The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 7, 1971 · Page 8
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October 7, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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f Knights lose pair, finish last ^^^ .. .*. • -..*-.__ TfA By Andy Mledema The Uhlty Christian High baseball team closed out the Fall season by dropping a 9-2 decision to Western Christian on Monday In a make-up game and then fell to Storm Lake St. Mary's on Tuesday by a 3-1 count. Both games counted In the conference standings, so again the Knights finished in the cellar with a 1-8 conference record, Granville Spaldlng, the state fall baseball champs, captured first place in the conference with a perfect 9-0 record. Following Granville were Remsen St. Mary's, Western Christian, Storm Lake, Little Rock, and Unity. A disastrous first Inning against Western Christian on Monday at the local ballpark proved to be the undoing of tin- Kni-rhts. Knight pitcher Mark De Vries had difficulty locating home plate, and three timely of .the 2nd wher, Ed1 Katje ?or the visiting Indians. . scored o^a wild PjW^. were quite well stymied by Mike Bosley, and only his lack of control resulted in runners getting on The Knights battled tnck In their half of the opening Inning with three straight hits and a fielder's choice, but Bob Hubers was thrown out trying to go to third and Keith Hulzenga was caught off third to retire the Knights without any runs. The Knights did pick up a pair of runs In the bottom of the third, however, but Western pushed runs across again In the Gth and 7th to win going away. Mark DeVrles took the loss for the Knights; Terrll Te Slaa recorded the win for the Indians. Mark again was on the mound on Tuesday at the old "White Cap" diamond at Storm Lake when the Knights were toppled by the Panthers from Storm Lake St. Mary's by a 3-1 score. The Knights picked up a run In the bottom Knight base. .. Earl Woudstra picked up the first hit for the Knights in the top of the sixth when he doubled to left center but he remained atop base for the duration of the inning. Harley Broek picked up another double for Unity in the top of the 7th, but he, too, was left to ferment on base. The Panthers picked up their runs by scoring one in the bottom of the 2nd and two In the 4th. The Panthers collected five hits but were aided by six free passes. Floyd Valley drops Paullina, now 4-0 Jacob Mantel, Hospers, Chrysler. Floyd Kemper, Irtn, Plymouth, Larry Juffer, Irtn, Ply- _ mouth, Wm. H. SchcVM? Lillian Henrlch, Alton, International. ' i *" ( - Koolker Land » i Hull, CMC & lnv Wesl Sioux Vet n, Chev. el Dennis i Wm. H. Quick. Bill E, Paschall, Soo Cen, Ford. John Vande Berg, Soo Cen, Ford. Peter Van Drlel, RV, Ford. Eldo Degen, Irtn, Ford. Bernard Nlbbellnk.SooCen, Ford. Ed P. Schut, Soo Cen, Ford. Loren G. Olson, OC, Plymouth, Vernon Boone, Soo Cen, Chev. Harry Prlns, Soo Cen, Chev. William Ver Mulm, RV, Chev. Henry Groen, Hospers, CheV. Stanley D. De Boom, Maurice, Ford. Eugene Ceperly, Hospers, Chev. Myron Vander Meulen.OC, Mercury. Hulbregtse, OC, & Far Coop visiting in the t home. They alone Schruer and Mr. \V es from Sioux City also few days on a ' In the sp-rial entry division of the NW Horn-coming parade the Student Christian Fellowship won first pri/.c. B. Splear, RV, The Floyd Valley grid iron continued " its winning way Monday night by tramplingthe Panthers of Paullina 2G-0. The tenacious FV defense atrain was able to hold their opponents from scoring and onlv 52 total yards gained compared to the 242 yards by the Floyd Valley offense, penetrating the Panther defensive unit four touchdowns. In the first quarter, both teams took their turns moving the ball. First the Panthers, who won the toss and elected to receive moved the ball 41 yards and 3 first downs. The Flovd Valley defense stopped the Panther offense on about the Floyd Valley 15 yard line and Floyd Valley switched to offense and moved the ball a total of G9 yards and 5 first downs hut was unable to score in (lie quarter. The second quarter was only 14 seconds old when quarterback, Dale Karssen, ran the ball into the end zone for the first touchdown. Later with 3:50 left in the second period, Dave Katt sprinted to pay dirt from 35 yards on the reverse play. The two point conversion attempt was successful on a pass from Dale Karssen to Phil Moss. The remaining points were made by touchdowns, one in the third quarter on a nine yard rush by Jim Vander Pol and the final score, also made by Vander Pol from two yards. Both kick attempts for the extra points by Doug Becker were unsuccessful. The Floyd Valley record now stands at 4 and' 0; quite impressive for the first year. The reason for the success is the drive and desire of the players and an excellent coachin? staff. Player Carries Yards Ave. Doug Becker 15 119 7.9 Dale Karssen 3 22 7.1 Jim Vander Pol c 2C 4.6 Gary Schipper 3 G 2.0 FV Paullina Orange City Monday League-Standings as of October 4, 1971. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Reinders and Jeff of Ireton were Sunday evening guests at l he Kenneth Van'tHof home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Van Zandbergen of Michigan spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Arie Van Zandbergen. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Koele of Orange City were last Sunday evening after church guests at the Anthony Van Oort home. Mr. and Mrs. John Schul- ier of Alton were last Sunday evening guests at the Marion Bowling Assn. Menning home.. 1-John's Upholstering 32 2-N.Y. Life Insurance 32 3-Clark Real Estate 30 4-Alton Premium Feed 26 5-Siouxland Harvestore 24 6-Hulsman Gravel 24 7-O.C. Builders 22 8-Punt-Cambier 20 9-Wells' Blue Bunny 16 10-Ron's Deep Rock 14 High Series-Larry Bloemendaal 575 200 Games - Jerry Ferrell- 221; Lynn Sorenson - 200; Larry Blcemendaal - 214; 1-ia.i i y uiL.em'-ii*-*'*"-* *•• * *j , Harold Kleinhesselink-202; Sunday. Last Monday evening supper guests at the Peter Van Kiev- home were Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Vogel of Lynden, Wash., and Mrs. Will Hofmeyer of Hospers. Last Tuesday evening guests at the Gerrit Schneider horn? were Mr. and Mrs, Hilbert Vogel of Lynden, Washington, and Mr. and Mrs, Ron Schneider of George. Mr. Lloyd Grotenhuis attended a Lay Witness meeting at Pella last Friday to Mrs. Ron Garrod and Grant of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. VerlinGoeringand family of New Ulm, Minn.,.were Sunday guests at the parental Herman Langstraat home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Jewelann and Roberta attended church services in Orange City and afterward were guests at the Ben Koele home. Mrs. Robert Mouw and Mrs. Herman Langstraat attended a bridal shower for Miss Beverly Cleveringa Tuesday evening at the Gary Jager home near George. Mr. and Mrs. George Mills, Brian and Miry of Hartley were Sunday afternoon callers at the Andrew Vander Maten and Audley Dolphin homes. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vrieze and Dawn of Sioux City were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Harvey Vander Pol home. Mrs. Robert Mouw and Gina were supper guests. We just got married on the spree of the moment. Record DEEDS FILED Henrietta Mieras to Peter Miera-s Pt Ls 25, 26 & 27, Blk 42, South Addn, OC $1. Lester J. Dorhout & wf to William Veenstra & wf Pt L 17. Moerman Addn, Soo Cen $1. Jeanette Reinders & hs to Robert F. Trei Pt Ls 9, 10 6 11, Blk 20, South Addn, OC S16.000. John J. Huygens & wf to Steven Poppema & wf Pt Ls 7 & 8, Blk 11, First Addn, Hospers $400. Viola (Klein) Johnson & hs to Pauline Hayden Pt Blk 9, RV SI. Perry Van Gorp & wf to Jack L. Ellis & wf Pt L 3 in Aud Irr Sur of NE-^ 8-9545, Soo Cen $2125. Viola Schwebach to Ambrose J. Schwebach E-l NW^ 9-96-43 $1. Alvin Stuit & wf to Charles A. Vande Kamo & wf Pt L 3 & Pt vac alley, Blk 12, Hospers $1500. Clarence E. Balkema, Extr to Alfred Woudstra & wf L 6, Blk 27, OC $24,000. John B. Balkema, etal to Alfred Woudstra & wf L 6, Blk 27, OC $1. (5) NEW CASES FILED Probate 9887 Gladys Brunhaver, deceased (Trans) Probate 9888 Lena C. Boever, deceased (Trans) Probate 9889 Wlllard Marra, deceased DC 13908 Emery Vlotho, Jr. & Jerry Vlotho vs la Mut Tornado Ins Co (Law) DC 13909 Edwin Poison, aka Ed Poison vs Kathryn Annette Poison (Law) DC 13910 Warren Elec Co vs Smith Elec & WlllardSmlth (Law) DC 13861 Ambrose J. Schwebach vs Viola Schwebach (Equity) NEW AUTOS Marvin Prins. Soo Cen, Ford. John Wesselink. Soo Cen, Chev. Conrad Van Zandschulp, Soo Cen, Chev. Robert Olds. Robert Bulck, Ben Schoep, Hull, Chev. Dick Fedders, Hwdn, Chev. Raymond Tourtillott, Hwdn, Pontlac. Phyllis Hegdahl, Hwdn, Volkswagen. Herman Brenneman, Soo Cen, Ford. Irwln De Vos, Soo Cen, Ford. Warren Snelder, Soo Cen, Ford. Bert Harskamp, Soo Cen, Chev. Alice Vande Weerd, Hospers, Chev. Lloyd Johnson, Hwdn, Ford. Bartle Soodsma, Hull, Chev. Arvln Schulteman, Soo Cen, Chev. Clarence Mol, Soo Cen, Ford. Earl Schlumbohm, Hwdn, Mercury. David Suter, RV, Chev. William Hill, Hwdn, Olds. Crelghton Wegner, Hwdn, Olds. Randy De Wall, Hwdn, Olds. NEW TRUCKS Paul Den Herder, Soo Cen, Chev. John Vander Broek. Soo Cen, International. Mrs. Arabella sipim, a guest In the horn. „! and Mrs. Dan De R uy| '] Monday evening in t,,, Mrs. De Ruyter 1 ! Tamara Ostendort OshKosh, Wisconsin with Mr. Firman Scl, from Lacrosse, Wist and Nolan Schiebouf],, Ames were housegnesls!• week in the Abe Schleta home coming especially! the funeral of Mrs, Roos last Monday. Mrs. KermltHoffsamls Cameron, from Pheonlx,j zona arrived on Saturfcj spend a few clays v| S |(| n , the John De Beer horn?,S Hoffs left on Wednesday! ning with the Northwew,, College Choral Readers | attend the Mission Feslli in Milwaukee. Camera i mained at the De Beer I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roosli Preston, Minnesota and!,. and Mrs. Ed Roos fromHi] Ian, Iowa were heretoa the funeral of Mrs, Roos. Dr. C. C. Sterrenburglro Beaver Dam, Wisconsin! a weekend swst in thek of Mr, and Mrs. Sterrentmrc, Frank De Vries-202 Tuesday League-Standings as of October 5, 1971. Wins 1-Moor Mans 34 2-Coast to Coast 32 3-Farm Bureau Ins. 32 4-Woudstra Market 30 5-Al's Floor Covering 28 6-Sioux Abstract 28 7-Bowllng Alley 24 8-Mouw's Super Valu 12 9-O.C. Appliance 12 10-N.W. State Bank 8 High Series-Pete Jeltema-577 200 Games: Arlin Klein-233; Dave Hulsart-222; Pete Van Wyk-213; Dave VanPeursem- Mrs. Hoyd Grotenhuis and children were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Peter Van Kley home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol and family of Sioux City were last weekend guests at the parental Harvey Vander Pol home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Van Rooyen of Lake Wilson, Minn., were last Sunday afternoon guests at the John C. Blom home. The Reverend Clarence Van October 3-9 is Fire Prevention Week 213; Ernie Fedders-209; Heukelom and family plan to Gerrit Geurink - 203; Wally arrive here on or about the 19th of October. Installation service will be the 22nd and he will preach his first sermon on the 24th. Bogaard-201. Thursday League • as of September 1st downs Total yds. Yds. Pen. Passes Score at half final score T.ickles Dale Karssen Clifl Morren Doug Becker 9 242 55 4-10-0 14 20 4 52 30 1-8-1 0 0 10 7 8 Standings 30, 1971. Wins 30 1-Orange Motors 2-Vogel Paint & Wax 26 3-Russell's Ready Mix 26 4-R & R Performance 18 5-Kreykes True Value 14 6-Silent Sioux 6 High Game-Dwaine Vander Vegte 192 Gerald Huisman underwent surgery this past Wednesday at the Orange City hospital. He returned homo on Monday. Harry Te Grotenhuis is a patient in the Orange City High Series-Jay De Jong 510 hospital for observation. Dutchmen JV's (Continued from page 7) four and it only took one more play for the Rockets to tie it up, 12-12. Again the extra point failed for Rock Valley. No more scoring took place as the first half ended with the scoreboarti reading: M-OC 12, Rock Valley 12. M-OC kicked to open the second half and as Brad Roos tackled the ball carrier, he swiftly then grabbed the ball away from the Rock Valley player to give M-OC the ball on the Rocket 33 yard line. The Dutchmen chance was foiled, though, by a Rocket interception. The third quarter from then on was a seesaw battle as neither team could get anything going. Rock Valley then got the ball on the M-OC 20. The quarter ended with the Rockets in scoring position on the 10 yard line. As for tlif fourth quarter quarter started, so did the Dutchman defense. They start' -I ;• strong defensive goal line stand, that was capped off by Mike Bierma's interception. Iff was cut short when he fumbled to start the Rockets on the ten yard line. The Rockets passed for a touchdown and took the lead for the first time. For the rest of the game the Dutchmen offense? couldn't put a drive together. The defense played a strong quarter. Although the final score read Rock Valley 18 — M-OC -OC went home frustra- WOMFN'S BOWLING Wins Total Woudstra 4 15 Bowling Alley 3 14 Super Valu 1 13 De Vries Int. 3 13 K-Products 3 12 Harsma Bros 2 12 Kraai 4 12 7-Up 3 11 Koscot 1 10 NW Bank 2 9 Vogel Paint & Wax 1 6 Hubers 0 5 Van Gelder 0 5 Blue Bunny 1 3 Hi Game-Mona Wiersma 192 High Series-Mona Wiersma 537 "FIRE" is crword that has the power to strike with terror the stoutest heart. But YOU have the power to stop fire before it starts. Check fire hazards in your home nowl Mrs, Alter! Van Oort entertained last Friday afternoon for the birthday of Mrs, Florence R, Mouw. Her guests included Mrs. Coba Mackie, Mrs, Al Vander Berg, Miss Helen Rozeboom, Miss Ada Ver Steeg and Miss Millie Ver Steeg. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nikkei from Sully, Iowa will be weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Van Marion Hagens has had several blood transfusions. Anyone who would like to donate blood can do so at the Orange City hospital. Call the laboratory for an appointment. The Melodaires Quartet sang Sunday evening at the Trinity church in Orange City. Afterward the following were guests at the Peter Blom home; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. James Cleveringa and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley De Haan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schneider, Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Top homo were their son, Bob who is from Ames and spent the weekend, Mr. Dale Van Veldhuizen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Es of Orange City, Gertie De Krey of Princeton, Minn., was a Sunday guest at the John Koster home. They were all dinner guests at the Reynold Van Gelder home in Alton along with Miss Henrietta Rensink of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul De Krey of Pittybone, North Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Rensink of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Van Gelder of Rapid City, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Oordt and family of Fenton were Saturday guests at the parental John Koster homo. ja, jvi-v."- »c"v ..-.-— --- ... Mr. anu wiis, /%jv»u TO» ted, but not fully defeated, xou Berkum vislte d in the Douglas can bet they'll be back next week with their never-ending desire to win! Van Berkum home In Sheldon on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herm Laffoon and Mrs. Johnson of Parker, Arizona were Thursday morning coffee guests at the Arthur Vander Pol home. Published In the public interest by ORANGE CITY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 8-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 7, 1971

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