The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 13, 1972 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1972
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Singspiration Sunday, April 16, 2:00 P.M. Sponsored by Monica Society Held at the First Christian Reformed Church news . prelude . a Prayer Solo irdian D I Solo Huizenga Mr. Lewis Arkema Nyhof Sisters . . . .6th Class Christian School Connie Boeve Mr. and Mrs. Ron Van Kalsbeek Dennis Rynders Mr. and Mrs. Wm ntrri a^'oVchVIs'tian School) - Wm. Bird f r "" u p Obbink Family 'S Sextet Unity Christian High jje Singing led by Mr, Ronald Zwiers jrjuel . . Jim and Ila Vande Kerk Mrs. Art Cragle •tet Willis Rozeboom, Henry Van Aartsen, Alfred iS and Paul Muyskens Singing led by Mr. Ronald Zwiers 408 ',, prayer Rev. Blankespoor postlude Vickie Jeltema EDITOR, i wlsh to commend, the L of the delegation that Io Washington to ex- Ihe fact that farmers responsible for high- l c es in fresh meat. ! p.A. announced on Mar- 'that meat import limits be increased to allow nore fresh, chilled, and ,beef, mutton, and goat the U.S. in 1972. In- sd imports will again a psychological effect ier our prices. Far- are now getting a lit- ss for their cattle than M 20 years ago. The of beef at the retaj.1 , however, is just about what it was back in ,0, has taken a stand for justice at the tee, With united ef- hveen groups explaining facts, justice will be iasler to obtain, delegation deserves a [ thanks for their ef- d concern on behalf of liner, CountyN.F.O., tey L, Bolks, County [airman. id Mrs. Wayne Hiet- Flrth, Nebraska, were sliors on Friday at the Mrs, Florence Stega- Florence Stegaman of City,'Mr. and Mrs. Ntewenhuis, Mr. and inry Te Stroeter, and nth Raak all of Hos- ire Sunday afternoon at the Fred Reekers Hospers. .Thursday, April the i.C.C.R.C.C. had a k noon luncheon at Restaurant in Leer the luncheon the «entertained at the Mrs, DaveSybersma. 'ence Stegeman, •Mrs. Nelson Niewen-' Mrs. Grace Toering I the funeral on Sat. Dick Roelofs who in the nursing * Sioux Center hos- District court On March 28, the Grand Jury indicted Marion J. Rus with the crime of Operating a Motor Vehicle on Public Highways on January 6, 1972 while under the Influence of Intoxicants. Date for hearing in District Court has not been set. The Estate of the late Francis M. McNamera paid a balance due in the amount of $160.62 for State Inheritance Tax. The Last Will and Testament of Maria Tentinger, late of Remsen, was filed for Probate. Erwin Tentinger was named Executor without bond. The Last Will and Testament of John A. De Wilo, late of Hull, was filed. Jeanette De Wild was appointed Executrix and bond was waived by the Will. The Last Will and Testament of Gerrit Van Surksum, late of Rock Valley, was filed for Probate. T.N. Me Gill was appointed Executor without bond. James A. Keizer pleaded guilty to the crime of Operating a Motor Vehicle While under the Influence of In-toxicants committed on December 24, 1971. He was sentenced by Judge Pendleton to pay a fine of $300.00 and costs of this action and his drivers license is suspended for 12CF days. Dean Martinsen has been appointed Conservator of the property of William Martinsen, a Minor. The Last Will and Testament of Conrad Hulstein, late of Sioux Center, has been filed for probate. Gerrit F. Hulstein, Winerva Minerva Hulstein and Leonard R. Nyhof were appointed executors without bond. The Last Will and Testament of Gerhard Scholten, late of Boyden, was admitted to Probate and record. Robert G. Scholten and Gerhard William Scholten were appointed executors. Bond was waived by Will. The Final Report has been filed in the Estate of Klaas Lems and the executor is now discharged and the Estate closed. Mrs. Charles jd and daughter Tracy "day evening dinner the William Top in the evening e to Sibley to visit • J. M, De Vries. As I remember it, the biggest • disappointment about growing up was finding out that adults didn't really have any secret knowledge about what to do in times of trouble. ' -•,«„• Vlrg11 Solsma an d children were last Thursday afternoon guests at the Doug Winkel home at Ashton. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein were Sunday afternoon callers at the Pete Kasteln home near Ellsworth, Minn. Other guests visiting there we Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wllt ° f Hos «*«. Mr. Mrs. Case Langstraat of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Aanenson and Jason of Luverne and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Top of Edgerton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Riemersma and Heide of Spencer were Sat. callers at the parental Wilbur Riemersma home. Mrs. Mattie Vos entered the Sheldon Hospital Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nie- wenhuis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Te Stroete, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Schoep, and Mrs. Ruth Raak attended the funeral at Sioux Center last Saturday morning of Mrs. Dick (Dena) Roelofs. Henry Lee Huisman was the host at a surprise birthday party for his girl friend, Miss Vickl Vande Brake, on Sat. night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Huisman. Other guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vander Wilt of Farnhamville, la. , Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harmelink, Jay Schipper, Judy Huisman, Randy Grotenhuis and Gail Alons. Mr. and Mrs. Audley Dolphin were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Vander Maten. Additional afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schouten of Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Dyke and Ramona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreykes and the Norm Klynsma family were Sunday evening after church guests at the Jake Kramer home. Mrs. Mildren Riemersma returned home Sunday by plane from Lyle, 111. where she spent ten days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Keenan. Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. and her brother, Mr. Pete Roorda of Primghar spent the day Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brenner and children at Sioux Falls. Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boers ma were Mr. and Mrs. Marv Van Gorp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulst and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Muilenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Uitten- berg and Joan of Lake Park were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. John Klynsma. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reekers and girls were Mrs. M.A. Stegeman of Orange City, Mrs. Ruth Raak, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Te Stroete, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Niewenhuis. LAWN SEED > Seed ure g i Seed lire per g 3KISS Pound nei " 5 Mutual Cooperative Assn. Or ange city, Iowa. LOANS $50 to $5,000 Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Terms "Loans Payable On A Thirty-six Months Basis" Also larger loans available for financing of trucks and autos at reasonable rates. Household goods, autos, livestock accepted as securities. A-C Loan & Finance Co., Inc. 27 Central Ave. S.W. Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-4103 EVER TALK TO YOURSELF «ke this? I have worked X years, earned $X, and have saved $X. Do the figures satisfy you? Life insurance can help. See DON VAN DER WEIDE Phone 787^4500 or 737-2309 Grunge City Insurance Company - Annuities Pension Plans MEN NEEDED in this area to train as LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP at sale barns, feed lots and ranches. We preler to train men with livestock experience. For local Interview, write age, phone, address * background to: NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING 3435 Broadway Kansas City, Mo. 64111 ATTN: Dept. 1A-334 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamies drove to Yankton, S.D. Saturday to bring their granddaughter Jennifer back to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Randy Jurgensen. They all attended the Sunday morning services of the Parkview First Reformed Church in Yankton where Rev. Harvey Calsbeek is pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Kamies returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Nie- wenhuis recently moved from Shawnee Mission, Kan.toSer- geant Bluff, la. after he was transferred to Postal Finance Co. in Sioux City. They were callers Sunday at the parental Nelson Niewenhuis home. Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. visited Thursday evening with Henry and Dora Slothou- ber at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kramer and Luann were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Uitten- bogaard at Lake Park. Mrs. Nettie Huff of Sheldon accompanied Regina Penning of Hospers to Brandon, S.D. on Easter Sunday where they spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Riemersma spent all day Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Zyl at Montevideo, Minn. Mr. Wenzel Gruber of Hospers observed his 80th birthday on Tuesday, April 4. He was pleasantly surprised that evening with a pot-luck supper birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz and family. Other guests were Roger Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Art Pluim of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp and boys, Mr. John Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Marv Van Gorp and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Huygens and family and Dorothy Eknes and Kim of Orange City. Mr. Gruber blew out all 80 candles on his cake at one time. The group presented him with a money gift and the evening was spent socially. As a birthday gift from his son, Roger, Mr. Gruber left last Thursday morning by plane from Sioux Falls for California. He will spend two weeks there visiting with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gruber at Stockton, This was Mr. Gruber's first airplane flight and first time he has gone a great distance from home. Relatives attending a birthday celebration for their uncle Ralph Weichers near Hawarden last Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Te Stro- ete, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein, Mrs. A. Vander Berg, all of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Berg of Sheldon. Mr. Jeff Zwagerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Zwagerman of Hospers and Janet Lechtenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lechtenberg of Granville, were united in marriage on Saturday, April 8 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Granville. A complete write-up will be published at a later date. New Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedders returned Thursday from Florida after spending the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Runia of Bigelow, Minn, visited in the Sam Faber home to help Mr. Faber celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoekstra and Mrs. Peter S. De Jong were Sunday evening guests at the Sam Faber home. Mr. and Mrs, George Dorhout and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Visser helped their parents and grandparents the E. T. Vanden Bosch's celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on April 3rd. The anniversary had been postponed since December because of an accident of one of their sons. Mrs. Peter Vis from Hull was an afternoon and supper guest In the John Den Hartog home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. De Blauw and daughter Jani have recently moved to Santa Barbara, calif. The De Blauws have purchased and are now operating the De Blauw Nursery, formerly Takaya Nursery. (Mrs. De Blauw is the former Joyce Vander Vegte) Their new address is 764 A. Terni Lane—Santa Barbara, Calif., 93105. Friday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. AlbertSprik were Mrs. Dick R. Van Gelder. Mrs. J. Kiel and Mrs. Dewey Wiersma. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vander Vegte from Minneapolis, Minn, spent the weekend In the parental Ed Vander Vegte and Chuck Steenstra homes of Hull. Mr. and Mrs. William Top arrived home last week from a seven week visit with the Alvin D. Netten family at Tucson, Arizona. They seem to have everything in a spray can now except happiness! Sunday evening after church coffee guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Fedders were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesse- link and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Vander Stoep and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mouw and family from Hull, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte have received word that their daughter and son-in-law 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IOW A AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, Iowa and the official paper for the City of Orange City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually In advance ?5 per year in Sioux and adjoining counties, $6.50 per year elsewhere. SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID ORANGE CITY, IOWA 51041 PUBLISHED Thursdays, continuing a 97 year tradition of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED in the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives. 37th Year - No. 20 - April 13, 1972 A special message to die corn growers of ' ' -:'f ' • •• -••^B^^.-.V,::^, ;..,..:.; Sioux County Every year since we introduced BOX® Corn Rootworm Insecticide in 1966, ORTHO has received comments like the following from farmers throughout the corn belt. We thought you might like to know how some of your own neighbors feel about BUX. ^ ** ORTHO Chevron Chemical Company Mr, Nick DeBoer of Sioux.County is another satisfied BUX user. Here's what he has to say: "BUX does a good job for us and handles nicely. We've used it for two years now and think a lot of it. We use it on all of our corn land and it does control rootworms." Mr. Harlan Wagner of Plymouth County is another satisfied BUX user. Here's what he has to say: "We've used different rootworm insecticides and BUX has been good. It stays real good in the planter boxes. We get good seasonal control with BUX, no down corn whatsoever. There's no odor and I don't get sick from it." I TM-S OS7HO, CHEVBON AND DES.GN, auX-HtO. U.S. W. Off. AVOIII «CCIfl£M5: ««[> THE LABEL AND USC ONLY AS OIRtCIEO. P4PTTAT Thitr«rt« 13

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