The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1971
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0, am, Hulsman, David Noteboom and Lori De Groot, members of Miss Elen- grade class at Christian School gather around the bulletin board In their 1K K II AGE HOUSE range City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Ifclta Schnee had a .sting visitor, Mrs. of Hawarden. Rita . In the 1930's she Jia Mrs. Case who had ever in her home at [jowa. The Case's had hall children under I of age. Mvs. Ludwlg the mother died were together for lived at various .finally-scattered, er sisters often won- at happened to the cared for their f'OI» learning a tew (where Miss Schnee Ludwlg came to Her two sisters are Grade of Marcus, «rs. W. Wlerman of Plowa. gander Hamm's vlslt- > Mr. and Mrs. Charof Alton, Mr. and ferb Vander Hamm of ndMr.andMrs.Wen- bjes of Struble. Mr. and Mrs. Herm Van Zyl from Montevideo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wlersma and Joey, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wlersma, Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Van Heukelom from NewWrk visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brower the past week. Mrs. E. Ludwlg from Hawarden and Mr. and Mrs. August De Boer visited Miss Rita Schnee. Mrs. Je*sie Oldenkamp received word of Sunday morn- Ing that her son-in-law, Mr. Ordean Sampson had passed away In the Sioux Falls hospital following a lingering Illness. Mrs. Oldenkamp left Sunday to attend the funeral and Is spending a week with her daughter at Dawson, Minn. Rev. Blankespoor from the Calvary Reformed Church had charge of the service Sunday p.m. A double duet sang two special numbers. They were Jan and Donna Siebersma, Lisa Boonstra, and Debra HulsniaiC Mrs. C. Siebersma drlan Vander plaats .and Mrs.'Trances ...was .the^ pianist. f'Sioux City visited } Miss Ann DeLlnt. Mrs. Charles B. visited Mrs. Jennie IMrs. Mary Hentges, 1 Sadie Miller on Mon. On Sunday a group of young people from St. John's Lutheran Church in Ireton sang carols. They were accompanied by their pastor, Rev. Arthur Anacker. Other carolers for the week were the Cub Scouts (Pack *" 208) with Mrs. Scorza, the Mr. and Mrs. Club from Trinity Church, the 9th grade catechism class from the 1st Reformed Church, the young Couples Club from the 1st Christian Reformed Church, the 4-H girls of Country Gals, with their leaders, Mrs. Nick Cleveringa and Mrs. Lloyd Van't Hof. A Sunday school class of girls from the 1st Reformed Church with their teachers, Gerald Bruxvoort and Paul Stander and a group from the Rock Valley Christian School with Mr. yande Grlend their teacher, also sang carols for the residents. Mr. Ed. SOrdrager observed his 79th birthday on Sunday. Mr. John De Boer and Mr. Pete Zevenbergen from Alton visited him on Friday. Tuesday p.m. several women came and helped play Bingo. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mouw from Sioux City and Mrs. Grace Spaan from Paullina visited Miss Gert Mouw on Monday. District court The Estate of Luke Vollink was admitted to probate. Herman Volllnk of Rock Valley was appointed Administrator. Henry Dale Probert has been charged by the State of Iowa with Operating a Motor Vehicle While under the influence of Intoxicants. Bond was set at $350.00 and he was bound over to District Court. By transcript from the Court of John H. Vermeer, J.P., Francis Miller of Macy, Nebraska, and a student at Northwestern College in Orange City, has been charged with Forgery. Preliminary hearing was held and she was bound over to the District Court. Bond was set a $100, which* was furnished by Dr. Lars Granberg. Le Mars Federal Savings and Loan has been given a Decree of Foreclosure against Richard A. Anker and Mar- jorle Anker. The Estate of Evert Berghorst paid $628.20 In partial payment of Inheritance Tax. The Estate of Jacob Van De Hoef paid the sum of $1,545, 11 In full payment of inheritance Tax. State Steel Supply Company of Sioux City filed suit against Koolma Machine Works of Hawarden alleging Koolma owes them a balance of $257.70 on an open account. The Last Will and Testament of Donald R. Boote, late of Hull, was admitted to probate. Marllynn Boote was appointed Executrix, without bond. The Last Will and Testament of Henry Bos was admitted to Probate. Peter Bos of Route 1, Maurice, was appointed Executor. Bond was waived by will. Shawn Smlt, a minor, and Arvln W. Smlt have filed suit against Rodney L, Renslnk and Leland W. Renslnk, seeking to collect damages In the amount of $100,000 and $184.00 In medical expenses, said claim arising from an automobile accident which occurred on January 15, 1970, alleging negligence on the part of the defendants. Arvln Smlt also filed suit against Rodney L, Renslnk and Leland W. Ren- slnk. Smlt asks for judgment In the amount of $164,000, representing damages and expenses Incurred by him as a result of the same accident on Jan. 15, 1971. Carol V. Smlt has also filed suit against the same defendants asking for damages In the amount of $46,000.00. Albert Fred Buchmann has been charged with OMVU1, said act committed on Dec. 8, 1971. Bail was set at $350.00 and he was bound over to District Court. Petition for Administration of the Estate of Diane Plathe was filed for probate. Esther Plathe was appointed Administrator without bond. Ralph Bouma filed suit a- galnst Melvln L. Schultz ask- ing for Judgment In the amount of $1898.92 on two promissory notes which are past due. Sioux Veterinary Clinic of Orange City filed suit against Melvin Schultz on ah open account due them for goods and services in the amount of $823.90. By transcript from the J.P. Court of John Vermeer, Jeff Vande Velde of Rock Valley has been charged with Larceny of a Motor Vehicle. Defendant Was represented by counsel and preliminary hearing was heard. Bond was set at $300.00 and he was bound over to District Court. He was unable to furnish bond so at the present time is in the County Jail. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA Local Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Vugt and family from Bloomington, Minnesota will be Christmas weekend house- guests In the home of Mr, and Mrs. Peter Van Vugt. 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 ot community newspaper service. REPRESENTED In the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives. 36th Year - No. 3 - December 23, 1971 If The exchange of Christmas greetings among friends i« one of the happiest traditions of this season. We extend our greetings to all of you... along with a heartfelt thinks, Merry |Chrislmas • I^ £f :,c. Draayer Frank P* Vries Ben Roetman gjeigWolof and wishes at Christmas. American Bowling Alley To all, we extend warm and happy greetings in the spirit of this most joyous season. It's our privilege to be a part of this fine community and we sincerely hope to continue serving our friends and neighbors in every way. Orange City Municipal Utilities Robert M. Dunlop GilHs Haverdink Nelson Muilenbu.rg Cornelius Siebersma James Woudstra Merlyn Kraal Roy Vander Stoep Ed Schreur Allen Roos Don E, Schreur Norma Lucas Lu Ann Dykstra Merrie Lynn Kluis William Faber Don Wieners Gt. Wm. Rosters Elmer Wiersema Dick De Vries Tony Aberson Al Van Berkum Larry Hoekstra Fred Dykstra Rudy Grienke Alton Vink Dennis Netten Stan Van Otterloo Ethan Vermeer Robert Lucas Darrell Bentz Gerald Bentz. THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 23, 1971-

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