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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials Ytit i fair to tit met with deeds filed in Sioux county some of the Midwest s finest exhibits of 4-h and Fra livestock projects and 4-h girls Home dec projects will be featured at the 1975 Sioux county 25th anniversary youth fair coming up the first of next week those in charge of fair preparations have announced. The fair offers the Young people participating in the show rings their one big Opportunity of the year to let their fellow club members their rela Tives neighbors and friends see the Caliper of their projects which they show with meticulous care and Pride. More important to these Young people than the ribbons and trophies and placings they receive is the recognition they get from people particularly the seriously expressed comments that let them know All their work and Effort is duly appreciated As Well As acknowledged. This is one of the reasons it is important that All Sioux count ians concerned about Young people attend the fair and View the exhibits watch the judging be aware of the expertise of the showmen. And when outstanding work and performance is noted let the Young person hear your encouraging and appreciative words. Readers will note by the Page 1 Story on the 1975 youth fair that it features an event packed program of wide variety. There truly is some thing of interest for everyone. A particularly Fine variety music and comedy program has been scheduled for 7 . Tuesday August 5, under sponsorship of the fair Board and it is free to the Public. See details in Page 1 Story. Members of the fair Board Are convinced this program will have wide Appeal for persons of All Ages. A special feature at this program which always holds wide Appeal is the crowning of the 1975 youth fair Queen to be selected by a combination of popular vote at the Fairgrounds Mon Day and tuesday and a judging by a committee which took place following recent interviews of the candidates at the Holland House Here. Two Fine cooking demonstrations Are scheduled again this year featuring Kelly Peterson. The first is set for 2 . Tuesday August 5, and the second for 7 30 . Wednesday August 6. Those who like the excitement of Stock car racing will have the Opportunity to see a Fine pro Gram of this Type at Sioux Speedway adjacent to the Fairgrounds at 8 . Wednesday August 6, under sponsorship of the Jaycees. At 7 30 . On monday evening August 5, 115 4-h club girls will Model garments they have made at the annual Sioux county dress revue. Of particular interest to children will be the children s theatre scheduled for 2 30 . Mon Day at the Fairgrounds and the children s film festival which will take place at 6 45 . Wednesday August 6. The members of the fair Board Extension staff the Junior fair Board and special 4-h committees Are to be congratulated for putting to Gether another outstanding program this year. These people Are named in the Page one fair Story it is fitting that we All make special mental note of who they Are and when the Opportunity arises let them know that their efforts also Are appreciated and acknowledged. Good youth fairs Are not just happenstance. They develop out of Well Laid and Well executed plans involve Many Many hours of Volunteer work on the part of Many conscientious people. The least those of us on the sidelines can do is make them aware that Wear a aware and duly grateful. By the Way Don t forget to invite your out of town relatives and friends to the fair. They la enjoy it too in your Faith & mine by Tom Westfall i m him Home Sweet Home my wife got Back last week from a trip East. As she walked through the door she sighed a great sigh of Contentment. Of it s Good to be Home she exulted. Most of us know that feeling. Nothing on Earth can bestow greater satisfaction than returning Home after an extended absence. It s great to travel to go places and see things. But no Scenic Vista no alluring exotic port no thrill and excitement of strange places can match the exquisite pleasure of coming Home. And it s no wonder. Home spells love and sharing. It s Here we enjoy the closest Dearest relationships life affords. Here we Are accepted As we Are in no other place. Home provides an atmosphere of Security and Comfort unlike anywhere else. The harsher realities of life give Way before the enchantment of familiar surroundings and the restless heart finds peace. Home can be the nearest thing to heaven on this Earth. But despite this the trend is for fewer and fewer Homes and More and More temporary relationships. Social scientists forecast the eventual doom of Home and family unless the trend is reversed. This would be an unthinkable tragedy. Without Loving Hornes in which our children can be nurtured How can this or any nation stand it seems to me the combined resources of government Community and Church should be aimed at building Quality Home life. Somehow we be got to reinforce the sagging structures of family life. People must once again see the family As the chief architect of a stable society. I believe the Church can be the most important regenerator of family life because it is Here we Best learn How to love. And in the final analysis it is Lack of real love which destroys family life. Sioux Cowry court House news Hooyer. Terrance j. Top with his attorney Edward l. Mitchell entered a plea of guilty before judge Davis on july 24. Trial Date was set for october 14 at 9 30 . Donald j. Dirksen of Ireton has been found guilty of of Maui. Defendant was sentenced to serve 12 months in the Sioux county jail which term is suspended and he is placed on probation to alcoholism counsel and education Center of Sioux county for a period of 12 months. No new License is to be issued for in indefinite period of time Appeal Bond is set at $1,000. Nelson Vollink of Rock Valley was found guilty of of Maui and was sentenced to 6 months in the Sioux county jail but his sentence is sus Pended during his Good behaviour and he is placed on probation for 6 months to the alcoholism counsel ing & education Center of Sioux county. No new License is to be issued for an indefinite period of time. Appeal Bond is set at $1,000 information was filed in District court charging Simon David Kling Hagen with of Maui. He appeared be fore judge Davis with his attorney Orville a. Hames on july 24. Defendant entered a plea of guilty to the charges and he was sentenced to 6 months in the Sioux county jail which term was suspended during defendants Good behaviour and he is placed on probation to alcoholism counselling & education Center for Sioux county. No new License is to be issued for an indefinite period of time. Appeal Bond is set at $1,000. Robert Wayne deeds of Sheldon was found guilty of of Maui and was committed for treatment of alcohol ism to the state mental health Institute of Cherokee. Upon his re lease he will be on probation to the Sioux county alcoholism counselling and education Center for 6 months or less As prescribed. Information was filed in District court charging Leonard Gaylord with the crime of rape. He entered a plea ber 14 91975 s s6t for oct in i i judgment was entered in Small claims court against Arlin j. Vander Wilt in favor of de Jong Oil & repair inc. In the amount of $150.00 with interest and costs of this action. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Richard Baackes of Rock Valley in the amount of $430.50 with interest and costs in favor of r. Samani . Of Sioux Center. Final reports have been filed in the following estates and they Are now closed. Estate of Benjamin Voetberg estate of . Peck estate of Gertie de groot estate of Benjamin Bonestroo estate of Chris Tine h. Reimers estate of Charles r. Mulder. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against United Farmers inc., in the amount of $152.50 with interest and costs in favor of Agri quip mfg. Inc. Judgment in Small claims court was entered against James Lokhorst of Rock Valley in the amount of $203.20 with interest and costs in favor of Community memorial hos Pital of Sheldon. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Dennis j. Folk Ema of Alton in the amount of $250.00 with interest and costs in favor of Northwestern state Bank of Orange City. \ of tatar if coff judgment was entered in Small claims court against Richard Van Voorst of Matlock in the amount of $501.35 with interest and costs in favor of Community memorial hos Pital of Sheldon. The last will and testament of Gerrit w. Hulstein late of Sioux Cen ter was admitted to probate. Helen Hulstein Wilmer Hulstein Glen Hul Stein and Roland Hulstein were appointed executors without Bond. The last will and testament of Johanna Van Der Linden late of Hull was admitted to probate. Leona j. Hulstein and Clarence de groot were appointed executors without Bond. The last will and testament of Ike Van Klompenberg late of or Ange City was filed for probate. John t. Vna Klompenberg and James l. Van Klompenberg were appointed executors without Bond. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against plaintiff Larry Wilkinson of Sheldon in the amount of $80.00 with interest and costs in favor of Leroy Rohde red Boyden Iowa. The last will and testament of Hermina l. Bergsma late of Ireton was filed for probate. Edna b. Mas ton was appointed executor without Bond. A judgment was entered in Small claims court against Lyle j. Klein of Sioux Center in the amount of $589.10 with interest and costs in favor of Mark Hooyer of Sioux Cen ter. Judgment was also entered against Dan Van done of Sioux Center and Jake rus of Hawarden in the amount of $589.10 each with interest and costs in favor of Mark new cars ii Sioux county 32 3rd Center Iowa 51250 Roy m. Gardner editor Roy m. & Mary Louise Gardner publishers published every wednesday 2nd class postage paid at Sioux Center Iowa. new autos Quad state industries Orange City Chevrolet. Bruce or Rosolia Vosburg Gran Ville Buick. Robert d. Horstman Inwood Chevrolet. John r. Vanderzwaag Hull Frod. Martin or Everdene Docter boy den Ford. Arnold reekers Hull Chevrolet. Gary b. Snyder Granville Chev Rolet. Bertha Vander Berg Sioux Center Cadillac. Gerald Mouw Sioux Center Ford Art or Anna Kruizenga Sioux Center Mercury. Wyand or Loretta Hegeman or Ange City Chevrolet. Gerrit de Zeeuw Sioux Center Chevrolet. Peter w. Hofmeyer Hospers Chev Rolet. Harlan or Phyllis de Haan Orange City Mercury. Gerrit Harskamp Sioux Center . Henrich or Marilyn Kraayenbrink Sioux Center Ford. Gerald or Virginia Moothart Hawarden Oldsmobile. Dort College Sioux Center Dodge. James a. Or Betty l. Vos Sioux Center Chevrolet. Stanley or Nancy Lammers Sioux Center Chevrolet. David Groeneweg Orange City National news paid no sushi int Minin t97s notice i i i d io9 buyin9 tation and of ice will close at 1 00 . On wednesday August 6 for the remainder of the Day to permit the employees to attend the 4-h youth fair. Subscription rates in Sioux county 1 yr.,$5,50 2, $10 outside county 1 yr.,%6.502, $12 15c a single copy official City & county paper Farmers Coop society Sioux Centeria. Edna Mouw & is to Paul d. Den Herder l 17, College addn., Sioux Center $1. Gilbert Jansen extra to Thomas Bouwman & of is 28, 29 & 30, blk 3, Park addn., Rock Valley $9800 Adrianna g. Stephens & is to ber Nard Doppenberg & of it l 4 & l 3, blk 37, South addn., Orange City$1. Walter Post & of to Darwin Post pts /4 33-96-46$. Walter Post & of to Warren Post it new /4 33-96-46$. Walter Post & of to Deanna Van Zee Etal new be a 28-96-46 $1. John p. Westra & of to Henrietta Westra it s a so /4 11-97-45 $1. Henrietta Westra & is to John p. Westra it s a so a & it s /2 be a 11 97-45 $1. Clarence m. Heuer & of to Randy Heuer Etal Wiz so /4 34-96-47 $1. Lorraine Mercer & is to Margaret Wennblom s use i & pts a 8-96 47 $1. Margaret Wennblom sol to Lor Raine Mercer n use a 8-96-47 $1. Pearl Mulder to Kenneth Bloemen Daal & of pts a be a 2-95-45 $1. Russell Vanpeursem to Veryl de Gooyer it l 4 & l 5, Aud plat of it of s use a 8-94-45, Mau Rice $12,000. Leonard r. Nyhof & of to Nyhof turf & Trail inc. It l 4 & parcel c in l 3, Aud sub of e use a 32-96-45, Sioux Center $1. Cornelius Moerman & of to her Bert Schreur l 1, blk 1, Moerman Broek addn., Sioux Center $1. Preston Moerman & of to Herbert Schreur l 1, blk 1, Moerman Broek addn., Sioux Center $1. Theodore e. Homan & of to John d. Rus of is 11 & 12, blk 15, Alton $1. Pontiac. John e. Kempema Rock Valley Ford. Vicki Strubbe Hawarden Ford. Daniel Hoogendoorn Rock Valley Ford. Ravina Kaemingk Sioux Center Chevrolet. Steven w. Cox Hawarden Chev Rolet. New trucks Arthur Buyert Sioux Center Ford. Robert Wolfswinkel & of to Henry John Driesen & of l 10, blk 3, Bouma s add. Hull $1. Grace Van Bochove sol to Irene h. Blumhagen Etal it e one a 18-96 44 $1. Robert d. Huisman & of to Lyle b. Ten Haken & of Pool 1, n. Sioux Center $1. James j. Klein & of to Ronald Budden & of Pool 5, Granville $1. Donald g. De Boer Etal to Robert l. Van t Hul & of it is 11 & 12 & it vac Street blk 4, vacated plat of Highland Park addn., Hull $1. Ruth l. Schwarz Etal to Norbert Budden is 4 & 5, Kass addn., Gran Ville $1. Kay Vanotterloo & is to Robert a. Kaufman & of it l 1, blk 4, Aud rpt of be /4 & e a swv4 21-97-46 Rock Valley $1. J. K. Hansen & of to Dwayne l. Bauder & of it Douglas sub Rock Valley $1. Dick Bleyenberg or. & of to de Haan & of pts a be /4 32-96 45, Sioux Center $1. William Kuipers & of to Laverne o. Sheldahl & of it l 15, blk 32 in sub of ol2, Hull $1. Florence c. Miller sol to Edwin Ludwig & of l 5, blk 3, Morningside addn., Hawarden $1. Fred Lauthers & of to Blanche Lauthers w a new /4 14-95-43 $1. Fred Lauthers & of to Fred Lau thers e a new /4 14-95-43 $1. Adeline a. Jungers sol to Sophia k. Auchstetter it is 11 & 12, blk 24, first addn., Hospers $1. Stanton t. Altena & of to Evan h. Van Putten & of l 25, morning Side i Sioux Center $1. Henry e. Bonestroo & of to John Broek & of it is 3 & 4, blk 5, Davidson s addn., Hull $1. Sioux electric Coop assn., or Ange City International. David i. Huisman Alton Chevrolet. Gordon Van Wye Ireton Chev Rolet. Duane Van Wye Ireton Chev Roblet. Severt Van Berkel Sioux Center Chevrolet. Alvin Kooiker Boyden Ford Bernard w. Jungers Hospers Chevrolet. Everett Friman Rock Valley Ford. Wednesday july 30, 1975 the Sioux Center news Page 2 Gregory or Mikell Mouw Sioux Center Chevrolet. Wayne h. Tegrotenhuis Rock Valley Chevrolet. Randall Lee or la Rae Toel Ireton Ford. M a i t b u mrs marriage licenses marriage licenses this week in Sioux county _ _ Richard e. Townsend 33, Green Bay wis. Carol a. De Ruyter 30 Sioux Falls . Michael e. Vanotterloo 21, or Ange City Elaine j. Tebrink 18, Orange City. Joseph Lee Degen 20, Hawarden Dianne m. Eric Stan 18, Hawarden. Mark Edward Meis 20, Granville Judith Mae Reichle 20, Alton. Nit schedules custodian classes the adult education division of Northwest Iowa technical College Sheldon announces the 1975-76 educational classes for the Northwest Iowa custodian engineers starting wednesday aug. 6, from 7 30 to 10 0p . In the nit construction trades building room 102. A total of 10 educational classes will be held meeting on the first wednesday of each month through May 5, 1976. The enrolment fee for the program is $15.00. The classes Are being made Ava Labh through the cooperative training pro Gram of maintenance buildings and grounds Northwest Iowa technical College and the Iowa association of custodians and assistants chapter no 39. With Jerry e. Matthes As instruct or / coordinator. Those who enrol in the program will upgrade their present knowledge in the latest techniques of using equip ment material and supplies to main Tain buildings and grounds. Saloan to build a dream on do you have a stay at Home dream to buy a Home. To build a Home. To improve your Home. Share your dream with us and in return Well give you a realistic financial plan. To make that dream come True. On the most convenient terms possible our wide awake Bank will provide the Money you need mortgage or loan. And that s the s Tuff dreams Are really made of. The wide awake Bank wakes it All so easy. Helping is our business feb first National Bank in Sioux Center each depositor i to a Foill Indium Sci coi Ommo

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