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Sioux County Index (Newspaper) - November 3, 1960, Hull, Iowa Thursday November 3 1960 Youre Invited To Our SECOND ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 BE SURE TO VOTE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 Large selection of records sheet music radios and Stereos for your view ing and listening pleasure REFRESHMENTS AFTERNOON land EVENING Excerpts from Hoevens Speeches of Past Week Congressman Charles B Hoeven Republican candidate for reelection to Congress from the 8th District of Iowa Thursday described Democratic Presidential candidate John F Ken nedy as a political chameleon who has changed his colors so often few people remember which hue he was Hoeven spoke at a Sioux County Republican rally in Orange City Thursday night onethird the amount of gold stored at Fort Knox Kentucky Kennedy today describes himself as a liberal yet in 1957 bragged in a letter to a Southern newspaper a bout the times he voted just like the Dixie Democrats He today calls his second place running mate Lyndon Johnson a great leader yet the two voted against each other 238 times in the Senate Kennedy once character ized Johnson in a national magazine interview as a lightweight thinker In addressing a Woodbury County Republican rally at Correctionville Congressman Hoeven further com Saturday Congressman Charles B mented that Senator Kennedy talks I Hoeven Republican candidate for re one way in the East another way in the West one way in the North and another way in the He added that Kennedys legislative proposals and voting record are just as incon sistent as his For example Hoeven said Ken nedy today poses as the Franklin D Roosevelt of the 1960s and espouses election in the 8th Congressional Dis trict said that Richard Nixon if e lected President would appoint a new Secretary of Agriculture from the Corn Belt We want a sympathetic Secretary of Agriculture who under stands our Midwest farm Hoeven said I have never been in sympathy the TrumanAcheson foreign policies I with Secretary Bensons farm propo Yet he conveniently forgets that as I sals Hoeven continued In fact as a Member of the House of RepreI ranking Republican on the House sentatives in 1949 he asserted in Salem Massachusetts that a sick F D R at Yalta and later Harry Tru man had frittered away what had been won in the Far East In the same year he also accused Dean Acheson of taking bad advice from Owen Lartimore just before Nation alist China collapsed Kennedy today calls for enactment of his Partys platform which would cost the taxpayer from 135 billion to 118 billion annually yet he pre sented to the Senate in 1953 an ex haustive program for New England in which he stated First we must strive for economy in the national government The annual cost of the platform Kenndy calls for I note would equal all the Nations SPECIAL PRICES will be offered on TV and Stereo Units Discounts on all Radios Table Clock or Transistor Special Offer with a Regular Zenith Transistor Radio ia gift package FREE 10 off all records and sheet music GUESSING CONTEST A Zenith table model radio and several gift certificates will be offered to the persons submitting the nearest correct figure as to the number of records sold during our Second Anniversary Open House Committee on Agriculture I have never introduced any of Bensons farm bills although often requested to do so Furthermore I have advo cated Bensons replacement as Sec retary of Agriculture for some time Hoeven further stated that in the field of farm legislation he consistent ly had voted for rigid price supports My voting record in this regard speaks for itself he said On April 18 1956 I voted to override the Pre sidents veto of H R 12 which would have frozen ail price supports on baj sic commodities at the 1955 levels During the last Session of Harold Korver gaA The j j I voted for the bill to increase price had just returned home from LUOK UUl Radio and TV Center PHONE 285 HULL IOWA IVlllmg iOLLCl 11CIU JU01 itLLHiilrj iHJillC support on Qairy products and urged an eigM day vjsit tQ tfae Reformed j FrCSt OH the Highway Church Mission Station at Annville might the President to sign the measure gold reserves and exceeds by about FUSSY CLEANING for FUSSY PEOPLE Hawarden Cleaners which he did Hoeven also pointed out that he is Using the exclusive Lint Free Cling Free Dry Cleaning Process Serving Hull and Boy den Mon and Thurs Afternoons Boyden and J Store Hull Hive Store Kentucky where Rev Korver was Look out for that first killing guest speaker at an evangelistic ser frost on the highways now the top Republican on the House ies of meetings held in the various That was the warning today from Committee on Agriculture a position churches of the Mission Ramaker state Safety Commissioner Donald attained through seniority With the will acompany Rev Korver to Statton who cautioned motorists to election of a Republican Congress in November Hoeven would become Chairman of the Committee The Com mittee on Agriculture now consists of 23 Democrats and only 12 Republi cans Southern Democrats whose main interests are cotton tobacco rice and peanuts now dominate the have controll ed the Committee for years Hoeven remarked yet they have failed to pass legislation to solve Midwest farm problems If I become Chairman of the Committee the first order of busi ness will be consideration of legisla tion dealing with the problems of the Corn Belt O Sioux Center News Mr and Mrs Bert Ramaker left Wednesday for Springfield Illinois where he attended a REA Conven tion Thursday and Friday Friday e tic City New Jersey this coming week to attend the annual Brother hood Convention Charles Hemphill of Lincoln Ne braska spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Peter Bosch His mo her Mrs Bosch accompanied him back to Lincoln Sunday afternoon to spend a few days with him and Mrs Ed Vinkes of Lyn den Washington arrived by plane Friday to spend a few days with her sister Hermina Westra The latter and Henry Westra accompanied them to Sioux Falls South Dakota Friday evening to attend the wedding of their niece Helen Westra who be came the bride of Marlin Ritsman with the wedding and reception held in the Reformed Church iuwj JLA AUOJ V tA JiVJf A AX vening they went on to Muskegon j foot ailment Mrs Carl Ver Steeg and son left for Iowa City Sunday where John will be under examination at the University hospital this week for a Michigan to spend two weeks with their daughter and husband Rev and VOTE FOR William Kuipers Candidate for Supervisor Fifth District Sioux County Iowa INDEPENDENT TICKET Verlyn son of Mr and Mrs Harry Mulder has returned home from the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City General Election NOVEMBER 8 1960 Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated Paid for by Wm Kuipers where he has been very seriously il for three weeks due to pneumonia He is recuperating nicely iBertha Haverhals remains unde treatment at the University hospita at Iowa City but is expected to b able to return home the latter par of this week Dr Gary Kempers was moved by ambulance Friday from the hospital at Rochester Minnesota to the local hospital where he remains critically ill with cancer Mr and Mrs Gerald Bosch Peter Bosch and John H Mouw of Orange City drove to Sheldon Sunday after noon to call on Jake Haagsma of Prim ghar The latter is seriously ill at the having recently suffered a heart attack at his farm home John Van Riessen has started work ing at Sheldon where he operates a milk route Rev and Mrs Marion Klaaren were pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when the members of their congregation of the Central Reform ed Church held a family night sup per for them at the church parlors It was held in honor of the couples recent 25th wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs Dan Bilthouse of Aurora Illinois were weekend guests of their daughter and husband and Mr and Mrs Douglas Ribbens and family change their driving habits with the approach of colder weather He warned drivers to expect patch es of early morning or evening frost on sheltered portions of highways es pecially on curves and bridges Hitting a patch of frost unexpect dly can throw a car out of control ust about as quickly as a sheet o ce Statton said He asked drivers to make a gen eral reduction in highway speeds The summerlong habit of high speed driving on dry highways can lead to fatal trouble as the seaso changes and additional hazards ap pear on the roads he warned Pointing to another hazard of the I late fall season Statton asked driv11 ers to be especially cautious now at all railroad crossings Driving with closed windows can mean that a driver will not hear the warning sounds of an approaching train Its an especially dangerous situation if windows also are clouded with frost or steam he said Statton again appealed to motor ists to cooperate in the safety depart ary personnel and getting viewpoints of need in these areas from nationals themselves The most frequent re quests coming in are for ordained ministers and teachers Most of the countries are developing their own echnicians but there is still definite need for certain specialized fields uch as public health workers pedia tricians and ministers to work with ow income families in poor areas Miss Joldersma defined a missionr ary as someone who is willing to be somewhat of a servant to the cbun ry who is willing to do any task for he kingdom By servant she referj red to a person working as Jesus did washing the feet of his disciples Hope College and Western Theolo gical Seminary of Holland Michigan will be the host schools to Miss Jol dersma for her next series of confer program Under this program appli cants can be enlisted now and delay their reporting for active duty until December January February or March The Corps is now conducting a year end recruiting drive Representatives of the Marine Corps will be in Shel don Iowa at the Post Office the 31st of October until the 4th of November from am to pm ences O ThreeYear Enlistments Now rJeing Made By Marine Corps Three year enlistments with the VTarine Corps have been restored and are available to selected individuals t is anounced by Staff Sgt Thomas Gent of the recruiting service at ioux City Iowa Selected individuals who meet the mental and physical qualifications may reserve a three year enlistment y entering the Marine Corps delay Keep a bottleon hand EBYS SWINE INHALANT For Colds FAST RELIEF Price Early treatment is important Hull Rexall Drugs Hull Iowa Book Your Cattle Feed NOW We Iteve cattle feed from on up Bookings run for 6 months at the price you hook it Hull Feed and Produce HULL IOWA ments Save A Life A Day cam paign which was held in October Miss Joldersma of Board of World Missions on NW Campus Miss Ruth Joldersma of New York City visited on Northwesterns cam pus recently She is secretary to the Board of World Missions and is visit ing the campuses of the Reformed Church colleges and seminaries speak ing to students about the personnel needs of world mission work over seas A large number of students from Northwestern College and Academy had conferences with Miss Joldersma about futures in world missions and preparation necessary for this very worthwhile work Miss Joldersma spoke in chapel to the student body faculty and visitors She told of changes of the world day in terms of rising nationalism development of Western technology i and social changes in family living j She challenged the students to think and act upon what the church and Christians must do with these chang es As preparation for her work Miss Joldersma toured all the foreign mis sion fields of the Reformed Church last year speaking with the mission I CALF DEVELOPER Now np a11 f yOUr whole milkFELCO vTWf y9PER replaces whole milk in the feed nutrients than normally found in whole milk and will glve you healthy welldeveloped Sves ELCO FAEJyffiRS COOP ELEVATOR AL VROONLAND Mgr PHONE 2071 BOYDEN IOWA
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