The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 17, 1972 · Page 2
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February 17, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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A "Book Fair" was held in the 3rd grade at M-OC last •me Craig Pennings, Dan Mortensen and Jane Luhrs pose with-the books they had made. Record DFFDS FILED H. n. Schwiesow & wf to i-i !•:. McKee & wf Pt Ls & J, nik 10, Stickle's 1st Mr) !<> Clpe SI. in'in Visser & wf to Visser "•I t Produce, Inc., Hull •<\V. NE.|- 35-97-45, Hull' '.''ill rrt Winterfeld & wf to M"'!i P:unann Pt L4G,Roor- I'in, RV ?1. PMV Kpf'hn & wf to Ray "•>-.'! '<.• wf \\'\ Ls 7, 8 & 9, '• I 1 "-, '.iiies 1st Addn, Hwdn pot,->r \v, Rons etal toRich- • i '".;. Hodgson & wf L 3, ': 3, ^rhoep's Addn, N Soo Jni-ry' Lee VlothO & Wf to 'i' Vlnfho Farms, Inc.SW| .0-1-4'; SI. ','.'illi:! r r, Allen, sgl to Donald »• T!:OI- ,5- wf L 4, Blk 22, !•,! Aridri. Alton SI. '"iHKh? Allen etal to Don,< V'.,-, r p-pr &• wf L 4, Blk , ! irst Addn, Alton $1. K'hr Vander Sanden, Extrto u'ii-~ Van Veldhuizen Pt Ls !. 10 in K. L. Seliger's ! U & Sur of pt OL 3, lyg <>' Warren Ave, RV $4000. John Wlssink & wf to Tunis -i! Vpldhuizen Pt Ls 9 & 10, , ' . SP liter's Plat & Sur of ' '"'I 3, lyg N of Warren '.•-•. I'V SI. ••. ••.vrr.-Mi I . Cleveririga & wf ; i-'inyd Davelaar & wf Pt Ls < *• 20 in Aud Subd & Plat ::\v! NW. 1 , 28-97-46, RV$1. \FW CASES FILED Piobatp 9979 Magdalena •'infers, deceased (Trans) I'roKitp 9980 Winnie Kuip- . -i..rn:i s m! (Trans) | >:.'iato 9981 Nellie Bone- i.Tir, i Northern Propane r '\ vs Bill Boomgaarden NEW AUTOS i ni«n Harold Kleinwolter- , -.lions- Center, Chevrolet. i>'v. iiichard Hodgson, "in: renter, Ford. •'•'i!'" t Jansma, Hull, Chev!•'*. ; 'CM nin.ri Van Holland, Rock 'MOV, Porr.1. : '•! .1. vnnnoer, Sioux Cen- , ' nr.l. '••noM Gene De Ruyter, '••!; Valley, Chevrolet. u-lin prittebaum, Hospers, '•.-•vi-olfit. l'nw;u''l Oninner, Hawar- Violet V. Heeren, Hawarden, Plymouth. Roger W. Sinkey, Ireton, Chevrolet. Lester D. Van Buskirk.Sr., Hawarden, Chevrolet. Paul Lubbers, Orange City, Chevrolet. Gershom D. Van Roekel, Hull, Chevrolet. Elmer Edwin Renken,Ireton, Pontiac. Mrs. Sam Van Abbema, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Irene Schnurr, Hospers, Volkswagen. Walter Westergard, Hawarden, Bulck. Banner Beef Co, Hospers, Ford. Leroy Rhode, Boyden, Oldsmobile. Sinkey Garage, Ireton, Chrysler. Peter L. Mieras, Orange City, Plymouth. NEW TRUCKS Northwest Surge, Hull, Chevrolet. Farmers Coop Soc. Sioux Center, Ford. Theodore Doorenbos, Boyden, Ford. Peter I. Noteboom, Orange City, International. James W. Spradling, Orange City, Ford. Maro Mike Plathe, Granville, Chevrolet. Van Iperen Feed & Grain, Hospers, Datsun. Edward L. Lubbers, Orange City, Chevrolet. District court Silak Inc. has received Judgment by Default against John E. Kuyper, also known as John E. Kuiper, in the amount of $3,161.70 with interest at 5% from Jan. 1, 1967 and for Court Costs. Wegman & Co. have received Judgment against Norm Bruget d/b/a Bruget Plumbing & Heating, in the amount of $1,448.07 together with interest from August 1, 1971 at 6% and costs. Pleasant Acres Nursing Home Inc. has received Judgment against Jennie Kleinwol- terink and Marvin John Klein- wolterink as Conservator of Jennie Kleinwolterink in the amount of $6,461.50 and costs of this action. Northern Propane Gas Co, has filed suit against Bill Boomgaarden asking that a Writ of Replevin be issued against Boomgaarden and that ! the 500 gallon tank and meter that he is holding be returned—and if it cannot be found, that plaintiff receive judgment for tank and meter c&nd costs of this action. By transcript from the Court of John Vermeer, Justice of the Peace, Orville A. Miller of Beresford, So. Dak. was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants. Defendant waived preliminary hearing and bond was set at $350.00 and he was bound over to the District Court. Farmers Mutual Coop Assn. filed suit against Melvin Schultz on an open account in the amount of $2,824.95. Plaintiff asks for judgment in said amount, plus interest and costs of this action. Transcript from Lyon County has been filed in the Estate of Winnie Kiuper. Final reports ha.ve been filed in the Estates of George M. Schneider and Joseph A. Neuroth and they are now closed. School news (Continued from page I) your outstanding achievement during the remainder of your studies and we have every confidence in your doing the same in college. Probably at no time in history has there been greater need or greater opportunity for young men and women with high-ability. , "New freshman entering Iowa State with superior records are recognized for their high academic achievements. We are pleased to honor you by admitting you "With Recognition." Your record at Iowa State will carry this notation. A certificate has been sent to the Principal of your high school for presentation to you". "We are pleased that you have chosen Iowa State and we welcome you to our university." ST. ANTHONY ST. MARY JAYS TOPPLE CELTICS The eighth grade team lost to Gehlen in a 36-51 dual last Thursday. Going to the boards were John Streff with 12 points, making him the leading scorer. Dave Berding followed him with 9 points, George Friedmann - 7 points, Mike Herrig 7 points, Steve Auchstetter - 2 points, arid Mark Klein - 1 point. Halftime score was 15-22. CELTICS DOWN JAYS With another game over, the 7ti) grade have again naU0d their opponent, this time In a 56-20 victory. Half-time score was 34-*?. Having a 1 better night of the season,; Roger Dykstra put In 14 points and also used his height t6 good advantage as you can see in the score. Kevin Hatting, Jerry Plagge had 10 and 8 points respectively. Tim Mousel, Dave Schmlt, Rickey Homan each put in 6 points, Doug Schmlt 4 points, and Steve Dykstra 2 points. CARDS NUDGE CELTICS As the eighth grade went into action Sunday afternoon, they were again beaten in a. 27-31 loss at the hands of Granvllle, St. Joseph's. Granville beat -Celtics in a preliminary game with a score of 23-36, Haft-time score was 16-5 in favor of the Celtics.. With the 3rd and 4th quarters, the Celtics got cold and let the Cards catch up. High scorer of the game was Ronny Kreber who tallied 14 for the Cards. John Streff was high point man for the Celtics with 9 points. Other scorers were Mob Dehner and Mike Herrig with 6 points apiece, Dave Berding with 4 points, and George Freidmann with. 2 points. Their record is now 1-7. CELTICS NAIL CARDINALS The Celtics beat the Cardinals in a 32-19 dual on Sunday. Half time score was 10-7. Going to the boards were Kevin Hatting with 12 big points,: Tim Mousel and Roger Dykstra with 5 points apiece, and Jim Henrich 2 points. The ' team record is now 7-1. Reporter: Dan Vortherms (8) tornx A low! Mrs. Elmer Wiersema is continuing to improve at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. Anyone wishing to send her a card or letter could sent it to 6th Floor, Room 208, St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wurpts and family from Ellsworth, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wurpts from Slayton, Minnesota were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wurpts and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Ekdom and family from Edgerton were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mrs. John Ekdom. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Moret from Superior, Nebraska were weekend guests in the Herman J. Moret home. More than deficits, Interest rates and monetary supply worry the chief of the nation s central bank. "If only life would quiet down for a while," economics moves might work better, Arthur F. Burns declared at a recent congressional hearing in Washington, D.C. Burns, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, digressed from testimony before a congressionalJolnt Economic Committee hearing on weighty economic Issues to make these observations! "I think that something has happened to the American people, something has happened to our system of responses, to both consumers and i business people. "They are not reacting to classical remedies the way they did because they are living in a disturbed world and they themselves are disturbed and are, to a large degree, confused. "These have been very troubled times and they have left their mark on the psychology of people, on the thlnk- Semester honor roll students of F-V Seniors: Tom Becker, David Craig, Larry Goedhart, Mark Greving, David Harmelink, Sharon Harmelink, Robert Hoffman, Sharon Hofmeyer, Steve Hofmeyer, Judy Jasper, Emily Kroon, Mary Maze, Alan Mulder, Nancy Oldenkamp, Audrey Roetman, Juan - ita Van Es, Mark Van Gelder, Bob Van Gelder, Nancy Van Gorp, Mark Van Roekel, Barb VVander Maten, Kathy Vander ~Ploeg, Janice Von Arb, Jo Ann Willett and Marv Schipper. Juniors: Doug Becker, Helen Boersma, Lea Braun, Carla Brink, Kim Frledrich- sen, Bonnie Goslinga, Dan Harmelink, Debbie Heynen, Rita Hofmeyer, Gary Karssen, Coralie Kleinhesselink, Nolan Palsma, Keith Roghair, Charlene Schwebach, Marv Thole, Fonda Van Es, Lila Van Es, Larry Van't Hof and Lynn Von Arb. Sophomores: Mirianne Berkenpas, Nita Bloemendaal, Noreen Haack, Chuck Huygens, LeAnn Keunen, Melinda Kraal, BarbMin- ten, Helen Van Es, Linda Vander Maten, Rachel Vander Ploeg, Paul Van Roekel and Randy Van Roekel. Freshmen: Carpline Boender, Don Boersma, Barb Hanson, June | "Hofmeyer, Linda Huisman, : ; Adri Huygens, Laura Katt, Virgil Kleinhesselink, Kathy Kramer, Mark Lyftogt, Diane Moss, LuAnn Rensink, Karen Roetman, Bonnie Schreur, Lorranie Schwebach, Rich Van Klompenburg, Linda Van Roekel, Mary Van Zandbergen, Debbie Vande Berg and Joan Von Arb. Ing of people, and that inevitably spills over Into the economic realm. "We have had a very long and most unhappy war which has divided this country and confused the people. , "Not very long ago we had riots In .the streets and riots in the colleges, And now we have the busing of school children and we have all sorts of tax changes. . , . "Now we have youngsters who are going to vote and now women are also marching In the streets. "If only life would quiet down for a while. "If only both the administration and Congress became just a little less active In pushing new reforms for a while. If some of my academic colleagues would just keep quiet for a while. "I think this country might absorb a little better all of these tumultuous changes around us and we might find that old-fashioned economic policies are'working better THIS NEWSPAPER ':•'. i»ii' x e Ter Horst, Ire- 1 : , !')', mouth. I 1 -'"!• \;m Der Waal, Orange •' ' !i 'lsinohile. "' "> Ki'llh Te Grotenhuis, MX i - nfer, Clievrolet. 'i . Gf-rtie Lammers, ' '''Ion, Chevrolet. l-.'i'i Xoiiier, Sioux Center, -i : i old. Mroii }'•:. Timmer, Rock . ' lir- . . r'liovrolet. •> ic A. nomtpiars, Orange >M , i 'licvnilet. I't-'t !.. Driesen, Rock 1 'lie , I- ord. 1 '!,; v'o;i I-.. Turner, Orange NOTICE The Courthouse will be closed Mon., Feb. 21 in observance of Washington's birthday. Drivers' be issued. licenses will not PICTURES OF LOCAL (RURAL INCLUDED) HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa *****] NE1 *****] Officers elected for Community Chest " The following officers for the Community Chest were elected on February 7, Gerard Mulder, president; Bid Hasselo, vice-president; Lois Visser, secretary; Lois De Haan, was re-elected treasurer. Help Wanted Couples in Dutch costumes to work in Tulip Festival booths at Sports Shows in Kansas City Feb. 26 thru March 5 and in Omaha Feb. 29 thru March 5. Please contact: Don Schreur for Kansas City Mert Vander Broek for Omaha Mr. and Mrs. ArHffrown and Marie Eulberg, Mrs. John Schmitt'Ida Brunsman and Corniella Schnee from Alton, visited Mrs. Mary Hentges, Miss Rita Schnee and Miss Sadie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rle- mersma called on Lyda Noteboom, Mrs. John Van Zanten from Alton, Mrs. Jennie and Henrietta Kamstra from Hospers called on Evert Roelfson the past week. Lizzie Neuenschwanders visitors for the week were 'Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassldy, Lizzie Folkey and Mrs. Carl Kohler and Mr. and Mrs. Mohning all from Remsen. Mr. Leroy Lee from the Evangel Corp. had charge of the Service Sun. p.m. Mrs. Lee was the pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Roden- burgh and Mrs. Rodenburgh from Sioux Center called on Mr. Howard Jelgerhuis on Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Geo J from Ireton visitedM I da Hill and Mr. an/ Andy Mars fromirelal Mr. and Mrs. John," Dorothy Borchers: Jasper from Ireton Mr. Fred Vander i Thursday p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Grlend from Hawarden on their Aunt, Mrs. EH. de Grlend on Mon. ' 'A group of \v orMh i tertalned on Tues. P |ll playing games and * share program. The 4 In charge were Mrs I thena Vander Laaii » Roy Blaylock and Mrs] Van Gorp. NW student s ri Van Ort accon' several ladies on her,, Mrs. Bill Van Gorp \vasj ano. Mrs. Ordean Sa from Dawson, Minn her mother Mrs. Jessi enkamp on Sun. Mrs. Elsie De Jongvlsj Irs. Siemonsma on 1 also visited Mrs. John's! wer. Mrs. John Ruisch from Sioux Center spent from Friday to Monday evening visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Dick Haarsma. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beige and daughter from Sioux City were Sunday dinner guests in the Richard Oordt home. Mr. Beige and Stan Oordt were Army buddies. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Rensink from Sioux Center were Friday afternoon callers in the Peter Ravestein, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boone have returned home after a four weeks vacation trip to Arizona and California. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Korver from Alton were Sunday evening after church 'guests 1 ' in the Ben Vanden Berghome. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY,IO»J AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux Co and the official paper for the City of Orange ( 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. 12 - "February 17,191 iiiiimimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu N0 "PICTURES TAKEN IN PULL COLOR Help us make this • iood Fwtura — tike your children to the place and at the time given below, A Professional Child's photographer will tak* several poses in COLOR. Please dress your children lo take FULL ADVANTAGE of COLOR Photography. NOTE: The picture of your children will RUN IN BLACK and WHITE in this Newspaper. You may ORDfcR COLOR LIVING COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS from th* rrpr«f«ntcf tlv* - but thi» •ntirvly up tP you) TAKEN IN TRUE COLOR At Northwestern State Bant YOU CAN COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEFORE THEY'RE HATCHED . . . I the door to a bright future with an interest-! „ bavings Account here, and watch your nionef more for you. Save ahead and count on cash to i b Tlnflnnlal nnn,4~. T-J. ... .,-, where .you'll sir PS , vvhenev < 5 / 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 The Village Hotel Sat., Febr. 19 -- 10:00 a.m. to 7 p.m, Phone Mrs. Robert Schelling for appointment—737-443g SEE NEWS STORY FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS Northwestern State Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK id—TUt: SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 17, 1972 Member •- * - — MV^VW HTvuiu'i'v i :j%.tfi L JU_i.

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