The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 1
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December 16, 1971

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

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iv;v t.: '::•..-.•. i' . :'ic -ic.'•.:.' 37th Year - No. 3 ORANGE CITY, IOWA December 16, 1971 «„, m thinks the frosttng used on the Christmas Hprorated by the Cub Scouts was "licking good." is" the four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lelkema. Kel Korver id NW field name* De Valois Field tofeu e, B Jeff S?l«SS.S,k%ito Grossman and Hick Mullenburg. tiers are Mrs. Art Hielkema and Mrs. Don Guthmlller. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of Northwestern College has voted to name the Athletic Field on the Northwestern Compus, De Valois Field, in honor of former Northwestern Trustee, Reuben De Valois of Orange City. Mr. De Valois, who retired from the Northwestern Board of Trustees three years ago, served Northwestern College as a member of the executive committee of the board for 25 years. This is one of the longest trusteeships In college history. He was chairman of the property committee during the period of greatest expansion of land and build- Ings and has been a generous supporter of Northwestern for I many years. Rev. E. Van En- gelenhoven, special assistant to the president for deferred giving, recently announced that Mr. De Valois has now presented Northwestern with a piece of farm property valued at $40,000 which Is located 7 miles from Holland, Mich. Born in 1899 at Boyden, Iowa, Mr. De Valois graduated from the Boyden public school when there were only 10 grades. He then finished his high school education at^ Central Academy- in PeU?.,- lowa. He taught In the country school near Boyden for three years, farmed for twenty years and when his health prevented him from continuing to farm, he moved to Sheldon and then to Orange City. Both of Mr. De Valois'sons, Roger, of Clinton, Iowa, and Galen, of Jefferson, Iowa, graduated from Northwestern. "At that time Northwestern was at its lowest ebb," said Mr. De Valois. The junior college had about 125 students. I decided I was going to do everything in my power to make Northwestern an outstanding Christian school." When Mr. De Valois began as a member of the board of trustees, he said, "Only Zwemer Hall, (now the administration building) • and Science Hall were on the campus. Heemstra (a boy's dorm) was in the process of being built. Northwestern has built or acquired nine structures since that time including a new learning center - Van Peur- sem Hall, Ramaker Library, Auditorium, dormitories, Playhouse, and Bushmer Art Center. Dr. Lars I. Granberg, President of Northwestern said, "Mr. De Valqis was Chairman of the Property Committee when Northwestern experienced its most expansive building program. He has been very generous to Northwestern. Here Is a person who has given Northwestern his time and his talent through the years. I'm very pleased to have our Athletic Field named De Valois Field in his honor.", t£ ''About the only thing that *riii5 older generation can do for the younger is to give them a Christian education and a Christian home. I don't have statistics to prove this, but wherever you go there are Christian businessmen, teachers, welfare workers, ministers .... you name it... who have graduated from Northwestern. Northwestern students do well," Mr. De Valois added. Little All-Amerlcan first team member Kelvin Korver Seven girls named to 1972 Festival court " Mr - d Mrs. Darrel Malenke ot Alton. Seven girls were chosen last Monday by popular vote to serve on the 1972 Tulip Festival Court for the annual celebration In Orange City. A slate of 14 nominees were listed on the public ballot and from the group the seven girls were named. A beauty pageant Is scheduled for the evening of February 8, 1972 at the Municipal Auditorium featuring this court who will compete with each other in the selection of the 1972 Tulip la. St. Ed. Assoc. honors Henry Boone Reuben De Valois, (left) elves Dr. Lars I. President of Northwestern, the deed to a piece of farm proSrty 7 miles from Holland, Minn., which Is valued at $4 M'r°. 0 °De Valois received an annuity in exchange. County Manpower Study nears its minimum goal Bob Riechoff being presented on l*****^ flights" in Windmill square » Ught two strands of 40 lights^each on.the Tre<^ L g ^ ^ < Wednesday iontrtbuted by members of M-OC's f xh .^chamber's''light a light for the hos- P raise $40 to light a strand of lights Inhe ChamWJM new x-ray. Most o ?ltal» drive that Is raising money to pay the f a ^ nsceelvaeUs .. CO ming up $3.00 short of money was contributed by the chl dm <^ m /™ lnto U s class party rund to 80 on Friday, each of the three sections vow ft twice the original obtecttve Rlec khoff gave the class $5,00 (which added to ..Secretary of the hospital board Hiecmwnjs , the class-having "pas$80) and was promptly named an honorary-« r the necessary tests," commented ^ ^^Sglng walk from schooltthe I The children were accompanied on their '™™ d m Boote. The carolers Fee by their teachers Jean Boone, Darlenc Van Maanen p , ntendant ere directed by Ann Wtnegar. the home of M-OC's superlntendant After presenting their gift they went a on to *.£ ^ ^^ u at home , re Frank Hulsart where they s^g Christmas c^ „ peratlng from a heart attack suffered several The Sioux County Manpower Study Is nearlng Its minimum goal of 6,500 returned ques- tlonalres, and deter mined effort this week could push It over the top, according to county chairman of the study . Stan DeHaan of Orange City, • "We are Just a few hundred questionaires short of having our minimum goal of 6,500, set by the Iowa Employment Security Commission as the basis for a good study in this county," DeHaan says, "I urge everyone In tne county, 16 years of age and over, employed or unemployed, who has not already done so to complete and return a manpower questlonalre. With a little extra effort, we could come up with a topnotch study which would show businesses and industries looking at our county that we are vitally Interested In new gWh here," PeHaan says. Anyone who has mlsplacec the questlonalre sent to there In the mail, or who didno receive any can obtain then, at banks and other financial institutions throughout Slow County, and at the Sioux Cow* tv treasurer's office, The results of the survey •tfffl be used by local development groups to attract new business and Industry to Sioux County, and provide more and better jobs for local residents. All information contained on the manpower questlonalre Is confidential, and will be handled only by personnel from the Iowa Employment Security Commission, DeHaan says. NW art department annual exhibit on The Northwestern College Art Department is featuring Its annual student Drawing and Design exhibit in Science Hall Gallery, Nov, 29 * Dec, 18, The exhibit »s open to the public Monday-Friday from 10:30 A,M,-6;00 P.M, Representative classwort completed recently In the de» partroent's Pr*\rtng W iw» Prawjng 108 and Basic Design 113 we displayed. These courses are considered the foundation for further development in art, Drawing 101 & 102 are taught by Associate Professor John Kaertcher Wd Assistant professor Bob Rorex teaches Basic Peslgn 113, A life membership In the Iowa State Education Association (ISEA) has been awarded to Mr. Henry A. Boone. The announcement was made today by the ISEA headquarters office. Mr'. Boone, 617 7th Street SW, RR 1, Orange City, Iowa was superintendent In Woodbine, Iowa schools from 1942 until his retirement in 1971. Prior to that, Mr. Boone was superintendent Inseverallowa communities and Nebraska. The life membership certificate entitles an educator to regular membership privileges in the ISEA without further payment of dues, and includes free subscriptions to official ISEA publications. It Is based on at least 20 years of active ISEA' membership and the meeting of other requirements set by the ISEA Executive Board, Queen. A panel of judges plus assistance by voting from the audience will determine which of the seven will head the court. Those selected In Monday's balloting are, from Northwestern College, Rita De Boer and Diane Vander Stoep; from Unity High, Barb Te Brink and Karla Visser; from MOC, Lynne Lenderlnk and Karen Meyllnk; and from the Chamber Nancy Slebersma. MARKETS (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmer Co-op Elevator at Orange City, la.) Oats -TO Corn 1.W Beans 2.95 Top Hogs 20.50 Kelvin Korver, Northwestern College's 6»7"260-pound defensive end, has been named to the first team on the Associated Press Little All- America football team. The first team consists of 18 seniors and four juniors. Korver was one of the key performers for the Red Raiders during their drive this .'all for the Tri-State Conference championship. Dave Blgler, Mornlngslde College's star running back, was named to the second team. Bill Aspren, also of Morningside, earned honorable mention as an end. Korver, first Trl-State Conference player to be named to the Little Ail-American first team, was selected earlier to play In the annual North-South post season Shrine game. Pro team scouts have been showing interest in Korver all fall. Among the top reasons are his size and speed. He played both offense and defense this fall. In high school he special* Ized In the shot put and discus—and at one time held the national high school record in the discus. He played no football. After attending Texas A &M his freshman year he transferred to Northwestern. His uncle, Bub Korver, football coach at Northwestern, talked him Into going out for football. Coach Bub Korver has the further distinction of having coached two others named All- Americans this year. He coached both at Luverne, Minn, high school. Mike Olson, linebacker for Augustana College and Tom Delbert, running back for Gustavus Adolphus were named to the honorable mention team. Delbert Is only a junior. SPECIAL NOTICE The post office service window In Orange City will be open on Saturday s, f Dec 11 and 18 from 8:30-12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Alumni Board plans supper and reunion Looking for excitement during the Christmas holidays? Why not plan to attend a couple of Northwestern's basketball games. On Wednesday, Dec. 29, at 7:30 P.M. the Northwestern Red Raiders play Central College in Pella. The Northwestern Alumni Board is planning a get-together of alumni and friends for this Central game. A supper and reunion are scheduled at 5:00 P.M. in the Third Reformed Church In Pella. Rev. Kenneth Dykstra (JC '42) is pastor and has graciously offered the use of his church. Supper will be served. The church Is located at 603 Main Street In Pella on the way to Central's Campus. Ron Schlpper, Central's Athletic Director, has assured (Continued on page 2) The Christmas Carol Sing on Thursday, Dec. 16 at 8:30 p.m. is for EVERYBODY—rural residents, people from area towns-pi ease join us at the "Tree of Lights" in Windmill Square in Orange City. #^J!«JB«^^ fl dSSS was given fey the Hospital Auxiliary 1

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