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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1965, Sioux Center, Iowa Moccasin s published weekly by Sioux a Attr Community school students squeak volume 11 number 25 thursday March 18, \96s Patty Vos Gilbert Anker new at . By Mary Vander Wilt the sch student body Wel comes Patty Vos to the freshman class. She previously attended West Sioux Community schools. Her comments on our school and students were that she was very impressed and likes sch very much. Bible is said to be her favorite subject. When she is not doing Homework or helping around the House you can very often find her Reading a Book or in town having fun. Welcome to sch Patty. Sophomore Gilbert Anker is Al so welcomed to sch. He formerly went to Hackettstown. High school in Hackettstown new Jer sey. He likes sch very much and is glad to be Here. He likes vocational agriculture Best and when he is not Busy with Homework you can very often find him read ing an adventurous Book. Wel come to sch at the first National Sioux Center owe f. H. A. News by Lon Vande Brake the monthly Cha meeting was held monday night in the Home dec. Room. The members present answered to Roll Call the program that was planned was to consist of a report of the state convention. Because of the bad weather. Sioux Center s Dele Gates were unable to attend. In Stead plans for fund raising pro j acts were discussed. It was decided that the members would continue to sell fudge during noon hours. Bake sales Are planned for the month of March. Daddy Date night is to be held on March 22. Girls Are asked to take their father s or an adult Friend to the party. Committees were assigned for Pha week. Which is april 4-11 plans were discussed for the Chap Ter to attend a Church service at one of the local churches. As an additional fund raising project the club voted to sell Cook ies in school. Each member is to bring two dozen cookies which will be sold at two for a Nickel on March 16. After the meeting adjourned the seniors remained to discuss plans for their trip to Minneapolis. The girls will leave by bus on june 1 and return on june 4. Miss Pieper and the chapter Mother will accompany the girls. Arrange rights and privileges everyday you read about people from countries All Over the world who Are struggling to obtain their right and privileges often tunes the responsibilities and obligations which go along with these Nants Are overlooked. Tat am s?h�01 you in restrictions to clothing you Wear but Are you responsible enough to select neat attractive clothing yourself Many demand the right to Chew gum and Candy in their classes but forget about their duty to properly dispose of them. T f everyone desires privilege of being a member of should fir f h"11 Orfini nations we have Hool. Consideration should Fust be Given to responsibilities such As promptness depends ability and doing your share before joining the group the privilege of driving a car is granted to any person who of necessary re1uireme. But merely passing test does not qualify you As a responsible Driver. Unless you Are courteous keep your Cor in proper condition and Are willing to give a your attention to driving this right should not be yours _ when you demand your privileges and rights give careful events Are now being made for the girls to see some of the Sites of the City of Minneapolis. Mem lat magician to be seen March 25 by Sharon Vanroekel on March 25, the High school and the Grade school students will see the Assembly program Mer Rilat the magician. Merrilan the a a cia in real use is marking. Merrilan. He trained with Sev eral nationally known magicians before becoming one of the Lead ing Young performers of today or. Merrilan started his career by performing on the television show the ted Mck am tear hour. In his Tours of the upper Midwest he has built an educational and entertaining one half hour presentation that gathers howls of laugh Ter from his audience. Merrilan s show has been built on the basis of cleverness and his routines have never been seen before. . Students practice for contest Leach Vande Berg if after school some afternoon you should happen to walk past the music room or any of the practice rooms it is very probable that the sounds you hear Are com ing from one of Many Small groups preparing for contest. With Only six weeks left until the contest and a lot of music to be Learned All those participating Are to be found hard at work practising. The eleven Small groups Are As follows two flute trios woodwind Trio two clarinet trios saxophone quartet brass choir trombone quartet two brass quartets and a Coronet Trio. In a few weeks there will be an informal try out before or. Ver Steeg and two other critics to de cide which groups Are to go to contest. In addition to these Small groups Sioux Center is also Tak ing about 15 soloists to contest. They Are Mary Schalekamp Sally me Gilvray Rose Altena Diane Heimstra Leah Vander Berg Norma Roelofs Glenda Koerselman Vera Houtkooper Ruth langs Traat Patty Verrips Paul Wessel Ink Larry Oostra and Lyle Kroon what s doing in Grade school classrooms Norma Roelofs Pati m i available to Juu without a doctor s prescription our product called a Klaxon. Back. Claxon is a Tablet and rally swallowed. Get rid of excess Jat and live Loneer on Lucon costs of and is sold on this guarantee if not satisfied for any reason. Just return the Pic Kane to your drug glut Ana a your us Money Bacic. No questions asked. Gala Ion is sold with this guarantee by Schalekamp drug Stoke Sioux a biter mail orders filled the kindergarten boys and girls have enjoyed a unit on pets Stor ies were written and pictures were drawn of the their room pets they Are now having a unit on Community helpers who they Are and How they help us. The first Grade has two new m students Jeffry Roskam in or. Hui Sycin s class and Galen de Haan in mrs. De Masr Ert class. There was also a Farewell party in or. Wiekamp s class for Laurie Young who left for Audubon Iowa. The first Grade children Are excited about their new Reading Book More fun with our friends. Mrs. Anderson second Grade class has been studying about air planes arid other ways to travel. N Art. Mrs. Anderson has taught them to Finger paint. They also gave him a Surprise birthday party. Or. Mcgilvra s second Grade class has Learned How to add and subtract two place numbers. In science they read about the importance of wheels and ramps in moving heavy things from one place to another. Mrs. Mcgilvra read them the stories of Tom thumb and mis in Roeckel third Grade class is studying about transport Ion in social studies. They in oyed seeing films and slides about air planes trains and Cable cars the weekly Reader lesson had an interesting lesson about the Gir Affe. In science while studying weather they Chart the weather each Day on their March Calendar. Or. Vermeer s fourth Grade has begun a unit in social studies on manufacturing they will Stiffy two main kinds of manufacturing the making of steel and the Mak ing of Cotton. With Spring just around the Corner the study of seeds and plants in science has created much interest. Reading biographies and giving Oral reports is a project in English. Mrs. De Boer fourth graders Are studying about plants and seeds in science. In English they made newspaper and each Pupil wrote about a certain topic or subject of their Grade. The class was very Happy to Welcome Evan de Haan a new Pupil who came from ire ton. Mrs. Newel s fifth Grade is now studying measures. The students have Learned that if they change Small units to larger units they Divide and if they change Large units to smaller. Units they multiply. They Are striving to get All papers on the bulletin Board either under Good Beeter or Best. Or. I Erdys sixth Grade social studies class has just completed study about Brazil. The students were very interested to learn cer Tain economic political and social patterns of this nation. A very interesting film was seen on the City life of the people of conversing through the written Means rather than Oral was Dis cussed by the sixth Grade language classes. All five parts of a Friendly letter were studied and each stud ent wrote his or her own Friendly letter. Or. De master s sixth graders Are enjoying their new classroom in the Kinsey building. The Arith Metic classes Are finishing a unit about Decimals. Multiplication of Decimals has been a new experience. The science class Are be ginning a unit about aviation. They Are going to learn the principles of flying an air plane. Mrs. Plantage s fifth Grade class is now studying a unit on living things. In connection with this they saw a film which classified living things. Much practice has also been Given to location and us ing reference materials. The seventh Grade class is presently finding the volume of prisms and cylinders which Are applied to the physical world. The eight Grade math class is in ginning a new unit on practical geometry which includes finding perimeter area and volume of Leo Metrie objects. The seventh Grade social studies classes Are now studying a unit on Argentina. The eighth Grade history students have just finished studying the civil War. The event Trade Reading class is working on the unit entitled the world of their per Jose is to learn to enjoy its Beauty and deepen their understanding of Man s relationship to the natural world. The eighth Grade Reading class has been studying the works of Jack London. Through his writings hey have Learned that nature of ten exacts a Price from those who iced Lessly defy it. Receives plaque Jim Hollander of Dejong hol Lander hatchery Sioux Center at right received a plaque from nut Rena feeds at ceremonies in Sioux City honouring ii standing nut Rena dealers Over 22 states. Hollander and the Sioux Center firm were praised by James c. North vice president of Cargill inc. At left and its nut Rena feed division for a notable sales re Corsand outstanding service to North made the presentation at a dinner honouring top nut Rena dealers. The dealers also attended workshop sessions led by company officials from Minneapolis. Thursday March 18, 1965 Soux Center Newi Page 4 Kodak outfit instant loading. A amazingly Low Low Price loads in Tony. Automatically. So you get Good pictures More ratify than Ever just drop in the to Copat film Cartridge the camera it instantly loaded. No dials to set no of cuing needed. Takes color slides at Well at bloc la Ond White and color snapshots. Buijs in. Putt up Flash Holder keeps you set for indoor pictures. Comet with Yitoi bulbs Flash guard batteries. Available now for rent or Purchase our former Home located in Sioux Center at 117 first ave. Southwest. Close to. Business District Public High school and Central Church. Has three bedrooms natural Gas full basement automatic dish Washer w x 23 living room and attached garage. One of the nicest kitchens in Sioux Center. If you need help on a Down payment see me. Will Trade in car furniture lots or what have you a solid House at reduced Price. About half the Price of a new one of same size Contact Elmer Dusty Suiste Rynars phone 722-4431 or. 722-1611 Mouw motors annual contracting get our estimate phone 22821 qualified licensed electricians Franken electric Everett for then 619 n. Main Sioux Center business and professional d i r e c t o r y -6. Doornwaard attorney at Law Sioux Center Low Maurice a. Tepaske attorney at Law Sioux Center Lowah Legal work Given prompt and careful attention Sioux abstract company inc. Reliable Abc Bractt Tine m70" members american and Iowa title associations farm Loans negotiated Orange City Iowa Telephone 737-2211 Wayland c. Brew mgr. Reichg electrical wiring by contract a Dio television refrigeration end appliance service Van s electronics Oil 22541 Sioux Center i. Radio to service m o t o r o l a radios to sets g. B. Vande Berg dial 22665 Sioux Center la. Or. C. Oelrich . Or. T. Kiernan . Physicians surgeons office phone 22741 Home phone or filch 24101 temen 26711 Sioux Center Law. A. L. Mcgilvra m. D. 105 so. Main ave. Phone office 217 in s phone Home 23521 physician surgeon . Vande Garde veterinarian new Zoffke phone 25417 Home phone 25412 a u c t i o n e e r s Herman Klein phone 20523 _ Sioux Center dial 25421 mans Faber Sioux Center u. H. J. Moret til 23971 Sioux Center i. Ted j. Van Bruggen auctioneer real estate Salesman phone 26968 Sioux Center phone 2349 _ Roek Valley specially priced for this Sale see your Ford dealer for his special Low Selling Price flash65 Whitewall. Full wheel covers fill carpet ally nyx f mow available . Detroit pita manufacturer suggested retail Price for Mustang Hardtop. Des mation charges state and local taxes and fees if any not in closed. Options such As Whitewall tires Are extra Cost see your Ford dealer for his Selling Price. 2395 65.Best year yet to go see your fort dealer m m o u w m o t o r co. Sioux enter Iowa this Kitchen grew m a Bank Book the specific objective of turning this i. Into8rowing. 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