The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 3
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January 13, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 3

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Servlcet held for $ en "ce« hel ? foi< Mrs* 0. De VrlftMr. Cornla Rozeboom Chad Ver Steeg, Patricia Van Gorp, Valerie Plender and Mark Douglas, members .he 1st grade class at MOC are learning to cope with Iowa winters by way at the bulletin board In their classroom. named the BABY Mr. •oud pa Luve gs He, Mrs. John Rens of Larchwood became the s of a baby boy born on December 28, 1971 at Minnesota Hospital. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. oz and has been named Jerry Lee. Mrs. Rens is the rm er Ruth De Jong. Grandparents are Mrs. Johanna ens and Mrs. Elsie De Jong. Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Roskam welcomed the arrival a baby girl born Wednesday, January 5. She weighed Ibs. 8| oz. She has been named Nancy Ann. The mother the former Muriel Schuller. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Vander ee ol Sioux Center on January 5, 1972. She weighed 5 Ibs. oz. and has been named Laura Dell. Mrs. Vander Zee former Lois Dorhout. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Braun of Alton became the proud .rents' of a baby boy Randall Lee, born January 8. He eighed in at 8 Ibs. 8 oz. Mrs. Braun is the former jarlene Schemmel. A baby boy was born on January 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed ecker Jr. of Alton. He weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz. and has been amed David Allen. The mother Is the former Renae Raabe. Record DEEDS FILED n A. Scholten, sgl to Wein Vander Zwaag & wf \ int N] SWj- 34-96-44 $28,560 rlesje Van Roekel, • sgl to n G. A, Van Roekel &' wf .' SWJ- -27-96-45$!. telyn W. Kraai & wf to lyne A, Plender & wf Pt 3 4 4, Blk 18, East Addn, $10. lenrletta Klein, sgl toCor- lus Vanden Berg & wf Ls 13, Blk 19; & Pt vac eys, Blk 19, Hospers $1. Gertrude Doornlnk, wdw to nes D, Doornink etal L 8, ; 14, East Addn, OC $1. lames D. Doornink & wf Edmund L. Voorhees & wf Ls 1 & 2, Blk 13, East Jn,OC$l. eo C. Fischer & wf to nard Schiebout & wf Pt 3, Hospers $1. ane Draayer, sgl to Evert Wit L 1, Blk 4, Reisma erve.N. SooCen$l. olandSchmit &wf to Marie Reuter NW*- SW Soo Co, la to Ray Van Dyke etal Pt NW£ 3-95-43 $1. Soo Co, la to Gerrit John Pt SE£ 34-96-43 NW^ A. W. Van NE| 3- Den Hartog & wf to N. Reuter NWi SWi 95-43 $1. 4 Raymond J. Reistoffer etal Harold L. Naber Ni NEi 95-43 $1. " 4 Naber etal to Reistoffer etal i Ni SEf 34- Harold L. Vnoncl j. & 43 $1, a "ies A. Allan & wf to S. Allan 4 int in SEi all 9-95-43 & Ni & ! & Pt W} SW| 21•"51, "*orge s. Allan & wf to les A. Allan i int in E^ i»,i 16i 95 ' 43 E 2 NE I 4 NW>- 23-96-43$!. ^rltAlonstoHattieAlons SEJSE-J 36-97-44$!. "• H, Truesdell & wf to "enecnan Bros Co. Pt L 4, ' li Thunderblrd AddnJ Harmelink "oenecnar. Bros & wf Co. L . > Parkview Addn, Hwdn Inc. Ls 1 & 4, 1st Addn to Pn Western Ellen Gray Groten- Wk Myron i rry j ^ B Clemen Extr $2850. etal to Addn, Addn, Soo cn S*? Chi »rHeHan. Diekevers $1. Soo Co, la to Veldhuizen Pt 95-43 $1. Soo Co, la to Elizabeth Alons etal PtSW^ 34-96-43 $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9954 John M. Ellerbroek, Conservatorship (Trans) Probate 9955 Gerrit J. Te Grotenhuis, deceased Probate 9956 James E. Van Gorp, deceased DC 13869 Ruth A. Tolman vs Alan W. Tolman (Equity) DC 13907 Edward James Terpstra vs Helen Lavonne Terpstra (Equity) NEW AUTOS Ray Smit, Boyden, Ford. Warren L. Dekkers,Hawarden, Oldsmobile. St. Joseph School, Granville, Chevrolet. Ed H. Rozeboom, Sioux Center, Ford. Coachlite Arabians, Hull, Honda. Syne Sybesma, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Bruce A. Murray, Hull, Chevrolet. Joseph F. Maher, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Alfred D.Janssen, Maurice, Ambassador. Leonard Vander Esch, Hawarden, Lincoln. Arthur J. Schiteman, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Marion Jensen, Orange City, Ford. Alvin Bylsma, Le Mars, Chevrolet. John Van Ginkel, Inwood, Chevrolet. Jess Groeneweg, Hull, Chevrolet. Ray Raak, Orange City, Chevrolet. Cornelius De Vries, Orange City, Chevrolet. Cletus Konz, Alton, Pontiac. Scroggs Feed & Grain, Hawarden, Oldsmobile. William Humme, Boyden, Oldsmiblle. Albert Groeneweg, Rock Valley, Ford. Doyle Rolston, Sheldon, Datsun, Richard Van Zee, Rock Valley, Bulck, NEW TRUCKS Philip Van Wyhe, Ireton, Chevrolet. Schouten Plumbing & Heating, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Farmers Elevator Co., Rock Valley, International. Interstates Elec. & Eng., Sioux Center, Ford, Lawrence Dykstra, Maurice, international. Bernard Groeneweg, Valley, Chevrolet. Vernon J. Sandbulte, Valley, Chevrolet, Westra Salvage, Orange City, Chevrolet, Gerald Van Tubergen, Hospers, International. Henry Mellema, City, Ford. .Peter J, Daale, Hawarden, Chevrolet. When certain people find Steady work you know business Is booming. ORANGE CITY Mrs. Mario Fedders, Jan. 1; Jennie Cleveringa, Jan. 5; Mrs. Arie M. Bomgaars, Jan. 6; Lucy Zielstra, Jan 8;Kathy Visser, Jan. 9; Mrs. Henry Westra, Jan. 9 HOSPERS Mrs. Marvin Reuter, Jan 7 ALTON Debra Siemonsma, Jan. 7; Jim Mulder, Jan. 7 IRETON Chris Westergard, Jan. 9 ALTON David Sybesma, Jan. 9 MAURICE Mrs. Paul De Jager, Jan. 10 GR-ANVILLE Mrs. Emil Fisch, Jan. 10 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Simon Harmelink, Jan. 4; Mrs. Elmer Wiersma, Jan. 8; Cornie Rozeboom, expired; Mrs. Marion Jensen, Jan. 9; Mrs. John M. Mouw, Jan. 9 HULL Steve Hulstein, Jan. 4; BOYDEN Gerrit Bosman, Jan. 4 ALTON Bernard Hoefer, Jan. 7 HOSPERS Mrs. Marvin Reuter, Jan. 8; Mrs. Cornie Roskam & daughter, Jan. 8; Marion Hagens, Jan. 8 MAURICE Herman Stallbaum, Jan. 8 SIOUX CENTER Mrs. Delmar Vander Zee & daughter, Jan. 9 ORANGE CITY Ella Vander Griend, Jan. 10 Funeral services were held tor Mrs, George De Vries, sr«, 83, on January 8, at First Christian Reformed Church with Rev. J. B. Hulst officiating, Former Jennie Siebersma was born Febr, 12, 1888 in The Netherlands, she came to the United States at the age of 6, She married on March 1, 1906, he died April 20, 1964. The family farmed In Sioux and O'Brien counties until they became residents of Orange City In 1943. She Is survived by daughters, Mrs, Ben (Lucy) Fedders of Orange City, Mrs. Henry (Etta) Harmelink of Sheldon; sons, Elmer, Comie of Alton, Marlon, Frank and George, jr, of Orange City, Steve of Montevideo, Minn; sisters, Mrs. John Kamstra, Mrs. Gerrit Kroeze of Orange City; brother, Steve Sie- bersma of Chicago; 30 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Pallbearers were, Elmer De Vries, Marion De Vries, Frank De Vries, Steven De Vries, Cornelius De Vries, and George De Vries. Music was furnished by Mrs. Bernard Fedders, Mrs. Merlyn Plender and Mrs. George Vander Kamp with Mrs. Henry Visser as organist. Interment was In Westlawn Cemetery under direction of Van Etten Funeral Home. Rock Rock Orange Funeral services were held on Tuesday, January 11 at 2:00 p,m, at the Pioneer United Methodist Church in Rock Valley, Iowa for Mr. Cornie Rozeboom age 79. Mr. Rozeboom had been hospitalized for the past three weeks. The Rev, William Ballard officiated with burial at Valley View Cemetery under the direction of the Porter Funeral Home. Mr. Rozeboom was born February 6, 1892 at Orange City. He was graduated from the Orange City school system in 1910. He was married to Ada Hines on July 11, 1922 at Glenwood, Minnesota. She passed away March 8, 1968. Mr. Rozeboom was a Veteran of World War I and a member of the Masonic Lodge and American Legion. Survivors include a son, William of Ames, brothers, Bernard of Ames, William of Ottumwa and Lloyd of Baltimore, Maryland; sisters, Miss Helen Rozeboom, Mrs. Albert Van Oort and Mrs. Al. Vanden Berg of Orange City and six grandchildren. Those from Orange City attended the funeral on Tuesday were Helen Rozeboom, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bastemeyer, Mrs. Dale Hubers, Mrs. Al Van Oort, Mrs. Florence Mouw and Miss Ada and Mildred Ver Steeg. Some of us feel important, but lack the ability to impress others. NOTICE The American Legion Auxiliary will be In charge of the program at the Heritage HOUM on Tuesday, January 18,1972. Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr. Is In charge of the program. Also the Legion Auxiliary will meet for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, January 25, at 7:45 p.m. In the home of Mrs. John Groen, Local employment service for OC An Improved and expanded local State Employment Service for the Orange City Community was announced today by D.W. "Gus" Hahn, manager of the Sioux City office of the Iowa State Employment Service. A representative of the Sioux City office will be at the City Hall In Orange City on Tuesday of each week between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Assistance will be available to both job seekers and area employers as well as Information regarding the labor market, training programs, vocational counseling and aptitude testing plus other functions normally provided by the employment service. Those people needing Immediate labor help are asked to continue to contact Bill Mullenburg voluntary manpower representative. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Van Surksum from Hospera and Mrs. Jake Zoet from Sheldon were callers In the home of Mrs. Lou Wlelenga last week. Mr. and Mrs, Case Van Velcen and family from Sioux Center were Sunday dinner guests In the Peter Zwagerman home. Helping Mrs. Margaret Van Pelt celebrate her birthday on Sunday afternoon at the Heritage House was Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt' from Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Pelt from Alton, Mrs. Blanche Bouwmeester from the Pioneer Home, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vander Stoep and Mr. and Mrs. A.-C. Van Clt- ters. She also received long distance phone calls from her two sons in California. 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 13, 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Van Roekel and the Larry Siege family went to a Brunk family reunion at the HarlanGrbene- wold home at Rushmore, Minn. Sunday. Supper guests in the R.Schat home on New Years were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander Wei of Le Mars. Mrs. Earl Vore had a coffee party for her sister, Mrs. John Vlieger of Bellflower Monday morning before she left for her home. Neighbors entertained Mr, and Mrs. John Melles on Friday evening in observance of their 40th Anniversary by taking them out to the Auto Dine for supper and then later went to the Gordon Brink home where they played carroms and a light lunch was served, Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Brink, Ray De Jong, Paul Dekker, Al Dekker, John Kots, Bill Mulder, Wilbur De Jongs and Mrs, Ed Cleveringa, TheArllnKui- kens and Bob Wichers were alsb Invited, In two separate accidents at the same place near Struble, Terry Hubers and Jerry Larsen ran into cattle on the road, Mr. Stallbaum returned home from the hospital after surgery. Mrs. Johanna Rulsch is in St. Lukes West, Sioux City, suffering with pneumonia. A women's trio from Hos* pers, Mrs. Gene Schut, Mrs, Gordon Bloemendaal, and Mrs, Harold Van Wetterlnjf sang at the evening worship service, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smtt observed their 25th sary with open house at Church Monday evening. people Uxstead We're a service and not a business. Make no mistake; we're business-like in the way we go about our service to make every dollar count. But being a service, we can make every dollar count for more because we aren't in it for profit. It's the kind of operation that lets us worry about you instead of ourselves. With the way health care and its costs are going these days, you give us a lot to worry about. Things like keeping up with all of the big and little miracles medical science is developing. And fitting in extended care facilities and nursing home care and home nursing care. And adding more days of coverage. And designing new doctor bill coverages based on the physician's usual, customary, and reasonable charge. All of what we do is aimed at making Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage do the best possible job for you when you need it. Our more than a million members are glad we're not in it for the money. BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD DES MOINES / SIOUX CITY •Registered service marks ol the American Hospital Association ''Registered service marks of the National Association ol Blue Shield Plans WE'RE FOR PEOPLE, NOT FOR PROFIT. the THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 13, 1972-^3

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