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April 17, 1980
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WEST LYON HERALD Strikes and Spares WL Herald ............................... 34 lnwood Bank ............................. 33 Glenwood Inn ............................ 32 Rips ..................................... 31 Farmers Coop ............................ 30 Moens ................................... 29 Eds Plbg. & Htg ........................... 25 Golden Halo .............................. 10 High Game: Lorraine Van Geest, 184 and Joanne Jacobsma, 182 High Series: Lorraine Van Geest, 481 and Mary Kroger, 449 High Team: lnwood Bank 753-2119 Other High .,'ores: Sue Meendering, 154, Judy McDyer, 150, Lorraine Van Geest, 181, Mary Kroger, 165,152 Mickey Ter Wee, 5-7 split; Sue Meendering, 4- 5; Bonnie Knobloch, 3-10; Glenn Meendering, 4- 5-7 and Lorraine Van Geest perfect game. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 19811 o District Court Hews State of Iowa vs Timothy Alen Lamsers, Sibley, Charged with burlary, second degree and must appear for arraignment on charge on April 28. State of iowa vs Eugene Schilling, Sibley, Charged with burlary, 2nd degree and must ap- pear for arraignment on charge on April 28 State of Iowa vs Steve Van Holdt, Spencer, Charged with operating a vehicle without owners consent. Must appear for arraignment April 28 State of Iowa vs David Eugene Schilling, Sibley, and Kenton Van Roekel, Sibley, charged with burlary in 2nd degree and they are to appear for arraignment April 28 State of Iowa vs John Frankman, Sioux Falls, S.D., Charged with possession of marijuana (Controlled substance) and must appear for arraignment April 28 State of iowa vs David Eugene Schilling, Sibley and Ronald Dale Van Engen, Sibley. Charged with theft in the 3rd degree. To appear for arraignment April 28 State of Iowa vs David Jiskoot, George, charged with controlled substance (Marijuana) and to appear April 28 State of iowa vs Charles Edwin Else. Sioux Falls, S.D. Charged with possession of controlled substance . (marijuana), to appear April 28 on arraignment State of Iowa vs Marvin C. Hansman, George, OMVUI Pied guilty on April 14. Fined $300 and ordered to attend alcohol drug treatment center at St. Vincent Hospital in Sioux City for 30 days or until director thinks treatment was beneficial Drivers license suspended until OMUV! Course completed at Sheldon Technical College and con- fined at the Lyon County Jail for two days. State of Iowa vs Steven Cuperus, George, Pied guilty to willfully sexual abuse in the third degree to a juvenille. Sentenced to probation to the division of adult correction, department of social services for a term of not more than 10 years. Defendant will engage in a plan of psychiatric counseling as recommended and approved by the department of social services and if violation of probation is established the court may revoke probation. Defendant to pay all costs of actions. The above is suspended unless Cuperus breaks probation. State of Iowa vs David Jiskoot, George and Arian Jiskoot. Both pied guilty on March 18 to theft. Sentenced to custody of adult correction, not longer than 10 years and they are to serve 60 days in the Lyon County jail and then above suspended. He is to make full restoration for crime involved and pay court costs in this action if probation violation is established. He will serve full sentence. Term of his probation is 24 months. Appeal bond set at $10,000. State of Iowa vs Curtis Greenfield, Rock Rapids, pied guilty of charge of knowingly ex- cused and tendered false certificate reqqired by the code of Iowa (Or Crime of fraudulant practice 3rd degree) Four different counts. Judgment of court is that he is guilty to each count. Fine of $750 plus court costs of each action. Appeal bond set at $1,000. State of Iowa vs Douglas Gene Dirks, Rock Rapids, defendant guilty of trial burlary in second degree and committed to residential treatment facility of department of correctional services for six weeks and then he will be admitted to probation for 24 months. ,,- ?' / " '.5", Thirty s6hools competed in the Elementary Math Contest City on Saturday, April 12. Those representing West Lyon as contestants were: Lisa yul Knobloch, John Sullivan and John Metzger. Their teacher is broek. District Court News John D. Dreiske, McLaughlin, S.D., FOR: Stewart Trucking, Morriston, S.D., Excessive weight, $33.50 (State Patrol) John D. Dreiske (Same as above), Excessive- weight, $40.06 (State Patrol) John D. Dreiske (Same as above), Failure to maintain current log, $25.00 (State Patrol) Roger Lee Nelson, Little Rock, Speeding, $30.00 (County Deputy) Bruce Allen Roemen, Larchwood, Failure to maintain control, $20.00 (County Deputy) Frances Thiesse, Little Rock, Unsafe entry onto roadway, $15.00 (County Deputy) Mark Alan Van Den Top, Rock Valley, Operation without registration, $20.00 (County Deputy) Carol M. Ackerman, Hazen, N.D., Speeding, $10.00 (State Patrol) Harvey W. Driesen, Rock Valley, Failure to properly display registration plates, $5.00 (State Patrol) Thomas Burleigh Hoffman, Hospers, Speeding, $30.00 (County Deputy) Dale Allan Huisman, Orange City, Speeding, $10.00 (State Patrol) 4r The Dordt College Chorale will be presenting their home concert on Sunday, April 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the Derdt Colbge Chepel. This performwce will be the fund one of their 1980 Spring Concert season. This year's program includes u wide variety of sacred choral music performed with sincerity by this group of 60 ceilnge students. INWOOD Honored A t Farewell A neighborhood coffee party was held Wed- nesday afternoon, April 9, in the home of Mrs Hattie Bakker fnr Mrs Pete Jacobsma who is moving to California. About sixteen neighbors were guests. Mrs Nella Kooi Mrs Marlene Vant Land Mrs Rolena hostesses. Entertain for 35th A Mr and Mrs Jay Bonnema Saturday eLening, March 29th at Sioux Center for their 35th after which the group attended the at the Dordt Chapel. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bud Van Mrs Henry Berentschot, Mr and Mrs Yager, Mr and Mrs Roger Halma, Jacobsma and Mrs Corky Van GrouW, Mrs Jim Faber and Mr and Mrs George were unable to attend. Many Attend Calvinette Ban, The Calvinette Banquet was he Christian Reformed Church in Monday evening with approximately dance. The lnwood Calvinettes were in decorations. They used gold crowns on of each table with a plant or fresh center and footsteps bearing names su patience, kindness etc, words to win with streamers leading to the crown The Race - Win The Crown". Don Gruneich of Rock Rapids g and sang for the entertainment. lnwood attended. Circle Meets Thu The Luther Circle met Thursday the home of Mrs Merle Holland w attending. Devotions were given by Mrs Edna the Bible study, "Secure in Christ" Serck. Offering meditation was Holland. Following the business 12 were assembled, each having pu: for them. All were reminded of Spencer Conf vention in Bethlehem Church on plan to attend. The next meeting will be in the hor John Newborg.