The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 6
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January 20, 1972

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

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Spalding Varsity Debate Team Rated First in State of Iowa 1 O . * ^. •» it. . .. f^l.~^ U.F krtttl Gehlen Game a Thriller Thp game between Spaldlng and Gehlen was so exciting at Us highest point that radio announcer Tim Morltn said a whole paragraph that no one could understand. His announcing, otherwise, was peppered with remarks. About Wayne Horkey came, "Horkey Is SOME KIND of a basketball player . . nobody can stop Horkey . . good athlete, Horkey . . . what a whale of a job he's done." His admiration for Wayne was equalled or over balanced In the last 57 seconds of the game by his "adoration for Gehlen's Deny Derocher who made four baskets In five seconds. What got Morlln so excited was that Derocher was so short and had been, until then, a relative nobody, and yet he proved himself In a few seconds. About the whole game, Mor- lln said " . . It's going to be a tough basketball game . . . this Is SOME KIND OF A BASKETBALL GAME. . . Holy cow, WHAT A BALL GAME. . . this game has been SOMETHING ELSE HERE TONIGHT." Al half-time the score was 37-36 In favor of Spaldlng, at third quarter the score was 42-41, Spaldlng still leading. Three minutes before the g:imp was over Spalding still hold the controls 71-68. Then Derocher discovered his athletic powers and the score rose to 75-74 and then to 78-75, the final score in favor of Gehlpn. --Jan & Marlene Klein, freshmen Spalditig Me* first-Place Trophy by both judges and speaker points At the spencer Invitational Debate Tournament Spalding took first place trophy in the A-dlvlslon with a 7-1 ta ly and 60 speaker points, Tim Shea and Bill Schumacher, affirmative speakers, were the only undefeated 2-man team In the tournament, They beat Carroll Kuemper, Carroll Public, Sioux City East, and Spencer. Negative debaters Jane Ney and Sharon Youngers defeated Spencer, Esthervllle, Denlson, and lost one round to Spencer. In the novice division a Spaldlng team compiled a 5-3 record. Affirmatives Gary Hansen and Pam Zenk won two rounds and lost two while negatives Jeanne Haupert and Russel Herrig won 3 and lost 1 round. Spaldlng 1* tops In Iowa! That was the result of the annual Iowa high school debate poll published this week In the Des Molnes Register. Ratings are made each week under the auspices of the Iowa High School Speech Association with a board of high school coaches acting as jurors. Sister Mary MericJ, debate coach at Spalding, is a member oftheClass-BJury. The Spaldlng varsity has brought home four trophies so far this season. Sutherland and at the cer meets they earne/TvirJ debate championships. captured second at i,a ut( and took a quarter-finalm, phy atVermllllon.Thelro, all debating record 1 20 losses. The Spaldlng 'Inhalers Bill Schumacher ami Shea, affirmative; a.1 Youngers and Jane gatlve. Spalding Spotlight Spaldlng High School January 20, 1972 Alton-Granville-Hosperl Hay Readers Win Superior Athletic Staff Members of the Spaldlng th e famous play by Edmond cast of "CyranodeBergerac" Rostand. Taking part were won a superior rating at the Jim Jonas, Paul Penning, CYO contest, Sunday. Steve Streff Kay Konz, and Participating in the cate- Tim Shea. They will receive gory of Readers Theatre, the medals and the CYO plague cast presented excerpts from on Awards Day in April. Hats off to THE THREE MEN who endure tlm (rial and tribulations of high school boys: Coach Bleveil Freshmen; Coach Ellwanger, J. V's; Coach Komm»i| varsity. Negatives Sharon Youngers and Jane Ney, affirmatives Tim Shea and Bill Schumacher. Tape-up Girls: Making just one of the many posters that decorate the halls and gym of Spalding are Varsity Cheerleaders Kay Konz and Linda List. Bring Home Another Spalding brought home Its fifth debate trophy this season by entering the quarter finals at Vermillion, Saturday. Out of 26 two-man teams, Spaldlng was one of eight to battle its way to the'finals. The tournament was sponsored by the University of South Dakota. Accompanying the debaters were Dennis Smid and Dale Goergen, both juniors at St. John's University and former Sralding debaters. Dennis, who has participated In two years of college debate, was one of the judges at the contest. Another team, Julie Holies, Cindy Penning, Russell Herrig, and Jeanne Haupert debated at Lake City. r- f" Services held for Mrs. G. De Vries Funeral services for Mrs. George De Vries, Sr. age 83, who passed away Saturday Jan. a at Heritage House Nursing Home were held Monday, Jan. 10 at 1:30 P.M. at the First Christian Reformed Church with Rev. J. B. Hulst officiating. Burial was at West Lawn Cemetery under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. Jennie Siebersma was born Feb. 12, 1888 in the Netherlands, came to America as a child. She was married March 1, 1906. Her husband preceded her in death, April 20, 1964. The family farmed until 1943 when they moved to Orange City, Iowa. Survivors are Mrs. Ben (Lucy) Fedders of Orange City; Elmer of Alton; Steven of Watson, Minn., Mrs. Henry (Etta) Harmelink of Hospers; Marion of Orange City; Cor- . nelius of Alton; Frank and George, Jr. of Orange City; 32 grandchildren; 33 great- grandchildren and 1 great- great grandchild; two brothers, Mr. Steve Siebersma of Chicago, 111., Mr. Peter W. De Jager of Maurice; three sisters, Mrs. Gerrit Kroeze, Mrs. John Kampstra of Orange City and Mrs. Charles Kuhl of Slayton, Minn. Pallbearers were, Elmer De Vries, Marion De Vries, Frank De Vries, Steven De Vries, Cornelius De Vries, and George De Vries. Music was furnished by Mrs. Bernard Fedders, Mrs. Merlyn Plender and Mrs. George Vander Kamp with Mrs. Henry Visser as organist. Gospel concert at NW January 22 The Messengers, a gospel quartet .from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is sponsoring a gospel concert to be given Saturday, January 22 at the Northwestern College Auditorium. The World Famous Blackwood Family, including the Blackwood Brothers Quartet from Memphis, Tennessee and the Blackwood Singers from Nashville, Tennessee, will be singing. The Blackwood Brothers is considered by many to be the best known name in gospel music In the world. The group was formed in 1934 and has "traveled more miles, sung to more people, and sold more records than any other gospel singing organization." The Blackwood Brothers have been recording for RCA Victor records for twenty years and have sold 3,000,000 phonograph albums. The Blackwoods first came to national prominence in 1954 when they won the Arthur Godfrey Talent Scout Show on the CBS TV and Radio newworks. Shortly after this they lost two members in a tragic crash but, coming back from this disaster, returned to the Godfrey Show on NBC and Tennessee Ernie Ford's ABC network show. In addition they have had their own syndicated show on over 60 TV Stations across the United States. Their latest TV network appearance was on the Johnny Cash Show on ABC TV along with Billy Graham. Tickets are available at L & K Clothing, Kraal Furniture and De Vries Interiors. They will also be available at the door. NOTICE The Women's Auxiliary of Northwestern College will hold their regular meeting on Mon., Jan. 24, at 1:30 p.m. at the American Reformed Church. The program will be in charge of Deputation Team from NW College. All women are invited to attend. The American Legion Aux. will meet next Tuesday evening at 7:45 in the home of Mrs. Paul Den Hartog. Local Ne\ Mrs Roger Droog gave a F ty for her new neighbors her home last week Wednes The party honored Mrs. Jansen, Mrs. Bob Schelllt! Mrs. Gerald Bruxvoort, The ^000 year old way to completely relax firemen face realistic fires during training Stan Van Otterloo, center, acting fire chief, and John Zeutenhorst, acting assistant fire chief being set upon by a multitude of crises during the fire control training period last Thursday night. The basic problem posed was fighting a fire that theoretically broke out on Orange City's main business street when a gasoline transport and a propane truck collided. Fire departments from eight area towns were called in, Sioux Center's equipment was recalled, however, when a fire broke out on the Dordt campus. To make the exercise even more hectic a tornado was reported sighted southwest Eight people were theoretically injured, given emergency treatment and taken to To'make 1 the evening complete the firemen were called to rush a pregnant woman to the hospital. .,..,_ j. , n All In all It was a busy night for the firemen. The instructor told them at 10 p.m. they had the situation under control. It was the fourth evening the firemen attended the training course presented by Iowa State University's Engineering Extension. 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 20, 1972 FOR SALE Real Estate, 320 Acres Henry F. Groetken Estate 1) NE{ AND E| NWi Sec 10, Twp 93N. Range 45W., Plymouth County, Iowa, 240 acres, 1? miles east of Struble, Iowa Corner, Improved — good buildings --on blacktop road. Possession 3-1-72. 2) E} SE^ Sec 10, Twp. 93N, Range 45 West Plymouth County, Iowa. 80 acres. 2 miles east and { mile south of Struble, Iowa Corner, Possession 3-1-72. 3) Red tile building in Struble, Iowa, south side of Main Street. Good state of repair -- Immediate possession. Contact: Henry A. Ahlers, Exec. Henry F. Groetken Estate Le Mars, Iowa Telephone 546-4175 The ancient Romans knew steam soothed as well as deep-cleaned. 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