The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 9, 1971 · Page 5
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December 9, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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Spalding Spotlight Sehool December 9, 1971 A Iton-Granvi I le-Hospers Ming's Golden Harvest Dear Goldon Harvester, It gives me groat pleasure to thank you for your generous support of our Spalding Golden Harvest project. We appreciate your interest in your school. We hope that your sacrifice will be rewarded both by the students and by all we serve. You will be glad to know that the Golden Harvest realized $2,386.27; and there are still about 400 bushels of corn yet to be shelled. Roughly, the contributions paralleled the parish support for Spalding: i.e. 52% St. Joseph; 36% St. Marys; 12% St. Anthony. The money will be used to pay for the school car ($1, 400.00). The car will be sold In May for this amount, so the car is really costing-us nothing. We will also use the money In our general fund in an effort to keep the Parish costs well within the proposed budget. Mr, Kommes and I will determine how much'mo- ney will go to the Athletic Department, but we expect good crowds at our seven home games, so we hope to keep this sum to a minimum. Please accept with our congratulations and thanks the FAMILY PASS to all home Basketball games. We will Instruct our ticket-takers to admit all members of you: family when your pass ispre- The four starters from last year's varsity are Dave Klein (upper left), Glenn List (middle), Steve Plathe (upper right), and Wayne Horkey (right). Season grows ^, VARSITY An 84-76 victory over Breda St Bernard's was won Friday night Dec. 3 at Breda. Spaldlng's high point man was Jerry Langel with 18 points. Steve Plathe made 12, Wayne Horkey 12, Dave Klein 8, Jim Schuver 4. Spalding's sented. May God bless you for your help! Sincerely yours In Christ, Father Merle Kollasch, Principal offens? and defense were good. With this game Spalding rated 3-1. JUNIOR VARSITY The junior Varsity really smacked Breda St. Bernard Friday night, Dec. 3 at Breda. Spalding's top man was Pat Beck with 20 points. Steve Kellen had 11, Mark Even 8, Dean List and Gregg Degen 5, Bob Hansen 4, Rod Pottebaum 3, MarkMels.Dale Hansen, Bill Even, and Randy Hansen 2. Frosh take Little Rock Three ten-point players a- galnst Little Rock's one made the difference In the freshman basketball game Monday night at Spalding. The score was 47-36. Spaldlng's top men were Dick Klnney, Gary Hansen, & Matt Even. Little Rock's was Kause. Asked about the strong points of the game, Gary Hansen said, "We made three important plays work well." And then he added, "The rebounds and the control of the ball were also good." He was disappointed in the missed free throws. All the suited-up men had a chance to play. Besides the 10 pointers, RussHerrig grabbed six points, PaulHoman 4, Junior Graff 4, Tom Roder 1, and Mike Shea 2. The cheerleaders were Pam Zenk, Dona Delperdang, Jeanie Heylng, Donna Niichel and Ann Konz. The coach is Mr. Orval Blever. j>< K"«i»j»%,«, ^f> f frf** i j t «•"'-' &** m This is the shelling of Spaldlng's corn at Vosberg field. Upper left are Father Eugene Ceperly and Father Merle Kollasch. Below left and right are Father Kollasch and Lavern Pottebaum. This corn was donated to defray some of the expenses of Spalding. (Pictures by Gordon Schneider) Varsity takes top trophy Spalding varsity debaters took top spot in the Sutherland Invitational Tournament Saturday, December 4, at Sutherland. Competing in the experienced or varsity division, affirmatives Tim Shea and Bill Schumacher defeated Cherokee Washington. Negatives Sharon Youngers and Joyce Ney defeated Paullina and Cherokee and lost one round to Estherville. With a 5-1 win-loss record and 286 speaker points the Spalding team was awarded the top.trophy. Second spot went to Cherokee Washington. ,. Named best speakers in the tournament \ were Tim Shea with 82 speaker points out of a possible 90 points and Bill Schumacher with 79 points. They were awarded certificates for superior debating ability. Spaldlng's novice team comprising affirmatives Dave Homan and Paul Penning won one round and dropped two. Negatives were Bill Even and Russell Herrig tallied the same score. Members of Faith Lutheran Church brought a box of fruit for the residents which they enjoy very much. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend were Mr. and Mrs Roger Droog and family and ' Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesselink and family. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Ray Van Pelt home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Pelt and Michelle and Ron Van Pelt and Mary Friemuth -from Sioux City. Mrs. Enno Wielenga and girls left last Sunday for their home in Santa Maria, California after spending some time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wielenga. Mrs Myra Vander Broek from Mrs Maurice called on Mrs Jea- Allyson nette Van Stryland on Monday evening. Don Hakeman and from Sanborn were on Monday in the Mrs. Al Van Oort. NEWS ******* firs. H. K. De Jong' visit- on Friday afternoon were Ike Van Klompenburg I Mrs. Cornie Blom. oug Houlton of Ireton call- i Mr. Fred Vander Hamm |Sunday. rtr. Case Den Hoed and ;ee Students of Northwest- College had charge of the |vtce on Sunday afternoon. ss Crystal Klepplnger was Plst, tor. Ron Swidor of New isey, Mr. Alvin Eildert of |rkensburg and Miss Kathy of Buffalo Center, all sited with Miss Ann Van al, Miss Alice Blom, and . Jim Schuller, 1r, Lloyd Van Peursem of "t, Oregon visited his her, Mr. Martin Van Peur- Im on Saturday and on Mon- |Vlsitors of Mrs. Heemstra the week were Mrs. Al- Reinders, Mrs, Peter nthuis and Mr, and Mrs, pry Da Jong. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krogman and three children and Mrs. Molly Hanson of Alton visited Mrs. Mary Hentges on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ver Hoef of Sioux Center visited Mrs. Albert Slothouber on Wednesday. Mrs. Frances Tolsma of Sioux City visited her Aunt, Miss Ann De Lint, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Muilenburg and three children, Mrs. Helen Muilenburg and Mrs. Henry Muilenburg of Melvin were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Dan De Vries of Maurice visited Pete Zwar and also took over a box of cookies. day evening. Coffee guests on Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Van Iperen were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vander Griend, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bylsma from Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Hofmeyerand Mr. and Mrs.LarryHoeks.tra. All of the children and grandchildren were P resent f the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Van Gelder on Sunday evening to honor the couple, as both were celebrating their birthdays, insurance will protect them Don Van Der Weide, C.L.U, 737-4500 or 737-2309 onuigpCKy *Ne17?Qrk Life Insurance Company Wfe Insurance - Group InM*"*"*', HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service I Center No service center this month. tfe&w HEARING AID CENTER . Donald. E,Hottroan S21 Grand Ave, Spencer, Iowa. Phone 262-.1766 The 5a.m. House Call There are some nights your IPS man doesn't finish up until the sky is getting light. . . t . . Bccnuse there are some things that can't wait till the next day. Heating your home, for instance. You see, it takes all kinds of complicated equipment and hundreds of miles of pipeline to sustain the flow of natural gas. And it all has to work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year. THE SERVICE We have to supply you with heat when the temperature gets down to 20 below And provide the fuel for your range, water heater or clothes dryer all through | the year ) , That's why sometimes—if you're an | early bird—you'll see our orange and j white trucks and dedicated IPS servicemen just getting in about] the time the rest of the world is getting up- We'll'do any ^ thing for your comfort. PEOPLb We would like to announce our NEW JOLLY JOHN'S Hot/May Restaurant 3101 Highway 75 North Sioux City, Iowa Open 24 hours a day Large beautiful party room available We have for your eating enjoyment a large choice of DINNERS-SANDWICHES HOMEMADE SOUP & CHILI HOMEMADE PIES We also feature our famous JOLLY JOHN SANDWICH (Roast Beef on a French Roll served with either French Fries or Potato Salad, , , ) for only '1°° THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 9, 1971—5

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