The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1971
Page 7
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rlf any people complain about the commercialism around Christmas, but the rearteners In Mrs. Zwier's class at Christian school show us how we can Iback into the spirit of things. They assembled their own ornaments for their |n school. Judy De Jong, Randy Don Hartog and Missy Van Hill show off their Mr. and Mrs. Wynard Vanden Brink and Phyllis visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Klutman and family at sioux Falls and attended the Christmas program there at the Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Wilt visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Andrei Vander Grlend at Hull. Mrs. Vander Grlend Just returned to her home after undergoing surgery at the Sioux Valley hospital at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Top, Bob, Dave and Loren will leace Thursday for Denver, Colorado where they will spend the Christmas weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Top. Friday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz, Jr. to visit with Mrs. Al 'Schwartz, Sr. were her sls- ers, Mrs. Chester Bergner f Remsen and Mrs. "Olivia Morltz of Sioux City, also Mrs. Howard Pottebaum of Alton and Mrs. Ruth Schwartz. Mrs. Bernard Schwartz of Sheldon visited Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schwartz and family of Sheldon were visitors Sunday night at the Al Schwartz, Jr. home to help Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz, Sr. celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary that day. Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. talked by phone Thursdaj evening to their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mouw at Chlno, Calif. In observance of Mrs. Mouw's birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haack Of Rock Valley and Mr. and Mrs. John Haack, Jr. and Bev. were Sunday dinner guests at the Darrell Haack home at Archer In honor of Mrs. John Haack's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Surk- sum attended the Christmas program Sunday at the Morn- Ingslde Reformed Church at Sioux City in which their grandchildren, Rod and Tanya performed. They were guests for supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Van Surksum. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Nleu- wenhuls of Shawnee Mission, Kansas will arrive Thursday night at the Nelson Nieuwen- huls home to spend the Christmas weekend with them and the Robert Vande Hoef's at Newkirk. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol and Gertie Vander Schaaf were supper guests Thursday evening for their Christmas Exchange. Mr, and Mrs. 1 ' Alden Men- nlng of Newkirk were Sunday evening after church guests at the Gerald Van Tubergen home. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Veld- hulzen attended the Bethel Reformed Church Cantata Sunday evening In Sheldon in which their son Bill and two girls participated. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Gorp of Orange City were Friday callers at the home of Mrs. Bertha Zwagerman. Mrs. Lucille Veldhuizen and Mrs. Martha Hofmeyer of Sanborn were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Van Surksum home. Additional afternoon callers were Henrietta Klein and Mildred Roos of Boyden. May you find the peace, hope and love which is Christmas. With humble thanks we wish you well. Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Bogaard In the spirit of this beautiful season, we greet our friends and extend sincere gratitude for their kindness and loyalty. Mr. & Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw ss i Jim Bohan, business manager. secretary- Nancy Focht, i Back row, left to right, Sue Verdoorn, Orange City, secre*atry, wan^ ^^ Jterim committee co-chairman; Jim Anderson, programs c °- c ' ' y iulty advisor; Sue Green, Union Drive Association j'P^ h °use, ™ f Irvice project; Karle Eichorn, Intramurals, and Greg McQulstan, interim ptee co-chairman. Roekel and Mrs. John Zoet, the latter of Hull, which were Tues., were Mrs. Henry R. Vande Bergand Ardith of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. John Zoet and Brian of Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel and family. Ring Klelnhessellnk [Ined at her home last afternoon for her on the occasion of hday. Guests were for- eghbors, Mrs. John G, prt, Mrs. John J. Van <lrs. Ben Vande Berg City and Mrs. Wm. I oflreton.Mrs. Law- [towenhorst was unable Mrs. Lou Vander spent the afternoon with her guests and Ileinhessejlnk served a ps lunch, [and Mrs, Harvey D, Pol, Tod and Heather Staurday to their newly home in Sioux City. Inew address is 3622 IStreet. Vander Pol and Scott left Tues, for Den- visited In the Stan rs home, Lyle Oeft Sat, E for Parker, Ariz., ne will be visiting In Lester Haspels home weeks. land Mrs. Harvey Vani Rhonda and Cara were evening after phurch llntheBenardVanHeu- Pme, |v evening after church F the Harold Van Zand- jnometohelphlmcele- 8th birthday and also wrftidays of Paul Van Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Nlbbelink were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huisman and family from Maurice, Mr. Carl Vos, Joyce Moss, Mr, and Mrs. William Henry Nlb- belink and family from Carmel and Mr. and Mrs. Leo De Groot and Hideo Kaiho, now living in Yokohoma, Japan spent last weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowenhorst. Kaiho, a former student at Northwestern College lived with the Rowenhorst's while attending college. He had been in the States on business and stopped off at the Rowenhorst's. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peuse on Christmas Day for dinner will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Peuse, Mr. and Mrs. M Van Berkum and Miss Matty Peuse. His lme re joice and renew ,hi>H,>l, Season. Thank fail h a, Van Gelder Jewelry Vogel & Van De Brake Vogel Paint & Wax Co. THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 23, 1971-^7

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