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   Sioux County Capital (Newspaper) - October 9, 1947, Orange City, Iowa                                NUMBER 4S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ORANGE CITY SIOUX COUNTY IOWA OCTOBER 9 1947 PER YEAR isman Reported Hugged and Robbed fZanten of Newkirk grocery salesman late Thursday night of about on a ad near Oyens Ac reports must At Ed was very have that dozed time vho Ed thinks was in eat of the car slugged jabbed the wheel of Fhen Ed regained con the car was in a ove here to Grossmann for medical attention juries were not serious from a violent head frever Legion Sponsors Halloween Fun Halloween Evening Progrun Takes KWs Off Streets The Community Service Com mittee of the John C Pressman summoned to serve on the Petit Jury on Monday h o orSanizing a Halloween program 1W7 af inrm A Mf to keep voungsters off the streets October Win Van Berkum Rock Valley which have already started as well asthe the re Loses Game ce defeated Northwest College football squad Sioux City October 2 with the Mqrnlngside in an afternoon game ge City team again that an inexperienced gridders have the odds face high the first hem Sams when they of former restern outplayed yearlings the nd allowed only one before the whistle half time period During nd half the local wall beneath the fresh and ving Maroons fop former Northwestern attending Moniingside specially good when he a punt to make a after a 60 yard run Will De Boer Rock Valley i Martha Vander Broek Maurice i T J Cammock Hawarden Neal Diekevers Hospers i Oscar Douma Hull the program will do avray with the Halloween rumpus from now on Dorothy Dunlop Orange City John Van Dyke Orange City C Neal Dykstra Orange City Hazel Elenbaas Orange City I Prizes j The Legionwill donate around I in 30 prizes for costumes and jackoIanterns Costumes will jbe judged at the football game Halloween night Also there will be weiners hotdogs apples and AH children of grade school age will get into the football game free In the costume contest the fol lowing prizes will be given 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize S300 4th and 11 prizes of each For jackolanterns the prizes will be the same as for costumes Thewhole program is free to grade school youngsters George Haverkamp Orange City milk at Town HaU Helen Van Horssen Maurice Carl Fleshman Hawarden Mary M Gaul Hawarden Evert Geurinfc Orange City Robert Goergen Granville Robert Grooters Orange City Gerrit James Den Hartog O C Win Heynen Sioux Center Kate Hoffs Hospers Joe Horstman Sioux Center Fred O JoKhson Ireton Gerard Kalsbeek Alton A W KeUen Alton Rubye Kimmel Sheldon Rena Van Klompenburg O C Richard Koldenhoven O C A B Kooiker Hull Stella Lage Hawarden Bert McKenney Hudson S D Herman Vander Maaten Boyderi T Marra Hull Rolena Morlag Rock Valley Herman L Mouw Orange City Lillian Nielson Maurice Won H Oldenkamp Boyden Glen Olson Hawarden Stella Schlechty Rock Valley Alberta Schmidt Rock Valley Ada Schuller Orange City Stuart Sipxna Hull Jennie Ver Steeg Orange City f 1 Vrfiit 4 W John Vande Street Fairvtew ST D j four north and about ihree Mary Thompson Hawarden miles west of Rock valley Christina Vermeer Sioux Center j Wilbert Vermeer Sioux Center I Johanna Vreeman Sioux Center fSoth AflBS Magdalen Waanders Hospers accounted for another At a very crucial i the game a Northwestern blocked and was re by a player ount for a touchback score 37 to 0 bn Korver 195 pound end M Just been discharged Navy looked very good ense and never allowed run to get past him often rid of two interferences and Pennings played ive ball in the line substituted for DeGraaf rback most of the game eceived a leg injury after first down when the blew Red Raiders will journey lison S D to play the there on lay October 11 De Graaf The School Board at their as been out lifpst of themeeting Monday evening let a will be in shjfpe to give cOntract to William Tolman for In Car Mishap Christian Endeavor Convention Opens in Orange City Today THUMBNAIL SKETCH OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor was organized in the United States on February 2 1881 inWill iston Church Portland Maine by the Rev Francis E Clark DD From one small society it has expanded to include groups in all parts of the world The first Christian Endeavor Society in England was organized in 188 and followed by new units in other countries The C E Constitution has been printed in more than 30 different languages The movement is not denominational The distinctive features in the Christian Endeavor move ment are its work among young people leading them in social activity in connec tion with their own church for the betterment of them selves and their fellowmen Hospital News Dismissed John Kreykes Mrs John Scholten and Gerrit all on October 2 w n jo tr j TIT n William Deegen of Granville Walter and Steve Vander Well was an acdden patient Admitted of Rock Valley were injured OcWber hg was dismissed folloxving day ROOS was dismissed were driving overturned in loose gravel and rolled into the ditch Walter had the ligaments and muscles in his chest and should ers badly strained He also re ceived cuts on his face head and ear and was taken to the Hull Hospital Steve was bruised and shaken up The accident occurred near the Tom Cullinan home Margaret Wesselink Hull Alice Wiersma Orange City Mrs Laurence Williams S Cen Albert L Winter Boyden Ike Woudstra Hospers 0 C Public Rodney Jiskoot 8 son of Mr and Mrs William Jiskoot broke one arm last week when he fell from a load of straw Then Mon day while playing at school he fell off the teetertotter and broke the other arm This makes four i broken arms for the Jiskoot in the last few Building accountofhimself flues for the boilers i w1 TTTill A n DTI ft rij October 3 Ed Van Zanten was admitted October 3 and went home the same day Mrs Ray Erickson underwent a tonsil and adenoid operation October 3 and was dismissed October 4 Neal Grifhorst is improving Jake Freriks was admitted October 3 as a medical patient H Schalekamp was admitted October 1 and now is in Metho dist Hospital Sioux City Mrs M Vander Broek was a tonsilectomy patient October 3 Mrs John Dykstra was a medi cal patient for a day James Doornink was transferr ed from Methodist Hosptial Sioux City October 2 Patients convalescing John Reinders sr Mrs H Schaap Mr Oberg and Tena Kosters Patients dismissed George Dunlop October 2 James Doorn ink October 5 and William Doppenburg and H Schalekamp 6 jwork will probably be done ing the Thanksgiving vacation jtually will be a new addition to City Waterworks are Homecoming Friday October 17 the rtll meet Buena Vista class rulgs and big homecoming game ofthey are the best even son To date Northwestern Van Gromngen frontjng the road 100 of its Homecoming has ben enrolled in the Sixtn and yffi fighthard to Grade left for New Jersey this j this tradition the lots on the i south end of Prairie Street and whoit is planned to build several ton Meeting John C Pressman Post of jweek We wish Jimmy good luck iin the new school that he will i enter j The being given this cards will be NEW SCHOOL TREASURER Mrs Henry Klein has resigned F Wassenaar was treated for an injured eye John B Reinders suffered stomach injuries when he was hit by a flying board at Slagle Lumber Yard October 3 injuries were not serious His HULL HOSPITAL week Report City Independent issued next and Milton Van Roekel was ap STST look pointed to serve in her place over these reports very carefully1 number of civic ulebe y i v i hpfsuse m case 01 j will be announced because on in a YOUNG WOMAN DIES Word was received here this Patients Admitted Mrs Wilmer Heemskerk Boyden Dorothy Dou jVos Sioux Center Walter Van der Well Rock Valley Mrs Her man Dekkinga Matlock Mrs Albertus Blumeyer of George Harry Prins Hull August Hage dorn Alvord Harold Dykstra Hull Ptail to the bolster up of the Capifal 2 st d7ath in San Born to Mr and Mrs Albertus Day Program Several 61ms were shown this ciscO Caiif of Mrs Murphy the Blumeyer a daughter October 2 Legion will also sponsoi Week and more are to be shown former Marilyn Eggink She was Armistice Day program next week Most of the fllms are daugnter of Mrs Coba Eggink will bring to Orange City being secured from the University of Bellflower Calif formerly of Alton The young mother who was just 19 died from a ruptured Born to Mr and Mrs Wilmer speaker who is well acof iowa this year with world events Ed Utech is in charge the Qgements The Legion has Plans for all veterans to sit at an appropriate Sun A I evening preArmistice Day I p xhe main speakers delivery of mail tat ae convention this year are boom will be the postman Report to the Nation a i TnVm Tj Bracken Supt of Schools De Haan wiU then No School Friday j There will be no school on Friappendix She leaves a husband iv October 10 The teachers and seven months old son be in Sioux City attending Northwest Iowa Teachers when the city Heemskirk a daughter October 5 Born to Mr and Mrs Herman Dekkinga a son October 2nd Patients Dismissed August Hagedorn Alvord Mrs Charles P Moeller Mrs J E Vermeer Sioux Center begins house Tommy NoteHarry Prins Hull Ralph A John Booklet listing all exclarion Mo Gilbert S Willey duties of postal clerk mfi and women will be gupt schools at Lincoln postoffice Bob assume the the San Jose Dr R R Rogness veterinarian i San Jose btate fr0m Lakefield Minn is assisting first meeting of the Sioux Gold Star names of the Coty Schoolmasters Club was ex roll board which now is was eiected President of the titled weatherworn willbe disfor the coming year Supt wor 1 gaard of Boyden ivas elected Auxfflary joined the Vicepresident Supt Madden 01 reelected as to hear Nolan MuilenOrange City was Play an excellent piano Secretary of the Club film Our Town A of America1 and a talk on The County is erecting a ttal of returnedwar dead were Quonset Init on the so efesting A tasty lunch wascorner of the county farm by the Auxiliary in conj building will be used This the of heavy county machinery CIarence De Groot who has had an application with the Elgin Watch Making School Elgin 111 received word this week to report at once He left Wednesday Mrs De Groot the former Jeanette Andringa will go to Elgin at a later date After completing the course DC Groot will be associated with Dick Andringa in the jewelry business here son Fremont Nebr Mrs Ray mond Lammers and baby George Mrs Lucas9 Vust Little Rock Markets Farmers Elevator Corn No 2 Yellow Oats Hogs top Orange City Creamery Sweet Cream Cream No 1 Cream No 2 Butter Sunrise Hatchery Hens 21 c 17c Springs 24c 84c 83c 82c 79c 15c 21c Eggs on grade 38c 56c Eggs straight 42c 61st Annual Convention of the Iowa Christian Endeavor Union Orange City October 9 101112 PROGRAM Thursday October 9 AFTERNOON Registration Assignments to lodging PreConvention Prayer Service for all convention leaders Dr Will W Orr EVENING Miss Mareella Olson Presiding Organ and Piano Recital Invocation Welcome to Orange City Mrs Stanley Duven Mrs Ray Wierda Rev Henry Colenbrander Mayor C Vande Steeg Rev R J Ongna Announcements appointments of committees Miss Mareella Olson Service of Song Rev Andrew Branche directing Gifts for Christian Endeavor Theme Song 920 Rev Andrew Branche Theme Thou Me Mrs Genevieve M Duven Northwestern Junior College Chorus Miss Fern Smith directing A Mighty Mueller Onward Christian Soldiers Waring Series Address I Follow Will W Orr Closing Moments Mrs Genevieve M Duven Benediction Rev Everette Brass Friday October 10 MORNING Breakfast for faculty and state officers at Corner Cafe Quiet Hour Period Door closes after service begins Service of Song Rev Andrew Branche directing Mrs Caivin Groen organist Dr William H Phelps Announcements and dismissal to conferences THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY AT WORK Enlisting Others in C EMrs Mary Ellen Nicholls Room 103 Planning Group WorshipMrs Evelyn Gates Room 100 Planning Good Times for C E Groups Rev A Bennink Room 106 C E Serving the ChurchMr Kenneth Hayden Room 104 C E Program of Service and Sharing Mr William Puls Room 108 Using Visual Aids in C E Dr Herbert Van Wyk The Society President Room 101 Miss Mareella Olson Room 197 Tested Ideas for C E Meetings Mrs Genevieve M Duven Room 105 PASTORS CONFERENCE Youth In the Work of the Church Today Mr Ernest Marks Room 102 JUNIOR CONFERENCE Miss Leona Vander Linden for Junior sponsors leaders and officers Trinity Church Sanctuary General Assembly in Auditorium Song and Announcements Soprano SoloMiss Daisy Mouw I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked Oflara Teach Me To Pray Graff Jr Jewitt Address Follow Thou Me In Personal Witnessing Dr David I Berger AFTERNOON Quiet Hour Period Door closes after service begins Service of Song Rev Andrew Branche directing Mrs Stanley Duven organist MessageDr William H Phelps Announcements and dismissal to conferences BIBLE STUDY CONFERENCES Follow Thou Me In Personal Living Leaders Hesselink Rev Bruce Matthews Rev William Rosenberg Rev C S Kleckner Dr David I Berger Rev Arthur Bennink Dr H V E Stegeman A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Room 100 Room 101 Room 102 Room 103 Room 104 Room 105 Room 106 Room 107 Mr Ernest Marks STATE BOARD CONFERENCE General Assembly in Auditorium Song and Announcements Male Quartette Trinity Church Were YouThere When They Crucified My Lord arranged by Rodeheaver Keep In the Middle of the Bartholemew Address Christ at Work In Rev Andrew Branche Annual Birthday Club Banquet President Miss Dorathea Plambeck Reservations must be placed by A M Friday Basement First Reformed Church EVENING Organ Recital Invocation Service of Song Gifts forChristian Endeavor Announcements Mrs Clifford Bogaard Rev C S Kleckner Service of Worship Alto Solo i Address Follow Thou Me1 Rev Andrew Branche directing Miss Mareella Olson Mr Clarence Van Heukelotn Miss Helen Beyer Dr A K Stewart Some 300 out of town delegates expected with registration of near 1000 Preparations have been going on quietly for weeks to house delegates and obtain top speakers for the 61st Annual State Con vention of the Iowa Christian Endeavor Union that starts in Orange City at this after noon The local Convention Com mittee has been assured of the cooperation of home owners in and around Orange City so that outofcounty delegates will have comfortable quarters during the four day meeting Thursday through Sunday October 9 through 12 Rev R J Ongna Pastor of Trinity Reformed Church of Orange City is general chair man of the Convention Com mittee with the District Number One Union Miss Muilen burg president being the host society A complete list of com mittee members is given else where in this issue Convention headquarters will be in the Town Hall A Hammond electric organ has been rented for use in the Hall during the Con vention and was brought to Orange City Tuesday morning from Sioux City The main audi torium of the Town Hall has been impressively decorated and carries out the theme of the Convention Follow Thou Me Included in the decorative scheme are Christian Endeavor mottoes stained glass C E monograms welcome signs and a lifesize figure of Christ Flags have also been used Mrs Merlyn Kraai assisted by Mrs Orville Dorschner headed the decorating committee Transportation A fleet of cars will be at the Town Hall during the opening convention sessions to take dele gates to the homes of their hosts Robert Cambier is chairman of the transportation committee and has arranged for a number of local car owners to be on hand Thursday and Friday Junior Convention Junior Christian Endeavorers and children of Junior C E age will enjoy a special convention to be held in Trinity Reformed Church Saturday morning at 9 am Mrs Donald Jurriaans is to charge of the Junior Convention Twelve Orange City girls known as the Dutch will appear in a series of Dutch musical numbers for the Christian Endeavor Banquet Saturday ev ening in the Town Hall Auditor ium The group is directed by Mrs Gerrit Noteboom Rev Arthur Bennink of Sully Iowa will direct the recreational period following the Saturday noon C E picnic to be held in the city park Birthday Club Banquet A groupof young women team the First Reformed Church will have charge of the colorful C Birthday Club Banquet Friday evening in their Church The Birthday Club is a fellowship of those who wish to underwrite the program of the Iowa Christian Endeavor Union with a gift of on their birthdays The objective on which this dub functions is that It is more blessed to give than to receive Miss Arloa Muilenburg will serve as toastmistress for this banquet Arriving Wednesday night to help complete Convention ar rangements were Miss Mareella Olson state president and Miss Gertrude Miller state treasurer both of Des Moines ChorusTo Sing The Northwestern Junior Col lege Chorus will make its first appearance of the season at the opening session of theConven tion Thursday evening To accommodate thegreat number of Endeavorers that will be here this weekend the ladles of the various churches of Orange City and the Junior College Auxiliary are arranging for dining service The largest pans and favorite recipes from Orange City kitchens take the spotlight for this occasion The public is cordially invited to attend the evening sessions of the StateC E Convention here juiuess rouovv inou meur n jx oiewdi j eqrerianv tho nnrlaw rjnf Closing Moments Mrs Genevieve M Duven ana especially tne imndaj nignt CCVCOIrtlT trViaM iVji 4ltirv Benediction Dr H V E Stegeman Continued on Page 9 session when the churches of this city will be closed so that all may hear Dr R Drukker   

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