The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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STAf Peter Koehn and Steven Van't Hof and the rest of the second graders class of > Muilenburg at M-OC made cold weather pictures of liquid starch and liquid l' ent. rj^g ar t project was thought up by Mrs. Beckering a student teacher Northwestern as something to do for a cold recess. — — — appeal Q f It Branch Township will T|t s annual Combined L tor 10 charitable and [organizations Feb. 7 Committee has an- fcnlzatlon which will I from funds collected • rop Iowa Children's } sioux County Retarded, lean Red Cross.Ameri- Imcer Society, March of Florence Crltefiton Hope Haven, YWCA, s Chapter of Arthritis, e-to-house canvas made by volunteer , No definite goal has Jet. iCombined Appeal Corn- consists of Dwaflne |berg, President (who Ls Arnold Van Gelder); Irony Cleveringa, vice Sent; Mrs. Tony Rensink, |ary; and Mrs. Ron Den Br, treasurer. Menu public school 5ARY 28 3 or ham I Chips ots, celery, fese, pickles fcr bars e juice, Milk JHIY 31 Hot casserole |ge Slaw sauce i |lches, Milk UARY 1 Id potatoes }y & dressing ipeas fream , Milk IUARY 2 ipines fce salad In pudding Tlches, Milk |!UARY 3 n potatoes & ham ji beans |pple slice Piches, Milk (/ices held for :Smit services for Dick of Doon, Iowa, who away Wednesday, ')' 19, 1972, at the Sioux " Hospital following a was held Saturday, 22, at the Doon Re- Church, with the Rev. Manning officiating. I the Hillside Ceme- poon, Iowa. "lit was born on July In the Netherlands, to America in 1911 "led near Orange City, Fried Bertha De Jong [bruary 22, 1922. They farms in the area •y retired to Doon in ] v °fs include the wl- *"•«. Dick Smit of Doon; "ghter, Nellie (Mrs Ste* Kuiper) - — "to: four lQ wa, l °yden, Iowa, Peter Jowa, and John of • Minnesota; two J °hn T. of Hull, I'll) of Wyoming, sons, Thomas Cobie iporneUa Iowa, of of Rock 10 YEARS AGO The Palace Theatre will present on of the truly great motion pictures of all time, "Ben Hur." Mayor Chester Van Peur- sem has been notified by Park Rinard, executive director of the Iowa League of Municipalities, of his election to the executive board of directors of the league. Major Van Peursem was also elected president of the Northwest Iowa Mayor's Association. After a year and a half of vacancy, the old Vande Steeg building on the corner of Central and Third St. NE will soon house another ladies' wear store -- but it will be completely remodeled, under new management and new name. Owned by Orange City clothier Wally Luhrs, the new retail outlet set to open the first of March under the man- agership of Virgil Dykema who has been associated with L & K Clothing men's store. The store will bear the name of its manager, Dykema's. An important "first" was announced here this week by Pals Transfer, Inc. of Orange City. The local trucking firm, on of Iowa's largest motor carriers, announced that it was the first in Iowa to put into practical use the bill signed last July 4, by Gov. Erbe allowing two trailers to be pulled by one tractor. 15 YEARS AGO Mrs. John Hulst, Jr. of Bellflower, Cal. wrote the Capital this week to report seeing a klompen dance performed by two Dutch clad boys from South Dakota, on a TV ama- tuer show, "Rocket to Stardom." The master of ceremonies for the west coast program asked the youths where they learned their dance -- and they replied, "at the Tulip Festival In Orange City, la." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ludens of Lime Springs, la. wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Grace, to Mr. Eugene Van Wyk, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Van Wyk. Bernle Prochaska, a former high school athletic coach moved to Orange City recent- lu and is now employed as a pharmacist at the Village Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ford are the parents of a son, Donald Keith, born Saturday evening, January 12. Rev. E. Van Englenhoven reported to the Orange City Lions Club this week that the Doornink Memorial Scout Lodge is completely paid for. He said the Scout Lodge, which was dedicated one year ago, is valued at approximately $10,000 and Is debt free. He said $1100 came from the sale of the old Scout building; $6000 was contributed by residents of the community; and local persons donated $3000 worth of materials and labor, 20 YE ARS AGO Johnny Zeutenhorst began work Wednesday in the office of the county engineer, taking the place of Arnold Dykstra, who is working with the engineer of Los Angeles county. Mr. Zeutenhorst hasbeen"ern- ployed at the Sanitary Market for several years. According to local postal officials, the new postal rates that went into effect the first of January, have no effect on certain classas of mail. There has been no increase on regular first class mail with the exception of the "penny" post card, and under the new regulations require two cents postage, Just in case youhave some of the old one cent cards on hand, be sure to add a one cent stamp before ma ling them, Airmail will remain at six cents. 85 YEARS AGO valid Jan. 1 by the Office of Price Administration. As Bernle Vander Aarde was helping fight the Aue fire Sunday morning, a pick axe slipped from his hands while he was on the roof of the house and crashed down on Donald Kraal's head. Out of the four men working together, Don happened to be the only one wearing his helmet, which was dented by the impact. The others have made a strong New Year's resolution to wear their fire helmets .from now on. C. Van Ginkel, formerly of Bellflower, Cal., has arrived here to operate the Mulder Blacksmith shop which he recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Vermeer, who were married 20 years Jan. 20, were given a surprise party at the Ben Geslnk home. The Protestant Ref. Church has added an extra English sermon to its schedule, namely the first Sunday morning of each month. A dog poisoner is busy in the west end of town, three dogs having died last week. These dogs, all pets of children, were those belonging to Jack Duimstra, James Korver and Dennis Netten. 30 YE ARS AGO The month of December introduced food stamps to Sioux county in a big way. During the past 30 days, $3,454 in Orange stamps were purchased by eligible relief clients. This gave the buyers an other $1727 in blue stamps free which means $5,181 in food was dispensed to Sioux county di- ect relief and WPA customers during the month. John Eerkes entertained his employees at a dinner at the Hawkeye Hotel Wednesday evening. Those who participated were Kenneth Van Wechel, Nelson Muilenburg, Woodrow Van Leeuwen, Vernon Schoep, Paul Colenbrander, Clarence Ver Steeg, Frederick Brower and Clarence Van Groningen. George Leeuw was unable to be present. Servicemen AB David H. Meylink Fight against animal rustling maneuvers Sioux County charges for. theft of domestic animals are presently pending against two individuals who are in custody of out-of-state law enforcement officials. Dennis Dean Borchers of rural Le Mars, is in custody of the Hennepin County, Minnesota sheriff's office and held in conjunction with a warrant Issued by the Governor of the State of Iowa in conjunction with extradition proceedings begun by the Sioux County Attorney. These proceedings result from Grand Jury Indictment charging Borchers with the theft of 20head of heavy cattle near rural Ireton on the 8th of October, 1971. Rodney Van Beek of rural Lennox, South Dakota,, is in the Lincoln. South Dakota county jail subject to warrant issued by reason of a Grand Jury indictment for the theft of approximately 100 feeder pigs from a Rock Valley farm on December 21, 1971. To deter further thefts of livestock the following recommendations are made: 1) Have a neighbor watch the premises while you're away. 2) Report all suspicious characters on or near your property. 3) Light areas around buildings and loading chutes. 4) Padlock all gates. 5) Keep fences in good repair. Iowa Code specifically makes the theft of domestic animals a felony subject to maximum of five (5) . years in the State Penitentiary. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Word received of death of K. Wagner Word has been received of the death of Kenneth Wagner, 614 Keswick, 'Iowa City, Iowa on January 1, 1972. Mn Wagner was the County Agent of the Farm Extension Office in Orange City during the years of 1938 through '39. He and his wife , Ruth, were also members of the Ramblers. When they left Orange City, they lived on their farm near West Liberty, Iowa, where he was also very active in farm programs. Last month they had retired from their farm to live in Iowa City. He will be remembered and missed by his many friends here. Fbister parents to meet Febr. 2 Sioux County Foster Parents will again meet on February 2, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room of the Sioux Center Public Library. Mr. M. R. Whitehead, Superintendent of Quakerdale Home at New Providence, Iowa, will be the speaker for the evening. Mr. Whitehead has been at Quakerdale since 1964 and previously had experience with youth as a high school teacher and administrator. He will include in his presentation for the evening, some insight into what is expected of foster parents taking a child into their home from a group home, such as Quakerdale or Harmony Home. And also what foster parents can expect of the child. The public is cordially invited to attend the meeting. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Lois Grooters from Pella, visited her Aunt Mrs. Jeanette Slothouber the past week. Mrs. Leroy Bras and Mrs. Harold Roos from Hospers visited Miss Tena Koster the past week, Mrs. Mary Hentges visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krogman and Mrs. Jim Morgan from Remsen and Mary Bowers from Alton. Dan De Vries of Maurice, Lloyd Vander Molen from Le Mars'called on Ralph and Pete Zwart on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuller from Alton visited the John Browers on Friday. Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl from Newkirk also called on her on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong from Alton visited Mrs. Sie- monsma. Miss Ann De Lint observed her birthday on Sunday. Mrs. Helen Muilenburg from Melvin and Mr. Henry Muilenburg from Sheldon called on her Sunday afternoon; and Mrs.- Frances Talsma and Mrs. James Godfrey on Monday morning from Sioux City. The Deputation team from N.W. College had charge of the Service Sunday afternoon. Editor's Note: The following Hems were scheduled for last week's Capital but regretably had to be omitted because of lack of space. Those having birthdays the past week were Mrs. Wm Hospers, Miss Ann Van Zwal and Mrs. John Brower. On Saturday evening, children and other relatives of the Browers came to celebrate her birthday with her. Mrs. Daii De Vries and Betty Hiedbrink visited Pete and Ralph Zwart on Thursday. The Am. Legion Auxiliary brought treats for the residents on Tues., Jan. 11. Mrs. Lois Grooters from Pella came Sat. to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Hospers. Mrs. Margorie Weeks came on Mon. to visit her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haulton and their daughter Mrs. Schogman and her two children from Ireton visited their mother and grandmothers, Mrs. Frieda Hill on Sunday evening. They also visited their great grandmother. The Am. Legion Aux. Women gave a program and played games on Tues. evening with Mrs. Arta Van Gorp in charge. Mr. Hubert Schuller sang some special numbers. They also sang a few Dutch Psalms, and Mrs. Mabel De Haan was the pianist. Mrs. Cornie Teunissenand Mrs. James Smit from Rock Valley visited Mrs. Gertrude Siemonsma the past week. Mrs. Ella Vander Griend was admitted last week. NOTICE Soup supper, Friday, Feb. 4, American Reformed Church. Serving at 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome! Set-vices held for Dr. Riedeman Dr. Dores J. Riedeman, aged 65, of Alton, Iowa, died Jan. 18, 1972 at the Orange City Municipal Hospital after a short Illness. The funeral was held at the Alton Reformed Church, of which he was a member on Thursday, Jan. 20, 1972 at 1:30 p.m., preceded by a short Prayer Service. Interment was held at the Nassau Township Cemetery near Alton, Iowa with the Van Etten Funeral Home In charge of all arrangements. Dr. Riedeman was born on August 6, 1906 at Alton, Iowa to Herman and DenaRexwink- el Riedeman, who were early Sioux County pioneers. He graduated from the Alton High School in 1924. He then attended the Iowa University at Iowa City, Iowa and graduated as a Dental 'Surgeon In 1929. He opened practice In Hospers, Iowa, where he continued his practice until his retirement in 1966. He was a member of the American Dental Association and the Iowa Dental Association. He spent four years in the service of his country as a Captain in the United States Air Force. Survivors Include Jeanette, Mrs. Richard H. Gambler, of Alton, Iowa; William H. of Waupun, Wisconsin; and Raymond of Sanborn, Iowa. There are 3 nieces, Virginia, Mrs, Floyd M. Tetapleton of Laramie, Wyoming; Helen, Mrs. Lyle Horn of Madison, Wise; Marlene Riedeman of Beloit, Wise., and a nephew, William H. Riedeman, Jr. of Frankenmuth, Michigan. Or. Riedeman's father preceded him In death in 1959 and his mother In 1962. Pall bearers were E. J. Aalbers, Henry Schuller.Bert Vande Weerd, Donald Frer'ks, Russell Van Peursem s>nd Gerald Scholten. Special mui- Ic was furnished by Geraldint and Ray Schreur with Mrs. John Fennema at the organ. The services were conducted by the Rev. ClarenceGreving. Ted Toenjes elected Sinfonia president Beata Nu chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity at the University of Northern Iowa has elected nine new officers for 1972 at Cedar Falls. The new student officers include Ted Toenjes of rural Maurice, president. Ted is a graduate of Maurice-Orange City high school. Membership in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Is open to any man student at UNI with an interest in music and many of Its members are not music majors. The main purpose of the fraternity Is to advance the cause of music in the United States. Rev. R. Lubbers had charge of the Service on Sunday pm. Mrs. Dick Van Zanten and Mrs. Rudy Drost sang two special numbers, Mr. Marion De Haan was the pianist. A Special Missionary Service will be held Saturday, Jan. 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Orange City Assembly of God Church. Rev. G. L. Haggard is from Botswana, South Africa. Having served his last term in numerous capacities there,he will open a storehouse of good things for all who come. Everyone is welcome! 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. 7 - January 27, 1972 More than lust a new car GOLD canopy roof ' * ^^^^ ^--i ,. // \ ' u«—••—**—-•**^^tf I t > sl G-ll Lackland AB Drew F. Vogel night ~G163, Squadron JS709 Lackland AFB, -AFB, Texas 78236 IJUd"* *•**• «••«—Texas 78236 Pvt. T. M. Schmlt 483-68-0484 PH. 3127NCRD San Diego, Calif. 92140 Mr. Dave Meylink left on Sat., Jan. 14 for Lackland AFB in Texas for his basic training in the Air National Guard. His wife, Sue, continues to live in Orange City and teaches in the Le Mars Public School system. Dan's address appears elsewhere in this issue. j/l rtt Jfcd' 19th ANNUAL JAN, 29 - FEB, 5 at the COLISEUM Sioux Falls, South Dakota Bigger and Better than ever! if LIVESTOCK SHOWS AND SALES Jan 1 9-Urcd Ewe and Market Lamb. Jan. 31-Bred Gilt and Market Barrow. Feb. 1-Herefords. Feb. 2- Shortnorn. Feb. 3-Angus. Crowning ol Gr. Champ & Reserve Champ Steers; Champion Steer, Barrow and Lamb sale Feb! 3. Holstein Feb. 4. Charolais 1-eb. 5. * HORSE SHOWS i..., ig-Appaloosa Show. Jan. 30-Arabian Show. Feb' 5-Quarter Horse Show. Jan. 29-llorse Sales: Appaloosa, Quarter Horse, and Arabian. ^ AFTERNOON EVENTS FOR LADIES Home Economic demonstrations and I lower Show will be of interest to the ladies. * NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Jan 29-Flying Buckskins. Jan. 31-Here's Barbershop with Sioux Emperians and Montevideo Music Makers. Feb 1-GrandOle Opry. Feb. 3,4. 5- Yankton College Presentation of "Kiss Me Kate". New Plymouth Gold Duster with jjoW (or black) vinyl canopy roof. America's hot-selling small car has actual gold mine. That's 1st prize in'our giant ''Pan far Gold" Contest. A Gold-Duster is also second prize, I He V3UIU uwoivi. »»...»».••»..«—-"- ... i : . . •-*• -• i- jJTa^SSS^-^^Si -!•*-» a ,ep,,ca o, a covers interior vinyl trim and a few other things we think Tl you'll like. The factory isn't charging us for the vinyl can- us now. • opy roof on a Gold Duster; so we don't have to charge you. AUTHOH1MO OEAieRS > We're celebrating Gold Duster's arrival by offering CHRYSLER M0100S CORPORATION Con,... RUM. .. NO pu,ch.» 2. to oil licensed anveia, '« yoai* w «.«*..- .- - • sin Missouri, and where prohibited by law. 6. Winners are employees and IRS dependents of Chryslers, Inc. CHRYSLER ~Plymoutfi PAA SINKEY GARAGE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 37, 1978—3

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