The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 10, 1972 · Page 12
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1972
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All sizes of hearts and a great imagination is what you need for Valentine Fun. Randy Siders shows what can be made from them. Randy is a new student in Miss De Jager's first grade at M-OC, Lady Raiders hit by Wayne, down Dordt The Northwestern women's basketball team lost its third game of the season to Wayne State with the score of 5448. The Lady Raiders again started slow and couldn't find the range, scoring only 7 points to Wayne's 13 in the first quarter. The ladies then scored 13 points to Wayne's 12 to trail by 5 at the Half, 25-20. Mary Ver Steeg, 5' 8" se- ior from Sioux Center, found the basket to score 10 of her 14 points in the second half. NW came within one point of Wayne but weren't able to pull ahead. Joyce Winterhof, 5' 8" freshman from Cherokee, and Cindy Fliss, 5' 7" , junior from Everly, each scored 10 points. Judy Boom, 5' 7" junior from Larchwood, and Debbie Thomsem, 5' 9" sophomore from Linn Grove, pulled down 7 rebounds apiece while Mary Ver Steeg led the team in rebounding with 9. The NW squad shot only 29% from the field and 30% from the free throw line. Deb Thomsem, 5' 9" sophomore from Linn Grove, came through with a last second three point play to ice a 5248 Northwestern women's basketball team victory over Dordt. Led by Judy Boom, a 5' 8" junior from Larchwood, who scored 17 points, hitting 7-8 free throws and grabbing 8 rebounds, the Northwestern ladies had a hard see-saw battle. Mary Ver Steeg, 5' 8" senior from Sioux Center, and Vicky Birchard, 5' 8" sophomore from Spencer, combined for five steals. They also added to the scoring punch, Mary scoring 14points and Vicky scoring 11 points. The score by quarters was: NW 10 27 37 52 D 12 22 38 48 This victory evened the NW ladies' record to 3-3. They play Tuesday night at Briar Cliff !n Sioux City at 6:30; Wednesday night at Spencer YWCA in Spencer at 7:30; and Thursday night, Dordt will play here at Northwestern at 6:30. Press box (Continued from page I) nome games, nave a remodeled and redorated room which will also serve as a classroom. Jean Mast, who says Don Jacobsen apologized to her for giving her no choice of color (all carpets and draperies are fiery Red-Ralder-red) likes the changes. "My office is more a home now instead of a hole in the wall. We plan to paint the walls next - probably white. It really makes a difference." Northwestern Red Raiders never are lacking in support. Although the college faces a tight money situation, The Alumni "N" Club expects to raise more than $500.00 for the project. The curtains were sold at cost by De Vries Interiors and the carpets sold at cost by Kraal Furniture. Cliff Leslie, painter has donated paint, time and energy. Tri-State (Continued from page 9) some free throws from West- mar fouls to make the final score 78-73. Concordia split two games on their road trip as they beat Sioux Falls on Friday 67-57 and then lost to Westmar on Saturday 89-64. Bethel after playing the fine game at Yankton were beaten by 30 points by the Northwestern Red Raiders on Saturday 98-68. In that game Northwestern only led at the half by 6 points 47-41. The other conference game on Saturday was Sioux Falls at Yankton where the Braves suffered the eighth conference loss to Yankton by a score of 83-69. This week Northwestern and Yankton will travel to St. Paul, Minnesota to play Bethel and Concordia on Opposite •••^•••••MHHpKtaqHMMMiMi (2--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL,Thursday, February 10, 1972 nights and Westmar will play at Sioux Falls on Saturday. In the conference individual scoring race Westmar's Dennis Cullinan still had the lead, he had a 33 point performance against Northwestern. In second place there is a tie between Steve Scroggins of Bethel and Steve Becker of Yankton both averaging 25 points. Scroggins had 28 against Yankton and 16 against Northwestern. Becker had 22 against Bethel and 31 against Sioux Falls. Jim Woudstra of Northwestern is in fourth place. He had 29 against VVe'stmar and 20 against Bethel. * Dyke JV J s slap George, 57-33 By Jay Dorschner Last Friday the M-OC Dutchmen lifted their conference record to 5 wins after being victorous over the George Blue Jay's. The Dutchmen, lead by Doug Da Haan won easily 57-33, De Haan sacked 25 points, followed by Randy Lubbers with 13. Ron Peterson of the Blue Jay's had 14 points, The Jay's lead at halftime 18 to 17. But the purple and white team was not to be taken and led 36 to 24 at the 3rd quarter buzzer. Other Dutchmen starters were Brad Roos with 2 points. Jeff Van Rooyen 2 and Jim Slebersma marked 4. Rod De Jong and Tim Vellinga came off the bench and chalked up 5 and 4 respectively. Scott Simmelink also scored 2 points. The Dutchmen scored a total of 40 points in the second half compared to 15 for George. M-OC frosh dump George , 35-26 by Jim Rowenhorst The Fresh beat the George freshmen 35-26 Friday, Feb. 5 here in Orange City. Opening the game, the teams seemed pretty well matched and after the first six minutes, the Dutch were ahead 9-8. Not much scoring was Robert L. Schoep passes C.P.A. exam The Colorado State Board of Accountancy has awarded Robert L. Schoep of Denver, Colorado his certificate naming him a certified Public Accountant. Bob passed the November 1971 C.P.A. examination in Denver. He is employed by the Arthur Young & Co., a National C.P.A. Accounting firm. Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Schoep of Orange City, la. His wife is the former Joanne Fikse of Fullerton, California. They have one daughter, Jana Lynn. Co. 4-H Council holds work shop The Sioux County 4-H Council held an officers training work shop Saturday, Feb. 5 at Kinsey Elementary School in Sioux Center. Club members from all over the county broke into sections to discuss several areas of responsibilities in 4-H clubs. Club secretaries met with Mrs. Lloyd Van Roekel of Orange City, Youth Fair board secretary, presidents and vice-presidents', with Daryl De Groot, 4-H County Council president; Treasurers, with Dave Mulder, Sioux Center basketball coach; historians, with Lora Lynn Vander Zwaag of Hull; re porters, with Wayne Stewart of Orange City, Sioux County Capital publisher; recreation, with Randy Lubbers of Orange City and Arils Van Beek; and photographers with Randy De Koter of Maurice. The overall group voted in favor of having an area council organized consisting of representations from area county councils. The meeting closed after a brief period of recreation and the viewing of slides explaining what 4-H is. done in the second quarter; the teams went down at half 21-15. In the first half, Brad De Jong made 7 out of the Dutchmen's 10 buckets. In the third quarter, the Dutch made only 20% of their shots for 4 points. The Blue- jays put in only 2 buckets, for a 25-17 score. M-OC finally won 35-26. Brad De Jong put in 16 points and an old classmate, Jeff Reinders for George was their high point man with 13. The Freshmen are now 9-2 for the season. OC Jaycees order more for playground the Orange City Jayceeor- ganization unanimously approved the report submitted by the Playground equipment committee at a meeting recently calling /or the addition of six more pieces of equipment to be Installed before Tulip Festival time this spring. As In the past all of the equipment will be built by Tolman Welding. Don Harding, MOC art Instructor, and Orvllle Beltman of Tolman Weld- Ing are working together try- Ing to come up with unique and different designs. Don Harding Is a recent addition to the Jaycee organization. Included will be a swing set containing six Individual swings. This set Is different In design from any of the present swing sets now Installed In various locations throughout the town. Two more pieces will be two-seater swings that rotates as well as swings. These two swings will be designed to represent a Dutch boy and a Dutch girl. Two pieces of equipment will be added to the present wooden shoe sandbox, these pieces being a type of see-saw arrangement with the seats shaped like wooden shoes and the base in the shape of a Tulip or a group of tulips. Also in the sandbox will be a super bug which is a piece of equipment for younger children. The final piece of equipment scheduled for installation this spring is the largest and most expensive of the six pieces. This is a fort that children can climb up into and it is also equipped with sliding poles that can be used for fast "escapes." There is a strong possibility of another large piece of equipment being installed for Tulip Festival but plans on this have not finalized and details will not be released until final arrangements are made. If plans for this additional piece of equipment are realized there then becomes a real possibility of completion of the park sometime in 1972 because the Jaycee organization will have two money raising projects coming up in the near future. One of these projects is the fish sale held last weekend. The other is the refreshment stand at Tulip Time. The Jaycees hope that the community will get out apd support the upcoming^ Tulip Festival standl. Orange City Bowling Ass*n. Monday League-Standings as of February 7, 1972, Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 121 2-N.Y. Life Insurance 111 3-Slouxland Harvestore 106 4-John's Upholstering 102 5-Ron's Deep Rock 94 6-Huisman Gravel 92 7-O. C. Builders 90 8-Alton Premium Feed 87 9-Well's Blue Bunny 83 10-Punt-Cambier 74 High Series-Harold Klein- hesselink-589 High Games-Harold Klein- hesselink 232; Harlan De Jong-215; Norman Van Otter- loo-214-206; Butch Vander Laan 209; Dennis Vander Vegte-200. Tuesday League-Standings as of February 8, 1972. 1-Moor Mans 122 2-Coast to Coast 122 3-Woudstra Market 116 4-Sioux Abstract 114 5-Al's Floor Covering 98 6-Bowling Alley 96 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 91 8-N.W. State Bank 70 9-De Haan Electric 67 10-Mouw's Super Valu 64 High Series-Frank Katje-585 High Games-Ged Vande Brake -253; Dave VanPeursem-222; Frank Katje-214-203; Orville Oolman-217; Al De Haan-201. Thursday League - Standings as of February 3, 1972. 1-Vogel Finishes 126 2-Russell's Ready Mix 110 3-R & R Performance 102 4-Orange .Motors 85 5-Silent Sioux 73 6-Kreykes True Value 56 High Series-Dennis Vander Vegte-518 High Game-Fred Dykhuizen- 197. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Wins Woudstra Bowling Alley 7-Up Super Valu NW Bank Kraal Haarsma K-Products De Vries Vogel Total 60} 56 54 51 43 41 40} 40 40 40 Notice to Mercantile, Professional, ; Industrial and Manufacturing firms i February 15, 1972 is the deadline for filing your Supplemental Statement for Assessment of Business Establishments which was mailed to you the first week in January, 1972. We request your cooperation in completing and returning these forms promptly. Willis H. Meylink Sioux County Assessor IF YOU OWN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: AARDVARK BETATRON CITTERN XEBEC YATAGHAN ZYMOSCOPE YOU CAN INSURE IT AT HUBERS-VANENGELENHOVEN-DOORNINK INSURANCE for EVERYONE'S NEEDS \H/UBERS \V/W \J/NGELENHQ YEN \D/OORNINK AGENCY, INC. OC concert features leading NY bass Will Roy, leading basso of the NewYorkCltyOperaCom- pany - a man who sings with robust fervor - will be featured at the 'Sioux County Concert Series presentation on Febr, 15, at Biou p.m. in' the Northwestern College Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased at the door. A graduate of Hope College, Will Roy Is an American singer whose entire training and experience has taken place in the United States. His vocal studies were completed at Curtis Institute and Manhattan School of Music where he was a protege of the late John Brownlee. His opera roles have been a test of a quality voice and have brought splendid singing moments In such performances as In Sarastro In Magic Flute, Don Basillo in Barber of Seville and many others. Mr. Roy has appeared with the Chautauqua Opera Company, the Mozart Festival Company, and the New Haven Opera Society. The musical is also Will Roy's forte. He has appeared in broadway shows such as Hello Dolly and Came lot and has had singing roles in stock companies, productions of South Pacific, Desert Song, Most Happy Fella and Wonderful Town. local New Mrs. J. C. Gleysteen entertained at a dessert bridge luncheon on Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Ruth Vande Steeg's birthday. Mrs. Dick van Gelder entertained the Knitting Club on Tuesday afternoon, also In observation of her. birthday which will be Saturday. Those present were Mrs. Arle Noteboom, Mrs. Vernon Mouw, Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. Norman Boonstra and Mrs, Frank Vogel. Unable to attend was Mrs. Bob Boonstra. Mr. Ed Peuse underwent cataract surgery in Sioux City last Thursday. Sp/5 nichard received his & serving ln the has been station furl Germany 1970. He was a lain at the Fra Chapel. He has a teaching position ,1 slautern. German, His new address'i. Mr. Richard Van Kalserslautern High School APO New York Get your set of 12 *z Therm only 24^ with a fill of gas Yz gal. therm Shake 'n Serve Pitchti\ each only with a fill of gas See us for your car needs. We're always ready to serve yo| PHIUIPS/ With Phillips 66 It's performance that c Koscot Van Gelder Hubers Wells 0 4 3 4 35 34 33 25 High Game- Winnie Stander- 191 High Series- Lois Jeltema- 451. We give AAA servici Phillips Hi-Way Servii On Highway 10 - Orange Cityl amount. inagrowing community Box 150—Orange City, Iowa 51041 In Many Ways...In Man] Places... It Works to Help You Do Things The wonders of electricity will never cease! 0 the farm, in the city ... in your home ... in busines and industry . , . electricity is everywhere, workit to make life better for all of us and for our Our goal, to which we dedicate ourselves, is to certain that you will always be able to enjoy the advantages of electricity. To make your life a bet one by serving your electrical needs is a privilege which we take great pride. Orange Cit Municipal Utilities WE

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