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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Sioux Center, Iowa Youth fair Here draws Good crowds attendance at the Sioux county youth fair has been heavy the past two report fair and the fair is expected to continue to draw Good crowds through August and for the big 4h and Fra livestock auction scheduled for August three important events on the August schedule besides the hundreds of outstanding 4h and Fra livestock and Home dec Are a childrens film scheduled for a second cooking demonstration by Kelly Home economist representing the Iowa beef Industry scheduled for and the Stock car racing program at Sioux scheduled for 8 and sponsored by the Sioux Center last event on the 4day fair schedule is a teen dance scheduled for 9 thursday at the featuring music by the 1975 youth fair Queen was crowned at the variety show program held at the Fairgrounds tuesday evening after this Issue of the Sioux Center news was off the the Queen was selected from 18 candidates by popular vote cast at the Fairgrounds monday and tuesday As Well As by the name of the was not known at the time this Issue was the variety show tuesday evening featured Wes Comedi an and sound effects specialist of the Lake View Tele a family gospel and the a unique Harmonica quintet composed of a father and his four beef judging gets under Way at 8 a 4h dog show is Sci Edued for 4 hundreds of Home dec exhibits by 4h girls of the county were judged on monday and advanced cattle and Dairy cattle were judged monday and Swine was judged along with crops and Gar Den sheep were judged tuesday the 4h horse show was held at tuesday and a greased pig contest was held at 5 1975 Sioux county youth fair schedule August 6 film demonstration featuring Kelly car races at Sioux Speedway under sponsorship of Sioux Cento August 7 release of livestock exhibits by 8 and release of other exhibits by 10 9joo weighing projects to be sold advanced cattle feeders in older and Fra livestock dance stack there will be a Swine carcass show at John Morell Plant in Sioux Falls Al 8 August and a beef carcass show there on August family film 7 at local Library another in the Library sponsored family films will be shown in the basement of the Sioux Center pub Lic Library August at admission Price is film showing time is 90 the in deals with a Young boys experiences in a including Bare Back performance with the circus Sioux Iowa Bicentennial Community volume 82 number 32 August 1975 Dort director of student program placement named Doss revue held monday Shawn in Western qualifies for state fair approximately attend Woodland open House Here Shawn Duistermars of Orange City chose to make a Western outfit As her 4h clothing project for she selected a Bright yellow dolled up the shirt with a bit of fancy Black added a pretty Western some Cowboy boots and a Western Straw Sombrero and she was about As fancy As a Western Gal can continued on Back Page one contest for school Board election 9 two school Board members Are to be elected for 3year terms at the annual Sioux Center Community school District election scheduled for september and there will be a contest for the District ii position on the Vande Garde is seeking reelection in District ii and he will be opposed by Lois who filed last the deadline for 4 filing was 5 John Sjaarda is up for reelection in District he is without oppose Holdover members of the Board Are Al president Siebert Van and Howard All residents of the school District 18 years of age and up who have citizens tour to fair 15 a senior citizens bus tour to the Iowa state fair August will be arranged if enough interest is Elmer Vermeer stated this the bus would leave Sioux Cen a Ter at 6 on August 15 and re turn in the doughnuts would be furnished on the those attending would be responsible for their own bus fare would be admission to the fair grounds is there will be free admission to the grand stand where the attraction will be harness there will also be free soft for senior citizens and free train rides around the fair those interested in making the pm trip should Call Elmer 722 or the City by August 11 Sioux county farms designated Century farms eleven Sioux county farms Are among in Iowa that have qualified for centry farm designation and recognition during the Bicentennial the Sioux county farms Are 1 Mabel Brewster and Virginia route 2 Koen Raad and Julius Delongi route Orange 3 Norbert continued on Back Page registered by August 31 Are eligible to vote on the two positions septem Ber an estimated or More per sons attended the open House at the new downtown Woodland super mar Ket Here last wednesday the night before the owned by Russell Vande Brake and managed by Lee officially opened to a ribbon cutting ceremony was held in the store at 8 on wednes Day evening to Mark the beginning of the new business mayor Mouw and chamber of Commerce president Harlan Butch Cleveringa Cut the ribbon As the owner and manager stood close other City and chamber of Commerce officials witnessed the As did Many other area free ice Cream Cones and other treats were served by the store management both mayor Mouw and the Cham Ber of Commerce Butch extended on behalf of the citizens of Sioux Center and the business and professional people of the Community a warm Welcome and a thank you to the owner and Mana Ger for closing Sioux Center As the location of their new business enter and wished them every both expressed pleasure Over the appearance of the store and com mended the management on us Large and varied Stock of groceries and downtown Woodland will be open from 8 to 9 monday through saturday of each John Calkhoven is the manager of the meat department which is under lease to Bob and Floyd Van owners and operators of Sioux land processing and John Verwolf of has accepted the director of student program and placement position at Dort Sioux for the past 10 years Verwolf has the administrator at Watson Groen Christian school in he previously taught at Fremont Christian schools after graduating from Calvin grand Verwolf later worked As a pharmaceutical representative for the Robins company in he received his masters degree in secondary administration from Seattle Pacific College in presently he is chairman of the Washington state nonpublic Educa Tion advisory president of Northwest Christian and member of the advisory com Mittee of association of Christian school he and his wife Adeline Are the parents of four and the Verwolf plan to move to Sioux Center in Early John Verwolf Bedell to meet Here August 19 with Sioux county farm advisory group congressman Berkley Bedell will hold a special series of listening Tours in Northwest Iowa communities during the August congressional included in the Tours will be two stops in Sioux county on tuesday August the Public is invited to meet with Bedell at the Hawarden City Hall from to noon and at the Rock Valley Public safety build ing from to while in Sioux Bedell Wil also attend a meeting of this Sioux county farm advisory committee at the Auto Dine in Sioux Center from to August the listening tour will visit 55 localities Over a period of three weeks at each Stop Bedell will meet with any individuals who want to express their viewpoint on matters handled by Congress or the Federal govern continued on Back Page inches of rain improves crop Outlook in area the gloomy talk in the Sioux Cen Ter area about a setback in the Corn crop Outlook due to drought has two inches plus of rain that drenched the immediate area on Fri Day changed the whole picture in a matter of a few pictures printed taken within a Short distance of Sioux Cen Ter saturday show that the crops both Corn and soybeans look generally As a matter of All the Fields visited by a Sioux Center news photographer seemed to be in top it would be difficult to imag Ine How they could look better than they there had prior to the some setback on High ground and in some of the More Sandy areas a few Miles West of Sioux but generally the crops Are described by Farmers now As fairly close to Sioux Center happened to be in the area that was blessed by Gener Ous Quality of As was most of the Northwest Section of the there was considerably less rain recorded South of Maurice and in the Southeast part of the even what rain that did and slightly cooler temperatures that improved the crop Outlook this years Oats harvested was one of the Best in Sioux county yields ranged up to 100 bushels per acre and that is considerably above the late Spring Rains came along in time to finish the Oats under Peak the first two cuttings of Alfalfa in the county were also very the third cutting still to come has been stunted some by the below Normal moisture of but fridays Rains improved the Outlook for Alfalfa weather report Date 729 730 731 81 82 83 84 High 95 93 90 89 81 r8 86 Low 68 64 70 66 60 of 63 pre Corx 0 0 0 0 total precipitation All Ifield to Miles ast of Sioux Center Nad a deep Green o Salme Ean developing the Day after its in Friday o Vicinity in the to speak in Florida de Jong left tuesday for where he is filling engagement at a theological Institute of the Southern presbyterian being held there he is also to appear As guest speaker at a navigators con being held their for military receives ministerial Call members of the Carmel Refo uned Chuich were informed sunday that their Brook has received a Call from the Newhall reformed Church of he has been pastor Carmel Church for the past eight a Sioux cent i news photographer snapped these two pictures of soybeans in the first two Fields he happened to drive by saturday afternoon while out surveying the Northeast of the Beautiful is about the most approx plate word he could apply accurately to either Beautiful

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