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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1971
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Capita/ MOC bombs George liders lose 1st of 5 Stern' suffered Us in five games s t 93-78 to South ate at Brookings Monday night. The Jackrabblts were held to a 43-43 halftlme knot and It remained close until John itate Conference ikord W 2 2 4 1 3 5 L 3 1 0 6 3 3 ST WEEK Bemidjl 75 j&5 Southern 77 alt. Wes. 77 Briar Cliff 68 74 Mount Marty 70 oane 62 Jamestown 93 1108 Dordt 68 76 Kearney 98 68 Jamestown 82 Northern 105 |79 Simpson 91 [Is 65 Dak. Wes. 72 lie! WEEK at S. Dak. State fcordia at Dr. Martin Falls at No. State rton home Mt. Marty |tmar home D. Wes. Falls at Dordt ll home Grace |T Augustana W-State Conference ut even against non- opponents for the ek as they won six I lost seven to bring ion record to 17 wins Bosses so far this ek with most of the jreparing for the va- •eak there are only conference games to jestern moved their 1 to 4-0 last week i over Dakota Wes- 77 on Tuesday night i Friday night beat fellege 76-62. Gregg fleading the Raiders ; with 103 points in [.for a 25.7 average I a 30 point perfor- plnst Doane. •picked up two wins ilng on Saturday night ; them 3-3 for the |0n Tuesday they ose battle with Briar : winning the game Friday before a wd that included Iowa :h League 'ball Governor Ray they had a 40 point win over Dordt 108-68 with seven players in double figures and all 12 In the scoring column. On Saturday they traveled to Indianola, Iowa, and played Simpson College. The game was tied at 60 all before Simpson pulled away and won 91-79. Yankton split a pair of games last week as they beat Southern 85-77 on Tuesday night and then lost 105-90 to Northern at Aberdeen. Yankton trailed in the game on Saturday 50-30 at halftime. The Greyhound got balanced scoring from three players Saturday ad Tom Bridgewater had 25, Steve Becker 23, and Raid Taylor 23. Jamestown traveled to St. Paul and beat Bethel on Friday night 93-75 and Concordia Saturday night 82-68. On Monday night Bethel also lost to Bemidjl State by four points 75-71, and Concordia won by the same margin, four points over Mount Marty on Friday night 74-70. In the game on Friday night the score was tied at 66 all in the last few minutes of the game before Concordia took the lead for good. Sioux Falls saw their season record drop to 1-6 as they lost two games last week. On Friday they lost to Kearney 98-76 and on Saturday they again lost by a 72-65 score to Dakota Wesleyan. Against Kearney the Braves could not match the hot shooting of Kearney that hit 48.6% from the field for the game and 60% the second half. On Saturday Dakota Wesleyan opened up a 32-23 lead with 2:30 to go in the first half when Sioux Falls •closed the score to 35-34'at the 'half. In the second half Sioux Falls took a seven point lead before Dakota Wesleyan caught up and took the lead at 47-46, with 12:00 left in the game. Then leading 62-55 with 4:47 left Dakota Wesleyan went into a ball control game and caused Sioux Falls to foul trying to get the ball, and get back into the game. Each team scored 10 points the rest of the game. Volleyball teams play Briar Cliff, Yankton, Westmar Janssen sparked a surge with under six minutes left. State led 73-72 with 6:28 on the clock when Janssen went to work. First the Jack pivotman made four free throws and then added a basket from the side with 3:33 on the clock. That spurt shoved SDSU up 82-76 and the hosts outscored Northwestern 11-1 the rest of the way. South Dakota State hit 31 of 68 baskets for 45.6 per cent compared to Northwestern's 28 of 69 for 40.6 per cent. The Jacks also took the rebound battle 53-47. Jim Woudstra was a hero in defeat for the losers with 35 points and 15 rebounds. Dave Thomas and Lee Colburn each netted 22 points for the Jackrabblts and Thomas picked off 13 rebounds as well. South Dakota State Is now 3-2 for the season. By Phil Reinders The M-OC Dutchmen took control In the second half to post a first round Slouxland Conference Tournament victory Monday over George by a score of 63-49. The low scoring affair started slow with the first quarter ending with the Dutchmen up 10-0. The score at half time was changed very little as the Dutchmen led 28-24. The Dutchmen pulled away in the third quarter behind the scoring of Todd Surber and Scott ^"toP. to l« a d 42 to The Dutchmen pulled away even further to post the final score — M-OC 63, George 49, Tom Van Rooyan and Scott Dunlop led the Dutchmen with 16 points apiece, while Alan Klassen led George with 17, Scoring S. Dunlop B. Van Rooyan J. Kllnghagen T. Van Rooyan T. Surber D. Zeutenhorst M. Vellinga M, Verdoorn D. DeKoter D. Hulsart FG FT 2/5 1/4 0/0 4/5 1/1 0/1 3/4 0/1 0/0 0/0 PF 2 2 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 T-Btrds win 6th In row, down C. Lyon The Thunderblrds of Floyd Valley hauled in their sixth consecutive win as they caged the Lion's of Central Lyon 78 to 39. Floyd Valley started off the game with a number of quick easy baskets which put them NW (78) Bosch Kempers Woudstra Aalbers Estes Vander Pol Townsend Vermeer FG 6 1 13 1 4 2 1 0 Ranters bow to M-OC JV's 69-47 By Jay Dorschner Paullina only managed 17 points to the Dutchmen's 39 in the second half as the score ended 69-47 in favor of M-OC. Doug De Haan led the scoring with 27 points; Jeff Van Rooyan followed with 16 and Randy Lubbers and Tim Vellinga each sacked 8 points. Brad Roos had 2 to round out the starting five, while Jim Siebersma contributed 6 and Rod De Jong 2. Scott Slmme- link, Gerry Bomgaars and Mike Cohen round out the roster. Sioux Center pool holiday schedule Public ' Group Dec. 23 2-10 Dec. 24 2-6 6-10 Dec. 25 2-10 Dec. 27 2-10 Dec. 28 2-5 5-10 Dec. 29 2-10 Dec. 30 2-10 Dec. 31 2-6 6-10 Jan. 1 2-10 * Regularly scheduled 6 to 10 public ** Regularly scheduled 10 to 10 closed 10 to 2. Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Monday League Standings as of December 13, 1971. Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 84 2-N. Y. Life Insurance 80 3-John's Upholstering 80 4-Well's Blue Bunny 72 5-Siouxland Harvestore 64 6-Hulsman Gravel 60 7-O.C. Builders 54 8-Alton Premium Feed 50 9-Punt-Cambier 50 10-Ron's Deep Rock 46 High Series-Alden Mennlng- 543. High Games-Dennis Vander Vegte-209j Conley Katje-207; Terry Meekma-207; Larry Bloemendaal-205; Corky Eshuis-202. Tuesday League Standings as of December 14, 1971. . Wins 1-Coast to Coast 8'. 2-MoorMans 80 • 3-Sioux Abstract 76 4-Al's Floor Covering 74 5-Bowling Alley 74 6-Woudstra Market 72 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 62 8-N. W. State Bank 42 9-Mouw's Super Valu 42 10-O.C. Appliance 34 High Serles-NelsMullenburg- 562. High Games-Frank Katje-219; Al De Haan-214; Arie Jasper- 210; Nels Muilenburg-203209; Dave Van Peursem-200. In a lead that was never contested. Some of these baskets were entered under Marv Schipper's name who poured in a total of 25 points. Following Mm were Doug Becker and Mark Van Roekel with 16 and 11 respectively. These T-Blrds accounted for two- thirds of the baskets for Floyd Valley. Proving that the Lions' growl was worse than their bite, the T-Blrds held Central Lyon's high point man, Dave Foltz, to only '8 points. Though the T-Blrds recorded their worst night from the floor they still burned the buckets at a 48 per cent clip and out-scored their opponents by a ratio of 2 to 1. This game started off with Floyd Valley in a comfortable lead of 17 to 8 at the first quarter and 40 to 20 at the half. This half time score was driven to 57 to 32 in the third quarter and finally 78 to 39 with the T-Birds constantly in the lead. The preliminary game was won by Floyd Valley 67-57 In which Chuck Huygens connecting with 22. This game also favored Floyd Valley as their J.V. team out rebounded Central Lyon's J.V. 42 to 17. FM FTM TP Schlpper Becker V. Roekel Rensink Northwestern Red Raider Wrestling Team Include front row (left to right) Jerry Brown, Ken Krieg, Dave FJare; center row (left to right) Mark Stadtlander, Bill Grant, John vandeWeerd, Jim Bonnichsen, Herm Schweers, Dan Gray; back row (left to right) Dan Moser, Rick Keith, Dennis Dykstra, Dave Suter, Larry Meendering and Dale Me Donough. HW won 3rd, $th fast week M. D-. M. K. P. Moss Katt Karssen De Jong D. D. 8 5 3 2 3 3 0 0 '9 6 5 5 3 0 2 0 Kroese iker |tnan tedders rg JProfs {Christian IGelder elenga is Qllanee W L 18 3 18 3 18 3 17 4 16 5 14 7 11 10 10 8 8 13 14 14 14 14 14 The Northwestern Women's Volleyball A & B teams took on Briar Cliff on Dec. 7. The B team defeated Briar Cliff in the first game 15-9. Ann De Graaf led NW with six points. In a thrilling second game Northwestern, led by Byrla Rensink's eight points. won 15-12. The final game for the B team gave them a season record of 2-2. Briar Cliff shut out Northwestern's A team 15-0 and 158. In the first game against Yankton on Dec. 9, a balanced Cindy Fliss's nine points led the way for Northwestern's A team to take the second game also with a winning score of 15-10. Mrs. Bruce Murphy served as referee and Miss Shayla Pingel, umpire. Miss Corrine Sonneveldt was official scorer. On Dec. 11, Northwestern's volleyball team went to a round robin tournament at Le Mars with Westmar, Briar Cliff. Mount Marty, Dordt and Northwestern. Northwestern lost all four Thursday League Standings as of December 9, 1971. Wins M-OC sophs dump LeMars Gehlen By Jay Dorschner The M-OC sophomore team overwhelmed Le Mars Gehlen 62 to 40 In the first victory of the prosperous weekend. Doug De Haan and Jeff Van Rooyan led the game's scoring attacks with scores of 21 and 15. Mike Kluemper totaled 14 points for the Blue Jays. Randy Lubbers chalked up 9 points and Brad Roos 7, and Timmy Vellinga 2 points to round ouj the Dutchmen start- The Northwestern basketball team increased its record to four wins without a loss as they defeated two opponents last week. On Dec. 7, the Raiders traveled to Mitchell, South Dakota and beat a good Dakota Weslyan team 84-77. NW started slow but soon gained a lead that they held for the entire game. The Raiders had a 3 -11 point lead throughout the game and played only well enough to win. Leading the Raiders were Gregg Bosch with 23 points and 16 Abounds and Jim Woudstra 19 points and 10 rebounds. Coming off the bench, Jim Townsend played excellent ball as he scored 13 points and played good defense. Tom Estes hit 10 points. The Raiders only managed 40% of their field shots. Dakota Weslyan hit 32 of 83 for 38%. In rebounding NW had a 51-48 edge. The Raiders won the game at the free throw line as NW hit 20 of 30 compared to 13 of 16 for Weslyan. On Friday Dec. 10, Northwestern faced Doane College. Against Doane the Raiders probably faced their tallest opponents of the year as Doane had seven foot Bernard Brown and six-foot nine inch Rog Douglas in their line-up. At the start of the game the Raiders' fast break and running offense was working. Northwestern raced to a 35-17 lead behind the shooting of Gregg Bosch and Jim Woudstra. However this lead did not last as Doane shut off the Raider offense using a zone defense. With Douglas and Brown shooting well Doane cut the Raider lead to 42-40 at half time. In the second half, NW extended their lead against Doane's zone defense by slowing down the play and waiting for a good shot. In one stretch Northwestern had the ball for 3 minutes without shooting before Rog Kempers hit a free throw. Doane was then forced to go to a man for man defense which could not stop the Raiders. The final margin was 76-62 In favor of Northwestern. The Raiders'leading scorer was Bosch with 30 points. He raised his per-game average to 25.6. Woudstra with 19, Estes with 11, Kempers with 9 and Aalbers with 7 rounded out the Raider scoring. For the night, NW hit 32 of 62 shots for 52% compared to 25 of 56 for 45% for Doane. In the second half the Raiders shot an incredible 70% while Doane hit 36%. A big difference in the game came in the re- oounding department with Northwestern grabbing 40 rebounds compared to 29 for Doane. Bosch and Woudstra had 15 and 14 rebounds for the Raiders. In the JV game the junior Raiders defeated Mornlngslde by a score of 94-77. The junior varsity is coached by John Larson and have won their first three games. The Women's Missionary Prayer Fellowship of the Dover Avenue Alliance Church held their annual Christmas Party on Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. Hans Cor- nelder was special speaker talking on her experiences In Poland where she spent last Christmas. NfflKE The courthouse will be closed on Friday, December 24, in observance of Christmas Day, and ort Friday, December 31, for inventory and to observe New Year's Day. 1-Russell's Ready Mix 2-Vogel Paint & Wax 3-Orange Motors 4-R & R Performance 5-Silent Sioux 6-Kreykes True Value 78 76 60 58 54 34 High Series and High Game: Dennis Korthals-518-219. Orange City Women's League Dec. 8, 1971. W T Bowling Alley 3 41 Woudstra 3 39 Super Valu 7-Up Kraal NW Bank Haarsma Bros. De Vrles Interiors K-Products Vogel Koscot Van Gelder Wells Hubers-VE-D High Game-Veralyn Plender- 191 High Series-Jackie Punt-460 38 34 32 31 30 28 2 27 3 25 1 21 1 21 1 15 1 14 'Ing team. Jim Siebersma, Rod De Jong, and Scott Simllink also tossed in scores for the team. At the half the Dyke team led 26 to 15 and remained on top through out the game. Though penalties totaled 23, they didn't prove to be a factor. Will your life Insurance program do all you want it to do? I'll be glad to review your present program. No obligation. See Don Van Der Welde. C.L.U. Phone 787-4500 or 737-2309 Orange City New York Life Insurance Company Life Insurance - Group Insurance - Annuities Health Insurance - Pension Plans 3 18 V J.O OCl V1I15 «vn»w*» *ww v..- -- „ Grotenhuis 120 'a 15-6 Northwestern victory, nament taur ice-Orange City H.S 9! DUTCHMEN vs lull Western Dec. 18 |me at 7:30 p. m. Jr, Varsity at 6:30 Adults $1.00 Students 500 .Graded under FR? E . „ accompanied by paid adult High School To All Dog Owners A Law for the Control and Prevention of Rabies Our State Legislature enacted a law that required every owner of a dog to obtain a rabies vaccination for such animal. It shall be unlawful for any person to own or have a dog in his possession, six (6) months of age or over, which has not been vaccinated against rabies. To obtain a County dog license, a Certificate signed and furnished by a licensed Veterinarian must be shown to the County Field Assessor before payment can be accepted, and the Certificate shall show that the vaccination does not expire within six (6) months from the effective date of the dog license. The Iowa Department of Agriculture will accept only the approved rabies vaccine, All rabies vaccinations done before 1969 were good for a two year period but all those done in 1969 and after are good for a three year period. Your cooperation in having this done before the Field Assessor comes would be a great helo Be sure to receive the signed Certm* catefrom the Veterinarian so the Field Assessor can copy this information on the application which Is required by law, The license fee Is as follows; Male_or Spayed Female, $1,00; and Female, $3.00, This Ispayable to the Field Assessor, After May 1st, by law, » penalty of $1,00 applltf, If this is UW « constitutes a lien against your property, M f J, VM Wyk, Sioux County Auditor PUBLIC AUCTION The following will be spld at Public Auction on the premises just East of the Trinity Reformed Church in Orange Ci'ty, Iowa. Saturday, December 18 at 1:00 PM Admiral Refrigerator with Freezer unit on top (like new) 30 in. Frlgidaire Electric Stove Small Kitchen Table & 2 Chairs Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner Maytag Washer Sq. Tub 4 burner Oil Stove with Oven Steel Cupboards 2 Captain Chairs 2 Lawn Chairs Large Safe Small Safe Typewriter Burroughs.,Adding Machine 4 Drawer File<!ablnet Small Radios Address-O-Graph Steel Top Table , Dining Room Table, 6 chairs & pad ANTIQUES- Chest of Drawers, Child's Rocker, Sewing Rocker, Kerosene Lame? Wall Type Newspaper Rack, Dated Glass topFrutt Jars, Picture Frames, niasells Garnet Sweeper, 3 Round Top Trunks, Reed Baskets, Baby Shawl, RoundI p\,rtabte Kerosene'Heater, Hall Tree, Cast Iron Skillets, Stone Crocks, Dishes, Sad Irons, Fernery. MISCELLANEOUS: Havlland China, Goblets 12 plain & 12 gold trim, Norltake China set of 12 Loads of Silverware, Toaster, Sunbeam Mlxmaster, z Mectric ?5y P£ Presto Steamer Fruit Jars. Electric Clocks, Travel Iron, Luggage, EtectrUron, Ironing Board, scatter Rugs 35MM Camera with Case &sil_de Projector * Screen, Binoculars, Flag, Pictures & Frames, Fishing Equipment, 80 X 60 hand Crotcheted Linen Table Blanket, Spreads, Flower arrangements, Vases, Fancy Dishes, • Pencil Collection of more than 1000 pencils, Step Ladders, Hand Tools, Garden tools, 50 gal Barrel, and many other Items to numerous to list. Several Floor lamps Comb. Book Stand & Lamp Sectional Bookcase Large Desk with Swivel Chair Several Occasional Chairs RCA Comb. Radio & Record Player Minnesota Sewing Machine Mirror 36 x 28. Mirror 30 « 40 3 pc. Bedroom Set, bookcase headboard 7 ft. Long Bed, spring & mattress Matching Set of Chest of Drawers Chest of Drawers Tea Cart Table Lamps Hassocks & Clothes Hampers Dressing Table TERMS: CASH, Not responsible for accidents ', wtsw, mm Bogaard 4 Van Gelder & De Jong Auctioneers Northwestern State Bank Clerk THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 16, 1971«

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