The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 6, 1972 · Page 9
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April 6, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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NOTICES NOTICE OF BOND SALE will be received at the office of the Clerk of a until 7iOO o'clock P.M., on the 18th day ,*{. the bonds hereinafter described. At the all sealed bids which have been received o the Council at a meeting then to be held in said City. After the receipt of such sealed L!n bids will be received, and after the close t the sealed bids Will be opened, and the bonds 'Sold to the highest bidder for cash. The bonds to following: principal amount of 1, 1972, and to Services held for Tractor safety John Doornward (Continued from page i) * John B. Doornward, age 74, Plpstone, Minnesota resident, )blds fr" >n< the I'stATlON BONDS, In femWO,00, to be dated May iKrT :'*- «-H follows: iKmoo on November 1, 1975 V'OOO 00 on November 1,1976 i''8'fldO.OO on November 1, 1977 TOOO.OO on November 1, 1978 7600.00 ort November 1, 1979 '••{080.00 on November 1, 1980 fo'/jOO.'oo on November 1, 1981 8000.00 on November 1, 1982 ti'000.00 on November 1, 1983 6000,00 on November 1, 1984 n'ooO.OO on November 1, 1985 tn'oOO.OO on November 1, 1986 Bonds maturing after November 1, 1980, are I notional on November 1, 1980, or on any Interest I nayment date thereafter, In the Inverse order of their numbering. may elect within twenty-four (24) hours from o have bond denominations of either $1,000.00 000,00 each. c| on said bonds will be payable on November 1, fseml-annually on the first day of May and November principal and Interest will be payable at the e Treasurer of Orange City, Iowa. Ls shall specify the rate or rates of Interest, and [things being equal, the bid at par and accrued in- L bid for the lowest Interest rate will be given t, The bonds will be awarded to the bidder offering I Interest cost, which will be determined by aggre- , interest payable by the City over the life of the [accordance with the terms of each bid presented, tlng therefrom the premium, If any, stipulated In i. The rates, not to exceed six (6) In number, Issue must be In multiples of one-eighth (l/8th) intleth (l/20th) of one (1) percent, and all bonds maturing on the same date must bear Interest . rate. Repeating a previously mentioned rate sdtute an additional Interest rate. No bond shall one Interest rate. No bid calling for supple- ins will be accepted. s will be delivered at Orange City, Iowa, Des or Omaha, Nebraska, or such other place as _d upon with the successful bidder; If outside bits of Orange City, Iowa, Des Molnes, Iowa, or febraska, the bidder shall pay the expense of de- jhat place. nd will be sold subject to the approving opinion , Cooney, Dorweller, Allbee & Haynie, Attorneys, Iowa, as to the legality, and their opinion Ished, together with the printed bonds, and all e so conditioned. vlng opinion will be printed on the back of the bonds. ht Is reserved to reject any or all bids. ler of the Council, d and dated March 23, 1972. /s/ Don E. Schreur • Clerk of Grange City,,Iowa [April 6 and 13, 1972, in The Sioux County Capital. Ifewt i Koele and Miss ler of Sioux Falls fster weekend with , and Mrs. Ben |rs,OrvtUeKuiken |lrom Hutchlnson, t a week visit- rtn Vander Wei with Kulken Maurice. They 1 the 64th anni- fjbratlon of their ', and Mrs. Frank |he Maurice Re- rcti on Friday ts, Robert Wine- dKrlsti spent the ' visiting with Huron and hDakota. i in the home ^Mrs, John Van iiind Mrs. Steve IWtyfromBruns- |jfs. Don Hultlnk % are visiting the Henry G. ne Tony Aber- JanKlompen- birthday party » Dykstra of Rl "ne last Tues• Tohelpcele- b 'rthday were Klompenburg, Mrs Gertrude Gertrude West- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gorter and family from Worthington were Easter Sunday guests in the Cornie Mantel home. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bert Menning were Mrs, Ralph De Jong, Mr. and Mrs. Doug De Jong and Grant from Denver, Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Menning and family from New- Wrk, Mr, and Mrs, DonBrux- voort and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hannel from Omaha and Mrs. Joyce Menning and Steven. passed way on Monday, March 27, 1972 at the Plpestone County Hosptal, Plpestone, Minnesota. Funeral services were held on Thursday, March 30, 1972 at The First Reformed Church, Edgerton, Minn., with The Rev. Wm. Kroom, officiating. Music was furnished by Mrs. Har- rV, C ; hoolmeester ' organist and Mrs. Albert Joltnk, vocalist. Pallbearers were: Gordon Van Roekel, Lloyd Van Roekel, Gordon Moeller M L Vanderbush, A.J. Ekdom, and William. H. Berghuls. Tucker's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Burial was at Hillside Cemetary, Edgerton, Minn. John B. Doornwaard was born Nov. 10, 1897 to John and Alyda Rensink Doornwaard on a farm near Sioux Center, Iowa. He attended and graduated from high school In Sioux Center, Iowa and then attended business college in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and worked for one year in the bank at Sioux Center. In 1916 he moved to Edgerton, Minn. where he was employed by the bank there. On Jan. 5, 1922 he was united in marriage to Jennie Sterrenberg at Edgerton, Minnesota. In 1952 his wife passed away and John continued to make his home in Edgerton where he worked in the bank. In 1955 he became the President of the Edgerton State Bank, a position he held until his death. On March 4, 1959 he was united In marriage to Elsie Moeller Ott, and they settled in Pipestone, Minn. In 1968 he retired from active duty at the Bank and they continued to live in Pipestone. He was a member of the First Reformed Church of Edgerton. Besides his many friends he is lovingly remembered by his wife, Elsie; one brother, Gerrit of Sioux Center, Iowa; two sisters; Mrs, Albert Van Roekel of Sioux Center, and Mrs. Dr. Henry Van Roekel of Amherst, Massachusetts. He was preceded in death by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit J. Mouw were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Newen- dorp in Sioux City to help Mark Newendorp celebrate his 5th birthday. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Mouw and family from Melvin and Mr. and Mrs, Lowell Mouw and Jeff from Spencer. Mrs, Ralph De Jong, Mrs, Bert Menning and Mrs, Stella Houtsma attended the funeral of their uncle, Mr. Matt Johnson of Sibley, last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Huisman was a Sunday afternoon guest in the home of Mrs. Minnie Mantel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Rens and girls spent the Easter weekend with the Dick Thomas family at De Soto, Iowa, returning home Monday. John Mulst from Mull, will be the safety Instructors, Four hours of class work and 20 hours of actual machine experience will be Included In the training. Those Interested In the training may still enroll by contacting the Sioux County Extension Service In Orange City or one of the Instructors. The enrollment fee If $10.00 Per student. This course stresses safety and Is not designed to train those enrolled to become proficient operators of the many different brands and types of machines used on our present day farms. Close 2.2 miles of Hiway N of Le Mars Local Newt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bonnema and Craig from Storm Lake were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bonnema at Sioux Center. The Bonnema's had just returned from spending a couple of months in California. Guests in the Ben Van Roekel home on Monday evening as a courtesy for Mr. Chris Den Ouden of Fort Nic Nurray, Canada were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bras from Alton, Mr. and Mrs. John Peuse, Jr. from South Sioux City, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peuse, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Van Berkum and Miss Mattie Peuse, Monday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen were the following nieces and nephews: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boote from Lafayette, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Van Veldhuizen from Rock Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vermeer from Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nikkei from Sully, Iowa were weekend guests in the parental George Vande Kamp, Sr. home. Additional guests on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vande Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Vande Kamp and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Holland and family all from Rock Valley. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Es attended the funeral of Mrs. John Muysman of Sheldon on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowenhorst and family have moved into their new home on Saturday, March 24. The Dr. Peter Pals family moved into the former Rowenhorst home last Friday, March 31. A segment of U.S. 75 in Sioux County was closed to traffic on Monday, April 3, 1972, for reconstruction, tlon, According to Norman Pletsch, Resident Construction Engineer for the Iowa state rtighway Commission in Sioux City, the highway will be reconstructed from the Plymouth County line north 2.2 miles into Sioux County. Work will be completed and the highway opened to traffic by late this year, weather permitting. . During the construction period, the traffic will be detoured from Le Mars to Alton on Iowa 60 and from Alton to U. S. 75 on Iowa 10. Contracts for the work are to Van Busklrk Construction for grading and paving, Pierce Construction for culverts and Christensen Brothers Construction for bridges. Total project costs are approximately $898,000,00, Kickoff meeting for Cancer Crusade The Orange City Cancer Crusade got off to a good start with a Kickoff Meeting Tuesday morning with 30 volunteer Crusaders and Chapter Board members present. Miss Ada Versteeg, Chapter Chairman presided. Mrs. R. J. Hassebroek reported on the service that was given during the past year. Miss Helen Rozeboom reported on Educational activities, and Mrs. Olin Reiniger presented Crusade Information. Mrs. Irene Tatman, Field Representative showed films: A VERY SPECIAL CHILD; TAKE TIME OUT FOR LIFE; and December 23, 1971., the historical moment when President Nixon signed the "Conquest of Cancer Act." President Nixon said: "The Federal Campaign against cancer in no way diminishes the continuing importance of private and voluntary activities. It is essential that the American Cancer Society continue to play Its full effective role. Cancer remains one of mankind's deadliest and most elusive enemies." Dinner guests in the Clifford Oolman home on Sunday in observance of the birthdays of Mr. Herman Oolman and Greg Oolman, son of the Cliff Oolman's were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oolman, Mrs. Eulyn Oolman and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Steve King from Le Mars. Mrs. EdRenslnkwasaguest in the home of Mr, and Mrs, Andy Jurrlaans in Hospers on Easter Sunday. Mrs. Olin Reiniger spent the Easter weekend visiting with friends in Cherokee. Six members of Century Chapter 298, Order of Easter Star attended the Inspection at the Hawarden Chapter on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. De Vries are visiting with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs, Clarence Ver Steeg at Evanston, Illinois, Mrs. Florence R. Mouw entertained at a dinner in her home last Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Albert Van Oort. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters are expected home this weekend from their vacation in Florida. Traveling to Le Mars on Monday afternoon were Mrs. Arabella Sipma, Mrs. Ella Tillema, Mrs, Gerrit Top and Mrs. Florence R. Mouw. and.. Mrs;, _G.L., Rons . have returned after spending, a month in Clearwater and Winterhaven, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. John Vermeer and Mr. Robert De Jong were Sunday evening coffee guests in the Russell Te Grotenhuis home. Dutch men Relays April 11, 1972 Northwestern Field 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. field events running events How is your Hearing? SPECIAL SHOWING - Wed., April 12 WILLAGE HOTEL, Orange City, la. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Now You May Be Able to Hear with a 'COMMUNICATOR' Millions of Americans who suffer with a hearing loss could hear and understand if only the sounds were amplified a little louder and clearer. The "COMMUNICATOR" can provide all. of the sound amplification you may ever need to hear Radio, TV., Group Conversations and Church, without investing in a Hearing Aid. Ask for: Mr. Paul Simms Hearing Aid Consultant Only Complete and Ready to Use Audibel Communication Dept. 43 So. 9th St., Minneapolis, Minn. ADMISSION Adults, $1.00; Students 500 Future l Nted '3S"$8 l the Top? the , w »otb mai e uiiHiiiuiiuuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHHnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1111111 Talk to the man from the Land Bank The Federal Land Bank ^wn-d ty *rj»« in long-term financing. JAy Before you borrow on your land, see JAI MANN, Mgr. at the Sheldon Federal Land Bank Association' wuSium— L7VNDBANK NOTICE The Monica Society is sponsoring a Singspiration Sunday, April 16 starting at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed Church There will be a variety of numbers ^- quartets, solos, duets -- and instrumental numbers, Everyone is welcome 33C ape Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprlk and family from Worthington were callers on Sunday in the homes of their parents, Mrs. Albert Sprlk and Mr, and Mrs. John Walburg. . Additional guests in the Sprik home ware Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Nibbelink and family from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. RobertSchel- Hng and girls visited the Lane Schelllngs at Ireton Sunday afternoon. The Rambler Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cambier. Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Muilenburg home were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Zeutenhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs, Duane Muilenburg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Van Berkum and family from Sheldon. Mrs. William VanGorp,Sr., Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan recently visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mote in Sioux City. The Merry Mixup Club met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr. Those present were Mrs. Arle Noteboom, Mrs. John Groen, Mrs. Johanna Reinders and Mrs. Henrietta Jasper from Sibley. Unable to attend were Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake and Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog. Mrs, John Groeneveld and daughter, Jackie, from Holland, Michigan are visiting this week In the home of hef sister, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Petrbelje and family. Mr, and Mrs. John Crawford from Spencer were Easter Sunday dinner guests In the Henry Plender home. Enjoying Easter Breakfast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Punt and family were Mrs. Hilbert Jager and Tammy and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Engelenhoven and two daughters. These neighbors have for several years traditionally met for breakfast on Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mouw from Council Bluffs and Peggy Mouw who was home for the weekend from Ames, were Easter dinner guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mouw. Mr. Ronald Muilenburg from Webster City spent the Easter weekend in the Elmer Muilenburg home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt and Ginny spent the weekend visiting with the Rob Van Pelt family In Des Moines. , Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hanrahan and family from Fort Dodge spent the holidays in the home, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolen. "WIFE INSURANCE" Life insurance for a wife can be just as important as for a husband. For details, see See DON VAN DER WEIDE, C.L.U. Phone 787-4500 or 737-2309 Orange City New York Life Insurance Company Life Insurance - Group Insurance - Annuities Health Insurance - Pension Plans Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Engen from Ireton were visitors in the home of Mrs. Albert Sprik last Wednesday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests in the Julius Hop home in Le Mars for Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Rozeboom, Mrs. Jake Hop, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Korver and family and Mr. and Mrs. David Hop from Le Mars. Mrs. Robert Nolen left on -.Wednesday ,,ior . .Colorado Springs where she will visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neese and family. Mrs. Hans Vander Maten was pleasantly surprised on her birthday, March 27 by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vander Maten, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink, and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Te Grotenhufs. They went to the Wilbur Harmelink i home for lunch and spent an | enjoyable evening. DRY CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL Dry Cleaning Offer Minimum Order $3.00 20% DISCOUNT PILLOWS Beautifully Cleaned And Put Into New Ticks 20% DISCOUNT CARPET & DRAPERY CLEANING 20% DISCOUNT OFFER BEGINS APRIL 10 Cleaners & Launderers Ave. N 0 E., 546-4161 Real Estate AUCTION //•/, April Wth, 1: 00p.tn. at the place located 1 mile east of the Catholic Church corner in Ellsworth, Minnesota, or the EYz of the N.E. J4, section 28, Grand Prairie Township, Nobles Co. Minn. in high state of cultivation, all tillable, immediate possession. TERMS: 25% day of clear title is given. sale, balance when 160 ACf6S* N.W. i of Section 28, Grand Prairie Township, Nobles Co., Minn. Approximately 140 acres tillable at present, in high state of cultivation. This will be sold as approximately 160 acres bare land, with immediate possession of farmland, possession of building site March 1, 1973, at which time this will be bare land, buildings either moved or torn down, TERMS: 160 acres can be bought on contract, as follows: 25% of purchase price day of sale, balance at 6% interest, with $1000 annual payment on principal, termination of contract at 10 yrs, Lenz Bros., Owners Phone 976*2450 - Ellsworth, Minn, Auctioneers; Bud Harberts, ph. 376-4007 - Worthington, Minn, Jim Kruger, ph, 475-8254 - George, Iowa THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 6,

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