The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1972
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r0 ducing: tizens of tomorrow of area children will appear In The CAPITAL L k in 4 photographic series, "Citizens of Tomorrow." K yle ( 5, and Kendall, 2, children of Mr. and Mrs. Mr t wassenaar. Dear Friends of Hope Haven: Greetings from the staff of Hope Haven. We rejoice together in the challenge and privilege which Is ours to serve children, youth and adults. We are thankful for organizations such as yours who supply such necessary gifts. Your 'recent gift of $50.00 will provide many gifts for children at Hope Haven. In brief it provides ears to the deaf, feet to the crippled, functional minds to the retarded, work skills to the adult handicapped, and most of all, it gives hope to the handicapped and to their families. We commend you for sharing this generous gift with us. Your gift becomes a great tool in serving the handicapped. It enables them to live the Impossible dream. The Lord bless you in your gift. Sincerely, E.R. Voogd Executive Director Other views from the drug program At the Extension Lesson "Parents Look at Drugs and Venereal Diseases," It was brought out that both alcohol and marijuana have often been used by the hard drug user before he turns to harder, drugs. Dr. R. J. Hassebroek, physician and surgeon, brought out the fact that many sources agree that marijuana Is often the forerunner to the use of harder drugs. Mr. Wayne Vernon, pharmacist, pointed out that the recent White House Conference on Drugs, places It at the door of alcohol. Since marijuana and alcohol are both drugs that are not of value to the health of man, Mrs. Ethel Oldaker, Extension Home Economist, feels that the user of both or either of these drugs Is not looking to his or her best health. At the meeting , Mr. Vernon was asked during the question and answer period whether he felt marijuana should be legalized. He stated that he was not necessarily In favor of legalizing It but that the laws concerning its use should be changed to reflect the problem of the penalties being too severe as opposed to alcohol abuse. Lowl News Mr. H.C. Ting left Saturday morning for Tokyo, Japan where he will spend approximately three weeks visiting with his parents. He went especially to help them celebrate their 50th anniversary. This will be the first time the entire family has been together. His sister from Shanghai will also be visiting in Japan at this time. Mrs. Stella Houtsma, Mrs. Ralph De Jong, Mrs. Bert Menning and Mr. and Mrs. John Melles were guests In the Peter Van Kley home at Newklrk on Sunday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mr. Van Kley. Can pick up new 1972 of flea I Hi-Way maps Iowa residents, deslrlngco- pies of the new 1972 official highway map, are being urged this year to pick them up from a distribution center nearest their home. A substantial savings' of state funds will be effected if Iowa residents will follow this procedure thus avoiding mall- Ing costs, The official state map is produced by the Commission's Public Information Department at a cost of approximately four cents a copy. Present third class mailing rates are 8 cents per copy. Mall requests for thousands of maps are received each year from lowans. Slightly more than a million Iowa maps were distributed last year with a similar amount available this year. Bulk deliveries are now being made to distribution centers around the state. Featured on the cover of the new map is a full color montage of familiar scenes depleting the four distinct seasons of Iowa. More than 350 major and minor revisions were necessary to bring the 1972 map up to date. The Highway Commission, each year, includes changes received from cities, towns, counties and other state agencies as well as information from adjoining states to complete the continuity of major routes across the state lines. The new map shows an additional 25 miles of Interstate open to traffic, three additional safety rest areas and more than 20,000 miles of paved highways on the primary and secondary road systems In Iowa. The new map will be available from the following Iowa locations: Iowa State Highway Commission, central offices in Ames; Commission District Offices in Ames, Mason City, Sioux City, Atlantic, Falrfield and Cedar Rapids; resident construction and maintenance offices and maintenance garages throughout the state; Highway Patrol District Offices; Interstate Safety Rest Areas; County Court House and Chamber of Commerce offices; also from the State Printing Board, State Conservation Commission, Iowa Development Commission and Iowa Department of Public Safety, .all in Des.Moines. As an official state publication the official state highway map is not distributed through commercial sources. Addresses of High way Corn- mission facilities throughout Iowa may be found Jn local telephone directories. Winnie Mulder dies suddenly in Calif. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Winnie Mulder, Bellflower, Calif. Slie died very unexpectedly on April 12. Services were liRlrl at the Bethel Reformed Church on Saturday In Bellflower. She Is survived by one son; six daughters and one sister, Mrs. Dena Van Klompenburg. Mrs. Mulder was born and raised in Orange City. Her sister, Miss Dora Hospers, who lived In Orange City all her life died In March of 1971. Karen, 10, Lora, 8, and Jeff, 6, children of Mr. and Jits, Harold Van Bemmel. WE HAVE CONTRACTED FOR ANOTHER USED FURNITURE AUCTION. WE NEED YOUR USED FURNITURE. Urn, (ml Wanda Beth, 10, Harlan James, 7, Kay Ann, 4, and Wayne, 1, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vander ift. Kevin, 8, Glenn, 6, Joan, 4, and Brent, 1, children 'Mr, and Mrs. Vern Vande Kamp. meer Home news I. and Mrs. Harold Kraal, Pabel Kraal and Mr. and lie Roy Kraal and Krlstl ICtierokee drove to visit P Dayton Kraal home INewell, Iowa to observe [todays of Mrs. Dayton |iU Roy Kraal and Mrs. 1 Kraal on Sunday af- ' Albert Mulder and w Mrs. Leonard De f 'rom Sioux Center vi- Mrs. Minnie Hulsman py, Martha Meyer at« 35th wedding an/ open house for Mr. •«. Hannas Woelber at 11 Sunday afternoon. She Mupper guest of Mr. '••John-Meyer at Boy- iinnil Mlnnle Steuvens p tier Monday. •Sarah Van Zee ac- N.Mr, and Mrs. John * wom Boyden to vl- l^rXiH 0 ! 111 ^ koff 1. "* at Baldwin, Iowa i She returned last 1 "?S, Duflns Van lyS' f "m Sioux Cen- Jtar Friday, Mr. and C I! 1 " Z6e and ~- m on her Sunday, and M evenln e to <and Mrs.JoeSmlts, c Sn Znens met ^ the ' , . Miss sang a solo, em spent l th the LoweU i as t Weekf [ Vries vl. k £ B ««»ngto ns at '" y ' Mr - Satuiv Mrs. Matilda Schaep from Fort Dodge visited her moth- her Mrs. John Lubbers last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vander Kooi from Edgerton called on Mrs. Bertha Tuinenga on Saturday. Mrs. Grace Enghers' visitors on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyenen from Hull Enghers from Le Mars. local New Mr. and Mrs. Joe De Wit were dinner guests Sunday at the home of the Gilbert Aberson. They are the parents of Mrs. Aberson. Mr. and Mrs. John Klein- hessellnk of Orange City visited Sunday afternoon In the Larry Bloemendaal home, Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Vogel and family were Saturday morning brunch guests at the Norman Boonstra home. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Van Klompenburg of Maurice visited In the home of Gilbert Abersons Sunday evening Phyllis Owens and friend Bob Cook, both students at Drake visited in the Lyle Burns home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Eshuls were notified last Tuesday evening of the death of his brother-in-law, Ben Voetburg of Rock Valley, In a ditch cave-In that he was working In. Attending the funeral from Orange City on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Kots, Mr. and Mrs. Bernanrd Wobbema and Mrs. Marlon Van Zandbergen. WE'LL ALLOW UP TO for your old mattress or box spring on a new Innerspring Mattress or Box Spring priced^ from & up allow* , U P to for your used large chair or rocker on a new Rocker or loitnge Chair Priced Jr'.om Well allow up to | for your old floor lamp^ on a new Floor or Stick . Lamp Priced from We'll C allow *¥* up to for your old dinette set on a new Dinette Set Priced from & up If you have no trade-in we'll give you a LIBERAL DISCOUNT i^HIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlim Well -*-••—• allow * C up to J on your old table lamp on a new Table Lamp up tit up to for your old davenport set on a new Sofa We'll allow up to Priced' from for your used desk on a new living room Desk priced from Priced • from We'll C allow *? up to for your used dining room set on a new Dining Rootn Set priced from $ 398 & up We'll allow up to for your used occasional, step, corner, cocktail "or lamp table on a new Table Well allow up to $ priced from $2995 & up for your used small chair or rocker on a new Chair or Hi Base Rocker Priced from Well allow up to for your used studio couch on a new Studio Couch Priced < from WE'LL ALLOW UP TO t;t for your used 3-pc. bedroom set Bedroom Set priced from IEASY TERMS! FREE DELIVERYI A W A I Of Orange City THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 20, 1972-3

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