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Sioux County Index (Newspaper) - January 14, 1987, Hull, Iowa Modern Woodmen of America Junior Service Club honored 5 perform with Northwest Iowa Honors Band 13 Teams scramble back to action Pages 1618 Sioux COUNTY Price RTER AREA EDITION 24 pages One supplement NON AREA EDITION 24 pages No supplements A Continuation of the Hull Index and the Boyden Serving the Hull and Boyden Communities for more than 100 Yeare January 1987 Mary Lou Wielenga to be featured during faculty recital HULL Music has always been an important part of MaryLou Beginning at first grade career in music at the piano and organ keyboards had already begun to take Today music is her As a Dordt College instructor MaryLou and other faculty members Karen DeMol and Lisa Duitman will present a Dordt faculty recital on 21 in the Dordt College The recital will begin at 8 and the concert will feature organ music along with piano accompaniment and clarinet When asked about the upcoming recital MaryLou seems to brighten as she begins to talk one of her favorite subjects This recital will feature the life of Christ including death and the says This recital will be enjoyed by organ The hour long recital will be divided into two The first half will highlight clarinet music while the second half MaryLou will Numbers to be included in Wednesdays recital are by Jesus Priceless by Savior of the by and The Crucifixion and The Resurrection from Dupres Passion These recitals are not required of the faculty at Dordt says but it is very good for the students to hear their teachers perform she Along with the benefits the students gain and the enjoyment of these public performances one can sense the enjoys Besides her hectic work schedule at MaryLou also finds time to give private play at practice playing the piano and organ and playing at the First Christian Reformed Church in MaryLou serves as one of the churchs organists and she is the church choirs accompanist MaryLou first showed an interest in music in grade At the age of 7 she was taking piano lessons from mother at 6th grade MaryLou studied piano under Maybelle Reimann and during her high school years she studied under Lois By the time MaryLou was a sophomore in high school she was playing the organ at church and she also Continued to page 5 Reyelts submits resignation as Hull City Loren Hull City Clerk Monday submitted his resignation to the Hull City The exact date Reyelts will leave the position has not yet been The council reluctantly accepted the resignation and then referred to the Finance Committee the question of what direction the city should go in selecting anew city Reyelts told the council that he felt comfortable with the bookkeeping and financial aspects of the he said he knew his own personality and that he felt both he and the city would be better off if the city had a more agressive person in the position of city especially in dealing with other government Reyelts stated that he enjoyed working for the city and that he had no other lined up at this he said he is looking around for another position and wanted the city to be able to be looking for a As Reyelts explained it to the his agreement with the council is that if he should find work between now and July he will be able to accept the position if he still hasnt found a position as of July the city council will be free to replace him at that time with a new Clerk Administrator if one can be Some of the questions facing the council are What exactly do they want the city to do Are the jobs so demanding that two people are needed to fill them How much can the city afford to pay to have these services provided for the Some of the discussion Monday night centered around the enormous amount of time a city administrator has to spend attending meetings out of town just to keep the city informed and to try to obtain funding for city The council also discussed what it described as the need to be They implied that they thought that if the city was not agressive it would fall behind other towns in the In other the mayor after discussing the council committees with the council appointed the following council committees for The first person listed under each committee is the Recreation Van Dick Finance Gerrit Vander Fire Department Street Water and Sewer Committee Vander Schaaf and Van Buildings Schaaf and The council also decided to seek applications for a parttime cleaning person to do cleaning at the Community the Municipal Building and in the Hull Public It was reported that the Senior Mens Club has agreed to pay per member to help pay for the cost of heating that building since the building is owned by the The council also heard an update on the proposed agreement between the members of the Five County Solid Waste After some objections to the proposed agreement were raised by agency officials are reviewing the proposed agreement and are suggesting some The amended agreement will be brought back to the city at a later The council again discussed the need to purchase a dump quick dump mechanism for the water truck and a heavier water truck for the fire The council told the to write all the township trustees of areas served by the Hull Fire Department to explain why the equipment was needed and asking them to reply within two weeks with their approval or disapproval of the The council also approved a request from the Library Board to allow them to carry forward unused funds in the Book and Films and Furniture and Fixture The council also approved a request from Don Ribbens to allow him to shoot on his property pigeons which have been a Shooting a fire arm within the city limits requires prior permission from the The council also agreed to purchase a blade for the John Deere One use for the blade would be the removal of snow on the sidewalk in front of the Community It was also mentioned that the tractor and the blade might be used in some of the
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