The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 30, 1971 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 30, 1971
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HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Miss Minnie Chaplin, Edward and Bonnie from Arnolds Park visited their aunt Miss Gertrude Mouw. Mrs. Bloemendaal and Mrs. Do a Vander Hoeven and Mr. Cornie Rozeboom are In the hospital. Mr. Gerrit Van Seek returned from the hospital and Mr. Ralph Zwart was admitted to thp Heritage House on Monday. The Heritage House residents and staff would like to thank all those who came to sing, took goodies and the many cards and all who remembered them in a special way duringtheChristmasSea- son and all through the year. It is greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. John Ver- doorn from Alexandria, Minn, called on Mr. Ken Aalberts on Wednesday. Fred Vander Ham's visitors for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kading, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney John from Forest Park, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold John from Maurice, Iowa. Mrs, Wm. Hospers is spending a few days at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. M.irtin Weeks at Vermillion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rozeboom from Rock Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Peursem and son from Buffalo Center, la. visited Mr. Martin Van Peursem on Mon- d.iv. Mrs. Tom DP Jong and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harmelink-Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Jakp Teunissen Joyce, Valerie and Jay from Doon visited Mrs. Gertrude Sie- monsma. Christmas day she spent at the Jake Siemonsma home at Alton. $5,000 to NW (Continued from'page 1) • berg. President'"' of North- ' western, Rev. John E. Busman, pastor of the Calvary Reformed Church, stated, "That's about as nice a way of saying 'M'-rry Christmas' to you as we ran think of. We all appreciate the work being done by our schools these days and especially in these times. We consider you to be in the forefront of the church's mission endeavors." Or. Granberg replied, "with our thanks comes our pledge to continue to bend every effort to be good stewards and to offer quality education that is deeply and articulately Christian." Jurors (Continued from page 1) Minnie Van Citters, O. City Donald Doorenbos, Boyden Harriet Doornwaard, S. Center Gysberl Dykstra, Hospers Greta Pason, Alton Bette Van F.ngen, Hull Fred Gayer, Jr., Rock Valley William Gronewng, Hull Karen Gunnick, Orange City Fid Harskamp, Sr. S. Center Alvin Den Herder, S. Center Myra Heuer, Rock Valley Myruo Ver Hoef, Hawarden Tom J. Van Holland. R. Valley Alice Holies, Hospers Anna Ma? Hostmnn, S. Center Wilinn DC Jong, Ireton Elvira Kcegan, Rock Valley C.itheryn Klein, Rock Valley H.ittie KlPinhPSselink. O. City Harry G. Kobes, Orange City Jim Koi-d:un, Rock Valley Gerrnainp Kon?.. Granville P.'da Kroon, Sioux Center Muriel Vando.r Laan, O. City Lester Mars, Orange City Hilda Vander Meide, O. City Alice Mii'ras, Sioux Center Raymond Mtn'ller, Ireton John A. Mol, Sioux Center Harold Naber, Granville Blanche Newman, Hawarden Joan Oldeiikamp, Hospers Annette Pottebaum, Alton M'irgari't Riphagen, Hull Robert Rieckhoff, O. City Gerald Rodor, Granville Jennie Roxeboom, Orange City Mt-lroy Steckelberg, Hawar- don John Visser, Hull Kathryn W.ussink, S. Center Bnrnice Weise. Orange City Don R. Vandor Wei, O. City Catharine Van Wyhe, Ireton Verdean Wuija, Orange City Conrad Van 7ee,Rock Valley Claude Vandt-r Xwaag, Hull Mr. and Mrs. George Hentges from Iowa City called on Mrs. Mary Hentges on Monday. Carolors the past week were Jr. and Sr. girls from Granville Spalding High School, Middleburg Jr. R.C.Y.F., and Orange City 1st R.C.Y.F. Mr. Lloyd Vander Mplen from Le Mars and Mr. Dan De Vries from Maurice called on Pete Zuart. Mrs. John Gosllnga and Mrs. Andrew Vande Bergcal- led on Mrs. Hattie Oordt and Miss Tena Koster. Miss Ann Van Zwol's visitor's for the week were Mr. and Mrs. John Lobbes and Holly, Mrs. Ike Van Klompen- burg, Mrs. R. J. Lubbers. Mrs. Jennie Kamstra and daughter, Henrietta of Hospers, visited Mr. Evert Roelf- son on Sunday. Rita Schnee's callers for the week were Mrs. G. Holzman Betty Ann, and Anita and Bob Van Roekel from Alton and Mrs. Robert Josten, Alexandria, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Muilenburg from Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Rod,Else, Chad, Janna, and Megan from Pipestone, Minn., Miss Everlye Muilenburg from Davenport, Mrs. Elizabeth Rodenburgh from Sioux Center, Dr. H. De Mots and son from Sioux Center called on Mr. Jelgerhuis the past week. Mrs. Gertrude Vande Hoef from Newkirk and Miss Pamela Boone from Sheldon visited Mrs. Albert Slothouber. Rev. A. Kleppenger from the Assembly of God Church had charge of the service. Mrs. Kleppenger was the pianist. Rev. K. also sang a solo. Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp returned from her daughter's Mrs. Ordeati Sampson's home • on Sunday pvm. Mr. Ed Sorgdrager spent Tuesday in the home of his children (for a belated birthday party), Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Wyk at Alton. Services held for H, J. Vander Maten Herman J. Vander Maten age 79 of Orange City passed away at the Orange City Hospital on Saturday, Dec. 25th. Funeral services were Tuesday, Dec. 28th at 1:30 p.m. at the Free Grace Reformed Church at Middleburg, la., with Rev. John Ekema officiating. Burial was in the West Lawn Cemetery at Orange City. Mr. Vander Maten was born Aug. 16, 1892 near Boyden. On Feb. 17, 1916 he was married to Hattie Van Ort at Orange City, They farmed In Sioux County and moved to Orange City in 1957. Survivors are the widow; four sons, Hans and John of Orange City, William of Sheldon and Herman Jr. of Kanawha; seven daughters, Mrs. Myron (Alice) Korver and Mrs. Wilbur (Harriet) Harmelink, both of Alton, Mrs. Peter (Jenieva) Kastein of Steen, Minn., Mrs. William (Gertrude) Huisman of Artesia, Calif., Mrs. Chasper (Lucia) Vander Ploeg of Hospers, Mrs. Eugene (Hermina) Beernink and Mrs. Herbert (Kaye) Kuyper both of Sioux Center; three brothers, Andrew of Hospers, John of Leota, Minn., and Jacob of Fort Dodge; three sisters, Mrs. Henry Van't Hof and Mrs. Marion Van Peursem, both of Orange City and Mrs. Arie Van Kley of Sheldon; 37 grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren. Services held for James E. Van Gorp Mr. James E. Van Gorp, age 80 of Orange City passed away Dec. 25 of an apparent heart attack while attending church service. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 27 at the First Reformed Church of Orange City with Rev. R. Van Heukelom and Rev. A. J. Eissens, officiating. Burial was in the West Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Van Gorp was born Feb. 20, 1891 at Orange City. He married Rocina De Boer on March 4, 1914 at Alton. They farmed near Hull and in Minnesota and moved to Orange City in 1948. Survivors include the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Cornie (Lois) Rensink and Mrs. Donald (Eunice) Vander Weide, both of Orange City; four sons, Marvin of.Hospers, Earl of Montevideo,' Minn., Philip of Boyden and Albert of Matlock; two brothers, Edward of Orange City and Dick of Chicago, 23 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. NOTICE Sioux County Cattle Feeders Association will hold their annual beef banquet on Saturday, January 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fern Smith Hall at Northwestern College. Contact your county director for tickets by noon on Jan. 6. The featured speaker for the banquet will be Gerald Frank, a vice-president of Iowa Beef Packers. The American Legion and Auxiliary County Meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 4, 1972, at 8:00 p.m. at the basement of the Sioux Center Library. local New • Sunday afternoon and evening guests In the Bud Vander Laan home were Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Leu and two sons from Sioux Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie. An additional guest was Mr. Ronnie Sims from Shreveport, Louisiana who arrived by plane in Sioux City that eveningand is spending this week in the Vander Laan home. Unable to attend was Leon Vander Laan who phoned his parents on Christmas evening, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ster- renburg were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Deets and family. Enjoying a Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mouw at Alton on Christmas evening were Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake, Mr. and Mrs. Del Horstman and family from Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Rand Gunderson and family from Ponca, Nebraksa, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wielenga and family, Mr. Bill Vande Brake and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vogel, Henry Huisman and Evonne Vander Bergt. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte on Christmas evening were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Vegte and girls from Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Obbink and girls from Hawarden, Bob Vander Vegte and Jeri Stienstra from' Minneapolis -and Mr. Gteh Hulstein from" Hull'.'Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs.' Stan Vander Vegte and son and Mr. and Mrs. Walt De Blaauw and daughter from [Mentone, California. Dr. and Mrs. Wlllard Thampson from Sacramento, California paid a pre-Christmas visit to the home of their mother, Mr. J. J. Van Der Schaaf. They were enroute to see their son, Ed and his family, In the service at Arlington, Virginia. While here they also presented the Heritage House with a lovely point- settia plant. Relatives met with them for a dinner at the Dutch Mill Inn, after which all gathered at the Earl Bonnema home to see their slides of 1969-1970 winter spent at College, Fairbanks, Alaska. Mrs. Hilda Fedders had her children as guests on Tuesday afternoon for a belated Christmas party. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fedders from Hawarden, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Van Meeteren and Mrs. Maude Van Meeteren from Kenneth, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedders from Sioux Center, Mrs. Grace Westra from Sioux Center. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Fedders from Ireton. The reason for the get-together was that Mrs. Fedders' grandson, Wayne Van Meeteren was home on furlough and will be returning shortly to Louisiana for further training. Greet Year! .._ 7/" From house to house and friend to friend, here's a heartfelt greeting to all that the New Year brings great happiness and prosperity day after day. We're proud and grateful to be rnembers of this fine community. 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 Northwestern Sfafe Bank Christmas Day eveningdin- ner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowenhorst were Mr. and Mrs. Morlyn Rowonhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rowenhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rowenhorst and family from St. Paul and Judy Rensink from Hospers. ^ — 2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 30, 1971 Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.D.I.C, Mr« and Mrs. Don Rowenhorst and family from St. Paul spent the holiday weekend In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowenhorst. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peters from Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. David Beckland from Denver, Colorado were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Cornelius Peters. . Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt from Maurice were recent dinner guests In the home of their granson,Mr. andMrs. Carl Relnking. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aalberts and family from Grand Forks, North Dakota are spending a few days visiting in the Marion Muilenburg home. Mr* and Mrs. Jim De Boer and family were New Year's Day guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Van Iperan of Hartley. Guest of honor was Pvt. Kenneth Meerdink who is on leave. returned 0 their , and « home Dr. and Mrs. Willard D. Top, Billy and Anne, of Montgomery, Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morehead and daughter Tracy of Sioux City gathered with Mr. and Mrs. William Top on Christmas Eve. Dr. Top and family are spending the Christmas Holidays in this area. They are also spending some flme with Mrs. J. M. De Vrles in Sibley, Iowa. NOTICE The Elevators & Lumber will be CLOSED Mondcty January 3 In order that the whole staff m, be used in taking inventory, We will open atlpi Farmers Mutual Coop Orange City & Maurice area residents for shopping Orange City —the Christmas Tree City—this season Winners of the Merchants' Drawing KRA'AI FURNITURE Floor plant, Mrs. Earl Bonestroo, Hull 4 folding chairs, Gertrude Vande Vegte, Orange City Hanging lamp, Mrs. Tom Budden, Granville Grandmother clock, Mrs. Rod Vellinga, Orange City QUALITY RADIO & RECORDING Stereo tape player, Wilma Ver Steeg 5 & L Cuff links set, Darlene Menning, Orange City Fondue set, Mrs. Llge Mars, Orange City Electric blanket, Wm. Van Gorp, Orange City L & K CLOTHING Haggar slacks,,Algx B,rown, Sioux Falls ,., , Haggar slacks, Wayne Klein, Colenbrander Hall Hagger slacks, Mrs. Ray P. De Jong; Orange City Haggar slacks, Henry C. Moss, Hull STANDARD PARTS Cash prize, Wes Dykstra, Orange City KREYKES HARDWARE Hair dryer, Ken Oldenkamp, Orange City COAST TO COAST STORES Magazine rack, Mrs. Kleppinger, Orange City Drill, Gerald Bloemendall, Orange City Lazy Susan, Harold Jahn, Maurice Fishing reel, Mrs. Eugene Geurink, Alton THE STABLE $50.00 certificate, Linda Gernhart, Orange City $25.00 certificate. Mrs. Ray Grady, Granville $15.00 certificate, Pat Zwagerman, Orange City $10.00 certificate, Milo Probst, Alton NORTHWESTERN STATE BANK Toaster, Art Kalsbeek, Orange City Camera, Lee Do Haan, Orange City Picture, Genevleve Meyer, Orange City Electric knife, John C. Muyskens, Hospers Attache case, Lyle Vander Werff, Orange City Saw, Mrs. Wm. Kroon, Alton Radio, Leonard De Groot, Orange City Clock, John Gerritsen, Orange City TULIP TOWN GIFT HOUSE & VILLAGE DRUG $5.00 Discount Mrs. John M. Mouw, Orange City Mrs. Tony Frederes, Alton Mrs. Pete De Groot, Orange City Mrs. E. E. Eknes, Orange City Mrs. Wm. Lucas, Hospers Ben Van Roekel, Orange City Mrs. Bert Lubbers, Orange City Mrs. Martha Baugh, Alton Arlin Brenneman, Orange City Coleen Korver, Orange City Mrs. Steve Kroeze, Orange City Mrs, Harvey Vander Pol, Hospers Mrs. Laurence Reistoffer, Remsen Mrs. Dick Feenstra, Orange City J. Haupert, Alton Mrs. Norm V D Brake, Maurice Mrs. Alfred Fick, Boyden Mrs, Matilda Schmit, Hospers Mrs, Ed Peuse, Orange City Harriet Dykstra, Orange City $10.00 Discount Ann Winegar, Orange City Mrs. Wm. Schalekamp, Orange City Mrs, Peter Leusink, Orange City Mrs, Bert Keizer, Orange City Mrs. Bill Mullenburg, Orange City Bill Top, Orange City Dave Van Peursem, Orange City Mrs. Art Te Grotenhuis, Orange City Mrs. Roy Vande Hul, Orange City Mrs. Phil Patton, Orange City DX STATION Wheel Alinement, Mrs. Peter S. Do Jong, Orange City 25 gal. gas, Arlyn Van Dyke, Orange City Grease & Oil job, Alice Van Beek, Orange City RON'S DEEP ROCK Set of tools, Henry F. De Jong, Orange City DA MAR IMPLEMENT Farm Toys, Scotty Mulder (Ben Mulder), OrangeCit]| 0 & M CLOVER FARM GROCERY 1 gal. ice cream each, Lloyd Jurgens, Orange CilJ Mrs. Don Wlchers, OrangeCil]] Arie F. Noteboom, Alton Vern Schoep, Orange City Harry Somsen, Orange City Henry A. Hubers, Orange Citl J. E, De Jong, Orange CilJ John G. Fedders, Orange C|l Ray P. Do Jong, Orange Cilf SIOUX FEED CO. . Animal Health products, Harlan Van Roekel,OrangeCHJ RONS MOTOR SALES '-^ " 100 gal. gas., Randy Van Voorst, Orange City DEMOCRAT ,,. Family pictures, Rena Van Klompenburg, Orange™ Mrs. Joe Goegel, Granville KORVERS 5 & 10 1 polnsettas each, Martha Bowgh, Alton Mrs, Lee De Haan Mrs. Linda Kulken, OrangeCilj ] FASHION SHOP , n _.„,• $25.00 Gift Cert., Mrs, Harriet Woorlard, Orangeu?| DUTCH OVEN BAKERY $2.00 each, Mrs. Carl Vander Meulen, Mrs. Dick J. Vander Stoop, Maurice Mrs. George Henrlck, Alton Gerald Bloemendaal, Orange City Ann Van Beek, Orange City Mrs. Peter De Jager, Maurice Mrs. Elmer Gesink, Orange City Mrs. Lawrence Vander Plaas, Oian Jacob Kalsbeek, Orange City NATIONAL FOOD Presto Hand Mixer, Mrs. Muriel Powe«, ; Sunbeam Steam Iron, Mrs.VernonRelstoffe^Gfl«»l 3 piece casserole set-Mrs. J«ome « Panasonic digital clock radio. Martina PHILLIPS 66 25 gal. gas each, Mrs. Gerrit Fedders, Orange City Roger De Haan, Orange City Paul Hudson, Orange City Marion Van Peursem, Orange City E&JVARIETY TlmVlWl 1 pair nylons per month for 1 year, Mrs. Jim uni 1 set perma press sheets, Mrs. Gerald Bjerjjj| MUSIC MANOR n „.. cttv Stereo Album, Mrs. Cliff Oolman. Orange » Diane Van Voorst, Orange City Mr. Steve Bovendam, George Rev. Kleppinger, Orange Cits DYKEMA'S DEFT. STORE ., Bed sheets, Mrs. Glen De Haan, Orange u« Blouse, Mrs. Lloyd Do Geest, Orange utj Pant suit, Mrs, Lige G. Mars, Orange City FRANK'S SHOE SHOP . k Ora ng( $5 Gift Cert., Mrs. Joe R. Kleinnesseiui • Mrs. Lloyd Woudstra, Hosper" DUTCH MILL PHARMACY Mrs. Larry Den Hartog, Orange MOUW'S SUPER VALU city Vacuum Cleaner, Mrs. Bob Vis, Orange "ty Turkeys, Shirley Wielenga, Orange ony Mrs. Bob Minten, Alton Q nge I Mrs. Harold KlelnhesseUnk, Kathy McKinstry, Orange City Mrs. Don Guthmiller, Orange^ Mrs, Lloyd De Geest, Orange Joyce Menning, Orange W ange C«y Mrs. Otto A, Rowenhorst, <^is Mrs. Herm De Vos, Orange C»Y Doris .Drost, Orange cm ' ctty Mrs. Elmer Reinders, Orange NORTHWEST IMPLEMENT Farm toys, Melvln Hulshof, Ireton VAN GELDER JEWELRY Watch, Diane Vander Ploeg, paulUnHoS ners Stainless Steel, Mrs. Louis Alons, HO*^ Clock, Vern Schoep, Orange City Orange City Chamber of Commerce

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