The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1971
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Jeff Hall and Allen Koster (right) drew a 20 by 12 foot mural of "Christmas Itound The World" that was used at the Faculty Dames dinner and at Dordt college Berry Christmas was written in English, French, Russian, German and Dutch on he mural, ews of yesterday YEARS AGO Maurice-Orange City Ue Dutchmen" finished i football season with a record. Moving the pig- I for 1 the B-squad were iReljiHng, Nolan Bogaard, •Larry Ver Steeg. Beade defense unit were Arlan fenga, Nolan Bogaard, Schiebout, Rick Van m and Don Rens. rman G. Bastemeyer, an City High School and western graduate, will here January 1st to the practice of law. At|y Earl Klay disclosed eekthat Bastemeyer will fcsociated with him in the •firm of Klay and Klay. and Mrs. Arthur De lannounce the engagement • daughter, Alyce Faye Vander Stoep. Alyce |mployed at Dr. S. Os- dental office and Don senior at Northwestern i f first annual bazaar, [November 17 and 18 at Town Hall, brought In 1,000 to the auxiliary, ding orders for additional 'iiade .ltems..The treasur- [ report disclosed that 14.38 was cleared at the Ir and that another $73 of orders were taken Licenses plate- custo- i queued up to the counter ! county treasurer's of- jall day Friday, the first the sale, to get their J1962 auto numbers. Coun- j'easurer Stan De Haan i that over 320 sets of were passed out the |morning, from 8-12a.m. number seekers were outside the treasur- fofflce as : early as 4:30 YEARS AGO Orange 'City public recently purchased pots to accommodate the ade school students now The lots, all on the side of the scr.oll will |de three softball fields, the southeast corner, the northeast corner i In the middle, and Mrs. Del De Haan sold their home, just |of A. D. Van Etten's to Mrs. Dale Hubers. i Haan'shave purchased Zevenbergen farm ast of town, , and Mrs. Wm.W.Bom- | of Maurice announce the mt of their daughter, to John I. Kamies, Mr. and Mrs. Henry i of Hospers. YEARS AGO r Lawrence Van Wyk, Or- PUy, is the newly elected } teacher in the Newkirk flidated school, He re- Mr, Kenneth S mouse called Into service. JO YEARS AGO Schepers of Grand 5 i Mich., bought the ^Wilding owned by S. and occupied by Kroeze Grocery for the " $2875. Mr, Schepers ught the Hujzengaes- jiouse across from the j'lan school for $2750, Reported that Mr. Sche» i and John Kroeze are 'Ing over the grovery 1 the store, , women of the Amert* wormed Ghyrch will be " ^ow that the spoons Some time ago, it that 7 dozen 'ere missing from Wtchen, Weeks ( TO r|0 trace of the i' Spoons, Then, no IWse of the Phrlst* """I wmepn* left the ' n?aUy wrapped on Early Sunday afternoon radio listeners were startled to hear an agitated voice break into their program with the announcement that a rumor had come to Washington that Japenese planes were bombing Pearl Harbor near Honolulu. The rumor was soon verified when the Wake Up American program was interrupted to tell of great destruction in Hawaii. By Monday morning, estimated casualties were above 3,000 with 1,500 killed. 35 YEARS AGO Six to eight foot Christmas trees have been purchased and 600 feet of light cord with sockets have been bought to bring twelve colored lights to each tree. City workmen have changed the light globes in the streamers across the streets in the business section to add to the color of the Christmas season. Saturday night brought bad luck to Arle, Raymond and Marion Jasper, Martin Vander Broek and Julius Hop. The boys took a short trip to Sioux City and after returning became stalled in a snow drift near the Vander Broek home. In the efforts to get the car out Martin froze his fingers, Ray froze his ears and Mar- 'ion's ears suffered the same treatment. The Alton Library moved Saturday into the new community building. The Boy Scouts assisted with the job. Officers for the Frlesian society "Us Heitelan" are not chosen directly in open meeting. The five members receiving the highest votes in the meeting held last Wednesday evening in the town hall were made officers for the coming year. Sjoerd Goslinga was made president; Sip Hibma, vice president; Fred DeBeer, secretary and Joe Steensma, treasurer. Tjerk De Vries was made alternate to fill any vacancy which may arise during the year. Services held for Douwe De Boer Funeral services were held for Douwe De Boer on Tues. Dec 14 at the Reformed Church In Alton. Rev. Clarence Grevelng officiated. Mr. De Boer died after a short illness on Friday at the local hsopital. Special music was furnished by Ray and Gerald- Ine Schreur with Mrs. John Fennema was organist. Pallbearers were E.J. Aalbers, Ed Karrssen, Gerald Reinders, John Boone, Jake Hofmeyer and Hugo Jochum. Burial was in the Nassau Township Cemetary in Alton under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. He was born in Alton on Dec. 5, 1892, married Anna Rowenhorst Oct. 2, 1919 in Orange City. He was a vet- Mrs. Charles Tillema left on Tuesday for Ann Arbor, Mich., where she will spend the Christmas holidays with the Ryan Mulder family. Mrs. Arabella Slpma, Mrs. Lena De Kraay, Mrs. Gwen Van Wechel, Miss Valerie Aden and Mrs. Ella Tillema attended the Christmas'Carol Sing at the Central Reformed Church In Sioux Center on Sunday evening. Among the many Iowa State University fans who will be traveling to the Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex., will be Nancy Versteeg, daughter of Mrs. Lawrence VerSteeg, 323 Iowa Ave., Orange City. Miss VerSteeg is a member of the Iowa State University Cheer Squad and has just, returned from San Diego, Calif., where the Cyclones played the last regular game of the season. Now, they will be In the Sun Bowl on Dec. 18 and the Cheer Squad will be with the Iowa State contingent to generate pep for the game against Louisiana State University. Pictured here with Miss VerSteeg is her cheer partner, Tom Wilkes of Decorah. Miss VerSteeg is a resident and social chairman for Barton Hall and Is a junior in medical technology. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Luymes from Sioux Falls were guests on Saturday in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyan visited in the home of Mrs. Herbert Hulsman in Rock Valley on Monday* Another Open House for Harmony Home Approximately 1,500 people attended the open house at the Harmony Youth Home last Saturday. Because of the many requests from people another open house will be held Saturday, Jan. 1, from HsOOa.m. until 10:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jurgens, the house parents for the home, will be arriving within the next two weeks. The first guests will arrive some time after the first of the year. The home will house ten boys with each boy having his own room. Mr. and Mrs. HubertSchul- ler expressed appreciation to everyone for their Interest In the home and said that visitors are welcome any time. Alpha Psi Omega picks Heidi players The awards committee of Alpha Psi Omega met to nominate deserving actors and actresses for the much publicized play of HEIDI. It was presented at Northwestern College by the class in Children's Theatre. Nominations are made on each play presented by Northwestern and at the end of the year trophies are presented to the final winners. Nominations for HEIDI are as follows: Major men-Mike Gray as Pete; Major women- Peg Johnson as Heidi; Minor men-Fred Wiegand as Seppi; Minor women-Nat De Boer as Dete; Backstage award-Marsha Jasper for publicity and Allen Jiskoot for stage. /MI/ Hem Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Van Berkum and Mrs. Alice Prlns went to Rock Valley on Sunday afternoon to visit with their father, Mr. John Van Berkum. The Literture Department of the Woman's Club had their Christmas luncheon Tuesday noon at the Dutch Mill Inn with Mrs, Wm. Berry, Mrs. Royce Blayllck and Mrs. A. Drake as hostesses. Twenty-three members were present. De- votions were given by Mrs. Alfred Drake, Phyllis scorza gave a review on The Gift* of Christmas by Rachel Hartman, Gifts of aprons and ties were given for the County Home. Roll call was taken by members answering where they Intended to spend Christmas. Mr. and Mrs, John Post drove to Sioux City on Sunday evening where they attended the program at the Morningslde Reformed Church "Night of Nights", The entire program was arranged by Mr. Fred Verdoorn. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, 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 - No. 3 - .December 16, 1971 I THOUSAND Of WORTH Of f&t will be given away by Orange City Merchants this Christmas Season «/Af '»/ then moved to Alton. He is survived by his widow, two sons, Homer of Orange City and Robert of Alton, two daughters, Mrs. Edwin (Charlotte) Meyer of Ireton, andMrs.Del(Charlene)Klos- ter of Longmont, Colo,, two brothers, August of Alton and Edward of Orange City, six sisters, Mrs. Emma Kleln- hessllink, Mrs. James Van Gorp, and Mrs, Otto H. Rowenhorst, all of Orange City, Mrs, H.M. Schloten of Boyden, Mrs. Betha Zwagerman of Hospers, and Mrs Henry Kammtnga of Manhatten, Mont. KIDS Write 4 letter to Santa! Prizes for the best 1st--$10 2nd«$ 5 3 r d—$ I to each of 10 Age limit, 10 Shop Orctnge\ Gfy Hie Christmas Tree I City * He tees /„ store &e the trees in y onporches antt \ See fa beautifully lighted and & n and the colorful store windows of attractive gifts : VH-./_ " i^; : ~-££>- ************* These prizes will be given away *fjt \+ + Merchants are &r J giving away .jjft^ tickets worth a cup of The Just-Another-Clubhad their Christmas party on Tuesday evening at the home Mrs! Fern Rowenhorst with Mrs! Mildred Blumeyer as co-hostess, •yv, __ / V / I ' ' 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 polnsettla 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 tor 1 year, 1 pr per mo,; 1 set of per ma 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 8 - $5 gift certificate $200 mdse $30 prizes $300 prizes $15 prizes . * * * * * * * * * * * THE g| OUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thurwfoy, December 18, 1971* I

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