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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1955, Sioux Center, IowaVolume 63 number 49 Center of Sioux county Iowa we who do columns in the Rural weekly press Seldom Are impressed with our importance we know were just Little Guys writing for a comparatively Small audience of readers and that our names will never Blaze in lights we Seldom rub shoulders with world renown people or interview celeb rites the Gay night spots Are not our daily beat nor do we go backstage to meet the stars when we take in some Good performance if theres local color in our columns it comes right off main Street where weve probably picked up some thing that our big town cousins would Call trite or provincial but were just Little apples among lit tie apples and for some reason we Sioux county capital ranked Sec enjoy that anonymity we dont Ond and the Hawarden ind Epen earn our living by spreading gosh Dent third on the basis of these sip about Hollywood stars base figures the Board appointed these Ball players and foreign princes three newspapers to carry the our simple Effort is to entertain official county Board proceedings and inform a Loyal group of read for the Vear cars and frequently that int the losing out in their request for easiest Job yet our readers Are of Jacial appointments were the Al extremely tolerant and often quite ton Democrat and the Rock Valley appreciative Bee we admit we envy our metro in appointments Are Sioux Center news again appointed official co paper the Sioux Center news was appointed one of three official news papers in the county for 1955 tuesday morning when the Board of county supervisors met to examine the subscription lists of five papers seeking appointment according to figures made available to the Board the news had the largest list of paid sub scribers of any of the five the Politan colleagues occasionally i made bythe Board at the first i their More glamorous routine and m the new year but be regional or National Fame yet if cause a contest developed this year it came Down to eases Many of us i called for proof circus would refuse the Chance to Trade Vallori and each newspaper was our Vlacos with theirs us asked to submit a Bona fide list of our places with theirs were rather Content to write for the Smith family that lives West of town and its subscribers residing within the county the gentleman we always see read1 other business ing our column first when he other Bulucos handled at the picks up his paper at the Post of Lucida meeting included the let fico thursday morning were sati tag u contract in the amount isfried if we please just a few 1 while our City colleagues get Ulvi cars for fear they Arent pleasing i of to the Southart construction building Sioux City for the a Bridge Over the Floyd official City and county newspaper thursday january 27 1955 county Cage tourney moves into second stage at Hull Earl King speaker at Coop Gas Oil co meeting plans were being made Ireton Orange City and Hospers Are eliminated in first round Indian injuries Handicap squad the Sioux county basketball tournament moved into its second this phase last night after three teams had been eliminated Ireton or week for a crowd of several Hunt Ange City and Hospers in the first round i dred expected to attend the annul i Al meeting of the cooperative Gas i and Oil company Here saturday a Ftp i fat Poffo the meeting will be held at p j in Crici in in clinic in in the High school auditorium i f t r one of the highlights of the i i j cof Oil i meeting will be a talk by Earl w King of Ames la or King is executive Secretary of the Iowa Institute of cooperation in addition to the election of hundreds of thousands stature is i about two Miles Southwest of a comparative thing after All i and interest checks will be handed i i out at the meeting and this year i for the first time a i served at the close of the meeting All of the cooperatives Mem j ers Are being urged to attend this victorious in 19 straight games this season the Sioux Center indians were slugging it out annual event in the always rough Sioux county tournament this week and faced their biggest threat last night when Hawarden rolled past Ireton 5439 monday night and Sioux i Center got by Orange City 8358 i and Maurice whipped Hospers 76 i 58 tuesday night on the Hull auditorium floor i Orange City got the first bask it but alter that they never again i led the indians despite a bad siege of flu and injuries that of local squad the indians had Little trouble staying out in front they held a 4022 halftime Lead and maintained a Good Marg in through the second half Good i team play was an important win will retain his membership Ning Factor according to coach fire department Martin t Moeller a Volunteer j i directors members of the Coopers fireman on the Sioux Center fire j Active act on amending article department for More than 15 years i x in the articles of incorporation and chief for about Haf that time j which has been recommended by announced his retirement this i the Board of directors dividend week j he Inq in the organization however As he Paul us sent w made Ber Point Man with 20 Beernink second with 18 and in the Rural press a the Board also interviewed a Thev Hull ten of the players pictured above Are seniors this year and the other two juniors John Santema to stands a better Chance of being i Mcward i Leff to r9ht Back Row they Are Ron Juffer featured As prep of the week in the Des Moines enter car read regularly than his colleagues i ass at the count or have in the big town evening Edi j Tion and their stature with their held these positions for about 10 j t Duits respective readers is about the years Villu resin March lthree1 same i coupes were present ves erday Darrell Rensink Bud views tuesday for Interi sometimes we editors forget about the Power of the Little ads that appear weekly in our Classi fied Section but occasionally we get a Chance to test them first hand some weeks ago i placed an and to sell a used Oil Heater and Oil storage tank the response was much greater than 1 had dared to Sioux Center band will present concert in school auditorium tuesday night Road the Sioux Center High school band under the direction of Bert j Kruse will present a full evening of musical entertainment tuesday j seriously 1 jul Al i t ii try a ill o i expect and it want Long before j school at next thursday eve which has been in rehearsal for net duet composed of two both were sold More recently i in advertised that i was looking for a two or three bedroom House to i rent again we were overwhelmed by the number of Calls we got from persons who had read the and friends who offered suggest ions of houses that might be Avail Able in the future or that would be satisfactory in a Pinch that problem is settled now thanks to a Good Deal of publicity from a Little four line and this is the tax season Many us will find the new u s income j i now being distributed i f from Post offices and Banks much simpler than anything we had dreamed government people could j devise its Only slightly larger than a Post card and can be filled out in a very Short time hundreds of our readers who have gotten most of their income in the form of wages during the past year j should make use of this simple j feb 3 Gene Klaaren Herb Kuiper Duane Vande Berg and i t t 1 it Kraayenbrink front Row Alden Berkenpas John Van Wiesert Darrel Beernink Gary Boeyink and in Kock Valley by Bodnarz j0nn Santema son or and mrs Henry Santema and an employee at the ver Hoef j Chevrolet company Here for the i past 314 years will become a j Chevrolet dealer in Rock Val i Ley As soon As general motors t Grants the Dealership contract a Craig la woman and former Santema and Sam ver Hoef was injured Rock Valley have formed a partnership and have bought Cut the ism ties Chevrolet j company there final details several months will feature a standing musicians Barnhart Fri info along to Deans completed this wok variety of favorite band numbers the Complete program has been i John corked up to car sales by the entire group and one announced l a Naii mile East or la Marcien when Hoef s during his 8vi years hands across the sea March sir Lancelot overture the show boy March the traveller overture North South College All stars Field March i the Swiss boy clarinet duet featuring Erma voor Dennan and Ruth de Zeeuw accompanied by mrs voor Dennan Plant pathologist will speak on weeds and Brush methods of controlling weeds and Brush will be discard at a auditorium the program will begin at 8 p m county Road meeting in the Sioux Center High the band concert special number featuring a Ilarij Tainer she is mrs Florence barn out Hart Sousa Ryberg Huff Buchtel Fillmore de Ville blues in the band Baroni overture Holmes chorale St Antoni Hayd Brahms Onward Christian soldiers Fantasie Yoder she met the maintainer just after i service he started out As a coming Over the top of a Hill at j grease Man and later worked in about p m Driver of the Road j the parts department before be machine was Robert Short of Haj coming a Salesman about 3 monday night Moeller was one All positions were retained by Kraayenbrink got 16 Spaan was High Pointer with 16 for Orange City final score Sioux Center 93 Hull 71 Sioux Center was scheduled to meet Hull last night at 7 Oclock and Maurice was due to meet Al ton at the results of these games were not yet known when the news went to press at 6 p m the indians built up their High est score of the season last Friday night against a hot Hawarden team the comets hit Well through out the game but match the relaxed and better balanced Indian attack both sides shot about 50 per cent Hawarden went Down 10279 the score at halftime was 5039 the b team won their game 4530 Warden he was not injured mrs Barnhart was still hospitalized in Hawarden yesterday with fractured ribs and cuts about the legs her car was badly damaged years ago he plans to move to Moeller was named to Suc Rock cried his father As an Active Mem Valley when housing the unit against the comets Ron Juffer suffered head injuries when he was hit while driving ments Are made j officers for 1955 Are Boss Verne John will be succeeded by j on Les Brommer vice Dennis punt at ver Hoefs for a trap shot whole he was hospitalized overnight Here follow the contest rays showed everything was All right he was ready for action again by California pastor will preach Here Rev Frank de j rower Jong of Bell Calif will conduct form its Short and to the Syl Wester Extension Plant pathol1 at the first reformed if not painless j Ogist at Iowa state College All Church on sunday morning and Farmers Are invited to attend this i see by the papers one reason meeting off keeping a sure exemption that is unless she takes More than Uncle Sam the divorce rate has declined in recent years is because the tax 20 make Date has increased and with exemptions As important As they Are Lant 1 our monday these Days a Man May be better a of 20 Farmers and Sioux implement company employees made a on Day trip to the John Deere tractor factory youve probably heard it said at Waterloo monday leaving that after the government takes at 4 a in they spent six hours enough to balance the budget theol ring tile and were citizen has the Job of by u p m the balance t Fox Hunters get women and Uncle Sam seem to p be getting air the attention this i r 1ve week but heres one More to like j to pass along Large group of men two elderly spinsters were tuesday bagged five in the afternoon he will take charge of the services at the local first Christian reformed Church he is expected to arrive Here on Friday in route to grand rapids Mich where he is to attend a Church business meet ing end and will spend the week with his relatives mrs l a Brunsting and or and mrs Herb de Jong Rural seals chm ask for assistance an Appeal to residents living in Garfield and Plato townships to Send in their Christmas Seal Dona Short of space this weeks news is Jam packed with news and inter Esting Reading material but it want quite Large enough to hold All the news items that were gathered and turned in because of the squeeze we were forced to hold out Sev eral stories that will appear next week were sorry there want room for everything president and John a Leefler Sec i Retar treasurer Rich Rozeboom j u fire chief and John Kenning As one outer slant tire chief j action of at East Weiks he is Gary Boeyink who suffered a mrs Gerrit a Van name administrative j Knec at practice recently f w and has the flu and pinkeye committee Tor Junior coach Muyskens says Boeyink will he missed Community Hospital news or and fewer births and More deaths in the 19th both were released on College at o City there were fewer births and t the 23rd More deaths in Sioux county in j or and mrs Henry Van Dyk of Northwestern Junior College and 3 Ireton Slot yes 11954 than there were in 1953 a Hull Are the parents of a son Daryl ounces that an administrative t j a j cording to statistics on file at the j Lynn born on the 20th they were committee consisting of Joe de injured Iii acc Dent court House in Orange City j released on the 24th j Vries Dean of the College As chair near Rock Valley i local men tour Wisconsin plants e John rosters and his son John or Chester de Boer of Hull j and h Solberg of Hudson s it were among 35 who made a Char records show 689 births in 19i mrs Gertie kuypers of Hull was i wan Rev Leroy Nattress Regis 54 compared with 701 in 1953 admitted As a medical patient on tray admissions Counselor and j Bree deaths last year totalled 214 to i the 20th Rev e Van Engelenhoven 189 in 1953 Twenty eight Crimin or and mrs Chris Dragstra or of Public relations will conduct i Aiwas driving collided with Are the parents of a daughter car1 the administration of the College an Ireton Sisters were in when the car one of Nal cases were filed in 1954 and of this number 16 were convicted for driving while intoxicated Jacob Deryke now on Eldora training school adm staff Jacob j Ryke a former Sioux Center resident has been tired bus trip to Milwaukee wis placed in a newly created Posi last week thursday and Friday to t Tion of sociologist and social tour factories producing Harves worker on the staff at the Iowa Tore silos they also visited an ex1 training school for boys at tons was issued today jointly by another i and boys Vidine in each a Thor no nerf pc pcs and 153 rabbits in Sheji Lesfred c Dierks in plat and af1erglisenfng to first Tea is their ge0rge in Garfield she had never married the second t0tal kil1 to 24 so far this replied it want that i didst have a lot of men chasing me it was just that i waited too Long for them to catch up per mental farm at Beloit wis and other factories in the area All those making the tour were from Northwest Iowa counties these ladies said they will be Winter i required to make their final re the men plan to so out Mon ports very soon and they Hope tuesday next j those who have forgotten to Send Day instead of those who were Able to attend the band festival in Orange City last week came Home with for the Fine performance own Young musicians the local band did very Well and credit is certainly due director Bert Kruse As Well As this Fin group of play ers if you didst hear the band at Orange City Yon certainly wont want to miss the concert Here next tuesday evening 2 new directors electric Board Harold Shoemaker of Hawarden week and will meet at at in their donations will do so Baartman implement company the next few Days i social Security Law for Farmers will be explained at meeting monday night plans Are being made for a Large crowd of Farmers at the meet annual meeting in Orange City yes ing that will be held in the High school auditorium Here monday might when Tom Nash from the Sioux City social Security adm Nistra Eldora or de Ryke joined the training school staff dec 15 after getting his master of arts degree at the University of t Iowa last fall the new Posi Tion which did not exist until it was authorized in december j of Jane born on the 21st Ireton school bus carrying they i until a new president is elected the school girls basketball were released on the 24th j and installed Miles South of Rock or and mrs Ferd Schiebout Are i the announcement was made by Valler tuesday night on a the parents of a son Daniel Ray t Rev a Newhouse of Sheldon i gravel Road born on the 21st they were Rej chairman of the executive commit one m the bus was leased on the 25th j tee of the College mrs John Van Berkum of or Frederick Wezeman former j Ette Locke Horst 24 the fractured right a acl Valley was admitted As a medical j president patient on the 21st j Ronnie Juffer was admitted As a left the medical patient on the 21st and 55 a committee has been appoint tie 17 t was rpm Paipert in 99nh i v Une suffered cuts and was released on the 22nd or and mrs Albert j Jager of the vacancy Maurice Are the parents of a son Curtis James born on the 22nd they were released on the 25th mrs Winnie Lammers was and j de to nominate a successor to fill bruises All three were in the Hospital Here tuesday where All the members of the new adj they were reported in Good ministrative committee will Conj condition undue in their previous positions in j the youngest sister Grace administrative who was Riding in the Automo not by the Board of control of state j Burg of Rock Valley Are the Par 22nd and was released on the 25th j or and mrs Dick Dykstra of Hull Are the parents of a daughter j Rodney Grossen Sioux con of March of a hic still institutions involves counselling i cuts of a daughter born on the boys gaining an understanding 24th their backgrounds Liaison Jeanette Christina and Dorothy families and countless Lockhorst were admitted canvassing almost Compi duties which involve i i Center chairman Gerald Bosch reported this week that with other i was reelected and Adrian j hav i echals of Sioux Center and Peter i dorhout of Rock Valley were elec work with boys at the training Dent patients on the 25th de Only 6 slated for draft in february Only six Sioux county youths and mrs Art Kame Nan Are the parents of a daughter born on i Ryke majored in the 6th Ted As new members to the Sioux i juvenile Cielin Quer Tion Field office will be the featured speaker he will talk on the new social Security program for Farmers and r will come ready to answer All 1 Raveling books shelves in Library mrs h de Mots librarian i electric cooperative Board at the and penology in College dedication service held at Carmel last rites for j Dick Rozeboom Sioux be the first meeting of this kind held in this area and represents a Good Opportunity for 1 funeral j Rozeboom dedication were held i formerly of at Carmel on tuesday evening be held at Vander fun or Gene Mulder said this a he fee new Lar Church i eral Home at and at far til f j work of which has the Netherlands ref far the largest crowd Ever to at been completed or Henry Here Friday Jan 23 Colenbrander of Orange City i or Rozeboom Short of goal Bosch asks for help with the House House canvassing almost completed in Sioux chairman Gerald Bosch reported this week that the March of dimes drive is still some distance from meeting its goal of he said incomplete reports new i Normal january weather arrives 1 show about s1200 received Mak ing Sioux Center about a third i Short of meeting its quota for the drive Bosch said solicitors found a number of people not at Home largest turnout in the his tory of 17 year old Rural electric cooperative attended the meeting packing the auditorium and the basement of the town Hall Mana Church tend a meeting the new Board met following when they made their Calls and he services for Dick Snow and colder air masses Are hoped these persons will re Mem of Artesia Calif Rived last week to give Sioux coun Ber that they can leave their con denier will to residents their first taste of tribute on either at Bosch cloth ing store or at the Bank temperatures dropped to near team captains have not re the Zero Mark several Days and ported m yet be said and a num the wind was prevailing by in the i Ber of organizations that usually coming year Farmers to gain an understanding o of How they fit frito the new social j announced this week the arrival i Dent Fred seventy five Organes passed cording to word from the draft rest nor linux they on officers Al the armed forces in february act Security picture sponsored by the i of cording to word from the draft first National Bank of Sioux by Board office in Orange City Center the forum is open to the juvenile and they Are scheduled to leave at j Public also on the program will i will be placed 6 a m monday feb 14 listed Are be music furnished by High school i this Quarter a William Riphagen of Sioux cent groups and Light refreshments Fol special t Iris to spam and several mus where he has been making his Nena Mea As presi Cai numbers were also present Home burial will be in the v ten away North Brou Gujt contribute have not yet donated a Utopia about 2 of fresh Snow and to the div much of Success adult on rather than Center rack Schmann Baker of Hospers Good w11x truck vill on monday All donations be brought to the Geo sicken residence before s a m Sioux every and arrangements Are under the direction of Varsier s funeral Home roads i the Campaign will depend upon How what can be done in the next new both Ibert Ramaker of Sioux Center j books and Vic president h j shoemaker1 the go Coj win to Nrec Jii the shelves Secretary and Harold e Vermeer i n Sioux Ccntron the of Orange City treasurer i morning Jan 31 nut i i librarian j meeting planned l Conga is we b do and Herman time for the meeting has been 177 Lemoon Jan 29 Ennema of Ireton set for encourage Public use of these a Quality Concrete meeting will that Day books and it is also asked that be held wednesday feb 2 at requests for special books p m in the Orange City town about 5 500 persons i to left with mrs de Mots Hall White House daily there was Little melting Center Community Cem 3nd highways Are open Sci Ever Drivins conditions Are Days about Normal except in towns i while it May seem difficult to where streets Are Slippery in Plai false remaining s600 in the Ces t Community the chairman stated j we know it can be done if every rate one lends a hand he reminded the Public to keep tilling the the girls society of the first counter containers with extra bake the l a b first reformed visit the at Johns meats and Locki store Sale i Circle of the Church will saturday Christian reformed Church will coins and Bills every Penny is beginning at held a bake Sale at Peters needed for this promising show saturday afternoon Jan Down Battle against polio in 1955 uary 29th 49c Bosch concluded

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