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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Its a different kind of Sriri fever that you get if youre ii Alaska at this time of the u there where the ice is still melt ing in the where the Riv ers Are still locked to their Banks and where the Caribou stil digs away a Patch of ice or Snow with its hoofs to find afresh mor Sel of i Chernor Spring is still around the but you feel you feel it in the length ening in the warm Noonday Breeze that sweeps across the Tun in the night when the Wolf howls recede deeper and deeper into the but you feel it most of in the Rush of human the work season is about to men who have been Idle for seven or eight months be Gin flexing their Muscles by get Ting their gear together for the annual migration to the off to the Hills and into the Back theres Gold to be scratched Earth to be Trees to be in late april you feel the mounting Tempo at no name and a Hundred other places Large and Small that serve As hop off spots for a race of men who Haven found what they want and probably never big some of bold and adventure some of the oddest creatures on this you look at a swede from a Burly son of a Yankee Plantation owner in an englishman who arrived by Way of new a Utah sheep rancher strayed from his native they dont add up such a Motley but there there just As you and its no other place on per has beckoned and disappointed so Many men in such a Short space of the Boom land of the never run out of exciting new developments and never misses getting More riches from the Treasury than it has Ever put its a Day today where you May Greet a new neighbor in the morning and bid him Goodby in the its As unstable As smoking Volcano and As Beautiful As a fresh Cut you can love it and hate it at the same but it never ceases to fascinate sixty years of development have left it for the most part undeveloped and the still and Ever will be its present and future done up in a package of rugged treacherous Rivers and untamed that defy no one Ever sees we see Only a part of the cloak it to know alas you have to feel its its its and As one old sourdough told requires some living up youve got to be in Alaska a breakup time in the Spring to be the feel of that great Youv got to get the fever in the Spring but if you you May be los you May like the swede from the hawaiian Plantation owners or the Utah sheep rancher be claimed by alas As her that is the Stranges the real of alas is tax Center volume 64 number 10 c1ntm of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper Chris Han College Cornerstone laying set for May mayor Tepaske to speak Arnold christians of president of the Midwest Christian Junior College will have the Honor of laying the Corn Erstone for the new College building that is being erected on the grounds on fourth Avenue the at which Maurice the mayor of Sioux Cen will give an will be iced next tuesday May at when hundreds Are expected to gather on the grounds or the work on the project has been underway More than a month by a de Stigter construction five ministers from this area will have a part in the tuesday evening they include Vander Ark of Carl Toeset of Hulst of Vanschouwen of Sioux Center and Ribbens of Rock the program had been tentative y arranged this week As follows Long invocation Vander Ark address Toeset Tepaske scripture Reading Hulst laying of Cornerstone assisted by de Stig Ter contractors audience response Faith of our fathers financial report Van America Schouwe audience Ribbens doxology audience the Public has received a Cord Al invitation to attend this Cere Illinois minister accepts local Call Harry Reform Church pastor at a accepted the second Call extender to him by the first reformed Church Here and will move to Sioux Center Early in the Summe it was announced this members of the local congregation expect him to arrive some time in Brower is married and has two a Leslie and a they Wil make their new Home in the Church parsonage near the blowing Bee staged for Ireton Farmer More than a dozen friends and neighbors of Ted Riepma of Ireton turned out yesterday morning to plow his Fields in preparation for Corn who farms a mile South of is recovering from an operation and was unable to do the blowing the neighbors plan Ned to put about a dozen trac tors in the Fields and expected to Complete their Good turn before Sioux county should be prom and honoured to have a Man Liki Russell Patrick of Hawarden Ai its representative in the state leg Hes one of those unusual political office holders who Worl faithfully through every session Hes a hard a real states Man and an honest represent if anyone deserves to be recognized As an outstanding member of the general Assembly of Iowa Russell Patrick after More than four terms in Des Moines this Man has become one of the most valuable legislators in the with Many tulips already Bloom around i wonder Orange cites annual festival Wil be a Little Short of these colourful Spring that one of the chief problems connected with the staging of such a to schedule the event when the tulips Are in full three Sioux county 4h girls named for state awards three 4h girls from Sioux county were chosen for state a wards based on their record books and qualifications for these a they Are Gladys Wiekamp of the willing workers club who was chosen As state officer candidate for Sioux county Elaine Maassen of the Clove teens club was chosen As in Sioux county and Laura Lubbers of the sparklers club was chosen As the conservation Camp Delegate from 4h clubs in the county this these girls were selected on the basis of their record books and participation in other 4h Active tour news Plant the Public school third Grad accompanied by their teach miss Mona toured the news printing Plant Fri Day and were 1old How the newspaper is published scout court will award 14 badges next thursday plans for a court of Honor that recognize 14 advancements in rank by local boy scouts were announced this week following a meeting of the Board of review that examined the boys qualifications last week six scouts will receive tender foot badges and one will Advance to life second highest rank in the court of Honor will be held May but the time and place have not yet been definitely candidates for advancement and the ranks they have achieved Are listed As follows Douglas Kenneth Hars Douglas Terry Mcgilvra and Warren Vande second Achter Ned Van Steenwyk and Louis first Vande Garde and Keith Star Vande Garde and Keith receiving the highest award at the court of Honor will be Roger life the Board of review that met to examine the Hoys was composed of Lawrence Louis Boey easter Seal sales Short of amount Given last year county easter seals chair Man de Bruin reported yesterday that the 1955 Campaign receipts Are presently nearly Short of what was turned in last he said a report made Las week showed received from residents in the county and that this was considerably below what was donated Las de Bruin said he thought Many people who received easter Seal letters in March May have overlooked sending in their donations and thai some Money is expected to be coming in during the next week or he reminded All who have not made a contribution that funds Are much needed for continued help for crippled children and loses part of Little Finger Gerrit Vanroekel of Ireton lost part of his Little Finger on his right hand when a pipe slipped while he was repairing a pump on the Henry Vanroekel farm Mon the Finger was Cut off at the second Gerrit was treated at the Sioux Center Community Hospital and released the same men meet to help organize county for fall crop drive plans for a fall drive for Christian Rural overseas re Lief were announced tuesday following a meeting of ten men in Orange City that the meeting was a preliminary step in the direction of organizing the county for a crop present was the state director of Nolin of Des Moines and music students to give Spring concert tomorrow night instrumental a Spring music concert that will include both vocal and instrumental numbers by students in the Sioux Center High school will b presented tomorrow at 8 in the High school it a announced this the vocal students will be under the direction of miss Shirleeta a Madrigal and mixed Voca Stedt and the band will be directed arrangements will also be Sung b by Bert band other Small the concer included will be numbers by the band will play three girls glee the boys glee below is the Complete program program make me an instrument of thy where in the world Warin ill walk with girls glee club Kentucky babe Gebic boys double quartet a Snow cloke1 girls sex Tette they Call it Gran the Halls of nigh Stout hearted Romberg boys glee club Jesus walked this lonesome Dawson girls quartet sing we and chant Morley Madrigal set Down Shaw America our Steele mixed chorus around the Gypsy fire Brahms girls Trio climbing up the Smith double mixed quartet hands across the March Sousa pleasant concert band april 195s no National authorization for vaccine for kindergarten nurse says kindergarten children and those above the second Grade will not be included in polio inoculation program that will get underway n Sioux county next Naomi Bounty Public health said tuesday in an Effort to Clear up some misunderstanding that exists Ross Vernon Vande and John Wilson of District also attending the meeting were Henry Baak from Leroy Sandee of Onno Snuttjer of Leroy Nattress of Orange Abe Harry de Henry Van and William Pennings of Orange the men met at the farm Bureau office and made plans for a second meeting May 17 at the same among Ide pointed out that the inoculations Are being Given on a nationwide scale and that for the Sake of uniformity the National foundation for infantile paralysis Las purposely excluded kindergarten since in thousands of communities throughout the coun by there Are no kindergarten departments in she said this is not an arbitrary regulation set up locally but a nationwide the shortage of he Salk vaccine Supply necessary excludes children above the second Grade at the present time Ching id the county nurse also announce d a change of time for the i Ciocu action of Christian school pupils they will receive their in actions at 9 wednesday in Tead of As was announced ast Public school pupils will receive their first inoculations at the same time As was announced last Mcgilvra and Maris will e in charge the Date for the second Inocula on of the series will be made Nown at the time the first inject on Are and the final Shol n the series will probably be Given late next Ide said the inoculations will be Given Only when parental approval is Given and that up to the beginning of the week Many parents had not yet Given authorization for their childrens vac i she stressed that signed slips from the parents will be required before a child can receive his first injection next Christian school to close for teachers meeting in the Sioux Center Christian school and most others in this area will be closed tomorrow when administrators and Board members attend the District v meeting of the National Union of Christian schools at faculty and Board members of Christian schools in North West in Minnesota and South Dakota will assemble for the among the speak will appear Are groot of ers who Otto de John Hoeksema and Vander Haak of Western Chris High school at John Den Herder unhurt As car Rolls John Den Herder escaped without injuries monday night when the car in which he was rid ing alone rolled Over and came to rest on its wheels in a ditch along Highway 10 West of Orange the car was reported to have hit a drainage Gutter causing it to Den Herder was on his Way Home from Orange City at the damage to the car was extensive but it can be fined for failing to report Accident failure to report an Accident Cost Gordon Den Herder of Sioux Center a Fine of and costs Friday when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken the summons was written by patrolman George Dunn april 22 and Den Herder appeared the same voters approve water Bond authorize expansion experimental Assn to meet at Primghar Friday Farmers from ten Northwest Iowa counties will meet at the farm Bureau building in Primghar Friday april 29 at 8 to elect permanent directors of the Northwest Iowa experimental As it was announced the group is organized for the purpose of buying an agricultural research farm in the once the farm is it will be operated by Iowa state of their goal of approximately has been raised to featured speaker at Friday nights meeting will be George associate director of Iowa state colleges Experiment unidentified Man found near Here a Man who gave his age As 40 but who was judged to be about 70 was picked up yester Day morning in the Vicinity of the de Vermeer he was unable to give his identity or to establish his he didst seem to know where in had come from or where he was except that he was on his Way to the other Side of the officer Jake Duistermars picked the Man up and after questioning him turned him Over to sheriff Harry a Check with officials at the mental Hospital at Cherokee revealed that no one of this mans description was when found the Man was walking with the Aid of two Sticks and he said he had spent the night in a tree limbs fell thick Hwy ugly this we tic when pictured moved Down Sioux Confer str tit and to ill my location in old it wit slew moving Job with thu building that stood for tin on of Christ Ltd Junior it we t auction by Moorman in of Tho Width of had to to trim d in alow it nun worked with to building from first on Tho than on right Almott All Way to now by the news Western a Cappella choir will present concert sunday the a Cappella choir of the Western Christian High school will present an evening of sacred music at the first Christian reformed Church Here sunday May at the with 48 is under the direction of Peter de this is the second year that de Boer has directed he i the choir each Spring present about 15 concerts in the Christian reformed churches in Northwest some of the sacred selections Are break Forth of beauteous heavenly Light by Bach Laud Amus the by Mauller Beautiful Saviour by Christiansen and my god How wonderful thou Art by four Young people of Sioux Center sing in the they Are Diane Elaine Eldon Vander Berg and Gerry de officers elected at Assn meet new officers to the Sioux coun y tuberculosis and heart association were elected for the coming ear at the annual the 65 representatives from Ach town and township of Sioux Bounty met for a dinner meeting t the Tulip cafe in Orange City o review the years study and setup the Budet for the coming Van Christmas Seal chairman reported Christmas Seal iving in Sioux county dropped 0 last a report of the Progress being made by our association in fight no to and the continued Copan on of research for heart disease was Given by Paul District new officers for the coming year Are Lucas de Kos Hull Leroy Orange City Karl Orange City Earl Hock Valley Christ Mas Seal Joyce Van Hospers educational Sioux Center patient Rock Valley heart chair Boyden county medical Sioux the retiring president Sioux has served As president for the past three Council May spend up to for additional pipeline and needed equipment to deliver water Sioux Center voters expressed firm approval of the waterworks Bond Issue Friday and authorized the town Council to go ahead on an improvement program that will include a now eight Inch pipeline that will run parallel with the present six Inch line to the Well site 3 Miles cast of Marcella Poppen is Home after four years As missionary miss Marcella daughter of and John arrived Home yesterday after completing a fou year term As a teacher in a Christian Mission two electric cookers Given at meeting two Farmers returned Home with electric cookers last week wednesday evening after attending the Geerlings Early in weaning meeting sponsored the cooperative society the cookers were seated As door Lou Thomason of the Geer Ings company explained feed of problems for hog pre new senior patrol Leader named in boy scout troop Roger achterhof was name senior patrol Leader recently when two new patrols were formed and the other patrols were reorganized in troop 21 of the boy scouts other appointments made included Larry Vande re and Michael Oelrich patrol leaders and assistants Are listed As follows Joel Boeyink and Gary Blee Indian Sam Bruinsma Bear Douglas achterhof and Mike Hawk Bruce Vernon and Don Eagle Wilbur Sandbulte and Stevie Pioneer Keith Klaaren and Larry Vande flaming Mircol Poppen school she was sponsored by the Central reformed Church of which she is a member miss Poppen reached Sioux City by train from san Francisco yesterday morning and was met by her parents she arrived in the states on the san fran Cisco april 20 after a 10day Voy age from this was miss Poppins first term abroad As a missionary and she taught music and English at the Biko to Jakiun school for she sometimes had As Many As pupils under in Addi Tion to teaching her regular Cour she also assisted with sunday school work at the members of the Central Church Are arranging a Welcome reception which has been set for wednes May 7 More assigned for watch duty seven More volunteers will Tak their turns on duty at the Oscr vation Post on top the Grade schoo building Here they i begin watching the sky at 9 it and will close the Post at 4 m according to Ross direct or of the local observation listed with their duty hours a the following Jake Mucller Rich Birma Don do Gooyer Orville Kuiken Ted Vanden Berg Mcgilvra Al Terpstra the Bond Issue carried 257 to 11 at the special the Light vote was interpreted to mean that Sioux Center citizens in general were in full Accord with Tho recommendation made by the Council after an engineering study was completed a few months Tho total vote was Only with no ballots since the results of the election were the coun cil took preliminary Steps this week to get the project in plans and specifications arc being sent to the state department of the in pcs Moines for approval and it is expected that advertising for bids for Tho Job will appear after the contract has been the Council will de Termine the amount of Bonds that will be according to the engineering study now in town officials additions will be made at the Iron removal Plant and extra pumping equipment will be it is also expected that another Well will be dug in the Vicinity of the present Wells so that More water will be town clerk Rich Kroon said tuesday it would be impossible at the present time to estimate the length of time required to com plete the but he is Hope Ful that the least possible delays will be encountered in procuring supplies and he would not say if he thought the project would be completed during Tho summer or Osceola farm fails to sell at per acre improved a High ailed to bid of buy an 80 acre farm two Miles South of Sibley put up for ale by Zeno the Osceola county farm attracted few bid Ders and the owner refused to it it go at the highest visiting Day set at Christian school a visitors Day for preschool children will be held Friday Way at the Christian schoo it was announced yester Day by principal Boorsma Boersma said children who will be entering Kinder Garten in the fall will be Given an afternoon of orientation ant visiting Between 1 and 3 Oclock parents Are being asked to accompany their children to school and Call for them again at 3 North Sioux women meet near Boyden a business meeting of the executive committee of the North Sioux conference was Field monday evening at the lome of the retired Hildrud near fifteen ladies were present and Harmelink of Carmel Oscar Vandevegte of Rock Valley at tended As a committee was appointed o be in charge of the fall con Terence which will be held at he first reformed Church at the meeting was adjourned after All business was cared Sioux Center wins 3 straight pairings set for sectional Marv the Juffer and Gary Boyink pitched the indians through two More victories during Tho past seven defeating Hull april 14 to and Rock 10 to Beer Nink and Duane Vando Berg each drove out homers in Tho Hull contest and triples were credited to Vande Juster and Paul Vande Beernink got a Ufler and Boyink were on Tho Mound for this contest and Duane Vande Berg did the in the game against Rock Val hitting was held Down to Tho in sensational by High winds tues Day Sioux none scored12 hits in the con with Gary Boeyink leading the tribe 3 for Beer links double was the Only Long hit of the the on the Mound through All seven struck out 12 Rock Valley pitching for the rockets was Kalsbeck to tourney set Sioux Center will play Host to the sectional tourney next week beginning monday afternoon when Rock Valley meets Hull at 2 o Sioux Center will play Mau Rice at for the second game of the Hull Western Christian and boy Den Drew byes in the first Boyden will play the Winner of the India Monarch contest at and Hull Christian will meet the Winner of the Hull Rock Valley game at 2 wed Tho finals will be played at 3 Skelly station is being rebuilt Here work on the service station rth main was week of the old new Skelly building on started this building was for torn Down in preparation erecting the Tho which is oper ated by Ernie will open for business As usual and the office will be in he grease room during Tho de Stigter if Sioux Center have the build no Breaks leg while unloading Straw Sam punt received a fractured left leg below the Nee tuesday morning when he accidentally twisted it while loading baled Straw on the to was taken to the Community Hospital Here where e was still under treatment

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