The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 27, 1972 · Page 3
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1972
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An open letter to The CAPITAL vices held for Vel lingo ieral services were held i enry Velllnga, 84, on lay, April 22, at the First Jit church with Rev. Hssens officiating. He very suddenly on Thurs- Upril 20 of a heart attack , local hospital. OTS born December 14, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Ring lg aatHospers, married Relnders on Febr. 12, They farmed near Or- dty until his retirement. Is survived by his widow; laughters, Mrs. A. (Nell) . Arizona, Mrs. Roy fca) Vander Stoep, Orange iMrs. Marlon (Helen) ir, Orange City, Wllma insteln of Des Moines; ons, Rodney of Orange (John of Sioux City, Har- 11 Marshalltown, Robert ale Center; 27 grand•en and 10 great-grand- ren. He was preceded In by two grandchildren, ian Douglas Mouw and n Vellinga. He is also vedbyflve sisters, Mrs. Klelnhessellnk of Or- Clly, Mrs. John G. Relnd- GretilngerJ Mrs. Hessel Elzenga, Mrs. Jeanette and Mrs. Chas. H. De all of Orange City; two srs, Ed of Sheldon and R, of Sheldon, Special music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Hans Vander Maaten. Pallbearers were, Rodney Vellinga, David Vel- llnga,' Douglas Korver, Jim Velllnga, Allen Vellinga and Jeff Klopfenstein. Burial was at Westlawn under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home locil Hem Mr. and Mrs. Willis Nlen- huis and Mrs. Henry Berghorst, both from Artesla, California were guests last Friday evening in the Otto H. Rowenhorst home. They had been visiting with relatives and friends in this area for two weeks and left for their home again Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Gorp from Montevideo and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Anundson from Granite Falls visited with relatives and friends *in Orange City on Monday and that evening were supper guests in the home of Mrs, Van Gorp's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Neal Van Roekel in Sioux Center. Mr, and Mrs. Tlce Boone from Lynden, Washington were dinner guests on Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Hilbert Jager. st people look toward lent as a time of rcla oyment. And it carT'Lie irepare for it. Hut if you tcan be a time of worry .•ontentment. A time when nlook back and think of m ways that you could iveil, but didn't. 11, there's no better time k about retirement than you're working, e easy way to save on a lasisisby purchasing rings Bonds through the Savings I'lan where irk. there's a bonus interest all L'.S. Savings Homls— Ws, 5,4', when held to vo!5 years, 10 months (4' ( < thcTfrst year;, i nat extra YI (,(•, payable as a bonus at 'maturity, applies to all Monds issued since June 1, IV70 , . . with a comparable improvement for .ill older Bonds. Buy I'.S. Savings Bonds. They'll help make your retirement just what you want it to he. !,.-., . we rt|.|.iee them. When c.i*he.l .it I'.mk. T until redemption. \n I Bunil. .Ite .1 I'M,,.I ».t> -l,,,,,,,. .,„ ^ . fjn I.,- fl *\ .Mem.I " »• "! Take stock in America. Now IJonds paya bonus at maturity. The Miriam Circle of the First Reformed Church requested that excerpts from a letter from Congressman Wiley Mayne »s off Ice be printed In the Sioux County Capital, it was presented for information at their Monday meeting as part of a study on the effects of Women's Liberation Movement and especially the Implications of the Equal Rights Amendment. The group felt that this Information from Mayne's of flee brings us up to date as to what has happened concerning the ERA and H urges concerned citizens to make their wishes known to the people who represent them in government. The Equal Rights Amendment has been before the Committees of Congress for years. There has been no question during all those years that It would, If approved in its original form, require any draft legislation to apply to women as well as to men, on an equal, nondiscrlmlnatory basis. This was well understood by the proponents of this Amendment. The Celler Subcommittee #5 of the House Judiciary Committee held long hearings in which the fact was brought out that women would have to be drafted if the Amendment were passed and there still was a draft. Congressman Mayne, despite this wide publicity regarding the amendment, did not receive one letter from his District questioning whether the Amendment should be passed In this form, but did receive many communications from national women's organizations urging that the Amendment be passed without the slightest modification. However, Congressmen Mayne and the majority of the House Judiciary Committee insisted that the Amendment be modified to permit the Congress to continue to exempt women from compulsory military service and to continue to enact legislation reasonably promoting the health and safety of women. Dan Jager will help pick up astronauts AN Daniel Jager, son of "Irs. Hilbert Jager, who is 1 ervlng with the U.S. Navy 5 now stationed abroad the hip Ticonderoga. This is the hip that will be picking up the .stronauts after they splash- own on Thursday from the noon trip. NW Concert Band returns from tour The Northwestern College Concert Band traveled to high schools and churches in Iowa and Wisconsin for their Annual Spring Tour on April 20, 21, 22, and 23. Those students from Orange City going on the tour were Sandra Calsbeek, Myra De Jong, Mary Relnders, Julie Boonstra, Rachel Vander Laan, John Steunenberg, Pete Visser, Doug Ritsema, Roger Hop, Bob Vander Maten. The Concert Band is directed by Herbert Ritsema. ATTENTION Prospective Driver Education Students Meeting for prospective drivers education students , 9 AM High School Auditorium A1 1 students intending to take driver education per Surnmer and who do not have their instruction la, are requested to secure this permit as soon I* 8 Possible. •com 1 ] 0 obtain the instruction permit you must first o H i the "Parents' written consent to issue privilege to drive. 'fo , form must be filled out completely and signed pare «ts before a notary public. Be very careful i the directions on the back of this form since, ot be accepted by the license examiners if f in an ^ Wft y« WH orni ls tt en Presented to the examiner so the »l8W * exa wiimtion (on Iowa driving laws) and the 10 " test can be taken, toiU these ^sts are passed the instruction per- o re _ a ,\ be ls sued f This permit must be obtained prior ^ration in driver education, J? t6sts can be taken in Orange City from 8 to 4 (day at ^e 'court house, It is suggested that be taken care of from 8 to 9 or by per- trorn M j, t Wlnegar during noon hour, bis The Amendment Is no longer before the Congress. It Is now up to the States to decide whether or not to agree to ratification of the Amendment In Its present form--they can not amend It. It Is possible that som6 of the State legislatures (or subsequent legislature gislatures In that State) will change their minds about ratifying the amendment and pass resolutions disapproving the Amendment, which could slow down and perhaps even reverse the ratification process and prevent the Amendment from taking effect In Its present form. You may wish to advise the present Incumbents of the Iowa General Assembly and the nominees for the next Assembly of your wishes regarding this. The Amendment will have no effect on draft legislation until two years after It has been ratified, by Its own terms -- and it is possible that there will be no draft in effect at that time. Several stop light changes made in OC Chief of police Tony Aberson recommended that stop signs be removed from several Intersections in Orange City at a special public safety committee meeting held last Thursday. The committee approved the recommendation and the changes have been made at the following intersections: 1st and Albany, 1st and Arizona, 3rd and Arizona SW, 2nd and Frankfort SE and 5th and Delaware NW. Yield signs have been put up at 5th and Delaware NW, 7th and Arizona SW and 7th and Colorado SW. These intersections have had the most accidents in the last three years. All changes are on a trial basis. Weather meeting to be held on May 10 in Sioux Center With the co-operation of the National Weather Service, and the Sioux County/Municipal Civil Defense Director, a Storm Identification Meeting has been scheduled for May 10th. The meeting will be held in the Basement Meeting Room of the Sioux Center Library at 8:00 P.M. Mr. Paul Holcomb of the National Weather Service will present a film and slide program on storm Identification, and Information on the factors which produce serious storms In our area. All interested citizens of Sioux County are invited to attend, and a special' invitation is extended to all individuals who are now acting, or will be willing to act as Tornado Spotters. Information on jobs and workers now at City Hall The City of Orange City and the Iowa state Employment office in Sioux City announce a pilot project for a Community Manpower Information Center located at the City Hall in Orange City. Those employers needing workers and workers needing jobs should contact Don Schreur at the City Hall located at 125 Central Avenue, S.E., Orange City, or call 737-2972. In addition, a representative of the Iowa state Employment Service will be at the City Hall each Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. to help those individuals looking for area or statewide job Information, training under state and federal programs, or other services offered through your Iowa State Employment Service. loctl Nem Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bierma in honor of Mr. Blerma's mother, Mrs. Anna Bierma of Sioux Center, who was celebrating her 79th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gllbertson and two daughters from Ellsworth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ver Hoef and two daughters from Sibley and Mr. and Mrs. William Bierma and daughter from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. John Bergsma and Clara Bergsma visited with the Joe Jllderda family in Sibley on Sunday afternoon. Approximately 250 mothers and daughters enjoyed a banquet on Tuesday evening at the first Reformed Church with Karen Vander Laan, President of the Girl's League presiding. Sunday afternoon coffee guests in the Henry Van Aartsen home were Mr. and Mrs. John Boote and family from Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Van Aartsen and family from Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Aartsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Van Aartsen and family and Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Albers and family all from Rock Rapids. . Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Butch Vander Laan hdme were Mr, and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and family and Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr. Mrs. Bob Roos fromPonca, Nebraska was a caller on Monday In the John Van Es home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Der Weide and family and Mrs. J. E. Van Gorp spent the weekend visiting with the Earl Van Gorp family in Montevideo, Minnesota. The Couples Bridge Club met on Tuesday evening In the home of Dr. and Mrs. Martin Vander Maaten. CONGRATULATIONS and WELCOME to (he PRESIDENT'S CLUB PAUL VAN EHGELENHWEN Your Independent Agent For your excellence in production and dedicated service to your many fire and casualty policyholders. CONTINENTAL WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY Des Moines, Iowa Division of Continental Western Industries, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Schale- kamp from Ames spent the weekend visiting in the Adraln Schalekamp home. They along with Mrs. Schale- kamp's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Adolph English of South Sioux City, Nebraska were Friday supper guests In their home. The Arlin Schalekamp's then spent Saturday and Sunday visiting In the English home In South Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ekdom and family from Des Moines spent the weekend visiting in the Jake Mars home. Additional visitors on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mars and family from Hull. Coming to visit with them on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Lige Mars and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Vande Brake and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mars and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mars, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mars and family from Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falkena and family from Ireton. Sunday evening guests in the Jake Mars home were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Vande Kamp and family. Also joining the Ekdom's and Mars' for dinner on Monday were Mrs. Clarence De Vos and Chad from Sioux Center. Rev. Cornle De Bruin from Pella was a houseguest on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in the Bernard Vander Aarde home. Mrs. John Vink and Herman Vlnk of Sheldon were callers last Thursday afternoon in the Herman Oolman home, Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, sr. attended Church services at the Trinity Church in RoekValleyonSundayeven- Ing and later were guests in the Leonard Vander Bosch home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Gorp of Montevideo, Minnesota were visitors on Monday in the Ed Van Gorp home. Mr. and Mrs, Brad Pletens Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Mullenburg recently spent a week- and daughter from Iowa City . - ---*-—- -..-«.«will be spending the weekend ^visiting with Dr. and Mrs. in Orange City visiting with relatives and friends. . . Earl Aalberts and family in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Do you understand ALL the provisions of your life insurance policies so you can take advantage of the privillges they offer? See DON VAN DER WEIDE Phone 787-4500 or 737-2309 Orange City New York Life Insurance Company Life Insurance - Group Insurance - Annuities Health Insurance - Pension Plans NOTICE Northwestern College Athletic Banquet Thurs., May 4--7:30 in the College Cafeteria TICKETS: $ 2.00 per person May be picked up at L & K, Kraal Furniture or the Athletic Dept. BY MAY 1. i 8 Check and Double Check Checks save steps No longer need you walk from one place to another to pay your bills. Mail checks safely anytime--any where. Checks save time All you need to do is write your checks and mail them. Think how many hours you can save every month. Checks are safe The person you name must endorse the check to obtain cash. This protects you and provides a receipt for payment. Checks are orderly They give you complete records of each payment you make, and all income you deposit. It's like having a financial secretary. And the cost is so low at the Northwestern State Bank: only $2,06 every three months as a service charge — no charge for checks, check book folders or deposits, (Although you can order personalized checks for a nominal amount.) Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts •»- Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts — Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Business Loans — Farm Loans — Auto Loans Norfhwesfern Sfafe Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F,D4,C, i THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 27, 1972^3 L t

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