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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Some months ago i promised would have a Little More to say later about the Corn Belt weekly a Short lived English language newspaper that made its debut and demise Here in the Early 1920s three copies of paper fell in to my hands some months ago when the boys did a Little House cleaning at the Post judging from the amount of advertising it this Sioux Center newspaper could not have been a very profitable Only six display ads appeared one three of which came from out of that left Vander Berg who handled California tops for Schalekamp drug store and the Hoeven hard Ware ads Well surrounded with Gray several chapters of a continued Story entitled struggling another under the title of ten years Oliv and such Small locals Dick Zeutenhorst is and the doctor advised him to take a Complete some of the articles on the front Page doubtless Are More interest ing from a historical Point of View than they May have been from a news Point of View when they first appeared in one was headlined five kinds of paper Money in circulation in the the old timers would remember some of perhaps they were listed As an authorized Issue of about million protected by Gold reserves of approximately Gold certificates issued an equal amount of Gold held in the Silver certificates issued against an equal a mount of Standard Silver dollars in the certificates National secured by de posit of Federal Reserve Bank notes secured by commercial paper and another item on the front Page Calls attention to the fact that there were then 13 million Auto mobiles in the in about 32 years there was an increase of about 50 million above the number reported in this Pap according volume m number 24 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper August 1955 Public school will open Here August 29 top awards at county fair listed entries and fair attendance set new records big crowds each night awards to More than 85 Fra and 4h boys and girls and club teams were announced this week following tabulation of the results of the judging at the Sioux county youth fair last they include dozens of Blue ribbons and other top based on the number of entries to Council proceed Ings published in Schutt was serving As mayor of the with the following councilmen de Roze Dan and Den among the business of taken up at the meeting of that Date was a report from the town a petition for a water main to the Farmers Coop Stock Yards and a petition for sewer and water along third some of the local items must 1 have made very interesting read ing for certain take this one for instance Bernard de Jim Clayton Gerrit Willem Peter Verduin and Arnold Evenhuis played Hooky last Friday afternoon and went to Orange City to see the football its still a question in my mind who was the Waldon who showed grand Champion Angus steer at the fair last his John Boer of Orange or the boys grand Adolph Boer of who happened to be Here for the fair it was a great moment for All what makes the Honor even greater for Waldon is the fact that his steer was show among dozens of really High Quality Seldom have i seen such keen Competition Ive attended at any quite a the fair the Maurice and perhaps dozens of others who must go unnamed but nonetheless helped in Many deserve a lot of credit for this years splendid it was successful in about every Way and proves beyond a doubt that Sioux county people will support their own for the fourth year in a Row attendance records have been i wonder How Many of the rus Sian visitors who were in Iowa a few weeks ago took time to read up on the state before they came across if they How Many have changed their minds about the state the great soviet encyclopedia has this to say a bout Tiova has a very developed a mostly directed toward raising Corn and feeding but whereas in 1954 there were farms and 9 million Hec Tares of land under the number of farms has decrease now the bulk of the produce is grown by the Large capitalist at the on Quarter Page estimation of Tiova us All the Farmers Are greatly dependent upon the Banks and Are heavily in with this purported debt to Banks equal to about fifty per cent of the value of All Margaret Sheld on four jars of food for Margaret Oelrich table Mayvis demonstrations girls senior demonstrations easy As Helen Van Klompenberg and Ruth Stan hidden Peppy Carol Cleveringa and Judith de a meal fit for a Lynn Lively Doris Schafer and Margaret oel girls Junior demonstrations dads group from the Arkansas Suzanne Darlene will appear Friday night at the first Baptist Church in Sioux Cen beginning at 8 quintette to appear at Baptist Church the Ozark a musical n All divisions and All this years fair was the largest of any held attendance records were smashed the total at enhance was estimated at approx mately for the three except for the opening when More than an Inch of rainfall came late in the afternoon and forced the cancellation of the eve Ning Ball attendance at the evening performances hit new rec ids each close to persons were on hand for the White horse Patro performance wednesday nigh an almost equal crowd a present for the farm Bureau Tal it show thursday weather was almost Ideal for these outdoor performances each livestock exhibits top awards for livestock exhibits and boys and girls showing hem were As follows Champ Waldon Reserve Champ vol Ney Sheldon Champ drug Van Reserve Margaret Sheldon Reserve Paul Den Reserve Phil Den Champ club Holland wind Mills Champ shorthorn beef heir Fred Sheldon Champ Rod de cattle feeders Virgil Van Dale Den and Arlin beef Emory Ireton Carl Van and Phil Den Champ Market Milton pen purebred top Darwin top Ewe Peter Van sheep Milton Darwin Zeutenhorst and Gary Vanden Champ heavy Market Fred Sheldon Champ heavy Market Fred Oelrich Champ Light Market Janet Light Market Royce Ireton purebred Chester top Gene top Hull Duroc top top Gilt and Gene ire ton Tamworth top top top Kenneth Alton Yorkshire top top top Lawrence Hawarden spotted top top John Ireton Hampshire top top top Arlan Maurice Swine Larry Carl de Jong and Paul de ton constructing and using a Concrete barrel John Capel or spell and Dairy cattle Champ Gary Vanden Shirley Vanden Boyden Champ Leon Allen Schimmel Champ Brown Gerald Kent Champ milk ing Norm boy second Larry Boyden Champ Dennis Kenneth Slothour Ronald Boyden Dairy Den Nish Fricks and Ronald Blue ribbon cordon Van Hou Maurice Orville Hawarden and Chester de Robert Arlan Mau and Norm Joan Maurice William Haar girls state fair Vande Sheldon Quick Lois de Plain Shirley Ann Van Slat Angel Gretchen Alton Clover Leaf Darlene Boyden Suzanne Wanda Den Gary Vanden boys Junior demonstrations de Horning with hol land Phillip and Clifford farm near Carmel brings acre a 159 acre farm in the Vicinity of Carmel was sold last week by Henry Wesselink of Sioux Center to Robert Remmerde of Carmel at a reported figure of per the land is located near the Remmerde Ramaker and Moret handled the auditorium addition now Complete new equipment and additional rooms available this fall plans for opening the Public school in Sioux Center were announced this week by who has been supervising preparations that have been going on All grand Champion baby 1110 Pound steer that lopped All others it the 1955 Sioux county youth pair Lait it was shown by Waldon 13 year old Orange City boy who is a member of the Holland windmills the purchased by Sioux hatchery and feed store of Sioux Center and de Jong produce of sold for at the Sale thursday by the news Christian school opening postponed until 6 with a faculty increase from six to eight teachers and a Large new addition nearly completed on the Christian school in Sioux Cen plans for opening school sept were announced this week by principal because of unavoidable delays in the completion of the new addition on the the opening has been set Back one plans originally called for opening aug Helen the Public is invited to attend this boys senior demonstrations How to make Quality flying Marion Marvin ire for the first time in the history of the with the exception of grades 6 and each teacher will have one the eight teachers will make up the largest faculty Ever employed at the Sioux enter there will be eight class rooms this year and a Large Al purpose room a slight delay in the completion of the new addition was caused by waiting for a shipment of steel for the All purpose the de Stigter expect delivery and the building will be completed in sep All class rooms will be done in time for school Boersma two members of the faculty will begin teaching Here for the first miss Geraldine Schaffer and miss Margaret miss Schaffer attended Calvin College during the past school year and studied at Montana state teachers College this her Home is at Man miss Block is a Grad uate of Northwestern Junior col lege and her Home is at min miss Verna Mae Bonnema is re turning to Sioux Center to teach second Grade at the Christian after having attended Cal Vin College for two she will receive her degree in Educa Tion in the near she taught first Grade Here several years be fore leaving for other members of the faculty who attended summer school this year were miss Gertrude de Ruy Ter and miss Johanna ten harm Walter who taught kindergarten last did not accept her reappointment last Boersma said about 33 fam Ilies have indicated that their children will begin school in the Christian school kindergarten this the enrolment was 33 last Call from Pella Bernard pastor of the local first Christian reformed has received a Call from the Christian reformed Church at to manage Ann Haarsma of Sioux Center will manage Schissell ladles read to Wear clothing store Here when the basemen childrens department opens while the main floor department will not be ready for opening custom ers Are invited to visit the child rens department in the the store will feature a full line of childrens clothing for girls and for Small it is located just North of vans swimming Pool will close at Sandy hollow the Sandy hollow swimming Pool will close officially August it was announced this week by the swimming Pool com there will be no supervised swimming after As All life guards will be the Park will re main open for picnics and the Sandy hollow committee said this was by far the biggest traffic year in the history of the area and that thousands of people enjoyed fishing and picnics at Sandy the Ommittee members expressed heir appreciation to All who contributed to make the program such a Large proud As punch of her Champion lightweight Market pig is Janet daughter of and Fred Gayer of Rock who is in her first year of 4h club is a member of the Plato this was the first time she entered livestock in the Sioux county youth by the news Paullina in first playoff game second contest set there tonight the Sioux Center baseball which gained the 1955 league championship in the regular seasons topped Here tuesday night in the first game of the the indians broke Loose in the second inning with two men on Wayne Juffer doubled to bring these two in and then scored his own this was followed by a similar setup with two on when Ken de Vos singled and brought in two one More made it 6 for the Paullins held the indians Down until the seventh when Tegrotenhuis drove in two runs on a double to Cap his teams catching for Paul Lina was Paullins first counter came in the they were unable to put another with it until the but in the top of the ninth they brought in Tegrotenhuis pitched for Sioux Center and Lehudis Wayne Juffer pitched the final out in the ninth when Tegrotenhuis began to show a Little fatigue and was taken out by Lane the local club will meet Paul Lina again there and if they can bring Home a Victory they will meet the Winner of the Alton Rock Valley three game series next week if they lose they will Paullina again in the final showdown contest Satur Day night the Only other game played by the indians during the past week was against Ireton there Friday Ireton county 4h party will be held at Center monday a county 4h party for All club members in Sioux county will be held at Sioux Center at 8 August this includes both 4h girls and the 4h All 4h members who will be sophomores in High school this fall and those older than this will enjoy a Circle mixer in the girls building on the fair Dick Eyres from the Greenfield gardens at be Mars will be in charge of the the younger 4h members will have a skating party at the skating rink in Sioux refresh ments for both events will consist of pop the party is under the leadership of the 4h com Mulder to give Farewell sermons Here next sunday pastor of the first Baptist Church in Sioux Cen will deliver his Farewell ser Mons he announced this at the morning service to will deliver his Farewell message to the Church and his Farewell message to the Community will be Given at the evening Mulder and his family will be leaving for their missionary station at from where Mulder will work a Long the Rio Grande both in Texas and in the family will move Early in firemen called to Sioux Center store the fire department was called at 11 monday when an Extension Cord at the Western Auto store became overheated and burned off its while no flames broke there was some smoke and water damage to ceiling and a few cans of top baby beef brings Sioux county 4h and Fra Mem Bers received better than Market prices for All their livestock sold at the Sioux county youth bidding was Active at the live Stock Sale thursday afternoon when the grand Champion baby beef sold for to Sioux hat Chery and feed store of Sioux Center and the de Jong hatchery at the Reserve Champ brought from Wilson and the Champion shorthorn and re serve and the Reserve Champion Angus and Hereford each sold for a other prices ranged downward from the list of boys and girls Selling livestock and purchasers of them Are listed below Swine Fred Champ Ion Market litter heavy Morrell and Royce Champion Market Lilac right Armour and Dar Rell Morrill Lyle Morrell Howard Gay Morrell John mor Rell Marvin Morrell Herman Alton Premium feeds Russell mor Rell Kenneth Rodney Kleuls Morrell Euene Vanroekel Sioux Center sales Jim Van Morrell Wayne Hawarden sales Fred oel Morrell Fred Morrell Marvin fed Morrell Martin Morrell Paul de Adolph Boer Carl de sheep Darwin Zeuthen Morrell Gary Vanden Morrell Norman Belt Morrell Milton Morrell Milton pen beef Waldon grand Champion baby Wilmor Juffer and Bill de Jong vol Ney Reserve grand Wilson and Doug Van Champion Short first National Sioux Center Paul dem Herd Reserve Morrell Margaret Reserve Sheldon auction Phil Den Reserve Here Vander Plogg Sioux continued on Page ten the entire faculty has been hired and out of town teachers Are expected to Start arriving this while Many changes in build Ings and equipment have been made during the summer the chief improvement will be the new school which is now virtually this will make available a Largo Balcony area for instrumental music and the new Kitchen and lunch rooms which will Nocom oblate the 200 pupils who cat their noon meal at the school in addition to the usual general cleaning and refinishing of All floors in the changes have been made in the primary building so that both first Grade classes will to taught the room formerly used by the Sec Ond Grade has been equipped with modern furniture for the second first Grade and the room in the Grade building formerly used for the second Grade has been completely remodeler and Rede also remodeler during the sum Mer months was the manual train ing rooms and some new equip ment has been All build Ings have been cleaned from top to John Jack Oliver and John Bonnema have been doing the one new Ford bus has been purchased to replace one being taken out of service after seven years of the same number of buses will be used again this year and Ben Vander a vein will be in charge of the bus Many new books have been Pur chased for the new year and other supplies and equipment have been added to provide better teachers who will make up the staff for the coming semester Are the Kinsey announced this week that All faculty selections for the Public school have been made and that school will open nine now teachers have been hired by the Board of education and All but one have had pre Vious teaching they were listed by Kinsey As follows Ralph a Huron a univer sity of South Dakota Home Joe instrumental a West mar Sioux Arlene is Iowa state Law Ronald High a Olaf Sioux Donna elementary music and High a Gustavus Adolphus Dun Arnold High social a West mar Sioux Arnold fourth a Central Sioux Carol Van third elementary Northwestern College Orange expanded Public school Plant this unusual picture of the newly expanded Public school properties was taken a few Days ago after the completion of Street widening project on that Side of main at the left is the High school the school building if in the Center and at far right is new the hot lunch room and connecting hallway can be seen Between the auditorium and Grade school All buildings will be Complete and ready for with opening of school photo by Bodnar Bill Graham films will be shown Here three Christian films produced under the sponsorship of evangelist Billy Graham will be shown in the Sioux Center Park three nights next 23 and the presentations will be sponsored by the mens Fellowship of the first reformed All three pictures Are described As outstanding Christian messages for screen they arc which will be shown monday Oil town tuesday and London Cru wednesday each film will commence at 8 admission will be a col Lection will be to pay the Public is cordially Roger Destigter on Allstar Ball club the local Junior legion and midget All stars will go to Sioux City by car tuesday August to attend the baseball game Between the Sioux City Soos and the preliminary game will be played by the North West Iowa Junior legion All stars and the Northeast Nebraska Junior legion Roger de Stigter of the local Ball club is a member of the Iowa All Star the group will leave from the Public school at

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