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   Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 5, 1942, Sioux Center, Iowa                                MAKE EVER PAY BAY Official City and County Newspapei VOLUME 51 NUMBER 30 Center of Sioux County Iowa Hoeven Wins With Over 150OO Votes NEWS 19T3 JEWS i Occasionally we hear people say I dont like the That categorical usually follows a discus sion in which the Jews havebeen roundly blamed for all the ills of our social and economical system We have heard good citizens seriously make the above statement and we to warn against the danger of that attitude The Jews may have objectionable manners they may have other faults that are to say that they dominate our business world or our government is sheer nonsense We have before us a copy of Fortune magazine an article from the and an article by Rev John DeKorrie in the Banner which furnish figures Note In formation Along The registration for gasoline rat ioning will be held in the school audi torium next week Thursday Friday and Saturday November 12 13 and 14 This is a change of please note thefollowing schedule Thursday Nov 12 3 oclock to 6 from 7 to 9 Friday Nov 13 3 oclock to 6 from 7 to 9 Saturday Nov 13 forenoon only S to 12 j Supt Gaylord will be in charge of the registration and he will be as sisted by the teachers and high school students j There are several things you must be able to answer on the registration 1 Serial number on the tires on your car 2 You are permitted only 5 tires for each vehicle Take all extra tires to the depot before November 9 3 Take your car registration along because the information on it is requir ed on the registration and facts to disprove the usual charges Every registrant will be issued an against the Jews These articles are ration book at the time of registra available to anyone who wishes to see I tio1Tfts is ile minimum book In SIOUX COUNTY SENDS ONLY 28 MEN CALL IS FOR 91 MEN thcm There are groups in this country in terestcd in diverting the public atten tion from the real ills in our system who stoop to incite racial preudjice In Europe Hitlers Nazis the Italian fascists and traitorous Laval have used dividuals who expect to get a bigger allowance can get an application blank at the school but this application must be made out and sent to the county ration board Each car will get a win dow sticker showing what type of ra tion book the owner has Remember when you register that program HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM WEDNES NOV 11 AM INVOCATION Henry Eggink OLD GLORY Huth Overlahder PATRIOTIC MUSIC c4 Junior High Muted Chorus ADDRESS Rev Koeppe The Last Message from Corregidpr A Recording Sponsored by the Sioux Center post of the American Legion Stores will be closed all day Nov 11 Note that Rev Koeppe is scheduled to the time of publication he had not been contacted but the committee were trying to arrange to have him on the program the Jewish arguments to further their the people at school next week are evil purposes We should be awake to the folly of helping the demagog and the native fascist spread hatred based on lies If you do not have the will to investi gale the facts at least resort to yqur Christian character to be tolerant and fair y One of the roosVttangefous tenden cies inthis country today is the tend ency to turn to the old guard conser yatives the reactionaries when we become critical or dissattslield with the reforms and aggressive plans of the liberals The tendency can be found in both political parties and has come down to a struggle in the democrat party between the liberals under Roos evelt and the reactionaries under Jim Farley in the republican party be tween the liberals under Willkic and the reactionaries sponsoring a man like Dewey We should follow the who are men of the future if wewish to avoid the pitfalls we fell into after the lastwar Eevry fanner and every small business man should choose now i to support the forward looking liberals of his party if he believes in democ racy One of the most disheartening ex periences we have ever had was the trying to help them with cooperation too 0 Hull Boy In Ireland Dr Bernard N Mouw Local Dentist Leaves For Service Nov 12th Call For 146 Men In December MUST RECLASSIFY 3A TO FILLCALL The draft board received notice on postpone induction of who are engaged in October 28 to all registrants Male Chorus To Present First Concert In School Auditorium On November 11 The iirst of a series of three winter gram will be presented by Sioux Cen concerts be presented in the high Male Chorus who will sing sev school auditorium next Wednesday eral new numbers ening Nov ilth by the Sioux Center patriotic numbers some balads and Stores Close At Mow agriculture until further notice As a result of that order the draft board could furnish only 23 men on a callj for 91 for November With all the farm boys held out by that order the board has only about 4 or o men in 1A to draw from The only place to go is to the group of 3A men who have no dependants and who are not con nected with farm the board plans to start reclassifying immediate ly Even with 3A men re classified j into 1A the board wfll have difficul ty in filling the call for 146 men for Deceiiiber The following registrants have been sent orders to report for army exam ination on November These men wmjiejsent for examination and if farm canvass for old iron Farmers qualified sworn in and given one are urged to cooperatemake a do male chorus and the town band under Single admission tickets for all ages the direction of Joe Wandscheer wfll be 5Qc Season tickets for the The first half of the program will three concerts to beheld Nov 11 Nov be presented by the band and wfll ini 25 and Jan 1st win be Eeserv clude presentation of Memories of i ed seats will go on sale at DeKraays Stephen Foster and several patriotic i Drug Store Saturday morning numbers The latter part of the pro The total vote for governor in SSaaat County in the general election Tuesday was 5959 votes Tjiai is smallestvote in many years lifts a few more than SO percent1 33 maay as we cast in 1940 whenVtiie vole governor was ll123and it is 2560 than in the off electionyear of ISSS when we cast 8450 votes ifor There was little interest ia the election That is txue not only Sioux County bat oi and the other states in the nation The only people who the reg ulars in both parties and this being a OUT TO GET SCRAP IRON MORE The stores of Sioux Center will close at noon today Thursday for B clean Last Friday while Mr William Van der Broek was driving the team of hor1 ses while with the corn picker the tongue came off the wagon and theihorses ran away One horse had to be killed after breaking nis leg This occurredon the Nick BUIS r in favorof the repubficaziSL To indicate how many ol even fee republicans stayed away from Use polls we tsfce the figures oi 134ft fisr IwTson and Hoeven Swanson asd compare them with the vote of Tues day 7305 4532 OS the democratic party be up drive on scrap iron About 60 menmsa farm City and 8 women on 10 or 11 trucks wHl spend the afternoon making a farmto OOITltTillllity Meeting Nov 12 John Van Essen Orange Citv V2706 B JacksonHospers Orange City Howard Masselink Lubbers Detroit Mich 35 i Dr BN Mouw received formal U3S notification last week that he had re Bert SolsmaJr Boyden 1989 ceived his commission as First Lieui Los tenant in the US Army and must TT FS leave here Nov 12th for PerrinField Harry 10345 Sherman Texas about miles north William Vander Linden Sock Valley L Sioux Center since Oct 151 1939 and has built up a fine oractice He plansno close up his officeaor the present His wife the former Edna arry galley 10644 DePree and daughter Mikell will Eaward William Eulberg Granvffle company him and remain with him if 106Jt their present plans work out On Monj Charles Alfred Hawkins Hawarden day Mr Mouw went to Sioux Citvt 10671 Golden Wedding The next community prayer meeting will be held in the First Christian Reformed Church next week Thurs day evening November 12 8 PM Rev Koeppe misionary will be the speaker where he was able to get all his cloth John EaosSloux ing requirements The family will Lloyd Wright Hawarden 10684 PFC WILLIS C KOERSELMAN Private First Class Willis Koersel nian is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry election this week As citiz ens of a Koerselmanwho live near Hull He democracy wehave failed to do our i is stationed in Ireland withthe US wartime duty Too peoplemade army having left the states fnFeb the effort to go to the poUs ruary Gary of Hull son of I Mr andMrs DByker of Hull has The number of people who voted been with Willis all the time This thesmaUest nv proportion in a picture of PFC Koerselman was taken quarter of a We elected can while he was home on furlough diaates to the national congress who havenot made a single definite stand on principle except to slyly indicate opposition Deal In broad statements they have talk j ed about the war but the truth is they are not of the caliber of Tn Steve Campagne resident here for make the trip 775 miles by car PTA Open House To Be Held Tues Nov 10 In accordance with the annual obserCyrus Herman Heemstra Sioux Center vation of National Education Week 10877 the local PTA will have as their reg Gerrlt De Bruin Rocli Valley ular November 10th meeting a 10978 i school session to which all parents Harry Ray Knight Hawarden 10984 and friends of the school are invited Edward Klay Hull 10 987 The regular classes of the public Dewy Lyle Graves Hawarden 11001 school will be held in the evening in J stead of in the afternoon to give par ents a chaace to study the methods of our Classes will begin promptly oclock MRr MRS JOHN A SCHOLTEN ROCKVALLEY OPEN HOUSE Mr and Mrs John A Scholten plan to celebrate their golden an niversary TuesdayNor10 1942 Op j en house to neighbors and friends jS00to evert HaroldKalsbeek Orange City at the WarremHotelBcek Valleyj Wed In California Miss Pearl Nellie Kuhl daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Kuhl became the bride of Lawrence Curtis Miles at a beautiful candlelight wedding on Tues day evening October the 20th The wedding took place in Ye Colonial at Long Beach Calif MT Heca Koopsma attended the bride and best man was Kobert Smith Foliowring the ceremony a reception was held in the Parish House for relatives and friends The couple wfll make their home in Tuscon Ariz where the groom is employed by the Civil Aero nautics as inspector of various airports 1 Henry Moret Top Man In Class Of 494 Theodore Hendrix Calif 10694 Arthur Heleen Opdahl Ireton 10711 Henry Albertus Meyerhoff Matlock 10804 Allen RoosOrange City 10827 Engelfaert Pennings Orange 10844 the evening in Albert Harry Hawarden 11002 on to give par weston Randall Karr Ireton Transfer the war is aboutiwho knows that the reforms of the New Deal are necessary to the development of democracy and who has put himself above carping the JRoosevelt admin V his home with his son Fred Wandscheer Bros Purchase Large Groove The Wandscheer brothers have pur chased a large groove near Sanbprn which will be sawed down and used fortheir defense project They have to back page Elmore Agena studentat Jr College from Sioux fer Inducted Men To Receive Only 7Day Furlough Now Effective November 1 all men in ducted into the US armed iorces will reecive only a sevenrday furlough instead of the usual twoweeks given to previous draftees pro gram of building up the armed strength made it necessary for the national draft board to speed up induction and get men lint o actual training as soon as possible Doris Boone Weds Grand Rapids Girl Mr and Mrs William Bcone and Harringtoa 1940 Mahoney 1315 In 1940 Sioux County cast votes for congressman to only this week We are publishing a table of CIE votes by precincts for the offices at which the voters are most interesSaS So here we wfll only list a lew bigfe lights of the election fe PaskeNew State RepresenSaUve Heading the list was the elecfibe at a Sioux Center man Anthony Tte PaskeV as state representative fee Sioux County Sjssaa Center brought out a larger votelac him than theaveragein the ax or in the state and he received 4 votes in ihe dates at the top of the ticket Hoeven Will Go To Washington The hard work put in byChas Hoeveri of Alton in his campaign family received details of their son Doris to Miss Signe Sagne1 daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Du Sague of Grand Rapids The wed ding toot place at the home of the bride Sotmfey night Ed Vander Weide a former Sioux Centerite also was best man The young counle will live near Ysflanti Mich where Bui employed in a bomber plant HENRY MORET GREAT LAKES TTTCirt pleting a six week course basic training with an average grade of 964 percent Henry Moret 25 of Sioux Center la was graduated today as next summer or fall for a visit State Representative Congressman the LEVly part of On weekvmii Putter will vrk hi Sarofi Martin Brock and Frod stra of Boon also started working their Monday ANTHONY TE PASKE Anthony Te Paske prominent Sioux Center Citizen wjJI represent Sioux County in the state legislature this winter This is his second term as representative CHASv B HOEVEN CB Hoeven of Alton won the con grcssional seat for the eight Iowa dis trict tby a margin of over 15000 The first Sioux County man to go to con gress Drives Large Army Truck Sioux County Hunters Bag Deer and Moase Dick Roetman of Orange City and Dr AJ Miller of Granville from a hunting trip to Canada in the big game country They shot two deer and two mose They report lots of snow in Canada some in Minnesota Farmer Falls From Tree Henry Kamerman took a drop of fifteen feet when he fell from a tree at his home south of town Monday evening The family was busily engag ed in catching chickens in order to coop them in for the winter and Mr Kamerman climbed a tree to catch some of them when he slipped and fell down He was unconscious for a short time and a doctor was called in but it was revealed that no bones had been broken although he was badly Center is stationed at Ord Cal bruised and will have to remain He has been in the US army for S bed for a few days months and recently received a pro s j motion to the rank ol Private First Uts against the law to shoot pheasv Class John has motorized ante with a rifle Because of shortage units and received a tfcauffeurs license of shot gun shells some may be tempt some time ago to operate the large Y R Mulder Passed Away fch at ff Wednesday w more than 15000He won front a Siboz City candidate Mahoney Who Wagafl a short first Sioux County man who ever lie came M D Van Oosterhoutt of Orange City was elected judge of the court displacingdemocrat Garbersessi Judge Rodman of Cherokee re elected Thus we again haveQuEE republican judges in this district P E De Vries Reelected PE De Vries of Sioux Centex unopposed ior supervisor in the district He had one year to go ee his current term and was ior a 3 year term assuring iim of 4 more years in office Ed Moss and Jake Hop were also reelected as scp ervisors unopposed FOR THE SHORT TERM FOB CONGRESS Harry Narey honor ofthe HosDitat Corps School at the US TTsval nospital here Moret who topped a class of 434 men has been advanced to the rating of hospital apprentice first class Orto J Reimers 1SK COUNTY OFFJCtAES MJ Van Wyk Auditor Clarence Balkema Treasurer Dewey Wiersma Clerk Harry Dykstra S96B Basic training at the Hospital Corps Milton Van Roekel Recorder frri nf Chas Vander Ploeg Coroner Jake Hop Supervisor 2nd morning Nov W42 athe 76 years He had been ffl tor seer School includes the study of anatomy and physiology hygiene and sanitation materiamedica and weights and mea sures iirst aid and bandaging nurs ing transportation of casualties and dietetics The honor man a Sioux Center bus nafe man is a son of Mr John Moret M of Boyden lahold a bachelor of arts degree from the University ol Icwa For seven PFC JOHN VANDER KEIFT PFC John Vander Kieft sou of Mr and Mrs G err it Vander Kieft of Sioux ed to Dont do it Funeral services wfll be held Thtus day Nov 5 air twelve oclock at the home and at at the First Ref Church with the Rev L A Brunsting officiating Burial will be made at the cemetery at Edaerton Minn Six sons acted as pall bearers Survivors include his wife Mrs Mulder and nne sons Dick PI d Char les both of Holland Mich Will Peter Ted and John all residins at Minn Sam of Artesia Calif Ernest of Sioux Center and Clarence of Rock Valley and one daughter Kena Mrs Wm Van Eldik of Keck Also 29 er and children and one great grand child Mr Mulder was bom in the Neth erlands and spent the last 20 years of his life in Sioux Center and Carmel The first Mrs Mulder passed awav 24 years ago In 1922 He was united in marriage to Mrs Remmerde of Carmel Mr Mulder was very active in church and community life up to the time when ill health did not per mit him to be up and around Davelaar Buys House Mr JH Davelaar purchased the Frank Vander Brink property on Mon day which is now occupied by the Jerry Dykstra family Mr Davelaar is living in Great Lakes District PE Be Vries Supervisor 3rd District Ed Moss Supervisor 5th Dist 9BS Stores Closed Nov ilth Armistice Day Sioux Center Business nouses close all day Wednesday Nov 11 to observe the Armistice oi the last Governor Of Iowa U S Senator j army trucks purchased it as an investment and Mr t HK Eggink was the agent B B HtCKENLOOPER Lt Governor Hickenlooper will Governor Wilson was elected US Senator by a wide move into the governors office in Jan bent Senator Herring uary He won over exgovernor Kra1 County vote was Wilsoa i schel in this county 4577 to 1371   

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