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   Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1942, Sioux Center, Iowa                                MAKE EVERY PAY DAY BONO DAY VOLUME 51 NUMBER 5 NEWS FORCE Official City and County Newspaper jjjipux County Iowa District Music Contest Sioux Center April 1011 news release sent out this week ii u i Mouw county chairman of the bond drive in Sioux Countyhe charges that some people arc not pledg ing to buy the amount of bonds they are capable of buying He mentions that some have pledged to buy an bond m a year who could buy more One at the solicitors in the rural area said a welltodo farmer had simed up for S3 per month who coulcT veil afford to invest per month On the other hand there are many very many who are buying their full share We think all of us should heed Mr advice when lie says we should thfnk it over now and increase our pledge if it is low immediately be fore the pledge books are sent So head quarters The government needs our loll co operation If we do not give it vol untarily win be forced togive our help later on During the last war everyone was forced to give a vfate ment of their worth and they were then assessed on the basis of that fig ure II the person failed to buy the assessed amount of Liberty bonds they were politely called in and told to get were virtually forced to take part in financing that war From early figures the bond drive is going well in Sioux County Nearlv everyone has signed a pledge The school stamp plan is doing nicely The local bank alone has already sold out right nearly worthof Defense Bonds Butthis is a proposition that requires the cooperation of everyone SoUiink it over have you pledged share Dell TePaske Sends Cablegram From Australia Another of Sioux Centers young men is among he American Troops in Australia Del TePaskcs cablegram from Australia reached his parents here Tuesday evening His condition and activities are aptly described in the phrase Pit and busy which is about ali the information he could give even in a letter It is to be supposed that he arrived here only lately since I Expect 1036 Students Prom 21 Schools The local high school pupils and tea chers are preparing for the District Music contest which is to be held here next week end April 10 and li Ses sions will be held in the High School Auditorium Central Reformed Church and the town hall details of which will appear in weeks NEWS There will be 1036 contestants and above that number 256 extra tickets have been sold to Only 100 season ticketswill be sold locally as there will be no room to accomodate more than that Morning and afternoon sessions 25c evening sessions 35c sea son tickets 55c Vocal contests will be held on Fri day and instrumental on Saturday Schools participating are as follows Class Hawarden Rock Rapids Sheldon and Sioux Center Class Hull Inwood Ire ton Orange City Primghar Rock Valley and Sanborn Class Hoyden Doon Hos pers Little Rock Maurice Newkirk Archer and Alton 0 ADELPHOS TE PASKE he sailed from the west coast about the 12th ofFebruary Letters could not reach here for several more weeks if such Is the case THURSDAY APRIL 2 THE HAUNTING SPECTREby Wells March 28 1942 Edward Roelofs Center News Sjoux Center Iowa am enclosing copy of letter from Donald Nelsons office and some press My letter to Mr Nel son was prompted by an item In your column recently about a Sioux Center firm that was getting the runaround tn Its attempts to bid on war orders I clipped the story and sent it to Mr Nelson The Sioux Center firm may be interested in following up some of the suggestions made In the press releases With best regards I am Yours sincerely Vincent F Harrington Evert Hoeven Enlists In Naval T RECEIVES RATING OF 2ND CLASS AVIATION MACHINIST MATE Evta Hoevei who recently graduat ed from the Elgin Jewelers school left Monday morning to assume his duties at the Great Lakes naval training sla j tion Evert enlisted in the navy last j week and after passing the professional 1 examination received a special raitng as Reserve Aviation Machinist mate 2nd class He will receive a prelim i inary course at the Great Lakes sta tion and then will go to the Naval Air craft factory at Philadelphia for fur I Iher instruction Mr Hoeven is qualified towork on The above letter from Congressman acf onauUcal instruments as a jeweler Harrington is the result has how to build and re which appeared in News Force several I Precision machinery in i A tio will be a regular member of the County Gets Lowest Interest Rate In SAVE OVER 55300 THfS YEAR The board of supervisors refinanced of county road bonds at the lowest rate in the history of Sioux Canty financeonly interest I The issue taken by HalseyStewart oi Chicago and they paid prem ium to get the issue There were two other bidders at the lettine one bid ding iy4 the oner also bidding but the premium was smaller The old interest rate on these bonds was 2Vt percent which was consid ered very low at the timethe bonds were sold The saving now of 12 ter cent will mean over S6300 per year ou this One reason the rate is so slow is that the termson thebonds are so short coming due in 1943 and 1944 Word Received From Wm Beernink After Sailing William Beernink is the son of Mr and Mrs Reuben Beernink of Sioux Center and is a member of the US Marine Corp He sailed from the west coast about 8 weeks ago and had not Like fine that on a lonesome road doth walk in jear and dread And having once turned round walks on and turns no more his head Because he knows a frightful fiend doth close behind him tread weeks ago in which we told how the Wandscheer manufacturing company received notice that bids were wanted on furnaces only a few days before the date the bids were due in Washington The news releases mentioned in the letter have been turned over to the Wandscheer Manufacturing Corpora tionIt is very hard fora smallfac tory to qualify for defense jobsthe war board however could get a lot of work done by the little fellow if they had a good system to subcontract defense orders We thank Mr Harring ton for his response and for the infor mation he sent The following quotation is from The New Republic of March 23 Apparent ly Hitler cannot make meek slaves out ofthe Hollanders War productionis slowly falling off in Hdflarmvpartly because of malnutrition and partly because of noncooperation Recently the BeVlin correspondent of Stockholms Tid ningeh said that demonstrations and sabotage In Amcrsterdam have caus ed a condition approaching a state of siege The General Speaks When you start to tear down public confidence in military leaders you practically army naval air corps and after his training course will be assigned to active duty at some large naval air base Evert has been at home for about three weeks before leaving on Mon day for duty in the naval air corps Mrs Hoeven nee Glenna Tyler will continue teaching for the balance of this school year Vander Ploegs Introduce Used Furniture Dept The Vander Ploeg furniture store are introducing a new line in their businessa used furniture depart merit They will tradein used furj niturs on new furniture The niture will be put on display in the buildi Shop Family PLEDGE BOOKS ON BOND AND 1 STAMP SALES NOT ALU IN YET P B Mouw Sioux County csgteotjrepbrf as yet on the success of the Pledge Card drive for Bonds and Stamps because and Mrs Ed OOIDE all the pledge books arenot turned family of Newfcirfc were c J for scarlet fever on Monde The books that have been turred in year old have been checked A great mlny of i who the people are doing very wellbut ft Came U1wlt searlet feven seems that there are a good number j who thinkbecause there is an i IS3lLavrence Scholten bond that that is all that is for an entire year This is not the 1 me case and each individual fieure building recently vacated by the Style outhis or her share by taking their snnual or monthly or r plus as will nece been heard of until this week when two letters caine at once The let ters were about two weeks apart Feb one was sent by airrnaiL was unable to reveal stated that the climsteandVfood were good and he was Ha said that he had heard no news as allowed no oangrs or radio BEs address is Beernink Hdq iSer Co 8th Mar ines FlVfF 2nd Marine Brigade in the co Eostinaster San Fran p Regular Questioimahttg to This Group Xater The Sioux County Local BoarS received two sample copies 61 fiaa occupational questionnaire be sent out to all the fibe third registration This is not the ular questionnaire but an one which will sjress the o aptitude of the registrants Regular questionnaires on the draft classification is based be sent out after the questionnaires have been retumeeL The occupational questionnaire very simple although lengthy istrants should not expect help the advisory board members in pleting this questionnaire If they that they cannot do a complete jtg it they should see any of their friemfc who are more experienced in this type of work The Local Board has orders in asai out all 1603 of the occupational joar tiornaires within esght days after 1 receive them from headquarters illations state that the questia must oe returned to the Local oftice within a ten day period AH Able Men Due To Serve Baltimore MdL Brig Ger t Hersheyr national driector or said Thursday every atfc bodied young man eventually enter the war While the law makes nen Tig to S liable eo milifaryservice comer entators beKeve that the genkraTs re peatetLstrssang oi the Whites Parents From PMllipines v means that married men depen dents who are over 38 or some s ugure may be deferred for a lime or given fobs in uniform driving Janitor work around b or similar Jobs itfius releasing oS and younger men for combaf iraoixsg Q Senate Votes Army Pay Hike BUCK PRIVATESWOULD GET MONTHLY UNDER BILL The senate voted 73 to 0 Mbmfay to Orange and Mrs boost the starting pay of Uncle Ssufr Germ Beyerreceived aletter Man1 buck privates from to a aay from their son Glennwho is month lieved to be on Corrigidor Island The measure which now goes tc fee Glenn writes that he iswell and for house increases the base nav cf EJV the folks not to worryHe also hoped 15sed men all along ifae line Marries Scholten was appointed that they had received his telegram pledged sufficient that their amount City for nearly 10 years and comes Mrs H Wesseliiik Guys Kuyper who lives 9 miles west Yp have to be increased Whv not aiid 2i miles north of Sioux up on and see whether was united in marriage with Mrs Haryou honest with yourself vard WesseliriK of Rock Valley s week and the boys Certainly ago Mondaj March 23nJ The in this land riage was performed on Mondav morn possess enough gratitude and ing by Rv Gilbtft Kujper a nephew Patnot3sm to be wfflintrtnmt in of the groom at Tecamah Nebr with Mr and Mrs Adams as attendants Guys is the son of Mrs GB KuVper Jiilius De Wit Promot ed In Sears Roebuck Mr and Mrs Julius De WH anct small daughter Audrey moved this week from Binghamton New York to Courtland New York where he has been sent following a promotion in the Sears and Roebuck store Auxiliary To Meet Tuesday April 7 The Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs Ed Vos on Tuesday April 7 at the regular time j of Sioux Center The bride is the dau ghter of Mrs Albert Moss of Rock Valley and is the former Dorothy Eonthuis After a wedding dinner the newly married couple left for Sioux Rapids where they visited with her sister Later they called on his sister Mrs Hubert Niemoth and family at Sheldon on the return trip arul spent Sunday evening with his mother Mrs GB Kuyper in Sioux Center j Guys Kuyper has an 11yearold son j and Mrs Kuyper has an 8year old girl by former marriages Mr and Mrs ON Schuetz of Hawar den arid Mr and Mrs WA Van Steeriwyk drove to Spirit Lake on Wednesday where they visited in the home of Mr and Mrs David Scheutz These are the words of Gen Doug las JlacArthurin a recent Interview in Australia with hews correspondents Itinightbe well to call attention to some who claim to be constructive critics that President Roosevelt is commander in chief of our armies The sale of defense stamps to school children is very successful in Sioux I Sioux Center School Children Already Have Over Stamps REPORT ON RURAL SCHOOLS NEXT WEEK Several times recently we have heard people curse the Jews blaming them in very definite statements for all the evils which has befallen the world It is obvious that the Jews are not the braintrust of the Japs nor aro they the advisors of Hcrr Hitler nor do they undermine democracy in the US But people know we arc living in evil days and grab at any straw as an explanation for the tremendous prob lem which they cannot solve When someone starts blaming the Jews for every trouble of the world in your presence dont pay any attention Center passing the point so far patriotism to be willing to put in their dollars and loan them not give them Benefit By Girls Sot highly qnslified Mrs R Haze Dies In Calif ornia Lebanoa and Mrs Ger FIRST CHRISTIAN REF CHUHEH APRIL 15 Girls Society or This certainly was a happy day Giric Society olthp itr war Thereto so that our boys can be prlperjy fed and Mrs Ger and equipped Dont let anyonl use f receiver a telegram in the alibi that because of of death of Mrs Coulanders sister Mrs R Eaze of Ar the Lebanon vie the alibi that because of this X n0t DUyU3S tesia Calif Remember Pilot washed his hands before the multitude arid said I am j f r bout 27 years innocent of the blood of this righteous i to was he exonerated Let us do our part honestly and liberally and then we can demand thai existing 7C T conditions that are not right be VOteSlll rected EVERYONE CHECK DID I DO MY PART IF NOT SEE YOUR CHAIRMAN AND CORRECT YOUR PLEDGE It can still be cone but they will soon be mailed in from Dr Graham concerning their daughter Helen that the brace could body welcome be removed ana the injury to her backj Hed Cross Benefit program is cured City Election Here Tuesday First Aid Meets At Schoolhonse Class H meets at Public school build ing this week Thursday evening at Lesson Chapter m Page 29 to 47 Each student will bring one bandage 35 inches soruare I will meet in the public school building Tuesday even ing April 7th at Lesson Chap TT T b and JH Rozeboom Four Churches Com bine In Prayer Service April 21st ADVANCE NOTICE Due to the pres sure of the times in which we find our selves these days the two Reformed First and Central and the First and T TTH O Second Chr Ref Churches of HUH April O city have made plans for their first Prayer Service together on An allday vaccination schoolwill Ar be couc The city election in Sioux Center ters v VL vas one of theJUghiest ia years bring ing out only 7o voters There was no contest and the entire grouo was re elected The city officials are Mayor Maurice Te Paske five councilmenj JH Rozeboom RW Rozeboom Ifeal P Church will Sclnut treasurer L Achterhof assesj an Easter cantata by sor Orarrit Boeymk park commissionj iel Protheroe This includes five sol ji itoe1 ojsts and 45 members in the two choirs Vaccination School April 21 DV jbe conducted at the Hull Township Ifs our desire to emphasize in iHaU on Wednesday April S starting these meetings the great need for reI ai am The school is limited to Mr and Mrs Roy A Tyler of Sioux City announce the marriage of their daughter Glenna to Mr Evert A County Legion Meeting In OC Apr 7 The County meeting of the Ameri can Legion will be held at Orange City in the Town Hall PM April 7th The marriage took place on Jan 3 School 1942 at the Congregatinoal parsonage 620 j of Rev Charles Gerlinger in Sioux 950 Falls S D 840 j Mrs Hoeven attended the Nebraska 5465 State Teachers College at Wayne and 1400 the lows State Teachers College at 865 1 Cedar Falls She was kindergarten 1540 j teacher here last year 3940 i Mr Hoeven was recently graduated 10000 I from the Elgin Watchmakers College j at Elgin 111 On completion of his work in Elgin he enlisted in the US Naval Reserve and will be sent to j Philadelphia Pcnn for a course of v instruction at the Naval Aircraft fac Tne local Christian school reports tory over in stamps during March Atpresent Mrs Hoeven is teachin and the Cannel school has passed the in the Dunlap public schools and will point Public Kindgergartcr First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Junior High High School Total Christian School Carmel School tiieac meetings uie great need for reI pentance before God for humbling I30 ourselves before that great God who ever 21 years of age The expenses will be prorated speaketh today and for asking Gods among those taking the school blessed benediction SOT country the 0 weapons of war and our own bovs ITTTII T people will I VV llleiTlStyn infant The April 5 1942 at S oclock in the even ing This is the first cantata to be given since the new organ was in stalled and so everyone must come to appreciate the variations which can be worked out on the new organ ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr and Sirs Gerrit De Mots of Sioux Center announce engage ment of their daughter Arlene Eliza j betb tQ Albert Brucsting son of Rev and Mrs L iBrunsting of Sioux Cen AddinkDe Mots On Thursday March 27 1942 ai UBfe PM occurred the marriage cS MBB Leona Addink youngest daughterof Mr and Mrs Bfenry Aodinfe anti eBT ford De Mote son of Dr and Mrs Hoa ry De Mots The ceremony was per formed by the Rev JjCeUowr ai Hoe Presbyterian parsonage in South Soact City Nebr in the presence of relatives and friendsAfter a luncheon Mr and IvIrsDeMots for Los Angeles Calif The bride and grooni were botJi bosm and reared in Sioux Center Iowa Protestant Spojosor Radio The Western League of Youag Societies of the Protestant o fthis part of Iowa have undertaken io spooscr e wo cors ssts gjven on Easterj a Protestant Ref Radio Hauc EbSs C Tirill The different young pe w supply the music appropriate for the j rrv occasion And we hope throuhout the Will j continue her teaching duties occasion And we hope throughout the summer months to foster such meet ings from time to time both in our different churches as well as in the City Park whenever the weather per mits May God through these meetinss bring us as a community upon our knees before God and may the spirit of true humility be fostered our circles Only then can we expect the blessing of our God upon our nation our army and our boys So please keep APRIL 21 open and meet with us at the FIRST REF CHURCH OF THIS CITY WATCH FOR THE PROGRAM LATER The Committee of the Four Churches ter1 Arlene will be graduated from Iowa Siate University at Iowa City ii May j Albert is in the service and is receiv T Draining at the Air Corp Mr and Airs William WOlemityn of Flying School located at GardneField series will ccntinize through out months of April ana May ths Xozd willing The first of the series sponsored April 5 at to Rev WnxVerhil will have si the message The program comes owr KSOO Various other of the ministers will take their turns sixteen voice choir composed people from various of the will reader ths theme song We i you all to txirn your dials to 1140fizr our Gods People broadcaii Sunday afternoon i 0 UIQS n yng co Miodlebcrg became the parents of i Tsft Cain twin girls on Saturday night at the Doornink hospital in Orange Citv j Connie Dee who weighed 3 pounds died seven hours after birth Van e seven hours after birth rj Funeral senices were heM for the TlDS Ovet With infant daughter on Sunday with Rev i ii ciuu viuusn wucii me ne wasirwmT fiu ai ter Bonnie Lee who weighed Ibs j soft spot in the road ten miles froro si birth are doing nicely at the hos VAisrtown SL and tipped over pital The rvohjr the former Aletta Roubos The birth of tne twin girk made Mr and Mrs Matt Roubos of Middleburg grandparents for the first time The International trurk belonging t0 Dick Vreeman was quite faadlv damaged Tire truck was loaded one animal was left behind because of in wwiuLf ay franK oaiv junes and a hog strayed away Chief of Price Administration dividual May 456 being announced by Frank Barn   

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