I iws of yesterday fad Schools Hews EARS AGO scout candidates of City's Troop 208 will their exalted badges sday at a special Eat Awards HonorCourt own Hall. Those rewards are Fred Bloe- sob Sehoep, Mark Larry Keith and Coft- beek, openlngactlvltlesare eld today at Orange ew beauty shop, the salon, operated by rande Brake and Twlla ord 1.360 bowlers en- 1962 Bowling Tour- at the American Leuling Alley In Orange ordlng to managers Vrles and Ray Wie- tourney ended last at midnight In ahec- h. A total of $6,826 In oney went out to the Local bowlers were ark and Nels Mullen- ark took second In the . Top local bowlers arl Clark and Nels urg. Clark took second ngles competition with rlow of Spencer. Clark lentmrg placed second doubles events with a 1,326. YEARS AGO .OOO to $20,000 remod- oject to provide more i the bulging Maurice- 1 s in the advanced plan- School board a at Maurice recent- the "go-ahead" to the which they have con- for several years, sioux City architect, uttier, Is now at work actual remodeling J service of dedication new Sioux Union Miss Home here will beheld Feb. 1, at 2 p.m. Flrst Reformed church". operty where the home ted was donated by Mrs. Bozeboom and the late eboom. Valued at app- tely $22,000, the home furnished and ready cupance by returning arles of the Reformed i In America. Miss Jean oil, a former mlss- to Japan, will be the first occupant. and Mrs. Bob Dunlop en chosen to represent ommunity as the "Duke chess of Orange City", City's annual Mardi ln March. YEARS AGO Orange City men have Sleeted to offices of Sigil, social fraternity, at te University of Iowa. are Peter Van Cosi and Norman Plender. rdlng to a report ng this office Tuesday a small herd of deer, to be from eight to In the herd were no- •grazlng on the Harold esselink farm Just north nge City. ctlve Febr. 1, Lowell has been named man' the Orange City Co- Co., succeeded Arie r Lugt who resigned the 0 move to Grand Hap- en., where other mem- 01 this family reside. |r twenty-two hundred visited Sioux Motor OW room last Friday urday to visit the new >rd on display for two Although the many new es of the new car drew arable attention, prob- outstanding eye- feature of the new »as the placing of the vk cap which is now ° the number plate on nter of the rear frame car, r « seems to be quite « discussion among lo- n fers right now, you In the springtime "~ whether a man is Just toy or "just efficient" « buys one of those alle golf carts. Our good t , x 4Bu »l«ner, local as just purchased one Jo-dads, and a few of pstaging a twenty- w watch on him to see 0 ". A few of them -DOC" i S getting carr y ai ><j Mrs, Roy ner Uin6d 1 " 8 ln V nn M /' and Mrs. d 83 * 0th ann l ve r* a own 15th anni, AGO As a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fedders and Donley, a surprise was given at their home Wednesday evening. The Fedders family will move March to the Henry Luchtenburg farm northwest of Orange City. A deal was made Saturday whereby John R. Eerkes became sole owner of Pure Food Grocery. He bought out the Vander Ploeg Interests owned by Stanley and Freeman Vander Ploeg. 30 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Jim Korver are the happy parents of a daughter. She weighed 7 bis. and has been named Mary Louise. The Board of directors of the Farmers Co-op Oil Ass'n at Orange City met Monday evening to consider a number of applications received for the job of station manager being vacated by Wm. Schalekamp who joins John Van Peursem in the Hatchery business. The first actual pictures of the Pearl Harbor raid by the Japs are being shown at the Palace Theatre in Alton this weekend. More Sioux county men made themselves available for war Monday when 1567 men between the ages of 20 and 45 years registered at various communities for future draft calls. St. Mary's parish of Alton held its annual bazaar last Monday and Tuesday evenings .with a large crowd in attendance both nights. Two $25 defense bonds and a ton of coal were given as prizes. Lunch and fancywork were sold by the women of the parish. The proceeds will be used for the decorating of the church. Services held for Mrs. A. Oordt Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Sat. Jan. 29 at the Christian Reformed Church at Hospers for Mrs. Andrew A. Oordt,75, nee Hattie Poppema, a long time resident of the Hospers community. She died Jan. 26 at the St. Jose-ph Hospital, Sioux City. After a falling accident and having had surgery. She had been a resident of the Heritage House nursing home for 3| years. Interment was at the Hospers Cemetery. Pallbearers were Arthur Oordt, Audley Tensen, Kim Spradling, Eugene Den Hartog Roger Poppema, and Larry Poppema. Special music was by Auley Tensen who sang, "The Lord's My Shepherd" and "Precious Lord Take My Hand" accompanied by Mrs. Morris Scholten. Mrs. Oordt was born Feb. 14, 1896 at Hospers and was married May 18, 1915. She is survived by two daughters, (Tillie), Mrs. Harry Tensen of Hull, (Margaret), Mrs. Peter Blom, of Orange City; 5 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Two brothers survive, Bill Pop- pema of Sheldon and Steve Poppema of Hospers. Four brothers preceded her in death. Also preceding her in death were her husband in February, 1968 and one daughter. Officiating at the funeral service Saturday was Rev. Edward Blankespoor and arrangements by Van Etten Funeral Home. Russ Vcmde Brake sues for rent Russ Vande Brake has filed suit against Frank Katje for $8,000 in back rent and a note for $10,000 in connection with the Sav-On Grocery Discount Store. Vande Brake is also asking that Katje pay the promissory note at Northwestern State Bank on which a balance of $15,128.58 Is still due or secure the note in some other way, Vande Brake is a co-signer, Says Vande Brake, '1 don't «•• ..v to force Frank out but I want my rent and have another opportunity to rent," Lambert Hollinga to appear on TV This past week Lambert Hollinga received an Invitation from Lester Linklighter of K'M-E-G TV Channel 14 to appear on hls M Outdoors With Les" program. As the title indicates, the 30-mlnute program deals with all sorts of hunting and fishing activities, and the subject of this particular one deals with ice fishing. The show will be taped in advance and will be aired on Thursday (tonight) evening at 6;30 p.m. OC CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1. This week Friday, Feb. 4, five pupils from each of grades 3-8 will be competing for 1st place In our school's spelling contest. The winners in each grade will represent our school In the Northwest Iowa Christian School Interscholastic Spelling contest scheduled for Sat., Feb. 19 In Hull Christian School. 2, Last week Friday our girl's Basketball team played Sioux Center Christian girls, winning by a score of 44-22 with all squad members seeing action. Last Saturday morn- Ing the boys met Sioux Center In two games. Our B squad won by a score of 21-11 but our squad lost by eight points, 40-32. This week Wed. away games scheduled. Wed. evening we will meet Sheldon Chr. with the girl's game at 7:00 followed by one boys game at 8:00. On Saturday both teams will travel to Sanborn Chr. with the girls game at 9:30 a.m.; the boys will play at 10:30 a.m. 3. On Wednesday, Feb. 9 pupils from grades 6-8 will be competing In our school's annual Interscholastlc contests. Three choirs will begin the activities at 7:00 p.m. This will be followed by several vocal ensemble groups. Other •events to follow, running simultaneously, Include piano solos, Instrumental solos and ensembles, Interpretive and memory speech, both prose and poetry. First place winners in each event will compete In the Northwest Iowa Chr. School Interscholastlc Contest on Friday, Feb. 25 at Western Christian High. FLOYD VALLEY The Floyd Valley High School Debate team finished a strong third at the District Debate Tournament held In Anita this past weekend. Participating Class B schools were number three ranked Anita, number five ranked Manson, number nine ranked Carroll Junior High (Freshmen), Knoxvllle, Lake City, and Wall Lake. After three rounds the final tabulations looked like this: W L 1. Anita 6 0 2. Lake City 5 1 3. Floyd Valley 3 3 4. Wall Lake 3 3 5. Manson 2 4 6. Carroll Junior 2 4 7. Knoxvllle Junior 0 G Floyd Valley losses came at the hands of Anita, Manson, and a one point loss to Lake • City. Floyd Valley wins came over Knoxvllle Junior, Carroll Junior, and Wall Lake. Anita and Lake City move on to State Competition. Debaters for Floyd Valley were Dan Harmelink (Junior), JayFri- edrlchsen (freshman), Kim Friedrlchsen (junior), and Cheryl Van't Hof (freshman). ALTON ST MARY Monday, Jan. 31, grades 4 through 8 were Informed that they were to enter a science fair planned to be held on March 18 and 19. Science director, Sister Kathleen Hanlon, Is in charge of the fair. The science fair Is an exhibit of student-made science projects. The student may choose a project which pertains to any phase of science. Grades 7 and 8 are taking part In an essay contest. "Stand Up For American" was the subject chosen by the American Auxiliary and must be five hundred words or more. "Combating Drug Misuse" is the title of the speech to be given in April by grades 5 through 8. This speech Is to be memorized by the students and given for teachers and parents. There will be a number of pins with a runner up trophy and a winner's tro- phy for the best speeches given. Reporters: Jeanne Hansen and Kathy Kellen SAINT ANTHONY-SAINT MARY The 8th grade Celtics were handed their fourth straight loss Jan. 29 In a 49-39 decision favoring Remsen. Bob Dehner, high scorer, made 14 points, Dave Berding, 10 points, John Streff and Mike Her rig, 7 and 6 points respectively, George Frled- mann, two points. Half time score was 25-28, In favor of Remsen. The 7th grade Celtics again sparked a win over the Hawks Jan. 29 in a 39-10 decision. Kevin Hatting popped In 14 points as leading scorer. Roger Dykstra was next in line with 11 points and Doug Schmlt with 8. Tim Mousel scored 4 Points and Jim Henrich put In two points. The St. Mary's Celtics struggled Sunday afternoon before posting a 23-36 loss, to the St. Joseph Cardinals of Granville. The 8th Celtics are now 0-5. For Granvllle, the leading scorer wasjlonnie Kreber with 20 points. For the Celtics It was Bob Dehner with 7 points, followed by Harvey Probst with 5 points, George Frledmann 4, John Streff, 3, and Dave Berding and Mike Herrig with 2 points apiece. Half time score was 18-20 in favor of Cards. The 7th Grade, using their ability to great advantage, beat the Cards in a 50-23 decision making their record 4-1. Leading scorers were Kevin Hatting with 17 big points, the most he's had all season, Roger Dykstra with 10 points, Jerry Plagge 8, Doug Schmit, 5, Jim Henrich, 3, Dave Schmlt, Rick Homan, and Steve Jungers 2 points apiece, and Tim Mousel 1 point. Halftime score was 14-13, and the 50 points raked in represent the most scored in any game this season for the Celtics. Reporter: Dan Vortherms. CRAZY DAYS Feb. 3-4-5-7 tttes - Teh. 3 and 7 Mr, and Mrs. Henry Van zandschulp and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul attended the 35th anniversary of Mr. ana Mrs, RJch Reiser at Sheldon on Monday evening. 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