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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1955, Sioux Center, IowaTelevision is Suid to be still in its infancy some major changes arc going to take place in the years ahead according to Trade re ports and soon lowering outdoor to antennas will be As out of Date As the old fashioned radio aerials that were Strung Between two High poles in Back Yards gone also will be the visible lines that Cross the screen when the set is in tune according to a forecast in the january number of the radio elec tropics Magazine heres whats in the to picture for the future third dimensional pictures that Bave depth and color Brilliant pictures that can be viewed in Bright sunlight big picture but the entire set will be volume 63 number 46 Center of Sioux county Iowa pfc for official City and county newspaper thursday january 20 1955 Sioux electric meeting to be held in Orange City 11 nominated for directors positions plans for the 17th annual meeting the Sioux electric Cooper association in Orange cite wrap Unn Monea Active Assoc Orange City were announced this week by Fred will be Hung on the Wall like Ai t m picture the front Glass 1030 am plastic for plate will be the speak 30en done m a number or with the agitating mechanisms i previous years the electrical around the edges All controls dealers of the territory Are Coop the in the town Hall wednesday Jan 26 beginning will be Pushbutton operated and higher Price sets will be fully automatic turning themselves on for certain programs a Button crating in an electrical show which j will be held simultaneously in the basement of the town Hall it is expected that there will be Dis will control broadcast or closed i lays of a the latest equipment circuit reception you will be Nome and farm appliances with Able to subscribe to certain the demonstrations of Grams such As opera or Broadway of the ate models productions and get this be busness meeting will con you will be Acle to use your to Slusi of tale annual reports of the set to protect your to Jive from burglars by subscribing to a Monitor ing service someone will watch your Home for you through your own television set making it difficult for any intruder to enter the House without being seen these things and Many More improvements Are promised for the future the present television set is in about the same stage radio was in when sets were hooked to a storage Battery and a couple of b and c batteries so before you Cut a deep cavity in the Wall for officers and committees covering the past years business and activities the members will hear from president Fred Vanderham arid Secretary h j Shoemaker and the treasurers report will be Given by Albert Ramaker of Sioux Center manager Eugene c Mulder will make the operational re port to elect directors the election of directors is a very important part of the Busi Ness of any annual meeting and this year three directors Are to be to Rush to fire a Bride of Only a few min utes spent an anxious hour at the Church Friday evening after the Groom rushed Home to help put out a fire in his mothers House the interrupted wedding took place at the first reformed Church in Hull the vows had been spoken and the Happy couple were receiving the congratulations of the guests when the recep Tion was interrupted by word that the grooms mothers Home was on fire on a farm Between Boyden and Hull practically every male in the Church rushed to the scene about an hour later the Groom and Many of the others your to set better figure out a two year term the what youll put in its place after ors terms expire this returned to the reception of the set comes out to be Hung on year Are Gillis Haverdink Shermy Ter tie Boyden fire depart the Wall i at township Orange City Alvin i put out the Blaze i Linch Grant township Sheldon John Kroon who is spending j h Logan town the Winter months in St Peters pm Hawarden there Are four i Borg Florida is having quite a lot of fun addressing dont Yourish rectors whose terms do not expire this year and they Are Chas f j3j4r Youwer Here notes to his friends y3yer Plato Rock Vai Back in Sioux Center but his friends Are also having fun there giving him the raspberries for picking the wrong Winter to go South they Are telling him they Haven lifted a shovel of Snow All Winter and that there int enough ice around to chill a Glass of Lem Monde perhaps we can expect a change in the weather soon however since the annual Coop meetings Are scheduled to begin a week from saturday frequently bring bad weather they los beginning to look like Hawarden will be the second Tosun in the county to begin operating its own municipal Gas system action has been started recently by the town Council to buy the Gas distribution system from Central Natur Al Gas incidentally Hawarden pioneered municipally owned utilities 60 years ago when it Stab Ley Albert Ramaker West Branch township Sioux Center Fred Van Derham Reading township Ireton and Harold e Vermeer West Branch township Orange City in accordance with the bylaws of the organization the Board of directors appointed a nominating committee consisting of Walter Bleeker Ireton Alfred Claussen Rock Valley l e Caspar Alton will s Gregg Hawarden Paul Vander Hamm Ireton Jake Kraai Sheldon b v Kammlade Boyden James m Mcnally Ireton Dick j w Plueger Rock Valley John Sjaarda Ireton and Marvin Vander Wei Orange City this commit tee made the following nominations for the offices of directors from which list three Wil be elected to the Board Lawrence Auch Stetter Floyd township Hospers Peter dorhout Sioux township Rock Valley Giuins Haverdink Sherman township Orange City Adrian j Haverhals Garfield listed its Light and Power Plant township Hawarden Henry Van the town will commemorate the Kom Penburg township Orange City Alvin Linch Grant event next week the Bride was Agnes Boog erd and the Groom was John Scholten part of mrs Scholt ens House was destroyed and smoke damage was extensive badly damaged was a new Freezer that had been recently installed the cause of the fire was not immediately determined Patrick gets High Post in legislature at new session first annual Coop meeting to be held Here next week the first of the series of an Nual cooperative meetings in Sioux Center will be held next week saturday Jan 29 when the Coop Gas and Oil com Pany meeting is scheduled it be held in the High school auditorium beginning at p m at which time the Sioux county had fewer marriages and less divorces in 19541 according to a report published this for the state As a i whole 1 compared with 1953 when there were 203 marriages and 14 divorces in the county there were 176 couples joined and Only six divorced in 1954 the record in nearby coun ties for the past year is As Fol lows Lyon 91 marriages 3 to open at Hull monday Hoeven names 7 Young men for u s air Academy indians will meet Orange City next tuesday Ireton and Hawarden in opener monday evening Sioux Center Hull Maurice Alton and Orange City Are lined up divorces Obrien 134 marriages seven Young men from North m one bracket while Rock Valley Boyden Ireton Hawarden and new 152 Esliwa wer6 nominated Friday Kirk will fight it out in the other when the Sioux county High school manages 13 divorces by congressman Charles b Hoe year marriages Denver in 1954 As compared with annual report be Given other business matters will be discussed directors also 123314 m be elected at that time last year and 5425 in 1953 other cooperative meetings Are scheduled for saturdays in Mew hmm Ian the following order Farmers j of Llull ii11116 f Mutual cooperative Creamery j f t a t in the state As a whole there in Iowa eighth District for the were More marriages and few first class of air cadets at the newer divorces compared with the j a formed air Force Academy at basketball tourney opens monday four from Northwest Iowa out Side of Sioux City were Roger r Miller 18 son of or and mrs Darold Miller of Lawton Farmers cooperative and the cooperative association society produce still postponed Robert j Ahmann 19 son of mrs Grace Ahmann of Hawarden Lloyd l despite a 2 degree Reading in i Sioux Center wednesday morn it ing the county and most of j Moir or 19 son of or and mrs Al l Moir of Orange City and mi1 i Chael j Pohlen 18 son of or and i Friddie will leave Orange City j mrs j a Pohlen of Alton today for Chicago where or we the tournament will be played in the Hull auditorium Start ing at 8 p m monday when Ireton and Hawarden clash this annual classic that is perennially As rugged As any county tournament in the state i is again confounding the sex j perts few will attempt to or and mrs Frederick h stage and their children Jane anyhow Parr Center Northwestern head leaves today for new Chicago Post the Northwest Iowa enjoyed another oils and greases to be discussed full week of moderate Winter John Mcallister a represent1 weather says were fair most alive of the United Petroleum Days and precipitation was very guest Light the Sioux Cit Yans Are Wallace Shinkle 19 and Edward f Steinfeld or 17 Hoeven said the first class of Eman will peace memorial Church and exec be associate pastor of see tourney schedule Tive director on Page nine company will be the speaker at the meeting of the adult farm class in the a build ing Here this evening he will talk on the uses and Light Snow flurries that brought Only a new Snow was hardly evident anywhere wednesday most of monday Trace of competitive examinations i j consideration will be Given not on1 by to educational qualifications j and Scholastic aptitude but of a new Hospital is sponsoring i president of j Hull and Maurice but Hospers he Wui wu1 varieties of oils and greases ground was Bare and dry no meeting is planned next Over the county tempera thursday but the following week e p dutch Sylwester Ana Scio Mastic aptitude but to if i Welte id today i Orange City and Newkirk pose new duties i also As big threats i the final game will be played or Wezeman has served As pres saturday night at following for the past Consolation round at 7 Tures during the past week averaged above Normal Extension Plant pathologist at i Iowa state College will be Jacob Plasier Sells present to discuss methods of controlling weeds and Brush i these meetings begin at p m As participation in athletics and i other extracurricular activities he explained that the Young men he nominated for the Cadet and on half years prior to Oclock Sioux school will be required to com Pete in a statewide examination i from which the five highest con i l of tenants will be selected the first local of numbing shop class starts july 1955 seven men assigned to sky watch duty Here next sunday the Sioux Center ground observation Post will be activated for a training exercise sunday the first in the new year according to Ross k Vemon Post supervisor i the Post will be manned from 9 a m to 4 p m with one r a Patrick of Hawarden Man on duty each hour assign Sioux county representative in to div sunday Are the Fol the state legislature was named chairman of the appropriations Art Hanson monday according to students of state government in Iowa this position is considered the most important chairmanship in the House of representatives second in importance Only to the speaker ship itself Patrick who has been recognized As one of the most Able legislators in recent years has receive March of dimes donation dont Bernard Mouw Capel town sons of the get there Are several counter con she Sheldon Richard Obbink j c trainers around town that will take Washington township Hawarden folding Money As Well As coins he Shoemaker Logan township lets fill them up i while we Haven heard any complaints on the outcome of the basketball game tuesday night Hawarden Sud Peter swets Lynn township Sheldon lunch a noon lunch will be served at the noon hour to All present by the Mem Many Sioux Center fans were turn cars of Orange City chambered away from the door and came i Commerce under the general Home disappointed officials were i of George Dunlop careful to let a quota of about 25 i the w1 be prepared by the per cent Sioux Center fans in be fore the doors were locked even some of the Pep club girls were refused Entrance even though they arrived More than 2vi hours before the main feature was scheduled to Start hundreds of others were similarly treated everyone loves basketball Ben other committees on which he is serving during the present session include agriculture labor military and veterans affairs roads highways and tax revision and Arlene Schuiteman attending school mss Arlene Schuiteman who ladies of the first Christian Reitas to sail for Africa formed Church of Orange City and i the appointed Day due to members of the Orange City vol visa trouble is at present Tak Eierma 13001400 Don de Gooyer 14001500 Orville Kui Ken and 15001600 Ted Vanden Berg a Sioux Center plumber and r his brother who has been i special need for farming in Minnesota announce j de this week that they have ottun8f purchased the Plasier plumbing1 and heating company from Jake Plasier of Hull the Good will industries truck will Call in Sioux Center Ness is located in Sioux Center 3t 8 a m monday Jan 31 Henry Schouten who has been employed by Plasier and before that by Elmer Straatsma for the past seven years and his brother Melvin of Monte video completed the transaction tuesday morning they have formed a partnership and expect to handle a full line of plumbing and heating As Well As appliances fixtures Melvin Schouten is formerly of Middleburg is married and has three Small sons the Broth ers have leased the Plasier building on South main and will continue the business from there there is a great need for disc carded clothing and shoes at i this time and All Are asked to bring articles to the George Sieman place before that time Center will meet or Ange City at 7 p m tuesday and Maurice will meet Hospers at the second round will begin wednesday when the Winner of the Orange City Sioux Center clash meets the Wiener of the Mauric Hospers dual a report on the outcome of the Early week games will be carried in the news next week 1 1 More to help with polio fund Campaign in town about 100 men and bagged nine Bushy tails on Fox Hunt in the Rock Valley area tuesday afternoon a group will go out again on tuesday Jan 25 and will As semble at p m at million Dollar Comer Untener fire department will be on hand to help direct the crowd an attendance prize will be Given to each of the first 500 Rea ing up the language study at the Kennedy school of missions at Hartford Conn her address in miss Arlene Schuiteman r with 11 additional workers added to the list of March of dimes canvassers in Sioux Center this past week the organizational work Campaign was virtually Christian High school for 22 Complete chairman Gerald Bosch years he was also president of expressed Confidence that the Chicago Christian Junior College drive will meet the same kind of from 1931 to 1937 and served As Success it has enjoyed in past Dean at Union College of la for years Fox Hunters get nine on tuesday j he served As principal of Chifor three years directly after graduating from the theological Semi nary he became associated with Gamdy College and there served minister of the College Church while it was too Early to Tell How much would be brought in by the House House canvass Bosch said the workers Are out now and Many people have already under or Wezeman ration Northwestern has Conti completing the list of those who used a program of growth and Enwia assist with Tfaye Campaign Are pension and is equipped today to following mrs Gerrit Wand serve a Large student body it Wasj Captain mrs Fred Over also while or Wezeman headed Iander ill Lawrence achterhof the institution that Northwestern j113ronaw Wiese and mrs c was elected to full membership in or Hoef workers mrs George the North Central association often a Klarenbeek colleges and universities join Den Herder mrs Joha the faculty of Northwestern i Dee and College gathered together on Wedi Roeckel workers mesday afternoon january 12f As a f Farewell gesture to the Wezeman Rev Leroy Nattress made appropriate remarks and or Wezeman responded prayer bras offered by or Jacob Heemstra the Board of trustees with their wives gathered in Heemstra Hall Friday night january 14 to bid Arabia missionary coming Here sunday get de Jong Mission Ary to Arabia will preach Sun of the big be addition big new addition shown above Are Here with most of the outside of the old Structure which is being remodeler built on the going on inside the for More efficient use of aay morning at the Central reformed Church and in the afternoon at the first reformed Vonk who was Lucky enough to Nave Deen contributed by jobbers get a seat at the be Mars game j suppliers and dealers throughout said he sat along Side an 83 the Trade territory As Well As the old Man from be Mars and he j business firms of Orange City the was As excited about the contest i main attraction of this part of the i As a teenager Ben added i program will be the awarding of a j j Frigidaire electric clothes dryer i want to wish Hull Good Luck i which has been contributed by the Ali Victri i it Ivi i if Vav pm Cirii use of members who Register at the meet Mackenzie Hall room 54 7he estimated to Cost around will provide additional auditorium much added t Street Hartford 5j for Sundy rooms and a new Kitchen the addition is on the East Side of the Church by the news ing in addition there will be Many other valuable prizes which Connecticut indians slip past Heelan and Lemars in the evening he will pre sent slides and will Tell about his work in Arabia at services in the Central Church Rev m j be who use of Sheldon As chair Man and Rev a a Dykstra of Rock Valley or Jacob Heemstra and Henry Tepaske As speakers Klaaren will preach at the Rev d j Kolenbrander of j morning service in the first finn and Rev j a Veldman reformed Church that Day the were in charge of devotions the Public is invited to hear Rev honoured guests were presented Ide Jons with a generous Check after which both or and mrs Wezeman re local Bank will sponged c sponsor social close contests leave Sioux Center should be Able to duplicate what Organ interludes Are scheduled Only is in o0if l to Cavemen in top spot in Sioux and area to play Hawarden i Security forum Sioux Center did Are scheduled As part of the entertainment pro Gram the girls sextet of the Hawarden High school will present several vocal selections a male quartet of Sioux county Young j men who designate themselves i the four Sharps will also ap1 Pear the main feature of the in wanted singers for f b chorus an invitation for More men to join the farm Bureau women chorus was issued this i Lert ailment program will be the it t week with a reminder that appearance of Art Briese a hum1 Gnu at Orange City 6109 and be Mars toppled tuesday ladies do not have to be con Orous speaker of hot Springs Ark e West mar before a netted with the farm Bureau to become members Only 19 Points in the contest eight Darrell Beernink frosted the cake Field goals and three Charity toss for the winners by swishing a Long is one that went through just As the Sioux Center accomplished its final Buzzer was heard Victory at the free throw line the Lead changed four times i directors put shot from the Field 21 goals to and the score was tied on six occa1 Fri c Viii la Iuliu me score was leu on Sis Occa sort up indians put their 16th and 17th victories in perennial Toughie from Sions before Sioux Center went Ai Mars uie bag during the past week by getting past both Heelan and be Mars Sloan county rammed Home 17 of head to stay at 38 to 36 on Duane m two of the closest Battles of the season Heelan was dropped Friday night tit 1 on monday evening january 31 at there will be pre Northwest Iowa Power Coop seated an informational pro Ergative officially moved to be i Gram for All Farmers and inter Mars on monday As the result i espied persons in the common of a unanimous decision of the Ity dealing with the new social to change the Legal f Security Law the meeting will j address from Cherokee to be i be held in the High school Aud meetings Are held every Mon two promoted at by at p m in the town f it n first National Bank Day Hall in Sioux Center mrs Leon Roggen is the director and mrs Gerrit Gesink is pianist both contests throw attempts on 14 Levander bergs tip in with less fouls while the bulldogs three minutes remaining in the mesh Only five of id efforts third Quarter r Sioux Center Juffer was held to 15 Points in this game and Kraayenbrink was next in line was made meeting held j Cherokee a five year lease a approved by the continue at the be Airport where the i orium at the forum is Bein men in two positions in the first National Bank Here received pro motions during the past week according to f c Aue president j in the final scores neither game in and the Indian plunked in the i came the easy Way first of his two shots t 1 Sioux Center used Only five Inal two Point margin the Indian b team lost their sponsored the first National Bank As Community service with the cooperation of the social Security administration Field Osice Tom Nash from the Sioux City i Vii us Sale dates claimed Tov Canon f mov was players in the Heelan contest one Battic f such Early o shots 10 mate me Points then a ump shot from n was Manj i quarters by Dick Kra Ayen persons were turned away from Alfred or Mihen in of Jpe will be the featured february 2 Louis Clev cringe who lives Northwest of Sioux Center will hold a livestock auction wednesday feb 2 Selling i an exceptionally Good Herd of cashier and Adelphos bake Sale school Guild at Johns at t tic a i it it it to live nut in Center 6foot 7inch Sioux feels pressure speaker and an interesting evening is assured Marcus or Nash says tel1 Var Farmer friends to bring their questions and Well save part their same positions j f of vexing for open Dis they Are a s Wendel of Sund Pic 0 Ture aim Locking ahead will be shown to help demonstrate j remain t were Lurneva away trom of Siitar Daren bae Mink mined so s i k silos into 47 to 40 ims sme a att Mied As to nip co oth Gerald Chapmans 15footer Cut opened and closed at about 6 of it to five again but Kraayenbrink clock Branson Vic president Fred 6foot 7inch Sioux Center senior to Prav Hawarden Vanderham Ireton Secretary Buck eted 13 Points in the final sewed up the Victory by hitting Sioux Center and Bertsel Merrill and far reaching one of the Best Caenen in this i i area missed a shot that could have needed mat s j charge number at j and the Bank will furnish the office Coffee special music and in m favor Ber jul remain 22741 j text ailment will furnished i in c d Oelrich 4sc j by High school groups Edas game trailing by Opta is

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