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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1966, Sioux Center, Iowa Easter Concert Here 4 PM Sunday f I AI H S Mixed Boys and Girls Glee Clubs to Sing The Sioux Center Community High School 70voice mixed chorus the girls glee club and boys glee club will present an Easter concert of sacred music at the Central Reformed church here at 4 pm Sunday April 3 under the direction of Tom Rosenberger The public is invited The Mixed Chorus will sing six songs Father We Praise Thee by Pyle Christ Jesus Rode to Jerusalem by Hutson Lamb of God by Christiansen Easter Morn by Plank My Soul Doth Rest in Thee by Saturn and 0 Clap Your Hands by Van In derstine The boys glee club will sing three numbers O Satisfy Us Early With Thy Mercy by Nor den They That Know Tliy Name by Glarum and a Negro spiritual entitled My Lord What I a Morning by Gilliam 1 oluuX The girls glee club will sing Alleluia and Fanfare fay Knigh ton Sing Praises by GJarum These groups will be among those performing at the grade school musical program at pm April 1 at the com munity school auditorium Upper left Minstrel show group left to right Ned Popo vich Craig Bauer Tom Moeller Derrick Koele Chuck twin Brian Newel interlocutor Upper right Closeharmony quartet Les Wynia Lyle Feature Vocal Groups Band Dancers Vermeer Alvis Koedam and Leo Vander Broek Lower left Folk dance group of 4th and 5th graders Doug DeGooyer Brad Brommer Ronnie Klein Loren Brantsen Sandra DeBondt Jean Oelrich Mary Jo Sneller and Kim Boone Lower right Square skip unit Jon Oliver Lisa Vermeer Stores Open to PM Saturdays Beginning Saturday April 2 most Sioux Center stores will be open to 9 pm on Sa turdays throughout the spring summer and fall months the retail merchants committee of tlie Civic club announced this week Many of the stores have been closed on Saturday eve nings since Christmas and All in the April Evening by Robertson Accompanists will be Barb Mouw who will also play the prelude Janet Van Roekel Margo Sneller Norma Boelofs and Sha ron Dibbet Sharon will play the postludc PROGRAM FOR SHUTINS A program for Shutins will be presented on the First Reformed juu Liisa vcrrnscr T Bruce Lubach Anita Plantage Gerrit Van Beek Charlotte I radio at Pm Friday GodseyVeol DeGooyer and DoreenPopovich Charlotte Harry Brower will bring the Central College Choir Will Appear In City April 7 The Central College A Cappellal ill present a concert at the Center community school auditorium at pm Thursday April 7 The public is invited Director of the group is Larry Grade Is Set Musical for A musical program entitled Americas Singing Heritage will be presented by 4th 5th and 6th grade students of the Sioux Cen ter Community school at the school auditorium at pm Fri day April 1 under the direction of Everly Popovich Songs from several periods in Americas history will be sung There will also be folfc dances and a shortminstrel show Band to Appear Also appearing on the program will be the Fifth and Sixth grade band directed by Larry Versteeg Band numbers will include On the Hike by Buchtel Sunset Waltz by Buchtel Bells of Spring by Erickson Streets of Loredo by Ployhar Krazy Klocks by Ployhar The Gay 90s by PoJyhar and The Crusa ders by Erickson The vocaldance part of the pro gram will be divided into four 1 An Inde pendent Nation 2 Expanding Frontiers 3 Songs of Settlers and Workers and 4 Rise of Musical Entertainment Will Do Virginia Reel To start the program 5th grad ers will sing Its a Great Country Over Here Mr Draayers class will do the Virginia Reel and Mrs Plantages class will dance In and Out the Window Fifth and Sixth grade girls will sing Listen to the Lambs Ken Program Friday tucky Babe Steal Away and Trampin Fourth graders depicting pio neers will sing Promised Land Cindy Buffalo Gals Erie Canal and Down the Ohio Mrs Newels class will present a folk dance Sixth graders will sing When I Went Out to Prospect 0 Su sanna and Sweet Betsy from Pike Special groups will sing Jam on Gerrys Rocks Paddy Works on the Railroad Clementine and Red River Valley Featured on the ministrel show to be presented by 5thand 6th Continued on back page J E Vermeer Passes Away Here Sunday Plan Volunteer Day Saturday April 2 Sioux Center Community High School FHA girls are sponsoring a Volunteer Day Saturday April 2 to mark the observance of national FHA week March 27April 2 Between 9 am and 12 noon and 1 pm and 4 pm the girls will be available for per forming odd jobs free ofi charge for those needing Funeral Services Held Wednesday Funeral services were held at First Reformed churcli here at am Wednesday March 30 for Jake E Vermeer 85 long time resident of Sioux Center and I native Sioux Countian who passed away at the Sioux Center Community hospital Sunday eve ning Services were conducted by the Rev Harry Brower and burial was made in the Sioux Center Com munity cemetery under the direc tion of Vadner Ploegs Funeral home A brief service attended ly immediate members of the eli at the Vander The chairman for Plpeg Funeral chapel immediately Fund drive in Plato to church 8 the SCrViCe 3t theHenrySandbulte and not Howard Continued on back page the NWS asl Summon 60 For Petit Jury Duty Sixty Sioux Countians including 13 of Sioux Center have been summoned for possible Petit Jury at the April term of district court which opens at the courthouse in Orange City at 10 am Monday April 11 The list will be performed Those wishing to secure FHA help Saturday are ad vised to phone 22943 rs Darlene ken Casey De Groot Charles Ir win Harold Kuiken Irene Ran schau Mrs Shirley De Ruytcr Sam T Schutt Carl Ver Stceg Wm Sybesma Orange City Hermina Brant sen Viola De Geest Len J Gross man Etta De Jong Ward Kepp Mrs Lois Serisink Edna Roggen Leon Roggen Jr Adrian Schale kamp Willard Van Steemvyk Continued on back page DeGrooters The choir will present a con cert at the American Reformed church in Hull at pm April 7 An informal concert featuring only a part of the regular pro gram will be presented at the First Reformed church here after the Central College Alumni din ner there on Wednesday April G The dinner is scheduled for 7 pm and the program is expected to begin about pm The pub lic may attend Faithful Brothers of Brush Among the hundreds of SiouxCenter men who are now supporting beards mustaches goatees sideburns and just plain fuzz in the interest of attracting attention to the citys Dia mond Jubilee observance July 6 and 7 are Francis Kosters at left manager of Kosters Dept Store and Ted Kaemingk farm er at east of Sioux Center Friday Is Deadline for Farm Program Sign Up Growers were reminded this i week that Friday April 1 is the last day for filing applications to take part in the 1966 feed grain program John B Draayer chairman of the Sioux County Agricultural I Stabilization and Conservation County committee points out that only growers who participate in the program will be eligible for price support on their 19C6 crops of corn barley and grain sor ghums As last year the support is Continued on back page wnx VOLUME 73 NUMBER 13 SIOUX CENTER IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 31 Ver Mulms Buy Roghair Salvage Will Build Drivein On the Property Mr and Mrs Pete Ver Mulm1 owners and operators of the Auto Dine DriveIn on North Main Ave nue Tuesday purchased the E J Roghairs Salvage yard located across the highway from the DriveIn They will take possession of the property May 1 and will construct a new and larger drivein on the 178 x 366 ft property this year The frontpart of the lot is to be cleared by May 1 and the back part by September 1 according to an agreement reached by the parties involved Mr Ver Mulm said he will oper ate the present drivein this sea son and will move to the new lo cation as soon as facilities are completed The Ver Mulms plan to disman tle the present structure after the move or will sell it for re moval New Sioux Center Home This is the new 4bsdroom home of the Arlin Sandbulte family located at 119 13th Street Southeast in the Den HerderMulder ad JS DOW Uving in toe lower quarts of the home while construction work continues It has a 24 x 14 ft living room three bedrooms on the upper floor and one on the lower full basement allelectric heat double attached garage and brick trim along the front The home faces north 2 WEEKS March 16 March 17 March 18 March 19 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 28 March 29 WEATHER REPORT Mex Mm Precip 77 31 00 70 50 00 50 14 00 30 32 30 32 12 53 60 59 52 32 29 45 42 40 55 58 1 18 35 20 24 Total precipitation 00 00 00 15 83 00 00 00 00 00 00 98 Commission Studies Presentations Made By City Consultant Mits Kawamoto and Associates who have been engaged by tha city to conduct a detailed study of the citys needs and map out a longrange planning program haverecently presented prelimin ary reports Public Utilities 2 Industrial Development and 3 rCorisiderations for a Subdivision Regulation to members of the Planning and Zoning commission for their perusal and approval The Commission also has been given preliminary reports on 1 Central Business District Plan 2 MajorStreet Plan and 3 Zoning Ordinance Text The Planning Consultant points out a need for industrial develop ment in Sioux Center if the city is to be able to provide employment for its young people as they reach employment age and avoid an out I migration which could curtail I growth One paragraph of the Planning Consultant on Industrial Develop ment reads Northwest Iowa could not provide adequate em ployment opportunities for the in creasing population With agricul tural trends indicating fewer and larger farms more advanced me chanization better farm manage ment and greater productivity other employment opportunities must be provided for the produc tive population Without industria lization the present outmigration of people will continue Continued on back page TAKE IN COINS Approximately in coins was stolen from change boxes at the Sioux Center Laundromat sometime between closing time on Saturday and Monday morning reports August Jonker manager The com boxes were not damaged indicating that the locks were I either picked or that a key was used The boxes were found re locked City Planning Reports FridayApril T School Musical school auditorium pm Sunday April 3 Harmony Workers Easter ra dio program Dial 7 1 pm Easter Concert Central Re tormed church 4 pm Monday April 4 Controlled Reading class pub lic library ux County Hog Carcass fol Sioux Center municipal 8 Pm Tuesday April 5 Auxiliary meeting Le gion Hall 8 B Wednesday April 6 High school track meet at Le Mars 4 pm Central College Alumni meet ing Sioux Center First Reformed church 7 pm Give More Facts About Housing Unit The Sioux Center fiveman Housing Authority an swers more questions regarding the proposed 60unit Lowrent Housing project in Sioux Center in an ad appearing on page 2 in this issue of The News The Housing proposal is to be voted upon at a special election scheduled for Tuesday April 12 Approval must come from a majority of the voters of the city before the Housing Authority can enter into an agreement with and Continued on back page Three Men File For District 7 Director Post Three men two of Huii SUd one of George have filed as candidates for the position of di rector of District 7 of the Area Vocational School at Sheldon They Douwle J Vander Schaaf Hull John Hull Jay Sudenga George District No 7 is comprised of Sioux Center Community School district BoydenHull Community school district and George Com munity school district Friday April I is the deadline for filing nominating petitions Nomination papers must bo signed by not less than 50 electors of the respective districts AH seven districts established by the area school will elect directors on Wednesday April 20 Followup Meeting Here April 4 on Hog Carcass Show A followup meeting of the Sioux County Hog Carcass show originally scheduled for March 22 but postponed be cause of the snow storm has been rescheduled for 8 pm Monday April 4 at the Sioux Center municipal building Everyone interested in pork production is invited to at tend Frank Lingo of John Mor rell and Company Sioux FaUs will discuss the Carcas ses which 36 Sioux County farmers entered in the March 7 show here and slides of the live entries and the carcasses will be shown Lunch will be served Three Directors Are Elected by Golf Assn Expect to Open Course MidApril Three new directors were elect ed to the board of directors of the Sandy Hollow Golf Association for threeyear terms at the associa tions annual business meeting at the municipal building March 23 Theytpre Frank Van Beefc Darrell Rensink and Stanley Boertjes They replace Gerald Bosch SteveSiebersma and Kenneth De Vos Holdover members of the board are Dan DeRuyter president El mer Vermeer secretary Paul Bauer Arnie Vermeer R W Rowboom and Wilbur Huisman Officers of the association for the ensuing year were to be named at a reorganization meet ing of the board this week It was announced at the meet ing that the course will open for the season as soon as cleanup work can be completed possibly by April 10 A lot of debris that has accummulated on the course during thefall and winter months will have to be raked up and burned An increase in membership dues was approved by the shareholders foe the new year This was prompted by the fact that the as sociation incurred a loss the past year of approximately Continued on Back Page Wins SuperiorPlus Rating nth Rifabem 13 son of Drand Mrs Douglas Ribbens 8th gfrade student at the Sioux Center Christian school received a Superiorplus rating at the recent junior high school instru mental music contest m LeMars for his rendition on the bass UmbCr an1 Arms from tte oratorio H PtfiT Sioux Centcr Christian school students who partici pated in the contest were Paulette Broek frute Becky Moat man flute Cindy Veltkamp clarinet Eloise Zevenbergen clari girls from tne Each contestant played a memorized solo in front of a
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