The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 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, April 20, 1972
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*•••••••••••«••••»•••••••••••••••••• ••*•••••••••••••*•*•••• ALTON NEWS Science Fair Standing behind the stack of 21 quilts they made during .the past year to" be given to Catholic Missions are, left to right, Mrs. Elizabeth Kellen, Mrs. Nick Gaul, Mrs. To^hen Mrs. Schlichte's cousin in LeMa rs got orde rs from her children to "clear out all those scraps of material" she'd been saving for vears Not only were there scraps for the covering of quilts, but also insulated jacket material- -ideal for quilt lining. Mrs. Schlichte enlisted the help of three neighbors and a project was born. , The first year they made 28 quilts and gave them to the St. Stephan and Chamber- cut the squares of scrap material and sew them together in their own homes. Every so often, when they all have a free afternoon, phones ring and thev gather in the Kellen basement to put everything together Last Sunday the past year's crop was put on display In the St. Mary's School cafeteria. A free will offering was taken to pay for materials for future quilts. The women would appreciate donations of scraps for covers, sheets, blankets and other lining material and lengths of yarn for tieing for the upcoming year'. , quUtag project Materials can be left at any of the four women's homes. 0n Orange City they Can ? E di£r.s T no1e: *£j£ Merested in knowing who will get the quilt with the monkeys on It will have to check one of the seamstresses.) ffoyd I/at fey seniors to present 2 plays The Floyd Valley Senior Class will present two one- act plays on April 28 and 29. The two plays are "The Ghost At Pumpkin Holler" by LeRoma Greth and "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" by Celeste Raspanti. Curtain time is 8:00 p.m. in the Alton Auditorium. The first play to be presented, "The Ghost at Pumpkin Holler," Is a short comedy-mystery. The story focuses around ahill-billy family whose cabin has just burned. Paw, played by Paul Scholten, and Maw, Nancy Van Gorp, lead their children to a deserted cabin which Is haunted by "a ghost In black", played by Jack Hanson. Sadie, Sharon Hofmoyer, and Eli, Mark Van Gelder, help the family discover the secret of the haunted cabin. Other members of the family are Kathy Vander Ploeg, Barb Vander Maten, Teresa Elliott, Debbie Korver, Audrey Roetman, anc Mark Van Roekel. The mood of the second play is more serious as Raspanti retells the true story of the suffering of Jewish children during World War II in his play, "I Never Saw Another Butterfly". The setting is Terezin, a Jewishcon- centration camp. Of the 15,000 children who passed through Terezin, only about a hundred survived. Starring in "\ Never Saw Another Butterfly" is Audrey Roetman who portrays Raja, a young Jewish girl who survived Terezin. The play is her story, revealing her life before and during her imprisonment. Other characters in the play are Juanita Van Es (Raja's teacher), Mike Clevering (a close friend of Raja), Sharon Hofmeyer (Raja's brother)" Nancy Van Gorp (Raja's aunt), Sharon Harmelink (Ravel's fiancee), Janice Von Arb (a friend of the family), Tom Becker (a rabbi), and Teresa Elliott ( a worker In Terezin). The children of Terezin are played by Kathy Vander Ploeg, Barb Vander Maten, Emily Kroon, David Craig, and Judy Jasper. In addition, six German guards are included. They are Mark Van Gelder, Brent Vaas, Arnie Keunen, Paul De Jong, John Schneider, and Paul Scholten. The senior plays should offer a unique experience for those who attend the performances. The plays will be presented on a stage constructed on the gym floor. This John Gebauer obituary John "Jack" Gebauer age 65 passed away April 16 at the home of his son in Kansas City, following a heart attack. John Gebauer was born July 21, 1907 at Alton. He is survived by six sons, five brothers and three sisters. Those living in this area are Ralph of Orange City, Bill, and Shirley Marra of Alton. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gebauer. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 at the Van Etten Funeral Home. Rev. Clarence Greving officiating, Interment at Nassau Cemetery. Alton Locals f-V s firing sports schedules type of stage Is called a thrust stage. Because the actors will be performing close to the audience and because many entrances and exits will be made from the audience, the audience should be more involved with the plays. Floyd Valley School Lunch THURSDAY, APRIL 20 Scallop potatoes Peas Jello with fruit Sandwiches and milk FRIDAY, APRIL 21 Weiner on a bun Buttered corn Apple crisp Juice Milk MONDAY, APRIL 24 Spanish rice Lettuce Bars Sandwiches Milk TUESDAY, APRIL 25 Potatoes > Chicken Beets Pears Sandwiches WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 Tatter tot casserole Buttered green beans Prunes Milk Alton Locals Mr. Drexel Kelsey of Clinton is visiting in the Chad Godfrey home. Nancy Ruppert and friend Kathy Mullen of Davenport spent the weekend in the Lawrence Ruppert home. The Alton Jaycees held their first prayer breakfast Wednesday morning at the O K Cafe. Guest speaker was Rev. Father P, J. Nooney, National Chaplain of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Funeral services for Mrs, Harry Mul.der a former Alton resident now of Bellflower, Calif., weve held Saturday, she is survived by one son and six daughters. Presbyterian U. P. W. will mi?i?t Thursday evening at the church. Mrs. Dorothy Poppen will be in charge of program and Mrs. Karen Boeyink and Mrs, Gertrude Loewen will be the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kesseler and Susie, Mrs. Nellie Leenhouts of Des Moines spent the weekend in the John Vrieze home. Mrs. Don Frerichs entertained the Bid-or-Bye card club Tuesday at her home. Sgt. and Mrs. Phil Van Gelder and daughter of Rapid City, Mr. and Mrs. David Van Gelder and son of Blair, Nebr. were weekend guests in the Reynold Van Gelder home, Mr. and Mrs. AlStreffwere Sunday evening dinner guests in the Barney Bindner home. Mrs. Mary Wathier of Orange City was an evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hoeven were Sunday dinner guests in the Dr. E, S. Gilbert home in Rock Rapids. Mrs. Frances Homan returned to her home Wednesday after undergoing major surgery at the St. Joseph hospital in Sioux City., Rev. John Maze and Bill Frerichs attended the Slated. Spring meeting of the Presbyterian of Northwest Iowa at Denison on Tuesday, Otto Kettler who underwent surgery at St. Joseph Hospital in Sioux City on Monday returned home on Saturday, Infants that were baptized Sunday at the First Reformed Church were Chad Le Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haoe of Storm Lake, Pamela May, daughter ofMr.andMrs. Phil Van Gelder of Rapid City, Karlynn Kae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kleinhesselink. R.C.Y.F. of the Reformed Church will hold a car wash Saturday at Farmers Co-op Station, money to be used for "Youth Benevolent Goal." Mrs. Arle Burggraaff of Sheldon was a Thursday caller in the Fred Blom, Sr.'home. • Mrs, Bob Pehelder and Brian of Sheldon were all day Monday guests. Mrs. Don Ketzer and daughter of Blair, Nebr. spent Friday in the Edward Kelzer home. Alton Locals Rev. and Mrs. Wuebben and Louisa Haack of Remsen were Sunday supper guests in the Margaret Haack home. Mrs. Oscar Henrlch, Mrs. Florence Hoffman, Mrs. C. J, De Munck spent Sunday at the Lakes with the Walter Henrlch family. Mrs, Martin Dykstra returned home Friday after spending two weeks with her daughter and family, the Joe Schoemachers in Denver, Colo. Rev, Msgr, Zenk appointed Chaplain at St. Joseph's "How "' « '»«//«!/ <•"«»•«,„•„ expenxe.\ Kay Heuertz grade 4 is very happy at having won a superior rating for her project on monocots and dicots. This water purification project done by Path Geurink won a superior rating at the March science fair. Rev. Msgr. Richard E. Zenk, J.C.D., was born at Alton, Iowa on May 10, 1927, the son of the late Michael and Margaret (Engeldlnger) Zenk. He was ordained to the Priesthood on December 8, 1954, He was assigned to postgraduate studies in Canon Law at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, where he received his Doctorate, ol lowing his postgraduate udies he served as Chaplain several religious institutions in Sioux City, and assisted with work at the Chancery Office and the Diocesan Tribunal. He was ap- _____ pointed Vice-chancellor in August, 1964, and also Dio- Plus cesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the * Faith with residence at St. An- .1. thony's Home. He was appointed pastor of St. Mary's Church, Rock Valley in August, 1968 and continued to serve the Diocesan Tribunal as Defender of the Bond. He was recently appointed Chaplain at St. Joseph's Hospital, Sioux City, OPR Carl Smiil One at Columbia Ret«(M Singing Stars - "looi,Jj Kitty Wei "Queen of County «J Johnny "H»lla Viefnom," Bill PhilliJ Dtceo Record's Singing! Bobby Wrid Sfor of TV's "MtHole'i (| Extra Added America's Top.; Country-Gospel < THE BLACKWOOD Ffl These Fine] Wayne Man] Tenn. Mt. MUNICIPAL! AUDITORIUN SIOUX CITY, lOlij WED., APR. 26-1 Ticket sat Auditorium Boil Adults, Adv. $3, Door $3,50| (Auspices Sioux City Amu'nf Sharon Jungers, grade 6, is intrigued as her pet hamster finds its way through a maze. > DRY CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL Dry Cleaning Offer Minimum Order $3.00 20% DISCOUNT PILLOWS Beautifully Cleaned And Put Into New Ticks 20% DISCOUNT CARPEl DRAPE) CLEAN! 20! DISCOU Cleaners Launderel LeMars, lOSCe/itral Ave. N 0 E., 546-4lJ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helde- brink and David were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Art Pluim home. Mrs. Fred Blom and Mrs. Dores Vrleze called on Mrs. Hattie Mills at the Primghar Nursing home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Drost of Orange City, Mrs. Inez Kettler and Jane Pap of Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs, Art Pluim were Wednesday evening guests in' the Mrs. Margaret Haack home. BBS \ JWl | -j~-"!jjj*«iMy REGISTERED & Kaynar JDiamond Rings VARSITY & JV GOLF Apr. 10 Sheldon--T Apr. 13 Le Mars Gehlen--T Apr. 17 Marcus--T Apr, 19 Spaldlng--T Apr. 24 M-Orange City—T May 1 M-Orange City--H May 3 West Sloux--H May 9 Sioux Center— T May 10 Spalding--H May 12 West Sioux--T May 13 State Sectional Meet May 15 Marcus--H May 17 Sheldon--H May 23 Sioux Center— H VARSITY GIRLS TRACK Apr. (Invi- 5 Central Lyon tational)--T 10 Central Lyon (Invitational)--T 13 M-Orange City (Triangular)-^ 17 George (Invitational) Rock R. 25 Meridan-Cleghorn(") --T Apr. 29 Ocheyeden (Invitational)-^ May 5 Le Mars (Invitational)-T Apr, Apr, Apr. Apr. May 8 Marcus (Invitational) --T May 11-12-13 District Meet May 6 Hull Western (Invitational)--T May 20 State Meet VARSITY BOYS BASEBALL Apr. 11 Spalding--T Apr. 14 Remsen (SM)--H (Double Header) Apr. 18 Hull (W)—T (Double Header) Apr. 21 Westfield—H (Double Header) Apr. 25 Remsen (SM)--T (Double Header) Apr. 28 Spalding--H May 2 State Sectional T. May 5 Hull (W)—H (Double Header) May 9 Westfield--T (Double Header) JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL Apr. 26 Remsen (SM)--T May 3Spalding--H May 10 Remsen—H May 17 Spalding—T Mr. and Mrs. Terry Vrieze and children of Des Moines spent the weekend in the Mrs. Gerrit Buyert home in Sioux Center and the Dores Vrieze home, Nicky Ruppert returned home Wednesday after undergoing major surgery at St. Joseph Hospital in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Starken- Burg and family of Boyden were Sunday dinner guests in the Mrs. John Starkenburg home, Henry and Dora Slothouber called on Mrs. Tracy Druy- vestyn at the Prairie View Nursing home at Sanborn on Sunday,, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schneider spent Sunday with their children and grandchildren the Harold Larsons at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lincoln and Mrs. Percy Tanfield spent the weekend in the Black Hills. Who's this guy Jolson? I can sing I want to get such "Dutch Mill too sing . . and because right now I always Choice Selection See us before you buy! good service Pharmacy," from Curity Tapetab •• Disposable Diapers Reg. $1.77 NOW $ 1.49 NEW Vaseline Baby Powder 9 oz. Reg. 95? NOW 79 ^ See our baby ads weekly in this newspaper Dutch Mill Pharmacy Dial 737-4844 Orange Clty ( Iowa .. China with each purchase See us for a very large selection of PIERCED EARRINGS from 'I to '65 Noritake Chin; " off each place settii$ open stock In following patterns; Altadena, Fairmont, Fremont, Pasadena, Rosey, Tilford, Whitebrook —-— _____ Bulova Elgin Wyler Watches Your old watch is worth money during this TRADE-IN SALE towelle Clocks 20% off Stainless Steel Klf es * 49 VAN GELDER JEWELRY block west of tht Baok.Qrange Qjty 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 20, 1972

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