The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 2, 1971 · Page 3
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December 2, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 3

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HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* M OC Home Economics Dept. will hold their annual style show on Dec. 7, at the high school. Modeling clothes they made are 1-r, Pam Clark, Sue Ter Hark and Lea Smiti fiSO p.m. \enhouse-florat to open nd Mrs. Veral Chad- Spencer have an- fplanstobuildagreen- I florists shop in Or- |lty. They have pur- Ithe Pete Langstraat at 224 8th St. SW. , r permitting, they |be open for business ,1. fChadwick has been manager for the I Public School system. Wwick will attend a Irranging school in 1 Mrs. Pete Lang- purchased the Bill house. services for iVanderWilt al services will be ursday (today) for Ad- nder Wilt, 70, at the eformed Church at 1:30 jider Wilt died Monday, , very suddenly of a ! at the hospital, jis born at Boyden on 1901 to Anthony and Holster) Vander Wilt. Jennie Van Oort on |6, 1924. They moved |ge City in March of i survivied by his wife sons, Jack of Orand Rev. Marlin of j Mich.; six grandchil- brother, Tony of Hull: , Mrs. Herman (Kai Haan. |ting will be Rev. R. elom and Rev. Al- Rev, Arthur De 111 furnish special mu- Bmpanist, Mrs. Harold {Pallbearers will be, |yeks, Robert Boon- erce De Jager, Art Henry Heynen and ekel. Burial at West ry under the Van eral Home. Free movies at Palace Theatre Free movies for children (and their parents too) will be shown at the Palace Theatre each Saturday until Christmas. Show times are 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Among the area businesses sponsoring the movies are the following from Orange City: Russell's Ready Mix, Pantry Cafe, Mouw's Super Valu, L& K Clothing, Midwest Pre- Casting, Le Mars Federal Savings and Loan, The Sioux County Capital, the Dutch Mill Pharmacy and the Northwestern State Bank. Free tickets can be obtained from any of the above. Children must be accompanied by adults when getting tickets, "Pumstuf" will be shown Dec. 4, "Willie Wonka, the Chocolate Factory," Dec. 11 and "Latitude Zero", Dec. 18, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van ^arisen and family were Sun- iay afternoon and evening guests in the John Bonnema home at Sioux Center in honor of Mr. Bonnema's birthday. Saturday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Vender Vegte were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Droog. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoff and children of Mason City, visited their aunt Rita Schnee. They and other relatives and friends helped Rita celebrate her birthday on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Dora Heemstra' visitors for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grlebet and son of Monroe, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Klinger and three children from Denver, Colo., Rev. Eugene De Hoogh from Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. H. De Jong and Mrs. Peter Bonthuis. Mrs. Albert Slothouber had Thanksgiving dinner at the Ralph Mouw home along with the Evert Boone family. < tl Miss Alice Blom enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the Leon Roggen home. Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp and Miss Ann De Lint were invited to the home of Mrs. Cornle Blom for Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Gertrude Siemonsma spent Thanksgiving day at the Laurence Siemonsma home in Sheldon. Tena Koster enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the home of her brother, John Koster and went to the home of her sister, the Harry Te Grotenhuis' In the afternoon. Rev. A. Anacker from St. John's and St. Paul's Lutheran Church atlreton had charge of the service on Sunday p.m. those assisting him with special music were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schmidt, Scott Schmidt, Mrs. Anacker, also Julie and Marie Anacker and Jeff Ellts, Mrs. Vernon Eilts was pianist. Howards Jelgerhuls' visitors were Elizabeth Roden- burgh fromSiouxCenter.Miss Everlye Muilenburg from Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Muilenburg and children Meg and Tammy from Slbley. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bunz and children from Stillwater, Minn., visited their father, Mr. Evert Roelfson on Friday. Mrs. Rod Muilenburg and two sons from Rosemont, Minn., visited Miss Ann Van Zwal on Friday. Mrs. Mary Hentges visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Irv Kennedy and three children, Elizabeth, Mary and Ann from Elispean, Minn., Mary Krog- " man and Pete Peterson, both from Minneapolis, Minn.,Sister M. Gilbert from Dubuque, and Miss Ida Brunsman and Tim Krogman from Alton. Miss Mabel Schuller visited her father, Mr. James Schuller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Elsma and boys from Brunsvllle, Minn., and Charles and Douglas Houlton, treton, called on Mr. Fred Vander Ham on Sunday. Ida Brunsman, Alton, and Sister M. Gilbert, Dubuque visited Miss Sadie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Foreman and family, Des Molnes, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Foreman, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Mr. Nick Aalbers, Jr. and Miss Jane Mann, Des Molnes, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brower the past week. Mr. Vandahaas from Manhatten, Kansas also visited the Browers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reeves from Le Mars vlsl- '.ed Ed Sordrager. Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, Iowa.) Corn LOO Oats 68 Soybeans 2.88 Top Butchers 19.50 Sows If.Of SPECIAL NOTICES The Y-Teen Recognition Service will be held on Sunday evening December 5 at 7-30 pm. at the Trinity Reformed Church In conjunction with their evening worship service. Miss Lynne Lender- Ink is Chairman of the event. The American Legion and Auxiliary will have a "Fish Fry" on Monday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the Town Hall. All husbands of auxiliary members and wives of Legionnaires are invited. The special speaker for the evening will be Mr. Clayton Hill from Sutherland. Also December 8 will be Gift Shop in Cherokee. Any Legion Auxiliary memberwhc Is Interested In going, please contact Mrs. Bud Vander Laar. by Monday, December 6. Anyone still wishing to share a gift with a veteran and his family, please bring to the office of Don Van Der Weide or to the home of Mrs. Vander Laan. Date to remember: December 7, Program at the Pioneer Home In charge of Mrs. John Boone; December21 .program at the Heritage House and January 4, County Legion and Auxiliary Meeting in Sioux Center Library basement. To win the respect of the children Is an achievement for the parents these days. Christmas Tour of Homes Thursday, Dec. 9 Homes open for viewing 1-7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum for $1.50. Coffee will be served there for everyone taking the tour. Adults only Sponsored by Sioux County Historical Society. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Balkema were Mrs. Evadene Klinghagen and family and also Rachel Klinghagen, a student at Michael Reese Hospital of Nursing in Chicago. Rachel spent the weekend visiting her family returning to Chicago again on Sunday. Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Mrs. Hubert Muilenburg were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Else and Chad from Pipestone, Minnesota, Mrs. Elizabeth Rodenburg from Sioux Center, Miss Everlye Mullenburg from Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Muilenburg and family from Sibley and Mrs. Howard Jelgerhuis. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH Of FREE GIFTS will be given away by Orange City Merchants this Christmas Season Register in every store ;ht a light for |e O C Hospital Stores OttN on toe dote* 1971 w phamber of Commerce up with an unusual j barreled project to the city during Deland the Holiday Season |the same time assist fPltal in its moderni- |rogram. uttful 40 foot Colorado uce has been donated Kraal and the tree |ady been placed in the pt corner of Windmill he Chamber and other have purchased of 40 bulb Christ- Jits which will be avail- decorate che tree. Dt a light for the will be the theme iprating the tree. With fl.OO donation a light furnished and when a string of forty given a crew fur- the Municipal Ut- ll install the entire «>ject has received an •stlc response. The f donating the first two to the employees pspltal, Within minutes |>g the plan employees frrthwestern State Bank funds for an entire did the Chamber of Contributions will do double duty. For each light contributed by the community the Northwestern State Bank has agreed to donate $1.00 up to a total of $1,000. So if one thousand lights are lit up on the tree the Hospital Fund will receive $2,000. Indications are that many firms and their employees, classes and faculties of the various schools, all civic and religious organizations will wish to share in this unusual »UN \\ I SANTA r addltion to the many boxes located in the stores contributions can be made a Hhe Northwestern State Bank where a special account has been set up in charge of Mrs. Ruth Vander Wei. One Chamber member remarked "It's a terrific idea. SfltalnsowellwlthUieCham- ter theme of making Orange tte Christmas Tree City Ui s year. And the beauty of it is that everyone, young and old by contributing a dime or a dollar or more can real y feel that they are responsible for this beautiful tree- ' IP" •reef will be placed con' in many stores and • whem contributions (amount can be given, collections will be Iwhen sufficient funds more strings of be added. In this I entire community can " seeing this beautiful a s tree become a beauty and have the II satisfaction ottoiow- t It's really their tree. for 1972 has already been light for the Hos- beautify the city the same time -a truly double barreled project Mrs. Henry Tulnlnga was* s comng 2-5 p.m. every day (except Sun.) starting PH., Dec. 3; Saturdays, 7:30-8:30 also. CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN KIDS Write a letter to Santa! Prizes for the best 1st—$25 2nd~$10 3rd--^10 to each of 10 Shop Orangel City Christ mas City ****** '» * e the trees in yards Tree * * »e beautifullyt&tedand Decorated'main street •••and the colorful store windows of attractive gifts __ ************* ****, These prizes will be given away 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 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 alighnment 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 polnsettia plants Electric blanket, Fondue set, Men's cuff links set $60 mdse $150 in prizes $25 gift certificate 3 names each week for $2 mdse Coast to Coast National Food Register each week for 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 Franks Shoe Store Village Drug Dutch Mill Pharmacy Super Valu Kreykes Hdwe Lazy Susan, magazine rack, fishing reel, electric drill 1st week, Presto Hand Mixer 2nd week, Sunbeam Steam Iron 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, 1 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 *********************t** T tVN I I •• \ 7 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL **************,*****,*! Thursday, December 2, 1971—3 WortMngton,

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