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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa I think in Given As much to go ing away on a Holiday As i like to get out and see different different faces and even mingle in the maddening but for a really restful Holiday sometimes one spent at Home beats them absent is the Rush of getting ready to the tire some driving in1 heavy and the weary journey Home sometimes these things make a Long week end too you live up too Many hours in too Short a if you just plan to stay at on the other theres no need for Early no Call for Monot Onous hours behind the steering wheel and no necessity for return ing to a hot and Stuffy House in which to spend the the Holiday goes by As if harnessed to a plodding and you have time to drink in the quiet and peacefulness that comes when there is no ill and its kind of Lazy to simply let the Day run itself until it is completely run but if you crave rest that the Best Way to get summer holidays always seem to end the same when the warm Sun begins to cast its Long rays from the it seems to give signal for the breaking up of volume m number 20 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper former Ireton Man killed in Auto crash near there sunday county 4th death John son of and Cornelius wacko of ire died almost instantly at about sunday As the result of a two ear collision two Miles East of he died of a1 fractured tired children cry More easily and their bawling punctuates the car doors slam and motors a Breeze stirs the leaves on the Trees As the night air moves people their clothing rumpled and soiled and their minds reorganizing themselves for the Morrow when the workaday schedule must be resumed the steady traffic on the highways sets up a rhythmic beat that will continue far into the a constant swish swish As hot tires Brush across the warm except for the other movements am other activities seem of have worn themselves a full Day has been filled with All the emotional experiences common to the human Sor love and maybe several Hundred the mass of humanity a entertained itself in a thousand planned and accidental Anc now the clock is ticking out the last ending the Holiday which was Good for some and Bac for the pattern of the Holiday is always the it is repetitious repetitious but we go on having we americans must have our holi they do something for but nobody exactly what or we like them be cause they interrupt the Repetti Rusness of our daily and when the time comes when we cant enjoy a Short interruption were probably in a bad state of mental and so As the sum Mer Holiday draws to a Mil Lions of us have had our tonic and were probably better fit for the following Days of it was Good for most of an Indian in Minnesota once described a firecracker As a stick that says Shah before it goes it May seem a Little Early to be giving this but we Al ready have some tall Corn Corn ers out in the Rural areas of the county and its a pretty Good idea to approach those gravel Road intersections now with extra Cau when the Corn reaches above the Fence tops it is beginning to Blind motorists so drive with some of the men around Rock Valley look like a dog with a muzzle full of Porcupine if youve Ever seen its a pitiful i dont mean the men with the Gray and Black the men look Oil except that i wonder if there Arent some women around Rock Valley who might draw the same comparison that i have and add that these males feel like dogs with a muzzle full of Porcupine Rock Valley will be celebrating its Diamond anniversary that the reason for All the heavy Pete Western Auto store owner says he has the shortest and quickest Way to Fig ure the new 2 per cent state sales take the total Price of the items purchased and simply Divide by the answer is the a mount of sales tax to be collected on the its Quick and allows the least room for or Schouten this was the fourth Auto fatality in Sioux county this according to sheriff Harry Dyk who investigated the Acci Wabeke and his wife and two children were driving North and and John also of were going East on their Way to a country lutheran Church when the two cars came Wabeke was driving a 1952 Pontiac and was driving a 1953 sheriff Dykstra said the Corner was not neither Wabeke nor their two children were seriously Toenjes suffered a broken Collar Bone and other bruises while his escaped with cuts and Young a radar technician who was helping install a radar station in was visiting his parents Over the week funeral services were held at the methodist Church in Hawarden tuesday and military services will be held today in Oklahoma where the Wabeke had made their Home since he was discharged from the air burial will be John Wabeke was born March near at the age of 15 he moved with his family to a farm Northeast of ire ton and was graduated from the Maurice High following his graduation he attended an electronics school at after completing his studies in electronics he accepted a Job in where he remained until october when he joined the United states air he served his country four years As radar maintenance during his tour of duty he was United in marriage to Juanita Mae Mclain of on october to this marriage were born two Larry Joe who is 21 and Deberah Kay who is 4 months John was released from Active duty october after which time he has been employed at tinker air Force As ground radar installer and re at the time of his death he was on detached service from tin Ker air Force he was baptized in the Christian Faith at the age of twelve years and joined the methodist Church at he was a Loyal attendant at sunday receiving several attendance John leaves to cherish his Mem Ory his wife and two his one sister Christine Albert Pike of Oklahoma and six Brothers Arie of Jacobus Jake of Iowa Frank of Oklahoma Gerrit of Bastian Capp of Maurice and Cornelius Junior of 10 youths named for july draft ten Sioux county men Are slated for induction into the armed for Ces july it was reported this week by the draft Board office in Orange the list includes none from Sioux named to leave at 6 july 18 Are the following Alvin Robert de meet in and Robert Huibregtse of Hull Hilmore Donald Vander Weide and Rodney Hoog land of Orange City Aric Van Hofwegen and Marvin Groenweg of Rock Valley Preston Krom Mendyk of Ireton and Frederick Sta weather of july ims cowgirls to be theme of weekly Story hour beginning july the weekly Library Story hour under the direction of Janice Vermeer will be held on Fri Days rather than on thursdays from 10 to 11 cowboys and cowgirls will be the theme of tomorrows Story hour and All the Young sters May come dressed in cow cowgirl or Davy Crockett outfits if they some of the books to be read Are Cowboy Eddie by Glassock bide Emroy Rogers on the double r and Eagle ranch by seven assigned Forsky watch the Sioux Center observation Ost on top the Grade school build no will be manned again sunday or another training scheduled to serve As observers his week Are the following Jack Oliver Vernon Mouw Louis Boeyink Dan Voorderman Jim de Ruyter Ben Sandbulte Howard Lubach ask ballots will be mailed Friday to county Farmers ballots for the annual ask town ship or Community elections will be mailed to Sioux county Farmers on july it has been announced by John chairman of the county ask com a ballot will be sent to each of the operators listed in the county ask office As eligible to participate in the Community besides a each voter will receive an envelope for his use in returning his vote by each voter will also receive Complete instructions on methods to be Fol Lowed to maintain secrecy in his any farm owner or operator who believes he is eligible to vote but fails to receive a ballot for his township is urged to notify the county ask office at the voters will have until july 15 to Mark their ballots and deliver or trial them Back to the county to be printed on the ballots for each township will be the names of All candidates nominated by the Community elections additional names May be written in by voters who so to be elected in each township Are three ask Community committeemen and two alternate com Mittee the candidate who receives the greatest number of votes will be chairman of the committee for the new oneyear term beginning August the one receiving the next highest number of votes will serve As vice the third member and the first and second alternates will be similarly selected the basis of number of votes a t h r e member tabulation Board appointed by the county ask election Board will count the ballots on july and the results will be announced As soon As pos the county tabulation Board consists of Nelson de Jong of Holland Oscar Eason of Nassau township and Harry de Jong of Sherman the newly elected Community committee chairmen and vice chairmen will automatically be come delegates and alternate Dele Gate to the county convention at which the county ask committee for the next 12 months will be the convention will be heart at City on july heres fourth of july Corn Young Raymond year old son of Gertrude Boone of Sioux tries using stilts to look Over the tops of this Corn in a Field near Sioux Center on the fourth of a find knee High Corn even on most Corn stood Between three and four feet High in Sioux county this week and was growing faster every warm and humid weather with warm nights gave Corn almost Ideal growing by the news band to present program of 11 numbers at summer concert wednesday night the made up entirely of old favorite an overture Young will present a con and sacred Cert of 11 numbers at the Park director Joe Wandscher an next wednesday included bounced the following program in the program will be several for the evening program Shelby March Noel Washington Post Sousa Sandra Holmes Stout hearted men Romberg Beautiful Garden of prayer Fillmore Hall of Fame concert Olivadoti songs of Faith selection of hymns Scott on the mall Goldman red skin Walters colonel miners March Rosenkrans National Anthem Sioux county Farmers have Well watered reids of Corn annual red Cross meeting tomorrow at Orange City the annual meeting of the Siou county chapter of the America red Cross will be held in the Bac room of the Corner cafe Friday july at Orange it will b held at 2 reports for the past years of orations will be read and sue other business As is brought by fore the meeting will be discuss cd All persons interested in re Cross work arc urged to attn this Roger la of chapter bounced this ladies free at Ball game tuesday ladies will be admitted free t the baseball game tuesday nigh when Sioux Center plays Sanbor the women will be Spuccia guests at the o will pay the usual admission Chargo or use their season 26 Sioux county 4h girls attend Camp at Okoboji Sioux county has 26 girls and 3 chaperones at the 4h girls District Camp at Okoboji this theme of this years Camp is Gypsy which was suggested by Sioux Leona Orange City Kathleen Sioux cent or and Hans Moeller of Rock Valley will be the the girls attending Camp Are Shirley Vande Marilyn ver Norlene Joann Helen Audrey Karen and Karen Den Herder Ruth Fay Dawna Judy Glenda Vander Margaret Phyllis Kocsel Janet Linda Van Vera Van Rosalyn Van Lorna Clarice Gloria Sharon Linda Vander and Mary former local boys meet under unusual circumstances at Michigan Hospital two former Sioux Center boys were brought together rather unexpectedly and under unusual circumstances recently when they met at the Branson Hospital at the incident is related in the following Story from Michigan one of the men was Matthew now Matthew Kalamazoo leading son of Herman the other was Henry now Henry Poppen from because of the Type of anaesthesia used the doctor was Able to engage the patient in an interest ing conversation on the Progress of the surgery As the operation doctor and patient separated to continue their conversation at a later hour and to renew their Friendship of Sioux Center at the present writ ing both doctor and patient Are doing unexpected meeting and scene of activity will delay the de parture of and Poppen for their new Field in Singapore where the Poppens have been invited by the Malaya Synod of the chinese Christian Church for a three year term of Gerrit Baker and Don de Jager get Panama Gerrit who is stationed at fort Clayton in the Panama canal said in a recent letter to the news that he sometimes meets Don de Jager of Orange City when the two men have free de Jager is stationed at fort Davis at the other end of the can on the Atlantic and is a radar Baker is on the Pacific Side of the narrow strip of he and Baker live in capital City of Baker says the weather is Al ways the hot and and that As Long As he has been there de Jager is the Only one he has met from Sioux a spool of tread is known As a reel of Cotton in Maurice tipped by midgets legion to enter District the Sioux Center midget base Ball team Friday night measured up Maurice and brought Home an other Victory by a score of 4 to the Sioux Center boys got four runs on seven hits and Pitcher Norris Mouw allowed Only two hits and no earned the two outstanding hits of the game were a triple by Doug Zylstra and n double by the midget and Pewee schedule for the coming week is As follows thursday and peaces meet Rock Valley players Are to meet at the school at and Peewee play Orange City teams mid gets will meet at the Diamond at and Peewee play Boyden there players Are to meet at the school at legion schedule Junior legion players will engage in batting practice at this they will play the Sioux City Little Soos in a District tournament game at the Sioux City Soos Ball Park at players will leave from the school at the legion players won the Chance to go on to District comp edition by taking the county tournament june 25 in the finals match with Rock Windshield stickers being checked at Pool funds Short Drivers of cars visiting Sandy hollow without window stickers May be contacted soon and asked to donate toward the Pool it was announced this week by Mem Bers of the swimming Pool com they said that girls have been assigned to Check cars at frequent intervals and make a record of those coming to the Pool without Windshield they explained that it seemed Only fair that those making the most use of the swimming and picnic areas should contribute something for the facilities offered Money for lifeguards for maintenance expenses and other costs must come from funds collected during the com ing Community up to july 1 funds fell far Short of the amount needed to operate on this and it seems Likely now that the Pool will have to be closed earlier than had been the committee Fred Vanderhamm seriously injured Fred who Farny Southeast of suffered scr Lous injuries tuesday after Bein trampled or crushed by a steer his condition was reported to b critical tuesday evening but wednesday mornings report indicated that his condition was he was rushed to the Hawarden Hospital and treated for a Skul fracture and crushed As we As other possible and a veterinarian were sorting cattle in a bar on the Vanderhamm the veterinarian was in another Par of the barn and did not see wha president of the Sioux county Rural electrification association and of Northwest Iowa experimental farm association also is Secretary of Northwest Iowa Power aged local Devos Dies funeral services for de Long time resident of Sioux will be held at the Home of de de Vos at 1 and at the Bethel Christian reformed Church on july with Venema pall bearers Gerrit will be Art and William de burial will be in the Sioux Center Community Vander Ploens funeral services will be in charge arrange de Vos passed away at her Home july at the age of 92 she was born in the Netherlands August and came to America in she is survived by four sons William and As Well As 12 grand notice the Oelrich office will be closed from july 16 to july children and 17 great grand fire damages roof of Baker Home the about to extinguish a of the Marion firemen were called at yesterday morning fire on the roof Baker Home in the South part of Henry Brandes was scraping paint on the outside of the House with a blow Torch when it is believed the fire Accident ally started on the there was no water damage and Only a few holes were Cut in the four pay fines in local court four cases were heard by jus Tice Martin Kuiken during the Pas week and a few stiff fines were Karl Wayne Klein of Sioux can Tor paid a Fine of and costs july 5 after being picked up by officer Jake Duistermars june 13 on a charge of reckless driving the information was signed by Edward and Harold Egbert Van Beck of Maurice paid a Fine of and costs on a speeding charge after being arrested by John Vande Berg on South main july he appeared july 4 and paid the Henry Arvin Rozeboom paid a Fine of and costs july 4 on a charge of improper driving on main Avenue he was arrested by John Vande Berg july Herbert Willard Truman Dwayne Sand bul Glen and Cornie All of were picked up by officer Jake Duistermars july 4 on a charge of disturbing the peace by shooting firecrackers within the town the boys appeared july 5 and and were fined indians win their games Carmol took care of Hull easily Friday night in Tho they Defeated them 11 to Bartels and Grotenhuis threw to Sandbulte for the win with Van Berkum and Schaap forming Tho losing in the second game the indians eked out an 8 to 7 win Over the yellow thus spoiling their debut in the it was Kaemingk and Vanmaanen for the winners with rosters and Wissok pitching and Wiese and Vermeer tuesday night Rock Valley up another win in beating the red it was Rock Valley Cash ing in on some red Cap errors plus some hitting that kept them building that Van Holland tossed to Vanden Bosch for the win with Schuller and Brown going All the Way for the red Hull had control of the indians All the Way As they clobbered them 10 to Hull scored three Quick runs in the first inning and were never beaded after Dyk continued on Bac Page turn attention to Small Grain Harvest As cutting of Oats starts in area Hail does Little harm with heavy showers bringing plenty of rainfall to most areas in Sioux Farmers this week were surveying Corn Fields that looked better than Corn stood from three to four feet High in most Fields and had Good Corn Borer damage thus far has not been heavy but some Farmers were fearing greater damage from he second Brood of borers this indians split with Paullina in weeks two game series the Sioux Center baseball team won their league game with Paul wednesday night Bill dropped a no league contest on the fourth of july to the same with the absence of several Reg the indians Independence Day game slipped before a Large crowd at Wayne Juffer did the pitching that hot afternoon and Lehudis and Sandbulte each took half the game behind the Paullina won the contest in the third inning by getting two men on base and driving out a the indians didst score until the seventh when run Juffer and Sandbulte got on base and were brought Home on de Ruyters ninth inning win the old saying that a Ball game is never Over until the last Man is out was never More True than when Sioux Center closed out the first half of league play with a thrilling 65 win Over Dan de Ruyters triple to the Fence in Center Field with two men on base climaxed a three run ninth inning to give the indians the Sioux Center scored first in the second inning but the lakers grabbed the Lead with two tallies in the Dave Vande Berg gave the locals the Lead again in the sixth with a two run making the score Paullina fought Back by scoring three times in the 8th inning to take a 53 As Sioux Center came up for the last Wayne and Ron Juffer both reached base is a result of being hit by pitched Sandbulte hit a roller in front of the plate and one run scored As the Catcher threw the All away and set the stage for de Ruyters game winning Dave Vande Berg and Wayne Juffer shared the pitching and Lihudis score by innings Sullina 000 200 030 5 Sioux Center 010 002 003 6 the who now hold an 81 league will open their second half play at George Friday they will play Sanborn Here tuesday which has been designated ladies night and All women will be admitted month and in practically All Fann ers had finished their cultivating and were turning their attention to the Small Grain Cut Ting of Oats was started last week end in the county and was Well underway by while Tho yields Are not expected to to they will be better than had been predicted during Tho dry spell in most Farmers looked for an average oat the cutting of the second Alfalfa crop seemed to be As Good or better than the in the Opin Ion of some and ample Rains have improved pasture con Good showers heavy showers thursday eve Ning brought about 2 inches precipitation and some Hail in the Sioux Center area and lighter a mounts of rain in some other areas around the particularly around Alton and there the rainfall measured around an there was no serious Hail damage in the showers Early tuesday morning brought up to an Inch of rain just South of Sioux Center but less North of these Rains have gone a Long Way toward replenishing the soil moisture that was in very Short Supply in Bruinsma manager of Al stars for game at Valley three of Ball players Sioux centers top and team manager a Golden driven at Utah in marked the comple Ion of the first transcontinental Lane Bruinsma will help line up the opposition for Rock Valley to Morrow evening when the league Al stars take on one of the Strong est teams in the Lane Bruinsma will have charge of the get together team for the fourth season in succession and in the lineup will go Les to Groten Darrell acc rink and Wayne Juffer of Sioux Bruinsma will be assisted in managers duties by Rod Scholten of others who will play on the All Star team Are Benner and Gaudian of Paullina Raymond and Shriner of Sanborn Glowski and Vande Garde of Sheldon hop and Nutten of Orange City Camarigg and Gaul of Alton Mil Ler and Tucker of Akron Munday and Grotewold of George and fiddler and Augustine of George boys death on fourth is second drowning in gravel pit in Sioux county a 17 year old boy from George lost his life monday when he vent Down in about 35 feet of water in a gravel pit North of Boyden while bathing with a brother and two the fourth of july tragedy occurred at around 6 and Tho body was recovered at about dead was Ervin son of no lifeguards there will be no supervised swimming at Sandy hollow on sundays it was announced this week by red Cross water safety officer Dan de because of Lack of lifeguards will not be on duty sunday after four Sharps sing at Maurice sunday the four Sharps will present sacred program at Tho Maurice formed Church sunday uly at under the sponsor dip of the Sunshine Circle Socie members of the quartet Are Al Stan Vande Willis Rozeboom and Peter the Public is group will present sacred music Tonitte Orville associate principal of the Briarcrest Bible Institute at can a and three Young men and one Oung lady will present a sacred musical program at the first Bap St Church Here this uly the Public is and George mudder of his brother Lawrence and the two others went to Tho pit owned by the Boyden Sand and gravel company at about 5 and the youth went under at about 0 according to sheriff Harry Dyk who investigated Tho Acci none of the boys could he said the pit was posted against the sheriff said Tho other three boys saw Ervin mudder go Down but were incapable of rescuing Tho other Dennis i Brand and Roger had to restrain Lawrence mudder who wanted to try to go in the water after his conservation officer new Al of Sioux Center was called to help drag for the using his boat to work newel recovered the body in about 35 feet of funeral services for the mudder boy will be held at 2 this afternoon at he presbyterian Church at this was the second drowning in an unsupervised Sand pit in Sioux county this in May am Ireton Wendell lost his life while swimming in a pit near

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