The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 23, 1971 · Page 8
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1971
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72 M-OC Dutchmen Sophomores St Freshmen 23 _ p Hosi ',H<k if** ,ti ( v»T«t Orange City Bowling Ass'n, Monday League-Standings as of September 20, 1971. Wins 22 Hoi defensive backs this season are, kneeling, left to right: Ken Bahrke, 1-John's Upholterlng 2-N.Y. Life Insurance 3-Clark Real Estate 4-Slouxland Harvestore 5-Alton Premium Feed 6-Ron»s Deep Rock 7-Punt-Camhler 8-O.C. Builders 9-Hulsman Gravel 10-Well's Blue Bunny High Game-Cliff Leslie High Series-Lynn Sorenson 26 22 20 20 14 14 12 12 10 10 206 525 row: Jerry Punt, Doug Do Haan, Allan D, Boer, Randy Lubbers, Brad Roos, Jim Siebersma, Rod De Jong, and Scott Foreman. . Tri Stale Conference football Knights dropped by St. Mary's by Andy Miedema The Unity Christian baseball team is still looking for its first conferencp win after losing to St. Mary's from <torm Lake at Orange City last Friday and to Remsen St Mary's this Tuesday. The storm Lake score was 9-6 •.vhilp the Remsen score was r,-0. Boh Hubers started on the mound for the Knights last Friday hut was knicked for one run in the first inning, two in the second Inning and three in the third before be- ing replaced by Mark De Vries. Mark shut out the Panthers in the fourth inning by virtue of two big "K's" but two costly errors in the 5th inning enabled the Storm Lake to push across two runs -runs that proved to be the winning ones. Mark fanned the last two batters in the inning and struck out two more in the sixth inning. Mike Bosley, a hefty right-hander for the Panthers, had things pretty much his own way until the sixth inning when the Knights put together much his own way until the sixth inning when the Knights put together four runs on three hits and two walks. Bosley sent 16 Knight batters to the dugout via the strike-out route. KNIGHTS vs REMSEN Tri-Stote standings School Conference n'-'THEl. CONCORD' A NORTHWESTERN SIOUX FALLS Wi r STM-\R YANKTON 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 Overall Points Opponents 1-1 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 41 20 21 14 26 37 11 43 35 62 30 14 4-H'ers participate at Clay County Fair Two Sioux County 4-H Presentation Teams participated in (ho Clay County Fair at Spencer on September 17, announced Gary Bredpnsteiner, Intension 4-H and Youth I.p.iflcr. Both Sioux County teams received blue ribbons. Representing Sioux County were Jeris Verrneer, son of Bernard Vermeer's, Orange City; and Jerry Vermoer, son of Wllbort Vermeer's, Sioux Center; Nora De Haan,daughter of Glen Do Haan's, Orange City; and Debbie Pennings, ciauRhtor of the Gp.rrlt Penning, Orange City. These two tparns were earlier named Champion Inter mediate Presentation Teams at thn Sioux County Youth Fair, qualifying them for District Competition at the Clay County Fair. Inhibiting Dairy animals at the fair were Dennis Boote arid Kevin Boote, sons of the Donald Bootes, Hull. In the 2 vear old Holsteln Class, Donnis placed 1st and 3rd, Kevin showed the 1st place Hol.stein calf, and the 2nd place Holstoln yearling. Joan Rodpnburgh, daughter of Simon Rodenburghs, Hull; and Janith Xoet, daughter of Joe 7oets, Hull, showed animals in the crossbred beef class. In the market swine division, Gloria Wassink showed the Grand Champion pen of 3, and the Grand Champion and Reserve,Grand Champion individual market swine. Arlis Wassink showed the Reserve- Champion pfii ol -. Oloriaaml Arlis are the daughters ol the Arend Wussinks of Sioux Center. to*/ Aleut Mrs. Jake H. Hop of Orange City went to Artesia, Calif., to help care for her daughter, Mrs. Artie Vegter, who recently underwent surgery and is now convalesing at her homo. Her address Is: Mrs. Artie Vegter, 18401 S. Arline, Artesia, Calif. 90701. Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Rowenhorst were Mr. and Mrs, Nick Slager from Hull, Mrs. H. M. Scholten from Boyrien and Mr, and Mrs. Bob De Boer from Owasa, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family were Sunday afternoon guests in the Jake B. Vander Griend homr>. Those. arriving for the funeral of Mrs. Albert Roos last wp.ok wore Mrs, Alta Davis from Falls Church, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roos from fietho.sda, Maryland, Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Dorhout from Lakpworth, Florida, Miss Kathryn Roos from I.onR Beach, California, Mr. and Mrs. Art DP Groot from Willmar, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. John De Groot from I.uverno. All have now returned to their homos with the exception of Kathryn Roos who will bo spending some time In the Albert Roos home. While here all werp gupsts in the Albert Roos homo and the Allan Roos home. Or. Honry Van Hoekel from Amhcrst. M issarhusotts visited at I!M- limn' 1 "I his brother, Mr. and ' ' i • Van Roekel on Mond:n ..,,. i noon. The Knights fell to the Hawks from Remsen for the second time this season but this time the score was a bit more respectable, 6-0. In the early games the Knight defense was a bit porous and pitching sporadic, but now the team has learned that you can't win without scoring, even though the first-mentioned weaknesses have been somewhat ge mod led. At Remsen on Tuesday the Knights were really in the gamo until the bottom of the 6th inning when the Hawks sent four Hawks pounding across the plate on the strength of two hits, three walks, and an error. The Hawks did not pick up a hit off the slants of De Vries until the 5th inningwhen they plated a run on two hits and a walk. De Vries pitched the entire game for the Knights, giving up 6 runs on four hits while striking out five. For the Hawks it was Tony Weiler doing the hurling as he surrendered no runs while chalking up- a one-hitter. He fanned 14 Knight batsmen. The next game for the Knights will bo with the Spalding Spartans on the local diamond this coming Friday. Gamp time if 4:15 p.m. Bethel took over the -first place standings in the Tri- State Conference with a 2814 win over Sioux Falls In a game played at Bethel on Saturday. In' other non-conference games, Yankton won over Dana 30-7, and Westmar Northwestern and Concordla all lost games in which they led going into the final period of play. In the only conference game played, Sioux Falls took a 6-0 lead when quarterback Mike Garry scored on a keeper play to end a drive which started on the 50 yard line the first time they got the ball. Garry then threw a pass to tight end Brendt De Borer for the two point extra point play and had an 8-0 lead. Bethel came right back and scored on a 35 yard pass play from quarterback Dave Pearson to Steve Conklln, and then Pearson threw a pass to Mark Wood for a two point extra play which tied the score at 8-8. In the third quarter Mike Wood took off on a 73 yard punt return and then ran for a two point extra point attempt to give Bethel a 16-8 lead. The next time Bethel got the ball, Pearson got hit on a rush by Kerry Keefer of Sioux Falls and his teammate Jim Norberg ran it in from the 25 yard line. Sioux Falls missed the extra point and this left the score 16-14. On the second play after Sioux Falls kick off Wood again took off for Bethel and went 80 yards for a touchdown, the extra point attempt was no good and Bethel led 22-14. In the fourth quarter Pearson again hit Conklln for a 10 yard pass for a touchdown to make the final score 28-14. rushing In two games. In the other three games involving conference schools, all three coaches probably would have liked to have the clock run out Just a little sooner, as they had the lead late In the hallgame. Concordia took the opening kickoff from Valley City State and with freshman quarterback Gary Schultz starting his first game he hit end Paul Roth on an 82 yard touchdown pass on the second play. Later in the first quarter Concordla again scored as Aron Simmon scored on a two yard run. This gave Con- cordla a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. in the second quarter Pete Murtaugh scored on a two yard run for Valley and at the half it was 14-7 in favor of Con- cordla. With less than 2 minutes left in the fourth period Val- lay quarterback Dave Hen- drlckson hit end Mark Ordeen with an 18 yard touchdown pass and Murtaugh ran around left end for a two point conversion and Valley had won the game 15-14. plays moved the ball 15 yards to the Northwestern 40 yard line. Then Dakota State ran a reverse play that went for 40 yards and a touchdown to give Dakota State a 28-21 victory. Yankton got into the win column for the first time this year, last week they tied Doane 7-7, with a 30-7 win over Dana. Butch Gray gave Yankton a 3-0 lead in the first quarter with the first of his three field goals of the night and in the second period Doug Cummlngs, Yankton's quarterback, hit Led Goodman for one of his three touchdown passes and at the half Yankton led 10-0. In the second half Cummings hit Knief and Schamorhornfor touchdown passes, and Gray kicked two more field goals to give Yankton a 30-7 win, the last touchdown to Knief coming with 30 seconds left in the game. Dana fumbled the ball away five times and also had two passes intercepted, Goodman had 132 yards rushing for Yankton to give him 239 yards Northwestern had almost the same thing happen to then against Dakota State. Dakota State scored 'touchdowns In both the first and second quarters to open up a 14-0 lead. Northwestern came back with Steve King scoring on a short run. Northwestern again came close to scoring as they had the ball on the three yard line at the end of the first half. The score at the half was 14-7 in favor of Dakota State. In the third period Dakota State again scored on a pass play to give them a 20-7 lead. In the fourth quarter Northwestern returned a punt to their own 40 yard line, two penalties of five and fifteen yards moved the ball to the Dakota State 40 yard line. On the first play King went 40 yards to make the score 20-14. Northwestern then kicked off and on the first play Dakota Stated fumbled on their own 40 yard line, Northwestern recovered and on the next play quarterback Curt Krullhitend Dave Meylink on a 40 yard touchdown pass and they made the extra point to give Northwestern a 21-20 lead. With less than eight minutes left after the Northwestern touchdown, Dakota State had the ball deep in their own territory with a third down and eight yards to go situation, a pass interference call gave Dakota State the ball on their own 45 vard line. Two running Westmar had the same problem with Macalester, as the Eagles opened up a 20-0 lead only to see Macalester come back to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. In the first quarter sophomore quarterback AlanStoner hit Neal Rabedeaux on a 41 yard pass play, and Greg Johannsen on a 32 yard pass play to give Westmar a 13-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter Stoner found Randy Bevlng open and he threw a 16 yard touchdown pass to him to give Westmar a 20-0 lead. West- mar missed their first extra point attempt. Late In the second quarter, a hard rush by Macalester caused a fumble in the West- mar backfield and Dave Kum- leim ran it from the 13 yard line to make the score 20-7. After a scoreless third period when neither team could move the ball, Macalester quarterback Jeff Goodlow hit Norman Booth on a 37 yard pass play with less than six minutes to go to make it 20-14. Macalester picked off a Stoner pass with only a few minutes left in the game and Goodlow hit ,Jim Glynn on a 28 yard pass play, the extra point attempt was wide and the score was 20-20. Westmar then moved the following kickoff to the Macalester 40 yard line, where they punted the ball to the Macalester 4 yard line. The two teams put their offensive and defensive units onto the field after the punt, but the officials put the ball down, and signaled It ready for play and the clock ran out the last 15 seconds without either team calling time out because they had not realized the clock had started again. Tuesday League-Standings as of September 21, 1971. Wins 1-Coast to Coast 24 2-Moor Mans 22 3-Bowling Alley • 20 4-Farm Bureau Ins. 18 5-Woudstra Market 18 6-Al's Floor Covering 16 7-Sloux Abstract . 14 8-Mouw's Super Valu 10 9-O.C. Appliance 10 10-N.W. State Bank 8 High Game-BUI Foreman 222 High Sereies-Gary Van Ravensway 581 200 Games-Bill Foreman-222 Frank Katje-202 Gary Van Ravensway-221 Leroy Bras- 202 Mart Vander Broek-211 Arlyn Katje-203 Mildred . ulzemfl Maurice Van Voorst Ls 1 & 2, oik ie Arlln Pottebaum's Sllak Co, Inc. 7 vac alley, Blk 8 $1. Mince Oordt & W f N. Pottebaum & w t Pt vac alley, Blk 8, $1. Arlln N. Silak Co, Inc. vac alley, Blk 8 $1. John Gerrlt Reinders til to William Van - ™ & wf Pt Wl NI $1. Vera Te Paske & „.. Cornelius Bleeker 4 »|V| Blk 2, Moerman-Broek/ Soo Cen $1. Jake Hulsman ti»[ to J vln A. Boone & wt L 41 6, Huisman's Addn, Soo'cJ Jake Hulsman &vittoD Joe Ver Hoef & v/i L ^ 5, Hutsmnn's Addn, Sod c] $1, i School Twp of ShernJ Susan Mary VincentScMf Pt E| NE 1 , 33-94-4" Thursday League-Standings as of September 16, 1971. Wins 1-Vogel Paint & Wax 18 2-Orange Motors 18 3-Russell's Ready Mix 14 4-R & R Performance 12 5-Kreykes True Value 6 6-Silent Sioux 4 High Game-Daryl Kleinhesselink 212 High Serles-Dwaine Vander Vegte 506 The Record DEEDS FILED NW-S.Dak. (Continued from page 7) » Doug Van Steenwyk led In defensive points with Dave Meyllnk and Cornle Wasslnk next. The Raiders play Dana College, Blair, Nebraska on September 25 for the third game of the season. Peter Klelnwolterlnk&wfto Robert A. Van Roekel & wf S| L 6 In Subd of Pt Blk 25, East Addn, OC $1. E. H. Swasand & wf to Joyce R. Plathe & hs s£ L 5 & all Ls 6, 7 & 8, Blk 45, Second Addn, Alton $1. Virgil Clarence Plathe &wf to Arthur E. Janssen & wf Pt Ls 11 & 12, Blk 22, 1st Addn, Alton $10. Preston Hanenburg etal to Alvln Tledeman & wf Pt Ls 5 & 6, Blk 18, Hull $1. Dr. Cornelius Bleeker etal to Peter A. De Jong & wf, etal Pt Ls 4 & 7, Blk 2, Moerman-Broek Addn, Soo Cen $1. Gladys Brutlag & hs to Eula 'o. Neverka { Int In L 1, Blk 1; & Ls 1, 2 & 3, Blk 2; all in Allen's 1st Addn. Matlock $1. Peter A. De Jong & wf to Merlyn V. Johnson & wf L 7, Blk 2, Moerman-Broek Addn, Soo Cen $22,500. John Vanden Bosch & w,f to Trinity Christian Ref Church, RV Ls 1, 2, 3, 8, 9 & 10, Blk 5, Vanden Bosch Addn, RV $1. Gerald C. Van't Hul & wf to John Bauman & wf L 11, Blk 1, Pageler's Addn, RV $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9879 Lane Btt sma, deceased Probate 9880 Rae A.G™ enhouse & Craig D. Groll house, Trusteeship Probate 9881 Irene lit deceased Probate 9882 Maggie j der, deceased Probate 9883 Lena Hansen, deceased DC 13898 Far Mut Assn vs John Reuter .. DC 13899 Roger Van'il dba Perkins Corner Tn Stop vs Rex Klein (Law) DC 13900 Sioux Velerl Clinic vs Wilbur Gri (Law) DC 13902 FarCoopOII'i of OC & Alton vs ElmerEi ders (Law) NEW AUTOS Harold Heuer, RV, Roger Dykstra, Soo Ci| Mercury. Patrick, Neuroth, Pontiac. Johanna Ter Wee, Fair* S.D., Chrysler. Harry G. Kobes,OC,I Lewis Heltrltter, Bulck. Tom Vanden Top, RV, I tiac. Arlan Dykstra, Soo Plymouth. B & L Plbg & Htg] Hull, Olds. John Otten, Hwdn, Interstates Elec, Soo i Cadillac. Richard Dibbet, Soo Clj Mercury. [instructors f Vment are Uiby General (Hundreds of |ers and break jntenance, and i value In Dora Hei [ were, Mr, '<sLangeracko: jakota, and M Wei. On Su: fdinner gues .. her niece, .owell Parks Graving of f Church hac Iservlce Sund rs. Harvey 1 olst, Mrs. W nlst. NEW TRUCKS John B. Broek, Soo Ford. Melvin Saivwrson, Ford. toff tin Enjoying a fishing trip] Lake Miltona in Mlnneso last week were Don VinjJ Weide, Merlyn Kraal, Rowenhorst, Cliff Lambert Hollinga.Ji Frank Vogel, Ed Hell*] Gerald De Graaf, Henry* er and Gerald Reinders. reported the fishing vrasf| Sunday evening afterc coffee guests In the no Mr. and Mrs. George Jr. were Mr. andMre.wj Fedders and family «« and Mrs. Rod Vander and family. NW 10 127 141 268 11-29-1 9-272 2 75 SHESEHSZS Dakota State 1st downs 10 yds. rushing 228 yds. passing "78 total yds. 306 passing 9-15-1 punts 7-279 fumbles lost 3 yds. pen. 55 ?KS?^?S?S2S2S2S2S25?S? I i?')2 t 7 Morning REAL ESTATE xsswwsssss^^ »0 - ^ See the NEW • CHRYSLERS • PLYMOUTHS Wed., Sept. 29 from 2 until 9 p.m. HJ^RSBKW-'.- ~ — g • AUC.TLOIJ n. Am tiini ol ihi 111* Jwrii BMI »• »u« wul s"» T, .NJTfc 1* ,1 *. KUf « UeitoM k»|i«^«l •» 9 »• "' OT . A A Thursday, Sept 30 Farm No. On( * Farm No. Two Twma on Both Far«* FREE Coffee & Donuts SINKEY GARAGE, Ireton, Iowa Jessie Buss K* For further infonniition cpnl^trt Prwl "vi*»nh £ •uctioncV* ** »iton«>- for ««»U, 8lW«jr, low»; «r Htrosru •"*•'* Uffi2S2HH2S5HZSHSZS^^ R--THR SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 23, 1971

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