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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 7, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa This is the time of the year when Many of us get All steamed up about after spend ing the cold Winter months read ing countless articles on raising vegetables and and after looking longingly at coloured Magazine pictures of Lovely Gard ens and and after studying How easy it is to raise tur Pees double flowering hybrid roses in tur Pees 1955 seed weve become As fearless As Dick Tracy in Pursuit of Rug were ready to tackle about warm longer and exhilarating Early morning hours hit us in our weakest places and we become ready to condemn our selves to a summer of Weed kill ing and Lawn work that even a fess ional landscape Man would draw away and that what licks most of we bite off More than we can instead of doing a Good Job on a Small piece of we end up by making a bad showing on a big spot of naturally we be come discouraged by the fourth of july and Are about ready to give up entirely by the fourth of aug after about five months of the neigh Bors dog and our own adventurous children we see the Harvest As a Small Reward for our labors and Are almost anxious for Winter to come again and the Snow to cover up the Garden that has robbed us of so Many Carefree summer but in a few months we for get the lessons of the year and by Spring were All steamed up perhaps with a More ambitious program than we had for the Prev ious so the Cycle repeats gardening can be fun or it can be lot of work just what we make vegetable gardening can be profitable for one who is strictly in the but i cant see much profit in it if it must Rob me of All my Liesure that when the the he Corn and radishes Loose their Good its a Little hard to eat pm when youve worked so hard to raise dont gather from this that in All done in at it again this just As i was a year my Good dutch wife says were going to have a bigger Garden this and Ive lived with her Long enough to know Shes usually she loves Gar she says it gives her such a wonderful Domestic feeling to look out the Kitchen window and see me working in the peas and a Garden keeps me Home More and its a Good lesson in Thrift for our she its easier to agree and Plant an other Garden than to try to argue with every Garden i put in is a Garden a Victory for the traditional scratchy Post office pens May be a thing of the past soon if an Experiment being attempted by the Post office department proves Ball Point pens Are being Given a trial run in a number of Post offices right and if they stand up and not too Many of them arc borrowed and never it May Well be that the customary pens supplied at All Post offices and the cheap Ink in the clogged Ink Wells will become things of the it was Post office pens that made the Fountain pen such a popular writing instrument in gone if youre driving a prewar Auto Mobile and think it wont hold up much you May be but modern cars have a Long cars and trucks scrapped today average with a mileage of casual observers of the activities of the Iowa legislature might think the legislators never get to work until about the last couple of most Bills Are passed just before the end of the yet a lot of preparation and study goes on before a Bill comes up for a Well see More voting now and less Stief farm brings per acre the Harry Stief farm 4 Miles Northwest of be which was advertised to be sold at auction last went to Walter tues Day at per the 80 acre improved farm was sold by Hans volume m number 7 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper april 195s substation for Missouri Power will be built Here during summer months plans for the construction of an electric Power substation North of the Light and Power Plant in Sioux Center were announced this week by members of the town who will hold a hearing May 11 at 10 for the purpose of adopting plans and receiving bids for the the required for a living Power from the fort f to Dall dam on the Missouri River in to talk at High school by banquet South is expected to be built during the coming months with funds already on the according to a leg Al notice appearing on an inside Page of this weeks will in clude the construction of an enclosure for a in door switches and circuit and mile of Volt transmission while the Cost of this project will not be known until the con tracts Are it has been Estima Ted that it May be slightly in excess of Power will come from the nip co lines just South of the Soo stockmen take 4h championship 4th year in Row the Sioux stockmen 4h boys club won the 4h basketball championship for the fourth consecutive year when they Defeated the Western go getters 74 to at Boyden Friday Consolation Winner of tournament was the Capel the propellers they Defeated the Welcome 63 to other games and scores were As follows started on the first round March Whenn the Grant Sheridan live growers Defeated the heading rough 54 to and the Welcome workers Defeated the Center 34 to after which the Capel propellors Defeated the Holland windmills in a very close game of 42 to then in the second round on wednesday evening the Western go getters started it off by defeating the Plato 37 to in another Good followed by Sioux stockmen defeating the Grant Sheridan livestock 86 to and Welcome workers Defeated the Washington eager 36 to starting the semifinals on thursday Sioux Stock men Defeated the Capel pro 93 to and in the Bill Stranigan of Iowa state col lege will be the principal speaker at the annual basketball banquet that will be held in the High school gym april begin Ning at tickets for the dinner Are being sold by Pep club members and Are also available at the superintendents the basketball ban Quet is an annual event at which the High school athletes Are Hon the Public is Welcome to at Perdock to speak at farm Bureau family get together Kees dutch farm worker and trainee on the Arie Schimmel farm near Sioux will be the main speaker Friday april when a farm Bureau Getto Gether is held at the Center township school other entertainment will in clude a Yankee dutch Reading by a 20 minute film on last years Tulip festival at Orange and several comedy films for the the affair is intended for the entire whether farm Bureau members or it will begin at 8 the farm women of Center township lunch at the close will serve of the pro Hoeven scheduled for to appearances congressman Charles Hoeven will appear on two television pro Grams that will be received locally easter he will appear with Congress men Lovre of South Dakota and Harrison of Nebraska at on a Vav at Sioux the three members of Congress will talk on other Western go getters j our agricultural Baptist Church Interior this will be the Central meet ing place for a Large delegation of Baptist ministers and Lay members next when the 20th annual Fellowship of the Iowa Nebraska association of regular Baptist churches is held in Sioux the new Church completed a Little More than a year will be the Center of the important three Day by Bortner Baptist Church to Host Large group at annual Fellowship Here next week a daily attendance of Between 100 and 150 ministers and Lay people is expected next week for the annual Iowa Nebraska fellow ship that will be held at the first Baptist Church in Sioux the Fellowship will be from tuesday through thursday eve pastor of Host said yesterday that he has reservations for More than 50 who will be staying Over night and that Many others will drive Back and especially those living in this part of most churches belonging to the association will be sending their ministers and a but Many other Lay people will also be present at these the theme this year is the gospel of Grace at work in the life of the believer some of the speakers will by Carl Elgena of pcs Bob Forest and Henry Ketcham of water present thursday morning for the missionary hour will be de Neui of registration will begin at on april the first exposition on galatians will be at and will be brought by Arthur Wool the entire Book of galatians will be covered in an expository Way during the three Mulder said Many of those attending the three Day event will be staying in motels and hotels in this area and that they will do Pend on local eating establish ments for their noon and evening others will stay in private Homes and will get their break fasts at these Defeated the Welcome 62 to to meet the Sioux stockmen in the county woman club convention at Maurice tuesday the 27th annual convention of the Federated woman clubs of Sioux county will be held at the first reformed Church in Maurice april new horizons will be the convention the Maurice club women will serve As Harry Muilenburg is the convention chairman and Herman Stallbaum will be the poetry and Art the morning session will Start at 9 with afternoon session is scheduled to begin at 1 county officers Are Gale chairman her Man Vic chairman Kenyon convention Secretary and Henry a an new Foreman Orange City Marvin has been hired to replace Ernest Mulder As Foreman at the cooperative society lumber Mulder resigned about three weeks later in the at Hoeven and Bernard bras chaplain of the House of will bring an easter message to local this program will come from Sioux 35 male voices to give Hull in Observance of easter Sun the male chorus of the first reformed Church of Hull will present a sacred program at the Church evening consists at of about musical sunday the chorus 35 the Public is cordially a will offering will be Arnie ver Hoef praised by coach for outstanding College basketball career few Sioux Center basketball if have made a better College Cage record than a Young Man who has rounded out four years on the Central College squad at Arnie ver Hoef has broken practically every basketball scoring record at Central and has been chosen for the All Iowa conference first team in both his Junior and senior centrals head basketball Marinus thinks so much of ver Hoef that Hes actually Wor ried about next year when Arnie is needless to coach Kregel wrote to the news this arnies contributions to Central have been of the High est he has always shown him to be ready for the most severe i is a great compliment to the Type of athletic program that is carried on in Sioux As his i can say nothing but the Best for him Arnie has the distinction of be ing one of the very few College men who has played in and started every game of his College at the end of four years on the i out in the Fields again Sioux aunty wanted Little time getting out in the last week m the Spring planting Niton got among the Early Wero Melvin and who stand betide the endgame seeder on the Wagon in the photo on the they wort caught hustling in the on 45 acre Field Friday afternoon on the John Davelaar firm of Sioux in the photo the Mouw it keeping the Hopper on feeder full while Kavelaar pilots the by the news ver Hoef holds the follow ing record g Fig it of tips 5152 5253 5354 5455 17 21 19 22 38 87 126 123 43 103 134 112 62 70 57 73 119 277 386 358 totals 79 374 392 262 1140 most Points in a single season 386 highest season average per game most free throws in a season 134 most Field goals in a season 126 highest number of Points in a single game 35 highest number of free throws in a single game Arnie and his Roommate Vic Manussier Are tied for this during arnies four years he has been instrumental in the Success of the flying dutchmen of during that time Central has had three winning seasons and has placed second in the Iowa Confer ence in his Sophomore and senior during the four Cen trial has won 46 games and lost 33 against the toughest Competition in the Middle final Story hour held saturday the last Public Library Story hour for the season was held last saturday there will be no childrens Story hour during the Spring and summer Sunrise service planned at Central Church sunday Leroy Nattress of or Ange City will be the speaker at the annual Sunrise service easter morning at the Central reformed the service will Start at 7 arranged by the Christian Endeavor societies in Sioux the program will Fea Ture appropriate easter morn ing music and will be for the Community Are especially org Young people of the de to be three fined on traffic charges a Fine of and costs was paid by Alfred Frinken Carmel tuesday when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken to answer a charge of having an Over Width truck on the Road several weeks he was summoned by patrolman Haze 19 and also a of for failing to Appeal Elmer Kooi of Ireton was picked up by patrolman Dunn March 30 for passing the patrol Man on a yellow he appeared the same Clay and paid a Fine of plus Arlyn Dwayne Mulder of Sioux Center was picked up by Jake Duistermars for excessive noise and speeding april he appeared the same Day and paid for an improper Muffler and for speeding in a 25 plus High school music students place High in state contest Christian school to hold health clinic april 14 local doctors will Tonko charge of n preschool health clinic that will be held for children who will enter the Christian school kindergarten next the clinic will be held at the school beginning at 1 april children who will to five years of age by Are eligible to o through the preaster services continuing Here Leo former radio minister and travelling is continuing his series of nightly or censer services at the first Baptist Church in Sioux meetings begin at and the Public is St Agron will show an african missionary and Hunting film following the service to Morrow Orville Kuiken will head cancer drive in Sioux Center Orville Kuiken was named this week to head the 1955 cancer Cru Sade in Sioux his appoint ment was announced by Edge Vel county fund raising chair in naming Teveltrup said he was Happy to find a Man of his ability to Captain the drive in and said he was certain that Kuiken would do a commend Able Job As head of the drive this the cancer crusade takes place during the month of april and Sioux centers quota will be about Complete plans for the local fund raising drive will be announced when they have been for Teveltrup soloists and Small groups win 11 i ratings and 13 ii awards at Odebolt events Sioux Center High school music students returned from the state Small groups contests at Odebolt saturday with 11 division i rat Ings and 13 division ii also placing were 10 entries that scr Cei Ved division Iii the contests were for vocal so los and Small groups and instrumental solos and Small class c schools wore entered in these individuals and groups winning quartet to offer music at Central special music it the sunday evening easter service it the Central reformed Church will be furnished by a male quartet consisting of Irvin and William mov and Clarence ver the Sermon will be easter the service begin it will Brower called 2nd time members of the first Reform eel Church tuesday night to extend a second Call to Harry Brower of Tho decision was made at the congregational business Brower declined the first Call a few weeks ago but some members of the Church feel May accept a second he first Christian Church cantata the choral society of the first Christian reformed Church will present the easter the crucifixion by John sunday april at the group is under the direction of miss Henrietta ten the Public is cordially invited to girl Grade in area to get Cedar chests girls schools graduating from in this area will to Given miniature Cedar High again chests by Vanclera Ploos furniture this the Little made by Wilt be Given to each girl who will receive a High school Vander pieces have been presenting these popular Little chests to hundreds of graduates for Many Maurice students to give concert tonight the Maurice High school music department present thirty six of its instrumentalists and vocalists in n con Cert of Small groups and solos it this april at the Maurice school Audi there will to 32 groups and seven brass seven woodwind eight vocal four vocal soloists and six instrumental soloists will the Public is invited to this program which consists entirely of music prepared for the state music contest for class d schools to be held at correction Villa on april 15 and honors arc listed below is follows vocal division i girls girls girls boys double High Volckm Nrec bar medium voice Dunne Vonde Norma Schuitman and Virginia division ii Doul be mixed High voice Winona Shirley Schut and Gary medium voice Dave Mulder Ami Dorothy Low voice Ruth do Zeeuw and Jim inn do division Iii Low voice Clma Eldora Van Der Berg and Paul Vando medium voice Paul Den Herder and Henry instrumental division i Superior Erma clarinet Erin division ii excellent trombone b Flat Clar inet Robert Boeyink Cornot Donald Schalekamp trombone hence Rene Lam mar clarinet division Iii Good tuba Solo Henry drum French Horn brass and trumpet Junr Corn support rates Only slightly lower than last years the Price support rate for Corn produced in 1955 in the Commer Cial which include All Iowa been fixed at 87 per cent of parity for n National aver age of per it was re ported this week by John Draa chairman of the Sioux county ask he emphasized that the 1055 average of is Only four cents under the 90percentofparity average of which was in effect on the county county support rates on the 1955 crop in Iowa have not been announced but they will probably Range from to a As compared with the 1954 of to in announcing the 1955 support chairman Dray or pointed out that Only Farmers who comply with their Corn acreage allot Mouth will be eligible Price support on Corn they raise this he also said that ask officials have predicted that the of Iowa Farmers complying with their 1955 Corn acreage allotments May be higher than in this he was based mainly on the comparatively High support rate fixed for 1955 and on the fact that the support rate for eligible 1954 Corn has been consistently higher than local Market prices for last years in other Farmers who com plied with their allotments in 19 54 could get More for their Corn in the form of Price support than could noncomplying Farmers who sold their Corn on the new a instructor takes Hawkins place at school Max a March Grad uate at Iowa state College in has arrived in Sioux Center to assume the duties As instructor in the veterans on thu farm training program cur ried on by the Sioux Center High he such cd Morris who resigned to accept a position in a be Mars who is married and has a 0 month old Daugh has moved into the Van Dongu Homo of third Avenue he has a class of world War ii veterans that will Complete their training this Ahl Strom received Smith Hughes training As an agriculture instructor at amps and is himself a world War ii to hold bake Sale the helping hand society of the Carmel reformed Church will hold a bake Sale at Johns Market sat urday april 7c

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