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   Sioux County Index (Newspaper) - January 24, 1941, Hull, Iowa                              VOLUME 63 HULL SIOUX COUNTY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 24 County Court News 1941 Alton and IVfeurice Lead Little Sioux Six Conf NUMBER 1 of teams week end Notes of Interest irom the Court House at Orange City Iowa for the Past Week Marriage Licenses have been issued to the following couples Arthur Holies and Mary Lammers Mars 1 Harold Langenhorst i and Barbara Susan Full Carl Marvin Christopherson j Alton i Maurice i Elospers Newkirk j Boyden Hull FIRST SBC Pet 200 000 6G7 600 750 571 j Four of the five games played this j week by the various members of he Hudson SD and Matilda Cramer Utc Sioux Six Conference were SD conference tilts and counted heavily John R Dyson GO Sioux Cny and tht sandingrs for both Delia Wai son i uSt aud squads Only one Oilconference game was prayed he Directed Verdict for Creamery In the case of N R Jongewaard vs Sibou Poilema and the Farmers j Co Operative Creazm ry of Hull which tried by the jury for about three find one half days ended vith a di rected verdict for the de Judgment was rendered against gewaard for the costs The jury members were Henry Veldman Martha Lechtenberg Evaj ene Kersten Roy Anderson Elmer Vounie Mrs Joe Koole Flora Bush by Victor Schneider George Sharp A C Henning Cornie Reus and Sam Kleinwolterink Plaintiff was given 60 days to file for a new trial plaintiff asked for S746600 damages sustained in a car accident last year The case of Clarence Mousel vs Ben Minten was tried toy a jury com posed of the following jurors Harriet De Haan Bertha Vander Stouwe Jo hanna Van Roekei John Tieden Ber tha Vande Berg Robert Morel Paul Mauricelreton fiasco which showed the done bucket is still easily over tuvned Maurice Firstsdropped this iit and thc MauriceSeconds a tasted of victory for the second tliis year when thev downed he mi it uii u ll fpnnds in i lucti1 0 T Mi 2019 In the earlier encounters be Lween the two teams the resuls were reversed In whar undoubtedly was the best same of the week also the closest Maurice Firsts won a gruelling en counter 3632 but the score does no tell all the story Maurice led 2011 at the half then Boyden rame to life and cut down the lead by a Terrific bombardment of baskets which gave he Boydenites a onepoint lead at the close of the third quarter and were leading by four points ai one time during tfee fourth quarter The dogged battle cost Boyden three of its starring lineup players during the last five minutes and with these players out the lead gradually wilt ed and with it went the game The Words From Western if Af Happenings at W C H S 6018 Ut IHterCSt 1 e week of semester exumina ions ias been split un by the ice wiuh has caused the roads o be hardly lit raveling by bus So from TluS uty evening till Friday morning tinre was a lull in the scrutinies Then came he question of wlui to do with the time especially for he hving or boarding in or near Hviii ill evening a committee was fterns and Notes Taken from the File Aainber of The Index of January 2Sth formed of three bachelors to s nrt 14 C the IOS members the incom generul assembly 4G are farmers are bankers 12 are lawyers 10 are editors and 6 aro real estate ag internationally famous foreign correspondent and commentator on world affairs brings to readers of this paper the picture of Washington life and activities through special articles written exclusively for weekly papers Baukhage knows well the America which is the backbone of this America which dwells out side of metropolitan his column Wash ington Digest is written from this point of view For a true picture of what is going on in the national capital Read Baukhaget WASHINGTON DIGEST7 IN THIS NEWSPAPER something which could lie called an tents The remainder are distributed Program for OfH different vocations Days The commitce didnt have I John DC one of the most murh time to prepare but wha Uuy J promineni and rospeced citizens of had gathered was given on 1 his vicinity died at his home south jhursday morning t lusted aluut i of Hull last Wednesday morning and one half hours and was com Win Gibson who is making his posed Ot a quiz a tst in orMiogniphy i home now with an uncle at MiUord fiiil some social Barnes From the nI as in Hull severrq days he past to the quesio ihisweek visiting relatives and friends Kntertiunmeni Program1 should re j John has leased bis Hull main in exiseme i appeared Uiu I Property to the K C Sheldon family the students were very much in j of Salem Oregon who vill arrive in i JLVVUC1 L iVHJJ CLrdlil Fremeen Tony De Weerd Wm Schal last weeks 2725 ekamp Gertie De Jong Henry Vande j ganie Wlth HosPeis indicates that Zwaag Jr and Arie Raak Jury re1 Boyden is the comeback trail turned a verdict for the plaintiff in Seconds played headstip ball ihe sum of and judgment was tbe Secoad luarter a slow sfcrt j and won in a walk to win 268 over the hapless Maurice Seconds who did I put up a good defensivebattle during the victoryBoyden Seconds have en over possession of first place in he conference standings Capital News Letter Superintendent Tye rendered against John that trnount Minten for Lawrence after Hbe Jfiry had been chosen the evidence had been introduced was settled by agreemer of the parlies that judg ment be rendered against defendant for the sum of and costs in the sum of In the case of Wm Wolf vs Leo Schneider by agreement the plaintiff was awarded judgment in the sum of j 140000 and costs in the sum of and it was agreed that if the sum of is paid before January 1 1942 the judgment would be released The Mutual Benefit Loan Associa tion of Sioux Center obtained judg to Page 4 By VF Harrington A Time Limit WAl Be Applied t the Washington D C Wendell Hospers made the best kies endorsement of the Presidents during the week both first and secj aid to Britain pro j gram is being interpreted here as jasute poliics There is no question about r Turn to Page S rwn lhe Index tnters Its SixtyThird Year Volume 63 Number 1 Present Editor i he Smart about Mr Willkies sincerity the fall campaign he advocaed more aid for in fact than Mr Roosevelt So bis endorsement of the Presidents new program is at least consistent angle however is that in backing up the Presidents foreign policy at this time Mr j kie is speaking the mind of the With this issue The Index starts 16TU braUch of the Republican Party Has Published The Index for Past Thirty years its year existence HlS Farmers in This Section Are Good Pay Say Credit Men when most ot his rivas for the comes at a time established early in 1879 shortly af Farmers in Sioux OBrien Lyon j ter the Mihvuakee Flailroad vras built Osceola and Cherokee counties have through the town then Patterson aS Well are an opposite stand been good pay the last few years jville Iowa Senators fraft and Vandereburg are according k the financial reports The first editor of fThe index was presented Friday January 10 at the j D A W Perkins It was soon af terwards Brought by Hj C Wood who was its publisher for several years Records are incomplete from there until February 5th 1S2 when B H Tampiin a former posTnaster of Hnll purchased it from A G Gus Safrerlee Mr Tamplin con annual meeting of the Sheldon Pro duction Credit Association reports showed that the credit cooperative has loaned more than since ii came into being seven years it has had no losses ReDuWlcan nomination including ex standard hearers Landon and Hoover aS Well are an opposite stand more or less opposed to the lease saeaUrns Satrerlee Mr Tampiin conthe County Farm Burea lAhout 150 livestock operators and j ducted the paper for a few years and rThfc year trees can b rmers were on hand for the annual J then turned it over to his son Wiiiphe following purposes eeting featuring a review of last iam Wbo was ifcs hefld TllT1 years business talks entertainment and a dinner for the membership stockholders reelected W P Moeller of Rock Rapids for a three year term on the board of directors The other board members whose terms did not expire are Fred KTuse of Sheldon W D Engelke of Suth erland Frank Dopp of Hartley and Victor Ivarson oE Cleghorn SecertaryTreasarer A A in reviewing last years activities pointed out that the association in creased Its service from 45 members and aftont loaned In to 124 members and over loaned in 940 a result of the steady he told the members associaion tas mvr accumulated more than 900 IB earnings These earnings con for a cushion safety protecting 1905 when the plant and business was purchased by the writers father C N Sawyer ThiHy years ago the present edi tor took complete charge Our con nections with The Index however in some capacity or other dates back to its purchase from W J Tampiin years ago We have enjoyed the associations Turn to Page 5 Birthday Ball Here Next Thurs Evening Dont forget to attend tbe Presi dents Birthday Ball next Thursday evening January 30h in the David woodlot to Page 5 Application for Trees May Be Made to Farm Bureau Application for trees from the state forest nursery can now ibe made at the County Farm Bureau Office be obtained for 1 trees for reforestation planting on waste land and erosion control 2 shrubs and vines for wildlife plantings and evergreen trees for the establishment of Christmas trees plantations No trees can be used for wind breaks lawn or ornamenal shade purposes Interested people should make their applications with the County Agent early will pre vent any delay in the order to secure trees hy planting time 723 Volunteers Will Be Called Into Service in Feb the House in Hull t bali will be furnished by y and His Band State Selective Service greatly lo Iowa for 723 men for military service early Credi Administration of Oma ha congratulated the membership on the associations steady progress He sored by the Hull Volunteer Pire De partment the members of which are now selling tickets Buy a icket said credit will fog ample this year to n though you cant attend hall finance all sound agricultural enter and know that your money win be prises vuauivfu J nmyiiv vyitun aiJU His tfanu I the capital stock of the members and Admission is rr cents for gentle Wl11 be wholl fefi ic volunteers 73 vrmno further enhancing associations men and 25 cents for ladies The Pro ability supply dependable credit ceeds go to the Infantile Paralysis D W McCallum representing the Foundation The bali is being spofc men repon at Fort Des JMoines and Fort Crook Nebraska February 3S and So from those induction points to Fort SnelJinir Minnesota and Fort Leavenvirth respectivey This mim ber wil brji th stitp sine 222 e ot o for vere called out r of it so the eoamiict was tokJ to continue Friday evening tbe one even which had looked forward o toojc Pa niroly the game with Augustana a iinton A splendid feeling of friend ship unity and sportsmanship is when a person is here The Wood Mull about March 1st to reside Mrs F j Stamper wis at Sheldon Wednesday afernoon to meet a siser who is now here visiting farewell party given at the Wm De Roos Jr home Thursday ev ening for Mr and Mrs Howard C County School News Oujr County superintendent of Schools girls game started at about and ended in favor of Augustana This didnt worry us we sill had the second team to fall back to but hat 2nme ended with he score board showing a large margin in favor oi Augustana But this didnt phase Western the Indians were our hope and what did they do but lose AAI susuua having a still larger margin than in the previous game The cheer ins section of Western was yelling Little bear wee big bear wow Au rusttna wee Western wow But by j glancing at the Scoreboard and at the size of the players it soon became that it was Western woo Teachers and Pupils Jake Ver Sluis returned last week from his visit to Canada The Index will he a day or rwo late this week due to the fact that the was without most of vronday and Tuesday The Heusinkveld boys Dick John and Henry were at Corsica South Dakota last week called Ihere by the death of their father John Sip ma of Crawford Colorado was a guest at the homes of his neph ews Stuart Sipma and the Index ed O Sawyer Ben Van Balavia of Luverne Min nesota was down last week visiting with relatives and Hull friends Angustana they say j Arthur Lujens represented the it requires greater sportsmanship in Hull High School at the County losing than in winning hest at Orange City Wednesday Ausustatia j of SJoUx Center and a lunch hi the basement of the dorm which made us forget our defeat in an enjoyable social hour A short ex program given Regular Uniform County Teachers Examinations will be held at the off ice of the County Supcnuondent at Orange City on January 2 home aSain home again slippery both schools aking part Then it Jl Only applicants who bavu gradu ated from an approved public Or pri vate high school and wb0 have passed their seventeenth birthday are eli to write The Revised Standards for Renewal of Teachers Certificates have been re ceived by ihe County superinendenfa office and copies are being mailed to all Rural and Grade teachers in the county since the Standards affect Standard Elementary Special Rural Uniform County and Normal Training as well as oldtype state on exchange TJie new ruling goes effect on September 1 1941 according to a let ter from Miss Jessie M Parker State Superintendent of Public instruction On and after September 1 the requirement of reading two profess ional books per year for the renewal wilj be discontinued and all renewals will be based on additional college training during the life of the certi furate AJl Teacher Take XoMce When you receive tht letter regarding the Revised Standards read it care fully and consult your County Super intendent if in doubl as to the in terpretation Schoolmasters Club met at Sioux Center Saturday morning Jan uary 18 to complete plans for the Sioux County Basket Ball Tourna ment to be held at Orange City on February 12 13 14 and 15 Drawings were made at the meeting Saturday Mr Bernard De Jong who teaches in No 6 Capel reports a new kinder garten sand table in his school Ann Gayer teacher in No 9 Turn to Page 8 Reporter Local Churches Plan Aid For Dak Needy and Cash Being Collected To Be Sent t in Stricken Dakota Anu Roos of RockRapWswere guests in the Mrs M fileGrotenhuis home in Hull last week Auctioneer Herman K De Vries ot Sioux Center was in Hull last Wed nesday on business and pleasure iTJhe American Legon held their annual election of officers at their regular meeting Wednesday evening The home of Mr and Mrs John De Noble was gladdened by the birh of a ooy Tuesday morning The Will Popma and G J Slaa homes are under quarantine on account of cases of small pox Gerrit Brummel of Pollock South Dakota a brother of A Brummel is visiting here in Hull At the meeting of the Reformed Ministers Association which met at he home of Rev J Brouwer in Or ange City On January 14th the urgent needs of the Dakota people were pre sened Because of continued crop failures due to drought and grasshop pers many of the farmers do not have Father of R Schoeneman Died Sat at Rock Rapids Funeral services for Heinrioh Schoeneman Sr were held from the Immanual Lutheran Church at Rock Rapids on Tuesday afternoon jaiui sufficieni feed for their livestock 0 lary 21 Mr Schoeneman died Satur Some do not have enough grain for their chickens Aid from the govern ment is at a minimum Appeals from some of UJP people in the droughtstricken area have come to some of he churches in Sioux County There are five Reformed Churches in this particular area namely Grandview Corsica Harri son Aurora Center and Plaice The Ministers Association decided day after a brief illness of pneumon ia Had he lived but a short time longer he would have been 82 years of age Mr Schoeneman was on Jan uary 27 in Germany He was the son of Gotlieb and Margaret Kei man Schoeneman He came to this country 28 years ago 16 years ago he moved to the Rock Rapids com munity which has since been his that some plan ought to ibe worked i home out so that aid may fbe given to the j Surviving heir father are four Son3 people of he above named churches Henry Jr of Rock Rapids Richard Rev H W Kolenbrander was ap of Huu Herman of Boyden and Wm pointed as chairman of a committee Of Elkion South Dakotaand four usod for a worhy purpose January 20 Was Deadline For Mattress Applications January 20 was the deadline date For makingapplications for coton j mattresses and comforters announces j Jack A Armstrong Chairman of the Sioux Couny Agricultural Conserva tion Association Applications for mattresses and comforters have been taken care of in he AAA office Farm Bureau off ice and Relief office for several weeks licking cotton and percale has been ordered through the State Office in Des Moines delivery of which is o be made beween February 15 and 479 in Januasy in December comforter has fteen ordered with each mattress order Turn to Page 5 Creamery Shareholders to Meet Tuesday January 28 The Twentyseventh Annual Share holders meeting of the Farmers Co operative Creamery Association of Hull Iowa will be held on Tuesday January 2Sth in the Davidson Opera House beginning at PM sharp According to Jacob Moss Secretary three directors terms of service ex pire and their successors must be chosen by the shareholders Mr Moss stated that the regular business rou tine would be streamlined to enable a prompt and early adjournment and urged that all shareholders be present at meeting on Tuesday Bernie Scholten manager says that the association has had another ex ceptionally fine year Patronage divi Otto Griesse and Mrs Wra Ahders of Rock Rapids and Mrs Tine Brommer and Hannah Schoeneman of Jersey City New York The services were in charge of he Rev Mr Mueller of the Immanuel Lutheran Church purial was made at Riverview Cemetery Rock Rapids A group of young ladies save u mis cellaneous shower in honor of Miss Viola Ver Stees a bride of the very near future at the home of her Par ents Mr and Mrs Bert Ver Steeg Tuesday evening Miss Viola received many beautiful and useful gifts A dainty lunch was served by the host esses at the close of the evening Trie were the Mesdames Henry Zoet John Korsehnan Wcssel Van Riesen Ron ald Ver Steesr Vernon Ver Steeg Ben Van Yeldhuizen Sam AWema Frank Vogel Lawrenre Dunnink Francis De dend chocks will be handed out at j Grnaff and the Misses Agnes Kuipcr the meeting land Christina Boote   

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