The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 16, 1972 · Page 6
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1972
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Public School Menu Mr. and Mrs. John Walburg will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, March 21, 1972. Thev are the parents of five children--Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vellema and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walburg all of Harris, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vellema of Artesia, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprik of Worthlngton, Minn. There are 32 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren. The Walburgs have lived in Orange City for the past 20 years. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, lowo. ******* NEWS ******* Friday, March 17 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery, pickles Cheese slices Cake or bars Orange juice, milk Monday, March 20 Meat balls with spaghetti ringlets Green beans Apple sauce Cookie Sandwiches, milk Tuesday, March 21 Mashed potatoes Beef patty' Peas & carrots Lemon Pudding Sandwiches, milk Wednesday, March 22 Bar-B-Q-beans Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Pineapple & Oranges Milk Mrs. Gt. Doornink from Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langstraat, Mrs. Bud Boone from Hospers called on their aunt, Mrs. Ella Vande Griend on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ver- Hoef from Sioux Center visited Mrs. Albert Slathouber on Sat. Mr. Adrian Vander Plaats from Ashton visited Miss Ann De Lint on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hanson from Alton and Sylvia Hill from Remsen called on Mrs. Mary Hentges on Fri. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuller from Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aalbers from Mt. Vernon called on Mr. and Mrs. John Brower. Rev. R. Van Heukelomfrom 1st Ref. Church , Orange City had charge of the Service on Sunday p.m. Mrs. John Stander and Mrs. Russ Te Grotenhuis sang a 2 special numbers, with Mrs. JakeHof- meyer pianist. Mrs. Ordean Sampson from Dawson, Minn, visited her mother, Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp on Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Maten from Hospers called on Mrs. Gertrude Sie- monsma, Mrs. Don Freicks from Alton also visited her. George Twillmans visitors on Monday p.m. were Mrs. Ira Levering, Mrs. A. J. Twillman, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kluter all from Ireton. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sie- monsma from Inwood visited Mrs. Gertrude Siemons- ma on Monday p.m. Mr. Howard Jelgerhuis is in the hospital for treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Lowel Parks from Remsen, visited her aunt, Mrs. Harry Heemstra on Sun. evening. Mr. andMrs. Harry De Jong and Mrs. John Jeltema also called on her. Sadie Millers callers for the week were Mrs. Henry J. Schlesser and Mrs. Milo Schlesser from Maurice, and Mrs. Ida Brunsman from Alton and Sylvia T. Hill from Remsen. Mrs. Jennie and Miss Henrietta Kamstra from Hospers called on Mr. E. J. Roelfson. Mr. Jim Schuller observed his 96th birthday on Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuller from Alton called on Mr. Jim Schuller on Fri. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0. Mouw on Sat. p.m. Also on Sat. a.m. he was a guest in the Nelson De Jong home along with several other Senior citizens. Sylvia Thill from Remsen called on Miss Rita Schnee on Thursday. Thursday, March 23 Creamed potatoes Corn Mixed fruit Sandwiches, milk & Ham Careers conference for women at NW Do teachers and guidance counselors encourage able high school and college girls to prepare for administrative positions In education, medicine or business? "Not often enough," claims Helen Bain, past president of the National Education Associa* tlon. Aware of this fact, the Associated Women of Northwestern will hold a Careers Conference for Women > March 22, from 3:00 p.m.--9:00p,m. on the Northwestern campus. Attending will be college and high school girls who seek future employment in more than thirty fields including: banking, real estate, religious education, journalism, medicine, and merchandising, to name a few ot thos« not often considered by women. Career women in the area, who have experience in these fields, will confer with students from Northwestern, Westmar, and Dordt and from the M-OC and Unity Christian High Schools. Registration will take place at 3:00 p.m. in Union Dorm Lounge. Mrs. Dale Baughman, a hospital adminstra- tor from Denver, Colorado, who is the past president of the State of Colorado Missionary Union, will give the key note address at 4:00 p.m. Dr. Robert Me Cleary, director of the Colleges of Mid- America Placement Service will conduct a session on job interview information and will Instruct students on how to write effective personal data sheets. Dinner is scheduled at 5:00 p.m. and -Northwestern AWNW women will host the occasion. Small group seminars are slated for the 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. time slot, and a rap up session will 1 conclude the conference. Mr. and Mrs. Henry rlaar- ama have returned after visiting with their children, the Wilson Hairsma family n Jenlson, Mich, for a week. On their way home they also stopped over night at their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Van Dyke and family In Ames. Mr. and. Mrs ten. were guests oi mar Netten f atnl J lion on Sunday n supper with them Delmar's. birthday i attended church J1 Calvary Center | n v| Ron Van p e it Friemuth from si spent Saturday < Ray Van Pelt hom "Elliot; move away jrom that new m the Ceramics II class at M-OC High School Karen M*Jlln and Jerry Dykstra have been sculpturing X clay? Here Karen shows off her abstract "Mickey Mantle" and Jerry holds up his owl. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Watson of Alton were guests in the home of Mrs. Charles Vander Stoep on March 8. Mrs. Florence R. Mouw entertained eight women at dinner on Wednesday evening. More credit card protection now Lost or stolen credit cards are less of a menace to their owners, thanks to a new regulation which went into effect in Jan. 1972. The new law says credit cards must carry some form of identification -- signature, photograph, or thumbprint. If cards that don't meet the identification standard are lost or stolen, their owners are not liable for any charges made. This ruling updates the law of January, 1971, which said credit card owners had possible liability of up to $50 for each card that was lost or stolen. Before that there was no limit on the liability— and a person could be liable for a big spending spree of bills. Some companies are issuing new credit cards to meet the identification standard. However, many companies are not. They have decided to take the risk-they feel.that the costs of losses from credit card misuse will probably be less than the costs of issuing new cards to every- 0n No matter what, it is a good idea to keep a list of credit card numbers and company addresses and notify the company when a card is lost or stolen, says Rhonda Notbohm, Extension Assistant. Even though a person may not be liable under the new law, it's possible that he may be billed anyway. And it s very hard to get a computer error corrected. Better to avoid the potential billing and credit rating problems In the first place. "Men i they're all alike!" Yes, as heads of families choose Dutch Mill Pharmacy tcj their prescriptions because give the best in service Mr. Fern Rowenhorst spent the weekend visitingwith Miss Helen Van Wechel in Grinnel, Iowa. On Sunday both Mrs. Rowenhorst and Miss Van Wechel were guests of Senator and Mrs. Rudy Van Drie at the concert given by the Boston Symphony in Ames, Iowa. Miss Van Wechel returned to Orange City with Mrs. Rowenhorst and is her houseguest for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Ommeren and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vermeer of Boyden were Sunday afternoon guests in the Joe Van Ommeren home. Margie Vande Kieft engaged to Wesley Koedam Mr. and Mrs. John Vande Kfeft of Maurice, la., announce the engagement of their daughter, Margie, to Wesley, Koedam son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Koedam of Alyord, la. Wes is employed at Allies Oil Co. in Rock Rapids. Margie is a senior at Maurice- Orange City High School. No wedding date has been set. Local Nem Mr. and Mrs. Simon Harmelink drove to Kansas .City Tuesday to see the Northwestern basketball team compete in the first round of the NAIA tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink and Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Vries accompanied them. They were guests in the Dennis Harmelinkhome in Overland Park, Kansas. Cookies for Sharing Mrs. Ray Van Pelt, Miss Ben Meendering, Mrs. Darlo Schaap and Mrs. Stan Altena attended a Beauty Convention and Show in Sioux City this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pals from Sibley attended the Concert program Tuesday evening with Dr. and Mrs. Peter Pals. Later they were guests In the Peter Pals home. Curity Tape Tab Disposable Diapers 30 for $1.77 Walgree Baby oj Reg. $1.19 NO\| See our baby ads weekly in this ne\ Dutch Mill Pharmi Dial 737-4844 Orange City, Iowa •Schreiner, 1 FROSTED APRICOT SQUARES Makes 16 squares 'A cup butter or margarine One 3-oz. phff. cream cheese They named fhe BABY Mr and Mrs. Harlan De Jong of Hospers became the proud parents of a daughter, Jennifer Kay, on March 9. She weighed in at 8 Ib. 4-< oz. and her mother is the former Glenda Rensink. Quint Alan is the newest arrival at the Lloyd Holies home in Granville. He arrived March 10 and tipped[the scales at 8 Ib. Z\ oz. His mother is the former Elizabeth Reichle. Julie Marie is the newest addition to the Bob Pohlen family in Hospers. Julie's birth weight "was 7 Ib. 12 oz. and her mother is the former Mary Ellen Haupert. Karen and Henry Leusink are the parents of a son born March 13. Little Mr. Leusink tipped the scales at ?0™bs 10i oz His mother's maiden name was Kuiken. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bogaard, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw, Judy Lenderink and Randy Lubbers participated at lay witness in the First Reformed Church in Friesland, Wisconsin last week and also helping in their other activities.^ Miss Ada and Mildred Ver Steeg, Mrs. Coba Mackle and Mrs. Maragret Van Horssen from Bellflower, California returned on Tues. after spending approximately six weeks in Florida. 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons water l'/3 cups quick or old fashioned oats, uncooked Filling: 1/4 cups chopped dried apricots % cup sugar '/i teaspoon salt '/» teaspoon ginger 1 cup water Dough: % cup firmly packed brown sugar For filling, combine apricots, sugar, salt, ginger and water in saucepan. Simmer 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally until thick. Cool to room temperature. For dough, beat together brown sugar, butter and cream cheese just until smooth. Add flour; mix until just blended. Stir in water and oats. For base, evenly spread half of dough into a greased 9-inch square baking pan; chill. Chill remaining dough, then roll out between 2 pieces of waxed paper to form a 9-inch square. Spread filling over base. Remove waxed paper from one side of remaining dough. Place dough over filling; remove top piece of waxed paper. Gently press edges of dough together to seal in the filling. Bake in preheated moderate oven (350°F.) for about 30 minutes. Cool. Cut into squares. Frost with confectioners sugar frosting. PUBLIC LECTURE A distinctively Reformed Lecture Serie\ We cordially invite the com'munity to share in the opportunity to hear these lectures on these timely subjects. t , THEME: THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS Wedneday, March 22, 8 p.m. Lecture 11: "The Power to Witness" Rev Richard G. Moore, Doon Protestant Reformed Church, treating the ques Is the Neo-Pentacostal movement a proper example of this power: What piac the converstion experience have in this connection. Wednesday, March 29, 8 p.m. Lecture 111: "The Activity of Witness" Rev. Jason Kortering, Hull Protestant Reformed Church, treating the quesd Do the "Jesus People" have a Scripturally sound stand? Is the "campus ciij method" proper? All at Hull Protestant Reformed Church The general Public Is cordially invited to attend. Sponsored by the ReftMj Witness Committee of the area Protestant Reformed churches. i ** In Person!!** Fabulous TV Stars! Grand Ole Opry Stars! RCA Recording Artists! * THE * PORTER WAGONER SHOW STARRING * PORTER WAGONER * DOLLY PARTON * Speck Rhodes The Wagonmasters ONE NIGHT ONLY' MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM! SIOUX CITY, IOWA SAT.. MAR 18-8 P. M Tickets al Audilorium Bo* Office AdultJ, Adv. *3. Dooi $3.50.- Child *1 Auspices Morningiide Commercial Club, ^ SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 16, 1972 "Alcohol--How Long Will It Be Before It presents a Problem or a Tragedy to Your Family" Sioux County Republican Women are presenting an Interesting and vital panel discussion for all interested women in the county. This is a brunch, March 17, 9:30 a.m. at the Holland House in Sioux Center. Cost is $1.00 per plate. SOME QUESTIONS TO BE DISCUSSED 1. Do laws protect the guilty or innocent? 2. How will the new law, the 18 year old right to drink, affect your family? 3. Why have alcohol accidents more than doubled in the last 8 yrs.? 4. The Iowa legislative view on 18 yr. old right to drink & OMVI laws. Members of the panel —Moderator, Mrs, Margaret Samanl, Sioux Center, 1. Iowa Safety Patrolmen - Jim Bonnstetter. 2. Director of Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center in Spencer, Mr. Jess Bostdns. 3. Representative Elmer Den Herder, 4. Former circuit judge, now juvenile court referee, A. R. Nelson, Cherokee. 5. An area 18 year old will discuss pro and S con of the right to drink. N Come and be a part of this vital and Informative hour. In the Orange City area, call Mrs. Charles Van Hofweeen no. 737-478,9. A new gas dryer keeps your soft things softer. Gosh Mom, that's soft." Replace your old gas dryer with a new gas dryer. Your clothes are modern. Is your dryer? „_ - Natural Gas. The Premium Fuel. Northern Natural Gas Company The .pipeline serving Natural Gas to your local gas company ' \ \ , X \

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