The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 24, 1972 · Page 8
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February 24, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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County legal S (Continued from preceding page) Bonds and Interest 139,996 Sioux Center Community School District General Fund 585,729 Bonds and Interest 81,180 School House Site 16,166 Maurice Orange City School District General Fund 653,278 Bonds and Interest 105,028 West Sioux Community School District General Fund 693,664 Bonds and Interest 69,561 Boyden Hull Community School District General Fund 487,843 Bonds and Interest 44,877 George Community School District General Fund 396,469 Bonds and Interest 37,712 West Lyon Community School District General Fund 612,847 Bonds and Interest 86,308 Sheldon Community School District General Fund 869,719 Bonds and Interest 142,805 School House Voted 62,492 Remsen Union Community School District General Fund 516.870 Bonds and Interest 48,651 ALTON General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Debt Service TOTALS Corporation Road 1.160 BOYDEN General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Debt Service TOTALS CHATSWORTH General Street Public Safety Sanitation Utilities TOTALS GRANV1LLE General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Utilities Debt Service Trust and Agency TOTALS Corp Road 1,250 HAWARDEN General Street Public Safety- Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Debt Service Trust ami Agency TOTALS Corp. Road 1.250 HOSPERS General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Debt Service Trust and Agency TOTALS Corp. Road 1,250 HULL General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Emergency Debt Service Trust and Agency Land Fill TOTALS Corp. Road .800 IRETON General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Emergency Debt Service Trust and Agency Tort Liability TOTALS Corp. Road 1.140 . MATLOCK General Street Utilities TOTALS MAURICE General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Utilities TOTALS ORANGE CITY General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Debt Ser.ice Trust and Agency TOTALS 749 1835 6460 10336 3876 2584 7752 3876 3480 514 4186 3900 2300 4900 5700 3500 3600 6700 300 1875 50 185 150 305 2663 2544 2968 1272 848 2120 8904 848 1056 5144 10850 24800 9300 27130 12400 5440 388 329 1902 5158 7579 7018 2721 10000 1263 490 15568 6427 15600 10000 1385 14843 2145 14648 2180 535 73 4842 4915 2800 1404 702 1404 4914 702 18425 702 351 1721 50 894 22 1378 1665 950 1039 400 1555 2166 12006 17478 34014 13557 29759 19744 12991 59894 5905 9,866 41.877 33.107 3.049 1.000 37,156 42,794 6.880 49.674 41.095 4.121 45.216 32.014 2.945 34.959 35.208 3.349 38.557 31.358 4.416 35.774 33.137 5.441 2.381 40.959 30.353 2.857 33.210 1.310 4.610 7.376 2.766 1.844 5.532 2.766 2.483 28.687 3.352 3.123 2.323 3.924 4.565 2.803 2.883 5.365 28.338 3.500 21.880 .590 2.160 1.750 29.880 5.666 5.413 6.315 2.707 1.805 4.511 18.940 1.805 47.162 1.446 3.050 6.972 2.615 7.627 3.486 1.529 .109 26.834 1.831 4.966 7.297 6.756 2.620 9.627 1.216 34.313 6.481 2.675 6.494 4.163 .576 6.179 .893 6.098 .908 .223 34.690 6.153 6.246 3.558 1.784 .892 1.784 6.244 .892 23,410 .892 .446 52.301 9.480 .280 4.920 14,680 5.074 6.132 3.500 3.830 1.474 5,730 25.740 2.116 3,081 5.995 2.389 5.245 3.480 2.290 10,556 1.041 36.193 Mrs. Richard Groenhoutw« honored at a birthday coffee party on Friday morning In the Ron Van't Hof home. Those attending were Mrs. Andy Jur.- riaans, Mrs. Dave Klels, Mrs. Harold Van Weltering, Mrs. Pete Moss, Mrs, Don Raak, Mrs. Ray Dlekevers,andMrs. Robert Offerdahl and Mrs. Ron Van't Hof. Mrs. Groenhout observed her birthday Sunday, February 20. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Raak and baby of Redwood Falls, Minn., were callers Saturday at the parental Don Raak home. Mr. Floyd Blom was a Sunday dinner guest at the Norm Klynsma home. Mr. and Mrs, Arle Keekers attended the funeral Thurs. afternoon 4t the Ftfst Reformed Church of Sheldon for Mr. John Van Beek who passed away on sat., Feo« iz. Mrs. Al Schwarta, Sr.,went to the Bernard Schwartz home in Sheldon for an Indefinite time on Sunday. A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin with Mr. and Mrs. Herm Vander Maten and Michael of Kanawha, la., Mr. and Mrs. DOn AdW'is and Scott of Newtdrk, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul AdWns and Chris from Orange City. The family received a telephone call that noon from Mr. and Mrs. Jed Nibbellnk and Wendy of Lancaster, CaL Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema were supper guests Frl. evening of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poppema of Sheldon, ROCK VALLEY General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities Debt Service TOTALS Corporation Road 1.250 SIOUX CENTER General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprise Recreation Debt Service Trust and Agency TOTALS Corporation Road 1.100 1287 8713 14000 24000 10000 7000 8000 12000 24125 1768 12480 28073 38276 20562 17000 18200 7560 13140 2.579 4.144 7.103 2.960 2,071 2.368 3.552 7.140 31.917 2.489 5.599 7.634 4,101 3.391 3.630 1.508 2.621 30.973 A tax Is hereby levies of one dollar upon each male and spayed female dog and three dollars for each female dog. We the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, Iowa have this day adopted the foregoing levies for the year 1971 for taxes payable In 1972 for the various taxing districts In Sioux County, Iowa. Done at Orange City, Iowa this 22nd day of December, 1971. G. J. Brands, Chairman Alden Walraven Henry J. Wisslnk Clarence Jonker Bernard L. Smith MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF SIOUX COUNTY, IOWA. ACTION BY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. On motion and vote the Board adjourned to December 28th, 1971. Sunday afternoon »nd supper «MU of Mr. Wenzel Oruber were Mrs. Anne Stelnwch and Wayne, and Mrs. Viola Lund, all of Danbury, I».r * n r, t !!r' and Mrs. Art Pluim of Alton. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spike Van zee were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stanley. Additional Sunday noon dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Van Zee and Shelly of Orange City,andMr. and Mrs. Arlln Vander Wilt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp and family were visitors Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dofrman Koel and family In Rock Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bosma and family were callers Sunday afternoon In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence De Vrles of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dykstra and Carol of Blgelow, Minn., were Sat. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamfers. A neighborhood coffee party was held Tues., Feb. 15 In the home of Mrs. Arlyn Vanden Brink with the lunch furnished by Mrs. Mildred Rlem- ersma with the .Valentine's theme carried out. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Reuter and Steve, Mrs.JoeVerschoorand Ann, Mrs. Marie Houtsma, Mrs. Art Vanden Brink, and Marie Jongma. Mrs. Marion Posthumus of Spencer spent Friday In the home of her mother, Mrs. Edith Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vanden Berg of Orange City visited Saturday at the Gerhard Kas- teln home after attending the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Horton Jacobsma. Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor Gerrlt J. Brands, Chairman On motion and vote the Board adjourned to December 28th, 1971. Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor Gerrlt J. Brands, Chairman December 28th, 1971 The Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, Iowa met pursuant to adjournment at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Chairman Gerrit J. Brands presiding. Members present were Henry J.Wissink, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. Smith, Alden Walraven, and Gerrit J. Brands. Minutes of December 22nd, 1971 were read and on motion and vote stand approved as read. Committee from Le Mars met with the Board to discuss having a Mental Health Center at Floyd Valley Hospital at Le Mars. No action on this motion. Members of this committee were composed of Mr. Kaussen and Mr. Mohning of Plymouth County Board and Charles W. Semke of Westmar College and Nelson Newendorp. Board Members from Plymouth County met with the Board regarding Llbertyvllle as a center for alcoholics. No decision reached at this time, possibly later. On motion and vote the gravel crushing plant was sold for $20,000 to Lundstrom Company of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Cash sale. Discussion on sale of old drag line this date. The resignation of Larry Zeutenhorst as Deputy Sheriff was accepted to be effective January 2nd, 1972. RESOLUTION Moved by Wisslnk and seconded by Walraven that salary of County Auditor, County Treasurer, County Recorder, Clerk of the District Court be fixed according to Chapter 340 of the 1971 Code of Iowa on a population and valuation basis. Present population is 27,996 and valuation is $98,313,552. No change over 1971 calarles. The salary of Deputy Auditor, Deputy Clerk of Courts, Auto Clerk and Deputy Decorder to bet at 80% of principal's salary, also Deputy Assessor. Motion carried. On motion and vote, the voting precinct of Town of Chatsworth is combined with Hawarden Logan Precinct and Buncombe Precinct is combined with Hawarden First Ward - only in the event of the purchase of voting machines will this be enforced. Also Settlers precinct will vote in Sioux Precinct if voting machines are purchased. Roberta and Jewel Ann Vander Pol spent last Tues. and Wed. in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Gertie Vander Schaaf, while their parents attended a business trip to Des Moines. Mrs. Andrew Van Weltering of Artesla, Cal., spent a few days this past week at the Harold Van Wettering home. Visitors there to see her on Tues. evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtrop and Mr. and Mrs. John Kreykes of Sheldon, Mr. Louis Bajema of Alton, and Mrs. Steve Top of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Wolde of Sheldon were callers on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gumto and boy were Sunday guests at the parental DonRaakhome They returned to their home at Cloquet, Minn., on Mon. morning. Sunday evening after church • nests at the Gene schutt home were Henry Lee Hu£* man and VlcW Vande Brake, PFC Lyle Diekevers left this Wed. by plane for Viet Nam, via Cal, after spending a two week leave with his wife Linda and his parents, Mr? and Mrs. Ray Diekevers and family. • Mr Paul Barnett of Ruthven and Mr. Verll Nelson attended a Sales Meeting on Friday, Feb. 18 in Des Moines. Karen Boterhoek of Sioux City spent the weekend at the parental Henry Boterhoek home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bosma and family were Sunday evening after church guests In the Ron Van Kalsbeek home. Mrs. Roger Luedke of Sioux Falls spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hulsman. Mr. Eugene Schuller of Sibley was a caller Wed. evening at the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Ewoldt were Mrs. LenaMeal- man and Mrs. Robert Mealman and Sharri of Hartley. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boterhoek were Mrs. Johm Schulteman, Grada and Arlene Schulteman, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sandbulte, Jim and Jolene, all of Sioux Center. Miss Beverly Stiemsma of Denver spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stiemsma and family. Friday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Storing and family of Colton, S.D,, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stie- msma of Kanawha, la., were visitors on Sunday afternoon. About 150 friends, relatives and neighbors attended the 50th anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Horton Jacobsma on Saturday, Feb. 19 at the Hospers Community Building. Mrs. Frank Van Beek of Sioux Center spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gosllnga, Sr. Marie Verdoorn left last Thurs. evening by plane from Omaha to her home at Seattle after a few weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Anna Oldenkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Van Kalsbeek and Lura, Miss Cornelia De Bruyn were Sunday evening after church guests at the Pete Van Kalsbeek home.. Sunday evening; after church guests at the Chuck V«mto Kamp home were Mr. junior Kulper ^ and Mrs. Myron> and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Jonema and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamfers visited at the Art Rlemersma home in Sioux Center on Sun. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamfers who are staying for a time with the Rle- mersma's. Mrs. Lamfers now has the cast off her leg. Dr. Robert Vander Ploeg and son Bill and friend Carl of Grand Rapids were Sun. noon dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cahp Vander Ploeg. Mrs. Jim Stanley, nee Linda Van Zee, was honored Sunday afternoon, Feb. 20, with a personal shower, held at the Mike Vander Meulen home at Orange City, hosted by Peggy Vander Meulen and Charlotte Du Bois of Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kramer and Luann and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kramer and Brian spent the weekend at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kramer and Mr. and Mrs.'Henry Kramer at Racine, Wise. . Miss Barbara Block, age 20, of Hospers passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital in Sioux City on Sunday, Feb. 20 after a short illness. Barbara was born Jan. 28, 1952 at LeMars to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Block. She was a llfeling resident. Miss Block was a graduate of Spaldlng High School with the class of 1971. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Hospers with Rev. Eugene Ceperly officiating. Burial was in the ctiurch cem- etary under the direction of Flsch Funeral Home in Remsen. Survivors are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Block of Hospers; sisters, Linda and Diane, both at home; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Pottebaum of Alton; and many aunts and uncles. Vicki Solsma visited after school on Tuesday of last week with Lenee Julin at Alton. . Lenee, a classmate of Vicki, entered the St. Joseph Hospital in Sioux City that Wed. to undergo surgery last Thurs. Mr. and Mrs, Chuck Vande Kamp and boys visited Sunday afternoon at the Albert Vande Kamp home in Sibux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Philbe were recent visitors in the Arie Reekers home.. Wllma VOK , singers from »ygj le Institute, der Ploeg „, guests at the and Mrs. Chap v^J Mr, Arnold Van i 87 of Alvord, pL, ' last Thursday «a Rapids Hospital ii!l Roekel, the ^ f ine Brlnkhuls, Mrs, Gertie v a : and Mrs. Mike • Hospers. Those fr< attending the Van Roekel on Rock Rapids ci Mr, and Mrs. Bo uw Mrs. Gerlte VanrU Mrs. Mike Foren Ed Van Surksum Raak and Mr. and™ ry Boersma. Burla A joint birthday n held on Wednesday, Feb. 16 at the h • and Mrs. Matt ™honor of the blrtr,da,.J ry Lee that da Matt Hulsman's oni Those attending the m tlon were Mr. andig Verdoorn and Mr,! Bert Verdoorn oto'n Marie Verdoorn olh Wash., Mr. and Mrs] Verdoorn, Mr. and H, Oldenkamp, sr,, M r ,j Junior Oldenkamp V Doug, Mr. and Mrtl Schutt and family, j er , man, Ed Oldenkamp i Anna Oldenkamp; Schlpper. Mr. and Mrs, Walj Rooyan observed .... anniversary last Wt! evening. Hosting a the Dutch Mill Inn Ihiiil . In their honor « children, Mr. and ry Pennlngs, Mr, Gerrlt Rozeboom, Mrs. Lee De Haw and Mrs. Jack Vail i Also present were 111 1 children. Additional! guests were brothers! ters of the couple, Mr] bert Hulsman frorat key, Mr. and Mrs,) Fonkert from Luven and Mr. and Mrs,' Oort. There were i'| In attendance. clal time was spenl| Lee De Haan home, honored couple re« lovely gift. Mr. and Mrs. Cai Peursem and Mrs,! and Kathy from Wot Minn, called on thelrl Martin Van PeurseroJ Heritage House on! also visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Chest Peursem. telW) VITAMIN SM ^OSilwj!/^^ SAVE 1/2 ON THE MOST NEEDED VITAMINS FOR YOUR FA 1 ••*^.w- BEXEL CHILDREN'S MULTIVITAMINS with IRON Chewable... , Deliciously Cherry Flavored. 225 Tablets Economy Size Reg. $8.49 NOW '/: PRICE $425 On motion and vote the Board adjourned to January 3rd, 1972. Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor Gerrit J. Brands, Chairman The Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, Iowa met pursuant to adjournment at 10;00 o'clock A.M., Chairman Gerrit J. Brands presiding. Members present were Alden Walraven, Henry Wisslnk, Verne J. Mallette, Clarence Jonker, and Gerrlt J, Brands, Minutes of December 28th, 1971 were read and on motion and vote stand approved as read. On motion by Wisslnk and seconded by Walraven to appoint Gerrit J. Brands as Chairman of the Board for the year, 1972, Motion carried, On motion by Smith and seconded by Jonker to appoint County Welfare Board as follows: Gerrit J. Brands, Rock Valley, Iowa Henry J. Wlssink, Boyden, Iowa Mrs. Ruth Sawyer, Hawarden, Iowa Since five newspapers applied for the County printing the Board realized that a contest exists as the County caj have only 3 official papers. County Auditor to notify all paper* who applied for the County printing, to submit thejr bona-fidc list of subscribers on January 25th; 1972 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. County Auditor was ordered to notify all Mayors of the County, County Board of Education, County Assessor and County Engineer for a special meeting to be held January 25th, 1972 in the Courtroom. This meeting is In regard to Soil Survey of Sioux County, Iowa, Board spent the remainder of the day allowing Domestic Animal Claims, BEXEL CANDY-LIKE TABLETS FOR CHILDREN Delicious, chewable fruitflavors in multi-colors 250 Tablets Economy Size Reg. S7.49 NOW '/z PRICE $375 BEXEL SPECIAL FORMULA The very best vitamin and iron tonic in capsules for adults. NOW 180 Capsules i/ 2 PRICE Economy Size *. _ __ Reg. $9 59 $A 80 BEXEL VITAMIN B COMPLEX Dietary supplement to ^^^^P insure adequate supply of important ««%.». Vitamin B Complex NOW factors. I/, PRICE 250 Capsules *«*..« Economy Site 9*112 Reg. J4 23 £t BEXEL MPM MAINTENANCE PLUS MINERALS Vitamin and mineral insurance for teenagers and adults. 225 Capsules Economy Size Reg. $6.98 NOW </ 2 PRICE ELIXIR VITAMIN & IRON TONIC For very active people, older adults. and those who NOW 12 ounces Q $O79 Reg 12.19 AFoiTA 1 """ V • *••" MINI Recommended I* I and senior ciliii NOW ISO Capsules... Economy Size ,/ U nirP Reg. $12.98 Y2 " w ^ COME IN FOR YOUR f] 1 """™™™ "BEXEL FLYER" GLID While they last. Supply is WITH THIS COUPON iWIN ! • I: Lightweight cantilever frame Spring saddle seat Coaster brake Chrome fenders & rims Chrome disc chainguard Reflectorized pedals Approved safety reflectors Kick stand BRING IN THIS COUPON NO PURCHASE REQUIRED Drop entry form Into the slot °" Ine Spiinj '72 Bexel Vitamin display in our store. £° n < es 'closes April 30,1972. Winner determined by random drawing on or before May 15, 1972. Winner pounced in this store. NAME store. Sub- CITY Mvuutcu iii ims store. SUD- ject to Federal. State and Local regulat on». Void where proHlbited, twee/, or CTATr otherwise restricted" STATE ZffJ 1972. On motion and vote the Board adjourned to January 4th > ' THBE AM MORE BIG BEXIM7AM^^^^ DUTCH MILL PHARMAC Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor Gerrlt J. Brands, Chairman Orange City 8—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 24, 1972 «f Parking Spate *»•

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