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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaWashington understands livestock men s problem Iowa delegation is convinced another Iowa cattlemen s representation this contingent headed by gov. Rob Ert r. Ray met with u. S. Dept. Of Agri culture officials in Washington d. C., on 4 monday for additional discussions regard ing the financial plight which the cattle feeders and hog producers Are facing at present. A 45-Mlnute meeting was held in Secre tary Earl l. Butz office. Butz told newsmen after the meeting that the Midwest livestock producer is not being ignored by Washington. Among topics discussed were the controversial farm credit Bill which is now packers to Host Lemars saturday the Sioux Center packers making one last bid to overhaul league leading Remsen entertain the Lemars orioles at 8 00 . Saturday night. Sioux Center got Back into the thick of the race by winning All three of it s games this past week including a hard fought 4-1 win Over Remsen. In that game Remsen took a 1-0 Lead in the third inning. The packers tied it in the 6th on a double by Dave Bomgaars. It stayed that Way until the 8th inning when Greg Beer Nink led off with a single and one out later Ken Bahrke slammed a Home run Over the left Field Fence and that was the Ball game. Beernink singled Home an insurance run in the 9th. Bruce Lubach pitching his finest game of the season limited Remsen to 6 hits striking out 10 batters and Rais ing his season record to 6-2. On saturday night after spotting Prim pending in Congress Export and import situations and relaxation of the u. S. Dept of agriculture beef grading which would lower the standards of the Choice Grade to cover meats presently graded As High Good gov. Ray arranged the Washington meeting so Federal authorities could have a better understanding of the Long Range Impact on the nation s Consumers if Many of our livestock producers Are forced out of business. It is terribly important that those who help Chart Federal economic policy know first hand from our people what is Hap pening in the Midwest Ray said. Gear 2 runs in the first inning the packers scored at least 1 run in each of the first 5 innings and coasted to an easy 14-4 win. A big 6 run second inning did most of the damage As the game was called in the 7th inning because of the 10 run Rule. Dave Bomgaars continued to swing hot bats As he collected 3 doubles and a single in five attempts. He is now batting 426, Good for second place in the league be Hunt Sloan s Don Robinette who is hitting 433. Tim Pomerenke won his first game for the packers pitching 6 innings. Bill Lubach finished up. On tuesday night Sioux Center travel de to Rock Valley and came Home with a convincing 13-2 packers pounded out 14 hits 3 each by Greg Beernink and Dave Mulder. Gene Bartels collected two including a Home run. Bruce Lubach ran his pitching record to 7-2 with a two hit performance Strukl Ngout 15 hitters. The 10-run Rule also ended this game in the 7th inning. The packers Are now in an identical position with on Awn for second place both with 8-4 records while Remsen is in first place with a slim half game Lead at 9-4. To family sized savings on Fine foods Hershey chocolate syrup 16 01. Com 3 for $1 triple Pak pringles 9c family size tide Box $2.79 fresh Santa Rosa plums in. 39 Shu fresh Orange or Raspberry sherbet 69 Calif. 99t sliced or chunk Bologna. 79 Chrome reverse proven Over the years to be the finest custom reverse wheel made. Manufactured by Keystone in the . To rigid Quality control standards for american Road and strip vehicles. Features the finest Chrome plating Money can buy. Only new . Components used. No. Seconds or reworks plus the Benefit of full disc Brake application. Art a. It among Lowans in monday s delegation to Washington wore John soorholtz Meh Bourne hog firmer and past president of the Iowa pork producers association Paul Hofer Dewitt hog producer and Prosl Dent of Iowa pork producers association Ron Gerber Algona cattle feeder and president of the Kossuth county cattle men s association and Waldo Monsen Clinton president of Iowa cattlemen s association. Gov. Ray said in support of the pro posed farm credit Bill the Bill might help some of the Farmers stay in business and would help the Young Farmer particularly. Obituary mrs. Charles Steinfort funeral services will be held at the Dow funeral Home in Hawarden at 10 30 . July 11 for mrs. Charles Stenfort 82, of Orange City who died july 8 at the Sioux Center Hospital. Services will be conducted by elders we. Van Voorst and Bert Harskamp of the Netherlands reformed Church of Sluus Center and burial will be in Grace Hill cemetery at Hawarden. Mrs. Stenfort. The former Gertie Talsma was born november 3, 1891, in the Netherlands. She was married to Charles Stenfort february 11, 1914, in Sioux county. She had resided in the Hawarden area until moving to a farm North of Orange City two years ago. Survivors include the widower a daughter mils Minnie Stenfort of o Range City. Community hts Munsen stated that our association has endorsed the Bill but Only with the stipulation that the Money goes to the right people cattle and hog producers and not outside interests. Gerber predicted the Bill probably would help less than five per cent of the cattle feeders in Iowa. Gerber added i m not in favor of helping the outside investor or the feeder who held his cattle to 1,500 Sec. Butz told the delegation that i had favored the Bill earlier and Haven t tried to adjust that thinking. Home on sunday after visiting the Peter Verrips and other relatives in the area. Mrs. Sjogren is the former Anna Pearl ver rips of Sioux Center. Or. And mrs. Elmer Kool were hosts at a picnic supper at their Home saturday evening. Guests were group managers District managers and distributors of the Conklin company and their wives. Randy Naiema and David de Boom of Lynden wash., returned Home on sat urday via motorcycles after visiting with relatives and friends in the area. Enro Ute Home they visited the Black Hills and Yellowstone. Or. And mrs. Clifford de Boom and family of Lynden wash., have returned Home after visiting their respective Parent relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Henry Langstraat from Phoenix ariz., and or. And mrs. Wilbur Langstraat Jana and Kurt from Lynden wash., returned to their respective Homes on sunday morning after visiting with the Case Langstraat and Art Plum families and other relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Harry Prins have returned Home from a fishing trip in Northern Minnesota. Legal notice admissions july 2--Bernle Moss Hull mrs. We. Do Boer Rock Valley mrs. John Meendering Hull. July 4-mrs. Teunis Van Voorst Sioux Center mrs. Harvey Bailey Doon. July 5-mrs. Dick Fedders Hawarden mrs. Nick Goolker Hull mrs. Albert Bak Ker Hull Donna Reuter Rock Valley. July 6-Trlntje regnerus Sioux Center Gerlt Van Engen Sioux Center. July 8-Jane Eva Boeyink Sioux Cen ter Alvon Bonestroo Hull. Dismissals july 2-mrs. Art Hulsten. Sioux Center july 3-mrs. Gerlt Kats and daughter Rock Valley. July 4-Ernest Mulder Sioux Center. July 5--mrs. Steve Vanotterloo Sioux Center. July 6-mrs. Leonard de Salt. Hull mrs. Albert Bakker Doon mrs. Cornelius Kleyweg Sioux Center mrs. Eugene state a and Ion. Rock Valley mrs. Dan Utesch and son Akron. July a mrs. Gerlt Van Donkelaar Sioux Center Donna Reuter Rock Valley Berle Moss Hull mrs. Ted Feekes and son Rock Valley. New arrivals or. And mrs. Dan Utesch Akron a son. And mrs. Eugene Statema Rock -1 july 2. Or. Valley a son july 3. Or. And mrs. Ted. W. Feekes Rock Val Ley a son july 4. Or. And mrs. Wayne Schut Sioux Cen ter a son july 8. John Vohid 1201 if Taofo. Nock Volley lows hew Olf iut pm Benaim Ulm i thursday july 11, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 3 mrs. Nolller motor from grind rapids. Mich., spent a week with relatives hero. She came to so nor Mother mrs. Mall Pard. In the local Hospital nursing Wing. She returned Homo sunday. On july 4 she accompanied or. And mrs. Leonard do Kruyf and mrs. Pearl Mulder to Mitch Ell. . To spend the Day with the Henry i Mlo Doma family. Or. And mrs. Donald Kulken from la verneminn., were sunday evening guests in the Harold Kukon Homo. Leora Poko Dor from Platto s.d., spent the week end Here visiting her sister and husband or. And mrs. Bert Beuzekom. Or. And mrs. . Vande Berg have moved into the local Hospital nursing Wing. Rev. And mrs. Dave so Keoma and daughter loft saturday to return Homo to st. Paul minn., following a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Harvey ver Moor. The Rev. And mrs. Salh Mou Hollaar of Prairie View kan., wore guests Juno 30 of Rev. And mrs. g. Tor Maat. Or. And mrs. Nornel Lui Janson of wis Consin rape of wis., visited in the Rev. g. Tor Maat Home hero monday. Or. And mrs. Vernor e. Sjogren and family of Fullerton Calif., win return saturday july 13 8 p. M. Old lighted Field Sioux Center Sioux Center packers versus Lemars . Adults 50ch.s. Students 50c under High school age free parents toll your kids about this i open gym recreation this summer. Twice a week in the District court of state of Iowa in and for Sioux county in the matter of the estate of Gerlt John leu link Dechaud. Probate no. 10,506 notice of appointment of administrator and notice to creditors to All persons interested in the estate of Gerlt John Leusink deceased you Are hereby notified that on the 2nd Day of july 1974, the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby Given that All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment to the unders Lyneil and creditors having claims against mid mate shall file them with the clerk of the above named District court As provided by Law duly authenticated for allowance and unless so filed six months from the second publication of this notice unless otherwise allowed or paid Luch Calmi shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 2nd Day of july. 1974. Genivieve leu link administrator of said estate. Tepaske and Evans attorneys for said administrator Sioux Center Iowa. Date of Yacond publication Isth Day of july tuesdays & thursdays Community school gym the doors open at 7 p. M. Activity will be supervised. And the sponsored by recreations & arts Council Small Wonde America s Ling compacts come from Plymouth. Plymouth duster duster sticker priced less than vow super Beetle datsun610, Mazda rx-3, and Mustang ii. It s True Plymouth ouster carries a lower sticker Price than All of those other Economy cars. But duster offers a lot More. Read on you la see. In recent Sac tests duster s slant 6 got better Gas mileage on the open Road than the Nova and Maverick 6. And in City driving even got slightly better mileage than the 4-Cylinder Mustang ii. The tests were sanctioned and results certified by the . Auto club. All of which proves that duster s an Economy car superstar. Duster seats 5, not 4. Easy Small car parking and handling. Some Small cars Only seat 4 people. But our duster carries 5. A trunk larger than Pinto and Vega combined. Duster not Only gives you room inside. It gives you room out Back too. Over 19 cubic feet of trunk space. Comparable to Many larger cars. Electronic ignition Standard. Virtually eliminates costly ignition tune . Ouster does t forget that it s a compact offering Small car Maneule ability. It s big inside but Small outside. In 73 Plymouth took Over the Lead in Vijai i compact car sales Viand still is no. 1. Lajb with so much going for them Small wonder that America s no. 1 Selling com pacts come from Plymouth. And that s the Way we mean to keep it. Come in and let us show you what we mean. Author wild of Ealah see is for eight great Small car buys. Vos motor sales pm. 722-3396 Sioux Canter
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