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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Ever since the Days when Balky hand clippers froze tight in Barb ers hands and pulled hairs from the Back of my neck i have Dis liked getting i dont like the feel of a fresh i dont like the smell of a fresh and to be i dont like the Price of a fresh with a head of hair like the Barber gets All the Breaks and i end up paying him about 50 cents More than he if he had to work Over the top of my head like he does when these High school kids climb into the chair it would be As it he Only has to spin the chair a Little to get the reflection out of his eyes and he can finish the Job in about 10 min that Why i think in Over paying any Barber that cuts my now there is another reason Why i dont like getting a recently Ive become increasingly aware of the Silver strands that fall with the dark As the clippings collect on the cloth that the Barb or throws Over these Little dabs of hair seem to Roll Down in front of me with the White hairs catching my in not a Young Ster i but in a Long Way from being a grand Fath its when i climb into a Barber chair that i begin to feel a Little its the sight of those Silver they bother the other Day i walked out of the Barber shop with another mans Barbers must become More a Ware of our aging processes than anyone when were they notice that our hair gets Courser As we after we reach adulthood they notice our hairlines crawling Back and Bare spots appearing at the Back of our then there follows the grading of the temples and finally the Beard and hair turn to and the Cycle is undoubtedly Barbers also notice How our necks then wrinkle before finally becoming thin you cant hide the years from a Hes too Good a Reader of the i want at All surprised to read about the new aeronautical invention announced in the papers Mon Day the flying our inventive Printer Here in the news Arend described a similar contraption More than three years his idea also involved the use of two fans rotating in opposite direct the chief difference Between Voorderman and How was that Hillers finally speaking of a new germ sized Nylon hosiery Lias been developed and tested in hos intended for these stockings Are resistant to attack by fungi and will not support the growth of bacteria even after 24 i certainly Haven heard much comment against the proposed plan to build a new pipeline for Sioux centers As one Man put it the other we can get along without a lot of things but water int one of water is the most important Utility the town wed better vote for the Bond that special election will be held next week i wish i had a record of the weather for every easter sunday in the last 20 i doubt that any easter in those 20 years held better weather from sunup to Sundown than we enjoyed Here in Sioux county last it was it was it was almost you order better weather if it was delivered just the Way you wanted this is a Good time to remind motorists that Sioux Center has a mighty Fine new generation on roller bikes and lets protect these kids by driving you never know when one might Dart out in front of your you might Pride yourself in having a car that will Stop on a but dont depend too much on those your car travels quite a distance after youve applied at slow machine shed partly destroyed by fire an unused machine shed on the Ralph Lammers farm 2vfc Miles Southwest of Sioux Center was partly destroyed by fire saturday afternoon when flames spread from a trash fire and set the building the Sioux Center firemen were called and they kept the flames from spreading to other buildings on the the fire started at about 2 and was extinguished by the dries Franken is hired by brother dries world War ii Veteran and a brother of Everett has become associated with Franken electric As a Everett said this week that his brother will do House and commercial wiring As Well As making appliance volume 64 number i Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper april 1955 arts will begin Bowling Alley building soon win seek additional donations members of the Sioux Center veterans of foreign wars Post voted monday night to go ahead with the Bowling Alley building project that has been planned for More than six the vets have plans for 40 by 130 foot Concrete Block building that will be constructed of a lot on third Street Northwest across from the Farmers Coop lumber the building will be Large enough to House six alleys and a lunch according to plans drawn up for the members of the organization explained tuesday that while they do not have enough Money to finance the entire project and that Many More donations will be they feel that they must move ahead with the building now if they want to have a Bowling Al Ley ready by next they feel they have enough Money on hand now to get the project the veterans of foreign wars will operate the recreation Center but it is intended for Public Money earned from the venture is expected to help pay off indebtedness that is incur red before the Bowling Alley is members of the building com Mittee Are Orville Bert Sam Bert Reg Gerald de Lawrence Bleeker and Harold Hawarden Man is wounded sunday by Rifle discharge a Hawarden Ned was hospitalized sunday after being accidentally shot while removing a loaded Rifle from his car at about 6 the Bullet passed through his Abdomen but missed his vital or according to sheriff Harry who investigated the Lee and Wallace also of said they had stopped their car on Highway 10 a Short distance from Ireton and were getting out to shoot at a the a Caliper discharged As Lee was removing it from the Tay Lor was not sheriff Dykstra said tuesday that Lee is getting along Well in the Hospital and will prob ably face a game Law violation charge after he is since it is unlawful to carry a loaded gun in a conservation officer Gene Newell also investigated the Loyd Vermeer wins first place award Loyd District representative of the Lincoln nation Al life insurance won first place in a three state con test for the month of he was awarded a leather travel clock by his company for having written the most number of policies during the period of the this achievement by Vermeer is particularly outstanding in View of the Short time he has been associated with our according to Paul general treasure Hunt is Deruyter a treasure Hunt that will involve Matching numbers was announced today by de Ruyter hardware numbers will be posted around the store and customers who have received a mailing piece through the mail will be asked to match theirs with those details of the plan will be found on an and on an inside Page of this weeks in Oklahoma Harsma of Sioux Center has a prominent role in the Broadway smash that will be staged at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion april 21 and miss who is shown in a scene from the Rogers and Hammerstein the part of ado Dick Upp be of Aberdeen is the other player from the cast of nearly 100 Stu Dent who will have part in the Dakotan wanted Combine ready for Small Grain Harvest penniless and far from his South Dakota farm a 33 year old Man was found walk ing in bedroom slippers across a slowed Field at the de Vermeer farm a mile West of Sioux Center wednesday mor his Only seemed plausible enough to that he had run out of Gas while on a trip to Chi Cago for parts for a Combine at he told officer Jake who picked him that relatives were Busy planting the Small Grain crop on the farm where he lived near and he decided to get up during the night and drive to Chicago for Allis Chalmers Combine parts to make sure that the machine would be ready for the Harv he had taken his uncles 1953 Chevrolet and had run out of Gas near the Vermeer when he was found in the Field he was carrying an old Antifreeze can partly filled with which he gulped occasionally to quench his Duistermars said the Man was not drunk but didst appear to be completely balanced the Man gave his name As Sylvester John Pac he told the Sioux Center policeman that he had driven All Duistermars turned him Over to sheriff Harry Dykstra who planned to Contact the mans relatives in South a Jacob Prins to speak at brother rally Here april 22 the Spring rally of North West reformed Church brother Hood will be held at the first reformed Church in Sioux Cen Ter april at Jacob Prins from minister and Well known Leader in the reformed Church will be the he is an interesting and dynamic speaker who is constantly in the rally is open to All men who wish to Maurice the Vic president of the brotherhood said they need not be members of the Tepaske expressed the feel ing of Good Fortune that Prins was available to speak at the elected Rozeboom chairman of Sioux polio chapter de Rozeboom of Sioux Center has been elected to succeed Brown of Hawarden As chairman of the Sioux county chapter of the National foundation for infantile in announcing the election of new Brown also presented his final report on the 19 55 polio fund showing total collections of for All of Sioux expenses were listed at the quota was about other newly elected officers Are Clarence Kuiken of vice chairman Gerald Bosch of Sioux and Juffer of twelve towns and townships exceeded their quota in the january March of these and the amounts they contributed Are Sioux Grant Sherm West quotas were based on nearly per other funds raised were Orange Gran Rock Buncombe East or hol log Sheri Wash Teveltrup names township chairmen for cancer crusade township chairmen who will direct the cancer crusade in their respective communities this month were announced this week by Edge county drive chair they Are As follows Buncombe and John Mccarthy Henry Wissink Lane Bruinsma Eagle Harlan Bradley East Joe Schlichte Arie Bomgaars Floyd Henry Korv Albert Miller Blankers Otto Rowe Horst Lawrence Dunnick Clarence Kuiken Paul von arb Sand Bulte Paul Vander Hamm Ted John Ter wee Sheri Wendell Rensink Sherm Peter Kelci Wolterink Sioux Henry Hoefakker James Mcnalley Al de Vries and West Volunteer chairmen at chats Worth and Matlock Are Specht and Bertha Mammen the cancer crusade is the an Nual funds drive conducted for the american cancer society in Sioux plan kindergarten Roundup april 21 the kindergarten Roundup for the Sioux Center Public school will be held next april at one Oclock at the primary All children who will be five years old before 1 and who plan to attend the Public school Are invited to be there with their me Gilvray and Oelrich will be present to give new a instructor Max began his duties april 1 As instructor of the world War ii veterans class at Sioux Cen taking the place of Norris who resigned to accept a position in a be Mars Ahl Strom received his Bachelor of science degree from Iowa state College in March and is himself a Veteran of world War Sioux count ians have warm easter Sioux county women had a Chance to Wear their new Spring outfits easter one of the finest easters in years As far As the weather was con temperatures Rose close to the 80 degree Mark in the afternoon and there was hardly a Breeze to ruffle easter Bon temperatures All through the past week have been As a matter of and skies have been generally there were a few drops of rain tues but not enough to measure and Field work was not inter the Mercury has been above the freezing Mark practically All week and the highs have ranged from about 50 to close to Sioux count ians have Bond reserves of Over chairman Tye says individual citizens of Iowa currently own series e and h savings Bonds Worth More than one billion1 according to King Palm state sales director of the savings Bonds Charles Tye of Orange Sioux county chairman of the savings Bonds was advised by Palmer that total sales of e and h Bonds in this county from 1941 through 1954 amounted to Tye said that Palmer based retentions on a reliable estimate made by the National savings Bonds office that e and h Bonds still owned by Resi dents of Iowa have a current value of which is More than 60 per cent of total amounts invested during the 14year on the Assumption that this is an average Iowa the chairman citizens of Sioux county hold e and h Savi Erica Robert Boeyink is named to attend boys state in june Robert son of and Louis Boeyink of Sioux was named to at tend boys state in his alternate will be Robert Haver who will go in the event something prevents Robert Boeyink from the boys state candidate was named at a meeting of the am Ings Bonds with a Cash value of considering the farm Homes and furnish Ings and Edu cations and Many other goods and services which savings Bonds dollars have provided for their owners since world War the current value of savings Bonds by Lowans is Tye and we must remember that most of those savings Bonds Dol Lars will be spent for More goods and services As they mature or Are redeemed by the when those dollars Are circulated through our com they should stimulate provide employment and Benefit everyone in the those savings Bonds Are a spending set aside temporarily for future emergencies or for Amore comfortable he con Maurice Linnan featured in picture Magazine John Lively Sioux county octogenarian who will reach 90 in received a rather unusual Honor sunday when he was featured in the Des Moines sunday Register picture the Maurice Farmers Story is printed below John Linnan was born near Littleport in Clayton but when he was Only 8 years old his family moved the state to Sioux where he has lived Ever on june 10 this year he will be the widely known Western Iowa Farmer and Stockman owns and manages approximately the town of fall of when he was he made two round trips to in one covering More than to buy continued on Back Page acres adjoining in the legion he has Here tuesday been Active in High where he has participated in band and vocal dramatics and other school to is a Junior and ranks High in his class boys state is held annually near Des this year it will be from june 5 to Early pig weaning meeting planned hog raisers of Sioux county were invited today to attend a meeting on Early pig weaning sponsored by the Farmers co operative society in Sioux Cen it will be held wednes april at in the town Hall school children in county will get new polio vaccine 5 new teachers hired 7 will not return next fall seven Public school faculty members have indicated that they will not return next year and five replacements have been Kinsey re ported two Days be fore the deadline for teachers to return their new teachers signed up for next full arc Joe who will receive his de Gree from West mar this sum band Arnie Junior High subjects Arnold fourth Grade miss Carol Van Orange third Grade and miss Marlys first others who have been teach ing this year and will be Back next fall Are Robert principal and manual training Paul social studies and basketball coach Howard social studies and base Ball coach Martin Sci of acc and Driver training Shir Leen High school and Junior High vocal Paul vocational agriculture John Junior High Princi pal Ted High school mathematics Elizabeth High school English Henry Van sixth Grade Arlene fifth Grade Wilma third Grade Elnora me second Grade Anna Marie first those who have resigned or not accepted contracts for the coming year Are Bert Melville miss Evelyn Joan miss Corrino Den miss Mona and Lorna great Blue herons Are a rarity in Northern and this one that was probably downed by a highline wire that broke its Wing was the Center of a lot of attention on the de Vermeer farm Mon the Bird was found in the Field near the farm buildings monday it stood nearly four feet High with its Long neck extended and was a Beautiful Blue Gray the Heron was turned Over to conservation officer who says these Birds Norm ally feed on minnows and Small they Are great waders and have a Wing Span of close to five feet when in by the news surgeon to talk on lung cancer at town Hall tonight Kuiken sets drive plans Orville Sioux Center cancer crusade yester Day called for a greater Public awareness of what is being done with Money contributed annually to the american cancer society and urged All who possibly can to attend the lecture that will be Given at the Sioux Center town Hall Sioux City will discuss lung cancer at this meeting at 8 two films on the disease will also be this is a part of the local Campaign for cancer control Dur ing the month of Kuiken will direct the fund raising Effort that he expects to get underway in the near letters describing the need for funds and the threefold Effort of the american cancer society will go into the mails each will contain a return addressed envelope for Kuiken every Dollar spent on cancer Kuiken is a Dollar invested in the fight to stamp out this dread disease that every year takes the lives of friends and relatives right Here in our own Sioux centers quota this year is which is expected to be raised in april and local Man fined on traffic charge a line of assessed against of Sioux Center and costs was Jake Huisman april 12 when he appeared before Justice mar tin Kuiken on a charge of fail ing to Stop at a Stop sign six Miles Northeast of Orange he was summoned by patrol Man George Dunn april 9 when the traffic violation was North Sioux women to meet at Sanborn the North Sioux women conference and business meet ing will be held at april it was announced this 1st and 2nd graders in All schools will be vaccinated in May with Salk nurse says plans for mass vaccination of All first and second Grade pupils in Sioux county were disclosed by the county Naomi yesterday following the announcement of the Success of the famous Salk polio vaccine in preventing the vaccination program will get underway in the Early part of Ide with vaccine made available through the National foundation for infantile children will be notified of the schedule through their respective me was not certain yesterday if a two or three shot series would be in View of the fact that that in formation had not yet been made available to parents will be notified How the pro Gram will be carried How before the children get their first local medical doctors in each Community will do the vaccine acting voluntarily through the cooperation of the county medical Ide May get vaccine Sioux Center Doc tors yesterday that they will have an allotment of vac Cine available to them soon from commercial channels and that they will probably set up some kind of a priority system voluntarily so that there will be vaccine for children under school age and for pregnant they were very much in that there will be anywhere near enough to meet the demand this Spring or Oelrich said polio vaccinations May Cost about for the series for each under the program administered by the county How they will be the Cost being borne by the National Bosch Halls announcement Gerald Sioux Center polio funds drive hailed the announcement the Success of the Salk vaccine As a demonstration of what has been clone with the thousands of dollars contributed by this Community and the millions received throughout the nation for polio research and he reminded the Public that it was these contributions that make possible this immunization program that will be car ried out among first and second graders in the county in announcement of the results of the polio vaccine Field trials was made tuesday at Annar by Thomas the Field trials were made possible with in March of dime funds provided by the National foundation for infantile the evaluation was carried out at a special Center at the University of Michigan by a Large staff directed by one of the worlds out standing under the procedure in which it was Given last the fran Cis report the Brand of vaccine produced in 1954 protected a significant percentage of the vaccinated children a galust paralytic As com pared with the no vaccinated children controls or with those who received Dummy in Active the Francis report the Protection was not equally effective against the three types of polio the data obtained in the 33 known As the observed in which Only the children of the second Grade were Given the gave a lower percentage of effectiveness than the data obtained in the 11 states in which half of the vaccinated children received the Dummy known As in the observed areas the children the first and third who received no vaccination served As the observed from these fran Cis report it is not pos sible to select a single value giving numerical expression in a Complete sense to the effectiveness of the vaccine As a to Tal if the results from the observed study areas in 33 states Are the vaccine could be considered to have been 80 to 80 per cent effective against paralytic 60 per cent effective against Type one and 70 to 80 per cent effective against disease caused by types 2 and 3 polio 65 of All cases Type one caused by a virus named is the most prevalent Type of the Dis accounting for about 65 per cent of All cases of clinical Type caused by a virus named accounts for about 0 per cent of the clinical while Type produced by a virus named causes about 35 per there Francis greater Confidence in the results obtained from the strictly controlled and almost identical test populations in the Placebo study on this it May to suggested that vaccination was 80 to 90 per cent effective against paralytic poliomyelitis and it was 60 to 70 per cent effective against disease caused by Type one virus and 90 per cent or More effective against that of Type 2 and 3 seven assigned for spotters duty seven Sioux Center aircraft spotters will go on duty sunday in an Allday training exercise that will begin at 9 it was announced today by Ross director of the local observation listed for duty sunday and the hours to which they Are assigned Are the following 09001000 Louis Boeyink 10001100 Dan Voorderman 11001200 Jim do Ruyter 12001300 Ben Sandbulte 13001400 Howard Lubash 14001500 Jack Oliver 15001600 Don Brommer new Dodge truck on display Here the new 1955 Odfie truck with More Power and greater visibility in the cab will go on display today at Sioux implement company in Sioux the restyled and re powered line of Dodge trucks boast super Power dome or 109 to 202 and a full Lino of six Cylinder Power dozens of new improvements have been listed to make these new vehicles what Chrysler corporation engineers term the most rugged trucks Ever new Type Ford tractor display Here this week the Ford motor company has entered the tricycle Type tractor Field after building four wheel tractors for Mouw stated this week in announcing the showing of the new Ford 060 tractor that will go on display Here Ford traditionally has been a four wheel tractor while the old line farm equip ment companies have concentrated on the trickle Mouw in Lino with our announced objective of leadership in the farm our new tricycles enable us to offer additional Ford farm Power and equipment to the area Row crop Farmers for All their Power spread rear wheels Are a major feature of the new tractors tricycles Ever built by instead of wrestling 300pound rear wheels by hand to obtain the proper spacing for various Field the operator uses the trac tors own Power to turn the wheel discs to obtain the desired in one Inch increments from 50 to 76 inches from 64 to 84 inches with the discs front mounted equipment de signed for use with the new Ford tractors include two and Furrow cultivators with fertilizer and Side Dresser other Ford including a two Row mounted Corn will be available according to the Public has been invited to come in and look Over the new bake Sale members of the Junior class of the Public school will hold a bake Sale at Johns meat mar Ket saturday april 8c

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