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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Sioux Iowa january 1974 volume 81 number 1 Sioux centers new mayor takes the reins predict Dort enrolment of 733 in 11 years a study recently completed for the higher education facilities commission of Iowa by Midwest research Institute under a federally funded contract Esti mates that Dort colleges enrolment now 900 will slowly decline for the next 11 dropping to 733 by Northwestern colleges enrolment now 705 will also make a slow decline during that and total an estimated 587 by the study Dort s enrolment for the next 10 years has been projected As follows continued on Page 10 evangelist Calvin Hays will conduct crusade in Community Sioux centers new at is Pic tured As he took the oath of office wednesday from retiring mayor who headed the local City government for 34 year since april following induction of the new at the 6 meet ing of the Tepaske was appointed City attorney and director of governmental in the latter Post he will work with other governmental tribute to Tepaske saturday Sioux centers mayor for 34 years just attorney will be guest of Honor at a Community program of tribute which will be held at Hinh Rhonl auditorium Here at january under sponsor ship of the City the chamber of Commerce and the local women All interested persons Are members of the women club will be hardworking mayor completes 34 years service As head of City government in Sioux in this candid photo taken by his now a free Lance photographer in Maurie is seen presiding at an Early morning City Council meeting in typical style suit coat shirt Collar loosened for traditional suspenders an abundance of paper work litters the Council table at his and a Coffee cup is close at proof enough that the session was with lots of ground to be Many a detail to be mulled Over before decisions were last 1973 act of City Council directs appreciation to Maurie the Sioux Center City Council approved at its last meeting of 1973 monday a special Resolution expressing appreciation to retiring mayor Maurie i e Paske for his faithful and meritorious service to the Community of Sioux Ross president of the acted As mayor Protem As the Resolution was presented for it reads Resolution whereas Maurice Tepaske has served faithfully in the office of mayor for the City of Sioux Center for the past thirty four whereas he has been completely dedicated to the cause of local government and the citizens of Sioux whereas in these years of growth and he has been an inspiration and a dedicated Public whereas he has sacrificially Given of his time and talents in Many whereas he has shown and shared a vibrant Faith in god and in this now therefore be it resolved that the City Council of the City of Sioux extend its deepest appreciation and congratulations to Maurice Tepaske for his Long and honorable record of service Sioux Center continued on Back Page this is a picture of mayor Tepaske Center taken with his the late attorney and Anthoney at the time he became mayor of Sioux Center on april 1940almost 34 years Only 24 years of age at the he was believed to be the nations youngest Gin serving punch at the program will take the form of a special thanks to and his for their Long period of service to the Maurie in the role of and Vera his capable assistant who was always in the wings to provide encouragement and moral As Well As fulfil Many Little duties on her both the former mayor and his wife will be the recipients or special there will be a special dedication Dur ing the course of the but details regarding that will remain unannounced until the appointed master of ceremonies of the evening will be City manager Darrel there will be a Salut Atory by the honorable Wiley 6th District Congress and a presentation this is your by former City manager Arie highlighting Mauries 34 years As following invocation by councilman Willis there will be a Brief talk by mayor Robert Dunlop of Orange representing the Northwest Iowa Munici pal then Brief congratulatory messages by Melvin Schouten and John members of the City coun next on the program will be com ments by the Jack pastor of the first reformed Church of Sioux who will speak on behalf of local and a Short speech by state representative Elmer Den Herder of Sioux who will speak of behalf of the councilman Dale Den Herder will pre continued on Back Page Central reformed Church Here will sponsor an evangelistic crusade by evangelist Calvin Hays of Des Moines sunday and january 6 and services on january will be at the usual the morning vice begins at and the evening ser vice at the evening service on january 6 will be youth youths from area churches Are invited to vice on monday night will be at the crusade in Central reformed Church will be followed immediately by a Calvin Hays crusade at Dort College auditorium on tuesday and wednesday january 8 and beginning at the Hays is an ordained minister in the reformed Church in a he is the son of the Ray Hays who has served As a missionary evangelist of the reformed Church for the past 30 years in the Calvin Hays evangelistic association was founded in Des in Jan uary of continued on Back Page Gerald Mahler accepts associate pastorate in the Gerald associate Pas Tor of the first reformed Church of Sioux Center since june of announced sunday evening that he has accepted the position of associate pastor of the second reformed Church in grand and will be moving to Michigan with his family the latter part of the grand Haven Church membership is composed of approximately 300 Fame the and Mahler have four and Daniel born december funeral held Here frigid cold hits area december 29 for 25 below on january 1 Teselle funeral services were held at the Van Der Ploeg funeral Chapel Here at december for John of who died december at the Sioux enter services were conducted by the Benjamin Teselle son and burial was in the West Lawn continued on Back Page old Man Winter moved into North West Iowa Over the weekend with a Frig id giving Sioux Center Vicinity three successive Days of subzero temper it was a Bon chilling 25 degrees be Low Zero on the official weather Bureau thermometer at the water treat ment Plant Here tuesday morning new years reports Henry and it was almost As cold on sunday and sat urday mornings when 21 and 16 degrees were the continued on Back Page director Robert Carbaugh Hospital thanksgiving Appeal total the goal of the 1973 Sioux Center Community Hospital Appeal has been topped by a substantial amount with receipts As of december 26 totalling James Hospital association announced this this Means that the Long term loan the Hospital had originally planned to Complete the financing of the enlargement and remodelling project just completed can now be considerably and interest costs in be some late contributions Are still dribbling in reports Tva Genst Calm Hays trucking business moves to Sioux Center monday under new Gerrit Koedam the former Dejong truck service of Orange City is now headquartered in the old Coop produce building on third Street Northwest in Sioux Center under the new Gerrit the business will be operated under the name Gerrit the business phone number is 712722 Koedam will specialize in Grain and livestock and on a Long distance he will utilize 12 cattle trailers and one Large Grain Koedam purchased the Long established Dejong truck service dating Back to 1919 last fall from Dennis Van and had been operating out of an Orange City office until Koedam has been in hauling business on his own since he is to the former Carol Van Ravenswaay and they have six children 20 17 16 11 9 and the family resides at 322 first ave nue Sioux Gerrit Koedam High school will offer adult 5day course in income tax preparation Moody Bible Institute women glee club to present concert in Sioux Center the women glee club and handball choir of Moody Bible Institute in Chica go will present a sacred music concert in Central reformed Church Here at january this musical composed of Stu dents from Many parts of the United states and foreign has performed in music festivals and special concerts two record albums featuring their work have been released by word re i of and one re Cord album has been released by super Glen director of the Robert car is a member of the faculty at Moody Bible Institute and minister of music at the historic Moody memorial Church in before joining the staff at he served As a missionary to Hawaii for 15 while there he served with the Honolulu and organized and directed the Honolulu Junior the exciting new sound in music to be featured at the concert will come from Bells cast in Britain famed Whitechapel the maker of big Ben and the Liberty the handball which functions As a part of the glee is one of the few travelling groups of this kind in continued on Back Page one adult education course has been scheduled by Sioux Center Community High school for january and february and others will be scheduled if there is sufficient interest shown in any particular Ted de coordinator of the adult de has announced the one course to be offered is in come tax the instructor will be Dave enrolment fee is the five session course will get under Way on wednesday january with a two hour session beginning at 7 two hour classes will be held also on january january january and february 67 to 9 those interested in enrolling May con tact de Hoogh by calling the superintendents office at the High de Hoogh announced that the school would Welcome suggestions from continued on Back Page youre to turn your clock Forward one hour on january 6 area residents Are reminded that Northwest along with the will revert to Daylight savings time on january the official changeover time is 2 but most people will turn their clocks Forward one hour upon retiring saturday and thus awake sunday morning to the Correct the change to Daylight savings time was recently approved by and president on the Assumption that it will help conserve Energy at least in some sections of the new deacons installed installation of new officers was held at Carmel reformed Church tuesday morning for newly elected Mike Overman and Jim Franken and the newly elected deacons John Renes and Dar win accept new positions special photo display a display of 12 Black and White mounted entitled the bet Ter to see will be on display at the Sioux Center Public Library january 7 through january this display is designed to develop perception of the visual world by present ing Beauty of composition and details of familiar Bill at of Miles North of Sioux associated Here the past 8 years with Ralsto Purina the past 15 months As District a co owner and co manager of Quality Supply in effective january he has been succeeded Here As Ralsto Purina District sales manager by Woody at Purina District sales manager at the past 16 Woody and family will continue to live in Bill and family will continue to live on the farm North of Sioux he is associated at Boyden with Tony Slat hour and Gary Dykstra in the operation of Quality farm Purina fertilizer and chemicals Bill replaced Paul now Purina area sale1 in in August of the new District manager Woody received his College training at South Dakota state College in Brookings and the University of Colorado at fort

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