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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1955, Sioux Center, IowaWant ads personal wanted 1 or 2 Drivers to South Ern Calif leaving about february 15 inquire at news office 4950p employment wanted woman wants work in town inquire at news office women wanted make extra Money address mail postcards spare time every week write Box fourteen Belmont mass 4649p see our new american Kitchen cabinets now on display on our floor vans radio and appliance store 49c g the Market aft Jan 26 Corn no 2 Oats 36 ibs and better 76 soybeans 250 hogs 1675 Farmers Coop society Sioux Center Iowa locally Woven rag rugs for Sale at coast coast store 49c pianos 3 Beautiful spines also rebuilt size All priced to sell in area write Midwest piano co Spencer Iowa 4749c for Sale electro Lux vacuum cleaners service and supplies Henry Koer Selvian phone 126j Hull Iowa 47 tic for Sale electro Lux vacuum cleaners service and supplies John h Vermeer 504 s Pella Orange City la phone 207 45 tic washed Sand gravel Rock and water dial 25601 Jerry Reismaa ctr Itic farm equipment for Sale 5000 by ear Corn Tony de Bondt Sioux Center 4950p hog troughs individual con Crete troughs at the Alton Cement works 4649c for Sale Western Prairie Hay delivered to your feed lot s25 per ton guaranteed satisfaction phone 46 or write Ray Landman Stickney s d 46ip livestock for Sale Choice Brood sows to Farrow 1st of March pen red ear marked George Kooi Leba non s i West and 1 North of Sioux Center 49 tic financial free appraisals on 4 Long term Federal land Bank Loans see Barney Evenson Natl farm loan Assn Sheldon la 4stfc real estate for Sale Imp 80 1 i East of be Corner of Doon Poss mar i priced for Quick Sale Byron Reed co inc 1018 North Erie storm Lake Iowa 49c for Sale Choice All tillable 160 Price see Meylik son at Hull la 48i9c for Sale Small House to be moved off lot to make room for expansion the Alton Cement works 4s49c Legal notices notice of appointment probate no 6727 Rock Volley Coop holds annual meet monday afternoon Council buys traffic lights for Corner Rock Valley the Community Oil company will hold its annual meeting monday til the orpheus theatre financial statements show the assets at 513557738 Stock dividends pay Abel amount to the total sales amount the Gross margin was stated at the patronage dividend amounted to s26q 1279 there Are s94 stockholders and 2819 shares of Stock out total Gallons sold were 1206317 and 823370 Gallons of gasoline were sold a total of was paid in taxes Elmer Miller was chosen manager again he has held this position since 1944 Arthur w Klein Charles f Gayer and Wesley Miller were reelected As directors f t me Gill president Chas Gayer vice president and Stanley Keegan Secretary treasurer were nil reelected the town Council decided on monday night to buy traffic Sig Nal lights for the intersection at Cheryl Mao Sandra Kac and Enung David Lee children of or and mrs David Henderson or and mrs Carl Miller of Hudson visited in the Homo of Herman Schmidt thurs mrs Day or and mrs Oscar Miller and family were supper guests in the Wesley Miller Home on thursday evening guests were or and mrs Karl Miller of Hudson and or and mrs Paul Beumer and children the woman Federated club met in the Home of mrs Ted Bauman Friday afternoon mrs Allen Bonthuis was in charge of the program and gave a Short interesting talk on Turkey she told How financial Aid from other countries including the United states had helped them improve their roads and communication facilities which in turn improved living conditions she also gave a talk and showed films on Flowers this film was taken in Shenandoah Iowa by a lady who talks Over the radio and told much of various Flowers soil location Best suited to them mrs Dick Roelofs operated the machine the ladies discussed plans and the hostess served a delicious lunch mrs Paul Pember spent the mrs May Loftus and Lelia Elsie and Hazel Dearborn visited Tom Doorn and family at the a acted heart Hospital and also with or and mrs Peter Noteboom in Orange City tuesday afternoon mrs Ethel Wesselink mrs Mabel me Elroy mrs Clifton Moore and daughter mrs Walter Vugteveen and mrs John Paul Collena Ufah enjoyed a supper at the cottage in Sioux Falls monday evening among relatives from a distance who attended the fun eral of Tom ver doom were or and mrs Bert Bliek and family of i mood or and mrs Martin ver doom and family mrs Neal ver doom and Joan or and mrs Alvin Reinke comic ver doom of Ashton or and mrs Bare Vald and or and mrs Marvin Boote of Worthington mint or and mrs Engeltjes and or and mrs Dick ver doom of Orange City or and mrs Cornie Huy ser of Rock rapids Case Wau of Cherokee or and mrs Ger Rit Van Noort of Fairview s Dak All of the children were also present and also a Large number of friends or and mrs Merle Suter went to Cherokee sunday Ard vow Jiu Luuy Day thursday and Hale Pember mrs Suter attended the 8th Dis and mrs Del Ruar de spent Friday at the Vernon Ahrendt Home near Inwood help a try a Tiki Kyj 14th and main Street the lights Ling Thorn move to a farm near will be the Standard red Andler Larchwood Green Stop Ami go lights used members of the Spencer Dis in big City intersections they strict youth Council met in will be placed As soon As the methodist Church sunday possible afternoon the Council and the members of the Rock Valley mrs John Harmelink left on j youth Fellowship group Enjo Maier visited m me Wil monday for Denver Colo toted a dinner at the Church Sun Home sunday afternoon spend about a month in the Day noon Home of or and mrs Robert funeral services for mrs John strict meeting of the vow Auxin iary the meeting was held in the Fern room of hotel Lewis or and mrs Melvin Van Osterloo and or and mrs Henry Vander Bok wore guests at the George de Boer Homo sunday evening or and mrs Herman Zim Merman and Amelia Muehle Thaler visited in the will Serck Auu airs Ito Oertl Juneau services Lor mrs John Weide of Sioux Center notice of the appointment i Harmelink she was taken to j Lynch Nee Catherine Dezoete sunday evening guests at of executor Sheldon to begin her journey who grew up in this Community John Vande Kerk Home state of Iowa Sioux coun1 by mrs Allen Bonthuis Nome to is notice is hereby Given mrs May Loftus and Lelia or and mrs Fred Vander Weide of Sioux Center were the were held recently she was i or and mrs Fred Bone married to John Lynch ten Stroo and family visited in the v vim Jivis Mai Biro Ana Lasiy visited in the in Dearborn visited miss years ago and they now have Egbert Bonestroo Home at Hull in her Home j three children she is also sur sunday evening the undersigned has been and mrs Katherine Ruiter in Vived by Leo and Fra g Rby Community Hospital in Zoette of Chino Calif a of nov qty Ludwa Friday afternoon i Nick Murphy of Hull uu1b ap1it me Weels of the Arthur Cole and Wicheta p j Rielly Home m Sheldon on of Fullerton Calif to and mrs Beckman de or and mrs Chris Van oos mrs free and children of emmets mrs Burg spent the week end in the a re afternoon All persons indebted to said estate the Sioux county j six children were baptized in worship service Church of the the same will authenticated for allowance and office of the clerk of the District court of Sioux county at Orange City Iowa Gerrit Bakker executor Maurice a Tepaske attorney d Tiersha clerk District court dated january 12 1955 Sandra and Gary de Bruin children of or 13 Rev Hugo Beyer who has and daughter and mrs Jennie been confined to the lutheran Beckman of Inwood were Sun Hospital in Sioux City was dismay evening visitors at the missed last week end Rev and Gilbert de Zeeuw Home mrs with bin or Elton tier before mrs Gerrit v v Boer son or Arkansas where Thev wi1 Boer and last will and testament of Sadie and ills Cleveringa late of Sioux county Rev and Iowa deceased at which time and Rev George mar place you will appear and ten of spent the even inor i Ria cause if any Why said will should not be admitted to probate ing in the Gerrit de Boer Home mrs John g de Boer died published once a week for 2 Coni Hereunto set my Fazand and affixed Secir Tive weeks in the Sioux Centre 3eal of court this Ter news r4b4v 17ul Day of january a d 1955 in testimony whereof i have of a heart attack and funeral the Frank e Scott comc6 Stock Yards in Sioux Eity Iowa Only Public livestock Market where every customer is important 45tfc notice in probate no 6751 to All whom it May con Cern you and each of you Are hereby notified to appear at the court House in Orange City Sioux county iowan tie 15th Day of february a d 1955 at Oclock Seal d Wiersma clerk of the District court Maurice a Tepaske attorney published for 3 con was in the Sioux Center news notice to bidders 1 sealed bids will be received the auditor of Sioux county at o cock r j a m to attend the probate of an instrument purporting to be the High egg prices expected by fall say most economists egg prices for 5 years have been Down one the next paces were Low in 1954 Many folks who study egg Presa you 11 be Selling eggs at extra Hiffa prices next fell and Wint Onfer chides now for Best profit Opportunity take advantage of this Fine profit Opportunity order Chicks now and be sure to raise them on Purina Starten and growing chows for Low Cost development that Means youth have lots of eggs to sell when prices Are highest Sioux hatchery feed store overhauling of All kinds any Notke of tractor or also Small Gas engines we have rings valves or anything that it might Johns tractor Auto repair John Hoo land prop located in Sioux land Exchange building dial 22313 Oclock a 51 on february 15 1955 for the various items of construction work listed below 2 a certified Check drawn up on a solvent Iowa Bank in an a mount As set Forth in the proposal form made payable to the county auditor shall be filed with each proposal this Check May be cashed and the proceeds retained by the county As liquidated damages if the bidder fails to execute a contract and file an approved Bond for the faithful performance there of within ten Days after the acceptance of his bid 3 plans specifications and proposal forms for the work May be seen and May be secured at the office of the county auditor 4 All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the county sealed and plainly marked proposals containing any reservations not provided for inthe forms furnished May be rejected and the county Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or All bids 5 attention of bidders is directed to the special provisions cover ing the qualifications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the contract pro no 6 x 20 beam Bridge located Between sections involving 328 c y Concrete 19462 ibs structural used tractors 1950 r mils Moline with uni Matic Hydraulic plow and cultivator 1949 Ford tractor 1948 Ford tractor with St Pup trans Mission 1946 we Allis Chalmers tractor Mouw implement co fam Creo lumber 740 1 f Creo piling 132 ibs hardware 125 i f rail 8 Creo posts 155 c y class 10 excava Channel 148 c y class 20 excava 12 c y class 21 excava Check pro no 7 x 20 beam 6nt to Sheldon to remained for a few her Mother mrs Days with her daughter mrs John Van Berkum Suff ered a heart attack thursday leave of absence until re buyers health improves or and mrs Henry Vander services were held this monday she was 71 years old or and mrs Eugene Reid entertained at a Turkey supper thursday evening in Honor of their daughter Debras first birthday guests were or and mrs Melvin Torwelle mrs Lenore Reid or and mrs Jack Ping Gary and Sandy All of freon and or and mrs will Serck or and mrs John Vande Kerk or and mrs Al Van Beek or and mrs Clarence Kempema or and mrs George de Boer and or and mrs Henry Vander Bok attended the dedication of the Christian re formed Church at Sioux City wednesday evening or and mrs John Schuller of Sioux Center visited in the mrs Tom ver Doorn Home on thursday evening Circle Ruth met in the Home of mrs Gene Bunch wednesday afternoon with eight members present the chairman mrs Calsbeek handed out Pillow cases to be embroidered lunch was served by the hostess Circle number 2 met in the Home of mrs Ted Bauman with a Good attendance mrs Art Vandeweerd gave two Chap ters from the Book the Mas Ter Galleth for dish towels were worked on and Many paid in their Penny a Day fund the next meeting will be in the Home of mrs John Dykstra the third wednesday of february lunch was served by the hostess the truck from the Goodwill industries will be Here tues Day feb 1 All those wishing to donate articles May Call mrs George Schouten Tel 576 or and mrs n a Price at tended a congregational Church meeting in Onawa la tuesday Tuuu Cilc ids structural f i ii Ixo it vuhu1c11 steel 5261 ibs rein steel 3 968 week As or Price is Ellen mrs Henry de Vries of also pastor of the congregation Fairview so Dak Katherine mrs r a Iriam j Bridge located Between sections 7 a when Jim Long Brothers and Sisters Joe involving 32jb c use he found his Dick Martin Ann mrs i n it wag broken Jim is a Van or Concrete 19492 ibs structural steel 5561 ibs rein steel 3968 fam Creo lumber 660 1 f Creo piling 132 ibs hardware 125 1 f rail 8 Creo posts 122 c y class 10 excava Channel 240 c y class 20 excava 12 c y class 21 excava Check beam and is now in the Sioux Center Hospital or and mrs de de Haas and mrs Greta Vander Poel took Case Zwaan to be Mars sunday so he could take the bus to Cherokee he visited mrs Tom ver Doorn and mrs Vander Poel since thursday or and mrs Eugene Reid and children visited or and mrs Richard Vande Velde sat urday evening John Vande Kerk and John Kragt attended a business meet ing at Sioux City this monday or and mrs Casey Gerritsen and children were sunday evening visitors at the Merle us Ter Home or and mrs Tom ver Wey were business visitors in Hull and visited in the Home of mrs Emma Stutzman in Boyden on monday afternoon or and mrs John Nebben of Hawarden were sunday even ing supper guests in the John c Dykstra Home or and mrs Henry Feekes and son and mrs Minnie de Zeeuw were visitors in the borne of or and mrs Clifford Swier at Colton and or and mrs Otto Stegenga at Chester s Dak wednesday evening mrs Gerrit Harthoorn of the Rock rapids Community visited in the Dan de Jonge Home Tom Verdoorn funeral services for Tom ver Doorn of Rock Valley were held saturday Jan 22 at the Home and at the High school auditorium at Rock Valley with Clyde Johnson and Wooster Pattan officiating burial was in the Rock Valley cemetery with Vander Ploens funeral Home of Sioux Center in charge of arrangements or Tom Verdoorn was born in the Netherlands on july 3 1887 and passed away thurs morning Jan 20 after a Short illness at the age of 67 years 7 months and 17 Days on March 24 1915 he was United in marriage to Sadie Zwaan at Rock Valley and to this Union were born the following children Hull where they remained Only a Short time and then settled on a farm near Rock Valley where they spent 30 years together in 1941 they moved to town where they retired and on May 3 1953 or de Boer preceded in death mrs de Boer is survived by the following children Cora mrs John Otten of Doon Hattie mrs Nick Cleveringa of Rock Valley Gertie mrs Neal Van Middendorp of Rock rapids Effie mrs Bessel Van Middendorp of Alvord Ger Rit Jennie mrs Bert Driesen a thur and Oscar All of Rock Valley one son died in infancy she is Al so survived by 28 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren and one brother John Van group of Oka ton s d two Brothers Oscar and Claus and one sister preceded her in death in the Netherlands it u possible to leave Wake Island on january 21 and arrive at Midway Island on january 20 Sioux Center thurs Jan 27 1955 the gospel hour Klem 1410 every sunday at p m sponsored by the Christian reformed churches of thu area 4319p announcements the Central reformed Church Marion e Klaaren pastor morning worship a m sunday school a m senior c e at p m evening worship p m first Baptist Church 633 1st ave s w Ralph c Mulder pastor sunday school a m morning worship a m youth Fellowship p m evening worship p m does baptism take the place of circumcision prayer and Bible study on thursday evening at 8 p m first reformed Church a m morning worship Rev Frank de Jong pm afternoon worship p m sunday school p m Christian Endeavor Christ our our brother on 80 acres or 800 it pays to own a Harvest re Neth reformed Church Rev c Hegeman pastor morning worship English afternoon service dutch evening service English peace lutheran Church Sioux Center Iowa sunday morning worship sunday school at a m Rev Schmidt of Craig in charge get 400tons of feeding from a 200ton Harvest re teas restore can give you twice its rated capacity each year 400 ton feeding efficiency and More from a 200ton unit with Harv store you fill at the top while you unload from the Bottom in combination with Harvest res exclusive sealed construction which prevents spoilage you can now maintain a year round program of filling and feeding Harvest res sealed construction now makes it possible to store a variety of crops grass silage haulage half dry Corn silage sealed construction prevents spoilage heating and Mold retains valuable nutrients this High Quality Harvest Ora feed shows up in Shorter fatten ing periods better Breeding performance snorts vigorous Young improved milk or supplement needs get All the facts from us sealed Coni Truckton it Ted out cd Zitea the Capua of Poi loan Tuu surfaced steel Simija in out Al nurture costly Maine Buooa mechanical Bottom unto Der i with a Mecha Oscai Feedor you practical Pua Lut any Oil Herd Kosters repair mfg Al Church in Jim Van Berkum son of or and mrs James Van Bercum a local restaurant Here last Ren he is further survived by Sev sunday he and his companion in grandchildren and the follow James Kois of Hudson Joe ver Doorn of Whittier Calif and Greta mrs Elmer Vel Karap of Rock i besides his wife and child Jim is a Mem Van Weste Huizen mrs Mary de bar of the Independent Baske groot Bertha mrs Arie Gaalswyk Ball team Toni mrs Henry Van Wouden or and mrs Thorn Burg and Grace one brother pre Burg and children arrived Home ceded him As Well As both his tuesday from los Angeles Cal where they had spent several father and Mother weeks d my b Jacobs mrs John g de Boer Fune rat services for mrs John or de Boer of Valley we7e involving 481 c y on in Falls Hela monday january 24 at the Concrete 42952 ibs structural i inv a v Home and at the Christian Reform steel 7 916 ibs rein steel Lush no m m at Rock Valley with 3776 fam Creo lumber 74ciff Law to u Paul Rev officiating burial Creo piling 134 ibs g to Chi iwas in the Rock Vasilev cemetery y ids hardware rare were pfc John Paul col1 with Vander Ploens funeral is stationed or p Home of Sioux Center in charge remain there of arrangements class 21 excava r g be hat january 18 1955 Board of Sud m a i v group passed away Fri Ervi sors of Sioux county Vande Day morning Jan 21 at her Home by m t Van w i were who at the a of 71 years 9 months county auditor j attend5 the dedication of the and 18 Days in february of 1904 county auditor new Christian reformed Church she was United in Maruge after m skua City wednesday eve which they moved to a farm near egg prices thursday Jan 27 no 1 3oc no 2 26c straight 28c another reason Why your Best year around egg Market is at the Juffer produce listed below is the Complete record of eggs sold and paces received for the year 1954 from one of our customers this list also includes the time in which his Pul lets started laying no of cases sold january 19 february 24 March 26 april 20 May 19 june 20 july 18 August 16 september 21 october 19 november 17 december h total no cases sold 230 total amount received 23639 27659 25913 19258 17289 16574 16286 14675 16437 12704 13072 8750 total amount received average amount per Case 1152 997 963 910 829 9o5 917 783 669 769 795 average amount per Case 922 or an approximate average of 31 cents per dozen have All the egg tickets with their grades and prices to Back up the above figures remember for the we Lead others follow phone a Nufler

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