The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 17, 1972 · Page 6
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February 17, 1972

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

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Trial-run Activity Comes to Completion stated ti, under the ba S | man<i Find the Happy Searchers Rose Schumacher and Cathy Dreckmann, third row, third from left. Mary Mels and Sister Charlotte Enright, fourth row, fifth from left. JAN & the Mod: Jan Klein explores "Currents", a latest selection. This picture was taken in Art- Photography class, Gordon Schneider teaching. Bright Eyes of Returned Searchers Have "Experienced Too Big for Words ''Finding out that you've got a friend in Christ—that's what I got our of Search," said Cathy Dreckmann. Such was the general excitement coming from Spalding's Searchers Rose Schumacher, Mary Meis, and Cathy Dreckmann following the weekend of spiritual birth called Search. Along with the 70 searchers were Search Director Mary Lyman and Spiritual Directors Father Ron Reicks and Father Jerry Feierfieil. Sister Diana Rlnntr {rr\rn Q*AT-m T okr. owri Sister Charlotte Enright from Granvllle were on the Search team. The married couple was John and Pat Bartholomew from Sioux City. The weekend was spent experiencing Jesus Christ in the other "beautiful people" present. The girls also spoke of the way they enjoyed the two Masses that they attended in Heelen High School where the Search was held. " ' don't anticipate, just participate' I bet I heard that a hundred times this weekend," said Rose Schumacher. Rose also spoke of the fun of the experience, describing how the girls evolved from scared individuals Into a whole group of beautiful people in Jesus Christ, and how the girls developed lasting friendships In their descovery o'f Christ in each other. The Searchers are known as "Fourth Dayers", which comes from the statement "Today is the beginning of the rest of your life". After the first three days of Search comes the "Fourth day—the rest of your life." When asked about the duration of their experience, Mary Meis said, "I hope it lasts forever." --Joe Schuver Paperbacks Go Mod Spalding, this year, expanded Its range of paperback sets by seven. Contemporary .selections are CURRENTS and TOGETHER, MAN 'OF'LA MANCHA, 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY, and ACROSS FIVE APRILS. The selection from the past is THE ODYSSEY. CURRENT and TOGETHER are from a set of four books under the title of "New World Issues". These sets are the type which captures the interest of the students and keeps them absorbed from the mod front cover, through the Interesting stories, poems, comics, and pictures, to the mod back cover. News of yesterday 10 years ago Prize winners at the Sioux Electric meettngwere Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wielenga of Orange City of the "early bird" prize an electric clothes dryer and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlumbohm of Hawarden, winners of an electric range given as a general attendance prize, Mrs. Harold Pals and Mrs. John Kempema gave a miscellaneous baby shower in honor of Mrs. Marshall Willis Monday evening In the Tulip Room of the Village Cafe. Sale of the Dutch Oven Bakery in Orange City was announced here last week by owner John Ver Maat. The business has been purchased by Tony Huygons of Rock Valley, a former employee at Dutch Oven. Ver Maat has operated the bakery here for the past eight years. 15 years ago Elvis Presley', Richard Egan and Debra Paget will star in "Love Me Tender" at the Palace Theatre this week. Fifty-five years ago, on Febr. 11, 1902, Miss Emma Dykstra began her new job. She was only 22 years old, but the next day, Febr. 12, was her 23rd birthday. She had gone to live with the William Rieckhoff family, helping with the cooking, the housekeeping and children. Monday, Febr., 1957, Miss Dykstra told some of her friends that she was observing an anniversary—the 55th year she had been with Mrs. Rieckhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Duistermars were married Febr. 2, at St. John's American Lutheran Church in Le Mars. She is the former Patricia Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Lund of Le of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Duistermars of Orange City. The newly-weds are at home in Vermillion, where they are students at the University. 20 years ago It will seem strange that Orange City will not have a district State tournament game In High School circles this year. After the close games last year and in past years between Orange City and Sioux Center it was decided to keep these two teams out of competition together in district tournaments. So this year Sioux Center goes to Rock Valley and Orange City to Paullina. If Hull has its new gymnasium ready next year it may receive the nod for the games. Mr, and Mrs. William Starkenburg of Alton announce the engagement of their daughter, Wanda to Marvin Zuet- enhorst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Rouwenhorst, 25 years ago A stork shower was given last week Thursday evening complimenting Mrs. Robert Dunlop. The party was held at the home of Mrs. John W. Gambler, and assistant hostesses were Mrs. Merlyn Kraai and Mrs, Orville Dorschner. Miss Harriet Hulst, who teaches Floyd No. 8, broke the transmission on her car when she tried to buck the snow drifts getting to her school. The town of Orange City spent around $300 removing snow from the streets after the heavy storm of last week. Drifts are still bothering drivers on some side streets, but the business district is clear. Men worked all of one night and several days with plow and snow scoops to open the streets last weekend. 30 years ago The Women's Auxiliary of the Northwestern Junior College and Academy in cooperation with the Student Senate of the College and Academy are working on and arranging plans for the annual Fellowship Banquet to be put on at the Town Hall. Regular tickets can be secured at Lubbers Pharmacy. The price agreed upon is 60? per plate. Students tickets are available in the college office and prices for students have been reduced to 40? per plate. Former State Senator Charles B. Hoeven of Alton, announces his candiacy for the Republican nomination for Congress in the new Eight Congressional District. The following babies were presented for baptism in the First Reformed Church last Sunday; Wilton Jan Wielenga, June Elaine Van Oordt, Jean Den Beste, Marilyn BethGro- tenhuis, Hendrine Irene Huisman, Arie Mitchell Van Wyk and Helen Corine Luchtenburg. 35 years ago The following area teams to be in the 1937 County Basketball tournament are as follows; Newklrk, Coach N. B. Ver Heul; Clifford Bogaard Stewart De Groot, John Fonkert, Ring Kleinhesseljnk, Earl Vaas, Gerald De Graaf, Simon Korver, Rodney Vanden Berg, Virgil Menning and Roy Bloemendaal. Orange City, Coach Joe Schneider; Donald Dunlop, Clifford Haverkamp, Marion Luymes, Elwln Muilenburg, Dale Kraal, Louis Mulder, Floyd Blake, Clarence Ver Steeg, Marlon Visser and Alfred Vande Waa. Alton, Coach Joe Sykes; Max Aalbers, Kenneth Newendorp, Judson Rogair, Robert Ferris, Leo Mack, Bert Huisman, Bobby Henricksen, Gussie Gebauer andArtPluim.Hospers, Coach E. Ellingsen; Ray Goodhart, Eugene Hofmeyer, Francis Goodhart, Clifford Munson, Ronald Wiese, John Dykstrahouse, Joe Capolas, Donald Raak, Arthur Vander Wilt and Geo. Kersten. Dry Cleaning offer 20% Discount Save 20% on dry cleaning orders of $3.00 or more. £ eautl / ully clea <*d and put In new tick 9nnf f discount furnlture cleaning - / Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop -Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Cleaners & Launderers The third of the experimental three activity periods was held last Wednesday. Students chose among six offerings. >CA In Room 205, Mr. Les Dumo, Coach of Sheldon Community school, and two of his students explained the purposes of FCA (The Fellowship of Christian Athletes). The panel gave Spalding students an opportunity to learn more about this program and discover what FCA'sail about. The purpose of FCA, as stated in the guidebook of the organization Is "To confront athletes and coaches, and through them the youth of the nation, with the challenge and adventure of following Christ and serving him through the fellowship of the church." SEARCH Room 107 was the religious center in which students especially Interested In weekend retreats, in Search, in individual prayer and In prayer groups gathered and discussed their needs, LEPRECHAUN Guidance director, Father Tledeman presented two films, one on drug abuse and the effect on the nervous system; the other, done In pictures and ballad, presented the American Indian as a people of sorrow and frustration because of being victims of injustice. Both are Leprechaun films furnished by Father Hood, Alton. HEART DANCE Cheerleaders met and planned Friday night's Valentine dance. FORUM ON DRESS The open forum on the experimental dress code held forth in the cafeteria. The experiment in winter attire as a variation on the uniforms was introduced by a letter to the parents of each girl and delivered by her. The , and the request 2! a second SJ5 Thursday, !." through Feb. 1 8 by Intercom, ^ new test period (, student group. OTHERS The library « study to those not take part | n activities. any, EVALUATE! This new tm ni \ Period began thre 5 , on Mondny, (aid; The second v/i to Tuesday, f|| llo , and finally it ^ nesday, capturing purpose is "topn for a kind of per opment not givei classes and ( 0 added variety (o by Us timo This TK,,,,, TIVITY PERIOD is for evaluation andr depends on that i Spalding Spotlighi Spalding High School Youngers, Degen, Dykstra, Schumacher Outstanding Teenagers Spalding High School students have been selected as OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS OF AMERICA for 1972, according to Rev. Merle Kollasch, principal. Selection for the Outstanding Teenagers awards program automatically qualifies these students for further state, regional, and national honors and scholarships tot- alling $7,000. Local nominees are . William Schumacher, Larry Degen, Linda Dykstra, and Sharon Youngers, (right). The Outstanding Teenagers of America are chosen from individual schools across the country for excellence In community service and academic achievement. The local students will now vie for the Outstanding Teenager of the Year Trophy to be presented by the state's governor. Similar trophies will be presented to winners in other states. The state winners are selected by the Outstanding Teenager Awards Selection Committee, in cooperation with the Board of Advisors. February 17, 1972 Alton-Granville4 local New* Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tolman took their granchildren Sheila and Troy Tolman to Es- thervllle on Saturday where they witnessed Iowa's first Sled Dog Races. Callers in the home of Mrs. Henry Tuiningalastweekwere Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vander Kooi from Worthington, Mrs. Marion Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel, Mrs. S. Huizenga and Mrs. J. Cupido, The Ruth Van Engen Circle of Trinity Reformed Church met at the home of Mrs. S. Scorza on Thursday morning with Mrs, G. Kots as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs and Mrs. Joe Ste'ensma and Cynthia visited last week In the home of Mrs, Henry Tui- ninga. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and family, and Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Splrek spent the weekend visiting with her parents in Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Van Berkum and Mrs. Wilbur Prins attended the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van Berkum at Rock Valley on Sunday afternoon. They also visited with their father, John Van Berkum at Valley Manor. Mrs. Chris Schiebout, Sr. from Sioux Center and Mr and Mrs. Abe Schiebout called at the Lawrence TerHorsl home at Ireton on Sunday afternoon. Guests in the hoi Bessie Vande Brate' afternoon were Mr; Vande Brake, MR Vande Brake, Mr! Vande Brake andtt Vande Brake all It rice, Mrs. ^ Brake, Mrs. AlSdi Lou N.J. Wielenga,* de Brake, Evelyn I Mrs. Cornie ft' Mrs. Ken Mouw, 1 Alton. The Bridge Cli* Tuesday evening il of Mr. and Mrs| Kraai. LeMars, I0ac<yitral Ave, N.E., 546-4161 Mars. The groom is the son 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 17, 1972 MARINA |3OO TO 4SO WEDDING RING 34.75 BANQUETTE »350 WED. RING 125 Because she's special, and you want to lell her so... give a Keen- sake. Guaranteed and registered VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the bank n 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin ...... mmSSmm Fresh Ground Beef 2 ,*. $ 1 29 CenterCut PorkChops 85/ EconomyCttt PortChops Round Steak.. *1 19 Fenn's Ice Milk All Flavors K gal- Jlni ' Lee WowJstr a LOCK! orange City, low* pbot

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