The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 7
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April 20, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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counry MAM WOCEEVIHGS y w 9 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ February 22nd, 1972 ,Af supervisors of Sloux County, lowa met pursuant to ad- tVoO o'clock A.M., Chairman Henry J. Wlsslnk presiding resent were A | den vValraven, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. j [i«irv J. Wlsslnk, , 0 i February 15th, 19T2 were read and on motion and vote stand 'lino'w'as'called at the request of Floyd Koster, Soli con- fffrom Orange City, lowa. Sg were present: Ewvk, Auditor, Orange City, lowa KLi sioux County Board of Education, Sloux Center, lowa EhVnit, Mayor, Ireton, lowa. •BMwIfiKel, Mayor, Alton, lowa. Sen, Mayor, Maurice, lowa. iinilth, supervisor, Hawarden, lowa. Liraven, Supervisor, Sloux Center, lowa. s tonsfeldt.Soil Conservation Service, Sloux City, lowa. nkRlecker, lowa State University, Ames, lowa. •tester, Soli Conservation Service, Orange City, lowa. Aftiedt, City Clerk, Hawarden, lowa. Jjthner, Sloux County Engineer, Orange City, lowa. Msslnk, Supervisor, Boyden, lowa. ver, Soil Commissioner, Rock Valley, lowa. iSp'leler, Councilman, Granville, lowa. MeylinK, Assessor, Orange City, lowa. junker, Supervisor, Orange City, lowa. Don, State Conservationist, Soil Conservation Service. er introduced all personnel present. rthour meeting on the feasibility of fhe program and since it !<or WSbefore the program could be put in effect, the Board ietime-on this to budget for the project If accepted. id or agreement signed this date — If program is accepted, s are submitted for the project. dwenl on record to notify all farm organizations before any idjoiirned to Board room for balance of day. y Smith and seconded by Jonker to award the concrete jvement project to Kenneth L. Mauer of Storm Lake, lowa for Motion carried. nioselectnames for County Planning deal and to have County ily each individual as to time and place of meeting. Those eas follows: miners, Rfe. 1, Maurice, lowa. an Beek, Rte. 2, Rock Valley, lowa. ollcs, Rte. 2, Rock Valley, lowa. , Regenmorter, Rte. L, Sloux Center, lowa. ebder, Rte. 1, Hawarden, lowa. iSchut, Rte. 1, Sioux Center, lowa. ave, Rte. 1, Sheldon, lowa. I, Orange City, lowa. r, Granville, lowa. nkhorst, Hawarden, lowa. h, Hawarden, lowa. con, Hospers, lowa. ragman, Alton, lowa. ebersma, Orange City, lowa. Van Roekel, Hull, lowa. Wissink, Boyden, lowa. Oorschner, Orange City, lowa. xiand vote the Board adjourned to February 29th, 1972. Henry J. Wissink, Chairman J. Van Wyk, County Auditor February 29th, 1972 irdof Supervisors of Sioux County, lowa met pursuant to ad- 8110:00o'clock A.M., Chairman Henry J. Wissink presiding. present were Alden Walraven, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. Henry J. Wissink. Minutes of February 22nd, 1972 were read lion and vote stand approved as read. j'dock A.M. was time set for a lumber letting, there were four he low bid was from Davidson Lumber Company of Sloux tor $27,397.00. Moved by Smlth-and seconded by Jonker to' contract. " ';'., tendering was hiredt.aSj.a,lajiad paf.rolman at $600.00 per irll 1st, 1972 and $625.00 after that date. »l man was in to see the Board and price to fix the Courthouse WOO.OOsubject to insurance to pay part of the cost. ind Council from Ireton were in to arrange for a suitable ra County building to have a patrol and snow plow. Chairman a Committee to look into this. on on Llbertyvllle was had this date to treat alcoholics. was authorized to write a letter to Charles A. Chiran, Director, lowa State Commission on Alcoholism, 9th and Des eet, Das Molnes, lowa. liby Supervisor Bernard J. Smith and seconded by Supervisor .Jonker to adopt and atxept management agreement of Rock ss located in Sioux County, lowa, and described as Govern- in Section 1, Township 95 North, Range 48, West of the 5th mlng 30 acres more or less. ias carried unanimously. M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT ROCK SIOUX ACCESS SIOUX COUNTY, IOWA REEAAENT made and entered Into this .... day of ',oyand between the State Conservation Commission, Party 1 Part and the Board of Supervisors of Sioux' County, lowa, * Second Part. «,the Slate Conservation Commission has determined that it •relieved from the care and maintenance of certain lands in Vi lowa, locally known as the Rock Sloux Access, containing wless and more particularly described, to-wit: "Will in Section One (1), Township Ninety-Five (95) North, ';='« l "(«) West of the 5th P.M., containing Thirty (30) acres »™ plat of the original government survey, subject to public «,Sioux county is interested and desirous In undertaking the teand r:,, e 0 , sa | d proper , y( and ., . - - -' 'he parties hereto believe that it would be to the !,., peopleof fhe s ' a te of lowa and of Sloux County that the wntenance of said property be transferred by the State on Com m i«,| on fo S[oux County/ • THIS AGREEMENT. WITNESSETH: lorMrih"7 provisl °ns of Section 111.27, Code of 1971, It is Mmai i lhepartles hereto that Sloux County shall undertake itov., l nance of certa 'n state-owned lands In Sioux County rL . r the (oll °wlng terms and conditions: Winueinfr, lbec0meeffectlveonthe> ' ' dayof 1(m « m tun force and effect to and Including the 31st day of i* y S t g , rees lo hold harmless and indemnify the State of pands L Conservation Commission from any and all lollnlu'rv i llabimies or legal expenses which might arise e tan » v PM " son or damage to any property occurring ." Wilh lhe above described premises during the con- 'iheciiij rees to care and maintain said property as an ac- lyihesan? eof and for the people of the State of lowa in '•tdandm! m8nner a « state-owned access areas are cared Uti „ a H M bv the Slate Conservation Commission. I'Werthelnri^," 13 "° nS applv ' ln9 fo tne use ° f state-owned |l«lh!<r, lctionof 'he s 'ate Conservation Commission 111 L p : oper| y Insofar as posslbK Inta account the ""«»«i rvtlon .,•"•'"""" Commission reserved the right to enter Plains of th for any P ur P° s e In connection with the fish pluareain. !. s>ate Conservation Commission an tern- hvr« manne r as to not materially Interfere with L s , oux . Coun »y• ••'Demise, i Comml « s lon specifically reserved the right l» ( lheaarL 8ccort 'ance with Section 109.4, Code of 1971, |e« or oX r nt "otwithstandlng. l""srea SIM i! etatlon rnay be removed or other natural P"isslon. • v * lthout Permission of the State Con- r Crovem? 1° ^ rnade to tne area until the development r es 'aie c«W« have been submitted to and approved in :i«l USB n Com rnl5sion. made n f maV be made °' >he area and Before any bv (HA p.i a ? v part ° f tne area the plans for such use -sion lslon of Fish «" d Game of the State Con- ' He returned^ 15 , a9reer nent, it may be renewed or the Edition as it State c °n*«rvatlon Commission In the e * C8 Pl lor cha at the tlme °' * ne commencement of this ', M b v the sut e ^ cagsed by an Act of God or by develop' ^servaHnn .5 on!er y«tlon Commission. '^"femaini ^"""'Wlon signs; directional, area name, ""'wsland, p • e ' Sioux County may make an addition lln « "Coon»;,!f " ame s '9 n * "y hanoino a panel below the Agency — Sioux County Conservation onthdav^f pi'I? oHhe , B<iardof Supervisors of stoux County, lowa, 29th day of February, 1972, all as shown In the minutes thereof. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SIOUX COUNTY, IOWA TM. ,„,.._„, . . By Henry J. Wlsslnk, Chairman the reouiar r. , nte . red into under 8 "»»<»-lty of a resolution adopted at o?,° f , f , he State Con8 «rvatlon Commlssten on the 2*h , 1972, all as shown In the minutes thereof, STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION ART.CLESOF AGREEMENT ' ^"^ I. the , Northwest lowa Area Planning Organization Plannina Jur i , ?» a i n alned (ne "-eln««*f referred to as the Area ai DOI ticai « *H i f" ' conslM$ of the ^''ow'no counties, including thewbv o4l ? "''o^ parts of polltlcal subdivisions, encompassed thereby, o Brlen, Lyon, Sloux and Osceola Counties, lowa, to as membr o as thep Plannlnfl Or 9»nl"tlon (hereinafter referred rast »£?*?£ i C0nslst °' twelve mer " be "-s *ho shall represent/at oMhe^nn P l r " nt ° f the P°P ula "°" of the APJ. At least two-thirds S ee^drf! ?? J ,r e . mber » hlp1 shal1 be "mposed of or responsible to the o other IJ 1, , ge " eral local government, such as a cltyi town, county aovernm. >l h P ,r P ° Se subdlvlslon of the State. Membership of county each cSl ,?' r"" y , " re P rese "«'"8 the unincorporated areas of . aareph«r V 'i P ,, , th i se lncor P ora tef areas whose legislative bodies m M K° n t0ile re P rese "tecl by county designated members. . me ,t"bers shall be appointed from each county by the Board of re , s P ectlve cou "tles. Such appointees shall be a '" the Board of Supervises. Additional h 0 fo re P resent the citizenry at large, shall be mcornra, H ^ ^ d ° f Su P ervlsors a ^ b V legislative bodies of the incorporated places In the APJ. threl ^ nermbers s . hal1 be appointed for overlapping terms of not .less than three nor more than five years. »hp 3 ,inpy V8 | Ca [l C , V sh ° uldoccljr on the APO.such vacancy shall be filled for nr,» S f m V he 8uthorl> V whlch appointed such member In the h«nt« f ', U appolnted member shall continue to serve until he has been reappolnted or a successor has been designated and qualified. III. POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHEAPO ™™ h * , ^ ha " have the power and dutv to conduct I6ng range comprehensive planning for the APJ. Such planning shall be addressed to optimum use of human and natural resources and to economic, govern- "^h Ao n , d physical concerns related to the development and well be'lng of the APJ. Plans for development of the area shall encompass elements for housing, employment and shall be so structured as to allow for citizen participation In the decision-making process. Programs for plan implementation and additional planning activities may relate to educational facilities, employment centers, transportation, taxation and intergovernmental relations. (2) The APO shall have the power and duty to review, coordinate and solicit comments from units of general local government on U S Department of Housing and Urban Development applications for grants under the Open Space Land Program. Such review authority shall be In effect on all governing bodies in the APJ, regardless of APQ, membership. (• (3) Upon designation by fhe State Office for Planning and Programming, the APO shall assume the role of regional clearinghouse, with review and coordination responsibilities as desginated in Bureau of the Budget Circular A-95. W The APO shall serve as a vehicle for joint exercise of governmental powers within the provisions of Chapter 286, Code of lowa, when so requested by a member legislative body and approved by a majority of IV. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OF THE APO (1) The Chairman and the Vice-Chairman shall each be elected by the APO at its regular January meeting each year, except that the first Chairman and Vice-Chairman shall be elected at the first meeting of the APO. Each shall hold office until the regular January meeting following his election and until his successor is elected and qualified. (2) The APO at its regular January meeting each year shall appoint a Secretary who shall hold office as specified in the by-laws. The Secretary may be an officer or an employee of a governing body or of the APO. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep a full record of the proceedings of the APO and of its committees and he shall perform other duties as the APO may, from time to time, direct. (3) The executive committee of th'e APO shall consist of the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and two members of the APO appointed by the Chairman and confirmed by the APO at Its next regular or special meeting, following the election of officers. In appointing members to the executive committee, the Chairman shall ensure a representational balance comparable to that of the APO. Each member of the Executive Committee shall serve until the next regular or special meeting, following the election of officers of the APO, or until his successor is chosen and qualified. In the event of an Executive Committee vacancy by resignation, disqualification or otherwise, It shall be filled by appointment by the Chairman, subject to confirmation by the APO. (4) The APO or Executive Committee may appoint a special committee to study and report to the Commission or Executive Committee on any item included under the duties of the APO. (5) The Executive Committee shall meet at the call of the Chairman or members of the Executive Committee. V. MEETINGS OF THE COMMISSION AND ITS COMMITTEES (1) The Commission shall hold at least four regular meetings in each calendar year, one of them in the month of January and such other regular meetings as the Commission may decide. Special meetings may be called by the Chairman or by any seven (7) members of the Commission. The Secretary of the Commission shall mail or deliver written notice of each regular or special meeting to each member of the Commission at least five (51 days prior to such meetings. Notice of special meetings shall state the purpose of which such meeting is called. (2) Planning service costs shall be borne on the basis of the extent of benefit from specific services and studies to each APO member. (3) Costs incurred by the APO In relation to Proiect Notification and review System activities as outlined in Bureau of the Budget Circular A- 95'jhall be borne as specif led In the sub-sections (1) and (2) above. VII. PERSONNEL The APO may employ staff within the provision of the bylaws, and in accord with an affirmative action program to promote equal employment opportunity for such staff. VIII. CERTIFICATION AND ADOPTION OF AREA PLAN (1) The APO, upon completion of any plan, or change, supplement, or abolition thereof, shall certify a copy thereof to the Planning Commission of each municipality of the Region. The Planning Commission of any municipality to which such plan, change, supplement or abolition is certified may adopt the same and It shall thereupon have the same force and effect within such municipality as is provided by law for plans prepared and adopted by said city or town planning commission. The County Board of Supervisors may adopt said plan, change, supplement, or abolition, for the unincorporated places, plus those incorporated places whose legislative bodies agree to same. (2) The APO shall take all necessary actions to comply with certification requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as represented by circulars MD 6415.1A, MD 6415.2A and MD 6415.3 and all amendments thereto. IX. WITHDRAWAL The legislative body of any cooperating unit of general local government may withdraw its membership from the APO by adopting a resolution to do so and delivering a certified copy thereof to thexSecretary of the APO. Such withdrawal shall be effective upon delivery, but shall not relieve the with drawing party of Its obi Igation to pay Its share of APO administrative costs for the year in which the withdrawal occurs, nor of its obligation to pay Its share of any planning costs due and payable in the year in which the withdrawal occurs. X. AMENDMENT The Articles of Agreement may be amended by Resolution adopted by the APO at any regular meeting and confirmed by the legislative bodies of a majority of the APO member governments. XI. TIME OF TAKING EFFECT (1) The terms of cooperation shall take effect on 29th February provided that prior thereto they shall have been agreed upon by all of the Board of Supervisors and the majority of the City or Town Councils of municipalities participating. ATTESTED AND APPROVED: Mayor of (City, Town) City Clerk ATTESTED AND APPROVED: Henry J. Wissink, Board of Supervisors (County) M J. Van Wyk, County Auditor On motion and vote the Board adjourned to March 7th, 1972. A " eSl ' Henry J. Wissink, Chairman M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor 15 Calves — 200 Ibs .......... -90000 7 Calves - 125 Ibs .............. '.'.'.'. .......... '."•'" jin'oo 3 Heifers - 300 Ibs ................ ......... 37s 'oQ 7 Sows - 300 IbS .................... .'....".'.'."'"" 480'00 17 Stock Hogs — 190 IbS ......................... " 44 o'oo IS -8 week hogs ................. . iso oo 3S Small Pigs - 50 Ibs .......... ....'..".'.'.' ........... 300 Chickens ..................... . 1600 Bales Alfalfa ............. i , 1300 Bales Straw ................... '.'.'.'. ................ no 00 300 Bushels Potatoes ................. ............. S Annn 2000 Bushels Corn .......................... .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' ' 2,OOo'oO 150 Tons Silo Feed ......................... 210000 1000 Lbs. Minerals ............ ..... ............ tow Total Personal Property ........ $31 Woo (Livestock, Feed 8, Grain) "1,056.00 Farm Equipment, Mdse., etc.: Milking Equipment .......................... 6,30000 Siebrlng Electric Motor ................ 2,100 00 Stanby Unit Barn ..................... ........... I6fl!oo J. D. Lawn Mower ............................ . . 375^00 Lawn Mower .......................... ............ 35.00 Potato Machinery ..................... ',', .......... 150 00 1 Mower ........................... '..'.. .'.'.'.'.' " ' ' ' ' 150 'QQ 1 Tractor Cultivator Plow Harrow . . . . .'. ............ ioo]oo 3 Manure Spreaders .............................. 1,250 00 1 Tractor Loader ............................. '.'.'.'.'. 3,ooo'oO 1 Stock Tank (Wood) ............................. 2 5 00 1 Scale Potato Cellar ........................ '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2o!oo 1 Scale Hog House ............... 20 00 '''''''' , ...... 1 Hay Rake 1 Disc Harrow ................................... 4 00 oo 1 Land Roller ................................... 60 00 1 Stalk Cutter ................................ 59 oo .1 Elevator .............................. '. .'.'.'.'. : .'.'.'.'.'. 'l2s!oo 2 Silo Unloaders .................................. 1,000.00 1 Rotary Hoe ........................... ............! 35^00 Garden Tools ............................ . ..... ', _' 200.00 1 Air Compressor ............................... ' _' 3o'oo 3 Concrete Floors ........................... .....57000 1 Hog Waterer .......................... ........ IJ'QO 1 Hog Feeder ............................... ".".'" 'i 40 ; 0 o 1 Sewing Machine .................................. 130.00 Janitor Supplies ....................... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 900.00 Groceries and Canned Goods .................... l,40o!oo Dressed Poultry on Hand and Meat ........... 400 00 2 TV Sets .......................................... B73 oo Wash Machine Equipment and Mangle .......... 1,581 00 1 Pi a™> ............................................ ,75.00 56 Mattress and Spring Covers ........................ 54.00 1 Air Conditioner .................................. 12oloo 24 Chairs — Chapel and Dining Room ................ 87 00 1 Circle Saw ........................................ 40 .00 Beds and Mattresses ....... .................... 1,000 00 4 Electric Cow Waterers .................... ..... . 440 00 1 Electric Hog Waterer ...................... '.'...'.'.'.. 30 00 1 Feed Grinder ........................... ......... 300 00 1 Roto Tiller ..................................... 80 00 1 Weed Sprayer ...................................... J0 .oo 1 Blade for Ford .................................... 25.00 2 Hay Bunks ................................ ...... 10o!oo 8 Feed Bunks ...................................... 150.00 3 Flat Beds and Gears ............................ . . 175.00 4 Steel Gates .................................... 75^0 3 Wagons and Box ........................... 175^00 1 Silage Distributor .................................. 50.00 1 Floor Fan ................................. '.....'.'.'.'. u.oo 1 Cow Oiler .......................................... 30.00 1 Pick-up Truck Vz Ton ............................ 1,000.00 1 Gas Pump, Electric ................................ 75.'oo 12 Folding Chairs .................................... 44^0 10 Dining Room Chairs ................................ ,52.00 2 Mirrors ............................................ is'oo Plastic Mattresses and Pillow Covers .............. 42.00 Lockers .......................................... 2 40.00 Freezer Chest ........ . ............................. M.OO 1 Modene Heater ( Dairy Barn ) ...................... 75.00 1 Electric Roaster .................................. 33.50 1 Photograph ........................................ 20.00 Hedge and Trimmer Cord .......................... 30.00 Silo and Track .................................. l,40o!oO Hoover Sweeper .................................. 59.00 Carpeting, Office and Visiting Room and Elevator . . 833.98 Shampoo Chair .................................... 19,00 Adding Machine .................................. 146.00 Cabinet ............................................ 11,40 Tank Heater ...................................... 50.00 Adding Machine Stand .............................. 2.50 Incinerator ...................................... 175.50 Hot Water Heater ................................ 600.00 Grove Waterline .................................. 362.00 • Outside Speaker ....... ........................... 30.00 Sidewalk ................................. ......... 52.00 Windows, Storm, Utility ........................ 3,510.40 Tiling, Redl Mix .................................. 170.00 Tile ................................................ (ii.oo Redi Mix Cow Barn .............................. 134.00 1 Dishwasher .................................... i ,522.00 Plumbing ........................................ 170.90 Cupboards ........................................ 243.00 Dish Rack ........................................ 14.40 Silver Guard .................................... . . 10.90 Dish Cart ........................................ 30.80 Electric Installations .............................. 29.70 Ford Econoline .................................. 150.00 Rug and Pad Tenant House ........................ 1 10.00 Sink and Cupboards .............................. 231.95 Safe ............................................ 100.95 Concrete Parking and Walk ...................... 345.60 N.W. Implement Tractor ........................ 1,650.00 Concrete Feed Floors .......................... 2,193.90 Da Mar Spreader .............................. 1,000.00 Tractor Cab ...................................... 750.00 Used Ford Cultivator .............................. 100.00 Garden Seeder .................................... 24.95 3 Humidifiers ...................................... 210.50 Lumber .......................................... $7.08 Redi Mix ........................................ 629.45 Total Farm Equipment, Mdse. $44,158.36 Livestock, Feed and Grain ........................ $31,056.00 4-H ACTIVITIES GAY GARLANDS March 7th, 197J The Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, lowa met pursuant to adjournment at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Chairman Henry J. Wissink presiding. Members present were Alden Walraven, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. Smith and Henry J. Wissink. Minutes of February 29th, 1972 were read and on motion and vote stand aooroved as read. ANNUAL INVENTOR V OF THE SIOUX COUNTY HOME, 1971 The following is an inventory of the Sioux County Home taken December 22nd, 1971 by the Committee of fhe Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, lowa: Mental Number of Inmates, Men 12 Number of Inmates, Women " Value of Cand, 121 Value of Buildings Retarded 4 Indigent 9 8 4 12 15 Acres $45,000.00 ..-*. 59,000.00 Total 25 35 50 County Home Entrance Sign available to each party. I deny the right of the public to enter purposes whatsoever, "ed upon 30 days' written notice to i. -oyrBBm. . «t either party Is falling to comply * sotereH ir *"t. "to under the authority of a resolution adopted l,- nt »«V l«. gl!llt pedetl-^ * !" ">« Building 290,481.00 3SO.OO $394,831.00 Personal Property: ,,„.„_„ 62 cows at $275.00 each 17,050.00 4 Heifers - 800 Ibs .736.00 tt Heifers - «0 Ibs 2-1W-00 3 Steers - 1000 Ibs WO.OO 5 Steers — 350 IbS SM-00 The first meeting of this year for the Gay Garlands 4-H club was held on Jan. 22 in the Farm Bureau Of- flce. The meeting was called to order by the president and the pledge to the U.S. flag was led by Karen Pennings. Roll call, "Your Goals for Sewing," was answered by 15 members, two leaders. For business the leaders handed out our new 4-H materials and also explained February's roll call which were sewing charts, Next the big sister chose little sisters. The idea for the Big sister Little sister program is for the older sisters to help the younger girls in all her 4-H problems. We also discussed dues. All were in favor of dollar dues for this year. The meeting was then adjourned with the pledge to the 4-H flag by Linda De Haan, The program is as follows: "Posture and Fitness," by Joyce Wlersma; "Pattern and Fabric Selections," by Marcla Pennings; and "Merry or Messy," by Carol Haverdink, For recreation we did exercises having to do with posture and fitness. Lunch was then served by Linda and Jana Wielenga and their mother. Reporter, Bonnie Vande Brake The second meeting for the Gay-Garlands 4-H club was told on Feb. 19 in the Farm Bureau Office, The meeting was called to order by the president and the pledge to the U.S. flag was led by Jana Wlelenga. Roll call was' "Explain Stitching Charts" was answered by 20 members and 2 leaders. One visitor was present. The secretary and treasurers reports were then given and approved. There was no old business. For new business we discussed giving money to The Iowa 4-H United Service Program. It was decided to give 25? per member. The leaders also handed out special project sheets for March roll call. The meeting was then adjourned and the 4-H pledge was led by Marianne Berkenpas. The program was as follows; "Know.your sewing machine" by Mary Eason, "Cutting and Pattern Alternations" by Lee Ann DeHaan, "Let's sew darts, seams, and tucks" by Karen Pennings, "Recreation" by Marcia Pennings, Cheryl Van Gedler, Linda Wielenga and Debbie Pennings. Lunch was then served by Carol Haverdink, Lynette Pennings and their mothers. Reporter, Bonnie Vande Brake The third meeting of the Gay Garlands 4-H club was held on March 18, at the Farm Bureau Office. The meeting was called to order by the president and the pledge to the U.S, flag was led by Lynett Pennings, Roll call "Explain your darts, seams and tucks," was answered by 14 members, 3 leaders. There was no old business. For new business we asked how many leaders were going to go to the leaders banquet. Household Goods , 31,000.00 Farm Equipment, Mdse., etc 44,158.36 *106,214,36 Inventory, December 31, 1970 $506,108.39 Inventory, December 31, 1971 501,045.36 5,063.03 Total Expenses for Year, 1971 128,452.96 Less Receipts for the Year 1971 61,636.70 Gross Expenses for year 1971 66,816,26 In addition to the above, the Sloux County Farm furnished produce for the Home consisting of milk, eggs and meat at an estimated value of $7,500.00 Gross Expenses for the year 1971 $59,316.26 Cost per patient per year $1,186.33 Average cost per month 98.86 Average cost per week 22.8! Basic used in above figures Is 50 patients Stock Sold $19,779.60 Milk Sold 32,438169 Potatoes Sold 288.10 Dividends Received .... 308^23 Eggs Sold 1,252.44 Gas Tax Refund ,, 340.82 From Patients 7,228.82 SUMMARY OF VALUE OF SIOU* COUNTY HOME Value of land, 121 Acres $45,000.00 Value of Farm Buildings 59,000.00 Value of Counfy Home Building J 290,481.00 Value of County Home Equipment 31,000.00 Livestock, Feed and Grain 31,056.00 Farm Machinery, Etc 44,158.36 Entrance Sign 350.00 TOTAL $501,045.36 Karen Anna Klein was admitted to Glenwood School for Treatment. County Auditor and Chairman of the Board were authorized to sign the contract. County Assessor appeared before the Board regarding raising of valuations as ordered by the lowa Revenue Service. The assessor stated that due to help being III, the work was delayed and would not be able to be completed in the time specified so a letter fo Mr. Briggs to ask for an entension of time was suggested by the Board. On motion and vote the Board adjourned to March 14th, 1972. Henry J. Wlsslnk, Chairman Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor March 14th, 1972 The Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, lowa met pursuant to adjournment at 10:00 o'clock A.M. Chairman Henry J. Wissink presiding. Members present were Alden Walraven, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. Smith and Henry J. Wissink. Minutes of March 7th, 1972 were read and on motion and vote stand approved as read. It was moved, seconded and carried to have a letting on gravel resurfacing. Engineer to set date and time of letting. Moved by Smith and seconded by Walraven not to accept Sioux County Soil Survey at this time as the County has many projects that have been budgeted and must be finished in 1972. County Auditor was to notify officials at Ames, lowa of this action. County Engineer was advised not to issue a moving permit to Bert Stellingwerf until all delinquent taxes are paid. RESOLUTION WHEREAS, a tract of land for gravel pit purposes was purchased by warranty deed and leased to Doornink-Brunsting American Legion Post of Sioux Center, lowa, and recorded in Transcript Road Record No. 425 and in Sioux County Recorder's Office under Land Deeds, Book 60, Page 81, Book 65, Page 576, and Book 51, page 313 and described by metes and bounds as follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Section 11, Township 95 North, Range 45 West of the 5th P.M., thence South on the section line 1936.4 feet, thence West 33.0 feet to the point of beginning, thence North 68 lC: 05' West 128.0 feet, thence North 40° 15' West 252.0 feet, thence North 73° 49' West 74.9 feet, thence North 297.0 feet, thence West 528.0 feet, thence South 263.0 feet, thence South 57 "'07' East 244.9 feet, thence North 10.0 feet, thence South 62*40' East 291.0 feet, thence South 47 C 10' East 262.0 feet, thence South 82° 32', East 221.0 feet, thence North 159.0 feet to thepontof beginning and containing 7.22 acres. IS OF NO FURTHER VALUE TO SIOUX COUNTY AND REQUEST HAS BEEN MADE TO TERMINATE LEASE: THEREFORE the County Auditor is instructed fo prepare a Quit Claim Deed covering the above tract in favor of the City of Sioux Center the owner of the adjoining land and the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors is authorized to sign the same. Dated this 14th day of March, 1972. Henry J. Wissink, Chairman Sioux County Board of Supervisors M. J. Van Wyk, Sioux County Auditor n ! The Board spent the remainder of the day allowing claims as presented by the Auditor. On motion and vote the Board adjourned to March 21st, 1972. Henry J. Wissink, Chairman Attest: M. J. Van Wyk, County Auditor - '•••• « March 21st, 1972 The Board of Supervisors of Sioux County, lowa met pursuant to adjournment at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Chairman Henry J. Wissink presiding. Members present were Alden Walraven, Clarence Jonker, Bernard L. Smith and Henry J. Wissink. Minutes of March 14th, 1972 were read and on motion and vote stand approved as read. Discussion was had this date on County garage and office- for Engineer's office. t On motion and vote the Board accepted the resignation of Reynold Van Gelder on the Sioux County Conservation Board and appointed in his place for the remainder of the term, Ray Wierda of Alton, lowa. Efforts were made to settle Bert Stellingwerf taxes on Motel in Alton, lowa as said Motel is to be«noved out of Counfy. A tax settlement must be made prior to removal of said building. An offer of $2,000.00 was made by the Stellingwerfs for total tax bill of $2,351.77 —the reason for wanting some reduction was that during the year 1971 the Motel was in operation only part of the time due to the fact that it was being moved in sections. Some days later Stellingwerf settled the tax in full — 1970 taxes, $1,171.45 and 1971 taxes, $1,180.32 for a total of $2,351.77. Counfy Engineer was ordered to issue permit to Stellingwerf to move said building when roads are in suitable condition for moving. Engineer to decide this. On motion and vote vacancies on the West Sioux Fire District Board were set as follows this date: Ray Benson — 1 year from March 24,1972. Frank Buryanek, 2 years from March 24, 1972. Peter Dekker, 3 years from March 24, 1972. On motion and vote the Board adjourned to March 28th, 1972. Henry J. Wissink, Chairman Attest: M. J. Van Wvk, County Auditor Next we discussed about having a special speaker on April come and talk about skin care and makeup. The meeting was then adjourned and the 4-H pledge was led by Cheryl Van Gelder. The program is as follows: "Clothing Care" by Debbie Pennings, "Pattern Markings" by Linda Wielenga. "Zippers" by Cheryl Van Gelder. Recreation by Debbie Fedders, Marianne Burkenpas, and Barb De Jong. Lunch was served by Bonnie Vande Brake, Joyce Wiersma and mothers. Reporter, Bonnie Vande Brake FLYING DUCTHEMN The Flying Dutchmen met in the basement of the Farm Bureau building on March 24, 1972, at 6;45 p.m. Franklin De Vries called the meeting to order. Then we said the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H Pledge. We had a vote to see which flags to buy for our club. After that we had a contest to see who had grown the tallest corn over the past four weeks, Tim Mouw won with 31 inches. We had lunch, and to end the meeting we played a game called The Lone Football. Reporter, Bruce Van Aartsen CLOVER TEENS The monthly meeting of the Clover Teens 4H club was held on April 1 at the Maurice School. Roll call was an* swered by 19 member sand the leader. We had 13 visitors present. For business we decided to split the club into two clubs, the juniors in one and the older members in another. Ruth Plendl gave a demonstration on Arm Hole Facings. At this meeting we made Easter Favors for the older people In our town. Lunch was served by Collette Smits and Cindy De Jager. Reporter, Barb Van Peur- sem • • • • * HOLLAND WINDMILLLS On March 13 the Holland Windmills met at the Extension Office. The meeting was called to order at 7:40 by Doug De Haan. Roll Call was taken and Willard Punt—Special speaker — showed slides and spoke on "Soil and Water Conservation". This was followed by three demonstrations, Dan Lubbers' demonstration was on "What is soil", Darwin De Haan gave one on "Layers in Soil" and John Van Dyk gave one on "How Soil is Formed " and Soil's Importance." The Mini-Corn Contest was discussed briefly, then the 4-H Pledge was led by Dave Mulder. Lunch was served by Clark Pennings and the meeting adjourned at 8:40. Reporter--Dave Mulder FLOYD FALCONS The annual Dad's night was held March 24 at Sioux Center, starting at 7:00, First we went swimming at the new In-*door swimming pool. At 8;00 we went to the Auto Dine for supper, after which Pete Ver Mulm showed ^ «i film on a hunting trip he took in Alaska, We all had sw enjoyable time. Reporter, Dale De Jong,

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