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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 04, 1930, Sioux Center, Iowa39 lev s Hrom n it 1 f 1 k it county school n Tes Sci ool children of the Henry ates school in Omaha studied the Netherlands and hearing about the wet climate and cold Winters decided to make an appropriate gift in the form of a Nice warm quilt with Windmill designs and pictures of boys and girls with wooden shoes the Blanket was presented to the Van an institution of Benevolence in Amster dam according to the latest reports from Amsterdam they Are awaiting the first real cold with eager anticipation l system will lit patented 10 ii auntie families living liners have county Farmers by j c Galloway i been wierd sounds and have j Oxten Siuri farm management specs Nuu c to less Glio sry surroundings la list at a training school to be held hcs the House Lias been tenanted by in the courthouse at Orange City i a succession of families while the starting promptly at a m spook alone remained a permanent livery Farmer in attendance will tenant there has been no report be Given assistance in starting his that the ghost Hurt anyone but it l now night record for the comma Vear an is requested to bring to the meeting with him a list of All livestock crops feed Etc on hand the object of the work is not to pry into the affairs of anyone hut to study their farm business management each Man will keep his own record and will be stills established that it was ing his own record and assistance As needed o new Weed is named to education and ice Cream 1 he Holland american line was Host to thirty Joung students of a Public school near new York after studying the Netherlands for several weeks the were climaxed by i identified As co Bane a trip to tie flagship of the worldx1 Harman brought a Sample to renowned Fleet of the n a s m the farm a Juneau of face refs in Nederland sch Amend Lansche storm my after considerable difficulty Vaart Maat Schappie Holland am Vas identified by members of the sic Levort is the name Given tile new Weed discovered on the h s Harman farm in Capel township this Weed has been noticed for Sev eral Vears on the farm and was once Erica line Here pictures about hol land were shown which were received with the same Youthful enthusiasm As the ice Cream and cookies after the performance the Netherland chamber of Commerce As sponsor of the party and or Paterson Counselor of pub Lic relations Lor the Holland am Erica line acted As master of Cere botany dept of Iowa state College As a Plant known As Alcaria vulgar us but without a common English name after examining the literature r i Crafty curator of the botany dept Iowa state College found that it is was known in Germany As Sichel Kraut and in Holland As Sikkel Scitem so the English name was s annoy we had always thought that the people of Holland Mich were so Coo headed and sober and withal so sophisticated that they didst believe in ghosts All the More reason to believe there is something to this Story just ghost that should one do about bandits hold up filling station Sioux City journal Kock aged 22 was found Lynn conscious outside the barn i Ames de i employer Tunnis Maasen a Farmei 1 carried to obtain but for All their trouble tuesday morning at 4 Oclock an automobile stopped at the Cross Road in the old town after a few minutes two men entered the Moerman fill ing station one of them carrying a gun they demanded the Cash and the Young Moe Nan Bov Whu was in attendance wisely gave it to them fortunately there was Only is thir fun in the till at the time the men left of c of Anil entered a Rord car which bad i 2 3 4 s o 9 to 11 12 15 16 17 13 19 2oe 22 25 24 25 26 29 3o 31 a on hand june 3u i Lute to chapter i Rock Valley Branch s10s562s total membership dues 73ls Lamat ions 5on int on time certificates 3974s v by dues to chapter 1 is 171 dividend from new Bank of Alton 10692 Kock Valley by receipts 5050 Young Farmer fatally injured in fall from barn i veg near Ai Aurice la de Kock died while he was being the House never regaining Ness at the inquest it was Romni conscious danger from exhaust gases personal Comfort should not he sought at a sacrifice of human says the Iowa slate department of Heath and vet this is the Prie Many people pay especially at this time of the veal when cold weather Deal i was the result of a fractured rih which punctured his heart the comes people Are prone to run to cover behind closed that 1 windows and closed garages Mere in an Effort to avoid exposure to o Ceen driven in tront hum the Pitchfork causing the fracture Kock is the son of or mrs John Kock win he Linin near Maurice he leave the i much to in i i ii Bil engine Tan a cold Ime is Spini ii Tuiai Ilia o be As car Cthel weather ads i f starting tile it takes More nine and Liei i the b in Sii Ouli As push by Dur the Nior total Home service 90000 Secre Tays salary 68000 refund to r v Branch 8450 remittance to american red Cross 1j2 memberships 92000 r v by disburse cats 30354 bal on hand june 30 1930 Sioux county chapter Rock Valley Branch 2132835 total i242k9 Hubert Muilan Burro treasurer at City of a Home service report19291930 newspaper adv postage car storage nicene Gas re pair or red Cross j storeroom labor material ibis 397 2120 Center it is supt Kaald of Maurice and i Adcock of the Junior College were the judges a splendid contest is reported and Lull House at tended Sioux Center will a Strong team this year Rock Valley held their annual Home declamatory contest last evening 20 speakers took part and a Fuli House attended mrs Chas h the acted As judge Rock Valley turns out Well for contest work and will have a very Strong team this year minty Smith of Hawarden who was selected a few years ago As an All Northwest Iowa High school half Hack has been selected As an All North Central conference half Back Alin by plays half at Morningside and one o the Best College backs us have seen this Garfield no 7 dedicated their new school House last wednesday night with a thanksgiving program by the children and Short talks by county supt the or Schelling president of the Board and or Mil Ler one of the directors delightful refreshments were served a crowded House attended 1 he teacher and pupils of no 6 Garfiel assisted in the program in no 7 settlers school no 1 has Alicd new map a Gluhic and several new Library Hooks they have one of the newer modern schools Anil arc lining All they can to make their county Contes in Rock Valley contemplates a dutch East indies for Trie Rich she Lias hooked passage icon february 23rd 1931 dutch Industrial fair attracts tourists 1 he 23rd Netherlands industries fair held at utrecht in september had 1012 exhibitors and approximately 100000 buyers the fair is an annual event of International importance attracting Nian tourists l Roni abroad Holland was represented by 610 Booths and displays Ighile America had 35 stands the next fair will be held on March i0th to 19th 1931 w c u Farmers Union meets at Alton evening inc s at the sub our Eian Roork contest will be held in Ile Rock Val key High school t he winners in the last Ioctl contest will compete in this j contest and eve none is Welcome the i admission charges to cover expenses 11 he Twenty five cents 0 Hull news aviation news i he air mail service Between tin Netherlands and the dutch East in Dies has been resumed with re Irula flights the first flight started on september 25th from Amer ram and after october 30th will he continued every other 1 thursday from the same City mail from America May be sent via Amsterdam per air mail to the dutch East indies the fee in addition to the regular postage is per half ounce or fraction Sumatra 35 cents Java 37 cents both the air mail fee and postage must be prepaid with United states Stamps articles for dispatch by this route must Bear the inscription Par Avion on their address Side or preferably have affixed a Blue Par Avion la Bel and must also be marked via a Large dutch brewery is shipping Beer As a publicity stunt per Aero plane to the dutch East indies on the regular Amsterdam Batavia air line a every Stop on the Way a Lottle is t he delivered to tie local who has instructions to Coo it serve it to the aviator and the of the plane wish that we John a Simpsons of Oklahoma City okla newly elected National president of the Farmers Union will come to Alton in Sioux county on december 12 for the last of a series of five speeches which he will make in Iowa Simpsons address scheduled to begin at 1 signed to give 1armers v Nion Mem Bers in Northwest Iowa firsthand Opportunity to hear the National poli cies of the organization discussed and to meet the new National presi Dent Simpson has been which is p 111 is de Loma Farmers Union for the Stra took charge of president of the okla last 14 years he is a positive and for Ceil character and an Abie speaker Simpson was elevated to the Nat ional presidency of the Farmers Union at the recent National convention in St Paul succeeding c f Huff of Sahna kans Simpson has been opposed to Many of the policies of the Federal farm Board and he is expected to discuss this particular phase of Farmers Union policy at length miss aug Eli Emma Wiese left for lots calf tuesday to take up her work in a Large Hospital after spending several weeks vacation at Sam ver Hoef Mitchell Luinstra and Ben Meerdink were Home from Ames for the thanksgiving vacation g j Klein of Sioux Center who was injured in the Accident at the Sioux cite viaduct was a the Hospital he As take Sioux Center patient in Tew Days last week to his Home in the no uhme Nei St Overe file next regular meeting of the w c t u will be held on tucs evening dec 9 at the Home of mrs Jno Boeyink flus being guest even ing All members Are urged to come and bring guests with them the theme of the evening program is Christmas the fact that mesdames Geo de Ruyter we mris and Henry de Kraay compose the program commit ice 111 Falls he breathes the denser Gas and death is almost inevitable tin body has no Protection against such Gas nor is there any indication of it presence a new Type of car Heater depends tee should be an acc native for a Large Rev c Stoppels filled the pulpit of the first presbyterian Church at Sioux cite sunday recognition by fellow Newspaperman from the Hull Index the Sioux Center news has in stalled a rebuilt newspaper press with folder attached similar to til new one installed in the Index three years ago the boys Are sir in Sioux Center a Good weekly be Parer and Mav have in time Rev j Heem the services at the american reformed Church s Recker from Ochey Rien to is our new assistant Barber in Koteles Barber shop g Eshuis of Sioux Center is surgical patient at the Hull i Pital Rev a do Jonge a former Hull pastor declined the Call extended him by the Carmel congregation continued to Page s attendance and let us not forget the pcs flames Jno Boeyink r c Jonge Waard and g of Mots who sure to be up v their reputations s hostesses i he l 1 is sixteen in number were Happy to accept mrs to paskes upon the engine fan for the circulation of hot air within the car under Normal Nii lotions of the open Road this method of supplying warm air to the car is not hazardous but in cities under conditions of slowly moving traffic it becomes n potential danger when the Crl Light stops traffic the exhaust of the car ahead j is sucked into the car behind in a More or less concent rated form resulting in headache an i nausea of the a Surprise part on nov 2s the occasion invitation to Friday Evenin being Adelphos Hirt Eiith biotin his games and Story telling composed the evenings entertainment delicious refreshments followed Furrh Cclia to that which he some dont Plaut to be convinced Hie inability to make an impression on the mimis of certain individuals on the subject of prohibition reminds one of an incident related by Sanford Bates the prison Reform specialist at one time he with his associates was trying to present a certain measure to a member of the Massachusetts state legislature and the Man met his overtures with the statement i do not believe in that do not want to hear about it when asked if he had read the Bill under consideration he replied no i dont want to read the Bill will you listen to me for two minutes lie Ivas asked no t will not was Driver and passengers repeated exposure to such exhaust1 May result in chronic Carbon monoxide poisoning unconsciousness an if not in Aruil death under such conditions the shutter should he closed and the window of the car kept a pc at the expense of Comfort 0 Maurice news bal on hand nov 1 mrs Miv Fisher i have examined the department Hooks checked the receipts and disbursements of the Home service Secretary and find them y Dykstra it women hold meeting no 2 an join afternoon i id miss Helen Cole a Guod Crow a Ami a splendid program was miss Helen Manning pupils in Washington no 7 sock social last tuesday night to a Well crowded Blouse miss Man Ninga has one of the new schools and service i us can to make their school up Odate 166 i to big lose from b who attended the report Oil Are a Clever fellow i of on might convince me and i dont i or and or i will not i i the sunday school convention at Hull 1 tuesday Are Elizabeth Van Harsson Henrietta Brink Dorothy Brink Verna Vanroekel Wilbur de Jong Lester de Kock Ray Vander Wei Bernard Vanroekel with mrs h Rowenhorst As Leader also mrs j Ai Mieras Rev Duiker Florence Hockstra and Dean Oggel the h h club had a Surprise party on miss Lois Vanpeursem Friday evening tie occasion being her 14th birthday misses Civ be Vanpeursem Elnora de Jagur and Cornie Salic i i Fig Arron at the ies parents on 1 thursday afternoon and even ing december i i the women missionary auxiliary of Central reformed Church will hold a Sale and sup per in the basement of the Church 1 he Sale of fancy work Etc will begin at 2 Oclock during the after noon lunch will be served supper will be served from until 7 Oclock tie Price will be 40 cents per plate should 4 or More Mem Bers of one family Purchase tickets the Price will be 35c those desiring tickets please inform mrs Neal Jongco Marci All Are Welcome purebred Bull Sale again successful the third annual purebred Hull Sale heh by Roc born Vermeer and Borgman was again a Success fifteen bulls want to be convince to Vou with much Antall shopping matters and son in mrs Hubert Grerg mat and son sri vere Sou i he j the the c for n Rota of went v Ere ail t from in in the attractive West Branch no 2 and West Branch no 3 have added primary chairs Ami tables our Rural people Are interested in their schools and believe that Good equipment is one of the essentials of a Good school a Cecal county superintendents of Northwest Iowa attended the South Dakota kudu Catinna association at Sioux fails last monday tuesday and wednesday Amymy the leading speakers were Admiral Byrcle or Bruner of columbian a Jurcy of Chicago president Fred Hunter of a cmdr University As Well As Many leading educators of Iowa and South Dakota South Dakota is limit log a new state course of study and much new and valuable information was discussed while there we met a number of former Sioux county teachers who now hold responsible positions in South Dakota we Hope that our patrons teachers and superintendents will Send us news items when they have anything interest about their schools 0 notice notice is hereby Given to All per sons interested that on the Isth by of november 1930 the undersigned appointed by the District firt of Sioux county town executrix f the estate of Henrik Gerritsen fi1ae late of said Ouirt to n v1c7 1 i me Rii Tii Oce having Dpi printing before Christmas arguments pros Tiete be convinced against their irresistible and to Page 8

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