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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, IowaA tort of Dort faculty receives . It grit this Sinai or Salt act de George a. Faber a member of the education department of Dort College received his pm. O. In science education from Western Michigan University in Kala a Nakaoo Mich., on August 23. His dissertation topic was the preparation of Junior High science teachers in the pub Lic schools of southwestern Michigan. Or. Faber received his m. A. From West Ern Michigan University in 1968 and studied As an . Doctoral fellow at Western Michigan since 1971. He also served As coordinator of student teachers for the University. Or. Faber a native of Prinsburg Minn has had 10 years experience in the Chris Tian schools of Sheboygan. Wise., Zee land Mich and Holland Mich and was a live in various Christian teachers associations. The Fabers have 3 children Jody 10, Richard 8, and Robert 10 months. Or. B. C. Hagert has been named to a National panel studying effective methods of caring for Accident related injuries. The announcement was made this past week end at a a National conference of chiropractors held in Chicago. George a. Fiber i Iii Iii Minim in i deeds filed in Sioux county imiiiihihihii1iii1iiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii Elizabeth Albers Etal extra to Vernon l. Vande Brake Etal l 2 in Aud sub of blk 30 & 31, 2nd addn., Alton. $3250. Merlyn a Kraal . To Lyle e. Kline of l4, blk 21, East addn., Orange City. 1. Altce Van Veldhuyzen a Dato Leona Harmsen Etal 3/9ths int. In it swat 20 96-43. 51. I Alice Van Veldhuyzen a Dato Leona Harmsen Etal 4/9ths int. In it Swik 20- 96-43. $1. Leona oarsmen & is to Alice Van Vel Dhul a 5/9ttis it in it eve Swa 20 96-43. $1. City of Hawarden to Lorraine Edmunds it Alley blk 12, Wal co s 1st addn., Hawarden. $1. Wayne Stewart & of to Arie Van group & of l 10, Park addn., Orange City. $1. Arnold g. De Jong & of to Sontner j. Altena is 3, 4, 5 & 6, blk a & is 1, 2, 3, 45 4 6, blk 9 Perkins. $1. William j. Rush & of to Terry g. Karr & of is 7, b & 9, blk 4, Belle vue addn., Hawarden. $1. Golda Belle de Haas wow to Glenn r. Evenhus & of l s 1 & 2, & it Alley blk 4 North Alton. $1. Joel n. Johnson & of to Louis Kem Ner & of it is 5 & 6, in Aud sub & rpt of blk 4, Van orman s addn., Haar den. 9 1. Joseph c. Coakley Etal trustees to Earl Clifford Cogswell & of i int. In s i Nev. 17-97-46. 1. ,. Cornelia m. Ashenfelter & Husto Earl Clifford Cogswell & of pc int in Stone to 17-97-46. $1. Mathilda Treinen & is to Allan Stamer & of l 5, blk 2, West Side addn., Gran r Volle. $1. Andrew ver Hoeven & of to Virgil Vandestouwe Etal l 5 in Aud sub & rpt of blk. 31. 33. 34 & Hull Street in sub of ptol2, Hull.$l. James p. Statema & of to Community living inc. It is 27, 28, 29 & 30, blk 2. Park addn., Rock Valley. 51. Henry j. Ranschau sol to Shirley c. Moore Etal new a new 13-96-47. $1. Henry j. Ranschau sol to Rodney Ranschau Etal in nov 13-96-47. $1. Peter Gaul & of to Margaret penning it l 5 & vacated Alley in Irreg. Survey of n a new a 12-94-43, Granville. $1 Edward w. Utech & of to Edward Schreur is 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, al 9, 10, 11, 12, 25 & 26, blk 1. Williams addn., Orange City. $1. Edward Schreur & of to Gerben Van Gelder is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, 12, 25 & 26, blk 1, William s addn., Orange City. $1. Wayne Vemon & of to Franklin Vogel l 21, Netherlands add. Orange City. Sam p. De Jong Elal extra to Edward l. Stetson & of it is 7 & 8, blk 33, South addn., Orange City $18,000. Arle mans & of to Paul f. Cassens & of l6, blk 2, Sunset addn., Orange City $1. Mathilda Relnert & is to Handy wiederholt & of l 8, blk 2, wests de addn., Granville. $1. Donald Farber Etal to James Lynott Etal l 8, in Aud sub of blk 2, Van or Man s 1st addn., Hawarden. $28,000. Jean Ann Klein Ballard & is to Ralph Brown Climer & of is 7 & a blk 13, in sub of Pool 10. Granville. $1. Clayton b. Thompson trustee to Cut y of Hawarden is 1, 2, 3, 11 & 12, blk 52, Ames 2nd addn., Hawarden. $1. Lorraine Edmunds & is to City of Hawarden it l 2, 91k 12. Wal co s 1st addn., Hawarden. $1. Blanche Lorraine Roorda & is to Community Oil col l. 1, blk 1, Golf course addn., Rock Valley. $1. Dwight blanker & of to Harriet Van Voorst l 13, blk 1, Matlock. $1. Harriet Vermeer & is to City of Sioux enter it Sefc Swu 14-95-45. $6000. Well Sites. Mario d. Zeutenhorst Etal to ver Hoef Chevrolet. Inc. L 3, Altena addn., Sioux Center. 5 1. Robert o. Paton & of to Darrell n. Curlett l 3. & it. Vacated Alley blk 45, Ames add. To Caliope. $1. Have More marbling picks of fat within the meat than younger beef. The generally accepted Rule of thumb is that eating Quality is improved As mar bling increases. But is lessened by age. Hence to get the same Quality stamp older cuts now must have an offsetting Abund Anceo internal fat. Recent research has indicated that for cattle under 30 months of age Matur Ity changes do not have a significant effect said Pierce. Roy Nielsen listed in who s who in american High schools Roy Nielsen Iii senior at Sioux Cen ter High school son of or. And mrs. Roy Nielsen of Sioux Center has been notified that he will be listed in the eighth annual edition of who s who among american High school students. In addition to having his biography published in the Book Roy will compete for one of ten scholarship awards of $500 to $1,000 funded by the publishers. He intends to attend Iowa state University Ames upon graduation. Northwestern College Orange City has a 3% increase in enrolment this seme Ster according to Harold Vander Laan registrar. Late registrations and part time student lists Are not Complete but the col lege s enrolment will top last year s 700. 531 students Are living on Campus this year. Approximately 200 commute Stu Dent faculty ratio is expected to be approximately 13 to 1. . . New Cen l Slen new autos James m. Or Katherine Kots Ireton Chrysler. Edwin or Alma Post Rock Valley Bli Kkt. Harold v. Evans Sheldon Chrysler. John or Shirley Harskamp Boyden Ford. John Wolf Sheldon. Pollac. Grace Kelzer Hull Chevrolet. Helen Mitchell Hawarden. Plymouth. Harriet Boote Sioux Center Mercury. George or Deane Kots. Orange City Mercury. Harold or Arta Vander Schoor Haar den Chevrolet. Or a. L. Mcgilvra Sioux Center Chev Rolet. Grada Schulterman Sioux Center Ford Quad stale industries inc., Orange City Ford. Quad state industries City Ford. Herman Kasler Hull Ford. Robert Elsma Ireton Ford Galen Bookter Boyden Oldsmobile Ferdinand Tiedeman Hull Ford Marvin Holtrop Sheldon Dodge. Alberta Kroese Hull Pontiac. James Houtsma Sheldon Chevrolet. Harry or Sadie Hoekstra Maurice Oldsmobile. New trucks Chevrolet Rufus Rolston. Sheldon Chevrolet. Bradley Hill Hawarden Ford. Van s poultry farm inc., Sioux Center Ford. Andrew Van Bochove Hull International. Charles Kroese jr., Hull Dodge. 5loux feed co., Sioux Center Chevrolet. Russell s ready mix inc., Orange City Ford. Russell s ready mix inc., Orange City Ford. Scroggs feed and Grain. Hawarden International. Dean Schmidt Sheldon Chevrolet Charles or Douglas Houlton Ireton Ford. Ireton produce Ireton. Chevrolet. Dennis Van Zee Glendale Arizona Ford Paul Vanroekel Orange City is Amoni those who pledged Theta Delta Chi Frater nity at Iowa state University Ames at the conclusion of the All Rush period. Through the cooperation of six bust Ness establishments the Southeast Block / of Hull s main Street will get a new look within the next few weeks. A canopy will extend 7 it 9 in. From the buildings. A 4-loot facade will be added above it. The canopy will be a Neutral beige color to in Mutual Coop co., Hospers Abl individual business places to decorate wednesday september 18, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 3 he store fronts differently while maintain ing a general theme in design. Work is expected to be completed within the month. Social Security representatives will be at the court Houe in Orange City irom 10 . Until noon on october 24, no vember 21 and december 26 to answer questions and offer general assistance in social Security matters. They will also be in Hawarden at he City Hall from 10 a. M. Until noon on november 27. This is for the convenience of those who Rind it inconvenient to Contact the Sioux City office 324 Commerce building 520 Nebraska phone 712-252-4161, Extension 321. Northwestern College students Are re quest ing changes in women s dorm hours and dorm visitation rules. At present Junior and senior women have no hours. They Hope to do away Wilth hours for Sophomore women and second semester freshmen. The students also seek the Reghl to entertain friends of either sex in dorm rooms on Friday and saturday evenings and saturday and sunday afternoons. The scottish rite charitable and Educ tonal foundation has presented North Western College Orange City and West mar College Lemars with $500 Grants to be used in the colleges scholarship pro Grams. Mary to Sneller Lynn Kreml tick and Verlyn Vander Ploeg students at Brook Ings 5.d., spent the week end with their respective families Here. New beef plan would have More meat labelled Choice the agriculture dept. Has proposed beef standards which would put leaner cuts on the supermarket shelf while lower ing costs to producers. The new rules subject to change be fore implementation in december Likely would boost by up to 20 percent the a mount of beef which qualifies As Choice the predominant consumer category. Dept. Officials insisted the changes Wen aimed primarily at insuring greater uniform Ity within the grading system rather than any lessening of Quality i Don t think that even an experienced taste panel would be Able to pick up the differences said livestock director John c. Pierce. But the proposals Long ado acted by cattlemen clearly would encourage the growing of leaner beef thereby cutting both time and Cost on ranches and feed lots. At the same time Steak and Ham Burger would be Shade less Juicy and prob ably More nutritious because of the reduced fat contest. Pierce declined to make a specific fore cast of the net fled upon the consumer s pocketbook. But while he offered no guarantees the anticipated increase in production at less Cost could be reflected in lower prices at the retail level he said. One of the most important shifts in Quality grading would be an abandonment of the present requirement that older cuts Public auction Oaks and gilts thursday. Sept. 26,1974 Sale starts at 7 30 . Selling 30 Duroc Boris 40 a Loti 20 spat and Poland Boin 30 a Loti 1s Gred fill a Loti to firrow in october information ind a i of a. Id to Ibi. Lain Chi ind Mckeil in ural it Ivi Liok an ill of Irani. Sale will be held on firm 5 ill Southeast of Alcester or 7 mlle Southwell of Hawarden or 10 Miles Northwest of Akron Iowa. Lunch fur Ltd it Loo . Wendell t James Leafstedt Utch Voung ind uni ref re i. Act Lown Slit bin of alot Lur Carh the Fant Sticks to appear in the Sioux Center c o m m u n i t y school Aud i to r cum Friday september 27 at 8 00 . Tickets $2.00 non student $1.50 for student $1.50 general admission reserved seating main floor Call Dort College switch Board operator 722-3771 or Bosch s clothing 722-0055 Lorna horstman15, daughter of or. And mrs. Gerlt Horstman of Rural Hull was the top prize Winner in our annual Back to school contest this year. She is pictured with the $130 Columbia 10-Speed bicycle awarded is place. Here Are the top 20 Point getters \. Lorna Horstman Hull. 166,908i 2. Joyce Leusink Sioux Center 112,120 3. Tommy Hoover Sioux Center 109,025 4. Bob pens Sioux Center 63,676 5. Dave Vander Schaaf o. C. 57,114 6. Douglas de g Root Hull 57,106 7. Berle punt Sioux Center 44,828 8. Alvon Van Engen s. C. 34,122 9. Dennis Van oort Ireton 33,806 10. Thomas Nielsen Sioux Center 32,798 11. Leah vis Hull 29,373 12. Scott Boeyink Alton 25,609 13. Craig penning. Orange City 22,252 14. Dennis Altena Hull 19,774 15. Debbie Kraayenbrink s. C. 18,404 16. Julf bolks Sioux Center 17.024 17. Jay Dokter Sioux Center 15,262 18. Carla cleverly a Sioux Center 13,296 19. Kevin Vander Ploeg . 12,793 20. Roger de weird Sioux Center 11,90s ,130.00 ten Speed bicycle. 35 by plane transistor radio. 18 basketball hoop basketball & net. 15 Tennis Racket & 3 Tennis balls. 121 dozen Golf Balis. ,11 Tennis bag and Racket cover. 10 chess and checker set 9 merchandise certificate. 8 merchandise certificate. 1 ,7 football. ,5 merchandise certificate. 4.50 blk Light. 4.00 Wilson baseball. 2.00 Wilson baseball. I2.00 pocket knife. 1,2.00 pocket knife. ,2.00 pocket knife. 12.00 pocket knife. 2.00 packet knife. ,2.00 pocket knife. Specialists in fitting tall men and boys Bosch s clothing Sioux Center

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