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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials is a w a inflation May leave Many inadequately inured governor Robert d. Ray has proclaimed february . . Month in Iowa. Pointing out the great service the insurance Industry provides to the people of Iowa governor Ray says there exists a definite need for Lowans to review possible inadequate insurance coverages on property due to inflated replacement costs. As a Public service the Iowa association of Mutual insurance agents is sponsoring .y.i.a . Month Check with your insurance agent to review your insurance coverage month to Alert All Lowans to the danger of being under insured with inflation increasing at Over 12% each year. Many individuals who might think their insurance coverage is adequate even if updated a year ago should have another checkup Accord ing to association officials. In checking with their agents Home and Busi Ness owners should review their coverages and consider increasing coverage amounts adding inflation guard endorsements and in some cases an agreed amount endorsement the association said. The association pointed out that statistics show that an average Home which Cost $20,000 in 1967 would Cost $34,000 to build today based on the u. S. Department of labor construction Cost Index showing a 70% increase Over that time. Consumer Price Index figures show maintenance and repair costs have jumped to similar or higher Levels association officials Point out. The situation Many Ankeny families found themselves in following last summer s Multi Mil lion Dollar Tornado devastation was not unlike the experience of one typical family their $15,000 Home owners policy just did t cover the $24,000 needed to repair the Tornado dam age to their Home association officials said. There is no obligation on the part of the policyholder to increase his coverage should he have the checkup. However it is in the Best interest of All insured families and businessmen to find out the difference Between what their policy will pay and the actual replacement value of what s covered the association says. Of foes editorial Small colleges facing up to changes most private colleges of Iowa and we re blessed with plenty of them have been hard pressed by declining enrolments the past few years but they re not taking it lying Down. Several experimental programs Are going on any one of which May turn out to be of great assistance to keeping Small colleges in this and other states in healthy financial condition and which will bring other advantages to their students. These include Sioux land consortium a group of Small col Leges in Northwest Iowa South Dakota and Nebraska who Are interchanging professors courses and credits to give students a wider Choice and the talents of More professional experts than any one College can have. Vocational courses Dort College of Sioux your Faith & mine by Tom Westfall a better world if i make myself an honest Man i can be sure there is one Rascal less in the world. The writer of that Little quip Mark Twain obviously knew some thing about personal responsibility. He realized the world could be better Only if he became better. And in commenting upon it he underscored a Universal truth. A truth however which seems hidden from Many of us. Hosts of people like to think the world will improve by itself perhaps by some magical evolutionary process. Too few of us care to face the truth Twain called to our attention we Are responsible for making the world better. That Means i must make me better. Self improvement is a fad today. Millions Are engaged in some self help project All the Way from yoga and transcendental meditation to transactional analysis and psycho Cybernetics. All of which is very Good. Only now Are we beginning to comprehend the height breadth and depth of human potential. But there is a weakness in All of this. Just because one learns How to Cope with life More efficiently does not mean he or she will make the world better for anyone else. The Only thing which can do that is love. Thus any self improve ment project failing to produce a More Loving self is Little other than an exercise in self cent redness. The Church still holds the record for producing Loving people if you really want to help the world become better maybe you should be a part of it. 11111111 Kimii Iii in Iii Iii deeds filed in Sioux county John c. Landhuis ski to Donald f. Klein l 5, blk 7, Rock Valley $7000. Florence l. Verrips extra to Edwarc f. Sohl & of it is 1, 2 & 3, Bik 4, Boyden $24,000. Marion Moss & of to James l. Moss & of e /2 be a & be a be /4 22-96-44$1. Tony Huygens sol to Jerry Midden Dorp & of it is 9 & 10, blk 23, Orange City $1. Dick Bleeker & of to Marion e. & William l. Mouw it l 2, Aud sub of e use /4 32-96-45, Sioux Center $1. Edwin Van Ginkel & of to John p. Ver Burg & of pts a new a 21-97 46, Rock Valley $1. Gerald de Graaf & of to Casson l. Dennison & of pts a 33-94-48, Chatsworth $6000. Merritt a. Hawkins & of to Lou Ann m. Hawkins Etal n one a 34-94 45 $1. James e. Koerselman & of to Bruce a. Schomaker & of is 10 8.11, blk "2, bosnian s second addn., Boyden $1. Frank Van is & of to Frank Van is of it is 1,2 8, 3, is 10, 11 & 12 Ibik 38, second addn., Alton $1. Anna Keizer Etal to Frank t. My Iii jr., l 3 & i l 2, blk 5, Aud rpt of be a & eve so /4 21-97-46, Rock Valley $11,500. Marcella Susan Bange & is to Paul e. Bange trustee it e a 1-95-43 $10. Gene p. Bunch & of to Danny l. Roozing & of it l 2, blk 2, Aud rpt of be a & e a so a 21-97-46, Rock Valley $1. Farmers Mut Coop assn., Orange City to Irene l. Cose is 1, 2, 8. 3 & it is 18, 19, 20 & 21 & Alley blk 7, Maurice $1. David Kuiken extra to Shirley k. Whittington is 1 & 2, blk 4, Maurice,$9200. Kenneth g. Mulder & of to Ernest Egdorf & of it is 8 & 10, & l 9, blk 1, bosnian s second addn., Boyden,$1. Gerrit Van Wye Etal to John we. Van Wye & of it is 5 & 6, blk 8, Hull a. 4 George l. Hansen & of to Anthony e. Pottebaum & of n use a 7-94-43 & Well rights on new a so a 8-94-43 $1. Alton savings Bank Alton to an Thony e. Pottebaum & of n use a 7 94-43 $1. Dort College received $13,254.62 in Grants from the Iowa College foun Dation during the second half of 1974, according to a report released this week by the foundation. A total of 25 private colleges in the state shared foundation funds during the year and the total amount of Money distributed to the 25 colleges in the last half of 1974 was $297,512. This Money came originally from 450 donors mostly big business and Industry ten str i Frt Lugol Notum 32 3rd . Sioux cent to Low 51250 Rov m. Gardner editor Roy m. & Mary Louis Girdner " publishers published every wednesday 2nd class postage paid at Sioux Center Iowa National newspaper my svs Uinins Meyiu -1975 subscription rates in Sioux county 1 yr.-$5.50 2, $10. Outside county 1 yr.-$6.50 2, $1 2. 15 Sengl copy. Official City t county parch s i ate of Iowa Iowa state Commerce commission official notice to the citizens of Sioux county Iowa notice is hereby Given that ruse Transfer company a corp Tabor Iowa has made application to the Iowa state Commerce commission under authority of chapter 327 a code of Iowa for a Cert i f Cate of convenience and necessity to operate As a liquid transport Carrier to transport liquid products in bulk Between the facilities of Bryce har Rison doing business As farm feeds or Tabor fertilizer corporation located in fre Mont and Mills counties Iowa on the one hand and on the other All Points in Iowa restricted to shipments originating at or destined to the facilities of Bryce har Rison doing business As farm feeds or Tabor fertilizer corporation in Fremont and Mills counties Iowa. The commission has fixed tuesday february 25, 1975, ten 10 00 o clock . At the off ice of the commission 4th & Wai nut streets Oes Molnes Iowa As the time and place Tor Public hearing on the above docketed application. Iowa state Commerce commission Maurice Van Nostrand chairman Fred Moore. Commissioner. Howard Bell commissioner. Attest Dean a. Braley Secretary. Docket no. Dlc-420 dated at des Molnes Iowa january 13, 1975. 1-22-1-29. Will begin offering courses at fort Dodge in con Junction with Iowa Central Community College. Fort Dodge area students May take Buena Vista courses taught by Buena Vista professors in advanced Levels of subjects currently available in the Junior College division of Iowa Central. The course offerings can Lead to Bachelor of science or Bachelor of arts degree. Innovative programs such As these coupled with Iowa s tuition Grant program which helps put private colleges in the Small Ballpark As state wednesday january 29, 1975 the Sioux Center news Page 2 institutions when it comes to competing for Stu dents should keep Iowa s private colleges health y. In their diversity their relation to churches and their emphasis on individualized instruction they Are valuable assets to the state we re glad they re not hoping to depend entirely on state assistance to keep going but have the strength and vitality to come up with these great new pro Grams on their own. Osceola county Tribune. Sioux count court House news marriage licenses Center noticing the growing enrolment at vocational schools and demand for graduates with technical skills is entering a program of vocation al courses for its own students resulting in All the advantages of the Iowa Community colleges which have both Liberal arts and vocational train ing combined. Correspondence degrees upper Iowa univer sity of Fayette has engaged the services of an Eastern consulting firm to offer College degree programs by correspondence to adults who live Many Miles away. Nearly All work May be done by correspondence with Only a Short residency at the College needed to get a degree. Co operative courses with vocational schools Buena Vista College of storm Lake next month the last will and testament of Dick Vink late of Rock Valley has been admitted to probate. Dale Edwin Vink was appointed executor without Bond. Petition was filed for the administration of the estate of Neil Schuller. Maurice a. Tepaske was appointed administrator with Bond set at $10, 000.00. By transcript from the magistrate court of Harlan Hummel Albert j. Sapp of Sioux Falls has been charged in District court with of Maui. Bond was set and posted in the amount-of$300.00. Petition for administration of the estate of James k. Venard late of Hawarden has been filed for probate. Paul c. Venard was appointed administrator and Bond was waived. The last will and testament of Katie Beckmann late of Granville was filed for probate Leo a. Beck Mann and Theresa Grady were appointed co executors without Bond. Final reports were filed and in the estates of Frank Vermulm and her Man Wissink and the estates Are now closed. Petition was filed for administration of the estate of William m. Portz late of Granville. Regina c. Portz was appointed administrator with Bond set at $60,000.00. Petition has also been filed for administration of the estate of Barbara w. Portz. Regina c. Portz was appointed administrator with Bond set at$75,000.00. Petition was filed for administration of the estate of Martha m. Portz. Regina c. Protz was appointed administrator with Bond set at $20,000.00. Russell s ready mix inc. Filed suit against Lincoln contracting corp. Of Alton. Plaintiff alleges defendant is indebted to him 1n the amount of$2,429.11 for goods and merchandise sold and delivered to defendant. Plain Tiff asks for judgment in the amount of $2,429.11 with interest and costs of this action. The estate of Cornelius Rensink paid $802.93 in partial payment of inheritance tax. The estate of Alfred Doorenbos paid $32,832.00 in partial payment of inheritance tax. Geo. Heldt & son of Hawarden have filed a petition in District court with Curtis Baugus of Hawarden As defendant. Plaintiff alleges that defendant owes $2,117.95 on a promis Sory note dated june 20, 1968. Plain Tiff asks for judgment in said amount with interest at 7% and for costs of this action. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Pam Kosters of Orange City and Erling John Kosters of Rock Valley in the amount of $999.99 with interest and costs of this action. Judgment was in favor of Curt Jager of Maurice and the result of a car Accident in which Pam Kosters a minor was driving without a proper License. Denise den Besten daughter of or. And mrs. Bernard den Besten of Sioux Center has been accepted for enrol ment at Nettleton College Sioux Falls next fall. Denise is a senior at Western Christian High school Hull and will in Roll in the medical secretarial program at Nettleton. Jay l. Dorschner 19, Orange City Carla Lee Cleveland 17, Boyden. Charles w. Hofland 21, Orange City Anita j. Vaas 19, Hospers. Duane w. Boeve 23, Hull Sharon k. Ledeman 19, Sioux Center. Michael j. Visser 19, Rock Valley Natalie j. Van beek 17, Rock Valley new cars licensed in Sinai Dainty new autos Quad state industries Orange City Mercury. John Vangroothees jr., Rock Valley Ford. James j. Beck Granville Oldsmobile. Joseph j. Rexwinkel Alton chevre Edith Jean Kosters Sioux Center Pontiac. Bruce c. Hagen Sioux Center Chevrolet. Eugene c. Mulder Orange City Pontiac. New trucks Vincent l. Huls Boyden Chevrolet Jack s feed store Ireton Ford. Robert l. Manns Hawarden Ford Harlan a. Rouse Hospers Ford Howard Houtsma sr., Sheldon Gumc. Groeneweg machine & mfg co Hull Chevrolet. Stanley Lee Van Wyk Hawarden Chevrolet. There Arete and the wherefores you know Why you put your Money in the Bank. Or go to the Bank to borrow Money. But your whys can become a lot Wiser at our Bank. To us the business of Money is also the business of Money information. That s Why we have a staff of experts who always show you the Basic nature of any banking service you request. Wherefore you la see All the advantages to banking with us. The we awake Bank makes it helping is our business first National Bank in Sioux Center member Odic

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