The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 23, 1972 · Page 6
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March 23, 1972

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

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Cap/fa/ Junior High, 1-r, Laurel Mouw, Chrlstl i Michelle Mouw, Karen Koehn. Not presents Klay. Fourth, fifth and sixth graders, back row, John Schutter, Kent Hoskins, Rachel Walllnga. Front row, Derek Riggan, Lisa Boonstra and Julie Breese. Absent was Laura Van Ommeren and Bonnie Hoskins. STUDENT vs TEACHER. This was the opening tip-off of last year's Unity Alumni-Faculty game. Number 43 Rick Vander Berg, Unity coach, goes up against former student of his, Jim Woudstra number 40. The faculty won in two overtimes last year 93-92. This year's will be played this Friday starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Town Hall. The first game will be between the Orange City Christian school girls team and the OCCS alumni girls. A freewill offering will be taken at the door the proceeds of which will go to the Unity Alumni Association. NW opens on Crete diamond F-V's Schipper is named to Class A tourney 2nd team Marv Schipper of Floyd Valley was named to the class A second all-tournament team by sports writers covering the 1972 Iowa state basketball tournament heldlastweek in Des Moines. The Floyd Valley Thunderbirds lost in the first round of play by 49-50 to Alta who went on to become class A champions Saturday night. Minn. Vikings Mars Orange City Bowling Monday League-Standings as of March 20, 1972. in The 1st Annual Sertoma Club "Charity Bowl" game will be played Saturday March 25th at the Le Mars High School Gym. The N.F.C. football champion, Minnesota Vikings, will play basketball versus an all star college team headlined by Northwestern star Greg Bosch, Rick Weaver of Morningside, Curt Strathman, Orville Biever, Jim Sutherland, etc., of Westmar. A preliminary game between the outstanding West- mar girls team and Sertoma club members starts at 7:00 P.m. Ticket prices are $2.00 and 75<? purchased in advance and $2.25 and $1.00 at the door. Tickets are available at 12 Le Mars businesses inclu- | ding Adler Sporting Goods. Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 153 2-N. Y. Life Insurance 143 3-John's Upholstering 134 4-Slouxland Harvestore 126 5-Huisman Gravel 121 6-O.C. Builders 108 7-AUon Premium Feed 108 8-Ron's Deep Rock 106 9-Wells' Blue Bunny 106 10-Punt Gambler 95 High Series: Darryl Turnwall 549; High Games: Darryl TurnwaU 225; Rod Langstrat 210; Bud Vander Laan 203 Clarence Vander Laan 201 Tuesday League-Standings as of March 21, 19-72. Mrs. John Wiersema was a Sunday afternoon caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boterhoek in Hospers. Mrs. Ed Bouw and Eugene from Leota, Minnesota visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brower, at the Heritage House on Sunday. Wins 158 146 144 142 1-Moor Mans 2-Woudstra Market 3-Coast to Coast 4-Sloux Abstract 5-Al's Floor Covering 6-Bowling Alley 118 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 105 8-De Haan Electric 95 9-N.W. State Bank 94 10-Mouws Super Valu 76 High Series: Pete Jeltema652 High Games: Pete Jeltema 211-224-217; Bud Van Otter- loo 222; Rog Brunsting 211; Earl Clark 205; Conley Katje 200. Thursday League-Standings as of March 16, 1972, Mrs. Ed Den Besten from Pella and M-s, John Engbers from Rock Valley were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravenstein, Sr. The Northwestern Red Raider baseball team will launch a 28 game schedule when they travel to Crete, Nebraska on March 31 to meet Doane College. This season will mark the initial baseball campaign for the reorganized Tri-State Conference. Concordia and Bethel Colleges from St. Paul Minn, have joined the Conference along with Sioux Falls, Westmar, Yankton and Northwestern. Returning for Northwestern this sprink is All-Conference pitcher, Bob Van Es, a junior hurler from FloydValleyHigh School, compiled a 4-2 conference mark last season with an E.R.A. of 1.37. Other returning pitchers include; junior, Keith Marra from Sanborn, and sophomores, Bob Vermeer from Sioux Center and Mick Arendt of Dickens, Iowa. Leading freshman pitching candidates are Mitch Bengaard from Exira, Handy Haan from Applington, and Mark Johnson from Mallard. Last season's leading hitters, Craig Van Kley (389) from Sanborn and Tom Estes (355) from Aurelia, will again be looked upon to provide much of the offensive punch. Other returning letterman include the following: Dave Aalbers, junior, Floyd Valley; Dale Van Veldhuizen, junior Boyden-Hull; Darrel Koene, sophomore, Latimerj Curt Krull, sophomore, Central Lyon; and Wayne Van Veldhuizen, sophomore, Boy- denrHull. Other leading prospects Include senior Scott BovenWrk from Chicago and junior transfer Ken Bahrke from King- sely-Pearson. Third graders, back row, Dawn Hosklns, Mary KUnghagen, Tanya Pals. Front row, Janet Hassebroek, Brenda Van Maanen and Kristi Winegar, (4th grade). String student winners at contest Just returning from the Elementary and Junior High Instrumental Music Contest at Northwestern College on Saturday, March 18, are the Maurice-Orange City string players. They participated in solo playing, duets,trios, quartets, violin ensembles and mixed string groups along with students from Sioux Center Christian School, Rock Valley Christian School and Cherokee public school. Receiving I ratings were: Violin solos Derek Riggan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riggan, Bonnie Hoskins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hosklns, Julie Breese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Breese and Rachel Klay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klay. Cello solo: Kent Hoskins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoskins. Violin-cello duet: Bonnie and Kent Hoskins. Violin duet: Kristi Winegar and Derek Riggan. Violin Ensemble: Janet Hassebroek, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Hassebroek, Brenda Van Maanen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Van Maanen, Dawn Hosklns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hosklns, Tanya Pals, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pals, Kristi Winegar, and Mary Klinghagen, daughter of Mrs. Simon KUnghagen. Junior High Ensemble: Rachel Klay, Laurel Mouw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw, Christ! Scorza, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sylvio Scorza, Michelle Mouw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Mouw.andKaren Koehn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Koehn. String instructor is Mrs. Wayland Breese and she was assisted by Mrs. Alan Hofland, a senior at Northwestern College and student teacher in the M.O.C. String department. Accompanying several of the students was Mrs. John Vogel. F-V speech contest winners Last week Saturday, March 18, 11 Floyd Valley students participated In the Individual speech finals at Lake Mills. Out of the 11, 4 superior ratings were given; the other 7 received excellent. superior ratings were given to Kathy Vander Ploeg, storytelling; Audrey Roetman, Interpretive poetry; Mary Van Zandbergen, Interpretive poetry; and Debbie Vande Berg, oratorical. Excellent ratings were given to Cheryl Van't Hof, Radio news announcing and dramatics; Debbie Vande berg, book reviewing; Peggy Vande Hof, numerous; Karen Roetman, Interpretive prose; Rachel Vander Ploeg, dramatics; Bonnie Goslinga, dramatics; Sherry Hofmeyer, oratorical. "After a hard weekend, we are all happy it's over with," says Lea Braun, "Wealsoadd in a word of thanks to our speech director, Mrs. Roggen, for all the hard work she put In to help us." Local New* Mrs. Gertrude Fisher left on Wednesday for Topeka, Kan to attend the District Rescue Mission three day convention. She accompanied Supt. and Mrs. H.K. Hoklln of the Sioux City Gospel Mission and Mrs. Edna Anderson of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Grienke and family spent Sunday afternoon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson at Alta. Additional guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Peterson from Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bond from Storm Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Peterson from Alta. They all participated In the Welcome Home celebration for the Alta basketball team. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Westra from Ireton were Sunday afternoon callers In the home of Mrs. Lou J. Wlelenga. Sunday evening guests In the Cornie Eshuis home were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend and family, Mr. and .Mrs. BernleFedders and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesselink and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Vander Zwaag have recently returned home from a 2 week vacation In San Clemente, Calif. They enjoyed a weeks visit with their children Dr. and Mrs. Ben H. Vande Zwaag. Dr. Vander Zwaag Is presently serving with the U. S. Navy at Camp Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert De judges for day guests ftt tlte k° m « <* Mr. andI MM. Edward DaBoer on Sunday, Mrs, John Wlerstna was a Sunday afternoon caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Neal Boterhoek In Hosjjers, Mrs, Ed Bbuw and Eugene from Lfiota, Minn,, visited with her parents, Mr. and!Mrs, John Brouwer at the Heritage House on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Vander Schaaf were Sunday afternoon visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bolks at Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. AdolphPlagge of Mapleton, la. came to visit Mrs. Wllbert Kots In the hospital on March 15. The KK Klub met at the Dutch Mill Inn on Wednesday morning with Mrs. Henry Te Paske as hostess. Mrs. Ed Van Gorp spent last week at the home of Donald Van Gorp In Mon- tlvideo, Minn. Music contest at NW on Fri. & Sat. The Northwestern College Music Department will host the state Class C Solo-Ensemble Contest on Friday evening and Saturday of this week. High school musicians from twelve schools will be participating In this event. The schools entered are: Floyd Valley, Harris-Lake Park, Sanborn, Sutherland, Ochey- dan, Sioux Valley, Clay Central, Melvln, Prlmghar, Unity Christian, Everly, and Little Rock. Over 700 events will take place during the Friday and Saturday sessions. Gary Currie, Hurn contest managers r 1 rence Van w yk lnd J Hltsema, and th alsted by many Northwestern Pro-Muslca a concession The public is A ces. All Dick Van Gelder I attends seminar Dick Van Gelder O f Gelder Jewelry in Orange attended a one say sen at the St. Paul Hilton 1, In St. Paul, Minnesota rej iy. This seminar, f ot l jewelers, ranged froml hires on diamond mining! ting and appraising to I discussions on store prl tlons and was highlighted! presentation on "TheChl ing Values in the Jewlr dustry" by Dr. Justin ; of Washington, D. C. The seminar wassp by Klrchner's Kaynarl mond Co., of Minneapolis] a selected few retail jeU throughout the Northwest] SPECIAL NOTICi ! Sioux County Foster! ents will meet on Wed: March 9 at 7:30 p.m.l people acting as foster! ehts for the Sioux Count! partment of Social Setj or other agencies, plu| other interested persoi invited to attend. The meeting will In the Fireside Room ( Sioux Center Public 111 and refreshments served. A couple of illegible words in a letter that's written in longhand make it much more interesting reading. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roetman returned last Thursday morning after spending 2-f months In Bradenton, Fla. For pure, soft, filtered, conditioned water Just call ••• W COLUMN MAN!] "Fight Pollution" Switch to Culligan Water Conditioning and pure soap. 'You don't have to buy it « to try i Call 737-2923 KALSBEEK'S in Orange Cil Wins 168 126 120 115 89 78 1-Vogel Finishes 2-Russell's Ready Mix 3- R & R Performance 4-Orange Motors 5-Sllent Sioux 6-Kreykes True Value High Series: Dwaine Vander Vegte 567; High Scores: Dwaine Vander Vegte 236; Kim Dorschner 205; Dennis Vander Vegte 202. WOMEN'S LEAGUE "So you LIKE ii. ft 11 turr guys baby?" We're not tuff--we're just good, friendly people at "Dutch Mill Pharmacy," Whether it's a prescription, cosmetics or a gift—we're here to serve you with the finest. Wins Total Woudstra Super Valu Bowling Alley 7-Up NW Bank Haarsma K-Products De Vries Kraal Vogel Koscot Hubers-VE-D Van Gelder Wells 0 0 3 3 4 2 1 4 0 1 4 3 2 1 714 70 70 63 58 53j 52 52 51 51 47 45 43 34 Johnsons No More Tangles Was $1 OQ !?„ $1.99 NOW I.v37 oz - Kleinert's Baby Pants Reg. A I 5 >1O $.69 NOW **• ' -tiT WEAR A BUFFY™ BY CINDERELLA® ... 1967 Delmont Olds 88 Radio, heater, automatic, air condition, power steering, power brakes, Regular Gas engine. Just think—all this for $1095,00 1967 PLYMOUTH Fury I, 4 door, 6 cylinder ter> com P lete overhauled p> s etlc See our baby ads weekly in this newspaper, Dutch Mill Pharmacy High Game: Sharry Bruxvoort 182j High Series: Lois Vls- ser 465. 6—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITA, inursaay, March 23, 1972 Dial 737-4844 Orange City, Iowa DIAMOND RINGS You'll never forget the day you chose your Keepsake. Its matchless beauty and elegant styling will always remind you of your most wonderful moment . . . your engagement day. Ringi cnluged to ihow d« w | VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the Bank Orange City, Iowa 1966 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 door Dynamic, radio, heater, automatic, factory air conditioning power steering, power brakes ' 1966 OLDSMOBILE 98, 4 door, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, automatic, power ,««„ se ^ ts ' factor y. air conditioning, tilt steering 1966 PONTIAC Bonneville 4 door hardtop, radio, heater, power brakes, power steering, automatic, factory air conditioning 1966 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door Sedan, radio heater, automatic, factory al • cwJtttatfng and power steering B 1966 FORD Galaxie 500, 2 door hardtop, radio heater, automatic, air conditioning, power steering, new tires, real sharp! ' 1965 CHEVY impala 4 door, radio, heater, auto- ORANGE MOTOR CO. South of Courthouse City, Ion . . . Buffy's all ready for Spring in Cinderella's 50% 1 polyester/50% Avril* Rayon skirt n' shirt look. Ttiel navy shirt is attached to a blue and white wallpaP e f dirndl skirt, sashed 'round in red. What's more, its '1 "STOP THE PRESS" 8 collection—Cinderella's exelusi that never needs ironing. Just pop in the washer, and its' ready to wear. Sixes 4/6x, $11.00 DYKEMA'S nuccT Dept rlfltal store Pbone 737*??77 —»-

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