The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 16, 1972 · Page 8
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March 16, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 8

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The spaldlng Spring Con- Spring Conceit March 19th and chorus and the St. Mary's-St, Ahthony's-St. e night willfea- ture several fund-raising events, cakewalk, fish pond, selections DV Jini; wo i.*-* «"o» BORN FREE, a musical composition from the movie or that title; and EVEN1N1 THE COUNTRY, an orcl tral transcription by tti e f garlan composer BelaQo| This number featu saxophone solo by Ru ter. ' The chorus will DON'T KNOW HOW TOL HIM, from SUPERSTARl DAME JEANETTE, a \J War n love song; A si AH WILL BE DONG, al ritual song by \ Dawson; and more. Both the concert activities will be held ] Spaldlng gym. --Linda Dyl Debaters Make 8-0 to Forensic State Finals ' _ Spalding High School March 16, 1972 Alton-Grcmville-Hospers _ • Art Students Silk-screen Drapery joe Schuver and Rose Schumacher, Art I students admire their after-midnight job of silk screening dark-curtains for Room 209. The print-was designed by John Alesch, another art student. .. .-» ritv April 14-15. Affirmatives Tim Shea and Bill Schumacher defeated Spirit Lake, Schaller, Lake City, and Floyd Valley. Jane Ney and Sharon Youngers, negative debaters, swamped Emmetsburg, Lincoln Central Gruver, Floyd Valley, and n \, s ,„ ta ."°w.CHy Apru , 4 .,5 _ We Congratulate The Floyd Valley T-Birds On Their Success in the State Tournament] 'qualifying for the state finals In Iowa City, April 13-15 were Spaldlng (80), Emmetsburg (5-3), •Lincoln Central (5-3), and Floyd Valley (4-4). •:.S Alescn, anuuiei «"•.•=—• Spalding Ranks High Drake Physics Exam i. _ L,, _ j i« «• 4-oondCPpr C Out of six hundred and thirty-four participants, Spalding earned recognition by achieving twentieth and twenty-second Place in the Drake University Physics Prize Examination, March 3. J. .. Larry Degen and Bill Schumacher, both Spalding seniors, earned a rating of 78.1% and 77.4% respectively out of the 45 contestants who scored 70% or above. Ninety-eight schools from all over Iowa attended the contest. The examination tested the individuals on basic physics and physical science concepts. Larry and Bill are finding their senior year lull of high honors. Larry has been named —•—• Mr. and Mrs.R.Schat,Mrs. Winnie 'Levering and Mrs. Bert Van Steenwyk went to. Sioux Falls Sat. to attend funeral services for a relative Mrs. Florence Knudsen. C1C was no doubt about it that on their going to the State Class were painted by the F-V and Debbie Hey man. The T-Birds first Randy Rockwood of Ca if. spent the weekend at the Harold Jahn home. Sunday at- Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jager spent a couple weeks with their children at Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stal- Ibaum spent the weekend with the children in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mulder of Ireton attended church service here Sun. evening and were guest In the Tom Smit Home. Rev. Harold Lenters oflre- ton had charge of the church service here Sun. evening and . Rev. Van Koeverlng was in the 1st Ref. of Hull. The Dennis Conrad family moved to Alton Sat. where he is working for Homan's as a T. V. repair man. Mr. Frank Kuiken observed his 84th birthday March 9 and all the children and grand children were home except those in California. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon De Kock went to Sioux City Sun, when they called in the Harvard Mieras and George Dykstra homes. Mrs. Dykstra had had minor surgery last week, an outstanding teenager of 1972 and was a member of the first-place winning-team at the Crieghton Math Contest. Bill is also an Outstanding Teenager and Is a . member of the Spalding ^De- • bate Team that has been Number 1 on the Iowa Debate Poll for the past five weeks or more, and will be debating, on television for the State Finals along with partner Tim Shea. The team has also advanced into the Forensic Fi- Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ambrose Schumacher and Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Degen, all of Granville. --Joe Schuver •••MM Mrs. Albert De Jager had a birthday the 10th and the children came home Sun.: The Peter Van Maasdam family the Paul De Jager family and Ray Johnson's of Sioux City Cheryl Schuck of Worthlng- ton and Miss MaryKoehlmaas of Paullina. ••••^•w SillSchumacher Larry Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of Boyden were supper guest at the Mrs. Anna De Jager home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Vander Aarde entertained the following guests on Friday for the birthday of Otto Mouw. Mrs. Minnie Lubbers and Mrs. Ted Lubbers and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew De Zeeuw of Sioux Center, Mrs. Hannah Heemstra, Mrs. Katie Raak, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Heemstra. Mr. Ed Wassenaar, Mrs. Bert Lubbers, Mrs. Allie Lubbers and Mrs. John Hofmeyer. Mr. Mouw was 92 years old. n Nibble Nots Tops Club observer! their 1st Anniversay. 3HG pounds had been lost by members. Mrs. Wilma Vandor Stelt won first prize and Winova Van Regenmorter 2nd. Pictures were taken and they played games and coffee and cookies were served by Linda Feldhacker and Nell Kuecher. .\ card shower was held for the KOTS graduated Berdena Bleeker, Bertha Kluis and Lucille Wierda. Wilma Vander Stelt was judged queen of the month and given a free shampoo and hair set. family of Craig were also Sere? He will be leaving for Greenland where he has of NOTICE will be Loul Newt Mr. and Mrs. Simon Harmelink drove to Kansas City to see the Northwestern basketball team .compete in the first round of the NAIA tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink and Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Vries accompanied them. They were guests in the Dennis Harmelinkhome in Overland Park, Kan. Mrs. Jennie Jansma, Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer and Mrs, Florence R. Mouw spent last Thursday in Sheldon. TOANS $50 to $5,000 I Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Terms Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Ommeren of Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vermeer of Boyden were Sunday afternoon guests in the Joe Van Ommeren home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Watson of Alton were guests in the home of Mrs. Charles Vander Stoep on March 8. Weekend guests of Mrs. Florence Stegeman were Mr. and Mrs. Dean De Vries of Ukiaha, 'Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Schut, Kevin and Joy of Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Te Kolste of Firth, Neb. were Sunday dinnner guests. They had returned their children to Northwestern after the spring break. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Niewenhuis of Hospers. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Van Pelt and two daughters from Des Moines spent the weekend visiting in the parental Ray Van Pelt home. Mrs. Marion Mouw was a guest in the home of Mrs. Charles De Vries last Monday afternoon. OUR iDWEST PRICE EVER/ Mrs. Irene Cose weekend with her mother at Denison who observed her birthday March 11. sorolty at I.S.U. Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong and Mrs. John Brink called on M n rs Jessie Sas at Hul and Mr. and Mrs. George Mieras at Orange City. Attending funeral services for Gerrit Hibma here were Mr. and Mrs. Pete VanMaas- dam of Westbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Van Maasdara of Harris Mr. and Mrs. UICK SmitsofWorthington.Mrand Mrs. James Brown and Mrs. Nick Hibma of Hull. \Closed for Vacation March 1$ thru March 26 OK Cafe Alton, lowo "Loans Payable On A (Thirty-nix Months Basis" Also larger loans available for financing of trucks and autos at reasonable rates. Household goods, autc$, livestock accepted as securities. A-C Loan & Finance Co,, Inc, 27 Central Ave. Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-4103 Mrs. Mildred Blurt Mrs. Don Mouw _ at the meeting of tha County American l« xillary on Wednesda umet. Mrs. Blui| District President Mouw is District Mr. and Mrs. J'J Keith and Karla frort field, South Dakota w end visitors in thel Mr. and Mrs. Harff Also joining them o| were Mr. and Mrs| Mouw and family ley. Mrs. Jean Mrs. Grace Vande I Sioux Center last Monday in Mr. and Mrs. Gerritj Choose new 19" D , AQ . compact giant-screen 23^. table mj and consoles Take your choice of Chromacolor, now at sf- , Spectacular Prices! All feature the Zenith pawn I picture tube that gives you a color TV picturevi brighter, so much sharper, with so much more i and detail you really have to S££ it to see m i at Zenith Headquarters POPMA RADIO & T.V. 40 Years of DependableSenj 8..THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 16, 1972

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