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   Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1966, Sioux Center, Iowa                                New Library Scheduled for Completion in June This is an Architects sketch of Dordt colleges new Construction and scheduled for comple m i briok wiu accommodate approxi mately 70000 volumes and serve an enrollment of 1000 students the project is DeStigter Brothers of Tl PIumWne Hun has the plumbing con and Johnnys Electric of Sioux Center the electrical con truct The building incorporates 19000 square feet Provision has been made in the plans for expansion should this become necessary Other construction under way on the Dordt campus at present includes a new threestory girls dormitory halt aiUj S DeW S100000 Edition to the dining Dordt has plans under consideration for two more new structures provided it can get approval of Federal grants and loans to help finance the buildings These include n new OOP science building and a gymnasiumauditorium Followup Clinics Scheduled Will Offer Booster Doses of Oral Polio Vaccine Here Friday 1 QAA t The more than 1800 persons of Sioux Center and vicinity who received initial doses of trivalent oral polio vaccine at clinics held December 10 are reminded this week by the local Junior Chamber of Commerce project sponsor that booster doses equally as important as the initial doses are to be given by registered nurses at the same places on Friday January 28 cubes The vaccine will again be served on small bread Only a few minutes time is required for an in dividual to go through the clinic Clinics wi51 be set up in the following places Ktnsey Elementary school 2 pm to 8 pm where the general public will receive the vaccine along with students attending that school VOLUME 73 NUMBER 4 SIOUX CENTER IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1966 Crewjtf 86 to Conduct Combined Appeal Announce Beard Contest Rules Offer Prizes for Best BeardsRequire Permits Three cash prizes are to be Jaycee Beard Contest committee 1 tte best rimmedShaver Permits and Peddler Per ard 2 the best untrimmed roits must be worn by the holders beard and 3 the longest beard at all times If a person is caught grown by men of Sioux Centerwithout these they will be re ami vicinity between now and July quired to appear in Kangaroo 6 and 7 tohelp focus public atcourt and fined Court will be in tention on the commnnitvs 7Sfiil at the Junior Chamber of Com merce sponsor of the beard con test The prize for the best untrim med beard will be and will be awarded for the longest beard and the best trimmed beard Men of the community who do not choose to grow beards will be expected to purchase shaver per starting February 15 Busi v nessmen will pay for such a i permit and farmers in the school district and other town dwellers Iwill pay the arrangements announced weekly Beginning the first have purchased celebration Jaycees i Continued will serve as judge and jury When weather permits an outside jail will be set up All violators meaning those whodo shave and have not pur chased their shaver permits or peddler permits and those who Meeting Tonight Of Solicitors at Kinsey School Eightysix Sioux Center volun teers including 11 area captains and 75 doortodoor solicitors will conduct Sioux Centers fourth annual Combined Appeal schei duled for January 31 through February 5 Mrs John Wesselink tack page Organizational Meeting Tonight Offer Three Evening Classes For Adults general campaign chairman has announced A meeting of the solicitors Has been scheduled for 7 pm today Thursday at the Kinsey school auditorium Mrs Wesselink stated that the meeting will be brief but all solicitators be present The Appeal goal is the same as last year Funds collected in the drive will go to 11 nonprofit organiza tions of the community that are dependent in whole or in part on public contributions Organizations which will share the money collected during the appeal are 1 CROP March of Continued on back page i Three adult educational even be Sioux Center Community High schoolfor a 10weeks periodbe ary Principal Herman Clemens director announced Wednesday These Pun and Figure a womens physical education course which will be taught by Mrs Kent Snel ler girls physical ed instructor at the high school It will include exercises team and individual sports such as volley ball bad minton golf basic archery in struction and other activities i Twentytwo women signed up for Christian School i and Painting to be by Kenneth Anderson art i Ulllily IXIUIl course designed for c both beginners and advanced stu The Sioux Center Christian dents School guild has announced aFam1 and Ceramics also ilyFun Night to be held Friday taught by Mr Anderson and cov business place Each salesman will ipe expected to purchase a permit ip order to be eligible to sell mer jthandise i Brothers of Brush buttons will foe available for all bread growers iJThese will be priced at 50c itails as to where they may be pur jchased be announced later ithe committee stated 11 According to rules set up by the January 28 at the school Patterned after the old penny social the event will include games entertainment and refresh ering methods of making pottery and ceramics There was insufficient enroll ment for other proposed adult physical ed class will meet in the high school lunch room and the Art classes will meet in the art room Meeting times of classes will be set at these organizational sessions Principal Clemens an nounced The plan is to have classes convene once a week for two hours over tho 10weeks per iod Interested persons not already enrolled may do so at tonights meeting the director announced Remodeling Sr Citizens Club Hall A major remodeling project was launched Saturday at the Senior Citizens recreation hall on North Main Ave to facilitate better uUlization of space and to improve the appearance of the hall now a popular relaxation spot for men of the community 62 years of age and up Petitions are being removed to make one large recreation room will make it possible to ac commodateanother pool table and more card tables without crowd ing The rest room is to be relo cated also in the interest of bet ter use of space A new celling and new floor tile are being in stalled Ed Harskamp and crew are do ing the work on the cityfinanced project 75th Anniversary Committee Seeks Carriage Top More OldTime Pictures Wanted Top for a twoseated carriage Peter B Mouw general chair Also Wanted Pictures The 75th anniversary committee is anxious to obtain a few more oldtime pictures for use inl Community Higl School where junior and sen lor high school students will be served Sioux Center Christian School where Christian school studenfs will receive the vaccine Dordt College auditorium where Dordt students and faculty members will be served Lebanon Christian school where persons of that community may receive the vaccine Clinics will also be operated in most other towns ot the county on Friday under sponsorship of Sioux County Jaycee organizations In Sioux Center only the Kinsey school clinic will operate an evening shift Jaycee Chairman Bob ochouten announced Donations of 75c per person will be received foe the booster shots Jaycee officials announced Previewed by Local Group Monday Brenda Sneller Stars in TV Film Brenda Sneller 20 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Snelier a 1964 graduate of Sioux Center Commun ity High School is starred in a iSOmmute Television program en titled A Day in the Life of a Student Nurse at Broadlawns Hos pital which will be shown over channel 8 in DCS Moines at pm Saturday February 5 Brenda is a secondyear student at Broadlawns the county hospi tal at Des Moines Because the program over chan nel 8 cannot be seen in this area Brendas parents and severe other Sioux Centerians were invited by channel 8 officials to attend a special showing of tho film at the KRNT studio in DCS Moines at 8 pm Monday January 24 Those present from here were Mr and Mrs Ed Sneller Mr and Mrs John Sneller Mr and Mrs Scott Sneller M A TePaske Derrick TePaske Mr and Mrs Boss Vernon and Dr and Mrs Bernard Mouw Preceding the showing the Sioux Centerians were hosts to a number of Des Moines people at a dinner at the Ft Des Moines hotel Attending besides the local people and Brenda were Gordon Gammick DCS Moines Register columnist who was instrumental mmaking the film MrsGammick two members of the channel 8 staff 20 members of the advisory committee of the Broadlawns School of Nursing F W Pick worth of the Division of Hospital Service and Park Hinard execu tive director of the Iowa League of Municipalities Brenda was selected from a tv uc of many Damage is Slight he has a twoseated carriage which can be used in the 75th anniver sary parades here July 6 and 7 put the carriage has no top Mr iMouvv would like to find a set Classified ads only 4c per word of carriage top bows so that he in Sioux Center i can get them covered juuulrr general uiuumi pictures lor use ml in man of the citys 75th Anniversary 1 the 75th anniversary book that is ere was a considerable amount i celebration committee reports that be published soon These should damage but amazingly no per1 he has a twoseated carriage which be mailed or delivered to Peter B mJurv when a truck loaded onu ACHcaU 111C11L ments suitable for the entire famj classes to warrant scheduling for Principal Clemens announcl ior prizes in a fishingpond have ed their picture taken with a Polaj The tuition for each class will roia camera and many other j be There will be an add types of amusement There wiHjtional lab fee charged for be films for the younger members tho art class cnargea Usllngs lor calendar should be phoned to Bloux ccaler Nw iH at earliest poEsible ae Deadline for an pm Thursday January 27 Combined Appeal captains and solicitors meeting Kinsey school 7 pm Friday January 28 Polio clinic followup Kinsey school Fun Night Christian school pm College basketball Dordt takes part in fourteam tournament at Freeman S D school basketball Lellars Central at Sioux Center first game at pm Musical Community pm Trio Sioux Center School auditorium Monday January 31 school for church educators Carmcl Reformed church first class pm sec ond class pm College basketball Dordt vs John F Kennedy college at Wa hoo Neb Tuesday February College Faculty wives meeting Dordt college 8 pm Legion Auxiliary meeting Legion hall 8 pm Wednesday February 2 College basketball Dordt vs John F Kennedy college Com munity school auditorium 8 pm Sioux Center Jayeees meeting city hall basement pm To Observe 50th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Peter Verrips 102 3rd Ave SB will cele brate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house in the Fellowship Room of Central Reformed church Sunday February 4 between and 5 pm They have requested no gifts A short program will be given Peter Verrips and Nellie Bomgaars were married Febru ary 3 1916 at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Arie B Bomgaars in Middleburg They farmed near Middieburg for eight years before moving to Sioux Center where Mr Verrips worked with his brother JaTte in the blacksmith shop for two years He then worked for the Sioux Center Creamery for 33 years before retiring seven years ago Mr and MrsVerrips are the parents of two sons Gary at Minn and Arie Sioux Center cit clerk There are four grandchildren awn be mailed or delivered to Peter B Mouw at First National bank Pictures wanted are 1 Scenes of business district prior to 1900 2 Pictures of business build ings that originated in the Old Town such as a Henry Van Becks store b Heyermans Biacksnuth Shop and e Arie Boos Harness Shop Continued on back page Creamery Sustains Damage In Friday Night Fire Volunteer firemen were called out in zero weather Friday night to extinguish a blaze at the Sioux Center Creamery The fire originated in a NDPCO kerosene heater in the south end of the building Damage to wiring the roof a garage door and equip ment stored in the area amounted to about according to Dean Peterson creamery manager The blaze was extinguished within a halfhour after firemen arrived at the scene NEW FAMILY HERE Mr and Mrs Bonne Vander um jr and daughter of New Holland S D moved Saturday into the house which they pur chased from Arend Brock located just north of the Arend Broek residence Vander Tuin will be employed at the Kostcrs Repair and Manufacturing shop where he will also be in charge of the lawn mower business WEEKS WEATHER REPORT January 19 January 20 January 21 January 22 January 23 January 24 January 25 Max Min Precip 11 21 9 3 1 9 7 2 5 5 20 17 10 13 00 03 03 00 00 04 T Total precipitation 10 Truck Loaded With Sand Upends LVJ1C a t u M JUllUcti with sand went crashing through a bridging at the construction bite of the neiv Dordt dormitory last week The accident happened when a truck driven by Dennis Reisma backed over the bridging to dump a load of sand to be used in mak ing cement in the area between the wings of the dormitory which will be the entrance lobby De Stigter Bros general contractors had built a bridging over the basement area already completed constructed of 2 x 12 stringers covered by 2x8 beams and ply wood and braced every few feet below preparatory to covering it with poured concrete The bridging was strong enough for most cars and trucks but a truck weighing 21 tons loaded is a different matter and timbers and beams gave way dumping the whole thing into the basement The truck driver was not in jured and fortunately there were no members of the construction crew at that time in the basement which is used for a storage area A pile of cement blocks stored there was demolished Gilbert DeStigter estimated da mage to the construction site at about and Jerry Reisma owner of the truck said damage to the vehicle would amount to around S100 A dragline had to be brought from another DeStigter construc tion site at Hull to hoist the truck back onto solid ground Leadership Training School February 3 A leadership training school for Farm Bureau womens groups will be held in the Sioux Center city hall at pm Thursday Febru ary 3 The West Branch women will present a demonstration on Tricks With Cake Mixes GOODWILL TRUCK COMING The Goodwill truck will call in Sioux Center on Thursday Febru ary 10 Please have all donations at the George Siemen residence at 126 N Main Ave before Thursday evening Please do not bring fur mattresses V blinds RECEIVES PASTORIAL CALL Members of the Reformed church of Carmel were informed Sunday that their pastor Rev Gerald Hecmstra has received a call from the Faith Reformed church of Norwalfc Calif Rev Heemstra has been pastor of the Carmcl church since June   

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