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February 17, 1972

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

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1 , > .-'. -r ' . - < Ml CHI a Ail COUP, g out a publication is no picnic, print jokes, people say we are ion't, we are too serious. stick close to the office, we ought e around hustling material; -.. go out, we should be on the job 37th Year ~ No. 12 ie office, — don't print contributions, we don't eciate genius; f we do, the paper is filled with edit the other fellow's writeup, re too critical; clip item£ from other papers, we too lazy; don't, vwe're stuck with our own f! ikely as not, some guy will say swiped this from another magazine! 4 * February 17, 1972 Northwestern IRTHWESTERH COLLEGE John Kaericher One-man art show Science Hall Gallery Mon.-Frl, 10-5 NW String Quartet, Chapel 3:00 p.m. asketball Yankton, here 7:30 p.m. Sioux Falls, here 7:30 p.m. 'resiling Tri-State Conference Meet,. St. Paul All day i Basketball Briar Cliff, here 7:30 p.m. •26 Women's Basketball Tourney, Iowa City All Day You're invited leld Enterprises Educational Corp. has recently a Blue set of the World Book Encyclopedia to lony Youth Home of rural Orange City. It was pre- d by Mr. Kenneth Lade who is the District Sales ger for World Book and Childcraft from Sioux Iowa. )ital to photograph al businessmen 18th riday, Febr. 18, The L will have a photo- at The Village Hotel Pictures of business ofessional men and and their wives and 3. The pictures will - Into single column ndusedbyusatoppor- le s for articles in The • L.We want you to help our file of cuts up to • would like very much a print made of you. Prints of uniform size '»y are mqst deslre- [ e have arranged with color Studio, special- "ils work, to take the 1 and furnish the *ou understand, of the re is no charge to you. The studio will supply extra prints for you if you desire them, but we emphasize there is no obligation in this connection. If you care to cooperate, your photograph may be taken from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Febr. 18 at the Village Hotel. The sitting will not require more than five minutes. Because the prints are for Permanent use, it is necessary that men be freshly shaven and wear a coat and tie (while in front of the camera). Therefore, please come prepared for a good portrait! This is all a part of the process of building a better newspaper. We will appreciate your cooperation. local children ' February 19. is V set to take Living Pictures of your little "e Sioux County is having pictures bv ( ? hlldren accom- i,L, lr Parents or »W<an to the Village * tweon 10 a . m . a^d free ofi wants to pub- cure of your cpnjld feature chlldre " en- s of TO- children's WU1 ' that of color ls n ° charge or obli- gation for taking the pictures, Parents don't even have to be a subscriber lo TheCAPITAL not even a reader. You do not have to purchase plclures eilher. However, parents will be offered the opportunity to buy color photos if they wish. Proofs will be shown In color and you may obtain color portraits by arranging direct with the sludio represenlalive if you wanl them. That Is entirely up to you! The pictures appearing In the newspaper will be in black and white. In keeping with the quality feature policy of this newspaper, we want to make this a memorable feature. This means we want all the pictures of local youngsters we can get to run In the paper. Kiddles and parents alike will reap no end ol fun and price e groups "hit the road" NW Choral Readers tour March 3-12 The Choral Readers of Northwestern College, who received a standing ovation In October at the Reformed Church Mission Festival '71 at Milwaukee, begin their 12th touring season. This lively group of 38 Readers bring a message that is both contemporary and unique. Making effective use of lights and sound, the Readers pre- A Cappela Choir on 44th annual tour The 44th Spring Concert presentations and annual tour of the Northwestern College A Cappela Choir began on February 12th. The 42 voice choir, under the direction of associate professor of music Lawrence Van Wyk, presented a special program at the Northwest Iowa Choral Festival tn Cherokee on February 12th and will make appearances in Rock Raoids and Alton before going on tour March 3-12. Presenting concerts of sacred music in a worshipful manner, the A Cappella Choir will appear in churches and schools in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. Professor Van Wyk, director of the Choir for the past eighteen years, has studied choral technique at St. Olaf and did graduate work at the University of South Dakota and the University of Denver. Prayer Breakfast Is March 10 On March 10, 1972 the 7th annual -Mayor's Prayer Breakfast will be held by the Orange City Jaycees. The Mayor's .Prayer breakfast is patterned after the annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast held each year In Washington D.C. The first three years the Orange City affair was held on the same day as the breakfast in Washington D.C. The tremendous growth of the breakfast in Orange City has necessitated the changing of dates so that it is no longer held on the same day as the President's Prayer Breakfast in Washington. The purpose of the breakfast remains the same: a time set aside from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for the purpose of coming together in prayer and fellowship. The first breakfast was held in the basement of Trinity church but the crowd was a capacity one so the second year saw the breakfast moved Into the larger quarters of the First Reformed Church. Again the size of the crowd forced th'e T Jayce£s to look"fdf r ldrg-' er quarters, this time it was to the Christian School auditorium, but.again the breakfast grew In size. It was at this time that the date of the breakfast was changed to fall during the week of spring vacation at Northwestern so that the large college dining room could be used and not the Northwestern Dining Hall located in Fern Smith Hall has become the permanent home for the event. The first two years at the new location again saw growth. Last year attendance dropped for the first time ih the history of the affair and the Jaycees are now working hard to insure that the growing trend begins once again. The Jaycee chaplain, Al Eissens, has urged his committees to work for a goal at a complete sell out by March 3 breakfasfis not limited to'.any particular group of men, nor to any particular church. The Jaycees have strived over the years to have men of all the denominations take part in the program, and again this year many men will take part in the program. Arrangements are now being made for an outstanding Christian layman to serve as the speaker. CORRECWH In the list of new telephone numbers that appeared In the February 3 issue of The CAPITAL- Earl Albert's number was incorrectly shown as 737-8534. The correct number is 737-8198. Jantina Jurriaans, second from right, above, is a member of the RE'GENERATION, Group will sing at NW 25th The REGENERATION, an exciting new musical group, will be appearing in concert on Friday, February 25, at 7:30 p.m., in the American Reformed Church, in' Orange City. One of our Northweslern collegians, Jantina Jurriaans, of Hospers, is a member of this group. Over 1000 young as Ihe piclures appear In the paper. Mothers and fathers of children in Ihe area which Ihis newspaper circulates, please help us and remember the date, February 19 at the Village Hotel and bring your children to be photographed. If you have not already made an appointment for this community event do it now. Call Mrs. Robert Schelling 7374438. people auditioned in Detroit last summer, and 10 young musicians were selected to tour for the 1971-'72 concert season. This year the RE' GENERATION will share their musical presentation in 45 of our 50 states. The RE'GENERATION has been developed by the seasoned musician, Rev. • Derric Johnson, who arranged all of the group's Music, He personally has written over 70 songs, done, extensive musical arranging, and produced numerous record albums with nearly 14 years In a very successful church ministry. The group has won nationwide acclaim for their outstanding and-unique Christian presentations. They blend their voices In lush eight part choral sound, supported by taped orchestral background recorded in London, England, This group can be heard on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 P.m. in the Hospers Presbyterian Church, and Friday, Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m., In the American Reformed Church, In Orange City. Everyone is invited. NOTICE The American Legion Aux illary will meet on Tuesday, February 29, at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bud Vander Laan, Co-hostess will be Mrs, Willie Reiniger. "Americanism" will be the topic discussed at the meeting. sent dramatic interpretations, of Biblical passages and works renowned writers asThurber, Sandburg and Longfellow. The group will make appearances in five midwestern states: South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas and Iowa from March 3-12. Second Semester performances will include programs in churches at Melvin, Sioux Center, and Sioux City; at Mr. Marty, Yankton, Ellsworth and Buena Vista Colleges; and at Leeds and East High Schools in Sioux City. Organized in 1959 and directed by Dr. Theora England, director of Theatre and professor of speech and drama at Northwestern, the Choral Readers will present a distinctive program with verve and understanding. Northwestern Winter Carnival King and Queen candidates: Back row: left to right: Curt Krull, Doon, Iowa;. Gaylord Schelling,' Refnbeck, Iowa; Dave Hector, Friesland, Wisconsin; Mark Stadtlander, Meservey, Iowa; and Ken Bahrke, Pterson, Iowa. Front row: left to right: Jan Swart, Hingham, Wisconsin; Ethel Vermeer, Orange City, Iowa; Deb Thomsen, Linn Grove, Iowa; Stephanie Ford, Orange City, Iowa; and Miriam Korver, Alton, Iowa. Mwkets (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, Iowa.) Corn 1.08 Oats 70 Soybeans 3.00 Top Hogs 26.00 Top Sows 23.25 Carnival King, Queen selected Deb Thomsen, sophomore from Linn Grove, Iowa, was elected as Winter Carnival 'Queen by the Northwestern students. Her boyfriend, Gaylord Schelling of Reinbeck, Iowa was picked as King. Reigning over the Winter Carnival events had some problems. Deb is a physical Siring quartet to ft/ay Sun. The Fine Arts String Quartet of Northwestern College will be heard in full concert Sunday afternoon, February 20, at 3:00 P.M. in the Northwestern College Chapel. The Ensemble, established as a resident student quartet last year, has made numerous appearances on campus and in schools in the northwest Iowa area since its founding, and the String Quartet has earned generous accolades for its balance and beauty of tone. Mrs. Everette Walk- advisor and is director of the expanded strings program at Northwestern College. In addition to selections from the standard repertoire of the Classical and Romantic periods, individual members of the quartet will be heard in solo performances. Also a piano trio featuring Andrea Van Beek, sophomore keyboard major, will be performed. The Fine Arts Quartet, recipients of an Iowa Arts Council grant for the purpose of bringing performances to area school students, includes: Lu Ann Genant, first violin; Mary Hofland, second violin; Sandra Calsbeek, viola; and Diane Vander Stoep, cello. Area Schools Hews O.C. CHRISTIAN SCHOOL On Wednesday, February 9, Orange City Christian held its Interscholastic Activities Program in preparation for the Northwest Iowa Christian School Interscholastic Competition on Saturday, February 19 and Friday, February 25 in Hull. Winners in the spelltngcon- test wh,o will compete in Hull on February 19 include: Robert Miedema, grade 3; Peter Noteboom, grade 4; Roger Van Gelder, grade 5; Janet Van Zanten, grade 6; Bonnie Miedema, grade 7; Diane Van Dale And ring a is accepted by Iowa Medical School Dale Andringa, son of Mr. Marion Andringa received notification of his acceptance into University of Iowa Medi T cal School at Iowa City. Dale is a 1968 graduated of Unity Christian High and will be graduating this spring from Calvin at Grand Rapids, Mich, His grade average has been 3,5 at Calvin. Peursem, grade 8. Those who will represent OCCS in all other catagories of competition on the 25th are the following; Creative Writing - Bonnie Miedema, Verna Arkema, Bev Van Gelder, Maria De Vries, Barb Ravenstein, Carla De Groot. Speech - Helena Mulder, Slephanie Huizenga, Lyle Huisman, Bonnie Miedema. Piano - Laura Vander Windl, Bev Van Gelder. Instrumental Solo - Delmar De Jong, Bonnie Miedema. Instrumental Ensemble Lynne Roos, Carla Vander Stoep, Bev Van Gelder. Vocal Ensemble-Verna Arkema, Diane Huitink, Laura Huizenga, Margaret Lefever, Laura Vander Windt, JoEllen Visser. Seventh Grade Choir, FLOYD VALLEY ' The following letter has been received by Mark Van Roekel, Floyd Valley senior from the director of admissions of Iowa state University at Ames. "Congratulations on the fine scholastic record you have ac- education major and had to play basketball against West- mar the night of the dance. "I was really surprised, she said. "I didn't expect to be picked, and we didn't get to the dance until very late." Gaylord said, "I was happy with the honor." There were four good sculptures on the Northwestern Campus. The girls on the third floor north wing of Fern Smith Hall won the snow sculpturing event with their Snoopy. They received $10.00 as a prize and hope to celebrate with the money. Queen Deb and King Gaylord though that Winter Carnival would have been more exciting if the Raiders had played a home game that weekend rather than playing in Minneapolis. Night class on aviation beginning at M-OC Febr. 28 "Aviation Ground School" will begin on Monday, Febr. 28 at 7 p.m., at Maurice-Orange City Community High School in Orange City. This course, which is planned for the individual preparing for a private pilot license, will cover fundamentals of navigation, meteorology aerodynamics, flight computer, aircraft performances and ferderal regulations. The course will help studenls prepare for the Federal Aviation Agency written examination. The classs will meet one evening a week from 7 to 10 p.m. for thirteen weeks. Cost of the course is $26.50 for tuition and books. Elmer Muecke of Sheldon will instruct course. Registration for the course can be arranged by contacting Dale Hubers at Maurice- Orange City High School, telephone 737-4871 or by calling 737-2778 after 5 p.m. The Adult Education Department of Northwest Iowa Vocational School, sponsors of the program, may also be contacted by telephone at 324-2587. hieved in high school. Your record places you near the top of our entering fresh^ man class and near the top of the seniors in the nation. We hope that you continue (Continued on page 2)

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