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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Senate committee hearing held Here a great variety of opinions and facts regarding the plight of Iowa cattle feeders caught in a cos Price squeeze and problems related to this dilemma were presented at a Well attended hearing conducted at the Tri state sales ring Here wednesday by members of the Senate agricultural Between the hours of 9 and 4 the hearing was chaired by senator Dick Clark of a member of the and seated with him at the table to hear the testimony of approximately 30 farm organization business Sag marketing and retail represent consumer groups and others were senator Harold Hughes of Iowa Wiley a member of the House a John Culver of Cedar Senate agriculture committee staff Wegmuller of Cedar agriculture specialist on senator Clarks senator Clark said All of the information presented at the hearing was taped and will be Given close scrutiny by the members of the a committee in due and some of the More pertinent information gathered probably will be distributed to the agriculture and to other congressional committees concerned with matters related to each speaker at the hearing was limited to a 10 minute in order that All who desired to present particular Points of View might be longer testimony was accepted in written form for the official the presentation of testimony was just getting under Way when press time for this Issue of the Sioux Center news arrived wednesday hence de tails regarding what was said by the various speakers at the hearing will not appear in the Sioux Center news until next continued on Bock Page Sioux Iowa january 1974 volume 81 number 3 seated at the hearing table in the local livestock sales ring Here wednesday morning when this picture was taken left to right Bernard Sioux Center Farmer Jerry South Dakota Farmer Dick banker of Eda Kroon is elected to 1st National Bank Board Eda cashier and Veteran employee of the first National Bank of Sioux won election to the Banks Board of directors at the annual meeting of shareholders on january Bank president in pro posing miss Kronos Eda Kroon knows the needs and aspirations of our customers and our and she has a thorough knowledge of All phases of the internal operation of the she is an outstanding Community Volunteer and has a High degree of professional skill in the banking she is Well versed in business and agricultural and demonstrates special Excel Lence in helping elderly she is also recognized As one of the states most knowledgeable student loan of the Board of directors will fit greatly from her experience and sound election of miss Kroon brings membership on the first nationals Board to reelected directors Are continued on Back Page Byron former editor of Sioux Center Dies Sheldon senator Dick who chaired the hearing Henry Senate a committee staff economist sen at Rharold Hughes 6th Wiley Mayne and 2nd John Culver of Cedar v funeral services were held at Fergus tuesday afternoon for Bryon former publisher of the Sioux Center news 195156 who died at a Fergus Falls Hospital saturday Fol lowing a heart 160 acres auctioned for total of Cliff Farmer of Rural Orange who resides in Capel paid a total of for 160 acres which were sold at Public auction tues Moss owns nearby he paid per acre a total of for a 40acre tract with build Ings sold by Albert Moss paid per acre a total of for an inside 40 acres sold by the Albert Slothouber and per acre a total of for an 80acre also sold by Albert Slothouber Bogaard and Van Gelder were the Berkley Bedell seek 6th Berkley 52yearold spirit Lake businessman and announced his candidacy january for the United states Congress from the 6th District of this District covers 22 counties of Northwest and is presently represented by Sioux City attorney and re Wiley Bedell was the democratic candidate for this position in having lost in a close race with approximately 48 of the he conducted a vigorous visiting almost every Community in the walking up and Dawn the streets talking with Farmers and his Campaign slogan was people before and his Campaign stressed the fact that governmental responsibility should be less concerned with political and More concerned with the needs of the Bedell started manufacturing fishing tackle while in High school with saved from his newspaper today Berkley and company employs some boo Northwest Lowans in plants in spirit Lake and Bedell is Active in Church serv ing As associate Lay Leader for life and work for the United methodist Church of frequently filling pulpits As a Lay he is Active in boy scout and work on the Board of mornings de College and a past president of the spirit Lake Al wants Bedell was selected As the nations first Small businessman of the in and has been honoured As spirit Lake citizen of the year in he has lived in spirit Lake All of his he had been cutting Wood during the afternoon and suddenly Felt ill and had his wife Call a he was admitted a Short time later to the burial was made in West Lawn Ceme Tery at Orange City at 2 wednesday afternoon following a Brief interment service Hess had been in the hearing Aid business in Fergus Falls the past several prior to that he had served As assistant editor of the Fergus Falls daily and also had been in the in vestment business in Fergus Falls for a he had served two years As editor of a weekly newspaper at just prior to buying the Sioux Center news from de Roelofs in he sold the news to and Roy then of october after Selling the he worked for a time with his Asa in the operation of Alton Cement and then moved to Park where he served for a time As editor of a weekly before moving to Fergus survivors include the the former Betty Mullenburg three Caroline and Mary Kel a will again House seat except for his service As a Pilot in world War he and his have three Ken the is a methodist and Tom and Joanne Are both in in making his announcement Bedell continued on Back Page classes at Christian school Are convening 15 minutes later the Sioux Center Christian school monday went on a new operating sched ule designed to offset in part the Early morning darkness which was prolonged by the shift to Daylight saving time on january the schools buses Are now picking up students 30 minutes later than the usual time and first classes now begin at instead of minutes under the old schedule the students had about 15 minutes of Leisure time at the school grounds after buses arrived and before first classes hospitals seek share of county Revenue funds the Sioux county Board of super visors this week was asked by representatives of the county four Community located at Sioux Orange Rock Valley and to allocate a part of the Revenue sharing funds which the county will be receiving each year from the Federal government for the Purchase of special equipment Lor the four and to help the hospitals meet other it is estimated that Sioux county will receive about in Revenue Shar ing funds each year Over the next three and the Hospital representatives pointed out that allocation of a share of this Money for improved health care with in the county is probably As defensible a use of the funds that can be continued on Back Page Public Library announces new service programs the Sioux Center Public Library is asking for donations of puzzles and for both children and order that it May expand its loan services to include these they should be in Good with no missing pieces a paperback Exchange is also being is donations of paperbacks Are asked in order to Start this project which will then operate strictly on an Exchange these which will occupy a specially designated spot in the will not be checked anyone desiring to read one May simply help they Are to leave a paper Back in Library service this week was also expanded to include special service for shut any Shutin desiring Library material May phone the Library and the desired if will be delivered by a Dort choir concert Horo january 20th 1974 county youth fair Board selected the 1974 Sioux county youth fair Junior fair Board has been the new Board members Are Karla daughter of and Harold Sioux Center Shawn Ulster daughter of and Dave Orange City Kathy ver daughter of and Bill Verdoorn of Orange City Dana daughter of and Al Sioux Center Paul Van son of and Lloyd Van Orange City Kevin son of John Sioux Center Roy son of and Kenneth Mau Rice and Joe son of and continued on Back Page another travelogue will be shown at Dort gym Friday the third of a series of color travel Ogue films sponsored this school year by Dort College will be shown at the col lege auditorium at 8 Janu Ary it is entitled new England and will be personally narrated by its Jay the film takes the viewer Over Miles in the colourful and exciting area of the United states known As new England the six new Connecticut and Rhode Quaddy head Light the Eastern most Point in the United states is the Start ing Point for the other places visited Are Baxter state with its Abun Dant wildlife Pemaquid Point and Cam Den Harbor with its Parade and sardine packing and change of seasons brings change in life in new England from summer sail ing to Winter which is seen at the largest ski resort in the continued on Back Page Gierkey a variety of music ranging from the classics to simple Folk melodies and hymns will be included in the concert to be presented by the Dort College con Cert choir of Sioux Center in Sioux Cen Ter at the Bethel Christian reformed Church on january at under the direction of Dale director of both the Dort College concert choir and concert band since since its the choir has made annual Tours throughout the mid with extended Tours to the East and West coasts and Grotenhuis has been repeatedly com mended for the outstanding performances of his musical the sunday afternoon performance will follow the groups Winter concert tour of Mississippi and there will be no admission county shows increase of births and deaths a total of 452 births were recorded in Sioux county during that an increase of 33 Over the pre Vious year when 419 were according to a report released by county officials this the number of deaths in the county was also with 226 during 1973 and 215 during the number of marriage licenses is sued was Down by with 234 issued during 1973 and 254 issued during this is the second year is a Row that there has been a decline in a total of 275 couples obtained marriage License during also on the decline in the county the past year was the number of a total of 21 marriages were dissolved the past compared to 26 during 1972 and to 11 during continued on Back Page but a freewill offering will be students from the local area who will be performing with the choir Are Melody and Eileen daughters of and Arle Sioux Cen Ter Jim Vande son of and John Vande Rock Tim son of and Fred Vern ten son of and harm ten Deanne Van daughter of and Ben Van Gary Vande son of and Gerlt Vande Rock Nancy daughter of and Junior Orange Carla daughter of and mrs Carl Orange Elaine daughter of and Henry Arles Vander daughter of and Severt Vander Host family for of Chango student sought in Community the Sioux Center youth for under standing committee will meet thursday at in the High school applications from prospective Host parents and students seeking to Par i tic late in an Exchange program will be additional information May be obtained from Roger Den or Gary or any member of the students May apply for the summer two months program of the 11 month Host parents May apply fora student from Europe or Africa for 11 months arriving in August and leaving the follow ing july or for a student from South continued on Back Page invite no admission charge Frozen world to be shown at Dort january 21 the renowned color film series on the cultural life of Western written and narrated by Art histor Ian Kenneth will be shown at Dort College beginning Janu Ary at in the lecture Hall of the Dort classroom building there will be no admission charge for these the film to be seen next the first in the is the Frozen which concerns the the dark and Dort College will receive the 13 fifty minute civilization films on loan free of charge from the National gallery of Art in under a new pro Gram offered through the gallery Exten Sion the film series is being made available to Dort and the people of this area free of charge by Matching Grants from the National endowment for the humanities and from Xerox nor Mal rental fee for this series would be or and Purchase Price would be a under the which began oils the films Are being distributed to colleges and universities with fewer than approximately 400 institutions can participate in the program each with an estimated annual each College will receive the films in one a the distribution program has been said Carter director of the National to make it pos continued on Back Page assistant attorney to speak at Dort 25 Robert assistant attorney for the Northern District of will speak on what is Law on the Dort Campus on january at in room c the sponsored by will feature open discussion following the Silkma has appeared several times on to news programs concerning the Energy crisis and in his which will emphasize the christians role in he will in clude remarks on certain recent obscenity decisions and the acc ruling prohibit ing Church weeks weather report this picture shows Kenneth Clark on the author and narrator of the film being awarded the National gallery of arts medal for distinguished service in education from the director of the National Carter i Pale january 9 january 10 january 11 january 12 january 13 january 14 january 15 6 7 4 1 16 40 40 total precipitation 27 5 26 2 11 22 0 t 0 t 0 or

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