The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 27, 1972 · Page 8
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April 27, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Dear friends, Pastors Dr. R. Van Heukelom and Rev. AI Elssens, also the hospital staff. I wish to thank all of you for your prayers, visits, car<^s, flov:ers, food and personal services. All these kindnesses will always be remembered. Thank you all. Alice De Goei, 22-lc CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the Orange City, Fire Department for their prompt service and to all others who helped us during the fire. It was greatly appreciate'!, Jake P, Vander Zwaag. 22-lc For Sale FOR SALE: 1970 New Moon Trailer House 12 x 44. Call 737-4709. FOR .SALE: 12 x CO 3-bedroorn Artcraft Trailer House in Orange City. Call 376-4854 at Marcus. 22-14w-3p NEW X-ll Reducing Plan. 42 Tablets S3. 00. Money back Guarantee, Village Drug. _ IS-lOc REDUCE excess fluids with Fluid-'/, SI. 09 - Lose weight saf&lv with Dex-A-Diet, S1.93 at The Village Drug, WANTED: Part or Full time man. Contact Art Kalsbeek, Orange City. 22-llw-2c WANTED TO RENT: Northwestern College Professor wants to rent nice rural home or 3 bedroom home In Orange City or Alton. Call Bob Rorex 737-4904 or 737-4586. 22-25w-lc SAVE Big! Clean rugs and upholstery with Biue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer SI. Vogel t Van De Brake, Orange City, 22-18-lc WANTED TO BUY Antique China Cabinets S500, Antique rifles and pistols, old marble top furniture, gold coins, old cast iron toys, antique china dolls, antique clocks, watches, dishes and music boxes with metal records. Also want-old cars, old upright electric pianos, coin operated, any piano with colored glass in front, antique pool tables and hanging or table lamps made of stained glass. Write (Include telephone number) To: Antiques, P.O.Box 19192: Warren Park, Indiana 46219. 22-75w-5c Services FOR SALE: 160 acre farm 2? miles east of Akron on Black Top, S300. Don Swanson, R.R. 2 Sioux Citv, la. 252-4021. 19-19w-tfc FOR SALE: WALLPAPER -- Ovr-r 1,000 patterns in stock. 39C to S8.00 a single roll. T'no most complete selection in NW Iowa. Vogel & Van De Brake, Orange 1 Citv, la. 10-29w-tfc ELECTROLUX (R) Sales & Service. ArieM. Bomgaars, 403 5th, N.W., Orange Citv. Phone 737-2934. 12-15w-tfc "WE DRILL WELLS; we bore wells; we dig farm cess pools. Alton Cement Works, Alton, Iowa." 5-iew-tfc REJUVENATE old furniture with Old Masters Antiquing and Graining. Lots of color combinations -- also Metallic Tone .Antiquing. Vogel & Van De Brake, Oranee City, la. 10-25w-tfc GLASS breaking problems — solve it with Plexlgtas. 1/16" - 1/8" - 1/4" in stock. Vogel & Van De Brake. Orange City, la.' 10-2Qw-tfc 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 covering the 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 thisrequirementwill 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- 54,000 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 FOR SALE: VINYL Wall- covering. 130 patterns in stock. Also over 20 special order books on display. Vogel li Van De Brake. 50-18w-tfc Notices SECRET . . . Lose Water Weight body bloat, puffiness etc. X-Pel Water Pills only S3.00 or Money Back Refund, The Village Drug. 1J-20W-10 K T F C 103.3 Dutch Hour, Sunday, 6:15 p.m. 6w-tfc Legals 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 BUKETS diuretic in 4 DAYS (only 3 tablets a day) or your 48? back at any drug counter. Today at the VILLAGE DRUG, 10-44w-4c FOR SAI.K: Modern 3 bedroom home in Granvllle, carpf'tod living room, pinr-lfd basement, attached garapp, natural gas heat, utility room on first floor, good location, SO x 50 ft. lot. Phone 727-320C for appointment. 2x-C Rentals FOR RENT: House in Orange City. Call 507-4165 atMau- rice. 22-10w-lc FOR RENT; Upstairs apartment, furnished. No teenagers. Available May 15. 32C Central SW Leona Postrna 737-2655. 22-14w-3c Zoning Permits The following Zoning Permits have been Issued by the /onlng Enforcement Officer of the City of Orange City, Iowa, and any aggrieved party may determine their rights of appeal of such action at the City Clerk's office; but notice of such appeal must be on file within 10 days after this publication. Permit No. 889, ZoningDls- trict C-2, Russell Vande Brake, Orange City, build bar and lounge, on lot 13 and E 29' of lot 12, block 40, South Addition, Orange City, Iowa. Don E. Schreur Zoning Enforcement Officer The following zoning permit has been issued by the Board of Adjustment and Appeals: Permit No. 887, zoningdis- trict R-l, Harry Kobes, build curio shop, on sub-division of section 33. Board of Adjustment and . Appeals O. L. Dorschner, Chairman IN THE DISTRICTCOURT 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 v/ill 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 Bastemeyer Attorneys for said Executor Date of second publication 27th day of April, 1972. You are hereby notified that on the 18th day of April, 1972, the last will and testament of Frank Van Der Wilt deceased bearing date of the 19th day of December, 1962, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Gerrit Marvin Van Der Wilt was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that 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 18th day of April, 1972. Gerrit Marvin Van Der Wilt Executor of said Estate Gerrit Doornwaard Attorney for said Executor Date of second publication, 4th day of May, 1972, Sioux Center news Mrs. Henry Sandbulte is under care at the local hospital for a heart condition. Her twin sister, Mrs. Wm. Sandbulte, had just been released, after being a patient there for some time due to a diabetlcal condition. Gerrit Van Putten returned home Wednesday from the local hospital where he had been a patient for many weeks, after suffering a very severe heart attack. FOli RF.NT: A room for working girl. Call after 5 p.m. 737-4391. 22-llw-3c 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 8—THR STOriv 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 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 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SIOUX COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANK VAN DER WILT Deceased Probate Ho. 10,015 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all persons interested in the Estate of Frank Van Der Wilt Deceased: I For Sale Buffalo Til-Planter & cultivator • Harold Van Maanen Hull, Iowa Phone 439,2684 Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Ter Maat left for Pella Wed. morning to attend the Mens Federation convention. They spent the weekend with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ter Maat in Iowa City. Mrs. Pete Schut accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Beernink to Omaha, Nebr., Friday to visit with the Donald Beernink family. Mrs. Beernink had just returned home, having recently undergone major surgery in the Omaha hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Punt accompanied by Mrs, Henry R. Vande Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Van Briessen, drove to Stickney, S.D. Thursday to visit in the Ernest Kuyper home, and also visited with Mrs. Pete Punt in Aurora Center, S.D. Martin Kuiken has returned home from the local hospital, having undergone major surgery. Here to visit him were the children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuiken from Luverne, Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs. P.A. DeJong from Pella called on friends here the past weekend, while visiting in the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Van Oss at Orange City. Mrs. Gary Vander Borgh from Holland, Mich., arrived Thursday to spend a weeks visit with relatives and friends in the area, and is a houseguest of Mrs. Bert Ramaker. Mr, and Mrs. Marion Moss entertained children and grandchildren at dinner at the Holland House Fridayeve- ning in honor of their recent 47th wedding anniversary. Attending from a distance were the Rev. Albert Moss family from Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walstra are the parents of a. daughter, their first child, born at the local hospital on Friday, The mother is the former Donna Den Herder, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John H. Den Herder. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jansen were hosts at a wedding rehearsel dinner held at the Holland House Monday evening honoring their son, Dennis, and his bride, Beverly Meenderlng, who were married at Bethel Christian Reformed Church on Tuesday evening. Rev. C. VanSchouwen drove to Doon Sunday morning to conduct the services at the Christian Reformed Church. That afternoon, the new pastor, Rev, W. Dryshout, formerly from Canada was installed at the church. A Missionary group meeting of the Dorcas Circle of the First Reformed Church was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Sneller. Mr. and Mrs. John Droog, Mr. and Mrs. Delton Droog and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Compaan were Sunday supper guests in the Alvin Dykstra home in Ocheyedan. After attending church services there, all were entertained at the home of the pastor Rev. Harold De Groot and Mrs. De Groot. Rev. De Groot was pastor of the local people, when all lived in Hull, North Dakota. Arlene Schuiteman,home on furlough from Ethiopia was In charge of the Prayer service held at the local First Reformed Church Wednesday evening. The following morning, she left on a two weeks speaking tour to Michigan where she will also visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ten Brink and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Heynen from Minn., Minn, spent a short visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Tony Heynen after making a business trip to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Gerrit Rens and daughter, Mrs. Fred Herweyer from Orange City, spent the week end with the Steginga relatives in Hollandale, Minnesota. Children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hulstein were home Monday evening to help their mother celebrate her 80th birthday. Kyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Schuiteman has returned home from the St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City, where he had been a patient for some time after being injured in a farm accident. He will have to undergo further surgery at a latter date. Rev. and Mrs. Gerrit Re- zelman, who recently arrived from Litchville, North Dakota, were honored at a welcome reception coffee, held at the First Reformed Church Wednesday evening. Rev. Rezel- man has joined the pastoral staff at the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boone accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Paul Den Hartog from Orange City drove to Parker, S. D., Friday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sneller. The latter is ill. Mrs. John A. Schuiteman spent Thursday and Friday •with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Norman De Jongh in Luverne, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heikes entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Rhona, whose 8th birthday came Saturday. Many relatives came from a distance to attend. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Punt and family from Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Punt. Mr. and Mrs. Art Vander Ploeg have returned home, having spent the winter months in St. Petersburg, Florida. SIOUX-PREME PACKING CO. Sioux Center, Iowa Prices Paid Last Week April 18 April 19 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 23,25-23.50 23.00-23.25 23.00-23.25 23.00-23.25 23.00-23.25 23,00-23.25 If you have hogs for sale call Collect 722-8001 HOLLAND WINDMILLS On March 13 the Holland Windmills met at the Extension Office. The meeting was called to order at 7:40 by Doug De Haan. Roll call was taken and special speaker Willard Punt spoke and showed slides on "Soil and Water Conservation. This was followed by three demonstrations. Dan Lubbers gave a. demonstration on "What Is soil?" Darwin De Haan's was on "Layers in Soil" and John Van Dyke's was on "How Soil is Formed and It's Importance". The Mini-Corn contest was discussed briefly, then the 4-H Pledge was led by Dave M. and lunch was served by Clark Pennings. Meeting was adjourned at 8:45. Reporter--Dave Mulder The Holland Windmills held their April meeting on April 10 at the Extension Office. The meeting was called to order by Doug De Haan at 7:45. Roll call was taken and Wayne Van Gelder led the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance. During the business session, it was decided to give Bill Van Marel 25 dollars for his trip to Washington, D.C. and some new ways to make money were discussed. Several talks were given. The talk "How weather effects plant growth" was given by Dan Dykema. And two others were given. "The Director of Plant Growth" by Clark Pennings and "How death effects plant Growth" by Dave Mulder. The seed corn for the Mini-Corn Contest was handed out and Darwin De Haan led the 4-H Pledge. Then the meeting was adjourned. FLOYD FALCONS In this day and age, as well as those of the past, we need to look at the result of our actions, What follows in the wake of our presence and what witness was left behind of those which we call our "ideals". The Floyd Falcons 4H Club held their April meeting on Saturday night the 15th at the Hospers Community building. The meeting was called to order by the president, John Schneider. Dale De Jong led the U. S. pledge. Roll call was "A Brand of Corn" and was answered by 21 members and 2 leaders. There were 3 new members, Paul and Todd Te Brink and David De Jong. New business was about the mini-corn contest. Mark Lyftogt had a talk and demonstration on "Plant Growth Factors." The 4H pledge was then ; led by Doug De Haan. Hosts ; for the night were Randy and Wayne Van Dyke. The next meeting will be May 20 at the Hospers Shelter House. Reporter, Dale De Jong. • • « • » COUNTRY GALS The April meeting of the Country Gals was held at the home of Debra Vande Berg at 1:15 P.M. on April 15, 1972.' The meeting was called to order by Barb Roetman and Pam led the pledge to the U. S. flag. Roll call was answered by our pattern size and 11 members and 2 leaders were present. The secretary and treasurers reports were read. For business we discussed our plans for the Mothers Day Tea we are.havingnext month. The meeting was adjourned and then the 4H pledge was led by Debra Cleverlnga. After this Lu Ann gave a demonstration on Putting in a Zipper and Ruth gave a demonstration on a Bound buttonhole. For recreation we made our Mothers Day invitations and gifts. Lunch was then served by Debbie and her mother. Reporter, Lu Ann Rensink. The March 11 meeting of the Country Gals was held at the home of Pam Boone at 1:15. The meeting was opened by Barb Roetman and Cheryl Van't Hof led in the pledge ' to the U.S. Hag. Roll call was answered with the name of a fabric and 13 members and 1 leader were present. There was no old business, but for new business we discussed what we will do for the Mother's Day Tea and about giving money to the 4-Her's who are going to Washington, D.C We also received our money for our record books and our club got the money from the Stanley party we had on Feb. 28, Then Adri Huygens led the 4*H pledge and the meeting was adjourned. Barb gave . a demonstration on "Putting in Cap Sleeves." Peggy Vande Hoef gave a demonstration on making bikini pants. She gave each of us some material to make pants out of and we are to have them finished by our next meeting. We showed how far we got in making our clothes that we started last month. A delicious lunch was served by Pam and her mother. <!?Reporter, LuAnn Rensink Hospers News A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Vander Wilt on Thurs. evening last week In honor of his birthday that day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein, Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Vander Wilt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Vander Wilt, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Langstraat and Mr. and Mrs. Case Swets. Mrs. Swets also observed her birthday that same day. Mr. and Mrs. HenryKamies spent Sat. night and Sun. at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jennie Wenzel at Lincoln, Nebr. and then went Sunday night to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jurgensen at Yankton, S.D. for a couple days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Horton Jacobsma visited over the weekend at Nebraska City, Nebr. with their daughter and family, Miss Jane Oldenkamp was the honored guest on Thursday evening, April 20th at a Grocery shower given by Mrs. Bill Hartman ofSheldon, Mrs. Jim Oldenkamp and Mrs. George Dykstra both of Sioux City. The event took place at the Junior Oldenkamphome. Games were played opened the many use , u! Guests In attendance bride elects mother, nlor Oldenkamp a ^ the Groom to he's mo Mrs. Bill Beltman and Verla of Granvlli. Gene Schutt, Mrs. Jo hn0 ,] kamp, Sr., Mrs. Al Va n u wen, Mrs. Gerrit Belt,* Mrs. Herman Dykstra ol ange City, Mrs. Ed kamp, and Julie oid of Sioux City. Unable tend but sending a an Mrs. Whip Oldenkamp » licious lunch was served] the hostesses. Jane will come the bride of j errv f man on May 5th, The Chuck Vande family visited Sun. after! at the Albert Vande KaJ home. In Sioux Center, Sun. evening after guests In the Marv Van( home were Mr. and Bill Grotenhuis and 1 Visitors Sun. afternoon I the John Roetman home vel Mr. andMrs.BoViRoetmanaf children of Ellsworth, and the Darrell Roetmanfa'j] ly of Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schj and family and the LeroyB family were Sun. evening! ter church guests at ' Haack home. Mrs. Anna Oldenkamp ai companied Mr. Walter jl gers back to Minn., Minnl Sunday where she will ' a few weeks visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyfc Jon and Jean and Hera Dykstra of Orange City 5 Sun. dinner and aften guests at the HarmFryeij sidence at Rushmore, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jm ma and girls of Heron! Minn, were Sat, overnights] Sun. guests at the MarieJ«j ma home. Mr. and Mrs. WilburRel| ersma were Sunday dim guests of Mr, and M| Charles Hobbes andMrs.D lene Hobbs at Marinelandl Onawa. 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. JKPRODUCTS, INC. Industrial Air Park Orange City, Iowa 51041 An Equal Opportunity Employer Business and Professional DIRECTORY Services Physicians 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.Dt 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 1102nd St. NW Phone 4246 Orange City, Iowa Veterinarians SIOUX VETERINARY CLINIC Dr. A. J. Neumann Dr. L. H. Royer Dr. David Chrtstenson Dr. M. van Haaften VETERINARIANS Phone 4950 Orange City, Iowa DR, W. L. VERMEER DR. EARLE DOUGLAS VETERINARIANS PHONE 4122 113 3rdSt,N,W. Orange City, Iowa Chiropractors r. A, Krull Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-5604 This Space for Sale SALES SERVICE RENTAL :ALSBEEK's in Orange Cll; Telephone 737-2923_ ROGGEN & FORD| ELECTRONIC COMPUTERSERVICES] 113 3rd St.N.E. Phone 4903 Orange City, Iowa —— • HEARING AIDS • Audivox • Qualitoni • Zenith C. J. STEGINK Radio & TV at Kalsbeek Bros, Orange, City Auctioneers CLIFF BOGAABD | Auctioneer Phone 2219 Orange City, Iowa REN VAN GELD! Auctioneer & Real PHONE 75C-4510 Alton, Iowa Emergency Phone NosJ FIRE POLICE HOSPITAL SHERIFF ! MAYOR ... (ROBERT Councilmans Cornelius Siebersma Phone 4684 James Woudstra Phone 4553 Glllis Haverdink Phone 2566 Dale Hubers Phone 2778 William Tolman Phone 4288 *****

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