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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 27, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaClean Dup Sandy hollow is now open to Public swimming daily with a major cleanup project completed and the Broad beaches covered with a new coat of Sand and Fine Sandy hollow swimming area three Miles East of Sioux Center opened to Public swimming wednesday afternoon of this Jim Johnson an there will be Public swimming each week Day from 1 to 9 and on sunday from 1 to 5 guards will be on duty at All times when the area it open to Public swimming instruction for local youngsters will be moved from the indoor Pool to Sandy hollow at the beginning of the second three weeks session on Mon july classes were moved to the indoor Pool Tom to Yovor buys modern footwear Tom a member of the staff at Bosch clothing the past four has purchased the Stock and fixtures of modern footwear Here from Steve Siebers Nha and will take Over gement of the business on july Siebersma has operated the store since april 1970 when he purchased the business from Norman he will now devote More time to the Posi Tion of manager of the Iowa Thrift and loan office in and to other Dut Lefever will lease the building in which modern footwear is located in downtown Sioux Center from Marg Aret he plans to handle the same lines of shoes As Are now stocked by the Lefever will be assisted in the store Partt me by his and will round out the staff with two addition Al Lefever has been in charge of the formal Wear department at Bosch the past four he and have one they reside at 117 third Avenue during the first three week session to permit a Thor Ough cleaning and re sanding of the Sandy hollow area the above pictures of the Sandy hollow area were taken tuesday the Day before the area was reopened to Public the water was so clean it glistened in the Ivett v members of the swimming instruction guard Start were at getting equipment reset preparatory for the that a Metal ladder for a water slide they Are moving into the the guard instructional staff includes Larry Randy Janet Dana and Luann Sioux Iowa june 1974 volume 81 number 26 me Fin Schouten becomes of july Steve at and Tom Lefever searing 101 degrees recorded Here thursday inches of rain Falls Sioux Center area sheltered under a re High temperature for the Date on june when the Mercury soared to a searing 101 degrees and established a new High Peak demand on the local an electrical demand of 5250 kilo Watts was established about that exceeded by quite a ways the Peak demand of last wlnter4050 kilo Watt established on a frigid february reports Harold for several year since air conditioning has become widely electrical peaks in the common try Are reached Durt ing summer months instead of Winter generally in late August or Early before air conditioning became so commonly the Electr car Peak usually was reached in late during the Christmas Holiday when Many of the Homes featured Holiday Friday was also a very hot Day Here when a High of 91 degrees was but was not As uncomfortable As the pre Vious Friday night inches of rain was officially recorded in the City by weather observer Henry Baker and a Cozloff trend began which continued pleasantly through the the inches of rain re celled Friday night fell within a on hour Between and reports nine local students take Citoli Enship Short course next week in nine Sioux Center 4h club members will participate in a citizenship Short course to be held this week in Washington they Are sue Karla Steve Mary Curt Gloria Joan Kevin Broek Eldon they will leave june 28 and return july the citizenship Short course is design de to take a close look at Tours of the nations Capitol and historical Sites Are Bicentennial events Are in planning stage Sioux Center will participate in the National by Centennial Observance in 1976 with a variety of specially planned events and programs of its and through Sev eral count planned the local by Centennial committee has members of the local committee Are Elmer Tepas Willis James Koldenhof Mike Vanden Darrel Lois Ardene ver and mayor the committee has met a couple of times so far and has discussed a variety of ideas for appropriate Observance the among recommendation made by the committee which Are to be Given further study for possible programming Are the following 1 a countywide religious service to be held at the Sioux Center football Field continued on Back Page Melvln owner manager of Schouten plumbing and will be come president of he Sioux Center Cham Ber of Commerce july succeeding Stan Schouten served the past year As first vice president of the the new first vice president is Harlan Butch manager of incas and the newly elected second vice president is Don manager of radio station Secretary of the chamber is Elmer ver mar and treasurer it Stan you can now get Xerox copies made at local Post office a coi operated Xerox copying Mach Ine is being installed in the lobby of the a Post office this week and should be ready for Public use after july these machines Are being installed in All first class Post offices under contract with the Xerox charge will be a weeks weather report nows to publish Early next week the next Issue of the Sioux Center news will be published a Day ahead of the usual schedule tuesday noon to permit distribution of the paper before the july 4th Holiday shutdown of mall the cooperation of advertisers and Cor respondents in submitting ads and news Early will be of tremendous help to the Sioux Center news Hury suffers Obrokta am in mishap Henry son of and Gerlt Kraayenbrink of 311 7th Street Sioux suffered a double fracture at the Elbow of the right Arm and cuts and bruises on one leg about 4 afternoon when the Honda motorcycle he was driving was hit by a Pontiac car driven by Terry son of and Thurlow Beimers of Sioux Henry was rushed to the local Hospital by ambulance but was released after he re celled first Aid treatment and was prayed his Arm was put in a cast the first of the Henry was travelling North of Highway 75 and Beimers was driving South and attempting to turn East of the Standard service station Corner when the collision henrys motorcycle hit the right front fender of the car and he was thrown against the Windshield of the vehicle and then tumbled the motorcycle was extensively dam damage to the car was limited to the right front Mel is named Iowa coach of the year Mel head track and foot Ball coach at Sioux Center High has been named Northwest Iowa track coach of the year by the Iowa association of track coaches at a meeting held in Ames on this is second consecutive year Tjeerdsma received this the warriors track squad have won e very meet entered for the past two years with the exception of the state they were once again the District and con Ference coach Tjeerdsma will be honoured at a banquet to be held at Iowa Ulver in i fwd prints to be Fred of rjt6s held monday for Ray Van 79 Gary and Lois Kramer will open second vans jewelry in july 1 All shoppers in Sioux Center Are invited to submit guesses and compete this week for a Matching fund prize which will be Given away Here at 9 Friday in downtown Sioux Center for the Best answer to the question Many Kcf milk were prices shoppers Are invited to Deposit their guesses in containers provided by All local participating stores anytime prior to 3 the person winning the prize will qual Ify for the full if of spends a similar amount in a local there will be a drawing also at 9 Here Friday for five prizes with win ners selected from among those who have submitted guesses on the above will be Matching fund Type last weeks prize Winner was Don Pate june 19 june 20 june 21 june 22 june 23 june 24 93 59 101 69 91 70 77 61 78 55 75 50 76 49 total or the owner managers of vans jewelry Gary announced this week that they will open another vans jewelry in july they have purchased the and pushing of Harry who has operated the Hull a Cross the Street from the the past 13 the store will be managed by the with some local Kramer will be in the store most of the six Days a the store will handle All the lines stocked by the Sioux Center store and provide watch and jewelry repair the business is located on half Block East of the stoplight in rate store of month the Sioux Center Dyvee store on main was rated store of the month for funeral services were held at Central reformed Church Here at Mon june for Ray Van re tired Sioux Center pharmacist and a life Long resident of this who died june at grand after an illness of several weeks services were conducted by the continued on Back Page Nampa will Host Loci la City i july 4tb the National association for Christian political action will Host a picnic at child rens Park in Sioux Center on Independence Day Celebration will begin at 11 with a potluck dinner at following an address by Richard Venema of first Christian reformed at the afternoon will be filled with and store of the month May among the 15 Dyvee stores in the Cherokee manager Jerry Busick a plague proclaiming John National Cha Mari of this coveted rating is now displayed in the plans to conclude the p Cylc with local Tore the rating is based on Alla a Brief talk on the Christian and ind Epen round efficiency Ray Van detest

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