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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Center volume 44 number 93 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper july 19ss i saw it happen the other a Fly went through the electric fan in my office without suffering any apparent but after being hurled out into the room on the current of the silly thing Cir cled Back around and tried the stunt this time it didst make it through and there was one less Fly in the had i not witnessed the incident with my own eyes i would never have believed that even a Fly could be that yet it i know teenagers that risk their necks every Day in taking chances just As great As this Fly took and apparently get Ting by unhurt time after the thrill of the the risk and excitement seem to entice them to try their silly stunts Over like the Fly in my they Circle Back to one More trip through the Blades of occasionally were All called up on at some time in life to take a Chance when the Odds seemed to be stacked against and if were Brave enough we meet the Occa Sion with in speaking experiences am 1 Here of necessary taking at girls a Chance when the need arises is but to take chances when there is no need for it is simply la Mountain Goat will venture out onto the highest precipice if necessary to escape imminent Dan but it never climbs those Heights just to have a look at the these sure footed animals t the relative safety of a gentle Grassy slope and will avoid the disy Heights unless they Are de to Retreat to and be they Are the Best Mountain climb ers in the animal sometimes i wonder what the psychological motive is that com Pels speedy driving when there i no need for passing at desperate clip when there is n need for racing a train t a crossing1 when there is no Nee for a is it the Roar of the the sound of hot rubber beating against the or an uninhibited urge to tap the limits of Power in the vehicle that makes people drive like mad the answer probably varies the years ago when horseback rid ing was some Young men killed their horses and sometimes themselves by driving them at Breakneck they demanded a fast ride from the animal even if it was just Down to the Mailbox and and they were willing to pay a fancy Price for a horse that was bred for people Shook their Heads in those when a Young Man drove like but there is a difference be f tween Riding a horse at top Speed and driving a car at top be sides the difference of about 70 Miles per automobiles have a Way of getting mixed up with other automobiles on our Busy and when accidents occur it is unusual when some other Driver int careful peo Mary Ann Klaaren Given place of Honor at state legion auxiliary meet miss Mary Ann Klaaren occupied a place of Honor at the state legion auxiliary convention banquet in Des Moines last she was seated at the speakers Able with Leo Dercy National auxiliary and de the banquet and other distinguish 11 youths slated for August draft was held in the ballroom at hotel fort Des and miss Daugh Ter of and Klaaren of Sioux gave a Short Greet armed forces 11 eleven Sioux county youths Are slated for induction into the ing to those attending the the girls state governor is also scheduled to appear this morning on the convention program when she will Tell of her experiences and benefits received Good will truck the Good will truck will Call in Sioux Center before 8 on August All donations should be at the George Siemen residence be fore that indians Riding at top of league after 2 More wins it was announced this week by the draft Board office in Orange City the list includes none from Sioux scheduled to go Are the follow ing James Stiffes of Granville Joe Vander Schaaf of Hospers Gerald Toft of Freeman Faber and Kenneth Van Gelder of Orange City Donald Smit and Donald Tiedeman of Hull Herman John Van Holland and Bernard vant Hul of Rock Val Ley and Gerrit Dykstra of Maur wider workmen shown laying pavement Tho Side of from the Corner it Mouw motor company South to second the Street is being widened to pro vide More parking and wider driving lanes past the Public school and the new Many Trees had to be removed to make Way for this by the news decrease in taxes proposed in Sioux county budget for 1956 less a slight decrease in taxes for Sioux county residents is propose in the budget approved by the Board of supervisors at a recent meet ing in Orange the decrease will total the budget for the year begin Ning january Calls for Otal of to be raised b taxation As compared n the budget a year a Public hearing will be Hal y the county Board ors at 10 augus when taxpayers will be give Opportunity to voice their Inions for or against the the estimated taxes per of assessed value was reduce irom to for towns an irom to for township the big saving in taxes for 195 came in the form of a reduction c in proposed expenditure for the new dropping fro a year ago to an expenditure of for the new county Home was include nearing completion the new Midwest Christian Junior College building in Sioux Center was moving nearer its scheduled completion Date this week As plastering Crews made Way for workmen to Lay Down the floors in the Tho new building will to completed sometime next month for occupancy before opening of fall practically All work and much of finishing on is photo by the news schedule final summer band concert for next to feature Baton act the final concert for the summer will be presented by the band next wednesday night when a special feature called the Battle of j vandalism at Pool vandals visited the Sandy hollow swimming Pool Mon Day night and destroyed a buoy system that had just been anchored in place that according to Gerald Sand who is in charge of the wooden weights and ropes were ripped out of place and scattered about the the rope was Dan de red Cross water safety said this is not the first instance of bad conduct at the several persons have thrown bottles and cans in the Pool with com plete disregard for the safety of persons using the Pool for Tho Case has been referred to the sheriffs office for Paullina and Rock Valley to test locals7 staying Power la seasons final schedule despite a 4 to 2 loss to Alton last week tuesday Sioux Center moved to the top of the Northwest Iowa league standings last week when Rock Valley got trimmed three in a Sioux Center now has a record 13 wins and 2 while Tho who have been lending Tho league since Early in the arc in second place with a record of 12 and Alton lipped the indians by scoring four run sin the first music is expected to attract much according to Advance Many of the old timers who played in the band regularly years ago will be out to match their pie Are killed and injured every skins against the younger Day by thoughtless Drivers who i director Joe Wandscheer expects make taking Foolhardy risks a1 the Fly in my office left a Mark on the fan but that is Uil twill probably the Only Mark it lived to car make in the i want to congratulate Fred Aue this Hes spent 50 years in banking and will step out of his regular routine this week to take life a Little fifty a great length of time to be connected with one institution and yet Fred Doest seem to show those certainly he deserves the change of Pace that comes with but my guess is that hell continue to keep a pretty close watch on what goes on in the after a half Cen it just wont be easy for him to walk away and leave the place the Best Way to beat the heat if you Haven not air conditioning is to find a Nice Shady spot and Park dont even move to get a drink of because the More you move the warmer you trouble is not Many of us can afford to concentrate on simply beating the weve got to earn a living even on hot the new vow Bowling Alley is nearing completion now and t seems rather certain that it will be ready for use around the first of six alleys will be and from what i can learn there this project has kept some of the vets Busy in their free time practically All summer needless to do nations for the project Are still More than the old timers that will be playing in the band next wednes Dave fact deserve Meh Praise for being sports enough to come out for that some of those men Haven had a Horn m their twirling act by Barbara Wassen he demonstration to be an inter sting another feature will be a Baton crowds have been Large every week again this year and the band Las Given some creditable perform despite the heat and occasional because of the nature of next weeks no program will be published ahead of Wandscheer Mol establishes shoe repair shop Lawrence who has spent More than 23 years repairing shoes at Louis leather store and working for Van Steen has opened his own shop in the location behind Lubbers Barb or he will Call it mollies shoe re pair shop and will offer a com plete shoe and Boot repair serv he opened for business this declines Call Haan has de hands in quite a few but tip betting Thell make some Good you probably won t want to miss better come As this will be the last one for the the Hock Valley rocks hit the rocks again last week when they were Defeated by and this was third loss of the season 32 the for the team that has been leading the local jeweler now member of National jewelry association Cedric Van Sioux Center has just announced his affiliation with Jewe a new National retail jewelry Van who owns vans jewelry the new corporation will be made up of some 450 retail jewellers with a combined annual volume in excess of million and includes one of the largest wholesale and import jewelry houses in the members and co owners of jewel House Are All Independent re ail jewellers and their combined using which is made pos sible through this new Organiza will exceed that of the larg est Chain organizations or metro Politan department Marie Roelofs is married to air Force major Marie Roelofs and major John Conway were married Friday july in the West min ister Chapel of the first pres6y Terian Church of the ceremony was performed by the Herman Broth Erin Law of the Conway will be remembered As the former Marie de Jong Roelofs of Maurice and Sioux Center and was for Many years the Sioux Center major and Conway will live in san where the former is stationed with the secur Ity Branch of the air corps at Kelly Beri Jard lined the called from the Christian reformed Church at recently receive councils proposed 1956 budget sets for streets the Sioux Center town Council proposes to raise through taxation to meet a budget that Calls for the expenditure 658 in it was revealed this week with the publication of the budget estimate for the coming the largest single item is a pro posed for but of this amount Only would be raised through the town had a Cash balance of in the Street fund at the first of this year and no major Street improve ments Are planned in the detailed budget appears As a Legal notice on an inside Page this weeks a hearing for persons appear ing for or against the budget will be at monday when the Council willed in last years budget and of eliminated from the recently approved other decreases in proposed expenditures for 1956 include 000 for the for farm to Market roads and for state increases in proposed expenditures include for the Gen ral for soldiers re for Bovine tuber culo for the county youth and for Bangs Crad county 4h boys hold annual Field Day Here today the annual 4h Field Day for the 4h boys of Sioux county will be held july at the fair grounds in Sioux this will be an All Day event with the 4h county softball tournament being played and the election of new county the Sioux stockmen club was the county Champion in softball last present county 4h officers arc Paul Den Sioux Center Carl Van Orange City Secretary Eugene or Ange City and Herb Sioux Bank will observe double occasion saturday an occasion of double significance will be marked by the first National Bank this As was announced last the Bank Aue will conclude More than 50 years of Active service and by coincidence this week also Marks the 50th anniversary of the local institutions becoming a National both occasions will be recognized with a special open House event Friday and july 29 and during the hours from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 refreshments will be served to both adults and the Public is invited to come in and visit with Aue and Cele brate the occasion of the Banks All Public school faculty positions Are filled school to Start August 29 nine new teachers named for grades and High school Kinsey announced this week that All faculty selections for the Public school have made and that school will open nine new teachers have been hired by the Board of education and All but one have had pre Vious teaching they were listed by Kinsey As follows Ralph a Huron a univer sity of South Dakota Home Joe instrumental a West mar Sioux Arlene is Iowa state Ronald High Olaf Home Sioux Donna elementary music and High a Gustavus Adolphus Dun Arnold High social a West mar Sioux Arnold fourth a Central Sioux Carol Van third elementary Northwestern College Orange Marlys first Grade elementary graduate West mar teachers who will be return o g ing for another year Are superintendent principal Paul Muys coach and Bible Howar coach and social stud Les Martin science an Drivers training Shirleen by vocal Elizabeth 9 English Paul vocational agriculture Ted Vermeer mathematics John Gorzeman High principal Henry a sixth Grade Arlen fifth Grade Wilm third Grade e Nora second Gradi Anna Marie first Grad Barbara Kinder a Kinsey said All of the new teachers come highly recommended from both the col Leges where they attended and from the communities where they have taught work night tomorrow evening will be work night at Sandy people in the Community who can give an hour or two of work Are asked to come equip Ped with Weed cutters and the work schedule will begin at m income to be received from Harmelink to preach Farewell Sermon sunday Herman who has accepted a Call to become pastor of a reformed Church in will be preaching his Farewell Sermon to the Carmel Church congregation at a congregational business meeting held at the Church on wednesday Carmel evening sources other than taxation estimated at for 1956 As compared to in last year s a Complete report of the new budget is printed in the form of Legal notice on another Page of his Issue of the Mercury hits 98 two Days in Row n Sioux county the heat wave that has Blan cited much of the Middle West Ince monday pushed the Mer Ury up to an unofficial 98 de Grees tuesday afternoon again yesterday to Register reasons highest Sioux county residents were seeking Relief in front of air conditioners and in ice cold drinks were outselling Coffee two Toone in and the swimming pools were this weeks wave Fol Lowed closely behind one Las week that brought scorching weather for harvesting opera the Only Relief came it was decided to extend a Call to the John Hibma of and the softball schedule set for August on july 15 the yellow Jack ets proved to be giant killers As they bumped Oft Rock Valley by the score of 5 to Kosters pitched and Vermeer caught for the Vanden Bosch and Van Holland i id cd pitching and catching chores for the in the second game Buyert Over took Bonnema in a pitchers Duel As the indians shoved across two runs in the Bottom of the sixth to break a 1all tie and beat the red 3 to d Vanmaanen caught for the indians with Brown catch ing for the red on july 19 in the first game two on a Homer by Scholton in the one run in the first inning and another in Tho 9th were not enough to keep Alton from Dave Vancle Berg pitched Tho first three innings before being relieved by Ron Sioux centers hitters had Tough Luck with their Fly hitting 12 of them into the hands of Altos wide awake Akron downed Akron went on their Home Field thursday Tho indians scored 7 runs in the first two innings and went on to bring in the final runner in the Akron scored one in the 3 in the 4th and one in the Tegrotenhuis went All the Way for the indians and la hulls did the Ken do Vos and los completion of Over of to Grotenhuis homered and Wayne Juffer got a triple and a Remsen beaten the team that humbled he rocks for the third time last hero tuesday the indians lasted the 4th nning before breaking Loose to smash up a tight pitchers they scored eight times in Tho 4th every Sib ii Center player shipped in with at least one base hit As the indians slate cd out leading the team in batting were Sandbulte with Turco Ron Juffer with two Doub and Ken de who cracked out a Homer in the 6th with a Man on Tegrotenhuis pitched a neat five hitter and Lehudis and Sand Bulte divided Tho to meet rocks the indians will play their next games against Sheldon there to Paullina there tuesday and will meet Rock Valley Here next thursday Rock Valley presently ranks second in league standings and Paullina holds third with a record of 11 and the Rock Valley game will be he last on the regular league schedule and May determine the eague uninterrupted the first National Bank of Sioux Center was one of the few Banks in the area that opened unrestricted following the Bank Holiday in March woman club sets 6 As Date for Flower show the annual Flower show sponsored by club will the local be held at woman the City Hall saturday afternoon and August All Flower lovers Are Welcome to View the Many arrangements and arc also invited to contribute any Flowers they might All Flowers for display should be brought to the town Hal by 10 Oclock that Silver Tea will be held in the afternoon and there is a possibility of holding a bake four pay fines on traffic charges shut fast Schuller pitched a the red Caps 2 to 0 in a saturday and sunday when the Mercury registered a mild 86 and 88 meanwhile the Sioux county Farmers were harvesting bumper crop of Oats and were watching Corn maturing from two to three weeks ahead of soybeans also looked exceptionally Good this week where moisture was and that included most of Sioux county except in the Western part of the county where Rains have been less fre quent and not As heavy As else new shoe shop will open Here Owen Reynolds of Sioux City announced this week the opening of a new shoe repair shop in Sioux which will be Loca Ted in the basement of the Wessel Ink he plans to open for business saturday and will operate a Shine parlor in conjunction with the repair is married to the former Genevieve has been employed in the shoe repair out Carmel four hitter and allowed no base runner beyond second Schuller threw to Brown for the red capt with the Groten Huta and Bartels pitching Sandbulte for the in the second game Bock Valley had a 5 to 1 Lead Over Hull in the fifth but had to score one in the seventh to win the game As Hull tied the score with four runs in the final score was 6 to in last fridays first game it was a slam bang affair As Rock Valley bumped off the 12 to for the winners it was Vanden Bosch and Van Holland pitching and Van Holland catching part of the for the Kaemingk and Buyert threw to e in a second thrilling game the red Caps nosed out Hull 6 to As hulls last inning rally was snuffed out after one run by a double Schuller and Vander Schaaf hit Hom ers for the red for the winners it was Schuller and g for Hull it was Bogaard and tuesday night it was Sioux Center girls overpower ing the Boyden girls in a five nning 9 to 3 in the second game it was the yellow i four cases on traffic violations were heard during the past two weeks by Justice Martin John Vanderstouwe of or Ange City paid a Fine of and costs july 10 on a charge of improper passing and Speed ing on main Avenue july after being issued a summons by mayor the Wilmar Van Burkum of Rock Valley paid a Fine of and costs on a charge of speeding on main Avenue july he was picked up by officer Jake Duistermars and appeared be fore Justice Kuiken july Henry Westra of Sioux Cen Ter was fined and costs july 16 on a charge of having improper rear lights and no Load flags on the truck to was drive patrolman Streeter issued the summons july a Fine of and costs a paid by Clarence de non o Sioux Center on a charge o speeding with a truck on gravel Road West of Here jul he appeared july business in Sioux army he is an Coal mines have been Burnini in Pennsylvania since Tho time o the civil speakers named for Bible conference the annual Cedar Falls Bible conference will again be held his year beginning on july 31 and lasting until among he speakers who appear and who Are known in this Vicinity i Gus Koopman of and Vander president of Central col at several from Here plan to Brooks enter hogs in National Duroc Cedar rapids two Sioux county residents have entered purebred Duroc in the National Duroc Congress to be held in Cedar on july 29 and Bert Broek and sons of Sioux Center is entering a bred fall Spring Spring Gilt and a pen of three Spring gilts Dave Broek of Hull is entering a Spring boar and a Spring the i mail was being carried in new German Volkswagen when Rural mail Carrier Steenwyk put car to s his routes out of that the Hood that you see lifted up in jackets Over Carmel m a real by not my having motor under it it has 9 tank and 8 to in eight t monday continued on Back Page sets about Miles to by the news

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