The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 30, 1972 · Page 6
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1972
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Spalding Spotlight Spalding High School Alton-Granville-Hospers At the age of 14, Francine boean sewing clothes for herself, under the direction of her father. Clothes she made at that time were a double- breasted mini coat, a vest and skirt, and a lace empire dress which she wore for her eighth grade graduation. Her more recent creations Include a slack and jumper set, two slack and vest outfits made from the same pattern, hip-hugger bell-bottomed bluejeans, a mini dress that may be worn as a tunic, and a max! skirt trimmed with . , ,L,, "Just for the fun of it Francine made a pillow from gold terry-cloth-textured upholstery material and trimmed it with a gold wilt cord. To most people the only way to get a teddy bear is to have a luck throw at a carnival booth, but to Francine there is another way. She took a pattern and green and white fake fur and turned the fur into an eighteen- inch cuddly teddy bear. A number of these later creations Francine made in connection with the Spalding sewing course in which she is presently enrolled. To Francine and other unrecognized sewers, there's nothing quite like sewbiz. --Julie List Nine Superiors in Speech her many creations made in Home-ec RlhUM f»^^M*BB"« •»»™-*i«^^^^^»™ 1 •' '~ ••" " • •• —™ dress, and a pants outfit. Lying on the table are a vest and a e'reen and white teddy bear, a max! skirt, a lace empire Spartans make com- tn/tment to Christ on Day of Renewal "We have to remove all of our barriers that keep the Lord out, make an invitation to our Lord, work for a total commitment to Christ. This is our goal." Spartans listened attentively to Father Tom Topf and four students from Ft. Dodge, St. Edmunds give their witness to Christ last Monday, as Spalding had its first day of Renewal of the school year. Father and the students held four general conferences each followed by a rap session between the speakers and groups of Spartans. In the conferences Father and the students gave practical suggestions toward becoming-a better Christian, telling of their experiences and applyingthem to the Spalding situation. After the conferences all the students not in on the rap session had a chance to attend a number of spiritual activities throughout the school. SEARCH PROGRAM Al Wjllet, Spalding graduate, and Sister Charlotte Enright, gave a program on the Search experiences as one of the spiritual activities. Al told of his experiences in life that led him to Search while Sister spoke of the movement in itself. Sister Charlotte and Al have been active as directors in a couple of girls' and boys' Searches this year. Joe Schuver and Rose Schumacher gave witness talks on their Search experience at one of f ho spsssions. CHAPEL Caught in the enthusiasm of the day and the brightly colored setting of the room, Spartans experienced spontaneous group prayer before the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel. The prayers stemmed from favorite passages from sacred Scripture that were read aloud by any individual that wished to read. This was followed by silent and verbal praver by all present. The Art I class painted a background and hung banners and posters in the room. Father Kollasch donated his shag carpet to add to the room's spirit, THE SUPPER The film THE SUPPER was another well attended activity of the day, The film drew a relationship between a man who offered some food to another man and was rejected and Christ who offers us spiritual food and is rejected. LAYMEN The Spalding Lavmen, Mr. Efta, Mr. Ehrhardt, Mr. Kommes, and Mr, Ellwanger gave witness to their experiences with Christ and spoke of how their backgrounds related to finding Him. Students also lls- tended to them tell of finding Christ in student-teacher relationships, how some students bring out the best in them and others bring out the worst, and how they have to strive to find Christ in all students. PENANCE There was also a Penance Service for those who wished to receive the sacrament held by Father Mervin Hood of Alton, Father Le RoySeuentjens of Sutherland, and Father Merle Kollasch and Father Ed Tiedeman of Spalding. Also available was a room for silent prayer and meditation. Father Topf was available for private conferences with any students Who wished to talk with him. --Joe Schuver The Spalding Speech Participants are, front row, Dale Hansen, Barb Meis, Valerie Even, Donna O'Kane, Paula Becker, Marilyn Goergen, Edie Ludwig, Bonnie Ricke, Debbie Penning, Ann Konz, Cindy List, Shirley Ricke, Theresa Hansen, Mary Friedman, Jull Holies, Sue Heurtz, Linda Koster, Sandy Kellen, Donna Pottebaum, Rose Schumacher, Ruth Reuter, Linda Dykstra, Sandy Zenk, Joan Marriott. Fran Zips ItUp ; Only a sophomore, Francine Miller is already one of Spalding's finest seamstresses." Spalding captured 9 superiors in the State Speech Finals at Lake Mills, Saturday. 1200 students from north west Iowa participated at Lake Mills Community School. Those receiving I's were Edythe Ludwig, Story Telling; Ruth Reuter and Cindy List, Interpretive Poetry; Sandy Zenk and Theresa Hansen, Interpretive Prose; Larry Degen, Expository Address; Joni Marriott, Original Oratory; Joe Schuver, Dramatic Acting; and Linda Koster, Oratorical Declamation. Other Spalding students participating were Sandy Kellen, Dennis Henrich, Paul Penning, Susie Heurtz, Ann Konz, and Linda Dykstra. Also eligible to participate but not appearing were Bill Schumacher and Julie Holies, In the district meet Spalding rated fourteen superiors. Head of the speech department at Spalding is Sister Merici. Assisting her are Sister Constance, Mr. Efta, Mr. Ehrhardt, Sister Nancy, Sister Rosalita, Father Kollasch, and Sister Ronald, —Linda Dykstra Two Guys Get Zapped Coach of the Year Spaldine's Jim has been named Until District Baseball S the Year by the low School Baseball Coaclll sociation. CMs| Mr. Ellwanger alien* 4th Annual Clinic | n 0 Rapids March loth and He sat on a panel of coi and scouts and dlscussJ ting. He also gave a J hour talk on "Practice! ganlzation and Sessions'! Friday night members o association awarded blni certificate naming ht 'I of the year. I Orval Madden of Floyd] ley was honored for S J •a s baseball coach for32 Vl while Vince Meyer oil. croft St. John's viashol for 37 years' service, Mr. Ellwanger teaches! logy, history, economics J physical education besld: baseball and junior basketball duties, Hlsi ball record at SpaldineiJ 13. (.794) Below, Searchers Jo e | ver and Alvin Kcker, Services held for Ralph Vane Berg Funeral services were held .Saturday, March 25, 1972 at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospers Presbyterian Church for Mr. Ralph H. Vancle Berg who passed away on March 24th at the Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Rev. Robert Offerdahl officiated with burial in the Hospers Cemetery under the direction of Vander Ploeg's Funeral Homr> of Sioux Center. Mr, Dick Hulst was the organist. The Hofmeyer Quartet, accompanied by Mrs. Dean Hof- rnoyer, sang "Face to Face" ami "Hand in Hand" at the service. Mr. Vande Berg was born at Hospers, Iowa on November 27, 1889. He was united In marriage to Carrie Ganzevoort at Hospers on March 24, 1909, Survivors are the widow and the following children: Mrs, James Van Berkum (Magdalene) of Rock Valley, Mrs. Peter Zwagerman (Angeline) of Orange City, Mrs. Ted Van /andbergen (Harriet) of Kearney, Nebraska, Mrs. Clifford Monson (Helen) of Storm Lake, Harold of Rock Rapids, Mrs. John Van Surk- sum (Lavonne) of Sheldon, and Kenneth of Phoenix, Arizona. One son died in infancy. There are 29 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren. He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Andrew of Sheldon, Mrs. Jeanette Reekers of Sheldon and Mrs. John Rasmussen of Salton, Washington, Four brothers and four sisters preceded him. Thursday evening the following couples had supper together at the Cedar Cabin in Ashton: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Zandbergen, Mr.andMrs. Peter Ver Mulm, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Timmer, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kletnwolterink and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Klein- wolterink. The men had all gone fox hunting together during the winter months. Mr, and Mrs. Loyd Grotenhuis and family and Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuis attended a cantata Sunday afternoon at Sibley school which included members of the Sibley, Ocheyedan and WorthtngtonChri- stian schools. Afterward they were all guests at the Harley Grotenhuis home. Bob Top of Ames is spending a few days at the parental Clifford Top home. Clifford Top was dismissed from the Orange City hospital Sunday after suffering injuries In a school bus accident. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van't Hof and family attended the Cantata in Ireton Sunday evening and afterward were guests at the Junior Reinders home. The Reverend and Mrs. George Kots of Orange City were Sunday evening after church guests at the John Lyftgot home. Leon and Dennis De Haan and Jerry Nyenbrink of Hudsonville, Mich, were Friday guests and Sunday dinner guests at the Stanley De Haan home. Additional Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs, Gerrit J, Bos man and family of Boyden. Any Jo and Eric John Doorenbos of Boyden spent Tuesday at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Arthur Mouw. Mr. Fred Grimes and Miss Ardis Mouw spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Mouw, On Sunday evening Ardis participated in a cantata in Sutherland which Included several churches in the area. Thursday evening Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Korver, Mr, and Mrs. Alden Menning and Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Vander Pol enjoyed supper at the Paddock in South Sioux City with board members and employees and their wives of the Farmers Co-op elevator at Alton, Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. De Vries were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Jerome Smith at Primghar. Mrs. Hattie Vande Brake will be spending the Easter weekend with the Marlin French family in Waterbury, Nebraska, \ "I'm not sure thought. He came, \veli up my junk, and \ve did Into an experience 1| -think either one of i ever forget—Search. "Search is hard tot It's an awakening, it's| of joy, It's an ama It's a wonderful expel that opens you to Chrisl| day night we were an fifty scared Individuals! Ing around mostly. B| urday afternoon we fellowship celebrating of the Mass in a wayi never known before, "Everyone there metl] that weekend. We me: In each other. We mel In our Young Director,! Sebek, and In our Spl Advisors, • Father Rickl mes of Neptune, Fathel Sltzman of Remsen, ai ther Don Augustine olj croft. We met Him I ter Joanne Moeller and Sister Melita Meyi Oyens. We met Him] Married Couple, Paula ta Venner of Breda. --Joe Si Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Maten from Leota, Minn, were supper guests last Wednesday evening in the Marion Van Peursem home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Steemvyk and David, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Peursem and Mr. and Mrs. .George Vogel spent Sunday in Omaha visiting with the Harris Van Ort family. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vandjer Laan at Beresford on Sun. were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vander Laan and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie, Mr, and Mrs, Marlon Ten Napel, and Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Ten Napel from Jasper, Minnesota and Mr, and Mrs. Louie Vander Laan, Jr, and family from Beresford. Brenda Van Gorp, daughter of the Bill Van Gorp's spent from Fri. to Sunday in Cedar Rapids to participate In a Lay Witness Mission. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vanden Berg attended the funeral of Mr, Ralph Vanden Berg at the Presbyterian Church in Hospers on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs, Bep Vanden Berg will be guests for the Easter weekend at the homes of their sons, the Rodney Vande Berg's at Brookings, South Dakota and the Robert Vanden Berg's at Willow Lake So. Dak. Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst entertained at dinner on Sunday In honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Arie Koole and Mrs. Clarice Fllkkema, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arie Koole and Neal from Sheldon, Mrs. Clarice Flikkema and Mr. and Mrs, Arie Vander Stoep. Mr.' and Mrs. Joi and Ruth were Sunday] dinner guests in the I Rev. Jacob Van Kekerj Mr. and Mrs, Pel] spent several days '. visiting with the Do Gorp home at Moi Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wall Rooyan attended ther Sylvlan Fonkert at U Minnesota on Tuesdayl "Ri'l>un I'ui'd!" Pallbearers at the funeral ^^ "s^day party for her mother Thursday afternoon at the Herman Van't Hul home in Orange City. service were: Van Berkum, man, Kendall Van Zandbergen, Rollie Monson, Randy Vande Berg and Terry Van Surksum. Honorary pallbearers were: Neal Boterhoek, Harry Hofmeyer, Ed Van Surksum, John Oldenkamp, Wynard Vanden Brink and Andrew Jurriaans. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huisman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Her-' bert Huisrnan at Rock Valley. SPECIAL ! _ .. on drapery cleaning 20% diSCOUnt °n carpet & furniture cleaning Cleaners & Launderers LeMars, 108Ceuitral Ave, N 0 E., 546-4161 Stop our route man or leave at our agents arc see 3OC 3SCX 6—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 30, 1972 SALE Imported SCISSORS Potted Easter NICKLE PLATED HOT DROP FORGED HIGH QUALITY Potted Easter Flowers YOUR CHOICE Choose from 17 different styles We hove... Easter Baskets KORVER 5 & Jim Korver, Prop. Orange City

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