The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 13, 1972 · Page 6
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1972
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•••••••••••••••••*•••••• •••••••••*•••••••• *••*••••••*•»•••• ALTON NEWS Citizens meet to talk of park NOTlc •••••••••••••••••••••*•*•• The possibilty of building a park in Alton near the swimming pool was the subject for discussion at a 6(30 Tuesday morning meeting at the OK Cafe attended by about 20 people. The purpose of the meet- Ing was to organize a steering committee to look Into the project. . j Joel Boeylnk was named chairman; Bud Mousel, vice- chairman; and Ray Schreur, secretary-treasurer. The Jaycees were apparently the first group to talk of fVgirls compete in 1st meet ^^^ ' f\IW\ «TM«j4 t3lln* T"\aVl Mrs. Leo Canibior. librarian at the Alton city library, points out the shelves whero th'p rorontlv acquired bonks cnn be found. romnrf These shplvos, as well as those lining the walls, are new--a part of the remod- eline just completed. Also included is carpeting, paneled walls and storage for old PPn ^e^public' has 5 been invited to an open house today (Thursday) between 2:00 and 4:00 and 7:00 and 0:00 p.m. to see the refurbished library. Refreshments will he served. Mrs. Gambler is assisted by Mrs. Marinus Jansma. Ilbrarv hours are 2-5:30 Monday through Thursday; Wednesday and Friday evenings 7-8:30; and Saturday 9-11 a.m. and 2-5. There is story hour Saturday m ° r ^IPeters™of the Hbrary board are Mrs. Ren Van Gelder, president; Mrs. Virgll- Plathe, secretary; Mrs. Ed Mitchell, treasurer; Mrs. Joe Boeyink; Mrs. Don Freriks; Mrs. Sam Lincoln; and Mrs. Arnie Streff. •a ^ • Science rair St. Antnony-St. Mary sixth grader, Dennis Klein shows how his water pump operates. Alton Locals Mr. and Mrs. Percy Tanfield returned home Monday after spending several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shull in Sioux City. Debbie Holzman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holzman, will graduate from the Le Mars Beauty School this Thursday, She will take her State Board examination on May 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Kellen returned home on Easter Sunday after spending the winter in Pharr, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hoeven, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kiernan and Mrs. C. J. De Munck had dinner at the Dutch Mill Saturday evening and attended the excellent program presented by the Barbershop quartets at the Town Hall in Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Dores Vrleze left Sunday for Iowa City where Mr. Vrieze underwent ear surgery at the University hospital Tuesday morning. Their daughter Lisa is with her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Korver sur- ing their absence. Mrs. Robert Shaw and son, Hudson of Tortales, New Mexico, Mrs. RobertSitzmann of Le Mars, Mrs. Henry Krog- On Wed. April 5, the Floyd ' Valley track girls went to participate In their first meet. It was a triangular meet with Rock Rapids, Little Rock, and Floyd Valley. The meet was held at Rock Rapids. Shot: Helen Boersma, Sherl Hofmeyer, Barb Schneider, Linda Boersma. Discus: Nancy Van Gorp, Helen Boersma, Barb Schneder, Linda Boersma. Softball: Barb Schneider, (placed 2nd), Nola Diekevers man, Mrs. Jack Krogman and Mrs. Jim Krogman were Thursday afternoon coffee guests in the home of M-rs. Don Krogman. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Minten attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary O'Gara in Jackson, Nebr., Monday morning. Mrs. O. S. Henrlch entertained the sewing club, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hoeven called on their aunt, Miss Anna Wleland, resident- at the Brentwood home in Le Mars, Sunday afternoon to congratulate her on her 93rd birthday. They presented her with a birthday cake and entertained several of her friends at coffee. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kiernan drove to Sioux City Friday afternoon to visit with the former's sister, Mrs. Ralph Mayhew. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holzman and family attended a birthday gathering honoring Mr. Holzman's mother, Mrs. Frank Holzman at her home in Le Mars last Friday evening. Mrs. Frances (Dutch) Homan underwent major surgery in the St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City on April 4. She is slowly improving but no date has been set for her release. .Otto Kettler entered the St. Joseph hospital Monday and had a cataract removed from his eye on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Smith were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Te Stroete, Hospers, Wednesday evening. Out of town callers in the Smith home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Van Driel of Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. GerritSchutt of Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiekamp of Orange City. Mr. Smith is recovering from Cataract surgery on both eyes several weeks ago. Mrs. Charles J. De Vries of Orange City, will entertain the Duplicate Bridge Club at lunch on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Recker and family of Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harriman and family of Sioux City were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Ed Recker home. Pat Jonas, a sixth grade student of St. Anthony- St. Mary, is proud of his electric saw mill. "The same to you-- fella!" And you'll find that you get the same good service every time you do business with Dutch Mill Pharmacy. "They like people!" 3i oz. bottle Reg. 79? NOW 29C No more tears Johnson Baby Shampoo (placed 3rd), Fonda Van Es, LaVon Wichers. Long Jump: Laura Katt (placed 1st), Jo Ann Wlllett (placed 3rd); Rita Hofmeyer, Adri Huygens. High Jump: Karen Roetman, Barb Hanson lOFllght Shuttle Hurdle Relay: Barb Hanson, Fonda Van Es, Carlols Korver, Ruth Te Brink, (placed "3rd) Distance Medley: Laura Katt, Diane Braun, Adri Huygens, Peggy Vande Hoef (placed 3rd). 100 Yard Dash: Melinda Kraal (placed 1st), Rita Hofmeyer 440 Yard Dash: Karen Roetman, Nancy Van Gorp, Teresa Elliott. 880 Yard Relay: Diane Braun, Sharl Hofmeyer, Nola Diekevers, Laura Katt (placed 3rd). Mr. and Mrs. R. Rohrs and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rohrs were Sunday supper and evening guests in the Stanley De Haan home in Orange City to celebrate the birthday of Mr. De Haan. Nick Ruppert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ruppert has been a patient in St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City since last Friday. Nick underwent bone grafting on his arm and his room number is 305. Mrs. Lawrence Pick is chairman of St. Mary's card party this Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlichte accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Kellen attended the Mission breakfast held in St. Mary's school cafeteria, Remsen, Sunday morning. Mr. Lawrence Ruppert entertained the Bidorby bridge club, Tuesday afternoon. Miss Agnes Klein of Granville and Sister Oda of Dubu- quie were Friday morning coffee guests in the home of Mrs. Ed Schlichte. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hurni and daughter of Sioux City, visited with their grandmother, Mrs. Pete Wiltgen, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Asselt of Irwin were weekend guests in the Ernest Loewen home. Mrs. M. C.Muilenburg,who spent three months in Clearwater, Fla. is now a patient in the Towers hospital at Charlottesville, Va. Her daughter, Mary and family, the Dr. Warren Stamps are residents of Charlottesville. 220 Yard Run: Debbie Korver, (placed 3rd). 220 Yard Low Hurdles: Jo Ann Wlllett (placed 1st) 400 Meter Shuttle Relay: Rita Hofmeyer, Nancy Van Gorp, Karen Roetman, Ruth Te Brink (placed 3rd) 220 Yard Dash: Melinda Kraal, (placed 1st) 100 Meter Hurdles: Jo Ann Willett, Carlols Korver (placed 3rd) 880 Yard Medley Relay: Rita Hofmeyer, Nola Diekevers, Sheri Hofmeyer, Adri Huygens (placed 3rd) 60 Yard Dash: Melinda Kraai (placed 1st) 440 Yard Relay: Jo Ann Willett, Diane Braun, Nola Diekevers, Laura Katt (placed 2nd) One Mile Relay: Carlois Korver, Ruth Te Brink, Nancy Van Gorp, Fonda Van Es, (placed 3rd) Dr. Dan Murphy of Delano, Calif., arrived by plane Tuesday evening for a short visit in the parental Dr. C. B. Murphy home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fegebank and two daughters of Cedar Rapids are expected for the weekend in the Murphy home. Mr. Fegebank is being transferred by the company that he works for, to Orlando, Fla. where the family will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mairose of Le Mars, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alesch and Mr. and Mrs. Franz Braun of Marcus, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffman of Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Cass of Sibley were Sunday dinner guests in the Arthur Braun home. such a park but with the Tuesday meeting, attended by representatives of many community organizations, the project became town-wide. Subjects discussed included what could be In the park, financing and the possibility of matching Federal funds. Said Frank Van Es, "It was a good meeting this first time to get things going." The next meeting, open to the public, will be held next Tuesday morning at 6:30 In the OK Cafe. Floyd Post members Art Mulder has been a patient in the Cherokee hospital for the past ten days. Father Pick of Boone spent Easter weekend In the Lawrence Pick home, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pohlen of Sheldon were all day guests Sunday in the J. A. Pohlen home. Mrs. Joe Crook of Des Moines left Thursday after spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Mabel Eason. Joining them for Easter dinner were, Mr. and Mrs. Don Huygens and son Jim of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Huygens and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Huygens, Steven, Jeff and Teri all of Akron. Mr. Roger Cambier returned toU.S.D.atVermillion, So. Dak., after spending two weekends In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cambier. Mrs. Douwe De Boer visited in the Ed Meyer home at Ireton on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. M. S. Dykstra is spending several weeks visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.. Schumacher at Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haack from Le Mars were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Margaret Haack. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Margaret starting at 7-so — Haack were Mr. and i Harms of Le Mars. Mr. and Mrs HaJ from Hartley and Ml Luhrs from Prt mgll | Sunday afternoon and! guests In the J.H.I Mr. and Mrs, John j from Rock Valley W J afternoon and eveniJ in the John P. BO NOTI Anyone having call Mrs. Dores | Vrleze at 4352. Remom your diamo for beaull AND SAFI To en|oy bcouly ril your ] ' diamond Inr ycarsll come. In! us checli] sue thnl it is secmil "locked" into your til Or. bettnr yet. leluj | remount il in a ot (!X[|lliS design, from Kaynil 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 —-W" LeMars, I0ace>ntral Ave. N 0 E., 546-4161 By DIAMO VAN GEL! JEWEL! 2 doors wesB of the bank I Orange City, Illustrations enlarged FREE . Bright Side Shampoo 3 oz. Suggested retail $.69 PLUS coupons worth $20 with purchase of family size ULTRABRITE 7 all this for ,V/ Total value regular $1,98 THE GOOD AND THE BAD OF HUBERS-VAN EN6ELENHOVEN-DOORNINK BAD: THEIR NAME IS HARD TO SAY THEIR NAME IS IMPOSSIBLE TO SPELL GOOD: THEY'RE AN INDEPENDENT AGENCY THEY HONESTLY BELIEVE IN SERVICE THEY CAN INSURE ANYTHING YOU OWN See our baby ads weekly in this newspaper Dutch Mill Pharmacy • * 169 - ORANGE PHONE 19ir Diane Hansen, a fifth grader, has every reason to smile after winning a superior rating on her AIR PRESSURE exhibit. 6—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 13, 1972 DU1737-«44 Orinf* City,

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