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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaIt t 25th Timi mity Tivitt this Yutt youth fair opens Here on August 4 1975 Sioux county youth fair schedule monday. August 4 9 . To 12 noon entering of girls Home dec. Exhibits. Swine must be in by 9 30 . And advanced cattle feeder projects must be weighed in at the trl state Sale barn Between 9 30 . And 10 . Beginning cattle feeding projects Lead calves must be in Between 9 30 . And 2 . Sheep and Dairy projects must be in by 12 noon. Science mechanics arts poultry and t rabbits must be in Between 10 . And 3 . 10 . To 8 .--Ballotlng for fair Queen. 2 30 .-Chlldren s theatre. ? 30 . Dress revue. Tuesday August 5 crops and Garden projects must be in place by 8 . 10 . To 5 .--Ballotlng for fair Queen. 10 .-Blcycle Rodeo. 2 00 . Cooking demonstration featuring mrs. Kelly Peterson represent ing the Iowa beef Industry Council sponsored by the Sioux county electric cooperative and the Sioux county cattle feeders association. 7 00 .-Varlety show featuring West Harrison Lake View telecaster fam ily gospel Tearh and the Harmona is Harmonica quintet free to Public Coro nation of 1975 youth fair Queen. 9_00 .--Square dance Lowell Schaa caller. Wednesday August 6 6 45 .-Chlldren s film festival. 7 30 . Cooking demonstration featuring mrs. Kelly Peterson. 8 00 . Stock car races at Sioux Speedway under sponsorship of Sioux Center Jaycees. T thursday August 7 release of livestock exhibits by 8 . And release of other exhibits by 10 . 9 00 . Begin weighing projects to be sold sheep Swine beef advanced cattle feeders in order named. 9 30 .-4-h and Fra livestock auction. 9 00 . Teen dance stack there will be a Swine carcass show at John Morrell & co. Plant in Sioux Falls at 8 . Friday August 8, and a beef carcass show there on saturday August 9.iliinniiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiniiihiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiii. . Nil is this sound effects comedian will be featured at variety show Sioux county youth fal goers who take in the free comedy and musical variety show sponsored by the far boards at the local Fairgrounds at 7 . On tuesday August 5, will see one of the world s Best known sound effects men in action. He is Wes Harrison of Chicago who can imitate the sound of almost anything and is so talented both in sound effects and comedy that he continued on Back Page Date 7-22 7-23 7-24 7-25 7-26 7-27 7-28 weather report High Low 85 88 85 83 96 96 91 6168 60 51 61 63 63. Total precipitation 0 .04 .65 0 0 0. 0_ .69 Wes Harrison local bicycle registration scheduled saturday aug.2 a bicycle registration will be con ducted at the municipal building Here saturday August 2, under sponsor ship of the Jaycees. Registration hours Are 9 . To 12 noon and All local bicycle owners Are urged to Register their bikes and obtain special License stickers that will be issued for the Price of 50 cents. The Jaycees also will be passing out Bike books which list 15 Bike safely rules each of which is illustrated with Art work. Those who will be conducting the registration Point out that it is smart to record your bicycle serial number to help you identify it in Case of theft or on All new american made bikes the serial number is on the left rear f Frame end which holds the rear Axle in place. The booklets that will be issued with License stickers offer pointers on learning to ride a bicycle proper fitting and proper maintenance. Paul dousing local Jaycee holds Sample of bicycle License that will be issued to All interested local bicycle owners for 50 cents. Gates will swing open on the 1975 Sioux county youth fair Here monday August 4, and this 4-Day, 25th anniversary affair is expected to be one of the most interesting and entertaining in the history of the event. Final events on the program Are the 4-h and Fra livestock auction set for 9 30 . Thursday August 7, and the teen dance scheduled for that evening at the Fairgrounds starting at 9 . Feature attractions of the fair As always will be the hundreds of 4-h and Fra exhibits of livestock Home dec exhibits displays of various other club projects including science mechanics arts poultry rabbits crops and Garden photography woodworking entomology. Major evening attractions major evening attractions of particular interest to the Public will be the 4-h dress revue at 7 30 . Monday August 4. Featuring the modelling of garments they have made by 115 4-h girls a variety comedy and musical show scheduled for 7 . Tuesday August 5, featuring Wes Harrison or. Sound effects of Chicago the Lake View telecaster a family gospel team and the Harmona is a unique Harmonica quintet composed of a father and his four sons see pictures and related stories and on wednesday evening a gust 6, at 8 ., Stock car races at Sioux Speedway adjacent to the Fairgrounds under sponsorship of the Jaycees. Two cooking demonstrations of particular interest to the ladies will be two cooking demonstrations by Kelly Peterson Home economist representing the Loveva beef Industry Council scheduled for 2 . Tuesday,.August 5, and 7 30 . Wednesday August 6. Numerous door prizes will be awarded. These demonstrations Are sponsored by the Sioux county cooperative electric Assn., Sioux county cattle feeders Sioux county pork producers and Sioux county sheep Assn. See special Story. I other special events other special events on the program include a Square dance at 9 . Tuesday August 5, with Lowell Schaaf As caller a bicycle Rodeo at 10 . Tuesday August 5 a children s theatre at 2 30 . Monday August 4 a children s film festival at 6 45 . Wednesday August 6 a greased pig contest at 5 . Tuesday August 5 a 4-h dog show at 4 . Wednesday. August 6. There will be a building full of commercial exhibits and Booths at the Fairgrounds of particular interest to the Public. A Large variety of agricultural equipment and machinery will also be on display at the grounds. The 1975 youth Fairqueen will be crowned at the tuesday even ing variety show. There Are 18 4-h club members of the county seeking the title this year. Trie Public will participate in the selection of the Queen through balloting at the Fairgrounds on monday and tuesday. Deadline for casting a ballot will be 5 . Tuesday. 18 candidates for Queen the candidates for Queen Are Sheryl Kooi daughter of or. And mrs. Bill Kooi of Ireton Renae Schlumbohm daughter of or. And mrs. Daryl Schlumbohm of Ireton Linda Wielenga daughter of or. And mrs. Louis n. Wielenga of Orange City Sandy Brunsting Daugh ter of mrs. Ted Brunsting of Hull Marlene Wielenga daughter of or. And mrs. James Wielenga of Boyden Luellyn Kaemingk daughter of or. And mrs. Arnold Kaemingk of Orange City Ladonna Meyer daughter of or. And mrs. Wilfred Meyer of Hull Julie Starkenberg daughter of or. And mrs. Leo Starkenburg of Boyden Rhonda Klein daughter of or. And mrs. Ronald Klein of Maurice Dawn Tebrink daughter of or. And mrs. Dick Tebrink of Alton Denise Blankers daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Blankers of Hospers Mary Koets daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Koets of Orange City Connie Smits daughter of or. And mrs. John Smits of Maurice Linda Doornink daughter of or. And mrs. James Doornink of Orange City Deb Kraayenbrink daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Kraayenbrink of Sioux Center Heidi Woudstra daughter of or. And mrs. Leroy Woudstra of Orange City Mary Kosters daughter of or. And mrs. John j. Kosters of Sioux Center and Janice Rozeboom Daugh ter of or. And mrs. Gerrit h. Rozeboom of Sioux Center. Six different groups of people have been deeply involved in preparations for the 1975 youth fair. These include the fair Board the Junior Board of directors the county 4-h Council the county 4-h committee the county Extension staff and the vocationally instructors and Fra directors of the county. Members of the fair Board Are Volney Rolston president of Shel Don Elrich Vermeer vice president of Sioux Center mrs. Lloyd Vanroekel Secretary treasurer of Orange City and directors Jacob Moss of Hull Milt Pennings of Orange City Irwin Van beek of Sioux Center Lammert Roetman of Hospers Dale Kock of Rock Valley Ron Muth of Ireton Doug de Graaf of Rock Valley Arie Koele of Sheldon Larry Bloemendaal of Alton and Daryl Schlumbohm of Ireton. Members of the Junior fair Board Are Darwin Sneller of Orange continued on Back Page this is the family gospel team known professionally As Lake View Tele casters that will present a program of gospel music at he free variety show p/18 ?. A he Mai a evening entertainment attractions at the-1975 Sioux county youth fair scheduled for 7 . Tuesday August 5. Volume 82 no. 31 wednesday july 30, 1975 Sioux Center Iowa two cooking demonstrations on fair program aug. 5-6 two meat cooking demonstrations will again be one of the major events of the annual Sioux county youth fair program Here. The cooking sessions open to the Public without charge Are scheduled for 2 . Tuesday August 5, and 7 30 . Wednesday August 6. Serving As the demonstrator will be Home economist Kelly fee Peter son of Ames representing the Iowa beef Industry Council. Sponsors of the cooking demonstrations will be Sioux electric cooperative association Sioux county cattle feeders association Sioux county pork producers and Sioux county Lamb producers. Mrs. Peterson plans to prepare beef horse d oeuvres barbeque ing beef Swiss canapes slow cooker meatballs hot German potato salad Garden beef kabobs London Broil and Hobo beef dinners. The dishes prepared at the Demon stration s will be Given away along with Many other valuable prizes of beef pork and Iamb. Kelly fee Peterson 115 4-h girls to Model garments at dress revue the american Beauty the 1975 Sioux county dress revue will be held at 7 3p . Monday aug.4, at the local Fairgrounds. The girls will Model garments they have constructed during their 4h clothing year in the 4h Demonstranti super Meritt to a twin operation thursday lion Hall reports Rhonda Rosenboom Extension Home economist. Judging will be done at the prelim Inary revue held two weeks before the fair. The participants Are judged on continued on Back Page downtown Woodland open House set downtown Woodland Sioux Center s new supermarket located in the extensively remodeler former Mouw motors building at 1245 in. Main Avenue will hold Public open House from 7 . To 9 . Wednesday july 30, and will open to business at 8 . Thursday july 31, manager Lee Muilenburg has announced. The store is owned by Russell Vande Brake of Orange City. There will be registration for free door prizes at the open House and free cookies and Coffee will be served along with ice Cream Cones. There will be free balloons for the kiddies. Operating hours for the new store which will feature a full line of groceries and fresh and Frozen meats will be from 8 . To 9 . Monday thru saturday. Manager of the meat department under lease to Van Engen Brothers Floyd and Bob of Sioux Center will be John Calkhoven a local Butcher of Lona experience. Other members of the staff will be Mary Hof land Janna Dejong and Jim Calkhoven. The lat ter will assist with stocking shelves and with carry out. The store will feature Many different brands. It will be supplied on the grocery end principally through a wholesale House at Laurens. Fresh meat will be supplied daily by Sioux land processing and lockers of Sioux Center. The store s parking lot is located immediately South of the store. Entry is from the front and outgoing traffic will emerge through the Alley at the Back of the store. Funeral service held for John d. Overweg 67 pm Muilenburg manager of Sioux Center s new downtown Woodland has extended an invitation to All local residents to attend the store s open House scheduled for 7 . To 9 . Wednesday july 30. Funeral services were held at cent ral reformed Church Here at 2 . July 28 for John d. Overweg 67, of Sioux Center who died july 24 at the Sioux Center Community Hospi Tal. Services were conducted by the Rev. Robert Huizenga and burial was in Valley View cemetery at Rock Valley. Or. Overweg was born at new hoi land.., april 7, 1908. He married Hattle Voetberg. Survivors include the widow thre sons Denis of Rock Valley John of Modesto calif., and Donal of Palm Beach three . John Anna Hilt of Canton ., John Hariet Vande Kieft of Maun ice and mrs. Darwin Marlene Kats of Orange City three Brothers Ger Ritt of stickney.., Maynard of White Lake ., and Burl of Pierre Two Sisters mrs. Herb Lemke of Pierre and mrs. Jake Droge of Stickney 24 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Christian school office closed july 31 through August 15 the of f ice of the local Christian school will be closed from thursday july 31, through Friday August 15, reports principal Robert guis. To and his family will travel to Michigan where he will attend a work shop at Calvin College the first week and the National Union of Christian schools convention at Hope College the second week. Guis will be in his off ice again on August 18. Declines Call members of Bethel Christian re formed Church were informed Sun Day thai their pastor the Rev. Henry Vanden Heuvel has declined the Call he had received from Faith Christian reformed Church at grand rapids Mich

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