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December 30, 1971

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

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II "~ Capital ffraawff* /*<** ^atad County Hull 68-62 By Jay Dorschner Doug De Haan made 21 points and Jeff Van Rooyan 12 as the Dutchmen won over Hull Western last week Tuesday 68-62. Doug brought his season total up to 113 and Jeff up to 79. Brad Roos and Jim Slbersma scored 4 and 6 points and Tim Velltnga 3 to round out the starting five. Randy Lubbers pulled down 13 rebounds and sacked 9 points and Rod De Jong scored seven points and handled 10 rebounds, De Haan caught 11. Scott Slmmellnk scored four points and Gerry Bomgaars totaled two. The Dutchmen now total 368 points after six games.and297 rebounds. The team has made 40% of field goals attempted and 46% freethrow shots. The teams next game Is against Boyden-Hull, January 7 at 6:30. The Dutchmen will put their 6 and 0 record on the line against the tough Comet squad. The game Is at the high school gymnasium. Granvllle .Spaldlng, co- champs with Storm Lake St. Mary's last year, currently leads the Quad County Conference with a 3-1 record, the Spartans, coached by Ker Kommes, suffered their lone conference loss at the hand.' of Unity Christian, 57-45, bui came back to tip Le Mars Gehlen 56-47 as the schools recessed for the Christmas holiday. Unity Christian coached by Rick Vander Berg, suffered Its lone defeat at the hands of the Le Mars Gehlen Jays. The Knights won the conference In 1968-69 and again In 1969-70. One game remains yet In first round action, and that will be played on January 4 when Unity travels to Storm Lake for a game with Coach Mike Stence's Panthers. , • Remsen St. Mary's Tony Weller leads the Individual scoring with 84 points for a conference average of 21 points. Gehlen's Dan Ryan and Spaldlng's Wayne Horkey follows close behind with an 18 plus average. The Unity Christian reserves head the Junior varsity competition with a perfect 3-0 record. Team standings In varsity competition are as follows: Conf. All Spalding 3-1 4-2 Unity Christian 2-1 4-1 LeMars Gehlen 2-2 4-3 S. L. St. Mary's 1-2 1-4 Remsen St. Mary's'1-3 1-6 By Andy Mledema WWeW»W**»W»W»W»« NOTICE A Gospel Quartet Concert will be held at George, Iowa. London Parrls and toe ^J" 1 "? 1 ™* 1 High School Gym. London Parrls appeared In George Just over a year ago with the Blackwood Brothers Quartet and has since Joined the Rebels Quartet as their bass singer and manager. Parrls Is one of the lowest bass singers in the world and has trilled audiences all over the United States and Europe. The Ambassador Quartet of George, la. will also be singing several selections from their new album, "Thank God I Am Free." The public is cordially Invited. The deposit — received will tl on Jaunary e i 9 ,r highest bidder no i cessful bidder shj Payment of bid upo n "on and shall removal of saw February ], "«• Published Knights pick up win, beat Granvitte The Knights from Unity Christian picked up their fourth win of the season with a 57-45 decision over Gran- vllle Spalding. This brings the record for the Knights to 4-1 and puts their conference record at 2-1. The record for the Spartans from Granvllle dropped to 4-2, but they still top the conference with a 3-1 slate. The Spartans of Coach Ken Kommes suffered a scoring drought that lasted for seven minutes and that was where •IJtt W - w -*""**TIUii7i-.«---4 t ^n.. «-GI-iTr.:;i..w^iwl Orange City Bowling Ass'n Monday League Standings as of December 27, 1971. Wins 1-John's Upholstering 90 2-Clark Real Estate 89 3-N. Y. Life Insurance 89 4-Well's Blue Bunny 72 5-Harvestore 68 G-Huisman Gravel 68 7-Alton Premium Feed 62 8-Ron's Doep Rock 62 9-O. C. Builders 56 10-Punt -Gambler 56 High Series-Don Post 606 High Games-Don Post 205214; Ed Lubbers-210; Dwaine Vander Vegte-208; Dennis Vander Vegte-202; Tony Ver- doorn-202; Conley Katje-201. Tuesday League Standings as of Dpee'mbpr 28, 1971. Wins the Knights picked up the victory margin. The score was tied at eight apiece with four minutes to go in the first quarter when the Spartans turned ice cold, and the Knights made the most of it. Field goals by Broek, De Vrles and Henge veld propelled the Unity team into a 16-8 first quarter lead, and then a field goal apiece by Dan Pluim and Keith Huizenga put the Knights up 20 to 8 two minutes into the second quarter. Steve Plathe potted a couple of buckets to finally break the ice for the Spartans, but the Knights kept the twelve point margin, 3018 at the half, and maintained it throughout the entire second half as well. Balanced scoring figured strongly in the victory over the Spartans, but another key factor was the tremendous rebounding performance turned in by Knight pivotman, Greg Jeltema, who cleared the boards with 20 grabs. Dan Pluim tallied 16 points while Harley Broek and Jeltema each picked up 11. For the Spartans it was Wayne Horkey with 19 and Steve Plathe with 14. In the preliminary game the "Little Knights" of Coach Glenn Vos completely dominated every aspect of the game to crush the Spalding J-V by the score of 85-37. All the reserves for both teams had lots of opportunity to play, as Unity led 17-4 at the first stop, 44-19 at the half, and Gl-26 at the third rest period. Paul Kroeze topped the J-V scorers with 17 points, Lou Wynia picked up 15, and Randy Jeltema 13. Mark Even topped Spalding's point production with 15. 1-Const to Coast 2-Muor Mans 3-Sioux Abstract 4-Woudstra Market 5-Al's Floor Covering 6-Bowling Alley 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 8-N. W. State Bank 9-Moaw's Super Valu 10-O. C. Appliance 92 92 84 84 82 80 66 50 46 44 High Serles-Ged Reinders- 593 High Games-Ed Relnders-230 Ged Reinders-214-210; Mert Vander Broek-213; Dave Van Peursem-209; Pete Van Wyk- 208; Pete Jeltema-204; Con Katje-203; Gary Kroeze-202; Bill Mullenburg-202. Thursday League Standings as of December 23, 1971. Wins Arlin Kleln-225-205; Dennis Vander Vegte-214; Conly Katje-200. Women's League Standings as of December 22, 1971. W T Bowling Alley Woudstra Super Valu 7-Up Kraal K-Products N W Bank Haarsma De Vrles Vogel Koscot Van Gelder Hubers 1-Vogel Finishes 2-Russell's Ready Mix 3-R & R Performance 4-Orange Motors 5-Silent Sioux 6-Kreykes True Value 92 86 70 68 56 3G 3 47 4 44 1 42 3 38 0 35 2 34 1 33 1 33 2 32 3 30 3 24 1 22 4 22 Wells 0 17 High Game-Lots Jeltema-190 High Series-Lois Jeltema- 511. A square Is the man who never learned to get away with It. High Serles-Arlln Klein-598 High Game.s-Don Post-230; It is the hard jobs that make us. Lillt t HI I I I I I I t 1 1 "»»**< stop detergent pollution Choose from our 3 low cost ways to have unlimited soft water — automatically • Own your own Culligan Automatic • Rent« Culligan Automatic • Tank Exchange service. Simply, economical Call 737-2923 KALSBEEK'S in Orange City Your Municipal Hospital Will Again Stand Ready 8736 Hours in 72 for YOU and YOURS During the year from Jan. 1 1971 to Christmas 1971 1242 patients were admitted to your Hospital. 2348 outpatients were treated by your Hospital. ' 433 surgical procedures were done in your Hospital. 159 babies were born in your Hospital. 2455 X -rays were taken in your Hospital. 15,225 laboratory procedures were performed in your Hospital. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII Board of Trustees Medical Staff & Administration Nursing Services Medical Nursing Surgical Nursing Obstatric Nursing Nursery Labor & Delivery Intensive & Coronary Care Operating Room Recovery Central Supply X-ray & Laboratory iiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HOSPITAL SERVICES Blood Bank Electrocardlgrams Physical therapy Pharmacy Medical Records Dietary Housekeeping Laundry Maintenance Emergency Care Ambulance Service Office Admitting iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiimimiM iiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Accounting Data collection Medicare & Insurance Payroll Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable General Information Switch board service Personal administration Inservlce & Continuing Education Social Service Community Support Makes the Difference What is the single, most important difference between a "good" hospital and an "outstanding" hospital? Skilled physicians, conscientious • and efficient employees, a modern physical plant and diagnostic and treatment equipment representing the latest knowledge in medical science — these are all indispensitale factors. But when all these are equal, the balance tips in favor of the hospital which enjoys the highest degree of community involvement and support. This community involvement manifests itself in many ways here at Orange City. From the leadership of our Board of Directors to the smile on the candy stripper's face as she enters a patient room, and to the many acts of service received from the seven hundred members of the Orange City Municipal Hospital Auxiliary for the benefit of our patients. We look with admiration and appreciation toward the hundreds of contributors who took a personal interest in our institution's growth and progress by their time, • generous gifts and memorials. Their record as partners in Orange City's health care progress has been nothing short of tremendous. We feel the voluntary community hospital will survive only as long as entire communities support the health care services available to them. We ask for your continuing active support through voluntary and memorial gifts. And to the .gratitude of, our patients, we add our own,] Philosophy of Your Municipal Hospital We believe that the hospital and all within it's walls maintain a spirit of love and service toward^ all entrusted to our care regardless of race, color, or creed. We believe it is our responsibility to provide total patient care including the promotion of health, supporative and rehabilitative care based upon the individual's needs. Awareness of the patient's physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs is essential. We believe that the health team Including physician, nursing personnel and all other hospital personnel providing service and care to the patient should work together In providing the best total care. We believe it is our responsibility to teach the patient to move from dependency to self-care, utilizing family and community resources. We believe that inservice education aides In continued competence of personnel at all levels and In all areas and thus stimulates personal and professional growth and development. We believe that hospital personnel deserve to be treated with respect for personal worth and dignity. We believe that the needs of the patients are changing constantly, and that our functions will continue to change. It is our responsibility to be aware of change and trends, adapting our functions to meet tne needs. We believe we are a community facility and should actively participate in community planning or health and medical care fee it es and should operate In accord with the need of the community it serves. ] Your Orange City Municipal Hospital staff and directors wish everyone A PROSPEROUS AND HAP YEAR +HM BOARD MEMBERS Mr. A.D. Van Etten, President Mr. R. Rieckhoff, Secretary Mr. H. Hubers, Treasurer MEDICAL STAFF Mr. C.B. Murphy, M. D. Chief of Staff Mr. A. Bushmer, M. D. Mr. E.B. Grossman,Sr.,M.D. Mr. R.J. Hassebroek, M. D. Mr. P. Vander Kooi, M. D. Mr. E.B. Grossman, Jr., M. D,, Surgeon Mr. G. Van Roekel, M. D. Radiologist Mr. R.D. Schultz, M. D. Pathologist DENTAL STAFF Mr. C.P. Becker, D.D.S. Mr. P. Pals, D.D.S. ADMINISTRATOR . Mrs. Helen Van Gelder, R.N. 'OFFICE Miss Nancy Kroeze Miss Helen Oolman* Miss Mary Relnders Miss Joan Roghair* Miss Barbara Swots Miss Linda De Smit Mrs. Esther Vlsser* Mr. Curt Chausnee, Accts. Rec. Consultant MEDICAL RECORDS Mrs. Ruth Sill* Miss Sondra Oolman Miss Lucille Schultz, R.R.A. PHARMACY Mr. Dwayne Plendsr, R.Ph. LABORATORY AND RADIOLOGY Mrs. Kath Orgen* Mrs. Carla Roozing* Miss LeAnn Huizenga (Resigned Dec. 17) Miss Janice Schulte* NURSING SERVICE Miss Victoria Beernink.R.N.* Mrs. Eugenia Bentz* Mr. Gerald Breuning, R.N. Mrs. Mary Breuning, R.N. Mrs. Alyda Dckker* Miss Grace Dekker* Mrs. Rena Van Dyke Mrs. Walburga Dykstra Mrs. Wendy Foreman, R.N. Miss Veronica Friedman Mrs. Lela Gergen, R.N. Mrs. Kate Te Grotenhuis* Mrs. Sheryl Grotenhuis, R.N. Mrs. Lois Do Haan, R.N.* Mrs. Loretta De Haan, R.N. Miss Marie Hansen Miss Bertha Haverhals* Mrs. Hendrlka Heeg, R.N. Mrs. Caroline Horkey* Mrs. Florence Hudson, R.N, Miss Barbara Huenink* Mrs. Jean Huizenga Mrs. Barbara Janssen Miss Shirley De Jong, L.P.N.* Mrs. Evonne Jonker, R.N. Mrs. Catherine Karssen Mrs. Johanne Van Kekerlx* Mrs. Glenls Kellen, R.N. Mrs. Jeanette Mouw Mrs. Minerva Van Peursem Mrs, Joyce Postma Miss Eileen Probst Mrs. Marge Relnders Mrs. Caryn Riedeman, R.N, Mrs. Debbie Ruden, R.N.* Mrs. ArleneScholten, L.P.N.* Mrs, Winifred Simmelink Mrs. Sadie Ver Steeg Zewditu Tadesse, R.N, Mrs. Henrietta Vander Weerd* Mrs. Clarine Westra* Miss Judy Wierda, L.P.N.* Mrs. Phyliss Van Wyk Mrs. Bernidine Zigtema, R.N. Mrs. Lois Zomer PLANT AND MAINTENANCE Mr. Warren Kleinwolterink Mr. Herman Oordt LAUNDRY Mrs. Lucy Ennema Mrs. Esther Faber Mrs. Arta Hulsman Mrs. Winifred Do Vrles Mrs. Henrietta Zigtema HOUSEKEEPING Miss Clara Bergsma* Mrs. Dovertie Hoffs Mrs. Sadie Kosters* Mrs. Doane Jonker KITCHEN Mrs. Eva Budden Mrs. Minnie EJJkS Mrs. Dorothy Te Grotenhuis Mrs. Ada Van Grouw* Mrs. Mary Jane Mels Miss Margaret Penning* '. 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 30, 1971 Mrs. Allice Van Voorst Mrs. Wllma Wennblom Consultant Dietitian Mrs. Nellie Vande Zandsculp INSERVICE EDUCATION Mrs. Sandra Erlckson, R.N, OPERATING ROOM CENTRAL SERVICES AND GEN, SUPPLY Miss Mona Jasper, O.R.T,* Mrs. Faye Kellen, O,R,T. Mrs. Hilda Vander Melde Mrs, Jeanette Van Voorst* Mrs, Jeanette Waanders, R.N, Miss Nell Hulsman PHYSICAL THERAPY Miss Jeane Casey, R.P.T, Consultant Mrs. Evadeane Klinghagen, R.N. AMBULANCE VOLUNTEERS Rev. Jacob Van Kekerlx Mr, Paul Koets Mr, John Vermaat Mr, Junior Slebersma Mr, Henry Jonker • Mr, Edward Relnders Mr, Bob Schott Mr, Don Schreur AIDES WHO ALSO CARRY ADVANCE FIRST AID CARDS AND SERVE AS AMBULANCE ATTENDANTS Miss Grace Dekker Mrs. Caroline Horkey Mrs. Jeanette Van Voorst Miss Barbara Huenink Mrs, Minerva Van Peursem Mrs. Jean Huizenga Mrs . Katny Ogren Mrs. Helen Van GeW* Mrs. Linda Egdorf Of the ambulance pe Mr. PuulKoets Sri John Verrna.1 Mr . BobSchott , Mrs. Jeanette Van Miss Grace Del* Mrs. Henrietta V» Mrs. Alyda DettJ an 1 Tuesday on Thursday e<» twenty persons

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