The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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Pioneer Home news Mrs. Wm.Westra's visitors were Supt. H. Hoplin from the Sioux City Gospel Mission, Mrs. H. De Vries and Mrs. J, Wandscheer from Sioux Center. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hen- nlng from Boyden called on Mr, Henry Stult. Mr. Gerrit De Vrles visited the following homes -on Wednesday the B. Bufflngtons at Hawarden, on Friday, the George De Vrles at Hull. Later he was a supper guest at the John Hoffs at Hull; on Saturday the M. Remes at Cleghorn. Mr, Le Roy Vande Meide who is on furlough from Spain called on his grandmother, Mrs, Minnie Huisman. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Heynems from Hull called on Mrs. Grace Engbers on Saturday. Mrs. Gertie Grifhorst visited in the Ed Dehner home last week Tuesday. City council (Continued from page 1) running about $150 per month short, even after taking into account the $100 per month contribution by the Municipal Utilities. The further estimate this need will be about $800 for the calendar year 1972 as the move will not occur until after mid year. The council voted to transfer up to S800 to the library. Mrs. Helen Kokenge called on Mrs. Blanch Bouwmeester. Mr. Dick Duistermarsfrom Alton and Mrs. Jake Duls- termars from Hull called on Mr. George Dulstermars. Miss Martha Meyer accompanied Mrs. Minnie Steuvens from Matlock to visit Mrs. Albert Boone at Primghar on Tuesday. Mr. Gerrit Bylsma died Monday morning at a Sioux Falls Hospital after submitting to surgery. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY- Mrs. A. n. Van Etten, Jan. 20; Mrs, Jean Jansma, Jan. 22; Mrs. George Kulk. Jan. 23; William Visser, Jan. 23; Gwen Van Wechel, Jan. 24 HOSPERS- Wm. Oldenkamp, Jan. 21; Harley Grotenhuls, Jan. 23 GRANVILLE- Mrs. Matt Marx, Jan. 22 ALTON- Tim Krogman, Jan. 22 BOYDEN- August Smit, Jan. 23 REMSEN- Mrs. Leroy Plendl, Jan. 24; Mrs. Dale Hansen, Jan. 24 DISMISSALS M.AURIC E- Mr. and Mrs. Al Steichen, Jan. 18; Mrs. Paul De Jager, Jan, 20; Mrs. Jack Oolman, Jan. 23 ORANGE CITY- Lucy Zeilstra, Jan. 13;Mrs. Gerald Van Es, Jan. 19; Jennie Cleveringa, Jan. 20; Todd Arends, Jan. 21; Mrs. A.D. Van Etten, Jan. 22; Mrs.' Simon Harmelink, Jan. 24 GRANVILLE- David Heylng, Jan. 20 Music program by OC primary grades A variety of holiday songs, a Halloween play and lots of action are on the agenda for the M-OC Primary grades music program to be held Feb. 2, The program will be held in the high school auditorium at 7;30 p.m. next Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robert Winegar is the elementary music teacher and Miss Diane Blom, student teacher from Northwestern College, will provide the piano accompaniment. Behind-the-scenes assistance will he provided by the students' teachers and members of the grade. Parents, relatives and friends of the school children, grades one through three, are cordially invited to attend. Mr. John Carl Blom of Ames spent the weekend at the parental John C. Blom home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huls- Man, Bryan, Bradley and Sara Jane spent the weekend with their service buddies, Mr. and Mrs. David Field and family at Minneappols, Minn. Also there were Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Winner and family of Duluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Todd and Heather of Sioux City and Mrs. Robert Mouw and Gina were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Harvey Vander Pol home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Top and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Norlan Top home at Rock Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander Maten and Michael of Kanawha were weekend guests at the Donald Adkins home. On Sunday afternoon they all drove to Sioux Falls to get their parents, the Ellis De Bruins of Hospers from the airport. They spent the past month with their daughter and family the Jed Nibbelinks in California. Mr. and Mrs. Pete De Groot of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth De Groot of Doon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert De Young of Royal were Sunday evening after church guests at the Edward De Boer home in Orange City. Mr. Kenneth De Groot took charge of the worship services at the local church Sunday. Enjoying supper together at the Dutch Mill Inn in Orange City last Monday evening on the occasion of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol's 55th wedding anniversary were Mrs, Frank De Graaf, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Lyle, Harold, Jewelann and Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol, Rhonda, Jim and Cara, Mrs, Robert Mouw, Mr. Conley Van Heuvelen and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin De Graaf. Mrs. Everett Boone left Tuesday by plane for Norfolk, Virginia to be with her daughter and family, the Bill Ryans. Their son, Derek accompanied Mrs. Boone home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan were expected home Monday. Loczl Newt Last Sunday dinner guests in the home of Clara Bergsma were Mr. and Mrs. John Bergsma and Lavonne, Pvt. and Mrs, Delmer Bergsma. On Thursday Pvt, and Mrs. Delmer Bergsma left for Miami, Florida where he will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Raak will attend the graduation exercises at the School of Prac- ical Nursing in Sioux Falls on Sunday afternoon to witness the graduation of Linda Moss, daughter of the Albert Moss' of Luverne. 25th anniversary for Bob Ronnecroys Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnecroy were pleasantly surprised for their 25th anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fedders on Friday evening Jan. 21, The occasion was planned by their children Jim, Beth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Meenderlng. A delicious dinner was hosted by relatives and their children. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bonnecroy, Beth and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Meendering, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bonnecroy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fedders and Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Vander Aarde from Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Fedders, Danny, Greg, and Teresa from Le Mars, Mr. and Mrs. Ad Luchtenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Verdoorn, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Verdoorn and Laura from Ashton. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnecroy,s oldest daughter is a Missionary in Bahrain, Arabian Gulf. The actual anniversary date was Jan. 24. This date was also the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Fedders who celebrated their 32nd anniversary. M-OC sophs lose to She I don 41-4 3 By Jay Dorschner Tuesday night the sophomore team from M-OC lost to Sheldon 41-43. At the half the Orabs led 22-27. Randy Lubbers led the games scoring with 15. Tim Esbeck, Sheldon, was second with 12. Jeff Van Rooyen scored 8, Brad Roos 7, Doug De Haan marked 6, and Tim Velllnga along with Jim Siebersma 2. Doug De Haan grabbed 14 rebounds while Lubbers, off the bench recovered 7. De Haan has 148 rebounds over the 10 games, and 169 total points. The Orabs handed the Dutchmen their first defeat In 10 starts. The Dyke team Is now 9-1 on the season. Friday the Dutch move up to Inwood to face a tough Wildcat team. This game will be a Soo-land conference match up. M-OCfrosh squash. Central Lyon 47-16 The M-OC freshmen completely dominated the game against Central Lyon, Friday, January 14, defeating them by 31 points, 47-16. Brad De Jong was M-OC's hot man, pouring in 21 points. ,A1 Reinders put in 15. Although this was an impressive victory, the Dutch were able to capitalize on only 29 percent of their shots. Last Friday the Dutchmen nosed past the Rock Valley Rockets 26-22. In the first half the Dutchmen established their victory making over 46% from the field and piling up 21 points to make the score 21-14. In the second half both teams hit a cold streak. Mike Bierma made M-OC's only field goal out of 26 tries and they made 3 free throws to add only 5 points to the total. Luckily Rock Valley was cold too, making 3 field goals and 2 free throws. The Dutch were also hampered with 10 turnovers in the 3rd quarter alone and 25 throughout the game. In spite of all their errors the freshmen still won 26-22. They are now 6-2 for the season and will meet West Lyon Friday Jan. 28. The Record DEEDS FILED Kenneth ReinWng & wf to Roger L. ReinWng & wf L 15, Blk 5, Irtn $4750. Thomas E. Morgan 4 wf to James K. Schurman & wf Ls 4 & 5, Blk 2, Heald's Addn, Hwdn SI. Larry F. Kelho-wer i wf to James K. Schurman & wf Ls A shower for Jane Fick and Stephen Vander Trug was held by relatives at the Alfred Janssen home recently. Hostesses were Mrs. Janseen, Mrs. Bernie Van Roekel of Manson and Mrs. Henry Janssen of Le Mars , aunts of Miss Fick, The couple will be married Jan. 30. The Tom Smit family attended funeral service for grandpa Dick Smit at Doon, Sat. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Peu- rsem plan to leave for Florida this week to stay for the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mullenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foreman stopped off in Tucson Arizona to visit with relatives on their way home from California. Mrs. Martin De Jager of Carmel visited in the Albert De Jager home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Herman Nibbellnk of Orange City spent Tuesday afternoon here with Mrs. Sam Jager and in the evening, Mrs. Julia Roghair and her daughter, Joan, of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Al Steichen were able to return home from the hospital. The Howard Ruisch fami- ily spent the week end in Iowa City with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ruisch. Connie returned home with them to spend the week of semester break at home. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Jager entertained at a family dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Perry Jager. Others there were the Albert Jager family the John Jager family of Sioux City, and Mr, and Mrs. George Bradshaw. y^They named the BABY Brenda Jean is the newest arrival in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred De Jong of Ireton. She surprised her parents on January 18 and tipped the scales at 7 Ibs, 14 oz. Her mother is the former Wilma De Haan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oolman became the proud parents of a daughter, Kathy Jo, on January 20. Little Kathy weighed in at 4 Ibs. 12j oz. and her mother was Carol Huitink. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Penning of Rochelle, Illinois, formerly of Hospers welcomed the arrival of their first child, a baby born, born January 17. He weighed 7 Ibs. 11 oz. and has been named Trevor John. His mother is the former Nancy Jungers. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Penning of Granville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jungers of Hospers. Mrs. Angeline Jungers of Hospers is the great-grandmother. Scott Douglas is the name chosen for the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Haack of rural Archer. He was born January 19th and weighed 7 Ibs. 14 oz. His grand-, parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Haack, Jr. of Hospers and Rev. and Mrs. Gerrk Vander Plaats of.Oskaloosa^ Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Obbink became the parents of a baby boy born at the Hawarden Hospital on January 8, 1972, He weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz, and has been named Ricky Lee. He has three brothers and one sister to welcome him in the family. The mother is the former Mary Eisma, NOTICE U. S. Army guarantees a 16 month tour of Europe, after training (usually four months) in this Country, on three year enlistments. New higher pay salary, exceptional benefits. For further information contact Sgt Don Villegas U. S. Army Recruiting Station 219 Central Ave. SW Orange City, Iowa 51041 Phone 737-4932 Lioti$ Club Ladies Nigfit Mon., Febr. 14 6:00 p.m. at the Christian School Gym | Tickets.- $ 3 25 each Tickets sold at Dr. Paul Vande Kooi (Medical Clinic) Bob Dunlop (Northwestern State Bank) Dr. Ed Grossman, jr. (office) This is IPS History. Today, We're Planning For The Future. This year marks our 100th birthday. Since 1872, we've served you and the people in IPS territory. Heated homes and businesses. Lighted schools and hospitals. We've kept the power coming in the worst kind of weather, year-in and year-out. And we're working to keep it coming. Add- ing new sources of energy. Building facilities that blend with the environment. Training our people to serve you even better. We've been around for 100 years, but now we're planning for the next 100. Planning to play an even more vital part in your future. 4 & 5, Blk 2, Heald's Addn, Marlln Sehwtesow 4 wf to james K. Schurman & wf Ls 4 & 5, Blk 2, Heald's Addn, Hwnd$I. ,.,„-!, Terry D. Shipp & wf to Jack D. Ping & wf OL E to Aubd & Plat of OLs A, 2, 5 & 6 & Rplt of OL 3, Irtn $1. Jack D. Ping & wf to Sandra R. Shipp L 10, Blk 11, Irtn$I. , • James A. Kelzer & wf to Dennis L. Van Maanen & wf L 9 & E| L 10, Blk 24, Hull $1. Adrian Scholten &wftoJohn Oosterhuls & wf Pt L 2 In Subd of ptE^SEi 26-97-45$!. Maurice A. Te Paske & wf to Gerrit H. Rozeboom N? SEi & SW£ SEi 26-97-45 $1. Eldlne Wartburton etal to Gerrit H. Rozeboom Nf SE^& SW^ SE^ 26-96-45 $58,500. William Kulpers, etal, Extrs to Herman Van Der Vliet L 6, Blk 15, Hull $1850. Emery Vlotho, Jr. & wfto Peter A. Van Beek Ls 4 & 5, Blk 2 in Owen's Subd of Pt OL 6, Irtn $1600. Mattie Johnson to George Johnson & wf s| si NE^ 196-44 $1. Henry Jacobsma & wf to William L. Moret & wf Pt SE|NEi 22-97-44$I. William Moret etal to AMn De Berg & wf SE^ NE{ 2297-44 SI. Emma Roos, sgl to John Andrew Roos L 4 & Pat Vac alley, Blk 2, South Addn, OC S10, Cornelius T. Gerritson&wf to Alice F. Vande Weerd Ls 4 & 5, Blk 1, Park Addn, RV S3360. Robert H. Dekker & wf to John H. Dekker & wf L 1, Blk 43, Irtn $1. James Schlpper & wf to Roland W. Monson & wf Pt OLS, Highland Addn, Hospers S2000. Van's Poultry Farm, Inc. to Richard Van Regenmorter Pt Frl. Ni NW£ 5-95-45 $1. William B. Oldenkamp & wf to Alvin Oldenkamp Pt WJ NWl 9-96-43. Don A. Leafstedt & wf to Robert H. Hendricks & wf Pt OL 1 in Subd of Pt NE: NEl 3-94-48, Hwdn $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9963 Ada P. Wer- renrath, deceased. Porbate 9964 William Klrk- patrick, deceased. Probate 9965 Cornie Rozeboom, deceased. Probate 9966 Harvey Anderson, deceased. DC 13954 Hugo N, Hunsader, M.D. vs Harold & Shirley Hulstein (Law). DC 13955 Myrtle Sue Chrl- sawn, Admr vs Arno P., Bruno i Marge Nebben (Law). DC 13957 Orlan Gulker,dba Lebanon Store vs Anthony Teunissen (Law). DC 13884 Janice L. Warner vs Eugene Paul Warner (Equity). NEW AUTOS Robert Van Sloten, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Altena Circle Steel, Hull, Chevrolet. Myron L. Nelson, «a- warden, Chevrolet. Edith E. Packard, Chatsworth, Dodge. Franklin G. De.Graaf, Alton, Chevrolet. Lee Roy Fedders, Orange City, Chevrolet, Wayne Alan Twedt, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Henry Van Zee, Rock Valley, Cadillac. Wm. J. Van De Hoef, Sheldon, Chevrolet. Henry Ruyter, Boyden, Dat- sun. Sidney Koedam, Rock Valley, Ford. Rev. Jack O. Boerlgter, Sioux Center, Mercury. NEW TRUCKS Rock Valley Cement Block & Tile, Rock Valley, Ford. Arthur Kelderman, Inwood, Chevrolet. Fred Krommendyk, Hull, Chevrolet. Kenneth Gene Claussen, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Sunday afternoon , the home of Mr. and MM h Hubers In honor of theki dayofMrs.H.j.HuX Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dec Mr. and Mrs. Fred V Weerd, Mr. and Mrs,' Rowenhorst, Mr. and Gerard Reinders, Mrs,! Reinders and Mr. ' Henry Moret from Mrs. Charles Till** returned home after s a month visiting with Mulder family ln Ann Mich, The Legion xa their meeting on Tues.ew in the home of Paul Den j tog, Swine Facilities meeting Febr. 2 Larry Van Fossen andj Meyer, Extension tural Engineers from} State University, cussing recommendation! Swine Facilities, Wednes Feb. 2, 9:45 a.m. to 3;00p] The meeting will beheldn Sioux Center City Hall, ording to Maurice Sioux County Extensiont tor. In the morning they \ discussing "B&sic Insuli; and Ventilation Prlnclpl The topic for the atteril will be "Swine Systems) Farrowing, Growing, andii ishlng." All interested people at| vited to attend this openi ting. ANNOVNCEMEHJ In order to provide better service to our patients, the MEDICAL CLINIC has decided to start an appointment system, beginning February 1, 1972. Appointments can be made by calling the Medical Clinic, 7374938, between 9 a.m. andSp.m. Monday thru Friday. Saturday morning will be reserved for EMERGENCIES. the Book... NINE FOR YOU ... Every payday, set aside a definite amount ... one out of every ten dollars, perhaps ... for "the book", . , your Savings Account passbook. Dollar after dollar, your money grows, and earns more, thanks to interest, compounded regularly. 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 Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.D.I.C. 2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL. Thursday, January 27, 1972 »-i^i. JMBtjMii.jS*

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