The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 2
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December 16, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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Mrs. Marion Mouw was a Sunday dinner guests in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mouw. Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Aivin Nibbeiink were Mr. and Mrs. Aivin Bleyenberg and family from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kooiker and family from Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Plqn- der and family and Mr. .and Mrs. Arnold Van CeldeT and family were Sunday evening supper guests in the hdme of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mars at Hull. Supper guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Plender on ! Saturday evening for a Christ* ' mas party were Mr, and Mrs. Norman Plender and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Plender and family. Mr, tad Mrs. Harvey Ob- blnk and family visited in the home of-Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Elsma at treton on Sunday afternoon, helping .the Elsma's celebrate their anniversary. lilt Special. $1,89 value Home Permanent J^ 8 - Ruthva, °e leaving.*.. 1 Head 6- Shoulders SUPER SIZE $2.20 value 7 oz, tube Gaylene Van Peursem and Steve Boole just finished making their reindeers to help decorate their room. F-V musicians to present Messiah APPLIANCE SPECIALS The Village has a large selctlon of small appliances by Sunbeam-G.E.-Faberware and other famous names __ •$33.98 Sunbeam Professional ffff/f *VjflP/ 4 temperature—remote control The Floyd Valley High School Department of Music will present Handel's famous oratorio "Messiah" as its annual Christmas concert on December 19 and 20. Two performances will be glven,- a Sunday afternoon presentation at the Hospers auditorium (2:00 p.m.) and a second performance In the Alton auditorium on Monday evening at 8:00 p.m. The oratorio will feature the sixty-voice Floyd Valley Concert Choir and student soloists under the direction of Larry F. Schleffer, and the Chamber Band Ensemble under the direction of James S. Moen. Floyd Valley student soloists Include Barbara Manson, Nlta Bloemendaal, Barbara Vander Maten, and Barbara Schneider, sopranos, Coralle Klelnhessellnk and ', Rachel Vander Ploeg, altos, Steven Hofmeyer, tenor, and John Schneider and Robert Van Gelder, basses. "Messiah", the first major choral work ever presented at Floyd Valley, Is divided Into three sections, telling musically of the prophecy and birth of Christ, His suffering and death, and His resurrection, using scriptural texts as the basis of the dialogue. The Floyd Valley musi- . -;<!ilans will perform the entire first part of "Messiah" - the prophecy and fulfillment of the nativity. NW alumns (Continued from page 1) the Northwestern Alumni Office that a block of seats will be reserved for Northwestern fans. All Northwestern alumni and friends are Invited to attend the supper and game, but reservations must be made by December 24 by call- Ing Agnes Steunenberg, Alumni Secretary: 737-4821- ext, 54 or 737-2641 after 5:00 P.M. On Dec. 30 the Red Raiders will play Wartburg College in Waverly. Alumni and friends are also invited to attend the Wartburg game. ORANGE CITY Gerrlt J. Te Qrotenhuls, Dec. 8; Leah Bouwman, Dec. 8; Russ Vande Brake, Dec. 9; Mrs. Herman Oldenkamp, Dec. 10; Grace Dekker, Dec. 10; John Ter Horst, Dec. llj Dick Feenstra, Dec. 12; Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul, Dec. 13 ALTON Mrs. Lucy Vande Poppe, Dec. 8; Brenda Bloemendaal, Dec. 8 GRANVILLE Ed Schneider, Dec. 9 LE MARS Paula Elch, Dec. 10 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Randy Van Voorst, Dec. 7; Leah Bouwman, Dec. 9; Albert Grooters, Dec. 10; John De Beer, Dec, 11; Jerry Bloemendaal, Dec. 12; Ella Vande Grlend, Dec. 13; Mrs. Herman Oldenkamp it daughter, Dec. 13 DES MOINES Mrs. Rob Van Pelt 4 daughter, Dec. 7 BOYDEN Mrs. August Smlt, Dec. 7 'MAURICE Irwln Retaking, Dec. 9 LEMARS Paula Elch, Dec. 10 ALTON Elmer Frederes, Dec, 10; .toy Rens, Dec, 11 GRANVILLE Ann* Relm, Dec, 11 The work opens with an instrumental sinfonia which sets the mood for the text which follows. The work consists of alternating solos and choruses. While the choruses are generally reflective, commenting on the great truths of scripture, the solo recitatives and arias are of more personal quality, bringing an awareness of the Intimate nature of the religious spirit. The two vocal styles blend into a moving presentation which tells Christendom's greatest story in a superb musical setting. District court Nu Way Drug Service Inc. has filed suit against Sav On Discount Store and Frank Katje asking for judgment in the amount of $4,153.96, together with interest and costs. Plaintiff alleges this is the amount due on an open account which is unpaid and owing by the Defendant. By transcript from the Justice of the Peace Court of John H. Vermeer, Albert Fred Buchmann of Chatsworth has been charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While under the Influence of alcoholic beverages. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and bond was set at $350.00 and he was bound over to District Court. The Estate of Johanna Te Grotenhuis paid the sum of $730.77 Inheritance Tax. The Estate of Effle Rons Egglnk paid the sum of $304. 23 Inheritance Tax. Final Report was filed in the Estate of Frank Mousel an it is now closed and the Executor discharged. Egbert T. Wegter d/b/a Wegter Welding has received Default Judgment against Cornie Brunsting in the amount of $170.42 with Interest and costs. Gerard W. Scholten and Robert G. Scholten were appointed Conservators of the property of Gerard Scholten. By Order of Judge Kennedy the Foreign Will of Malinda Marsh, late of St. Paul, Minn, was admitted to probate. The Last Will and Testament of Adrian Vander Wilt was admitted to probate. Jennie Vander Wilt was appointed Executrix. Bond was waived by the Will. Farmers Mutual Coop Assn. filed suit against Don Wlelen- ga of Orange City, Plaintiff asks judgment in the amount of $48.09 with interest and costs. Said amount represents rental for parking area for his truck since May of 1969, The Estate of the late Dora Hospers paid $594.92 State Inheritance Tax. heal $11.95 Rival ' Can-0-Alatic Electric can opener Mirro—-automatic 3<Hty> Percolator *9 $099 $16.50- GEIron Spray-steam-dry 99 —. ^Automatic Toaster Stainless Steel Faberware Automatic Cooker-fryer $14.95 Sunbeam automatic 12 cup Perculator */0" ymth 'CANDIES Beautiful Fragranw GIFT SETS Revlon, Coty, Dubarry, shulton Faberge—and many others ' $2.00 Skinny Dip Cologne tf*9 CHRISTMAS GIFTS $2.00 Desert Flower Hand & Body Lotion Clairol Kindness Electric Hair Setter Revlon Intimate "One of the world's most cherished fragrances" CfflOWt Once-a-year ASSORTED CHOCOLATES Always a Christmas favorite . . . creams, nuts, fruits, caramels, nougats, toffee scotch, crunches and chewy centers, dipped in finest dark and milk chocolate. 1 lb. $2.00 2 Ib. $3.95 3 to. $5.90 5 Ib. S9.75 8 oz. box $1.00 Regular $3.50 CLEANSING CREAM , $5.00 YOUNG PROMISE, . ,' $2.50 EYE CREAM $3.25 SKIN FRESHENER . . $3.25 Penetrating Cleanser, , $3.25 Skin Firming Lotion . . $5.50 Dubarry Moisture Pedalsj Evereaefy Batteries "D" size—for toys, flashlltes, battery powered appliances •r each SAVEIH m vium CAMERAWEMRTMENT $90.00 Kodak Instamatic M-60 Super 8 Movie Projector *55 Samsonite Luggage MEN'S 3-SUITER MEN'S 21" COMPANION f££ $94.00 Set Rnw.fal W Special Save up to 25% on selected styles. N.W. Iowa's most complete Samsonite selection. '50 Kodak Carrousel Slide Projector Save on Kodak cameras, projectors at the VILLAGE'S complete camera dept.--service, savings, satisfaction CHRISTMAS FOR THE SAW Mr. Robert Van Pelt came from Des Molnes on Friday to get Mrs. Van Pelt and children. They had been visiting In the Ray Van Pelt home. Dinner guests on Sunday at the Van Pelt home before they left for Des Molnes were Mrs. Van Pelt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Endreson and family from Esthervllle and Mr, and Mrs, A.C, Van Citters. Friday supper and evening guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Nibbeiink and family were Mr, and Mrs. Wil* bur P. De Jong and family, 'The Noteboom cousins will vtalt with Mrs. Andrew Sorg» dr»mr en Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Sorgdrager is confined to h»r home. Q Suits LJ Dresses Q Shoes LJ Bootees LJ Sleep-Sets [J Sweaters LJJSIeepers LJ Training Chairs LJ Banks LJ Formula LJ Blankets Cl Scales LJ Spoons LJ Diapers LJ Layettes « LJ Sacque Sets Q Strollers $34.95 Poloroid Square Shooter Color pictures in seconds for less. Complete line of Polaroid cameras, cases and accessories. You save more at The VILLAGE. 40 X 40 deluxe linticular screen $22.50 $13.50 $16.95 40 X 40 beaded screen $38.95 7 X 35 Binoculars Lifetime guarantee Quality features no other field glass offers, Also save on wide angle, 6-12 power zoom. NOW! MCVIft WITHOUT MOVIE UGlfIS XL33 XL55, Squeeze Toys [J Diaper Bags U Bottles BABY PANTS SPECIALS Reg, $1,79, Reg. $1.49. Reg, $1,25, Reg. $1,00. Reg. 69<?., Reg, 49$ , ,Now$l,29 ,Now$l,19 ,Now$l,09 .Now 89( .Now 59<? .Now 39^ SAVE 20% WESTCLOX ALARM and WALL CLOCKS $4.49 WESTCLOX Pocket Watch Give the newest movie cameras. The new KODAK XL33 Movie Camera or the KODAK XL55 Movie Camera with zoom lens. They taKe natural looking movies In the light you live In... using new KODAK EKTACHROME 160 Movie Film. raop-i HOUDAVS Film all your Christmas fun with a Kodak drop-In movie camera or with a Kodak drop-in still camera. Easy. You can count on Kodak to help you save those special moments. And you can count on us tor all your photographic needs. Drop in) FREE: $100,00 Gift Certificates. Register each time you shop at The VIIUAGE for 10-$ 10" gift certificates to be given away, Mon., Dec, 20. Open every nite FREE GIFT VILLAGE VW KPARTMENT ^VILLAGE DRUG 2-iTHE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 18, 1971

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