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18 Sep 1974

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18 Sep 1974

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 18, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaLift to right Ken de Vos Basil vender Helm worry Vandar Berg and Harold b. Vermir. To Cal pos Offitt atty of Jot Hove served collectively 101 years four Sioux Center postal service employees completed september 16 a total of 101 Man years of service at Canter Post office. During this period the receipts Rose an-1 � dually from $16,519.31 to �131,952.55 for the present fiscal year which ended june 30, 1974. Ken de ups began his career on february 27, t955t As temporary substitute Carrier. He was transferred from Carrier to clerk status on March 16, 1953, and has remained in the clerk Craft. He has 24 be years of service. Harold b. Vermeer started As a substitute Carrier at the time City delivery to Homes was instituted in Sioux Center. This was on september 16, 1949. He was advanced to regular full time Carrier on september 10, 19g6. He will have completed 25 years on september 16, 1974. During these years he has worn out count less shoes and walked Over 40,000 Miles. Morv Vander Berg also started at the time City delivery service began. At that time he was appointed As a substitute City Carrier and was promoted to full time Carrier on january is 1950, on april 4 1966, due to the retirement of j. W. Vansteenwyk from Rural route 1, he was transferred to this route which he continues to serve. He will also have completed 25 years of service on septem ber 16. 1974. Basil Vander Helm with 26 a years service was appointed temporary substitute clerk in january 15, 1948. Head Vance to substitute clerk May is 1950s to full time clerk on 10-01-53 and on june 27, 1970. He was appointed to the management position of assistant to the postmaster. All tour in addition their postal ser vice have acquired additional civilian ser vice in the military. Will Start delivering local waste to Tri county Landfill about mid october delivery of Sioux Center solid waste garbage and rubbish to the newly established trl county Landfill Northwest of Hospers will begin about the Middle of october Harold Schiebout local utilities superintendent a member of the Agency committee stated this week. He said that some of the communities in , o Brien Osceola area who Are hurting for disposal space already Are delivering waste to the Landfill. W however the facility will not become fully operational until installation of a Large on at the land fill site has been completed within three to four weeks in the meantime those communities that Are delivering waste to the Landfill Are having to weigh their waste elsewhere on Scales closest to Home. The Basic rate for delivery of mull cd pal waste to the Landfill is $4 per ton. A mileage credit allowance lets the rate decrease in accordance with distance travelled to the site. Under this guideline Sioux centers rate is $2.68 per ton. Towns delivering a greater distance will pay a still lower rate. Hospers and she Don closest to the Landfill will pay the. Full $4 per ten. " Rural families who want to make use of the trl county Landfill Are now charge at the rate of $1 per car or $2 per is ton pick to. Use of Center Landfill except by the local official waste collecting Agency Brommers. Is now being discouraged by City officials. However the City has announced that local families Are permitted to deliver Trees which have had to be removed to the local Landfill and such Huey items k waste Concrete. Beenish Van Berkel reelected to school Board Howard Beernink and Severt Van Berk al were re elected to three year terms on the school Board of Center com Munty school District at the school elec Tion Here september 10. Both were without announced opposition. Beernink represents District i and Van Berkel District 4 Gerald Bosch was re elected to a 2-year term As school District treasurer. A total of 145 votes were cast. The local voters approved 135 to 9 a proposition to Grant the local school Board permission to sell certain school property which will no longer be needed after the new Junior senior High school is pressed into service in the fall of 1975. This property includes the Industrial arts building two Small Homes the vocational a shop and present bus barn. The local voters also approved 90 to s3 the assessing of a Mill Levy As previously for building construction at the Northwest Iowa vocational school in Sheldon. Here is the vote director District no 1 Howard Beernink 141 not voted 4 Joe Franken 1 spoiled 2 not voted 7 District treasurer Gerald Bosch-132 not voted -13 proposal Gaje of property defect or District no. 4 Severt Van Berkel 134 Marvin Mouw 1 yes 135no-g Mot voted 1 i mall Lew for vocational school Wilmer re Sinh reelected form Bureau president Wilmer Rensink of Rural Sioux Center was re elected president of Courly farm Bureau at the organization s an Nual dinner business meeting held at the High school auditorium Here september 1c theron Mulder also of Rural Sioux can tar was retained for another year As vice president. The newly elected Secretary replacing Eugene Haverdink is Owen Dyk Hornof Rural Maurice and the new treasurer is Dean Schmidt of Rural Sheldon. He succeeds Daryl Schlumbohm of Rural Ireton. Mrs. Lloyd Van t Hul of Alton was Collider of my Cor Sio Legi Sletz Coletor showings of 1975 models of cars have been scheduled by Sioux Center s four automobile dealerships for the latter part of next week or the forepart of the following week. Here Ai the show dates thursday. September 26-Showlng of new Mercury and Fords at Mouw motors. Friday september at showing of new Chevrolet at ver Hoef Chevrolet and showing of new Pon lacs and bulks at Van Velzen Pontiac Bulck inc. Tuesday october a show inn. Of new Chrysler. Dodges and Plymouth al Vos motor sales. Mission festival in Terai Church 4 peace lutheran Church 7 Miles West of Sioux Center and our Savior s of oct Valley will celebrate a Mission festival this sunday sept. 22. Rev. Alfred w. Walck will be the special speaker and show slides in the afternoon and evening. Rev Walck is a missionary in new Guinea from 1946 1973 and is serving i congregation it Linn Grove. The sunday morning worship at peace is al 9 . And at our Savior s it 10 30 . The service at our Silvor s will be followed by a pot Luck dinner end after noon presentation with slides the Slid presentation at peace will be it 7 . 4 with Fellowship lunch following it the Public if invited to loin the festivities. Ratified As the new farm Bureau women s chairman. She had served the past two years As vice chairman and replaces mrs. A. Doorenbos of Boyden. Ratified As newly elected township dlr sectors Ware Marvin Van t Hul of Capel Paul Stander of Holland Bob Van Gelder of Nassau Les Koopman of Reading Don continued on Page 8 i v yes 90 no-53 not voted 2 Public invited to near Van Vinen the people of Center area have been invited to hear a. R. Van tul Nen development director of Pine rest Christian Hospital at Denver speak at the first reformed Church Here at 8 . Monday september 23, on the institution s new adopt a patient Campaign continued on Back Page Sioux cent a Iowa wednesday september 18. 1974 volume 81 number 38 county senior citizens picnic hero sept. 18 the annual Sioux county senior Citi Zens picnic sponsored by county Council on aging will be held at Cen trial Park Sioux Center wednesday sept. 18, at 12 noon. Any Sioux county resident 65 or older is invited to attend. A pot Luck dinner will be held at noon. Each person attending is asked to bring his own food and table setting. Beverages will be supplied. Special recognition will be Given the oldest woman and oldest Man attending and the town Best represented. Special music will be provided. Each town is expected to contribute to the Day s program with a shit music or some other entertain Merit. In Case of rain the picnic will be held thursday sept. 19, with All other arrange ments remaining the lame. Three $500 drawings Here thursday eve there will be three More $500 draw Ings in Sioux Center thursday evening. Persons residing in Sioux Center and 14 surrounding communities Hull Rock Valley Hoyden Maurice i re ton Orange City Hawarden Hospers Craig Struble Doon Inwood Hudson . And fair View .-who Are listed in Telephone directors of their communities Are Poten tial winners. They must be present to win. The three names drawn this week will be announced in All local business places at 8 30 ., at one Short blast of the City fire Siren. A two minute claiming per Ioa will be allowed. Local stores will be open to 9 . On thursday and every thursday and every thursday hereafter and will close at 5 30 . On fridays except Lor those stores that normally Are open More than one night a week. The three names drawn last week were Joe a. Horn Boyden Gerald a. Joffer Ira ton Arvin Kitchen master Hawarden. None were present. Don Stultz at left and Arle Olivier local men form corporation will build ready built Homes a new ready built Home corporation which will operate under the name Olivier and Stultz Homes inc., and have its Headquarters in Dakota City nebr., has been formed by Arle Olivier owner of Olivier ready blot Homes of Sioux Center and Don Stull. Former manager of Bomgaars Supply store Here. The new company began construction of a Model Home at Dakota City monday and there will be a Public showing of this Structure there As soon As it has been completed. The company has a six runway site for the building of new Homes and they will be sold at this site before they Are moved to owner lots. The ready tilt Homes will vary in size from 2-bedroom to 4-bedroom. Several men will be employed at the construction site located at the Junction of highways 77 and 35 in Dakota City. The Don Stultz family have sold their Home at 71 9th st. So Here to the family he is the new veterinarian on the Wallinga Bleeker sick clinic staff and will be moving october 1 to South st. Mary s Street in morning Side october 1. The newly formed company already has received a bid to build seven Homes Lor Dick Salem of Salem reality in Sioux City. In addition to building Homes the company will sell pre lab garages. Or. Stultz served As manager of the Bomgaars Supply store Here for approximately 2 years before resigning recently to help form the new corporation. Musical the Fant Sticks to be presented Here the musical the Fant Sticks will be presented at Center Community school auditorium at 8 p. M. Friday sep tember 27. Sioux Center s recreation & a Lecoun Ell along with Dort College Are sponsor ing the production brought to the area by the Continental theatre company of Homecoming Friday Friday is Homecoming at Sioux Center Community High school. The annual festivities will be kicked Oft at 7 30 p. M. Wednesday september in with a Bonfire rally at the old softball Diamond adjacent to the new water Tower. Coronation of the Homecoming Queen is scheduled for 2 30 p. M. Friday. Sep tember 20, at the High school auditorium. The Queen will be elected by popular vote of the High from a list of four senior candidates which were chosen by the members of the football team. The candidates Are Donna Ellis Judy Irwin Eunice Kempers and Donna Van Voorst. The annual Homecoming Parade up main Avenue will take place at 3 p. M. Anc will feature a variety of school floats. The school s marching band will Lead the Par Ade and the Junior High band will also appear in the line of March. Sixty dollars in prize Money will be shared by the classes with three top floats. First prize is $30 2nd, $20, and 3rd, $10. Highlight of the annual Homecoming will be Center George Sioux land conference football game scheduled for 7 30 p. M. At the new athletic Field. Special recognition alumni of the class of continued on Back Page Wichita Kansas. It is a fully professional show in its second year of tour a delightful musical with Appeal for the whole family. The Fant Sticks has the of having the longest Broadway run in his tory and producing some memorable tunes. One of the Best known is try to Dort College is paying the lion s share of the Cost for having the company because the Etc will be conducting work shops on the Campus during the Day. Tickets Are Only $2.00 for non student and si.50 for student. Bleacher seating which is unreserved May be purchased at the door for $1.50. General admissions reserved seating is on the main floor Only and May a had by calling the Dort College switchboard operator 722-3771or Bosch s clothing 722-0055. All tickets will be paid for on the evening of performance. The Best seats will be assigned to the earliest callers. he Community contort net local delegation finds All systems go in Washington at peace sept. 22 weeks weather report ate 9-10 9-11 9-12 9-13 9-14 9-15 9-16 High 85 84 ?5 60 75 75 Low 57 60 45 37 37 42 80 43 total prec Patlon pee cup. 0 .05 ,7b 0 0 0 a soup and Fellowship supper a soup and Fellowship supper will be held on thursday oct. 3. In the basement of first reformed Church Between 5 . And 8 . Soup sandwiches and pies will to served. Adv. Another Northwest Iowa Community conference was hosted in Washington 0. C., last thursday and Friday by Congress Man Wiley Mayne for the purpose of jiving All interested governmental and Community leaders of the 6th District an Opportunity to become better acquainted with the services and funding that Are available to them through the wide variety of Federal agencies and governmental departments and to give the people who at tend the Opportunity to become personally acquainted with some of the depart ment and Agency people in decision Mak ing positions. Sioux Center was again among the Northwest Iowa communities represented at the conference which Drew a total of 115 people from 26 towns. The local delegation consisted of 13 persons More than half of them people connected with the City government. Al so represented was the local chamber of Commerce Center land development corp the local Industrial development committee county Board of supervisors and the local news paper. People who made up Center delegation Wen mayor win. A Mouw City mar. Darrel Rensink City atty. Mau Rice a. Tepaske. City Chunc Larnen Willis Albardak Ross k. Vernon Melvln Scheu ten the latter also attended m president of the chamber of Commerce John a. Franken representing the local Industrial development committee a Well m Center land development corp. Leonard de Stigter and ate Vries also of Sioux Center land development corp Alre Schlmmel representing county Board of supervisors Roy m. Gardner editor of Center news. Also in the local delegation were mrs. Vernon and mrs. Schummel. The group had the Opportunity to continued on Page b pictured Here with u. S. Sec. Of agriculture Earl Butz and 6th dust congressman Wiley Mayne Are 11 of 13 Sioux Center lans who attended the Northwest Low Community conference in Washington on thursday and Friday of last week. Front Row i left to right Mel so Youlen. City councilman Anc chamber of Commerce president Cong. Mine. Mayor we. L. Mouw Sec. Butz mrs. Arie Schlmmel of Fri in of. R0y a Gardner editor of Sioux Center news Leonard de Stigter representing Sioux Center land develop ment Ross k. Vernon City councilman and manager of Mulu al Telephone co., City manager Darrel Rensink Willis Alberda. City councilman Arie soil unmet of Sioux county Board of. Supervisors al de Vries treasurer of Sioux county land few a elopement corp. City ally. Maurice a. Tepaske. Absent when picture was taken were John a. Franken. Prev ident of Center land development corp., and or. Ross k. Vernon. The local delegation and representatives of 25 other North West Iowa communities had the Opportunity to hear speak and answer questions put to them by the Northwest Lowanta 17 top government officials including three members of prel Ideal Gerald Ford s Cabinet see Story

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