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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaView of 3-Plene-shop hangar from service apron look inti North from taxiway along 3,000 it. Runway borne members of Iowa aeronautics commission pictured Are expected to attend dedication Hare Friday. Left to right Forrest Mcdonald of Jefferson Frank w. Berlin commission director of des Molnes Roger a. Jensen of Eldors Vern lawyer of des Molnes Bruce h. Van Druff of red Oak commission chairman and Norbert d. Baltes of Charles City. Will dedicate local municipal Airport 3 . Friday the Laux Center municipal Airport sporting a newly paved 3,000 it. X soft. Runway service apron with two pumps a paved taxiway and three plane hangar with shop will be formally dedicated on Friday october 25. The dedicatory address will be delivered by gov. Robert d. Ray at 3 . The governor is scheduled to arrive at the Airport about 2 30 ., or shortly thereafter. A luncheon open to All Fly in pilots and to the general Public will be served inside the hangar from 12 30 to 2 . The lunch will by free for Fly in pilots and $1.00 or other persons. Air plane rides will be available Dur ing the afternoon and two special Fea Tures of the Day will include 1 a Dis play and demonstration of radio con trolled Model air planes and 2 a Dis play of new old and unusual aircraft. The dedication program and lunch Eon is jointly sponsored by the City of Sioux Center the Sioux Center Cham ber of Commerce and the Sioux Cen ter Jaycees. City mgr. Darrel Rensink will serve As master of ceremonies at the mean a ton program. Mayor we. L. Mouw will introduce gov. Ray following a Flag raising ceremony. After the dedication speech the emcee will introduce members of the Iowa aeronautics commission who Are in attendance and these persons will be Given the Opportunity to respond. Closing remarks will be presented by my atty. M. A. Tepaske. The Sioux Center Community High school marching band will provide music at the dedication program under the direction of Dave Silhacek. Prizes will be awarded to youngest and oldest Fly in pilots in attendance to the Pilot who flew the greatest Dis Tance to attend and to the owner of the Best antique Fly in. Gov. Robert d. Ray dedication speaker funeral services held oct. 17 for Neil Schuller 85 funeral services were held at Mem orial funeral Home in Sioux Center at 1-.30 . Thursday october 17, for Nell Schuller 85, of Sioux Center who died at the veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls october 14. Services were conducted by the Rev. Jack Boerigter pastor of the first reformed Church of Sioux Cen ter and burial was in Nassau cemetery at Alton. Or. Schuller was born March 12, 1889, at Alton. He served in the army during world War i. He married Mary Koel on january 23, 1926, at Orange City and later resided at Rock rapids door and Ireton before moving to Sioux Center. Survivors include the widow and several nieces and nephews. Corii gleaning set As Benefit for Hope Haven it Hospital volunteers of several local organizations and Dort College Are plan Ning a Corn gleaning Bee saturday november 2, under the leadership of Sioux Center Jaycees As a fund raising Benefit for the Sioux Center common. Ity Hospital and Hope Haven school v for the handicapped at Rock Valley. The Hospital and Hope Haven will share equally the proceeds the com continued on Page 12 $500 drawings another three drawings for three $500 prizes will be made in Sioux Cen ter thursday evening when the stores Are open to 9 . The retail mer chants committee of the local chamber of Commerce reminds shoppers of i area. The three names drawn will be announced in All participating business places at 8 30 ., at the sound of the lire whistle. A person must be pre sent to win. There will be a two min Ute claiming period. Three names drawn oct. 17 names drawn last thursday evening for the three $500 prizes were Gilbert de ruler of Rock Valley Clarence Peters of Orange City and de de Jong the of Hull. All were absent open House november or. And mrs. Les Heusinkveld owners and operators of Heusinkveld Book store located across Street East from first reformed Church will hold open House at the store from 9 . To 9 . On Friday november 1, in Observance of their eth anniversary As a Sioux Center business place. Free Coffee and cookies will be served throughout the Day. Sioux Center Iowa wednesday october 23, 1974 volume 31 number 43 reformation Day rally at Dort Friday oct. 25 Bruce Dykstra join the fact corps Lorene Dykstra professor Harvie m. Conn a Mem ber of the staff at Westminster Theo logical Seminary in Philadelphia Penn. Will be the featured speaker at the an Nual Midwest reformation Day rally which will be held at the Dort col lege auditorium Here at 8 . Friday. October 25. The Public is invited to attend the rally. Music will be furnished by the Dort College concert band and the Dort chorale. Prof. Conn teaches courses in mis Sions at Westminster. Prior to joining the faculty there he served for sever al years As a missionary in Korea. He has become Well known in the u. S. As a scholar writer and speaker. In addition to speaking at the reformation Day program Here prof. Conn will spend three Days on the Dort Campus will conduct a Chapel service speak at two evening meetings and address several classes. Clocks move Bach an hour oct. 27 the u. S. Will revert to Standard time for a 4-month period starting at 2 . Sunday october 27. Year round Daylight savings time was adapted last december As a move to save Energy but records show that very Little Energy has been saved and that the savings has been More than offset by increased danger to children going to school in the dark. So Congress approved a reversion which will remain in effect until february 23, 1975. At that time the nation will change to Daylight savings time again for approximately 6 months. Bruce and Lorene Dykstra will teach on Fiji Island prof. Harvie Conn Hospital Bazaar goal is $4,000 Bruce and Lorene Dykstra 1974 graduates of Northwestern College Orange City Nave joined the peace corps and been assigned to the Fiji is lands. Their 27 months term will begin november 2 and will include three months of training before permanent assignment. The couple will Fly with about 36 other volunteers to make a total of 130 peace corp workers in the islands. Lorene expects to Leach math and English Bruce math and science both on a secondary level. Since the schools Are very Short on teachers they could be asked to Leach other subjects also. The fill islands he in the South Pacific where the nearest Large land masses Are new Zeeland and Australia. The population includes native al plans indians a a Elneese polynesians and europeans a term that also includes americans. Bruce and Lorene will be involved with Community and extra curricular activities in addition to teaching. Peace corps seeks to help those in underdeveloped countries by volunteers living and working on the same level As the natives. The volunteers Are thus More easily accepted As members of the Community and have a More rewarding and enriching experience. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Reynard Dykstra of Sioux Center and or. And mrs. James Whiteho Usefof Rural Gruver. They will spend their remaining time in the United states visiting relatives. The goal of the 1974 Sioux Center Hospital Bazaar scheduled for Friday november los $4.000. This is approximately $1,000 above the amount raised last year by the hos Pital auxiliary at the Bazaar but is the amount needed to finish paying Tor the $11,000 portable a Ray machine which the auxiliary purchased for the local Hospital several months ago and which has been in regular use since. The Bazaar this year will feature a number of special Sale Booths in the basement of the Library building. Including 1 baked Sale 2 Candy counter 31 country store 4 Nee dle work s Christmas items and 6 crafts. There will also be a special Booth at which some 5,000 Home made fro zen sauce Lozes plus in Trie Blanket will be sold by the dozen. These Are now being made by a number of Volunteer women of the Community. All the Booths will be in operation from 9 . To 5 . On november 1 and during those same hours Mem Bers of the auxiliary will serve in the Library basement Coffee cheese buns vet Bowlen and Sau Cizes. Post office will be closed monday the Sioux Center Post office will be closed monday october 28. In Obser Vance of National veterans Day. Post master Don de Gooyer has announced there will be no delivery on City or Rural routes. However the lobby will be open so that patrons May have a Cess to boxes and to the postage Dis Penser. There will be one dispatch of mall at 4 30 . Sioux Center business places and professional offices will not observe veterans Day until monday novem ber 11 the old traditional time for observing is tic Day hence they will be open on october 28. The Hospital auxiliary will serve lunch in the basement of the Munici pal building Between 11 . And 2 . And the menu will include chill vegetable and Chicken soup Sau Cizes pie Coffee and milk. Kampars greenhouse of Sioux Cen. Ter has donated a Large Plant which will be Given away As a door prize at the Library basement. All who attend the Bazaar Are eligible to Register the committee in charge has announced. Some of the items that will be sold at the Bazaar will be displayed in the front window of modern footwear store starting monday afternoon. Those who will be donating items that will be sold at the various Booths have been requested to deliver them to the Library basement on thursday afternoon. October 31, or Friday mor Ning Early. Beta Sigma Phi has donated $25 to the Hospital auxiliary for the Purchase of materials that will be used for Mak ing Christmas items to be sold at the Bazaar. Fund drive on behalf of Christian school is under Way Here a fund drive on behalf of the Sioux Center Christian school will be conducted in the Community this week. The canvass will be entered with in the business District but other fam Ilies and individuals who have shown generosity toward the school and its needs will also be contacted reports Jim Kredt chairman of the canvass committee for 1974. Serving with Jim on the committee Are Lyle critters and Barney Buyert. They compose the school s finance committee. Assisting them will be All other members of the school Board. They Hope to Complete the can Vass this week Christian education week. The Christian school has an enrol ment this year of 357 students. It is supported largely by the families who have children enrolled there and the consult Nancy of the Christian Reform continued on Back Page Gorrit Roskopp Hurt Farn Acci Doit is i howling improve tit Gerlt Roskamp who was seriously injured october 4 when his clothes became caught in the Power take Oft of the tractor is now showing improve men in Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls. He has been in intensive care for lung and neck injuries and now has a Brace on his neck. He also had sur Gery the Early part of last week on a badly fractured . Weeks weather report Eitl. October 15 october 16 october 17 october is october 19 october 20 october 21 a 74 74" 73 65 62 73 m a 34 44 43 34 33 39 p Job ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 to. Now fireball will be dedicated Horo thursday total precipitation Dimer at Dort will Climax Sioux comity Mayno Day oct. 28 a county wide dinner at the Dort commons at 7 30 . Will Climax Wiley Mayne Day in Sioux county on monday october 28. Scheduled to speak at the dinner besides Mayne is David Stanley of Muscat in Republican candidate for . Senator. Tickets for the dinner can be obtained from any of the following Dorothy Dunlop of Orange City mrs. Aria Schimmel of Sioux Center Barb Anderson of Rock Valley Lucas de Kosler of Hull Arlan Schaap of Ireton Karen Boeyink of Alton Arlin de Zeeuw of Hawarden and Albert win yers of Boyden. Meal tickets Are 5 per person except hat High school and College Stu dents May Purchase tickets for $2.50. Cong. Wayne who is seek ing elec Tion to a 5th 2-Yiar term will be accompanied in Sioux county monday by his wife. Belly. State senator Stanley will be accompanied by his 21-year-old daughter Becky. Emcee at the dinner will be Law rence Vander Esch. Of Orange City county treasurer. There will be Musi Cal entertainment provided during the evening. Co chairmen Lawrence Vander mine Slinky Esch and Roger vis hive announced the following schedule for Sioux county Wiley Mayne Day the activities will begin in Alton at 8 30 . With a. Coffee at the of cafe followed by a tour of the Busi Ness District by congressman and mrs. Mayne. From Alton the caravan will travel to Granville Lor a Short tour of the business District. Cong. Mayne is expected to arrive in Granville at 9 5. At 9 45 the activities will begin in Hospers with a rally at the Hospers continued on Back Page Sioux Center s attractive new Brick 4-stall tar shall. Located in the South West Corner of Central Park facing n. Main Avenue will be dedicated thurs Day evening october 24. The dedication program at the fire Hall will be immediately following a 7 p. M. Downtown main Avenue Parade of fire fighting units of Sioux Center and some special antique units from sever al surrounding communities. Open House will be held at the new Flora Hall f rom1 . To 9 . Thurs Day with All interested persons invited to attend. Free Coffee and doughnuts will be served from 7 . To 9 . There will be registration for More than 50 door prizes with estimated total value of $400 which were donated by local business places. Win ners will be announced following the dedication program. There will be no formal speech made at the dedication program which will be emceed by City mgr. Darrel Rensink. Following a Flag raising ceremony by representatives of the local Ameri can legion and . Posts and a prayer by e. John Kosters r. W. Rozeboom former local fire chief and City councilman will present a history of the local Volunteer fire department. This will be followed by an Intro auction of former Lireman by fire chief Les Brommer. After that Don Brommer vice president of the fire department will introduce future firemen of the Community represented by 4th Grade boys of Kinsey elementary school the local Christian school and Lebanon school. Everett g. Franken Long time member of the local lire department now serving As Deputy lire chief will introduce the present members of the guests at the dedication including representative s of the state fire Marshall s office will be introduced by Rossk Vernon president of the local Volunteer fireman and a member of he City Council. Closing remarks will be presented by mayor we. A Mouw. I

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