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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1972
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Capital playoffs Unity takes conference crmm w Northwestern and Loras were named Sunday as at- large entries for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics District 15 (Iowa) basketball playoffs. Loras will oppose Wartburg and Northwestern Is to HW defeats Dordt The final game of the NW scheduled basketball season was played at Dordt College In Sioux Center on Feb. 23. Northwestern was again met by a determined team, but the Red Raiders refuse to be upset. They took an 80-70 win with a remarkable record from the charity strip. Northwestern finished the season with a 19-6 game record and a 9-2 record In the Trl-State Conference. In the Dordt game Northwestern took an early lead but fell back to the Dordt five as Steve Crull hit the hoop and sent the Dordt team ahead 25-23. Dordt then continued to widen the margin as a hustling Red Raider team couldn't find the mark. The half time edge tor Dordt was 5 points with a 37-32 half time score. Northwestern bounced back after the intermission, and whatever Coach Jacobsen said, It did the trick. The Raiders caught Dordt off-balance and popped In one bucket after another. They took command with some good defensive and offensive play. The score was In their favor 40-37, It was another night for lanky Jim Woudstra who hit 27 1 points for the Raiders and shot some spectaculars from the field. But Dordt wouldn't go down very easily. They refused to fold and brought the game to a 60-60 tie with pleht minutes to go on the clock. .. ,. The ball went back and forth across the court until the Raiders pulled together with 5 minutes to play. They again took a slim 4 point lead. The Raiders five forced the Dordt team to foul and chalked up points from the charity strip with perclslon. They clocked a 80-70 victory. Woudstra took 27 points and Bosch, who has broken the NW scoring record. Three seniors: Gregg Bosch, Jim Townsend and Roger Vander Dorpel are In their last season of play for Northwestern. Gregg Bosch has broken the all time scoring record for NW. Jim Townsend was rated by Coach Jacobsen as the best replacement center In the Tri State, and in some of this season's games Jim appeared to jump 3 or 4 feet off the floor to grab the rebounds, Roger Vander Dorpel has been a replacement guard. The Raiders have given Northwestern fans some crowd pleasing play during the 1971-72 season. The Estes- Aalbers guard combination were quick on the defense and backed the efforts of Woudstra, Bosch andKempers.The Raiders lost some tough one, but never folded. The Red Raiders will play Upper Iowa in the District 15 playoffs on the Buena Vista Court at Storm Lake, Iowa on Sat. March 4, at 7:30 p.m. play Iowa Conference champ Upper Iowa at Buena Vista. Both games will be played Saturday night. After the March 4th games the hvo opening round winners will play each other for the District 15 title. The winner of that match, on March 7th, goes to Kansas City, March 13-18. Northwestern, the top- seeded at-large selection, is the defending champ. The Red Raiders defeated Wartburg, 103-84, In the final game of last winter's six-team tournament. Loras was ousted by Wartburg, 81-66 In the semifinal round. Northwestern then lost Its first game In the National NAIA, 96-91, to Jackson (Miss.) State. Don Jacobsen's Trl-State co-champion -Raiders are 19-6. 'They went 7-2 against Iowa college competition. Wartburg is the only finalist to have played Northwestern, winning, 95-77, Dec. 30 at Waverly. Since then Northwestern has won 15 of 17 games,while the Knights have gone 13-2. Upper Iowa is 16-7 for the year and 12-6 against Iowa competition, having lost twice to Wartburg and once to Loras. NW women lose state tourney in finals The Knights of Unity Christian at Orange City made a double sweep in the Quad County Conference this year. The varsity team, coached by Rick Vander Berg, captured first place in the varsity division with a 6-2 record while the Unity JV took first place honors with a 7-1 chart. It was a terrific league scramble in the varsity division with the final game deciding tne conference championship. Conference standings are as follows in the Varsity division: John Kobes named L.A. city auditor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kobes received news that their son John Calvin Kobes recently received the highest score of more than 150 accountants applying for the position of City Auditor for the city of Los Angeles, California, and was awarded the position. John took one semester In business at Northwestern before enroling and attending a Des Molnes Business College. Following his graduating at Des Molnes he entered the State University of Michigan where he majored In accounting and graduated as a CPA. John is married and has two children. The family resides in a newly acquired home in Azusa, California and daily commutes to his new position. Unity Christian \-\ Le Mars Gehlen 5-3 Granvllle Spalding '. Tl Storm Lake St. Mary's 3-5 , Remsen St. Mary's 2-6 Conference standings in the jr. Varsity division: Granvllle Spalding 3-5 3-5 1-7 Unity Christian Le Mars Gehlen 7-1 6-2 7 - At Tst week's meeting ; of conference officials the to -. lowing athletes were the all-conference Those from Orange City attending *• to'SiSSX Oscar Vander Vegte at ROCK Valley on Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Arle Van SouwV Mr. and Mrs. Peter Den Hartog and family, Mr. Slam Den Hartog, Mrs, Gerrit.Kosters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kosters, Mr. and Mrs. jerry Relnsma, Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman and Mr Mrs. Elmer Huizenga. and teams. IV wins sectional By Tom Becker The Floyd Valley T-Birds destroyed the Paullina Pan- thers'hopes of a state tournament team by defeating them by a score of 50 to 46 in the finals of the sectional last week Thursday. The extremely tall Panthers scored first and held the lead throughout three quarters, (P. 37, FV 36). The Thunderblrds opened the fourth quarter in a man to man press. With this press came the Panthers downfallin which MarvSchippe rand Keith Renslnk seemed to steal the ball with ease and whittle Paullina's lead to nothing. With 1:20 left in the game, the T-Blrds pulled even (4646) on Schlpper's theft of a Panther pass and uncontested District court layup. With about 28 seconds showing, Phil Moss connected with a wide-open Schlpper for another easy lay-up. With the score now at 48 to 46 the Panthers quickly threw the ball back to Floyd Valley and un-intentionally fouled Van Roekel who converted both ends of the one and one to sew up the T-Blrds victory at 50 to 46. Floyd Valley now moves on to district play in Sioux City against Le Mars Gehlen Wednesday, March 1. (After this issue has been mailed.) 3 Raiders named to all-conference team The Tri-State conference basketball coaches selected an eight man All-Conference basketball team which included the top fojir scorers in the conference. Northwestern placed three players on the team, Westmar two, and Yankton, Concordia, and Bethel each had one. Three centers made the team, including Dennis Cullinan of Westmar who led the conference in scoring with a 26.8 point average, Steve Becker of Yankton who average 25.0 points per game and Jim Woudstra of Northwestern who averaged 21.6 points per game. Three forwards also made the team, they were Greg Bosch of Northwestern who averaged 17.6 points per game, Dave Hutchinson, West- mar who averaged 16.8 points per game and Melvin Riley, Concordia, who averaged 16. 6 points per game. Only two guards were elected to the team, they were Steve Scroggins of Bethel who was the third leading scorer In the conference with a 23.4 point average and Dave Aalbers of Northwestern who averaged 15 points per game. Six players were named to the Honorable mention list, they were William Hill, & Jack Hoehl of Bethel, Bill Bulford and John Siwicki of Yankton, Richard Cloeter of 1 Concordia and Rick Brommer of Sioux Falls. Area Schools News OC CHRISTIAN The Northwest Iowa Christian School Interscholastic Program was held last Friday in Western Christian High. All individuals or groups participating received one of three ratings: superior, excellent or good. Those representing O.C, C.S. received the following rating within the specified categories: Creative Writing: Poetry, Bonnie Miedema, Excellent; Verna Arkema, Good. Essay, Bev Van Gelder, Excellent; Maria De Vries, Superior. Short Story, Barb Ravestein, Excellent; Carla Vander Stoep, Good. Speech: Interpretive Prose, Helena Mulder, Excellent; In- terp. Poetry, Stephanie Huizenga, Excellent; Memory Prose, Lyle Huisman, Superior; Memory Poetry, Bonnie Miedema, Superior. Music: Piano, Grade 6, Laura Vander Windt, Superior; Grades 7-8, Bev Van Gelder, Excellent. Instrumental Solo: Delmar De Jong, Superior; Bonnie Miedema, Superior. Instrumental Ensemble: Lynne Roos, Carla Vander Stoep, Bev Van Gelder, Excellent. Vocal Ensemble: Verna Arkema, Diane Huitink, Laura Huizenga, Margaret Lefever, Laura Vander Windt, JoEllen Visser, Superior. Seventh Grade Choir, Superior. The Northwest Iowa Christian Schools Basketball tournament is also underway. O. C.C.S.'s girls' team, coached by Dennis Eekhoff has won the first two rounds against Shel- and Sanborn Christian championship playoff on March 11 at Western Christian High. The O.C.C.S. boys, coached by' Al Apotheker, have won their first game against Rock Valley Christian and will be playing their second round game against Sheldon Christian this week. On February 21, the Northwestern Women's Basketball team defeated the women's team from Briar Cliff. NW found the range in the first quarter dumping in 26 points while holding Briar Cliff to 5. The half time score showed Northwestern leading 40-20. The third quarter score was NW 48-BC 32 and the final score was 56-39. Northwestern had a balanced scoring attack led by Cindy Fliss, 5'7" junior from Everly, with 12 points, and Mary Ver Steeg, 5'8" senior from Sioux Center, with 10 points. Joyce Winterhof, 5'8" freshman from Cherokee, grabbed 8 caroms to lead the team in rebounding. The weekend of Febr. 25-26 saw the Northwestern Women's Basketball team travel to Iowa City for the State Women's Inter-Collegiate Basketball Tournament. In the first round action, Northwestern played an undefeated. Parsons JV team. After starting slowly, NW gained momentum in the second quarter to lead at half time 2926. Northwestern continued to move the ball and won by the score of 61-49. Vicky Blrchard, 5'8" sophomore from Spencer, led the scoring attack with 19 points. Mary Ver Steeg, 5'8" senior from Sioux Center, added 18 points and Deb Thomsen, 5*9" sophomore from Linn Grove, scored 12 points. NW played clean basketball committing only 7 fouls. In the second round of games Northwestern came from behind to defeat a tall rugged Graceland team 73-64. Cindy Fliss, 5'7" junior from Everly, and Deb Thomsen led the NW attack with 23 and 21 points respectively. Mary Ver Steeg added 14 points. Vicky Birchard led In the team in rebounding with 6. Mrs. Arie Drost returned home from the Orange City hospital where she had surgery, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schipper of Peterson spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. John Kots recently. Beginner's Day is scheduled at O.C.C.S. on Friday, March 10 at 1:45 P.M. To be eligible prospective pupils must be five years of age on or before Sept. 15, 1972. Interested parties should phone the school office. M-OC How long has it been since you've heard the old favorite songs of America's history? When did you kick up your heels to "Skip to My Lou"? How many versions are there to the melody of the "Battle Hymn"? The M-OC music classes, grades 4, 5, and 6, invite you to share an evening with them, March 15, to see and hear some of the work they have been doing in the music room. The musical program will review the history of America through her songs. Included will be folk songs, art songs, play party games, solos, instrumental accompaniments and dramatizations. "Y'all come!" is the invitation to the community. The program will be given Wednesday evening, March 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. There will be no charge for admission. don — Schools, placing them in the 6—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 2, 1972 In the championship game Saturday night Northwestern fell to Luther by the score of 55-52. Mary Ver Steeg led the team in scoring with 20 points. Judy Boom, 5'7" junior from Larchwood, added 10 points. Deb Thomsen led in rebounds with 8. Northwestern placed two women on the all tournament team: Mary Ver Steeg, daugh- 'ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ver Steeg of Sioux Center, and Deb Thomsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomsen of Linn Grove. This was the second year in a row for Deb to make the all tournament team. ( Well done ladies! FLOYD VALLEY Saturday, Feb. 26, the district speech contest was held at Rock Rapids, la. Floyd Valley High School was one out of 15 schools participating. Seventeen Floyd Valley students were involved in Individual speeches. The contestants follow. ORATORICAL; Janice Von Arb, "God or Tyrants" II; Debbie Vande Berg, "The Handwriting on the Wall" I; Sherry Hofmeyer, "Tomorrow's World" I. DRAMATIC: Rachel Vander Ploeg, "Mary Stuart" I; Ch- Mrs. Renold Schat had a birthday Feb. 14. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Koepsell, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Koepsell and son Jay of Sioux Falls were there. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brink of Rushmore, Minn., were at the Jake Brink home Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Donkelaar of Sioux Center purchased,the Maurice Cafe and will take possession April I. The Drost's will be moving into the Van Donkelaar home in Sioux Center that they took in on the exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wichers have a son, Daniel Dean, born Feb. 14. That gives them three sons and six daughters. Mrs. Anna Muilenburg, Mrs. Ray De Jong and Mrs. Abe Levering were entertained in the home of Mrs. Katie Raak in Orange City Wed. John Jager of Sioux City had a birthday Feb. 14 and his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jager and the Albert Jager family of Maurice were dinner guests there Sunday. Mrs. Peter Loenhorst and daughter Linda of Redlands. Cal., were house guests in the Bill Korver home. Laura and Lisa Thorn of Sioux City stayed with their grandparents the Korver's while their parents went to Chicago on business. Mrs. Geraldine Van Peur- sem left for Cal. last week to visit in the home of her son Dean and family. Barbara Holtdorf of Brook- Ings and Kristi Holtdorf of Ames were home to see their dad Wesley Holtdorf who is a patient in the Orange City hospital where he had surgery. Transcript of the Will and Estate of Elizabeth G. MaCabe from Delaware County has been filed. The Estate of Lydia Boole paid $195.59 as a balance due in full payment of Inheritance Tax. Mid State DistributlngCom- pany of Des Molnes has filed suit against Al Van Roekel and George Goslinga a/b/a Orange City Appliance Center, asking for Judgment on an open account in the amount of $547.52, together with Interest and costs. By transcript from Mayors Court of Hawarden, Edith N. Schulter has been charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants, committed on Feb. 14, 1972. Defendant .waived preliminary hearing '. and posted bond in the amount .iof $300.00 and was bound over "Ho District Court. J Robert L. Munns filed suit against Charles Hughes asking , for judgment in the amount of $779.78 for damage sustained to goods (a 1970 El Camino Chevrolet) owned by plaintiff. Lillian Sanders and Orrln Sanders of Alexandria Minnesota have filed suit against Joyce Ann Bloemendaal and Pearl Bloemendaal, andShar- on Ann Toenjes and Wendell John Toenjes, resulting from an accident that took place on Feb. 27, 1970, 2\ miles south of Maurice, Lillian Sanders on Division I seeks to collect $15,000 because of negligance on the part of plaintiffs. In Division II OrrinSanders asks for Judgment in the amount of $8000.00 also alleging negligence. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wabeke visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rledeman at Sanborn on Friday afternoon. The Bridge Club met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Grossman, Sr. on Tuesday evening. Guests in the Clarence Vander Laan home on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ten Napel from Jasper, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vander Laan, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vander Laan, Jr. and family both from Beresford. Mrs. Al Van Oort returned after spending 1} weeks in Sioux Fall's visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sprik from Corsica, South Dakota were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jasper. In the afternoon they visited in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arle Van Grouw were guests In the jaxe Abma home at Doon on Saturday evening. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. John Vanden Bosch from Rock Valey and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silvls from Blgelow, Minnesota. <• Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowenhorst and Mr. andMrs.Gerrit Koerselman from Hull returned last week after spending 3{ weeks vacationing in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rave- stein visited with Miss .Marie Klaarenbeek at Rock Rapids last Thursday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Gene Nichols and daughters from Sioux Falls were weekend guests in the G. L. Rens home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowenhorst entertained their children at dinner at the Dutch Mill Inn on Monday evening in honor of their anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Rowenhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rowenhorst and family and Judy Rensink. Mr. and Mrs. AbeSchiebout visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roos at Sheldon on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowenhorst left on Wednesday for a vacation trip to Arizona. Monday evening guests' in the Jake B. Vander Griend home in honor of Mr. Vander Grlend's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and family and Mrs. Glen De Zeeuw. Sunday dinner guests in the Gerald Korver home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Rozeboom, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Rens, Mrs. Kate Bloemendaal from Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hop and boyd from Le Mars and Mr. and Mrs. David Hop from Le Mars. To celebrate their 57! anniversary, Mr. and Mn peter Schaap took their chlj ren and grandchildren jl great grandchildren to dinij at the Auto Dine in sio Center on Thursday eveniH February 24. Attending Mr. and Mrs. John from Maurice, Mr. Alfred Bomgaars, Bonn Dennis and Leon, Mrs. EH anor Jasper, Mr. and Merlyn Jasper, Tary Troy, Mr. and Mrs. Schaap all of Orange Mr. and Mrs. Wallace scha and Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. D? rell Schaap, Chelly, Cindy 1 Tricla and Mr. and Mrs.Hi Ian Bolkema all from Shi don; Mr. and Mrs. Arl Schaap and Melissa from il ton and Mr. and Mrs. R OI | Schaap from Sioux Center congratulatory telegram received from Mr. and n Michael Czerna of PensaJ Florida who were unabljf attend. Mrs. S. Scorza win] speaking at Matlock on Fr at the World Day of Pral Rev, and Mrs. Henry i den Heuvel and son returned home Saturdays!] noon from a short Lamont, Mich., where he] guest speaker at a Mortl burning ceremony held day at Lamont ChrlJ school. While In Mich, also visited with her par^ Rev. and Mrs. John VSL Ploeg and they also consij an ear specialist for Bra who has been ill for time with an ear infecl Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fej and Mr. and Mrs. AlvinI Herder were hosts at ; niversary dinner held atl Auto Dine Saturday after! honoring their parents, f and Mrs. Ophe Feekes.l their Golden anniversj Children and grandchild and the Sandbulte and relatives attended. Mrs. Jess Wells retui home Monday afteril having spent since Wed,! her children, Rev. and Knight Wells at Valley, and she also visited in Omaha. Albert Sprik. iiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimw^ Among our 6 savings plans is one designed for YOU! John Dykstra left for Cal. to spend the remainder of the winter with the children. Irwin Reinking had the misfortune to fall on the ice at home and fracture a bone near his ankle on Thurs morning. It was put in a cast. eryl Van't Hof, "Hagar" Ij Bonnie Goslinga, "Molly" I; LuAnn Rensink, "Portrait of Monica" n; Lea. Braun, "Sorry, Wrong Number" I, HUMOROUS: Peggy Varide Hoef, "Arsenic and Old Lace" Ij Linda Van Roekel, "Little Brother Vin" 11; Helen Boersma, "Bowling is Fun???"II. INTERPRETIVE POETRY: Karen Roetman II; Rachel Vander Ploeg nj Mary Van Zandbergen, "The Hollow Men" I; LuAnn Rensink, "Melora Vila" II; Audrey Roetman I. INTERPRETIVE PROSE: Karen Roetman, "Tell Tale Heart" I; Mary Van Zandbergen, "Meditation on The Lord's Prayer" IIj Linda Van Roekel "Charles" III. RADIO ANNOUNCING: Dan Harmellnk II; Kim Friedrichsen Hj Cheryl Van't Hof I, Boy Scouts to have Goodwill drive The Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, are currently making plans to conduct their annual "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" clothing drive. This nationwide program by the Scouts, is another of the Good Turn events which highlight the scouting activities in Orange City. This drive is not just a drive for an organization's profitable gain, but it is a means of income for 150 Handicapped workers who are self- supporting instead of state supported. These Handicapped workers are taxpayers, not tax burdens. The Boy Scouts of America have given time and effort in order to help these less fortunate people. This is a voluntary project which the Prairie Gold Council has agreed to be a part of and they need the support of the citizens of the Council area to make this drive another success. On Saturday, March 11, the Cub Scouts, under the leadership of Cub Master Phil Patton and the den mothers, will distribute a scout "Good Turn Day Bag" to all of the homes In Orange City. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials, and small household appliances, which the Handicapped men and women can process for resale in their retail stores and provide their weekly wages. Then on Saturday, March 18, the Boy Scouts, with Scout Master Robert Schott in charge, will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for delivery to Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. 1. 1 3. 4. 5. 6. Time Certificates, $1,000 & over 2 years only Time Certificates, $1,000 & over 1 year only Time Certificates, $500 to $1,000 6- and 12-month certificates Time Certificates, $2,500 & over 3-, 6- and 9-month certificates "Golden Passport Account" Minimum balance -- $500 Minimum deposit — $100 "Instant interest" — compounded daily Passbook Savings Account i 2 51 5 5 5 5 4 Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts -- Home Improvement Loans -- Travel Checks Checking Accounts -- Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Business Loans -- Farm Loans — Auto Loans Northwestern Sfafe Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY Member F.DJ.C. iiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiHiiiminnnum,,,,,,,, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiii mil""" *= "*&

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