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   Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 28, 1946, Sioux Center, Iowa                                PAGE POUR THE SIOUX CENTER NEWS THURSDAY MARCH 281946 Local News FLASK JUST ARRIVED Shipment of Mens 17 Jewel water proof Marvel Watches Stop in today and Mrs John G EJen Herder were Sioux City callers this week Monday Mr Den Herder had a check up at Dr Donhuoes office He will atill be required to wear the brace 5 more weeks till another checkup as ius neck injuries have not healed ac to xroy Mrs A Gotz entertained guests at a party in honor ol her husbands 71st i birthday anniversary Guests includ ed Mr and Mrs Genit Den Herder Mrs A TePaske Andrew Vander Stoep and Sade Vander Stoep Mrand Mrs George Siemen Mr and Mrs Allan Muilcnberg John Gotz tele phoned from Glendale Calif to con gratulate his father on his birthday Mr and Mrs A Gotz visited at the Fred Gotz home in Ft Dodge last Fri day Andy George spent a few days here the past week at the George Siemen home Gerrit Bleoker returned Monday morning from Grand Rapids where he has been visiting for a week Mrs HJ Hamaker Mrs Alyda Vermeer Mrs Agnes Te Paste Mrs Wm Bransen Mrs Dick Groen motor ed o Sibley on Wednesday where they attended the all day spring session of the Womens conference Mrs Cornie De Vos and her mother Starter Grower 26 Supplement 32 Concentrate Laying Mash Pellets Alfalfa Meal Cattle Fattener Pellets Wheat Bran SemiSolid Chick Emulsion Peat Moss Charcoal grit Oyster Shells Nocorn Chick Scratch Growing Scratch Some of these feeds in print bags WE DELIVER FIVE BAGS OR MORE Ireton Produce BERT JOHNSON Phone 10 Monument It is only a short time about 60 days until Memorial Day Anyone interested in de livery of a monument before then should make arrangements now VANDER PLOEGS PALACE THEATRE Alton Iowa Friday Saturday March 2 and 30 RENE CLAIRS And Then There Were None RT2GERALD WALTER HUSTON AND LOUIS Sun Mon and Tues March 31 April 1 2 IN TECHNICOLORTHE MIGHTIEST OF ALL SEA PICTURES The Spanish Main PAUL HENREID MAUREEN OHARA WALTER SELEZAK Mat every Sunday at Wednesday Thursday April 34 Swinging on A Rainbow With JANE FRAZEE A MUSICAL COMEDY TULIP THEATRE OrangeCity Iowa Thurs Pri and Sat March 282930 That scream team is here again in their newest and screwiest Bud Abbott Lou Costello in Hollywood ORPHEUM THEATRE Rock Valley la Thurs Fri and Sat March 2829 30 Theyd risk the world on the turn of a card Fiame of Barbarry Coast WttJ JOHN WAYNE ANNDVORAK ALSO CARTOON Sunday and Monday Mar 31 April 1 DEANNA ON AMAN HUNT y Lady on a Train j With RALPH BELLANNY AND DEANNA DURBIN ALSO CARTOON AND NEWS Son Mat Tuesday Apr 2 3 With JUDY CANOVA ROSS HUNTER ALSO Bewitched j With PHYLLIS THAXTER AND EDMUND GWENN Mrs Wm Vander Weide ST drove to Sheldon on Monday afternoon where the latter received medical attention FOR A BETTER BUY BUY THORO good Shoes Louies Leather Shop Mr and Mrs Henry Kosters azid ivir and Mrs Tony Keyncn were Sioux City callers on Monday Mr and Mrs HJ Zeutenhorst who have been ailing for the past several weeks are somewhat improved this week Mr Zeutenhorst is up and a round again but Mrs isstill down in bed most the time and has been a bit of trouble with her eyes the past Week The children are still caring for them air and Mrs Amos Vander Wilt and family and their mother Mrs HP j Muilenburg spent Sunday evening at the Herman Vander Wilt home 1 Mr and Mrs Albert Timmer and Mrs Wm L Vander Berg went to Orange City on business on Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Wm Dykshoorn drove to Rock Valley on Wednesday after noon where they visited at the Iick Van Maanen home They were sup per and overnight guests at the home of their daughter Mrs Marion Dyks hoorn and daughter Mr Bykshoorn recently leit for Lake Park and Mrs and the little daughter are still mak mg their home at Rock Valley until living quarters can be found for them at Lake Park Mrs Earl Van Gorp entertained a group of ladies at her home on Tues day and Wednesday afternoon at a City last Friday evening where they attended the state basketball tourna ment They returned home late Satur day evening Mr Martin Punt and daughters Cora and Irene and Mrs John Kruizenga spent Monday shopping at Sioux City Mr and Mrs Jake Weilenga return ed last week end from Bellflower Calif where they have been making their home for some time and spent the weekend at the home of her paiv ents Mr and Mrs Tony Rozeboom On Monday morning they left to make their home at Doon where Mr Weil enga has purchased a service station Mrs John Kruizenga and son Mel vin drove to Rock Valley on Thursday where they spent the day at the home of Mr and MrsJohn Kosters to help Mrs Kosters celebrate her birthday anniversary Mr and Mrs Neal Van Muyden Mrs John Bonnema and Mrs Peter Van Muyden were Sioux Falls busi ness callers on Tuesday Mis Peter Van Muyden will enter tain relatives at their home Thursday evening in honor of the 4th birthday of their daughter Janice Guests at the party will include Mr and Mrs Neal Van Muyden and family Mr and Mrs Marvin Van Muyden Mr and Mrs Glen Brinkhuis and airs Lester Van Muyden This is the first birthday Janice will celebrate with her Daddy at home Lester Van Muyden left the early part oJ this week for Des Moines where he will receive a checkup at the Veterans hospital Mrs Joe re Goei returned home quilting party GJ lett again on mre Jue ue uoei returned home trmormnf 4o retum to his from the Hull hospital on Monday af home at CoopersvjUe Mich afterspend i ternoon where she had been a medical mg a three day visit with relatives patient for several days and friends here He came to attend air and Mrs Alfred Lubbers drove a board meeting of Northwestern Junto SheWon on Mordav where thev ior college which was held at Orange j spent the afternoon visionat the Al Vefestl2y On TuesdayevibertBowe and Case Wolthuizen homes emng a family gathering was held in Mrs Arthur Schuiteman left on the home of his father Thursday to be with her husband who rtf IS Tn Present oom with all of the to return to his work at querque New Mexico after spending ST 70 spending une cnuoren of Mr and Mrs Gys some time here in connection with the Kuyper are under doctors care while death and bunal of his father Mr John Kempers Mr and Mrs Wm L Vander Berg were Monday evening guests at the DD Hoelofs home Mr and Mrs Maitin Dyfcshoorn and daughters Joyce and Lois were guests at the Wm Brantsen home on Friday evening Mrs Amos Vander Wilt took her mother Mrs HP Muilenburg to Or ange City on Wednesday afternoon where the latter attended a meeting of Ladies Aid Circle of her church Dr and Mrs Edward Heneveld and daughter Barbara Ann left again on Friday to return to their home at Mus kegon Mich after spending some THOROGOOD SHOES FIT BETTER LOUIES LEATHER SHOP time here in connection with the crit ical illness and the passing away of their father Mr John Kempers All ot the Gerritson relatives drove to Rock Valley on Monday evening where a family gathering was held at the homeof Mr and MrsAlbert Gerritson in honor oi the latters 69th birthday anniversary Mr and Mrs John Kosters and fam ily of Rock Valley spent Sundav at the parental John Kruizenga home Mrs Oliver Breen entertained sev eral ladies at a quilting party at her home on Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Albert Timmer enter tained relatives at their home on Wed nesday evening in honor of the eighth birthday anniversary of their daugh ter Ztelores Ann At the party wero Mr and Mrs Wm L Vander Berg Mr and Mrs Bernard Mouw and children Mr and Mrs Tony Rozeboom and chil dren and Mr and Mrs Jake Wielenga pf Doon The evening was spent soc ially and a delicious two course lunch was served Sunday evening guests at the Hear man Addink home included Mr and Mrs Cornie Harmelink and family of Maurice Mr and Mrs John Lammers and family of Alton and the Herman Oort family of Orange City Mr Hans Fabcr and son Chester is in the hospital at Battle Creek Mich She had spent a two weeks visit at the parental Wm A Schuiternan home The children of Mr and Mrs Gys ill due to trench mouth William cBleeken arrived on the west coast on Wednesday morning af ter a year of service in the South Pacific His family expect him to ar rive here the latter part of the week to spend a 30 dayfurlough Mr and Mrs Albert Van Engen of Boon were guests ol Mr and Mrs Sam Holtrop on Friday evening The children of Mr and Mrs Lane are sick with the chicken pox Mr and Mrs NickVander Ploeg and children Ted and Theressa spent Wed nesday shopping in Sioux City Mr and Mrs Neal Schoep and fam ily of Hospers and Mr and Mrs Wil liam Beerninfc and children spent Tuesday evening at the Alfred Lub bers home where a party was held in honor of the 22nd wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Schoep and the birth day anniversary ofMrs Lubbers Anna Mae daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Jansma returned home on Tues day afternoon after astay at the Hud hospital following an appendectomy Operation Mr and Mrs Fred Van Engen of DOOH wore entertained at dinner at the Sam Holtrop home on Sunday eve Mrs Albett Tifrmer drove to Dotm oil Monday she the dry existing hei sister Mrs Jake WielcngD wiih the house cleaning The Wielen gas have just returned home from Bellflower Calif and are now living in Doon where they have purchased a service station College Enrollment Surpasses All Pre vious Records Holland at Hope College here an undergraduate in stitution of the Reformed Church in America has now surpassed all pre vious records With the return of many GITs the figures at Hope are IYLT nans jaucr ana son unester approaching the GOO mark Those at Melvin De Stigter Andrew Ten HarCentral College at Pella Iowa also an rnsel Mr R Slaughter and Mr Tim pndergraduate institution of the Bef Roetman both of Hull drove to Iowa Church in America are reaching 300 New Spring Hats Malrov Hats Light Weight for Spring and Summer SmilockTies fc New and colorful to add some zip tb your suit Yes sir we have some blanket lined YouB need one for warmth b chU spring wsds V Uniform Piite S Store Harold Boeyink Prop Comet PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Hugo Beyer Pastor school services Sermon text John Jesus Feeding The Thousand Midweek Lenten sere ices Wednes day evening at The Luther League will meet Sun day evening at League topic Leader Karl Tank Confirmation instruction Saturday forenoon 0 Sioux 4H News Approximately one hundred club members and leaders attended the Annual Spring County 4H party which was held at the Sioux Center high school gymnasium on Wednesday night March 20 County officers planned and took charge of the party Edna Scholten began tha party teaching the group to sing some of the new songs Eloise Miller explained and directed the sing ing games while the other officers demonstrated them within the groups While ice cream bars were enjoyed for lunch Evelyn Dierks lead a true arid false courtesy quiz Earl Bonnema acted as Emcee Master of Ceremon ies for Truth or Consequences Oven Products awards for 4H girls Were given out at the conclusion and Earl De Jong was awarded a De fense Bond from General Motor Co for their Farm Safety Contest soonsor ed last fall second 4H Leaders Training School in Home Efficiency will be held at Fannie Schuts home in Sioux Cen ter on Tuesday April 2nd The meet ing will begin promptly at ten ajn and close at 4 pm Miss Catherine Humphrey will be here to conduct the school which will be emphasizing Planning as a Part ol Personal All leaders assistant leaders com mittee members and an older girl from each clui should plan to attend 0 of which her son Dr Leonard Vander Hamm was a member of the dental seniors Dr Vander Hamm was one of the three who was awarded the Omi cron Kappa Upsilon honor dental frat ernity in a class of 24 graduates Ser vices were held Saturday afternoon at theMemorial Union in Iowa City She also visited her daughter Miss Una Vander Hamm ai Iowa City Dr Vander Hamm will be employed at the University hospital a year Funeral services were held for Mrs Mike Lang Tuesday afternoon at the Mauer funeral home in LeMars st and from St Johns Amercan Lutheran Church with Sev LL Belk in charge at 2 oclock Mrs Lang was killed Friday in a highway accident born at Ireton June 16 188G a daughter of Mr and Mrs August Dannebring Survivors were her husband and two brothers Augusr of Chester SD and John of Long Beech Calif three sisters Mrs Carl Braaks of Ireton Mrs HF Stief and Mrs Art Dobbert of LeMars Burial was in LeMars city cemetery Surprise Local Couple On 30th Anniversary Mr and Mrs JW Hosiers were plea santly surprised Friday evening March 22 at their home on their 30th wedding anniversary by their relatives The following were in attendance Mr and Mrs Gerrit J Kosters Mr and Mrs John Hamstra Mrs J Hiemersma Mr George Riemersraa Mr Orin Fran ce Mr and Mrs EJ Kosters Miss Cornelia Vanden Maten from Sheldon Mr and Mrs JJ Riemersma and daughters from HospcrsMr and Mrs Leonard Vander Esch and children Lrom Hawarden Mr and Mrs Henry Kosters and son Larry air and Mrs Francis Kosters A short program with GJ Kosters master of ceremonies was given The selfinvited guests brought well filled baskets and a twocourse lunch was served Mr and Mrs JW Kosters have re sided on a farm 4 miles west of Sioux Center for the past 30 years They have five children Henry John Sara Fran cis and Eileen Two sons Henry and Francis are married and live on farms south and southwest respectively Mr JW Kosters is slowly recuper ating from his serious illness 0 WielengaNieland A beautiful wedding took place last Friday afternoon at the home of Mr and airs Peter Wielenga when their daughter Henrietta became the bride of Donald NeHand of Castle wood SJ3 Miss Lyda Wielenga sister of the bride played the wedding march while the couple took their places be neath an arch decorated in blue and gold the chosen colors of the bride The double ring ceremony was per formed by Rev Hefcman in the pre sence of thirty guests Immediately following the ceremony Mary Ann Wielenga sister the bride sang A Wedding The bride was attired in a gold suit with black accessories The groom wore a teal blue business suit After a short program was given a two course luncheon was served by two waitresses Bernine Vant Hul and Lyda Wielenga The groom served in the US Army for the past years The young couple will make their home in Castle wood SD where he is employed in a summer resort on Lake Poinsett CARD OF THANKS We take this means of thanking all he neighbors and friends and rela tives lor their kind assistance at the time of Jour auction sale We deeply appreciate the friendly lift so willing ly extended by all of you Peter Niessink 4c and family Legal Notice NOTICE IN PROBATE No 5443 To All Whom It May Concern You and each of you are hereby notified to appear at the Court House in Orange City Sioux County Iowa on the22nd Jay of April AD IMS at iftOO oclock ATM to attend ttie laie of Coupty tOvS At waich and pface jspu willappearand show aiyr why saij Will should not fies mined to probate In testimony wRereojt I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal pf the District Court this 22ac5 dayoi March AD DT Clerk of the iDwtrict Court Genit Dobrnwaard Atty 0 Ireton Hews HouKon ComtiMMHtimt Mrs Enana Vander Hamm returned Monday evening from Iowa City where she attended the graduation exercises The Cop Says HERE IS SOMETHING SPECJAL OF THE COP 1 I want to thank the giver of all good for the special privilege that f have received to arise in such a short time from a sickboci that at first look ed like a long siege I want to thank all for the many inQuiries the many the letters flowers I have received while on my sickbed Cards of which the words I hope will be blessed to my heart Letters from little children in school like Mr To Veltrup wo hope io see you soon on the street or Mr Te Veltrup we soon hope to hear you ring the whistle again From another class I received A week of cheer to one in doors signed by six teen little boys and one big girl When some of the names were read off to me the faces all came before me in my mind With these blessings no wonder my recovery was so rapid One visitor came into my room with words I had to come and see I missed your words in the 1 am thankful lor the visit of one minister I am also thankful for the attempted visit of another who tried to work the bell at the front door but could not make it work We cant either Reverend se we have taicen the intention for the deed I aJso was so thankful for the let ter and a beautiful plant full of flow ers from one friend I also was so glad with one letter with a card I received this morning One that should teach mepatience for it was one of a young lady who herself has been in bed for months I am thankful for this beautiful weather But there is one drawback in this Herb can fell you what it is We study nature dont we Herh I am also glad that the news gath erers did not visit my sickbed lor I am sure my hair wasnt always comb ed But 1 am also very thankfuland there is a lesson in it for others that I am able to sign this thanksgiving myself and not the one that remain So give your sympathy letters cards and flowers when the receiver himself can thank you personally and not wait till after he has gone COP WHAT DID DOCTOR Foa YOUR WIFES NERVOUS CONDITION INSURANCE AGENCY NEW LUGGAGE Going somewhere See our newly arrived assortment of luggage Overnite Bags striped and plain colors Ceiling price included WEEKEND BAGS brown and striped included striped tan striped and all brown Metal strip and corner bound Airplane tax included LOUIES LEATHER STORE LOUIS BOEYINK Prop Phone 148 Sioux Center Iowa Does This Look Familiar Could Be YOUR Car CoBldntlt It lakes considerable care and good mechanics to keep these oldtimers on the road another season Spring Changeover Season Is Here HYVIS OILS AND GREASES WTTT Let us do the job right for v wont be a hop ahead of the robin they ve heen hanging around W   

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