The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1971
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Rock Rapids were Sunday dinner, guests In the home of Mr, and FuXtb*** Mrs. Jake De Haan returned home from Artesla, Calif., on Tuesday evening having spent two weeks with her bro- Mr. and Mrs. JlmVanGorp, Jr. and Danny and Mr, and Mrs. Nor Top and family from Airy Walnut Cake-A Yulctide Treat * ** * The children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mars will hold an open house for their parents In honor of their wedding anniversary on Friday, Doc 17 n * r Jake and Mrs ,7 1 e irJS fro. where they retired to of ot LUy « ^children „, Sunda'y as he suffered proved on Monday, , All men ana relatives are milted. The c no gifts. re- HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Fdvthf Scohlic and Ann Gi'rst from Alton visited Sa- (lic Miller, Mary Hentgps and Rita Srhnee on Wednesday,Ida Brunsmnn also visited with Fudie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klu- tor, Mrs. A. H. Twill man, and Mrs. Ira I.ov-pring all of Ireton called on Gporgo Twill- nun on Wednesday. Rfv. I.. Ripm^r from Faith I.uthpran Church had rharge of the snrvirp on Sunday. Mr. James Moon from Alton was lh<> pianist. Mrs. Dora H»omstr.i was admitted to the hospital on Sunday. Hattip Oordt's rallers were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alons, Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Poppema from Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boterhnek and Mr. and Mrs. Peter VanKalsheek fromHos- )v>rs. Thoso romin? to sing Christmas carols so far were 2 groups from NW College on Saturday evening, thf»RCYF from Trinity Church and the nrvr from thf American Reformed Church. They also brought -A big box of goodies for the residents on Sunday evening. The Calvlnottes came on MwUy afternoon and the Hospers Presbyterian Church and Cadets from Calvery Christian Church came on Monday evening. The First Christian Reformed Church Young Couples Society will sing Christmas carols on Tuesday evening, Doc. 14. Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Netten to see her son-in- law in the Sioux Falls hospital. Rev. Bouendam from Lea- tse, Minn, called on Mrs. Martin Van Peursem. The Heritage House staff had their Christmas party Tuesday p.m. They enjoyed supper at the Dutch Mill Inn on Monday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. F.d Van Gorp, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Van't Hof, Mr, and Mrs. John Slander, Mrs. Harold Oolman, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Muilenburg, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muilenburg, Mr. ami Mrs. F.lmer Mullenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Muilenburg. and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mui'lenburg. Everyone went to the Anthony Mullenburg home later. The Adopted Grandparent Club from Northwestern College presented a Christmas program and sang Christmas carols with their adopted grandparents and also visited with them afterwards on Wed. evening. Miss Sadie Miller observed her 9Gth birthday on Wednesday. Those coming were Mrs. Ida Brunsman, Mrs. Marge Oberman, Mr. and Mrs. Art Braun and Maire Eulberg from Alton; Miss Philmena Hofler from Granville and Mrs. 0. Rieniger. Mr. Henry Bos passed away last Wednesday evening. Spirit of Christmas is sharing yourself This was demonstrated by the American Legion Auxiliary units of this area. They • have donated gifts for the Gift Shop at the Montal Health Institute at Cherokee. The veterans were taken to the American Legion Hall at Cherokee on Wednesday, December 8th and volunteers helped them select gifts for their families at home. The ladies helped them wrap the Items they selected and they were also wrapped for mailinghome to their loved ones. The gifts were free to the Veteran and all mailing costs were taken care of by the Iowa Department of the American Legion Auxiliary., In addition, ladies from units of the county provided treats for the veterans as they attended the gift shop. The Sioux County President Mrs. Donald Mouw and her Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. James Vlieger, Maurice made candy and baked cookies. The ladies, with the assistance of one of Orange City's Junior members, Laurel Mouw, packed the treat bags (40 of them) and the units of Sioux County participated by donating their fair share of the cost of the bags. The members of the Hull unit have been packing lovely boxes of treats for each veteran for some years now. They make their boxes in the shape of chimneys and load them with home made Christmas goodies. A number of local ladies made the trip to Cherokee last Wednesday and assisted at the Gift shop. They are Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, 9th District President, Mrs. Donald Mouw, Sioux County President. Mrs. Marion Vander Laan, Orange City Unit President, and Mrs. Roy Blaylock, of Orange City, The Orange City Unit 329 gave our $100 worth of gifts, and Mrs. Bud .Vander Laan, President wants to give thanks to all who donated items, (One family from Orange City donated $25 worth of baby toys and clothing for Viet Nam families. at Hospers. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Mote and son, Bobby, of Sioux city were recent visitors in the home of Mrs. William Van dorp, Sr, Mr, Arle Van Orouw attended a Sales Meeting of the Blue Cross-Blue Shield In Sioux City last Friday and Saturday, Mrs, Al Van Oort returned home last Wednesday after Spending the Thanksgiving weekend In Sioux Falls with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Luymes and the Albert Van Oort family. Sunday evening visitors In - the Rod Vander Grlend home were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Vande Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norm Plender and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Noteboom and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprlk and family from Worthingion were Sunday afternoon visitors In the home of Mrs. Albert Sprlk. l§5Ss In Mason City, m Saturday evening the Harlan "• home for a were Mr. a,,, , Plender and Mr. Vander Grlend. Lucille tertalned brother, Phillip were Mr. P Art Mr. and Mrs, uunl from Hospers were afternoon callers in of Mrs. Charles Till, Mrs. Theron Titui Sheldon and Mrs, GnJ from Prairie View |« were Tuesday morning, In the home of Mrs i Sprik. _ Those who i, nm what they want iisuali, r-nkp to grace the holiday cake to fcra Mul ti-la yl ,.-, _-- rr amuS l?f a'fflSlS^^^tavfihfii ^^^^^^s^f^'ti® Holiday Wnlnul Eggnog Cake 1 9- or 10-inch sponge cake* Filling: % cup butter 3 cups powdered sugar 5 egg yolks _ . cup orange juice 1V4 2 teaspoons brandy or rum flavoring cup finely chopped California walnuts cups whipping cream California walnut halves Whole red or green candied cherries teaspoon nutmeg cake. Cleaning Special 20% discount on cleaning and press; ing of garments and household art' icles, also on carpet cleaning and feather pillows cleaned with new ticks. (Minimum order $3.00.) Cleaners i _ Laimded leMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-41(1 J Pick-up & Delivery Mon. & Thurs, AGENTS Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Men plan a victory meanwhile the women planning a conquest. and are .fl^C^KM^ Believe in your goods and your customers will believe In them. Busy during the Holiday Season? She doesn't look it! Her CHECKING ACCOUNT is doing part of her work! We know the holiday season is a busy time--especially for you women. What with baking for the freezer. . . making costumes for the children's Christmas programs. . .gettingclothes ready, . .making decoration for the home, . .extra Ihorough housecleaning because company will be dropping in... AND all that Christmas shopping—you wish you had two more arms and feet. Open up a checking account at the Northwestern State Bank--and let It be your extra feet! It's so much easier to pay bills by mall lhan lo trudge through holiday traffic. And there** no chance of losing cash in the buslle of shopping." Not only that, your check stubs keep track of what you're spending and how much you have left to spend. Come see us today—about that extra pair of feet! Register for prizes Two special gifts will be drawn for each Monday until Christmas. Register each week. Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Mleras and Laurel Ann from Omaha were weekend visitors in the Peter Mieras home. Mrs. Vernon Mouw entertained the Knitting Club at a Christmas party at her home on Monday afternoon. Those present were Mrs. Arle Noteboom, Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. Dick VanGelder, Mrs. Frank Vogel, Mrs. Norman Boonstra and Mrs. • Robert Boonstra. Callers In the home of the Ray Van Pelt's last Wednesday evening to visit w^th Mrs, Rob Van Pelt and children were Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Wlelen- ga and children. 4--THE SIOUX BOUNTY CAPITAL Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts - Home Improvement Loans - Travel Checks Checking Accounts - Personal Loans - Safe Deposit Business Loans « Farm Loans -- Auto Loans Norfhwesfern Sfafe Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C. Mini-Priced PANTY HOSE Bikini, Nude For under the min- iest fashions. In hip colors. Petite, Medium and Tall. New Shapes SWINGY BAGS Leather-Looks Fine buys. Convert' ible handles, M*J fashion colors i» smooth or crinkle, All Lined WARM GLOVES Big Selection Leathers, vinyls, knits. Some rabbit lined. All sizes available. $ 3 00 - $ 11 00 Dreamy Buysl GOWNS, PAJAMAS Great Gifts Sleek nylon tricot waltz gowns & hot pant pajama jets in bright pastels. Cozy Value FLEECE ROBES Other Styles Embroidery trims classic wrapi snap-front Soft cotton fleece. 12 oo.. 3 By the Stl HATS,/ SCARV! Acrylic Knit| DYKEMA'S Ornnqe City, s MMI Phone 73 7 FINEST Thursday, December 16,

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