Lt, Wm, J. Verdoorn recleves honors Mr. and Mrs. William A. Verdoorn of rural Hospefs were Informed by the Air Force that their son, First Lieutenant William J. Ver- doorn, was presented with the Distinguished Flying Cross and the First through Eight Oak Leaf Clusters to the Air Medal, on January 19, 1972, by the Wing Commander. M-OC board talks carpet, salary rise Uarwin Zeutenhorst, janitor at the M-OC elementary building, presented a problem to the Board of Education of MOC on Monday, February 7 at 7:30 p.m. Zeutenhorst says that there are floors in four classrooms that need to be replaced because of badly worn tile. Both Kraai Furniture and Cliff Oolman were asked to give tentative estimates for carpeting the rooms, their estimates were $3075 and $2861 respectively. Zeutenhorst said that maintenance on carpet would be easier than caring for tile or linoleum. Kraai and Oolman will measure the rooms for a more definite estimate in the future. The salary committee for M-OC teachers also attended the meeting. Mel Van Peur- sem, Delia Franken, and Jim Kleis, spokeman, suggested that the base pay be raised from $6700 to $6900, a district paid Income protection plan that would pay 60% salary to the teachers until age 65, and Improved in-service training. M-OC ranks below the county's average base of $6825. On February 17, a meeting will be held with the parents of children in the Maurice elementary to discuss the possibility of bussing the children to Orange City. The cooks in the Orange City elementary building again asked the board to hire another part-time cook to help during serving' time.,: The board will reconsider it next fall School will be dismissed early on February 15 to al-< low the band to play In Vermillion at 3:00. If classes meet until 1:30, it can be considered a legal day of school and will not have to be made up. Services held for Mrs. Vender Ploeg Mrs. Charles Vander Ploeg 85, Orange City, la. died Jan. 27, at the hospital at Orange City. Funeral services were held Jan. 29, at 1:30 p.m. at the Dover Avenue Alliance Church with the Rev. Jack Van Kekerlx officiating. She was buried at the Memorial Gardens Cemetery, at Sioux Center, with the Vander Ploeg Funeral Home, Sioux Center, Iowa. Mrs. Vander Ploeg was the former Sadie Vander Schaaf and was born March , 4, 1886. in the Netherlands. She married in May 12, 1910 at Sioux Center. Mr. Vander Ploeg died in 1967. • Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Merlin ffidltti) KJerland of Renton, Wash., Mrs. Bernard (Eileen) Hogan of Chicago, 111; three sons, James of Sheldon, Arthur of Sioux Center, the Rev. Harold of Glenview.Ill.j 14 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. NOTICE Senior Citizens will meet Monday, Febr. 14, at 2:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Home. Anyone needing a ride call 2607. Rev. Harvey Swenson, from Pine River, Minn, will be guest speaker as well as show slides concerning his Mission Project called, "Perpetual Missions." He co-ordinates the purchase of a steer, and makes arrangements for that steer to be raised and fattened by a farmer, after which ttm« i the steer is sold and the profits go for Missions. There will also be very special music Congregation invite you all to come to Dover Aye. Alliance Church on Thursday evening, February 10, at 7:30 P.M. and enjoy an evening of fellowship and challenge. i • t * * * The M-OC Junior Class is having a bake sale at Woud- stras Meat Market on February 19, 1972. Students named to Dean's List Judy Kalsbeek, a freshman at Dordt College, is one of the students who achieved a perfect 4.00 grade point average for their first semester work at the College. Judy is the daughter of Art Kalsbeeki Orange City. She is a 1971 graduate of Unity Christian High School. New hardware opening in o.c. Roger Roghair has nounced he has purchased!! building on 3rd St., N\yJ!| housed the Park Vim Cat. !l the Hay Loft. ** The Hay Loft Is being mo into the area previously ot?! upiedby the cafe. Anin<wl dent hardware store ing into the old Hay I. The store, Handymanl!a t j| ware, Inc., will l )e operaiJ by L.es Kuiken. Roghair «J continue to work at EvaJI Aircraft. "• Seven other students the Orange City area also named to thenean' for first semester achievement. Thay rel Noteboom, Ruth Elwin Gesink, Nancy KiWl Wanda Visser, Wiiiard '' Jong and Geralyn Van D, To be named to the Deat',1 List, .student must have talned at least 3.30 $• point average for the semi ester. Schullerto be on local TV On the occasion of •••!•! H.irolcl Schuller, ] rnisrH on i north' M nil, rntnrns to this 'f'l'vi.sinn on Feb. 13 iii'ionnlly televised P.'-.vr program 'le'!!•. on KRI.O-TV, 1 i >t 1 A.M. : 'Mir praise for his • thinking programs ' •': noi.ihlps as Dr. Vmrent Peale, "I -I" friends to lis- ," -- actress Dor- "'.'.'!ui an inspiration - -;incpr Norma 7.1m- the I .v.vrence \Velk , •'"!•' allows God's T.V through him sin-- have won for Dr. t!i" Mtlr. "Pastor to <:n? from Garden i;i:i!i]r,ity Church, of . ; r!mller is founder- f,-- UP-! near Disney- ;t!iorn California, 'i') i , full-color tele- v! r. services point '-sitivp teachings of iit-. and show how to -.;n prtcii-ally to life ":! - ti-inv. M;i:' o;i a I. OS Angeles I M: 1 r>7''', Hour of Power •:ii:>.f, I-"! to major rnar- r !•••"-,-• tlip nation and now .ir, I- a .Sunday audience '!'• ! "i i nno-tourth of the Mi.- City Council i) .111 1, ! ii/m-ntte permits .•'.l.'i'p Do Haan, ;>•, v.-nre cancell- 'U the council at !i"f"uisp ho has iif. ; r. sold to firms !>•.'. interest cost "r HIP munici- \\f\\ purchased lii'p equipment i an effective ';.'-;in-) r and the •'•r bonds with an •i-f-st of 4.49 r ,2 f "r. (•rinott and their i HPT Hie North• H:nik bought the >T improvement in cifpftive in- and the $20,- vpinont bonds vp interest of Over 4,000 letters pouring into Hour of Power headquarters each week from viewers of all racial and religious backgrounds, or with no religion at all, tell how people across America are finding a positive plan for their lives from the relevant, forthright messages. Following its debut on Feb. 13 on Channel 11, Hour of Power will continue to be aired on KEI.O-TV each Sun- clay at 9 a.m. More snow forecast for Winter Carnival The year 1972 couldn't be better for Northwestern's annual Winter Carnival to be held February 10-12 on the Northwestern campus. With an abundance of snow and cold weather the snow sculptures should be exciting. Each dorm is allowed one sculpture and commuters sculpt a snow scene near Van Peursem Hall. The Profs, who are invited to take part may have the space north of Zwemer. Only snow and water are permitted. Winter Carnival events include a women's basketball game against Dordt at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium on Feb. 10, and the traditional broom hockey match at 8:00 P.m. Feb. 11 at 7:00 p.m., the coronation of the Winter Carnival King and Queen will take place in the chapel auditorium. This year's Winter Carnival Court includes as candidate for queeen: Stephanie Ford, freshman from Orange City; Miriam Korver, sophomore from Alton; Jan Zwart, sophomore from Hingham, Wisconsin; Deb Thompson, sophomore from Linn Grove; Ethel Vermeer, sophomore from Orange City; as candidate for King; Ken Bahrke, junior from Pierson; Dave Hector, sophomore from Friesland, Wise.; Curt Krull, sophomore from Doon; Gaylord Schelling, sophomore from Reinbeck; Mark Stadtlander, sophomore from Meservey. After the coronation "Adam at G;00 a.m.", a movie, and a pizza party will be the evening entertainment. The judging of the snow sculpture will take place Sat. Feb. 12, in the morning, tobogganing is schedueld for the afternoon and a dance will be held in the auditorium from 8:30 - 12:00 p.m. These Orange City Business Firms Salute BOY SCOUT TROOP 208 EXPLORER POST 208 CUB SCOUT PACK 208 AND OTHER SCOUT TROOPS OF SIOUX COUNTY A SCOUT IS TRUSTWORTHY Trust In him Is well founded. He lives by his word. We are constantly trying to build this same confidence , In . Jhe. FARMER'S CCkOP Olt-< ASS*N. Our customers are 1 learning-thai what •we .say i s absolutely true and have the utmost confidence In our products and the service behind them. Farmers Co-op Oil Ass'n. Phone 4804 Orange City A SCOUT IS CHEERFUL He serves willingly and cheerfully . . . and so do we! Service that Is ice' every Umel This cheerfulness, plus personal Interest In your need for a good garage are two of the principle reasons why our business has grown, and continues to grow. Orange City Municipal Utilities A SCOUT IS REVERENT "We are all blind unUl we see That In the Human Plan Nothing Is worth the ^making ., .'Unless Mt' makes the man. Why build these cities glorious If man unbullded goes? In vain we build the world unless The builder also grows." Edwin Markham Roggen & Ford Electronic Data Processing Phone 4963 -- Orange City A SCOUT IS THRIFTY A thrifty boy wilt develop into a good citizen and a good provider -for his family, ff* offer you complete and thrifty service. Farmer's Elevator Phone 4944 Orange City A SCOUT IS LOYAL We, too, have been loyal to our many customers throughout the years by serving them with quality products. We strive always to keep up with the finest available products. Standard Parts Phone 4930 Orange City A SCOUT IS FRIENDLY \ He makes people glad to be associated wlth'Mm, We endeavor to adopt this principle In our business. HUBERS- VAN ENGELENHOVEN INSURANCE AGENCY wants to get belter acquainted with you . . . It Is a natural thing to be friendly, ..Itmakes dealing with you more pleasant. Hubers-Van Engeienhoven- Doornink Insurance Agency Service on Every Occasion Phone 4917 Orange City A SCOUT IS KIND He Is kind and considerate to everyone. Scouting Is one of the strongest Influences In the life of a boy. It trains him in the ways of good citizenship. It's easier to buildboysthan to mend men. Orange City Builders Supply On Highway 10 — West edge of O.C. A SCOUT IS BRAVE And the bravery anil resourcefulness of former Boy Scouts Is being demonstrated In Viet Nam. And a greater stride Is also raging. The struggle for world peace. Scouting Is pledged to work to build a better world. Sioux Veterinary Clinic Phone 4950 Orange City -.. Howard Muil- md Mrs. Alvin 'iid Mr. and Mrs. i:i"[!liorst and in Sheldon on 'inn in hr-l[, Gail 'l:nii!!ili>r ol the i.HIM ':, cflobrate Mr. and Mrs. Dob LaPoint and daughter moved to Wayne, Neb. last week where they have purchased a motel. They have been spending several weeks in the home of her parents, the Frank Vander Wilt's. AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOWA •\N OFFiriAL NFWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa ;in<! tho official paper for the City of Orange City. RATES, payable annually in advance, $r> per y< j ar in Sioux and adjoining, counties, $0.no pf.T ypar elsewhere. SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID ORANGE CITY, IOWA 51041 J'l'IUJSIIKD Thursdays, continuing a 97-year tradition of community newspaper service, REPRESENTED in the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives, :i'7th Year -No. 11- February 10, 1972 A SCOUT IS HELPFUL By being prepared he is ever atert and ready to do "At least one good turn dally," I try my best to apply the Scout taw to my business and I am ready and willing to be helpful in every way I can to the people I serve. Mouw's Super Valu Phone 4848 Orange City A SCOUT IS COURTEOUS He Is at all times respectful and courteous to those with whom he comes In contact* It enriches his youth -It betters his adult life, We respect our customers. They're the best people we know, Northwestern State Bank - Orange City Off. tn Maurice - Mem, FD1C A SCOUT IS OBEDIENT A Scout Is at all times obedient to what Is required of him, J have been obedient to the farmers and townfolk In the area In providing good Insurance, I have changed with the times to keep alert to your needs In every way and will continue to develop as your needs Increase, Sioux Abstract Co, inc. Phone 2211 Orange City Sioux County Abstract Co. Phone 2917 Orange City A SCOUT IS CLEAN Yes, a good Scout le clean, both morally and physically, so that h( will be alert and active, sharing Importantly in the life of the community and the nation. Boy Scouts will be aal men of tomorrow, wort- Ing to expand man t knowledge tor a better world In which we live. Punt-Cambier Motor Co. Phone 4914 -- Orange City They Act to Save Our American Resources... Project SOAR, "Save Our v^' American Resources" Involv- j _*t?iK^Xil~ es Boy Scouts everywhere ' f ffiii ~*> *''" I-/ ^ e Congratulate our local to—*-|bI f '!--./.'/''' Scouts, who on February 8th, Anniversary Day, Inaugurate I their own programs In aid of Project SOAR. Phone 737-2225 A Salute to Scouts . , , They're Cleaning Up! Because today's Boy Scouts are concerned about to- day's problems, they're l'i trasl1 dlsposi " and antl - / '"tor programs to helpour ' community. De Hwn Bectric Phone 737-4891 Pollution... Scouts Do Something About It With vigorous programs to flght pollution, Boy Scouts set a good example. Thay're doing something now to Improve our environment ... and what they do can Inspire action by all. 2--THP: SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 10, 197S Conservation,,, It's Their 1971 Good Turn PlanUng, cleaning UP rlver beds, reforesting..• lhes9 are Just part of our Boy Scouts' activities, on behalf of conservation, * "Good Turn" 'or 1971> Phone 787-484Q .
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