The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 3, 1972 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1972
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NW College Brass Choir Concert on February 5 The Northwestern College Brass Chior, under the di- rprtion of Associate Professor Herbert Ritsemu, will present their first full concert Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in the First Reformed Church of Orange City. The Brass Choir is comprised of 1C selected members from the brass section of the Northwestern Concert Band. Included on the program will lie numbers ranging from the Renaissance period to the present. Mr. Roger Mollenbeck sophmore organ major, will join the brass in performing two arrangements for Brass Choir by Gerald Bouma, .a Northwestern College Gra- uate and director of the Dordt College Brass Choir. The public is cordially invited to attend the concert. There is no admission charge. Development Corp. annual meeting The annual stockholders meeting of the Orange City Development Corp. will be held Thursday, Febr. 3 at Keithloy's Dutch Mill Inn. A meal v/ill be served, starting at C:30, followed by the business meeting. Three men Will be elected to (lie board of directors. Incumbents Paul Van Engelen- hoven, Wally Luhrs and John Draaver, whose three year terms expire this year, have been nominated by the nominating committee along with Del DP Haan, Don Vander \Veide and Lee Woudstra. Reports will be heard from Fvangpl Aircraft Corp., K- Products and Vogel Paint and Wax. Park Vue closed last Saturday The Park Vue Tap closed it.s door last Saturday night leaving Orange City without a beer parlor. The Hay Loft run by Doc Van Leeuwen will bo moving into the Park Vue building and an announcement will be made in next week's CAPITA!, about the other building. Doe told The CAPITAL that the Hay Loft will not close during the move. The complete move will be made about March 1. The coffee shop at the Hay Loft is open from 8:00-11:00 a.m. and 1:00-4:00 p.m. T rave I - A dventu re (Continued from page 1) at a county fair. In the Province of Frleseland are large farms, magnificent livestock and the world's largest indoor cattle auction. Makkum produces pottery equal to that of Delft and in another town Friesian Clocks are made. Limberg in the south boasts rolling hills, Castles and old towns with some surprises as the new invades the old. Works of Van Gogh are found at the Kroller-Muller Museum and fairy tales come true at Efteling Recreation Park. In North Holland, Alkmaar is famed for its cheese market where Harlem has one of the world's greatest organs. This is flower country and the show place of the growers is Keuenhof Gardens where there are some sixty acrea of flowering bulbs. Volendam and the Isle of Marken are havens for traditional Dutch costumes. , Reconstructed Zaandamisa living museum of bygone times. Contrast that to bustling Amsterdam and note that bicycles here are a favorite mode of transportation. The works of Rembrandt are here housed at the Rijkmuseum,. A fitting close to the visit is a leisurely trip through the canals of the city. Mr. Roberts , a professional documentary film producer, is not new to Orange City. His beautiful film on Norway last year and Switzerland in 1967 were genuinely acclaimed. He has worked vith Lowell Thomas, Jr. in the past and presently is adding to the National Educational Television Network. The invitation to this special program of the Travel Series is extended by the Orange City Women's Club. Tickets may be purchased at the door. All elementary through eighth grade students are invited at the special rate of 25 cents. Other students, SI and adults $2. Seeing some of the background to our local fastival is a good way to issue in a new Tulip Time season. ON TQPJF Speech festival to be held Feb. 5 at NW Does anyone know for sure when George Washington's Birthday is this year? Pork Producers (Continued from page 1" ving such clients as farm publications, commodity organizations and industrial firms dealing with agriculture. Murphy is widely known for his column in the Farm Bureau Spokesman, and for the hundreds of speeches given at farm and civic events during the last 20 years. •Those interested in attending or in getting more information are asked to con- tact'Ronald J. De Jong. STOP! You need never carry water softener salt again! CALL CULLIGAN (or on-the-spot, scheduled salt delivery E C ALL «•* 37-2923 I KALSBEEK'S in Orange City SNOWMOBILE Protection FOR YOU and YOUR FAMILY FOR DETAILS— CALL OR SEE US Richard Simonson Ph. 737-4980 Gary Horstman Ph. 439-2927 Dick Kimmel Ph. 324-2029 FfiRfTl BUREflU The Seventh Invitational Interpretation Festival to be held at Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, on Feb. 5, will feature Dr. Carolyn Ann Gilbert as guest speaker and critic. Dr. Gilbert, who is assistant professor of speech at Indiana State University, will also be featured in the evening performance at 7:00 p.m. in the Northwestern Playhouse. The Northwestern Choral Readers will present "THE World of Carl Sandburg" by Norman Corwin, from the Carl Sandburg Songbag. The Interpretation Festival is an all day event. After coffee and registration, Dr. Theora England, Professor of Speech and Festival Director, will bring greetings. Robert Donkersloot, President of Alpha Psi Omega,will preside at the 9:30 a.m. session. The morning session will stress the performance functions of the oral interpreter as public entertainer, public instructor, public persuader and literary critic. Dr. Gilbert, who received a B. S. magna cum laude from Ithaca College, an M. A. from Northwestern University, in correlated studies in speech, and a Ph. D. from Purdue University in speech communication with a major in oral interpretation, is well qualified to make instructive comment. Peggy Johnson, junior and President of Quitilian, will preside over the afternoon session at 1:30 p.m. This session will explore the aspects of performance media: the oral interpreter as audio editor, as video editor, as oral interpreter, and the use of multi-media control. Again Dr. Gilbert will comment. Dr. Gilbert has been instructor of speech in the Humanities Divison at SUNY College of Arts and Science from '65 -'68, graduate assistant at Purdue University from '68 - '71, and is presently assistant professor of speech at Indiana University. She teaches oral interpretation, directs the reader's theater and assists the director of the intercollegiate interpretation festival. Willard Rowenhorst of Orange City, left, was recently honored as a member of Pioneer Seed Comoany's Top 20 Club for outstanding sales achievement. District Sales Manager, Orlin Wittrig- presented the award. Chamber board picks committee heads Committee chairmen were selected at a special meeting of the Orange City Chamber board of directors held Monday morning. The following were named chairmen: organization improvement, Roger Mouw; membership, Dwayne Plender, assistant Bob Reynen; business development, Marvin Vogel (incumbent), assistant Junior Siebersma; community action, Benny Mulder (incumbent), assistant, Russ Vande Brake; merchants committee, Dick Deets. Roger Mouw becomes vice president by virtue of his heading the organization improvement committee. Supper guests last Friday evening in the Arie Van Grouw home in honor of Mr. Eugene Van Grouw's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Grouw and family from Rock Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Van Grouw. Services held for Mrs. Geo. Kuik Mrs. George Kuik, 49, of Orange City, la., died Jan. 29, in the hospital in Orange City, after a long illness. Funeral services were at the 1:30 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed Church of Orange City, with the Rev. Dr. P. Y. DeJong of Sioux Center officiating. Burial was in West Lawn Cemetery under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. The former Marie Wielenga, was born June 27, 1922 at Orange City. She was married on May 26, 1943, at Orange City. They farmed in O'Brien, and Sioux counties. Survivors are the widower; daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Carol Lynn) Van Zanten of New Holland, South Dakota; Mrs. Robert (Darlene Marie) Huisman of Sioux Center; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wielenga of Orange City; grandmother, Mrs. H. P. Haarsma of Orange City; brothers, Henry, Verne, Donald, Laurie all of Orange City; sister, Mrs. Fred De Beer, Mrs. Peter Van Wyk, both of Orange City, Mrs. Henry Kramer of Edgerton, Minn. NOTICE Have you heard "Share your Faith" broadcast designed to meet your spiritual needs? Tune in to KVD3 each Sun. at 4:00 p.m. Pastor and Mrs. Kleppinger of Orange City trust you will listen and invite your friends to hear this ministry. If you have problems or prayer requests they will be happy to share with you their prayers and words of counsel. Phone- 737-4620 or write "Share your Faith, 304 Dal. Ave. S.W. Orange City, Iowa. Woof Woof in Welfare A brief item in a news of the National Association of Manufacturers reports that "Mason Lustig recently received his Medicaid identification card number 5,463,603-1 and is entitled to visits to a doctor or dentist, as well as such items as prescription drugs, eyeglasses, false teeth and money for transportation." Mason Lustig happens to be a Great Dane dog belonging to a woman attorney, Evelyn Lustig. The dog was enrolled with New York's Department of Social Services to test the efficiency of the department. Not only did the welfare workers qualify Mason, the dog, for free health care, but they wrote him a letter advising him of his eligibility for free grants, too? Perhaps it was unfair to deliberately lay a trap for the New York welfare system. But, this does in no way lessen the moral of the story. When a computerized welfare state turns people into numbers, a system is created in which there is little room for personalized treatment based on the importance of the individual. One of the best things about long skirts and boots is it gives you a chance to wear your snagged stockings without anyone noticing. It's funny how much easier cutting grass seems to you when you're shoveling snow. Soup Supper Fri. jFeb. 4 Serving from 5-7:30 p.m. Fellowship Hall Free will offering Everyone Welcome American Reformed Church Guild DES MOINES, IOWA 2--TIIE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 3, 1972 GIGANTIC fish and Seafood Sale Thurs., Feb. 3—Sto 9ft/n. Fri, Feb. 4-12 noon to 9 jun. Sat., Feb. 5—9 ton. to 22 Varieties of Fish and seafood Cat Fish Filet Shrimp Salmon Steaks Turbot Filet Northern Pike Frog Legs Wall-eye Filet Smoked Fish Herring in Wine Sauce Perch Filet Crabs Shrimp in Shell Whiting Bull-heads Red Snapper Lobster Plus Many other Varietieg at Mouw's Super Valu Parking lot PROCEEDS FOR PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT sponsored by Orange Cityjaycees Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Van Oort and Tim from Sioux Falls were guests on Saturday in the 1 homo of Mrs. Al Van Oort. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanden Bosch from Rock Valley were Monday evening supper guests in the Arte Van Grouw home. The ladies are sisters. Dr. S, Scorza will fly to New York on Thursday to attend the Program Cou- cil of the Reformed Church in America, In honor 1,1 dine annlvors W,,,. < y ; SI a dinner ni* Pie. TtosllnR • | hc f as ' c Mr. and Mrs. *"*. Mr. an Kramor Jr. Alton Vlnk nmi Marion VVlo , the dinner „ was spent M Mr. and Mrs. sm.i. f 1fs Arts and partment of the met on Tuesday Mrs Homo of the program Necklaces with Clocks 20 % Rogers Bros. 1847 SILVERWARE! 48 pc. for 8 Reg. $140 NOW Diamonds at Savin Cigarette tighten 25% VAN GEtm JEWUV 2 doors west of the Bank Orange City, Iowa VJV rjffl IS NOW BROADCASTING, ;| DIRECT FROM THEIR NEW STUDIO IN ORANGE CITY j! EVERY MORNING FROM 9:15 to 10:00. . IF YOU HAVE I! NEWS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS YOU WOULD LIKE PLAcJ || ON OUR PROGRAM, GIVE US A CALL AT 737-4858 You will SAW in Orange City M/s weekend Thurs. thru Mon.--Febr. 3 thru 7 Open Thurs. & Mon. nights r . wheneve »- we can be of m any of these ways savings Accounts - Home Improvemont Loans - Travel Checks Checking Accounts - Persona! 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