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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Will to Holiday in Sioui Center november will be observed As veterans Day in Sioux Cen Ter and All business places and professional offices will be classes will be dismissed for the Day at both the Public schools and the local Christian the will be open that since the Post office staff observed veterans Day on Mon october there will be mall pickup and delivery Thrift shop to open in building in december Ann it andys Storo opens 7 Sioux centers new childrens Wear Ann and will open on november in the former Sioux Princess bakery building at 228 main Marilyn has operating hours will be from 8 until monday through Satur Day and until 9 on the store will feature a number of nationally advertised brands of boys and girls boys brands include Billy the Mann and Morty Abel and will be available in sizes 4 through girls brands stocked include among others Russ girl and ditto of and will be available in sizes 4 through Cleveringa is pictured above in the process of unpacking and preparing Stock for display in the new girls clothing will be displayed on one Side of the store and boys clothing on the a grand opening is planned for a later a new Sioux Center store dealing in used furniture and other used items will open in a new 28 x 76 building on main Avenue a door North of the new coast coast store about mid december under the ownership and management of and Fred the business will operate under the name Sioux Center Thrift used items will be accepted on consign with the owner of items con signed and the store operators sharing the receipts from sales work on the Frame building is now in the finishing Fred Brandes and Crew constructed the shutters Are to be added to the exterior of the 1974 Sioux Iowa volume 81 number 45 l 1 3 so locations joins Hospital staff Novom Bor 7 in Sioux City As Rogi stored dietitian droogs Standard so Vlco has new look droogs Standard service on main Avenue has been completely remodeler on the exterior the past few Days by a Crew out of Minneapolis employed by the american Oil owner of the station and now looks As you see it the attractive new Brick finish and handsome roof trim harmonizes beautifully with the new red 4stall City firewall located on the lot immediately North of the station John and Del Are standing at pumps in Hospital family night mooting is november 12 the annual Sioux Center Community Hospital and health Center family night meeting will be held at the hos Pital dining room at tues november Darrel president of the association will preside and the follow ing matters will be discussed minutes of the 1973 family night will be read by Secretary Mau Rice the the treasurers report will be Given by treasurer James a staff report will be Given by will show film at Library Novom Bor 7 the film to be shown at the Sioux Center Public Library thursday even 7 Between 7 and will be the life and works of Andrew the names from that evenings drawings will be announced six area youths Boli Ovod involved in Thoft of Auto Othor items Horo charges Are expected to be filed sometime this week or next against six area teenagers in connection with the theft of the Auto wheels and other and a heavy duty Chain hoist left foreground pictured stacked in a Corner or the office of police chief Darrel Roetman in the municipal the loot estimated to be Worth several Hundred dollars was stolen Over a period months but not until last week did local police gain identity of the six All either 17 or 18 years of who re Side in several different Sioux county and one Lyon county names have not been released Pend ing the filing of the heavy duty hoist taken from the Coop Gas and of bulk station area where it had been used to handle propane practically All of the Auto parts were stolen from the Vos motor sales lots in Industrial Park at the North outskirts of the one car that was stripped of its wheels belonged to Gerald Dragstra of Orange he had parked the vehicle on the Street near the Bowling the car was driven Back of the Coop elevator where the wheels apparently were one of the cars stripped of its tires at the Vos lot was that of a customer that had parked it there to be serviced police believe the method used to take the wheels was that of removing the lug with several of the youths holding the car in suspension simply yanking them and letting the vehicle thump to the among the accessories in the pile of loot Are a stereo tape two two a deluxe steering a a stick and several five of the identified youths reside in Sioux county and one in Lyon High school cast to pros ont our 2223 administrator Roberta a memorial service will conducted by miss Wilmina Board paying tribute to All those of the Hospital membership who passed away during this preceding a Hospital auxiliary report will be Given by Marion election of Board members for the following Board members whose terms expire Wilmina Peter Lowell Vande Elmer Den Clarence Henry Lawrence Ter Walter Peter and Eda Coffee and cookies will be served immediately following the business Hospital Bazaar Roc opts Over the Sioux Center Hospital auxiliary topped its november 1 Bazaar goal of reports Alice treasurer of the receipts of the Well attended Bazaar totalled approximately Wells stated that to continued on Back Page Lois Gary Kramer of Sioux is employed As a registered dietitian at Vincent Hospital in Sioux she joined the staff several weeks prior to moving to Sioux Center in August of 1972 with her As new owners and operators of vans she had been a member of the staff at Hines a Hospital at a suburb of Chicago where she served successively As therapeutic administrative dietitian and research dietitian at the bed she previously had earned her degree at Mundelein College in Chicago and had served a oneyear dietetic internship at before enrolling at Mundelein College Lois had attended Central College at she is a graduate of Sioux Center High school and the daughter of and Lawrence Vande Kramer is a member of both the Iowa and american die title and during her residence in Illinois had made several appear ances As a lecturer in the Chicago area on the subject of she has done some writing on the subject As a result of her research and experience in the and several of her articles have been at the present time she is working on three other which May be published at a later youth fair mooting in City november 13 the annual meeting of the Sioux county youth fair association will be held at the Holland House in Sioux Center at 8 novem Ber Elma Van Secretary of the announced this directors Are to be elected from districts Sand a Brief organizational meeting will immediately follow the annual Busi Ness present officers and directors Are Volney president Elrich Sioux vice president Lloyd Van Orange Secretary treasurer and Jacob Moss of Milt Pennings of Orange Glen Schut of Sioux Lammert Roetman of Art Bauder of Sioux Cen Ron Muth of Doug de Graaf of Rock Arie Koole of Larry Bloemendaal of Alton and Daryl Schlumbohm of trap shooting club to to organized a Sioux Center trap shooting club is to be organized at a meeting of interested persons scheduled for 7 p m november at the East end of the of a mile race track in open space officers and directors will be elected and plans for holding regular shoots in open space Park will be Dis a secondhand trap set has been obtained to get the club members reports one of the membership in the club is open to All interested men and to soil buddy poppies in City 7 it 8 members of the local and its auxiliary sell buddy poppies Here thursday and november 7 and in the interest of raising funds for disabled and needy veterans and the widows and orphans of deceased mayor Mouw has issued a proclamation proclaiming november 7 and 8 As buddy poppy Days in the City the proclamation urges All patriotic citizens to Wear a buddy poppy As mute evidence of our gratitude to the men of this country who have risked or lost their lives in fulfilling their obligations As american citizens three More drawings will be made in Sioux Center at thursday november names will be As from the Telephone listings of Sioux Center and 13 surrounding commune a person whose name is drawn must be present to win the in addition to the drawing for three three License num Bers will be selected at random from cars parked in Sioux Center business District on thursday evening and these will be announced at Over radio station owners of the License numbers announced May identify themselves by calling the radio station and each such Lucky License Holder will receive a Bonus which May be used As Cash for Pur Chase of merchandise at any Partick continued on Back Page a cast of Sioux Center High school directed by Jim will present the great american tra our town by Thornton Wil in the High school auditorium on Friday and november 22 and beginning at 8 the which is set in grovers in the Early centers on the lives of towns the Story is built around the everyday activities in a Small town act the Dally introduces the members of the Webb and Gibbs the second act is called love and and it Hope Haven celebrating Hope Haven at Rock Valley is Cele Brating 10 years of Mission and ser vice to handicapped people of the area during the period november 4 through thursday is rehabilitation and therapeutic services Day and Friday is social services portrays these events As they happen to the characters of George Gibbs and Emily the final act is entitled our town is done with a mini mum of stage backdrops and the meaning of the play is conveyed by the characters and their reactions to one members of the cast Are stage Man Delmar Brink Doc Jeff Oliver Lou Ann Clemens George Eldon Mulder Rebecca Lisa Hagen Steve Kiel Mary Mouw Emily Linda Wynia Wally Curt Broek Joe Jim Grond Howie Gary Rensink professor Ron Meendering Simon Stem Greg Kosters Judy Irwin Constable Loren Vanroekel is Jim Oliver Sam Dave Samani Joe Roy Nelson Brenda Den Julie Vanden Berg and Kathy misfortune stimulates tin act of love neighbors pick 45 acres of Corn Andy Van Farmer of 8 Miles Northeast of Sioux has had his share of misfortune this suffering on october 2 a compound fracture of his left leg and a fractured vertebrae of the Back which will keep him Laid up another 3 to 6 months when he slipped and fell approximately 28 feet to the ground from a silo on his yet it is not exaggerating to say Andy is one of the most grateful men alive he fairly radiates he is grateful to his he sex for sparing his life when he tool the terrible fall from his silo on octo Ber he is grateful to whom he warmly describes As the Best in the i just cant begin to Tell you How helpful they have been to me and my family in so Many ways since the Accident and my hospitalization and now during my period of recupera Tion at Andy explained to a Sioux Center news reporter one Day last week at the conclusion of a Corn picking Bee at his Twenty neighbors showed up at his place Early in the afternoon of octo Ber 30 with nine Corn pickers and Al most 20 trailer wagons and within a 3hour period picked All the Corn 45 acres that was still in the hauled it onto the and elevated it into either bins or onto a another 65 acres had been harvested for silage the picking chore was completed just ahead of a which made the Van Bochove family All the More thankful for Good Harold Vande Skelly bulk Oil and Gas dealer of Sioux furnished All the Gas and diesel fuel required for the Corn picking project and the first National Bank of Sioux in another Goodwill provided the baked goods which were served to the working Crew upon completion of the Corn picking and hauling six neighbor women and god bless said Van Boc Hove brought food and helped serve it to the hungry they were mrs Gary Vander Pete Vander Elmer Vande Verdean Harold Vande continued on Back the Andy Van Bochove family of Northeast of Sioux Center think they have the Best neighbors in the not Only because they turned out at their farm the afternoon of october 30 to pick 45 acres of Corn still in the but for helping out in Many ways after Andy slipped and fell from a silo and suffered a fractured vertebrae and a compound quadruple fracture of his left Van Bochove is the former Dorothy daughter of Ben Vonk of Sioux Cen is on her dads and is at pictured Here Are the thoughtful neighbors who gathered at the Andy Van Bochove farm Miles Northeast of Sioux Center on october 30 to help a crippled neigh Bor pick front left to right Bill Russ Vander Elmer Vande Dean Stan Vander Wilford John Warntjes Alan Van Bochove son of Andy and Wayne Meerdink Backie Loki Wally Vander Wilt Jake Vande Zwaig Gary Gerrit Barney John Harold Vander Claude Vander a Wmk ban Koerselman and Gary Vander f

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