The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 4
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April 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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News of yesterday -Let's feel the material!" says Harlin Vermeer, Secretary-Treasurer of the Northwestern Concert Band. The girls, Joan Blom, (center) President and Andrea Beek, vS-Presiclent, made their dresses. All the girls in the NVJ'Band sewed new .black floor length gowns to be worn for the first time in concert during the band tour April 20-23. 10 YEARS AGO A man who has served as Superintendent of the Glidden- Ralston Community School has accepted the position of Superintendent of the M-OC schools. He is Frank W. Hulsart who will replace George J. Lorber. Dr. and Mrs. Gerald De Jong have purchased the P. D," Van Oosterhout estate house on Concord Ave. The De Jongs sold their acreage in the north end of town to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Muilenburg. The Muilenburg's sold thief home to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vanden Brink. Rev. Donald Lenderink of Little Falls, New Jersey, spent the weekend in Orange City coming here in connection with the call he received from the Trinity Reformed Church. Jerry Van Horssen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Van Horssen of Maurice is one of 35 outstanding 4-H and FFA members who will be competing for the $500 scholarship and college wardrobe given to the winner of the 1962 Pork Days King contest. The competition is sponsored by the Sioux City Stockyard as part of their 1962 Pork Days program. 15 YEARS AGO John Groen and his son, Calvin have bought the pool hall building on Washington Steet from Peter De Cook for $G,000. They plan to move their plumbing equipment there and some day in the future to build a new shop. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kepp of Rochester, Minn, are guests in the Hawkeye Hotel. Mr. ' Kepp is contractor for the new electric light plant. 30 YEARS AGO Trade in your old lawnmower on a new mower while you can still get one. Priced $5.98 and up. Gamble Store. Frank Vogel and Nellie De Jong both from Calif, and John R Vogel son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel left by train for Grand Rapids, Mich, this week where Frank intends to buy a used car to drive back to Calif, and John intends to enjoy a first time vacation. Neighbors and relatives came to the farm home of Wm. Ter Horst, unexpectedly Thursday afternoon with their teams and manure spreaders ready to help Mr. Ter Horst get his land ready for seeding. With eight spreaders and 20 men they hauled away over 100 loads of fertilizer. Co. TB and Health Associations meet Hospers Hews Hospers Police Car was 2i30 Bob Vogel's Science Fair project was construction and demonstration of the water wheel. The fair was helit last Thursday, He is a 6th grader at M-OC. Bill Kepp explains an Artesian well in his Science Fair project. He is an M-OC Gth grader. local Hem Mrs. ,J. F. De Jong returned homo last week from St. Lukes Hospital, Sioux City, Iowa after having had hip surgery. Mrs. Henry \\lelenga and Mrs. Fritz Iferweyer visited Mrs. Mary De John at the Pleasant Acres NursingHome in Hull Tuesday. Mr=. Dick Kluis of Maurice anrl Mrs. Hattle Vander Pol of Orange City attended the funeral of Dr. GerrilBek- kerlng at Edgerton, Minn., on Monday. Mrs. Florence R, Mouwen- tertained friends at dinner at her home nn Wednesday evening.' The Better lloinfis Department of the Oranre City Woman's Club will have a luncheon on Friday at the Dutch Mill Inn. Mrs. Don Hake man and Allyson from Sanbora .veivvisi- tors nn Tuesday in the home of Mrs. A! Van Oo.-t. Mr. and Mrs, Her in Oortlt spent the weekend in Grinnell with the Darwin Oordt family. Hospers news Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boersma and family and Becky Lago attended the morning church service and were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boersma at Dunlap, la. on Sun. Thursday and Friday guests at the home of Mrs. Betha ZAvagerman were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Nyenhuis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghorst of Artesia, Cal. Last week Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin were Mrs. Marv Jongma, Marsha and Melinda of Heron Lake, Minn., Mrs. Steve Hulstein of Sanborn, Mrs. Fred Saupe of Primghar and Mrs. Don Adkins of Newklrk. Mr, and Mrs, Simon De Jong of Sioux Center were Sunday evening after church guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dykstra and family. Mrs. Neal Schoep is spending the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Dowie Van- rler Dergat Sioux Center. Mrs. Vancler Berg has returned homo after undergoing surgery recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongma and family moved recently to rural Orange City. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Reek- firs and girls have temporarily moved into town while a new home is built on their farm place. A new home is being built on the farm place of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boender, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reekers, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Van't Hoi and their families were Sunday evening after church Y/uests" at the Leroy Bras iome. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buysman and Pam and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamfers of Ashton were Sunday evening visitors at the Ben Lamfers home. _ 1--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL. Thursday, April 20, 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Rich Suwyn of Mallcha, Minn., were dinner guests last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Goslinga, Sr. Rev. and Mrs. Andy Kamphuis were overnight visitors last Thursday onthewayhome from Wisconsin to Apache, Okla., at the Joe Boender home. Additional evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Hamming from Ireton, Mr. and Mrs. August Hamming from Sheldon, Mrs. Irwin Wierlnga and children, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boender and family, Miss Ada Wieman, David and Andy Boender from Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boender and Caroline. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp were Wednesday afternoon callers last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Koel at Rock Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pop- pema were Sunday evening after church guests at the Ralph Stuit home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yonker of Grand Rapids spent from Tuesday through Monday at the John Waanders home. They also visited with other relatives and friends in town and in the area. Mr, and Mrs. Pete Zelling- a of Momenoe, 111,, were callers last Wednesday afternoon at the Andrew Vander Berg home. . Mr. and Mrs. San Brink and Julie were Sunday supper guests in the Rev, Norman Menning home at Doon. The Menning brothers and sisters furnished the special music that evening at the Doon Reformed Church. At a meeting of the Central Board of Dordt college recently, Rev. B.J. Haan, pastor of the First Christian Reformed church of Sioux Center, accepted the one-year appointment which had been given him as the first president of Dordt. f Henry Vande Berg of Orange City is making plans to attend the school for the blind at Vinton this summer to learn rug weaving. Vande Berg disposed of his milk cows last month, selling five animals to the Sioux County Home." ^ Mr. and Mrs. BillVerdoorn are the proud parents of a baby girl born April 17. She has been named Kathy Kay. Pfc. James Van Kekerix, whose wife, Marjorie, lives in Sioux Center, is a member of the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. 20 YEARS AGO On Monday evening, Miss Luellen Mulder was a guest of honor at a pre -nuptial shower given by Frances Hansen of Alton. Miss Mulder will be married to Merlyn Wallinga. of Hull on May 10. 25 YEARS AGO Wilbur Ver Steeg has resigned his job at Gambler's and will become manager and bookkeeper at the Farmers Oil Station. Word was received he re this •week that wooden shoes would not be available from Holland, Mich. The Legion is attempting to contact a source in Sioux Falls for shoes, and Mr. Schiebout is writing to relatives in Pella. Orange City now misses Jacob Van Hof whose tools for making wooden shoes still hang in his workshop. The Sioux County Tuberculosis and Health Association met Tuesday, April 11 in the basement of Pete's Auto-Dine at Sioux Center. Mrs. Russell Maatman, president presided. Mrs. Marion Koele, campaign chairman, reported asealssale of $3728.99 in the Fall 1971 cmapaign. It was announced that the 1972 campaign will be conducted from Des Motnes by computer. Mrs. Ralph Vande Berg was transferred from the Sioux Valley Hospital on Tuesday, April 11 to the Orange City Hospital. A eet-acqualnted coffee party was held Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Gene schutt with Mrs. Floyd Blom, Mrs. Bob Mullenburg and Benjl and Mrs. Ron Van't'Hof and Sharla. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Den Hartog and family and Mr. an Mrs. Bill Grotenhuis and David visited Sunday afternoon at the Bert Van Kley home at A - lendorf. They went especially to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rich Den Hartog and Rita who were there from Holland, Mich. They also attended the evening service of the First Reformed Church at Sibley were Rita Den Hartog rendered special music. Mr. and Mrs. Cltf Birnk, Carla and Harvey were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grotenhuls in Sioux City. Sunday evening after-church guests at the Henry Kamles home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schreur and family, Geraldine Schreur of Alton, Anjean Smit of Worthington, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Weltering and family. Mrs. Dan Alons, Gail, Cheryl Lynn and Ruth visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Katje Lems at Rock Valley. ~aturda yF rAprili6.Thered light atop the car was broken a Ji two antennaes were broken, The license plate was twisted down and the gas cap removed. A car driven by Mrs. Harold schmtt Saturday morning, 5, hit several sows be- Tows were'killed. Mrs. Schmlt and her children were not injured. The car received heavy front end damage and was taken to the body shop. Mrs. Glen Hofmeyer entered the Sheldon Hospital on Thursday, April 13 and underwent surgery that Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Surk- sum and Mrs. Rena Hofmeyer were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boersma. Local Nei Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gr and Lori, from Blue Earl Minn, visited in the hoj Ralph De-Jong last Th« r «i afternoon. This past Sunday a ft en Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D e helped Mrs. Stella Hnut«J of Newkirk celebrate birthday. Nellie Mennlng, Mrs. RJI De Jong and Gertrude DejJ and Mr. and Mrs. j] Melles helped Peter Vanw of Newklrk celebrate birthday. Mrs. Roberta Colon, administrator of the Sioux Center Hospital, expressed the appreciation of the four Sioux County hospital who were recipients of $300 each for purchase of respiratory equipment. Mrs. Bernice Bergsma, Sioux County Health nurse, reported on her case-findings program, especially the drive to include a TB Mantou test in the checkup of EVERY pre-school child in the county. -.»Miss Sarah Gardner, an eighth grade student from the Sioux Center School presented her radio speech on Air Pollution for which she was awarded first place in the state. The Association presented her with an award for her achievement. A larger participation by students in all schools is urged for future years. Mr, Don Ritchie, a laryn- gectomee from Spencer, spoke to the group, relating his experiences as an ex-smoker who underwent a tracheotomy for the removal of his voice box due to cancer. He now uses esophogial speech, the preferred method for tracheotomy patients. Mr. Ritchie has dedicated his life to speaking especially to school groups all over the state in an effort to influence this age group through his experiences before they start smoking. Mrs. Ed Grotenhuis, Mrs. Ruth Raak, Mrs. Arnie Te Stroete, Mrs. Andy Jurrlaans, Mrs. Nick Hulst, Jr., and Mrs. Tony Boone, Mrs. Arle Van Veldhulzen and Mrs. Roman Verschoor of Sioux City attended the Auxiliary Meeting and Lunch at the Auto Dine last week Tuesday noon. NOTICE The American Legion Auxiliary will meet on Tuesday, April 25, 1972, at 8sl5p.ro. at the home of Mrs.DonMouw with Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer as hostess. Please note change of time and place. 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 prefer 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 CONSIDER!^ A LOAN ON LAND TALK TO If you are considering loan on land to buy lam consolidate debts, make m,, provements or for other purl poses . . . talk to us. W like to show you how Land Bank can save y UB money and provide flexiW ity in your financing. LATMDB7VNK Jay Mann, Mgr. Russell Hughes, Ass't Me Phone 324-2414 .Hwy 18 & 6th Ave—SHELD Attention Dairymen Stockmen Curtiss Breeding Service will be holding an Artificial Insemenation School in the Orange City area AUCTION Real Estate and Household Items The following will be sold at Public Auction on the premises located 1 block West and Vz block South of the 1st Christian Reformed Church in Orange City, Iowa—420 Colorado Ave. SW, on Sat., April 29 at 1:30 p.m. Real Estate This is a 3 bedroom home with a modern kitchen, living room; bath, porch and is gas heated and also has a garage. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 13 Block 17 South Addition of Orange City, Iowa. TERMS: 20 % down on the day of the sale and the balance on June 15, 1972 upon delivery of deed and abstract showing merchantable title. TAXES: 1971 taxes payable in 1972 will be paid by the sellers. INSURANCE: Sellers agree to carry existing insurance until possession is given. POSSESSION: Immediate. Household Items RCA Television Coffee Table End Tables Davenport and Chair Kenmore Gas Stove (like new) Refrigerator Automatic Washer Electric Clothes Dryer Golden Rocker Kitchen Table & Chairs Table Lamps Swivel Rockers 3 pc Bedroom Set Set of Golf Clubs Some used Lumber Stereo Set With AM/ FM Radio Comb. The price of $ 100 includes school and $ 50 in free semen For more information contact Bob Kannegieter Phone 712-475-3648 George, Iowa Numerous other items 1969 Impala Chev, 2 Door Hardtop, 3 Speed Transmission, 396 engine and has only 54000 miles and a lot of good miles left in it. To see the home contact one of the Auctioneers. Terms; Cash Not responsible for accidents Fred Dykhuizen Owner Bogaard & van Gelder Auctioneers | Northwestern State ^* f * WWWfff ************Wfw**~**.,**

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