The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 6, 1972 · Page 8
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1972
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The Orange Peelings STAFF Edltor-Laurita Top Assistant Editor-Kay Vander Grlend Staff-Barb janssen, Jim Row enhorst, Linda Berry, Elizabeth Vogel, and Phil Rein- ders. and .' Dorschner Photographers . T( L| Hhga, Mark Dr^] Villegas. ' ai » Maurice-Orange City Cornm. School. Orange City. Iowa Vol. 20, No. 14, ApriiT EDITORIAL: Are you a friend to others r Are you a friend to others? You probably think you are, but how do you treat the people around you? Are you friendly and warm, or self-righteous and too good f °r everybody else? Being a friend means taking an Interest In other people and listening to what they have to say Being a friend means giving advice on occasion without a "holler than thou attt- hlde. Even a simple smile In the hallway spreads friendship llk lre ild you e 'a friend to others? Think about it. After all, friendships can last a lifetime. ArtDisploTApril 19 _ t * _„ ^.1.1 A «. it* ft. ftr\n\ tirtllnll Girls' track is off and winning. A large number of high school girls under the direction of Mrs Jody De Haan are working out each night preparing for the first track meet on April 13. Dates for Track Meets Set The Dutchmen will have nearly its whole track squad returning this year. Three men were lost through graduation; Jerris Van Roekel- milerun, Rick Roos-220 sprint, and Jerry Wierda-shot put. It will be tough to fill their shoes, but the track boys feel it can and will be done. The sprint relays teams (440 and 880) will be back along with all field event and distance runners other than Jerris. Three school record holders will be back, Darrel Van Ravenswaay, pole vaulting 12 feet; Todd Surber, high jumping 5'10"j and Brad Van Rooyen, low hurdles in 21. Returning lettermen are Brad Van Rooyen, Raymond Raak, Steve Woodard, Darrell Van Ravenswaay, Scott Dunlop, Jim Howenhorst,Mike Van Otterloo, Dan De Koter, Todd Surber, Dave Hulsart, Rod De Jong, Brad Roos, Doug De Haan, Dave Woodard, and Mark VelHnga. For the first time, M-OC has a girls' track team. The girls practice every day after school. If the weather is bad, the girls run indoors. Otherwise, they run outdoors. Right now the girls are being conditioned with running and exercise. Shortly they will start dividing up and start practicing their event. Mrs. De Haan is the coach. The first track meet Is April 13 with Unity and Floyd Valley at Northwestern. The next one is the George Invitational at Rock Valley on April 17. Tom Van Rooyen was named to 4th team all Northwest Iowa. Congratulations Tom! As scheduled there will be a joint concert of the M-OC vocal and band departments on Wednesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. This concert will be somewhat different from any other however, for it will be held in the gym, with a number of the fine arts classes also taking part. It will be an informal affair, with card tables placed around the gym. The people may sit at these while they enjoy the happenings at this concert. The vo-ag and shop departments will display their various projects, with the art classes also presenting exhibits The ceramic pieces on show will be available to buy. Home EC classes will exhibit their projects by having the girls that made things wear them, and this will give the people a chance to see the new styles. All of these arts, ranging from sewn objects to rocking Rock Critics At Dordt Five expert performers and critics of rock and folk music will be on the campus of Dordt College, Sioux Center, April 7 and 8 to take part in a "Modern Music Review: A Christian Look at Folk and Rock Music." Dutchmen Dateline APRIL 7-8 Small Group Contest 11-Dutchmen Relays 12-Y-Teens Golf-Sheldon-there Maurice Elementary Music Program 14 - Elementary Science Fair 15-Jr, - Sr. Banquet and Prom 18-Central Lyon-RockRap- ids Track Meet 19-Golf-Sheldon-here Joint Concert-7:30 21-Grade Music Concert 22-Hartley Track Meet 24-Floyd Valley-Golf-here 25-Knights Relay -'... 26-Little Dutch Relay Rock Valley-Golf-there 29 - Boyden-Hull - Golf Meet-here MAY 1 - Golf-Floyd Valley-there 5~6-Large Group Contest 10-Biology Field Trip 16-Golf-Akron-here 17-Golf-George-here 18-20-Tulip Festival 26-Y-Teen Campout cahlrs, enables the community to see the many skills that the .students from M-OC may participate in. The music portion of the concert will be presented by the mass vocal choir and small pop ensemble. Some of their selections will be, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing," and "Alouette." The band will also add to the evening with such numbers as "Valdres," "Motown Portrait," their large group contest piece which is "Universal Judgement," and many more. The wind ensemble will be playing a number entitled "Finale from Symphony No. 5," by Franz Schubert. All parents, and the entire community is welcome. There is no admission charge. Mr. Kline and Mr. Krueger are the conductors, with Mr. Lancaster, Mr. Blaylock., Miss Van Amberg, and Mr. Harding assisting with the exhibits. Third Term Honor Roll Released Supt. of M-OC schools, Mr. Frank Hulsart, commented, "I thought the play was good since it was light comedy, and one could sit back and laugh at it. It also looked as If the kids enjoyed putting it Stan Toenjes Receives Award Recently Stan Toenjes was notified of winning a monetary State of Iowa Scholarships for the academic year 1972-.73. The monetary awards are offered to those State scholars who rank highest academ- • ically and also need financial assistance. This award is transferable to any eligible Iowa institution and can be renewed for his sophomore year of college. Stan is a senior and plans to enter the music field. The Principal's list for the first nine weeks in the second semester has been released. Students carrying five subjects and earning a 4.0 average are as follows: i Seniors - John Hubers and Stan Toenjes. Juniors-Jeff De Haan and Dan De Koter. Sophomores - Jan Toenjes, Rhonda Vanden Berge, Kathy Vlieger and Cathy Weiss. Those earning 4.0 averages with four subjects are: Seniors-Scott Dunlop Juniors - Cindy De Jong, Minerva Hibma, Sandra Raak, Machele Riecke, Lorene Stegink, and Dawn Wichers. Sophomores-Shawn Duiste- mars, Marilyn Muilenburg, Debbie Muyskens, Beth Pae- kel, Ruth Plendl, and Janice Van Roekel. Freshmen-Janna Mouw, Sue Van Aartsen, Julie Van Kekerix, and Dave Vlieger. Students carrying five subjects and maintaining an average of at least 3.2 are as follows: Seniors - Neva Wielenga, LeeAnn De Haan, Dorenda Kleinhesselink, Twila Vander Meide, Steve Woodard, Alice Vander Waerdt, Ellen Vlieger, and Kirk Schott. Juniors - Carol Vander Brake, Milton Ackerman, Laura Kiel, Debra Vernon, Delores Bolie, and Robert De Haan. Sophomores-Jerry Mullenburg, Judy Lenderink, Cindy Ruisch, Patty Schoep, Daryl Ter Horst, Joel De Vries, Dennis Vander Brake, and Tim VelHnga. Freshmen-Connie Bastemeyer, Mike Bierma.BradDe Jong, Donn Mulder, Debbie Van Zanten, Rick Pals, Kelly Riggan, Janice Vande Zand- schulp, Ron Kiel, Charlotte Siebersma, Rik Villo^gas, Jim Bonnecroy, Mike Harald, Kathy Verdoorn, and Gary Brux- VOOrt. :••'••:' •-• •;---' Those students carrying four subjects and averaging 3.2 are as follows: Seniors-Linda Berry, Barb Janssen, Lavonne Kosters, Kevin Kroeze, Leroy Maassen, Lynda Tratebas, Doug Van Klompenburg, Rachel Vander Broek, Brenda Vander Weerd, Jane Lancaster, Lynne Lenderink, HarlanOol- man, Evan Peuse, Susan Stewart, Greg Vermeer, Jo- He was talking about the spring play for 1972 which was RUBBERNECK. This was a comedy play, based on politics. It was given on March 24 and 25, a Friday and Saturday night. Mr. Terry Arends, English teacher from M-OC directed. Ten Speakers Travel 175 Miles To Lake Mills Ten M-OC students traveled to Lake Mills on Saturday, March 18 for the state speech contest. These ten speakers had received superior ratings at the district, held in Rock Rapids on February 26. They are coached by Mr. Richard Riggan, high- school English and speech instructor. Receiving I's were Sandra Raak in After-Dinner Speaking, Linda Hammerstrom and Becky Wallinga in Interpretive Poetry, Dorene Stegink in Original Oratory and Linda Berry in Radio-News Announcing. Also attending and receiving ITs were Aleda Knight in Dramatic Acting, Delores Bolie in Humorous Acting, Randy De Koter in Radio- News Announcing and Extemporaneous, Debra Bogaard in Original Oratory and Pam Bonnema in Expository Address. Two cars driven by Mr. Riggan and Mr. Bill Berry took the speakers the (approximately) 175 miles to Lake Mills. Both cars returned home around seven o'clock Saturday evening. lene Vande Brake, DeniseVan Peursem, and Brad Van Rooyen (3 subjects). Juniors-Aleda Knight, Cam Korver, Dorene Stegink, , Brenda Ekdom, Linda Hammerstrom, Crystal Kleppinger, Peggy Pals, Carla Pennings, Brenda Vander Griend, Jon Spradling, and Robert Van Zanten. Sophomores - Debbie Dunlop, Kathy Langstraat, Randy Lubbers, Brad Roos, and Denise Schiebout. • Freshmen-Jerlene Mars, Kathy Hubers, Cathy Mick. Lowell Van Gorp, and Sue Ter Hark. A scene from "Rubberneck," the ali- s recently presented at M-OC. Smalt Group Contest To be Held in Si April 1 and 8 small group contest will be held In Slbley, Iowa. The following people will be attending: Sblos-Deb- bie Bogaard, Linda Berry, Karen Van Roekel, Jan Van Roekel, Randy Lubbers, John Hubers, Dave Hulsart, Brad Roos, Linda Leslie, Kathy Vlieger, Greg Vermeer, Gaylene Bos, Pam Bonnema, Debbie Muyskens, and Barb Krommendyk. Two duets will be going. They will be Jan and Karen Van Roekel and Lynne Lenderink and John Hubers. There will be two girls trios going. They are Kathy Verdoorn, Sheila De Jong, and Char Siebersma and Debbie Bogaard, Linda Berry, and Linda Leslie. Girls quartets attending will be Pam Bonnema, Debbie Muyskens, Kathy Vlieger, and Jan Van Roekel. The second quartet will be Karen Van Roekel, Linda Leslie, Linda Berry, and Debbie Bogaard. Girls sextets will be Karen Van Roekel, Jan Van Roekel, Linda Leslie, Linda Berry, Jan Toenjes, and Debbie Bogaard. The other sextet will consist of Gaylene Bos, Cam Korver, Judy Lenderink, Beth Paekel, Lynne' 'lien- derink, and Karen Meyllnk. Two boys double quartets will represent M-OC. They will be Jerry Muilenburg, Don Ford, Kirk Schott, Daryl Ter Horst, Greg Vermeer, Brad De Jong, Mark Drake, and Jim Siebersma. The other double quartet will be Bob Cleverlnga, John Hubers, Dave Rltsema, Randy Lubbers, Dave Hulsart, Doug De John Haan, Brad Roos, Rowenhorst. There will be two n groups going. They\ sist of Debbie ~ Bonnema, Linda BetL Ann De Haan, Linda] Karen Van Roekel,, Roekel, Bob Clever; Krommendyk, Dave Rltsema, Dave Hulsart, JimSmlj Roos, and Jim Roi The second attending will be caster, Gaylene stal Kleppinger, t Beth Paekel, Kathy j Barb Janssen, Jane! tenhuls, Roy Hawkjnl Hop, Mark Vellli Bonnecroy, Greg Jim Siebersma, gel and Stan Toenjes, The chamber choir' sist of Debbie Bogaa Bonema, Cam Korvei Muyskens, Linda LeeAnn De Haan, Bi ekl, Kathy Vlieger, LI lie, Lynne Lenderink, Roekel, Karen Van Bob Cleverlnga, Ran bers, John Hubers, II linga, Dave Rltsem Schott, Doug De Ha Hulsart, Greg Verir ,Rowenhorst, StanToeJ Blair Vogel. Accompanying ber choir will be tl players consisting Caf nings, Judy Lender na Mouw, Patty Kon da Tratebas, and R ger. The small gr< be accompanied t> Muyskens, Cam Kon ra Vander Laan, Mi and Paula Muyskens, >«+* Maurice news Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levering arrived Saturday from Fultonviile, N.Y. to spend Easter and the week with his mother and other relatives. The Gerald Wissink family of Minneapolis spent the weekend with their families. A De Jong family gathering was held at the JohnDeZeeuw home in Sioux Center Saturday evening. The Ed Karssen family of Alton, the Merlyn Foreman family of DesMoines, Wallace Van Roekel, Paul Bos, Lee Plendl and Carl Van Voorst were all dinner guests in the Howard Van Roekel home Sunday. Rachel Vander Broek and Mrs. Terry Maassen entertained friends at a miscellaneous bridal shower for Allyson Dykstra Saturday at the Bleeker home. She and Dan Te Grotenhuis will be married May 13. Baptism was administered to Jana Rae, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Rodney Kluis, Michael Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leusink, and Daniel Dean, son of Mr, and Mrs. Russel Wichers at the morning worship service. Saturday evening, April 8, the World Bible League will sponsor a musical program in the Maoirice gym with the Messengers and Carmel Quartet singing. A free will offering will be taken for Bible translation for a tribe in New Guinea. Mr. Wm. Bomgaars was taken to a Sioux^City hospital Sunday with an apparent heart attack. Mrs. Lorrine Hawkins was declared Queen of the Month in the Tops Club. Mr. and Mrs. John Mast and four sons of Forest Grove, Mich, were Easter weekend guests in the Rev. Van Koevering home. They met them at the airport. George Hoekstra spent Easter Sunday with the Al Aus- sink family and Mrs. John Hoekstra and Bob at Slayton, Minn. Guests for dinner in the John Brouwer home Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis of Ames, Chris Den Ouden of Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levering of Fultonviile, N.Y., Mrs. Winnie Levering and Miss Shari Vande Garde of Sioux Center. The John Brouwer family attended the Kruen-Lockwood wedding in Chandler, Minn., Saturday, the 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smit returned home from California. They also stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Strait in Phoenix. The Richard May rose family spent the Easter weekend with her folks, the Fisher family in Nashua. The Herman Van Donkelaar family moved into the Maurice cafe last week. The Arie Drost family is going to Sioux Center. Guests in the Bill Mulder home for dinner Sunday were Henry Vogelaar, the Allen Wichers family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong. Leslie was also home from Ankeny and Patty from Omaha. Miss Sue Burneet from Nevada was also a guest. Afternoon callers in the Bill Mulder home were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brink of Paullina and Mrs. John Brink of Orange City, The Vore family spent Sunday in the Fred Hoeflinghome in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. John Kotsi and the Don Van Horssen family enjoyed their Easter dinner with the Bernard Kots family at Akron. Rodney Vlieger spent a week at home from the University of Illinois and Sandra came for the Easter holiday from Oelwein. The Merlyn Foreman family of Des Molnes and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Foreman spent the Easter weekend with their families. The Record DEEDS FILED Kristi Holtdorf was able to come home for the Easter weekend. She has her knee in a cast. 8-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 6, 1972 Mr. and Mrs, Ray De Jong spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Peursem at Orange City. Jennie Addink, sgl, etal to Stanley J. Prins & wf Pt NW^ NE-i 24-95-46 $7000. Verle A. Marlenau & wf to Donald W. McManaman & wf L 8 & Pt L 9 in Aud Subd of Rplt of Blk 5, Cutler's Addn, Hwdn $1, Elmer Sneller & wf to Arlin Lee Bomgaars & wf Pt L 24 in Aud Subd of OL 1 in 26-97-45, Hull $1. Rallyn Van Beek & wf to Marlin Altena & wf E-| SW Frl. -\ 31-95-45 $1. Dames W. Sneller & wf to Martha Eshuis W^ L 1, Blk 39, First Addn, N. Soo Cen $1. John Tutje & wf to Arie F, Noteboom & wf Ls 7, 8, 9 & 10, Blk 1, Matlock $1, Martin A. Wierda & wf to Joyce F. Groeneweg L 8, Blk 15, Den Herder-Mulder 2nd Addn, Soo Cen $31,000. Gerald K. Nygard, sgl to Robert L, Munns Ls 2 & 3 in Subd of L 7, Blk 8, Hwdn $1. Cornells Jouwstra etal to Earl Vernon De Jong L 11, Blk 3 in Aud Subd of Rplt of OL 2, RV $4000. Merritt A. Hawkins & wf to St of la Pt W| NW| 28-9445 $2408. Theodore Vander Ploeg etal to Donald Vander Ploeg ^ SW^ 6-95-44 $1. Marion Zevenbergen & wf to Peter G. Ravenstein & wf Pt SWg- SEi 20-96-44 $1. Henry J. Kuiper, Extr to Sam T. Kooima etal Pt SE£297-46 $60,000. Joseph A. Horn & wf to Marvin D. Horn & wf Nj NW£ 12-96-44 $1. Irvin Julin & wf to Alton Svgs Bk L 6, Blk 8, Alton $1. NEW CASES FILED Probate 9999 Alwilda C., aka Wilda C. Norcross, deceased. Probate 10,000 Sarah Van Wyk, deceased. DC 13974 Thermogas Co of Ottumwa vs Harold Pry (Law). NEW AUTOS Jacob P. Oolman, Orange City, Chevrolet. Mrs. Glenn Gregg, Hawarden, Javelin. J. Mark Squier, Hawarden, Ford. Frank Schuller, Hawarden, Pontiac. Truesdell Leasing, Hawarden, Ford. Hull Rexall Drug, Hull, Chevrolet. Robert L. Schouten, Sioux Center, Volkswagen, Selmer Wallace Dahl, Rock Velley, Ford. Claire Thomas Barry, Rock Valley, Plymouth, Gerard H, Reinders, Orange City, Toyota, Ole Lund, Hull, Chevrolet, Vernon Mouw, Orange City, Chevrolet, C, E, Van Zanten, Orange City, Ford, Board members attend banquet On March 20 a banquet was held for the Maurice-Orange City School Board in the Home Economics room of the high school. All the board members and their wives attended the banquet which had a spring theme. The menu consisted of an orange appetizer, punch, mice (rolled round steaks), lemon said on a lettuce leaf, relish, broasted potatoes, peas, and a Heath candy bar desert. A spring white artificial flower arrangement adorned the room, accompanied by white candles. Iocs I Newt Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mouw were honored guests at a farewell dinner held for them at the Holland House on Saturday evening. Hosts for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Heemstra, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ter Horst, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wiersma, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Peursem, Mr, and Mrs. John Brantsen, and Mr. and Mrs, Gene Krueger. NEW TRUCKS Sioux Fertilizer, Hawarden, International, Harold Henry Stegemann, Matlock, Dodge, DarreH De Groot, Boyden, Chevrolet, Farmers Coop Society, Sioux Center, Chevrolet, Farmers Mutual Coop Co,, Alton, Ford, R & L Trucking, Hawarden, Chevrolet, Farmers Co-op Assn. Boyden, Chevrolet. Farmers Co-op Assn, Boy* den, Chevrolet, Sunday guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Walter Van Rooyan were Mr, and Mrs, Gerrit Rozeboom and family; Mr, and Mrs. Gerrit Penning and family; Mr. and Mrs. Lee De Haan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Rooyen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Van Meeteren, Mr. and Mrs, Brad Van Rooyen and daughter and Mr, and Mrs. Mark Pals- Movie to be shown at Dover Alliance A like-it-is look at life on today's seething secular campuses backdrops "3," a 75- minute feature motion picture, in color, to be shown at The Dover Avenue Alliance Church, Orange City on April 7, 8 and 9 at 7:30 P.M. The film's appearance in the Orange City area is sponsored by the Sr. A.Y.F. Produced in consultation with students and campus leaders in various areas of the United States, "3" tells the story of a transfer student who finds the life style of a big university disquieting compared to the prior climate and associations he had had at a small, church- related school. Drugs, moral attitudes and views on religion catapult him into defensiveness, disillusionment and near despair. Then, to his surprise, he finds another side of the coin-students who have come to terms with life, with faith in God, and who radiate a confidence and purpose,in life unknown to the newcomer's prior sheltered existence. Adjustment doesn't come easy for the young student, however, and even the promise of romance seems distined to deepen his frustrations. But three words from the Bible come into focus. Faith. Hope. Love. In new perspective, he sees God and the Christian life refreshingly re- levent and valid in the kind world young people face The discovery is costly, Philip Frame ar.l Genny Ambas, orphans searching for their foster father, P» the quartet of animals who help them in their tures after the great floods in Holland in "THE' ARK." Friends include: Prince, the rooster; rabbit; Bussy, the dogj and Noisette, the cat. A B. Radnitz Production filmed In The Netheru Cinema Center Films, "THE LITTLE ARK" or" the suspenseful adventures of two Dutch orphan < in the search for their foster father follow astrous flood in Holland. The movie will be shown Thursday, Saturday, April 6, 7 and 8 at the Palace ^ Alton, " 3 " ^ Produced by Ken An- Mr, and Mrs. Peter Rave- stein drove to Sioux City on Monday to visit with Mrs. Art De Goei who had undergone surgery there. Enjoying a steak fry on Sat. evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Fedders, Mr.andMrs. Justin Hofmeyer Mr and Mrs. Merlyn Plender and Mr. and Mrs, Ron Noteboom. kn own or other youth feares as "With out Onion," THear song," Downbeat" and eclipse the flrmi , U successes S prevlous After the film I, be served on Fridav day evenings. fi* be taken to offset the film. Lowl New Mr. and Mrs, Craig Spirek spent Easter Sunday visiting with his parents, at Fort pod- 56, ' Mr, and Mrs, Wilbert Kots "i. B8ter Sunda y wlth Mr Mrs. Pjagge at Mapleton! Leslie L. Luymes of New. port Beach, Calif, was a guest of his mother, Jeane Luymes a few days last week, He attended the wedding of his nephew, .on March 25, Keith Luymes, son of the late Dr, Glen Luymes and Mary Jo Antol of Des Molnes, He also visited with his father-in- law, Steve Faber in Sioux CJ. ty and flew back on Friday morning, Mr, and Mrs, Jong and son Or ver, Colorado guests in the mother, Mrs. Jong. Mrs. Jake. home from Artes. alter spending 5 with her daughter, Vegter, Airman DavidJ returned home ai his tech trainin tratlon at K° fisl Mississippi, ? j honors. He will? 0 remainder of nu> comutlngtoSiou* Mrs. Margaret daughter Pam ela , wood and Mrs.^ visited with

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