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KIWA Marketplace for December 9th

KIWA Marketplace is on KIWA FM 105.3 Monday through Friday from 9 am to 9:15 am;

Wednesdays from 9 am to 9:30. Call during the program at 712-324-5377!

All items called in will be added to this web page.

 

KIWA Marketplace for December 9th

For Sale:

Wood burner with stove pipe, $300 — 712-324-1316

Hardcover automotive books— 712-475-3834

4 extra heavy-duty skidloader tires (12 x 16.5) with rims, $800 — 507-360-8490

2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT — 712-470-0985

1979 Chevrolet 4×4 pickup; organ — 712-631-0079

2007 Starwood 32′, double-slide out 5th wheel camper — 712-348-5425

Vintage 33-1/3 RPM phonograph records — 712-324-2193


Angeline Korver

Mrs. Angeline Korver, age 86, of Alton, passed away on Monday, December 8, 2014, at the Prairie Ridge Care Center in Orange City.

There will be a memorial service on Saturday, December 13, at 10:30am, at the Alton Reformed Church. The Rev. Scott Bonestroo and Pastor Matthew Wassink will officiate. Interment will be prior to the service at the Nassau Township Cemetery near Alton. There will be a family prayer service on Saturday, at 9:30 am, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.

Visitation will be after 5:00 pm on Friday, with the family present from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at the funeral home.

Angeline Dena was born on August 28, 1928, at Carmel, the sixth child of fourteen children of William and Rebecca (Wesselink) Sandbulte. She was raised on a farm west of Carmel and attended the Carmel Country School and the Sioux Center High School.

On January 12, 1951, she married Calvin Marvin Korver at the Carmel Reformed Church. They made their home on a farm by Struble for a year and then moved to a farm south of Alton, where they lived until 2008. Calvin passed away on October 16, 2008, in Orange City, after 56 years of marriage. She then lived in the Pioneer Memorial Home and the Heritage House Nursing Home, both in Orange City, and she spent the last year in the Prairie Ridge Care Center.

Mrs. Korver was an active member of the Alton Reformed Church, teaching Sunday school classes, serving on the building committee, and participating in Circle and Guild. She was also a member of the Northwestern College Women’s Auxiliary and the Orange City Area Health System Auxiliary.

Angeline was employed at the First National Bank in Sioux Center before she was married and then became a homemaker and worked alongside Calvin on the dairy farm. She was also a Certified Nurse’s Aide at the Heritage House, after her children were grown.

She had the gift of hospitality and enjoyed opening her house and serving delicious meals to anyone who stopped. There was nothing she loved more than having her grandchildren stay overnight, making special meals for them, and attending their events. Her faith in God was tremendous, and she was very dedicated to teaching her children and grandchildren the Word.

Survivors include five children and their spouses, Miriam and Dave Hector, of Le Mars; Debra and Cornie Wassink, of Alton; Carlois Mirpuri, of Palm Bay, Florida; Martin and Molly Korver, of Alton; and Eileen and Terry Johnson, of Milford; twelve grandchildren, Karlton (Chelsi) Hector; Craig Hector; Pastor Matthew (Hannah) Wassink; Ryan (Kari) Wassink; Sharina Mirpuri; Shivani Mirpuri; Shalini Mirpuri; Seth (Michelle) Korver; Dane Korver; Clark Johnson; Olivia Johnson; and Milan Johnson; ten great-grandchildren; six brothers and sisters, Howard (Bernice) Sandbulte; Iola Statema; Fonda Kooistra; Glen Sandbulte; Laura (Jim) Westra; and Rodney (Carol) Sandbulte; a sister-in-law, Bernice Tilstra; and a brother-in-law, Ed Kats.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Dawn Korver; seven brothers and sisters, Hermina (August) Ykema; John (Hermina) Sandbulte; Henrietta (John) Draayer; Lloyd Sandbulte; Duane Sandbulte; Sharon Kats; and Henry Bernard in infancy; and two brothers-in-law, the Rev. Richard Kooistra, and Frank Statema.

Memorials may be directed to the Calvin and Angeline Korver Scholarship fund for Northwestern College students in hardship situations.


Sheldon Police Investigated Burglary / Make Arrests

Sheldon, Iowa — Sheldon Police are investigating a burglary that happened sometime later Sunday or early Monday in the 800 block of 10th sheldon police pdStreet.  According to police, someone made off with $35 in cash, as well as a Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone valued at $600.  The investigation continues.

Sheldon cops made a trio of arrests recently.  On November 27th, they arrested 18-year old Eduardo Juarez of Sheldon on a charge of Public Intoxication.  On Friday evening, police arrested 48-year old Charles Long on an RTF Hold Order.  And early Sunday, Sheldon police arrested 32-year old Jesse Lee Vogelaar of Sheldon on a charge of Operating A Motor Vehicle Under The Influence (Drunk Driving), a serious misdemeanor.


KIWA Marketplace for December 8th

KIWA Marketplace is on KIWA FM 105.3 Monday through Friday from 9 am to 9:15 am;

Wednesdays from 9 am to 9:30. Call during the program at 712-324-5377!

All items called in will be added to this web page.

 

KIWA Marketplace for December 8th

For Sale:

Hardcover automotive books (muscle cars, pickups, etc) — 712-475-3834

Small sqaure bales of grass hay; small square bales of oat straw — 712-441-5346

29″ x 35″ decorative picture — 712-348-9088

Canon print cartridges, 1-#220, 4-#221 — 712-324-2198

265 x 75 x R16 tires, firewood, pickup trailer — 712-631-0985

Silver 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT — 712-470-0985

2001 Ford Explorer Ltd, 4-wheel drive, V8, 106,000 miles, $1600/OBO — 712-461-1451

Vintage 33-1/3 RPM phonograph records — 712-324-2193

 

Wanted:

Old entertainment center — 712-324-1482

Generator, 3500 watt or larger — 712-395-0016


City Of Sheldon Approves Capital Expenditure Plan

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon City Council has approved a plan which will guide them in the expenditures for New-Sheldon-SignCapital Improvement projects for the next five years. Some of the major improvements will be at the airport, but ninety percent of that cost will be paid for by the airline fuel tax. This will be a total expenditure of 1.7 million dollars for apron pavement rehab, snow equipment, relocation of the North hanger and apron expansion, acquisition of land, and construction of a parallel taxiway. About 1.6 million is project over the next five years for economic development. This will include the Borrow Pit Development planned for fiscal year 15, 16th Street improvement and the Crossroads Industrial Park Extension in fiscal year 16 and an Extension of Runger’s 4th addition in fiscal year 17.

The Road use Department projects about 1.3 million dollars over the next five year for asphalt overlay of city streets and equipment purchases. The water department projects capital expenditures of nearly two million dollars over the next five years. The majority of this would be used for the construction and connection of a second water tower which is planned for fiscal year 16.

At Wednesday’s meeting the City Council also heard from three 7th grade students who presented their essays to be entered in the State “If I were Mayor” contest. Madison Van Meeteren’s presentation called for the preservation of the City’s history. Taylor Busch spoke in favor of a city wide program to introduce people to new languages. And, Hannah Uhl stressed the importance of shopping locally. Sheldon has had two winners at state competition in the past four years, with hopes of having another winner this year.


Sports Scores From Saturday December 6th

GPAC Mens BasketballA pair of afternoon basketball double headers high lighted the sports schedule for Saturday along with a pair of wrestling tournaments.

 

 

Girls Basketball 

Sheldon 37, South O’Brien 30

Western 71, Sioux Center 50

Boys Basketball 

Sheldon 65,  South O’Brien 44

Western 71, Sioux Center 53

 

Wrestling

Team results from Saturday Okoboji Tourney

1.         Central Lyon/George Little Rock          208.5
2.         Sibley-Ocheyedan        178.5
3.         Fulda    166.0
4.         Spirit Lake Park           151.0
5.         Okoboji           138.5
6.         Graettinger-Terril          123.0
7.         Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn           98.0
8.         West Hancock             87.5
9.         Sioux Central    19.0