The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 6, 1972 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1972
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HI;KI i Adi HODSI; Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS Mr. and Mrs. I.oland Foro- mun from Lnnvenworlh, Kansas visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hrowtir on Tuesday. Mrs. Francos Tnlsma from Sioux City took Miss Ann Do Lint along to'thn funeral of Mr. Alfred KnkoiiRonlSheldon lust wook. Mrs. Miiry Uontgos visitors for tho wook woro Mr. and Mrs. Charlie llontgos from tow:i City, Mrs. Jim Morgan, Mrs. Toolnon and Mr. and Mrs. Goorgp Hanson from Romson, Mrs. Viola Stlonhon, Mrs, Anna Vorthorms, Mrs. l.ouls SHochon and Mrs. Curl HontRos, Miss W:indn Gambler from Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Pete KftKlnk from Omaha, Nobr. Tho Fgglnks also visited Sadie Mlllrr, Tom Ilontges from San rn.pRo, Calif, also visited Mrs. Hcntgps. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spark from Logan, la. and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Van Peursem from Woodstock, Minn., visited their father the past wppk. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Harmel- Ink from Oakdale, Calif., Mrs. Gloria Patterson from Dos Molnes, visited their grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Do Vrles on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulst from Sheldon, Mrs. Maggie Dolphin from Hospers called on Mr. Every Roelfson on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Hulsman from Artesia, Calif, called on his mother, Mrs. Jessie Hulsman on Wed, p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Langstraat from Big Springs, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Langstraat from Minneapolis, 'Miss Sandi Mouw from Wyoming, Roger Langstraat from Ames and Mrs. Albert Sloth- ouber visited their grandmother. MARKETS (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator at Orange City.) Corn 1.08 .- Oats 70 " Soybeans 2.88 Top Hogs 22.75 Sows 18,75 NOTICE Senior Citizens will hold their meeting on Monday, January 10, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Home. If a ride .Is needed, please call 2607. Nolan and Donlse Schlobout and Miss Fvorly Miillenhurg from Dunuque callod on Mr. Howard Jolgerhtils. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Do Jong from Grand Rapids, Mich,, vlsltnd tholr mother, Mrs. Fllzaboth Do Jong on Sunday. Mrs, Bloomondaal and Mrs. Dora Hoomstra returned from a stay In tho hospital. Miss Wanda Camblor from Minneapolis, Larry Camblor from Dos Mnlnes visited tholr groat grandmother on Saturday, also Mrs, Lillian Noteboom was a caller. In the absence of a minister from tho 1st Christian Reformed Church, Rev. E. Blankespoor from the Calvary Christian Reformed Church had charge of the Communion Service, Mr. Cornle DonHar- tog and Mr. G. Dorhout, elders from the First Christian Reformed Church assisted him. Miss Elaine Hulsman sang 2 solos and Miss Jeltema was pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Smith and 2 sons from Grand Rapids, Mich., and Miss Wanda Cambier from Minneapolis visited Mrs. Siemonsma, Saturday evening guests in the Norman Plender home were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Veenstra and family spent the Christmas holidays visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smlt at Lansing, Illinois. They also spent some time visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoogewerf in Lansing,Illinois.They spent the New Year's Day weekend with the Lambert Veenstrs family at Tracey, Iowa. They also attended the All-Night Gospel Sing at the Veteran's Auditorium In Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs, Don Alons and family from Sanborn were Saturday guests In the Conrad and Bertha Vos home. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Brad Van Rooyen, Dec. 29; Gerrtt Van Beek, Jan 29; John Van Roekel, Dec. 30; Mrs. Marion Jensen, Jan. 1; Mrs. Orville Beltman, Jan, 2; Mrs. Ed Lubbers, Jan. 2; Mrs. John M. Mouw, Jan. 2 ALTON Daniel Stoll, Dec. 29 IRETON Mrs. Gary Jasper, Dec. 30 HOSPERS Marion Hagens, Dec. 30; Rev. Richard Groenhout, Dec. 31 BOYDEN Gerrit Bosman, Jan 1 HULL Steven Hulstein, Jan. 2 MAURICE John Vander Stelt, Sr., Jan. 2 GRANVILLE Mrs. Milo Pick, Jan. 3 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Freda Bloemendaal, Dec. 31; Anne Kohout, Dec. 31; Ron De Groot, Dec, 31; Mrs, Brad Van Rooyen and daughter, Jan. 2 MAURICE Donald Groen, Dec. 30; Marvin Huisman, Jan. 1 ALTON Daniel Stoll, Dec. 31 HOSPERS Rev, Richard Groenhout, Jan. 2; Matilda Pohlen, Jan. 2 IRETON Mrs. Gary Jasper and daughter, Jan. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murphy and baby from Peachfleld, Massachusetts were visitors last Thursday in the John Wai- burg home. Mrs. Murphy Is the Walburg's granddaughter. The Murphy's were visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Vellema at Harris over the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Haverdink and family from Ankeny spent a week during the Christmas holidays In the Tony Verdoorn home. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA 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 of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED in the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives, 37th Year - No. 6 - January 6, 1972 SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thurfday, January 6, 1972 PuUic School Mow January 7 Taverns or hnm Potato chips Cnrrotfl, celery, plcklos, C.hnosn Ciikn or tars Orange Jutco Milk January 10 Tnttnr-tot cnssorolo Cablmgo Blnw Poach hnlf Cooklo Snndwlchos Milk January 11 Shoo string potatoes Wlenor of bun Saurkrnut Lomon pudding Milk January 12 Bar-B-Q-boans Cinnamon rolls Lfittuce salad Pear half Milk January 13 Mashed potatoes Country-fried steaks Corn Pumpkin custard Sandwiches Milk Services held for Mrs. Wm. Kraai Funeral services wore held for Mrs. William Kraal, 72, on Dec. 23, at Trinity Reformed church with Rev. Donald Lenderlnk officiating. Mrs. Kraal died Dec. 21, at the hospital after a long Illness. Burial was at West Lawn Cemetery under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. She Is survived by her husband; four sons, Russell of Holsteln, Merlyn of Orange City, Dale of Hull and Leland of Lincoln, Nebr.; one daughter, Mrs. William (Blanche) Schol of Sioux City; 11 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Henry Spaan of Paulllna and Mrs. Edward Ruisch of Sioux City; two brothers, John Mouw of Orange City and Gerrit of Redlands, Calif. Harvey Vellinga recieves award The highest awards made at the club level by Optimist International, will be received by the Marshalltown Optimist Club and its president during 1970 - 71. Harvey Vellinga. Thic announcement has been received by Bob Lepird, this year's club president, from Norman L. Shipley, president of Optimist International. The recognition, given for exceptional accomplishment and leadership, is awarded only to the president of a club that has also qualified as an "honor club." : The awards, a gold wristwatch, suitably engraved and 'i carrying the Optimist emblem, a presidential citation and the honor club medallion that is attached to the club banner, will be presented at a future date, to be announced. Lepird, in making the announcement said, "We are very proud to learn of our club winning these awards and particularly proud of our president of last year, Harvey Vellinga, who headed the club when this activities record was achieved. Of the nearly 3,000 clubs In the United States ind Canada, our club was one of only 251 to achieve honor club status and our president was one of only 140 to receive the distinguished president's watch." The noon Optimist Club was chartered in 1954 and now has 80 members. It is an affiliate of the Iowa District of Optimist International, which was founded in 1919 and maintains headquarters in St. Louis, Mo. The organization is the fourth largest of all civic-service groups and has in excess of 105,000 members. Harvey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vellinga. (Reprinted from the Marshalltown Paper, December 23. 1971.) Showeri held for Brenda Rentlnk The Do Graaf relatives held n miscellaneous shower for Miss Brendn Renslnk on December 10. The guests met in the Virgil Smith home at Hoyden, where gnmes wore plnyed and lunch was served, Those attending wore Mrs, Harry Vander Pol, Mrs, iSmlth, Mrs. Leland iand Jackie, Mrs, Wesley Boorhave, Mrs. Dnrrell Fokken, Mrs, Mike Morlnrty, Mrs, Leonard Ronslnk, Mrs. Don Merely, Mrs. Paul M«ir- ley, Mrs. Jake Baker, Mrs. Gerald Do Graftf, Mrs. Ronald Schneider, Mrs. Glen Mnrlev and Mrs. Frank Do Graftf. Those unable to attend who still sent gifts woro Mrs. John Mnrloy, Mrs. M. G. Jacobson, and Mrs. Dennis Kea- sllng. Tho bride to bo received mnny lovely gifts. On December 11 Mrs. Jamns Johnson held a miscellaneous surprise showor for Bronda in her home In Orange City. Those attending w«re Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, Mrs. James Johnson, Miss Marsha Jasper, Miss Anne Danlelson, Mrs, E. Reed, Miss Karen Slkkma, Miss Martha Hankamp, Miss Emily Talbot, Miss Artie Sikklnk, Miss Ethel Vermeer, Miss Bev Moss, Miss Janer Do Boer, and Miss Sandy Hinders. Those not attending but sending gifts were Mrs, Bob Vermeer, Mrs. Charles Elnteboer, Miss Darlene Monnlng, Miss CindRun- ger, Miss Cindy Ter Hark, and Miss Gretchen Franken. After the gifts were opened a delicious lunch was served by Mrs, Johnson and Miss Jasper. The Arthur Vander Pol home near Newklrk was the setting for a shower luncheon in honor of Brenda on the 21st of December. The shower was given by Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol. The guests were served a lovely buffet luncheon after which the bride-elect opened many lovely gifts. Those attending were Mrs. Frank De Graaf, Mrs. Harry Vander Pol, Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol, Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Mrs. Ed Grotenhuis, Mrs. William Grotenhuis, Mrs. Harley Grotenhuis, Mrs. John Oolbek- kink, Mrs. Clarence Huygens, Mrs. Ben Kleinwolterink, Mrs. Sylvan Fonkert, Mrs, Henry Kramer and Mrs. A. J. Huygens. Those not attending but sending gifts were Mrs. Roy Brlnkman, Mrs. Bill. De Jong and Miss Gertrude Huygens. The guests were then served a lunch. The Baker relatives surprised Brenda with a kitchen shower on December 25 in the Reverend William Kroon home at Edgerton, Minn, Those attending were the Leland Rensink family, Mrs, Jake Baker, The Reverend William Kroon family, Mr, and Mrs, Henry Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baker. Those unable to attend were Mrs. Rodney Mouw, Miss Sally Baker and Mrs. Harlon Baker who sent lovely gifts. After Brenda opened her gifts the relatives enjoyed a Christmas lunch. Local Newt One of our retired merchants left town one evening last week, and crossing main street stopped to see the Beauty of our lights."A salesman also crossed the street, to whom our friend remarked, "That is most beautiful." He, from our 'friendly State to the north said, "It Is the most gorgeous city I have seen within a radius of 100 miles. Its great." Have you always lived here? About 72 of my 84 years on this planet. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt on Sunday were Mrs. William Ver Hoef from Archer, Mrs. Robert Bornholdt and family from Primghar and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hellinga and family from Lake Park. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Gelder were New Year's Day guests in the home of Mrs. Arie Noteboom. Thursday afternoon Mr* and Mrs, John Mr, Wendall Wlersm* , [ntheLe Mars Hospital where he has hts knee in traction Mr, and Mrs, Dennis Hanrahan and family from Fort Dodge spent the New Year's Holiday visiting in tne home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Robert Nolen, Mr> " John Mrs. Lloyd Van't Hof en- tertnlned the members of her Vande Berg of BiOM spent Doc, 23 to J»n, children, Mr, visit- sund, v school class Wednes- | n g their children, Mr, w. Xy afteri by taking them Mrs. Barry Parks and family howim* and afterward serv- at'Ardmore, Oklahoma, bowling and ing them a delicious lunch at her home. Those attending warn Gregory Renslnk, Scott Adklns, David M«nnlng, Pamela Boono, Dobra Dokker, Dabra Cloverlnga and Jewel Vandor Pol. Mrs, Alden Monnlng took her Sunday School class sledding In Alton Wednesday afternoon and afterward took tho following to hor home for rofroshmonts; Pamela Gro- tnnhuls, Laura Van't Hof, Janet Van Roekel, Mlkell Van Zandhorgon, Tammy Van Heukelom, Arlue Van EH, Lowell Aberson, Billy Hofmeyer and Don Huygens. Guests at the home of Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol Wednesday afternoon wore the members of her Sunday School class. They played games and afterward wore served a delicious lunch. Attending were Kara Koster, Brenda Bloemendaal, Mavis Van Zandbergen, Reed Van Zandbergen, John Alan Harmellnk and William Aberson, Tuesday evening Mr. Lou Van't Hof of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van't Hof, Larry and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van't Hof, Doug and Laura were guests In the Ronald Van't Hof home near Hospers for their gift exchange. Mrs, Ring Kleinhesselink, Lou Anne and Coralie were last Wednesday and Thursday guests at the Joe Vander Schaaf home at Brainerd, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Vaas and Heather ofGreeley,Colo., arrived here Dec. 23 for the Christmas holiday staying at the Herman Langstraat home. They left for home again on Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Diekevers and Kelll Sue of Enid, Oklahome arrived at the parental John C. Blom home Dec. 18.and spent the holidays here, leaving- again on Saturday, Jan. 1. Christmas dinner guests at the Wilbert Vande Berg home 'were Mr. and Mrs. Herm Kluis of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs, John Wiersma. Christmas evening guests at the home Wiersma home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wiersma and Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wiersma and family and Mrs. Wendall Wiersma and ' Shelli, the latter of Le Mars, Wendall was unable to attend due to a wrenched knee. Monday Mr. and Mrs. John Wiersma took Mr. and Mrs, Gary Wiersma to the Sioux Falls airport where they took a plane .to Los Angeles to visit her brother, Tony Beltman In Chino. They returned home Saturday evening and were met at Sioux Falls by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wiersma and Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Vander Zwaag. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Mr. Lawrence Wiersma and Mrs, John Wiersma went to Firth, Nebraska Tuesday afternoon and evening where they attended the 60th wedding anniversary of distant relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon ( Fedders. New Years supper and evening guests at the John Wiersma home were Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Wiersma and Cheryl of Rock Rapids, Mr. Lawrence Wiersma of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Sharon and Lowell. New Years eve guests, at: the Harvey Vander Pol home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van Veldhulzen of Rock Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Top, Loren and David, Mr. and Mrs. James Cleverlnga and Debra, Fires to be set (Continued from page 1) |to control the fire, An Instruc- 'Honal team evaluates the fire control operations, Hadlo e- quipmcmt Is used for communications. Iowa is one of the few states In the nation that has this new type of training. Courses conducted by Iowa State's Fire Service Education program reach 5,500 firefighters from more than 700 communities each year. The program Is dedicated to the concept that firemen in every Iowa community should have opportunities to Increase their skill and effectiveness In combating fire losses. New Year's Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell King were Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth King, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Foreman from Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wag- onner from Archer, Mrs. Van Heuvelen from Sheldon and Sue Thomsen, Mrs, Esther McGloughlln returned home last Tuesday after spending several months visiting in the Southwest. She left in September to attend the wedding of her granddaughter In Denver, Colorado and from there went to Tempe, Arizona i where she visited with her 1 daughter and family. JANUARY With prices cut across the board! MOP NOW stio Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mieras left on Tuesday afternoon, accompanying their son, Mr.and Mrs. Arlan Mieras of Omaha to Kalamazoo, Michigan, where they will attend the wedding of their daughter and sister, Joyce Mieras on Friday evening. Mrs. Herman L. Mouw returned home last Thursday after spending two weeks visiting with her daughter and family, the Adrian De Haan's, in Marshalltown. Lance Mouw, Michelle Mouw and Rob Schreur went to Marshalltown also on Tuesday and Mrs, Mouw accompanied them back to Orange City on Thursday, Mr. Dean De Koter, who Is home on furlough from Lackland Air Force Base in Texas visited in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Marlon Mouw one evening last week. After spending his furlough at home, he will then report to Minot, North Dakota. Miss Peggy Mouw returned to Iowa State University at Ames on Monday after spending her Christmas vacation in the parental Vernon Mouw home. ••• > day avenlne after spending the Holidays visiting wltfi the Fred Brower family In Mesa, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. John Post and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Ver- doorn and family from Sioux City spent last week at the Lakes, Mrs. Donnls Punt entertained her 4th grade Sunday School Class from American Ref. Church at a Calendar party at her home on Friday. Those present for the noon luncheon were Scott Simonsen, Derrick Rlggan, Brian Bouma, Bill Doornlnk, Jill Thenhaus and Jennifer Deets. Unable to attend was Steve Vander Wei. Games were also played and enjoyed by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Do Jong from Grand Rapids, Michigan are visiting In the Orange City area. On Tuesday, they were dinner guests In the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Raak. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Rens spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Gene Nichols and family in Sioux Falls. Additional guests were Dr. and Mrs. Kent Rens and family from Mllford, New Year's Day guests in the Russ«ll V* Gorp home were Mr, and Mr] Ed Van Gorp, Mr. and MrJ Howard Van Gorp and famlH Mr, and Mrs. Roger Van Gorl Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Gorl and family, Mr. and Mrs) Peter Bos and family, i Sleeker and Karen Van Rook all from Maurice, Mr.: Mrs, Harlan Sttentjes Kristt from North Carolina Norman, Sandra, Donna, > and Warren Van Gorp : Montevideo, Minnesota, Jo Spieler from Minneapoll^ Carol Huenlnk and Mr. Mrs. Perry Van Gorp family from Sioux Center, Mr, and Mrs, Herman Haan returned on Tues evening from Tampa, Floi] where' ttiey visited with i son and family, the Ro D« Haan's, and also wit] Kenneth Bloemendaal faj in Wlnterhaven and Paul 1 also in Wlnterhaven, FloJ Several relatives from hi went to Bingham Lake, M! last week to attend the fune of Mrs, Donald Vander : She died very suddenly age of 58, Only a w«ek b was the death of Donald's i ther, Mrs, Mae Vander Her services were in Or City and burial in Alton, Guests in the Hans Vand Maten home on New Yeail Day were Mr. and Mrs. Bj Vander Laan and family, M| and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp family, and Mr. and M Russ Te Grotenhuis. JANUARY ONCE A- How in progress! You'll find big bargains in every department Dutch Mill Pharmac Phone 737-4844 After hours 737-4722 104/Albany Ave. /ORANGE ( Konfer, Stay in vour car ^ in bad weather You'can bank at Northwestern State without ever feaving it! What could possibly be more convenient than our Auto-Janking Service? No more parking problems for you. Just- drive right up to our drive-In teller's window and make deposits or withdrawals (cash checks, too) directly from your warm car seat. Best wy yet to save yourself time, trouble and discomfort! Call on iwwhenever we can be of service in any of these ways- Savings Accounts ^-florae Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Amounts — Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Busies Loans — Farm Loans — Auto Loans Northwestern State Bank : r • Office at MiWce ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C,

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