The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 2, 1972 · Page 8
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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Cards of Thanks Services THANK YOU Thank you to the many friends and relatives (or the gifts, cards and visits for my birthday. Alice Blom 14-19w-lc THANK YOU It Is with grateful hearts that we wish to thank our pastor, our local physicians, and our many friends for their care, prayers, visits, cards, flowers, messages of concern, and other kindnesses during our recent days of special concern. One must experience the blessings of answered prayer by so many, totally eclipsing fear and leaving only curiosity as to what our Creator's plan for an immediate problem might be, to fully appreciate our gratitude. Thank you so much, Paul and Florence Hudson. 14-lc THANK YOU I wish to thank all who prayed for me and sent cards, gifts and letters while I was a patient in the Orange City Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. All were deeply appreciated. Mrs. Elmer Wiersma 14-lp THANK YOU I wish to thank friends, relatives and neighbors for remembering me with cards, prayers while I was in the hospital and In our son's home in Seattle. Special thanks to Rev. Hook and my good meigh- bors Rev. and Mrs. Klep- plnger for wishing me well when 1 left. These acts of kindness will always be remembered. Charles andMin VanCltters 14-lc IT'S terrific the way we're selling Blue Lustre to clean rugs and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer $1. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 14-18w-lc ELECTROLUX (R) Sales & Service. ArfeM. Bomgaars, 403 5th, N.W., Orange City. Phone 737-2934. 12-15w-tfc "WE DRILL WELLS; we bore wells; we dig farm cess pools. Alton Cement Works, Alton, Iowa." 5-16w-tfc Notices K T F C 103.3 Dutch Hour, Sunday, 6:15 p.m. 6w-tfc Legate For Sale FOR SALE: Poland & Duroc Fall Boars & Gilts. Wendell & James Leafstedt.Al- cester, S. Dak. 9-12w-6c SECRET . . . Lose Water Weight body bloat, puffiness etc. X-Pel Water Pills only $3.00 or Money Back Refund, The Village Drug. 11-20W-10 DEDUCE excess fluids with Fluldex, $1.69-Lose weight safely with Dex-A-Diet, $1.93 at The Village Drug. FOR SALE: 1968 Brookwood Mobile Home 12 X 46. Call after 5:30- 722-9511. 13-llw-2c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA. IN AND FOR SIOUX COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE BRUNSKILL Deceased Probate No. 9991 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all persons Interested in the Estate of George Brunskill, Deceased. You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of February, 1972 the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate and has duly qualified as such. Notice is hereby given that to all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them, in duplicate, with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as _ provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless) otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter _ be forever barred. Dated this 28th day of February, 1972. Marjory J. Strait Administrator of said Estate Corbett, Corbett & Anderson — Attorneys for said Administrator M. D. Vander Broek Clerk of the District Court Date of second publication March 9, 1972. Sunday dinner guests at the Dan Bruyn home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruyn. Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brasandboys were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vaas, Brent and Anita of Newldrk. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ver Steeg of Sheldon were Sunday • afternoon callers at the Ellis De Bruin home. Mr.!and Mrs. John Kreykes of Sheldon visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. ' Bud Boone. Mr. and Mrs.HortonJacob- sma were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.Henry Jacobsma at Doon. The two couples then drove to Rock Valley where they visited In the Rob Jacobsma home. The Adult Sunday School Class with Pastor Groenhout of the Hospers First Reformed Church held a short service on Wed. night, March 1st for the residents of the • Pioneer Home at Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamies visited Thursday at the Bill Luitjens home at Stbley. DANGER KIDNEY SIGNALS Getting up nights, burning, frequent or scanty flow, leg or back pains may warn of functional kidney disorders "Danger Ahead." Give a gentle lift with BUKETS (take only 3 tabs a day for 4 days). Regulare passage, ease aches and pains or your 48? back. NOW at The VILLAGE DRUG STORE. 12-7C -i REJUVENATE old furniture with Old Masters Antiquing and Graining. Lots of color combinations -- also Metallic Tone Antiquing. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 10-25w-tfc FOR SALE: VINYL Wall- covering. 130 patterns in stock. Also over 20 special order books on display. Vogel & Van De Brake. 50-18w-tfc FOR SALE: WALLPAPER Over 1,000 patterns ii stock. 39<? to $8.00 a single roll. The most complete selection In NW Iowa. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 10-29w-tfc NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42 Tablets $3.00. Money Back Guarantee, Village Drug. 6-12w-10c GLASS breaking problems — solve U with Plexiglas.- 1/16" - 1/8" - 1/4" In stock. Vogel & Van De Brake. Orange City, la.- 10-20w-tfc Mr. and Mrs.Horton Jacobsma were Friday night callers at the Neal Boterhoek home. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Du Bois of Sioux Falls were weekend visitors in the Ivan Muilenberg home. About 175 relatives, friends and neighbors attended the 50th anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs, Everet Van Veldhuizen at their home on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd. The open house celebration was hosted by the couples six children. Mr. and Mrs. DanTammin- ga were last week Tuesday night visitors at the Henry Kamies home. Mrs. Marie Houtsma accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Van Groenigen of Orange City toHullSundaynlghtwhere they visited with Mr. andMrs. Jake Elbers. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jurriaans and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Klels spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis where Jantlna Jurriaans performed In concerts with the Regeneration Singers. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dan Hartog and Brenda of Le Mars visited Sunday evening at the Mince Oordt and Mary Den Hartog homes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Tubergen and family were Sunday evening after church guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dykstra. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamfers of Hospers, Mr. andMrs. Tom Dykstra and Carol of Bigelow, Minn., Mr. Harold Buysman and Pam of Ashton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamfers of Sioux Center and family, were all callers Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Reimersma at Sioux Center to help Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamfers observe their anniversary that day. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Maten and Mrs. Evert Van Veldhuizen, Mr. andMrs. Ray Van Dyke attended the funeral this Tuesday of Larry Smit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cast Smit at the Boyden First Reformed Church. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jurgensen and Jennifer of Le Mars were Saturday night supper guests at the Henry Kamies home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kamies and Lisa of Orange City visited there on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Schnurr and children were Sunday supper guests at the parental Ed Oldenkamp home in honor of Greg's birthday which was Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret De Bruin at Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Posthumus and Jerrle of Spencer and Mrs. Leon Postma of Orange City and Mr. andMrs. Glen Jasper of Granvllle were Sunday visitors In the home of Mrs. Edith Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bosma and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bosma and family wereSunday afternoon callers In the Ralph Vander Veen home at Ocheyedan. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jungers and Betsy of Minneapolis were weekend guests at 'the Angeline Jungers home and also visited with Mrs. Anna Oldenkamp. They were dinner guests on Sunday at the Ed Jungers home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Reekers and family of Hull, Mr, and Mrs. Leon Reekers of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Reekers after attending the Sunday evening services at the First Reformed Church in Hospers were guests at the Fred Reekers home. Mr. and Mrs. NormBoons- tra of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Driel of Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Driel of Edmonds, Washington were Sunday dinner guests at the parental John Goslinga home. The Don Van Oriel's came especially for the funeral of her father, Mr. Ben Hector who passed away last week at the Sheldon Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Horton Jacobsma spent last Thursday and Friday In Sioux City at the Arvin Jacobsma home and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Searle Jacobsma and Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobsma. Mr. and Mrs. Mince Toering visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Smits and family at Maurice. CLUB ACTIVITIES COUNTRY GALS The February meeting of the Country Gals was held at the home of Charlene Manning at 1:15 P.M. on Feb. 19, 1972. The meeting was opened by president, Barb Roetman. The secretary's report was given. Roll call was answered with a name of a sewing machine and 12 members and 1 leader was present. There was no old business, but for new business we discussed ways of earning money. We are having a Stanley party Monday night, Feb. 28. Then the pledge to the U. S. and 4H nags were said. The meeting was then adjourned, Charlene gave a demonstration on "Sewing Machine Care" and Cheryl Vant Hof gave a talk on "Selecting underclothing." We each brought a pattern and material along and we learned how to lay it out correctly and cut it out. At our next meeting we are to have started sewing on them. After this Charlene, her mother and sister served lunch. Lu Ann Rensink, Reporter. Punt and Carte Kots served •; The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Colleen Elssens. Roll call was answered by "What 1 learned about our sewing machine." Anne Kohout led the 4-H Pledge. There are three more new members. They are Wanda Larson, Julie Fritz and Jill Thenhaus. Demonstrations were "Recognizing Good Posture," bj Kerrl Aalberts and Jullt Breese, and Mrs. Plender leader, gave a talk about tott bags we will make.. Junior leader, Debbie Bogaard gave the presentation, "Knowing Your Sewing Machine." The assignment for tne month Is "Do more exercises on the sewing machine." The meeting was adjourned at 3:25 p.m. Kathi Wlnegar, Reporter. THE FLYING DUTCHMEN The Flying Dutchmen met in the Extension Office, February 21, at 4:00 P.M., for their first 4H meeting. Mr. Bredenstelner taught us how to plant corn for our next project. We recorded a program to be broadcasted on KVDB Saturday, February 26, 12-30 P.M. We elected the following officers: Franklin De Vries, President; Jeff De Vos, Secretary; Bruce Van Aartsen, Reporter. The other members of our club are: Mark De Jong, Tim Mick, Daniel Ackerman, Evan Mortenson, Steve Vander Wei, Scott Simonson,. Tim Mouw, Andy Lee, Benjie Lee, Don Van Zanten, Keith Van Peursem, Robert Van Peursem, Even Van Gelder, David Bruxvoort, Brian Vander Schaaf, and Tom Huibregtse. SILVER SLIPPERS The Hospers Silver Slippers 4-H Club met on Saturday, Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. at the home of Laura Rensink. All members were present as they answered the roll call with "Something to put In a Sewing Box." Demonstrations were "Correct Posture" by Vicki Solsma and "Let's Make a Hairband" by Laura Rensink. The Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge were led by Laura Rensink. After the business meeting we all made hairbands for our recreation. Laura and her mother served a delicious lunch. Our next meeting will be held on March llth at 2 p.m. at the home of Joan Struthers. JM'. Tim DP Groot, Krlstt Fedders and Jeff Van Bemmel made these snowflake| snowmen. They attend kindergarten at Christian School. The Hospers Cub Scouts, Den 1 and 2 consisting of Gary Schmlt, John Schwartz, Mark Berding, Gary Solsma, Mike Kleinhesselink, Donny Solsrna and Kirk Nelson, along with Den Mothers-Germaine Schmit, Marge Nelson and Gert Solsma and Vivki Sols- ma, went to Sheldon last Thursday afternoon where they toured the office of the Sheldon Mall and Monday Sun. HOLLAND WINDMILLS The Holland Windmill's Febr. meeting was held Feb. 14 at the Extension Office. The meeting was called to order by Randy Lubbers and roll was taken. Steve Pennings led the Pedge of Allegiance and minutes were read and ap- roved. Two demonstration were given. One on Rooting Plant Cutting by Bill Van Marel and one on Growth and Germination of seeds. Lunch was served by Ken Fedders, the 4-H Pledge was led by Doug De Haan and the meeting was adjourned at 3 to 9. JUNIOR DUTCHETTES Mr. and Mrs. Mince Toering visited Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hoekstra at Sheldon in honor of the Hoekstra's 40th wedding anniversary that day, Mr. and Mrs, John Solsma, Sr. called on Mrs. Ben Hec- I tor at Sheldon Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koerselman of George were callers Sunday afternoon at the Andrew Vander Maten and Andrew Vander Berg homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Poppema and family of Sheldon were Sunday supper guests at the parental Steve Poppema home. Sunday evening after church guests at the Gerrit Van Sur- ksum home were Mr. and Mrs. I Steve Poppema. The Junior Dutchettes 4-H Club met in the Extension office, February 15 for a 2:00 o'clock meeting, CarinaPlen- der, president called the club to order after which Nancy Thursday afternoon callers in the Mike Foreman home at Hospers were Mrs. G. Vander Schaaf, Mrs. Andy Jurriaans, Mrs. Dave Kluis and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol. Last Tuesday Mr. Leroy Bras took his band students, Blaine Duistermars, Dawn Te Brink, Allyn Korver of Alton, Connie Dlekevers,DebraDek- ker of Hospers, David Menning, Scott Adkins and Jewel Vander Pol of Newkirk to Vermillion, South Dakota and attended an Instrumental clinic. Those from here attending the funeral services of Mr. Arnold Van Roekel Saturday afternoon at Rock Rapids were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kley, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klein- hesselink, Mr. andMrs.Peter W. Hofmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol. Mr. and Mrs. Benard Van Heuvelen entertained at the Newkirk church following the wedding rehearsal Monday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vrieze, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Todd and Heather of Sioux City, Mr, Elvern Bootsma of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Van Heuvelen, Jody and Brad of Ocheyedan, Mr. Arlin Van Dyk, Mr. John Andringa of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol, Jim and Cara, Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Vries, Mrs. Audley Dolphin, The Reverend and Mrs. Clarence Van Heukelom, Jewelaan Vander Pol, Mrs. Gerald Huisman and Bradley, Deann and Rosy Van Heuvelen. Mrs. Jim Marshall, Scott and Shelly of Sioux City were Sunday guests In the parental Peter Van Kley home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Es, Jeff and Jacelyn of Orange City attended church services here Sunday evening and afterwards were guests at the Don Adkins home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Behrens of Wllmar, Minn, visited in the Erwin Van Zwe home and also attended church services here on Sunday morning. Mrs. Behrens is a sister of Mr. Van .Zwe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Jewel and Roberta were Sunday evening callers in the home of Mrs. G. Vander Schaaf at Hospers. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Menning, David, Bruce and Kay Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Larry . Bloemendaal, Brenda,Sandra, Wanda, Paula and Donna attended the baptism of Melissa Kay, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Van Rooyen, Sunday morning at the Trinity Reformed church at Orange City. They were dinner guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Arie Bloemendaal at Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Zandbergen, and Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel attended the Vande Berg cousins party held Monday evening at the Sioux Center town hall. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kley attended a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Stella Houtsma at Orange City Sunday afternoon. This was to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Houtsma and Mr. John Melles. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Zandbergen, Mikell, Mavis, Martha and Robert were Friday evening supper guests in the Wilmer Vande Berg home at Sioux Center. Sunday dinner guests L Harve Vander Pol home' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vd and Dawn of Sioux Cit Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Gina. Help Wanted \ Women to work on assembly line both DAY and NIGHT SHIFT. Year around employment. No experience necessary. We will train. Apply in person 8 a.m. to 5a,m. Mon. thru Fri. at K-Products, Inc. Industrial Air Park Orange City, Iowa An equal opportunity employer. Business and Professions DIRECTORY Physicians Services MEDICIAL CLINIC Orange City, Iowa Phone 4938 and 4984 E.B. M.D. A. GROSSMANN, Phone 2261 BUSHMER, M.D. Phone 2284 HASSEBROEK, M.D. Phone 2245 P. VANDER KOOI,M.D. Phone 4104 with Aqua-Sensor) lull pick u» yotir phoni iiul My] R. Mon.-Fri., 9:00-4:30 Alden Mennlng and Arthur Vander Pol were among the board members of the Alton Co-op attending the meeting Monday held at the Hilton Marina in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Eickhoff, Laurie Ann and Maria Lynn of Waterloo, Iowa visited in the home of their mother, Mrs. Arthur Mouw Friday and Saturday. Saturday evening guests at the Bernard Mouw home to celebrate the first birthday of Gina Marie were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and Cara, Mrs. Roozeboom of CarmelandMr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol. Mrs. Mouw served a delicious birthday lunch, E. B. GROSSMANN, JR., M.D. General Surgeon 111 Central Ave. SE Phone 737-4817 Optometrist 737-2923 HOGGEN & FO! ELECTRONIC COMPUTERSERVICE 113 3rd St.N.E. Phone 4963 Orange City, Iowa DR. A. N. ALBERTSEN Optometrist 110 2nd St. NW Phone 4246 Orange City, Iowa Veterinarians HEARING AID! i Audivox • Quallt • Zenith C. J. STEGINK Radio & TV at KalsbeekBros, Orange City A BRIGHTER FUTURE can be yours through a modest investment now In life Insurance, Write .phone. See .visit DON VAN DER WEIDE, C.L.U, Phone 717-4500 or 737-8809 Or*n«eClty New York I4fe insurance Company I4te losnrwx* - Group Insurance - Anm4tte« Insurance - Pension SIOUX-PREME PACKING CO. Sioux Center, Iowa Prices Paid Last Week Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 24.75-25.00 24.75-25,00 24,25-24.50 24.25-24.50 24.25-24.50 23,25-23.50 If you have hogs for sale call Collect 722-8001 LOANS $50 to $5,000 Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Terms "Loans Payable On A Tblrty-six Months Basis" Also larger loans available for financing of trucks and autos at reasonable rates Household goods, autos, livestock accepted as securities A-C Loan & Finance Co., Inc. 27 Central Ave. S.W. Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-1103 Talk to the man from the Land Bank The Federal Land Bank is owned by farmers who use its credit services. The only purpose of the Land Bankvls to serve farmers with the best in long-term financing, SIOUX VETERINARY CLINIC Dr. A. J. Neumann Dr. L, H. Royer Dr. David Chrlstenson Dr, M. Van Haaften VETERINARIANS Phone 4950 Orange City, Iowa Auctioneei CLIFF BOGAAR Auctioneer Phone 2219 Orange City, Iowa DR. W, L, VERMEER DR. EARLE DOUGLAS VETERINARIANS PHONE 4122 113 SrdSt.N.W, Orange City, Iowa Chiropractors REN VAN GELDI Auctioneer & Real Es PHONE 756-4510 Alton, Iowa Emergenc Phone Nos 1 8-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 2, 1972 , ™ 4 Ji!, ef » e yo ! 11borrow on your land, see JAY I. MANN, Mgr, at the Sheldon Federal Land Bank Association Phone 324-2414 Box 219 ___ 'IHIUIIUI ......... HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ........ lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHn Dr. A, Krull Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-5604 Dr, E, J, Meylor 1 NEW ADDRESS Highway 75 North Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-7500 FIRE — POLICE HOSPITAL SHERIFF MAYOR (ROBERT Cornelius Siebersma Phone 4684 James Woudstra Phone 4553 Gillls Haverdink Phone 2566 Dale Hubers Phone 2778 William Tolman Phone 4288

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