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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 3

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A ill ts«A j««f eroup ensemble representing the St. , rnlleee, St. Bonlfaelus, Minnesota, will suSI concert at Dover Ave. Alliance on (flj/ll a i"***- r * 5 a l*irp service consists of a variety program 1116 ««= -and sacred songs with an Invitation ies " There will be solos, duets, trios, mixed !l « well as instrumental numbers. «Aonnel of the group Includes: Rev. Marvin nri Director of Development, St. Paul Bible ran balnsberg, junior; Dwight Williams, senior; "lesser junior; Prlscilla Thompson, sophomore; ^..rfnrrf.' sophomore. 1916 In a private homo as I Mff center for Christian workers, has moved V fareer facilities, and now, more than 50 years us founding, Is now on a new campus which 1200 students. West Branch appeal raises $1,423,90 West Branch Combined Appeal raised a total of $1423.90 on behalf of lOhealth and welfare organizations during the home to home canvass just completed, reports Mrs. Tony Renslnk, secretary of the West Branch Appeal. Solicitors were Douglas Achterhof, Cornle De Vos, Ben Fedders, BernieFedders, Arlyn Kleinwolterlnk, George Olson, Damns Sne'ller, Joe Van Der Brink, Herm Van Donge, Mrs. Rich Van Donge, Wllbert Vermeer and Joe Wynla. Serving on the Combined Appeal Committee this year were Dwatne Mullenberg, president; Mrs. Tony Cleveringa, vice president; Mrs. Tony Renslnk, secretary; and Mrs. Ron Den Herder, treasurer. The committee expresses their thanks to all who contributed, and all who assisted with the solicitation. The Record DEEDS FILED Jessemine Vander Pol etal to Henry Schuller E-| NE-| & S{ NWf NEi 20-95-43 $1. John Schlesser, wdr to Ml- lo V. Schlesser etal NW^ & Pt W-| NE-J- 32-94-45 $1, Bernice Twlllman, wdw to Harold Dale Twlllman Pt L 9, Blk 2, Owen's Subd of OL 6, Irtn $10. Alma Visser, sgl to Ralph Gebauer etal Pt L 3, Vlsser's 1st Addn, OC $1. Alice Hamstra, sgl to Senard Altena etal Pt Ls 1, 2 & 3, Blk 4, N Soo Cen $1. Gerrlt Top & wf toVerHoef Chev. Inc. Ls 8, 9, 10 & II, Blk 5, N Soo Cen $1. Kathryn Klnney etal to Robert Klnney W| SWi 27-94-44 & NWl NWi 34-94-44 $1. James Klnney & wf to Robert Klnney 34-94-44 $1. Joseph Klnney & wf to Robert Kinney E| NW^ NW| 34-94-44 $1. Ivo Kinney & wf to Robert £ NWi Kinney N 94-44 Si. 1/3 W| SW^ 27- Paula Mary Schula, daughter of a former beauty lior In Orange City, Eleanor Rozeboom, now Mrs. Schula from Albuquerque, New Mexico has been ses as one of two girls, by the FLAIR Modeling A- HCyof Alburquerque, to go to New York, for a week i April, to model at the Waldorf A, Hotel. They will Luxury, non stop from Albuquerque to New York, ley.will also tour the • United Nations for a day. i Paula Is the grandaughter qf Mrs. Florence R. W of Orange City. ews of yesterday WEARS AGO rtey's 20 inch blizzard lorn a hundred Scoutllng- 1 tspositlon visitors str- Mln Orange City Saturday jlitd Sunday morning. Al- evening perfor- ! ws called off, the had reached such rllons by the time the show was over 15;30 p.m.) that many i from a distance Tel: to chance returning ictlon on the new I County Farm Bureau I building across from hourt ; house in Orange lisvery nearly completed Italshlngs are expected J moved in shortly, ac- "!io Chuck Underwood, fl firm Bureau Insurance * manager and Bob Grlf- ftotrlct fleldman. J" |BYEARS AGO &o, Korver, owner of Korver pro- winced this week that Purchased the share wion Korver held In l*ss. Marion Korver I interest in the prowess about two years w he sold his share grange City Block & an <l Mrs, Norm have contributed "Rink" a black Lathe Lead- »t Rochester, ie school spon- Uons dubs which |° lead blind per- --«-.*u,u.j Con* Players were, Paul J«"» Van R'oekel ierR °"~, Don Vander Roger the %»S"S5 *Bp£ftK k... 1' «» installation door east of the Capital office. The William Westra sales barn was sold at public auction Saturday for $8,825 to Ed Vellinga and Teunis Vogellar of Sheldon. The business has been renamed the Orange City Sales Co. Albert Grooters has installed a new carbonator, the latest type, in his fountain at the Corner Cafe. 30 YEARS AGO Rev. and Mrs. Henry Col- enbrander entertained the basketball squad and coaches at a dinner Friday evening. Those who participated were coaches C. Kuyper and George Russman, Arie Vander Stoep, Arnie Ver Meer, Glenn Luymes, Wayne De Beer, Paul Colenbrander, Leon Roggen, Clarence Ver Steeg, Evan De Jong, Sam Williams, Harry Cheethan, Rich Lutjens and Geo. De Beer. Last Thursday evening Audrey Brink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brink of Maurice had the misfortune to fall from the back seat of the car and badly bruise her face and knee. It seems she was leaning against the door, when it opened as the car turned a corner, causing her to fall out. 35 YEARS AGO Once more Alton citizens were aroused at 1;00 Monday morning by the siren. This time the fire was discovered in the basement of the 0. K. Cafe. Mrs, Mack was the first to discover the smoke and unfortunately some time was lost before she could arouse the telephone operator, Miss Gladys Ver Steeg. It was the first night she had the responsibility of night service. The fire company arrived promptly after being notified and worked hard until morning to bring the fire under control and save the surrounding buildings. The Orange City Fire Dept. responded to the call for help and worked until morning, but the fire was too far advanced to save the O. K. Cafe or either of the adjoining buildings. Consequently the entire brick block consisting of the Wm. Kooreman & Co, store, O. K. Cafe and the Chris Schneider Meat Market were completely destroyed by fire. It's hard to take a bill seriously that comes with a color you a trip NEW CASES FILED Probate 9988 Edward J. Schneider, deceased. Probate 9989 Peter De Boer deceased Probate 9990 Elizabeth G. McCabe, deceased (Trans) ' DC 13964 Mid State Dist Co vs Al Van Roekel & George Go'slinga, dba'' OC Appliance Center (Law) DC 13965 Kemin Indus, Inc vs Sllak Co (Law) DC 13966 Lillian & Orrin Sanders vs Joyce Ann Bloemendaal etal (Law) Beltman, Hospers, Relchle, Alton, NEW AUTOS Marlyn Bootsma, Boyden, Pontiac. Jacob L. Slander, Orange City, Plymouth. Gerald John Meandering, Rock Valley, Chev. John K. Marriott, Granville, Mercury. Otto F. Pittack, Hawarden, Ford. Gerrlt Olds. Harold Chev. Conley B. Van Heuvelen, Hospers, Chev. Herman VantHul, Rock Valley, Pontiac. Veryl Lee, Granville,Chev, Maas Van Grootheest, Rock' Valley, Ford. Merlyn A. Waterman, Hawarden, Buick. Lawrence Alesch, Alton, Chev. Lambert J. Mouw, Orange City, Ford. Dr. B. E. Landau, Hawarden, Olds. Robert W. Van Wyhe, Ireton, Mercury. Irving L. Jamtgaard, Hawarden, Ford. Roger Allen De Groot.Hull, Chev. Gerhard Scholten, Sheldon, Toyota. NEW TRUCKS Services held for Larry Ray Smit The funeral of Larry Ray Smit was held on February ' 29, 1912 at 10:30 A.M. at the First Reformed Church of Boyden, Iowa. Officiating was Pastor Sylvester H, Moths and burial was at the .Boyden Cemetery under the direction . of the Kraal Funeral Home of Hull, Iowa. Larry Ray Smit, son of Casey and Luella Smit was born January 12, 1953atShel- , don, Iowa. He graduated from the Boyden Hull Community High School In May of 1971 and was presently attending Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa at the time of his death, He was Injured fatally in a car-train accident on Saturday, February 26, 1972 near the Carmel, Iowa area at the age of 19 years 1 month and 14 days. He Is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. CaseySmlt of Boyden, Iowa; one brother and sister-in-law Carey and Wanda Smit of Rock Valley, Iowa; sister Laura Smit at home; a brother Dennis Smit at home, a special friend Jane Lancaster of Orange City, Iowa; grandparents (maternal) Mr. and Mrs. John Vermeer of Boyden, Iowa; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Dick Smit of Doon, Iowa and a host of relatives and friends. He was a baptized member of the First Reformed Church of Boyden, Iowa. Services held for Dennis Oostenink The funeral of Dennis Lee Oostenink, son of Richard and Mina Oostenink, Hull, la. was • held on February 29, 1972 at 1:30 at the First Reformed Church of Hull, Iowa. .Officiating was Pastor David Ter Beest and burial was at the Hope Cemetery of Hull, Iowa under the direction of the Kraal Funeral Home of Hull, Iowa. Dennis was born March 1, 1953 at Sioux Center, Iowa. He graduated from the Boyden Hull Community High School in May of 1971 and was presently attending Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa at the time of his death. He was injured fatally In a car-train accident in the Carmel, Iowa area at the age of 18 years 11 months and 26 days. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oostenink of Hull, Iowa; a brother and sister-in-law Donald and Joyce Oostenink and r,nephew vLance. of: : ; Hul}, Iowa; a brother and sister- in-law James and Aletha Oos- tenink of Hull, Iowa; a brother and sister-in-law Kenneth and Lois Oostenink attending college at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and a brother Robert Oosten- ink at home; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Henry Oostenink of Hull, Iowa; maternal grandmother Mrs. Marie Burggraaff of Boyden, Iowa and a host of relatives and friends. He was a baptized member of the First Reformed Church of Hull, Iowa. Services held for David Doorenbos The funeral of David Doorenbos, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Doorenbos, Boyden, la. was held on February 28, 1972 at 10:30 a.m. at the First Reformed Church of Boyden. Officiating was Rev. Sylvester Moths and burial was at Boyden Cemetery. David was born July 31, 1953 at Sheldon. He graduated from the Boyden-Hull Community High School In May of 1971 and was presently attending Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa at the time of his death. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Doorenbos of Boyden; a brother, Dwayne of Des Moines; two sisters, Carol and Carla at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Doorenbos and Mrs. Effie De Boer and his fiancee, Miss Zink of Hull. Afemt M. Simons, Ireton, local Mr. and Mrs. John Rens and Jerry Lee from Larchwood were Friday evening callers In the home of Mrs. Johanna Rens. They also took In the Soup Supper at the First Reformed Church and later attended the Regeneration Program at the American Reformed Church. Melissa Kaye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Van Rooyen was baptized Sunday at the Trinity Reformed Church. Following the services luncheon guests in the home of Mrs. Arie Bloemendaal were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyen, Mrs. John Kroeze, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Rooyen, Jackie, Tom, Jeff, Becky and Patty, Mr, and Mrs. Alden Mennlng, Dave, Bruce, and Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bloemendaal, Brenda, Sandy, Wanda, Paula and Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Elwln Top and Julie. Guests in the home of Mrs. Eulyn Oolman on Sunday afternoon in celebraton of Carol's birthday were Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Meier, Leon Meier and Mr. and Mrs. Steve King. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rleck- hoof returned on Sunday after spending the weekend at Miles City and Glendine, Montana. Mrs. Fred Brower and Colleen from Mesa, Arizona arrive last Friday to visit with her father Mr. Herman Ool- man, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schaap were pleasantly surprised at their home last Tuesday even- Ing In honor of their 61st anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schaap, Mrs. Andrew Vander Stoep, Mrs. Ben Borgman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blankers and Mrs. John Van Wyk from Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schaap, Mr. and Mrs. Norm Schaap, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Noteboom, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Noteboom and Mr. and Mrs, Don Driesen from Rock Valley. Dan Meylink, JimSpradling, John Van Heukelom and Janice Zeutenhorst, students at University of Iowa City spent the weekend In the parental homes. Not Weeds USE Granular Ranoox T HERBICIDE BY Monsanto & Son, Ha- Rock Val- Mat- Lloyd Ford. George Heldt warden, Chev, Thornburg Co, ley, Ford. Edward W. Boerhave, lock, Chev. Virgil Kots, Sioux tcr Chev Quality' Egg Mkt, Hull, International. Assoc Milk Prod, inc. Sioux Center, Chev. Moeller Bros, Ireton, Chv. Cen- Guests In the Harlan Klein- hesslink home on Sunday evening to help them celebrate their 10th anniversary were Mr. and Mrs, Pete Gulker and Beva from Sioux Center, Mr and Mrs. David Ehmen from Sioux Falls, Mr and Mrs. Arlan Gulker and family from Rock Valley, "" Mr. «P just a to some $UOO. and Mrs. Jim Kleis and Dar, ren and Char Anker and Mark far-off place for Ebbers from orange City. Randox T Granules control your tough broadleaf problems such as: Buttonweed Sandbur (Velvet Leaf) Purs|ane Carpetweed Smartweed Cocklebur Lambsquarters Ragweed Pigweed Groundsel Russian Thistle Mustard Control these grasses, too: Giant Foxtail (Wild Millet) Green Foxtail Yellow Foxtail (Pigeon Grass) Crabgrass Barnyardgrass Annual Bluegrass Cheat ' Stink Grass Randox T Granules give you the tDroad spectrum grass and broadleaf weed control in corn. AND ... Randox T could be your most economical granular CORN herbicide in 1972. Order your Randox T Granules from your Farm Chemicals Supplier now. Monsanto St. Louis, Missouri 63166 Mr. andMrs.GerritWabeke visited with Bas Mullenburg at Ireton on Tuesday afternoon. He has just returned home the hospital, Mrs, Tony Verdoorn spent last week in Spencer helping the Brad Highstreet's move to their new home. Their new address is 1116 West 5th Street in Spencer. The Eunice and Ruth Circles of the First Reformed church had a Progressive Dinner on Wednesday evening. Later they returned to the Church where Dan Te Grotenhuis presented a program on the Easter Seal Campaign and the work of Camp Sunnyside at Des Moines. Mrs, Johanna Van Roekel now resides at the Wing at the Sioux Center Hospital after residing at the home of Mrs. Leona Postma for 3^ months. The ALTON PREMIUM FEED COMPANY Wants You To Sleep Like A KING And WEEH On Cannon "ROYAL FAMILY" Sheets & Pillow Cases OFFER ends MARCH 4, 1972 (Any order received by March 4th and delivered by March llth, will be included in this offer) F R E E F R E E These Cannon "ROYAL FAMILY" Sheets And Pillow Cases are FREE with the purchase of Alton Premium Cattle, Hog, or Poultry Concentrates, FREE With One Ton: FREE With Two Ton: FREE With Three Ton: Two Cannon "Royal Family?' No Iron Pillow Cases. One Twin Flat and One Twin Fitted Cannon "Royal Family" No Iron Sheets. One Full Flat and One Full Fitted Cannon "Royal Family*' No Iron Sheets, See the "Royal Family" at your Alton Premium Dealer THE FARMERS ELEVATOR Orange City Maurice THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 2, 1972^-3

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