The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 10, 1972 · Page 4
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February 10, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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Sandy Roelfs, a Northwestern student teacher in Helen De Jagers class at M-OC, made this bulletin board to make new words easier to learn for these first erarlers. Mark Dykstra and Jacelyn Van Es had just put som« buttons (new words) on the snowman. District News of yesterday court By transcript from the Court of John H. Vermeer, Thonws Dean Grosenheider nf I.e Mars, was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and bond was set at S350.00 and he was hound over to District Court. The Last Will and Testament of Eldon F. Ericson, late of Hawarden, was admitted to probate and record. Bruce E. Ericson and Yvonne Heaves were appointed Executors. Bond was waived by the Will. The Last Will and Testament of Dores J. Riedeman, late of Alton was admitted to Probate and record. Raymond J. Riedeman and Jean- ettp Camhier were appointed Executors. By transcript from the Court of John H. Vermoer, Lloyd S. Newman of Sibley has been charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and bond was set at S350.00 and he was hound over to District Court. The last Will and Testament of Jerry Dykstra, late of Hull, was admitted to probate. Cynthia Dykstra was appointed to serve as Executrix. The Final Renort was filed in the Estate of John Houtsma. i The estate is now closed and the Executors released, Arnold J, Franken of Sioux Center has filed suit against the City of Sioux Center. On Nov. 5, 1971 the defendant rented a warehourse from plaintiff for the purpose of housing wild animals owned by defendant during the winter months. Plaintiff alleges that on November 11. 1971 the tiger attacked him. Franken alleges negligence on the part of the City of Sioux Center and aks for damages in the amount of $50,000, together with interest and costs of this action. The last Will and Testement ament of Sadie Vander Ploeg was filed for Probate. Arthur Vander Ploeg was appointed Executor without bond. The Last Will and Test- of John Van Der Stelt, late of Maurice, was admitted to Probate. Dornelia Van Der Stelt was named Executrix, Marion Andringa has been appointed guardian and Conservator of the person and property of Avis Andrlng-a and John Andringa. He is to'serve without bond. Transcript from O'Brien County of the Estate of Magdalena Youngers of Sheldon, has been filed. 10 years ago The Women's Auxiliary of Northwestern College has pledged $25,000 for the new library to be built, according to Mrs. Arie Schimmel of Sioux Center, Auxiliary president. It was a beaming, extremely ' happy Linda VanKlompenburg that accepted the crown and scepter, official symbol of her office, to become the Tulip Queen for 1962. Her princesses will be, Kay Korver, Myrtle Mellema, Jean Miller, Linda Muilenburg, Judi Post and Jean Te Paske. Jake Vander Griend has announced the purchase of Katie and Chuck's restaurant. Recipient of three prenuptial miscellaneous showers, was Mary Popma, who became the recent bride of Kenneth Wiersma, on Friday, Febr. 9, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Popma. 15 years ago Mr. and Mrs. Keith De Jong have received their visa to enter India.'and have resigned their , teaching positions in Grand Haven, awaiting their date for departure by plane. Mrs. Richard Ver Burg, Rock Valley; Mrs. Jake Vande Griend, jr..Orange City; Mrs. Bert J. Van Maanen, Maurice; and Mrs. Ring Kleinhesselink Alton were the top prizewinners in the cake baking contest held at the Sioux Electric building. Each of the four winners received a Westinghouse electric mixer, and Mrs. Kleinhesselink also received a new Westinghouse electric range when her cake was judged as the grand prize winner. Owners and personnel of the Sinkey Garage are observing the 25th anniversary of the business. 20 years ago The Kick-Off of the drive for the youth fair for Sioux County is to be held on Tues., is to be held on Tuesday, Febr. 12, at the community building in Sioux Center. Funds have been raised during the past year to buy the land for the Youth Fair grounds and now the. goal of $10,000 is to be raised for the purpose of erecting buildings to house the livestock and girls exhibits. ' Stanley Duven, local manager of the Duven Music and Electric Store was a business caller in Sioux City Monday, checking with RCA officials on the new highpower TV sets that are said to be built for "fringe area" districts. Danny , the two year olc son of Mr. and Mrs, Normar PLEASE CALL US FOR FREE PICK UP and DELIVERY ORANGE CITY, IOWA Phon* 737-4297 STORE HOURS; 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m Monday, open until 9 p.m. Boonstra, who fractured his leg several weeks a.go, was dismissed from the Grossman hospital to his home where he will have to remain in a traction for three more weeks and will then be put into a cast. At the Maurice school the new .dual-head automatic switch table sewing-machines arrived on Wed. of this week. The home ec. department now has four nearly new sewing machines and on pedal type. 25 years ago Farmers northwest of town were snowbound for the better part of a week, so one of them, Jake Wielenga,hitched his horses to a wagon, cut fence wires, and took off for Orange City over the fields. He got to town and gathered up a bushel basket of mail which he distributed to six of his neighbors. Blizzards which raged most of last week blocked roads and kept most farmers Without mail service for the better part of a week. Some could not leave their farmyards, and did their chores by walking over the tops of big drifts. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Peters have named their new daughter, Cheryl Beth. At the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kiel, Miss Mary Kiel became the bride of Henry W. Addlnk, sort of Mr. and Mrs. John Adding at one-thirty on the afternoon of Febr. 13. 30 years ago When Neal Spaan attempted to part 'some fighting turkeys last week at the Fairgrounds, 8 or 9 of the big birds ganged up on him. March Brothers, who have purchased the Nlra Theatre from Henry Van Boxtel, were in Orange City this week to check over the equipment and the layout of the local theatre preparing to remodeling which starts Immediately. Now us folks aren't the only ones having trouble with war time. John Buurman, living east of town, is having quite : a time getting his chickens to bed while its still light. Those pesky critters just wouldn't go into the coop the other night when John tried to round them up. Although the clock said It was 6 those chickens were smart enough to know it really was only 5. We believe that John had better get busy and write his congressman how to get his chickens on war time. The junior class of the Orange City High school will present the "The Vampire Bat" next Thursday evening at the Town Hall. In the cast are Elmer Huizenga, Phyllis Mulder, Marjorie Paekel, Frederick Brower, Alwyn De Haan, Jeanne Rowenhorst, Verrion Schemper, Evadeane Balkema, Gladys Marie Gary, Bernard Taylor, Kenneth Vander Stoep and Alene Mulder. The play is being directed by' Mrs. Bolluyt and Miss Heise. 35 years ago Four West Branch schools competed in play contests last Friday night. School taught by Miss Alice Muilenburg, Miss Bernice Mouw, Miss Wierda and Miss Elizabeth Colenbrander participated in this contest. First place was given to the school taught by Miss. Colenbrander. The Northwestern State Bank took Mon. afternoon and Tuesday to remodel the bank interior. Fixtures from the Sioux County Savings Bank were made by the carpenters into counters and windows of modern design and installed Tues. Booths for those having safety deposit boxes will be installed in the near future.. Plate glass has replaced the' former iron top of the "cages" and the customers room as j ' been remodeled to give more space for work. Mr. and Mrs. William Kuiper of Hull were Sunday evening guests at the Lloyd Van't Hof home and attended church services here with them, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vander Zwaag, Sherry, sandy and Shelly spent the weekend at the Daryl Vaas home at Greeley, Colorado. The Reverend and Mrs. John M. Smith and Beth of Balley- vllle, 111. arrived in this vicinity Friday and attended the college basketball games at Orange City Friday and Saturday evening. They were Saturday dinner guests at the Willis Hofmeyer home and Sunday dinner guests at the Marlon Menning home. They returned to their home in Illinois Monday evening. Mr. Bob Verdoorn andMlss Sally Meyer of Des Motnes spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Bob's parents, the Bill Verdoorns. Mr. Lloyd Grotenhuls, ac- •companled by his daughter" Pamela, sang a solo at we 1st Reformed church In Slay ton Sunday evening. Afterward the family were guests at the Andy Reitsma home near Slayton. Mf> and Mi's, Jlrn Bolltiyt .Mr, and Mr s . , and daughter Rather m arriv- sehaar a «d family ed home last Thursday, after f. venln & euests i n spending three years in the Mr. andI Mrs. i Peace Corps in Africa, ma of Sheldon. THIS NEWSPAPEI Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol were Thursday evening guests in the Junior Den Hartog home in Hospers after church services. Miss Sherry Vander Zwaag was 7 years old Thursday and 3 of her classmates, Heralyn Aberson, Joy Wiersma and Cara Vander Pol came to help her celebrate the remainder of the afternoon. Mrs. Vander Zwaag gave the girls supper and then brought them to their respective homes. Mr. Lloyd Grotenhuis, accompanied by his daughter, Pamela, sang a solo at the 1st Reformed church in Slayton Sunday evening. Afterward the family were guests at the Andy Reitsma home near Slayton. Mrs, Henry Schuller accompanied Mrs. Stewart De Groot of Alton to the Gerald Den Herder home near Hull Saturday evening where they attended a shower for Miss Jane Doornwaard, formerly of Sioux Center. She and Jerry Den Herder will be married on February 26 and will make their home in Ames, Miss Ila Hofmeyer of St. Ansgar spent the weekend at the parental Peter W. Hofmeyer home. Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Vander Pol home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Todd and Heather of Sioux City, Mrs. RobertMouw and Gina, and Mr.ConleyVan Heuvelen. Sunday evening after church guests at the Peter Van Kley home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Kleinhessellnk, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Schneider and John, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Hofmeyer, Peggy and Billy, Mrs. Will Hofmeyer of Hospers, the Reverend and Mrs. John M. Smith, and Beth of Baileyville, 111., Miss Diane Bruyn of Hospers, Mr. Lowell Van Zyl, Mr. Arnle Keunen and Mr. Tom Smith. low! Hem Evening guests at the Gerald Vander Zwaag home to help Sherry celebrate her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Vander Zwaag of rural Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blom, ST., Miss Debbie Harmelink of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Blom and Craig. Mrs. M. G. Jacobsen of Arlington, Minn, fell last Monday and broke her arm and a ; couple ribs. She is the former "Cathrine De Graaf. Anyon§ desiring to send cards may 'address them-to Good Samaritan Center, Arlington, Minn. Mrs. Gerrit Tesselink and son, Scott, from Topeka, Kansas spent last week visiting with her mother, Mrs. Van Corler, at the Heritage Home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peters from Minneapolis were supper guests on Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Cornelius Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprik and family from Worthlngton were Saturday afternoon callers In the home of Mrs. Albert Sprik.i.-.;;." -.•:• ..•••; ,:.,: TAKEN IN UVIHG COLOR PICTURE OF LOCAl CHILDRE! (RURAL INCLUDED) N 0 OBUGATK PICTURES TAKEN IN FULL CO «*V Help M make this a food Futon,j *** your children to thi place and it ty given below. ik A Profottional Child's photojn >3Twlll tok« teverol poict In C0l(| Pleat* dr«»s your children to toki Ft ADVANTAGE of COLOR Pholojuph,,] NOTE: The picture of your children will i BLACK and WHITE in this Newspaper ' You may ORDER COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS from tfi* repre«ento- tive - but this it entirely up to youl 'TAKEN IN TRUE .COLOR, HERE IS THE TIME AND THE PLACE The Village Hotel Sat., Febr. 19 -- 10:00 a.m. to 7 p.m, Phone Mrs. Robert Schelllng for appointment—737- SEE NEWS STORY FOR ADDITIONAL DETAIl I've always had a secret desire to be decorated by fny country—but lean'tforthe life of me imagine what for! ~ ,..,!..,, .,., AUTHORIZED OEAIEBS < 4— THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 10, HUMIDIFIER adds needed moisture to dry, heated air. 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Orange City Phone 737-4807 " ° d DuSler; S °' we d0n '< ^ *&' OUr " Pan f °> Gold" Contest. WIN A GOLD DUSTER AND STOCK IN A GOLD M/NE PAA We want to be the kind of Dcalei SINKEY GARAGE I re ton, Iowa 3 ^** 1 *^^

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