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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa
Thursday. August 22, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 3 Sioux Center stores starting aug. 29 open to 9 . On thursdays instead of fridays giving away 1500 each thursday i potential $500 winners everyone living in one of the following 15 area communities listed in their phone director Sioux Center. Maurice. Rock Valley. Hawarden. Boyden. Struble. Craig. Fairview s. D. Hull /. Orange City Ireton. Hospers. Doon. Inwood. Hudson s. D. No registration necessary be sure to be in Sioux Center 3 weekly $500 drawings you must be present to win i Iii sikumlk1mzm/r till thursday aug. 29 9 . To 9 , will announce 3 names that Are drawn each week at 8 30 . In All participating Sioux Center stores there will be a two minute claiming period allowed ridiculous prices on thousands of items will dedicate fireball four japanese students spend month in area local briefs Here sept. 26 Sioux Center s attractive new Brick. 4-, stall for shall located in the Southwest Cor Ner of Central Park facing n. Main ave nue u. S. Highway 75 will be formally dedicated at a program scheduled for b . Thursday september 26, City Man Ager Darrel Rensink has announced. Work on the building is nearly finished de Stigter Brothers of Sioux Center Are the general contractor. Other fire departments of the area have been invited to bring some of their equipment particularly that qualifying As antique to Sioux Center for a Par Ade up main Avenue at 6 30 . On dedication Day that will include local f equipment. The evening program according to ten Talve plans will include a Flag raising ceremony the presentation of a Brief history of the local fire department the introduction of local firemen and former members of the department who Are pre sent a few remarks by mayor we. L. Mouw arid Brief speeches by representatives of the state fire Marshall s office in des Moines. Homes. Yoshilo Iguchi is with the Marvin swets family and Shichiro Okawara with Rich do bets. One teacher who accompanied them. Or. Mori has spent the month in the seen. Minn., area he will return to Japan with them. Yoko Kab Yaj woman teacher from Meiji Akuin High school in Tokyo that All the boys attend will remain to study at Northwestern College Orange City for the next year. Approximately 25 boys Are now in the United states under this program. 15 Are in Northwest Iowa and Southern Minne Sota. The rest Are in California and Michigan. Ron Korver reformed Church missionary in Japan is coordinator of the program. Lori Stephens daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Brook Stephens of Carmel wires her Mouth shut mrs. Bob Glenda Finch of Doon says her attempt to lose weight by wiring her Mouth shut is working but that the Effort is requiring real fortitude and patience. As of last week she was losing pounds at the rate of approximately 1 per Day a total of 20.5 during the first three weeks and Hopes eventually to move from her original 300 pounds Down to a trim for her 170 pounds. four 16 and 17 year old boys from Tokyo Japan have spent the past month in this area under the doors for inter National understanding program. Accompanied by two teachers they arrived july 23 and will leave saturday aug. 24. Rukis Matsuzawa and hero yuck oct Imoto have stayed in the Rev. Brooks Stephens and Richard h. Van Voorst spent five weeks in june and july in Japan under the counterpart of this Exchange. The boys have lived As members of the Host families attended the local fair and have been exposed general idea of what life in the Rural mid West is like. Most of the group had no Rural experience. Few had Ever seen a cow. Or. And mrs. Arnold Vermeer and daughter mrs. Evan de Boer and Barbara from Rock rapids returned wednesday evening of last week following a week s visit with the Rev. Paul Colenbrander family in Holland Mich. They attended the wedding of Paula to Colenbrander and Hugh Wassink there on tuesday August 13. Mrs. Elsie Koolbeck left monday to return Home to Garner following a week end visit with her sister mrs. De de Vos and other relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Arlyn Plaggerman and three children from Lynden wash., Are visiting the Dalten droog family. Schedule senior bus new to moors Moio Gor Here new manager of the Sioux Center Bomgaars store on n. Main Avenue Here effective August 21 is Elmer Bud Baumgart 32, formerly of Kearney Nebr. Who re places Don Shultz. Shultz formerly of Sioux City and manager Here since the opening of the local store is returning to Sioux City. Or. Baumgart and wife Shirley have purchased a remodeler Home located at 643 4th Avenue n. A and moved in tuesday. They have three children Bill 12 Greg. 7 Shelley 3. Or. Baumgart managed a tsp store at Kearney the past two years and hat been with that company for six years. He formerly lived at Columbus Nebr., and red Field s. D. Conaty heard approves Groat off $3600 for 7 Pahlick Coa Maity libraries in the interest of providing extra Library services to the patrons of seven Community Public libraries in Sioux county the Sioux county Board of supervisors approved at their meeting tues Day the distribution of $36,000 to the libraries. The Money will be allocated on a per capita basis As follows Sioux Center $3,450 Orange City $3,572 Rock Valle $2,205 Hull $1.523 Hawarden $2.789 Alton $1,018 Boyden $670. The supervisors did not specify How the Money is to be spent other than to suggest that it be a supplement to the libraries Normal budgets so that extra benefits May be each Library has been asked to report to the supervisors How thay use the Mon Leifili Utah emm do Herder Eert Lidiett i Crest Lewi Twe Arldt Bonnie Lubach daughter of or. And mrs. Howard Lubach and Elaine den her Der daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth den Herder were among 2,000 who Par another City sponsored bus trip Tor senior citizens of Sioux Center is scheduled for thursday september 26, Elmer h. Vermeer tour director has announced the group will go Corn Palace in Mitchell s.d., and will take in the Roy Rogers Dale Evans and Blackwood sing ers show there at 2 . That afternoon. Reservations have been made at the Corn Palace for 80 persons and booking will be on a first come first served basis or. Vermeer announced. All persons 62 years of age and up Are eligible to make reservations either at the Homestead or City office. The bus will leave from new Home Stead at 930 . And return Home some time that evening. The charge will be $4.00 per person for bus fare and $4 per person for the show which must be paid in Advance. More information concerning the trip will be Given at a later Date. Tic plated in the second annual great ride across Iowa sponsored by the des Moines Register which took place August 4 through August 10. The trip started at Council Bluffs and finished at Dubuque. The group averaged about 50 to 60 Miles per Day stopping at Camp Sites at night. The first Stop was made at Atlantic second night at Guthrie Center third Camp site was at des Moines and fourth at Marshalltown. Elaine and Bonnie went As far As Waterloo. Anyone in the United states was al Lowed to participate. They were to take their own camping equipment along and food was furnished by al wants clubs and Jaycees along the Way with a nominal fee. Dekoster Ottmus committs Atlig des Mimi senator Lucas j. De Koster was in des Moines on monday of this week attending a meeting of the legislative committee on penal and correctional systems. The committee was commissioned by the Iowa legislature to make a study of the problems of the courts and Correct ions system As particularly applied to juvenile cases. The principal problems Are two fold. First is the problem of the dependent or neglected child who is in need of the Protection of the state because he or she is neglected by parents who either won t or can t support protect or control the child. These children need support ser vices and help and they now go through a court systems similar to the Uvelle Law violator. The second problem is created by the United states supreme court opinion which says the juvenile offender is entitled to the same rights As an adult offender including the right to an attorney a formal hearing Etc. Senator de Koster was appointed to the committee by it. Governor Neu be cause of his service on the Senate Judici Ary committee and his interest in and sensitivity for Young people. Senator de Koster stated that it is his Hope that the committee will be Able to present a Bill or Bills to the next Legisla Ture which will protect and assist the de pendent and neglected child and which will provide adequate correctional Safe guards both for society and for the juvenile offender who violates the Law. Sioux Center Community schools first Day of school tuesday August 27 a full Day of school Kinsey elementary school Howard Lubach. Principal school hours 8 30 . Until 3 20 . 1 Towel and swimming fee payable August 27 $10.00 for grades 3 thru 6. Locker fee payable August 27 256 for grades 5 and 6. Insurance payable after forms Are sent Home. School time coverage Only $3.00. 24 hour coverage-$15.00. Hot lunch costs payable August 27. 40ifcper meal if purchased in 20 meal ticket for $8.00. 45� per meal if paid for 1 meal at a time. Band instrument rental fee if school Horn is rented payable August 27 $10.00. Junior High school. Puttmann principal school hours 8 30 . I til 3 30 . Towel and so rimming fee payable August 27 $10.00 insurance payable after forms Are sent Home. School time coverage $3.00. 24 hour coverage $16.00. Band instrument rental fee if school Horn is rented payable August 27 $10.00. $3.00. L it band uniform rental fee payable August 27 athletic insurance payable at Start of first season of participation. All athletics including football $2.00. All athletics except football $1.00. High school. Herman Clemens. Princic school hours 8 30 . Until 3 30 p Towel and swimming fee payable August 27 $10.00. Insurance payable after forms Are sent Home. School time coverage $3,00. 24 hour coverage $16.00. Band instrument rental fee if school Horn is rented payable August 27 $10.00. Band uniform rental fee payable August 27. Freshmen $5.00. All others $7.60 majorettes $2.60 athletic insurance payable at the Start of first season of participation. All athletics including football $12.00. All athletics except football $3.00
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