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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Your Faith & mine to Colp tit Dairyman it to Kolp or solves this is Dairy month a time when we give special thought to the importance of Dairy products to our nutritional needs and the time when we recognize with some sense of thanks the important role which the Dairy Farmers of our area play in the stabilization of our Economy. The Dairy Farmers have had a couple or three pretty Good years but at the present time they have their fingers crossed their brows wrinkled a bit be cause some recent manipulations by the government could if not corrected and soon put them in a Fin Ancial squeeze severe enough to discourage Many dairymen from continuing in milking. The u. S. Government recently permitted Over quota of highly subsidized foreign butter cheese and nonfat dry milk to be dumped on the Domestic Market creating a competitive situation that worked adversely on the u. S. Dairymen. At the same time the government exported vast u. S. Quantities of f feed Grain a step that prompted a Sharp increase in the Price which dairymen must pay for feed. The government action is causing dairymen at least some of them to lose Confidence in Dairying and governmental leadership. In effect All the government actions in recent months have been counter productive. What is the situation regarding Dairy products to Day cheese production is up 20-25 percent Over a year ago but butter is Down 18-20 percent. Nonfat dry milk is Down the same or a bit More. And consumption of fluid milk continues to decrease. At the same time there have been recent declines in prices which the Farmer receives for Dairy products it would seem to us that the Only logical course for the government to take now is to increase milk Price supports. This would tend to level prices improve production incentives and hopefully result in a More orderly marketing of milk and milk products. Such action should work in the Best interests of the Public in the Long run for it would tend to pro vide an adequate and continuing Supply of Dairy pro ducts to Consumers at reasonable prices while pro Viding fair prices to producers. If milk prices Start slipping further and if farm expenses do not decrease we could see another exodus of Dairy Farmers and in due time a shortage of Dairy products. This would be tragic. It would result in a situation where families and particularly lower income families would be forced to do without Dairy products so essential to Good nutrition and health. June is a Dairy month. Perhaps it is the right time for everyone who appreciates Good eating to write their governmental officials in Washington d. C., encouraging them to do everything possible to see that dairymen do not face with the same sort of plight that now confronts the cattle feeders and hog producers. June should be a time for constructive action on behalf of the Dairy Farmer and the general Public. To help one is to help the other. By to Westfell something to believe in this old world does t give us much to believe in la ments a Well known son i. A popular automobile to commercial assures the Public it s product does give us something to believe in. Both the song and the Auto commercial say a lot about modern belief. The song highlights the confusion resulting from a relativistic age where values have ceased to be absolute. The commercial focuses on a materialistic answer to Man s search for something in which to believe. We can t buy the philosophy of either the song or the commercial. To put our Faith in the ability of material things to fulfil us is insane. To cry there is nothing to believe in is infantile. True we can t believe in wealth or Fame or position or Power to fulfil us. Certainly we won t find lasting Satis faction in drugs or liquor or sex. Things or experiences will let us Down As the objects of belief. They will surely disappoint us in the end., what can we believe in then we can believe in the superiority of truth Over falsehood. We can affirm our Faith in the Victory of authentic Beauty Over ugliness. We can put our Trust in the Power of real love Over hate. We can Bank on the Triumph of Good Over evil. We can belive in god. thursday june 13, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 2 sheriff Soo co. To Ronald e. Budden is 4 & 5, blk 7, Granville. $3200.41. Elmer c. Houtkooper & of to Virgil Houtkooper & of it a Fri. A 7-96-45. Is James Franken & of to John Kleyer & of it l 11 in Aud. Sub. So a so a 13 96 j4a6c ks$or,5d. Ver Steeg & of to Willis j. Vander Kooi & of it l 6 in sub. Of new a 33-95-44, Orange City. $1. Jennie Koel sol to City of Sioux Cen ter it sev4 so a 4-95-45, Sioux Center. John a. Gerritsen & of to Kenneth d. Rouwenhorst & of it new a new a 16-95 Cornelius Dykstra Etal to Daryl e. Grooters & of l 3, blk. 3, Boyden. $1. Bert Bliek & of to Carey l. Salt & of. L 3 Greenwood add. Rock Valley. $14,000. Legal notice in the District court of the state of Iowa in and for Sioux county in the matter of the estate of John a. Poppen deceased. Probate 10483 Sioux county court House news deeds filed in Sioux comfy the last will & testament of f. Edwin Hanson late of Hawarden. Was filed for probate. Austrid h. Hanson was appointee executor without Bond. The last will and testament of John g. Van oort late of Orange City was admitted to Van oort was appointed executor with Bond waived by the will. The foreign will of Benjamin j. Hoefer late of Denver Colorado was admitted to probate. Philomena a. Hoef was appointed executor without Bond. Information was filed against Herman Stubbe or. Of Hull accusing defendant of the crime of receiving stolen property. He appeared before magistrate Richard l. Smith and his Bond was set at $100.00. The following estates have been closed and the executors Are discharged estate of Sophia Sheldon estate of Henry Ste i Gink estate of Matt Mulder. The last will and testament of John a Poppen late of Sioux Center was admit Ted to probate. John a Wesselink was appointed executor with Bond waived by the will. The last will and testament of . Marriage Leo Tony Hinsch 25, Rock rapids Diane Lynn Smith,21, Rock Valley. Thomas Henry reuvers 21, Boyden Roberta Lee Ontjes 20, Boyden David Alan Hoogland 21, Sioux Cen ter Ruth e. Sage 18, Rock Valley. John Herman pick 23, Boyden Kath Leen Ann Tegeler 19, Sheldon. Stephen Jay Van Duke. 21. Sioux Cen ter Lavonne Paulette Bajema 20, Alton. Dennis Ray Dorris 25, Arlington Tex As Dee Ann Mouw 19, Rock Valley. David Paul hector21, Orange City Miriam e. Korver. 22.Alton. Ronald g. Maassen 21, Rock Valley Joyce Ann Van den Fop 18, Hull. Larry Dale Heemstra 23, Granville Beverly Jean Moss 22, Hospers. Ricky Gene Schacht 20, Inwood Linda sue Bliek 19, Hull. Stephen Harold Lenters 23, Ireton Ethel f. Vermeer 22, Orange City. Michael Ray Van Regenmorter 21, Sioux Center Gertrude e. Louwerse 19, Sioux Center. Carsten late of Hawarden was admitted to probate. Lois Carsten of Hawarden was appointed executor without Bond. Judgement was entered in Small claims court against Wilfred Allen of Hawarden in favor of Rock Valley Cement Block & tile co. In the amount of $364.04 plus interest and costs. Judgement was entered in Small claims court against Waterman Allen construct Ion co. Of Hawarden in favor Rock Val Ley Cement Block & tile co. In the a mount of $264.39 with interest and costs. Information was filed in District court by the state of Iowa charging Larry Paul Koele of Hull with embezzlement by a gents. Bond was set in the sum of $100 by magistrate Smith. Information was al so filed against Larry Paul Koele of Hull w it la receiving stolen property. Bond in this matter was also set at $100. Lee Wimer formerly of Xenia Ohio has been employed As personnel manager of Harker s wholesale meat inc. Of be Mars and Orange City. He was previously Dayton Industrial relations manager at the Standard Register company Dayton Ohio. The growth of Harker s wholesale meat inc., has created the need to Esta Blish the personnel function to give in creased attention to the areas of employ ment organizational development employee communications wage and salary programs and employee benefits Accord ing to Jack Harker president. Iowa republicans will extend a special thank you in des Moines Friday july 19 at veterans auditorium with a tribute to h. R.", a $25 a person testimonial honouring retiring congressman h. R. Gross. The dinner will kick off the 1974 Iowa Republican state convention. Raymond Teslaa and of to David h. Meylink & of l 15, Kats addn., Rock Valley. $1. John Boer Etal a mrs. To Henry de Jong & of it is 27-30, blk 2, Park addn., Rock Valley. $1. Elmer c. Houtkooper & of to Vera Dieck and is. N /2 be a new /4 18-96-45. $1. Dale bunkers & of to Bunker feed & Supply inc. R l 5, blk 17 l 8, blk 3 Svals 1-4, blk 8 & l 1, blk. 17, Granville $1. P. Donald Mouw & of to Frank e. Pop a & of Apt unit no. 3 & garage unit no. 3, Garden court apts Orange City. $10. Lewis b. Van Batavia & of to Bert l. Van Batavia Etal pts /4 20-97-44. $1. Douglas r. Achterhof & of to Ravina Kaemingk it Fri. N a Nova 5-95-45. $1. Floyd j. Larson & of to Walter Post l 12, blk 3, Vande Brake add Sioux Cen ter. $1. Emil Erickson sol to Steven e. Sands & of it. L 3 & All is 4 & 5, blk 11, Ward s 2nd addn., Chatsworth. $1. William f. Hill & of to Michael c. Johnson and of it l 12 in Aud. Sub of Pine a & e a new a 35-95-48, Hawarden. William j. Schalekamp & of to Russell Vande Brake is 1, 2, 6 & 7, blk 40 & it. Alley South addn., Orange City $17,000. Vivian Nyhof & is to Gerald Korver & of Etal it l 8, blk 5, Orange City. $6500 Alton bldg & in Assn to David m. Dreckman l 17, Grant addn., Orange City. $1. Martina Muilenburg wow to Jake de Leeuw & of l 7, Lincoln addn., Orange City. $10. Wilmer Miersma and of to Eugene d. Hospers & of it l 8 in Aud. Sub. Blk 4, Davidson s addn., Hull. $1. Floyd Davelaar & of to Clarence Potts & of l 16, Davelaar addn., Rock Valley. $1. Wayne Vernon & of to Elwin d. Top & of l 39, Netherlands addn., Orange City. $1. Lloyd h. Kepp Etal to Dennis k. Caryl and of l 7, blk 5, Kepp s 1st. Add Orange City. $10. Harlan Tiedeman and of to Donald d. Romberg and of it l 47, East add to creditors to All persons interested in the estate of John a. Poppen. Macandi you Are hereby notified that on the 4th Day of june. 1974, the last will and testament of John a. Poppen deceased bearing Date of the Lith Day of May 1962, was admitted to pro Bate in the above named court and that John a. Wesselink was appointed executor of said " notice is further Given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the District court of said county within one year from the Date of the second publication of this no Tice or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further Given that All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned and Crea tors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named District court As provided by Law duly authenticated for allowance and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice unless otherwise allowed or paid such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 4th Day of june 1974. John a. Wesselink executor of said estate Sioux Center Iowa. Tepaske and Evans attorneys for said executor Sioux Center Iowa. Date of second publication 13th Day of june 1974. 6-6-6-13. More than 3,500 a re enrolled know your Bible join them by enrolling in the free lesson Home Bible study course by mall. For a Sample lesson Send your Nama and address to know your Bible Box 306, Sioux Center Iowa 51250 like a Good neighbor state Faim is there. For help with All your family Init ranch it tit Ian John Vonk 120121st at. Rock Valley Iowa Slit farm Ini Uince Companio Home Ollick Bloomington Illinois jump Tai Mmith Jhn Center of Tow 32 3rd Center Low s12sq Roy a Gardner editor Roy m. T Mary Louise Gardner publishers Public Ltd every ,2nd clan potting paid at Sioux cent to Lowa is always ready to help solve your farming Money problems to the Dairy Farmers of thit area whom we know As friends neighbors and customers we say thank you. For supplying All of us with the health giving nutrition and delicious flavor of Dairy products. For building farm income improving business and boosting our local Economy. Thank you too for the Opportunity of serving you. We re com plete banking services for All your financial needs. Helping is our business first National Bank farm Loam Chickini accounts por tonal Loans savings accounts improvement Loans helping is our business National newspaper first National subscription rates in Sioux county 1 yr.-$5.00 2, $9 outside Sioux county $6 per year 15 a single copy. Official City l county paper member Odic in Sioux Center the wide awake Bank makes ital Goeasy

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