The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 25, 1971 · Page 10
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 25, 1971
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Cards of Thanks ty an t er j CARD OF THANKS Our thanks to the many frlonds and rolatlves who through thoir prayers and acts of kintlnoss contributed, so murh to the comfort of our bolovnd wifp and mother, F!i7,aboth Pfursem, during lior final Illnoss. M-.irtln V;\n Peurspm, Dr. ami Mrs. Alfred Popmn 51-lp CARD OF THANKS To A Doctor who hoars all that Is said and all that Is unsaid For A Pastor who givescoun- SP! while raring for countless others To A family who Is there For Neighbors who minister with gifts of food, toil and concern To Friends who life the heart and brighten the day through sharing To The Great Physician and Heavenly Father who provides for us in all these ways. Thank You Jim and Kathleen Ludens 51-lc WANTED: Year round farm work. Married man. Robert Crlppen, Merrill. Phone 938-2178. 51-12w-2c CASH paid for poultry. Talsma Produce at Hawarden, 552-2027. 50-10w-4p «^VS*»~N»»»» • - -^ Rentals FOR RENT: good 4-bedroom farm home and garage. Call 567-3945, Maurice. 50-llw-2p Services ELECTROLUX (R) Sales & Service, Arle M. Bomgaars, 403 5th, N.W., Orange City. Phone 737-2934. 12-15w-tfc "WE DRILL WELLS; we bore wells; we dig farm cess pools. Alton Cement Works, Alton, Iowa." 5-16w-tfc Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beernink spent the week end with the children, the mrrel Beer. nlnk family in Bloomlngtlon, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sand- bulte and Mr. and Mrs Leroy Punt left for California Saturday morning to spend a two weeks visit with the Mick Sandbulte family and also go ' sight seeing. Mr. and Mrs. AndrewSanko left Wednesday to return home to Buffalo, New York, having spent the week end with the relatives here. They were house guests of her sister, Gertrude Rozeboom. Arlene Schuite man returned home Sunday evening from a months absence, during which time she visited relatives and friends, attended church board ' meetings and spent some time with some of her supporting churches in Minnesota, Michi, gan, New York and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Walstra fromDeMotte,Ind..spent the week end with the children, the Dennis Walstra family. Rev. Albert Ten clay, pastor of the Central Reformed Church for the past fives years, has accepted a call to become Field secretary for the Church planning and Developmentjn the Synod of the West of the Reformed Church of America. He replaces Rev. Oerrlt Dokter of Orange City. Rev. and Mrs. Ten Clay plan to move to Orange City the early part of the year. John A. De Zeeuw, who has been In the local hospital for several months, after having one of his legs amputated, has now been moved to the hospital nursing wing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franken entertained the Franker, and Heln Vander Schaaf families at their home Tuesdaj evening In honor of the 1st birthday of their son Jamie. Mrs. William Renslnk was given a farewell party by neighbors Monday evening as she and her two sons plan to move Into town in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vander Stoep of Ireton, were also honored at the party, as they were welcomed into the neighborhood. They will move to the place vacated by the Renslnk's. Ann Barr Pt Ls . 38, Ames Addn, Clpe?l Reuter & Schmlt, Hermlna Roetmar i L erf H* SE* 3-95-43, Hos- $U NEW CASES FILED Probate 9926 Nina Feekes, this year's Thanksgiving banquet should easily outshine the plain repast that was laid on rough tables under the trees that chilly autumn In 1621, the National Geographic Society says, The first Thanksgiving dinner was hardly sumptuous, though apparently much ap- The Deputation Team from predated by all. The Indians Jne - p _ ...— u-j suffered chronic near-starva- and the Pilgrims had thanks In a not i n Pll », , . ulh lSs' 7116 Pilgrim', Alfred Van De Co vs Verne El Lewis (Law) NEW AUTOS Henry Hulst, Hospers, Ford Gregory A. Mouw, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Joe Delutrl, Orange City, Ponfiac. Fandsco Enterprises, Orange City, Oldsmoblle. Charles F. Gayer, Rock Hospers, Jhe Recofd CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to thank all of our relatives, friends and neighbors for their cards, visits, flowers, gifts and prayers during the illness and after the passing of my wife and our mother, Emma Jacobs. Our thanks to Dr. Bushmer and the hospital staff and to Rev. Van Heukelom and Rev. A. Eissens for the visits and comfort. Bert C. Jacobs Chris B. Jacobs Bernice Scholten M.ircia Block Henrietta Sanders 51-lp SPOTS before your eyes - on your new carpet - remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Vogel & Van De Brake. 51-20w-tfc Notices K T F C 103.3 Dutch Hour, Sunday, 6:15 p.m. 6w-tfc Legals For Sale FOR SALE: VINYL Wall- covering. 130 patterns in stock. Also over 20 special order books on display. Voeel & Van De Brake. 50-18w-tfc REDUCE excess fluids with FLUIDEX. SI.69 - LOSE WEIGHT safely withDex-a- Diet SI.93 at" the Village Drue. 50-6p REJUVENATE old furniture with Old Masters Antiquing and Graining. Lots of color combinations -- also Metallic Tone Antiquing. Vogel & Van De Brake, Oranee City, la. 10-25w-tfc GLASS breaking problems -solve it with Plexiglas. I.'IC" - 1/8" - 1/4" in stock. Vogel & Van De Brake. Orange City, la. 10-20w-tfc REDUCE excess fluids with FLUIDZX, $1.69 -- LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- A-Diet, $1.98 at The Village Shop. 49-lGw-6p NEW X-ll Reducing Plan. 42 Tablets $3.00. Money Back Guarantee. Village Drug, Orange City, Iowa. 44-15w-7c FOR SALE: WALLPAPER -Over 1,000 patterns in stock. 39? to $8.00 a single roll. The most complete selection in NW Iowa. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 10-29w-tfc IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SIOUX COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JENNIE LUBBERS Deceased Probate No. 9930 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Arie G. Punt returned home Monday from the Orange City hospital, where he had been under care since Friday, for injuries sustained in a fall, when he missed a few steps - while going into the basement of their home. Dena and Alice Film and Hazel Extra from Albert Lee, Minn., came Tuesday to spend the day with Mrs. Henry Hul- steln. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kaemingk and Mr. and Mrs. John Sjaarda spent Saturday ir Ames visiting with Loren Kaemingk, a student at the University, and they were joined there by their sons, Les Kaemingk and John Martin Sjaarda, students at the University at Columbia, Mo. Carla De Boer from Doon was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Marion Rozeboom. Co- hostesses for the event Included Mrs. Marvin Schoep and Mrs. Marvin Prlns. The family gathering was also held for the birthday of their mother, Mrs. Art Schuiteman. DEEDS FILED To all persons interested in the Estate of Jennie Lubbers Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 19th day of November, 1971, the last will and testament of Jennie Lubbers deceased bearing date of the 31st day of August, 1967, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Howard Lubbers was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the _ clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 19th day of No- venber, 1971. Howard Lubbers 2315 N. Countny Club Tucson, Arizona Executor of said Estate Klay & Bastemeyer Orange City, Iowa Attorneys for said Executor Children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuiken were home Sunday afternoon to celebrate the birthday of their mother, and of their sister, Mrs. Ron Brink. Coming from a distance were the Don Kulken family from Luverne. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Raak who left Thursday on a two weeks European tour, were given a family farewell supper at the Kenneth Raak home in Rock Rapids Monday evening. Also honored at the family party were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Raak and family, who recently moved from Sanborn to Avoca, Minn. N They were given a grocery shower. Attending from here besides the Dennis Raak family were Mrs. Dick Raak and the Vernon Raak family. Members of the Mary Circle of the First Reformed Church dined together at the church parlors Tuesday for their annual Thanksgiving day meeting, Irwin Van Leeuwen, a junior student at Northwestern College, erange City, has been named as youth minister at the Carmel Reformed Church. He and Mrs. Van Leeuwen will continue to make their home In Orange City. Rev. Duane Tlnkelenberg, pastor of the Christian Reformed church of Lebanon for the past four years, has accepted a call to the Christian Reformed Church of Everson, Wash. He declined two other Thomas L. De Koster & wf to City of OC, la 1/3 int In L 37 & Si L 36, Blk 42, South Addn, OC $1. Jane K. De Koster, sgl to City of OC, la 1/3 Int In L 37 & S| L 36, Blk 42, South Addn, OC $ 1. Ada De Koster to City o) OC, la L 37 & Si L 36, Blk 42, South Addn, OC $1. Ivan Mullenburg & wf to Reuter-Schmit, Inc. Pt. Blk 27, Third Adn, Hospers & Pt Ni Ni NEi 10-95-43 $ 1. Jake Huisman & wf to Fred Brandes, Jr. L 8, Blk 8, Huisman's Addn, Soo Cen $3000. Ada De Koster, Conservaotr to City of Oc, la 1/3 int in L 37 & Si L 36, Blk 42, South Addn, OC $1775. Cornelius J. Schelllng & wf to Larry D. Breuer & wf Ls 13, 14 & 15, Blk 11, Bydn $ 1. Charles G. Saywer & wf to Lucas J. De Koster Pt Ls 11 & 12, Blk 5, Highland Park Addn, Hull $ 1. Gertrude Van DerVliet&hs to Lucas J. De Koster Ls 1 & 2 & Pt Ls 10, 11 & 12, Blk 5 & Pt Vac Third Street, Highland Park Addn, Hull $ 1. Stella De Haan, wdw to John De Haan etal 1/3 int in NW Frl. \ 2-35-44 & Ei SE-| 34.96-44 $ 1. John De Haan etal to Stella De Haan NW Frl. i 2-95-44 & Ei SE^ 34-96-44 $ 1. (Life • Estate) Floyd Davelaar & wf, etal to Tom J. Van Holland & wf L 25, Davelaar Addn, RV $ 1. Earl V. Slife, Jr., Admr. to Ruben Buchmann Pt L 9 & all Ls 10 & 11, Bolmer's 2nd Addn, Chatswprth $3400. Ruben Buchmann & wf to Elfreda Buchmann Pt L 9 & all Ls 10 & 11, Bolmer's Valley, Pontlac. Henry Kamles, Chevrolet. Jeanene C. Jansma, Hull, Chevrolet. Catherine J. Bernard, Granvllle, Chevrolet. Smlt & Son, Boyden, Cadillac. Judson R. Te Paske, Sioux Center, Ford. Ted Hoogland, Orange City, Chrysler. Lyle D. De Zeeuw, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. George C. Rose, Ireton, Bulck. Leon J. Van Egdom, Hawarden, Ford. Heln Vreeman, Sioux Center, Mercury. John M. Bomgaars, Hull, Ford. Marie Reuter, Hospers, Bulck. Henry Ruyter, Boyden, Winnebago. Clint Cambier, Alton, Oldsmobile. John S. Vander Schaaf, Sioux Center, Mercury. Beverly J. Jensen, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Marvin G. Schiebout, Hospers, Chevrolet. Wlllard Te Grootenhuis, Hospers, Ford. Clarence J. Schrqeder, Rock Valley, Chrysler. Eugene Van Berkel, Sioux Center, Pontiac. Neal Van Roekel, Sioux Center, Pontlac. Harlan' J. Van Eggom, Hawarden, Ford. Sioux Elec Co-op Assn, Orange City, Chevrolet. Ellwood Youngkin, Hawarden, Ford. Gordon Abels, Orange City, Ford. John B. Rozeboom, Sioux Center. Chevrolet. Harley E. Grotenhuis, Hospers, Plymouth. Northwestern College had charge of the morning worship service here Sunday while Rev. Van Cooverlng and the R.C.Y.F. took charge of the worship services at the State Penitentiary In Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. TerryHubers moved into town. Miss Edna Roelofs of Orange City spent Sunday with Mrs..Anna De Jager. Students from Ames home for Thanksgiving are Barb Mullenburg, Christy Holdorff, Mark Jansma, and Leslie Mulder. NEW TRUCKS Pete Raak, Orange City, Ford. Richard Bousema, Boyden, Chevrolet. Reynold Van Gelder, Alton, Ford. C & R Trucking, Orange City, International. A & J Haverhals, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Alvin Den Herder, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Franken Elec, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Assoc Milk Prod Inc, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. The Ray Van Gelder's of Denver are visiting relatives In the area. The Carl Mulder family were guests In the Ray De Jong home after evening services Sunday. Lou Halbersma of Edgerton was a caller Mon. Paula De Jager observed her 8th birthday by inviting in the girls of her 2nd grade class and her teacher, Mrs. May Freriks, also Debra Van Syke and Laurie Van Peursem. Thirteen men from Maurice went to the Brotherhood Convention at Waterloo Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Irene Cose returned home from the hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cose of Omaha and Mrs. Otto Evers are with her at present. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foreman spent Sunday In Des Molnes. Her parents had a dinner party for Janet Vlieger's 19th birthday on Wednesday. Those present were Mrs. Jennie Becker, Bill Bec- Ker, Jerry Larson, Ed Buckly, and Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Anderson of Sioux City. Unexpected Guests surprised first Pilgrim Thanksgiving Ninety neighbors just happened to drop by as the Pilgrims sat down to their first Thanksgiving spread. They were Indians, and the Pilgrims-out numbered nearly two to one-graciously Invited them to stay for a bite. They stayed three days, getting in to the spirit so well they slipped back into the woods and hunted up five deer for the festive pot. Now, 350 years later, descendants of Pilgrims and Indians will sit down together for another get-together in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It Is part of year-long observances remembering the trials and triumphs of that tiny foothold in the New World, the log-cabin village of Plymouth. tlon, lived little better since ar riving on the Mayflower the previous December: All but 52 died that first winter. When the snows finally melted, the Pilgrims faced their first spring planting with justifiable, foreboding. Most were townspeople, and what little they knew about farming better suited Europe and England. The Indians saved the day, showing them how to plant corn, beans, squash, and that amazing "mellon" they called a pumpkin, and how (o catch "fatt and sweet" eels, which the Pilgrims relished above all, and the unfamiliar lobsters which they found of "burdensome taste." With the end of summer, as one-- Plymouth resident wrote, "Governor Bradford sent ,foure men on fowling that so we might after a more speclall manner rejoice together, after we had gathered the fruit of our labours." The Indians then showed up, attracted by the banging blunderbusses, and everyone set to work on the communal meal. The four hunter shad bagged wild turkeys, geese, ducks, wood pigeons, and partridge. Beechnuts made stuffing. There was home-brewed beer and wine from wild grapes, plus lobster, oysters, codfish, and eels. Pumpkins were stewed to a steaming pulp, and corn was made Into bread and Into an'Indian specialty they called succotash. Prlscllla Alden presided over the largest open fire oven. Miles Standlsh paraded his 20-man regiment back and forth. Indians with bow and arrow and Pilgrims with firearms displayed their marksmanship. Stern religious services began each of the three days. However, heads bowed in the New World's first giving of °dtlly, nobody the first Plimoutl. ing occurred-in or during the mot8 harvest t| mc s "?" O^er. ApparS hungry PH grlm ' s eral eating to note Momhors of Trinity Hope Haven "$] Mon( ky alto, making (he ttipj Korver, Mrs, J, Schaaf, Mrs, A. Mrs. P. De Haas Mnnnlng, Mrs, G, C. Blom, Mrs, H !i " " Van ' Mrs. J. Lubbers,' Thanksgiving guests In the hon Frank Bomgaars •„,„„, Clifford Top family ofm, the Jim Cleverlng lamiiyj the Leon Mouw family |, Sheldon, the Elmer Van, Zwaag's and JoLynn andtj Van Steenwyk of Orange c the Norlan TopandJluj, kenpas families of Rock Ji pids, and the Harlan' family of Le Mars, Mr, and Mrs, Chattel De Vrles spent the wet at Gilmore City, Iowa t their cousin, LeeBrowi.H are spending Thanksgtvta|l Mason City, Iowa with 8 son Attorney WarrenDeV and family. Mrs. Johanna Van... ( is now residing at 326Cei 'Ave. with Mrs, Leona! ma. Mr. and Mrs, Cased Zanten went to Grand R over the weekend tovlsl daughter Judy. Business and Professional DIRECTORY Services Physicians MEDICIAL CLINIC Orange City, Iowa Phone 4938 and 4984 PAtACE THEATRE ALTON IOWA Thurs. thru Wed.--Nov. 25-Dec. 1 E.B. A. R. M.D. GROSSMANN, Phone 2261 BUSHMER, M.D. Phone 2284 HASSEBROEK, M.D. Phone 2245 P. VANDER KOOI.M.D. Phone 4104 Mon.-Fri., 9:00-4:30 E. B. GROSSMANN, JR., M.D. General Surgeon 111 Central Ave. SE Phon« 737-4817 with A qua-Sensor:'; /utt pick u» |*lf plwi l»i HI, i 737-2923 FOR SALE: Nice organ for sale in this area. A real bargain. Kimball, walnut with rhythm. Write Credit Manager, 521 Euclid, Des Moines, la. 50313. . 51-lp Date of second publication calls he had recently received, 2nd day of December, 1971. SIOUX-PREME PACKING CO. Sioux Center, Iowa Prices Paid Last Week Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 22 19.25-19.50 19.25-19.50 19.50-19.75 19.00-19.25 19.00-19.25 19.00-19.25 If you have hogs for sale call Collect 722-8001 one from the Christian Reformed Church of Hospers and one from Renville, Minn, Mrs, Lambert Van Wyhe has returned home from Rochester,,Minn, where she had been under medical care for two weeks. She Is now again staying with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Moerman, Rev. Ploeg and Mrs, John Vander from Gra,nd Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Hollaar of Stransburg, N.D., and their daughter, Mrs. Gerrit ? l £ U * S Mav toTetur^to their Mich!, arrived Friday to spend left Friday to return totneir ^ d wlth their respective homes, naving daughter and husband) Rev , spent since MOU y ^ and Mrs, Henry VandenHeuvel arTthrpSs and sister of and family. Mrs, Vermeer. Baak returned ^ Renneth ""Sd^S JENNIFER O'NEIUU • GARY GRIMES Mien, an ivcu Friday to spend Written by Minn - the week end with their grand- HERMAN RAUCHER .IM,. IVIP nritters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, A. Mr. and Mrs. W? e ,. UIUV .l,_ snhnlteman. Thev were house , A Rpber , Mulligan-Richard A. Roth Promotion Optometrist ROGGEN & FORD ELECTRONIC f COMPUTERSERVICES] 1133'rdSt.N.E, Phone 4963 Orange City, HEARING AIDS DR. A. N. ALBERTSEN Optometrist 110 2nd St. NW Phone 4246 Orange City, Iowa • Audivox • • Zenith C . J. STEGINK Radio 4 TV at KalsbeekBros, Orange City Auctioned Veterinarians SIOUX VETERINARY CLINIC Dr. A. J. Neumann Dr. L, H. Royer Dr. David Chrlstenson Dr. M, Van Haaften VETERINARIANS Phone 4950 Orange City, Iowa PR, W. L. VERMEER DR. EARLE DOUGLAS VETERINARIANS PHONE 4122 113 3rdSt,N,W, Orange City, Iowa Mrs. Dick home Friday, FROM HERMAN RAUCHER'S NATIONAL BEST SELLER ShOW Tinte In everyone's life there's a W 6- MSfi*, SUMMER OF J*2 Chiropractors Auctioneer Phone 221 9 Orange City, 1 RENVANGELDE| Auctioneer & R« al E Phone 5101 Alton, lo« a Imefgill Phone Nos FIRE ........... POLICE ........ HOSPITAL ..... SHERIFF ....... having the Irwln Raak family in jas- Pr0 duc e d by RICHARD A. ROTH JEBRY HOUSER • OLIVER CONANT ROBERTMUtUOAN^ MKHErtVqnANP TECHNICOLOR* [R| SS'JfflSSiBrjg I Ffgm W*rn«r Bret. A Klnn«y Company Dr, A, KruU Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-5604 Council*' 9 ' family In Woden, «7~"™^ man family. 10— CAPITAL, Thursday, November 25, 1971 Pr, R, J. Meylor NEW ADDRESS Highway 75 North Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-7500 Gillis Phone Nelson Phone J, Woudsf Phone 4353 junior Phone phone

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