The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 2, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1971
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David Kleis is joining expanding Hospers bank Services held for Maynard Drost Maynard Drost passed away at Denver, Colorado on Nov. The Hospers Savings Bank has announced the expansion of Its facilities, services and personnel. The Board of Directors of the Hospers Saving recently engaged the services of Mr. David Klels In Implement and assist In the expansion of their present services. Mr. Klels received his Bachelors of Art degree from Northwestern College In 10fi7 with ma|ors In Mathematics :md Business. Upon graduation he t:\iiRlil math In the Sioux Center public schools. Presently lie Is :> member of the st:iff'of Kdlna Public Schools In the Minneapolis area. He Is presently teaching business ;mil mathmatlcs on the secon- d;iry level. For the past two summers he h:is been studying at the University of Minnesota and .-if M:ink.'ito State College con- rent nitlnp in the study of Finance. Currently he is also taking spprlal training from H. & R. Block T.ix Accountapts. Mr. Klels will be joining the staff of the bank shortly after the 1st of January. The Bank has recently secured additional property adjacent to the present banking building and plans are now being made to remodel the combined area Into a modern banking facility. Included In the remodeled area will be additional office area, bookkeeping space, conference room and a complete insurance and real estate office. DAVID KI.KIS Mr. and Mrs. Arle Reekers spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keekers and family at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Heerde were supper guests Thanksgiving evening at the Art Heerde home at Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vander Naald of Sanborn were last week Monday night callers at the Henry Kamies home. A farewell coffee party was held this Monday afternoon at the Nelson Nieuwenhuis home hosted by Mrs. Nieuwnhuis and Mrs. Bud Boone with the neighborhood ladies attending for Mrs. Ross Port. Mr. Port has resigned as town pollce- / man and they are moving this week to Le Mars where he will be employed. Dutch Treat Week (Continued from page 1) sophomore, Dnve Hector, sophomore, and Dale Van Veldhul7,en, junior. Tom plays both football and basketball for NW. The Northwestern girls have an opportunity to chalk up points by buying a box lunch and a boy on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Full and Phillip of Taunton, Minn, were Thursday evening till Saturday guests at the Angellne Jungers home and also attended the Streff- Heying wedding at Alton on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Roos and children were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. M. Pederson, at Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. BernardHaag and family of Oxford, Neb. spent from Tuesday night to Sunday morning at the home of Mrs. Mae Haag. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meulebroeck and family and Tom Fier of Taunton, Minn, were Wednesday night and Thanksgiving Day guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffman and Carolyn of Porter, Minn, were Thanksgiving Day and overnight guests. Mrs. Liz Foreman and boys of Le Mars spent Wed. thru Sunday afternoon at her mothers homo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haag and Janelle of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Schlichte and family were additional Thanksgiving Day guests. Mr. John Haag of Quimby, la. was a Saturday dinner and supper guest at the Haag home. 5, 1»71. . . ... Maynard was born July 13, 1016. He was formerly of Orange Ctty and worked at the Cambier body shop for several years. He was presently employed by the Goodman Motor Co. of Denver. Services were held at tne Bullocfk Colonial Chapel of Enfilewood, Colorado, on Nov. 9, 1971 at 10:00 A.M. Officiating were Rev. L. L.Lewis and Rev. Doyle Roth. Organist was Mrs. Frank Ankenman and soloist was Herbert Bonks. Casket bearers were the owner and employees of the Goodman Motors. Surviving are his wife, Freda, nee Kosters. Sons, Brucp'and Greg Drost, grandsons Shawn and Cory Drost. Brothers Gerrlt Drost of Minn., Gerald of Denver, and Rudy of Orange City. Sisters, Mrs Tracy Halma of Calif.. Minnie Feenstra of Orange City, Irene Jones of Delaware, Wllma Van Zee of Minn., and Dorothy Kleinhessellnk of Orange City. Burial was at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schaffhausen of Chicago were weekend guests of Mrs. Angellne Jungers and also came to attend the wedding of their niece, Miss Patrice Streff of Alton to Steve Keying of Granville on Friday afternoon, Nov. 26th at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema and Mr. and Mrs. Case Boterhoek returned home this week from Denver, Colorado where they visited for a week with their children and other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz and family were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Huygens. The first snow mil of the season brought out the artistic ability of the Jack Van Rooyen family. The snow S started out n.s a snowman when the head fell it ended up as a snow dog. The dog was sculptured by Patty (front) and her sister Becky. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Raak and Ruth of Redwood Falls, Minn, were last Wednesday night to Saturday guests at the Don Raak home. Additional Thanksgiving day dinner guests were Mr, and Mrs. Dick Gumto and Michael of Sioux City and Galen Haack. Friday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schoonhoven •were Mr. Gerrit Schoonhoven and Mr. and Mrs. John Schoonhoven and family of Holland, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Schoonhoven and family of Ward, South Dakota. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Smit were Sunday evening after church coffee guests at the Pete Van Kalsbeek home. A Thanksgiving and birthday supper was held on Friday evening, Nov. 19th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arie Roos and Linda. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Van Kalsbeek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art DiekeversandMrs.Mattle Vos. It was Mr. Roos' birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dykstra and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De Jong and Kelly of Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kooima and Dawn of Inwood were Thanksgiving Day dinner and evening guests at the Simon De Jong home at Sioux Center. ADJ3 Timothy Jungers arrived home on Wednesday, November 24th after receiving his discharge on Nov. 16th from the U.S. Navy. He served for the past 3 years with the 176th Attack Squadron aboard the Aircraft Carrier Roosevelt. Timothy plans to attend Lakewood Junior College with the Spring Term at White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Arnie Te Stroete home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Te Stroete, Julie and Mark of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. David Mulder, Dick and Amy of Sioux Center and Mrs. Dick Mulder of Orange City. Mrs. Betha Zwagerman accompanied her brother, Edward and Mrs. De Boer of Orange City to Florida for a few weeks vacation. Mrs. Ivan Mullenburg spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Du Bois at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hofmeyer of Orange City called at the Mike Foreman and Andrew Vander Berg homes last Wednesday afternoon. O.C. serviceman reads about John Lorber In German newspaper Duane fe Grotenhuls who Is With the Military Police stationed in Germany sent the following article to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Te Grotenhuls, Duane had seen the article In a paper In Germany and thought many people in the Orange City vicinity would be interested since the Lorber's were former residents of Orange City. There are only 1G new faces, among the 40 Upper Heyford grldders that will suit up for the USAFE championship. Though the defending champions depend on their 1970 veterans, the newcomers have played a vital role in adding this year's U.K. crown to the Sky King's trophies. Particularly In defense have the new players made the difference. With their ranks decimated by major injuries almost from the start, UH now has four of those newcomers in its defensive front five. Linebacker John Lorber, the ex-Air Force Academy fullback, is Its leading tackier. Only the secondary is composed largely of the vets that brought home the bacon last year. The Sky Kings' linebackers are the heart of the defense. They have a couple of dandies —Lorber and veteran Mike Carmichael, who rank 1-2 In bringing down enemyballcar- rlers. Lorber, who scored Air Force's first TD In its new staduim and played in eight of the 10 UH league tilts, was credited with being in on 130 ctops, an average of 16.3 per'game. (UH statisticians lump unassisted and assisted tackles which make figures <seem inflated.) Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover drove to Charles City, Iowa on Tuesday, Nov. 23rd, where they attended the funeral of his cousin, Gary Sylvester, age 32, who was killed instantly in a car accident on Saturday, November 20th. 1*1 The Lambert Holllnga and Carl Retaking families en- Joyed thanksgiving dinner with Dr. Lee J, Marven and family of Le Mars, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Miller of Fallbrook, California are guests of the Lambert Holllngas, They'll also be visiting their son, Don Miller and family at Exlra, Iowa where he Is Principal In the school system. They'll be returning to spend a few more days with the L. Holllnga family next week. Attending the funeral of Maynard Drost were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vande Grlend of Hull, la., Mr. and Mrs. Ger- rlt Wm. Kosters and Mrs, GeTrlt Kosters of Orange City. Thanksgiving T>ay dinner guests In the G.L. Rens home were Mr and Mrs. Kent Rens and Trade of Mllford and Dr. and Mrs. Gene Nichols Lynn and Lori of Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. De Vrles and Mrs. Marlon Mouw drove to Sioux Falls on Saturday afternoon where they attended the wedding of Marv Velllnga and Delores Bailey. Mrs -~Kalrt2 M > HvwSSi Homo. Joyce Mejour both'oi Mich., spent the, th e Peter Mleras turning home awi.'! morning. ™" Mr. and Mrs. sii| don an' " week-end Mr. and Mrs. also in the HHI lnlreton.Al SO v| 8 | w *ek-end l n * were . and daughter of j the Gary Vander in . Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs, Term of Council Blutis s il week-end visiting injJ ental VernonMomh Mrs. Marie Houtsma visited Saturday afternoon at the Sheldon Hospital with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Heinle Westra of Boyden, who underwent surgery on Wednesday last week. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY.loil AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Ion! and the official, paper for the City of Orange cy SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advattjl $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 - December 2,151 This Christmas give a gift that lasts . . .and lasts Give the thrift habit! There's no better present for the boy or girl who is just a little too old for toys—than the gift of a savings account. For it's a gift that's never outgrown. Open a savings account for your child here at the Northwestern State Bank this Christmas. Encourage your child to save regularly—and for every dollar he saves, add a dollar to his account yourself! Register for prizes Two special gifts will be drawn for each Monday until Christmas. Register each week. Gallon us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts -- Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts — Personal Loans — Safe Daposlt Orange City The Christmas Tree City invites you to enter the Christmas Tree Decorating Contest The Orange City businessmen are decorating their stores with Christmas trees. The Orange City Municipal Utilities encourages you to join in the community effort to make Orange City the Christmas Tree City by decorating a tree outside ot your home. Rules: 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 Priie 3rd Prize Ten 4th M«f| of $ 5 each I Chamber of commerce City Hall; O.C, Yes, I wish to join In » tree decorating contest * 6 Orange City the Christmas Name Address ,«,.** 2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 2, 1971

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