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fa downs tittle Rock 55-53 .. flak's varsity fell to attempts. 16 of Unity's shots Rook ^= *„„,. a,.., ....... .. iher Wight as Barley Broek and Greg Jeltema, 6'4», I out in the 4th quarter. Hubers, a guard, also ouffor Unity. ine JV's also won, 60-40, This game is the second loss Little Rock this season, Idng their record 6-2, as "pared to Unity's 5-1. Ron De Groot, sub for , was being hospitalized, ... Dan Broek replaced him equalize the height differ- se between the teams. ; \ point men of the game , Mark De Vries, Unity iard with 17" points, and De Young, Little Rock ..jard with 15 points. Greg itema's rebound average for ,(ty went up after pulling m is rebounds. Against anvllle, earlier, Greg took rebounds. The scoring was "touch- jigo" throughout the game || the third quarter when Ity pulled ahead by seven [tittle Rock made 19 out of ^'attempts at field goals, die Unity sunk 22 out of 53 attempts. 16 of Unity's shots made were outside shots. Their Inside shooting suffered, 6 made out of 17. Little Rock failed to fully ' capitalize on Unity's total of 25 personal fouls, making 15 out of 33. The Unity team showed some improvement cutting down on turnovers. Each team had a total of 13 turnovers throughout the game. Except for turnovers, Unity's playing was similar to the Granvllle Spaldlng game played December 17 when Unity beat Spaldlng, 57-45. Unity's fouling action was more spread out--Bob Hubers was the only player fouling out. However, Unity had 5 more personal fouls that game. Unity's JV's boosted their season record to 5-1 also. Paul Kroeze was high-point man with 17 points. After being tied at the end of the first quarter, Unity pulled ahead to lead 29-13 at halftlme and finally won, 5040. During the last quarter Unity's score stayed at 48 while the Rockets pulled with 10 points against Unity's subs. Doug Van Hofwegon, a 6'4" freshman, fouled out during the fourth quarter. High point man for Little Rock was Fred Troi, with IS Points; he fouled out In the 4th quarter. Unity Sports Staff Mr, Bill Kalsbeek of Ann Arbor, Michigan la spending several weeks In the parental ; Gerard Kalsbeek home over the holidays, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Van ;Aartsen and family attended 'a cousins get-together on New 'Year's Evening at the home iof Mr, and Mrs. Wllmer El* bars at Hills, Minnesota. Those from Orange City attending the County Legion Meeting in Sioux Center on Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw, Mr. and Bud Vander Laan, Mrs. Blaylock, Mrs. Gwen Van Wechel, Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer and Lloyd De Jong. LEGAL NOTICES City Council !Mrs. Roye Church League Volleyball Hank Jonker Cliff Oolman Orvllle Kroese Bernle Fedders Mlddleburg Alton Calvary Christian Bob Van Gelder Jerry Wlelenga College Profs. Rick Roos American Dover Alliance Trinity Newklrk Gary Te Grotenhuls W 26 25 22 24 24 22 15 15 12 11 10 Mr. and Mrs, Marlon > Wlersma entertained several couples In their home last Friday evening. Their guests, were Mr. and Mrs. William L Smit, Mr. and Mrs. JohnFed- "ders, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Bemmel and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wobbema. 4 5 5 6 6 8 15 15 18 19 20 10 20 22 25 22 26 loses to Central Northwestern tied with Cen- lathalftlme 41-41, lostits last week Wednesday, [lie battle was rough all the iy as Central Jumped to an City Bowling Ass'n. niday League Standings as January 3, 1972 K' ; • w Clark Real Estate 97 (John's Upholstering 94 H.Y. Life Insurance 91 xland Harvestore 82 ||ell's Blue Bunny 72 "ilsman Gravel 72 «i's Deep Rock 68 'A|lon Premium Feed 64 IW...Builders 64 1-Punt-Cambier 56 Series-Jerry Ferrell- h Games-John Vander Stelt |3| Stan Van Ommeren-207; nNoteboom-206; LyleBerg lay League Standings as IJanaury 4, 1972 w [Moor Mans 98 to Coast 96 tot Abstract 92 •Woudstra Market 90 'Jl's Floor Covering 82 •Bowling Alley 82 'arm Bureau Ins. 73 I.W. State Bank 52 Mouw's Super Valu 50 •O.C, Appliance 45 fl Series-Dennis Vander Ete-582 ft Games-Dennis Vander W-256; Harlan De Jong- l i Al Woudstra-207-201; «t Vander Broek-219; Ar- Van Gelder-207; Nels TOnburg-213-204. 1 ««»yLeague Standings as Member 30, 1971 Impressive lead of 34-25 with 3:21 left in the first half, threatening to break it wide open. But the Raiders fought back and gained a 41-41 tie on a jumper by Roger Kempers at the buzzer as the first half ended. The first five minutes of the second stanza was a see-saw battle as the lead changed hands ' several times. Then, with 16:07 left, Carl Nichols drove home a lay-up that put Central In the lead to stay at 49-48. Central's largest lead of the evening was 79-67 with 3:30 "Showing "on the clock. The game proved to be as ragged as It was rough as 42 turnovers were committed in the contest. Northwestern, although on the short end of the score, did hold an advantage in the rebound department with a 61-47 edge. Dave Aalbers lead Northwestern with 23, followed by Dave Slkma with 18. Dulstermars lead the Central attack with 26 counters. Last Tuesday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Verdoorn were Mr. and Mrs. Brad Highstreet from Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. John Verdoorn from Alexandria, Minnesota. A dinner party was held recently In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Rowenhorst In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Dora Visser. Also acting as host, and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Van Gelder. Other guests Included Mrs. Visser's brothers and sisters; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wielenga, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haarsma, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haarsma, Mr. Peter Haarsma, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Reinders, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bonthuls and an additional guest, Mrs. Dora Smit. Guests in the Rod Vander Grlend home-on New Year's Eve were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesselink, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plender, Mr. and Mrs. Cornle Eshuls and Mr. and Mrs. Vem Vande Kamp. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stoel and family from Luverne were Mew Year's Day guests in the home of the John E. Vander jSchaaf's. 1 Sunday evening visitors in 1 .the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;Ron Noteboom were Mr. and I Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesselink ' and family and Mr. and Mrs. ' Rod Vander Grlend and family. Mrs. Bernard Wobbema will be spending the weekend in Rook Valley staying with the' Harold Van Otterloo children while Mr. and Mrs. Van Otter- loo visit with Carolyn Wob- bema in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I Guests on Christmas Eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pier Wiersma were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Relnsma and Leann, Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman, Linda and Perry; Mr. and Mi's. Elmer Huizenga, . Rhonda, Brenda and Stephanie,' | Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vanden | Hook, Douglas and Tamara ; from Sanborn. Unable to be. ; present were Mr. and Mrs. i Bob Foreman from Chicago, i Mr, and Mrs. Bill Foreman, Lois Relnsma and Art Vander Wilt. Christmas Day dinner i guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wurpts were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wlersema, Mr. and Mrs. LarryHeemstra and family from Prlmghar and Mr. and Mrs/1 van Wlersema from Sutherland. Council Meeting December 2, 1971 The City Council met in regular monthly session with all members being present. The minutes of the last stated meeting were read and approved. The monthly bills and reports were presented and approved. A resolution was adopted orderlngthe I construction of a municipal fire station building, and fixing a date of hearing on the plans, specifications, and form of contract, and a date for taking bids therefore 1 . On motion meeting adjourned. /s/ Robert M. Dunlop, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, City Clerk Council Meeting December 16, 1971 The City Council met in regular semi-monthly session with all members being present. The minutes of the last stated meet- Ing were read and approved. An application for renewal of license to operate a mobile home park as submitted by Thomas I. De Jong was approved. The reappolntment of Mr. E. O. Lancaster as a member to the Board of Adjustment and Appeals was approved. A resolution of appreciation commending Nelson Mullenburg for his faithful service as a member of the City Council was adopted. Salaries, wages and duties were reviewed, after which employee's were re-hired for 1972. On motion meeting adjourned. /s/ Robert M, Dunlop, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, City'Clerk Council Meeting December 29, 1971 i The City Council met in special session with all members being present. A resolution was adopted approving specifications and form of contract relating to the construction of the I municipal fire station building. On motion meeting adjourned. ; /s/ Robert M. Dunlop, Mayor i ATTEST: /s/ Don E/Schreur, City Clerk The Dora Visser family had their Christmas get-together on Tuesday evening at the Shelter House. Illllllllllliilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilillliiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiil' NW Bosch Kempers Woudstra Aalbers Estes Vander Pol Townsend Slkma Johnson CENTRAL George Lubach Dulstermars Loo mans Primus Graham Snoap Sllnas Gosselink Waide Nichols NW Totals Central totals FG FT PF 2 3-3 5 7 0-4 5 3-4 5-5 0-1 0-0 0-2 8-14 0-0 Talk to the man from the Land Bank 0 2-2 1 5-8 8)10-13 2 0-0 0-2 2-5 4-6 1-5 5-5 0-0 1-2 31 28 19-31 30-48 3 1 2 0 1 1 5 5 0 1 4 34 23 The Federal Land Bank is owned by farmers who use its credit services. The only purpose of the Land Bank is to serve farmers with the best in long-term financing. Before you borrow on your land, see JAMES HEIMES, Asst. Mgr. at the Sheldon Federal Land Bank Association! 1 Phone 324-2414 Box 219 IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIli L7VNDB7YNI 1> »°e«l Finishes wsell's Ready Mix *«R Performance ^"ge Motors S"ent Sioux J»J*B8 True Value w 96 90 74 72 go UO! 42 J Series-Don Post- 534 S e ?S e • Dennl8 Vander *»»••. Maurice-Orange City H.SV "DUTCHMEN" Game at 7:30 p. m. Jr. Varsity at 6;30 4th Adults $1.00 Students 50p under FRtt by paid <•*•» High School Gymnasium WARRANTS ISSUED DECEMBER 1971 General Government Herman C. Moret, Treas., bonds & Interest 10,662.57 La Vern Wlchers, Street labor 37.54 Alfred L. Dykstra, labor 8.25 Stanley Van Otterloo, labor 7.43 Rudolph C. Grienke, labor 7.43 Harry Van Wyk, Jr., labor 133.41 Herman C. Moret, treas. fee • 35.00 Henry A. Hubers, labor 9.39 Northwest Iowa Vocational School,offlce material 9.00 Ahlers, Cooney, Dorweller, Albee & Haynee, legal services 90.00 A & M Laundry, Inc., mop & towel service 10.95 Herman M. Brown Co., equip, rep 6.75 Central Telephone Co., phone service 145.47 Coast to Coast, supplies 29.12 Robert M. Dunlop, office rent & mtg. exp 48.15 Farmers Feed & Supply Co., Inc.,Ice removal.. ...... 60.00 ...William.Faber,.misc. exp ,. ,14.20 Farmers Coop Oil Ass'n, fuel . 43.70 Fehrs Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies 42.93 Koch Brothers, supplies 67.43 Haarsma Brothers, equipment 68.69 Harris Janitor Sup. Co., Inc., janitor supplies 35.80 Harry's Radio & TF, radio malnt 19.75 Hubers-Van Engelenhoven Doornink Ins., Insurance 384.80 Hyman's Construction Co., sand & gravel .. 241.48 Klay & Bastemeyer, legal services 10.00 Mrs. John Kreykes, misc. exp. 27.00 Harold A. Miller, weed control 12.50 Muni-Utilities, supplies, light, water 513.17 O.C. Builders Sup., supplies 36.84 Orange City Dry Cleaners, misc. exp. . . . . 1.40 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., office supplies. 5.70 The Paymaster Corp., equipment 139.50 Don E. Schreur, zoning enforcement officers fee & mtg. exp. 54.52 Servall Towel & Linan Supply, towel service . 3.85 Punt-Gambler Mtr. Co., equip, rep , 107.30 Sleg Company, equip, rep 25.83 Sioux City Industrial Towel & Uniform service, towel service . 5.00 Tolman Welding & Mfg. Inc., building man & upkeep 71.13 Vans Super Service, supplies 3.00 Donald Wlehers, equipment 30.00 Northwestern State Bank, federal w/h 489.40 Treas., State of Iowa, state w/h 121.21 Iowa Employment Security Commission, social security 508.79 Iowa Public Employees Retr. System, IPERS 329.17 Ad-Visor, office supplies 7.00 De Haan Electric, library construction 688.50 Kepp Construction Co., Inc., library construction.... 8,910.00 Neals Shoe Store, misc. exp 6.50 Northwest Implement Co., equip, rep 83.47 Sioux County Capital, adv. proc. & claims 250.79 Sioux Veterinary Clinic, misc. exp 15.00 Orange City Plumbing, equip, rep. ................ 120.49 Rons Deep Rock, gas & rep 115.04 Matt Parrott & Sons, office supplies 5.40 Orange Motor Co., car malnt 82.45 Auto Service Garage, equip, rep 9.95 Kreykes Hardware, misc. exp 85 Bylsma Blacksmith Shop, equip, rep 20.20 De Jong Bros. Garage, gas & rep. 242.40 Iowa Public Service Co., gas... \ 215.92 Payroll Account 1,992.13 Library Board of Trustees, tax money «... 483.00 Hospital Board of Trustees, tax money 483.00 Standard Parts Co., equip, rep. 195.14 Russell's Ready Mix, used truck. 4,000.00 Alvln Van Berkum, misc. exp. 29.00 Bowling Alley, misc. exp . 9.89 H. C, Moret, treas., fee 35.00 Don E, Schreur, zoning enforcement officers fee & mtg. exp 105.60 Payroll Account , ••• 2,049.14 RECEIPTS DECEMBER 1971 General Government General.., ,, . , , 1,564,17 Street , >... 1,516.17 Public Safety , 2,326,29 Sanitation 1,002.51 Muni-Enter ,.,, 3,338,16 Recreation,,, .,, , 1,538.65 Debt Service,.,, , 2,163.63 Road Use, , ,.,,,.,.,, , 2,078,48 Street Lighting. ,,,.,,. 740.00 TOTAL , f ,,, 17,168,06 /s/ Robert M, Dunlop, Mayor ATTEST: M Don E, Schreur, City Clerk Municipal Utilities Orange City Municipal Utilities December 14, 1971 The Board of Trustees of the Orange City Municipal Utilities met In regular monthly session with til members being present, The minutes of the last stated and special meetings were read and aooroved. The monthly Mils and reports were approved. Resolutions were adopted accepting Improvements and extensions of the water rehabilitation project. On motion Board adjourned. /s/ Merlyn Kraal, Chairman ATTEST: /a/ Den E. Schreur, Secretary WARRANTS ISSUED DECEMBER 1971 Municipal Utilities Light Revenue Bond Fund, transfer, '41,137,50 Herman C. Moret, Treas., bonds & Interest 41,137.50 Lu Ann Dykstra, misc. labor 43.03 Payroll Account 2,170.20 Sioux City Foundry, maintenance. 220.15 Village Drug Store, Inc., misc. gen. exp 5.88 Russell's Ready Mix, Inc., line extension 943.27 Neptune Meter Co., inventory 2,466.70 Allen Roos, misc. gen. exp 95.82 Hubers-Van Engelenhoven Doornink Ins., ins. 414.96 Rick De Boom, misc. gen, exp 5.00 Sioux Electric Cooperative Ass'n, line extension 16.59 McKesson Chemical Co., plant operation . 375.60 Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency, dues & agency contract dues . 894,00 Punt-Cambler Motor Co., transportation exp 279.06 Bureau of Reclamation, purchased power 8,411.14 Anderson Brass Co., inventory 609.72 Northwest Iowa Power Coop, main, of trans. ....... 72.10 Standard Office Equip. Co., office sup. & exp 60.00 Burmelster Electric Co., main line transformer 28.20 Autocon, plant operation 20.57 De Zurlk Corporation, buildings & plant. 25.69 Globe Machinery & Sup. Co., distribution Sys 29.30 Pecaut Equipment Co., transportation exp 71.24 Thorp Electric, maintenance. 338.46 Westlnghouse, main, of trans 315,18 Employee Data Forms, Inc., office sup. & exp 9.70 Mantek Corporation, misc. gen. exp 106.33 Central Telephone Co., office sup. & exp 122.82 Da Mar Impl. Inc., misc. gen. exp 2.81 Orange City Builders Sup., misc. gen.exp.,Inventory.. 310.60 Cherokee Bottling Co., Inc., misc. gen. exp. . . ; 2.00 Ad-Visor, office sup. & exp 79.41 David Vander Berg, plant operation 400.00 Edward Schreur, misc. gen. exp 25.50 Haarsma Brothers, office supply & exp 17.93 Klay Travel Bureau, misc. gen. exp 293.00 Sioux Abstract Co., Inc., misc. gen. exp 16.00 A, B. Dick Products Co., office sup. & exp 5.45 American Water Works Assoc., plant operation 25.00 Harris Janitor Sup. Co., Inc., misc. gen. exp 24.92 Farmers Coop Oil Assoc., transportation exp 5.80 Groen Plumbing & Heating, line extension 159.50 Coast to Coast, misc. gen. exp., plant operation 63.36 Wolbrlnk Electric, misc. gen. exp 10.95 Northwestern State Bank, federal w/h ". . 981.80 Treas., State of Iowa, state w/li 247.58 la. Employment Security Comm., social security 511.52 la. Public Employees Retr. Sys., IPERS 322.57 Mid-West Electric Consumers Assoc., misc. gen. exp. . 75.00 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax 862.59 Northwestern State Bank, misc. gen. exp 15.00 Payroll Account 911.37 Van Gelder Jewelry, misc. gen. exp 21.59 Orange City Plumbing, misc. gen. exp 15.91 , Iowa Public Service, gas 82.88 I Standard Office Equip. Co., office sup. & exp 16.48 Willard Huizenga, deposit refund 20.00 ' Phillips "66" Hi-Way Service, transportation exp 147.26 Vogel & Vande Brake, misc. gen. exp 3.88 Kreykes Hardware, Misc. gen. exp 2.01 A & M Laundry, Inc., misc. gen. exp 2.111 Tolman Welding & Mfg. Inc., misc. gen. exp., plant operation 25.23 Visser Brothers, line extension 115.00 De Haan Electric, line extension 14.42 Well's Blue Bunny, distribution sys 7.92 Truck Sign Service,-line extension.-. ;v; .-.-..-.--.•.**. .284.70 Standard Office Equip., office sup. & exp 29.90 E & J Gift & Variety, misc. gen. exp 12.01 Clover Farm Store, office sup. & exp 21.12 Muni-Utilities, water, lite, sewer rental 22.96 ; Light Fund, light & power 384.90 Roggen &Ford, outside services • 379.11 Harry's Radio & TV, transportation exp 30.00 Rogers Electric Sup. Co., line extension 84.51 De Jong Excavating, misc. gen. exp 49.50 Sioux County Capital, misc. gen. exp 150.85 Overhead Door Company, main, maintenance 8.09 Sioux County Capital, misc. gen. exp 61;23 Bylsma Blacksmith Shop, misc. gen. exp., plant operation 7.00 Industrial Instruments, Inc., plant operation 103.50 William Post, distribution sys 1,569.00 Anderson Brass Co., distribution sys 50.74 Sheldon Roofing, additions & improvements 1,999.58 Standard Parts Co., transportation exp. 62.70 Klay Travel Bureau, misc. gen. exp 21.00 Payroll Account 2,012.31 Lu Ann Dykstra, misc. labor 102.85 i Don E. Schreur, misc. gen. exp 50,59 Sioux Electric Cooperative Ass'n, pumping & heating West Branch 160.50 Roggen & Ford, outside services 678.94 Ralph Budd, deposit refund 20.00 Contest Winners, misc. gen. exp 100.00 Kraai Furniture, LTD, misc. gen. exp 183.34 Allen Roos, misc. gen. exp 398.36 Postmaster, postage for billing 92.64 Main Sewer, transfer 345.38 Payroll Account 2,536.29 Lu Ann Dykstra, misc. labor 1Q5.78 Payroll Account •» 944.17 RECEIPTS DECEMBER 1971 Municipal Utilities 1 Light 36,142.50 . Light Rev. Bds 41,137.50 Water 9,961.07 HUD 7,626.82 Sewer Rental 3,273.45 Main Sewer 545.38 Meter Deposit 80.00 TOTAL 98,766.72 /s/ Merlyn Kraal Chairman ATTEST: /s/ Don E, Schreur Secretary loul Newt Craig Grotenhouse returned to college at Vermillion after spending a week with Dan Kraai, "The Reflectious" a folk I group from Sioux City', furnished music at the Coffee ; House on Sunday evening, • Mr, and Mrs. Herman Moret spent the Christmas holidays with their son and family, Mitchell at Superior, Nebr. Mrs, Johanna Rens spent a few days last week at the John Rens home in Larchwood to make the acquaintance of a new grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bouma spent a few days at Pella, Iowa visiting In the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Merl Alons. While there they attended the Central-NE game on Wednesday evening. Other guests there were Mr, and Mrs. Ron Bouma of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr, and Mrs, John Brantsen spent the weekend at Rochester, Minn, visiting with their daughter, Mr, and Mrs, Gary Campbell, Mr. and Mrs, Arle Boone, Mr. and Mrs, Henry A, Boone, and Mrs^.Wm, Van Gorp, Jr, visited New Years Day at the Henry Heemstra home at Sheldon. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Fed* ders and two children from Denver spent a week In the parental Marinus Fedders home, TftE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 8 Bryan Boonstra spent a two ' leave from the Navy in tome of his parents, Mr, Mrs, Robert Boonstrg.He Is stationed at Honolulu, Ha? "'