The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 6
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1971
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Blair Vogel, Jerry Dykstra and made In art class at M-OC. In case that's what Blair Is holding. Miriam Somsen display their pots and mugs you cant see the white mug on a white t-shirt Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Van Zandbergen wpre dinner guests at the parental Harry Hofmpyer home near Hospers for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Mince Oordt of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Don Hartogof Le Mars were last Sunday supper guests in the Marion Menning home and attended church services with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harold MPD- ning attended the Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wielenga last Friday evening at the Orange City town hall. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rensink and. family visited in the Russell Van Berkum home at Rock Valley last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kruse and family attended the Ideal church services here last week and afterward were guests in the Roger Koster home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Menning and family of Sheldon were last Sunday dinner guests ••U thp parental Haorld Menning home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Top and sons were Friday evening guests at the Norlan Top home in Rock Rapids after the Floyd Valley-Central Lyon game. Thursday evening guests at the F.arl Vaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lubbers and Mr. M;irion Andringa of Orange City. Mr. Marion Hagens and Miss Etta Hagens attended the services for the deaf at Rock Valley Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vaas were Sundiy evening after church guests at the John Muysken home, Mrs. Alden Menning, Mrs. Kenneth .Van't Hof and Mrs. Darwin Zeutenhorst, the latter of Orange City were Tuesday afternoon guests at the Junior Relnders home at Ireton. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bakker and daughter of Luverne, Minn, were Friday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Lambert Hagens. Friday evening guests at the Gerrit J. Van Es home In Orange City to help their mother celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Edward Cleverln- ga and sons of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Es and family of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Es and family of Newklrk, Mrs. Lambert Hagens and family attended Bethel Christian church In Sioux Center Sunday evening and afterward were guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anthony Teu- nlssen there. Mrs. Nlc Cleverlnga remains a patient In the Sioux Center hospital, Mr. Harry Te Grotenhuls Is recovering from surgery this past Wednesday at St. Luke's West In Sioux City. Brenda Bloemendaal underwent an appendectomy this past Wednesday at the Orange City hospital. Harvey Vander Pol suffered a dislocated shoulder Tuesday night and was dismissed from the Orange City hospital Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Huts- man and Bryon attended the funeral services of their grandfather, Mr. Henry Bos Saturday afternoon at the First Christian Reformed Church in Orange City. Monday afternoon Mrs. Harry Vander Pol entertained at her home the following ladles: Mrs. John H. A. Hoffs, Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuis of Hospers, Mrs. Arthur Mouw, Mrs. Frank De Graaf and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol. Sunday evening after church guests at the Mario Vanden Hull home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Vanden Hull of Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blankers and family of Schaller, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley De Haan and family were Friday supper guests at the parental John Stander home at Orange City to help Mr. Stander celebrate his birthday.. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. JackStan- der and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kroon of Alton attended church services here Sunday evening and afterward were guests at the Clifford Top home. Last Friday evening Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Sheldon were honored at a supperheld for them at the Lloyd Grotenhuis home. They recently celebrated their 2!ith wedding anniversary. Present were Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuis, of Hospers, Mr. and Mrs, Harley Grotenhuis and family of Sibley. The couple was presented with a gift. New blood donor system for hospital Wednesday evening, Dec. 8, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Audley Dolphin and Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Vanden Brink attended a Farmers Oil Co. Christmas supper at the Big 4 dining room at Sheldon. Mrs. Lee Hoffenkamp and children, Renee and Chad of Round Lake, Minnesota spent a few days this past week at the parental Jim Schipper home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kunce and Mr. and Mrs. Cllf Brink attended a Felco Christmas party last Thursday evening at the Sheldon Community Build- Ing. The RCYF of the Hospers First Reformed Church, along with Rev. and Mrs. Richard Groenhout and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rensink and Mr. and Mrs. Clif Brink enjoyed a night of swimming last Tuesday at the Sioux Center Pool. Wednesday, Dec. 8, supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Auchstetter and family in honor of Juile and Amy's birthdays were Mrs. Clem Freking and Leo and Mrs. Agatha Auchstetter. Mrs. Neal DenHartog,Mrs. Mike Pohlen, Mrs. Rose Becker, Regina Penning, Mrs. Clem Schmit, Mrs. Vera Berding, Mrs. Bernard Portz, all attended the Northwest Deanery Meeting at Granville last week Wednesday. The Orange City Municipal Hospital has begun a new Blood Donor System. The hospital has been associated with the Siouxland Blood Bank, located at 1602 Pierce Street, Sioux City, Iowa. Since the passage of a new law by the Iowa State Legislature, all units of blood must be tested for Hepatitis Associated Antigen (test for Hepatitis) as of December 1, 19"?!. All units of blood are therefore being obtained through the Siouxland Blood Bank. The hospital will be calling persons from the Orange City Community to travel to Sioux City and replace the blood. There will be one weeks notice given to the donors, and they may replace any time during that week. Anyone interested in donating blood free should contact the laboratory and tell them and tell the Siouxland Blood Bank that they want the credit to go to the Orange City Hospital. Any further questions concerning this may be answered by contacting the laboratory. We hope to eventually test for HAA In our laboratory but at present we do not have the facilities. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. It was a busy day Friday, Dec. 3, at the Hospital Bazaar. The hospital volunteered to type blood for any Interested persons. This service was free of charge and 273 people requested to have their blood typed. They received a card with their name, address and blood type. It is an excellent Idea to keep this card with you always. Many questions were asked but the 2 most often asked were 1. How much blood is In the body; and 2, Will my blood type ever change? The answer to the first question Is that the body generally or normally has 9 to 10 pints of blood. This varies with the build and weight of Individuals. And secondly, If your blood type changes: No, it generally does not change. However, It Is possible to change through multiple blood transfusions, although the majority does not change. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stover, Todd and Kevin Stroscheim of Clear Lake, South Dakota visited last Saturday at the Dale Stover home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamies were last Thursday afternoon callers of her mother, Mrs. Tracy Van Gelderen at Sibley. That evening they were coffee guests at the Gil. Reinders home. Mr, and Mrs. 8111 Poppema and Mrs. Fred Poppema of. Sheldon and Mrs. John Pop- pema were this Tuesday noon dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Steve Poppemft. Mr, and Mrs. .toe Bosma and family were Sunday afternoon coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Wesley Starkenberg at Orange City. Mr, and Mrs. Maynard Schutt and children of Sheldon were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Lucas. Mrs. Harold Berding and children were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Full at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Kroese and Mrs. Jerry Vander Grlend and boys of Hull drove to Sioux Falls Sunday afternoon where they visited with Mr. Vander Grlend who Is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital there. Michael Gumto of Sioux City spent about a week at the home of his grandparents, while his mother, Mrs. Dick Gumto went to Duluth, Minn, to find a new home there. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Raak and Michael visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Raak at Redwood Falls, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. MattHulsman were Sunday evening after church guests at the Bill Grotenhuis home. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Du Bois of Sioux Falls spent the weekend at the home of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Muilenberg. Mr. Richard Cnossen spent. a few days this week at the home of his sister, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Groenhout and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Weltering and family and Julie Den Hartog, Pam Van Gelder, and Rhonda Van't Hof celebrated Kristy Van Wettering's 7th birthday by going to Shakey's Pizza Parlor In Sioux City, Friday after school. Kristy will observe herbirth- day on Dec. 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Pop- pema attended a Wells Co. Christmas Party at the Spencer Eagles Club Saturday night. Mrs. Mildred Riemersma • was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Roghair at Hartley. Mrs. Dale Stover attended a Christmas Brunch this week Tuesday at the Leonard Van Noord home at Sioux Center with the ladies that work on the 3-11 shift at the Sioux Center Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema were Sunday evening after church guests at the Ted Woudstra home. Mrs. Jim Haack went to Sheldon Thursday to see her mother, Mrs. Johanna Adema off at the bus station where she left for California to spend some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jake Westra while she is recuperating from surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rensink entertained at thelf home last week Wednesday evening for the deacons and their wives of the Hospers First Reformed Church. Attending the lunch- eon'were Rev. and Mrs. Richard Groenhout, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Van't Hof, Mr. and Mrs» Henry Boender, Mr, and Mrs, Leroy Bras, Mr, and Mrs, Junior Den Hartog and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Weltering, Miss Sylvia Longkeek, a teacher at the Hospers Christian School was honored at a bridal shower on Wednesday evening, Dec. 8th at the school. The hostesses were Mrs. Joe Bosma, Mrs. Geral Van Tuber gen and Mrs. Dick Dykstra. Those attending were the mothers of Miss Lengkeek's school class and the school board. Mr. and Mrs. John Kamies and Lisa of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jurgensen and Jennifer of Le Mars, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the parental Henry Kamies home. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weltering were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Diekevers and family and Mrs. Lyle Diekevers and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Triplett. Mrs. Ralph Stuit observed _ her birthday on Wednesday, Dec. 1 8th. Gathering at her home Sunday evening to help her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smit of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Byker' and family of Rock Rapids, Mrs. Henry Cuperus of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Pope- ma and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stuit and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Irv Woudstra Mr. and Mrs. John Waanders and Mr. and Mrs. Marv Waan- ders attended the Messiah Sunday afternoon at the Dordt College In Sioux Center. Irv, John and Alice all sang in the Messiah. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reekers and girls were Sunday evening after church guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Poppema at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bosma of Sheldon were this Monday afternoon visitors at the home jiaf Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Van- ''der Maten. 7 Mr. and Mrs. John Baker left last week Thursday for Texas where they will •spend the winter months. Mrs. Anna Dykstra of the Sheldon Community Hospital Nursing wing spent the day Sunday at the home of Mr. • and Mrs. Dick Dykstra and family, • Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Jong and girls visited Sunday evening with Mr. Frank De Jong at the Pioneer Home in Orange City. Mrs, Ruth Raak and Mr. and Mrs, Don Raak and Joan attended the weeding Friday evening Dec. 10th of their grandson and nephew, Mr, Larry Landman and Miss Marvella Dykstra at the First Reformed Church of Orange City, Larry is the sort of Mr, and Mrs. Rich Landman of Hull. Others attending the wedding were, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Woudstra and Linda. IttjtndMrs. Arnle Te Straw*. Mr, and Mrs Henry T* 8te«te and Mr. and Mrs. ciif Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lucas were Sunday evening after "'be guests at the Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Lucas at shel- don. church hom « SAYS IT BEST Miss Laura Vander Zwaag of Hull spent Sunday at the home of her grandparents, the Anthony Van Oorts. Behind every successful man is a guy from the Income Tax Department. for only U°° WATCHBANDS Jr. Twlst-O-Flex .... $2.95 & up Other TWist-O-Flex .,.$4.95 & up Men's Jewelry '/* up BILLFOLDS. (Your name stamped In gold — FREE) WTCHES at SAVIHGS! as low as '15* 17 Jewel, shock resistant, water resistant, life mainspring - - A product of Bulova Caravelle Watches UP fREE GIFT WMPPIHG The engagement ring witi, ,i. I perfect center diamond^ member, the name Ke«p 8 lt the ring and on the U K , v», assurance of fine qualj y lasting satisfaction y Ml Necklace Pendanh Large selection Diamond Watches! SAVE CHARM BRACELETS 2 75 >u P Wall Clocks Large Selection Speidel IDENTSU 95 Engraved FREE 4 "P Bulova- -Caravelle- -Elgin- -Wyler Watches-Watches-Watches From $ 1095 to $ 235°° JVIM I »»fc «»WWE. Stainless Steel Quality Earrings Cuckoo Clocks Gift Certificates Men's Rings Dresser Sets Diamond Necklaces Pearl Rings Birthstone Rings Bracelet Sets Barometers Norltake China Electric Razors Jewelry Chests Key Protectors Travel Alarms Wedding Rings Chrome Trays, etc. Necklace & Earring Sets Silverware Imported India Brass VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors weft of the Bonk Orange City We would like to announce our NEW JOLIY JOHN'S tiollictay Restaurant 3101 Highway 75 North Sioux City, Iowa Open 2$ hours a day Large beautiful party room available We have for your eating enjoyment a large choice of DINNERS-SANDWICHES HOMEMADE SOUP & CHILI HOMEMADE PIES We also feature our famous JOLLY JOHN SANDWICH (Roast Beef on a French Roll served with either French Fries or Potato Salad. . . ) "There are two critera by which we * judge our business. The first of these is the quality of service to our policyholden. FORREST HUBERS PAUL VAN ENGELENHOVEN JAMES DOORNINK INSURANCE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS. SERVICE FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE, 'IPX 1l»-QMK<lieiT 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 16, 1971

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