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   Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1940, Sioux Center, Iowa                                sue The Sioux Center Newi THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8 1946 Sioux Citys NEWEST FIREPROOF 150 Newly Fur nished Rooms Rates j Single Double Without Bath 200 Rates With Bath I Single Double300 AIRCONDITIONED COFFEE SHOP Pettonal Management WM BIU WACHTER Hull News Wm De Rev and Mrs Cammenga entertain ed the Greater Consistory at their home Thursday evening The Oosteninks young folks attend ed a reception at the home of their uncle JakeDe Boer near Rock Valley in honor of the newly Janet De Boer and J Wesselink Mrs Wm De Roos from Sanborn was a dinner guest Friday In the W De Roos home Mr Ar4rid Oliver motor ed to Hawarden Sunday afternoon and visited at the home oi Gerrit Bom gaars Mrs Etta Kiekerk accompanied Mr and Mrs Jeile De Boer from tebanon and Mr and John Kooistra trom Rock Valley and attended the funeral of Fred Post at Sibley They Tsere friends of the Post family in the Neth erlands Little Delznar 6 year old son of Mr and Mrs August Smit was a very sick lad the past week caused by the after effects of the flu which settled in his head Callers at the Win Meerdink home Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Get Up Nights Ifs Not Normal Some thing Is Wrong It may be Natures Warning of slug gish kidaeys Make this 4day test Your 25c back if hot pleased Kidneys must be kept active same as bowels If excess adds and other wastes are net regularly eliminated it can lead to get ting up nights burning scanty or frje quent flow backache leg or rheuma tic pains headaches or Say BtlKETS to any druggist Locally at H J SCHALEKAMP Druggist I John De Gooyer from Sanborn and i Mrs Alvin Lynch and son from Shel jdon They also visited at the Ben I Boonestroo home Mr I Yaa Whys of Ecck Valley on at the hospital Monday j Sunday his sister Minnie dropped in jto see him A Mens Society has been organized at the American Reformed Church A j study of the book of Romans plus the presentation of many vital subjects this week on Monday evening Mr Wm J Brouwer presented a discus sion on Angels Mr and Mrs Win Reit welcomed a 9 Ib baby boy Sunday Mr and Mrs Mitchel Van Wyk of Orange City were in town Sunday af ternoon to Mr Van Wyks mother Miss Bemice Meylink who teaches at Urbana came home Saturday morn ing by train and returned Sunday ev ening Mr and Mrs Wm Oliver were guests Friday evening of the Silver wedding of Mr and Mrs John Oliver at Lester Mrs Carter from Patterson N J who came to attend the funeral of her brother Fred Post visited at the Etta Niekerfc home If we are correctly informed Mr land Mrs August Walters have rented j the Pals property formerly owned by Ben Nyrneyer Mr and Mrs Groen I eweg who now cccupy thp house in jtend to move to Rock Valley I Mrs Gossen Douma is a very sick patient at the LeMsrs hospital Mr and Mrs Joha Hofmeyer from Sanborn were callers Sunday at the hospital to see their soninlaw Wm j De Roos I Mr and Mrs J A De Wild who i have been living at Greenfield la have been transferred to Rock Rapids I Mr and airs Ben Meylink intend to leave this week for Florida and then j on to California They will cover at least 18 states Mr and Mrs Billie Oliver received word that their uncle Jelie Workbo ven had a stroke and died at his home in Rock Rapids Funeral was Sunday afternoon The Womens World Day of Prayer irfll be held Friday evening at at the American Reformed Church All the ladies of the community are invit ed An invitation to the Doon vicinity ihas also beenextended Mr and Mrs BemieVerHoef i brought their children Friday evening to their grandmother Mrs Mary Bos while they attended the silver wed iding of Mr and Mrs J Oliver at J Lester J Mrs John Van Wyk when she was returning from church Sunday morn ing sprained her ankle near the Saw yer residence The Girls League of the American Reformed Church met Tuesday even ing at the home of Eva Koele Mr and Mrs John Bolks attended services Sunday afternoon at Inwood to see their grandchild baptized It the chiM of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bolks Mrs Jongetjes and two daughters intend to move to Sheldon the 1st of March at which place they have rent pd a home Mr and Mrs Andrew Brouwer from Dooa had their Sunday evening supper at the Willis Ten Haken home Listen Sunday afternoon from 3 to over Station KSOO Sioux Falls and you wSl hear the following quar tet give several numbers Messrs Willis Brouwer Jimmy Hynians Tony Westra and Willis Meylink Mr Mitchel Van Wyk and family of SiMey were Sunday afternoon callers at the parental Wolfswinkel home JThey had supper at the Arnold Hum me home On Tuesday evening of this week I Mrs W Trigg were awarded to Mr and Mrs R Mr and Airs Willis Meylink enterj Howard Ruisch Arloa Brink Arnetta tained several couple It was a and Pierce Jansma and Wallace Van farewell party for the 3 Meylinks jRoekel Mr and Mrs John De Koster spent i County Superintendent Charles H Friday in Sioux City on business Tye visited the grades in the public Len Vander Brake entertained a j Schat and low scores went to Mrs F group of friends at her home Tuesday evening The evening was enjoyed playing Chinese Checkers and games followed by dainty refreshments The guests included Mr and Mrs Adrian Schalekamp Henrietta Mieras Hen rietta Gertrude and John Maassen A large percentage of the people in and around Hull have the flu Mrs Gertrude Tietema of Sanborn arrived in Hull Monday morning by train She will accompany the B Mey lirsks on their trip Mr and Mrs P O Bouma are the happy parents of a baby girl bom on Tuesday racming This is the 12th child six boys and six girls Ike Dethmers and Jfettie Dethrners left Monday for a visit in Des Moines and Pella Rev Jagers baby girl had convul sions Saturday evening but is in good Mr and Mrs Wm Van Steeawyk school here Wedensday Mr and Mrs S Jager Mrs A Jag er and Mr and Mrs O De Jong went to Iretdn Friday evening where they attended a reception which was held ai the Town Hall there honoring the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Sip Eisma Mr and Mrs John Ver Meer and daughter Marjorie of Boyden were vis itors at the Tunis Maassen home Wed nesday Mr and Mrs Rudy Van Pelt and son Dale of Orange City were callers at the H De Jager home Tuesday Howard Halbersma of Woodstock Minn spent Tuesday and Wednesday with relatives hero Mrs R Vore was hostess to the Maurice Womens Club at her home Friday afternoon Following a short business meeting Mrs T Linnan led I the days program with a book review entitled We Married an i by Ruth and Helen Hoffman At the close of the program refreshments I were served j Mr and Mrs Harry Muilenburg and daughter Harriet motored to Archer Friday to spend the day at the Lester Muilenburg home Rev and Mrs John Brink of Boyden Jahn and Henri Kuecker Mr and Mrs H DeJager were host to a group of friends at their home Thursday evening in observance of their Twertieth Wedding anniversary which was January 21st After a so cial evening refreshments were serv ed Mr and Mrs R J Cassidy and his mother Mrs Richard Cassidy of Sioux City spent Sunday at the home of Miss Nora Buckley Rev and Mrs Colenbrander of Or ange City were callers at the home of Rev and Mrs J Roggen Friday eve Miss Lois Marquart spent the week eiid with Miss Minnie DeVries at her home near Sheldon A regular meeting of the YMCA of the First Reformed Church was held Monday evening at the church parlors Mr and Mrs Martin Malbersna and daughter Bernice of Leota Minn wore visitors at the Ben Kots home Wed nesday and Thursday The Maurice basketball team contin ue to uphold their fine record with two more victories during the past week On Tuesday evening they defeat Jed Hull 36 to 17 and on Friday eyen ing they defeated the Orange City Academy 51 to 14 Miss Mathilda DeHoogh of Monroe iCed and Arnold of Sioux Center vis were caUgrs at H W Brink home j feted in the Dnvid Schuetz home Sun day afternoon Albertha Bakker visited in the Ger rit Ryken home Sunday George and Laurence Eilers Nor man Marvin and Leonard Marieriau Lyle EarUL Margaret Ann McNally Mr and Mrs Dick Smits and son Katherine Van Maasdam and James Brown of FaulHna were week end guests at the home of Mrs A Van Maasdam Mr and Mrs Henry Maassen of j and Sirs H Satthoft Frances and I Sheldon spent Wednesday at the home IT Lorraine visited in the King home on Sunday afternoon F J King was a business caller in Ireton Tuesday Robert Van Wyhe visited in the W Bakker home Sunday Mrs King Lala and Lorraine Han son Margaret Ann McNally and Ar BERT BROEKS PUREBRED DUROC JERSEY BRED GILT Auction SALE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15TH 1940 50 DUROC JERSEY BRED GILTS Sale will be held xn farm in a heated building 4 miles south of Hull Iowa or 3 miles north and 2 mues east of Sioux Center Iowa starting at oclock en 50 purebred DurocJersey bred gilts to farrow in March and early April All are daughters or granddaughters of our grand old sire Pathfinder Sensation The have those deep smooth sides with excellent and loins They are bred to outstanding boars of the Ideal Type to produce mar ket toppers For further information on the breeding of these g2is write for a catalog to Bert Broek Hull Iowa BERT BROEK Auctioneers McMurray and Ramaker 4903 Clerk First National Bank Sioux Center la and Mrs J Maassen Mrs Clarence Kuiken returned to her home Friday from Orange City where she had recently submitted to art operation at the Doornink hospital Mr and Mrs O De Jong and dau ghters were Sunday evening supper guests at the Fred Koopman home at i nold and Ced Van Steenwyk and Miss Ireton Wilson of Sioux Center were visitors A adies motored to Orange in the David Schuetz home Sunday city afternoon where they I were guests of Mrs Henry De Jong at The Peppy Pais club will have a her a afternoon de potlack dinner in the McNally Hall j refreshments were served by Saturday Feb 10 Each girl is to bring a valentine and a hot dish Be present at 11 oclock with your nickel and crocheting Pauline OMeara and Dor othy Van Wyhe wQl be the hostesses The baad has one new member this week Orlan Abbey has joined the alto section Maurice Times CATHERINE WIGGERMAN Mrs F Popma entertained the La dies Aid of the First Reformed Church at her home last Wednesday afternoon An interesting program was presented under the leadership of Mrs Gerrit Vander Broeki which included a vo cal duet which was furnished by Mrs Anna Van Maasdam and Mrs P Van Maasdam Mr and Mrs Peter De Jager and Mr and Mrs Raymond De Jager and baby of Iretori were guests at the home of the formers son Harry De Jager and family Tuesday Leslie Bowen and his mother Mrs i C L Bowen were callers at the Guy Millard home near Hawarden Friday Mrs Charles Jasper returned Sun day from Doon where she had spent a few days at the home of her daughter the hostess Those attending were Mesdames H D Oggel C L Bowen Martin Van Peursem John E Mieras De Groot Peter Van Peursem ARozendal and John M Mieras Mr and Mrs Tim Burns of Hornick were week end visitors at the J R Boyd home Mr and Mrs H Langstraat of Hull were callers at the Paul Wassenaar home Tuesday Mrs Charles Mieras and daughter Rebecca returned Monday from a two weeks visit with relatives at St Louis Mo Davenport la and in Chicago HL She had taken her daughter Helen to St Louis to begin Nurses Training in a hospital there Mrs Win H Timmons and daughter Janice and Mrs Henry Timmons of Ocheydan spent Thursday here with the formers parents Mr and Mrs John M Mieras and at the John E Mieras homes On their return they were accompanied by Bruce Timmons who had spent the past ten days with his grandparents here Henry and Will Van Peursem went to Alton Wednesday to attend funeral services for Mrs C KooL Mr and Mrs J Snip of Sanborn called on Mrs John Snip Sunday Mr and Mrs J R Boyd entertained the 500 club at their home Thursday evening High scores for the games Public SALE The undersigned wQl hold a public auction at his farm located 4 miles north and 1 miles east of Orange City 8 miles west of Hos pers 7 miles east of Sioux Center on Feb 12 Commencing at 12 oclock Free lunch at 11 oclock 8 HEAD OF HORES 8 Bay mare 3 years old weight 1600 Ibs blue roan weight 1500 36s smooth mouth 2 colts I year grey roan mare and gelding team white horses smooth mouth weightl 1500 IBs each 16 HEAD OF CATTLE 16 9 milch cows some fresh and others to freshen in spring 6 small calves Hereford bull Cattle all tested 25 Head of Poland China Hogs 25 Brood sows to farrow in April All vaccinated 300 LEGHORN CHICKENS 3 TONS HAY 500 BU CORN Complete Line Farm Machinery All good as New Including John Deere tractor with cultivator 15ft McCormick Deer ing tractor disc McC Deering tractor plow Steel Drag binder etc etc Some Household Goods USUAL 48493 Peter Vander Zwaag Vande Broek Ramaker Aucts NW State Bank Orange City Clk SALE Having decided to quit farming the undersigned will offer at Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile East and IVt mile North of Sioux Center on Wed Feb Sale Starts At 12 Oclock Holtrops Lunch Wagon on Grounds 5 HEAD OF HORSES 5 2 Mares coming 14 wt 1600 IB bred to foal midsummer service fees 1 Gelding coming 6 wt 1600 IBs 1 Colt 7 months old 1 White Mare old enough to vote OF CATTLE 6 Young Cows due to freshen in March or April 2 High Grade Young Shorthorn Bull ready for service 6 Yearling Calves 5 Heifers and 1 Steer Also 18 Head Cattle on feed 800 Ibs 15 BROOD SOWS 15 450 White Leghorn Chickens 350 Pullets FULL LINE FARM MACHINERY This machinery is all in A No 1 shape Bought new by owner 6 years ago 8ft John Deere Grain Binder McCormick Deering Corn Binder 10ft John Deere Cultivator 1 other Cultivator New Nisco Manure Spreader 1 Wooden Elevator Complete 1 Good Minnesota Grass Moawer Hayes Corn Planter with 80 rods wire Walking Plow Harrow and Cart 6 hp Gas Engine hp Gas Engines one is a John De Laval Cream Separator No 16 2 Wagons Ray Rake Jack 10 Ton Hoist Jack 2 Blocks and Tackles Tools of various kinds 2 Stock Tanks i Hog Fountain 1929 Model A Ford HOUSEHOLD GOODS laving Room Suite Dining Room Suite Piano Allen Parlor Fur nace Kitchen Stove 5 Burner Perfection Oil Stove 2 Beds Some Dressers Kitchen Chairs Easy Washing Machine Fruit Jars Stone Jars of different sizes I am moving out of the state all terms will be Cash C Kooistra John Wesselink Clerk 4950 c n Ln dren Janeva and standing white hybrid developed at the College Prices of each hybrid mentioned a bout are i cents 1 pound cents 2 cents 3 Ibs 4 In lots of 5 Ibs or over the price is 20 cents per pound plus mail express or freight charges Haber said Checks or money orders should be made payable to the Vege table Crops Subsection Iowa Agricul tural Experiment Station Ames Iowa and orders should be sent to the same address 0 County Court News Plato Twp Items F Continued from page one The Last Will and Testament of Cor nelia Vande Wcerd late of Rock Val ley was filed for probate and notice was issued for March 5 1940 at AM Upon petition G A Visser was ap j pointed administrator of the estate ai i Agnes Buma with bond fixed at 1 1 The estate of Grada Bettman was j decreed exempt from State Inheritance tax by the court In the estate of Henry G Kokengfc I the executors were authorized to sell shares of stock in the Alton Savings Bank and in the GranvflleRemswn Telephone Co and in other corpora tions A birthday surprise took place on Sunday afternoon at the Wm Schlurnj bohm home when John Edwin Miller j estate Rodney Miller Lyle Clarey and Fred Miller all of his Sunday school class Henry J TePaske Guardian of Bet ty Mae Doherty a minor was author ized to accept from the Equitable Assur Society in settlement of claims of the minor in certain real I and a tew surprised Eugene Schlumbohln A line time was had by sell personal prODerty belonging G A visser Administrator of the of Agnes Buma was authorized Mrs J Monday Women from the Reformed churches here are reminded of the Worlds Day of Prayer which will be observed at the First Reformed Church at Sioux Cetner Friday afternoon The Sioux Center Carmel and Maurice churches are participating in this observance Mr and Mrs Will Cleveringa of Sioux Center were visitors at the B Kots home Sunday evening Mrs P Niemantsverdriet and son Henry were Sanborn business callers Wednesday Mr and Mrs Victor Janseh spent Sunday at the home of her parents Mr arid Mrs A Vander Stoep at Al ton Mrs John Snip and four children de parted Wedensday for Los Angeles Calif where they expect to make then home George Hoekstra and Lewis Mieras were Sioux City visitors Friday Marvin Ard spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Alton The Cottage Prayer Service of the American Reformed Church met at the Abe Levering home Wednesday even ing American Reformed Church The Red Cord of the Old Testa is the sermon subject for the AJVL morning worship service at the American Reformed church next Sunday Feb 11 When I See The will be the subject for the sermon at the PM evening praise service 0 HYBRID SWEET CORN SEED AVAILABLE FROM IOWA STATE COLLEGE Seed of five new sweet corn hybrids is being distributed by Iowa State Col lege this year aupunces E S Haber research professor in vegetable crops for the Experiment Station Haber describes the new hybrids as follows is a 1214 row golden hybrid 7 to 10 days later than Golden Bantam This hybrid was awarded a bronze medal by the American Seed Trade Association because of its per formance in the AllAmerican Seed Trails The quality is excellent is an 812 row golden hybrid similar to lona but the ears average smaller in diameter The ears are less damaged by corn ear worm than most golden strains of sweet corn In maturity it is 710 days later than Golden Bantam logent is a Country Gentle hybrid requiring 95 to 100 days to reach the edible stage The kernels are white very deep narrow and of good quality The hybrid is more resistant to smut than openpol linated Country Gentlemen logreen is a narrowgrain Evergreentype having 1622 rows of white narrow medium long kernels It reaches the edible stage in 90 days The quality is good for Evergreen com but only fair compared to the above mentioned hybrids logent is a Country Gentle man hybrid requiring about 95 days to reach the edible stage This hybrid is slightly earlier than logent 12 The kernels are pure white very tender and of good flavor This is the out boys 1UnCh the served Mr and Mrs Edwin A Miller and j A widows pension was granted to daughter Neva Mae were Sunday j Hattie Klein for the sum of per afternoon visitors at the Cecil Smith j weej for her one child home Mr and Mrs John Vahder Schaaf j Martin Twillman Executor of the and son were Sunday evening visitors j LUder Twillman estate was authorized at the Henry Netten home to make a cor nloan on 960 bushels of Mr and Mrs John Tank were Sunjear day dinner guests at the Fred C Dierks home Mr and Mrs John Koel and daugh ters of Carmel were Sunday evening visitors at the Ben Fedders home Mr and Mrs Emory Sutor were In the estate of Paul B Vosburg the trustee reported the mortgaging of SEVt and EfeSWft of Section 40 in OBrien County to the Equitable Life Co of Iowa to secure a loar day and Friday evening at the church basement was well attended and well liked OPEN FORUM The license examiners have come and are gone again Results of these examinations are as follows Out of the nine applicants for chau ffeurs licenses 4 passed 4 failed writ ten test 1 inspection of truck failed approval Out of the eighteen applicants for drivers license 9 passed 8 failed writ ten test 1 car not in order Nearly fifty percent failed Again study your lessons If you have no book come and get one from the cop Sunday evening visitors at the Edward j Or The Trustee was authoriz Degen home j ed to make corn loans on all or part of Mr and Mrs Edward Heidermann J jje owned by the trustee and son Arthur of Humbolt were visitors at the Edward Degen home last Thursday Mr and Mrs Hans Moeller and fain Uy were Sunday dinner guest at the Albert Klein home near Inwood la Mrs Anna Gayer was a visitor last Thursday afternoon at the Melvin Tarrell home The Luther League play Old Fash ioned Mother which was given Thurs The annual report of C Vande Steeg Guardian of Miller Minors and the Final Report as to John Miller was approved by the court The report of Raiph Dykstra and William Damstra administrators ot the estate of Arie Vander Plaats was ap proved and the report of sale of cer tain persona property was also ap proved The administrators were or dered that the personal property of the decedent be sold at public auction for cash on January 4th In the Guardianship of Aiva Heed incompetent the court found that there was on hand and the Guar dian was directed after the payment of costs to pay the balance to Sioux County for care and support of the The 7th Annual Report of Louis Wegner Administrator of the estate ot Jurgon Wagner was approved the estate was left open and the adminis trator was to continue to act as such for the estate C W Stuovan Guardian of Minnie Stuevan was authorized to execute a corn Chattel Mortgage to the Sheldon Todav one failed because he ansJ National Bank for the sum of wered the following question wrong How far must you park from a fire hydrant The answer in the code is 5 feet This is what the new code tells us The 1935 code says 15 feet On our town hydrant it says fifteen This was the answer the applicant made In nearly every town or city the or dinances which tell you how far to park away from a firehydrant the dis tance is much more than our Iowa code tells us And did you ever ask yourselfthe question where are the hydrants lo cated 35 percent of the hydrants are located in towns and cities So why did our legislators in the last session of the legislature change the distance to FIVE feet I do not believe they can answer that question them selves If we want w connect our firengine to a hydrant we must park the fire truck parallel with the curb for the coupling is about in the middle of the chassis In the case of Kenneth D Collins vs Harry C Collins the final report oi Henry Poll receiver of the real estate involved was approved by the court and the receiver was discharged FLAX SCHOOL A flax cleaning and treating dem onstration school will be held at the Farmers Cooperative Elevator Hull Iowa February 19 This should be of much interest to farmers since last year Iowa farmers grew 40000 acres oi flax the most in many years A larger acreage will probably be grown in 1940 because of the yield and price of the 1939 crop and as in 1939 they may grow and harvest flax under the 1940 AAA program without having it count as a soil depleting crop provid ing it is used as a nurse crop for clo ver alfalfa or grass seeding The acreage yield of flax last year in Iowa is estimated to have been 10 bu per acre With the price around 82 a License examiners will be here again bushel the return were made good Feb 19 1940 The Cop Wm Vande Broek Auctioneer WEIDEMAS CLOSING OUT Auction SALE As I plan to move to Minnesota I will hold a Closing Out Fam Sale at the Van Daalen Farm onehalf mile South of the Corner Cafe at Dooa Iowa commencing at oclock Sharp on FRI FEB 16 43 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 43 of of 150 Heavy Mixed Pullets 300 bushels Yellow Dent Corn in Shock FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY Big List of Household Goods USUAL 48492 The Helping Hand Society of the First Reformed Church will seil lunches on the grounds starting at 11 am HENRY WEIDEMA K J RAMAKER Auctioneer Doon Office of Valley State Bank Clerk of Sale from many acres that under the AAA program could not have been used for corn oats or any other grain crop That is why so many Iowa farmers who never have had any experience with flax are becoming interested 0 IOWA STATE COLLEGE FARM HOME WEEK Among the events at Farm and Home Week which have aroused the most interested among Sioux Coun ty farmers are the mass meeting talks Mr Goertz says Nat T Frame of the federal Division of Farm Population and Rural welfare Washington DC will speak Monday Feb 12 on Objectives for Rural Life George Fort Milton editor of the Chat tanooga Tenn Evening Tribune will speak the next day on The interplay of the Cotton Belt and Corn Belt And Gustaf Munthe of the American Scan dinavian Foundation New York City will talk Wednesday on The North ern Democracies in the Present Crisis Dr Charles Copeland of the National Assn of Manufacturers will speak on Friday noon on The Future of Amer ican Youth in The main daily events for farmers include Mon Christian Rural fellowship agronomy rural electrification poul try hogs farm build ing problems plant diseases dairy hus bandry home horticulture home land scaping Wednesday Forage crops horses sheep new mechanical equip ment turkeys soil conservation dairy feeding seed analysis Cattle soil problems poultry rural electrification home landscaping Fri livestock judging con   

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