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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Quismon condominium sold now rental apartments 21 attend 1949 class reunion the new Huisman condominium located at the Corner of third Street and 4th Avenue . In Sioux Center has been sold by Jake Huisman to or. . Hagen and or. Larry Dixon local chiropractors who Are now advertising the units As rental apartments. There Are three two bedroom units with attached garages and one 1-bedroom unit without garage. Information regarding rental can be obtained by phoning 722-2879. All of the units face South on third Street have full basements and Central air conditioning Are equip Ped with refrigerators and electric ranges and Draper ies in living room dining area. The Sioux Center High school graduating class of 1939 held their 35th class Teulon saturday july 6, at the Holland House in Sioux Center. The evening was spent socially with each member showing pictures of their family. There were 26 out of 46 class members present including two former teachers miss Martha artist from Omaha Nebr f and mrs. Lols tinker alter from Council members included front Row left to right Jenni Zwiers Keith Orange City Margaret Vander Schaaf ren sink Sioux Center Gertrude Van Putten Schupper Inwood Geneva in Herder Bomgaars Orange City Arlene Schlum Frohm Benson Hawarden Dorothy Kru Liena Wyola Ireton Rittal al rom Lenl a i .11. A j i _ a. _ l _ i i n my alter Council Bluffs teacher Sarah Kosters Sioux Center and Martha artist Omaha Nebr., teacher. Back Row left to right al Broek Sioux Center Everett Vanderweerd Fullerton Calif. Les Heusinkveld Sioux Cen ter Lubert Les sink Rock rapids James Mulder Oostburg wis. Dick de weird Pella Marlon was sink Sioux Center and Les Brommer Sioux Center. Class members not attending were Ruth Ahrendt Kroese Hills Minn. Paul Boeyink Morgan Chi Calif. Doris Boone grand rapids Mich. Rev. Bernard Brunsting Scarsdale . Pfc less de Boer Mulder. Ann Arbor Mich. Esther de Zeeuw Vermeer Lyndon Wash. John Kosters Sioux Temei Ethel Mol Wiersma Pipestone Minn. Adelle Mouw Ash. Second Row left to right Gerald Bosch. Sioux Center Ellder f Sioux Center Iowa i mer Muler fort Dodge Arnold Vermeer Sioux Center Louise adults Breve. Holland Mich., Ted Van den Berg Sioux Center Agnes de Witt Brawner. Galva Iii. Lorraine f h.? Schmidt Ireton Verna Hogan Sneller Maur ice Mildred Vermeer Schutt Sioux Center Lols Tanker Center Allene Rozeboom Van t Hul Buena Park Kathleen Pomeroy Kempe Wayne Nebr. Harriet Schulte Man boterhoek Sheldon Gertrude Spenkelink Vander Velde Rock Valley Florence Vande Brake Gunderson Pon Ca Nebr. And or. James Vande Brake Clarion la. John Van de Brake died in world War ii. Thursday july 11, 1974 volume 81 number 28 Dort 20th anniversary August 26 two school Board posts to be filled Here sept. 10 two school positions Are to be filled by the voters of the Sioux Center Community school District at the annual school election scheduled for tuesday september 10. The members whose terms expire this year Are Howard Beernink. District i that area inside the City limits lying North of second Street and Severt Van Berkel. District 4 that area West of Highway 75 and North of county Black topped Road b-40. Both will be candidates for re election to 3-year terms. Candidates must reside within the districts in which they seek election but they Are elected at Large. Nominating papers May be picked up from the Secretary of the school District Irvin Mouw any time before August 1. Deadline for filing of nominating petition with the Secretary is 5 . Thursday August 1. Holdover members of the Board Are al Broek or. . Vande Garde and John Sjaarda. Also to be elected september 10 by the voters of the Sioux Center Community school District will be a school treasurer. This Post is currently held by Gerald Bosch and will run for re Electon to a two year term. Its., of horse show Pratt of of 12 for de the next Issue of the Sioux Center news dated july 18 will be printed Sev eral Days ahead of schedule at noon Fri Day. July 12 to permit the staff to take a one week vacation break. The cooperation of advertisers and news correspondents in making copy a valuable Early for this vacation Issue will be deeply appreciated by the staff. Class of 1939 holds 35th Rev. Jack to Oritor Rem on will appear to who s who in religion the Rev Jack Boerigter pastor of first reformed Church of Sioux Center has been selected to appear in the 1974 edition of who s who in religion in re cognition of his work and leadership in the religious Field in America. His biographical sketch will appear in the publication scheduled to go to press later this year along with biographies of other outstanding religious leaders of the nation. Who s who in religion is a comprehensive ecumenical compendium of religious leaders and religious educators. Those selected must have contributed importantly to the various activities of his or her Faith. City will begin a soon off Fri county Landfill Sioux Center is expected to begin use of the new Tri county Landfill North of Hospers for disposal of garbage and rub Bish some time Between now and August 1, reports City mgr. Darrel Rensink. Rensink said a definite cutoff Date for ceasing general use of the local land fill has not been set but will be made pub continued on Back Page rally my will to show it Ilir iry 7 Friy july 12 the third in the summer series of family entertainment films will be shown at the Sioux Center Public Library Friday july 12, at 7 00 . Admission is 25# to help cover film rental fee. Those waning to know the name of the film should Call the Library. This is a warm and moving Story about a Young French Canadian boy and his deep affection for a prize winning Irish setter. The 1949 graduating class of the Sioux Center Community High school held Theli 25th class reunion on saturday july 6, at 6 30 . In the children s Park with a Steak Fry. Twenty one of the 37 class members attended. Class members from a distance included Arthur nails Fon of Lac wis. Mrs. Donna owl Kyle Rock rapids Verlyn Vermeer Rock rapids mrs. Norma Korver Lemars Wayne Vermeer des Molnes Kenneth Raak Worthington continued on Page 12 Miry Moi Guido Dii horror to Otto it Oil Cha Mio Lii Mary Mouw and Glenda den Herder of Sioux Center will represent Iowa and Sioux Center at the National future homemakers of America convention in Chicago july 14-20. Mary daughter of or. And mrs. Marvin Mouw is president of the Iowa Cha. And Glenda daughter of or. And mrs. Glenn den Herder is president of the local Cha chapter. The letter s expenses Are being paid by the first National Bank of Sioux Center As a helpful gesture to the local Cha chapter. The girls will be accompanied to Chelca go by their advisor mrs. Mary Godsey. 17-Yoir-om boy Lotos is it i 010 oyo Floc Ackor in Coit Lyle 17-year-old son of or. And mrs. Herb Remmerde of Rural Rock Valley lost the sight in one of his eyes in a ire Cracker Accident july 4. He was taken to the Sioux Valley Hosp Hal Sioux Falls and returned Home Mon Day. Weeks weather report. Date Max. July 2 90 july 3 89 65 july 4 82 58 july 5 88 55 july 6 91 69 july 7 94 67 july 8 96 73 july 9 94 72 total precipitation nine Saddle clubs of Northwest Iowa have formed a unit called the Northwest Iowa horse show association which meets every second monday night of each month at 8 00 . In the basement of the Sheldon radio station Kiwa. The association will Benefit each club in providing new incentives in giving rid ers greater opportunities in our immediate area As they ride for Points and in bring ing together the area people who enjoy one or America s fastest growing and finest family recreation horseback Riding. Qualified riders May compete for Points in pleasure classes barrel racing pole bending and reining classes. Heinz Kleger of Sibley was elected president of the new association Bob Schumacher of Remsen vice president Zelda Christensen of Archer highpoint Secretary and Esther Kleger Secretary treasurer and newsletter editor. Saddle clubs and their voting delegates Are the Circle a club of Melvin Robert Nonneman and Harold juber Circle a club of Lemars. Carroll Bud by Erwerth Ocheyedan Trail blazers Harold Wingate and David Wingate or Saddle club of Remsen Dave Ahlers and Jim Heidesch Saber Saddle club of Orange City Herm de Vos and Dave de Vries Sheldon Royal riders Arthur Heron mus and Martin Bunge Sioux Center Saddle club Harold Vande Kleft and Andy Van Bochove Spencer area Saddle club or. And mrs. Jim Johnson town and country Saddle club of Sutherland Zelda Christensen and Earl Buse. Dort College s 20th anniversary is to be commemorated in Sioux Center with a Campus open House a Community beef Barbecue and evening program on Mon Day August 26. Members of the local chamber of come Renerce voted at their meeting tuesday fright to play an Active role at the invitation of College officials in making the Day a memorable one with Community wide participation encouraged. Lyle critters Public relations director at the College told the local business and professional group that most of the fresh Man of the 1974-75 school term their parents and perhaps Between 30 and 40 Thelmo Sandbulte suffers Bone fracture off Ailt Thelma Sandbulte of Sioux Center employed in the office of accountant Stan Kroese suffered a Bone fracture of the left ankle about 9 15 . Tuesday when she attempted to dismount from a Saddle horse she was Riding while the Ani Mal was still in motion. Thelma was Riding with her Fiance Ron Van Zee and two daughters Gall and Kim at the time of the mishap. Gall s horse started to run and mrs. Sandbulte sprinted her horse to assist Here. She twisted the ankle when her foot caught in the stir rup As she started to leap to the ground. She was wearing Tennis shoes. She was taken to the local Hospital by ambulance after being examined at the scene by or. Willekes. Her foot is to be placed in a cast. She is expected to be re leased from the Hospital in a Day or so. Of the upperclassmen will be on Campus that Day and will have the Opportunity to participate in the Observance. A film highlighting the history of Dort College will be shown on the Cam pus during the Day and there will be con ducted Tours for visitors. Tentative plans Are to serve the Barbe cued beef Between 5 . And 7 ., and this will be followed by an evening program in the College auditorium featuring an address by the Rev John Piersma Christian reformed Church minister of South Holland Iii., and highlighting in other ways the history of Dort review ing the Steps leading Jip to its founding the selection of Sioux Center As the site for the Campus and giving recognition to the people who played important roles in its establishment and steady growth Ario Schimmel is selected As candidate for supervisor Arle Schimmel Well known Sioux Cen ter Farmer was the Choice of the Sioux county Republican Central committee at a meeting in Orange City tuesday evening to be the gop nominee for District 3 supervisor on the general election ballot in november. The Post has been vacant since the resignation of al Walraven effective july 1, due to the status of his health. A county Board composed of the county auditor clerk of courts and county re Corder is expected to meet As soon As a lace Vanroekel county recorder returns from Iowa City to appoint a person to serve during the interim. This in All prob ability will be or. Schimmel because of tuesday night s action by the Republican committee. However the decision will be the Board s. News editor resigns Donald Nelson news editor of the Hawarden Independent and the Sioux county farm report the past three years has resigned to become publisher effective August 5 of the Avoca journal Herald weekly newspaper at Avoca Iowa. Arle Schimmel a swim Swaw open gym recreation program planned a new open gym recreation program is to be offered at the Community school gymnasium Here two nights a week on tuesdays and thurs Days 7 . To 9 . Under sponsorship of the local recreations and arts Council. There will be supervised activities including the playing of basketball but without organized leagues or teams. Program supervisor will be Kent Sneller. Equipment will be furnished but those who plan to attend the ses Slons Are advised to Wear Tennis shoes or soft Soled shoes. No age limit has been set. The program activity will be built around the interests of those who participate in so far As is possible. Those desiring to participate in such a program May report to the gym at 7 . Next tuesday at which time More details concerning plans Are expected to be available. Caravan Hope Haven caravan of Hope to visit City Friday evening .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Hope Haven school for the Handicap Ped at Rock Valley is going to sponsor a caravan of Hope for the purpose of Rall of funds. A covered Wagon will travel along the Highway each Day beginning at Rock Val Ley monday morning july 15 and visa tar a different Community each Day of the week. Rock rapids will be the monday Desti nation and a program will be presented at the Fairgrounds. The program will consist of classic and current country Western music and comedy. Tuesday the Wagon will travel on to Sibley wednesday to Sheldon thursday to Orange City Friday to Sioux Center and saturday Back to Rock Valley presenting a program in each City every night members of the group appearing in the picture at left Warren Swanson of Del i rapids South Dakota master of Cere monies Velda Van Bercel of Sioux Center seated and standing left to right. Gale Van Engen Rock Valley Berle Franken Primghar Harold Vander Sloat from sub Ley and Arlyn Boon from Hull. Two people not appearing in the Pic Ture Are the Bass player and drummer. The Wagon and team to pull the Wagon is provided by Calvin Mouw of Orange City. There will also be Many members from the various Saddle clubs in the caravan. Approximately seven years ago a Cara Van of Hope made a similar Lour which was organized by Gary Ballou who at thai time was Assoc lated with Kiwa radio station at Sheldon Hope Haven is requesting the support of the Public. 1

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