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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Volume m Numnik ctn Tir of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper april 1955 i commented last week on the navys flying platform and Ive been thinking a Good Deal about that new device years ago there was a popular comic strip called Buck Rogers that depicted life about 600 years i dont know if the striped but i know i Haven f seen it in Many it was quite popular Back in the late twenties and would be even More popular the characters in this comic strip were individually propelled by a pair of rockets fastened to a harness that was strapped on the Back and they Dida lot of flying at High now in beginning to believe this Buck Rogers Era was dated much too far ahead and that it May Well be that individual flight with some similar device of the kind worn in this comic strip will be accomplished before the close of this whether there will be interplanetary i the Progress of science would seem to that some of us will live Long enough to read about the first expedition to the and that will be quite a letting the travels to the Moon its rather fun to imagine what life would be like if most of us had Aerial locomotive devices we simply strapped on like a pair of roller the problem of keeping children out of the Garden or off a newly planted Lawn would be nothing like trying to keep a group of adventure bound teenagers off your most of us would have win burned faces at this time of the year and wed have to have two kinds of cloth warm things for flight and Light togs for on the weather reports would have to he a Good Deal More reliable than they Are because More people would depend on taking the family out for a flight would be a rather common recreation for f and the sight of father and Mother and their youngsters passing overhead catch the attention of those on the ground any than somebody s family out for a ride in the car does i dread to think of How our local news columns would read in such an a Small item might sound something like this the James Smiths rocketed to Lake of the ozarks for the week they returned by Way of Chicago where they spent an hour at the Robert and arrived Home late sunday evening after being delayed by a Brief Thunder Shower in the Vicinity of another might sound like this Billy Jones is wearing a new super Turbo rocket these it is done in Aqua Blue to match her new m Spring brother w getting Back to Here is a Job id like to see a new Volunteer weather observer is be ing sought in Sioux Arie who has been doing the Job for nearly two would like to give it up to someone who has a Little More time for the do John weather Bureau Man at Des would like to find some retired gentle Man who is interested in the Wea ther and is willing to take temperature readings once a the Job Doest pay but it takes Only 10 minutes a Day at the very most and is a Fine Public anyone interested May Contact me or see someone has produced an ail easter weather history that dates Back 25 Matt Roubos didst have the but he had a Brief comment on the weather for each easter sunday since he lists four easters with nearly Ideal All in three others were White and the rest varied from Rainy Days to Windy and cold judging from this record the chances Are slim that next easter will be anywhere near As Nice As the one we had this schedule set up for childrens polio vaccination program in Sioux county Sioux Center children will get shots May 4 others listed hundreds of first and second Grade school children in Sioux county will receive their first inoculations against polio the first week in according to a schedule drawn up and announced this week by Naomi county Public health the inoculations with the new Salk vaccine will begin May and will continue through Ireton Man pleads guilty to John of Ireton entered a plea of guilty last week when he appeared before judge Klay at Orange City on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while he was sentenced to pay a Fine or serve 90 Days in the county Powell was picked up in Sioux Center by officer Jake duster Mars thursday after a Motorist complained that powells car was being driven recklessly on High Way 75 South of mans Drivers License was also suspended for May the go ahead was Given by the Federal government on april 12 when it announced the licensing of the Salk vaccine for this which s being operated by state and local health is being sup plied by the National foundation Tor infantile at the same physicians will be Mak ing arrangements for the vaccination of children not included in this using vaccine Pur chased through usual vaccination in both instances is entirely risk pays off the March of dimes Organiza Tion contracted for Worth of vaccine before it was known that it prevented paralytic so that manufacturers could keep in production and thus have vaccine for distribution soon after this financial made possible by contributions of Mil Lions of americans to the March of dimes has now paid the vac Cine is ready to be used to launch a worldwide program of Protection against crippling in this vaccine is being offered to approximately school children in High incidence age their parents have been asked to sign request forms or its teach ers and National foundation volunteers will help in its adm Nistra parents of children not included in the Community program who wish to have them vaccinated should consult with their family physician schedule Complete the following schedule is set up for the first injection May 2 9 Gran Murphy East or Ange May 3 9 Hawarden Public Eneboe and Larson Hawarden Chatsworth townships Wash 1 Orange City pub Lic Grossmann and Bush Mer Orange City hos pers Hospers Hospers Holland May 4 Sioux Center Public Mcgilvra West Wel Lynn and Plato town Sioux Center Ireton Bircher Ireton Christian Center and Reading May s Alton Public Al Hull Public Moermond Johns Hull Christian grammar Sheridan and Grant my 6 8 Rock Valley pub Lic Hegg Sioux and Rock 9 Rock Valley Christian the second Date will be announced at the time of the first the distribution of the rur Al students according to townships has been arranged to distribute the number of children As equally As possible among the doctors of the Ide baseball opener ends in 33 tie with Larchwood the Sioux Center High school baseball club opened the season last week with a tie game against Larchwood Marv Tegrotenhuis started the 7 inning contest on the Mound and later was relieved by Gary Boey Paul Vande Berg did the Best hit of the game was triple by while Van Ries sen was credited with two hits in the the indians were scheduled to play their second game against Hull Here yesterday coach Howard Lubach said yesterday that the sectional tourney will be played in Sioux Center in Stead of Hull where it was Origi Nally expect hundreds at brotherhood rally tomorrow night hundreds of men from this part of Iowa Are expected to attend the Spring rally of the Northwest reformed Church brotherhood in Sioux Center to Morrow evening when it Wil be held in the first reformed Church at Jacob Prins from Holland minister of evangelism and Well known Leader in Thi reformed Church will be this an interesting speaker who he and dynamic constantly in the rally is open to All men who wish to Maurice the Vic president of the said this men attending need not be members of the Tepaske expressed the feel ing of Good Fortune that Prins was speak at he Prins happened o be in Iowa on other speak engagements this week and consented to speak at the Sioux Center cancer chairman Orvllle Kuiken wit named Latt to held the Veineer fund railing Campaign in Sioux command of the veterans of foreign wars Post Here Uit Kuiken expects to solicit the Aid of the vow and auxiliary in the Campaign voters will Mark ballots on water Bonds tomorrow Vernon reelected to Telephone office Ross Vernon of Sioux Center was reelected first Vic president of the Iowa Independent Tele phone association at the fifty in tending the annual convention in Des Moin Zykstra is last week at hotel fort Des other All of whom were reelected for 1955 Are Carl president John j Cedar second Vic president William Miller Des Secretary treasurer and Clyde Montezuma Ross Vernon is manager of the Mutual Telephone company o Sioux Center and has been Active for Many years in this association plan softball meet wednesday a meeting for All men and boys interested in playing soft Ball this summer will be held in the town Hall basement wednesday april at eight Sam burglars enter farm Homes at Sheldon during Church time three Sioux county farm Homes near Sheldon were burglarized sunday morning while the occupants were away at sheriff reported this Harry week building destroyed by fire in Boyden prompt assistance from the Ull fire department was credited for preventing a very ser ious Are in Boyden at noon High winds fanned a Blaze that started Between a private garage owned by Jerry de Raad and the Blasdell destroying the garage and dam aging Ari outbuilding containing bottle the fire was Dis covered by Erma Vagts at 12 the Boyden firemen managed to keep the Blaze under control until the arrival of Trie Hull fire no estimate of the damage done was Avail Able Hawa Denite Dies following Accident near Rock Valley Leslie a truck Driver for Van Buskirk and sons of Hawarden died in the Haward in Hospital five hours after being injured when the truck he was driving went out of control a half mile South of Rock Valley Satur a Hawarden was driving a 1936 Ford Boom Ruck and apparently hit a Rouglin place in the gravel Road at Aboul that the truck Over urn cd and pinned Larson beneath he was rushed to the Hawarden Hospital by the Vander Plouf ambulance of Sioux Center and died at taken Wasi a total of about in Cash of the Homes and clothing and miscellaneous items from All farm Homes visited belonged to William William and a Home occupied by Harry an the three farms Are about Zzz Miles West of in addition to the a a some and a mans special election for Bond Issue for system expansion will be held in town Hall Sioux Center voters will have an Opportunity to support the town Council tomorrow and approve general Bond Issue for municipal water system improvements recommended by engineers who recently made a Complete study the Community water the special election has been set for april and polls will be open from 8 to 8 on the main floor at the town thousands of Fry planted in Floyd nearly Northern Pike Fry were planted this week in the Floyd River Between Shel Don and conservation officer Newell reported he said the planting was made As an Experiment to de Termine How Well these game Ash will do in Floyd he was assisted by other conserva Tion mans fur women dresses urges everyone come to this to softball players for girls team sought All local girls who Are interested in playing softball this summer Are asked to meet at the Soo Rol Larena skating rink in Sioux Center this april at Stan Lam mers will manage again this suit were two of the Homes were entered by trip Ping the door the sheriff and the third was the Case is being investigated by the sheriffs 240 attend Baptist Fellowship Here a total registration 240 persons was reported at the conclusion of the 20th annual Fellowship of the Iowa neb Raska association of regular Baptist churches held Here last the Host Church said some of the people came from As Fai away As 400 Miles to attend the get together Date changed to 27 both the place and the Dat for the farm Bureau Getto aether that was to have been Neld april 22 have been Chang it will be held at Center township 5 Miles West and 2 South of april at 8 As announced Kees dutch farm youth who is at the Arie Schimmel farm near will be the main 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 Bureau women of Center township will serve lunch at the close of the pro fifty nine women attended f hold kindergarten Roundup today Carmel girl awarded 3year scholarship for nurses training by cancer society Marjorie one of the top ranking senior graduates Al Sioux Center High school and daughter of Bertha Bartels of was one of 50 girls in the state chosen to receive a thru Yeai nursing scholarship from the Iowa division of the american cancer she will be enrolled for nursing training at Josephs mercy hos Pital at Sioux the awards Grant books and uniforms for three years of nurses training but not to exceed beginning this at any accredited school of nursing in Iowa chosen by the primary considerations in the which were not made on a geographical or county included rank in the upper third of class scholastically satisfactory results in or nursing tests and acceptance by accredited Iowa Nurs ing school need of financial Assis Tance and personal qualities essential to becoming a Good nurse As attested by character referee in accepting the scholarships All must agree to finish their training unless prevented by sick not to marry while in train and to practice their Sion in Iowa for two years immediately following their first in the nation to set up such a the Iowa division now has 129 nurse trainees from 73 counties attending 26 nursing schools in in 118 nurses granted scholarships in 19 1950 and 1951 have and arc now practising their profession in aimed at relieving the critical nursing shortage in the scholarships arc part of a Long Range program to expand the society service for needy Ancer the certificate awarding Marjorie Bartelt Bull exported to Cuba by Hull Man Chester de Boer of recently exported a registered hol Stein Friesland Bull to this Gold Chest Burke was sold to Julia a during shipments of registered holsteins were made to 2 recent years have shown marked increase in Export activity particularly among South Ameri can peace lutheran minister will be installed sunday installation services for Rev Prieb will be held at the peace lutheran Church sunday morning at a congregational dinner will be held at followed by a Socia gathering in the Prieb and family moved into the peace lutheran parsonage Friday from their former Home at the Priebs have four children mrs Wilroe Holthusen of Rock rapids who attends Junior College at Worthington who is stationed at with the air Force and a at Prieb will also Havi charge of our Saviours Luth eran Church in Rock Center and the immediate Vic the kindergarten Roundup Sioux Center Public the luncheon held in the town n old to nos Hall basement most t one of the delegates were Able to 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 Mcgilvra and Oelrich will be present to give Gary Vreeman gets Sheldon school Post a former Sioux Center Gary Vreeman of Alameda has been named Princi pal of the Sheldon Christian replacing Calvin heroin who plans to attend col lege in the the son of and Hein Gary has been serv ing As school principal at Ala Meda for the past three years the family will move Back to Walls going up work on the building far mid wait Chr Itjin Junior continued to Good this Workman on Stigter Craw begin putting out top photo shows Pirt of Southeast Wall slowly taking bricklayers in pictures Kenneth and right of both regular members of construction the Brick and building will Southwest and it is being built in such Wiy that can built on by the news the scholarship to miss Bartels was received by Charles chapter chairman of the american dancer society last in Sioux Bowling Alley under construction the footings for the new vow Bowling Alley building were dug yesterday and the Job of Block Nying has been let to Glen the 40 by 130 foot building will be built of blocks and is expected to to completed Dur ing the members of the veterans of foreign wars expect to provide some of the labor by volunteers from their own much of the Money is being raised by Public a majority vote is needed for proposition to and if it passes the Council will have authority to Issue up to in Long term Bonds to finance pro posed improvements in the considered necessary is the construction of a new 8inch pipeline to the towns Well site Miles East of additional equipment at the Iron removal added pumping capacity and perhaps one More the total Cost of these improvements has been Esti mated to be slightly under depending on the number and amount of the bids received when the Job is Sioux Center is being supplied with water presently from a 6inch pipe that has a rated capacity now considerably below its original due to Mineral deposits that have built up Over a period of More than 20 years that the pipeline has been in engineers estimated that the line has As much As two inches of Mineral deposits on its inner surfaces and advised against try no to remove any of this cake without having standby pumping any attempt to clean out the pipe line might result in Breaks that would leave the town without water for an indefinite the engineers members of the Council also Point out that even a full 6inch capacity pipe would not meet the towns water needs at the most critical periods of the water consumption has increased by nearly 558 per cent since the pipe line was Laid in the Early water pressure was critically Low several times last summer be cause the towns water system was unable to meet the Only a Reserve Supply of water in the new Reservoir provided a margin of safety for fire this was held Back As a precaution a against an members of feel confident that it the voters under stand All the facts they will approve the proposition tomorrow when the election is Only one question will be voted and that is the Only item that will appear on the a yes oct will indicate approval of the Jond Issue and a no vote will indicate All citizens Are being urged to express their opinions at the polls Dewalt saw to be demonstrated Here Doug a factory represent will demonstrate the uses for the Dewalt Power saw this evening at a Public demonstration for Farmers and others who would like to at the which is sponsored by de Ruyter local will be held in the Sioux Center town Hall at refresh ments will be one other Sioux county girl has won one of these scholarships be Glenda Goodmanson of ire Ion was selected in 1952 and will graduate in the nursing class of 1955 at the methodist Hospital in Sioux City in Gordon Den Herder injured in truck mishap on Friday Gordon Den Herder of Sioux Center was hospitalized overnight Friday after being injured when the fertilizer truck he was driving for Ray Apel went off the Road near the state Park West of Sioux Den Herder suffered cuts and bruises and was still unable to work the Accident happened at about when he was hauling fertilizer for the farm Supply company the truck apparently hit a soft spot in the Road and was thrown out of damage to the truck was and 2 Sioux girls honorary initiates Muriel Raak of Maurice Peggy Moir of Orange City will be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi Schot attic honorary at Iowa state col lege this evening at a banquet and ceremonies in great Hall of Mem orial Phi Kappa Phi initiates Are so in the Case of senior Stu from the top half of the top on eighth of the senior in the graduate they Are selected from the top 10 percent o the graduate students who Are about to receive their advanced top rated contest exhibits will be on display Here Good will truck coming the Good will industries truck will Stop in Sioux Center at 8 May to pick up articles of discarded that can be re paired and used articles can be left at the George Sie men the Superior in the winners of All county entered College choir will appear sunday the Northwestern Junior col lege choir of Orange City Wil appear in the first reformed Church in Sioux Center sunday april at they will present an All sacred pro the Circle will sponsor the program and they invite the Public to a free will offering will be re cookery fun miss Elizabeth Home economist for the Iowa Dairy Industry will speak on Cook Ery fun with Dairy foods at the Orange City town Hall at 2 Rural women Day set for tuesday at Orange City Rural women Day will be held tuesday april at at the Orange City town guest speaker will be Nelson Price of Rock who will speak on the topic Price and her husband were missionaries in India and she has Many interesting experiences to the farm Bureau women chorus will make its Public appearance and will sing three Case Farmer trainee from the Netherlands sponsored by farm will con duct a Short question and ans wer period on his Sandra Tonsfeldt of the Hill toppers 4h club will play Sev eral selections on the registration will be 25 cents and Tea will be served at the close of the exhibits of the accomplishments of the year will be every one is n the Art and poetry contest sponsored by the woman club will be on display at the local Library this the exhibit May be viewed by the Public from 4 to 5 Oclock on thursday afternoon and from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 Oclock on the Public is cordially invited to View this pupils whose exhibits were judged in the county contest and those receiving ratings Are listed below As follows Art kindergarten Jane Doorn Waard Elizabeth Ann Hess Norma first Grade Linda Kuyper Jimmie Brommer Donna Bier second Grade Terry Visser Roger excellent Carol ran third Grade Marlow chef Fer Jane do excellent Paulette fourth Grade Jimmy Roelofs 2 entries Marilyn vant fifth Grade Gerald Vando Garde Danny ver Hoof Ruth sixth Grade Douglas Hau Good Vonnie Perior Douglas poetry second Grade Brian Wesse Susu third Grade Jimmy de Ruy Ter Cheryl de excellent Derrick the fourth Grade Joline Wand Scheer potty Campbell Judy de fifth Grade Jeanine Birken Pas Albert Schelling Gerald Vande sixth Grade Michael Oelrich Bonnie Good Douglas

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