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charming zeus personality economically All with tit rid excl Mil r wallpaper Schalekamp drug store a Colo styled room is easy to plan for every design and Matching Border has been styled to colors to harmonize or Contrail just tight with drapes floor coverings end a style Nole is to paint your Woodwork the scene color As the background color o your wallpaper pattern Sioux Center Iowa no 9 the moccasins squeak newspaper staff editor Mary Ann Klaaren assist editor Carollee de Ruyter reporters Audrey Mcmurray Shirley Schaap Sharon Van Beek Marlene i eras Carol ver Hoef Virginia Oliver Gene Klaaren Gary Boeyink barrel Beernink Marv in Tegrotenhuis Amelia Vander Wilt Eleanor Van Velzen Ruth de Zeeuw Winona Wissink Adulla Juder Lila Lam mers Lois Hollander Wilma Hulstein Dor Othy san Buhe Ruth Mulder John Haverhals Don Schalekamp Roger achterhof faculty sponsor miss Plummer school Calendar of coming events Jan game Here Sioux Center 9th Grade is be Mars 9th Grade Jan and finals of county tournament Jan Gas and Oil annual meeting in gym Jan social secur Ity information meeting in gym feb school band concert feb Mars is Sioux Center 9th grades at be Mars feb 4 basketball Heelan at Sioux City feb Solo contest at Sioux Center feb is Sioux Cen Ter at Hull in sectional tournament feb of sectional tournament editorial january 27 1955 of our eve willing town mayor a preacher our coach and superintendent and our inside forces we 3 Pep club girls finally got in at the beginning the first team game and that was the end of the third our Long freezing Vigil outside but now lets talk about the Back door was opened for us a couple of times by the cops and then they changed their minds and if someone should ask me what we come in with the help was the most terrible thing that f i Ever happened to me i would re ply almost not getting into the Sioux Centelle Mars basketball game it was rather fun at first standing in that Long line exchanging Good Points of our team with some be Mars Folk but after a while the cold nipped our fing ers and toes a Little too much for Comfort that was the first hour now it was six Oclock and the door was opened slowly we moved ahead i think we progressed about the length of two Telephone poles but the combating line from the other direction the be Mars students with their activity tick ets hindered our Progress some what our fears were rising surely we would get in Why we were High school students and we had just As much right As the be Mars students did to see our boys play but the line was moving slowly and then warnings were issued j it was almost full Only 50 More j feet to goal of a sudden people most people who attend a bask started coming from the Back of Etowah game understand every the line and tried to squeeze in at play perfectly especially when a the front our shouting to them i score is the final result a list of i was of no Avail the nest instant i definitions has been compiled i there was no line dont Misu Derito assist those few uneducated stand me the line didst Digap spectators in enjoying the game Pai inn no try main part of the evening As far As the next couple of hours were concerned they just flew All i know was when that last whistle blew we came out on top with the Victory that was the end of the Sioux Centelle Mars basketball game and All the experiences that went with it but you can be sure for More reasons than one never for Mary Ann Klaaren Jet it definitions you Are asked to remember that Only the players attend school officials and others who would seem to make the game difficult for us Are not members of the Stu Dent body basketball player a human be ing Fleet As a Deer with the eyes Pear into the building if it Only had instead it reappeared in a floundering blithering angry mass of people shoving and Yelling in front of the door i can easily see How riots everyone was making a last attempt to get in Side that door result no one budged an Inch except the inches we budged inwardly As we were buil dog squeezed to the last degree then i basketball floor a swell place you guessed it the door was Clos for spinning Knees elbows and de and that was the tragic end of the second hour j opponents five men that Are to be whipped As badly As possible Basket an Iron hoop which seems to be about half the size of 55 years in sorry i cant go with you tonight i have a previous engagement in away dead beat you cramp my style evening mrs Jones is Jane ready honk you let me see you Home in my horse and buggy 19 zing hop in the Rod and Well sputter Home i have the pleasure of your presence behind the scenes stage Crews chosen a the worlds a stage and the men and women Are merely play ers said William Shakespeare on february is several Junior High students will show the Public what acting is like on the stage of the Sioux Center High school gymnasium behind the scenes will be quite a bit of action also All the Crews which Are needed by any play to produce the needed results will be Busy doing their various tasks members of the Crews for the Junior High plays Are As follows stage Crew Merle Bonnema 1 at one Oclock wednesday Jan Larry Vande Garde chairman j uary 19sbrty excited band Mem f coc41vc at dinner on sugar and Well Amble Over to the hot dog stand you so much for the Lovely evening 1955 blow was Exchange article band festival held wednesday in Orange City 46 earn positions j Betty Crocker search Sioux Center news on third Honor Roll j held in school thurs Jan 27 1955 students have earned a position on the Betty american homemaker of to v o Honfi Morrow is a new educational pro peole Jet to heighten Public awareness prestige and importance of Carrh for i oae of pupils has Chicken pox class has begun a Reading unit to barn Bruinsma Vernon Raack Hugh Vander Wilt publicity Joyce Vandegriend chairman Judy de Vries Ushers Hendren Evande Berg Karen Den Herder Shirley Mulder Karen Rensink properties Allan Schimmel chairman Laura Sandbulte de Cleveringa promoters Marge Heimstra Mary de groot Shirley Vander Berg the third six weeks Honor Roll and the semester Honor Roll Honor Roll six weeks homemaking As a career and to i enhance the character and to Mort i Ance of the american Home in the the project is being carried out Book the first Grade had eight pupils with perfect attendance the first semester the combination class is studying calendars and the use of telephones which has proved to be very interesting third graders have chosen two by giving an examination which j new Kings and Queens since Christ covers information and attitudes i Mas they Are Sherry Linda Gerry Tiff a c Fiji Driy i Ojst Jav six weeks in the major areas of Home majoring and Paul they saw a film strip on seniors Eugene Darte search is among All the senior i Lapland England and Norway last 11 Beernink Garv Boevink Tuhn of the nation to find the to week Rell Beernink Gary Boeyink John j Haverhals Audrey me Murray Cal Marge Bartles Mildred Schuiteman Julia Sneller juniors Bob Boeyink Robert Haverhals Mary Klaaren Eleanor Van Velzen Amelia Vander Wilt Lila Lammers Marilyn Rozeboom Gerdena Teslaa Ruth Wattjes sophomores Bill Roelofs Carol by e Urray and National Homeak Shirley Schraper of tomorrow the fourth graders have made a miniature Village out of paper but of paper there Are local state and naj bags this Village represents has tonal rewards which include 575 Tings their Reading Anne Post Francis Kenny Scheffer just the facts to Iii of guv a Mph if anyone wants to know How it ony also he is the instructor of feels to come to school in pyjamas just ask Gary Boeyink if you to know How it feels j in you Anc to know now it teels tenacity of a to be terribly lonesome just ask of the sinking despairing feel Ings we had we stood there hop basketball interviews hard court Star Ron Juffer has been playing on the varsity squad for three and one half years he was brought up from the second team Midway in his freshman year and has not missed a game since just shoots with either hand and is a deadly shot from either far out or close under to which Many of his opponents will testify in spite of his comparatively Small stature six feet he is a great rebounded and has Many tip ins to his credit thus far Ron has scored 1470 Points in High school basketball averaging out to 14 Points per game ing there might be room allot i us few High school girls practically All the rest of the crowd were devoted to making the future mrs Joni de Ruyter Howard Schutt Bers could be seen Rushing around carrying loads that most pack horses would complain about but after much pushing packing and j settling Down the group was finally on the Way to Orange City and the band festival upon arriving the band attended a mass band practice this band was composed of approximately 450 members from the Var ious Sioux county bands the group was privileged to work under the direction of the distinguished or Leo Kucinsky or Kucinski has devoted his life to music by directing the month 500 in scholarships 46 expense paid trips and the personal recognition connected with the search the local Reward is the Ameri can homemaker of tomorrow Gol be Marlene car Den award pin Betty Crocker Pic Olver Hoef Enna Ture Cook Book and a Cook Book what is needed to Marilyn de Leeuw Carolyn Vande for the school Library the girls Afee fire and what makes things Friend i i i hum books Sandy and Bobby Thompson entered school at the beginning of the new semester the fifth Grade is studying about fire in science class and they discussed what is needed to Honor Roll semester seniors Eugene Nat Dar Ahan Post band of Sioux City and directing the Sioux City symph strings at Morningside College Rell Beernink Gary Boeyink John Haverhals Audrey me Murray Ruth de Zeeuw f f Mildred Schuite test will also be represented the state contest j i is the 1 the state rewards Are your Story about that Tori Bartles Shirley Schaap Man Julia one Delores Tim juniors Bob Boevink Joan Ruyter mar Isa Van Velzen Amelia Vander will Lisa Lammers Gerdena Teslaa state award pin also a St edition i Mica will be give Hool Library the National rewards Are an additional scholarship be a paper mache be painted later sophomores Gerald Levenberg Bill Roelofs Eleanor de Bruin Carol de Marlene Mier Virginia Oliver Carol ver ties needed a our future Home makers a Diamond studded Gold homemakers pin and an educational expense paid tour of the nation the state and National selection i will be based on the test scores have you Ever had any sleepless nights Stan Bruinsma knows what i listening to the different county bands and participating for their concert the selections were across the sea by John p Sousa Vogue by g e Holm mall All As they mean o Ball an elusive sphere which appears and disappears in a most of u grownups i help but feel that we had More right to get in that game you see the cops just open the door with Al those people standing there we in t Felt it was our High school game a for his and our schoolmates and scathing words dont think we didst argue that 1 a Telephone pole Point with the cops it was almost a j humorous the Way the cops stayed i in that building it seems to me a i couple of them could have come out and let a couple of us girls in at the time we argued with then we were about the Only ones out Side As most of the grown folks had left we had forces inside the building too Many of them were trying to get us in the most Dis heartening thing was ask Dorothy Sandbulte if you i i want to know reason who John a Demon whose life is Van Riesen Doest want to change dec is seats for the next semester i the Day was climaxed by the Imu Yden j mass band performing for the pub 8th Gary Sleeker Joel Boeyink views at the National level i the senior girls of Sioux Center Junior High Honor Roll examination Jan 12 Dur six weeks a one hour period the girl i Honor Roll with the highest score will receive 7th Jim Vermeer Karen Boone local Maureen Tepaske Janice Van year review Grous n6ws with i ability second to none the players who get of the cheering guards the duty of these men is to make All the baskets prefer ably from the Middle of the floor free throw a prize always to v j do you o3vg to g you Rig Sci Tho n about dangerous Dan Kerchof pm a Bunch of the germs were hit Ting it up in the bronchial Saloon two bugs on the Edge of the Larynx were jazzing a ragtime tune while Back uie Teeth in a Solo game sat dangerous Dan and watching his pulse was his yes this year a new system was set up so that those who had perfect attendance didst have to take semester tests Only a half dozen students from each Grade attended school and took the tests the teachers had to make out tests for so few Stu i Larry Vande Garde Howard Beer Nink Ruth Mulder Ruth Den j Herder i 9th Darrell de Boer Allan c i Schimmel Donna Harskamp Deij 1 eachers Toi la Juffer Sandra Vande Berg up j Marge Vander Ploeg Sharon Boer Laura Sandbulte Marilyn Schoep Thelma Timmer Joyce Vandegriend work ii classes i four student teachers Are now j Busy at work in the Grade school Honor pm i i classes last week they came to of r u j i serve and this week Thev Are a John hem Jim Vermeer i teaching in some subjects the f Boone Maureen Tepaske i kindergarten class has miss pen Van Jiuyan by the referee i Preston Idaho tip Oft telling the other team Ujj Lisicic Ilia r v Itow Hui in ice Light love that lady that known j dents this year of course our at As flu from Blue and White i Tendance record in school has in j proved tremendously Mulder Ruth i rings first Grade miss Vande Gari what play is coming up next theres been some made is it the actions or i Donna Harskamp Adel la Juffer Sandra Vande Berg Era nut now a new semester has be Marge Vander Ploe changes gun and eve none is going to try Lamasan Rohnl try Sandbulte de second miss Van Putton and fourth Grade miss Lammers All Boer Allan four Are from Northwestern Junior College at the beginning of the semes Ter the kindergarten students Marilyn changed classes those who used 5nde Glend Karen the afternoon and vice versa Jan i 1955 6endix fluff n table dryer dry your clothes anytime regardless of the automatically with the sensational Bendix Fluffy Tumble dryer no More unfading and win whip Ping you dry your clothes faster Wear them oftener keep your clothes new looking Down on the clothes you need powr vent lets you keep room Cool dry and free of lint i v Franken electric j Everett g Franken Sioux Confer
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