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   Sioux County Capital (Newspaper) - July 23, 1936, Orange City, Iowa                                fuly 23 1936 The Sioux County Capital Orange City Iowa News of Interest to Women Honor Visitors Honoring the Rev Mr and Mrs Bert Brower and their guests Messrs and Mesdames Folkert and Boiks of Overeise Mich Mr and Mrs Gerrit Noteboom enter tained a large company of friends after church Sunday evening Are Hosts Guests of Mr and Mrs A J Kolyn Saturday were Dr and Mrs D J Glysteen and Rodney Gley Eteen of Alton Miss Ruth Green of Columjbus Ohio who is visiting the Gleysteens and Mrs Perry Kil gore of Ft Collins Colo Trinity Church Friday evening the congrega tion of Trinity church will meet on the fairgrounds for a farewell to the missionaries who are soon rreturning to their stations and a homecoming for the pastor Rev Mr J G Brouwer and Mrs Brouw er who recently returned from Denver The Will Vander Meers expect to leave the latter part of the week for California where they will spend a month before embark ing for China to be away in their misison field for another seven years The Hubert Kuypers an Miss Jean Nordhoff will also leave for their posts in Japan soon The Ladies Aid society of Trin ity church met Wednesday wit Mrs J D Grull and Mrs tS J iMennmg as hostesses Mrs H Muilenburg led devotions PERSONAL NEWS Misses Grace Bartels of Siou Center and Hendrine Dykstra of Orange City are leaving Thursday for Holland Mich Mr and Mrs John Roghair re turned last week from their wed ding trip Mrs James Davis of Sioux Falls is visiting in the William Vander Hamm home James T Grotenhuis and Irvin Osterhuis made a business trip to Chicago last week Miss Gertrude Brenneman is tak ing a weeks vacation from her work at the Silent Sioux office Miss Brenneman said that she would spend that time in Europe Could it be that she has a magic carpet or seven league booU Mr and Mrs Charles Van Zwol of Worthington visited their moth er Mrs Van Zwol hero Saturday Miss Sue Van Zwol of Sheldon is making a short visit in the M L Dvkstra home SYLVAN HUBERS This is litle Sylvan Hubers son of Mr and Mrs John A Hubers and his dog Bruno Sylvan has re covered from the very serious in juries he suffered in an accident on the farm Bvuno is a wise dog and can do several tricks Look at that pose William De Roos seems to have George wist fully recovered from his heart atswing and tack fPn from a to save this youth Harold was a Thursday PVOB De toyta T He very fine young man and had many M John Ten Beste celebrated hi 59th birthday Tuesday evening all his children home Mr Mrs Virgil Meyers of rJk ra and Mr and Mrs Hartman vkusd with the Chas H DeVries family on their trip to the Black HilL and the Yellowstone park The Jev Mr Abraham Bliek and family from Fulton 111 are viLing with Mrs Brunsting and oher relatives Mrs Bliek is a daughter of Mrs Brunsting who was formerly Mrs Peter Note boom Albert Heavy Wielinga sold his hay baler to Williarr Van Roek o of Maurice Birthday Party Lois Arlene Popma six year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Cornie Popma and her brother Norman whose birthday falls in Decembei had a joint party Wednesday little girls anniversary The chil dren played games after which re freshments were served Those in vited to the party were Norman Pender Buddy Roberts Dean Van den Bos Aileen Brower Gerald Ter Haar Jimmie Wassenaar I eora Phillip and Blanche Hyink and Elizabeth Gesink RECIPES From the Cookbooks of Sioux County Women STUFFED CAULIFLOWER Mrs Gale Bergsma Ireton Iowa One medium sized cauliflower i eggs 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups bread erumfbs moistened in sweet milk 1 tablespoon melted butter teaspoon of nutmeg Separate cauliflower boil in sal ed water ten minutes remove am coo Mix the crumbs eggs ant nutmeg stuff between floweret place in casserole brush with niel ed butter and bake one half bou rn a hot oven Remove lid an brown slightly Serve with butte sauce made in the following man ner 2 scant tablespoons butter 1 heapimr tablespoon white flou Blend with a spoon wTien thor oughly mixed add two cups boil ing water mix thoroughly wit egg beater add pepper and sal ad serve Mr and Mrs D S Westra of Rock Rapids spent the week end here with the Will Westras Mrs J Winter and daughter of Lafayette Ind are visiting in the C Van Zee home Mrs Winter and Mrs Van Zee are sisters Phone your news to 174 Frank Syrihorst of Wasta So Dak wife and daughter are here visiting parents and other rela tives and numerous friends Early Monday morning the Beri Brower family and Messrs and Mesdres Fokert and Bolks left for Michigan the visitors return ing to their homes Last Thurcday evening Mr and Mrs A J Kolyn had as theii guests several of the missionaries who are in town Participating in the coirtesy were Rev Mr and Mr Poer Van Es of Mescalero N vt Rev Mr and Mrs Hubert Kvyier of Japan Miss Jean Nord hoir and Rev Mr and Mrs J G Broirver of Trinity church was A son was born to Mr and A SOU was Mrs J Keuning at the Hull Van Andel Doing Well Andel is gaining each day He has out to ride in a wheel chair Mr Van Andel hose legs were amputated to check an infection expects to tal very fiae yoirag friends in both Hospers and Alton Besides his parents he leaves three brothers and two sisters to mourn his death Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian church at Hospers Mike Herrig wa s taken sick last Thursday with 8 in his kid ney He is at the home of his sis ter Mrs John Reefe and is recover ing nicely this time Rev Van Es of New many Mr and rX 1 OI olfiiiv ts th drive himself soon Produce uSTuSSS wwin the Sioux Mexico church eggs upon a Mr and Mrs Arthur Vande Steen and daughters Charlotte and Mary Deanc returned home Saturday from a western trip John Van Oort from Capel town ihip was in town Tuesday and re ports corn in fine shape John ivas one of the fortunate ones who had a fine rains a couple of weeks ago and again Sunday TIrin Vander Maaten of Edger ton Minn is visiting the Nic Note booms Miss Fern Smith head of the music department of the North vestern Junior college left Thurs day for Winona Lake Indiana where she will take a two week course at the Christiansen Schoo of Choral Training Phone your news to 174 Dick de Velder of Boyden is ii he Hull hospital with a sere leg A specialist has been consulted t ind the cause of his trouble Dr and Mrs Veldman of Wan terset la spent Sunday with the George Haverkamp family R Cresswell of near Boyden vas in town to attend the cattle ale atthe stock yards Mr and Mrs Donald Simons Wesley Pas of Sioux City vif ted with Mrs Hattie Pas Sunday Maurice Bailey of Britt visited here Sunday with his sstpr Joel ine Bailey Marion and Gladys Note boom are spending a week with Mr and Mrs Merle McNutt in Sheldon that had hatched in the crate Mrs Hannes Rozeboom celebrat d her 64th birthday last week Wednesday All her children and grandchildren were present Work Begun on Band Shell Men have begun excavating the basement and digging the trench for the band shell It is hoped that the project can be completed m six weeks before the end of the pres ant season The swimming pool is an ex tremely popular place for all those vho seek relief from the heat A life guard is always at hand Last week a young Hull boy was pulled from deep water when he became exhausted Scouts to Sioux City camp Chris Van Oosbree James and 31mer Vanden Berg Lester Brom ner Bernard Brunsting Vernon Mouw Ceorge Veldboom and Doris are planning to attend the ard cout camp in Stone Park Misses Alice Wesselink Lavonne Moret who camp at Sioux City was home Sur day John H Boone and family were it Sioux City Monday Mr and Mrs W C Harding Superintendent of the Maquoketa called on the Charles Tye amily Monday BREADED PORK CHOPS Mrs Gale Bergsma Treton Iowa Six like pork chops cut a half inch thick and most of the faf trimmed off 2 eggs a rood cup bread crumbs Salt and pepper 1 tablespoon of lard 1 tablespoon of butter cup milk or water Mix in ilk and eggs beating their thoroughly Salt and pepper chon and dip in egrs then in crumbp and fiv to a nroMen brown in ar iron skillet in tho butter and fat wihen brown remove to a roastin Dick Bonnema from Hawarden was in town to pay the Old Age ension tax Mrs Archie Bliss of Grand June Colo is visiting at the home f her brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Arie Vander Stoep Nick Kooe of Hull was in towr get a drivers license for bi son Miss Florence Behrends of Far N Dak is visiting here at the home of her mother Mrs Sophi ehrend E W Kraai and family hav left for northern Minnesota foi two weeks trip of sightseeing and fishing Son Ray came home Sat urday and went along Mrs Anna De Jager of Maurice ind daughters Elinor and Glarlyr spent Tuesday visiting in the Et De Jager home Mr and Mrs Howard Jelprerhuir and the Gerrit De Mots family of Sioux Center left early Wdenesday morning for Battle Lake Minn vhere they will attempt to land the big ones They will stay in the De Mots cottage The party planr to be at Battle Lake the rest of the week Rev Mr J D Dykstra preach ed in the First Reformed churcl Sunday in the absence of the pas tor Henry Colenbrander Mrs Peter Cambier and Miss Sadie Cambier were in Sioux City Tuesday Mr and Mrs Amos Van Etten vere in Sioux City Wednesday on business Buddy De Jonr of Maurict spent a week here with Mrs Tenr De Jong and Blanche De Jong E TePaske celebrated his birt lay Wednesday His children ame to visit him that day A party of Orange Cityans are ontemplating a trip to California he first week in August Dr am Mrs W S Vanden Bos and family ind Mr and Mrs Walter Aardap ie accompanied by Dr and Mrs flenry Stadt will motor there for i vacation The Stadts who have teen visiting here in the home of heir soninlaw and daughter Mr Mrs Meal Spaan will return to their home in Glendalu Mr and Mrs Cornelius Vande have returned from a trip to Minnesota Wihen the skies looked threaten ing the other day we asked Will iam Sterrenburg one of the saggy of our beautiful little city if he bought it was going to rain think it will answered Wiliam or it will be a long long drought Honor Missionary Mrs Herman Luymes and Mrs George De Jong were joint hostes es Tuesday afternoon compliment ing Miss Jean Noirdhoff of Japai who leaves early in August her mission field Tha party wa held in the Luymes home and thr hours of visiting were concluded by a two course lunch Participa ing in the courtesy were Mes dames E J Kraai J G De Jong Fred Eason P G De Jong J G Brouwer J Grull S J Menning Arie Van Wyk C Van Zee Join AaNrts Miss Gertrude Mouv and Mrs L L Jones of Le Mar and her daughers Mrs Andy Cor nelly of Oklahoma City and Mrs Richard Tyndyl race Mulder have gone to Chicago to visit Aifcty G Wesselinlc and Dr and Mrs John Wesselink Mrs William De Stigter and daughters of Davenport spent a week with her parents Mr and Mrs H Kruizenga Klein had her tonsils re moved Thursday Saloma Beukema of Corsica So Dak is spending a week with her Mrs Lawrence Achterhof Mr and Mrs Ed Te Veltrup Dr ind Mrs Frank De Haan and Mr ind Mrs Henry Te Paske spent the veek end at the lakes Miss Henrietta Wesselink and Walter Post of Rock Valley were linner guests of the Lawrenc Achterhofs A Jongewaard will spend som time at Everett and Bremertown Wash where the navy ship yard are located Nellie Vastenhout of Kennetl Sunday Isadof H Lieb and family of C day evening tord Mrand Mr motored to Can ening ton S Dak Ruby and urdav i Marcus and the Gideon Lieb family iails of Primghar and Mr flnd Mrs A j Mrs 0 j J Weullener and children of Alton Ardis T 111 and Mrs Winston and Mrs Louisa Lieb of Alton and Mr and Mrs F D Allen and their guest Donald Allen enjoyed a picnic sup per Sunday evening at the home of i Mrs Lieb Altons artificial ice plant owned and operated by Fred Douwma and son is working day and night to keep up the necessary ice required for these hot days Mr and Mrs H J Pike arid their grandson Harley A Beam and Mr I Bonnadell vi horns of virs and Alien awl jone and sons of were diintr rauiord Spe Clifford Mortenson Edwin Lakcn and Mrs Harvey Pike of Belle Thursday Plaine were gwests last week at the Crawford home of Mr and Mrs C B Hoev1 in en Miss Lillian Wagner arrived home Saturday from Iowa City where she has been attending sum mer school John Kooreman resigned his pos ition with the Roll Screen factory i ton were supper T 6JC6US i Jones home Thursday i Mrs Leo Jones Mrs Karl Starr Wava itarr were Hnds Monday afteri Harry Ensland spent the week end with his family in Onawa Mrs G J Sterken and son Gor lon accompanied by Mrs Nelson Tansma and Miss Josephine Mui enburg arrived from Minneapolis Sunday Mrs Sterken is visiting the Fred Browers while Mrs Jans ma and Miss Muilenburg are with their father J W Muilenburg and Miss Anna Muilenburg Dr R Bronkema preach at the morning services in the Second ChrisiJan He formed church Sun dav morning Honor Visitors As a courtesy to Rev Mr Her man Harmelink and Mrs Harmel ink of Minnesota the Jacob Hof meyers entertained at a famli gathering in their home Wednes day evening Guests included Mr and Mrs Gerrit Van Stryland anc Robert Mr and Mrs Paul Mouv and Daisy Mr and Mrs Guy Var Zyl and family Miss Josie Hanv clink Mr and Mrs August Jon er Mr and Mrs John Harmelink and family and Mr and Mrs Pet er Harmelink Henry Kooi went to Clarion S Dak Wednesday to arrange about building as his big hip roof barn was blown down by a cyclone Mrs Perry Kilgore of Ft Col ins Colo is visiting with her sis er Miss Mae Vande Steev Mrs Kilgore was Coba Vande Steeg be fore her marriage Miss Gerakline Vares Holland twp correspondent for the Capi add one scant cup hot water ta1 Teceived a letter from Miss cover and bake in a moderate oven Emma Jordon of New Brunswick one hour serve hot An ideal ree N J statin tnat she had seen in ine for outdoor picnics where a a news ree Pictures of Jacob meat dish is desired finishing thp Vant Hoffs wooden shoe factory roasting process coals Serves six over a bed of PIG IN THE POKE Mrs Gale Bertrsma Ireton Iowa This iiso n portlier dish t aonrr while picniking as all prprnrations excent the cookin rnn b0 done at home As many rather lonsr well sharwd lomr nofa toos as serving with a frankfur ter for ench Butter and bot er salt and Pee and an anple roaVo cavity the Center of t lengthwise Drak a fnrter tbroiiph each ravitv wie Place in hakiiv dish salt add an onion if liked hastf butter two tablespoons of water and bake till done Serve with brown gravy The girls who have never met cor respond through a pen pal cor ner in the Girls Companion a Sunday school paper Mr and Mrs Arend Van Wechel had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Cornie Ver Doom of George Gertrude Brenneman spent week end in Onawa the Paul Kolyn writes that Dulre New Mexico is a cool spot eomprvr ed to Orannre City because of re biffh nHitude Young Kolyn nid Ed Aalberts thumibed their wiy some weeks nfo to find work nd adventure The boys have many of the townspeople in and Paul Kolyn renuestod that Vis violin be sent to him as he hne ibeen invited to play on several v casjons The Albert Van Oort family in at Spirit Lake for a weeks outing The International Harvester Co has put up two big signs on their building advertising the McCorm machinery Mr Gerhard Reinders Mrs John Reinders and Mr and the An drew Vogel family are on a two weeks trip to the Black Hills Den ver Yellowstone and Salt Lake City SIOUX CENTER By Elizabeth De Mots Family Reunion Thursday evening a large group of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Pete Berghuis in honor of Mrs Van Drimmelen of California who is visiting here Mrs Berghuis is Mrs Van Drim meiens sister Psalms and hymns were sung by tho group seated in the bright moonlight Everyone enjoyed the evenins One of the Ten Harmsel twins died Thursday Funeral services were held Saturday Auto Accident Albert Brunstings car was bad ly damaged when it was struck by George Lieuw formerly of Rock another car on the short spur of Minn is visiting her grandmother Mr and Mrs John Smits return ad to Chicagp Mr and Mrs Ben Riemersm and son Dwight of St Joseph Mich are spending ten days wit Riemersma Ben teache there Mrs Edward Fisher former Helen Dieters and children Marilyn and Eugene of Muskegon Mich are spending a month in the H Dieters home The De Jong reunion was helc Friday in Rock Rapids Sadie Vander Stoep is home fo the summer John C Verbruggen of Leota a candidate for the ministry hai charge of services in the Secom Christian Reformed church Miss Selma Hansen of Lennox S Dak is visiting with her aunt Mrs Mary Hansen Clara Van Roekel spent Thurs day in Orange City Helen De Lange returned frorr Sioux City Sunday after five week work as teacher in a school Rev Vander Woude was a gues at the L A Brunsting home Mon he left for Washington via the Black Hills Jake and Marion Van Steenwy and Marvin De Gooyer spent tin week in Minnesota Mr and Mrs Anthony Hasselc are spending their vacation in Sioux Center John Vander Ploeg of Yucopa Calif arrived last week Wednesday for a short visit Mr and Mrs Martin Brommer and Lloyd spent a week at Volga So Dak Raymond De Boer Peter Klein wolterink Johanna Kleinwolterink and Genevieve Schalekamp return ed from a trip to the Black Hills and Wyoming A son of R Schncllng is ill with heart trouble and rheumatism ALTON by Mrs Smedley Valley and now working for Eerkes V D P Co will soon move to Orange City He has a ind three children wife Our old friend Dick De Velder is in the Hull hospital with Icr trouble Peursem of Maurice was in town on a matter of busi told us that Herbert Wakefield was buried nt Ireton Wonday He died Fridav He was the last of the Wakofield family pioneers of the Maurice vicinity Albert Swarts long a citizen of Maurice massed away Thursdav ind was buried Saturday He was he father of Mrs Peter De Jager of near road leading to the swimming pool No one in the cars was injured Muilenburg of Orange City is visiting her aunt Miss Eliz abeth De Mots William Schalekamp is taking his meals with his parents while his wife is visiting her parents irr and Mrs Joe Norman are the proud parents of a baby boy born last Friday at the Le Mars hospital Mr and Mrs Norman have two daughters and this their first son Will Vander Meer spoke in the Reformed church at Boyden Sun day Mrs Gerrit Van Laar who has been confined to her home for a long time with illness is somewhat improved Mr and Mrs William Hodapp are the proud parents of a baby girl born Friday July 10th Mr and Mrs John Kleinhessel v fJ vioiLtifcLi iici nti GHLS Mrs Jake Pcppen and John POPQ j family of Pocahontas spent i have returnprl in Alton visiting at th pen have returned from Michigan where they attended the funeral of Dr Bert Poppen In an exciting ball game the mess Mens team and the Skelly team played Friday night Extra innings decided the final result in favor 6f the Skellys Mrs Ralph Boeyink is caring for Mrs Frank Vander Brock and lit tle son Gerald Lee Both are do ing well George Martin the oldest son of visiting at the Mrs Chas Smit home Harold Budd the fifteen year old son of Rev and Mrs Budd of Hos Pcrs and Alton died Monday even mg in the St Joseph hospital in Sioux City Harold had an oper ation for sinus trouble about three weeks ago Several Wood transfus ions have been made and a second operation was performed last Fri day Rev and Mrs Budd have been at his toed side continually and all that could be done has been done in Pella and expects to assist his father Wm Kooreman in the store Gerrit Probst and daughters Hel en and Rosemary called on Jirs Catherine Probst Saturday Mr and Mrs Haut spent the week end at Pomeroy and Mrs Kiernan have rent ed the Mrs Mary Sorgdrager home and expects to move their family from Wbkefield Nefor in the near future Mr and Mrs Walter Daley and daughter Rita Rae and Miss Viv ian Wiltgen arrived home Tuesday from Bombay New York for a sev eral weeks visit with their parents Mr and Mrs P Wiltgen The C E society of tihe Reform ed church had their animal outdoor meeting Sunday evening Mr and Mrs A J Wuellene left for Dell Rapids S Dak Tues day for a visit with relatives Last Wednesday Miss Trac Huintink of Orange City visited a the Dick Muyskens home Mr and Mrs Joe Bogaard an daugrter Joan of Sioux City spen Sunday at the Mrs Helen Hensing home Mrs G Vanden Ber of City came Sunday to spend th week with iMiss Jennie Kooreman Milo Saur of Cherokee spent las Thursday visiting at the home o his mother Mrs Mary Saur Mr and Mrs James Mulvany o Marcus spent last Friday visiting relatives Miss Emma Mulvany o Chicago who is visiting in Alton accompanied them home for a fev days Mrs Jack Reese and childrer Margaret and Harry of Huron S Dak spent last Friday and Satur day in Alton They were guests a the Miss Louise Noethe home Miss Margaret Smeenk who is ir nurses training in the Methodis hospital in Sioux City is spending her two weeks vacation at the home of her father John Smeenk Mr and Mrs Gerrit Nibbelink of south of Alton visited at the Kryn anr Schuller home Sunday Mr and Mrs D J Thill three children of Remsen were cal ers Thursday at the J P Wiltger home Frank Jenning of Tripoli spent Sunday at home with his family Gerben Keizer and family of Ha warden and Bert Keizer of Sioux Center visited at the home of theii mother last Friday Rev Pennings of Ghent New York preached in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Miss Amelia Schroeder is a pa tient in the Edward Hines Veter ans hospital at Maywood 111 Settlers Twp By Matilda Noordman Mr and Mrs Carl Falde and Gorman and Ruby of Mound City s Dak spem four days wrh his sisters Mrs Rosgaard and Misses Ihorma and Fredricka Faide Mr and Mrs Wm Rosgaard and sons were dinner guests in the Fa de home Saturday Hev and Mrs H E Franken and children were business callers n Sioux Palls Friday They also picnicked in Sherman park Miss Falde Mr and Mrs Carl Norman and Ruby were supper guests in the Wm Kosgaard home Sunday Misses Jennie SFranken Irene Miller and Allen and Jimmie Frank en were Rock Valley callers Thurs day afternoon Mrs Kendel Thompson called on Mrs Bert Starr Friday evening Florence Starr visited in the lome of her parents Sunday Mr and Mrs Art Loe and fam y of Hudon spent Sunday in the Bert Starr home Miss Jennie Franken visited with relatives in Hull several days ms pastweek Tina and Josephine Odegaard ailed at the Carrie Eliason home I Lou and Ben bchoen of Hudson ate the Earl Starr home ft Misses Bernice and E son are at the C S in Alcester this week Mr and Mrs Wentworth S D Saw Mrs Ferings parents Mrs Petsch Jir Feri ed home Sunday even Fering will remain ents for s two weeks vj Donna Lou and Joai have been visiting this with their grandmother Fering in Lambcrton 1 nesday they expect to t from Lamberton to Mi they will join their motl tie brother Charles with them and visit th mother and grandfather Betty Jean Rati retui day evening after sevei visit with her cousins in of Mr and Mrs Oliver Hudson Mr and Mrs John sons of Yankton S Dak iting in the John Foley Miss Elizabeth Foley ton is a week end visitoi Foley home Mrs James Beadle of visited with her parents Mrs A Nelson Wednesd Miss Myrtle Nelson a Nelson visited with frieni atives in Winifred Thnr Friday WANTM SALE High baby bed on wheels Call MICHIG Super Concr Stave SILO Buy the Best When Yw Michigan Silo COB 20 YEARS IN THE BtiSlfl For Information and Pries Call HKO Hull Iowa Abstracts fhe original abstract Business since lS7a guess as your abstracts Farm Loans per cent Loans iompany We specialize in farm Sioux Abstract Ofc Orange City W H Office second door western State   

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