The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 30, 1972 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1972
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y . Kite flying season is In full swing now with the spring winds. Children are (pied to be careful where they fly them--not near wires. Randy Colisd (holding kite), eff and Randy Kleinwolterlnk lost their kite to a tree. The CAPITAL photographer helped the boys get the kite down. ; jurors for session Ijory List, Sioux County, Names of Petit Jurors L (or Second Session [ District Court, 1972. Addtnk, Sioux Center yBaartman, Boyden Baltzer, Hospers lyBIndner, Alton .Hankers, Sheldon sBoeyink, Sioux Center fee Boon, Sioux Center (Bossard, Sheldon ie Brunstlng, Hawarden Icannegieter, Rock Val- iDraayer, Orange City ra, Boyden s, Hawarden >Gaalswyk,RoekVal- nVanGlnkel.RockVal- s E.Graham, Hull | Critters, Sioux Center Van Gorp, Hospers • d Gorzeman, Hull i J. De Haan, Orange Heemstra, Orange Heubner, Hawarden IsHeuer, Hawarden feuslnkveld, Sioux Cen- Sifllll, Hawarden homan, Alton lorn, Boyden I, Kelzer, Hull fcL.Koele, Hull II B. Koerselman, Hull I Koolma, Rock Valley I Kramer, Sioux Center \ Kulper, Hospers s Lankhorst, Hawarden |De Lire, Hull t G, Meendering, Sioux iler |i!eendering, Rock Val- eenderlng, Hull , Moim, Sioux Center lePiathe, Granville I Powell, Orange City toak, Orange City Ifanshau, Rock Valley Van Roekel, RockVal- |toe!ofs, Rock Valley Ruyter, Boyden ' Schmidt, Rock Valley us Schmit, Hospers '••Schutt, Sioux Center Her, Sioux Center TeStroete, Hospers •>«, Hawarden .Orange City H. Vlletstra, Orange • Westergard, Ireton •-amp, Alton Poiidstra, Hospers I'Mger, Boyden P Voungkin, Hawarden Zevenbergen, Alton ps held for 'John Koppenol h hn C.Koppenol,nee f s ,°" Passed away W2 at her home \°t a heart attack. ,. '"on, Iowa on March ™, she was married to K of Grand " c > a n onNov- L" 0. She leaves to r .»««>ne, her hus- « . 0nof 0na - Iowa Services held for Mrs. Kate Hoffs Mrs. Kate Hoffs nee Van Zyl was born May 7, 1897 at Hospers. On January 21, 1920 she was united In marriage to Joe Hoffs at Hospers. She Is survived by the widower and the following children: Mrs. Arie Brink (Eleanor) of Storn Lake and Mrs. Robert Hofmeyer (Jolene) of Hospers. One son, Leroy preceded her on February 10, 1940. There are eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She Is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Cornie Van Zyl of Gresham, Oregon, Mrs. Lena We'sselink of Sandy, Oregon and Mrs. A. E. Rackes of Holland, Michigan. Two brothers and two sisters preceded her. Mrs. Hoffs passed away at the Orange City Hospital on Sunday, March 26, 1972. She had been in the hospital for about two weeks after suffering a heart attack. Funeral services were held at 10:30 . a.m. Wednesday, March 29 at the First Reformed Church of Hospers with Rev. Richard Groenhout officiating. The organist was Mrs. Raymond Van Dyke. Pallbearers were Nelson Nlemvenhuis, James Huygens, Henry Te Stroete, Ed Van Surksum, Gerrit VanSurksurn and John Solsma, Jr. Spring Conference at Prirnghar The Spring Conference of the East Sioux Classis of the Reformed Church will be held at the American Reformed Church of Primghar on Wednesday, April 5. Worship services will begin at 10:00 a.m.. and 1:30 p.m., The theme will be "Alive In Christ". Speakers for the morning session will include Mrs. Reynold Van Gelder (Alton), representative on the Board of Managers and Miss Arlene Schulteman, Sioux Center Missionary to Ethiopia. Afternoon speaker will be Dr. Beth Marcus, Secretary of Adult Voluntary Services, the new office responding to the great number of applications from those who want "to do something". The conference offeringwill be used for Volunteer Services. New officers will be elected and installed. Mrs. Willis Rozteboom of Orange City, East Sioux Union President, will preside at the meet- Ings. local New Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Vermeer returned home Sunday evening after attending the wedding of her sister,. Ruth Vonk to Kent Higgins in Denver on Saturday. Mrs. Katie Raak called on her brother, Ed Wassenaar, Mrs. Martha Nielson from Marcus, became a resident of the home last week Wed. Her callers on Mon. were Mr. Andrew Juhl from Le Mars, Rev. and Mrs. Hilt from Marcus, Mr. Ben Velt- huis from Carnes and Mrs. Anna VanderSchaaf fromHos* pers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer and son from Quimby visited Miss Martha Meyer on Sun. Mon., Mrs. Minhie Steuvens called on her. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Te Brink and family from Denver, Colo, visits their mother, Mrs. Bert Te Brink while visiting in this com- munitv. Mrs. Walter Vander Wilt and Mrs. A.J. Vander Wilt from Sioux Center called on Mrs. Sarah Van Zee Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wiersma and children from Independence, la., called on Mr. and Mrs. Evert Reinders while in this vicinity. Friday morning coffee guests in the home of Mrs. John Vermeer were Mrs. Marion Wiersma, Mrs. Bernard Wobbema and Mrs. Bertha Jonker. Bruce Visser spent some time in the homo of his mother, Mrs. Henry Visser while on Spring Break from Calvin College. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smlt and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Klompenburg were last Thurs. evening dinner guests in the John Vermeer home. Mario Van Klompenberg from Rockford, 111. will be arriving on Friday to spend the Easter weekend with his parents, the William Van Klompenberg's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyan were pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening at a belated 45th anniversary party. Taking them out to dinner at the Auto Dine in Sioux Center -were Mrs. Herbert Huisman, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Tony Van Ort, Mr; 1 and Mrs, Bill Van Rooyan and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Fonkert from Luverne. After dinner a social eveningwas spent in the Van Rooyan home. The couple was presented with a lovely gift by the guests. Mrs. Wm Westras visitors were Mr. anri Mrs. H. Hok- lln from Sioux City Tues. morning, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pluim from Sioux Center and Glenda De Boom from Lynden Washington, Sat. Mrs. Grace Engbers visited in the Jim Heynen home at Hull Fri. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones from Hawarden called on Mrs. Gertie Grifhorst Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vander Zwaag from Hull and Mrs. Frank Bomgaars called on Mrs. Agnes Geisen Friday evening. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Ag- Giesen, Mrs. Wm. Westra and Miss Dora Dykstra were invited to the Ike Van Klompenberg home to celebrate the birthday of Miss Dykstra. Mr. Henry Stuit who has resided at the home for four years and now was hospitalized for two weeks, left Wed. to enter a nursing home in Calif, to be near his brother and other relatives. Mr. Gerrit De Vries called on Mrs. Al Hoogland at the Sioux Center Nursing Wing Thursday. Wednesday evening he went to Cleghorn to celebrate the birthday of his grandaughter at the Milton Remes home. Saturday he attended the funerals of Mr. Charlie Koopman at Maurice and Mr. Arie Raaven- swaay at Ireton. Sunday afternoon, he visited his son's family the Harold De Vries at Hull and Monday the Alfred De Vries family. Farewell and welcome party A neighborhood gathering was held at the Myron Van Peursem home on Friday evening, March 24. The occasion was a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink and daughters who have moved to 507 2nd St. N.E. in Orange City and a welcome for Mr. and Mrs. DaveHarirmlink and Cristi. Dave has just completed 2 years in the service a.nd is now farming. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloemendaal, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rens, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bloemendaal and Mr. and Mrs. Alden Menning. Clip NOW and SAVE! Your Tickets to Greater Values! TICKET TO VALUE 20 % OFF on any blouse, body shirt or jean top Good only Mch. 30 & 31, April 1 & 3 Dykema's TICKET TO VALUE Nylon Shag TICKET TO VALUE SERTA PERFECT SLEEPER Foam Rubber or Innerspring $129 per set 20 year guarantee Firmest on the market Reg. $7.95 sq. yd. Red, Green. Gold, Blue Green Kraai of Orange City Kraai of Orange City TICKET TO VALUE of seed March 30 & 31, April 1 & 3 E. & J. Gift & Variety TICKET TO VALUE This ticket worth $2.00 on a 5 piece place setting of Noritake China Van Gelder Jewelry w ur. and Mr ; w jwji from felHoH »^* teb wte°thJS TICKET TO VAWE 39<? Scotch Tape 2 rous 39c Chewing Gum Special 5/250 Wrlgleys, Clarks, Dentvne Expires 4-6-72 The Village Drug TICKET TO VALUE Have beautiful hands, receive FREE MANICURE with purchase of $5.00 of Revlon, Coty, DuBarry or Faberge Cosmetics or makeup. Expires 4-15.72. Manicures by appointment. The Village Drug ADMISSIONS MAURICE Ralph Zwart, March 22 ORANGE CITY Mrs. 'Stan Van Otterloo, March 22; Mrs. Rod Vande Grlend, March 23; Albert Vander Berg, March 24: Julie Top, March 23. HAWARDEN Sue Huenink, March 23; Mrs. Bert Bolluyt, March 27 ALTON Clifford Top, March 23 HOSPERS Jeff Hulst, March 23 SHELDON Mark Van Roekel, March 23 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Vernon Noteboom and baby, March 21; Arie Boone, March 22; Dick Andringa, March 22; Mrs. W.K. Price, March 22; Mrs. Gerald Bouma, March 23; Mrs. Charles Sterrenburg, March 25; Clara Bergsma, March 25; Julie Top, March 26; Mrs. Rodney Vander Griend, March 27; Mrs. Stan Van Otterloo, March 27 LE MARS Mrs. Gary Habben and baby, March 21 HAWARDEN Sue Huenink, March 23 HOSPERS Jeffrey Hulst, March 24 MAURICE Mrs. Rodney Kluis and baby, March 24; Ralph Zwart, March 25 ALTON Clifford Top, March 26 SHELDON Mark Van Roekel, March 25 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Aalbers, Diana Aalbers and Mrs. Matilrla Vander Wilt attended the Easter cantata at the /ion Reformed Church of Sheffiod, Iowa, Sunday evening. Dan De Haas, a student of Kansas State, is spending the Easter weekend in the Bud Aalbers homo, Mr. and Mrs. John Lind, Nicole and Bryan from Spencer and Mrs. Pete Harmelink were Sunday dinner guests in the homo of Mrs. Gerrit Vrie/e. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Zwagerman from Ames spent the weekend in the William Van Rooyan homo. Irene Schnee and Peggy Klein were Sunday evening coffee guests in the Mrs. Margaret Haack. Deb Hanson, a student at Augustana College is spending a week in the parental Mario Hanson home for Easter. Mr. Chuck Herrig is vacationing in California and Oregon for two weeks, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Herrig went to Ames Friday and visited their son Don. From there the Her rigs went to Marshalltown and visited their daughter Cathy, who just completed a teaching assignment, and moved her back to Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Herrig and Cathy then went to Dubuque and visited their daughter and sister, Jolene, who teaches there. The Her- rigs returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Kass and family of Minn., Minn., will spend the Easter weekend with his mother, Mina Kass. They will all enjoy Easter Sunday dinner in the Don Kass homo at Sioux City. Mrs. Jeromo Kelien and children will spend tho Raster weekend with her parents in Omaha, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lincoln returned homo from California whore they visited their son, Lt. Lincoln,atHun- nington Beach. Mrs. Willard Marra and Don Tim will spend five days including Easter in the Earl Parsons homo at Dubuque. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mie- tlema and family were Monday evening supper guests in the Andy Miedema home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Scholten visited their sons, Clifford and Jerry and families at Winterset this past weekend. ST. MARY'S SCHEDULE Thursday: Mass at 8:00 a.m. Mass at 7:30 p.m. Adderation until 12 p.m. Friday: Liturgical Service at 1:30 p.m. Confessions half hour before and at 3,4, 5 p.m. after Fri. service . Stations of Cross at 7:30 p.m. Friday evening. Holy Saturday: Sacred Liturgy at 8:00 p.m. Sunday: Mass at 7:30 a.m. Mass at 9:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smeenk of Harrisburg, S.D. were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Te Grotenhuis. They had come especially for the funeral of Mrs. Richard Oordt. Kite flying time handle them with care! With warm spring breezes already blowing around the corner, it's quickly becoming a prime time for kite-flying fans to head for the open fields. This spring, you will want to be sure neither you nor your children fly kites constructed with dangerous materials. Especially dangerous is the use of any metal parts in the kite construction . , . including the tail of the kite and the string used to fly it. There have been reports in the past of string containing metal fiber being used. We suggest you follow these four friendly hints for safer kiting: 1. Keep your kite away from all electric wires and antennas, 2. Use only dry, cotton string to attach to your kite, 3. Never use any metal in kite construction or as part of the tail, 4. Should your kite ever get tang led up on wires -- or poles anywhere, never try to climb up and get it down, Keep these few points in mind and you'll have more fun and a much safer kiting experience this year. Orange City Municipal Utilities Phone 737-4215 (during day); 737-4241 (at night)

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