The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 11
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 11

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1971
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Notices Faith Lutheran Church will hold, a special Candlelight Choral Service on Christmas Eve at 11:00 P,M, In the Northwestern College Chapel, The public Is Invited to worship with us on the eve of this great day. - Pf 1" w /** There will be an Open House celebration for the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J, Hubers given by their children at the Maurice Reformed Church basement on Dec, 27 beginning at "?:30 p.m. Dr. Robert H. Schuller will be televising a special Christmas program, "Hour of Power", from the Garden Grove Reformed Church, Garden Grove, Calif., sat., Dec. 25 at 12 noon on Channel 13 and also at 1:30 on Channel 5. Robert Is formerly from Alton. He is the son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Schuller. Ethel Synhorst dies in Florida Ik Keith freshman from Relnbeck, Iowa, has been wrestler of the month at Northwestern College. Sine in the 150 pound class, Rick has complied a of 5-1. 3 °' the 5 belne falls * Rlck has recorded Ifrom opponents from Dakota State, Morningside, 1 Vista, Sioux Falls, and Briar Cliff. Rick's only Ls to Luther College In a very close match. |r wrestlers dual record [western College de- iena Vista 31-14 In , v ling meet last week i to even Us dual meet |to 3-3. Northwestern 1 wins from Bill Grant flm Bonnlchsen (126), jcDonough (150), Rlck 850), Larry Meender- 1), and Dan Moser (177). jdMeendertngrecord- fforthe "Red Raiders". festern has defeated falls, Briar Cliff, and IVista and have been led by Dakota State, Side, and Luther. Irds vs Remsen pitinued from page 10) layer In double figures [arv Schlpper with 14 Floyd Valley Thunder- fas usual, took control .ards. Phil Moss and ihipper were the lead- ibounders for the T- rtth 10 and 9 rebounds .lively, •preliminary game was Floyd Valley. Their [now stands at 6 wins |y 1 loss. DF fcker Legal NOTICE OF SALE The City of Orange City will sell to the highest bidder, the 12' by 22' garage situated on the Fire Station property located on Albany Avenue at Second Street SE. All persons wishing to bid must list name, address, and amount, enclose the same In a sealed envelope marked "Garage Bid", and deposit it with the City Clerk's office by January 5, 1972. All bids received will be opened on January 6, 1972, and the highest bidder notified. Successful bidder shall make full payment of bid upon notification and shall complete removal of said building by February 1, 1972. Published December 23, 1971 & December 30, 1971. Russell Synhorst of Mausau, Wisconsin, the youngest son of former Sioux County Sheriff, Hugo Synhorst, advised former Congressman Charles B. Hoeven of Alton that his mother Ethel Synhorst passed away at Largo, Florida, on April 13, 1971. after suffering two heart attacks. Her husband, Hugo, preceeded her in death about two years ago. Congressman Hoeven was closely associated with Sheriff Synhorst during the twelve years he served as County Attorney of Sioux County. Miss Peggy Mouw, a student at Iowa state University in Ames Is spending the holidays with het parents, Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Menning from Brunsvllle, Minn., were weekend guests In the home of Mrs, Joyce Menning. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Bert Menning on Sunday, Danny and Lisa Bruxvoort, children of Mr, and Mrs. Don Bruxvoort, spent two days at the home of Mrs. Bert Menning while their parents were In Des Moines. Mr, and Mrs. Bernle Nlb- bellnk and Mrs. Albert Sprlk were Sunday afternoon coffee guests In the Marion Jasper home. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Rowenhorst on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Rowenhorst's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Slager from Hull, Mrs. H. M. Scholten from Boyden, Mrs. Betha Zwagerman from Hospers, Mrs. Henry Kamminga from Manhatten, Montana, Mr. and Mrs. August De Boer and Mrs. Douwe De Boer from Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Corp. A Christmas party was held Monday evening In the.Myron Van Peursem home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Mol and family of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Peursem of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Vander Broek of Sioux Falls, and Bruce and Dixie Van Peursem of Florida who are visiting in the area over the Christmas holidays. Mr, and Mrs. Otto H. Rowenhorst will be spending Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wlssink In Sheldon. Rachel Somsen left on Tuesday for Vernon and Denton, Texas where she will spend Christmas with her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somsen and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Somsen. Brian Boonstra, son of the Robert Boonstra's, arrived home on Monday. Brian is serving in the Navy presently stationed in Hawaii. The Choir of Calvary Christian Reformed Church has been invited to present their Cantata "Born a King" at the Christian Reformed Church in Le Mars. They will be presenting this on Sunday evening December 26. Mr. Bas Muilenburg from Ireton was a Tuesday afternoon caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Gerrit Wabeke. , Mr. and Mrs, William E. Tolman accompanied his sister, Mrs. Alice Van Roekel, and, Roy C. Van Roekel to Des Moines on Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Merlin L. Van Roekel and family. In the afternoon they all attended a presentation of the Messiah In the C,Y. Stephens Auditorium in Ames. Mr. A, Curtis Rens directed • the Choral Society and Orchestra. Mrs. A, Curtis Rens was the accompanist, Later they were guests In the Rens home with Mr. Rens parents. Mrs, artd Mrs. Alvln Rens of Berried, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Con Wendel and son, Dennl of Ames, Roy and Merlin Van Roekel and Mrs. Renz are the children of Mrs, Van Roekel, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Roekel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Van Roekel and family of Alton to attend a wedding anniversary supper given at the Auto Dine in Sioux Center on Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Kroese from Inwood for their relatives In honor of their 20th anniversary. I Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wassenaar last. Wednesday evening In honor of their son, Kyle's, 5th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Schuller, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wassenaar and family, "Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zylstra and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Zylstra and family, Alfred Lee Wassenaar and Pam Kamphoff, all from Sheldon. Delegates from Sioux County attending the NFO national convention, held last week In Kansas City, Mo., were Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Uden, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Schlmmel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beuer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bolks, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meerdink, John Van- der Hoef, Oscar Klein, Mario Yunker. Field staff representatives from Sioux County were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Johnson and Dan Sandbulte. Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Maten from Leota, Minnesota called on Mrs, Henry Van't Hot last Friday afternoon. Rev, and Mrs. E. Van En- gelenhoven leave Dec. 18 for Brownsville, Texas to spend a couple of months there. Loafing is getting so expensive that the only solution is more work. Those attending the capping ceremonies for Barbara Ekdom last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. SteveEkdomandBrenda, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Keener and Patty, Mrs.) and Mrs. Al Mouw and Cindy, Mr. andMrs. Allen Ter Hark, Cindy and Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mars and Jim Spradling. Mrs. Dora Hofmeyer and Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake were Monday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs, Albert Sprik. A surprise was held for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Peursem at their home Dec. 15 for their 35th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Luchtenburg of Edgerton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, Marion Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Draayer, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Oolman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Peur- sem, Mike Jim,and Susan. Unable to attend was their daughter, Berdella of Grand Rapids, Mich. The self Invited guests brought gifts and furnished the lunch. As an expression of our thanks and good will, we extend to friends, old and new, our best wishes for a joyous Christmas and a holiday season filled with good cheer ; farmers Mutual Co-op Ass'n Orange City Maurice i Roekel jfiipper Isink J5S jssen FT 8 2 7 3 4 6 2 5 1 TP 18 17 14 9 9 -Tom Becker Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend on Christmas Eve will be Mr. and Mrs. Jake B. Vander Griend and Brenda and Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw. *Mr. and Mrs. C. Eshuisand son and Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family were Sunday evening guests in the Harlan Klelnhesselink home. Good Wishes, to All! reelings lore's to a holiday perry and bright, with Bella ringing, carol tinging, greetings Ind treatings, gifts End gladness galore. great sincerity, we express our appreciation fo our friendly association May you and yours have a holiday season abundantly filled with joy. Hi Precision Manufacturing Co. :oliday joy is twice as sweet when it comes from simple things.,, cherished things...our homes, our children, our friends. May the true pleasures of Christmas be yours. |nd here's to you! We jincerely wish you lie season's best, and •ratefully express our JPpreciation for your yiendly patronage. The exchange of Christmas | greetings among friends \ is one of the happiest \ traditions of this season. We extend ; our greetings to | all of you... . *| along with a heartfelt thanks. S-MFG. Mr, and Mrs. Wm Tolman ::rf G, Beltman Robert F. Trel Phyllis De Haan Arthur Te Qrotenhuls Clarence van Qronlgen Peter Den Hartog Rodney Pykstra Arlln Kiel Dave Kiel Ronald Klein Marv Roder Wayne Roder Fred Dykhulzen Artln Bylsma Harold Mulder Ken Van Donselaar Bemle Bomgaars Al Tolman Stegink Radio - IV and Mrs. C. J. stegink and family ORANGE CITY BRANCH Le Mars Federal Savings and Loan Association Directors A.G. VANDER MEER, CHAIRMAN R.H. ROSEBERRY W.H. BOYLAN P.W.OLSON W.E.TOLMAN W.G, BQLSER THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 83, 1971--I1

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