The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 9, 1972 · Page 5
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March 9, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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3 at st< Anthonys-St. Mary's made cinnamon rolls on Friday, March 3 we studied yeast. We saw it dry and then made active by adding warm nP the dough ln the mornln g- w e kneaded it down once. Next we .. .. cinnamon rolls. ' . were baked We each had ^ They were the b est because we made liwas a good experience for all of us. We are going to try it at home. 1 --by Pam Verschoor Unity Christian to present play 3 nights The students of Unity Chrid- Man High will present the play, "The Curious Savage", by John Patrick on March 17, 18, and 20 at 8 o'clock p.m. In the Unity gym. The dlf- ector Is Carol Hoekman; Patti Jasper assists as student director. Mrs. Ethel Savage, the prime character, receives a generous Inheritance from her late husband. She Infuriates her three greedy stepchildren by giving away money to people who have "worlds to go around," The children, a steely senator, a six-time divorcee and a simpering judge commit her to The Cloisters, a "home" for the Insane. In the Cloisters Mrs. Savage meets four beautiful but mentally unbalanced human beings and the conflict arises: beautiful but insane versus the ugly, normal human being. A fresh, subtile humor tops this "drama dessert." Advance tickets will be on sale starting March 13. ieer Home news LvanMeeterenand \ rom Matlock called Urtt* Meyer Wed. Lls Brandsma left ', ( rom Sioux Falls Jute, call/, to vl- Lgtiler Mrs. Her- Ln and to await tte lolhlsson Louis Jr. Ijlland where'.he has I tie armed services. jure he will go to vi- Her daughter, Mrs. Ksebro at Lakewood, ] Mr, Gerrit De Vries flte B, Buffingtons at In the evening iiioseeMr. and Mrs. [ at Hull. Sat. he funeral of Mr. _ m a at Maurice Sun. , he called on his family, the H. De lt,Herman Vande Marf in the Lavern Gro- melnBoyden. s. Bert De Jong teldon called on their Ir, Frank De Jong. Sunday Mr. Otto Mouw was a dinner guest In the Alfred Mouw home in Sheldon. Saturday evening the children of Mr. Otto Mouw took him to the Dutch Mill Inn to honor him for his 92nd birthday which will be Mar. 11. Those In attendence were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rowerdinkfrom Vlnton, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw from Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Moinv and Mrs. John Hofmeyerfrom Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Meet- eren from Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dulstermars also called on him. Mrs. Bruce Woodburn and Mrs. Okko Wielenga from Redlands, Calif, called on Mr. George Duistermars several times last week. Miss Dora Dykstra and Mrs. Wm. Westra accompanied Mrs. Pearl Vande Weide to the John Korver home, Wed. Saturday, Mrs. John Lubbers accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Ray Lubbers to Fort Dodge, la. to visit her daughters Mrs. G. Schoep and Mrs. H. De Kock. Mrs. Wayne Van Zee called on her grandmother Mrs. Sarah Van Zee Friday. Mrs. Elmer Koolstra from Granville, Mich, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Grace Engbers and other relatives. Mr. Kooistra came to get her Friday. While here they were house guests of their children, the Ron Kooistra's at Sioux Center. Local News Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema were supper guests last Thursday evening In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Otterloo at Rock Valley to help celebrate Karl Lin's birthday. Judy Van Gelder also accompanied the Wobbema's to help celebrtae. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Van Berkum and family of Sheldon were Sunday dinner guests in the Alvln Van Berkum home. Pay the 'Write' Way TO KEEP MONEY MATTERS WELL IN HAND, OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT Keep your money in your pen! Pay bills the safe, time-saving way, with a Checking Account at this bank. Makes your "bookkeeping" easier, too ... your cancelled checks are your record and receipt for every bill paid. Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Sav taes Accounts *, Home Improvement Loans « Travel Checks Checking Accounts «- Personal Loans -- Safe Deposit Business Lows »- Farm Loans — Auto Loans lorfhwesfern Bank ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C, The Prayer Group of the American Reformed Church met at the church on Wednesday morning with Mrs. Amos Van Etten as leader. Guests in the home of Miss Arloa Mullenburg on Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Spirek, Mrs. Annetta Bloemendaal, Mrs. Charles Tlllema and Miss Hendrina Dykstra, SPECIAL NOTICES A meeting will be held next week Tuesday, March 14, at Which M-OC 1972-73 M-OC high school curriculum and scheduling will be explained The meeting will be held In room 106 at M-OC and will start at 7i30 p.m. All Interested people are Invited to attend. The Senior Citizens meet- Ing will meet Monday, March 13, at 2 p.m. at the Pioneer Home. For transportation call #2607. Vets of World War I met Monday The Veterans of World War I, Sioux County Barracks 1G28 and Auxiliary held their meet- Ing on Monday, March 6, at the Town Hall in Orange City. Thirty three were in attendance. Lunch was served by the Orange City ladles. They .also had the privilege to have the District President, Dorothy Burn, from Westfield, Iowa in attendance, who also gave a talk. Mr. and Mrs. John Brantsen and Loran, Mr. and Mrs. Jeris Brantsen from Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Den Hartog and sons were supper guests at the Cornie Den Hartog home on Sunday evening in honor of Mr. Cornie Den Hartog's birthday. He also received a call from Mr, and Mrs, Wayne Kooy of Gallen, Mich, to congratulate him. Sunday afternoon coffee guests In the Steve Van Iperen home to visit with Mrs. Ben Vander Griend were Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vander Griend, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoekstra, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Hofmeyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bylsma and family from Hull, Delta Kappa Gamma met on Tuesday at Heemstra Hall with Mrs. Edith Kraal as hostess and Mrs. Kathryn Grooters as co-hostess. Mrs. Lou Wielenga entertained last Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Otto Wielenga and Mrs. Bruce Woodburn from Redlands, Calif. Guests were Mrs. Gerrit Relnders, Mrs. Nick Wielenga, Mrs. George De Vries, Miss Anna Scholten and Mrs. Homer De Boer. Mrs. Lawrence Rowenhorst was unable to attend. Mrs. Tom Reilly and Pat from Bronson, la. were callers on Sunday In the home of Mrs. Hattie Vande Brake. Legion Auxiliary meeting held The American Legion Auxiliary met on Tuesday evening, February 29 at the home of Mrs. Bud Vander Laan, who presided. Mrs. Willa Reiniger was co-hostess. Eighteen members were present when Mrs. Dick Van Zanten spoke on "Americanism." Both Sioux County President, Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, were In attendance. It was decided to dnoate $5.00 to the Chapel of Four Chaplains In Pennsylvania. A bake sale to help defray expenses for Girls State will be held at the Woudstra Meat Market on Saturday, March 18 beginning at 9:00 a.m. All members are asked for a baked donation or money. Our Girl Stater will be chosen at the next meeting on March 29 (Please note change of date). We will give a program at the Sioux County Home and then meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Vander Weerd. March 21 at 2:00 p.m. a program will be given at the Heritage House. Bingo will be enjoyed afterward. If you need a ride please call Mrs. Bud Vander Laan, 4976. We Invite all ladies (veteran's wives) to visit with us and join this very worthwhile organization. We want you to know about our American Legion Auxiliary because we are proud of our organization and would like to share the rewards of membership with you. The nearly 1,000,000 of us constitute the largest pa- troltic organization of women in history. One compelling purpose binds us together —a desire to serve side by side with the American Legion in working for the best interests of America. Our fundamental purpose is to help build a stronger America and to inspire in all women who feel as we do a more devoted patroitism. The poppy, the memorial flower of the Auxiliary, is our symbol of remembering and honoring our war dead. On "Poppy Day" we Invite fellow. Americans to Join us In wear- Ing these familiar flowers crafted by hospitalized and disabled veterans. All proceeds derived from the annual sales are used for the aid of the veteran and his family. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Neal Schoep home were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Oort and family of Ireton and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hetllgenand family ofSheldon. Thursday evening visitors at the' Gerhard Kastein home were Mr. and Mrs. John Oldenkamp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Huygens and family of Sioux Center were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the parental Jim Huygens home. Mrs. Dick Clausen and son David of Grand Fork's North Dakota visited a short while Sunday night at the home of her Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein. They also visited that evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldenkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Vel- gersdyk and children of Sioux Falls, S. D., were Sunday evening supper guests at the parental Ralph Hulst home. A reminder to Ihe com growers of Sioux County , , Ask yoweff these questions before dnosng a corn rootworm insecticide I I Will one application work all season long, whether you plant early or late, to prevent rootworm damage and lodging? | | Does it have an offensive odor? Do you run the risk of blurred vision? Is the skull and crossbones symbol required on the bag? I I Are you concerned about residues in your grain or silage for livestock? | 1 Is it easy on your equipment or do you have to overhaul your granular applicator? |~~1 Is it effective against both resistant and non-resistant rootworms? Will it lose its effectiveness in wet or dry weather? Will it cause pollution due to spring runoff into lakes and streams? and you'll choose BUX Ten Granular! When you've asked yourself the above questions, you'll find that only BUX Ten Granular has all the right answers! BUX Ten Granular does the whole job with minimum risk to man and animal and the environment. Talk to your ORTHO Dealer before you plant. He knows the rootworm situation in your area and can help you plan the best defense. He can give you still more reasons to choose BUX Ten Granular. ^ ORTHO Chevron Chemical Company TM'S ORTHO, CHEVRON ANO DESIGN, BUX — REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. AVOID ACCIDENTS! READ THE LABEL ANO USE ONLY AS DIRECTED THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 9,

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