The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 27, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1972
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HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa INTRODUCING Citizens of tomorrow ******* p lctu res of area children will , each ' NEWS ******* "Citizens of Tomorrow. Getting together recently for this five generation picture were: Seated front, Mrs. Lucy Ennema and her father, Mr. Martin H. De Jager, both of Orange City. Standing are Mrs. Andrew Oordt of Orange City and Mrs. Phil Van Gelder and baby daughter Pamela May of Rapid City, South Dakota. Mr. De Jager has celebrated his 88th birthday and Pamela May, daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Phil Van Gelder was born on February 18, 1972 at the Ellsworth Air Force Base Hpspltal in Rapid City where her father is stationed. Public School Menu FRIDAY APRIL 28 Tavern or ham Potato chips Carrot, celery sticks Dill pickles Cheese slices Cake of bars Milk MONDAY MAY 1 Goulash Wax beans Apricots Cookie Sandwiches, Milk TUESDAY MAY 2 Chicken-noodle casserok Green beans Applesauce Sandwiches, Milk WEDNESDAY MAY 3 Bar-B-Q beans Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Peaches Milk THURSDAY MAY 4 Wiener on bun Shoe string potatoes Peas Lemon pudding Milk NOTICE There will be a YWCA meeting on Thursday, May 4,1972 at 9:30 a.m. at The Hayloft. This will be the Annual Business meeting and all members are urged to attend.Cof- fee and rolls will be furnished. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY ORANGE CITY Edward Sorgdrager, April 19; Brian Bouma, April 20; Juanlta Me Creay, April 21; Henry Vander Veen, April 21; Mrs. Henry Wielenga, April 24 HAWARDEN George Bultman, April 18; Millard Wakeman, April 24 GRANVILLE James Beck, April 19 MAURICE Eva Hawkins, April 21 IRETON Mrs. Paul Anema, April 21 REMSEN Keith Nitzschke, April 23 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Gerrit Van Es, April 19; Jean Jansma, April 19; Mrs. David Bogaard and son, April 20; Juanita Me Creay, April 23; Brian Bouma, April 24; Edward Sorgdrager transferred to Sioux City, April 24 ALTON Carol Rens, April 18 GRANVILLE John Peter Gaul, April 18; James Beck, April 22 IRETON Randy Reinking, April 18; Mrs. Delbert Schipper, April 19 HAWARDEN George Bultman, April 22 MAURICE Mrs. Stan Van Ommeren and son, April 24 locil New Mr, Don Andrlnga from Sanborn called on his Uncle Mr, and Mrs, Dick Andrlnga on Saturday morning. Etta Moeller and Mrs. Carl Nona and Mr. Glen Neuenschwander and 2 children from Remsen visited Mrs. Lizzie Neuenschwander on Saturday afternoon. The 4H girld (Gay Garlands) played games with the residents on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. De Jong was a dinner guest of her son and wife, Orville De Jong's on Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Cooper, Mrs. Bernlce Miller and Billie of Ireton, Mrs. Velda Pulsifer of Omaha and son Orville from California all visited Mrs. Frieda Hill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Engen of Ireton also visited her. Rev. Rubingh from Ireton Christian Reformed Church had charge of the service on Sunday April 16 and Mr. C. Den Hoed on Sunday April 23. Mrs. Judith Linam from Chino, Calif., called on her grandmother, Mrs. Frieda Bloemendaal. Mrs. Hester Vande Garde showed picture slides of her trip to South America on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. WilbertVande Kieft from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reinders from Le Mars called on their Uncle Mr. John Van't Holl. Miss Rita Schnees visitors for the week were Sister Bertilda Pick, Mrs. Gordon Ten- tenger and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Buehre from Le Mars. Howard Jelgerhuis callers were Mr. Gerrit Brinkman from Matlock, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jelgerhuis fromHur- on, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Else and Chad from Pipestone, Vernette Nageland Cliff De Mots' : from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Einfalt from South Sioux City called on Mrs. LydaNoteboom on Tuesday. Mrs. Evert Geurink was admitted on Saturday. Mrs. Hiltje Faber has been in the hospital for observation for a number of days. Several ladles helped play games with the patients on Tuesday afternoon. This was in charge of Mrs. W. Van Corp, Sr. with the help of several other ladles. Mr. Earl Klernan and Mr, Charles Hoeven called on Mrs, Stronks and several other residents on Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Engen from Ireton called on Mr. Fred Van Schepen on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Dora Heemstra's visitors for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Noordsy from Pella, Mrs. Gertrude Heemstra and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heemstra from Sheldon, The Anthony Mullenburgs returned home last Thursday after spending a week with their children at Detroit and Birmingham,' Alabama. NW Auxiliary to meet on May I The Women's Auxiliary of Northwestern College will meet Monday, May 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the college "Playhouse". (Our new project.) Dr. Theora England will present the program on The History of Northwestern Drama. "New Service Project". We are having a "Blanket Round- Up". Because Northwestern is host to many overnight guests, there is a need for a permanent supply of blankets. If you are willing to donate a blanket we will be glad to receive them at our meeting. The blankets need not be brand new ones but should be clean and in good shape. CHECK your closets and round-up a blanket or two. All women are invited to attend. Pamela, 3J, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kennel Rowenhorst. Sarah, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mouw. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Korver and family from Charles City spent the weekend in the Robert Vis home. They had come especially for the funeral of Mr. Korver's grandfather, Henry Vellinga. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Nibbelink, Mr. andMrs.Henry W. Huisman, from Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry Nibbelink and family from Carmel were Sunday after church guests in the Leo De Groot home. Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Jr., Mrs. Merlyn Plender and Mrs. Bernie Fedders accompanied by Mrs. Ron Noteboom sang at the Reformed Church in Alton on Sunday evening. Later all were coffee guests in the Bernie Fedders home. Mrs. Jacob Heemstra entertained neighborhood ladies at a coffee in her home on Monday afternoon. NW convocation (Continued from page 1) Student in Junior High School Education to Phyllis Caswell; and Outstanding Student in Senior High School Education awarded Clayton Winterboer by Dr. Paul Koenn. Scholarship and Leadership award in English was presented by Dr. Howard N. Schutter to Allen Jiskoot. The Rev. J. C. Van Wyk Music Award was received by Andrea Van Beek from Associate Professor Lawrence Van Wyk. The Vocal-Choir Award was presented Connie Aberson by Dr. Vernon Tarrell and the Instrumental Award was presented to Roger De Young by Associate Professor Herbert Ritsema. . Activities Awards were presdnted to Linda Schoepand Leah Te Brink by Associate Professor E. Grady Holland as a journalism award for their work on the student newspaper, THE BEACON. Charles Winterboer received the award for his work on De Klompen, the student yearbook. The Student Senate Award was presented to Ruth Langstraat, Student Senate President, by Dr. Peter J. Hansen. Mrs. William Van Gorp.Sr. spent several days last week visiting with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heemstra at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Haverdink and family from Ankeny arrived on Tuesday evening and are houseguests for a few days in the Gillis Haverdink home, and also visiting in the Tony Verdoorn home. Judge Martin Van hout spent Thursday and \ day in Des Moinesonc duties. Mr. and Mrs. V, Steenwyk, Tammy and I Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Kathryn, and M Mrs. Kent Eknes irom'l Valley spent Sunday visill; the home of Mr. an bert Vander Schaatl Sheffield. A Teen Challenge Rally will be held in the Orange City Assembly of God Church on Saturday, April 29, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. Ken and Trudy Mickel, graduates of North Central Bible College of Minneapolis are beginning their work with Dave Wilkerson. They will have charge of special music, a message for youth and also a Rap session following the service. All youth and adults in the area are welcome. Sunday afternoon, April 30th, at 2:30 p.m. Dover Ave Alliance Church at Orange City, will host the Dutch Hour Rally. Dutch hymns and Psalms will be sung by the congregation and the program personnel. The speaker of the hour will be Mr. Gary Dekker. A free-will offering will be received and refreshments will be served after the meeting. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Steensma from Sanborn were Friday evening callers In the home of Mrs. Joe Steensma and Cynthia. Mrs. Bena Ellerbroek and Mrs. Otto Vander Pol from Sheldon were Monday visitors .in the home of Mrs. Grace Toe ring. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Ekdom and family from Edgerton were callers on Saturday in the home of Mrs. John Ekdom. Mrs. Jacob Heemstra entertained a few ladies at Breakfast last Friday morning in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Jennie Jansma and Miss Dorothy Veldboom. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Hassebroek returned on Sunday after attending the National School Board Convention in San Francisco. They then went onto the Los Angeles area where they visited with Dr. Hassebroek's brother and sister. REGISTERED I ,-. — ^. ra^uiaiKriKw _ _ TCe ep> s atlce* & Kaynar (Diamond Rings DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 3 for 2 SPECIAL any three garments professionally cleaned and finished for the PRICE OF TWO or Send 6 Garments Pay for 4 2 FREE Send 9 Garments Pay for 6 3 FREE (2-piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) Cleaners & Launderers lOSCentral Ave. N.E,, 546-4161 Offer begins May 1st Pick-up & delivery Mon. & Thurs. Choice Selection See us before you buy! FREE China with each purchase See us for a very large selection of PIERCED EARRINGS from *1to $ 65 Noritake China " off each place setting 25% off open stock in following patterns: Altadena, Fairmont, Fremont, Pasadena, Rosey, Tilford, Whitebrook Bulova Elgin Wyler Watches Your old watch is worth money during this TRADE-IN SALE CaraveHe Watches '//* & up Clocks 20% off Stainless Steel $ 49.95 VAN GELDER JEWELRY / 2 block west of the Bank-Orange City Anew gas range makes • Hi •• ^W •• VA~^^ ~^B^ ' M a great cook "it was nothing!' Good things happen when you replace your old gas range with a new gas range. You get things like a self-cleaning oven. A burner-with-a-brain. Smokeless broiling. Natural Gas.The Premium I orthern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving Natural Gas to your local gas company >••*! Anew gas dryer driej fancy things neater. "I haven't used my iron in weel Your permanent press """"^ fabrics will dry wrinkle- free when you > replace your old gas dryer with a new 9as dryer. 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY .CAPITAL, Thursday, April 27, 1972 YEARS OF SI***

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