The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 25, 1971 · Page 5
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November 25, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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rfouw edto Hoogondoorn I Mrs. Morris Mouw id announce the en,. of their daughter, i Mr. Jerald Hoogen- if Rock Rapids, Iowa, folding date has been On Tuesday an Inservice program on mechanics and operation of the Bird Respirator was given by Vlnce Warren of Omaha, Nebr. a representative of Air Products. Evone Jonker was being given the test when the CAPITAL photographer was at the hospital. The machine is portable and can be moved from room to room or need be used in the ambulance. Mr. and Mrs.DelmarRohr- beck and Stacy of Marlon, S.D. and Mrs. Ann Rohrbeck of Chula Vista, Cal., were Sunday Nov 14th afternoon and overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Jr. and family, Mr. andMrs. Virgil Solsma and family and Vickl and Gary Solsma. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamies were this Sunday supper guests at the Gerrit Van Stelten home at Ocheydan. Mrs. Liz Foreman and boys of LeMars were Saturday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Mae Haag. ' Mrs. Arnold Vander Wilt and Mrs, Ed Vander Wilt called on Mrs. Gerhard Kas- teln Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mince Toerlng and Craig were saturdaynlght guests at the Henry Kamles home.. Mrs. Rich Solsma received word recently of the death of her grandfather, John Tlg- chelaar of Shelbyvllle, Mich. Mrs. Solsma returned home last Thursday night after accompanying her husband on a business trip to California. Vlckl and Gary spent the week at the John Solsma, Jr. home while Donny was a guest at the Harold Van Weltering. Mrs. Lots Renslnk of Orange City visited In the Betha Zwagerman home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Zlnn- smaster of Clinton, Wise., were Saturday afternoon callers at the home of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Te Stroete. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Bloemendaal of Slayton, Minn., were Saturday dinner guests at the Arie Reekers home. Newt News of yesterday 10 YEARS AGO under Tuig ged to [Vlieger |nd Mrs. Richard Van- fig primghar, announce Cement of their daugh- anche, to John Vlleger, [Mr. and Mrs. Nelson r of Hartley. Iche is employed by les tern Bell Telephone [ ny at Sheldon. John is a Ut Northwest Iowa Vo|l School and is em- Iby the school. Ranuary 15 wedding Irer held for i Van Zee is ldal shower was held I Spike Van Zee home Hay evening, Nov. 19th Linda Van Zee of The shower was | by Mrs. Dennis Van I Orange City and Mrs. yander Wilt of Hospers. , attending were Mrs. iin Grotenhuis of Or- glty, Mrs. Abe Van Roe- Mrs. Norlan Van Roe- Sirs. Merle Van Roekel s. Grant Kraley all of „,, Mrs. Lawrence Wie|of Sioux Center, Mrs. Grotenhuis, Mrs. W. Hofmeyer, Mrs. e Hoffs, Mrs. Marie puls, Mrs. Ivan Mni- , Mrs. Matt Huisman, 1 Schnurr, Mrs. Mar- In Gorp, Mrs. Ed Jun|Mrs. Margaret Goed- and her mother Mrs. Ivan Zee. Games were land lunch served. Lln- become the bride of Stanley on December 26th JHospers First Reformed The Orange City Hospital Auxiliary was held at the Town Hall on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Moir was chairman and Mrs. Lloyd Kepp, co-chairman. Cecil Keith was the lucky winner of $500 in the first Bank Night Drawing. Proceeds from the American Legion sponsored "Bow- lerama" held last Saturday night at the American Legion Bowling Alley amounted to around $360, bowling alley manager, Frank De Vries. Winner of the shotgun was Gerrit Geurink while Vernon Schoep walked home with the spinning reel and rod. Dressed turkey door prizes went to Myron Van Peursem and Simon Harmelink. The Northwestern College Men's Quartet made their first solo appearance in a sacred concert in the Carmel Reformed Church last Sunday. Members of the quartet include Cornie Vink, Ken Netten, Doug Groen and Howard Beernink. Slave labor was abolished in this country some 100 years ago but Floyd Valley students are going to revive it briefly this Saturday.at.Hospers, just for the benefit of their pep club. unusually heavy crop of acoms and nuts, squirrels are expected to have an "easy" winter with ample food available. Skee Goldhart, former Hospers boy and his bride, the former Helen Smith are both listed on the cast of Holiday on Ice of 1952, to appear in Sioux City Auditorium. Delores Schlesser, 17, of Maurice baked her way into national fame with a prize winning "secret cake recipe" and stands a chance to win $5000 in prize money in a national contest. 25 YEARS AGO 15 YEARS AGO ojel family will have annual Thanksgiving |r on Friday evening at |cout House. Hosts will , and Mrs. John Vogel pr, and M rs. Frank Vogel. Vogel, son of the ; Vogel's is homo from |tate University. He will |ving for the Air National i on December 4 and will i his senior year at the Irstty next fall. [anksgiving Day Dinner in the homo of Mr. P*!rs, C. J. Stegink will and Mrs. John Kals[and family from Sioux I Mrs. William Kalsbeek, bndMrs. Gerard Kalsbeek "pry, M r. and Mrs. Wayne and Mr. Gary Dekker Canada, a student at Dr Ira Tarbell, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Noteboom shot a 250 lb. bear near their home at Houlton, Maine. It was hung in the garage and many people come and see it and was given to the food bank there. The bounty on bears is $20. The subject of school reorganization for a three-district area-Alton, Maurice and Orange City came alive again Monday night when the steering committee for reorganization met at the Orange City school. Fun and laughter were experienced by the entire high sdiool faculty at a masquerade narty. Crazy costumes were worn by all and two prizes were awarded. Ed Lancaster, manual arts instructor, won first prize dressed as a redheaded torch singer. A Grandma Moses garb was worn by Roger De Koster, history teacher, and won second prize Henry Redden was awarded the Catfish Charley award at the annual meeting of the Orange City Catfish club. Redden's prize winning catch was a 7 lb 2 oz. channel catfish he caught in the Sioux river. Mrs . Martin Van Oosterhout is making a satisfactory recovery at Mercy hospital in p-nrt Dodge where she has S realized since Nov 13 following an automobile accident near Havelock. Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel are now living in the basement of what will eventually be their new home. Herman De Haan has purchased the shoe store of Gerrit Fedders. He will take po- ssesion January I. Accompanied by the father- in-law and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ver Steeg made a hasty trip to Sioux Falls last week. Since they came unexpectedly, the folks they had intended to visit were not home. After a little lunch they drove back home—all inside of four hours. No wonder we're..known as "Flying Dutchmen". The soft dirt last week proved disastrous io Marvin Vander Wei's effort to picK corn. The tractor and picker sank into the soft ground and the combined efforts of three tractors failed to budge them. Fearful that freezing weather might lock the picker into the ground for good, several neighbors helped Marv jack the machine up and slide boards under it. Then they got it out of the field. Neighbors helping him were Harold and Lawrence Lehrm;m, Glen Moir and hired man, Harry De Jong and Peter Kleinwol- terink. It took the bigger part of a day to move the machine. A. Roos has resigned as superintendent of the city light plant and has been succeeded by Neal Vogelaar. Mr. Roos will supervise the various city building projects now going on here. William Vogelaar has given up his work at the light plant and will serve downtown as a deputy to Marshal Peter Wielenga. 30 YEARS AGO Mr. andMrs.HermanMoret were hosts at a dinner party at their home, Monday evening in observance of the wedding anniversaries of Mr.andMrs. Gt. Slobe, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gambler and their own which are celebrated together each year. Those who attended the Minnesota-Nebraska football game Saturday at Minneapolis were Robert Newendorp, Wilbur Ver Steeg, Mitchell Van Wyk and Ellsworth De Jong. The went by train on Friday evening and returned Sat. evening. The Academy Senior class has begun work on its play 'It Happened in June". Everyone in the class has a part, Geraldine De Cook, Betty Giesen, Anna Marie Geurink, Nelvina Vander Schaaf, Frances Ellenbaas, Vergil Dykstra, Ray Faber, and Alfred Pennings. Sunday, afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arie Reekers were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Reekers, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Reekers and family, all of Hull, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reekers and girls. Mrs. Neal Den Hartog attended the bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the Bill Van Maanen home at Rock Valley for Miss Nancy Lee of Yankton, S.D., who will become the bride of Larry Hylarides of Rock Valley on Dec. 17th. Mrs. Gerrit Dekker, Wendall and Debbie were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Otto De Jong home in Maurice. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thatcher and family of West Bend were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geral Kunce and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Triplett of Boyden have taken over as the new mamagers of the Hospers Hi-Way Cafe. They have moved into the house formerly occupied by the Frank Roetman's. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp and boys were Sunday afternoon callers at the Albert Vande Kamp home in Sioux Center. Bradley Van Roekel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Van Roekel observed his 2ndbirth- day on November 16th. Guests at his home for the occasion on Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Kroeseand family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Koolker and family of Sheldon, Mrs. Albert Van Roekel of Sheldon and Dennis, Van Roekel and children. Mrs. Ne'al Den Hartog entertained several ladles at a coffee party in her home on last week Wednesday. Guests included Mrs. Milton Schmit, Mrs. Joe Reuter, Mrs. Agatha Auchstetter, Mrs. Matt Schmit, Mrs. Clem Schmjt, Mrs. Cyril Schmit, Mrs. Harold Berding, Mrs. Rose Becker, Mrs. A. Hoffman andMrs. Tony Theis. Sp5 Harvey Brink spent from Sat., Nov. 13 to Wed., Nov. 17th in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Brink. Harvey returned to Ft. Riley, Kans., on Wednesday where he is stationed with the Army. Sunday dinner guests In the Jake B. Vander Grlend home were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw. Guests on Thanksgiving evening for supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Vegte and girls from Sioux ^Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Obbink and girls from Hawardeh, Mr. andMrs. Rod Vander Grlend and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Vander Vegte and son, Mr. Bob Vander Vegte and Miss JerlStlen- stra both from Minneapolis and Glen Hulsteln from Hull. - Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Vande Kamp were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhessel- ink and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred De Jong and family from Ireton •were callers last Wednesday evening in the George Vande Kamp, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. PaulWtnchell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Ntbbeilnk and family from Sioux Center were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. AlbertSprik. Mrs. Arabella Sipma will be a supper guest on Thanksgiving Day in the Harvey Vander Pol home at Newkirk. Nolan Schlebout Is spending this week in the parental Abe Schlebout home on Quarter Break from Iowa State University In Ames. He will be returning to Ames again on Sunday. Mr. Dennis Den Hartog of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Den Hartog. Monday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vande Kamp from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vande Kamp from Rock Valley. The Boonstra family will enjoy Thanksgiving Day dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mouw. WWWWVWWWW- Cleaning Special 20% discount on cleaning and pressing of garments and household articles, also on carpet cleaning and feather pillows cleaned with new ticks. (Minimum order $3.00.) Offer begins Nov. 29th Cleaners & Launderers 7 S , 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 Pick-up & Del'ivery Mon. & Thurs. AGENTS Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Berber Shop - Hospers 35 YEARS AGO C. A. Prescott and C. F. Boyle of Le Mars came to town Monday morning to get lined up in the Sioux Cleaners establishment which the former purchased from C. G. Hospers last week. At a congregational meeting of the Second Christian Reformed church Monday evening, over $1800 was subscribed as an .initial donation for the new church building as well as additional contributions for Interest and debt reducing. ,. The Home Coming of the Alton public school last Fri- 'flay was a grand success. Former graduates taking part were Senator C. B. Heoven and Attorney C. W. Pitts of Le Mars. Mrs. A. Giesen entertained her Sunday school class last Thursday evening. Participating the party were Jean Thomassen, Evelyn Fikse, Ellen Luchtenburg, Betty Mantel, Winifred Van Es, Alice Van Beek, Ida Dekker, Frances Colenbrander, Gertrude Vander Vegte, Johanna Pennings, Dorthena Van Gorp, Gertrude Huitink, Johaana Houtsma and Francies Brink. 20 YEARS AGO One of the most successful squirrel hunting seasons for several years closed Nov. 15 Game officials are optimistic about carry over breeding populations of With an Tupperware Party OPENHOVSE Wed., Dec. 1, 1971 2 till 5 Mrs, Keith De Haan 310 6th St. NW Orange City, Iowa 10th Annual HOSPITAL BAZAAR For Hospital Auxiliary in the 0. C Town Hal! FKf, DEC 3-9 A At. -8PM Hot Food Served All Day The entire basement will be used to serve lunch with two food lines - soup, saucijejes, sandwiches, pie and coffee. FREEWILL OFFERING Entire main floor for Bazaar items. Aprons -- Knitting & Crocheting -- Fancy w«Kk Christmas Candles & Decorations -Raked Goods - New & Used White Elephant Some Candies - Centerpieces - Country Sen --Stuffed Toys - Mint Molds - many Sher gift items/Frozen saucijejes will also be S ° ld Hospital Staff will type your blood at no Charge, Friday. TOWN NOW OPEN Large assortment of Games, Puzzles, Beautiful Dolls and Stuffed Animals • Big Selection of Decorations • VSETW - QMS - GIFT WRAP KORVER 5 & 10 Jim Korver, Prop. Orange City »''•}'**>:• • m't ^SPSSS***"*' »<-''• *-•<-" --4M.V. ••*<• • Your IPS ice Man No items to be sold before 9 a.m. YOU may bring your donations Thurs,, 2-4 ;30 m or T-8-30 P.m. and Friday morning before siTe time! Bakedgoods and candy will be welcome anytime on Friday, O. C. Hospital Auxiliary -.. «_. ,*»__ ^v.. ^>u ^>*t ,y>x-^^ic^^x^^V This man represents your homeowner's insurance company... Iowa Public Service. He insures a constant supply ol llicl lo > mir gas appliances. He's the man who helps keep the heat on. your water hot and all your uas appliances operating efficiently at the turn of a dial. He comes whene\er you call him ... 24 hours a day. se\en days a week, any kind of weather. Your IPS Insurance Man work* ihrouuh wind and rain, frcexinii sleet, and hlowinu hlix/anK in answer >our call. That's his job. He's thoroughly trained lor it. He performs it with skill and experience .. . and he is dedicated because he likes his job. We're scry lucky to ha\c him. So are sou. He's at our disposal in case-you ever need him. lie provides total security ... ihe best kind of insurance. THE SJOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 25, 1971-

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