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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1975, Sioux Center, Iowa Corner motor Supply business in City a business which is to be in operation by late summer has been formed under a partnership com posed of de Dokter and Roger Dyk Stra of Sioux Center. It will be known As Corner motor Supply will wholesale retail Amer ican parts and will offer a Complete head rebuilding service for cars trucks and tractors. Only certain specially service be retailed the balance will be sold to dealers. A Cement Block and steel building 50 x 80 it. In size is under construction on a 117 x 150 it. Lot which Dokter and Dykstra t purchased from Ken Douma. The property is located immediately North of the coast to coast store on n. First Avenue . The building will have a West front but parking will be on the South Side where a service Entrance will be located. Roger Dykstra is currently in trucking. has been associated the past year with Len Nyhof in the operation of Nyhof turf and Trail. Roger Dykstra and de Dokter Sioux Center Iowa wednesday june 4, 1975 volume 82 number 23 Aea administrator expected to be announced soon nearly45 applications for the position of area in education Agency administrator who will head up the Aea program for Sioux Lyon o Brien and Osceola counties have been received by the Aea Board. Six of the applicants selected by. The Board from the list were interviewed Here last week and three More of the applicants will be inter viewed by the 7-member Board at its june 4 meeting Here. The Board s Choice to replace Duane has resigned Asad mini Strator to accept another Posi Tion is expected to be announced shortly. The area in education Agency will official by take Over the responsibilities and duties formerly handled by county boards of Educa Tion on july 1. The Aea Headquarters will be established in the Public High school building on main Avenue Here As soon As the building is vacated and some minor modifications Are made. Summer Reading program opens june 9. The Public Library summer read ing program for children who have just completed grades one through six will begin monday june 9 and run through saturday july 26. Those eligible May Register any time during that period. " " stickers of knights and princesses will be awarded for books read each Reader will also have a Flag hich will be advanced toward a Castle. The object is to read your Way into the youngsters participating Are expected to read 10 books of their own closing but each by a different author. Each child is encouraged to select books suitable to his Reading ability and All children of the Community Are urged to participate. A special event to be announced later will Mark the conclusion of the program. Aimo co Row High school staff members Janet Loux Dale Van Der Wilt prom rates up from 5.8 to 7.6 percent Mutual Telephone co. Of Sioux Center announced this week that effective july 1, residential phone rates will be increased from $6.50 if per month to $7, business rates will be upped from $8.50 per month to $9.00 and Rural business rates will be hiked from $7.50 per month to $8. This represents a 7.6 percent in crease in residential rates a 5.8 per cent hike in business rates and a 6.6 percent increase in Rural business rates. Ross k. Vernon manager of Mutual Telephone co., said the increase was made necessary by steadily in creasing operation and maintenance costs. The total additional Revenue will amount to $12,116.00 per year. The company filed a rate increase continued on Back Page Industrial arts building on 1st st. S. Will auction three Public school properties on saturday june 7 the Sioux Center Community school Board of education will sell the present Industrial arts building and the two 2 Small Homes that it owns one on each Side of the Indus trial arts building at Public auction on saturday june 7, at 1 30 . Henry Moret and Kenneth Hul Stein will serve As auctioneers for the i Sale and school Board Secretary Irvin Mouw will act As clerk. The Sale will take place on the Sites on 1st st. S. W., directly South of the Central reformed Church and will get underway promptly at 1 30 . It will be a Public auction and property will be sold first As two plots. The f first plot contains the Industrial arts building and the Small continued on Back Page miss Janet Loux originally from Eagle Grove has been hired As girls physical education instructor at the Sioux Center or. Or. High school for 1975-76. She will be replacing mrs. Connie Schoenberner who has held the position for the past 6 years. Miss Loux is a 1975 graduate of Iowa state University in Ames and this will be her first teaching position her practice teaching was done at Ankeny Iowa. While in High school and College she was Active in athletics and held several positions of leadership both in physical education and athletic areas. In addition to serving As physical education instructor she will be head volleyball coach freshmen girls basketball coach and head girls Golf coach. She will also be the cheer Leader supervisor and sponsor of the Pep club. New math teacher hired another member of the High school staff announced last week is Dale Van Der Wilt of Monroe who will replace Mel Tjeerdsma As head track coach and will teach math he will also handle the Junior High boys basketball program and will serve As assistant coach in High school football. Hulstein reunion june 5 the annual Hulstein family re Union will be held at Central Park in Sioux Center at 7 . Sharp on thursday june 5. A potluck supper will be featured. Vreeman family reunion the annual Vreeman family re Union will be held at children s Park in Sioux Center on tuesday evening june 10, and will feature a potluck picnic supper. Community orchestra meeting wednesday the Dort Community orchestra association will hold a meeting wednesday june 4 at 7 30 p. M. In the Christian school music building. All interested persons Are invited to at tend. Golden age club to meet a meeting of the Sioux Center Golden age club is scheduled for 2 . Monday june 9, at the Public Library basement. The entertain ment theme is i be got a weather report High Low precis 56 55 50 43 42 42 Russell paint Frakt Aan Loaces Supor Market will be established in Mouw motors building on main Avenue Sioux Center is to have a super Market this one privately owned by Russell Vande Brake of Orange City former Sioux Center Ian just As soon As the 60 x 100 Brick building on main Avenue vacated this week by Mouw motor co., can be remodeler furnished and stocked. The store had not been Given a name at the time this Issue of the Sioux Center news went to press tuesday. It will feature a wide Vari Ety of popular brands Vande Brake announced and will have a Complete meat department under lease to or cd Bab Xin Engen. of Sioux and process ing and lockers Here. Van Engels announced that the meat department will be managed by John Calkhoven of Sioux Center a Veteran Butcher with Many years experience. General manager ni1m"rl the general manager of the retail grocery will be Leon Muilenburg 25, a resident of Orange City until two years ago when he accepted a Posi Tion with markers meats in Iowa City Leon and wife and two children have purchased the mrs. Donald j. Dum met Home at 353 second Avenue Southeast and will be moving to Sioux Center within a Short time. Leon s father operated the Abc grocery in Orange City for Many years and Leon gained experience As a grocery Man working for his father. In addition to leasing the Mouw Brick building or. Vande Brake also has leased the 40 x go it. Steel building al the rear of this Structure and this will be used As a warehouse and May also House a Large cooler. Remodelling of the Mouw build ing is under Way with de Stigter Brothers of Sioux Center in charge of the project. The building is to get a front All floor a ceiling panelling on the Walls mostly All fixtures and equipment. It will be i st class super mar Ket of which the Community can be proud said or. Vande Brake. Incidentally or. Vande Brake grew up in Sioux Center moving Here As a lad of.5 with his parents from a nearby farm. He went through Grade school Here and attended High school Here for a time. He moved to Orange City in 1937. He is the owner of the Southside Dis count grocery in Orange City. The meat department in addition to featuring a Complete line of fresh meats cold cuts and Novelty items along with homemade sausages and other Home cured meats will sell quarters and halves Van Engen Brothers announced. This building will serve As warehouse White ribbon baby party is june 6 the annual Sioux Center while ribbon baby party will be held at 2 . Friday june 6, at the Maurice a. Tepaske Home 402 4th ave. N. E., under sponsorship of the Lota Sigma. It previously had been reported the party would be june 3, but the Correct Date is june 6. Children mothers and grand mothers Are invited to attend. Since he baby party was not held last year older babies with their mothers Are urged to come. The tying of the White ribbon signifies that the mothers have a desire to dedicate their children to a life of total abstinence and purity the winners of the u poster contest will also be honoured at the baby party. 110 sign up for arts and crafts program the f i st session of the Summe. Recreation arts and crafts program begins june 9 and runs until june a total of 110 youngsters have signed up for the two sessions. Classes begin at 9 00 . And will end at 11 00 . The second session begins july 7 and ends july 25. Each child is to take their own crayons scissors glue and Pencil. These articles should each be marked with the child s name and should be put in a bag or Box that is also marked with the child s name. Anyone with questions concern continued on Back Page Hope Haven children to present program children of the Hope Haven school i the handicapped at Rock Valley will present a program open to the Public at the Lebanon Chris Tian reformed Church at 7 45 . Thursday june 5. Tsitir spec Clity is gospel music Schiebout Brothers a coming singing group will be featured at Harmony Home Benefit june 7 5-28 5-29 5-30 5-31 6-1 6-2 Tola precipitation .33 a comparatively singing group in Sioux county that has been gaining steadily in popularity since it was formed about 10 months ago is the Schiebout Brothers quartet pictured with their accompanist Carla Mulder of Orange City. Left to right Dan on Maurice 20, baritone John of Orange City 30, Lead Tim of Sioux Center 23, first Tenor and Phil of Orange City 25 Bass. The quartet will be one of the featured musical groups that will participate at 7 30 . Saturday june 7, in the festival of song pro Gram at the Orange City town Hall which will be staged As a Benefit for Harmony youth Home of Rural Orange City. There will be no admission charge but a freewill offering will be taken. Others featured on the program 1 the Genarl Sisters of Springfield s. D., Velda Van Berkel of Sioux Center and witness mixed sex the t of Orange City. The Schiebout Brothers quartet specializes in scared gospel music rehearses once or twice a week plans to make a record album later this year. They scored a big hit at Hie local Talent show held in Sioux Cen Lei a few weeks ago. The show was presented As a Benefit or the Community Center. The Schiebout have appeared on Jroy Riib in several other lows of Northwest Iowa. John Phil and Dan farm with their Idt Lier i red Schiebout of near Maurice and also do construction work during the Winter months. Tim a 1975 graduate of Dort College with a major in physical education will teach p. Act in i t ies at Dort next i min. And will coach Dort s Cross country team in the fall and its Irack learn in tic Spring. The three oldest Brothers Aru mar ried. Pan Sti l l lives al Home. Miss Mulder is also a Dort Grade. Ale and will to Loath inc elementary Rusit al lady Upton minn., next term

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