The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 1
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January 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 1

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HOAG & SONS SPRINGPORT Ml CM IdAM 37th Year - No. 8 ORANGE CITY, IOWA January 20, 1972 Pianists in next Concert Series Janice Van Arb is named F-V Betty Eugene Bossart and Charles Fisher, duo-pianists, will appear in concert on Jan. 25, 1972 at 8:00 P.M. in the Dordt Crocker Homemaker for 72 cent!?! rickets "may be Youngest father at the Father-Daughter Banquet sday night was Dwayne Plender shown here with daughter Ronna. She is-holding the cupcake he was n as an award for the distinction. Janice Von Arb has been named Floyd Valley's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for 1972. She was The father awarded a cupcake for having attended the most Father-Daughter mquets was Dr. A. Bushmer — who has attended "more than 20." With him this ar Is his daughter Cheryl Plender (mother of Ronna above). Oldest father at the banquet was Andy Vogel who, when asked by The CAPITAL porter what his age- is, replied, "I'm the same age as you are." "Oh, 39?" at's close enough!" said'Andy. His daughter Margaret, Mrs. Roger Roghair, is 'ting with him. Her daughter Sheri is holding the cupcake. Joe Kreykes dlscusslng Announced this week that he has sold his store to Marion. Joe has s?ff!S chosen on the basis of her score in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by senior girls on Dec. 7, and will receive a specially designed award charm from General Mills, sponsor of the annual educational program. Additionally, she is now eligible for state and national honors. " The State Homemaker of Tomorrow, to be selected from all school winners In the state in Judging which will center on performance in the Dec. 7 test, will be awarded a $1,500 college scholarship. Her school will receive a complete set of Encyclopaedia Britannica from Encyclo- paedia Britannica, Inc. A scholarship of $500 will go to the second-ranking girl in the state. This April, the 51 Betty Crocker Homemakers of Tomorrow representing every state and the District of Columbia -- each accompanied by a faculty advisor -- will be given an expense -paid educational tour of Colonial Williamsburg, Va., and Washington, D,C. Personal observation and interviews during the tour, added to the earlier state-level judging results, will culminate in the announcement of the 1972 Betty Crocker All-Amerlcan Homemaker of Tomorrow at the conclusion of the tour. Her scholarship will be increased to $5,000, with those of three runners-up statejand.nay.6nal Homemakers'-of Tomorrow, a special $1,000 Nutrition Scholarship has been added to the Betty Crocker Search program this year. To earn this award, a girl must be planning a college major in nutrition or a related field, rank among the highest in her state in the overall Search examination and achieve the top score, from those meeting the first two criteria, on the test's nutrition questions. During the 18 years since the program's inception, enrollment has totaled over eight and one-quarter million, and, with this year's grants, scholarship awards will reach almost $2 million. chased at the door for this Sioux County Concert Series. Evaluated as the most promising duo-pianists on the horizon today, Bossart and Fisher will-perform a variety of scores which will be of interest to the piano music buff. The concert will include works by Zipoli-Scionti, Mozart- Busonl, Poulenc, Brahms, Lutoslawski and Rachmaninoff. Mr. Bossart is professor of accompanying and vocal lit- terature at the University of Michigan. He was born in Erie, Pa., and after graduation from high school, was accepted as a scholarship student at Curtis Institute of Music where he played for and studied with Felix Salmond and Efrem Zimballst. He joined the faculty at the University in 1954 and each year tours the United States with such artists as Dorothy Maynot, Theodor Uppman, Brian Sullivan and Robert Merrill. Charles Fisher Is professor of piano at the University of Michigan and was born in Paw - huska, Oklahoma. He sudied at the Kansas City Conservatory with Wictor Lebunski and with Joseph Brinkman and Benning Dexter, both at the University. Mr. Fisher has toured throughout the Midwest both as soloist and accompanist. He is also harpsichordist with the Michigan Baroque Trio. Duo-pianists Eugene Bossart and Charles Fisher. Area Schools Hews Mrs. Richard (Kathy) Thomson is iniating a new 4-H program for town youth starting this week. Kathy and her husband live in Remsen, wh,ere her husband is employed with Mid-Sioux Opportunity. Kathy graduated from college is 1969 and taught school in Rockford, 111. for one year. now aiming at town youth The 7th and 8th grade boys of Hospers Christian School basketball team have played two of their seven scheduled games for this season. They won their first game against Sibley on Jan. 6th with a score of 48-20. On Jan. 12th they played against Sheldon and lost that game with a close score 'of 29'-27. The" schedule for the ; remaining games to be 1 played is as follows: Friday-Jan. 21st at 2 p.m. against Ocheyedan at the Sheldon Christian School. Thursday-Jan. 27th at 7 p.m. against Ireton at Hospers. Friday-Feb. 4 at 2:45 p.m. against Lebannon at Sioux Center; Friday-Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. against Sanborn at Sanborn. Saturday-Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. against Ireton at Ireton. 4-H is expanding. Where it once involved primarily farm youth, it is now moving to serve all youth between the ages of 9 and 19 regardless of place of residence. In keeping pace with this County Extension Council meets The Sioux County Extension Council held their organizational meeting Wednesday evening, January 12, at the Orange City Community Building. Officers selected for 1972 are Henry Moret of West Branch Township as Chairman; S. Earl De Jong of Holland Township as Vice-Chairman; Mrs. Al Broek, Welcome Township, Secretary; and Gordon Miller of Garfield Township, Treasurer. Other members of the Council are; Jack Borchers, Buncombe; Marvin Van't Hul, Capel; Stanley Yates, Center; Bill Kool, Eagle; Ed Hansen, East Orange; Kenneth Korver, Floyd; Edgar Jager, Grant; Gerrit Jansen, Lincoln; Jim Easton, Jr., Logan; Willis Van Kalsbeek, Lynn; Bob Bonnecroy, Nassau; Gerrit Roskam, Plato; Wendell Toenjes, Reading; Hubert Landegent, Rock; Jake Van Beek, Settlers; Edgar Vermeer, Sheridan; Gordon Brink, Sherman; Lawrence Baartman, Sioux; and Bob Trageser, Washington. The responsibility of the Council is to cooperate with Iowa State University in conducting Extension educational activities in Sioux County. trend, SioUx County is initiating a new 4H program for town youth. Kathleen Thomson, extension aide for Sioux County, will be visiting elementary schools this week inviting all young people who were at least 9 by September 15 or in the 4th grade to join 4H. The opportunity to "learn by doing" is the basic idea behind the 4H concept. With the assistance of volunteer leaders, 4H members will learn practical skills through a wide variety of projects and demonstrations at club meetings. Town clubs will offer a variety of projects. Some of the projects available are Small Engines, Bicycle, Garden, Dog, Conservation, Entomology, Camera, Rabbit, and Ecology. Organizational meetings will be held in Orange City at the public elementary school on Monday, January 24, at 4:00 p.m., and at the elementary school in Maurice on Wednesday, January 26, at 4:00 p.m. All prospective members and their parents are urged to attend. For further information concerning town 4H clubs, please contact Gary Breden- steiner or Kathleen Thomson at the Sioux County Extension Service in Orange City, OC CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Two practice teachers from Dordt began an 8 week session in our school on January 12. Mrs. Cathy De Young is working with Miss Fran Elenbaas in 4th grade and Mr. Peter Haverhals is teaching Junior High Language Arts with Mr. Dennis Eekhoff. Pupils in grades 3-8 are taking Iowa Test of Basic Skills this week. All Northwest Iowa Christian Schools coordinate their testing and obtain results as a school "system" so we can compare local scores with all area Christian schools. Many pupils in grades 3-8 are busy preparing for Interscholastic competition scheduled for various dates in February, Calendar Fri., Jan. 21-distribution of 2nd quarter report cards Sat., Jan. 22-Boys Basketball- Rock Valley Christian " School 1:30 P.M. at Unity gym. Frl., Jan. 28-Girls Basketball-Sioux Center Christian 4:00 P.M.-There. St. Mary-St. Anthony News CELTICS WIPE JAYS The seventh grade of St. Anthony-St. Mary opened up the new year with a victory over the seventh of Gehlen in a 33-21 decision. This marks up their record to 2-0. The offense pulled through to put one man, Doug Schmit, in double figures with 10 points. Kevin Hatting with 9 points, Roger Dykstra with 7 points. On'' the' opposite side of the court, Roger Dykstra using his height to good advantage, made the Gehlen five think twice. Tim Mousel brought in 5 points and Jerry Henrich two points. Half-time score was 15-9, with Celtice in the lead throughout the game. JAYS DOWN CELTICS The Celtics eighth grade team of St. Mary's has a perfect record of 0-2. In Friday night's game with Gehlen, Mike Herrig poured in 14 points, followed by JohnStreff and Bob Dehner with 7 points each. This accounted for two thirds of our scoring. Kevin Gnewuch brought in 4 points, Steve Auchstetter, 2 and Mark Klein, 1. Half-time score: 26-16. Final score: 58-38. CELTICS LOSE TO REMSEN The seventh grade lost to Remsen St. Mary's Sunday in a 27-22 decision. The first quarter Celtics led 7-2, at half-time 13-11. Kevin Hatting popped in 8 points making him leading scorer. Other scorers were Roger Dykstra with 7 and Steve Dykstra with 4. The Hawks defense held Doug Schrnit to 2 points and Jerry to 1, giving the seventh grade a record of 2-1. The team suffered 13 fouls. (Continued on page 2) Mwkets (on Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, la.) Corn 1.10 Oats 70 Beans 2.93 Top Hogs 25,25 Sows 20.50 Shown at the Orange City studio, now being completed, are KVDB radio station manager Don Broek, \eft, .and owner Buss Vande Brake. Boardcasts from the Orange City studio are scheduled to start Monday, Jan, 24, KVDB's announcer Marv Siebersma, left, will broadcast news daily from the Orange City studio from 9:15 until 10 a,m. With him is advertising salesman Gary De Haan.

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