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'HOAG ff. u'vNIj i.;Jvi-'. SPRINGPORT MICHIGAN COVP ; Sing "Alleluia!" Christ is Ri, , , and the Divine Miracle Easter, the glorious message of ster live forevermore. At this y, happy season, voices raised song and pyayer are eloquent :h gratitude for God's great gift man, for hope fulfilled and faith umphant, for spiritual blessings nlfold, and joy everlasting. At Eastertide, the light that shines a youngster's eyes, the sound of [young voice joyously proclaiming glory of the Day may well nbolize for all of us the hope promise that is Easter. As gather in the House of the Lord, j. our family and friends, may 'Easter season bring to us spiri- .strength and joy. OOD FRIDAY SERVICES oiiversation with His iles Thursday, March 30 formed Church Elssens eiJn, 15 & 16 ords of Calm Before trm" iPrleslly Prayer tolght w. Alliance Church Van Kekerix e:Jn. 17:20 Intercedes for Bets" i the Garden o, Friday, March 31 stormed Church VanHeukelom % Malt. 26;39 it Step" Gethsemane Friday, March 31 of God Church Kkppinger kales his Lord Three Before Dawn" * Rock v «tey was sworn in at the mee W n 6 of the Sioux County Board n , ~ ond *y morning. He will serve the oheh rrlt J ' Brands, deceased. Dorhout l Border iu arcl by county auditor M, J. Van Wyk, v.«S e Van Roekel an(1 clerk of district Broek, Feeders'well received' in Washington His Trial 9:00 a.m. Friday, March 31 Faith Lutheran Church Hwy.' 10 East Rev. L. Riemer "Tried by Men" The Crucifixion 12:00 noon Friday, March 31 American Reformed Church Rev. A. Hook Scripture: Lk. 23:33-43 "Were You There?" Atonement by Death 3:00 p.m. Friday, March 31 Trinity Reformed Church Scripture: Matt. 27:45-54 & Jn. 19: 28-30 "Miracle at Calvary" Burial of Christ 6;00 Friday, March 31 Calvary Christian Reformed Church Rev. E. Blankespoor Matt. 27: 57-61 "Silence" The front end of the F.V. school bus driven by Clifford Top of Alton was badly damaged, as can be seen in these two photos, after it ran into the back of the bus driven by Gerrlt H. Gesink of Alton. Top reported the brakes failed so he could not stop. The brake system was so extensively damaged that is was reportedly impossible to determine its condition before the collision. "We were well received," reported O.C. Mayor Bob Dunlop on his return as a part of a Sioux County delegation that went to Washington, D.C.Mon- day to discuss retail meat prices with officials. Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz met Tuesday afternoon with the delegation of Sioux County, Iowa farmers and businessmen led by Mayor Harlan Hummel of Hawarden and Bob Dunlop of Orange City. The group came to Washington to present rural America's side of the meat price controversy. Sixth District Congressman Wiley Mayne arranged the conference and took the group to the secretary's office. Livestock producers in the delegation gave Secretary Butz facts and figures to use in rebutting charges that farmers are to blame for recent hikes in retail meat prices. Butz commended thelowans for coming to Washington and said he found their presentation most helpful and "right on target." He singled out Frank Buyonlk, a Hawarden farmer, for special praise in having "told it like it really is in language all Amercans can understand." Butz pledged to continue to speak out for American farmers, defending them from "fake charges" that they are responsible for inflation. After a half hour with Butz, the meeting continued for another hour with Clarence D. Palmby, assistant secretary for international affairs and commodity programs. Earlier in the day, nine Congressmen and Sen. Jack Miller, R-Iowa, met with the delegation in the House of Agriculture Committee hearing room. The Sioux Countians took charge In presenting a detailed explanation of current farm costs and income and In answering intensive questioning by the Congressmen. The feeders expressed particular concern about being blamed for rising retail prices of meat, meat imports and restrictions on their exporting hides. One particular example cited relative to counter prices was that slab bacon was priced at 59? a pound but the same bacon sliced and packaged was priced at $1.29 a pound. The feeders were told by the Congressmen, "You're the men we want to hear from— come back in April for the Congressional committee hearing. The group met with Bill Me Mlllen, the American National Cattlemen's Assoc. legislative representative after their arrival on Monday and were briefed by him as to what is happening in Washington relative to the charges producers are responsible for high meat prices. Sioux County feeders and farmers in the group were Glenn Gregg, Sioux County Cattle Feeders Assoc. president; John Cleverlnga, Sioux County Pork Producers Assoc. president; Frank Buy- onik, cattle and hog feeder; Sievert Van Berkum, cattle feeder and past president of the Sioux County Cattle Feeders Assoc; and Sid Vander Griend, cattle feeder and pork producers. Accompanying the group were Eldin Berge, So. Dak, feeder and LaverneGus- tafson, Cherokee County far- mer. Principal organizers for the trip were Joe Maher, Hawarden Independent publisher; Hawarden mayor Harlin Hummel; Glenn Gregg and Frank Buyonik. Also on the delegation were Dale Den Herder of Sioux Center, banker and secretary of the Sioux County Municipal League and Earl V. Slife.jr., Hawarden city attorney. Rep. Mayne and 1st District Congressman Frank Denholm of South Dakota were hosts for the meeting. Mayne is Republican and Rep. Denholm is a Democrat. Other Congressmen participating were H. R. Gross, R-Iowa; Neal Smith, D-Iowa; Fred Schwengel, R-Iowa; John Kyi, R-Iowa; John M. Zwach, R-Minn; Arthur A. Link, D- N.D., and John G. Dow, D- N.Y. Afte the meeting, Congressman Mayne stated, "I certainly want to congratulate these public spirited citizens for taking the time and incurring the expense to bring their important message to us in the nation's capital at this crucial time. Their trip is truly an impressive example of democracy in action." Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, la.) Corn 1.11 Oats 69 Soybeans 3.19 Top Hogs 23.00 Top Sows 21.25 Orange City Council meets Six injured when 2 F-V buses collide Two Floyd Valley School buses were heavily damaged In a crash last Thursday afternoon at 3;20 p.m. on the Newkirk Blacktop, at the Ron Van't Hof driveway, one mile west of Hospers. The bus driven by Gerrlt H. Gesink of Alton had stopped at the Van't Hof driveway to discharge a student when the other bus driven by Mr. Clifford Top of Alton, crashed Into the back end of Geslnk's bus, causing It to roll onto its right side in the ditch. Mr. Top stated that as» his bus came upon the Gesink bus, his bus had no brakes. Admitted to the Orange City Hospital were: Mark Van Roekel, 11, of Hospers, who received a broken collarbone, a concussion and lacerations and Mr. Cliff Top who suffered lacerations, bruises and a concussion, Ricky Richter, 13, of Hospers was treated at the hospital for a broken thumb and released. Miss Brenda Van Iperen of Hospers received a cut in the back of her head requiring seven stitches. Derick Roos of Hospers received injuries to an ankle requiring stitches. Various students were checked over by their doctors for minor bruises etc. David Vande Weerd age 12 of Alton was treated by an Alton physician Friday afternoon for neck injuries and bruises. The officers reported that Mr Top stated that he thought the brakes on his bus were "spongy" at the last stop, however hedldnotcheckthem, He was charged with failure to stop within an assured clear distance. Sioux County Deputy Sheriff Gordon Abels andlowa Highway Patrolman, Sgt, Laurence Haze investigated the accident. The 1969 Chev. bus driven by Mr. Top received an estimated $4000.00 damage to the front end and the bus driven by Gerrit Gesink, a 1968 Chevrolet received rear end damage estimated at $2,500. NOTICE The Orange City Public Library will be closed on Friday evening, March 31, In observance of Good Friday. It will remain open all afternoon from 1:00-5:00 P.M. Friday. The senior and adult choir of the Free Grace Reformed church of Middleburg will present a cantata "Were You There" on Sunday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. The -director will be Ben Koerselman, The month of April is Can - cer Crusade month, The Orange City campaign will be Initiated by a. "Kick-off" meeting in the Extension office on April 4 at 9;30 A.M. There will be an organizational meeting of the Wee Dutchmen Pre-School for mothers with eligible pre-school children for 1972 on Thursday, April 13, at 8:00 p.m. at 509 Georgia Avenue, SW, Interested mothers are urged to attend or call Mrs. Art Hielkema at 4191. There will be Maundy Thursday Services at the Dover Avenue Alliance Church at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. The Senior Choir will present special music at the service, Renee Roggen gets music camp bid Miss Renee Roggen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Roggen has received word that she received one of the three scholarships given by the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs. Notifying Renee of her selection was Mrs. Herb Osincup, Chairman of the Division of Music of the Iowa Federation. The scholarship is for the Morningside College Music Camp July 23 to July 30. The scholarship will cover tuition, room, and board. The Orange City Council met in regular session to discuss and act on several matters including the following. Putting a stop sign at the alley exit on Albany between Mouw's Super Valu and the Dutch Mill Pharmacy was discussed and referred to the Public Safety Committee. The Council voted to ap- rove parking on the south side only of Second St. between Albany and Frankfort. Members of the O.C. Municipal Hospital Board and the administrator were present to make several requests. They asked that parking stalls be painted on the street adjacent to the hospital and clinic. The matter was referred to the street committee. The group asked for the use of the old fire station for housing the hospital ambulance when the new station is completed. No official action was taken. After a brief discussion and statements by John Te Paske, representing The Democrat, and Wayne Stewart, Sioux County Capital publisher, The council voted to retain The Capital as the official newspaper. The Council approved the request for $500 to help finance the preparation of plans for hospital expansion and Improvements. The council agreed to assist the Hospital Board in obtaining by the County Board to 'purchase an ambulance for each of the four hospitals in Sioux County. Frank De Vrles and Lee Woudstra, representing the Orange City Chamber of Council, requested that the citv help finance the repair and purchase of Christmas street decorations. The Council authorized the expenditure of 6.09 from the liquor pro- fits fund for this purpose subject to participation by the Municipal Utilities and the chamber each matching this amount. Upon the request of the Municipal Utilities Board the Council voted to instruct the city attorney to prepare an ordinance requiring that all utilities (light, water, sewer, gas and underground telephone be installed in new additions to the city in the future. An application by Donald and Laurie Wielenga (Orange City Sanitation) for a license to collect garbage and refuse was approved. The dog ordinance was amended to require that dogs shall not be permitted to run at large at any time. Previously the restriction was from March 15 until Nov. 15. Direct dialing in 0.C. soon The Central Company is presently completing the Installation of additional central equipment that will provide direct distance dialing to Orange City subscribers. The cost of this addition will exceed $15,000, Letters are being sent to subscribers in detail as to the use of D.D.D, as well as an ad in this newspaper's April Annusl O.C,-Alton Coop Oil meeting held last Wednesday The annual meeting of the Farmers Coop Oil Assn. of Orange City and Alton was held Wednesday evening, March 22, at the Orange City Town Hall. Approximately 200 attended. Paul Van Arb and Bernard Reinders were reelected to the board of directors. At the board's reorganiza- tional meeting Paul Van Arb was elected president; Orville Oolman, vice president, and Joe Keller, secretary, Other members of the board are Henry B, Vander Zwaag.Dave Duistermars and Sylvester Hansen. Lunch was served by the wives of the board members and manager Wm. Mullenburg, 6th edition. Customers are urged to use Direct Distance Dialing for all station to station calls. Present plans are to put this service in effect April 9th. Republicans to caucus Tuesday According to Merlyn Rehder, County Chairman, the following precincts will hold their caucus at these locations on Tuesday, April 4 at 8:00 p.m. Orange City-Sioux County Court House Nassau-Alton Town Hall East Orange-Alton Town Hall Sherman-Maurice Fire Station Holland-Sioux County Court House Floyd-Hospers New Town Hall Capel-Capel Center School Welcome-Te Paske Law Office West Branch-Wilmer Rensink Each caucus will elect a commttteeman and committeewoman and select delegates to the county convention which will be held on June 9. All qualified Republican voters are urged to attend. The Annual Slouxland Sunday School Convention will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11 and 12, 1972 at the First Reformed Church of Orange City, Iowa with pastors Dr. R. Van Heukelom and Rev, A. Eissens as our host pastors. The convention speaker and director is Rev. Calvin Hays of Des Moines, Iowa.