The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 9, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1971
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Menu fit/Me school December 10 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery Cheese slices Pickles Cake or bars Orange juice, Milk December 13 Mushed potatoes Moat pattle Wax beans Pineapple slice Cookie Sandwiches, Milk December 14 Meat balls In spaghetti sauce Buttered peas Apple crisp Sandwiches, Milk December 15 Corn hamburger casserole Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Pear half Milk December 1G Creamed potatoes with ham Mixed vegetables Fruit cup Sandwiches Milk Light a light . . . (Continued from page 1) more tree lights. It is hoped that the tree will be completely lighted by Thursday, Dec. 16th, the date of the outdoor community carol sing in Windmill Park at 8:30 P.M. Groups from the schools will participate and a large crowd is anticipated. While this project is being enthusiastically supported, mail contributions are still being received at the Bank for the Hospital Fund Drive. Each mail brings more letters and checks and as of Wednesday a total of $11,350.00 ex- cjusive of light bulb sales had been received. The Deacons of one local Church, The American Reformed, have decided to donate one half of the Christmas offerings to the Hospital Fund and the remainder to Hope Haven at Rock Valley. With community support of this type the Hospital Special Needs' Committee still hopes to achieve the $17,000.00 goal during December, School board (Continued from page 1) school for 5 hours each because it took 2 janitors one and a quarter hours each, at double-time, to clean the floor. The hoard also discussed with Denis Rons their options on repairing the damaged station wagon. It was decided that thP car would be repaired and when it has been they will decide whether to keep it or trade it in. ADMISSIONS MAURICE Irwin Reinking, Nov. 30; Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt, Dec. 2; Mrs. Arie Drost, Dec. 3; Ralph Zwart, Dec. 6 HOSPERS Mrs. Ike Woudstra, Nov. 30 ORANGE CITY John De Beer, Nov. 30; Randy Van Voorst, Dec. 2; Derek Vander Broek, Dec. 3; John H. Van Roekel, Dec. 3; Albert Grooters, Dec. 6 ALTON Victor Ruppert, Dec. 1; Elmer Frederes, Dec. 2; Roy Rens, Dec. 6 DISMISSALS IRETON Mrs. Roger Broek and son, Nov. 30 ORANGE CITY Kent Hoskins, Nov 30; Mrs. H.K. De Jong, Nov 30; Mrs. Ed Schruer, Dec. 4; John Van Roekel, Dec. 5; Derek Vander Broek, Dec. 5 HOSPERS Mrs. Ike Woudstra, Dec. 2 MAURICE Mrs. Arle Drost, Dec. 4; Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt, Dec. 4 ALTON Victor Ruppert, Dec. 6; Mrs. Elliott Vande Poppe, Dec. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp and boys were Sunday after church coffee guests at the Gerald Van Tubergen home. Mr. Walt Jungers of Minneapolis, Minn, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Angellne .Jungers. Mrs. Anna Oldenkamp accompanied him home after a stay in Minneapolis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas of Long Beach, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Martha Stover at the Floyd Valley Hospital Nursing Wing In LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Klynsma drove to Madison, Wisconsin Saturday morning where they spent the day at a business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reinders were Sunday evening after church coffee guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Tammlnga. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hulsman were Vickl Vande Brake of Orange City, Jay Schipper and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schutt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tamminga were Sat. evening callers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buysman at Sibley. Mr, Neal Den Hartog, Mr, Adrian Penning, Chuck and Gary spent the weekend deer hunting at Fftlrvtew, South Da- kola. Mr. Geroge Kersten and Mr, Dick Keffeler of Marcus were also deer hunting in that area this weekend, Mr. and Mrs, JohnDeVrles of Oglevle, Minnesota were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors in the FrankKlyn- sma home, Mrs. Ed Jungers and Timothy left Wednesday last week for Minneapolis to visit with 'Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jungers and families. Mrs. Jungers returned home this Monday by bus. Mr, Thursday evening guests at the home of and Mrs, Henry in honor of their 48th ding anniversary were and Mrs, John Vander of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs, pary Te Stroete and family from Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kasteln, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Berg, Mr? and Mrs. Arnle Te Stroete, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reekers and girls and Mrs. Ruth Raak, Mr. and Mrs. Searle Jacobsma and Laurie and Mr, and Mrs.HarlanJacobsmaand family of Sioux City were Sunday supper guests at tne home of Mr. and Mrs, Horton Jacobs ma. "Mr, and Mrs, Lyle entertained on Saturday even ine as a welcome to Mr. and Mrs, Paul Mueller. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vlrell Rowe'nhorst, Mr. and Mrs, Sub Korver, Mr*. Lloyd Kepp, Mr. and Mrs, Dick SI- monsen, Mr. and Mrs, Mart Kraal, Mr, and Mrs, TomKo- hout, Mr. and Mrs Norman Bastemeyer and Mr, and Mrs. Earl Klay. Guests In the home of Mrs. H. J. Hubers on Saturday to visit with Mrs. Jonne Mackin and daughter were Mrs, Jerry Kelthley, Mrs. Cliff Bogaard, Mrs, Gerrit M. Raak and Mrs. Dale Hubers. Mrs, Carroll Mackln and tives ana triem, u daughter fcaural from Summit, clnity. she cam*».'"""»n New Jersey spent the weekend see her brotC 5?"% visiting with her grandmother, B<w»- » --• •' D °n»«» Mrs, H, J, Hubers, Mrs, Mac- kln Is the former Jonna Hubers. On Sunday they were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Dale Hubers and also Joined by Dr. and hXl'tai I*"' Eur °Pe. llenfy K amlnga from M anhatt&n, Montana arrived on Monday and will spend a Thanksgiving b«(ti,,, iart. nn» „„ V. J 1 " 5 In . [as tl fthei full; Bt we ing* !2lC > two lhfi t% r --— — - - --**• "^"VTlpifa, Al's Floor Covering Dec. 18, 1971 to Jan. 4,197$ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mouw left last Thursday for Phoenix, Arizona and will be returning again Monday. They drove Mr, John L. Mouw down there as he will be spending the winter with his daughter and family, the Gary Lyftogt's. Gerrit Robert Hulstein became ill at the Sioux Preme packing plant, where lie is employed and was rushed to the local hospital in the city emergency unit, with what was thought to be a heart attack. He remains under care and observation at the hospital. Mrs. John A. Schuiteman returned home Wednesday from Luverne, Minn., where she was a two day visitor in the home of her daughter and husband, the Norman De Jongh family, helping the latter's daughter, Lori, celebrate her first birthday. Gerrit Sneller is a patient in the St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, where he recently underwent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Wright and sons from Portland, Ind., spent the week end here with Rev. and Mrs. GeraldMahlar. They were members of the church served by Rev. Mahler while he was a college student. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Faber left by plane Monday to return home to Escondido, Cal. They spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Hans Faber, and also came to see their son, Lyle, a student at Dordt College. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellis have returned home from Denver, Colo., where they had gone to see their son, Dennis who was hospitalized there after being injured in a car accident. Arlene Schuiteman spent the week end in Mitchell, S. D. leaving Friday morning. She . was one of the speakers at ' the mission fest held at the Reformed Church there over the week end. Mrs. Loraine Loffreds from La-Punte, Calif., arrived for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vonk. Centennial Christmas will be from We wish to thank everyone for their business of the past and hope we will be able to help you with your needs in 1972, Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Yea -- Al, Jackie & Family sss^asi^B^^- ,+n* THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS WORTH of mt am will be given away by Orange City Merchants this Christinas Season store S» City Christmas Tree Stoics •w 10 • —Von the dotes Do you like Christmas time "togetherness"? Join your neighbors at the Christmas Carol Sing at Windmill Square in Orange City, Thursday, Dec. 16, at 8:30 p.m. tif i\e« V; p \ Se * «* trees in store jf See He tees in yards and | on porches T \Seethe beautifully lighted and \ decorated main street •••and the co orfol store windows of attractive gifts 104 CENTRAL AVENIJE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advance, $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 r No, 2 - December 9, 1971 s comine . ^k.O , . 2-5 p.m. every *y (except Sun.) stQrting F>i,, Dec. 3; Saturdays. , 7:30-8:30 also. CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN These prizes will be given away Merchants are giving away tickets worth a cup of \micofftt\ at any Q.C, Cafe DeHaan Electric 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 allghnment 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 tor $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 Dykema Register each week L & K Clothing Register each week Lazy Susan, magazine W» Sshing reel, electric drill 1st week ™«»* 2nd week, 3rd w^ek, *& clock radio sheets 8 track tape player Stereo Album for lst week, set bed sheets 2nd week, blouse , 3rd week, pant suit 4 drawing I knit slacks Dec, 11 drawing, 1 W Franks Shoe Store Village Drug Dutch Mill Pharmacy Super Valu Kreykes Hdwe e, double knit slacks Dec, 18 drawing double knit d 2 , $5 gift ce $200 mdse $30 prizes $300 prizes $15 prizes -THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 9, 1971

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