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March 9, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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Photos by Terry Goslinga The 1971-72 M-OC varsity basketball team. Standing, left to right: Don De Koter Brad Van Roc-yen, Jon Kllnghagen, Scott Dunlop Dennis Zeutenhorst and Jim Smlts. Seated: Dave Hulsart, Todd Surber, Mike Verdoorn, Mark Velllnga and Tom Van Rooyen. The Recort DEEDS FILED Ray F. Bradford, Sgl to Frank J. Schuller 4 wf Blk 3, Vac Plat of South Addn, Hwdti $1. John H. Alesch, Referee to AMn Oldenkamp Si NEj 996-43 $55,000. Mary C. Engels. wdw to Alvin Oldenkamp S\ NEj 996-43 $1. Keith A. Beekley, Trustee to Ben G. Gerdes & wf Pt Ls 1, 2 & 3, Blk 6, Hwdn. $10. Gerald J. Hevern etal to Gerrit De Yager & wf N{ SW{ 16-97-47 $30,000. Anna H. Wandscheer etal to John B. Broek E-? NW^ 21-96-45$!. Roland Vander Hatnm etal to Martha Jahn E^ NW^ NWj- 15-94-46 $1. Robert Fritz, Admr to Gertrude Jahn 8/40 Int In NE£ NW^ 15-94-46 $4133. Roland Vander Hamm etal to Gertrude Jahn NE-£ NW| 15-94-46 $1. Robert Fritz, Admr to Martha Jahn 8/40 Int In E| NW{ NW^ 15-94-46 $2067. Jessie Gertrude Evenhuis etal to Caroline Vlsser W{ NEi 18-96-43 $1. Lloyd H. Youngkin etal to Fred Schuerkamp & wf L 2 in Aud Subd & Rplt of Blk 13, Van Or man's Addn, Hwdn n. Arie F. Noteboom etal to flubert Noteboom & wf Frl. & ET SWi 30-95-44 The 1971-72 M-OC junior varsity team. Standing, left to right: Rod De Jong, Brad Roos Randv Lubbers, Jim Slebersma, and Doug De Haan. Kneeling: Mike Cohen, Gerry Bomgaars, Scott Simmelink, Jeff Van Rooyen and Tim Vellinga. Coach Lynn Sorensen. Coach is Mr. Terry Arends. Farm Outlook (Continued from page 3) pounds (narcass weight basis), vertl consumption arlded another 2.7 pounds—a total of 110 pounds of beef and veal. This compares with 87 pounds per capita in 1958 which Futrell says is when the pre- snnt uptrend in beef cow numl)ors Iwgfln. Contributing to this growth in lx»pf consumption has been the incrfase in cattle feed- ins, particularly the growth in ronimercial feeding op- orations. A downtrend in slaughter of calves, a decrease in slaughter of non- tod steers and heifers, and advances in breeding and nutrition have also improved the officiency of beef production according: to Futrell, Current projections of population growth and per capita t'Of.f consumption suggest the K.iiirm will need a beef cow herd of around 45 to 47 million head in 1980. This assumes per capita beef and veal consumption of 130 pounds or 14 pounds more than thn current level. This would mean a total national increase of 6 to 8 million beef cows over the next eight years or an average annual increase of from 2 to Z\ percent. Futrell says potential for expansion is probably limited in some cattle-producing states while other areas have feed resources for more rapid growth. Other factors involved are the relative pro- W:il,ility of beef cow operations and feed conditions from year-to year. Futrell says over-all national expansion, however, appears likely to be somewhere near the projected range. "This means that future growth in Iowa should be within thecon- lc>yl nf national needs and the .',-.„[•."• <,t I .eel' cow ex- n:;;i: : ;ioii in other states." F-V High School Concert March 13 Floyd Valley High School instrumentalists will present a formal program at their annual Spring Concert, to be held Monday evening, March 13, at 8:00 p.m. in the Alton auditorium. Performing groups will be the Concert GO members and the Chamber Band of 35. Each which will play selections ranging from light classics to the latest in rock and contemporary music for winds. Major works to be performed by the Concert Band include "Chorale and Alleluia" by the American composer Howard Hanson, and the popular "Irish Washerwoman" from Le Roy Anderson's "Irish Suite." Additional selections to be programmed include "Selections from West Side Story," "Rainy Days and Mondays," and marches by Osterling and Alfred Reed. The Chamber Band will present "Yankee Doodle" arranged by Morton Gould-a driving, brassy number which makes use of the old Revolutionary War tune. <f Valdres Marsj," based on a Norwegian folk tune, features trumpet solists Mike Cleveringa and Randy Van Dyke. Highlight of the eveningwill be the "Jass Suite "by Morrissey, a work which blends the lightness and rhythmic vitality of the jazz Idion into a skillful arrangement for full instrumental ensemble. The three movements of the suite represent varied and in- 1 teresting comparisons of ba- , sic jazz style. James Moen, FV music director, stated that tickets for the performance will be available at the door. All area residents are invited to attend this concert and enjoy an evening of fine music. Mrs. Wilbert Kots had the misfortune to slip on the ice and break her pelvis. She is hospitalized in the local hospital. Mrs. Kruid and Mrs. Ten Napel from Hawarden were Friday visitors in the home of Mrs. Hattie Vande Brake. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Maten from Hospers visited with Mrs. Herman Vander Maten on Tuesday evening. Esther Stapenhorst & wf hs :o Wallace E. Van Roekel 1/3 Int in S\ NWi 34-94-45 $1. Melvina Toney & hs to Wallace E. Van Roekel 1/3 Int in S-j NWi 34-94-45 $1. Merlin R. Youngers & wf to Wallace E. Van Roekel 1/3 int in S| NWi 34-94-45 $1. William R. Freriks & wf to Edmund F. Pottebaum & wf Pt Ls 20, 21, 22 & Pt vac alleys, Blk 8, Alton $1. Edmund F. Pottebaum & wf to Lester Konz Pt Ls 20, 21 & 22 & Pt vac alleys, Blk 8, Alton $1. (Life Estate) Tunis Fluit & wf to James L. Vanden Bosch & wf Pt L 3, Blk 2, Aud Subd of Rei- sma Reserve, North Soo Cen $7000. Wallace Andy Van Berkum & wf to Dwlght H. Hansen & wf Pt L 48, Oakwood Addn, RV $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9991 George Brunskill, deceased DC 13967 Robert L. Munns vs Charles Hughes (Law) NEW AUTOS Marlin G. Gebauer, Irtn, Olds. Robert S. Jager, Hawarden, Ford. Jim Eekhoff, Soo Center, ; Pontiac. Norman L. Vande Berg Sioux Center, Chev. Leon Dale Ver Steeg, Orange City, Ford. Gary L. Boeve, Hull, Chev. Arnold Humme, Hull, Chev. A. J. Boersma, Sioux Center, Buick. George P. Hentges, Alton, Pontiac. James Cleveringa, Sheldon, Chev. Ralph Brummel, Hull, Chev, Thane R.Marra, Hull, Chev. Gerald C. Van't Hul, Rock Valley, Pontiac. NEW TRUCKS Ralph Van Meeteren, Sheldon, Chev. Leon D. Ver Steeg, Orange City, Ford. Arloa Mae Te Stroete, Sioux Center, Ford. Cornie Folkerts, Inwood, International. Donald Van Egdom, Hawarden, International. Formost, Inc., Hawarden, Chev. Spending walks away with 2 scholarships team took the first ^, a ™, phy for total teim points i 40 other schools. ' Larry Degen pai 1ft the Chalk Talk s,™. Which he gave a dembJ Ittri of a Mathematical (L cept, much In the wayat e f er does In a classro om f Judy Schmlt and Karen* sen labored throughtihel Hatter Marathon, a test |l pld computation of basic i concepts, Glenn Hansen and Davel stuck It out through the | Frog Event as did Joe $c ind Dave Homan In the I thon. Mr, Efta was esp™ proud of all the contesU "We went into the co cold. I had never been • before so I didn't know] to expect. And you guyJ pulled through just f| n t was a good experience all of you." f Between events, tlma spent touring the school,] Ing' some Intriguing ' games, and watching i students play blackjack a computer. During the htgh-sp ride home, Mr. Efta w, your reporter that he' flunk him in Algebra III told about what he dlj this reporter won't tel how in Mr. Efta's excitl of winning the first! trophy he tried to put nil coat on upside clown aj side out. And he wnti you how everybody la and laughed and laughed --Joe Sc "I can't get over It. You guys never let me down, was Math Teacher Mr. Efta's comment as Spalding walked out of the Crelghton Math Contest at Crelghton University, Omaha, with two $300 scholarships for second place In an event and the first place trophy for total team points In its division. Linda Koster and Theresa Hansen, both seniors, took second place in the Leap Frog Event, a test of 25 problems to be done in one hour. After the first hour the team members exhanged their papers and corrected each other's papers. The girls received $300 scholarships to Crelghton, individual trophies, and some Math books. The Larry Degen, Linda Koster, Theresa Hansen, Judy Schmit, and Karen Hansen low! Hi Mr. and Mrs. Arie celebrated their 59than sary on Monday evenln joying dinner with thei evening at the Dutch M were Mr. and Mrs. Te Grotenhuis, Mr. an Hans Vander Maten am Mr. and Mrs. Audle Peursem and Greg. Thi received calls from \ Mrs. Henry Boone froi Beach, Cal., Mr. an Lawrence Boone and from Artesia, Cal,, a ert Vander Maten, \vl tour with the North College Choir in Indiana. whfl Lafl Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Griend from Doon wen Wednesday supper the Steve Van Iperenj Linda Koster and Theresa Hansen admire the second- place trophy each took in the Math Contest at Crelghton University. Besides these trophies, they received $300 scholarships and some math-books. Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedders who spend their winters in • Florida, celebrated their 45th • anniversary on February 23. They spent the day in Tampa and in Bradenton, visltingwith friends and on February 25 their guests for supper, in honor of this event at the Harvest House in Palm Beach Mall were Mrs. Nell Noble, Mrs. John Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Nick D. Bogaard entertained their family, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to a Breasted Chicken Dinner and to an anniversary cake and ice cream fellowship at the home of Clifford Bogaard. They all listened to the exciting ball game on the radio. On Sat. night March 4, Mr. Otto Mouw entertained his | children at dinner at the Dutch Mill Inn. His guests were Mrs. John J. Hofmeyer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. VernonJ. Mouw, from Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw from Sheldon, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rowerdink of Vinton. The occasion was to help Mr. Mouw celebrate his 92nd birthday which will be on Mar. 11. After the dinner the family all met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mouw, the evening was spent in visiting and viewing slides ofMr.andMrs. Alfred Mouw's trip to Calif, and Hawaii. Mrs. Otto Wielenga and Mrs. Bruce Woodburn from Redlands, Cal., left last Frl- 0ay after spending a week here coming especially for the funeral of their brother, Jake Duistermars at Hull. NEW, LOW INTEREST RATES The Land Bank has reduced interest rates for the second time in a year. This means that the interest rate will be lower on all new Land Bank loans, as well as on all existing variable rate loans. The Land Bank treats its borrowers right because we're owned by the people we serve. See us if you're considering a loan on land to buy land, pay debts or for other farm or family needs. Sheldon Federal Land Bank Association Phone 324-2414 Box 219 4th Annual Band Parents CARNIVAL March 10, 1972 Supper served at 5:30 Taverns - Hot Dogs Pie - Cake Ice Cream Coffee - Soft Drinks Carnival doors open at 6:00 Admission 25£ -- good for door prize Drawings for • Big AC /DC transistor radio • Electric football game 4-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 9, 1972 Activities for tillages COME AND HAW fUNf OTTOMAN DOUBLE KNIT for the well-dressed woman Ottoman was never newer, never more "now" than polyester double knit. It's machine washable and treated for rain and stain resistance. Its smashing go' are calculated to keep you fashionable in town, at th« at the office. Body-seamed for flattery, in Navy, Of Brown, Beige or Red misses 6-16. $50 DYKEMA'S FINEST Phone 73 7-2277

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