The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 24, 1972 · Page 2
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1972
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+ HERITAGE HOUSE 0range City, Ipwa *+++++* NEWS < Mr. Drosts visitors for the week Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Vande Berg and 2 children from Wakonda, la., Mr. and Mrs. Rick Van Zee from Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Feen- str'a. Mrs. Anne Vortheems from Alton visited Mrs. Mary Hentges on Sun, her adopted grandaughter and several other young people also visited her there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Engen from Ireton called on Mr. Fred Van Schepen on Sat, The Carmel mens quartet had charge of the service on Sun. p.m. those participating were Mr. Gerald Van Roekel, Mr. Henry Langstraat, Mr. Bill Rlphagen and Mr. Warren Valentine, Mrs. Kenneth Sandbulte was the pl- anst. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houlton and Mrs.CharlesSkogman and 3 children from Ireton visited Mrs. Frieda Hill on Sunday. Mr. Emll Vander Ham from Sioux City called on Mr. Fred Vander Ham on Tues. Several friends and relatives came to help Miss Alice Blom celebrate her birthday on Monday p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Case Sloth- hauber from Boyden and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bosman from Sheldon visited Mrs. Albert Slothhauber on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kool from Sioux City called on Mr. Evert Roelfson. Miss Gertrude Mouw observed her 90th birthday on Friday. A few relatives and friends came to spend the p.m. with her. Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Van Wechel and daughter from Vlnton, Iowa visited her mother Mrs. Lizzie Neuensch- ••vander on Saturday. Mrs. Gertrude Slerrtonsma observed her 84th birthday on Sat. Her children Mr. and Mrs. L. Siemonsma from Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Siemonsma from Alton visited her Sat. evening. Mfe. John De Boer also visited her. Mr. Martin Van Peursem observed his 94th birthday on Mon. His children Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Van Peur- sem and Mrs, NeMa Salie and daughter from Woodstock, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spark and daughter Jean came Sat. to help him celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oldenkamp from Boyden visited Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp on Tues. p.m. On Thursday evening she attended a belated birthday party at the Gerrit J. Relnders home with several other cousins also being present. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lane from Storm Lake called on Miss Tena Koster on Mon. a.m. Mrs, Frances Talsma from Sioux City called on her Aunt Miss Ann De Lint, then they both called on Mrs. Andrew Sorgdrager on Mon. p.m. Miss Florence Fox became a resident on Tuesday. Mr. Rinv Onken from Ireton and Mr. Wayne Onken from Garden City, Nebr. called Geo. Twillman on Tuesday a.m. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. John Brouwer, Feb. 15; John Uit De Flesch, Feb. 15; Herman Oolman, Feb. 18; Brent De Haan, Feb. 20 HULL Marie De Jong, Feb. 15 MAURICE John Holtdorf, Feb. 16; Mrs. Fred Jahn, Feb. 21 ALTON Mario Hansen, Feb. 17 LE MARS Mrs. Merlyn OUmanns, Feb. 19 DISMISSALS MERRILL Barbara Eye, Feb. 15 GRANV1LLE Mrs. Al Schwarz, Feb. 15; Kenneth Budden, Feb. 17; Peter Gaul, Feb. 20 LE MARS Mrs. Willie Olson, Feb. 16; Mrs. Merlyn Oltmanns, Feb. 21 ORANGE CITY Sam Faber, Feb. 17; Mrs. Jake Mars, Feb. 21 ALTON Mario Hanse, Feb. 18; Mrs. Robert Alesch and son, Feb. 19; Mrs. Larry Bloemendaal and daughter, Feb. 21 OYENS Mrs. Lawrence Hanno and daughter, Feb. 18 REMSEN Mrs. Jerry Treinen and daughter, Feb. 20 HULL Mrs. Gerald Rens and daughter, Feb. 20 Guests of Mrs. Jacob B'org- man on Sunday afternoon in honor of her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Luchtenburg of Ashton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borgman of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur M^erdlnk of Sioux Center and Ml and Mrs. Orval Clauss and son of Onawa. Visitors in the home of Mr. anp Mrs. Gary Mars at Hull on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Plender and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Fedders and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Noteboom and family and Mrs. Marlene Van Roekel and family. Democrats (Continued from page 1) tion. The County Statutory delegates will submit proposals for Inclusion in the Party's State Platform. The County Conventions will follow the same process first iniated by Democrats at the Party's January caucuses, wherin candidate preference groups form and elect delegates based upon the group's strength of numbers. All Iowa Democratic Conventions will use the new proportional delegate selection system, commonly called the reform system, all the way through the State Conventions. County Central Committee members will elect a County Chairperson and Vice Chairperson for a two year term immediately following the County Presidential and Statutory Conventions, Chairman Stegemann announced, Iowa Democrats will hold District Presidential and Statutory Conventions on March 25th in the six Congressional Districts. Statewide Party Conventions are scheduled April 22nd for statutory delegates in Ames, and on May 20th for presidential delegates in Dos Moines. Iowa Democrats will be represented by 56 delegates at the Party's July 10th National Convention at Miami Beach. Lu Ann Popken engaged to Larry De Haan Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Popken, Le Mars, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Lu Ann, to Larry De Haan, of Orange City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace De Haan. Lu Ann is a student at Westmar College, and her fiance is employed at Vogel's Paint Co. Orange City. No wedding date has been set. Mary Koehlmoos engaged to Keith De Jager Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koehlmoos of Paulllna are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary to Keith De Jager, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul De Jager of Maurice. Mary is a graduate of Paul- Una and is now employed as a nurses' aid at the Sheldon Hospital. Keith is a graduate of Maurice-Orange City and is now employed at Needham Packing Company in Sioux City. A June wedding is being planned. February 21 to 26 Future Farmers of America Week We proudly salute our farm youth... Learning to do ... doing to learn . . . earning to live . living to serve." With this as their motto, the Future Farmers of America work for progress and a brighter tomorrow, through the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation and citizenship. TO these young men of high purpose and outstanding achievement, we extend our hearty thanks and proud congratulations, durine National FFA Week, February 21 to 26, Northwest Implement ORANGE CITY northwestern State Sank ORANGE CITY Da Mar Implement ORANGE CITY Case Implement ALTON federafiand Sank Assoc, SHELDON 2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 24, X972 Kay De Vos engaged to Bruce Jellema Mr. and Mrs. Invin De Vos of Sioux Center announce the engagement of their daughter, Kay, to Bruce Jellema, son of Mr. and Mrs. Onno Jellema of Alton. Kay is a senior at Sioux Center Community School and Bruce is employed at the swimming pool In Sioux Center. A June wedding is being planned. Birthday party for Mrs, D. Haarsma A birthday party was hosted by Mrs. Bob De Haan at her home for Mrs. Dor* Haarsma on Sat. afternoon Feb. 12. ' Her blrthdate Is Feb. 14. Those present were the following: Mrs. Gert Brink, Mrs. Battle Vande Brake, Mrs. Nell De Haan, Mrs. ArtaVanGorp, Mrs. Kate Noteboom, Mrs. Dora smlts, Mrs. M. J. Van Wyk. Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog Mrs, Ike Van Klompenberg, Mrs. Ring De Jager, Mrs. Arle Boone, Mrs. Mary Haarsma, Mrs. Pete Bonthuls, Mrs. Anna De Jager and Mrs. Harold McGllvra, both from Maurice, Mrs. Johanna Rutsch from Sioux Center, • Mrs. Ray Van Pelt, Mrs. Keith De Haan and daughter Sandy. Mrs. Arle Vander Stoep, Mrs. Elizabeth Hop and Mrs. Dora Heemstra were unable to attend. Local SPECIAL NOTICES Auditions for "Fiddler on the Roof" will be held beginning Friday, February 25. Auditions must be completed by ' Friday, March 3. Rehearsals will begin the week of March 6. Anyone interested In auditioning for a part in this popular show should contact Mr. Keith Allen to arrange for an audition. In addition to the principal roles, a rather large chorus is needed. The Orange City Assembly of God Church will have a special service, Sunday, Feb. 27, 7:30 P.M. The Women's Missionary Council of the church will have charge of the service and program of the evening. The Assemblies of God are a strong missionary church with presently over 1100 missionaries on foreign fields. im\ Mr. and Mrs. John Jansen were honored with a House Warming Party Tues. night. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Huygens, Mrs. Martha Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Mantel, Mr, and Mrs. Mario Hanson, Tom Kleler, John Angus and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vander Meulen, A lovely gift was received and luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Oordt from Le Mars were guests on Sunday In the Richard Oordt home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nib- bellnk and sons from Eagerton , Minnesota visited on sun- day afternoon In the home of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Nib- betink. Saturday evening guests in the Ray Van Pelt home were Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Van Wechel and Ruth from Vln- ton, Iowa. They also visited with her mother at the Heritage House and her sister in the hospital. Guests in the Alvin G. Nibbelink home on Sunday afternoon to help their son, Jamie celebrate his 1st birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Nlbbel- ink and Marcia and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kooima and family from Rock Valley. Miss Peggy Mouw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mouw, spent the weekend visitingwlth her parents. Peggy is a student at Iowa State University at Ames. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Barry Meylink from Omaha, spent the weekend visiting in the Steve Kroeze and Willis Meylink homes. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Relnders on Sunday evening In honor of Mr. Reinder's T7th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Art Kleinhess- link from Alton, Mr. and Mrs. John Post and Mrs. Henry Visser. Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel will be entertaining at a dinner in their home on Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Andrew Vogel. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel, Mr. and Mrs, Maynard Stephenson and family from Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haack from Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vogel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vogel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vogel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roghair and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vogel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. JohnVogel and family will be unable to attend being away on a business trip. Mr, and Mrs. Melvln Obblnk from Hftwarden have purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander Wei at 115 Colorado Avenue, N, W. The household sale of the Vander Wei's will be Satur* day. Mrs, Ruby Pierce will leave Febr. 27th for Southern California spending two weeks' at the Wm. De Kraal family in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Van Roekel from Maurice were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Raak. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Vellinga and sons from State Center, Iowa were weekend guests in the Ed Schruer home. They had come especially for the 60th anniversary of his par- e'nts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vellinga. Jim Rowenhorst attended a retreat in Sioux Falls this past weekend sponsored by Campus Crusade. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kleln- hesslink and Mrs. Elizabeth Raak attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maassen at Sheldon last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt from Maurice were callers on Saturday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Roekel, Dr. and Mrs. K. D. Rens and daughter Trade from Milford were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Rens. Guests in the Rod Vander Grlend home on Sunday evening in honor of their son, Randy's ,7th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Jake B. Vander Griend, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte and Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hulstein from Carmel were after church coffee guests on Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. John Wiersema. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vanden Berg visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Kastien at Hospers on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst, Mrs. Clarice Fllkkema and Mr. and Mrs. Arle Vander Stoep were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arle Koole at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs R a . H i derson and family JJ ca, Nebr, Wer e S ;N guests in the home Bessie Vande B tlonal afternoon the Louis Wiei eil the Marlon Vande ] lly, Bill Vande Brawl family and Kvonn* Bergt from Hull. Alice and Joyce MO, ents at Westrnar and. College, will bo ' eV S nl ", g ln tho' ,, umc . and Mrs. George'' * Mr. and Mrs. sta n | and family f rom w 'were Monday a fte rn ' 1 lers in the homes Albert Sprlk and Mr a, John Walburg. Mr. and Mrs. New,, endorp from i, 0 Ma •' Sunday afternoon ro the home of M r , a Charles Sterronburg. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J erman visted with her ther, Mrs. Ralpi, Van at the Rock Rapids on Wednesday evening Vande Berg, a resident' Good Samaritan Ho George broke her hi pj now hospitalized. Dr. S. Scorn will J tending a Seminary {, Meeting in Chicago nexlii The purpose of the will be for the seieciil a President for the Sen les. Mr. and Mrs. Peterzj erman last weekend the Laary Zwagermanij in Ames. They also the Iowa State-Kansasb ball game. Mrs. Otto Van RoekeJ turned home on Febr. H(f the Le Mars Hospital t she underwent surgery removal of a portion oil stomach. She Is n<wit| peratlng very nlcelj her home. Mr. and Mrs, August] Boer from Alton were S afternoon callers In thek of Mrs. Lou Wlelenga, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrilil Klompenberg left on Wed,] Texas where they will < an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence!] Berkum and Carol from ?J Valley were Sunday atten visitors in the Alvin Van! kum home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Van Roekel from Manson, Iowa visited in the home of Mrs. Jeanette Van Stryland on Sat. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bogaard were Sunday evening coffee guests in the Henry Van Zandschulp home, Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog and Mr. and'Mrs. Peter De Zeeuw from Sheldon attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Bras in Sibley Wednesday afternoon. -, =,;/ t<l NOW! the vinyl cano t ' 9m ',: PAA Kr ra ^"- •«"•• SIN KEY GARAGE i ow a

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