The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 16, 1972 · Page 1
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1972
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HOAG & 30N3 SPfUNGPORT Mi CHI QAM OR THWESTERN COLLEGE *' « tdi2 6 A rsotbella Choir Home 7:30 p.m. --««rT First Reformed gSSl'oS* c «y ob Kor eX One*Man Art Mon-Fri. io-5 o hoWl science Hall Gallery, Van Peursem A.WNW careers conference 3:00-9:00 p.m. for *omen, Union Dorm Lounge 37th — Year Chapel Choir Easter 3:00 p.m. rnncert, American Reformed Church, Orange City ORANGE CITY, IOWA March 16, 1972 : : The three daughters, left to fight, Dtann Moore, |y Van Wyk, Jo Lynn Vander Zwaag and match- kerJean Mast. mer has problems in "Fiddler" (daughters to marry jjame horse, a bossy |such are the problems yye, the Jewish father sjlhe central figure In 1st on the Roof," the fey hit about Jewish I life in Czarist Rus- ffyye, the tradltiona- s'illsmayed as the out- iorld begins to creep iii«illsge.'and'hls three daughters feel Its in:e, The three daugh- ril! be portrayed by Ju- Wyk, Diann Moore, and Jo Lynn Vander Zwaag In the Orange City Tulip Time production May 18, 19,and20. Judy and Diann are students at Northwestern College, and Jo Lynn attends Northwest Iowa Vocational School at Sheldon and is employed by the Northwestern State Bank. The Matchmaker, who plays an important role In all of the decision-making, will be played by Miss Jean Mast, Who teaches in the Physical - Education Department at Northwestern College. will present « 6r , esFllm . March 18, In the Town residents and <> to attend r speclal fllm oil lhan a Pictorial iwopw of covers a vesofmany set against the l Series: Faces of France . * ! the Raiders dropped in overtime at K. C. The NW Red Raiders, who were matched with look-alike West Georgia in the NAIA Kansas City Tournament, went down to defeat in overtime play with a 73-69 final score. Although West Georgia ran away with an early lead and claimed the final victory, the score was tied about ten times during the play. West Georgia challenged with Charles Hamilton, a 6'6" pushy player—aggressive and Physical—who has averaged 21.7 rebounds and 22.2 points per game, but Jim Woudstra Orange City's own 6'6" center seemed tohandle him well. The Georgia team ran up a 9-0 lead when Jacobsen called a time out. The Raiders settled down and Gregg Bosch hit the bucket, chalking up the first two Raider points. Woudstra took a few from the charity strip, but the Raiders still couldn't find the hoop. After the first ten minutes of play they got Into the game and began to hit. Hamilton fouled Woudstra, the Raiders connected and finally with the clock at 7-35 the home team were only down by one with a 21-20 score. Kempers hit with Borden, (On Tuesday afternoon at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Orange City, la.) Corn 1.08 Oats 69 Soybeans 3.11 Top Hogs 23.50 Top Sows 22.00 a field goal and Bosch, who did not seem to suffer 111 effects from his knee, added another. With the clock at 5-15 the Raiders pulled Into the lead for the first time, 25-24. Mark Johnson, the freshman from Mallard, relieved Bosch. Estes placed a 25 footer and a see saw battle ensued until the whistle blew. The score ended 33 all. Turnovers and rebounds were even In the first half In a loosely called game. Northwestern claimed the first point In the second half with a foul shot by Woudstra and followed with a goal by Bosch. With the Raiders holding a 37-33, Hamilton suc^ cessfully boxed out Woudstra. The Raiders played a man to man defense and the battling under the boards was fierce. The Raiders still seemed to have a lid on the hoop while the officials added protection to the 14th computer-seeded West Georgia team. Townsend went in for Woudstra, who chalked up Ms fourth foul. The West Georgia Gregg Allen leaped for the boards. Dave Aalbers claimed two from the charity strip, and with the clock at 12-48 the Raiders were ahead 51-45. The Raiders ran up a six point lead 55-49 with 10 minutes left. Time was called and when the Raiders returned to the court, the West Georgia team caught them again. Townsend left the game with his fifth foul and Georgia claimed a two point edge. The Raiders went Into a zone defense while another exchange in points began. The team traded turnovers at the end of the second half. Neither could place a goal. The buzzer sounded with the contesters at 65 all. The five minutes of overtime, Woudstra was forced out with his fifth foul. And foul shots by West Georgia ran up their score. Although Aalbers tried and the Raiders ran, the West Georgia team took home the victory 73-69. A disappointed Jacobsen thought that neither team played well. The Raiders who have played fighting ball all year couldn't seem to connect on the big court. Bosch claimed 16, Woudstra 14, Kempers, 15. West Georgia's Hamilton took 24 and Stewart 23. The students of Unity Christian High will present the play, "The Curious Savage", by John Patrick on March 17, 18, and 20 at 8 o'clock p.m. in the Unity gym. "A-a-a-h! It's alive!" Fairy panics at Mrs. Savage's teddy bear when the'Inmates enter to meet her characters left to right: Judy Brouwer (Fairy), Bruce De Groot (Jeff) Bev Katje (Florence), Valerie Visser (Mrs. Paddy), and Steve Piaster (Hannibal). Archbishop Sheen on TV Sun. Archbishop Fulton J Sheen, renowned author, lecturer, preacher and TV personality, is the featured speaker In the largest interfalth service in California history--shown as a color TV special on Sunday, March 19, KELO (Ch 11) at 9:00 a.m. Archbishop Sheen Is the guest of Dr. Robert SchuUer on the HOUR OF POWER a one- hour morning worship service originating from the world's first walk-in, drive-in inspiration center In Garden Grove, o California. "We are honored to welcome Archbishop Sheen to our HOUR OF POWER audience," states Dr. Schuller, the originator of "Possibility Thinking". A part of the televised service will Include Dr. Sculler's presentation of a gold madallion to the Archbishop, bearing the "Possibility Thinker's Creed", which sta- tes: "When faced with a mountain I will not quit! I will keep striving untillclimb over, find a pass through, tunnel underneath—or simply stay and turn the mountain Into a gold mine, with God's help!" . Nationally televised weekly HOUR OF POWER presents a positive, practical application of Christian principles to life situations, and is seen each Sunday on KELO (11) at 9:00 a.m. nas a substantial background in radio and TV and recently sold his business, a School of Modern Radio Technique, to devote full time to the production of travel-adventure films, not only for television and the Industrial world but also for the lecture curcult. For Its final program of the season, the Orange City Women's Club Is pleased to present ''Faces of France" with Chris Borden, Tickets are available at the door. Elementary school children will again be admitted at reduced prices. The budding young poets of Farmers Mutual Co-op at Alton are Don Kellen, Bob Schreur, Bill Schnee and Marlca De Jong, Marica was the sign painter, (Editors note: We would like to have been a mouse In a corner when they were making this up.) The annual Orange City Womens Club Spring dinner will be held on Wednesday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m. In the Orange City Christian School. The theme will be "Impressions of England." Mrs. Miriam Baker, writer of the Sioux City Journal column "From My Kitchen Window" will be the speaker. Tickets may be secured by contacting Mrs. Lynn Lorenson at 4603, Mrs. Marvin Vogel at 2760 or your department chairman before April 1. The beautiful table decorations are being made by 1-r, Mrs. Harold Hoekstra, Mrs. Lynn Sorenson, Mrs. Dale Boone and Mrs. Marvin Vogel. Not pictured is Mrs. Harold Pals, A Cappella Choir will give spring coricert on Sunday The Northwestern College A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Professor, Law: rence Van Wyk,, Vf111 .present Its spring, concert .-March 19, at 7:30 p.m., in the First Reformed Church In Orange City. The 42 voice choir, which has recently returned from touring Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan where concerts of sacred music were performed in schools and churches, will sing pieces that accentuate a contemporary mood In the religious world. JESUS AND THE TRADERS and HOW FAIR THE CHURCH OF CHRIST are forceful and meaningful for today's church-goer. In the traditional vain songs of praise and favorite hymns will bring a receptive response. O FOR A THOUSAND TONGUES and AMAZING GRACE continue to delight audiences who appreciate church music. Women's Club Convention Tues. The Sioux County Federated Women's Club Convention will be held in Hawarden, Iowa on Thursday, March 23, 1972 in the "The Associated Church." It will be hosted by the Hawarden Federated. .Women's Club. ' Registration and coffee hour will be at 9:00 a.m. and the Convention will be called to order at 9:45 a.m. A noon luncheon will be served at the Associated Church. The musical, "It's All About Love" will be presented by the "24 Singers" of the West Sioux Community High School, directed by Mr. Leonard Bllnde. Mrs. Willis Johnson, District Director from Holstein, will be the guest speaker In the morning. In the afternoon, Mrs. Peggy Naughton of Sheldon, Iowa will speak on "Individual Responsibilities—The POW's and Yours." The public is Invited to attend this home concert presented in celebration of the Easter season. A fine program has been planned and all the ladies of the county are Invited to attend the Convention. Mrs. Ed Blumeyer of Orange City, Sioux County Federated Women's-Clab President will preside at the meetings." Bob Rorex art show now on at NW Bob Rorex, assistant professor of art at Northwestern, will have a one-man show March 13--April 18 in Science Hall Gallery on the Northwestern Campus. Twelve paintings and nine sculpture pieces will be on display. The gallery Is open from 10:00 a.m.--5:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri. in a style of modified realism, the works are primarily figurative. They represent the subjective observations of the artist. Bob, who is able to work effectively in many media, has been teaching at Northwestern for two years. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa. First stage of the Faith Lutheran Church Faith Lutheran moving to new church Sunday, March 19 will be moving day for Faith Lutheran Congregation. A special Service of Entry will begin at the Northwestern College chapel at 6 p.m., followed by a processional march to the new facilities, located on Highway 10 East, Orange- City, Upon entering, a Service of Praise and Thanksgiving will be held, followed by fellowship. The first stage unit, which is nearing completion, will Include a fellowship hall, kitchen, four class rooms, study and rest rooms. The fellow- ship hall will serve as the chapel until a nave Is built at a later date, Faith Lutheran Congregation was organized and held It's first service on Jan. 11, 1970. The congregation has been using the N.W. college chapel since that time. Dedication Sunday has been set for Sunday, April 23 with three services scheduled. At 10:30 a.m. worship services will be conducted by Dr. Ellis Nieting, president of Iowa District West Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. At 2:30 p.m. dedication service service will be conducted by Rev, John Hargreaves, the church's first pastor, now of Red Oak, Iowa. At 7:30 p.m. dedication vespers services, will be conducted by Kev. Alvln Barry, mission and stewardship counselor,Iowa District West, The Orange City congregation's pastor, Rev, Leroy Riemer, will assist in all services. On Sunday, April 30, an open house will be held from 1:30 p.m. to 7p,m. The public Is invited to any or all of the services.

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