Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
3 Dec 1942

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3 Dec 1942

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 03, 1942, Sioux Center, IowaCage four the Sioux Center news thursday december s Emz local news news mrs Moe Arlo Van veld Alzen or and mrs Wilmer Van Veldhuizen was one year old monday nov 30 a party was held for him which was attended John Van Voorst left wednes1 miss Edith Vermeer spent a few Davs i who Home of her parents or and to Sioux City the latter part of the j week where she will finish her work his name is Jon Wallace his relatives and mrs Walter Van Dyke or and mrs eardly Schuetz at the or Graham clinic which will two children of Lincoln Nebr or i be closed after ii ext week or and mrs Walter Balkema of Sheldon i Graham has left to join the Navy miss and Srp Balkema and Dought Vermeer will save for Wausau wis Kary Margaret of Sioux City were out of town guests at a thanksgiving Day dinner at Sthenic Balkema Home in the near future where she will receive three months of further train ing or and mrs Kenneth Van Vetchel family of Orange City were Sun Day guests at the Fred Den Beste Home or and mrs Jake Koolbeck drove to Sioux City sunday afternoon to visit at the he Breckenridge Home or and mrs ced Versteeg and j at the Bert Van or mrs Marvin de Gooyer or and mrs airs Paul Verrips and children who moved Here from Texas Are staying at the parental Walter Van Dyke Home Verrips is working for the Armour co Plant at Sioux City or Bernard Van Batavia and twin Soas of Steen Minn visited Home Friday at the Home of her parents Rev and mrs Shephard Marvin went on to Chicago Friday the annual Pat Christmas program daughter Park Eula attended a family which was to be held dec 8 has been at the Lyle Johnson Home changed to dec 22 at Orange City thanksgiving Day mrs Jack Bushby and infant son or family Femme near Ireton or and mrs Bernard ver Hoef entertained the Roos relatives at their Home time Day Pap and mrs Heinie Beyer or and mrs Lawrence Dunnick and or and mrs Richard Rikkers were to Sioux Falls tuesday or and mrs John Lagendyk of Avon so came to Hull thursday to see their Nephew Henry Karsemeyer at the John Karsemeyer Home at mrs Harlan Kneppe left for her horns at Waterloo on sunday afternoon after visiting at the parental Rev l a Brun Stag for several Days miss Fannie Schut left for Grundy by Hogan returned Home from Sav Center on tuesday where she will assist with the housework at the or Henry to lome while mrs Mol is recuperating from her recent opera Toni weeks Annah to on wednesday morning where he received treatments for a skin cancer on his nose Lor about two when grief visits a Home As it inevitably must minds Are too heavy to Cope with the Stern realities that Why we assume All responsibility for Detavis at a time of sorrow Vander Plocus have 50 years of experience and know and understand the people of Sioux county Art Vander Ploeg phone 257 mrs Henry from Calif tuesday to weeks visiting parents another relatives in this of cavity he is Cook in an army hos Pifel of the West coast or he Shipman of Rock Valley of Dehaan suffered a severe heart attack sunday and re Mains in critics condition at this time mrs Tena Pajong of Orange City till saturday of last weak in the Edward e Roelofs biome mrs George de Ruyter spent in Sioux City Mizpah Guild Sale Mizpah Guild of Central he Church Jwill Limaye a gift and Novelty Sale at mows garage friday1 and saturday dec 4 and 5 beginning at 1 pm lunches will also be served or and mis heal Schoep and and mrs Bill Beernink we Sioux City callers monday Mel via Borgman will hold a Tea for members of the Mission Guild Tif these is ref Church at her afternoon mrs t grow Hulstein win be assistant hostess de Harriet Huisin veld returned to hav Elock sunday Theressa Moss a com paned her to Greenville both of them Are school teachers or and mrs p Vos had their a Hydren and grandchildren Home Lor thanksgiving Day dinner Clairain vender Schaaf who teaches at Holly Springs spent the weekend at Home or and mrs we Van Sloten of Rock Valley or and mrs f Corwin and children of Larch Wood were thanksgiving dinner guests in the Walt Groeneweg Home also or and mrs John Humme and daughter Dena or and mrs John Van Dyk came to Hull Friday and accompanied their Mother mrs p Westra and Pearl to Sheldon and visited at the p or Home mrs w de Roos also went Slong and visited with her sister mrs we Bergsma or and mrs Jake Moss and son Henry or and mrs r Roubos of Middleburg spent Viday at Corsica at the Sam Brandsema Home mrs Rikkers and her children and grand children were at the la Van Batavia Home thursday eve Bernie Wolfswinkel Art and Willis ten Haker wit their families and mrs a ten Haken had their thanks giving diaper at the we de Home near or and mrs Jake Moss motored to Ruth Tori Minn a Day the past week and visited at the Home of or and mrs Herman de Wilde or and mrs Ben Bonestroo had their thanksgiving dinner at the Bert Bonestroo Home at Perkins it was also the mrs Ben Bonestroo Bert Bouma relation had their thanksgiving gathering thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs Hattie Omeo a Hutch first Baptist Church Grotenhuis at Carmel a Shower was Given at the Henry Louw Home Friday evening honouring Eunice Mouw who became the Bride of Gerrit Hospers this Veek or auders Jake Moss entertained ii Moss relation at their Home on thanksgiving Day Helen Van Batavia and 3 girl friends came from Sioux City wednesday and returned by bus on thursday to re port on duty at the lutheran Hospital the sunday an weekday services at the first Baptist Church Are As Fol lows sunday school at 10 Oclock with classes for All Ages Chas Vander Ploeg superintendent the morning worship service begins at 11 Oclock the pastor will preach on the subject the Happy Man Jebe sunday evening evangelistic service begins at 8 Oclock absence of the pastor who is engaged to in a Bible conference at the morning Gerrit Kramer from Ireton was a Baptist Church of Sioux business caller in Sioux Center wed j pulpit will be supplied each sunday the Kremers Are Well known Here hav i eight by visiting pastors ing lived in and near Sioux Center for the last 30 years 7jrs Joe Sandbulte underwent a Young women missionary Guild of the american reformed Church met tuesday evening at the Arend Oliver Home the ladies Aid and missionary society will meet thursday at the Church with mrs John bolks As hos Tess or and mrs Peter Kroese and 3 children of Sanborn were supper guests thursday at the we de Boom Home or and mrs Nick Vander Kooi and 3 youngest children of Springfield s Dak name to Hull sat eve they have had Sale and will farm near Clinton wis on tuesday they left for Cedar rapids to see their Mother mrs Werkman and then on to Wisconsin v or and mrs Riphagen accompanied by mrs Jane Rozeboom and Daugh Ter Jennie of Sioux Center spent an afternoon the past week in the John Hoksbergen Home or and mrs we de Boom and daughters spent Friday evening in Spencer at the Dave Miller Home or and mrs Albert de wild entertained the de wild relation to a dinner thursday evening or and mrs Egbert Koele had the Vander Kooi relation a their Home saturday evening in Honor of or Ai i mrs thick Vander Kooi miss Irma bolks who attends business College in Sioux City spent the week end at Home children and grandchildren of mrs h Rikl cers gathered at the Home of or and mrs p vender Schaaf on monday evening to commemorate the birthday anniversary of mrs r Rik kers which will be on dec 9th this earlier Date on account of Gas ration ing or and mrs h Hymans had their children Home for thanksgiving Din Ner Harold left on saturday for no Man la where he teaches he enlisted in the Navy Reserve Doris left sunday from Hawarden to Des Moines and go on to Florida Myra left sunday from Orange City for Pella the helping hand society of the Christian ref Church served lunches at Mulders Sale monday and a Nice sum was added to the Treasury or and airs m Stientjes and Chil Dren were at Sheldon thursday eve they took the children of or and mrs Jerry Dykstra of Sioux Center along while their Barents called on their Mother mrs w Vander Wilt at the Hospital in Hull and later they also went to Sheldon together Tjie evening was spent at the Hessel Dyk Stra Home Harold son of or and mrs w vant Hul who was Home on a 9day leave from ithe Navy at the great lakes left again saturday from Alton Friday evening a Farewell Parr iwas enjoyed at the John bolks Hosae by several of his Roung or and mrs de Van children for their Rome at Corsica so they partook of a thanksgiving dinner thurs eve at the parental it hubers Home at Home and on Sun returned to new Ell Iowa or and mrs Alco Conrad of Ells Worth Minn wore visitors act the Frances de Graaf Home on Sundar mrs Frank de Boer arrived in Hull thurs from Calif to be with her Mother mrs p de Jong at i Hospital and will visit her relatives or and mrs Bernie Van Batavia and twin boy from Steen Minn were at the Bert Van Batavia Home Friday or and mrs l Van Batavia were sunday supper guests in the Henry Huisin veld Home at Boyden mrs Ben Gritters and son Albert of Woodstock Minn visited her rela Tives a few Days of this week keep cows from Cornstalk Fields stalks Lack essential milk nutrients cows May go off fee d Cornstalk Fields Are no place for milk cons even though it is essential Chat every bit of feed be used this year says Floyd Johnston Iowa state col lege Extension Dairyman any Iowa Dairyman whose conscience Hurt by Idle stalk Fields will do bet Ter be in financially and patriotically if he utilizes feed by pasturing with nor milking or feeder cattle it Points out every Pound of Cornstalk consumed by a producing Dairy Anima will up place that much feed which has a higher nutrient Content Itie Mevit Auie result is drop in production another Darger of pasturing Dairy animals in Cornstalk is that the udders Are Likely to be injured by the stalks Myrtle Westra charges suppression of will in new District court Case Lyon county Myrtle Wes tra filed a petition in District court Fri Day asking judgment against Auie b Brinkman and Richard j Brinkman charging the defendants with suppression of a will and appropriating the proceeds of the estate of Ben to even George according to petition to even died on january ii 1937 leaving a a Refl in which the plaintiff and her minor Stan Stanle Westra were named recipients of a farm in county the will was on january 19 1931 and according to the plaintiff was suppressed until june 4 1942 when she procured a court order directing that the Wilmpje produced and was then subsequently filed cd barges suppression the plaintiff alleges in her petition that said defendants Allie b Brink Man a daughter of Ben Hoeven and f Cascade a vhf i Wist can Comett Ted in 1929 and 78 Hills in Ith Gih is the Incisi Kait Way Iff the we Stern be first f our aunt Cal Fri Cal mrs Tuli f and opc8a to of wis Clit Muht Arl dismantled for Chotki Euloh to Smi construct Iii 139697 Shiy Iliavi a Fth of for till pas1 yiak5 the Irwin terms Hasquet 75 toffs of scrap transportation first Rhc Ilid Jet Cin of Waszil Heth the hair ohs capital from salj1 Mori on August 25th 1835 All income rents profits of the prop arty and conditioned that the said life estate shall be managed and controlled by my Ennor As appointed trustee the indebtedness on the property Wasto be reduced a year Accord ing to terms of the will and in Case the plaintiff is not living and her son is not living then the title shall go to the daughter Allie Hoeven by Drikman the plaintiff demands judgment a against the defendants for 530000 with interest and costs of the action la Corcoran Sibley and Simon Fisher and Vic Collman or Rock rapids attorneys represent the Palin Tiff rain maker Sale dates Fri nov 2t 3eo w Pas sat nov 28 Ernest Campbell Mon nov 30 Leonard Gerriet Imback at work agin i 6gger on Suyin lots of Bonds to help our says dont All sup to be Sigried up for 10 by few years Western league of girls societies Richard j Bria Kmari tue dec Klaus Hector will meet thursday in Hull at the Christian ref Church inane of and Mig John a Ojele motored to Mankato Minn thurs to be with their daughters Velma and Phyllis they returned on Friday Phyllis Koele and Glara Faber came Home with them to see the basketball the girls Lej toned on saturday with nurse Evelyn or and mrs Jooma or and mrs Peter Bra Oumar and mrs and Iris Gernt Van after the death of Hoeven suppressed 1 wed dec 2 Andrew Plender and secreted the will and proceeded to have the estate probated As an in Testate estate 7 the petition further states that the defendants As a result of suppressing the will were Able to dispose and did i j i o t sur sum and air and mrs Art Van Peur Seia dispose of to an innocent purchaser for value and appropriated to their own use the proceed from the Sale Sioux county land according to the will Myrtle Van thurs dec 3 Richard Schoeneman Fri 4 Peter ten Kley sat dec 5 Allen Muilenburg Mon dec 7 Benschneider Tuest dec 8 Ulrich Kock 9 we Vanhorssen Hoksbergen and de Roos relation had their family gathering at the win Riphagen Home thanksgiving Day Henry Karsemeyer left again1 this week for new York for further service evening to help mrs Henry Kro Mendyke celebrate her birthday anniversary Alice vant spent the weekend the Sioui thurs dec 10 Ben Kooi Fri dec h Andrew Jungers 12 Craid Calsbeek Mon dec 14 Jake Dee Hartog tues dec 15 Triupis Overman 15 ladies Aid Sale Rock rapids at 8 p m wed dec 16 open thurs dec 17 Vincent Sitzman at estate described Ashe so of j frit Dew Herbert Tion 22 Ana Nee of new 6t Section 321 sat Dee 19 t 41 township Jmon dec 21 Billy Hubner Akron Bor filiss Groggins if buy War Bonds in the army or and mrs Henry Huisin veld Rev John Meyer of Morningside Baptist Church will be the guest speaker Baptist Church sunday even ing his subject will be from a Des ma3or operation at the Oelrich Hospital Ert of religion to the Joy of on tuesday and als had her appendix mrw estra will be with him to give Nis testimony in the Holland language i pm Al Muth who suffered a ser she will receive medical care or some time mis c Brinkman is confined to 5ier Ted for several Days As the result to god a of a fall late sunday evening no i Braes were broken although she received a bruised leg Gertrude Brink Man has been absent from the store the weekday services Are As Fol 1 prayer meeting on tuesday night Mission Circle will meet this at the Home of mrs Mike webbing of Orange City at thurs Day evening Bible study class at Oclock at the Home of or Chas Van Der Ploeg study to show thyself approved in Workman that needed not to be ashamed rightly Dividio the word of truth one has said Well either Giva this for several Days and is caring for her generation hell generation god or god will give this Mother and mrs John Louwerse and children and Brand mrs Marinus supper guests at the k Louwerse Sibine this is the of every bom again person to win someone else to the lord Jesus Christ we read in the word of god he is a proverbs Welcome every one to All the ser vices of the first Baptist Church pastor pc Kastelein 3exi Degooyer former Star reporter of the Sioux Center news Force writes is now a full fledged first Christiana ref Church defense worker being employed by the Vega aircraft corp at Burbank t cart she does precision Assembly j work and some riveting of plane parts swears dark glasses and is on the night shift she says it is quite a from the Cirk she did in Sioux Center but rather interesting he spite of All j the Racket that goes on address is 121 w Milford Glen cd or Sejm Burrows i 6 Rev m pastor Sermon am i Lipins 2 at prayer 18 4046 peace lutheran Church Hugo Beyer pastor or and mrs Tome Bruin Wel corned a baby girl last Friday mom Jug nov 27th she has been named Darlene and she has one Bro ther two years old of Boyden Rev and mrs Douwstra were dinner guests at the Bert Van Batavia Home Day or and mrs Francis de Graaf and children were at Rock Valley thurs or and mrs Laurence Sibley or and mrs Henr Wissink went to Holland Nebr tuesday and came evening Little Lois Jean stayed with her grandparents or and mrs John Wolfswinkel or or and mrs John Douma and Chil Dren and grandma Douma had thanks giving dinner at the Luke x Bruns Ting Home word came to Hull saturday morn ing that mrs Joe Bomgaars of Middle Burg had died at the Home of her son John Harlan bos was six years old nov 25th so he treated his room primary and first Grade of the Public school to Candy bars or and mrs we Riphagen and daughters Mildred and Leona spent t Fri a Sioux Center at the parental f Riphagen Home s or los Ethel Ray and son Henry har Ris and Ann de Haan of Sheldon or and mrs h Van Zee and son Dickie of Rock Valley enjoyed their thanks giving dinner at the Nick Koele nine mrs Jake Moss and son Henry and Arthur spent a Day the past week in Sheldon at the Home of mrs Minnie Huibregtse sirs Peter Westra had All of her children and 35 grandchildren Home thursday afternoon a Shower was Given saturday even ing at the Henry Koele Home honouring mrs let Ray Koele by relatives and friends and on monday evening another Shower for her in Rock Valley Joe Bomgaars and family had their thanksgiving dinner at the parental Schalekamp Home at Sioux Center Rev Stegeman of Orange City will conduct the services at the american ref Church Sun Rev Jager has a classical appointment at Trinity Church in Orange City or and mrs p Vos left by train Friday evening for Chicago and will visit at the James Wesley Amundsen win also gave Hertes the Choice Christmas Trees school service confirmation instruction saturday Forenoon from 9 to 12 Luther league meeting sunday eve family also their Grid soil Elmer vant ening at this will be a yearly Eul and wife at grand rapids Mich meeting dec 9th will be the annual the ladies Aid will meet next week gation meeting of the first reformed Home they also intend to go to Michi Gan to their son Rev John Vos end John Tenharmsel who has b Dartman accepted wednesday at pm serving com j a position with Wiersma and Vander Mittee mrs Edw Degen mrs pc i or and mrs John Humme were at Bosch of Sheldon to drive a Gas trans Dierks entertainment committee mrs is Nora a Day the past week in the port from Sheldon to Council Bluffs j Frank Miller and mrs Ernest Miller John Vyeji Wyk homa Dena Humme be will Start his regular schedule there the brotherhood will meet wedness who had been with her sister a few week i Day evening at next week j Days returned Home with them visit to land at our chr8stmas store Stee toys 39c up All kinds to every Little girl Happy m for colouring painting Reading writing poetry stories pictures cutouts Montana Long Needle Trees wont drop Christmas decorations lighted wreaths indoor Light strings 39c outdoor Light strings 98c new tree decorations of Alt kinds tree stands sturdy firm 59c target games a w children enjoy 9e and wind up trains and up the Christmas store remember to shop Early a Good Many of these toys cannot foe replaced t

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