The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1972
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Capitol now * Northwestern "••-•' team col- a school scor- 0 S chalking UP 114 against Brla* Cliff In Play- Northwes- record Is now game 103- the Dana home alde« claimed ith a 77-69 flnal TW Raiders held Dana ,t half time and North- «ver allowed the 'to lead, although ttiey ne within one point In d half (53-52). Woudstra, Orange City,, sophomore, spearheaded (he; Raider attack and led North- * western In the scoring department with 23 points. Gregg Bosch pulled In 16, and Dave Aalbers added 12. Tom Lauritsen of the Vikings claimed 21 while Brian Traylor collected 10. Northwestern has had a poor .shooting record from the free throw line, and In this game only connected with 17 out of 32 while Dana hit 25 out of 35. Connecting with 30 of 68 shots, the Raiders had a 44% scoring record while Dana hit only 22 of 72. The Vikings did grab 53 rebounds to the Raiders 48. loses 72-60 By Phil Relnders Boyden-Hull Comets I strong second half and scoring spree by Reuvers to defeat the I Dutchmen 72-60 In the of Siouxland Confer"Comets scored 51 I in the second half as (itch scored only 35 Dutchmen led at the e first quarter 17 to at the half 25 to 21 I the City Bowling Ass'n. • League-Standings as |iary,10, i — Wins 103 99 96 82 78 76 72 72 64 58 behind the scoring of Brad and Tom Van Rooyen who scored 10 and six points respectively Boyden-Hull .was led by Jerry Reuvers with 9 .and Paul Landman with 6. Boyden-Hull completely dominated the second half and led at the end of three quarters 45 to 39. Reuvers contri- butal 23 of the 24 points they scored. They continued their dominance In the fourth quarter to run the final score to 72-60 in their favor. Paul Landman added 16 points with Craig Meyn adding 10. FG FT PF Scott Dunlop 3 1-1 0 Brad Van Rooyen 5 4-4 5 Jon Klinghagen 1 0-0 0 Tom Van Rooyen 5 2-3 4 Todd Surber 4 0-1 4 D. Zeutenhorst 2 0-1 0 Mark Vellinga 2 0-0 5 Mike Verdoorn 41-43 Dan De Koter 0 0-0 1 Dave Hulsart 0 0-0 0 Little Knights top Remsen Fri. 66-47 By Lance Vogel.. ^ Score a record 114 over Briar Cliff Sat, The Red Raiders smothered Briar Cliff 114-90 to crack the school scoring mark of 113 last Saturday, Playing a fast offensive game on their own court, the Raiders placed six men in the double figures. The highly, publicized Briar Cliff charger, Fred' Karpuk established his new career scoring record for the Chargers (1361) by adding up 24 points. But the Raiders nveer let Briar Cliff have a breather. The half time score was 57-45 and it was Red Raiders all the way. Backed by good defensive play by Tom Ested, a 5'10" junior from Aurella Over shadowing somewaht the record by Karpuk was the offensive show the Raiders of Northwestern put on. Six Raiders scored in double figures, led by Tom Estes and Dave Aalbers with 21 each. The Raiders ran to a 57-45 halftime advantage in route to the win. Northwestern's full court press may have been one of the deciding factor sin the contest as the Chargers were guilty of 24 turnovers as compared to only 12 for the home five. In the rebounding department Northwestern held a decisive edge with 48 to Briar Cliff's 36. Leading the Raiders retrievers was Jim Woudstra pulling down 19. Backed by two wins in a row against Dana and Briar Cliff, the Raiders will take on rival Westmar at LeMars on Jan. 14. Ricky De Haan and Mark Mullenburg have been busy are in 4th grade at MOC and did their construction work in art class. NW Bosch Kempers Woudstra Estes Aalbers Vandej. Pql Town send FG FT PF 7 2-4 3 5 0-4 4 4-6 3-6 5-5 0-0 Mr. and Mrs. Earl De Jong Dale and Arlys were Friday evening guests at the John Rens home at Larchwood. Mr. and Mrs. Rens are the parents of their first child, a son, Jerry Lee, weighing 8 Ibs. 8 oz., born Dec. 28. The mother is the former Ruth De Jong. Mrs. P.A. De Jong, who had been with her daughter, returned home with the Earl De Jong family. Church leque Volleyball Having supper together at the Auto Dine Saturday even- Ing to celebrate the 16th birthday of Chuck Huygens which had been on Tuesday were the following: his parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Huygens, Adri and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Van Kalsbeek and Laura of Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Marley Grotenhuis and family of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Meetern and family of Matlock, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Oos- tra of Vermillion, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jeltema of Sioux Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloemendaal of rural Alton. The remainder of the evening was spent bowling. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Blom and Craig, accompanied by Miss Debbie Harmelink and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cleveringa of rural Alton spent the weekend with their sons, John Carl Blom and Lester Cleveringa at Ames. Thursday morning coffee guests at the Myron Van Peur- sem home near Alton were Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. Wilbur ttarmellnk,,Mrs. Larry Bloemendaal and Paula, Mrs. Adlen Mennlng and Kay and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol. Monday 1 afternoon coffee guests at the Earl De Jong home were Mrs. Henry Kamerman, Mrs.GerbenDeVrles, and Mrs. Art Kamerman of Sioux Center. Miss Ardls Mouw of Sutherland spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Arthur Mouw. Mr. FredGrein of Hartley was a Saturday and Sunday guest. Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel and Mrs. Harold Van Zandbergen were Monday afternoon guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Henry R. Vande Berg In Sioux Center where they had a get-together for their cousin, Mrs. Wm. C. Hayes of Germany. She was the former Geraldine Vande Berg. Also there was her mother, Mrs. Wm. R. Vande Berg of Sheldon. Miss De Ann Vande Hoef entered the Medical Institute of Minnesota at Minneapolis where she will be studying to be a lab technician. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vande Hoef brought her there on Friday and returned home again on Saturday. THE FLOYD FALCONS The Floyd Falcons held their December meeting at the NewWrk gym on Dec. 18th having their fathers as guests at the! 1 >nnual Christmas par' .\iter an evening of ,ri(l onskptball we held a s.iortbusiiKiss meeting, Afew reconl books were handed out and we filled out forms for our projects for the coming year. After the gift exchange a delicious lunch was served by our leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Lammert Roetman and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Korver. --Reporter, Randy Van Dyke GAY GARLANDS Locil /Ifm Guests in the home of Mrs. VernOn Mouw on Monday morning to help her celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Arle C. Noteboom, Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. Dick Van Gelder, Mrs.' Frank Vogel, Mrs. Norman Boonstra and Mrs. Bob Boonstra. Mr. and Mrs. John Vermeer eft last Monday for Lake- vorth, Florida where they will spend approximately one month. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Zandbergen attended the funeral services for their uncle, Mr. Wm.R.VandeBerg in Sheldon on January 1. <V>4-H CLUB XRr ACTIVITIES CLOVERTEENS •k Real Estate Life Insurance i's Upholstering ntland Harvestore sman Gravel 's Deep Rock Is' Blue Bunny Premium Feed Builders nt-Cambler Series-Tony Verdoorn- Games-Bob Van Engen- Tony Verdoorn-224 & Larry Bloemendaal-221; an Steenwyk-213; Russ. Peursem-210; Don Post Lynn Sorenson-207; Bob nan-205; Con Katje-200. ay League-Standings as 11, 1972. Wins ed Remsen's little Hawks last Friday night. The Knights^led the game in scoring. ' • The end of the first quarter score was 14-11. The Knights boosted their lead to 32-19 by, the end of the second quarter. It was a very strong second half for both teams and the score at the end of the third quarter was 48-32. The high scoring continued till the end of. the game score of 66-47. Louis Wynia led Unity's scoring with 27 points and Doug Van Hofwegen with 18 rebounds. Keyser Sikma Johnson Anderson Hup BRIAR CLIFF Karpuk Kriege Magennls Motz Bittner Neary Barnes Gleason Moody Canarsky 5 4-6 3 9 3-6 4 8 5-5 2 2 0-0 0 2 c 4-6 3 <J._4-4 0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 8 10 1 3 2 1 2 1 3 0 8-9 9-12 1-2 2-2 0-1 3-3 3-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 5 3 3 3 5 0 ; 1 0 4 1 W Cliff Oolman 28 Orville Kroese 25 Hank Jonker 27 Middleburg 27 3ernle Fedders • •••• 26 Alton 22 •X—Calvary Christian 18 Bob Van Gelder t < 16, Jerry Wielenga 14 Rick Roos 12 College Profs 11 American 10 Dover Alliance 9 Newklrk 7 Trinity 5 Gary Te Grotenhuis 5 L 5 5 6 •'6 7 11 •Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lang- slfaat went to Sioux City Tuesday to get Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vande Hoef from the airport. Th0y had spent two weeks in Sail' Fransisco visiting their daughter Greeta. 15,if .'. #"$ 17 i >,Mr.' ; and'Mrs. Jpfe-C. Klein- 19 he'sselink, Mr. and Mrs. Ring 21 Kleinhesselink and Mr. and 22 Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol at- 23 tended the 25th wedding anni- 24 versary Open House for Mr. 23 and Mrs. Tom Smit Monday 28 evening at the Reformed 28 Church in Maurice. Siouxland Conference 1st to Coast or Mans Abstract udstra Market "ling Alley 1 Floor Covering cm Bureau Ins. State Bank S' Super Valu Appliance 104 100 98 90 90 88 75 58 50 47 Unity wins in last seconds over Remsen The Boyden-Hull Comets, winners of the recent Sioux- land Conference Holiday Tournament, remained undefeated as they took the initial lead in the Conference race by defeating Maurice-Orange City 72-60 in Friday nights opener. The George Bluejays kept pace with the leader by turning back Central Lyon Series-Bill Foreman- Games-Arle Jasper-234; Boogerd-228; Ed Relnr 226; Bill Post-225; Don 225-212; Bill Mullen- 223; Bud Van Otterloo- B !U Foreman-204-200- ™g Brunsting-207; Earl '203-201. ! <ty League-Standings January 6, 1972. Wins 98 96 80 72 60 50 Ready Mix Finishes 4 R Performance ;e Motors Sioux eykes True Value Game and Post 198.545. Series- Tournament starts r Hth and runs »P» March 4th, Team en- mu st be completed on or e February Hth, No -may e nt e r after the 01 me tournament, lE N's LEAGUE istra f Valu Bank r rles fstna cot Total 0 47 47 46 42 36 36 35 35 34 3 4 4 2 2 Q 3 I 2 4 28 24 23 Jeltema. By Lance Vogel Unity did it again last Friday night as they won their third game in a row by two points in the last five seconds of the game '-- this time against Remsen St. Mary's. The entire game was very close as the lead changed hands back and forth. Harley Broek was the high scorer for Unity with 16 points and Ed Katje following close with 13. The Knights out rebounded the Hawks as Unity pulled down 46 and Remsen 29. Greg Jeltema took down 12 and Harley Broek 11, along with the rest of the team taking their share. It was a crucial fourth quarter as the Hawks led by two to four points, until a minute and 36 seconds, when the Knights tied at 54-54. A turn over by the Hawks gave Unity the ball until Harley Broek got into the clear and put one in which brought the score to 56-54 with three seconds left on the clock. Unity is now number one in Quad County Conference. Dutchmen JV's win over Boyden-Hull By Jay Dorschner Recently the Dutchmen won easily over the Comet team from Boyden-Hull 74-60. Dyke Jeff Van Rooyen lead In scoring with 17 followed by Jtm Siebersma and Brad Roos shooting 14, Roos also puljed down 14 rebounds. Doug Da Haan sacked 13 points and grabbed *° rebounds, Rod De Jong came off the bench and •cored ISpolnts-TlroVeUJnga Scott SlromeUnk and Gerry Bomgaars also contributed w|tt> 9 points each, The Dutchmen won their flrst Stouxland Conference game, Next week the Dykes M-OC frosh squeak by Boyden-Hull Fri. By Jim Rowenhorsfr The M-OC freshmen squeeked past the Boyden- Hull freshmen Friday by the score of 32-30. The teams seemed pretty well matched at the end of the first quarter when the score was 11 to 11. The Comets then nosed ahead and when the teams went out for half-time Boyden-Hull lead 20-17. At the end of the first half the Dutch had put in 7 buckets making 25% of the shots. There were 17 rebounds with Van Otterloo leading with 7. After a tough defensive game by both teams the third quarter ended with the Comets up by one, 27-26. The M-OC freshmenbattled on and took over the lead with 2:23 left In the game 31-29. From there on until the end of the game M-OC threw the ballaway 6 times, traveled once, and fouled 3 times, making two of the stars, Van Otterloo and De Jong foul out, Out of the five free-throws Boyden-Hull shot in those last minutes they made only one to make the score 31-30 M-OC leading with 40 seconds left. The Dutch tried to stall it out but lost the ball with 26 seconds to go. Boyden-Hull raced down the floor, shot, and mjssed. Mike Bierma came; up with the rebound along with a Comet. Jump ball and Mike tipped to Pals, who was fouled with 8 seconds still on the c,lock,^e missed the free -throw but Don MuldeV ^ M,QC «ot »rebound and put It back up, 53-39. Rock Valley, winner over Akron 79-65, and West Lyon by beating Sioux Center 75-66, also share in early lead. The Conference race, a short seven game schedule, will resume next Friday night with Akron at George, Maurice-Orange City at Central Lyon, Sioux Center at Boyden-Hull and West Lyon at It was no good again but Rock Valley, this time Mike Bierma grab- The standings: W L bed the rebound and was soon Boyden-Hull 1 0 fouled. Mike put the free throw George 1 0 in and the game was over. Rock Valley 1 0 M-OC 32 Boyden-Hull 30. West Lyon 1 0 The Freshmen are now 4-2 Akron 0 1 for the season and will meet Central Lyon 0 1 Central Lyon at Rock Rapids M-OC 0 1 Friday, January 14. Sioux Center 0 1 jiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiMiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiHiuiiimiuHiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii The Cloverteens 4-H Club held its Christmas Party on December 4. Seventeen members, two leaders and three visitors attended the party. We went bowling at Sweet 16 Lanes In Le Mars. Later we went to the Pizza Hut. At the Pizza Hut we exchanged gifts and had lunch. We decided we would all try to attend the Award Banquet and Conference on December 27. Reporter, Ann Buckley. SILVER SLIPPERS The Silver Slippers 4-H Club met at the home of VicW Solsma on December 27th at 1:30 p.m. for our Christmas party. As soon as we were all there we left for the Orange City bowling alley. After we got back we had the Pledge of Allegiance led by Kathy Reekers and then business. When all business was Jtaken care of we had the 4-H Pledge and our $1.00 gift exchange. Vickl Solsma and her mother served a delicious lunch. We will undertake sewing for the year of 1972. —Reporter, Vicky Huisman On December 18, the Gay Garlands 4H Club held their Christmas party In the Farm Bureau Building. The meeting began with our president Carla Mulder who called the meeting to order and the pledge to the U. S. Hag by Nora De Haan. Roll Call: "A Christmas food I enjoy as part of our family" was answered by 21 members and 3 leaders. One visitor was present. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given. For business we discussed the upcoming year in 4H which was followed by installation of officers. The meeting was adjourned after which we opened our presents. For recreation we went bowling at the American Legion Bowling Alley and when we returned lunch was served by the Christmas party committee. Reporter—Debbie Pennlngs Is now the time to refinance loans Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Roetman from Boyden visited in Orange City on Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Sloth- ouber at the Heritage Home and also with Mrs, H.J. Hubers. Important Announcement From: Farmers Coop Elevator Orange City Maurice 50 Ibs. of Pig with just 50 Ibs. of Tail Curlers! Wayne 30" For many farmers and" . ..ranphers this.could be the, right time to put credit ob, ligations on a more favorable basis. We'd like to show you how a Land Bank loan can make your debt easier to manage, yet provide flexibility for the future. LTYNDBTVNK i //J.JM/////S/// • Jay I. Mann, Mgr. Jim A. Heimes, Ass't Mgr. Sheldon, Iowa All-New! Now! Wean your pigs for top results every time—with all-new Wayne Tail Curler Junior, the ideal supplement for sow's milk. Gets pigs on dry feed early, makes for strong starts. Follow with new highly fortified Wayne Tail Curler Pig Starter with the quality protein that builds 50 pound pigs fast* Do thji whole job with just 50 pouWdg ?;i <!f Tail Curlers! " *" Feed for the difference innovations make. Feed Wayne. From Allied AVI I Is: TTDQffl INNOVATORS 2 Home Games Sat., Jan. 15 \ ' Northwestern Red Raiders y vs See us for a midwinter tune-up with our New AC Diagnostic Equipment Battery the travel to Rock Rapids to face a tough conference match, the Central Lyon Wildcats, 84 amp -• B-year guarantee Waa$44.95 NOW 32, 7J OnHJghwfy JO with Phillips 66 It's performance that counts I We give AAA service Ht-W SEWCt Orange City Concordia • Jan. 19 Dordt • Games at 7:30 Prelim games at 5:30 Admissions Adults $2.00 Students (7th & up), $1.00 1st thru 6th 500 P re-school .... .. Free • College Auditorium THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 13, 1972--7

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