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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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1 3ft I 'he Spalding Spartanettes ^^^^ Sue Heurtz, (row 3) Juli List, Karen Kellen, landy KeHen, RosTn™ lnda Dykstra Jane Key Sandy Zenk, and Lois Vortherms. Mr. John Ehrhardt greets the drill team. Spaldlng's new drill team was chosen to perform at Sie half ime In the CYO tournament Sunday at Storm Lake. Their oumtslgold vllure lumper, black velure shorts, white satin blouse, black ties and black boots -- were aid for partly by the students involved, partly by their parents' fund project and ,artly by a private source, Captain Linda Dykstra led the drill team in their final erformance Tuesday night. Highlight of that appearance was a special dSce step Tops in Iowa Third Week For the third-week-straight tops In Iowa, Spalding debaters notfched a perfect 8-0 win-loss record and placed first in Saturday's district debate tournament at Laurens, After the first three rounds of debate those teams with three loses were eliminated leaving only the top three squads, A final round of debating placed Spalding first followed by Sutherland and Laurens. Members of Spalding's winning squad were Bill Schumacher, Tim Shea, Janle Key and Sharon Youngers. They will debate in the State meet at Dowllng High School, Des Moines, February 12. Other debate teams in the district competition were Clay Central, Paullina, Laurens, Sutherland, Melvln, Hisevllle, Lincoln Central, andSchaller. Spalding Spotlight Spalding High School February 3, 1972 Alton-Granville-Hospers Four United For Christ sptldine takes Scholars (hint TTnltv Is a nerfprt tion without tho nni-anfc, rv,ni. *^ S* \ | think Unity is a perfect for our school. We are I in our love for Christ." | was the enthusiastic re- of a Unity Christian bmore speaking to the Sing student body, Tues- i| gwas Father Kollasch who ted the six students and j Marion D. Van Soelen, | principal and superin- Int, to Spalding to give a on the functioning of Christian High School. Ither Kollasch began the [ram with a prayer and a t introductory speech, in- iclng Mr. Van Soelen as Ine Christian with a fine ol." Mr. Van Soelen then a short speech comment- hat "a school Is only as as its students."He went i say that Unity is a pri- school run by a board rents who hire the teach- Mr. Van Soelen hieh- i ~«KVri« 'ft' -i£ti~if '<cir^.*d!kro _-i ed ates- on a • value system eas a public school can- At Unity that fundamental Is ". . . to do every- for Christ." Mr. Van in went on to say that y day all of us are temp) do the right things for frong reasons. The true stlan does it not for him- but for Christ. Not that (each religion all day, he classes are taught in Christian atmosphere'. : this value system it is "" ' to teach sex educa- Record DEEDS FILED '1 J. Muenzenmay & wf Illiam Leusink & wf L W I L 2, Blk 16, Hull a Vander Zwaag S gl lf y J. By is ma Ls C &. , S "W of L 1, Blk 2, 'son's Addn, Hull $1. "7 J. Bylsma & wf to e R. Marra & wf Ls C In Subd of L 1, Blk 2, 'son's Addn, Hull$l. ne R. Marra & wf to J - Bylsma & wf L 2, 3, Bouma's Addn, Hull L. Hamilton & wf Wrick Blom, Jr. & wf s » & 2, Blk 10, Alton "» Tolman & wf to Ber- J . Bomgaars & wf si 2, Blk 10, East Addn, P. McCarthy &»wf H - McC arthy etal Govt L 3 Ls * * 2 P. McCarthy & wf 11-94- mp - McCarthy & wf n ^5 McCa rthy etal \$ 3 ' Blk 22, WTL A*>n, Hwdn $1, De Hoef, wdw Van De Hoef 25-96-44 $1. Hoef ' wdw Hoef & w * rv .P| , Wdw " to & wf Pt st & wf tion without the parents making a big fuss, because they know that it is taught in this Christian atmosphere. After his presentation, Mr. Van Soelen introduced five Unity Christian students, 2 seniors, 2 juniors, and 1 sophomore. They gave some facts on the functions of the school, on the different departments, on their chapel sessions with other schools, on activity periods, on their student councils. "At Unity the teachers care enough about you to hear some of your problems ... at Unity you're not just another face in the croud," this and other comments like it were their boast. In the question-answer period that followed inquiries were made as to other activities and it was also brought out that because of the wide .^"spread geographical range of students^'some are oifih'e bus for an hour, every morning. It was learned that -the cost per student at Unity is around $700. Tuition per student comes to $395 for the first student in the family and is reduced for the second and third student. The remainder of the $700 is paid by churches and various donations. Mr. Van Soelen concluded the program saying that "Spalding is a fine school and you have a right to be proud of it." --Joe Schuver 23 wins in District In the CYO sectional speech contest, Sunday, 23 students from Spalding were certified to go on to the finals. Held at Spalding, the contest drew speech contestants from Heelan High School, Sioux City; St. Mary's, Remsen; Our Lady of Good Council, Fonda; and St. Mary's, Storm Lake. Judges of each category gave oral criticisms. Receiving a certified rating were Dennis Henrich and Dale Hansen in radio speaking, Bill Schumacher in extemporaneous speaking; Joe Schuver, Mary Friedman and Donna Pottebaum in dramatic acting. In interpretive prose, certification went to Sandy Zenk and, Jherejsa Hansen; in^or- atoricai declamation, to Linda Koster and Paula Becker; in Congratulations Speakers, Debaters, Coaches, Scholars, and Drill Team Spalding Four senior students from Spalding High School are among the 1,902 State of Iowa Scholars for 1972 recently announced by the Higher Education Facilities Commission. They are Larry Degen of Granville, Linda Koster of Alton, and Judy Schmit and Sharon Youngers of Hospers. As State Scholars, these students will receive honorary citiations from the Governor and the Commission and will have an opportunity to compete for some 300 monetary state scholarships toward their tuition at any Iowa college next year. , . ,— "State of Iowa Scholars are ter Nancy, Sister-RosaUta>--ipselected" on-the basis of high Father Kollasch and Sister .^school class rank and Ameri- Ronald. can College Test scores," Norman W. Kladstrup, exe- expository address, to Larry Degen; in book reviewing, to Rose Schumacher; in story telling, to Vallery Even, Marilyn Goergen; in interpretive poetry, to Cindy List and Ruth Reuter. Joni Marriott and Debbie Penning won certification in original oratory, Sue Heurtz, Bonnie Ricke, and Barb Meis in numerous acting; in story telling, Ann Konz and Edythe Ludwig. Play reading also received a one rating a short time ago. Headed by Sister Merici, the master craftsman, speech coaches are SlsterConstance, Mr. Efta, Mr. Ehrhardt, Sis- Bert Meendering & wf to Allan W. Meendering L 8, Blk 1 & L 13, Blk 9, Hull $1. H.B. Schwlesow & wf to Ron aid R. Finch & wf Pt L 4, Blk 10, Stickle's 1st Addn to Clpe $1. St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church, Hospers to Harley E. Grotenhuis Pt 3-95-43, Hospers $2600. Sophia K. Auchstetter & hs to Roberta A. Kokenge SW^ NW^ 11-95-43$!. Charles A. Auchstetter &wf to Pauline M. Von Arb SE| KW^ 1394-43 $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9967 Hattle Te Slaa, deceased Probate 9968 Vernon L. Wennblom, deceased Probate 9969 George F. Johnson deceased Probate 9970 Dores J. Reideman, deceased Probate 9971 Paulline Noo tenboom, Conservatorship DC 13958 Sharon Kay Vander Bok vs Lonnie Laackmann (Law) van- DC 13959 Russell Vande Brake vs Frank Katje (Law) John Kleinheksel, OC, Plymouth. Peter Henry Dekkers, Irtn, Chev. Elmer Raman, Hull, Pontiac. Joan C. Roelfson, Alton, Ford. Perry Grant Jager, Maurice Plymouth. Ronald Eugene Koele, OC, Plymouth. Doyle O. Carpenter, Hwdn, Buick. NEW TRUCKS Larry D. Rol, Sheldon, CMC. Elmer J. Kooi, Soo Cen, Chev, Y & D Leasing, Inc.SooCen Ford. Smlt & Son Packing, Bydn, International. For-Most Inc., Hwdn, Chev. Soo Valley Dist Co., Soo Cen,Chev. wfL 10 & 1, South Addn, NEW AUTOS Bill Paschall, Soo Cen, Lincoln. Dan Baker, Soo Cen, Ford. Bruce Allen Van Engen, Irtn, Chev. Marion Rus, RV, Chev. Cecil M. Pottebaum, Alton, Chev. James P. Mouser, Gran, Chev, Irwin Woudstra, Hospers, Buick. Karla Jean Koolker, Hull, Ford. Berend Tiedemann, nun, Ford. Richard L. Landman, Hun, Ford. John A. Van Zanten, Alton, Chev. Dennis Gergen, Alton, Chev. EJmer Winterfield,SooCen, Mercury. Mrs, Andy Rietsma ofSlay- ton, Minn., formerly of Hospers, was a patient in the Sioux Valley Hospital at Sioux Falls for observations from last'week Sunday to Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Bros and boys were Sunday night after church guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Diekevers. Sunday dinner guests at the Matt Huisman home were Mr, and Mrs. Henry Verdoorn and Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Schutt and family. Mr. Cor Vander Steeg of of Orange City and his son Donald Vander Steeg of Medford, Oregon were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the Mary Den Hartoghome, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Folkers and family of Archer were additional guests that evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamfers called on Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein and Mrs. Evan Schmidt Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Popp- ema were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Poppema at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Struthers and family were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. Frieda Schott at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Klynsma and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kramer and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Jr. and children gathered at the Jake Kramer home Wednesday night in honor of Mrs. Jake Kramer's birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs, Matt Huisman were Sunday evening after church guests at the John Oldenkamp, Sr. home, Mrs, Henrietta Vander Zwaag of Hull visited Friday night at the home of Mary Den Hartog. Mrs. Fred Saupe of prim- ghar and Mrs. Steve Hulstein of Snforn will be guests this Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ellis De Bruin. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Klynsma and family and Mrs. John Klynsma were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Frank Klynsma home at Sioux City. Mrs. John Waanders was admitted. Sat. to the Orange City hospital for treatment and to be put in traction. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sol- sma and children and Mrs. Peg Wasson of Sheldon were Sunday dinner guest at the John Solsma, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Weltering and family visited Sunday afternoon at Steen, Minn at the home of-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Whye. Other guests were Harold's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art Weirheim and family of Artesia, Calif. Sunday afternoon and evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kastein were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Te Stroete and family and Mr. and Mrs. Case Longstraat all of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Vos and Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Berg of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Te Stroete visited Sat. afternoon with Amy Mulder, of Sioux Center, a patient at St. Luke's West Hospital in Sioux City and were dinner guests that evening at the Paul Te Stroete home in honor of Mrs, Arnie Te Stroete's birthday. Sunday evening after church guests at the Ed Vander Wilt borne were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woudstra and Mr, and Mrs, Myron Vander Wilt and family. NOTICE U, S, Army guarantees a 16 month tour of Europe, after training (usually four months) in this Country, on three year enlistments, New higher pay salary, exceptional benefits. For further Information contact Sgt Don Villegas U. S, Army Recruiting Station 219 Central Ave. SW Orange City, Iowa 51041 Phpne 737-4932 Sharon younger* Unfa Kosters forty Degen Judy Schmit , cutive director of the Commission, explained. "This year we received 4,796 applications, and 423 high schools are represented amonj the State Scholar group." Awards are limited to tuition and fees, with a maximum of $610, and may be used at any Iowa college, university, area school or certified school of nursing. Scholarship funds for the 1972-^3 academic year total $235,000, which also must cover renewal awards for the State Scholarship stu- dents who will be sophomores in college next year. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Wilt received a call this past week from Rev. and Mrs. Al Machielas who are in Mich. while on a furlough from Ta- wain. They will be visiting the Vander Wilt's on Feb. 7,8, and 9. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jacobsma and Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Jacobsma of Sioux City were Sunday supper guests in the parental Horton Jacobsma home. Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Joe KleMesselink for the9th birthday of their son Michael, weat'Mr. and Mrs. Darlo Schaap of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Vander Zwaag were additional guests that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Vande Kamp, Mrs. Frank Klynsma, Mrs. John Klynsma, Mrs. Geo. Smlt and Pam Klynsma staffed the Midwest Evangelism Booth at the Sioux Falls Farm Show on Sat., Jan, 29th, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Van Klompenberg and family of Maurice were visitors Sunday of Mrs. Marie Jongma and attended the evening service at the First Reformed Church. Mrs. Gertie Dykstra was the honored guest at a birthday dinner Sunday noon in observance of her 93rd birthday. Gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulst for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dykstra of Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dykstra of Le Mars, Mr. Ben Dykstra of Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Hessel Dykstra and family and Mark Frohwein all of Sanborn. A surprise anniversary party was held Friday evening. Jan. 28th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Huisman for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schipper whose anniversary occurred on Jan. 26th. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan De Jong, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Muilenburg, Henry Lee Huisman, Vicki Vande Brake, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schipper and Jay. Mr, and Mrs. Norlan Vande Brake and family of Orange City were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Gene Schutt and family. Interview for Africa My .first meeting with Father Jim McCormick was last year at our Spalding retreat. He was the retreat master. I talked to Father only briefly. Then this year a weekend retreat gave me an opportunity to meet and talk with him again. This was truly an encounter. We talked about Christ and about meeting Him in the Mass in our relationship with others and in ourselves. Father, who as a member of the Holy Spirit Community made up of priests, sisters, and lay people, made a tour of the Holy Spirit Sisters Convents in Africa this last summer, asked me to make a tape with him to send back to the Sisters in Africa. Father wanted the tape because these sisters were curious about the feelings of the young people in the U.S. One day, with no announcement, he popped up at Spalding and we went to it. The interview started with a little background of myself. This included my family, the schools I attendfcd and my dad's religion. He asked me questions about dating, like "Do young people enjoy it?" "What are their attitudes toward it?" Questions on religion came next. I told him the teenagers are having problems on getting anything out of their religion. Also that they are holding the problems in and are apear- ing happy anyway. We talked of my future plans and who the retreat influenced them. By that time the tape was almost ended. I asked if I could hear the reply of the sisters. After dinner we talked a flttle of what Fr. Jim is doing now. Following the interview, Father also spoke to the senior class on his African trip. He told of his encounter with native tribes and what is being done by missionaries and priests. —Linda Dykstra Miss Hendrene Te Grotenhuis of Britt, la. was a weekend guest at the home of Tilla Tinklenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Budden of Granville were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jungers for the birthday of Timothy Jungers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klynsma were Sunday evening after church guests at the Steve Poppema home. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleis arrived in Hospers Sat, evening from Minneapolis. The Lawell Washburn family of Sioux City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Elbers of Hull visited Sunday night with Mrs. Marie Houtsma. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis De Bruin were this week Wed, night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nibbelink at Orange City. More than 1400 are enrolled in Dry Cleaning offer 20% Discount Save 20% on dry cleaning orders of $3,00 or more. your Bible" Join them by enrolling In the FRTL'E nondenominational 8-Lesson Home Bible Study Course by mall, For a sample lesson, send your name and address to; "Know Your Bible" Box 306, Sioux Center, la, 51250 « re teauUfrUy cleaned and put in new tick off. Carpet and furniture cleaning — 20% discount, Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Cleaners & Launderers ""•"W™ LeMars, loacejntralj Ave, .N,E., 546*4 W THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 3, 1972.-5

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