The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 2
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April 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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INTRODUCING Citizens of tomorrow Pictures of area children will appear in The CAPITAL each week in a photographic series, "Citizens of Tomorrow." Kristin, 7, and Jana, 4, children of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Grlenke. David, 8, Steven, 6 and Debra, 3, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boote. Jay, 6, Ann, 5, and Kay 3, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brink. Grant, 8, and Renae, 6, children of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vande Kamp. Scott, 6-i, and Brian, Mrs. Wes De Kock. The Record John Broek 4 wf to Donald H. Davlson & wf L 9, Blk 6, West 1st Addn, OC $1. Harriet Mildred Heusinkveld etal to Sidney Jongma L 9 in Subd of Blk 1, Davidson's Addn, Hull $1000. Harriet Mildred Heuslnk- veld, etal. Extrs to Sidney Jongma 1/3 int in L 9 in Subd of Blk 1, Davidson's Addn, Hull $1000. Richard A. Anker & wf to John J. Keizer & wf L 5, Blk 28 in Reimann's Addn, Hull $1. Robert B. Scroggs & wf to Forrest D. Lethcoe & wf Sj L 1, Blk 2, Morningside Addn, Hwdn $1. Kenneth M. Hawkins & wf to State of la Pt EJ SE^ 20 & Pt W| SW£ 21-94-45 $5187 M. Valeria Brauch, sgl to State of la Pt W^ NW$ 3394-45 $1. Melvin T. Brauch & wf to State of la Pt wi NW£ 3394-45 $3059. Sioux County, la to Bernard LeRoy Smith Ls 1, 2 & 3, Blk 3, Belle Vue Addn, Hwdn $8000. Margaret Bosnian etal to Norman G. Prange & wf Pt L 20 & Ls 21, 22 & 23 in Shrimp's Subd, Bydn $12,375. Ronald L. Broksieck & wf to Steve De Vries L 2, Blk 1, Moerman-Broek Addn, Soo Cen$20,250 Arnolda Dunnink, wdw to Arnolda Dunnink etal Pt L 3, Blk 1, Davidson's Addn, Hull SI. Otto Bouma & wf to James A. Keizer & wf L 9, Blk 3, Bouma's Addn, Hull $1. Otto A. Rouwenhorst & wf to Christian A. Rowenhorst Pt N| N| SWi 16-95-44 $1. Floyd E. Achterhof & wf to Harold Kuiken L 5 & Pt L 6, Blk 15, K Soo Cen $1. Amercan Legion, Soo Cen to Inc City of Soo Cen, la Pt 11-95-45 $1. Ellen Gray Grotenhouse, wdw, etal to Medals Engineering Corp Ls 15 & 16, Lincoln Addn. OC $1. Silent Sioux Corp to Medals Engineering Corp Ls 15 & 16 Blk 37, South Addn, OC & Pt Ls 12 & 14, Lincoln Addn, OC SI Arie D. Drost & wf to Herman Van Donkelaar & wf Pt L 2 & L 1, all in Subd of Pt Ls 10 to 14, Blk7, Maurice $12,000. Herman Van Donkelaar &wf to Arie D. Drost & wf L 6, Blk 1, Vande Brake Addn, Soo Cen $34,000 Minnie Baker, sgl to James L. Vanden Bosch & wf Pt L 3, Blk 2 in AudSubdof Relsma Reserve, N Soo Cen $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 10,006 William Martinsen, minor, Conser- vatorship Probate 10,007 Com ad Hulstein, deceased Probate 10,008 Gerhard Scholten, deceased Probate 10,009 John Beckmann, deceased DC 13856 Judith K. Halverson vs DaltonD.Halverson (Equity) NEW AUTOS George Timmer, RV, International. Terrance L. Gayer, RV, Buick. Vernon E. Ten Haken, Bydn, Chrysler. Robert J. Krommendyk, OC, Pontiac. . Linda K. Dlmmtck, Hwdn, Chev, Paul Leo O'Meara, Hwdn, Ford. Louis F. Sohl, Hull, Chev. Walter Vander Hamm, Irtn, Chrysler. Boyd Brlstow, OC, Dodge, Rons Motor Sales, OC, Mercury. Harold Jansma, RV, Ford. Cornelius Van Mlddendorp, Soo Cen, Mercury. Allen L. Bloemen'daal, Soo Cen, Chev. David S. Raak, Irtn, Buick. Veryl Nelson, dba Gooch Feed Mill, Hospers, Plymouth Jerold Vander Esch, Hwdn, Pontiac. Robert G. Moeller, RV, Chev. Leslie Roy Mulder, Maurice, Chev. William Lawrence Schemmel, Gran, Chev. Neal Boersma, Soo Cen, Chev. NEW TRUCKS Community Oil Co. RV, Ford Siouxland Impl, Irtn, Chev. Benjamin F. Hahn, Soo Cen, Ford. Quality Home Sales, Soo Cen, Dodge. Henry G. Scholten, Hull, Chev. Kors Harthorn, Bydn, International Simon Rodenburgh, Hull, Chev. American Oil Co., Hull, Chev. Ed Vander Wilt, Hospers, Chev, Kenneth Den Herder, Soo Cen, Ford. Albert J. Vlnk, RV, Chev. It matures sooner than you think. Take stock in America. Now Bonds pay a bonus at maturity. Firman Schiebout joins sales force Firman L. Schiebout has joined The Trane Company's Commercial Air Conditioning Division at it's La Crosse, Wis., headquarters, Richard J. Campbell, vice president, marketing, has announced. Schiebout, who has been assigned to the Boiler sales department, Is a 1971 graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, where he received a master's degree in aerospace engineering. He recently completed the Trane Graduate Engineer Training Program, a six-morith course which concentrates on specialized heat transfer theory and practice, as well as in-depth coverage of Trane products. Schie- bout and his wife Cheryl make their home at 3126 Maple Drive, La Crosse. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Ethan Vermeer, April 11; Marlon Jasper, April 11; Alyson Vander Stoep, April 12; Mrs. Robert Van Es.Ap- rll 13; Hiltie Faber, April 17 ALTON , M ,. Sandra Hansen, April n, Carol Rens, April 13; David Owens, April 14 HOSPERS Carrie Vande Berg, April 11 MAURICE Ralph Zwart, April 13 HULL . ,, <» Peter Wegter, April 14 IRETON ' Randy Reinklng, April 16; Jeanetta Schipper, April 17 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Stan Hibma and baby girl, April 11; Mrs. Norvin Noteboom and baby girl, April 12; Wm. De Koter, April 13; Alyson Vander Stoep, April 14; Mrs. Frank B. Vander Zwaag, April 14; Mrs. Ethan Vermeer and baby boy, April 14; Mr. Robert Van Es, April 14; Marion Jasper, April 15; Kate Noteboom, April 17 GRANVILLE Arnold Meuhl, April 13 MAURICE John Van Peursum, April 13 ALTON David Owens, April 15;Sandra Hansen, April 16 REMSEN Baby boy Steichen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Steichen NOTICE The spring meeting of the Siouxland Women's Missionary Union will be held in the Christian Reformed Church of Hospers, Iowa, on Wednesday, April 26. The afternoon sessions will begin at 2:00 p.m. and the evening meetln at 7:30 p.m. Our speakers will be Rev. and Mrs. Fred Diemer who are working in Miami, Florida among the Cuban' refugees there, and Mrs. Ray Bouma, teacher at Mkar Teacher's College In Nigeria. Slides will be toown at the evening meeting. 'Nursery will be provided in the afternoon. loctl New Debbie Pennings "Charm" Queen Miss Debbie Pennings was chosen as the "Queen"'of the 1972 Calvinette Charm course. Miss Denlse D.O oo was runner up, Other students were Marlys De Jong, Marilyn Bylsma, JjlarclaNb. bellnk, Rhonda Lobbes, Joyce Wlersma, Virginia Schiebout, and Meredith Mans. A "Queens" Tea was held at the 1st Chr. Ref. Church April 10. Invited guests Included the mothers of the Contestants and all Calvinette Counselors. The judges for the event were Mrs. Howard Hall and Mrs. Charles Van Hofwegen. Some of the activities of the year Included a visit to Carolyns Coff beauty shop for a demonstration on hair care. A lesson on the proper use of make up by Mrs. Henry Vlsser. They enjoyed several speakers on various subjects such as standing, sitting and walking, by Mrs. Don Vander Wei; Mrs. Charles Van Hofwegen on "Fashions", Mr. Everett "Doc" Van Leewen on "Dating" and "Communications" by Mrs. Howard Hall. They also attended the Bridal shower at the Marina Inn In Sioux City In January. Other events were a tour of Hope Haven, providing a evening of sharing and sing- Ing at Harmony Home and presiding at a service in the Sioux City Gospel Mission. The finals will be an all Cal- vinette banquet April 21. Mrs. Peter Noteboom is the instructor. Loetl The musical production "Camelot", directed by Miss Sheryl Calsbeek, was present* ed by the Earlham Community School music department on April 14 and 15. Attending from Orange City were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Calsbeek, Sandra and Rachel and Mrs. John Ter Horst, Carol Hulsart of Sioux City, Lynn Raye Peuse of Boone and Mr. and Mrs Dave Schreur and Susan of Ankeny. Daryl Ter Horst played Oboe and English horn In the orchestra. Miss Calsbeek teaches vocal music In the Earlham Community school. .Mr, and Mrs. Conrad cj beek of Morningside Mr I Mrs. Bradley Calsbeek oi ange City and Mr. and Orville Wlersma O f S were Sunday evening HI guests of Mr. and fir* Calsbeek. rs " On Monday evening A,, 17, a progressive dinner? given In honor of Mr, and u John L. Mouw on their i turn to Orange City. The h tesses were Mrs. stegeir Mrs. Florence R. . and Mrs. George Vogel' Mrs. Etta Borgman. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. John ., 0 were dinner guests at the ho, of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gr» ers on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt and Ginny spent Sunday with the Clarence Hellenga family in Lake Park. 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY, IQW A AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux County, !_„. 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 y'ear 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. 21 - April 20, 1972 It's Planting Time ...on savings too Mr. and Mrs, Howard Vogel from Grand Rapids and Mr, and Mrs, Andrew Vogel were Saturday morning coffee guests in the Bernard Wob- bema home. Those from Orange City attending the District Legion and Auxiliary Meeting at Marcus last Saturday were Mrs. Willa Relnlger, Mrs, Gweu Van Wechel, Mrs. Roye Blaylock, Mrs. Abe Schiebout, Mrs. Bud Vander Laan, Mrs, Don Mouw and Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, who Is District President. \\, children of Mr. and Bicycle safety program is being planned for May A bicycle safety program is being pianne'1 for Orange City during the fourth week in May, The Jayceps tiavo arranged showings of a hikf safety film it M-OC and Christian Schools on May 22 and 23 for first through sixth graders. Tim film is being furnisher! by State Farm Insurance through agent Ken Veenstra. (Jii Thursday, May 2fi,decal licenses will be applied by the OC Police Do pi. to bicycles brought to Windmill Square starting at G p.m. .The licenses are being furnished by the ChamberofCommerce. Orange City bike owners of any age may come to get a license. The police will keep a record of the numbers and owners. The Women's Club plans to furnish refreshments for the youngsters. I'm so sick of fishing for my keys in my purse all the time that I think I'm going to start wearing them on a big ring at my waist like a landlady in a boarding house. Local New* Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vogel from Grand Rapids, Mich., were recent guests in the Andrew Vogel home. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Van Pelt anri two daughters spent from Thursday to Sunday visiting in the Ray Van Pelt home. Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, Sioux County Federated Women's Club President, Mrs. Marvin Petrolje, retiring 0- range City Woman's Club President and Mrs. Wallace Ver- inepr, incoming local President along with Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout attended the Annual Iowa State Woman's Club Convention in Fort Dodge last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. A.W. Van Oort and Tim of Sioux Falls were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort. Mr. Harold Vander Wilt from Winchester, Va., spent last weekend visiting with his mother, Mrs. Herman Vander Wilt. The Sioux County Legion and Auxiliary Meeting was held Monday evening in Alton. 3CE •see. 3OC 33C ATTENTION Prospective Driver Education Students Meeting for prospective drivers education students 5 9 AM MOC High School Auditorium All students intending to take driver education this summer and who do not have their instruction permit are requested to secure this permit as soon as possible. To obtain the instruction permit you must first complete the "parents' written consent to issue privilege to drive" form. This form must be filled out completely and signed by both parents before a notary public, Be very careful to follow the directions on the back of this form since , it will not be accepted by the license examiners, if incomplete in any way. This form is then presented to the examiner so the written examination (on Iowa driving laws) and the vision test can be taken, Once these tests are passed the instruction permit can be issued. This permit must be obtained prior to registration in driver education. The tests can be taken in Orange City from 8 to 4 each Monday at the court house, It is suggested that this matter be taken care of from 8 to 9 or by permission from Mr. Winegar during noon hour, 3KP 1. 2. 3. Time Certificates, $1,000 & over 2 years only Time Certificates, $1,000 & over 1 year only Time Certificates, $500 to $1,000 6- and 12-month certificates Time Certificates, $2,500 & over 3-, 6- and 9-month certificates 5. 6. (S 'Golden Passport Account" Minimum balance -- $500 Minimum deposit -- $100 "instant interest'' - compounded daily Passbook Savings Account Call on us whenever we can be of service In any of these way$ Savings Accounts - Home Improvement Loans -- Travel Checks Checking Accounts - Personal Loans -. Safe Deposit Business Loans - Farm Loans •.- Auto Loans No rth western Stafe Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY Member F.DJ. C « .* —THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL. Thursday.

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