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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaHit Man Itaf of $91909,000 Sioux county rates High As Market Placo modified Cor races draw big crowd the Jaycee sponsored modified car races at the new 3/8 mile Sioux Speedway i track in open space Here Drew a tremendous crowd on the evening of August 7 As Lone of the major entertainment events of the 1974 Sioux county youth fair pro Gram. A total of 47 cars entered the race Winner of the trophy dash was Darrell Wilson pictured Bottom photo receiving has trophy from 1974 youth fair Queen Audrey Rensink who later sealed the pre Isen Talon with a kiss. Modified car race winners Lof August 7 announced b feature de de Leeuw 1st Rick Jim Reese 3rd Vern Kiel 4th Ron Rosenboom 5th John Grot Luschen,6th. A feature Darwin Wubben 1st. Harv Nib Bellink 2nd Darlo Schaap 3rd Leon Mulder 4th Alan Schouten 5th Doc Zeutenhorst 66th. A feature Tony bran House 1st Wayne Steenhoven 2nd Howie Wiertsma 3rd Ike Smook 4th Terry Vogel 5th Darrell Wilson 6th. Northwestern football practice starts aug. 16 the Forth Well Ern College football Sauad at Orange City will launch season Pra Celce Friday August 16, coach Larry kor ver has announced. North Western s red raiders took the naia football championship last year. They will open their 1974 schedule september 2 at South Dakota state and ,., one of the largest crowds of the season 4 turned out Here the evening of August 7 # for the modified car races at the new3/8 mile Sioux Speedway track in open space Park here1 a total of 47 cars from a Broad area 1 took part in the races and provided the spectators with some comparatively fast inaction plus some unusual excitement. V entitled agriculture in South America " which will feature the Hie Story of the Backland people of South America. People never before filmed the unusual Jungle Panorama indians in their Natye Home life unusual crops and amazing his tory with a Story that will leave a lasting message. Or. Tales has travelled in More than 35 different countries in the last ten years to film and record the stories of primitive people. He is presently vice president and cashier of the Mapleton Trust and savings Bank and a member of its Board of directors. He is also a member of the Board of directors of the West Central Iowa workshop in Delson. Association president Herman Kruse of Inwood will preside at the business meet ing. Other directors Are Bernard ver Meer Orange City Kenneth Schnepf al Vord Volney Rolston Sheldon and Gay lord Kruger Sib Ley. Strength. It enabled most retail merchant to top their 1972 records. Their sales total for the year came to More than $81,715,000, bettering the previous figure of $75,472,000. Solely from the standpoint of Popula Tion this was More than should have been looked for. On thai basis local retail stores should have accounted for no More than .0140 percent of the National total since that is the proportion of the coun try s population living in the area. Actually however it went above that proportion and produced .0159 percent of the National volume. Although individual incomes in the local area and elsewhere did not Rise As fast obituary \ As prices did. In Many instances the Over All income of the average family did out climb the Price rises government figures show. The answer lies in the great increase in the number of families receiving More than one paycheck As More and More women take jobs outside the Home. The so Survey shows that Sioux county residents had net earnings after pay ment of personal taxes of $89,908,000, compared with the prior year s $86,684,000. equivalent to a median in Corre of $8,422 per household with half of the families getting More than this and half getting less. Just How one Community compares with another in terms of buying Power and business al Gallity is revealed through an Index of sales activity. Sioux county s Index is Given As 114, placing it 14 percent above the average nationally. Thursday August 15, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 9 Hili stood nose re Silti in do Atli of Shol Doi Moi Gregory j. Walker. 23, of Sheldon died Early sunday when nil ear crashed on u s Highway 18 East of Sheldon while it was being chased by a Sheldon police car for speeding. The car went out of control about 2 40 a. M. And skidded and hit a couple of Trees. The Impact almost split the Pontiac car in half. Walker died a few hours later at the Sheldon Hospital. He was employed by the Occo feed co. Of Sheldon and previously had worked As a Barber at Sam s Barbershop in Sheldon. He had been married Early this summer. Or. And mrs. Case Langstraat spent the week end with the Colht Langstraat family in Cedar Falls. Neal Vander Lugt funeral services were held at the Chris Tian reformed Church in Hawarden at 1 30 . August 9 for Neal Vander Lugt 72, of Hawarden who died August 7 at the Hawarden Hospital. Services were conducted by the Rev. Arthur Stienstra and burial was in Grace Hill cemetery at Hawarden. Or. Vander Lugt was born november 19, 1901, in the Netherlands and moved to the u. S. In 1913. He married Anna Obbink february 4, 1926, at Hawarden. The Vander lugs Farmed in the Haar den area until or. Vander Lugt retired in 1970 and moved into Hawarden. Survivors include the widow a brother Dick of Hawarden and three Sisters mrs. Walter Dorothy Siler of Colton s. Mrs. Nellie Vander Lugt of grand rapids mich., and mrs. Elizabeth Daale of Haar den. Or. And mrs. Marlon was Suhk assisted their daughter Mary and husband or. And mrs. Art Vellenga of Alton in moving to Beech Grove a suburb of Indianapolis ind., this past week end. Or. And mrs. Vellenga will tie Counselor in a boys Home there War King under the youth for . The Home houses 16 boys. They will be assisted by another couple. Or. And mrs. Verlyn Schaap who have been attending the . In Mexico spent the week end Here with her parents or. And mrs. George Belerma Enro Ute Home to grand rapids mich., where he attends . His parents or. And mrs. John Schaap from Worthington minn., came thursday evening to visit them Here and help the couple celebrate their 2nd wed Ding anniversary. Mrs. Darrel de Boer and daughter Pamela from Brookings s. D., spent last week Here in the parental mrs. James de Boer and Lawrence Sleeker or. And mrs. De r. Vermeer returned sunday from North Platte nebr., where they spent several Days with or. And mrs. Dick Vermeer while pick was hospitalized following major surgery. Enro Ute Home they spent the week end with their daughter her husband or. And mrs. Robert Zeeley in Denver Colo. Mrs. Dallas Rohlf and daughters who accompanied them on the trip returned Home to Humboldt monday. Allen Fryer Allen Fryer receives life sentence tuesday Allen Fryer 31, one of three Sioux Falls Brothers charged with four counts of f i is t degree murder in the november 17, 1973 slayings of four Sioux Falls you the in Mitchle Manitou state Park in the Northeast Corner of Lyon county was sentence tuesday to life in prison. District judge James p. Kelley gave Fryer the mandatory life sentence on Eracli of four counts of f first degree Mur Dei with the sentences to run concurrent in. Parole is obtainable Only if the sentence is later commuted to a definite num ber of years. Fryer was taken to the it. Madison Penitentiary wednesday. Will appoint District judge following a recent meeting of the judicial District 3-b nominating commis Sion it was announced by District judge Lawrence Vav. Mccormick chairman that the District judgeship vacancy existing in this judicial District will be filled by the1 nominating commission submitting the -. Names of two individuals to governor 8 Robert d. Ray on or before september \ 17, 1974. The deadline for accepting Nomona. Tons was fixed by the commission As mid night August 26, 1974. Applications should be filed with judge Mccormick at Roon 201, courthouse. Sioux City Iowa and copies of the a. Plication and resume should be mailed to each of the members of the commission. The commission voted to afford each applicant an Opportunity to appear before the entire commission at the selection meeting which will be held on August 29, 1974, in the Woodbury county court House. Applicants shall be members of the bar of Iowa shall be residents of the state or District of the court to which they Are nominated and shall be of such age that they will be Able to serve an initial and one regular term of off ice to which they Are nominated before reaching the age of seventy two years. Spanish nationals will perform at Iowa Stato fair this year there la be plenty of entertainment at the discoverers Iowa state fair August 16-25, underneath As Well As in front of the grandstand. Part of the area under will be converted into a Little Espana with approximately 20 Spanish nationals All with special talents to add flav or and total feeling of a Caseta a fair within a fair. The Spanish Plaza will be decorated with Brick floors wrought Iron fountains Grill work Spanish tile hanging plants Anc lots of colourful draping a. Along the West Wall of the Plaza is a big colourful stage for the festive energetic Spanish entertainment. The list of performers includes Manolita Cano and her flamenco troupe dancers singers and guitarists All perform ing the traditional dances of Spain. One of the Star performers of the Plaza will be Rafael de Antequera the most Complete guitarist in the world who plays dually Well with the guitar be Hind his Back As in front. One of the top chefs in Spain Juan Llaves will be giving cooking demonstrations in the Plaza concentrating on the preparation of fish baked in Rock Salt and the making of the Spanish National dish Paella. He will also demonstrate How to make sangria wine. A Spanish sidewalk cafe will be situated outside the grandstand behind the grand concourse stage. Sangria and Paella will be served while the patrons rest their feet at one of the Many Small tables shaded by colourful umbrellas. There will be an artist in residence Juan Cuenca whose paintings will be displayed along the out Side Wall of the grandstand. He will also. Have with him representative paintings from 5 or 6 Spanish artists. Mrs. Gerrit h. Vanroekel is confined to her Home because of a blood clot in her leg. Rev. And mrs. C. G. Ter Maat spent thursday in the Ray Kallemeyn Home in Sioux Falls where a family gathering was held for the birthday of John Kallev Eye from san Diego Calif. Or. And mrs. Harold Ageson from Les ter visited her parents or. And mrs. John Oliver sunday. Rich Kosters is visiting relatives in Corsica s. a few weeks. Or. And mrs. Berle Mouw and child ren from des Molnes spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. De Sneller Emma Doornink plans to leave the Middle of this week to return Home to Cedar Falls following a visit with her Sis ter mrs. Sam punt. Inga s shoes yoked up m Eil to $33 now 14 group of Short slew dross shirts great selection of Denim joans & do aim jackets All athletic socks 10 7. Off table of casual joans 79 Price tart tops 207. Off belts la 107. Off . 3 retail sport shirts 3 open the Dey we we a end Thunder until 1 30 a. One Frey Niehus unto 9 00 pm. I men s clothing and shoes pm. 722-4471 Sioux Cut a

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