Cherokee publisher's view* o* Blk 45, Ames Addn by Tom Miller In Cherokee Dally Times reporters. rvss __ b t we do not offer ""'• Services held for Mrs. A. M, Van Wyk- wrc A M. Van Wyk nee Mennle Vander WlH) passed S Wednesday, M*wh IB, 1Q72 at the Heritage Home In 19 city, She has been & current e//ort to expand. eno ring but ineru comes a time in any should receive more consideration cash register. And now is one of those times We're talking about an effo?t current* , beinijmjd. by ag Back vears ago. every newspaper, weekly or daily, had m..r>«!t the money necessary/or a once a we«« The Daily Times, from a cost standpoint, was just - large enough to go all the way - press included. ' --."-•-- .•« the $75,000 — and not use /unction. ooo But we hedge our bets. We also produce our own Now we find ourselves in an odd P°«*«>»_ •_ _.,. metnmor. If ne WC ? r m"" w* /~l compuncto]* about M. d.r.ct.on. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9994 Stella I, Sch- lecty, deceased. Probate 9995 Herman J. Vander Maten, deceased. Probate 9996 Martin Van Peursem, Conservatorshlp. Probate 9997 Jake Dulster- mars, deceased. DC 13970 Sam P. De J° n S vs Iowa Employment Sec Comm (Equity) NEW AUTOS Dick Van Wyk, "wdn, Olds, joe Van Roekel, Soo Cen, U David Lee Henderson, RV, BU AUan Louis Brinkman.Hud- Chev. T ._ Harold C. Toenjes, Irtn, ""But Snta small town. In /act, it is a community is slowly shrinking in upon itself. „ ich on and the most workers misjudged meetings o/ public bodies newsworthy of happenings.- But Frank and his idealistic S °rh1y wanted only to write about momentous events of substance And they looked down their nose at human nitty-g"itty- births, deaths, weddings, hospitalizations, - C 'so Th7i^cepta a n'ce in Orange City was not of a our faces at the same time. Be Record DISTRICT COURT The Estate of John J. Van Oort is now closed and the executor Is discharged. The Estate of the late Leo H. Relstoffer paid in the sum of $3,504.92 In partial payment of Inheritance Tax. Sam P. De Jong has filed suit against the Iowa Employment Security Commission. De Jong questioning his contribution rate on his taxable payrolls In 1970 and 1971. The Estate of the late Herman L. Mouw paid the sum of $149.25 In full payment of Inheritance Tax. DEED FILED jg Arie De Boom, Soo Cen, This week they moved into Le Mars with a shopper- type publication - ads from wherever they could'get them and news turned out by a one-person staff. Actually, the Daily Times has nothing to do with the publications it prints except to carry out the work func- '"BU! Bowers' Le Mars effort is not journalism by any .stretch of the imagination. It is advertising enterprise. Period And we feel that someone has to speak up to point The dce is important in Le Mars. Because the dailv there is doing a responsible job - coming out five days a week with a completely-local product whtch Ta7nea e commun«y effort and you'll /ind the Le Mars Sentinel has plugged it. Name a problem on a community or Plymouth county level and you'll /ind that the Sentinel has covered it /airly and completely. Workers on the Sentinel are aware of their duties and responsibilities. Less than a decade ago ther « were two papers in Le Mars. Each was marginal /inancially because the market actually could support only one good The surviving Sentinel is more than a newspaper — it is a newspaper-plus, running scared and doing its utmost o provide a P rea P residents with a true and faithful report of day-to-day social outputs - whether they be tremendously important or of the nitty-gritty type. OOO You might ask what axe the Daily Times has to grind in this matter. And rightfully so. Lloyd Richard Ball, Referee to Arlln A. Juffer Ni 28-9447 $101,500. Gerrit Harskamp & wf to Leslie J. Punt & wf Pt L 2 In Aud Irr Sur of NE^ 8-9545, Soo Cen $2800. Soo Co, la to City of Soo Cen, la Pt SEi NE^ 11-9545 $1 Pch'oeneman Bros Co, Hwdn to Robert D. Short & wf L 1, Blk 2, Parkview Addn, Hwdn $1 Edward Oldenkamp & wf to Richard E. Schnurr & wf Pt L 1, Blk 26, 2nd Addn, Hospers $1. „ . Harriet Te Stroete & hs to Fred Reekers & wf Pt SWJfSWi 4.95-43 $1. Harry Van Egmond & wf to Willard L. Huizenga & wf Pt Ls 3 & 4, Blk 2, OC $6800. Nellie E. Meier etal to Bernard A. De Jong Pt EyNW| & Pt NEi SWi & Si SWi 20-95-44 $1. Gary Kroeze & wf to Peter E. Zwagerman & wf L 1 Blk4,Jonker's Addn,OC$l. Fred De Jong & wf to Gary L. Horstman & wf L 7, East Addn, Hull $4000. Delmar Vink, etal, Extrs to Nettie Van Leeuwen Ls 3 & 4, Blk 20, Hull $7000. Eva K. Heuer, sgl to Jerome S. Munro & wf Pt L 4, Blk 45, Ames Addn to Clpe $1. Adrlana Boer, sgl toHarlyn Kempema & wf Pt L 2, Boer Addn, RV $12,000. John Vande Hoef & wf to Arlyn D. De Wild S| L 6, Blk 12, Hull $1. Christian Wynia & wf to Henry Den Herder Pt SE ? SE£ 30-96-45$!. Cornelius Moerman etal to Magdalena Rensink Pt Ls.7 & 8 in Aud Subd of SE^ SE^ 5-95-45, Soo Cen$l. Henry Den Herder & wf to Christian Wynia Pt SE^ SE, & Si NE£ SEi 30-96-45 $23, 412 Marie Kuyper, sgl to^ohn B Broek ET NE^ & NE^ SE^ 12-96-46 $54,000. Virgil Kots & wf to Tony De Haan & wf Pt L 13, Blk 12, Den Herder-Mulder Addn, Soo Cen $33,000. Delmar Vink, etal, Extrs to Jake H. Vande Brake SE^ 2297-45 $75,200. George De Ruyter etal to Dan De Ruyter & wf Pt L 7, De Ruyter's Addn, Soo Cen $1. George De Ruyter etal to Gerrit Vande Hoef & wf L 6 & Pt L 7, De Ruyter's Addn, Soo Cen $1. John Broek & wf to Gerald Wayne Bruxvoort & wf L 11 & Pt L 12, Blk 5, West First Addn OC $10. Alvln Oldenkamp & wf to William B. Oldenkamp S^NE^ 9-96-43 $1, •• ' Steve Vanden Brink, etal to John B. Van Voors'. .Ej-NE^- SEi 7 & Frl. N| SW| B-.9645 $1. City of Hwdn, la to Gerald T. Bradley & wf Pt N-j °Lee Raymond Plendl, Maurice, Plymouth. Harold Simunek, Inwood, Plymouth. „ . Lonnie R. Bowden, Hwdn, Plymouth. _ George Kooi, Jr., Soo Cen, Bulck. Roger Robert Hodgson, Hwdn, Ford. James E. Davelaar, Irtn, Ford. Raymond G. Van Dyke, Hospers, Toyota. Willard G. Vande Hoef, Soo Cen, Chev. . William Tolman, OC, Fora. She was married to Van Wyk March 2, 1MB. £Xt£?fi5ftx ?-rtss^vGn ="'«« and 1 grandson Steven Vei- ""JSrvlving relatives areSo- nhla De Graaf, Orange City, C John Van WykSanborn, la Gilbert Van Wyk, Bell- lower Calif, Mrs. Rodney Veiling (Irene), Orange City, la. Mrs. Eugene Te Grotenhuis (Leola), Orange Clty.Ia., also 24 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren. . She was a member of the First Reformed Church of Orange City. .. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Eissens and Rev. Van Heukelom officiating. pallbearers were Arwin Van Wyk, Gerald Dunn Arlan Van Wyk, Dennis Van Wyk Rod Vellinga and Gary Te Grotenhuis. Shellah De Beer thought It was appropriate for tn make a collage of sports events because she I 1 cheerleader. Shelfah Is a member of M-OCHlghScho Ceramics class. Local NEW TRUCKS Far Mut Coop Co, Hospers, Ford, „,, William S. Koedam, RV, International. Vlsser Feed & Produce Inc. Hull, International. John H. Nlbbellnk, OC, International. Diamond Products Co. OC, Ford. . Sam Koolman, RV, Ford. Gerald Van Tubergen, Hospers, Chev. Crelghton Wegner, Hwdn, Chev. • . Ten Napel Bros, Irtn, Ford. Last Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. Wm. Van Gorp, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie and Leon Vander Laan and Jean Young from Dorchester, la. Mrs. G.J. Slobe entertains the Bridge Club this afternoon (Thursday.) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Netten of Greeley, Colo., spent last weekend in Orange City coming especially for the funeral of Mrs. A.M. Van Wyk on Saturday. They also visited in the Dennis Netten home on Friday evening. The residents of the Holland Manor Apartments honored Dr. and Mrs Peter Pals and daughter, Robin, at a 6:00 p.m. dinner on Saturday evening at the Dutch Mill Restaurant. The Pals family will be moving the first part of April to the former Virgil Rowenhorst residence. . Mr Leon Vander Laan and Jean Young visited in the parental Bud Vander Laan home last Sunday through Friday, then again returning to Dorchester. On Wednesday evening they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan. Mr. and Mrs. John'Kals- beek and Paul from Sioux City visited with relatives in Orange City on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Craig Spirek spent the weekend visiting with relatives in Fort Dodge. Sunday evening the] days of Ben Geslnk old City and Debra Geslnkd City were celebrated! home of Mr. and Mrs| Geslnk of Sioux City. I were Mr. and Mrs. I Windt, Mrs. Lois Sneiq family of Orange City, Mrs. John Gesink of I City and Mr. and Mrs! De Jong and Bryan of f City. Mr. and Mrs. NelJ Jong, Mr. and Mrs.SH erichs and family of La and Miss Mabel SchI Le Mars celebrated thl days of Paul and Lynnel mendyk and Curtis Frei Le MarsattheLeonardl mendyk home Sunday < Rachel Vander La| Linda Schoep are i teaching in the Luvero public school for 8-9] Both girls are sen) Northwestern. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family spent the weekend visiting In. the Don Vander Vegte home in Sioux Falls. Also guests in the Don Vander Vegte home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vander Vegte from Minneapolis. DON'T BE DECEIVED savin FOR A SOLID FAM| BASE Thank You! By Changing Only The Finish We Can Quote 20 DIFFERENT PRICES The Northwestern College Basketball team and coaching staff wish to express their appreciation for the tremendous support that the community has given us . we think it's great and feel that it had a lot to do with our success, Thank you! ^rT^C^T^ on the ABOVE Monument REMEMBER: There are four basic considerations that determine the price of a monument! £ Type of Granite • Quality of Granite £ Size of Memorial • Finish on Memorial >i A solid family base for now and for the future begins v/| financial security. 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