set $60 mdse $150 In prizes Coast to Coast Lazy Susan, magazine rack, fishing reel, electric drill National Food 1st week, Presto Hand Mixer Register each week for 2nd week, Sunbeam Steam Iron Saturday drawings E & J Variety Quality Radio & Recording Register each week The Music Manor Register each week Dyke ma Register each week L & K Clothing Register each week $25 gift certificate 3 names each week for $2 mdse and Mrs. Herman cup of ^//{CC Ct/rrpfc JK-.J —Swings for 3 weeks * re * Kes " awe "° l "'°" - .....* JB, at any 0,C, Cafe §«^ *^ , _ . ,^^**************************^,******< * jMiaMM**'**^ \7r-ac^VA\jl WV ^ . 1^-^ V/ i '•** '-^H ' /\ Ir ^> \ *™9 m mmm TOE SJOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 85, 1971-3 Franks Shoe Store Village Drug Dutch Mill Pharmacy Super Valu Kreykes Hdwe 3rd week, 3 piece casserole set 4th week, Panasonic digital clock radio Free nylons for 1 year, 1 pr per mo.j 1 set of perma press sheets 8 track tape player Stereo Album for 4 weeks 1st week, set bed sheets 2nd week, blouse " 3rd week, pant suit Dec. 4 drawing, I pair Haggar double knit slacks Dec, 11 drawing, 1 pair Haggar double knit slacks Dec. 18 drawing, 2 pairs Haggar double knit slacks 2 - $5 gift certificate $200 mdse $30 prizes $300 prizes $15 prizes De Haan.

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