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Rock Valley Bee (Newspaper) - June 11, 1964, Rock Valley, Iowa Mrs John Kruid injured slightly Saturday morning- MRS John Kiuid, Hock Val- !e. spent Saturday night in the Sioux Valley hospital with mouth; injuries she received in a two-car accident south of Valley Saturday morning about She was released Sunday. Three sons riding with her were relatively free of injuries. Mrs Kruid was driving north and was about to pass a truck her automobile collided with one driven by Bernard Driesen who making a left turn into the Mrs Gertrude Brummel farm. Both vehicles were listed as "total" damage. Driesen was un- injured. Investigation the crash was Highway Patrolman Vogel, Or- ange City. It didn't get aivay BOWLING RESULTS MIXED Monday Night Men: High game, Larry Mitchell' 230; high series, Larry Mitchell 586. Women: High game, Jean Porter 132; high series, Jean Porter 484. High team game, Mitchell and Miller 746; high team series, Mitchell and Miller 2039. Standings W L Buckley, Manning, Hanschau and Long C 2 Klein, Porter and Stanga 5 3 Mitchell, Miller 4 4 Schlecty, Miller 1 7 Wednesday Night Men: High game, Don Cannegieter 192; high series, Hich Berken- pas 537. Women: High game, Albert Schmidt 165; high series, June Kahl 456. High team game, Cannegieter and Van Holland G57; high team series, Kahl and Berkenpas 1813. Standings W I. De Jager, Plueger '7 1 Kahl, Berkenpas '6 2 Henderson, Timmer 4 4 Ranschau, Kock 3 5 Van Holland, Cannegieter 2 6 Gayer, Schmidt 2 6 Six-weeks summer recreation program to get underway j A six-weeks summer recrea- tion program for Kock Valely is scheduled to start Monday, June 22. Instructors for the program are Doris Keegan, arts and crafts, with Judy Hoekstra and Joan De Bruin as assistants. Arts and crafts will be held in the basement rooms of the pub- lic school. Pain Kuiper will have charge of girls Softball and volleyball wilh Sheila Kosters and Bon- nie Buma as her assistants. Games will be played on the (own diamond. Paul Poppen will have charge of boys sotiball and tennis, Baseball will be under the di- rection of Matt Schroeder. First, second and third grade story hours will be conducted by Margaret Flanagan in. the upstairs music room at the pub- lic school. Anyone who has not as yet cd up for Ihe program may contact the proper instructor or be at the "class" the opening day. Miss Linda Vugtevecn will instruct baton twirling. Poten- tial or aspiring twirlers may contac! her for details as to time and place. Rock Valley Bee In Its Seventy-Ninth Year Of Publication RON Serck is shown here pulled out of the Oahe reser- holding the 17 pound Northern voir north of Pierre, S. D last pike he and Kenneth Hanson week end. Seventy-Ninth Year, No. 41 Thursday, June II, 1964 Town library Home Show has crowds, crowds Balloon launched at Home Show collection found in Stockton, 111, following day o: Doom's Paint store gels a- round. AT Ihe Home Show last week, the local firm filled balloons with helium gas and gave them to the kids. The balloons, naturally, car- ried an advertising message a- long with the name of the paint store. SOME of them gol away or were released for That was Wednesday. The Doom's got a letter this week from Robert Kleckner, Stockton, 111., that said: "YOUR advertising travels a long way. We found a balloon with your name Thursday af- ternoon. "We've been wondering if you did release the. balloon or if someone dropped it from a car." Mr .Kleckner enclosed a P9stal card, MRS Genii Doom dropped the refreshingly-curious Illinois man a letter this week explain- ing that the balloon did in fact get there by air from Rock Valley. The local family has friends in Stockton and Mrs Doom will refer Mr Kleckner to them so that he may learn about Rock Valley. Henderson wins trap trophy at Ver million Ronald Henderson and Lyle Kersbergen, Rock Valley, enter- ed the South Dakota Southern Zone Shoot at the new Clay county Sportsman's club in Vermiilion, S. D., Sunday, June 7. Henderson won the Class C 16-yard event by breaking 97 of 100 targets. He was given a trophy for the win. Storm takes Wallenburg roof LOTS of wind, little rain and isolated damage was found in this area after Monday night's storm warnings lifted. The picture shown above was taken from the silo at the Rich Wallenburg farm two west and three south of Rock Valley. One of the steel sheds at the farm !ost its roof, rafters and all, in the big wind. The Wal- lenburg family headed for the basement when they saw a cloud of dust coming at the farm- stead. Boards and other debris were flying by the house before they made the safety of the cellar. Mr Wallenburg thought that it was a small tornado but wasn't sure, Neighbors helped the family Easterly direction about a half clean up the place. Steel from mile, the roof was strewn in a north- In the accompanying photo Hock Valley's public library has received a collection of re- cords from the State Traveling Library. The records, which can be checked out by library card holders, include classical, folk- lore, juvenile, musical comedy, opera, popular, religious and oral. The library board asks that borrowers take extreme care with the records as they are damaged -easily. A set of rules governing the use of the re- cords can be found at the li- brary. Annual meeting of Farmers Lumber to be June 15 The annaul meeting of the Farmers Lumber company, Rock Valley, will be held Monday, Juno. 15, in the hall (formerly Vander 'Plo'egt Fun- eral home) at p.m. Central Daylight Time. Members will elect three di- rectors for the coming three years and transact such other business as may legally come before the meeting. Lunch tickets will be given. School library to be open summer The Rock Valley Community school library will put into ef- fect Monday, June 15, its sum- mer library program. HOURS for the facility will be every afternoon from to p.m. Monday through Fri- day. MISS Emma Van Bochove will be the summer librarian with Mrs Wightman on hand to provide proper guidance to younger students. Anyone residing in the Rock Valley Community School Dis- trict may check out books, ac- cording to a school release. BOOKS may be checked oul for two weeks and then for an additional week, if necessary. Two books may be checked out at one time. In the case of adults, one fiction and one non- fiction book may be borrowed. General reference works must be used in the library. TYPICAL scene during Rock Valley's two-day Home Show last week is the one above. Crowds was lbe.order--.of1 the day and committeemen report- ed that it was the largest Home Show in attendance in the short history of the event. Winner of the six-day vaca- tion for six at Vacation Village at Lake Okoboji was Kenneth Slater, Rock Valley. Slater, a recent graduate of Northwestern college, Orange City, will take his mother and sisters on the. all-expense paid sojourn. Accompanying him will be Mrs Irene Slater, Ginger, Jer- ry and Sandra, who lives in Des Moines. O'iher winners were: Alice Haupt, H. H. Heit, Cur- tis Van Ness, Mrs Gerrit Van Den Brink, Mrs Barney Bajema, Paul Jenkins, Mrs Harvey Balks, Mrs Pier Attema, Mrs Martin Postma, Mrs Harold DC Graff, Steve Van Otterloo, Mrs Gert- rude Kosters, Jake Abma, Mrs Sam Van Voorst, Cecil Van Ness, Mrs John Wallenburg. Tony De Bey, Grace Van Mid- dendorp, Mrs Anna Bauman, Jim Van Den Top, John Van Kenneth Slater wins six-day vacation Dokkemburg, M r s Francis Baatz, Mrs Tom Mulder, Mrs C_ J. Teunissen, John Vander Sanden, Mrs Peter Brinkman, Mrs Marinus Vonk, Mrs Marga- ret Hevern, John Overweg, Mrs Jake Abma, Mrs Ed Hoiyn, Mrs R. Berkenpas, Hattie Heuer, Pier Wynia, Art Gerritscn, Gary Van Beek, Ann Sanschulte, Mrs Nellie Galk, John H. Van Beek, Mrs John Overweg, Bill Burg- graaf, Mrs Francis McNamara, Mrs Henry Bosler, sr., Nick Baker. Jack Kooima, .Robert Ver Muim, Henry Kaske, Wayne C-roeneweg, Willie Hevern, Mrs Ed Draaycr, Carol Van Marel, Carol Teunissen, Bill Long, Ida Van Vooren, Mrs S. Maas'sen, Steve Sechser, AI Vander Meer, Henry Vanden Bosch, Jim Van- der Velde and Mrs Fritz Ha- mann. Winnebago youngsters visit here Market Report Courtesy of Farmers Elevator Corn can be seen Mr Wallenburg, Peter Davelaar, Henry Bos and Frank De Boer. Beans 230 13.50 Butchers 1475 H B The Charles Wynia family left Tuesday morning for a three-week vacation trip to the east coast and the New York World's Fair. Youth fair elates set for August 12 to 15 The Sioux County Youth Fair dates are set for August 12, 13, 14 and 15 at the Fairgrounds in Sioux Center. With increased enrollments in both the 4-H boys and the 4-H girls, there is a consider- able increase in livestock en- tries, making it the largest Fair ever to be held in Sioux County. Special projects will in- clude crops and garden, col- lection and construction, as well as livestock judging and dem- onstrations. The girls' 4-H pro- ject this year is foods and nu- trition. For the first time there will be a 4-H and FFA horseshow on the first evening of the Fair, August 12. AND... Farmers looking for extra help or high school youngsters looking for summer jobs on the farm can probably get together by contacting Clarence Miller at the Community Oil Company, phone 476-2172. Winnebago, Nebr.. are shown here with Conrad Burgers and Wanda as they prepare to wash the Weber Burgers automobile. The Baker youngsters live at the First Reformed Mission at Winnebago and are visiting the Burgers family this summer. Sherri has been .with the family before and both the youngsters spent Christmas with the local family.
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