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   Rock Valley Bee (Newspaper) - November 23, 1961, Rock Valley, Iowa                                One of the best ways to combat delinquency, this not so sage sage says, is to get teen agers as interest- ed in sonfething as those kids that make up the Da- kota Cloggers are in square dancing. They were a real fine group with loads of talent and a healthy friendly hos- pitable attitude that I'd like to think is uniquely Amer- j ican. They'll be back in De- cember and I am going to I be sure I see them. It. is with regret that I heard that game little Lar- ry Talsma- died as was pre- dieted. Cancer finally -got Kim off" his feet and then kept him there until, the end. Many thousands of per- sons wrote cards and let- ters to him and they can feel that perhaps they eas- ed his end somewhat, got a let- ter tKSjjoJner day all the way'frrjinrHbnoIulu, Hawaii, our 50th state. The letter Was .unsigned '_ but had a lot to say. even- if it was anonymous. Here it is: "Dear Sir: I "Several years ago I took a small article .from your store (a small eraser) and because of this the Lord has-eormcled'. So please accept this dime as! payment of it. I do be- lieve that regardless of how small or large the sin, it matters not, it is' still a sin in His eyes. I do believe that the Lord Jesus has for- given me but it is still His will, that-I make right as far.as I'm able to. I thank you kindly "I; John And we know that he was manifest to take away pur sins, (speaking of 1 Isn't it funny that 'so1 many businessmen will get up in the morning, refresh themselves .with a dose of advertised fruit juice; clean their teeth with an adver- tised tooth paste and ad- vertised brush; shave with and advertised razor; wash with an advertised soap; put on advertised under- wear, advertised hose, shirt, collar, and shoes, seat themselves: at the table' and eat -advertised breakfast bread; drink ad- vertised tea, coffee or co- coa; put .on .advertised hat and gloves, light an adver- tised cigarette with and ad- vertised' match; go to the station.in an advertised mo- tor car, give letters to a typist who types ori an ad- vertised machine, using ad- vertised carbons; sign their letters with an advertised pen, containing advertised ink; and turn dov.-n a pro- posal to advertise on the Srounns that ADVERTIS- ING DOESN'T PAY1 FAMILY AFFAIR Christmas means fun for the whole family. Protect your family against tuberculosis by giving generously for Christr nias FIGHT TB WITH CHRISTMAS SEAIS The Rock Valley x In Its Seventy-Sixth Year Of Publication Thursday, November 23, 1961 Seventy-Seventh Year, No. 12 Price ten Cents ROCK VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Mary Lou Manning Margaret Flanagan Junior Freshmen Gerald Vink Sandra Heuer Ruth Hanrielink Paul Klein Roger Ver Mulm Donna Baatz Mavis Bergsma "B" HONOR ROLL SENIORS Judy" Iliggins Eleanor Thayer JUNIORS Patricia Kosters SOPHOMORES Ethel Graves Vicki Houer .Frances'Jouwstra ,Pam Porter ugh schedule with only three lettermen FRESHMEN Dale Duits James Keegah .Paul Poppen John Riessen Joanne De Bruin Judy Hoekslra Nelvina" .Kersbergen Pamela Kuiper Helen Oldenkamp L.'nda Ranschau Eillic Gtrubbe Gloria Swier Amelia Vvinterfeld lar November: 24 Friday Dance December: 2; Sata-cn-' O-sia! cnlevlain- ment and dance meht and. dance .16 Saturday Special entertain- ment and dance 22 Friday Dance (after game) 29 Friday Dakota doggers show. Chris'.iv.as Party at Canteen ailcrward 8...Sock Valley Tnderent'onb played Maurice- last i and won" 67-45.-'Tniy play Net kirk .at. Rock Valley Saiurd- Nov. 23'at p.m.. f> Last fbi'iboil ,co i test earns up with a "boo-boi' and the way the winners out was this: 'o'.'JaUe Timmer first Van Maa'nen second 6. Steve Timiner Winners of Clojh. in-t .corn contest Gustav Nagel, Doon; George kamp; iinti Herman HanschTi. It was judged by local' FFA boys. PHI BETA KAPPA INITI- ATES at the State University of Iowa include (from left) Judith rfefoi, Wesley semoi, Kathei ine Beck-, Hartley, August grad- uate of Robert Roelofs. Vailey. August graduate CfSJI Professor John McGalliard, (he significance of the Phi Beta-Kappa k6y following initiation ceremonies Sunday in Old Capital. Twenty-six Slfi .seniors and August graduates were taken into the" national scholastic T 'c PoJi Valley Com- i revt club announced today a meeting be held j :.ay evening, November 28 m the town hall at. At the meeting members, will rmrt Miss Judy Haas earned to college honorary society. F.o'i RoeJnfs is (he sen of Mr and Mrs Harold Roelofs of Rock Valley. Miss Judy Haas, of Rock Val- ley, is one of twenty-orie-Morn- ingside college seniors selected for the 19G2. edition' of Who's Who in American' Universities and Colleges. A short biography, of each student, will be printed in the publication, which each year selects outstanding seniors from ;hc nation's colleges. Students were chosen on a basis'of scholarship, participa- tion and leadership in academ- ic areas, participation and lead- ership in extracurricular activ- ities, citizenship and service to college, and promise of. future usefulness. Miss Haas has been active tin the Morningside campus as Wo- men's Self Government Associ- ation social LASS senior honorary, Mu Phi'Epsilon music sorority, MadrigalJsing- ers, and the Dean's1-Honor Roll. I Coach Bob Kaufman and his Rocket cagers have their work cut out for them this basket- ball season with only three let- termen returning from last year's squad. The three-Dave Nelson, All vn Berkum and John Kers'-' bergen will be aided by such other 1960 stalwarts as non-let- ter, winners Jim Helgerson, Jim Van Eldik, Gerald Vink and Marvin Vonk. Helgerson, six feet, three in- ches, and Van Eldik, six feet, one inch, will bevvieing for the center spot. Those two-squad members are the tallest, the Rockets have to offer for the 61-62 season. Kaufman said that last year's team came out with an eight win-10 loss record after winn- ing "half on The coach added that if speed', desire and determination has anything ,lo do with winning games (arid he's sure it does) then the Rockets willwin a few of the IB games scheduled for this year. The conference season op'ehs in a hurry for the Eockets as they meet George in a loop op- ener, here Tuesday, Nov. 28. Conference officials sched- uled a round-robin slate for this year which means that each conference team will nieet ev- ery other league team twice during the season. .The following Friday, Dec. 1, the. local hardcourters will meet West Lyon at West tyon. (All West Lyon games are being played at Tjiirty three-'students weTe out foi basketball this year with 13 of that number being freshmen. Special TeenB Market "ourtesy or. Farmers. Eleyatxir Corn............-.......... ,99 Oats .75 Soybeans.........___... 2.30 Butchers............... 1595 Packers 1430 c The Rock Valley Gun club met Monday night at at Sirs Gasper's house. Gene Newell, the game ward- en will show films.' It wiil be a stag dinner for members -only. The ieen board'arid adult advis- ory board of "the Teen Canteen held a special meeting Monday night and made plans for the Canteen for the month of De- cember. It was decided to have the Canteen open after the local basketball games on Friday night, and on Saturday "night when the games were held out of town. The board made plans to have special entertainers come to the-; Canteen for the Saturday night parties. Due to .the huge success of the Turkey Trot, held last week] the Canteen is going to spon- sor a show.open ta the public, on Friday, Dec. 29th. The show will feature The- Dakota Cloggers, iw'o young square dancing groups that are locally and nationally known. The Canteen urges everyone to plan on attending this show Tickets will go on sale immed- iately. THE BEE CONGHATULATES Mr and Mrs Herman Dirksen of Bock on the birth of a daughter, Lynetle Rose, No- vember 20. Mr and Mrs, Albert Hoyer Valley on the birth a a son, Joe! Francis on the 12th. Sioux Electric-Coop declares patronage dividend Tills irrToijr- night formed the nucleus of one agers shown above are the Da- of the most entertaining rughis kota last Friday m the history of Cloud 3 local teen canteen. The Dakota nation- ally famous for their square dances, will appear here De- cember 29 so that ths public will be able to attend. At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Sioux Electric Cooperative association Orange City, Iowa, action was' taken by the board of directors to repay the sum of in patronage refund credits to those members who were re- ceiving service from the Coop- erative during the period from organization and including 1945. Since its organization, the electric cooperative has been steadily improving its system so that this payment can be made, without jeopardizing the financial condition of the or- ganization. Sufficient provision has been made to meet the Cooperative's current obligations, as weel as to continue to maintain a good sound physical plant, an official said. Cooperative principles de- mand that any excess earnings be repaid to the membership in the form of patronage refund credits. These rnve been very care- fully set up on the records, but due to the Cooperative's mort- gage indebtedness, as .well as current obligations, it was not feasible or financially sound to make any repayments prior to this time. It is expecter that these pay- ments will be made to the recipients sometime in Ap-' or May.   

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