The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 10
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April 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 10

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MutfOdl Cards of Thanks Services For Sale CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to our friends and relatives for the cards and gifts for our 25th anniversary wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kuiken. 21-lc CARD OF THANKS Dear friends, Pastors Dr. R. Van Heukelom and Rev. Al Elssens, also the hospital staff. I wish to thank all of you for your prayers, visits, cards, flowers, food and personal services. All these kindnesses will always be remembered. Thank you all. 21-lc CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to the many friends and relatives who attended the open house at the Jack Mouw farm, and for the flowers from the neighbors, the many cards sent to us in Arizona for our wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mouw. 21-lp CARD OF THANKS ELECTROLUX (R) Sales & Service. ArleM.Bomgaars, 403 5th, N.W., Orange City. Phone 737-2934. 12-15w-tfc "WE DRILL WELLS; we bore wells; we dig farm cess - pools. Alton Cement Works, Alton, Iowa." 5-16w-tfc FOR longer wear keep carpets clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 21-16w-lc GLASS breaking problems — solve it with Plexlglas. 1/16" - 1/8" - 1/4" in stock. Vogel & Van De Brake. Orange City, la. 1 10.-20w-tfc REJUVENATE old furniture with Old Masters Antiquing and Graining. Lots of color combinations -- also Metallic Tone Antiquing. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City, la. 10-25w-tfc Purebred Border Collie Pups. Good Cattle Dogs. Gerrit H. Rozeboom Sioux Center, Iowa Phone 722-0443. GET UP NIGHTS? BACKACHE, LEG PAINS, SCANTY FLOW, SMARTING may be nature's warning of functional kidney disorders--"Danger Ahead." Increase and regulate passage with GENTLE BUKETSdiure- tic in 4 DAYS (only 3 tablets a day) or your 48<? back at any drug counter. Today at the VILLAGE DRUG. 19-44w-4c Rentals FOR RENT: House in Orange City. Call 567-4165 atMau- rice. 21-10w-lp Legals NOTICE TO BIDDERS -from the children and grandchildren of Mrs. Albert Slot- houber- We wish to express our thanks to all the dear friends who demonstrated their concern and love for Mother during her lengthy Illness, and for the kindnesses shown the family following her passing. A special word of thanks to Rev. Lenderink for all his prayers and faithfulness in calling on her; and to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Muilenburg and the staff at the Heritage House for the loving care they so richly gave her. She looked forward to going to her Heavenly Home; therefore we can only say, "Praise the Lord!" Mr. and Mrs. Everett Boone Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Langstraat Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw and families. 21-lp Wanted Interested in recovering as a family possession a Dutch Language Bible belonging to my grandfather, Roelof Bos (1835-1928) and sold by him to an Orange City resident. Edward Bos 2522Walnut St. Cedar Falls, la. 50613 21-32w-2c Notices K T F C 103.3 Dutch Hour, Sunday, 6:15 p.m. 6w~tfc For Sale CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express the gratitude we feel to relatives, friends, and neighbors for the many deeds of kindness shown to our family durlngthe illness and passing of our beloved husband, father, .and grandfather. We would also like to express heartfelt thanks-To the pastors Van Heukelom, Eissens, Lenderink, Wallinga and Ekema for their prayers and concern. To Mr. Van Etten for all his help and services rendered. To the staff at St. Luke's Medical Center for their kind and excellent care. All these deeds will long be re- mombered. SAFF.LYHOME I am home in Heaven, dear ones; All's so happy, all's so bright! There's perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All thf- pain and grief are over, Every restless tossing pass- wJ; I am now at peace forever, Safely home in Heaven at last. Did you wonder I so calmly Trod the Valley of the Shade? Oh! but Jesus'love illumined Fvery dark and fearful glade. And lie came Himself to meet me In that way so hard to tread; And with Jesus' arm to lean on, Could 1 have one doubt or dread? Then you must not grieve so sorely, For I love you dearly still; Try to look beyond earth's shadows, Pray to trust our Father's will. Then? is work still waiting for you, So you must not idle stand; Do your work while life re- maineth-- You shall rest in Jesus' land. When that work is all complete, He will gently call you home; Oh, the rapture of the meeting! Oh, the joy to see you corne! Mrs. Frank Vander Wilt Mr, and Mrs, Gary Vander Wilt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boote Mr, and Mrs. Jim Van Klompenburg Mr. and Mrs. Robert La Point and families. 21-lc FOR SALE; One set of New Cyclone Headers for Big Block 62-64 Chevies, 348 Cu. In, - 409 Cu. In. Phone 737-4664. 21-17w-2c NEW X-ll Reducing Plan. 42 Tablets $3.00. Money back Guarantee, Village Drug. 16-lOc REDUCE excess fluids with Fluidex, $1.69-Lose weight safely with Dex-A-Diet, $1.98 at The Village Drug. FOR SALE: 100 acre farm Z\ miles east of Akron on Black Top, $300. Don Swanson, R.R. 2 Sioux City, la. 252-4621. 19-19w-tfc FOR SALE: 19G8 Chevelle- low mileage. Good condition. Phone 2G08 after 4:00 P.m. 21-12w-lc 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Sioux County at his office in Orange City, Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock, A.M., on April 25, 1972, for the various items of construction work listed below. 2. A certified check, made payable to the County, or a Cashier's check, made payable to either the County or to the contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank, shall be filed with each proposal In an amount as set forth in the proposal form. Cashier's check made payable to the contractor, shall contain an unqualified endorsement to the County signed by the contractor or his authorized agent. Failure to execute a contract and file an acceptable bond and certificate "of insurance within 15 days of the date of the approval for awarding of the contract, as herein provided, will be just and sufficient cause for the denial of the award and the forfeiture of the proposal guarantee. Bid bond is acceptable. 3. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Engineer. 4. All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. General construction of a 62'8" x 48'0" Concrete Block Building Addition to the Sioux County Shop located in Boyden, Iowa. amount as set forth In the proposal form. Cashier's check, made payable to the contractor, shall contain an unqualified endorsement to the County signed by the contractor or his authorized agent. Failure to execute a contract and file an acceptable bond and certificate of insurance within 15 days of the date of the approval for awarding of the contract, as herein provided, will be just and sufficient cause for the denial of the award and the forfeiture of the proposal guarantee. Bid Bond is permissable. 3. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Engineer. 4. All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions coveringthe qualifications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the contract. 6. As a condition precedent to being furnished proposal forms, a prospective 'bidder must be on the current Iowa State Highway Commission list of qualified bidders; except that this requirement will not apply when bids are received solely for materials, supplies or equipment. Gravel resurfacing from two County owned pits on 185 miles of Sioux County Secondary Roads consisting of: 77,000 Tons of crushed, screened, and loaded gravel 1,844,000 units of hauling (one-half mile units) Certified check or bid bond$4,000 Dated April 13, 1972 Board of Supervisors of Sioux County M.J. Van Wyk Published April 20 and April 27, 1972 in The SIOUXCOUN- TY CAPITAL Center news Trico Inc. consisting of Marion, JlmandMerlynKren- diet and Leroy Punt purchased the Bethel Christian Reformed Church parsonage for $8300. Plans are to convert the building tntoapartments, after pos- sesion which will be given the first of October, when the new parsonage is to be completed. Martin Kuiken is a patient in the local hospital, having undergone major surgery there on Tuesday. Here to see him were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuilen from Montevideo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Vande Berg from Perry are staying with her sister, Mrs. Douwe Vande Berg for a number of weeks, while the latter is recuperating at her home following major surgery. Mrs. Gene Van Berkel, a recent bride, returned to her work as bookkeeper at the local hospital Monday having had a months vacation. Mrs. Peter Westra from Jefferson, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Jess Wells, ter husband went on to Sioux Falls to bring his mother, Mrs. John Westra home She had been, visiting the children for a number of days. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harskamp from Cedar Falls spent Saturday here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Roekel and with his P^mis, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Harskamp. Kyle, six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J.Schte- man, who had his foot caught in an auger at their farm home two weeks ago, had surgery, and ^s doing well but remains under care in the St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schelling are the Parents of a daughter, their first child born at the local hospital Wednesday afternoon. She has been named Renita Lynn and the mother is the former Esther Colenbrander. This makes Mr. and Mrs. Arle Colen- brander grandparents for the first time, and it Is also the first great grandchild for Dick Colenbrander, who lives in Pleasant acres, Hull. Certified Check - $500 March 29, 1972, Board of - Supervisors of Sioux County. By M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor. Published April G, 13 & 20, 1972, in The Sioux County Capital. FOR SALE: WALLPAPER -Over 1,000 patterns in stock. 39? to $8.00 a single roll. The most complete selection in NW Iowa. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange City. la. 10-29w-tfc FOR SALE: VINYL Wall- covering. 130 patterns in stock. Also over 20 special order books on display. Vogel & Van De Brake. 50-18w-tfc SECRET . , . Lose Water Weight body bloat, puffiness etc. X-Pel Water Pills only $3.00 or Money Back Refund, The Village Drug. 11-20W-10 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Sioux County at his office in Orange City, Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock, A.M., on May 2, 1972, for the various items of construction work listed below, 2. A certified check, made payable to the County, or a Cashier's check, made payable to either the County or to the contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank, shall be filed with each proposal in an IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SIOUX COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES KOOPMANS Deceased Probate No. 10,011 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all persons interested in the Estate of Charles Koopmans Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 14th day of April, 1972, the last will and testament of Charles Koopmans deceased bearing date of the 26th day of February, 1972, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Viola Koopmans was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 14th day of April, 1972. Viola Koopmans Executor of said Estate Klay and Baste meyer Attorneys for said Executor Date of second publication 27th day of April, 1972. If we are ever to enjoy life, now is the time. Today should always be our most wonderful day. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Medema left Tuesday to return home to Berwyn, 111. having spent a weeks visit with the relatives here. They brought her mother, Mrs. Clarence Mol home. She had been with them for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Punt spent the weekend In Omaha, Neb., with the children, the Paul Punt family. Going with them were Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Ploeg, who were guests of the Donald Beernink family. Mrs. Beernink was hospitalized following major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Vermeer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kempers to Le Mars Tuesday to attend the annual Nipco board meeting. Children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as many other relatives and friends called on Mrs, Tony Van Berkel Tuesday, as she was celebrating her 79th birthday that day. Larry Zeutenhorst, formerly from Orange City, has completed a three months course of study in training for the Highway Patrol In Salina, Kan. and came the past week end to get Mrs. Zeutenhorst and son, who have been staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Vander Wilt. They are now at home In Overland Park, Kansas. Clarence Mol left for the Netherlands to spend an extended visit with the Jake DeRyke family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Punt from Plpestone, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vande Kamp from Hardwick, Minn., came Tuesday evening to attend the wedding of Beverly Meendering and Dennis Jansen, which took place at Bethel Christian Reformed Church. Anthony Van Ravenswaay has returned home from the St. Lukes hospital, Sioux City where he had been a medical patient for several weeks. Mrs. Henry Vanden Heuvel returned home Saturday from Grand Rapids, Mich., where she spent a week with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Vander Ploeg, while her father •was in the hospital, following major surgery. Mrs. Henry Hulstein has been staying with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Raak at Rock Rapids the past week, after she was released from the local hospital. A missionary group meeting of the Dorcas Circle of the • First Reformed Church was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Van Roekel, who entertained for her mother, Mrs. Art Franken. The latter makes her home in the local nursing wing. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vonk have returned home from a three weeks vacation spent visiting relatives in California. Rev. Jack Boerigter returned home Saturday having spent several days in New York, where he attended the spring meeting of the General program council. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sanko left Thursday morning to return home to Buffalo, New York, following a visit with her family here. They were house guests of her sister, Gertrude Rozeboom, and were enroute home from California. FLOYD FALCONS The Floyd Falcons 4-H Club held their April meeting on Saturday the 15th at 7:30 p.m. In the Hospers Comunlty Building. The meeting was called to order by the president John Schneider. Dale De Jong led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was answered by 21 members and two leaders with a brand of corn. The club received three new boys Into their membership. They wer Paul and Todd Te Brink and David De Jong. New business was discussed about the Mini Corn Contest. Mark Lyftogt gave a talk and demonstration on "Plant Growth Factors", The 4-H Pledge was led by Doug De Haan. Host for the evening were Randy and Wayne Van Dyke. The next meeting will take place on' May 20th at the Hospers shelter House. . Reporter-Dale De Jong .... • SILVER SLIPPERS Elevefi members answered roll call with "A kind of seam" at our meeting held on Saturday, April 8, 1972 at the home of Beth Bosma. Laura Renslnk opened the meeting at 2 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance. The 4-H Pledge was led by Beth Bosma. The demonstration of "Putting In a zipper" was given by Kathy Reekers and "Let's put In a hem" by Beth Bosma, and "Sewing modern fabrics" by Karen Klein. We discussed what we could do to raise money for our club, A delicious lunch was served by Beth and her mother. Fir recreation we played soft ball. The next meeting will be held on Sat., May 13, at the home of Lori Bruyn. Reporter—Vicki Solsma • • • • » JUNIOR COUNTRY GALS The meeting of the Junior Country Gals was held March 4 at the home of Kim and Carla Rensink. The meeting was called to order by Janet Van Roekel at 1:30. Roll call was of a fabric. The pi, the American flag was i« Carla. The 4H pledge waJ by Mtkell. OW buslne, talking about our profits fl our Stanley party. N^b ness was talking about , for our Mother's Day gram and the skit we » to do. The secretary' treasurer's reports ven and approved. Brenda gave a demo on "Making your blouse! selecting your fabric," Kim gave a tletnonstti on "Using Your Pattern", Our leaders made a] bag. Recreation was It Tammy and Kim, Carla their mother and S |l served a delicious Reporter, Laura Van'l JUNIOR COUNTRY GAI The meeting of the Country Gals was held M at the home of Mlkelll Mavis Van Zandbergen,! meeting was called to j at 1:15 by Janet Van R« The pledge to the 4-H, was led by Kim Renslnk, I Boterhoek led the pie the U.S. flag. Roll cal,. "Your Pattern" answerj 14 members. The secreld and treasurer's reports i| given and approved. OWb ness was talking aboul Mother's Day Tea. Laun. Tammy gave a demonstn on "Cutting Your Blot Janet gave one on "Pressl For 'recreation we madi vitatlons and gifts for] Mother's Day Tea. MikelM .-Mavis and their mother] ved a delicious lunch, "Carefnll, don't cut \ yourself!" Business and Professional I DIRECTORY ! People either give you a lift or depress you, What do you give them? Mrs. Elsie Koolbeck from _. Indianaola spent the past week •with relatives here and was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary De Vos. Mr, and Mrs. John H. Den Herder have returned home having spent the winter months in Florida, Here from a distance to attend funeral services held Saturday from Mrs. D. D. Roelofs were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roelofs from Longwood, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roelofs from Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Roelofs from Wheaton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roelofs from St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Steve Chapman from Boulder, Colo., Norma Roelofs from Chicago, 111., and Dr. and Mrs, Jim Roelofs from Cass Lake, Minn. Local New* Mrs. Martin Weeks from Vermillion Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Hospers at the Heritage House this week. Judge Martin Van Oosterhout returned on Friday evening after spending the week in Court Session In St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mey- link received a call from their daughter Willa telling them of her recent appendectomy on April 6. She Is now recuperating very nicely and will be teaching Physical Education in the high school in Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia. Mr. and Mrs. John Klas- beek and family from Sioux City were weekend house- guests of the John Vogel's. They also visited with other relatives and friends. On Saturday evening a birthday party was held in honor of Mrs. Kalsbeek's birthday. II Physicians SIOUX-PREME PACKING CO. Sioux Center, Iowa Prices Paid Last Week April 11 23.00 23.25 April 12 23.00 23.25 April 13 23.00 23.25 April 14 23.00 23.25 April 15 23.00 23.25 April 17 23,20 23.50 If you have hogs for sale call Collect 723-8001 NOTICE The Sioux County Board of Review and Equalization will be in session during the month of May, Any property owner or aggrieved taxpayer having a just complaint concerning his assessment for the year 1972 may file a written protest against such assessment with the local Board of Review on or after May 1, to and including May 20, 1972. Place of meeting will be the Sioux County Courthouse. Further information may be obtained at the office of the Sioux County Assessor, Willis H. Me/link Sioux County Assessor Help Wanted Full time workers for production sewing and other manufacturing operations for both day and night shifts Apply in person 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. No experience necessary. Must be willing to work year around. , INC. Industrial Air Park 'Oraoge City, Iowa 51041 An Equal Opportunity Employer MEDICIAL CLINIC Orange'City, Iowa Phone 4938 and 4984 E.B. GROSSMANN, M.D. Phone 2261 A. BUSHMER, M.D. Phone 2284 R. HASSEBROEK, M.D. Phone 2245 P. VANDER KOOI, M.D. Phone 4104 Mon.-Fri., 9:00-4:30 E. B. GROSSMANN, JR., M.D. General Surgeon 111 Central Ave. SE Phone 737-4817 Optometrist DR. A. N. ALBERTSEN Optometrist 110 2nd St. NW Phone 4246 Orange City, Iowa Veterinarians ' SIOUX VETERINARY CLINIC Dr. A. J, Neumann Dr. L. H. Royer Dr. David Chrlstenson Dr. M. Van Haaften VETERINARIANS Phone 4950 Orange City, Iowa DR. W. L. VERMEER DR. EARLE DOUGLAS VETERINARIANS PHONE 4122 113 SrdSt.N.W. ' Orange City, Iowa A. Krull Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-5604 This Space for sale Services SALES SERVICE RENTAL! KALSBEEK's in Orange C| Telephone 737- ROGGEN & FOB ELECTRONIC COMPUTERSERVICESJ 113 3rd St.N.E. Phone 4963 Orange City, HEARING AIDS] i Audi vox • Qualiloi • Zenith C. J. STEGIKK Radio & TV at Kalsbeek Bros, Orange City Auctioneer CLIFF BOGAARD| Auctioneer Phone 2219 Orange City, REN VAN GELDS Auctioneer & Real PHONE 756-4510 Alton, Iowa Emergent] Phone FIRE — POLICE HOSPITAL SHERIFF MAYOR (ROBERT Cornelius Slebersma | Phone 4684 James Woudstra Phone 4553 - Glllls Haverdlnk Phone 2566 Dale Hubers Phone 2778 William Tolman Phone 4288

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