Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 25 Dec 1930
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 25, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage three Sioux Center news e e Roelofs mgr Edito published weekly entered As second class matter at the Post office at Sioux Center Iowa subscription per year display advertising 30 cts per Inch i Ocaris 10 cts per line the Sioux Center news seeks to serve its readers with the Best info mation available on subjects of in Terest not commonly taken up in Dai papers on controversial Gutsy of we mean to present both sides an All facts we do not expect that of readers will always agree with of our opinions but we should like t have our readers feel that they a honestly held our columns a always open to opinions of other and we Welcome any facts and arguments that seek to further the cause 01 truth and right Are More in to crested in truth than in winning an argument Christmas for unto you is born this Dav in the City of David a Savior which is Christ the lord ordinarily Bethlehem was a very Luiet town off the Busy roads it i nestled in the Hills of Judaea with Little change since centuries ago when jesses son herded sheep there play ing his Harp the while though now it was known As the City of David israels greatest King it enjoyed a quiet Fame this Day a change had come Over Bethlehem there was unusual Busy Ness people had come from far and near in obedience to their Ceasar some had come to profit from the occasion there were manufacturer and traders borrowers and Lender Farmers and herdsmen All of thei jews from everywhere in the roman Empire they had put up at the inn to the nonce a Busy and profitable place it was an interesting evening wha with meeting friends and pm Anc Friendly strangers there an officer connected with the Der o education suggests that night schools be opened to give courses to the unemployed he rays there Are people in our country who Are deficient in Reading and writing and that adult education would help them As Well has give work to Many unemployed teachers it would be a mistake what would happen if we make the Mill ions of poor Labouring people articulate imagine them giving expression in speech and writing to what they feel imagine them learning to so Well that they could find out just what is wrong with things Why it would mean revolution for the interests to Prosper the masses must remain stupid diverting Eer sure Start the new year with a i accomplish something hurry beat time with Energy Well spent but when you come to Christmas relax and meditate on All that Christ May Naan learn Well your lesson and be merry running comment g e 8 were stories and Exchange of Mem ories adventure and grievance to hear and Tell there was Exchange of gifts and bargaining for a Price there was song and Happy laughter who then would notice the appear of one Joseph from a far Village Anc a Man of Little note the innkeeper too eager for jollies company and a sure Price turned away the Chance of Fame for kindness this was Busi Ness Why disturb it with sentiment this was a season of affairs who would Stop to think of a woman in distress so Joseph and Man sought shelter in a barn and that night when god announced to the world the birth of his son he sent Angels to Teil it to simple shepherds on the Hillside while Busy men at the inn lived on with no thought that they had the sorry part in the greatest event in history a prominent exse vice Man in California started a movement to keep or Einstein from visiting that state because Einstein is a pacifist the California apparently is one of those too common americans who identify patriotism with belligerency his idea one encouraged by Ballyhoo newspapers seems to be that in or Der to be an up and up american one must be suspicious of everybody and angry at somebody he would dispose of or Einstein ont of the few great intellects in the world t Day by calling him pacifist giver the word a sneering twist and on because he is too Tow in the scale o development to live on the plane with him pacifist what is wrong with tha 1 take it to be an adjective describing one As a Lover of Peac what is so wrong and dangerous about that it is High time that tha word and some others too comes better favor among us since Cain slew his brother of that he thought sufficient cause Lave prayed for peace but have Arm d against each other awaiting on occasion to Siam since marriage is the topic of the old year and Happy new year you May have noticed n Why of last week a Blank space and below it this sentence the is an exact reproduce on of my Conception of heavy this is defense Mechan thought by calling nothing and All the while absorb in the serious business of Matri Lony marriage itself is quite a serious thing but thought about it is of necessity ridiculous nonsense when your emotions Are afire you abandon yourself to under no circumstances think you go under when you get married but you dont drown unless you think some poet said a Good Man married is a Good Man fearing nothing lets think about marriage and emotions and love Alan May sigh for past glory woman Rule and Alimony Romance is a sordid Story Paul was Are phony ave earn the Cash and they do the spending we do the thinking they do the voting we eat the biscuits and dare do no the last few issues of the Sioux Center news have been bristling with controversy and As is usual in a the editor much interested m what or getting a and or a Joon wrote for the last Issue on the paving question we Are always pleased to give space to any reason Able contribution the articles by these men Are worthy of the attent1 to ills ditto curries he Ion and thought of our readers beit y it the barbarian method cause they present a Point of i remember from school Days certain Type of boy whose Only mean of self assertion was to Blacker somebody eyes he was always carrying a Chip on his shoulders be cause he had nothing else on them he was generally too stupid to apply to his difficulties he and an honest argument when or Nettinga asks what is the reason that voters do not understand the questions that come he puts a question that we often wonder about and when he suggests that it is because the coun try presses Are at fault because they never dig anything up for themselves lie hits the country presses on a weak spot with a fair blow what he says of the country newspapers is Gener ally True the Small newspaper is in a position to be a mighty Agency for enlightening the citizenry and no Small measure of the Folly and corruption in our Public affairs is due to their stupid neglect when he blames us for it he is perfectly right it is True we Are a pretty stupid lot most of us never have an idea on anything never think an Foht them Independent thought and get of facts predigested some of us who do essay to say things Are too ofte of winning his Point by Appeal to Torce he was practically unable to discern Between right and wrong Lair and unfair and made no distinction Between what was Worth lighting for and what was futile i became very familiar with this Type i took Many a beating from him but i deny that because of that he Ever won the Point at Issue it is doubtful if Force Ever really settled anything if i read history right it proves that All that has Ever been done toward real solving of our human problems has been done Byj the application of intelligence every Appeal to armed Force admit the bankruptcy of intelligence the statesmen make a mess of things an cant think their Way through the Call on the army to muscle it of old men make wars Young me Teresa with a lev influenced by one or the other in notable exceptions our country newspapers Are run by Prin ters and not by editors it is High time our country clientele men like or Nettinga and thousands like him upon whom the ultimate Burden of government rests Challenge us for honest information and unbiased opinion they have a right to look to their newspaper for that much we profess to be in the Busi Ness of sening our Public with such information As they need in the con duct of their affairs and to furnish them with the materials upon which War is a remnant of barbarism we have in the slow process of Ages left behind us most barbarian Cus Toms Fau Twar is one we have carried along unless we learn to shake off this remnant it will one Day drag u Back to barbarism to base their conclusions if Wetch Gentian imm do it we deserve rebuke about that War is the application of gang Ster methods on a Large scale one Einstein is Worth More than All the generals in the world Geni Pershing said i Pray Fer vently that there will be no More War with All my soul i hate it have seen it in All its is ers Hinga pacifist too what would give us water and a smile bats provoking marry you spite of your sensible pose Boss you and Lead you around by the nose kill your ambition Stop you from Fame and strut about proudly using your name and Why Henry Why Don you see what youre doing of matrimonial idiot is it sup ply and demand youre sure you Are not standing on change Able would get you some time marry be marry Case of this kind the matter is gradually taking on the aspect of person Al recrimination now in my Opin Ion nothing makes More interesting Reading than a series of articles of a controversial when the discussion involves Pride for and loyalty to my Home on the other hand when an argument descends to the plane of personal calumny the Reading of it in Public print is As embarrassing to a self respecting individual As listening in on a family quarrel As fas As i know h is loyalty to Soo cent has never been questioned and certainly so and is As officials of the town Are above suspicion in that respect As a citizen h b has a perfect right to criticize where he sees faults and As officials s c and e s Are duty bound to consider these criticisms and if Nec Essary Correct false impressions neither party will gain by making faces at the other As i said at he beginning i am not above enjoying a Good dog fight myself in fact i might even be heard calling an encouraging sic pm to either party or both but let us stay by the rules of the game All right boys altogether now on the chorus my Home town is the place for me i know my friends and they know me main streets Darker than old but it has no debt of broken dreams to pay you can have your on room Kir Chenette and Bath ill take a Little cottage on a wind ing path so never More ill roam from my Home Sweet my Home towns the Price for me w j h the year draws to a dose ones inclined to halt repose to reflect with sober thought on what its past Days have brought when i calmly meditate on the work which Lay in wait for my hands during the year 1 experience much cheer your Success so much depends on the Good will of your friends a gratitude is truly due the people that favor you so my friends who gave me lifts 1 appreciate your gifts for 3our jobs High Low All ranks please accept my Hearty thank adv c de Vos 0 Al m attorney at Law special Holiday ice Cream per per excellent dessert Best Quality rest prices Hull Creamery Hull Iowa s estates wills contracts abstracts and All other Legal matters i Sioux Center la i 0 notice Carpenter work wanted j by g h Hoeder and son phone thanks w j h the fight is All Over e s came in and offered us the Best Cigar he could buy and we Shook hands and s Bee in twice to express his kind Mcelin toward us this Little scrap was just a Friendly bout and maybe w acted very much like kids but wha is the difference Arent grown ups often like b for Sale pure bred shorthorn Bull 1 years old Nick Buyert 3 Miles North and half mile West of Sioux Center add Sale a Model t Ford truck with extra shift will Trade for pigs phone 390 am e Lammers for Sale thoroughbred Hul Stein Bull about two years old phone 4 on 111 j w Kosters Tammi Gas grocery famous for Fine foods 264 sugar 6ibs 37c dates Mew crop i5 raisins 2 pounds 19c pork and Beans 3 cans 27c Cleanser 3 cans 20e prunes Large can 30c strawberries Large can 30c Logan berries arge can 30c tomatoes 2 cans 25c Grapefruit can 29c chips Jarge pkg 22c Ivory flakes 22c peas Beans dry bag 25c Peanut butter Jar 25c Rice 3 pounds 21c cookies Pilgrim i he Box 25c crackers Waldorf 2 pounds 35c Graham crackers 2 Pound Box 35c soap swifts naptha s bars 27c Sweet potatoes 3 pounds 25c lettuce Large Heads 2 for 25c flour mar Bro 49 bag in five sack lots we deliver sow about 260 ibs strayed away from my place please Lotife phone 4 on 111 j w Kosters for Good work horses will feed horses to March 1 John Deere 2 Row cultivator 1 set work harnessed p or Sam p Schut merry Christmas and a Happy new year watch this space for winning numbers next Issue thanks everyone Jansma jewelry company and we Are wishing All our friends a merry Christmas merry Christmas when the Days get Short and cold and your car is hard to Start conic and have our experts tend it and your car would act right smart mob lot to ease the bearings crankcase Oil to save the gears lubrication is insurance dividends on Gas pay for arrears Quality has been our motto Low Grade Gas weve banned thru Winter find Point and initial aught to mean a lot to Start your Auto Good dividend coming cooperative Gas Oil Sioux Center Iowa
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