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   Sioux County Capital (Newspaper) - August 20, 1936, Orange City, Iowa                                The Sioux County Capital Orange City Iowa Atun 20 Correspondence Settlers Twp By Matilda Noordman Miss Jessie Kamstra and Will iam Kamstra of Hawarden spent a Mrs William Paulson had as her i guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Hen l ry Groth and family Mr and Mrs Iver Halverson Mr and Mrs Pal mer Miller and family of Worth at the J B Strasser home Marion and Ruby Roti were in Sioux City Monday Mr and Mrs C S Swenson and I ibaby of Alcester called at the S Swanson home Sunday evening Mrs H N Ingebrretson and few days visiting in the homes of dauffhter Ruth in the Swain Sam De Jager Joe Woudenberg Swanson home Friday afternoon and Herman Noordman The Inwood Lutheran League Mr and Mrs Henry Franken j gave a program in Fairview Luth and family attended the beautiful eran church Sunday evemnj The church wedding of Miss Janet Van program was well attended der Wierd to Roy Bartman in Rock j lunch was served to the guests Valley Wednesday Jennie Frank en served as one of the waitresses and the four Franken children furn ished music with their instruments Mr and Mrs Sam De Jager and farnilv attended the Gerritson fam ing Mr ily reunion held at the Rock Kapi son Mr and ids park Wednesady A very large crowd attended Miss Marion Langley and Mr and Mrs Otto Knudson from Sioux Falls visited a few days in the Iver Rice home and wiu rela tives in Hawarden Mr and Mrs Gilbert Otten and j married Mrs George Katie of Hawarden Members of the Fairvew band dinner guests in the Sam De motored to Doon Saturday evening Tuesdav and participated in te oand con Johnnie Van Egdcm and Allen i cert After the concert tne Franken were Orange City callers i wsre given a delightful lunch serv Mondav afternoon ed by the Doon folks Clara Miller Mrs Hans i Mr and Mrs Henry viited Milled and Dorothy Belle Starr in the J B Strasser home Satur were Sioux City callers Tuesday day Lillian Mae and Joan Strass afternoon Mr and Mrs E Gelderman and family plan to take a trip to Cali fornia to visit with relatives there Mr and Mrs Gordon Mosby and Chev Cambier Motor Co three daughters Mrs Walter Duirj Herman Vander Naald Orange scher and daughter Neva Jean of j Cambier Motor Elgin la visited a few days wtn j R pchuett Hull Dodge C E their Barents Mr and Mrs Aiex j Ynritar in Rock Wiley and other j relatives and fnerds They return Taylor and j IMrs Hattie Weed were Sunday j afternoon visitors in the Ed Gross j K rela oorw ives and friends surprised j i OldsmoMH Knhl Motor Co ioonve Maurice Chev tives Tarrell The occasion tein midi E1 Krafft Hull Chev Fred Ver niirht a lun h was served Those j choor coming from a distance were Mr lret t and Mrs Kdo Boock and family HeylerFwitar Motor Co and Mary Cockron from Le Mars I E Harding Rock Valley Mr and Mrs Wm Thomas Mrs Inwood Pontiac llarv Thomas and Mr and Mr E Harding Rock Dodge C E Hutton Co John Ries Granville Chev Bil Emil Minn i roni lloland linger Chev Co L W Malier Hawarden and Mrs Iner Twedt and I Mrs Guy Barnes from SI Lawr enee S D Mrs Cordie Jliuh and her grandchildrea Dorothy Jean Mrs Sanford Groth and Nyle Mrs Lena Torkelson and Roinaine Mrs Jones and El 3illie and Bobby Rush verna Charles Groth Paul Paul son Miss Jennie Paulson and Miss Lila The occasion was a dinner in honor cf Mr and Mrs Iver Halverson ivho were recently Ford Cambier Motor Co McNally Bros Ireton Chev Mike Chev Co Emil Schoenrock Haivarden Ply mouth Filers Malette varden returned to Ha warden Sun after spendimr a weec with ladieV sister Mrs Herb Wood Frod Verschoor and family Kleinwolterink Sheldon Mrs II L Wood ani daughter ChryslerEvensonSales Co Evelyn visited in the Mike Dykstra j home at Hawarden Monday after Mikes Chev Co W J Smith Hawarden Chev Co F W Schuette noon Holland Twp Geraldine Vanes Mrs Anna Miller Hospers Chev rod Verschoor Hy Kleinwolterink Sheldon htrysler Evenson Sales Co Al A Johnson Hawarden Chev Chev Ford They plan to be gone a month Mr and Mrs Ona Crawford and family Mr and Mrs Allen Craw er returned home Saturday after I visiting the past week ii the Smit 1 home at Brandon Bride Given Shower A shower was given at the Luth eran church parlors Saturday even ing in honor of Mrs Ivor Halver ford Mr and Mrs Andy Kelgei son neeMiss Evelyn Eklee a re land and daughter Mr and Mrs ccut bride The bride was present Clifford Crawford and family Ma ed with a pure of money and will and Mrs Milford Crawford and i use it to buy silverware 1 ho show family Mr and Mrs Wade Wills i er was srivcn by her grandmother and family spent Sunday at the Mrs Wm Paulson Lakes in Madison S D j If Accident Mrs Sherman Gardner Mrs Mr and Mrs Sanford A Grotn Merril Gardner and sons were call j Misses Florence Groth and Char ers in the Hans Miller home Tues lotte Moen accompanied the Can day Russell and Merle Starr returned home Wednesday after visiting in Sioux Falls at the home of their aunt Mrs Carroll Denbow Mrs Earl Starr returned home Wednesday after taking a trip to Baker Montana to make a visit with her husband who is stationed there by the Milwaukee road Mr and Mrs William Manning left for Gale and Slayton and oth er parts of Iowa where they plan to visit with relatives Mr and Mrs Henry Franken and family attended the weddinp ton Boosters on their trip Friday evening They witnessed a terrible accident in which Mr Mickleson of Canton wis killed and three othe members of the Boosters were very seriously injured one of them he ing Mr Martin Forsling of Sel ler twp Has Birthday Party Allen Leffler son of Mr and Mrs Ted Letfler celebrated his sixth birthday anniversary Saturday In honor of his birthday six litte boys were invited to help him celebrate the occasion The afternoon was spent playing games and a delic of their niece and cousin Miss Delia ious lunch was served to the guests Vander Wierd in Doon Wednesday i Those who attended were Junior evening Starr Joll Strasser Alvin Miller B Kjiison and sons Ken j Loren Crawford Kenneth Thomp neth and Vincent returned home 1 son Several little gifts were giv Friday after spending the week i en him in rpmenibrance of the day with Mrs Laura Sundal and family i MrMri Mrs Intr Twedt and son near Batlic S D It is not nearly i Curtis Missns Irene Miller and as dry up there and they had three Charlotte Moon spent Saturday or good showers there duringMrs Kjilsons stay Barn Burns The barn on the William Paulson farm was burnt Thursday morning when struck by lightning There was quite a lot of hay and other oning in Canton QARFIELDTWP MRS F W WOOD Visitors in the Gourley homr Tuesday eveninr were George Book grain in the barn It took only a i miller from Ventura California a few minutes for the whole barn Nila Bookmiller and Mr and Mrs to burn to the foundation Only Harold Ganee and one harness was saved out of the contents in the barn The Hudson fire department was called out in the morning when the barn was struck and again in the afternoon when the flames started to spread Several drove out to see the fire Mr and Mrs Joe Waudenberg were dinner guests in the parental home of Mr and Mrs Henry Woud enberjr Sunday Bonnadell and Ardis Greguson spent Thursday and Friday in the Art Ingebretson home Tena and Josephine Odegaard attended the Lands and Trinity Fall Festivals near Moe They al so visited a few days with relatives in that vicinity Ladies Aid was held in the Luth eran church Thursday afternoon Mrs L Dyer Mrs Milford Craw ford Mrs Ona Crawford and Mrs Dobbe were Mr and Mrs Art Loo and fam ily of Hudson were visitors in the Bert Starr home Sunday Miss Wava Starr returned home with them for a two weeks visit A dandy rain fell Saturday after noon in this vicinity Mrs Julia Miller is visiting with relatives in Wisconsin Mr and Mrs C A Feringand family left for Lamberton Minn Saturday afternoon to visit with Mr Ferings mother Mrs A L Fering Mr Fering returned home Sunday evening Mrs Fering and children remain for an extended visit Ruby Miller visited the past week with her sister Mrs Merril Gardner near Beloit Frank Miller returned home Wed nseday after visiting a week with relatives in Sioux City Mr and Mrs Iev Jones and daughter Marlys visited in the A L Jones home in Hudson Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Weidema family of Doon visited in the Ger rit Van Noort home Sunday after noon Rev and Mrs Welinga of Tre ton were dinner guests in the Hen ry Franken home Sunday Rev Welintra conducted the services in son Ireton Shoulfcersr Gassman John Vermeer Boyden Chev I Bnms Motor Co Mrs John Foxen and her son of j Henry C Myer Boyden Chev lessen la spent Tuesday at the j YeiHoef Motor Co of hsr sbtcr Mrs Geirit Top i Benton B Boyer Hawarden 0 cwart Van Dcr Schaaf of Hull Ford Cambier Motor Co iited at the horns of his brother j Earl Hein Alton Ford Siouy Joe Van Der Schaaf Friday after Motor Co Clias H Groth Fairview S D Dodge C E Hutton Co Frank Schlesser Maurice Chev noon Henry Lloyd Van Es of Sheldon who has been visiting at the home of Gerrit Van Es jr returned home his father Dick Van Gerad Van Es Henry Lloyds cousin accompanied them He will pjnc a few days there j Ralph De Jong from Blue Earth j Minn is spending a few days at j W P De Jongs home VerHoef Motor Co Willis H Meylink Hull Chev Vander Schaaf Gen Pals Hull Ford Sioux Mo tor Co Art Van Horssen Orange City Pontiac Van Motor Co Mrs Arta De Graaf Hospers Jas De Roo Orange City Ford Sioux Motor Co Mrs Tony Vander TOlt Orange City Chev Cambier Motor Co Albert Slothouber Orange City Chev Ver Hoef Motor Co Jeanette McOrory Ireton Ford Shoulberg Gassman R A Schulz Hawarden Plym outh Eilers Malette Effie Sawyer Hull Chev B Van der Schaaf John Bylsma Orange City Sioux Motor Co Leo Wagner Rock Valley Chev Skyherg Chev Co Wm Karsemeyer Hull Chev Ver Hoef Motor Co R W Cooper Alton Ford Sioux Motor Co Gerrit Doormvaard Sioux Cen ter Skyberg Chev Co Frank Mak Hull Ford N W Oil Motor Co Roland A Wikert Sioux Center Ford Mouw M tor Co Cambier Motor Co Hawarden Ford Cambier Motor Co Wynia Dykstra Rock Valley Ford Wynia Dykstra New Trucks Registered in July Farmers Coop Creamery Boy den Chev Motor Co Dick Ver Steeg Co Orange City General Motors Gen Motors Co i International Harv Co Orange City Int Harv Co Sef Dick Roelofs Rock Valley Dodge Collenbaugh Motor Co Roy R Beiman Hawarden Ford Cambier Motor Co F M Slavic Co Orange City Chev Camibier Motor Co Hans Faber Sioux Center Chev B Vander Schaaf Peter B Baartman Sioux Cen ter International Int Harv Co ian Hull to Jacob 2nd Addn Hawarden First Natl Bank of Hawarden to f Ray Dale B G J Vanden Top wf to Jack C Boote W 25 f t L 13 Blk 13 Rock Valley Heiwry A Schult2 wdr to Henry J 10 Blk 3 Rock Val Frw ley 6200 Bertha De Vries et al to John A Vogel Part NW 49545 Jennie Soholten et al to Dick De Jong Part NE SE 279745 Edward A Squier wdw to John A Squier int in L 15 except N 8 ft Blk 22 Western Town j Lot Cbs 2nd Addn Hawarden I I die E L iStonts single to Nat L Storts JL 5 Blk 11 Johnsons Addn S50 Clara Harper et al to Flcreno Hatton et al 15 of SE SW W SW 359447 H B Knowlton single to Ruth JSddy et al W SW SE SW 35 9447 Elsie Sohuette husband to Ruth Eddy et al 16 of W SW SE SW 359447 cters Chev F Verschoor A baby girl was torn in the An I Irew Van VekUiuizen hone Thursday The little one however lid not live Mr and Mrs Melles spent Sun day at the parental A Van Kley home Mr and Mrs Genit Popnia from Orange City spent Friday at the Gerrit Top ihoine Mr and Mrs Gillis Haverdink re turned home from Michigan Satur day where they attended the fun eral of Mr Haverdinks father Grades Van Velthuizen visited at the home of Gerrit Van Es jr Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs John Jacobs and children were Sheldon visitors Wed nesday evening Mr and Mrs Joe Van Der Schaaf and Mr ana Mrs Charlie Klien hesselink visited at the home of Henry Vellinga Sunday evening DEEDS John H Van Roekel et al to Mar jorie Etter Seliger L 1 E 13 feet L 2 Blk 9 Orange City 33CO Mary Karens Reeff et al to Mike J Herrig 34 int in Se 319543 Dora Vogelsang husband to Augusta Larson L 9 Blk 1 Healds NEWKIRK the First Reformed church Sunday Leslie and Alvin Smit of Brand on are spending this week visiting home Mr and Mrs J Van flatten atv family attended iic Sunday school picnic in Carmel Thursday after noon j Mrs Ohas Asklnif and son Geonre were Tuesday supper pruests in the Leo Pearl Gourley I a Vcnie and Vir ffil Thorpe spent Tuesday in Sioux Mr and Mrs Melvin Farrell an1 and Miss Vorna Urink icyer motored to Holland Minn Sunday and visited in the Khner find Win Thomas homes Earlene Thomas daughter of Wm Thomas came home with tho Tarrell family for a few clavs visit Mr and Mrs Ernest Schlun Mrs Inez Ivorson and daughter Phyllis from Minneapolis visited with the Leo Askliiiff family Mon day evennir Mrs Lyle Marshall and children Wednesday afternoon callers of Mrs P W Wood and children Mr and Mrs Floyd Hudson are the proud parents of a 9 Ib baby boy born to thom on Charley Walker of St Lawrence S visited a couple of days at the Gourley home and with his mother Mrs Mary Walker in Hud son Mr and Mrs Will Beadle George Beadle and srrandma Small j spent the week at Exira la visit insr in the John Small home Mr and Mrs Wesley Miller and family left Thursday morning for Gladbrook la where they will visit with Mrs Millers sisters and oth er relatives and friends The Hudson fire department was called out to the Fred A Miller home Thursday afternoon when a fire started in the downstairs cloth es closet but Mrs Miller and two sons had the fire under control be fore the fire department sot there Not much damage was done The Misses Florence Ruth and Hilda Miller Ruth Arendt Annie Gayer and Amelia Muelenthaler spnnt a few days at the lakes They reported a very good time Mr and Mrs Lco Asklingand Dolores were Sunday eveninjr vis itors in the Gcrrit Van Der Lugt The Chris Jacobs family held their reunion at Newkirk Friday evening Miss Bernice Roo spent the be ginningof last week at the home her grandparents Mr and Mrs E Ross of Ashlon Mr and Mrs L Vant Hof and tfiildrenreturned home from a vis it at the formers brother Rev Vant Hof of New York Thursday The Ed Ross family held their reunion at Sheldon Park Thursday Rev Mr and Mrs Martin Hy ink of Castlcwood S D were sup per guests al tho home of Sip Sip iia Friday Mr and Mrs Grrrit Van Es jr and children visited at the home of Peter Roos Friday evening A small child of Gerrit Solicitor had his hand pinched The hand was hurt so badly that it had to be amputated about an inch above tHe vrrist Mi and Mrs Jake Niewendorp and baby and Mr and Mrs Peter De Jong were Sunday evening sup per guests at the home of Mr and Mrs W De Jong Notice To Shareholders Of The Farmers Mutual Cooperative Assn Will ail stock holders of the Farmers tor kindly present their stock certificates at the office of the company and have them exchange ed for the new memberships and certificates of indebtedness FARMERS MUTUAL COOP ASSN ORANGE CITY IOWA PHONE 44 Sioux County Car Registrations NEW AUTOS REGISTERED IN SIOUX CO IN JULY AT BISHOPS PALACE WELLS THEY FEEL MEAL TIME APPROACHING PULL A STRING THAT RINGS A BELL Ford B Ed Dykstra Perkins W Oil Motor Co Henry Nobel Hull Chev Vander Schaaf John Weyers Sioux Center Ford j Mouw Motor Co i Henry J Fennema Alton Ford Mouw Motor Co j Jim Herweyer Sioux Center Dodge Ralph Achterhof j Lubbert Janssen Sheldon Chev W L Bilsland Arie Van Nyhuis Sheldon Chev I W L Bilsland Wm F Kersten Hospers Chev Cambier Motor Co Henry De Groot jr Orange City Chev Cambier Motor Co Martin Bonthuis Rock Valley Ford Wynia Dykstra Schoeneman Boyden Chev B Vander Schaaf Peter Boer Rock Valley Chev Motor Co Herman J Luymes Orange City Chev Camibier Motor Co Ellsworth De Jong Orange City OF WHERE WOMEN ARE SCARCE A VOUNGCR BROTHERS SHARH HIS WIFE WHEN THE HUSBAND IS H5 ANNOUNCES THEPACT ay LEAVING HIS BOOTS ON THE DOORSTEP WE cow 3O YOUR BANKING is the most important business relationship you have We solicit your 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