The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 2
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January 13, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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f-V Jr. Higfi Teams Ninth grade basketball team at Floyd Valley are Coach Dave Van Wechel, Loren Van Gelder, Frank Van Es, Paul Elliot, Craig Blotn, Ron Van Wyk, Stan Callenlus and Loren Top, Eighth grade Newklrk 1971-72 Basketball team pictured 1st row left to right, Jeff Henrich, Lon Fredrlcksen, Jon Stover; 2nd row, Harve Keunen, Arlin Roskam, Scott Adklns, Dan Mulder, Carl Scholten; 3rd row, David Monntng, Blalne Duistermars, Dann De Vrles, Greg Rensik, Mark Oldenkamp and Coach Ival Outhouse. They didn't lost a game last year as 7th graders, they won 9. To talk farm problems at meeting Tues., 18th local Nem Robbery at The Stable on Saturday dranga City's men's clothing stow, The Stable, was broken into Saturday, January 8 at about 0 p.m., according to the store owner, Alan Mof- land, the bulldlngwas entered from the back door which was pryed at with a crowbar, and although the crowbar did not open It, the thief then resorted to breaking a window, Mrs. Kim Spradllng, the cleaning woman, discovered the attempted theft when she heard the thief leaving through the front door while she was entering the back. A box containing $200 In merchandise was found In the front of the store and Hofland does not think that anything was stolen. Services held for Mrs. A. Elenbaas Funeral services were held on Jan. 3, 11 A.M. in Trinity Reformed Church, Orange City, for Mrs. Arthur J. Elenbaas, 79, who passed away at Pleasant Acres Nursing Home In Hull, where she had been a resident sine" October 1967. Rev, D. Lenderlnk conducted the services, Burial was at West Lawn Cemetery under the direction of the Van EU ten Funeral Home. Born Nov. 8, 1892 In the Netherlands, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Q. De Roos, she came to this country with her parents at the age of one year, She was married to Ar. thur J, Elenbaas on March 13, 1913, and lived at Spring. field, South Dakota until mov. Ing to Orange City in 1930. She was preceded in death by her husband In 1952. Survivors are three daugh. ters, Henrietta, (Mrs. Cornie Hoekstra) of Boyden, Thelma, (Mrs, John Palsma of Springfield, Soufh Dakota), and Frances of Orange Cltyj two sisters, Mrs. Annie Brink ofOr- ange City and Mrs, Dora Van Arendonk of Harrison, South Dakota; a brother, George De Roos of Denver, Colorado; 12 grandchildren, and 11 great- grandchildren. Sunday afternoon coffee guests in the Henry Van Aartsen home were Dr. and Mrs. Jake De Jong and boys froni Worthington, Minn. Seventh grade NewMrk basketball team pictured are, row 1, left to right, Don Van Gorp, Doug Mulder, Wayne Vander Maten, Benny Siemonsma, Dave Becker, James Schlpper; row 2, 1 to r, Ricky Richter, Dertck Roos, Jeff Schlichte, Kevin Goslnk, Berwyn Aberson; row 3, 1 to r, Ward Van Zandbergen, Ken Kroon, Randy Klein, Bruce Gebauer, Willy Vander Ploeg and Coach Gary Knudsen. Not pictured Richard Wlchers, Doug Vanden Hull. I Mileage (Continued from page 1) must provide the new owner with a signed statement as to th" vehicle's true mileage at th" time of transfer. "The n°w owner will then surrender the statement to the county treasurer when applying for :i transfer of title and the new title will then reflect the mile- ace at the time of transfer." "If", Sinclair continued, "the seller of a vehicle newer than .1 19>)8 model is suspected of having falsely certified the odometer reading or ofhaving violated the provisions of the Odometer Law in any other way, the Department shallhold a hearing and if it is determined that a violation has occurred, it shall be ordered th'it such violator be denied the right to file an odometer statement for a period of from 70 days to one year." Commissioner Sneller said tint his Department provides the forms for completing the odometer statement and that one of the forms becomes part '>'. the motor vehicle inspection forms available at any approved vehicle inspection station in Iowa. "In addition," Sellers continued, "similar forms are made available at county treasurer offices and in.my motor vehicle dealers Irivc a supple of them as well." Concluding, Commissioner Sellers stated: "The Iowa Odometer Law pertains to all motor vehicles. More explicitly; passenger cars, trucks, motorcycles and any other self-propelled motor vehicle which is required to be registered by the Department of Public Safety ot by a treasurer of any county of Iowa." MARKETS (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmer's Co-op RIevator in Orange City, la.) Oats 70 Torn 1.10 Beans 2.92 Hogs 23.00 Sows 19.00 Hem Mrs. Emma Kleinhesselink celebrated her birthday on Monday. Guests in her home that afternoon were Mrs. H. M. Scholten and Mrs. AlDoor- enbos from Boyden, Mrs. Alvina Kamminga from Manhatten, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Singer from Hull, Mrs. Betha Zwagerman of Hospers, Mrs. Douwe De Boer and Mr. and Mrs. August Do Boer from Alton, Mrs, James Van Gorp, Mrs. Lois Rensink, Mrs. Don Vander Weide, Mrs. Darwin Zeutenhorst and Mr. and Mrs. Oito H. Rowenhorst all of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foreman and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Muilenburg of Maurice left on Tuesday morning to spend two weeks visiting in California. Mrs. Albert Wiekamp and Mrs. Hilbert Jager attended the funeral of James Cleveringa at Sioux Center on Tuesday afternoon. Dinner guests on Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vogel were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boonstra and family. An additional guest was Mark Lyons. A meeting at which a variety of farm topics will be discussed will be held In Orange City on Tuesday, Jan. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Dutch Mill Pharmacy. The Northwestern State Bank is hosting the meeting and will furnish the noon meal. Bill Turner, Extension farm management specialist; Gene Rouse, Extension livestock specialist; and Maurice Eldridge, Sioux County Extension Director, will discuss how the Occupational Health and Safety Act affects farms, the 1972 Farm Program, costs of owning farm machinery, livestock pollution regulations, using high moisture corn, and other timely topics. 17 year old boy from Sioux Center dies Jamos Cleveringa, 17, passed away Saturday evening after a long illness. He was born January 27, 1954. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 11, in Sioux Center at The First Christian Reformed Church with Rev. B. J. Haan and Rev. Louis Bouma officiating. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Cleveringa; sisters, Mrs. Carl (Linda) Vande Weerd of Rock Rapids, Mrs. Darlo (Wanda) Vander Wilt of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mrs. Ron (Ruth) Bouma of Minneapolis; brother, Harlan of Sioux Center. One brother, Jacob preceded him in death on July 29, 1952, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen and family attended the wedding of Miss Debra Van Aartsen of Rock Rapids and Mr. Mark Vermeer of Sioux Center on Saturday afternoon at Rock Rapids. Hospital Auxiliary Board meeting held The January Auxiliary Board Meeting was held on January 4, 1972, at the Hospital. President Mrs. D. Scorza presided. Appreciation was expressed to the committee in charge of the Christmas Tea. This annual event for the Hospital and Clinic personnel, and for the board members, was observed on Dec. 4, 1971 at the hospital. 70 guests were served. The Christmas treats distributed to all of the hospital patients, consisted of gaily decorated baskets filled with nuts and candies. In this Christmastide, little Melissa Kaye Van Rooyen was the first and only baby to have the pleasure of going home in a handsome Santa Sock, made by Mrs. R. Vander Weide. Mrs. M. Wiersma reported on the practicability of having Tele-Care service. Discussion followed. Mrs. Scorza was authorized to appoint a committee to determine the feasti- bility of the project for this area. A detailed report is exnected at the February Board Meeting. After consultation with Mrs. Helen Van Gelder, ,who specified various hospital needs, a .unanimous decision was voiced to authorize the purchase of an additional Hospital Anesthetic Machine, one to be used in emergencies, as the first Auxiliary project in 1972. A board meeting will be held on February 1, at the hospital. Rachel Somsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Somsen has returned home from Vernon and Denton, Tex. where she had visited her brothers, the Phillip Somsen's and the Cornelius Somsen's over the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Te Paske and John Te Paske spent the Christmas holidays in Cambridge, Mass, visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Edward Mark and family and Miss. Jean Te Paske. En route home Mr. and Mrs. Te Paske also stopped in Washington, D,,C. to spend some time with Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Te Paske. The Jerry Te Paske's also joined the family in Cambridge for the holidays. The girls from the 1st grade class of Mrs. R. Donkersloot enjoyed a birthday party on Thursday afternoon in the home of their classmate, Brenda Tesch, helping her celebrate her 7th birthday. Store Hours Monday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. jMonday: open until 9:00 p.m. CARPET CLEAN ING ORANGE CM CLEANERS Larry Den Hartog Mr. and Mrs. Doug Van Berkum and family from Sheldon were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Al Van Berkum. fcSS^^jjiSSfS^^jSSwSSSS^^^ fiOOTjECT 7OMOAAOW... TODAY.. AT HUBERS- VAN ENGELENHOVEN- DOORNINK YOU MAY BUY INSURANCE • BUT - WE SELL SERVICE Several relatives from Or- anire City recently attended an Open House at the Herman Moen home in Inwood in honor of the 00th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Porter of Inwood. The Porter's celebrated their anniversary on January 3. Dr. and Mrs. R.J. Hassebroek and .family were Friday visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Grlesy and family in Rock Rapids, iox •TIIF SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 13, 1972 It's a Great Community to Live In Reviewing the record in our town is reason for pride. Yesterday's ideas and goals are today's visible achievements. Potential that has been realized is indeed true progress. Working Together Will Make Us Grow Observing the spirit of coop- eration of our citizens is reason for high hope. We are privileged to serve the people of this 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 State Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F,DJ t C, amedl

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