The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 6
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December 23, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

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Spalding Spotlight Spaldiflg Top in Speaker Points j|_ .'•'•' ***? _ _ _ ^^^_ m ^_^_^ m __ J ^ M ^,^^^^^^^MiMfcaiiaiMiMi Spalding High School December 23, 1971 A iton-Granville-Hospers Christmas in School SPALDING GIVES Faculties Hold X-MAS CONCERT Christmas Party TUP SpaUUng Varsity Is supported this season by now-coming starter Jerry Langel, a senior, has returned to basketball after two years. Spalding's Christmns concert fe.tturert thf music of this season ovr>r the world, Sunday evening. Among the selections wore "German Christmas Festival," "An Old English Christ- mns" and "American Christmas Festival" done by the band nnd "Carol of the Drums," "Low, How a Rose E're Blooming," and Adoration of the Magi" done by the chorus. Mr. John Ehrhardt directed the band, Father Eugene Ceperley, the chorus. The program cover wasde- ANOTHER OF THE FORMIDABLE FIVE signed by John Aiesch. the advertising posters by Joe nBBBHHHHHiHBHHHHHHHiMHHMBBBBHMHHHBBV Schuver, Brad Jonas, Rose Schumacher, Jim Herrig, Debbie Niichel. Other members of Art I, Joleen Plathe, Judy Reichle, and Sharon Fischer, did the supporting work. During and after the performance. Spalding's photography teacher, Gordon Schneider, took pictures. Admission was donated. --Linda Dykstra TRESHMENTAKE SECOND PLACE IN HAWKEYE BEBATE Spiritual seriousness and a joyous spirit of Christmas fun was the scene at Hospers Tuesday night when the faculties of St. Joseph's Grade School, Granvllle, St.Mary's- St. Anthony's Grade School, Alton-Hospers, St. Patrick's Grade School, Sheldon, and Spalding High School held a joint Christmas party. The night began with the celebration of Mass In St. Anthony's Church, concelebrated by Father Merle Kollasch, Father Eugene Ceperley, Father Mervin Hood and Father Cletus Keheler. In the basement hall, later, sounds of laughter were heard as each of the faculties presented a skit for entertalnm- ment. This was followed by a massive lucheon. --Joe. Schuver frosh fight Hard t Lose Spalding's treshmen were defeated Monday night by the T-Birds, 31-34. It was a close game with an almost even score throughout the game. Spalding's high point man was Dick Kinney with 17 points. Russ Herrig had 6, Mike Shea, 2. The T-Blrds high point man was LorenVan Gelder, with 12 points. Paula Becker, Carol Youngers, Ann Henrich, Ellen Ludwig, Julie Plagge were cheerleaders. Mr. Orval Biever coached the boys. The game was held at Floyd Valley,, --Jan Klein Marlene Klein two and s «» Wing lean, ^"ter score mont. Novice debaters r, sen . Pam Zenk ' * "ill -••••filt:!! WJth g g >( Jeanne nnd Paul wei* sd certificate '•debating. Nosed out of first place by Sioux Falls, Lincoln by only three speaker points wure the Soaldinz debaters with a perfect 6-0 record and 42 speaker points. Making up .Spalding's team were negatives Russ Herrig and Jeanne Haupert, affirmatives G.iry Hansen and Pam Zenk. All are freshmen and beginning debaters. The toursome .ire "seen with the second place trophy. Four hundred students were present for the Debut The debut of the Spalding drill team was Tuesday evening at the home game with Gehlen. The 18 girls performed during the half time of the varsity game. After five weeks of preparation and three days of tedious work on uniforms, the girls were ready. Tills was one of 4 performances this year. The girls are under the direction of Mr. John Ehrhardt. Double Victory over St Mary's Varsity and Junior Varsity players drove in a double victory overRemsen's Hawks Friday at Scalding, 55-49 and 53-49. Varsity The Varsity game saw Steve Plathe with 26 points, Wayne Horkey with 12 points, Jerry Langel with 10, Dave Klein with 4, and Jim Schuver, 3. The boys triumphed over their opponents percentage-wise, with a 42%-2T7o for field goals. Spalding's ; i high pointer Steve "Vander" Plathe commented, "The big advantage we had over Remsen was ou i good ball handling, the firs ; half haying only two turnovers: ' : This gave us a good lead thav ivwe kept'the rost of thegame." J.V's Despite some foul trouble and a lot of missed free throws, the Spalding's JV's crept through with a 53-49 victory over Remsen's JV's. Top man was Mark Even with 19 points, fallowed by Pat Beck with 16, Steve Kellen with 8, Ron Ludwig with 6, and Gregg Degen and Dean List with 2. ' • --Joe Schuver i! il The Junior Varsity are Pat Beck, Randy Hansen, Gregg Dogen, Rod Pottetaiu, Dean List, Steve Kellen, top; and Mark Even, Mark Meis, Dale Hansen, Ronny Ludt'l?, Bob Hansen, Bill Even, bottom. Record M.irvin G. Harmelink & w: to G.irv W. Knudsen & wf L3 i. N 1 I. •!. Blk 2G, North Alton 51 , nort Driesen & wf to Don..!<! Driosen & wf S| SW.\- 9- Virginia F. Henrich & hs to J.icoba Mlnten Pt Blk 28, Second Afidn, Alton $1. Raymond J, Reistoffer & wf to Vernon I.. Reistoffer Pt S 1 , N-:'. 34-95-43 $1. "Vernon I.. Reistoffer & wl to Raymond J. Reistoffer Pt Si. NF.' 1 , & N' 1 -, N^ SE^ 34-9543 $1. William H. Whittington, sgl. etal to Keith Morehead E^SW? Pt NWiSW.l 26-95-46 $35, 000. William B. Rozeboom, Conservator to Ray F, Meyer Pt I. 5, Blk 4 in Aud Rplt of SE^ & El SW.\ 21-97-46, RV 513,000. Walter Peters, Extr to Kenneth W. Reinking & wf Pt L 2, Blk 3, Berlin Addn,Irtn$7500. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9943 Marian F. Younie, deceased. Probate 9944 Luke Vollink, deceased. Probate 9945 Diane Plathe, deceased. DC 13937 Nuway DrugServ, Inc vs Sav On Discount Store & Frank Katje (Law). DC 13938 Ralph Bouma vs Melvin L. Schultz (Law). DC 13939 Sioux Veterinary Clinic vs Melvin L. Schultz (Law). DC 13940 State Steel Supply Co vs Kooima Machine Works & Theodore aka Ted Kooima (Law). DC 13941 Wigman Co vs Norm Bruget, dbaBruge' 1 Plbg & Htg (Law). NEW AUTOS L. Bernice McCory, Ireton, Chevrolet. Clarence Langel, Alton, Ford. Dennis K. Oolman, Orange City, Ford. Donald Johnson, Ireton, Chevrolet. Edward C. Treiber.Hawar- den, Oldsmobtle. Andrew Doornink, Sioux Center, Ford. Lloyd E. Dekkers, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Grace W. Dekkers, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Jimmie C. Munday, Hull, Chevrolet. Leslie K. Veen, Sheldon, Chevrolet. William J. Groenweg, Hull, Chevrolet. Kenneth M. Kooiker, Hull, Plymouth. Wm. C. Hulstein,Hull,Pontiac. Sioux Preme Packing Co., Sioux Center, Chevrolet. James E. Scheffer, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. John H. Den Herder, Sioux Center, Chevrolet. Mrs. Brook Stephens, Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Nelson Paint Co., Orange City, Chevrolet. Delia R. Pepple, Sheldon, Ford. David Sybesma, Alton, Chevrolet. Marlin Eilts, Ireton, Buick. Nelson Paint Co., Orange City, Chevrolet. Alton Premium Feeds, Alton, Oldsmobile. J. T. Even, Jr., Alton, Pontiac. NEW TRUCKS Rock Valley Cement Blk & Tile Inc., Rock Valley, Chevrolet. Russel Westadt, Hawarden, Ford. Lawrence Eilts, Ireton, Ford. Otis Radio Corp, Hawarden, Chevrolet. Hay Loft Inc, Orange City, Ford. Dick Franken, Maurice, Chevrolet. B & H Feed Serv, Rock Valley, Chevrolet, Chris Schlebout, Maurice, Oodge. K & D Mfg Co, Hull, Chevrolet. James J. Beck, Granville, Ford. Mr. and Mrs. John Mouw and family from Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mouw and family from Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Don; Newendorp and family from Sioux City will be dinner guests on Christmas Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit J. Mouw. Miss Lynne Peuse from Boone will be spending the Christmas weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schie- bout and Denlsg will be leaving on Sunday tb spend a few days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis La'.Bond and son in Ottawa, Canada. Professor John Kaericker • left on Monday to spend the Christmas holidays with his family in Decatur, Illinois. The Department of Social Services had their annual Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Wei on Saturday evening. Miss Sandi Mouw arrived home last Friday from the University of Wyoming and will be spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw, Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Rowenhorst and Jim and Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst left on Tuesday for Wenatchee, Washington where they will spend Chrlst r mas with the Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Westerberg family. They will return again on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Roekel visited in the Abe Schiebout home last Thursday afternoon. Jerry Vogel, who I tioned at Fort Hood, T(J arrived home on Monty spend theChrlstmask with his parents,MM* John Vogel. Sgt. Jack Vogel arrived t Wednesday to also spew] holidays in the John Vofl» Bill Vande Brake homes,j» are stationed at Spri" Air Forece Base In 1 chusetts. Please accept this old-fashioned wish for a cheery, wonderful holiday season . . . along with a warm "thank you." De Haan Electric To all of you, the merriest of Christmases is whot we're wishing/May fondest memories endure. Thanks, most warmly. Sears Catalog Merchant Orange City »M e/Vi ay the serenity and joy of the Holy Family inspire you with the spirit of love and peace at Christmas. Our sincere thanks to everyone. ORANGE MOTOR CO. urvme and Jay De Jong Jeff and Ross In keeping with the spirit of the season, may we extend the very best of the Christmas holiday to all... also, our thanks for everything. orange STYLE Btf' 1 *; city, l° n 6—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 23, 1971

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