Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
23 May 1974

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23 May 1974

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaYour Faith & mine of Bottor food Kiy Iron Corn fed Boot May is beef month. It has been so designated to focus attention on the part that beef and particularly Good Iowa Corn fed beef plays in our daily lives. And to spotlight the beef producing Industry for its consistent year in and year out performance in keeping an abundant Supply of beef always available. It is an appropriate time to prepare and serve family meals featuring delicious beef in the Many popular varieties on tap at the meat markets of our Community compared to most foods beef and pork is now available to Consumers at very reasonable prices Price that should encourage greater consumption on the part of most families interested in Good nutrition in the tastiest forms. Beef production is the no. 1 Industry of Sioux county today and Sioux county is no. 1 in beef production in Iowa. Much of the High Quality beef that is marketed in Sioux county comes from feedlots located within a few Miles radius of Sioux Center. So we might truthfully say that beef is the Back Bone of our local Economy. The welfare of All who reside in the Sioux Center area is influenced strongly for the better when the beef producers Are doing Well. When the beef producers Are confronted with prob lems those problems spill Over into All segments of our society. Right now the cattlemen of our area and the entire Midwest Are experiencing a Price Cost squeeze that is causing some to lose Money some As much As $200 per marketed head. This is a dark Shadow hover ing Over the local landscape and some economic set Back will have to be endured before stabilization re turned with a better balance of Supply and demand. In the meantime All residents of the area can help the situation some by continuing to enjoy beef on thei their tables daily and by encouraging our friends and relatives living elsewhere to do likewise. This will help bring demand More in line with the fairly heavy Supply of the present. We Admire the efficiency of the beef producers of our area and their persistence in sticking with their specially even when the going gets rough. May their dogged determination carry them through to better times which hopefully will come be fore the year is out. And in the meantime May we All be especially a Ware that beef is currently the Best food buy Avail Able whether you prefer it As steaks roasts or Plain hamburger. By Tom Westfall Sion in county court House news now cars Lico Sodin Sisoi county the last will and testament of Cece Lia Cecilia Paulsen late of Boyden has been fied for probate. Florence Paulsen was appointed executor without Bond. The last will and testament of Tracy de Jong late of Orange City was admit Ted to probate. Peter de Jong or. And Sam p. De Jong were appointed executors without Bond. James j. Jacobs of Hawarden has filed suit in District court against the City of Hawarden alleging damages to his property by the City. The estate of Marion h. Hospers paid the sum of $634.50 in full payment of inheritance tax. The estate of the late Emma Vernon has paid the amount of $254.51 in full payment of i inheritance tax and is now closed. Judgment in Small claims court was entered against Gladys Marquart of Hawarden in favor of Marge Anker of hos pers in the amount of $22.00 with in Terest and costs. B & d Standard service of Hull received judgment in Small claims court against Alvis Van beek of Orange City in the amount of $161.01 with interest and costs. I the estate of Anna Brockhouse has been closed and the executors discharged from further duties and responsibilities. Terrance j. Top entered a plea of guilty to the charge of Possession of a con trolled substance. Date for sentencing was set for june 10 at 10 . Herbert Day of i Reton was found guilty of of Maui. He was sentenced to a term of 180 Days in the Sioux count jail but was granted a Bench parole and he is paroled to the alcohol counselling and education Center of Sioux county for a period of up to one year. His Drivers License is also suspended indefinitely Phillip a. Poupore residents of minn., have filed suit against Karen Jeanne Ben Jamin and Jack Benjamin Gordon Earl Speake and Jay Speake. Plaintiffs allege they suffered damages because of the negligence of plaintiff and Are asking for damages in the total amount of $60,000. With interest and costs of this action. Correction in the april Magis trate news there was an item listed Kenneth Sandbulte Rock Valley this should have read As Fol lows Kevin Sandbulte Rock Valley speeding. deeds filed in Sioux county Jake Hulsman and of to Simon de Jong and of l 9, blk 4, Huisman s addn., Sioux Center. $1. Jake Huisman and of to Marguerite Vande Garde l 6, blk 6, Huisman s add Sioux Center. $1. Richard w. Rozeboom extra to Wil Liam b. Koops and of l 14 & it l 13, blk 31, North Sioux Center. $22,500. Vinton p. Kane and of to Gerrit Heunink and of so /4 27-94-48. $1. Elizabeth r. Carpenter sol to Irene Kratochvil l 16 in Aud. Sub of blk 2, Van orman s add., Hawarden. $1. Valeria s. Streff Etal conservators to David l. Raak and of it is 5 & 6, blk 24, 1st addn., Hospers. $11,600. Jacob w. Rus and of to Melvin j. Mouw new Fri. A 1-96-47. $1. Melvin j. Mouw and of to John a. Schelling and of new Fri a 1-96-47. $1. Lillian v. Hansen wow to Ray k. Han sen Etal Wiz be a 29 & n a Nev 32 94 43. $1. Ray k. Hansen Etal to Lillian v. Han sen wow w a sei/4 29 & n a be a 32 94 43. $1. Life estate. Arthur f. Zevenbergen and of to John Zevenbergen is 9-12, blk 2, Goolker s addn., Hull. $1. My a to thru b a to met 111111 n marriage licenses i e e e e e e e e e e e e e e a e i marriage licenses this week in Sioux county Timothy Lee Kamstra 20, Sheldon Gloria g. Meendering 18, Hospers. Bruce d. Alderink 21, Annville by. Barbara Heyman 20, Alton. Charles Edwin Hoekstra 23, Hull arlys Vander Esch 18, Hawarden. David Edward Loveall 23, Orange City Muriel f. Dykstra 22, Sioux Center. Khmur Urilt 32 3rd . Sioux Center Iowa 51250 Roy m. Gardner editor Roy m. & Mary Louise Gardner publishers published every thursday 2nd Clit postage paid at Sioux 1500 Gallons per minute during the period april i to october 30 of each year from reservoirs and Wells on Bis land comprising about National newspaper i Iki Lihn Mayi Tiff Una sustaining Nichici 1974 subscription rates in Sioux county 1 yr.-$5.00 2, $9 outside Sioux county $6 Par Yaar 15 a single copy. Official City i. County paper and he is ordered to attend and Complete a course for drinking Drivers at Western Iowa tech in Sioux City la. Information has been filed in District court charging Verlyn Beerman of Haar den with the crime of lascivious acts with a child. Defendant is represented by attorney Roger Evans of Sioux Cen ter and he was Given until 10 . June 10 to move or plead. Judgment against mrs. Robert Niessink in Small claims court in favor of by Vee stores inc. Of Sheldon in the amount of $43.56 with interests and costs of this action. The last will and testament of Naomi b. Raynie late of Hawarden has been filed for probate. Agnes l. Frank was appointed executor wit Hosbond set at $1,000.00. Jane Salo and Raymond Salo resident of the state of Minnesota have filed suit against Karen Jeanne Benjamin and Jack Benjamin Gordon Earl Speake and Jay Speake. The Case is the result of an Acci Dent that occurred at the intersection of Hiway 60 and k-64, in which plaintiffs allege damages because of defendants alleged negligence in the amount of $25,000.00 and ask for judgment in said amount. Donna Mae Poupore and c. Johnson and of to Gregg e. Winterfeld and of is 5 & 6 in Aud sub of blk 2, Cutler s addn., Hawarden. I $1. Mathilda Treinen and is to James p. Mouser Etal l 6, blk 2, West Side addn., Granville. $1. Clint Cambier and of to Roger Cam Bier l 11, Cambier s 1st addn., Alton. $1. Marie Middle sol to Joe Van Wouden Bergand of 1/12 int in Pine /4 7-97-47.$7,200. Marie Middle sol to Elsie Van Noort 1/12 int in Pine a 7-97-47. $7,200. Jennie Rozeboom wow to Janice de Jong l 1 & it l 5 in Aud sub of so a Swa 13-96-46. $1. Clarence w. Koele and of to Clarence w. Koele and of l 4, blk 2, Kempema addn., Hull. $1. Co. Treasurer Sioux county la. To Sioux county la. Is 10 & 11, blk 5, mat lock. $237.45. John Vanden Bosch & of to Herman Van Holland & of l 2, blk 1, Vanden Bosch addn., Rock Valley. $1. Samuel Van Houte and of to Wilbert Van Voorst and of l 3, blk 6, Huisman s addn., Sioux Center. $1. Charles g. Sawyer and of to Corleen f. Meendering and is l 14, blk 9, Hull. $1. Kenneth e. Guffin and of to foals 14-16, blk 3, Hobson s addn., Hawarden. Legal notice notice of hearing on applications for permits to withdraw water in Sioux county Iowa notice is hereby Given that there Are now on file in the office of the Iowa natural re sources Council James w. Grimes building Oes Molnes Iowa applications for permits to withdraw water As herein described. Marvin Vonk requests a permit to with draw water in the maximum Quantity of 92 acre feet per year at a maximum rate of 500 Gallons per minute during the period May 15 to october 1 of each year from Wells on his land generally described As the s Vil f the be v. Of Section 9 for irrigation use on said land and on land owned by Andrew de Jager generally de scribed As the so / of the new i of Section 10 All in t96n. R45w, Sioux county Iowa. Arthur Gregg requests a permit to withdraw water in the maximum Quantity of 240 acre feet per year at a maximum rate of " l t 2ao acre s generally described a that Liaf of the s �4 of Section 19 lying East of the big Sioux River the e v4 of the n to and these 1/4 of the be /4 of Section 30, All in t96n, r47w, Sioux county Iowa for irrigation use on said land. Rural water system no. One re quests a permit to withdraw water in the Maxi mum Quantity of 284,000,000 Gallons per year at a maximum rate of 600, Gallons per minute throughout each year from Wells on its land in the s a of the so v of Section 5 and the w a of Section a t95n. R4sw, Sioux county Iowa for Rural water District use within phase Iii of Rural water system no. One generally described As approximately 100 Square Miles surrounding Sioux Center Iowa in the West Central part of Sioux county Iowa and As standby Supply for the City of Sioux Center Iowa. Notice is further Given that a Public hearing on the application or Marvin Vonk will be held at 9 00 . Asti a Public hearing on the application of Arthur Gregg will be held at 9 30 ., Asti and a Public hearing on the application of Rural water system no one will be held at 10 00 ., st All on june 19, 1974, at the Sioux county courthouse Orange City Iowa at which time and place or at any adjournment the water commissioner or his Dep Uty will take evidence by the. Applicant and any other person either in support of or in opposition to the granting of the permits requested. Louis f. A Cseke water commissioner 523-530. New autos Lewis Heitritter Boyden Buick. Abram den Hoed Hull Ford. Marty Anker Orange City Madga. Northwestern College Orange City Dodge. George Vink Hull Chevrolet. William Bolkema Rock Valley Buick. Steven James Janssen Rock Valley Chevrolet. Bryan Boonstra Orange City Toyota. Tensen implement inc., Hull ply Mouth. Dennis e. Mouw., Sheldon Ford. Rons motor sales Orange City mer Cury. Northwestern implement co., Orange City Mercury. Even motor co., Alton Pontiac. Irvin Julin Alton Chevrolet. The complainers i be always wondered about the complainers. The complainers consist of a vociferous few who spend most of their time moaning about the world and everything in ii. Much of their Energy is spent grumbling about things Over which they have no control. If the weather is hot it ought to be cold. If it is wet it ought to be dry. When it is Nice it s too Nice. Other people Are the favorite targets of the complainers. No one can do anything to satisfy them. All the Way from their own husband or wife through the Range of Public officials school teachers administrators doctors lawyers mer chant chiefs nobody performs As he ought. The complainers measure life against what they think it should be and time bewailing the difference. Their belly aches and gripes fill the air with Pess Irnise. They sing the blues to an inexhaustible Supply of tunes. Their lyrics Are As varied As the tombstones in a graveyard and As somber. Friends Duck when they appear seeking escape from the Mournful melodies of these lamenting lyricists. Is there a remedy for the complainers can they be offered some Panacea for the sad state of their emotional health i believe they can be cured. They need to follow just three easy Steps. First they must recognize what a pall they create by their constant whining. Second they must understand and accept the imperfections of the world in which we live learn to Roll with life s punches. Third they must learn to Trust in the goodness of god. A real dedication to worship can teach this. I suspect nothing is what it could be. But complaining about life s deficiencies won t cure them. Learning to live As child ren of god helps us to View things optimistically. Let s All Start first thing tomorrow morning. Thursday May 23, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 2 Dodge Dato Mike corp. Alton Ford. Alton rendering works Alton inter National 12. Quad state ind., Orange City chevre Orange City plumbing and. Heating Orange City Ford. Russell s ready mix Orange City Alton Premium feed Alton Ritter a Loren l. Kuecker Maurice Ford. Gerrit John vis Hull Dat Sun Jan p. Schuiteman Ireton Ford. Lynn e. Buss Orange City Ford. Peter t. De Jong Rock Valley Ford. So Cor Tri Stilto Art it Stivold is Jim 8 Spencer s 7th annual trl state Art fest Ival will be held saturday june 8. Original objects d Art and paintings will be displayed for judging and for Pri vate Purchase from 10 4 . There will be monetary prizes for participating artists. The festival sight is Grande ave., from 3rd st., to 7th st. Lule Kline has sold his interest in music Manor in Orange City to his partner Herb Ritsema. Ritsema is an associate professor of music at Northwestern col i lege. He will be assisted in the operation of the store by mrs. Ritsema. Also continuing on the clerical staff for the time being will be mrs. Kline. Leg at Nonas William c. Anker Hospers Chevrolet. Julia Kraayenbrink Sioux Center Chev Chevrolet. Interstates electric & engineering s Sioux Center Chevrolet. Henrietta Schuiteman Sioux Center Chevrolet. Keith l. Wood Hawarden Chevrolet. Marlin Gebaur Ireton Chevrolet. Jennie Kruid Hawarden Ford. Arthur Kluter Ireton Chevrolet. De Postma Rock Valley Ford. Betty j. Mouw Orange City Ford. Aernout d. Van cutters Orange City Chevrolet. Ivoran Noe Hawarden Plymouth. Even motor co., Alton Pontiac. Even motor co., Alton Pontiac. Goldie j. Or Tracy Buyert Sioux Cen ter Plymouth. Gerald j. Nettinga Hull Chevrolet. Hope Haven school Rock Valley Chevrolet. Hope Haven school Rock Valley Buick. New trucks Arlan or Linda Egdorf Orange City Dat Sun. Vander Ploeg Ronald Sioux Center notice to whom it May concern you Are hereby notified that the City coun cil of the City of Sioux Center Iowa proposes to sell for Cash and or other consideration whichever shall be deemed to be in the Best in Terest of the general Public the. Following de scribed real property described to wit the West 2978 it. Of the North 67.7 it of a tract described As commencing 632 it North of these Corner of the East one half Evi of the Southwest Quarter so a of Section 4, town ship 95 North Range 45, West of the 5th pm thence North on Quarter Section line 150 it. West 250 ft., South 150 ft., East 250 it. To place of beginning All located within the incorporated limits of the City of Sioux Center Iowa. Sealed bids will be accepted by the City Council up to 5 00 . On the 3rd Day of june 1974. Said bids Are to be delivered to the. Office of the City clerk of Sioux Center Iowa at a time prior to the above time and Date. Quit claim deed will be furnished by the City. The City reserves the right to reject any or All bids. We. L. Mouw mayor. Attest Darrel Rensink City clerk. 5-16-5-23. Beef producers we Are with you first National Bank Sioux Center the wide awake checking account makes a All so easy. Helping is our business if first National Bank member Odic in Sioux Center

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