The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 1
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October 28, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 1

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:KOAiG & so;<! SPR1NGPORT MICHIGAN COt/P . sure to turn your >cks back one hour § Saturday night. [Daylight Savings Time ends 36th Year - No. 48 ORANGE CITY, IOWA October 28, 1971 MLetter to the Editor It may concern; to be commended for their fine performance which I'm burned home from fans Day program at 1 feel compelled to n ,y thoughts. {were you? Oh, yes 4 or 5 rows of llally filled. Most hen and a few men. . about our free- Imore? . . • and lhe Imen fought and died [7 Are we TOO busy titrate to these men? bUNG PEOPLE were teachers full of them se group on chairs. -people who looked Iwllderedastowhere He were and why they me. Isn't this country 8they love, worth an rear to reflect upon to those who tt /life for it? Do we Irotect and love and Ifreedoms that no one be interested in? , weren't rioting or or burning draft , the like. (Maybe j get a crowd to come ley missed you and so (aithful Legion mem- kom we're grateful I continue to schedule Jemorial services in . lack of interest, i missed something „ missed the old atriotic songs played band. They are sure took more than one hour a year to prepare. You missed the soul-stirring rumble and beat of the drums as our flags were proudly carried in, and the lump that lodged in our throat as we sang our National Anthem with the band. You missed the feeling of pride as we listened to and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. You missed the message of freedom as sung by the choir of Unity Christian High, which was also very well done and took many hours of practice. Then the challenging words of Mr. De Vries as he told us that America's greatest need is loyalty. First to God, then to country and our neighbors. You also missed the tears that trickled down the cheeks of wives and mothers as Mr. Kosters read the names of those who had paid the supreme price. Then the solemness of Taps being played in the background. And finally you missed the feeling of excitement as we sang "This is my country, Land of the free," and knowing that some people cared enough to come. I only hope our freedoms are preserved long enough so we can have another opportunity to commemorate Veteran's Day next year. Sincerely, Mrs. Peter I. Noteboom NCATE accredits NW College for teacher education program Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, has been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, the highest accreditation that any teacher education program can receive. Out of the 2,500 col- leges in the United States that certify teachers, 470 are NCATE approved. 1971 Northwestern grau- ates in teacher education, who receive Northwestern's endorsement are NCATE approved. The accreditation by MOC students named to all-state groups Lyle Kline, left, and Herb Ritsema behind the counter at their new music store, The Music Manor. They are holding their grand opening Friday, Saturday, and Monday, Oct. 29, 30 and Nov. 1. nsorl -,. iM tut Granberg elected to executive committee of private colleges Lars I. Granberg, President of Northwestern College, was elected to the Executive Committee of the Iowa Association of Private Colleges and Universities in a recent meeting held in Des Moines, Iowa, "The IAPCU is an association of 29 private colleges in Iowa," said Dr. Granberg, "Its union seeks to further the interests of the small college in seeking state and national government financial aid, In sharing educational NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE October 31 Frances Beukelman Steve Lenters 3 P.M. NW Chapel November 1-27 10 county area high Monday - Friday school art show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday 2-5 p.m. Myra De Jong & Joan Blom November 2 November 4 SPORTS—Mens October 29 October 30 Piano Recital L'Abri Ensemble of Huemoz.Switzerland Cross country Football - Bethel FO owe 5RVICEI ,N,E, 1963 3 AH SPORTS--Womens . October 30 Volley ball 8 p.m. NW Chapel 7:30 p.m. NW Chapel 4p.m. 1:30 p.m. St. Paul 9:30 a.m. Westmar Five students of the Maurice-Orange City High School have attained the highest individual honor available to Iowa High School music students by being selected as a member of the 1971 All-State Band, Orchestra, and Chorus. Debbie Bogaard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bogaard will play violin in the All State Orchestra. Janice Van Roekel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Roekel, will sing in the All State Chorus. Linda Berry (Clarinet) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berry, Daryl Ter Horst (Oboe), son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ter Horst, and Stan Toenjes (Alto Sax), son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Toenjes, will all play in the All State Band. These students are under the direction, of Mrs. Wayland Breese, Orchestra, Mr. Lyle Kline, V,o- cal, and Mr. Gene K. Krueger, Band. We are all extremely proud of the professional work that these stu- dents are doing, and tney should be congratulated for it. District auditions for the 280 All-State Band and 220 All-State Orchestra positions were held Saturday, October 23, at Le Mars, Anamosa, Davenport, West Shenandoah, Webster City, and West Des Moines. Approximately 1% of all Iowa high school instrumentalists are selected for membership in the All-State Honor groups. Participants will rehearse in Des Moines on Friday and Saturday, November 26 and 27, and will present a Festival Concert which is open to the public on Saturday evening, November 27, at the KRNT Theater under the auspices of the Iowa High School Music Association and the Iowa Music Educator's Association. Tickets at $2.50 each may be purchased by sending a check and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: KRNT Theater, 10th and Pleasant, Des Moines, Iowa. . NCATE is for five years. In 1976 Northwestern's program will be re-evaluated. In a tight job market NCATE approval is of significant value to the teacher. Thirty states co-operate with NCATE approved institutions for automatic certification of the teacher whb is endorsed by an NCATE accredited institution. "NCATE teachers hold a quality degree," says Dean of Northwestern's Academic Affairs, Roy Wilbee. "NCATE approval will facilitate teacher placement for those professionals who move from one state to another—especially the new teacher. It is signigi- cant that NCATE looks at the total program of the school 4e to be accredited. AN ENDORSEMENT BY NCATE IS" AN ENDORSEMENT OF THE TOTAL ACADEMIC PROGRAM." Dr. Paul M. Koehn, Chairman, Division of Education at Northwestern, says, "We graduate 110 teachers per year and Northwestern's high placement ratio of graduating teachers will be further enhanced by NCATE accreditation." Annual HS art show at NW You're invited i TV ekBroi.) < City leal Dykhuizen displays the 3| Ib. white radish pd from his garden Monday, (after the shot he Bited It to your reporter.) policies and trends and in improving community relations." One of the important acts of IAPCU in '71 was to pressure for government support for the students of private colleges. Governor Robert D. Ray of Iowa has signed the appropriations bill of $4 million dollars annually for the IGAA neer 2219 iy,W Real W\ , 5101 next two years for the Iowa Tuition Grant Program. IAPCU members will receive meaningful increases to meet the needs of Iowa students. "Northwestern College students received approximately $180,000 in tuition grants in the past year," said Paul Muyskens, NW business manager, "The tuition grant program enables the private college to attract individuals who seek to attend a private college but cannot meet the higher tuition. The tuition grant pays the individual student the difference between the amount of tuition at a regent's school and that of a private school. "Last year the tuition at Iowa regent's school averaged $610," Muyskens estimated. "The tuition at Northwestern •was $1550. The Iowa tuition grant program paid the difference of $940 to Northwestern students who qualified." Darrell Van Cliters is awarded DFC U.S. Air Force Major Darrell A. Van Citters, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. (Bud) Van Citters of Sault Ste, Marie, Michigan has received the Distinguished Flying Cross for aerial achievement in Southeast Asia. Major Can Citters distinguished himself as a B-57 Canberra tacticalbomber aircraft commander during a night armed mission against enemy supply and infiltration routes when he succeeded in destroying numerous trucks. He was presented the medal at Ubon Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, where he serves with a unit of the Pacific Air Forces. The 15 year Air Force veteran holds the aeronautical raging of senior pilot. Major Van Citters attended Washington University at St. Louis and was commissioned dim'" 1 Haver**! l"^^^^^^^" 8 ™ .. ps Each produces about 340emblems I °ne of the two new embroidery machines, Eacn v jtoultaneously, 'roducts plant expansion underway . . _ _ _ -i.in A Viarl trt , iction was started I* on an addition to jfroducts building In j'-"y, The new build- |«onnect to the existing •8 and will provide an " 25,000 square feet --«, Inc., moved • e sent location In the 1 "T Parkin January of 1968. Since that time, new products manufactured by the company, have made the expansion necessary. The project is scheduled for completion this fall. The company produced caps for advertising. promotion use. Recently, two embroidery machines were installed to produce the em blems which are f ached to K-Product garments, In aa- diti^n to theSmboidery ma nhines the Orange City basea JS2 W-JttSSW be an addition to the t-shirts and insulated thermal sweat swrts which the company now is handling. Amy Luaens ano acou Winburn proudly display the "trick or treat" containers they made in school. Scott "triCK 01 ". . . ..... — i,- i_ lAnVino- forward to Northwestern College will play host to area high school seniors in an annual competitive art show to be held November 1-27 In the Northwestern College Art Gallery in the basement of Van Peursem Hall. Participants must be graduating seniors from high school and the works entered must be done entirely by the students. Works will be judged on originality as well as technical proficiency. Two dimensional works must be framed or stripped with lattice, and wires attached for hanging. The name of the artist, title of work, and media used should be attached to the back of the work in the upper left hand corner. Entries will be limited to two (2) wall space pieces and two (2) three dimensional works (ceramics, sculpture, etc.) Works will be accepted at the Bushmer Art Center on the Northwestern College Campus anytime after October 15th. Deadline for entry is 5:00 P.M., through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program there. He also holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan. He and his wife are the parents of three sons and one daughter. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. (Bud) Van Citters are well known to many in this area. "Bud" set numerous sports records while attending Morningside College and has also coached in the area. Other relatives in this area include Charles J. Van Citters, A. C. Van Citters and Mrs. Margaret Van Pelt all of Orange City. SPECIAL NOTICES This will be "Youth Weekend" at the Assembly of God Church, There will be a Kid's Crusade on Saturday, October 30 at 2:00 p.m. and a Youth Rap Session at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday with Elmer Yates as speaker, Bring your talents, guitars and tambourines, There will be special speakers and music all day Sunday with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and the Morning Worship at 10;30 a.m. Christ's Ambassadors will be - at 7:00 p.m. and Evening Evangelists at 7:30 p.m. Missionary Conference Thursday and Friday at 7:30 P,M, at Dover Avenue Alliance as well as in the regular services this coming Sunday. It's Rally Day this coming Sunday, October 31, in the Friday, Oct. 29th. All works must be picked up by December 1st. Paintings, drawings, woodcuts, etchings ect. will be judged in another category. From each category the judge will select three places. The lstplace_ selection will recieve a $50.00 merit scholarship In each category. In the event the scholarship is declined by the 1st place wiiner, the scholarship will be awarded to the next winner. The scholarship must be used for the year for which it is awarded.. The judge will be at liberty to select as many pieces of merit as he wishes for honorable mention. In conjunction with the show an all day workshop for Saturday Nov. 20th is planned. Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, la.) Corn LOO Oats 66 Soybeans 2.91 Top Hogs 18.65 Top Sows 17.00 SPECIAL NOTICE Funeral services were held for Ellsworth G.De Jong Wednesday, Oct. 27 at the American Reformed church. Mr. De Jong died Saturday at Seal Beach, Calif. A complete obituary will be in THE CAPITAL next week. Have a safe Halloween "Trick or treaters require special attention from parents and from motorists." So cautioned Iowa Safety Commissioner Michael M. Sellers this week as he outlined safety measures he recommended be taken on the evenings of October 30th and 31st. The Commissioner said that parents can help keep their children safe by doing these: *Avoid costuming children with long garments or loose shoes, either of which could cause a trip or fall, possibly into the path of a moving vehicle. *Be certain face masks allow unimpaired vision to the sides as well as to the front. *Avoid dressing them in completely dark clothing. Some garments should be whilte or light-colored and preferably trimmed with reflective material. *Accompany very young children on their rounds. Plan on one adult for every four or five youngsters. Sellers cautioned vehivle (Continued on page 3) "trick or treat" containers iney HKIUC u. a w~*. --«.. ««..-•»*, •^•™~~- --, --• previously Hved in Africa so he is looking forward to Orange Cl y Dow Alliance Halloween. The RCYF of the First Reformed Church has a Halloween party Tuesday night. They enjoyed a hayrack ride before they ended up at the Shelter House in the Veterans Memorial park. The ride was a little damp with the light rain but it didn't dampen the spirits of . the kids, (The welcome rain was still continuing at press time. It is much needed for sub-soil moisture and newly planted shrubs and trees.) The bums and Indian are, left to right: Debbie Vander Weide, Allyn Korver, Betty Hultink and Pam De Beer.

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