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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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(Continued from page 8) „ Hardware, Supplies 41.48 Cambier Motor Co., Repairs.,.... 37.14 toT Welding Supply Co., Welding Supplies 8.90 Cement Block A Tile, Sand, Concrete 884.55 ll's Ready Mix, Concrete..» 257 ,0o Electric Coop Assn., Utilities. 11.68 Donald, Cfew i B, Day, Wbor. 214.41 Center, City of, Utilities. 13.07 I Feed & Grain, Crass Seed 206.00 Equipment Co., f,M,, Repairs 9.37 ux City Co,, Supplies, Repairs............ 123.17 Tools Corp, Repairs 2.65 umber .Co., Supplies 1.50 I Bearings Co., Repairs, 71.17 O11, Gasoline, Diesel Fuel, Oil 1,135.00 i Brothers Hardware, Repairs. . 580.41 er, State of Iowa, Diesel Fuel Tax 2.88 er of Iowa, Oct. State WH Tax. 884.26 , il Co., Gasoline 440.76 \ paint & Wax Co., Supplies 240.74 Tire Co., Repairs 233.17 flowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service 10,07 following is a list of claims as allowed by the Board ervlsors of Sioux County,. Iowa, at their meeting held vember 9th, 1971, and paid from the Bang's Disease culosls, Library, Teachers' Institute, State Institution, r Conservation, and County Mental Health Funds: BUNCOMBE A. Klstle Alan Overbaugh CAPEL Arthur Dlekvers GARFIELD Wtlmer Dragstra Wllmer Dragstra Sam Dorhout Sam Dorhout Richard Schoellerman Roland Dorhout Sam Dorhout Clarence Brannon Sam Dorhout GRANT RI H. Glessner HOLLAND Eugene Haarsma Earl Bonnema Henry Wlelenga Albert Hansen LINCOLN Egbert Critters Clarence Van Voorst LYNN Kenneth Vlsser Marvin Hollrop READING Edna Vander Hamm ROCK *Bert vis Unknown SETTLERS Henry Hoeffakker Lawrence McKenny Cecilia McKenny bllsm Case; E.B. Grossman, Sr.,Physlclans Fees 15.00 Mitchell, Attorney Fees 15.00 Bastemeyer, Attorney Fees 15.00 f'Hoogland, Sheriff Fees 19.48 of, Alton Park Electricity 19.26 heritage Publishing Co., Library Books 69.00 {Hospitals Service, Inc., Blue Cross Ins 24.60 Laurence, Hauling Dirt 32.00 i Disease Eradication: M. H. Van Wyke & H. Noble, Indemnities 62.50 i Disease Eradication: Hall, Inspections. 9.50 , Henerson, Inspections 3.50 ilace L. Vermeer, Inspections 25.50 , Walllnga, Inspections 25.50 ' simonsen, Inspections 35.00 W. Mouw, Inspections 7.50 D. Jensen, Inspections 12.50 iiellus Bleeker, Inspections. 16.00 fry B, Mledema, Inspections 37.00 jieth J. Groninga, Inspections 6.50 Disease Eradication: iRobert E. Kraai, Inspections 12.00 i Eradications: Hemerson, Inspections 17.00 Fertig, Inspections 37.00 Bolks, Inspections 29.50 , Vande Garde, Inspections 25.50 Ifert E. Kraal, Inspections 6.50 d Chrlstensen, Inspections 84.50 Ivln Van Haaften, Inspections 26.00 neth J. Groninga, Inspections 6.50 Rover, Inspections 62.00 isanitatlon, Aug. Sept, Trash Collection 20.00 jCo'jnty Auditor, Aug.-Oct. Care 495.00 County Hospital, Oct. X-ray 5.00 Paul D, MD., Nursing Home Calls 17.50 fcrug, Park Supplies 19.65 iPharmacy, Oct. Drug & Supplies 59.98 ell, Paul, C A 20.00 Vs Drug Store, Oct. Drugs 33.63 ito Coast Store, Park Supplies 20.88 ative Gas & Oil Co., Oak Grove-Tractor 137.50' Drug Co,, Oct. Drugs 37.90 Dr. E.M., Flu Shots 6.00 National Bank, Oct. Fed. WH Tax 159.60 J. L. Mel., Medical 20.00 ,' Van, Murk, Alton Park Labor 3.32 i Smith DRs., Nursing Home Calls'.'.'.'.'. ."'.". . 60;oO Radiator Shop, Radiator Repair 12.00 Haven, Tuition 448.00 i'narmacy, Oct. Drugs 21.95 Imp. Sec, Comm., Sept. KSS 94.82 Imp. Comm., Oct. FSS . . 148.96 Pub. Emp. Ret. System, Sept. IPERS 50.74 Pub. Emp. Ret. System, Oct. IPERS 50.74 Pub. Service Co., Winterfeld Fishing-Elec 6.50 Gayle, Feeding Fish 81.60 Sew Manor, Inc., Oct. Nursing Care 822.48 Irtson Elevator, Fish Food 22.75 Robert E. Ill, Oak Grove Park Labor 146.27 |Nursing Home, Oct. Care 490.83 $1 Clinic, County Home 77.00 HAWARDEN fis Pharmacy, Oct. Drugs 24.35 Rest Home, Oct. Care 310.00 pmery Co. Home, Care, Keep, Drugs, clothes . 156.98 fll Hospital, Co. Home, Hospital, Amb 344.40 dolor Co., Oak Grove Pickup Exp 5.95 Implement Co., Oak Grove Supplies 14.81 festern Bell Tel. Co., Oak Grove-Telephone . . 20.68 Co. Auditor, July - Sept. Care 525.00 jit Acres Nursing Home, Oct. Care 341.00 p Co. Treasurer, Oct. Care 112.75 (Drug, Oct. Drugs 41.15 I's Studio, Oak Grove, Photos 25.60 |n, Charlene, Co. Cons. Sec'y 56.88 n, Gerald, Park Custodian 529.01 Pp. Youth Fair Assn., Youth Fair 3,000.00 Electric Coop. Assn., Oak Grove - Elec 55.91 sanatorium. Medical 5 . 60 Bounty Auditor, Care 3rd Qtr. & Med 575.30 er of State, Oct. State WH Tax 31.18 p Nursing Home, Oct. Care &Exp 387.43 BOUX FFA Chapter, Equipment Rental 250.00 F "- Reat Home, Oct. Care 680.00 am. MD. R.L., Nursing Home Calls , 5.00 NW S326' of E 200' of SE SW Bigs on SE SE NNW WNE& SNW NWSE SE NE ' W 6 A of NENE NWNW ENW 4 SWKW SE of SENW E 120A of SE Exc N60A NWNW Exc 1 A W 462' of Ni Of NSW S| of SWSW SESW SWSW S 34A of SESE 19x40 Rds of SWSW W3CO' of E 590' of SESE NSE 4 SESE Bigs on NENE E 3/4 of SSE 500' x 570' In NW NE Pt NE SE E of Road WNW & W 39A of ENW SW NE NW & SNW & E 12.3Aof SENW 23 95 48 686.88 36 95 48 334.91 10 96 44 35 35 35 35 35 36 36 18 28 96 96 96 96 96 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 96 47 66,42 616.58 862.14 110,34 198,05 68.66 138.59 336.14 23.47 116.12 24 97 43 597.61 16 95 44 16 27 34 95 95 95 44 44 44 14 97 45 30 97 45 8 16 43 43 9 94 46 34 12 97 97 97 97 9 97 SHERIDAN Emll Breuer Emll Breuer J- J. Postma *Wm. F. Klaassen Henrietta Van Surksum SHERMAN Theodore Drost SIOUX Henry De Boer WASHINGTON Lawrence Ruhland WELCOME Wayne Haynes Kenneth Hulsteln WEST BRANCH Arthur Franken ALTON Homponents Inc Slagle Lumber Co. Bert Stelllngwerf Henry C. Brown Ed Hulsman Homeponents Inc. Walter Smtt Wm Brazle Edward Hutsman F. M. Slagle & Co. Wm G. Snyder Theodore Schwebarh BOYDEN Ivan Doorenbos Margaret Moret •Henry Broesder •Don Van Otnmeren •Robert L. Green Daniel Van Dyk Milton Heyl •Robert L. Green Leo Starkenburg CHATSWORTH •Jay C. Beck •Peter Weyer Repp & Muth Elevator GRANVILLE Homepononts Inc. Nellie Wilson Wm Tausz Barton Tone Alan Overbaugh C. B. Thompson, Trustee Katherlne Dowdy Francis Fisher William Shepherd Maud Skogman Myrtle Smith Roger Hodgson Roger Hodgson •Leonard Barr Ethel Dlttmor 7 26 31 10 19 30 WSW ESW 4 W SE ESE L3 In Aud Plat NESW W 49.25A of SW Lying Sot Ry ESW ESE 4 E NE WSE 4 SE SE ENW & NE Ni NE NE S200'ofNIESNE} 4 N130 1 of S-J E-\ NEj S 98' All Block Lots 047 N 84' of 1 4 2 W 30' of Lot 12 1st Add No. Alton Sub Lot 10 In Sub NWXE 4 NENW 11-94-44 L 1 Lots 243 Bigs Lease 67004 Lot 1 N COO' of 4 4 N 300' of 3 Exc Trs. Lot 4 Exc W 25' Lots 047 Me Crums Add L 2-5 4 1G 4 17 W 85'of 11 4 12 4 W 85' of N 33' of 10 L 7 4 8 4 E 30' of 9 L 14 - 16 L5 4 S 150' of E 32' of S 300' of L 2 L7 Bosnians 2d Add Pt Blk 1 Bosmans 3d Add Pt Blk 3 Wards 2d Add N-J of W 150' of 3 Aud Plat Pt of SE 33-94-48 Lot 6 4 S 292* at L 5 Bldgs-Lease It 59893 L 8-13 Exc E 20'of 8 4 Exc E 20' of S 5' of 9 L 2 Exc N 10' of W 45' W 50' of 1 4 2 4 N 25' of W 50' of 3 Lot 0 Exo N 15' 4 N 7! of 7 E"52j'of 18-19-20 S 13 3/4' of 0 4 N 311 of 7 N 70' of 4 4 N 70' of Wj of 5 4 Wi of S-J of Vac Aly Van Ormans Add L 5 Exc S 10' L 4 4 5 Exc N75' 4 Exc E 25'ofS 85' of NICO'of 30 Exc N 75' 97 97 97 97 46 46 48 48 48 44 44 44 44 127.19 336.09 163.90 317.89 196.13 94.43 1036.99 63.89 232,98 119.39 12.46 285.08 564.26 112.93 371.09 1050.98 544.61 86.93 Unity wins 2 (Continued from page 6) both Mark Vogelzang (6'6" cneter) and Anema and sank a lay-up. The Indians opened a three point lead in the overtime but Hengeveld put In a goal from the baseline and Bob Hubers came up with a key theft and an easy two points with 1:27 to play. Katje hit a free throw with 11 seconds to play and that was the ballgame. Western shot a two-shot free throw with two seconds left, but both shots missed. Harley Broek paced the Knights with 21 points. Dan Brenneman led the Indians with 14. Rowenhorst wins Uc9l tournament in Calif. 29 97 44 333.29 94 45 1 97 47 94 47 96 96 45 45 95 45 3 4 6 7 10 16 1 13 4 •6 6 2 2 Delinquent real estate tax list for tax sale Lee Anderson Rodney Barnum A. B, Swanson Frank Kelhower Kenneth Glffln Dennis Gage Hazel Newman , the 6th CALLIOPE Ellz. Rockwell Anfln Knutson Karen Peck G. H. Berreth Ida Muth Mattte Baugus Henry Hegeman Haw. Cement Blk 4 Tile Newman Cattle Co, Harley Whlttlngton 12 9 13 11 4,5 1-5 (Iowa, Sioux county ssj pr's office, Orange City, Iowa i it may concern: :e is hereby given that I will, on Monday, ecember, 1971. at the office of the county treasurer " City, the county seat of said county, between the - ien (10) o'clock a.m. and four (4) o'clock p.m. of ' and the next succeeding days thereafter sell at public " i much of each of the described tracts of land and town , -ted in Sioux county, as may be necessary for the |of taxes, penalties and costs thereon for thei year 1970 •ner years which remain due and unpaid on the 1st oay nber, 1971, in accordance with the revenue laws of the |Jowa section 446,17 of the 1954 code, Vr notice is hereby given that I will^ at the.above Jotflnna Koolker to the highest bidder as required by section 446.17 or Wchard M ^ er code of Iowa all tracts of land or town lots which Johanna vander Linden Previously advertised and offered for two years or 1 remain unsold for want of bidders, Stanley L. De Haan Treasurer Sioux County, Iowa GENT REAL.ESTATE TAX LIST FOR TAX SALE HOSPERS Lawrence Stofferan •Wllbert Oldenkamp V 4 W Industries HULL J, M. Pitlo •Jacob Plaster Ernest Schuett Otto Goerlnger PART OF SECTION OR TOWN, .ADDIr •now OR SUBDIVISION 6CAVANGER SALE Davidsons Add Davidsons Add-E142' Sec, or Lot Twp. or Blk. LEY ***** I Kuyper TER Ban Klein K»ta Add W 5> of s 16' ol 4 13 13 Rng. TOTAL 263.49 410.80 -6.57 301.43 IRETON Daryl Llston Peter Santema C Christina Velllnga Wm. P. De Vrles MATLOCK James Meenderlng MAURICE James Vlleger James Vlleger ORANGE CITY «Earl Bonnema •Earl Bonnema Earl Bonnema Albert Hancock Fred Dykbulzen Robert M. De Jong Healds Add N pt of L 1 Healds 2d Add L 24 4 25 Hobsons L 14-15-16 Cutlers Add South Add L 13-14-15 Lot 6 4 Si of 5 Lots 1, 2 E 80' of 5, 6 Bldg on Lease 7007 Bldg on Leased Land Lots In Johnsons Add SESW 4 NWSW 4 NESW 75' Strip of O/L 1 Highland Add SW Cor L 7 Tr In Aud Plat Com At Machinery E 69' of 1, 2 4 of S 41' of 3. N 90' of 7, 8 Relsmas Subd W Pt L 1 5 East Add 21 Davidsons Add 10 Highland Add S 150' of Lv7 4 S 150' oj W 88' of N L8 9 Exc S 2' Knowltons Add 6 4 Wi of 5 Owens Subd O/L 6 Williams Add 5, 6 Exc'N 45'' 7 19 21 23 25 4 4 11 2 3 1 1 2 3 3 4 7 10 22 47 51 54 54 710.00 098.46 613.36 850.97 120,97 64.47 43.10 715.56 1234.43 176.05 74.30 203.49 6.34 32.16 12.97 134.56 87,53 103,72 145.85 138.37 146.10 381.20 115.23 91,57 39.52 85.99 15,11 93.86 96.28 220,33 377.91 171.45 508.48 02.22 22G.26 9,73 353.03 75,08 67.17 91.58 117.71 261.18 286.08 320.75 115.55 . 26,21 61.50 12.73 74.28 147.30 142.93 101.75 7.16 5.56 52,64 16,65 97.88 77.31 56.62 19.24 5.02 Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Monday League-Standings as of November 22, 1971. Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 66 2-N.Y. Life Ins. 64 3-John's Upholstering 60 4-Hulsrnan Gravel 52 5-Well's Blue Bunny 52 6-O.C. Builders 50 7-Alton Premium Feed 48 8-Siouxland Harvestore 48 9-Punt-Cambier 42 10-Ron's Deep Rock 38 High Series-Harlan De Jong, 567 High Games-Art Hulstein- 210; Jerry Ferrell-208; Dwaine Vander Vegte-202; Henry Huisman-200. Tuesday League-Standings as of November 23, 1971. Wins 1-Coast to Coast 76 2-Moor Mans 66 3-Bowling Alley 62 4-Woudstra Market 58 5-Al's Floor Covering 58 6-Farm Bureau Ins. 56 7-Stoux Abstract . 56 8-Mouw's Super Valu 34 9-O.C. Appliance 30 . 10-NW State Bank 24 11 28 6.7 1-2-3-4 E 24' of E 60' of S 70' of 3 E27' of L 6 W 93' ol 1 E?c S 65' Of W 33' Of 7 S 90' Of 9 4 S 90' Of W 9' of 10 SlOO'ofWiof 2 South Add » 3 S 108* of H, 12 6 M 16 16 13 16 17 38 H. V. Rowenhorst, President of Northwestern State Bank of Orange City, Orange City, Iowa, was a top award winner at the 2nd Annual Security Invitational Golf Tournament October 15, at Pebble Beach, Calif. Over 200 bankers from across the nation competed for prizes totaling over $10,000. Host for the event was Security Corporation, Santa Ana, a national marketer of equipment for financial institutions. The tourney preceded the 97th Annual American Bankers Association Convention, October 16 to 20 in San Francisco. Lady Raiders split 5-5 in volleyball On Nov. 11 Coach Jean Mast and eight women volleyball players participated In the. Spencer YWCA Volleyball Tournament. The women compiled a 5-5 record in ten round robin games. They defeated Spencer School of Business I 11-7 and 11-1; Worthington I 11-7 and 11-8; and Storm Lake 11-7. They were defeated twice by Cherokee I, 12-10 and 11-4; Spencer Watts, 10-9 and 11-5 and Storm Lake 11-8. They finished fourth in their division and seventh out of twelve. Spencer Johnson won the tournament. Northwestern Lady Raiders include: Marcia Fick, senior from Quimby; Mary Ver Steeg, senior from Sioux Center; Joyce Van Beek, junior from Pollock, South Dakota; Elaine Den Herder, junior from Sioux Center; Judy Boom, junior from Larchwood; Bonnie Burnell, sophomore from North Babylon, New York; and Cindy Fliss, junior from Everly. On Nov. 12 Northwestern Lady Raider Volleyball players played at Dordt. Dordt defeated both the "A" and "B" teams. Northwestern women played host to Dordt on Mr. Rowenhorst finished tied for third place overall during play at two of the world's finest golf courses- Spyglass Hill and Pebble Beach which Is the home of the Blng Crosby Open. Wives of the bankers received a Monterey-area tour, visiting Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row, downtown Carmel, the famed 17-mile drive plus wine tasting rooms, key shopping centers and many other attractions along the route. In the evening, approximately 400 banking-business, guests participated in the golf awards celebration at the Del Monte Hyatt House, as the $10,00 in prizes were given to the winners. up for this game. The "A" team Is still looking for its first win with an 0-4 record. Dordt took the "B" team that night also with a 15-2 and 15-10 score. The women playing on Northwestern*s "B" team were: Rally Tarrel, Byrla Rensink, Ann De Graaf, Judy Boom, Juanlta McCreary, Debbie Smith and Vicky Blrchard. The "B" team record Is 1-3 Starters named (Continued from page 6) ing season. The Raiders grabbed the Tri-State Conference title, the NAIA District 15 Championship and played in Kansas City. Northwestern cagemen broke 16 records last year and took the conference with a game record of 11-1. Open House for Ethel Oldaker Thanksgiving Day dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravestein,Sr. will be Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravestetn, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Engeltjes and family and Leon De Groot and Jelmer Groenwalt from Dordt College. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen and family will be Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Boote at Hull. Members of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander Wei will enjoy dinner on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vande Brake near Maurice. Miss Judy De Jong, from Fond du lac, Wisconsin, who Is teaching In Milwaukee, will be spending the Thanksgiving weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei. She Is a niece of the Vander Wei's. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Otto Van Roekel home will be Dr. and Mrs. Otto Van Roekel and Vivian from Aledo, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Mitchell, Barbara and John from Edlna, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mooibroek and Christopher from Cottage Grove, Minnesota, Dr. and Mrs. Glen Van Roekel and family from Le Mars and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Van Roekel. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hamilton, Tim and Kyle and Mrs. ' William Hamilton from Hartley will be Thanksgiving Day guests in the Robert Riec- hoff home. Mrs. Hilda Van Der Meide will be spending the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huisman in Holland, Michigan. High Series-Orv Oolman-589 Nov> 17 and ln that match the High Games-Orville Oolman- 221; Bill Bmutlenburg-214; Arlyn Katje-202; Earnle Fedders-201. Thursday League-Standings as of November 18, 1971. Wins 1-Russell's Ready Mix 60 2-Vogel Paint & Wax--- 58 ,3-Orange Motors 50 4-Silent Sioux 44 5-R & R Performance 42 6-Kreykes True Value 34 High Game-Ollie Van Cltters -198 High Series-Marty De Vos- 512. t WOMEN BOWLING NW "A" team put-it-all-together and won the first game easily with a 15-7 score. Dordt came back in the second game to squeek by the Raiders. 1614. In the decisive third game Northwestern couldn't stop the Dordt women. NW went down in defeat 15-9. Bonnie Burnell, Mary Ver Steeg, Cindy Fliss, Elaine Den Herder, Joyce Van Beek, Marcia Fick, and Linda Mastbergen teamed Members of the O'Brien County Extension Home Economics Committee and other friends of Mrs. Ethel Oldaker are planning an open house in her honor. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, November 30, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Building in Primghar. Mrs. Oldaker, who serves as Extension Home Economist in O'Brien and Sioux Counties, recently received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Extension ritsen and family from Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noteboom and family took their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerritson out for dinner to the Auto Dine in Sioux Center on Thursday evening, Nov. 18 to help them celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. After the dinner they had lunch at their parent's home. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Ver Meer, Mr. and Home Economist. The.aw,ard M«. Nannliig V.egter Orange City Womens League Nov. 17, 1971. Wins Total Bowling Alley Woudstra Super Valu 7-Up 36 34 32 30 NW Bank Kraal De Vries Haarsma K-Products Vogel Koscot Van Gelder Wells Hubers 4 0 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 29 26 26 24 22 21 18 17 13 12 was, presented to Mrs. Oldaker at that groups annual meeting in Miami Beach, Florida in late September. All friends of Mrs. Oldaker are invited to stop by at the Farm Bureau Building any time between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 30. ' . . and Mrs, Bernard ^obbema came to the home of Mr and Mrs. John Gerritson for their «th anniversary They a delicious lunch with High Game-Mona Jasper-211 High Serles-Mona Jasper-498 Robert M. Do Jong •Harold Haarsma Homeponents Paul Mueller ROCK VALLEY Loren Yates •John Ymker Wm Bouwman Herman Dlrkson James Drlessen Arnold Van Kley Edwin Nlemeyer SIOUX CENTER Steve Slebersma Roger Slater Stove Slebersma Jack Ellis John Bleeker John Zommer North Add \Vl of 3 Klay Add 13 1 29 38 39 95 44 Roorda Add 17 Subd of O/L 1 N! of 8 It All of 5-G-7 Subd of O/L 2 - E 93' of 20 4 S 12' of 21 Lot 5 AUD REPI.ATSE E SW 2I-97-4G W 25' of 2 4 E 50' of 3 North Add 49 Buildings Pt of Lots 849 Lot 64 Pt Aud Plat SE SE Aud Plat of NE N 283' of 25 9-11 7 71 5 25 26 • 95 45 230.99 614.44 38.49 13.01 2G2.02 217.53 195.80 44.81 80.10 155.35 28.41 219.53 81.9C 247.87 I07.G1 151.05 8 95 45 127.70 DELINQUENT PERSONAL TAX PUBLICATION LIST 26 95 48 432.69 202.89 268,00 89.13 48.95 218,17 103,22 190,10 106.59 63,81 101.87 88,37 150,05 162,33 48,26 235.01 79,66 90.35 130.91 1616.82 190.39 519.64 55.95 283.40 GARFIELD Frank Cable Roland Dorhout LINCOLN John Elmer De Wit LOGAN Arthur Kallsen LYNN Kenneth Vlsser SHERIDAN Emll Breuer John Barlnsky, Jr. Wm Melns WELCOME Virgil Houtkooper WEST BRANCH Arthur Franken ALTON Trl County Imp. Slagle Lumber Cu. Slemonsma Sales Walts Motel BOYDEN V i W Construction GRANVILLE Bachmann Drug Bachmann Elec Slagle Lumber HAWARDEN S & E Amusement Plaza Lanes IRETON A. W, Hummel MATLOCK Eugene Fllhr ORANGE CITY De Jon? Aliln R«rwlr De Jong Auto Repair ROCK VALLEY Red Bock Inn Berthelson & Yates Great Plains Gas Dlv. Orpheum Theatre 057.67 124.20 60.84 384.36 55.41 118.35 377.84 59.43 58,88 11,35 1849,98 514.30 165,84 116,01 81,22 227,01 300,50 934,94 28,40 235,17 132.92 10,22 34.80 187.37 41.91 93.07 38.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vander Wilt and Jaclyn and Mr. and Mrs. J. Vander Wilt from Manchester and Gayle Vander Wilt from Ames will be spending the Thanksgiving weekend With the Rev. and Mrs. Marlyn Vander Wilt family at Holland, Michigan. Also Invited for Thanksgiving dinner will be two girls from New York now attending Hope College who Gayle worked with this summer in New York. New York. The lady residents from the Village Hotel entertained Miss Emma Schnee for her birthday at the Dutch Mill Inn. Those present were Mrs. CobaMac- kie, Miss Merle De Jong, Mrs. Gertrude Fisher, Mrs. Nelson Jansma, Mrs. Gevene Anderson, Mrs. Stella Houtsma and Miss Barbara Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vander Stelt, sister of Rev. Van Kekerix from Muskegon, Michigan will be spending the Thanksgiving weekend in the Van Kekerlx home. Rev. Van Kekerix's father, Sam Van Kekerlx also from Muskegon will also accompany them to Orange City. Mr, and Mrs. Verne Wielenga and family had a birthday gathering on Friday even- Ing in their home In honor of her mother, Mrs, Ralph Gebauer, Guests were Mr, Gebauer, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Brock and family of Le Mars, Mr, and Mrs. Duane Poppen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gebauer, Jr. and family of Sioux Center. Unable to be present was her oldest granddaughter, Patty.Jo Poppen, a student at Wayne State. Mr. and Mrs. AndrewVogel entertained on Staurday evening at the Dutch Mill Inn. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haack from Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vogel and Chad, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Vogel, and Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel, Lance and Loren. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen and family will enjoy a family gathering at the Norman Bonnema home at Storm Lake on Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. Leona Postma will be spending Thanksgiving Day with the Carl and James Postma families in Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Netten, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hop and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Netten and family from Sioux Falls will be enjoying Thanksgiving Day dinner with the Delmer Netten family at Vermillion. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pennings and family will be spending Thanksgiving Day with Dr. and Mrs. A.W. Pennings and family in Minneota, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Vande Berg from Hospers will be Thanksgiving Day dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vande Berg. Mrs. Dick Schaafama from Hospers and Mrs, BenVanden Berg accompained Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dyke of Lake Park to Sioux City on Sunday afternoon where they visited with their sister, Rose Dyke, who is hospitalized In Sioux City, Mrs, Gertrude Douma returned home on Saturday after a two weeks visit with her son, George and family in Marshfield, Wise. Mrs, Douma spent a few days In, the hospital while there, Her son andfam-p lly brought her back to Or* ange City. wm The Hawkeye Schoolm«iter In the Horse and Buggy Days" by Charles H, Tye, now on sale at Hollinga's Barber Shop and Village Drug, Orange City, Iowa. THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 25, 1971—9

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