The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 9
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April 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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Orange Peelings STAFF Sta "' J !? D f s ?>]ner, Eliza- S* n ?*!? ' i ?' phil Reinders, Sue Stewart, Layout Editors: Jay Dorsch- «,, B ? rb Ja " ssen > Laurlta Top. ner and Sue Stewart Photographers: Terry Gos- Hnga, and Mark Drake. Editors Kay Vander Griend Assistant Editor: Jim Rowenhorst j-Orange City Cdmm. School, Orange City, Iowa' | You Need People Li* need people ... at least that's what the song And "people who need people are the luckiest people *°| e young or old need other people.' Each and every i needs someone to confide in, laugh with them, and Sftwllh them, A of us knows a person in the world that needs you rttvihlng y° u nave to offer< May^ y°u don't think you L e d or even can lend a helping ha«d, but you can do In* only If you really want to. cut yourself in their place, and are they the luckiest " |n the world? Maybe you and I can do something to ithat. Dutchmen Dateline April 21—Grade School Music Contest April 22— April 22-Hartley Track Meet April 24—Golf Floyd Valley Here April 25—Unity Knights Relays April 26--Little Dutchmen Relays Golf Rock Valley There April 27—Father and Son Athletic Banquet April 28—Boyden Hull Golf-H May 1—GolfFloyd Valley-T May 4—Biology Field Trip Golf Sioux Center-T May 5 & 6--Large Group Contest May 7— Y-Teen Meeting Golf West Lyon-T May 16—Golf Akron-Here May 17—Golf George—Here May 18--Seniors End of school First Day of Tulip Festival May 19—NO SCHOOL Tulip Festival Meet Deb Else Recently the M-OC music students and their directors raveled to Slbley for a very fine contest. Those receiving superior are as follows: VOCAL I's Those receiving I's for so«Jf,i v ere Deb . ble B °eeard, ^n and Karen Van Roekel. Voices in the Girls Sextet are,"Debbie Boggard, Jan Toenjes, Linda Leslie, Linda Berry, Jan and Karen Van Roekel. The following are in the Chamber Choir; Deb Boggard, Pam Bonnema, Cam Korver, Beth Paekel, Kathy Vlieger, Linda Leslie, Lynne Lenderlnk, Jan Van Roekel, Debbie Muyskens, Mark Vellinga, Linda Berry, Bob Cleveringa, LeeAjin De Hann, Karen Van Roekel, Randy Lubbers, Kirk Schott, Dave RUsema, John Hubers, Greg Vermeer, Doug De Haan, Dave Hulsart, Jim Rowenhorst, Dan De Koter, and Stan Toenjes. INSTRUMENTAL's Solos were by Linda Berry, Stan Toenjes, Jan Toenjes, Educated Fun Vol. 20, No. 15, April 20, 1972 Meeting jnda Berry Linda Berry was an outstanding per- r by the Iowa High School dual Event Speech Asso- for her presentation State Speech Contest. cutest was held In Lake Iowa, at which Linda id a no. I rating as an in radio-news announc- of the state, there were pie chosen in the area io-news announcing by U.S.S.A., and Linda was Ihese 13. FAA NEWS FFA held their annual and Son banquet. .April 1:0.0 at the Holland In Sioux Center. After Wer, Dr. A. J. Nue- showed slides of his trip to Yukon terri- There was a large crowd meeting. 110, Paul Bos plowed FA test Plot two and sites north of town. We i planting the corn the «of May. iop Ron Luesink brought hay wagan and Mark 'uersem brought in a r to repaint. Debbie Is a freshman She came from Storm Lake, Recently six Student Council members ventured to Westmar College in Le Mars The trip is an annual event for juniors and seniors They listened to Iowa Senators and Representatives and voted, with some 250 student representatives, for all Northwest Iowa Student Council positions The speakers spoke on teenage rights and it was told they were given several challenging questions by the surrounding schools It was told that the campaign speeches were very interesting and contained humorous jokes Mr.. Winegar and Mr. Vander Stoep accompanied the two juniors and four seniors, Dan De Koter, Jon Spradling, and Jolyn Van Kekerlx, Evan Peuse, Scott Dunlop, and John Hubers. In Service Day Mr. Winegar, Mr. Hubers, Mr. Vander Stoep, and Mrs. Halverson went to Sheldon Tuesday, April 4, for an In- service day. They met with the representatives from other schools to discuss new methods and curriculum in flexible scheduling. The representatives shared their ideas and what they felt about new methods. Judy Lenderink, John Hubers, Dave Rltsema, and Daryl Ter Horst. The clarinet quartet consisted of Beth Paekel, Linda Berry, cam Korver, and Brenda Vander Weerd. Sax. Quartet; Stan Toenjes, Judy Linda Leslie. The Trumpet Trio A was John Hubers, Sandy Raak, Lynne Lenderink. Trio B was Butch Ford, Randy De Koter and Tim Muilenburg. Woodwind Duet A consisted of two flutes —Sheia De Jong and Kathy Vlieger. Woodwind B-oboe • players Jan Toenjes and Daryl Ter Horst. The Sax Trio members were Stan Toenjes, Judy Lendernk, and Linda Leslie. Woodwind Trio A was Beth Paekel, Ruth PlendL Daryl Ter Horst. Woodwind Trio B was Linda Berry, Brenda Ekdom and Jan Toenjes. Those in 'the woodwind choir were Brenda Ekdom, Ruth' Piendl, Jan Toenjes Daryl Ter Horst, Beth Pae- kel, Linda Berry, Pam Boa- nema, Carla Pennlngs, Pattl Korver, Brenda Vander Weerd, Pat ty Schoep, Deb Vander Weide, Stan Toenjes, Judy Lenderink, Deb Boggard Dorenda Kle'inhesselink, Robert De Haan, and Lowell Van Gorp. The other I was received by those in the woodwind quartet; Jan Toenjes, Patty Schoep, Beth Paekel, and Brenda Ekdom. STRINGS RECEIVE 13 I's Carla Pennings, Debbie Bogaard, Janna Mouw, and another solo by Debbie Bogaard were given I's on their violin playing. The Mixed Quartet consisted of Deb Bogaard, Rachel Klay, Dave RUsema, and Lynda Tratebas. The Miscellaneous Group was formed by Deb Bogaard, Carla Pennings, Patty Schoep, Judy Lenderink, and Patti Korver. The Strings Duet A was Debbie Muyskens, and Patty Schoep, while Duet C consisted of Judy Lenderink and Beth Paekel. Those in Duet D were Deb Bogaard and Carla Pennings. The String Duet was Deb Bogaard, and Janna Mouw. Violin Quartets Deb Bogaard, Carla Pennings, Brenda Ekdom and Rachel Klay. The Chamber group of Strings A consisted of Carla Pennings, Brenda Ekdom, Judy Lenderink, Beth. Paekel, Patty Schoep, Deb Muyskens, Jane Spradling, Janna Mouw, and Deb Bogaard. Group 2 consisted of Beth Paekel, Brenda Ekdom, Janna Mouw, Becky Wallinga, and Deb Bogaard. M-OC Students Earn I's at Contest SBBKSB"***^^ S"8«B5BrB3^ ^aESCSiLSiBiSa^BSsg^^^^St Winners of I's In the small group contest held recently are, front row, left to right, Stan Toenjes, Mark Vellinga, Dan De Koter, Greg Vermeer, Kirk Schott, Cam Korver, Bob Cleverlnga.Carla Pennlngs, Jim Rowenhorst, Judy Lenderlnk, Doug De Haan, Janna Mouw, Dave Rltsema and Pattl Korver. Back row: John Hubers, Lynne Lenderlnk, LeeAnn De Haan, Beth •Paekel, Kathy Vlleger, Janice Van Roekel, Deb Bogaard, Karen Van Roekel, Jan Toenjes, Pam Bonnema, Linda Berry, Linda Leslie, Debbie Muyskens and Randy Rltsema. . ars "a, wa "ssrsy? V A, -»'«mg is even fun. Mr, Boote's 6th grade reading class act out books they .I v 1 "r to r . Jana Brummels, Kathy Winegar, Sara De Haan, Junta Hassebroek, 16 Vander Laan, Lynn Patton and the cat (Carol Haverdink) are doing a scene he book "No Children No Pets in the Apartment House," This class has a this year, eourf from the Jus° f John H. Ver- ClTl Slnnart of ? 18 ' Defen - lnaryhear < o set ln ^e I o ver r° a nd he was I toy J? 8 *' 11 * c °urt. a ver^ in the ofiowa vs on April Beckmann and Henrietta Beckmann were appointed Executors. Bond was waived by the Will. Judith K. Halverson has been granted a Dissolution of Marriage from Dalton D. Halverson. Petitioner was awarded custody of the minor child. The Estate of John Kiel paid the sum of $1,920.58 Inheritance Tax. Crescent Electric Supply Company filed suit against Elwin Van Roekel and George Goslinga, d/b/a Orange City Appliance Center, asking for Judgment in the amount of $1,021.89, due on an open account, together with interest at 5% and costs of this action. Testa- I have always wanted to know who originally thinks up a joke that travels all over the entire country. Historical Society (Continued from page 1) The board members whose terms expire include Bernard Vander Aarde, Mrs. Art Vogel, Mrs. Wm. Verdoorn, Charles Sawyer, Hull, Dr. Arlo Neumann and Mrs. Lloyd Moir. These members are eligible for reelection, however three members have asked to resign because of previous commitments and conflicts. Serving on the nominating committee are Mrs. L. Mouw, Mrs. Bob Dunlop, and Ed Schreur. Serving the lunch for the meeting are Mrs. Bub Korver, Mrs. DlckDeets, and Mrs. 0. Dorschner Remember the date-April 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Orange City Town Hall. Sometimes I'd rather face the music than listen to it. School News On Saturday evening, April 22, the Orange City Christian School staff and about 30 pupils will take part In the service at the Sioux City Gospel Misson. The program will be broadcast live from 8:00-9:00 p.m. overKTFC-FM. "Sounds of Spring" a program of vocal and band music will be presented by pupils of grades 5-8 on Thursday April 27 at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. under the direction of Mrs. Jenine Bird. Grades 7 and 8 will perform vocal numbers separately and as a mass choir. Both Advanced and Beginner's bands will perform individually and as a mass band. Everyone is cordially invited to either performance. Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rieckhoff spent last weekend at the Lakes where they opened their home there for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog returned home after a six week trip visiting the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Slickers, Mr. and Mrs. John Wegboldy in Lake Worth, Florida, and Mrs. AmyKeizer in Lake Wales, Florida, Returning home via the Smokey Mountains to Holland, Mich., visiting Mr, and Mrs. Albert Syperkman, Mr, and Mrs. Cornie De Waal, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Polraks and Mrs. Effie Tajkes in Muskegon, Mich. From there to their daughter and son-in-law and family Wayne Kooy in Gallen, Mich. Miss Carolyn Wobbema returned to Grand Rapids on Wednesday evening after spending two weeks visiting in the home of her Barents, Mr, and Mrs. Bernard; Wobbema, Historical Society drives for members The third annual membership drive for the Sioux County Historical Society has been launched this week. Letters have been sent out to the current members and it is hoped many more of you will show your interest and support by obtaining memberships also. The Society has been progressing steadily during this short period and will report on it at the annual meeting on April 28 and you are all cordially invited. Monies has been kept in a Time Certificate, planning for that permanent museum. We have been most appreciative of the generous contributions of the members in the past and the continued interest by all will of course, determine how soon final plans for the museum will be realized. The public has enjoyed the Country School House and our temporary Museum In the Spann building. Many nice items have been given to the society and many others have been loaned and we are deeply grateful for all of these. Do keep the Historical Society in mind for some of your family antiques. It would be a fine contribution and also a place for families to be remembered. Memberships include the annual at $5. per person; the Contributing at $10.j Lifetime at $100.; Sustaining at $100.; and the student nonvoting membership at $1. Please send all monies to Mrs. Lorenz Mouw, Treasurer, Knights Relays to be run 25th Red Raiders are 4-0 in Conference j'ne Red Raider baseball team took two fromConcordia of St. Paul to run the!" Tri- State Conference record to 4-0, April 15, on their home field. They are 7-4 for the season. Taking the opener 3-2, the Raiders pitcher Bob Van Es came out the victor in a pitchers duel with Rich Cloter. The game went to nine innings with the Raiders claiming victory when Tom Estes drew a base-loaded base on balls to score Van Es. Van Es struck out eight and allowed only four hits. Cloter fanned seven but walks were his Waterloo. The Raiders also claimed the night cap by a single run to push by Concordia 8-7. Concordla was ahead 4-2 until the 5th when Northwestern took a 6-4 lead with only one hit recorded. Concordia again took the lead in the top of the sixth, but In the last half of the sixth, Dave Aalbers of NW slammed a home run and Wayne Van Veldhulzen came across home plate on a passed ball. Northwestern captured its second one-run decision over Concordia. The Knights Relays, sponsored by Unity Christian High School, are scheduled to be run on the Northwestern College Track and Field at Orange City on Tuesday, April 25. The 18- team meet will consist of two high school divisions in addition to a college division. The meet will get underway with the Field Event in the College Division scheduled for 5:00 p.m. with the high school dl- • t'lt.1 (..lirt lo "Shall I add some soda or s would you prefer ginger ale?' 1 visions to follow at 4:00 p.m. Each participating school will be allowed two entries in the individual event. High Schools and Colleges participating are as follows: High School (A) Cherokee Heelan (Jr. Varsity) LeMars Lennox, S.D. Maurice-Orange City Western Christian (Hull) High School (B) Hinton LeMars Gehlen Little Rock Southwest Christian (Edgerton, Minn.) Storm Lake St. Mary's Unity Christian College Dana (Blair, Neb.) Dordt (Sioux Center) Buena Vista (Storm Northwestern (Orange City) Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls) Westmas (LeMars) The rain date (perish the thought) for the meet is the following night, April 26. Lake) Mrs. Marlln French and family from Waterbury, Neb., were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mrs, Hattie Vande Brake. Mrs, A. C. Kutper from Sioux Falls was a weekend guest In the home of Mrs. Charles Tillema, Sunday evening guests in the Paul Winchell home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Nibble- link and family from Sioux Center and Mrs. Albert Sprik. The KK Klub met on Monday morning at the Dutch Mill Inn for breakfast, Mr, and Mrs, Everett Van Leeuwen left last Friday for a ten-day vacation trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla, Guests in the home of Mrs. Frank Vogel on Monday morning in observance of her birthday were Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. Arie Noteboom, Mrs. Robert Boonstra, Mrs. Norman Boonstra and Mrs. Vernon Mouw and Sara. NOTICE No horses, cycles or other motorized vehicles are permitted on the grass » in the city parks. fink Bo«nl I THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 80, J972--9

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