The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 11, 1971 · Page 1
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1971
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SPiU J Doug Vander Broek, Dennis Feekes, Roy Beukel- va Vander Ploeg, Ira Engeltjes. * . Brenda Welse, Greg Brandsma, Greg Schoon, iseman, Rhee Ramond, Linda Aberson, Terry Lines, r ande Vooren w: Barbara Heyman, Doug Moret, Joyce Kuyper, Van Nyhuls, Joyce Winterhof, Sandra Calsbeek. \shmen comprise singing group Area resources survey undertaken in county B erltage Singers, a new leroup composed en- jNorthwestern College will be directed by i Tarrell, Chairman ilvlslon of Fine Arts, their debute at Pa- Oct. 23, on the ' n Campus, the 19 ensemble proved it alltypes of music. ear future, upon re,... Heritage Singers prepared to sing show hadrlgals, folk melo- dies, patriotic music, chamber opera, cantatas and other sacred music for schools, churches and civic groups. They will be able to present programs of 10-40 minutes. "The purpose of the ensemble," said Dr. Tarrell, "Is to provide training and experience for incoming students who have outstanding potential as vocalists, and to make them more valuable members of the Chapel and A-Cappella Choirs. ildren's theater {present "Heidi' Civic and community leaders from throughout Sioux County have undertaken an Area Resources Survey and Manpower Study In an effort to attract new business and Industry to the area. Stan DeHaan, county treasurer, has been named overall chairman of the project, and will coordinate the work efforts of the other volunteer Auxiliary planning 10th annual hospital bazaar This Is the 10th year that the local hospital auxiliary Is having their annual bazaar. Plans are bigger than ever. There will be several new booth additions and they'll be using the entire main floor for display. The basement will be set up with two serving lines and plenty of seating space to accomodate everyone. A special effort will be made to serve the working people who have a one hour lunch period as quickly as possible. They will be serving hot soup, saucijsjes, pie and coffee all day from 9:00 a.m. till 8:00 p.m. Bring your friends and spend the day. Many donations are needed to fill the upstairs auditorium, so start your knitting and making of aprons, Christmas decorations, stuffed toys or what ever you can and don't forget to bring candy and baked goods. , VV J children are ex- 1 pack the Northwes- Auditorium for iai°chlldren's theater Uon on Nov. 18-23. _i's classic, HEIDI, iresented in ten per- Due to the extra- J number of reserva- lextra showings were Thursday, Nov. 18 and 1:30 P.M. lay, Nov. 19, Monday, lan<rruesday,Noy.23, 1 be two daily per- ies at 10:00 A.M. and , Grade school chll- m 66 schools have •eservations to attend jduction. The public Is the Saturday per- :es on Nov. 20 at 2:00 i 8:00 P.M. [classic tale of a little ise charming and in- i personality, turns an told man into a loving T and changes the fa neglected crippled (is expected to involve jng audience in a living production that will their dally diet of JIM. Bides a cast of sixteen Northwestern children's theater actors, a live goat, 5 kittens and a turtle will make their debute," says Nattalee De Boer, who plays Dete. "The costumes of the Swiss Highlander, leather shorts and full sleeved shirts for men and peasant dresses for girls will add color to the performance," added Nat. A troupe of fairies and flowers, who talk and walk among the audience, will fill the intermissions with action. The cast includes: Peg Johnson-HEIDI; Michael Gray-Peter; Jim Johnson- Aim Uncle; Tim Staal-minister; Nattalee De Boer-Dele; Marsha Jasper-Brlgatta; Janet DeBoer-ClarajSueSchutte- Fraulein Rottenmeler; Joyce Vlsser-Tinette; FredWiegand Seppi; Bill Donkersloot-Mr. Seseman; Ed Aronson-Mr. Seseman; Ramona Macki-Madam Seseman; Fairies: Marcia Lenger, Cindy Weiss, Sandy Hinders, Mary Kalsbeek, Sherry Pannkuk; Flowers: Doris Mellema, Linda fleckering, Joyce Winterhof, Leanne Ypma. Among the area residents preparing for the mass mailing of Manpower Survey questionnaires next week Thursday are these four ladies, clockwise from left: Mrs. Joe Horn of Boyden, Margaret Buren, Boyden, Elian Van Roekel and Marilyn Finch of Hawarden. About 20 people were working Wednesday afternoon when this photo was taken — addressing envelopes and inserting letters and questionnaires. Volunteer men and women from every town in the county are handling the mailing. Drive for s 17,000 to cover new X-ray Plans for an area wide solicitation for funds for the hospital are progressing well according to GilllsHaverdink, Chairman of the Hospital Special Needs Committee. He stated that a total of $17,000 is needed to pay all bills In connection with the $91,000 X-ray modernization program recently completed. Members of the Hospital Auxiliary have volunteered to address letters on Friday, November 12th, which will be mailed In the area.requesting support for the project. "" " Orange City solicitors will meet Monday, November 15th at 7:00 a.m. at the Dutch Mill to discuss their assignments at a Kick-off Breakfast. When Mr. Haverdink was asked about the possibility of a successful drive he replied, "We are optomistlc. The publicity prior to the actual drive has already resulted in substantial contributions. We belelve there is great interest In our local health problems and the. public will generously support this drive." Co. Republicans to hear Miller [ictory Day" Fri. Four starters on last year's tremendous Red Raider basketball team are back to terrorize the opposition again this season. They are, left to right— Woudstra, Jim, center, 6'6", 205 pounds, 19, sophomore, from Orange City, Iowa played under Coach Rick VanderBerg at Unity Christian High School, great desire and hustle, quick for pivot position, set school rebounding record last year as a freshman played last years conference championship golf team and set school record in'the high jump at 6'7», majoring in physical education. Bouma, Glenn, guard, 6'0», 185 pounds, 19, sophomore from Orange City, Iowa played under Coach Rick VanderBerg at Unity Christian High School, left handed, good hustle, fine defensive player, member of the football squad, majoring In phy- Lars I. Granberg, fent of Northwestern proclaimed Friday, VICTORY DAY AT WESTERN. Troupes of stunned by the pro- Ion that there were no to be held, marched i campus. a day of celebration departments of the 1 said Don Jacobsen, Director. "North- i won four champlon- Bst year—golf, basket- ptball and soccer. This jethlng that just hasn't fed at Northwestern be- won one conference lonship in »64-'65 when pyskens (presently Jss Manager at North- P) was Athletic Direc- tor. Three conference championships and the soccer championship is worth celebrating." Cheerleaders organized activities for the afternoon. But Jacobsen said, "Basketball 'practice will be held as usual at 5:00 P.M." Andy Ypma, a junior from Worthington, Minn., said. "It's great. I wish we had celebrated on Tuesday. That's when all my classes are. Carol Roghair, who commutes from Alton, arrived on campus to find the proclamation In effect. "I'm happy that we won the conference. I thought we deserved to win. She had to come to work on the switchboard so her trip was'a necessity anyway. , Harry, guard -forward, 6'2", 175 pounds ".sophomore from Newkirk Iowa . played under Coach Jim Vermeer at Floyd Valley High School did excellent job as a freshman ... has potential to be a good college ball player . . . quick . . . good defensive player. . . majoring in mathematics. Aalbers, Dave, guard, played under Jim Vermeer great hustle and desire 5'l6", " 165 pounds, 20, junior, at Floyd Valley High School . . , , physical education major. from Alton, Iowa . . . good defensive player Nat'l Book Week Nov. 14 to 20 The Orange City Public Library will be observing National Book Week from Nov. 14-20. The national theme for this observance is READ-IN 1971. A display of new books and materials recently purchased will be featured along with a box for suggestions, criticism, or what-have-you, for better and improved ser- Mars man named new phone head • ———•* 1 Dreckman, Le Mars, been appointed to Local Manager In , B City for Central Tele- I Company and has as- ptilsdutlesasofNovem- l, He comes to the •- with a good tele- I background having sera line crew, as an In- r repairman, and aCen- ice Equipment Man. i recently he has com- five week course at 'c Electric Company Is also a Viet Nam n and is presently ser-" *e National Guard with g* <* Captain, He, his Dnni " and three daugh, 5, Julie 4, and ( .will be moving to _• Mty as soon as suit* •wising can be found, . n!\ ey ' Ma «ager of the « City Exchange tor I years nas been trans , ? to the District Office in and has assumed Management Assis* ' w November 1,1971, * ew O.C. Central manager David Dreckman vice to our patrons. The library staff would love to have you tell us what you would like in the way of books, periodicals, open hours and services In the future. A new bookmark showing how to properly care for books will be given to every child coming into the library during our National Book Week celebration. And don't forget, Sat. Nov. 20th will be our last story hour for the fall season. See you at the library! Local registrants listed by ISU Local students among the record 19,274 enrolled at Iowa State University this fall include the following: Orange City; Paul Bierma, Janice Brink, Renlta Bushmer, Judy De Beer, Tim De Haan, Scott Eldrldge, Lauren Kaemingk, Dave Kamerman, Jefff Klop- fensteln, Kathleen Koerselman, David Koolker, Kathy Mouw, Peggy , Mouw, Lynne Peuse, David Price, Arlln Schalekamp, Nolan Schlebout, Vicky Vanden Berg, Gayle Vander Wilt, Alan Vander Zwaag, Harlan Vande Zands- chulp, Nancy Ver Steeg, Sue Verdoorn, Darren Vermeer, and Drew Vogel. Alton students, Jane Haster, Donald Herrtg, Robert Kroon, Lucia Lincoln, James Streff, Robert Top, Harlan Van Wyk, Clare Von Arb, Dennis Von Arb and Lynn Z wager man, Maurice, Carol Toenjes, Krlstl Holtdorf, Mark Jans ma, of God Church There will be special services at the Orange City Assembly of God Church through this week. The "Living Wprd Singers" from Indiana will sing, play, and preach Wednesday through Friday at 7:30 P.M. These services are designed especially for youth and adults. Saturday evening at 7:30, a film will be shown "Signs Aloft", Also an outreach team from North Central Bible College will be ministering Saturday evening, Sunday at 9; 30, Sunday School and at 10:30. This team of consecrated young people will minister In song and preaching, A special service on Sunday evening at 7:80, Everyone is 1 welcome,! M-OC Y-Teens to have pot luck supper Nov, 17 The M-OC Y-Teens will be having a Mother-Daughter Pot luck supper on Wed,, Nov, 17 at 5:30 P.M, in the high school lunch room. Please bring one hot or cold dish, table service, and your World Fellowship ottering. Mr, Norm Baste* meyer will be the special speaker. Ruth Brouwer Lewis, Terry Maassen, Barbara Mullenburg, Ruth Van Roekel and Kenneth Vande Brake, Sioux County's Republican event-of-the-year will beheld at the Dordt College (Sioux Center) Gym-Auditorium on Monday evening, December 6, 1971, as announced this week by Merlyn Render of Hawarden, Chairman of the Sioux County Republican Central Committee. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a fund-raising dinner followed by a public meeting at 8 p.m. which will feature an important "Washington Report" by United States Senator Jack Miller. Tickets for the dinner are $5.00 and there is no charge for the public meeting. The public is cordially invited to the din- Markets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator In Orange City, la.) Corn LOO Oats 66 Soybeans 2.94 Top Hogs 19.00 Top Sows 17.00 ner and the public meeting. Local ticket sales will be announced next week. chairmen. Area chairmen for the project include Dennis DeWild, Hull; Ray Schreur, Alton; Arnold Muehl, Granvllle; Jim Vlieger, Maurice; Thomas A. Lefever, Sioux Center; Darrell Rensink, Sioux Center; Bill Rush, Hawarden; Bernie Schiefen, Hawarden; Donald Nielsen, Hawarden; Bruce Anderson, Boyden; Paul Van Engelenhoven, Orange City; Freeman Faber, Ireton; Harold Van Weltering, Hospers; and Bill Van Maanen, Rock Valley. The Community Development Section of the Iowa Employment Security Commission has been asked to assist the survey committee in the statistical tabulation of the study. The survey is being paid for with federal funds available to Sioux County under the Smaller Commities Program of the U.S. Department of Labor. Manpower Study packets will be mailed to approximately 10,000 households in Sioux County on Nov. 18. Each packet will contain three ques- tionaires, and everyone in the county who is 16 years of age or over is urged to complete and return a question- aire. A postage paid, .self- addressed envelope is provided. The information contained on the questlonalres Is of a confidential nature and will will screened only by personnel from the Iowa Employment Security Commission. "We want everyone in the county and surrounding areas to complete and return a ques- tlonaire," DeHaan says. "It doesn't make any difference whether .you are employed or •unemployed, we need your manpower facts to provide the information buinesses and Industries want when they look at or think about locating In our area." Open house at NIVS Northwest Iowa Vocational School, Sheldon, will hold OPEN HOUSE from one to five o'clock on Saturday and Sunday, November 20 and 21. The public Is invited to visit the two new buildings on campus which house the Construction Trades, Business, and Agriculture programs. Instructors and students will be on hand In the classrooms and laboritories to explain operations and answer questions. Refreshments will be served. The people of northwest Iowa are urged to attend. Senator Jack Miller Senior Citizens to meet Mon., Nov. 15 A Senior Citizens meeting will be held at the Pioneer Home on Monday, Nov. 15, at 2:00 p.m. If a ride is needed call 2607. SPECIAL NOTICES The Sioux County Association for the Mentally Retarded will meet Monday nightat8;00 in.the basement of the City Hall, Sioux Center. There will be election of officers along with other business. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served. O.C. council OK's bid for fire truck The city council, at Its regular meeting Nov. 4, accepted General Safety Equipment Corporation's bid of $23,237 for a new fire truck and a pump for the truck capable of pumping 1000 gallons ofwater per minute. > Purchase of the equipment, necessary in order that Orange City maintain its rating classification of "6," was made practical by the passage of the bond issue for. construction of a new fire station capable of housing cur•rent equipment and the new pumper truck. Construction is underway at 2nd St. and Albany Ave. SE. Other action taken at the meeting Included authorization of the removal of nine stumps from Windmill Square Park by Kenneth Kollenbach at $5 each. Ordinance 562 was adopted. It provides for the operation of snow mobiles upon certain streets and highways in Orange City. The above General chased for Orange City, fire truck Is very similar to the Super Chief being pur-

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