The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 27, 1972 · Page 7
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April 27, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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[•••*•••************•** ••••••••••••* •*•**••••*•••* NEWS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I m underway on new park underway to 1m- expand the new park around the swim- around the dta- (trldtron are lying uni About 15 feet sawed off of each iLs arms will be re- M new llghts a m 1 if* them. They will loated in order to.bet- "SSe football field as s lighting the diamond. tloyd Valley Ichool Lunch iOBSDAY, APRIL 27 ['potatoes I Luncheon Meat (tomatoes Iboughnuts [Jandwlehes Milk RIDAY, APRIL 28 I Potatoes I Fish Sticks I Buttered peas I Choc. Pudding I Juice I Sandwiches I Milk IDAY.MAY 1 I Goulash •Spinach [Chocolate Cake •Sandwiches JJESDAY, MAY 2 •Potatoes [Pork Patties iplesauce [Cookies [Juice (sandwiches Milk EDNESDAY, MAY 3 Blew lolls folio The poles are expected to be back up In two or three weeks. New cyjgone fence will be put up around the two fields after the poles are in position. Current plans call for construction in the areas south and west of the pool of a shelter house, two tennis courts, a volleyball court, a playground area and equipment, a picnic area and tables, a U-shaped road around the pool with parking alone the sides, and the planting of trees and shrubs. Chairman of the central committee for the new park, Joel Boeyink, says there will be a clean-up day to clear out the playground area "within a couple of days." Much of the overall area has been plowed and will be . disked soon and a cover crop planted. The plans for the park have been submitted to the Iowa State Conservation office. The committee Is hopeful they will be sent on to the Federal Bureau of Outdoor Recreation with the recommendation that federal funds be made available to help finance the project. The central committee is laying plans for local fund raising activities which include an auction bake sale in May and a barbeque in June. Thunder bird Sports GIRLS TRACK On Thursday, April, 13, 1972, Floyd Valley's Girls Track team went to Northwestern's track field for a triangular meet with Unity and MOC. Floyd Valley came in first in the following events: 880 yard run, 440 Meter Shuttle Relay, 440 yard relay. We came in second in the following events: Distance Medley Relay, One Mile Relay, and the Softball Throw. In the following events, we placed third: 100 yard dash, Softball throw, and the long jump.. We are improving as the year progresses. The times are getting better and so are the distances. Monday, April 17, the Floyd Valley girls track team went to Rock Rapids for the George -invitational. Some of the schools that were there were: George, Floyd Valley, Little Rock, Central Lyon, Prim- \/er breakfast attracts 50 •prayer breakfast spon-. Iby the Alton Jaycees )eld last week Wednes| the OK Cafe. About 50 [principal speaker was : P.J. Nooney of Rock past national chap- 1 the VFW. He emphas- • need for individual loup prayer and the study • Scriptures. Iresentatlves from four ps offered short Irs: Rev. Clarence Gre- lot the The Reformed ,Chui;eh,. Alton ; Mario Han- 'son of Faith Lutheran Church, Orange City; Father Tiedeman of St. Mary's, Alton; and Rev. John Maze of the Presbyterian Church, Alton. Norman Beltman welcomed those attending; Ray Schreur lead the group singing. The Floyd Valley men's quartet sang. Members of the quartet are Steve Hofmeyer, Mark Van Gelder, Mike Cleverlnga. and John Schneider. Father Tiedman was chairman of the event. Science Fair t/U >M V - WCft ghar, Melvin, Ocheyedan, Boyden-Hull, MOC, Hull Western Christian, West Sioux, and Rock Valley. Nola Diekevers came in 3rd in the 60 yard dash and also placed 4th in the Softball throw. FLOYD VALLEY BASEBALL Thunderbirds baseball has gotten off to a slow start this season with 2 losses in 2 games. The first to Spalding 10-1 and the second to Western Christian 4-1. We have lead 1-0 in both games until the 5th inning and then everything seems to go wrong. But this could be cured easily if we would get a couple more hits. So far, we have had 3 hits in 2 games (not enough to win very often). With a little more batting practice and game experience, it will come. The T-Birds play Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week so the record could be impressive if we get on the winning trail. FLOYD VALLEY GOLF , The golf season for the T- Blrds took a bad swingasthey\ lost their first 3 meets and. took second in atri-meet. The losses were to Sheldon, Marcus, and Le Mars Gehlen (2). The only win so far came in the tri-meet when Floyd Valley beat Spalding. Under the coaching of Jim Ball, the T-Bird golfers: Tom Becker, Walt Pick, KimFrie- drlchse.n, Steve Konz, Mike Cleverlnga, Jim Vander Pol, Jay Friedrichsen, Bob Stover, Mark Lyftogt, andBobCallen- ius, are hoping to better their 1 and 4 record. With 10 scheduled meets left, their record could be very impressive. HULL WESTERN 4 FV 1 Floyd Valley scored one run in the third inning against Hull Western. Brerit Vaas tripled— Marv Schipper hit back to the pitcher and was thrown out at first. Then with one down Vaas scored on a squeeze bunt by Dave Katt and this was all the scoring that Floyd Valley did as Brunsting, the Hull pitcher, held them to three hits. Hull Western tied the game in the fifth on a walk to Vander Wilt who moved to second on a fielder's choice as Brunsting hit back to the pitcher. Then with two away Vis hit a fly ball to Katt in center field and he dropped it to let the tieing run score. Hull scored three more runs I Margie Kellen's water Filtration project won her a For rating. Margie is a 4th grader at St. Anthony| Ma ry School. I Alton Locals Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Con-' rad and family of Maurice have moved into the Ed Grotenhuis home. Mr. Conrad Is employed at Homans Appliance Shop. St. Mary's Church will hold their annual spring chicken supper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lovering, Herman Boer of Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brandts and three children of Inwood and Mrs. Joe Smeenk of Orange City were Saturday evening guests in the John Boer home.. Mesdames and Messrs. Chuck Iddings and family of Sioux Falls, Gilbert Schreir and family of Marcus and'Led Braun and family of Granvllle were Sunday guests in the parental Arthur Braun home. in the sixth inning on two hits, an error and two walks. FV AB R H E, Schipper, M ss 4000 Katt, D cf 2 0 0 1 Karssen, D. p 3.020 Becker, D. Ib-p 3000 Karssen, G. c 2001 Elliot, P. rf 2000 Hulst, P. If 2000 Schipper, G. 3b 3 0 0 0 Vaas, B. 2b 3111 24 1 3 3 HULL WESTERN Vis, G. cf 4000 Anema If 3000 Vander Griend, c 3 0 0 0 Buyert, L 3b 3 1 2 0 Te Slaa Ib 3100 Van Kley ss 2110 Van Engen rf 2000 Vander Wilt 2b 0 1 0 0 Brunsting p 2 0 0 0 22 4 3 0. FV HW 1234567 001000 0 000013.- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ehlers and family of Red Oak spent Sunday visiting in the Urban •Dykstra, Virgil Albers, and John Schnoes homes. Leland Gambler was admitted to Veterans Hospital In Omaha for tests and observation on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Cambier.Mrs. Leland Cambler and Steve spent Sunday In Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. David Bonnecroy of Orange City were Sunday callers in the August De Boer home, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and family of Ireton were Sunday dinner guests In the Mrs. August De Boer home. Mr. and Mrs. Manley Abramhsen ofSutherlandwere Saturday eveningcallersinthe Mrs. Nellie Egnes home. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Gilbert of Rock Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hoeven spent the weekend in the Stanley Marshall home in Ackley and attended the "Eagle Scout Ceremonies" when Gerrit Marshall received his Eagle Scout Award. Gerrlt is a junior at the Ackley Geneva Community School. Mrs. Edna Haack of Le Mars and Mrs. Margaret Haack spent Sunday with Mrs. Inez Kettler at Rock Valley. Mrs. C. W. Hentges returned to her home on Friday after spending the winter at the Heritage House. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Kellen are parents of a baby boy born Friday the 21st. He weighed 8 Ibs. 6^ oz. and has been named Karl Scott. Mrs. Robert Buchouske of Arlington Heights spent the weekend in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lincoln. Mr. Charles J. De Vries will entertain the evening bridge club on Monday. Carol Rens, the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rens was dismissed from the Orange City hospital on Tuesday after undergoing surgery on Thursday. Mrs. Evert Geurink is now a resident of the Heritage House. Lukes In Sioux City for further treatment. Roger Gambler who attends the University In Vermlllion spent the weekend In the Clint Cambler home. Mrs. Jennie De Jong of Orange City and Mrs. Sena Van Roekel of Sioux Center home, were Thursday afternoon callers In the Mrs. Douwe De Boer home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodapp and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woods of South Sioux City were Sunday callers in the Mrs. Harry Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman De Haas spent Saturday evening with their daughter and family the Peter Schemmers at Hawarden. Sewing Club met Wednesday at the Mrs. John Van Gronigen home, Mr. and Mrs. Dores Vrieze and Lisa were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Michael Vrieze home The occassion being the third birthday of Dawn. Francine Miller of Hospers spent the weekend In the Fred Starkenburg home. j Mr. and Mrs. Abma of Rock Valley and Mrs. Albert Draayer of Artesla, Calif., were Wednesday callers In the Fred Eason home. Guard Cadet Kenneth Dykstra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Dykstra has been named to the dean's list for academic excellence at the Coast Guard Academy at New London, Conn., where he us pursuing a bachelor of science degree and an ensign's commission in the Coast Guard. He is a 1970 graduate of Spaldlng High School. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn De Vries and daughters of Hartley were Sunday dinner guests in the Joel Boeylnk home. Mrs. De Vries was the guest soloist at the Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. BobHo.fmeyer of Newkirk, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vander Hof, Mr. and Mrs. Don Adkins of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Newendorp attended the National School Board Convention at San Francisco, Calif, leaving on Thursday and returning on Tuesday. District court The Last Will and Testament of Frank Van Der Wilt, Karssen, D., Becker, D. and,Karssen, G. o Brunsting and; Vander Griend.f) • . • '•:'•,• ••• '-.'.. ...'!> SCHEDULES VARSITY & JV GOLF May 1 M-Orange City«H May 3 West Sioux— H May 9 Sioux Center—T May 10 Spaldlng—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 April 29 Ocheyedan (Invitational)—T May 5 Le Mars (Invitational) --T May 8 Marcus (Invitational) --T May 13 District Meet at Sioux City May 6 Hull Western (Invitational)—T May 20 State Meet VARSITY BOYS BASEBALL April 28 spalding—H May 2 State Sectional—T May 5 Hull (W)--H (Double Header) May 9 Westfield—T (Double Header) May 12 Remsen(SM)«H (Double Header JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL May 3 Spaldlng—H May 10 Remsen—H May 17 Spalding—T Ed Sordrager wh has been a patient in the Orange City hospital was transferred to St. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Templeton of Laramie, Wyo., arrived Tuesday for a visit in the Rich Gambler farm Mrs. Gerrlt Vrteze accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry • Schuller to Sioux City on Tuesday evening where they were supper guests at the Miss Nell Lucas home, the occasion being Miss Lucas 87th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lucas of Sioux City were also present. Mr. and Mrs; Dwayne Weller of Oyens were Sunday evening .callers in the Francis Homan home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aberson and Mrs. Gerrit Vrieze were Tuesday dinner guests in the Norman Eason farm home. The occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Easons father Mr. Joe Aberson. Mrs. John Peterson of Ames spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the John Fennema home. Sunday dinner guests in the Sam Lincoln home were Mrs. Robert Buchouski of Arlington Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Tanfield. Judy Gebauer of Orange, Calif., and Gus Gebauer of Lakewood, Calif., left Thursday after attending the funeral of their brother Jack Gebaue/. They were guests in the Bill Gebauer home. Henry and Dora Slothouber attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Van Buren at Sioux Center on Friday. Mrs. Van Buren will be remembered as Jennie Slothouber. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pohlen were Sunday guests in the A. J. Scott home in Sioux Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford-Vander Zwaag and children of Orange City accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander Wilt to Springfield, S. Dak., on Sunday where they attended the thirty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamminga. Mrs. Vander Wilt and Mrs. Kamminga are sisters. Mrs. Lena Kooreman, a former Alton resident, now of Baldwin, Wise., will be ninety years old on Wednesday. . late of Orange City, was admitted to Probate. Gerrlt Marvin Van Der Wilt was ap* pointed Executor. Bond was waived by the Will. Elwln Van Roekel of Orange City was Indicted by the Grand Jury on March 28 and charged with the Crime of "Embezzlement by Agent". Bench Warrant was Issued April 11 and returned unserved. . He is scheduled to appear in Court April 25 before Judge D.M. Pendleton of Sioux City. John A. Franken d/b/a Johnny's Electric Supply Co. filed suit against Merlyn Jasper d/b/a Modern Electric. Franken is asking for judgment in the amount, of $702. 82 together with Interest and costs. Said amount allegedly represents the amount due plaintiff for merchandise and services. The Estate of the late John Van Bativia paid a balance due in the sum of $181.14 for Inheritance Tax. The Last Will and Testament of Viola Mae Goebel was filed for Probate. Beverly Rledmiller of Des Moines was appointed executrix. Bruce Wayne Smits has filed suit against General Casualty Co. of Wisconsin. Plaintiff X seeks to collect $9500 on an Insurance Policy issued to him and on which he has allegedly suffered damages in said amount. Also for an additional $700 for storage resulting from failure to perform their contract. ; Don Van Der Weide has been appointed Conservator of the property of Hessel J. Van Eizenga upon his voluntary Petition, without bond. Final Reports have been filed in the Following Estates: Estate of Chris Beeck, Estate of Minnie Zoerink. h " The Last Will and Testament of Charles Koopmans,' late of Maurice, has been filed for Probate. Viola Koopmans was appointed Executrix without bond. Petition for administration was filed in the estate of Sophia/ Sheldon, late of Hull, Iowa; Mildred L. Hymans and Mar-, guerite A. Forney were appointed Administrators. Bond was waived by Court Order. Arthur R. Kooiker was appointed Conservator of the property of Vincent G. Kooiker without bond. -' ! •'. Petition for administratlonn was filed in the Estate of DIna Roelofs, late of Sioux Center. The Last Will and Testae ment of Marinus Van Deq Griend, late of Sioux Center?' was filed for Probate. Jennie Van De Griend was appointed Executrix. Bond was waived by the Will. VICIOUS HARDENED STEEL DRILL BITS DIDN'T PENETRATE THE TIRE. School News for starch In various ST. MARY'S SCHOOL NEWS Congratulations to the 4 students of St. Anthony-St, Mary's School who earned I ratings at the speech meet held at Remsen St. Mary's High School, Sunday, April 23rd: Jean Becker in original oratory "Drug Abuse"; jane Jungers and Patty Schmit iin poetry reading; Ann Henrich in interpretive prose. CIVIC ORATION CONTEST Jeanne Becker, grade 7, and Joyce Becker, grade 8, were named winner and runner-up respectively in the final competition of the St. Mary's CWc Oration Contest sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America, The contest was held on April 18 at St. Mary's School. Judging the Contestant's talks on "Combating Drug Misuse" were Mrs. Jack Mantel, Coralee Kleinhesslink, and Sister Margaret Galm. Father Hood presented tiie winner and runner UP with engraved plaques and pins were awarded to Diane Hansen Mary Youngers, Mary Itreff Suzanne Streff,andBe- bra Kong, who received honorable mention in the contest. FLOAT DISPLAY . The Social Studies classes of St. Anthony-St, Mary's School, Alton, under the supervision of teachers Miss Weiler and Mrs, Cole, presented a display of floats demonstrating a variety of topics studied by each grade this school year, The fourth grade floats showed a general study of countries all over the world and various occupations of American people, The fifth grade made a thorough study of the United States, Sixth graders explored the countries of Eurasia, The seventh grader.s concentrated their efforts on Latin America, Africa, and Australia, The eighth gride undertook various aspects of American History. The floats were on display for tjfie parents on April 20, from 2:00 to 3:00 in the St. Mary Center. The students making the floats really did some very. fine workmanship, and learned many things as they worked, This is the new Custom Power Cushion Polysteel tire you've seen advertised on T.V. The same kind of tire steel drill bits didn't stop. The tire with a body of tough, flexible polyester cord to soak up the shocks—and double belts of strong protective steel cord under the tread to resist penetration. Chances are you won't run over steel bits ( as we did in this demonstration), But think of the confidence you'll have in a tire that did just that and kept on going with no loss of air. Polysteel tires — only from Goodyear. CUSTOM POWER CUSHION POLYSTEEL CHECK YOUR SIZE - CHECK YOUR PRICE SIZE A78-13 B78-14 078-14 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 F78-15 G78-15 H78-15 J78-15 L78-15 Tubeless Whitewall Price $473)5 $49.95 $51.95 $55.35 • $57.95 $59.95 $63.95 $58.95 $60.95 $64.95 . $M.95 . $74-95 Plus Fed. Ex. Tax & Old Tire $1.86 $2.05 $2.15 $2.32 $2.54 $2.69 $2.74 $2.62 $2.80 $3.47 $3.23 $3.56 Foreman's Tire Service m "M $ Rich Foreman, Prop. Alton, Iowa Phone 16-4134 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 27, 1972-*7

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