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September 30, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 2

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Travel-Adventure starting Sat. On Saturday evening, Oct. 2, at 7:45 p.m. In the Town Hall, the Travel and Adventure Series will begin Its 197172 season by presenting Mr. Willis Butler and his colorful "Hong Kong" with Its exotic atmosphere of East and West, an entertaining and Informing story of one of the world's most beautiful, strategic, and baffling places In the contemporary world. Here Buddhism, Christianity and ancient superstition thrive side by side. Modern Skyscrapers tower over the bazaars, colorful markets and narrow streets of the old city. Viewers of-this film will be able, through a talented narrator, to explore Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the capital of Victoria and ride the train 1800 feet up Victoria Peak to observe the 14th century Chinese world of the mainland. They shall meet people of all ages to see how they work, play and live on land and water; and find out what Is on their minds - their joys, accomplishments and challenges of the future. They will visit the famous clothing industry, floating restaurants where 17 course dinners are served, the laddered streets and rickshaws. Willis Butler Is a product of Chicago's North Shore sub- urbs and of Northwestern University's, famous School of Speech. He has had more than ten years of braodcastlng experience. His films have been used In classrooms across the country and he has produced two'mbtlon pictures on mls- 1 slonary work In Africa for the United Presbyterian Church, USA. His wife, Ruth, who assists him, Is the daughter of a medical missionary to the Sudan and Ethiopia. Mr. Butler has been on photographic missions in Europe, Aflrca, the Middle East, the Orient and south of our own country's borders. He has proven to be one of America's most popular film-lecturers and "Hong Kong" will likely support his Impressive professionalism. Season tickets for the five films will be availlble at the door, the cost being $5.67 for adults, $3.09 for students and $14.42 for a family ticket. The cost of the evening's single performance Is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students. Other places to be visited via the Series are: Western Canada, Nov. 22; N.Y. to Florida, Jan. 3; Holland, Feb. 7; and France, Mar. 18. All performances are held In the Town Hall at 7:45 p.m. OC public library beginning story hour Sat., Oct. 2 The Orange City Public Library will begin Story Hour on next Saturday, October 2, and continue through Saturday, November 20. It will begin at 10:00 a.m. Children who are four years old are invited to attend as well as children In the primary and lower elementary grades. There will be story-tellers with material of Interest to all of these age groups. Parents are asked to have children arrive after 9:50 a.m. and get them at 11:00 a.m. In case of inclement weather, forcing cancellation of story hour, an announce- Rev. Boes' funeral held Mon. in Alton The Rev. Norbert J. Boes, 57, pastor of St. Mary Catholic Church, Alton, and former Super Valu Bowling Alley Woudstra De Vries Haarsma K-Products Koscot Kraal 7-Up NW Bank Hubers-VE-D Van Gelder Vogel Wells High Game-Jackie Punt High Series-Jackie Punt Wins 3 1 4 0 4 4 4 1 3 0 0 0 4 0 Total 12 11 11 10 10 9' 9 8 8 7 5 5 5 2 192 473 ment will be made on KIWA (1550) Sheldon (Mrs. Slpma's program at 8:30 a.m.). T-Birds top George Spalding wins state Overtaking Western Du< buque's 3-0 lead, let in by two errors In the first inning, Granville Spalding fought back to win the 1971 state fall baseball championship Tuesday, 4-3. The game, held at Norway, Iowa, saw senior righthander Dave Klnney yield three unearned runs in the first inning and then shut the door on Western Dubuque the rest of the way while Spalding chipped away for the triumph. Klnney, who ran his record to 5-0. allowed only two hits, one in the opening frame, and four walks, two In the first inning, while striking out five. Two Spalding errors In the first stanza let in the three runs. But in the third Granville picked up a pair of scores, one coming on Mark Klein's single and the second on a walk. In the fifth stanza Dave Klein singled, Wayne Horkey doubled and a wild pitch allowed the tying run to cross the plate. Then a Western Dubuque error let the winning run score. /tights top tittle Rock by 5-1 by Andy Miedema The Unity Christian High baseball team picked up its first win In quite some time when they topped the Rockets from Little Rock by a 5-1 score last Friday afternoon on the local diamond. The long dry spell goes back to September 17, 1968 when the Knights were last victorious against the Cherokee Immaculate Conception team In a conference game. The game with Little Rock was a conference game with Little Rock a new member in baseball competition. The victory was especially sweet for Mark De Vrles, Unity pitcher, particularly since he (and the rest of the team) struggled through a winless season last year and seemed to be on the same track again this year. Mark handled the pitching chores last Friday and gave up just one run on three hits and two bases on balls. Mark recorded 10 strikeouts. The team was guilty of two miscues. Little Rock picked up one run in the top half of the first Inning on a walk and an error, but then the Knights closed the lid on them for the rest of the game. The Rockets had two base runners in the top of the fourth but Mark bore down with two more strike-outs on three-and-two pitches, and the Rockets remain stranded. The Rockets loaded the bases In the fifth Inning but two strike-outs by De Vrles plus a wild pitch that rebounded off the backstop boards Into catcher Ted Hengeveld's waiting mitt enabled him to put the tag on a Rocket runner streaking for home, and the fire was out. The Knights picked up their first run In the bottom of the second when Randy Jeltema got on base via a fielder's choice, Ron De Groot followed with a single, and then Jeltema scored when Harley Broek's grounder was bobbled by the first baseman. The Knights picked up what proved to be the winning runs in the bottom of the fifth when, with two out, Bob Hubers was safe on an error. Keith Huizenga was also safe on an error, and then Mark De Vries loaded the bases by virtue of still another error. Hubers scored on a passed ball and then Bruce De Groot laced a single between third and The T-Birds exceptional passing game helped to shut out George 34 to 0 Monday night. The scoringbegan early in the first quarter when Dale Karssen completed a 29 yard pass to Doug Becker who also converted the extra 2 points on another pass play from Karssen. The scoring continued in the second quarter when Gary Schipper lunged across the goal line. Three minutes later Dave Katt drove across for the T-Birds third touchdown. Thus ended the scoring for the first half leaving Floyd Valley ahead 20-0. At the break of the 2nd half Dale Karssen completed a 73 yard pass play for Dave Katt's second score of the night. Four minutes later a pass was again completed by Karssen. This one was to Jim Vander Pol for 50 yards and Local Hem Rev. and Mrs. Kots, Mrs. Harold Kraal, Mrs. Wilbert Kots and Mrs. Chas. Tillema drove to Macy, Nebraska on Sunday where Rev. Kots had charge of the services at the Mission Church. Mrs. Kots, Mrs. Kraai and Mrs. W. Kots also furnished special music, with Mrs. W. Kots accompanying the trio on the quitar. a touchdown. The extra two points were converted by the same two players. Floyd Valley's passing game completed 7 out of 13 passes for a total of 231 yards out of the 349 yards gained by the T-Blrds offense as compared to George's 3 out of 10 with one Interception by Becker. Floyd Valley's defense led by Jim Vander Pol with 10 tackles, Tom De Jong and Kim Friedrlchson with 8 tackles each, and by Paul Van Roekel with 7 held George's offense to a toal of 9 yards. A name for F.V.'s top defense was Cliff Morren who was injured in the first quarter of play. Total yards gained by FV-349 Total yards gained by George 9 Score at half- 20-0 Score at end- 34-0 at a hospital at Carroll, Iowa, after a long Illness. Father Boes had been pastor at St. Joseph for 14 years when he was assigned to St. Mary In the summer of 1968. He had been a pastor for more than 30 years, also having served successfully at Dedham, Iowa, the Cathedral of the Epiphany and Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church In Sioux City, and Pomeroy, He' was honored In 1964 at Salix for 25 years service as a priest. He had served actively at St. Mary In Alton until he became 111 In August of this year. Father Boes was born Jan. 27, 1914, In Sac County near Breda, Iowa. He was reared at Breda and later was graduated from Trinity College In Sioux City — and Kenrick Seminary -- In St. Louis. He was ordained by the late Most Rev. Edmund Heelan. He celebrated his first solemn high mass at St. Bernard Catholic Church at Breda. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Mary at Alton. The Most Rev. Frank H. Greteman, bishop of the Sioux City Diocese, was the celebrant of a concelebrated mass. Funeral services at St. Bernard were 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Clalr Boer was the celebrant of a concelebrated mass. Burial was In the parish cemetery at Breda. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Korvef and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ney, Lunch was served and gifts received. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Engen of Ireton attended church services here Sunday morning. . Mr. and Mrs. John Kots attended funeral services for Joe Bos of Hills, Minn., Monday. Mr. and Mrs, R. Schat attended funeral services for a relative, Lester Probst at Sheldon Monday. Randy Hoekstra left last Sunday to serve with the Air Force at Lackland, Texas, and Dean De Koter left for Lackland this past Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zle- semtz of Owkshead, Maine, spent a couple days in the Wilbur De Jong home enroute to visit the Rev. Carl De Jong family at Denver. Kay De Jong went to Denver and Is employed by New York Life Insurance. Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen of Orange City is teaching kindergarten here while Mrs. Hulstein Is hospitalized. High series-Pete Jeltemft 689 2-Orange Motors 200 Games-Arlyn KatJe-218; 3-Russell' s R ea ,., Conley Kat)e-21?{ Orvllle "•«"•-• Oolman - 214; Dave Van Peursem-206; Pete Jeltema- 204j Gary VanRavensway-201 Thursday League-Standings as of September 23, 1971. 1 Wins 1-Vogel Paint & Wax 26 High Game-Dale High High leasT '* 104 CENTRAL AVENUE, SW., ORANGE CITY,] AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Sioux „„ 1(1MI and the official paper for the city of Orange Cltj SUBSCRIPTION RATES, payable annually , $5 per year In Sioux and adjoining count!? $6.50 per year elsewhere, ' • SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID ORANGE CITY, IOWA 51041 PUBLISHED Thursdays, continuing an 97-years tradition of community newspaper service. REPRESENTED In the national advertising field by weekly Newspaper Representatives. 36th Year - No. 44 - September 30, IN Mrs. Alfred Aalbert accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken and family to St. Paul last weekend. The Honken's attended the 10th anniversary of the Peace Reformed Church and Mrs. Aalberts visited In the Jim Grooters home in Wayzata. shortstop which more runs. The Rockets were guilty of seven errors, and this coupled with five hits by the Knights, proved to be the difference. The Knights close out the home season this Friday against Western Christian and then finish the fall season First NW women*s hockey team to play Sioux Falls Wed. The Northwestern College women's field hockey team will take on Sioux Falls College, Oct. 6 in their first college contest. Coached by Bonnie Burnell, a Northwestern sophomore, the strong lady Raider team Is. slated for a win on the Sioux Falls field at 4:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wurpts and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wlersema were guests on Sunday afternoon in the Larry Heemstra home at Prlmghar to help Jerry Heemstra celebrate his llth birth- plated two day. away at Storm Lake next Tuesday. The game this past Tuesday with Granville Spalding was postponed because the Spartans were too busy capturing the State Fall Baseball title at Norway, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Sinnard from Chicago were weekend guests In the home of their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout. Mrs. Dora Hofmeyer and Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake entertained the following ladles last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Wlelenga, Mrs. Dora Visser, Mrs. Peter Schaap, Mrs. Leonard De Groot, Mrs. John Kiel and Kathryn Krui-, zenga. Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Brenneman and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Verdoorn visited in the Brad Highstreet home in Spencer, Tuesday evening after attending the dedication service of The Hope Reformed church where Brad Highstreet Is organist. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van Peursem received word Tuesday of the death of their son- in-law, Joe Barber of Portland, Ore. after a lingering illness. A group of friends enjoyed a birthday dinner on Saturday evening at the Dutch Mill Inn in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Jennie Brink and Mrs. Florence Mouw. The evening was spent socially at the Albert Grooters home. Rudy Van Pelt underwent surgery at St. Joseph's hospital In Sioux City on Tuesday. Mrs. Van Pelt is staying In the Howard Mleras home to be near her husband. » Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mullenburg took Miss Gotink to Ames where she met her new sponsors. Mrs. Dick De Jong had surgery at St. Joseph's hospital on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kingma viol Lansing, Illinois, spent a couple days in the Ray De Jong home. Mrs. Abe Berghuis of Prinsburg also visited there. She was ahouseguestof Mrs. John Brink. Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Monday League-Standings as of September 27. 1971. Wins 1-John's Upholstering 32 2-Clark Real Estate 28 3-N.Y. Life Insurance 24 4-Slouxland Harvestore 22 5-Alton Premium Feed 20 6-O.C. Builders 16 7-Huisman Gravel 16 8-Ron's Deep Rock 14 9-Punt-C ambler 14 10-Wells' Blue Bunny 14 THANK Yi area residents for your attending our 1972 new car showing ***** High Game and Series-Harlan De Jong 209-545 Tuesday League-Standings as of September 28, 1971. Wins 1-Moor Mans 30 2-Coast to Coast 26 3-Woudstra Market 26 4-Farm Bureau Ins.' 24 5-Bowling Alley, 22 6-Al's Floor Covering 22 7-Sloux Abstract 20 8-Mouw's Super Valu 12 9-O.C. Appliance 10 10-N.W. State Bank 8 High Game-Arlyn Katje 218 And we appreciate yw looking at our new cars on the street Appreciation RONS MOTOR SALES! On Highway 10 Orange City] Jenetj Ellen, Robert and Howard surprised their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vlieger by inviting a group of relatives and friends in for their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday. Those present were Mrs. Jennie Becker, Bill Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Becker and Dan, Mrs. Wallace Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaler, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vlieger, Mr. and Mrs. Jim • Vlieger, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Vande Burgt, Mrs. Eugene McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Plendl, Ed Buckley, Charles Buckley and Jerry Larson, Unable to attend were Come to Maurice Office Change of Name Our firm will now be called Draayer & De Vries Real Estate. Frank, purchased Tom De Jong's interest in the real estate firm in April, and has received his broker's license and they have now formed a partnership called Draayer & De Vries Real Estate, We will be happy to serve you for all your real estate needs. We are active members of National Association of Real Estate Boards. John B. Draayer Broker Frank De Vries Broker Phone 4940 Hurry in for big savings! Vogel & VanDe Brake's Annual Wallpaper Sale For the Wallpaper Bargains of the year- 250 Patterns of all types & colors-ranging in Price from 39$ to $1.19 per single roll. Now buy one single roll at the regular marked down price and get the next single roll FOR ONLY !<?. SALE ENDS OCTOBER 23, _____ NOW IN STOCK I 130 Patterns of VINYL WALL COVERINGS, Prepa-sted, Scrub- bable, Stripable. Many Colors & Patterns including Flocks.. NOW IN STOCK! PREPASTiD WALLPAPER Fabric Available with Companion. Hang Paper the easy way, Just dip in water and hang, See our newly remodeled and redecorated] quarters Fri., Oct. 8 -- 3-8 p.*4 FREE lunch tickets Roses for the ladies 4 Register for FREE door prizes Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways • Savings Accounts -•<• Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts >- Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Business Loans — Farm Loans — Auto Loans STORE HOURS: 7:30 AM. 7:30 AM. 7:30 AM, 6:00 PM, 6:30-9:00 PM, Monday 5:30 PM, Tues, - Friday 12 Noon - Saturday Vogel and Van De Broke Northwestern State Bank Phone 73 7-4971 ORANGE CITY Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SER V ? BANK, Member F.DJ.C. 2--THB SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, September, 30,

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