Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
20 Aug 1930

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20 Aug 1930

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage two Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa thursday August 20 1930 Sioux Center Market Corn s6 Oats 31 Parley hogs up to 102 eggs Center swimming Pool local news prof and mrs de Zeeuw and Sioux children of Michigan have Berr ing their Mother mrs de Zeeuw and other relatives Here the past few in addition to its Many other is Yve eks j Tractive features Sioux Center has i required a place for swimming it is or and mrs John in t veld and i three Miles East of town and children returned saturday after a open disc known As the county Grav with relatives in South Dakota porn spite of its Humble Aringia it i into a very the misses Elizabeth and Bel Nice j pm Mulder and Art Moeller left some Day some eau Prisin m of to t i r 1 to Truman and Amy Tepaske Are sex lifted Home from Ames next week trere they Are attending College or and mrs Clarence Talen and Feaby from Ogilvie Minn visited Here and elsewhere in the county the past week or Reynold Postma of Granville Illinois and James Postma from Jamesville Wisconsin who were Here for their mothers funeral have re Umed to their respective monday for a few Days pleasure trip j going to lease the acre to Canada ready Ted by the county rut up a1 Sra maker of Grundy Center has bought 80 Cre of Hare and North East of Hull at 108 per acre Bertha Jans who was for weeks at a Rock Valley Hospital a completely recovered Rev w p Van Wyk from grand hands Mich visited Sioux Center frieds conday Rev w Kok and family of Zee land Mich Are visiting neighbourhood sunday Rev supplied the pulpit in Lebanon Henry Snith and daughter Aice were Sioux City visitors thus div Gerrit and Bert Van be Brake and sister Alicia and miss Gertrude de toot plan on leaving tuesday for Des Moines where they will at tend the state fair or and mrs John Vermeer of or Ange City were guests of Sioux cent Ter relatives sunday evening j the misses Eldine Dyshon Esther Bergman Dorothy Bee Minic Lier Tilda de Boer and Margaret def shorn Edward Dykshorn and Art Van de Berg spent last week a the lakes Nih House and serve our y with the favorite summer sport it a would be Best if it were made s con Unity project big damage suit the party at Orange City who i the victim of a Tara Feather Epi Sode lately is reported to have started suit for against the alleged offenders More particulars will be forthcoming r e Virun sting family had a Park 2 Brun Stags lets go something woke us up out of our Winters jeep Back in the ring and feel Ling Peppy next week no news gathering ice and Tell us f Rienus in i the misses Wilmina Van de Nellie Kuiper Ethel and Harriet t Grotenhuis Harrietta Van de Berj Josephine Doornink drove to a Rohs Park Friday and spent the Dav 21 Rev n Ocheyedan i f campagne installed the Broad j casting equipment used at the Sioux of Kocens and family o i county fair the work produced called on Sioux Center everything Dej Jred in the Way of re the Christian school society of Soux Center will hold its annual meeting on thursday evening aug 01 questions attendant upon the the new school year will was taken to the you should do your Canning next week peaches will be higher cajun 124 for fancy California Alberta peaches Large and medium sizes All free Stone also fancy Basket pears pears Are cheap this year italian prunes will be Here next wee there will be a real Price on these we sell Ball Mason fruit jars the old reliable style ij2 Gallons quarts and pints quarts round or Square we have them both ways we still have that old reliable Price i j2 Gallons 980 quarts pints 6oc All kinds of specials this week in different lines we pay High Market Price for your products if you dont believe us try us and find out for your self How much of can save on your products and on your buying ibs fancy cookies 49c 2 bus Plain cookies 39c Gerrit Eshuis relatives wednesday mrs h Brandes and two sonars Fred Schneider and son from is it wednesday for grand rapids j Ramona s d Are visiting with her Mich for a Short stay with he parents or and mrs we Bierma relatives and friends appendicitis operation the r Wielinga Home was gladdened by the arrival of a on last saturday the body of John Jansen who we have served faithfully in different ways during past years of our mercantile life and aim to continue that policy which brought Money in your pocket news get every interesting features or h Brandes is proving to be was drowned last week is subscribe for the Sioux cent i a Good help to the new editor of the it was found that he get Ever Issue we Promise news he has been the newspaper was not but that death for Sioux Center the last seven to heart failure our readers ten years his acquaintance with the remember Reading of the trag Cople is helpful to the new publish at Hollock Minn or Jansen ers As is his familiarity with the print overcome n a Effort to save his ing shop there is Mitch to learn and fifteen old son who fortunately the newcomers have already Learned water by his some of the difficulties met with in 1rotnerthe boy tried also to save his father but could not Holh both Van Der Heuvel was oper red on at the Hull Hospital for appendicitis she returns to her Home the latter part of the week or and mrs a h Mann out f Lorn Freeport 111 Are visiting at the de Kraay Home for a few Days How any 1 1 7 y right now the Man can do it for years Rev and mrs Martin Hyink of i Lucille Balkema and Martina de Castlewood s d Are visiting at the spent a week at the lakes with de Kraay Home for a few Days z of the College friends Kraay a baby girl arrived at the Walter Kuiper Home or and mrs John top of ire Tor Are visiting at mrs j Wiekamp father but could not hold at one time so he swam to Shore with his brother and returned to look for his father but then it vols too late or John top went to Hallock to attend the funeral but was too late for the services read the Quality meat Marker and in another part of this paper Bert rens Cut his hand while Shar so ripening a a few stitches and h is doing n r by United we stand divided we fan lets go lets go we All Are glad with the rain the old smiles Are com ing Back lets go people we Are to serve you Well As it should be Sieperda Kuhl Frank Bomgaars oldest daughter 1zd her tonsils removed at the his Hospital so also the Albert Van put Ter youngster miss Bori icon her vacation in Indiana and Illinois Arnold Evenhuis from Sioui gov visited sunday at the Gerrit Boevink ast sunday Rev Van Dyce of the Netherlands preached at the old reformed prof and mrs do Jorg and children of Chicago were guests the Rev Brunsting Home last sunday or and mrs Gys Huvner and a Vii Kuyper drove to Marion s Dak wednesday or and mrs Asa Tui Lennura and r Vermeer with their families spent a Day last Veek at Cherokee miss Henrietta Eppink who is in training at the presbyterian hospita1 in Chicago is spending her vacation Tith her parents or and mrs j Eppink Home David Broek son of will Rorek while visiting at Alvord nit his an he Verv severely White Riding a horse he is Heing taking care of by the Doc Tor and is making satisfactory Gress toward recovery pro or an mrs s Ramaker of Gnu he Juffer Iotta who spent a number f weeks with their children her Are Jay and John r turning to their this or h h Jensen and family left Sioux enter last saturday for a week vacation Jiey will spend their Holiday with relatives at mrs Jen sen m Osh cosh Wisconsin Neal Mouw is moving the House from the Wesselink farm four Miles and one mile West o town to Rev Ralph Van Der pol and wife called at the parsonage for a few hours they have returned to their lome in Danfort lit which is about 70 Miles South of Chicago on the y Home Van Der pol of i Fulton on sunday next Farmers subscribe for the Sioux interesting features mrs w Van Steenwyk and laugh i miss Alice Wesselink the pastor read the marriage form last Friday evening just pre feeding the teachers meeting to or we Van Sloten and miss Frances Van Der Bok both of Rock Valley they will make their Home in Pease Minn where he is engaged n teaching our superintendent has in mind a class for every one and every one in his class of course we want to help him if there is something not Plain j Gall bladder operation the Bourc of am sure Gla help he is John Kempers you know dont sell your cows Bomkamp and Brandes went to grand ran Iris Mich last monday with two air friends saturday we received Center notice that or c Bouwkamp was news get eve Issue we Roniss brought to the huh hos Nitai for a Ter Frances were Sioux City visitors monday mrs up Inerda and children Lanthon and Wilhelmina and Pearl de groot sent a few Davs at the lakes this week the g de Ramiv held a reunion at the Rock rapids Park thursday Home Friday after spending the sum Mer at Sioux City business College Kemp boys were notified to returned 1ome at once and arrived Home again after about 30 hours from the Send ingot the Telegram Garret b Kempers is snendi2 i or and or Vern Beisman hav weeks at the Home of his Parent moved to Sioux Center from Sheldon or Kempers tonight history at the or Beisman is the new Barber pm University of Cincinnati last year played by Lubbers of the Lubbers red has accepted a position it Rebarber shop University of Michigan next Yew mrs j Mieras and children Rev prof John Muyskens former and mrs Ralph Van Der pol of or Sioux county visited Sioux in Dan Forth til were be Mars callers Ler last Friday he lectured at the monday come in to see the Friend Grain elevator and Addink i nivers Irv of Wisconsin this my Mer he titans to return soon to Ann new Farmers j Arbor Mich where he is a Merber j at addin Kyc the faculty i i i subscribe or and mrs Lou re Teker and news get children Mavrice and Jane left interesting thursday for n few weeks visit with relatives it Denver Colo going by Vav of the Buck Hills Rev a and family a turned tuesday night from their i nation a de Pree and family rectum we idiom their visit t Chicano for the Sioux Center eve Issue we Promise features Ted sub r Perkins the of recently Bench Enice station Erners he took posses re i did you Ever try this Rule put in tile form of a Standard if every Tody did just As i do what kind of a sunday school would Ive have mrs terns Chirt was caller monday be tic ver piece fun Vav kel1 minion Tiedt or the Sheldon Park those present from Here Werr Prenci mrs Nea ton Zwaard or or and mrs l Rericker the Tail men in town shrank t the size of boys one Day last Ven a giant walked our streets this fellow measured seven and a rial Iver and looked taller in his Light f outer and Swallow Tail coat a Lin f walked tip to him and said von r urling on Stilt Tho a Pant leg plucked wans Wrd does that ook urst reformed Church l a pastor we join with the Many who wish nor of the Sioux Cen to Secis Success As we enjoyed the old May pc a nov the cooperation tra Fellowship of the new Wel come no cur Toun Roe lots Broth of Roetman Nisi son Albert two daughters were guests Tris wee t a their parents and grandparents i or and mrs Henry Smita i a son of or and mrs Der shoot was Lvcy Friday evening teachers meeting tie pastor certainly was to Sec such a goodly number out would like to see you too at we have not heard of any seriously sick mrs Den Herder is bad Home again from an operation at the Lemars Hospital she is still weak l Lut us remember her we Hope for a speedy recovery of All our sick last week wednesday the congregation met for a Sowaal hour at the Church some speeches were made a j m chorus of girls Sang some delightful numbers big sur prize for the Pas Tor and his family was the presenta Tion of a stove to them from the congregation refreshments were served those in the manse say to All inter ested come in and see the new stove next sunday morning the Sermon Jill be in English and in the after Roon Holland morning topic presen Day pop ular excuses afternoon topic Hoe Tan Iemand ten Tweede male Zeboren Worden Christian Endeavor is education Worth what it costs Why the Leader is Elmer Den Herder president 1 due to the drouth Cream production has Dun i shed we can handle More Cream after observing the general production of Ream in the weft we wish to give the Dairy Fanner following advice feed your cattle Well because tall prices Are coming up Many states have fallen of in Cream production Dairy Farmers in Large re ions have been forced to sell their Herd you can Benefit by getting your cows to Peak production be the actual shortage is Felt the Rains of Early his week Are the first substantial boost for you Farmers Mutual Coop c8ewe8y Sioux a mrs Iowa s s by b b Means b b e

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