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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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\e Orange Peelings STAFF Editor-Kay Vander Orlend Ass, Ed.-Jim Rowenhorst Layout Ed.-Elizabeth Vogel and Wrida Berry Staff-Jay Dorsehner, Barb Janssen, Elizabeth Vogel, Linda Berry, Laurlta Top, Phil Reinders, Jim Rowenhorst Photographers-Terry Goslln- ga and Mark Drake L-C-range City Community School orange city, Iowa Vol. 20, No. 7, December 16, 1971 HAL: really appreciate Christmas stores.. .frame bungalows with parked cars where •• lawns should be. . .vacant lots used as dumps. . vast wire-fenced enclosure of squat pastel cubes Lent housing designed like a modern Jail. . .one- shared by 11 people. . .Christmas dinner with dogs. . -no green tree. . .no special meaning of .no* presents, . .no Santa Glaus. . .rats out lmas°tor some Is the greatest time of the year be> the blfth of Jesus, and the huge dlnnnr with j'of food. People prepare for Christmas either [ ankselving or a few days after and each day mounts Rment, but never stopping to remember those who ] these wonderful things. » ordinary day Christmas is always the same In ' There isn't a tree brightly decorated with lights Le accented with red and green bows waiting to be here isn't a story of Jesus to be told or Christmas . love In the one-room apartments and 9 to 11 people. They maybe realize Christmas as living and just existing In a rat Infested world. [Christmas will you forget about all the extras Uout someone who doesn't even have or know Chrlst- ibetter yet, do something. :»»' lor' iriH Student Forgetfulness In the mad, hurry up routine of school life, It's no wonder that students forget things. Sometimes this noticeable habit tends to aggravate the teachers. But, students soon learn that there are no easy solutions to this problem. Probably the most bothersome problem for the forgetters Is the changing schedule from week to week. Keep- Ing mind the next days a- sslgnments also presents a perplexing sltluatlon for those with a forgetful nature. For the band student the troublemaker Is his horn. Some days the horn manages to stay hidden In the house when It should be on It's way to school. Dinner eaters often forget to take their most prized possession, their lunch, to school. Even those with their meals stamped out on a small card often find to their dismay the absense of this major asset. If you don't fit Into any of the above groups you will probably remember when you have forgotten one of the following: a book before the night of a test, locker combination, pencil case, kleenexes, purse, notebook, or on what dinner shift you eat. Pride in Agriculture Five seniors attended a banquet and meeting sponsored by the Iowa Federation of the Farm Bureau. Featured speaker was Mr. Gerald Frankel, vice-president of the Iowa Beef Packers, who spoke on "Pride In Agriculture." A presentation on job Interviews was presented by members of the sales staff of Farm Services which is a part of the overall Farm Bureau organization. Part ofthe program was to present material to the senior FFA members about the Holiday Conference which is held at I.S.A. December 28 and 29. One senior from each chapter is eligible to attend. . Rod De Jong, Phil Dykstra, Leroy Maassen, Galen Klein- wolterink, and Allen De Jagei represented the Holland Chapter at the banquet. Doug Oolman, Reporter t» GO! The M-OC volleyball team played their first meet at LeMars on Saturday, December 4. The team won seven out of thirteen games, and finished In the Upper half. Some difficulty was caused when the teams played under different existing rules, "It was a good experience for all of us and helped us to learn to use teamwork if we want to get anywhere," one team member commented. The team's second meet was held in Hawarden, at West Sioux High School on December 6. With their experience from LeMars they came in second, losing out to Floyd Valley by only one point. Team captain Denlse Van •Peursem presented the trophy won at West Sioux to Scott Dunlop, student council president, who In turn presented it to the student body. The next scheduled meet is at Rock Valley. win first trophy of year Meet Norm and Jerry November 29, Jerry and Norm Bomgaars, sophomore and junior respectively, came to M-OC. Both boys are active In sports. Jerry is a football and basketball player and Norm played two ways on the Central Lyon football team. During the basketball season he Is a member of the sod squad. They came from Rock Rapids where their father was a farmer. Mr. Bomgaars Is now employed at Tolman's. Jerry' hobby is working with go-carts while Norm hunts In his spare time. Winning the first trophy, the M-OC girls volleyball team pose happily with their advisor. Front Is Denise Van Peursem, team captain. First row; 1-r: Jan Jasper, Lauri Jasper, Jane Lancaster and Carla Smit. Back row: 1-r: Sue Larson, Judy Lenderlnk, Advisor-Mrs. Jo Dunlop and Mary Ellen Emmlk. ,rk Dunlop, teller at Northwestern State Bank, the contribution from Mrs. Pat Mullenburg, |rer of the Maurice-Orange City Education As- The check is for a string of lights on the tree Hospital X-ray Fund. ian Dateline IConference Tourna- 1 s lit Concert | Western-here . .High here-Remsen flary's 3-Christmas vaca- el Series \ Meeting High here- Boyden- School Days Christmas yesterday in school How would you like to go to school In a house? The first public school In Orange City was In the home of Gerrit Van De Steeg In 1870-71. His son John was the teacher. The first real school building was completed in August of 1871. In 1872, 66 pupils were enrolled In the Orange City Public School. A fire (Its cause unknown) demolished the old grade school building in 1948. Four months later, a contract was made to construct a new building. In these years the school system did not include Maurice in its title. In fact Maurice had its own -- Maurice Independent School District. Therefore in 1958, an election was held to reorganize several of the independent districts like Maurice, into one district to be known as Maurice-Orange City Community School District. About 21 days after the election, the Board of Directors of the Orange City Independent School District held its final meeting. Two days-later thefirst meet-- ing of the Board of Directors of the Maurice-Orange City Community School District was held. It has existed under the title since then Since that time a new high school and an addition to the Junior High School in Maurice have been created. Things have changed since 1870! What is to come in the next 100 years to make today another yesterday In history? oqC CM, € moot Jerry and Norm Bomgaars Joint Concert December 20 On December 20, at 8 p.m. in the M-OC High School auditorium, the band and vocal department will present their joint concert. The music for the vocal selections will include traditional and special Christmas arrangements. Some of these numbers are "The Little Drummer Boy." "Low How A Rose E'er Blooming," >"And the Glory of the Lord," from THE MESSIAH, "Shepard's Chorus," from AMAHL AND THE ,NIGHT VISITORS. Various instrumental accompaniments will be used on some selections. ,,...' For .the concert, the band •;, has, chpse.n., to >feature • three -, individuals; who ha,ve furthered their education by becoming music majors at Northwestern College here In Orange City, These people are Mary Hofland, Becky Breese, and Myra De Jong. First of all, the orchestra will accompany Mary Hofland on her 'violin solo. Following this, the orchestra will play a fugue by Charles Ives, and Lorey Andersin's favored piece, "Sleigh Ride." Myra De Jong will be accompanied by the band on her clarinet slol, "Fantasia and Rhondo." Following this, the band will also playBeetoven's "Fidello Overuture," along with the new concert march, "Midwest 25," and Charles Carter's "Rhapsodic Episode." ' "Blue Rhapsody," an arrangement by Gershwin, will be used in featuring Becky Breese also that evening. This is accompanied by the band also. The directors for the evening will be, Mr. Lyle Kline, Mrs. Martha Helen Breese, and Mr. Gene K. Krueger. Christmas is: . , , -sleeping late -making merry -sleeping on the couch because relatives are in your bed -waking up at night thinking you heat something on the roof. -mistletoe and kisses -Snoopy singing and Christmas carols -Joe Cool and his eight reindeers -Women's Lib: Mrs. Santa Claus delivering presents Attention FTA On January 5 there will be an FTA meeting for any juniors and seniors interested.lt will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. So far this year only seniors have been included in the club, but this meeting will be open to juniors also. Officers will be elected, committees will be setup, and certain programs will be planned, i Mr. Vander Stoep said that the Future Teachers Club will be a little different this year from last year. Lundstrom Quartet, The Lundstrom Quartet from Sisseton, South Dakota, presented a concert at M-OC on December 1. They gave personal testimonies of how Christ changed their lives. They sang religious music including such numbers as MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD. HOW GREAT THOU ART, and BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC. They are touring the Midwest giving concerts. : P. Aberson, son 01 Peter J. Aber- flton, Iowa, has been floned a second lleu- the U.S. Air Force atlon from Officer School (OTS) at iFB, Tex. nt Aberson, selectors through com- lexamination, is being to Mather AFB, " navigator training, graduate of Floyd High School, he earn- degree in natural fthls year at North- College in Orange tyron H. Van RoekeJ Lansing, Michigan we his mother, Mrs, IVanRoekellastWed- • Airman Arlyn D. DeKoter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art De Koter of 534 Seventh St. NE, Sioux Center, Iowa, has completed his U. S. Air Force basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. He is remaining at Lackland for training as a security policeman. Airman DeKoter is a 1969 graduate of Maurice-Orange City Community School, Orange City, Iowa. _ Guests- in the Dennis Beltman home on the evening of December 9, In honor of Dennis' birthday were Mr. and Mrs Gerrit Hulsteln of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beltman of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Van Klompen- burg of Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aberson, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Van Roekel and Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Aberson, all of Orange City. Services held for Henry Bos Henry Bos, 86, died at the Heritage Home on Dec. 8, after a long illness. Services were held on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the First Chirstian Reformed Church with Rev. Edward Blankespoor officiating. Pallbearers were Jim Koldhoven, Roger Mulder, Ron Koldhoven, William Van Meekeren, Dennis Bos and Dean Bos. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wobbema. Burial at West Lawn Ceme- tary under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. He was born Feb. 7, 1885, in the Netherlands. He farmed In Sioux and Plymouth counties until 1948, when he moved to Orange City. He is survived by his daughters, Mrs. Joe (Nellie) Koldenhoven ofHollandale.Minn., Mrs. Gerrit Koldenhoven (A- Hce) of Sanborn, Mrs. Gerrit (Wilhelmlna) Hartog of Artesia, Cal., Mrs. Richard {Christine) Koldenhoven of Alden, la., Mrs. Cornle (Gertrude) Vande Brake of Hollandale, Minn., Mrs Gerald (Winnie) Mulder of LeMars, three sons, William of Albert Lea, Minn., Henry of Melvin, and Peter of Maurice, 43 grandchildren, and 85 great- grandchildren, three brothers Gerrit of Worthington, Minn., and William and Albert, both of the Netherlands. Dutchmen down Gehlen 64-57 NOTICE On December 7, the American Legion Auxiliary entertained at the Pioneer Home. Mrs. John Boone was leader. Mrs. Lloyd De Jong and Mrs. Jim Vlieger provided special music with Mrs. Mabel De Haan as pianist. Christmas carols, two Psalms were sung and several poems were read. All enjoyed a game of Bingo. Fruit was provided for gifts. By Phil Reinders The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen put on a second half scoring spree enroute to es. in' ilete i i Arabella sjproa left tor Cincinnati, ere she will spend holidays with H, c, Preul enter, daughter of Mrs, Mfrtyn Pfcn* sntly celebrated her »y. She entertained I classmates a.t SUP- [wr home and later swimming at the 'pool in stoux Cen. Mr, and Mrs. John Vande Kieft and family of Maurice, and Wesley Koedam of AI- vord, la. left Tuesday night for Colorado Brings. Colo. M-OC Elementary School is now showing in Its main hall the traveling exhibit from the National Gallery of Art at Washington, D. C. These exhibits are reproductions of 10 famous Dutch paintings of the 17th century. They will be on display until Dec. 22, The public is cordially invited to stop by and see them. The Junior and Senior Choirs of the Dover Avenue Alliance Church will present their Christmas Cantata "A Wonderful Story" at the 9:30 a.m. service on Sunday, December 19, The Annual Christmas Program of the Church will be at 7:30 p.m. service Sunday evening, December 19. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravestein were Mr. and Mrs. Art De Goei and Mr. and Mrs. John De Goei of Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King drove to Storm Lake on Sunday afternoon to visit with Mr. King's mother, Mrs. Leora King.' a 64 to 57 victory over Le Mars Gehlen Friday night at Le Mars. The first quarter was dominated by the Dutchmen, who led at the first quarter rest 22 to 14. Gehlen evened things up In the second quarter however and tied the score at halftime 32 to 32. Todd Surbe* led the Dutchmen by scoring all of his ten points. The Dutchmen pulled away in the third <iuarter to put the game away. They led 51 to 40 at the end of the third period. The fourth quarter passed with the Dutchmen coming up on the long end of a 64 to 57. All five Dutchman starters were in double figures in scoring, led by Tom Van Rooyan and Scott Dunlop with 13 points. Jon Kllnghagen had 12 points, and Brad Van Rooyan and Todd Surber each had 10 points. Dunlop also pulled down 29 rebounds, followed by Jon Kllnghagen with 16 carooms. FG FT PF A plump, beautifully browned turkey is the highlight of many festive dinners, but often it is the stuffing that distinguishes the holiday bird. Today's Sausage-Apple Stuffing is an old-fashioned corn bread dressing delightfully seasoned with onion and sage. When planning your traditional holiday dinner, be sure to include this exceptionally good stuffing for the turkey. SAUSAGE-APPLE STUFFING For one 10 to 12-lb. turkey plus a l-V 2 -qt. casserole Ib. bulk pork sausage meat cups chopped onion One pan corn bread, crumbled 0 8 slices regular sliced white bread, lightly toasted and cubed 2 teaspoons salt '/a teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon sage 2 V* 2 1 cup butter or margarine cups chopped apple cup chicken or turkey stock eggs, beaten One 10 to 12-lb. turkey Combine crumbled corn bread, bread cubes, salt, pepper and sage. Pry sausage until red color disappears crumbling with fork. Drain on absorbent paper. Add to bread mixture. Lightly saute onion in butter. Add to bread mixture with apples. Stir in stock and eggs. (Add more stock for more moist dressing.) Toss to blend well. Stuff into neck and body cavities of turkey. Truss. Roast according to standard roasting directions. Cook extra dressing in ungreased covered 1-Vi-qt. casserole in preheated slow oven (325°F.) about 1 hour. 'CORN BREAD Makes one 9-inch corn • bread 2 'tablespoons sugar 1 egg, beaten 1 cup milk </4 cup vegetable oil ftf>» s. Dunlop B, Van Rooyan J. Kllnghagen T, Van Rooyan T,' Surber M, Verdoom 3/5 2/5 0/1 3/8 0/1 2/6 1-1/2 cups enriched corn meal 1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt Heat oven to very hot (450°P.). Sift together corn meal, flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add egg, milk and oil. Pour into greased 9-inch square baking pan. Bake in preheated oven (450°F.) 20 to 25 minutes. Cool. C lv.JtiAn.MMHK* "When you drive at night, heller wear gloves no thai sparkle won't blind oncominu holldy with their daughte, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs James Feenstra. They returned home again Saturday morning. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Van Ommeren and Mrs. Peter Van Ommeren attended the mneral of their aunt, Mrs. John ie Slaa of Hull last Thursday. She was 87. Neighbors from the term had a oarty for Mr. and Mrs. ma A Vande Grlend at their £?*««•• ^ange City, Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kortlever, Mr. and Mrs. BlllVisserandMr.andMrs. J lm Vander Schaaf, The self- invited guests furnished the o Amblers held their the program. WANTED Custodian M~OC needs a custodian for the Maurice school Apply to Frank Hulsart, Supt,, M-OC High School, If we don't discipline ourselves, the world will do it for us. ....jfrrfjifrrrrr*'*•*•**< NOTICE The Christmas Cantata "Born a King" By John W. Peterson will be presented by the 65- voice cboir of the Calvary Christian Reformed Church of Grange City, . . Sun, Dec. 19--7:30p.ro LOANS $50 to $5,000 Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Terms "Loans Payable On A TbU'tyilx Months Basis" Also larger loans available for financing of trucks and autoa at reasonable rates. Household goods, autos, livestock accepted as securities. A-C Loan & Finance Co,, Inc, 27 CentroJ Ave. S.W. Le Man, Iow» Phone 546-4103 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 19,

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