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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa I dont know for sure what has brought it All but right now were living in a do it yourself perhaps its Only a passing but if it is Industry has really cashed in on there Are do it yourself kits for almost any task Man might attempt around the House and there Are countless do it yourself tools especially made for the what it a Mounta to is american ingenuity inspiring american and the results have been the Guy who liked to Putter around with a Small collection of hand hoots in a basement shop a few years ago now thinks Hes ready to build his own or even a new Hes been so indoctrinated with do it your self ideas that he hardly knows his own Hes a Bug for Power tools and a horse for Liesure hour if he Doest end up sawing his fingers hell prob ably wish he in one of the few left who the i Sioux Center loses first gome of season to Rock there tuesday the Sioux Center indians took their first loss of the season tuesday night when a few bad Breaks put them on the Short end of a to 2 they were Defeated by Rock the indians and the rocks were Haven progressed beyond Small collection of hand have a couple of a screwdriver and a pair of Good tools but not All i need for some of the ambitious projects that have been Laid out for you has a lot of Confidence in my ability along these lines and thinks if somebody else can build a Beautiful Hardwood China Cabinet i should per haps i but i that do it yourself phrase sounds Nice when you read it in a Book or mag it sounds in generous and but when my Good wife says it just sounds like we had a broken piece of Furni Ture around our House for Severa it was in parts and had to be repaired and reassembled i finally got at the Job last week and thought i All the parts Back in place the Way they belonged when my wife came Down to the basement to inspect her first impression was a Happy one but then she discovered a few Nal holes and other scars and circles or baser virion concluded that the thing hid been put together wrong i put Down my Hanfner with a gesture of utter deflation and muttered something about do it which probably was it the right thing to say at tha moment because she caught Only that recognizable and now pm in the dog House again a Man is better off if he Neve displays All his he Shoul never let his wife know he Ca Fry an fix a Light Cord or re pair a about some things n should be extremely helpless Al Ste life and he will live a Bette life for my wife knew too Muc about me before we were Marrie and has found out a number o other things about me nov if i dont do something quite the Way she thinks it should be done she thinks in careless or not applying that goes for every thing from pinning on a diaper to making Lumpy in supposed to be Handyman personified in our and that makes me a combination baby dish fixer and general i have excelled in All these things at one time or and i shall regret it the rest of my that is Why i have an urge to condemn this it yourself craze that has gripped so Many volume 64 Numnik 19 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper june 1955 legion club tops Rock to take county tourney for fourth time the Junior legion baseball team won the county tournament for the fourth straight year saturday night by beating Rock in the the local boys got 5 runs on 6 its and one while Rock Rath undefeated until this n it looked for a while As though Sioux Center would break the rame wide open when they Load id the bases without a single out n the oth then a double play let Wayne Uffer score but took the rocks of shaky later in the8th inning Juffer again scored on Sandbulte single or the Only other run of the Les Tegrotenhuis allowed Only two runs and the Rock Valley boys of the other two on errors in the and and 3rd Lihudis did he Rock Valley now has eight straight wins to Sioux centers score by innings Sioux Center 000 001 Rock Valley 211 000 Haan turns Down his 51st Call Bernard pastor of the first Christian reformed Church has declined his 51st Call since coming to Sioux Hans most recent Call came from a Christian reformed Church at defect Remien the indians Defeated thursday with the Groten mis again on the he was also the slugger of the driving out a Homer in the 3rd to score free Tegrotenhuis allowed two runs n the opening inning and one in she while the indians put on two scoring getting five runs in the 3rd and five again in the score by innings Remsen 200 000 3 Sioux Center 105 005 a change in the schedule be cause of local conflicts pitted the indians against Paullina Here last the news went to press be fore this game got the indians will again play Paullina there on the afraid that by showing so much initiative were going to lower our stature another notch in our instead of be ing the head of the House Well be the part that wags when head is Happy historians of the next Cen hire will record the fall of the american male with a description of his household tasks and Crown the female for coining the phrase that ultimately brought about the it yourself history is not we would like to remind a few of our read ers who Are in the habit of turn ing in items two or three weeks after the event has we absolutely cant publish club re and items of that nature simply to provide printed mater Ial for a scrap if you want to be sure a certain item gets in the be sure it reaches us before it is were anxious to receive Good live news stories but old reports Arent in this Cate Mary Ann to report on experiences at auxiliary meeting Mary Ann Hawkeye Giri Tiehm will speak on her experiences at the 1955 ses Sion at a Public meeting of the american legion at a july m the leg Ion this will be a regular july meet ing of the but the pub Lic is cordially invited to hear Mary Anns and there will w Thlu Sioux City Man praises Sioux Center firemen both the Community and the Sioux Center Volunteer fire department received High Praise last week from a Sioux City Man whose car was partly destroyed by fire Joe Goldstein was a 1948 Chevrolet when he noticed smoke coming out from under the Hood 5 Miles Southwest of Sioux unable to extinguish the Blaze with water from the John Addink Goldstein called the fire the car was almost totally ruined by the time the firemen the next Day the Sioux City Man expressed his gratitude in he following letter to fire chief Rozeboom dear Rozeboom please accept my sincere thanks and appreciation for the Fine Spir it of cooperation and helpfulness you and the wonderful people of he fire department i Sioux Center extended to me in the had in my car near your wonderful Community All i can say is that you certainly practice the True meaning o brotherhood there and it make one feel great to know he is an thanks again to All of j Joe Goldstein commits suicide in bunk Hawarden Earl 49yearold Sioux City welder who was working a Chicago and North Western rail Road Crew at was found shot to death about 9 Oclock thursday morning in a Railroad bunk Sioux county Van Etten of Orange termed the death a he said Ely apparently shot himself through the Mouth with a shot gun about 11 Oclock thursday he was discovered by two fellow Seth Scott and George both of when Ely didst show up for work hey said there was no apparel Eason for the Haggar of Hawarden and sheriff Harry Dykstra were called in on the Ely had been working on the new Railroad crossing for Highway 2 at Hawarden since May a Railroad official said Ely had worked for the Railroad since 1935 with the exception of world War 2 he was not a William Schone was notified that the was taken to the Barnard funeral lome in Ely had Given the Martha Street address As his Home in Sioux although he lived in the bunk car in which he was Valley brought in 4 runs on 2 hits and made two manager Paul Muyskens used Tegrotenhuis and Beernink in the of and Eshuis behind Home for Rock Valley it was Calsbeek and Sioux Center reached the finals by defeating Semi de doing the pitching in this allowed on Lyone Eshuis was Hospers used staffers and gos the three pitchers used by Muyskens in the the de Stigter and been allowed Only three hits in these three Sioux centers Junior legion team will represent Sioux county in the next tournament which will be announced at a later Sioux Center Defeated Rock Val Ley for the second Timo in a league game monday gain ing a 6 to 5 Eshuis and Carl Berkenpas did the pitching in this one and de Stigter was the catch for Rock Valley it was Bruin Timmer and the Sioux Center midgets also hold a no loss record so far this having won two More games last Rock behind the tight pitching of nor Ris and Orange with Jim Vermeer and Bob Bruinsma forming the the midgets will meet Hawarden this afternoon at All mid gets Between 12 and 15 Are to re port at the school at Friday night the same team will meet Maurice at the boys Are to meet at the school at water pipe line gets underway for town dorhout girls place on Honor Roll at Northwestern schools Richard presi Dent of Northwestern announced today that both Ruth and eve Lyn daughters of and Sam Sioux have been placed on the presidents Honor for the semester just the girls earned the Honor for Superior Scholastic attain ment As students in the Bible Northwestern is made up of three the Bible College Liberal arts and the theological Harold Vander Ploeg to preach sunday Harold Vander who preached to a Large gathering last sunday at the first Baptist will preach again next sunday it was announced this week by Mulder will be out of churches in local area will again sponsor 4th picnic thirteen Christian reformed churches in this area will again sponsor the annual july picnic which will be held in the Sioux Center Park on Van Deelen of Hull will be chairman Tho program this year and Hulst of ton and Venema of Sioux Center will be the the Holland Palm singers will provide several musical the picnic will begin at the Public is invited to Rock Valley beats Carmel takes indians in softball in a couple lopsided contests Friday Rock Valley Over took 7 to and Carmel whipped the 16 to in the first game Hull got men on base but could not bring them around and Rock Valley scored quite easily in four of the seven innings to give Hull its sixth loss in seven 7 to Rock Val Ley took Over first place in the league by winning their fourth game of five Van hol land threw to Vanden Bosch for the win with and Schaap working for in the second game the indians do anything right and Carmel played a Good clobbering them 16 to it was Carmel 3 to going into the fourth when the roof fell in and Carmel scored freely after Bartels allowed few while pitching to Kaemingk and Vanmaanen went the distance for the tuesday night Rock Valley scored four runs in the first three innings which was enough to beat continued on Back Page Many attend first reformed reception the first reformed Church was filled to on monday evening when a congregational Welcome reception was held for the new Harry Brower his a Short program was Elmer Vander who is preparing for the took charge of devotions and speak surplus commodities for needy reminiscent of the Dep Revlon debt of it this scene of packaging carried out by county employees recently when shipment of surplus commodities for the needy was taken it the county quonset building near Orange this picture shows workers who helped break Down the shipment for to 433 families in Sioux the shipment contained such items As powdered Rice and cheese pictured above from left to supervisor Pete de Vries of Sioux Center Alden Walriven of Sioux Center wild welfare worker of cringe City Sterrenberg Hans Vander Mitten and Van All of Orange City Reinle Rohr of Alton and Arie Center Worth of waterworks Bonds purchased Friday by local Bank on bid of per cent work on Sioux centers waterworks expansion project is now underway and digging for the new pipe line was expected to Start according to town clerk Rich Spencer construction a Titch has the pipe line As Strung about 1700 feet of 8 Nch pipe along the same route lie present pipe line follows from lie Well site 2 Miles cast of the now pipe will be joined of other and dug in below Tho Rost line along Tho ditch of Tho county Road running East from the Spencer company was a Vard cd the pipe line Job May 27 m a total bid of the same company received the pump House project on a Low bid other expenses connected with irl Nging a greater Supply of water o town include Tho digging of an Ither Well in the present Well site the Purchase of additional filters and other miscellaneous the total Cost will probably to about Kroon no definite Date for the delivery of water through the new pipe Lino Las been set but some members of lie town Council feel that water will be flowing through it by late his the entire project will not be completed until some Ime Bank but Bondi the waterworks ends were purchased in total last week by the firs National Bank of Sioux Center on a bid the Bank took the entire Block of ers included Dick Art Vander and Wilmer James Hollan Vic president of the con introduced the Brower to the a hour followed in the family social Church Parlours and the ladies of the Church served a Nice Canadian army men visit relatives Art Canadian army about a week in As guests of Rit Van and Tony members of the band Sioux spent Center and Ger they left on wednesday morning by train from Hawarden to return to duty at the men Are natives hol land and Are nephews Van they also have a brother who is also a member of the but who was unable to accompany the men on their visit be no business session at this a table will be provided by the auxiliary members at the of the with Mary Ann swimming at Sandy hollow Wei in full Iii week Eten enrolment 750 slew county began rot Lerly Khedu led red Crew swimming the Clou to Eriv Mondey morning Shewn in frent of the in the upper left they Ere Ell Sioux Center the lower left Pete the newly completed Concrete Block Beth which will Etc Omodele e legit two Down e a few two Mere were in the Weter week when the two e the were Ken be in the one of Renoe City Moking to of the Pool win from Elmeeta every Community in Tho Windy frequent the poo r Tut Mett of the Money for end oper Etlen some from by the news eggs examined and toothed shipment f surplus foods expected this week Sioux county will receive its ourth delivery of surplus farm commodities today or according to word received by county officials at Orange the food is intended for Distri ution to persons and families on assistance Rolls and its distribution is carefully supervised by county the shipment expected this week will not include but in ther ways will be much like those received the Only charge to the county or the commodities is the Dray be from the which for his area is in Des the in ire shipment is included in one delivery and consists of 3200 pounds of 2700 pounds of 2300 pounds of powdered 2400 pounds of shortening and 1900 pounds of Lima of his amount 5 cases of 5 cases of and 3 cases of shortening Are for the use of the county Plymouth county also receives to allotment through Sioux coun delivery charges being paid on i prorated Plymouth county received 5 cases of 100 Lounds of 4 cases dry i cases of cheese and 3 cases of shortening for the Plymouth coun y Plymouth county does not give commodities to the people on the assistance the commodities Are sent out in 32 one Pound prints Pound loaves 12 four and one half Pound pack Ages 12 three Pound cans per Case Lima Beans and Rice in 100 Pound kiddies Story hour changed to fridays the regular weekly Story hour held at the Library during the summer months his been changed to Friday from 10 to 11 beginning july the swimming schedules necessitated this parents Are asked to take Twenty three first and second and third Grad ers were present at the first Story hour last Janice Vermeer is in tour Sharps will sing at Maurice the Northwestern Junior col lege mens now known an the four Wil present a sacred program at the Maurice reformed Church Sun Day july at under the sponsorship the Sunshine Circle members of the quartet a Al Stan Vande Welde Willis Rozeboom and Pete the Public is invited Western go getters enjoy club tour Worth of Bonds at this in Terest town clerk Rich Kroon said it will probably be necessary to raise local taxes 3 Mills to meet this added Only three bids were received on the Bonds and the highest of the three was per bids were opened Kroon said in View of the de pressed Bond Market at the pres ent Sioux centers Bonds sold very 4h club Bernard hogans Are visiting Here before going to Church and Bernard Hogan and sons Harold and Dannie arrived last week to spend a few Days in the parental Ray Hogan Home Here and with her and Charles Vander Ploeg at Orange Hogan graduated from Bethel Seminary at on june and the fam ily plans to leave tuesday morning for sister where he will be pastor of the Baptist the Western go getters club enjoyed their annual tour thursday june they visited 13 places and viewed the following projects 13 baby beef three Junior feeder ten Dairy cattle and one Market Jim new county youth was also present on the All the club Mem Bers and their families enjoyed a picnic supper in the Howard Schutt leaves for Germany Howard son of Sam Sioux recently was graduated from the military police train ing Center at Camp who attended the school after completing Basic training at fort left recently for duty in two local women injured when car overturns Friday Priscilla Van Voorst received a broken Collar Bone and her Moth Henry Van Voorst received a bad Gash in the head and bruises about the legs when their car went out of control Miles Northwest of Rock Valley Friday night at about a Flat tire was believed to have caused the miss Van Voorst was hospitalized until yesterday at the Community Hospital while her Mother was treated and released the same Tho two women who had been visiting a relatives farm near the scene of the Accident were on their Way the a 1947 turned Over in the ditch and was badly the women went to the Tony Debby farm for plan bake Sale the wives of the veterans of foreign wars will hold a Bako Sale at saturday july at the Chevrolet 19p new egg Law will get under Shell will Force egg buyers and Sellers to use grading system after july 4 with both produce houses in Sioux Center gearing themselves for the change in state egg regulations which become effective july poultry raisers in the state were being told of the new grading system and How it will work this when the new known As the egg grading goes into Iowa will be one of the first states to require grading of eggs bought from the every produce House and egg buyer will be required to buy on a recognized grading at the present time Iowa produces More eggs than any other state but ranks 42nd in Price per the new Law will License for the first time in Iowa every grocer who Sells the grocer will be required to sell Only eggs which meet Federal such As Grade or also for the first the new Law have people who Grade egg dealers will pay an annual License fee ranging from to depending on the volume of eggs retailers will pay a year for their and candles and graders will pay a no run the new Law says that All eggs for resale or retail must be Cand graded and and no eggs shall be sold As nest current receipts or any other name which might be mis All eggs sold at retail must be no lower than United states department of agriculture consumer Grade the new Law Anc All eggs offered for Sale at retail must to held at a temperature not to exceed 60 degrees the grading and Cand Ling requirements of the new Law will not apply to a Farmer who peddles his own eggs the new Law had the backing of about 50 per cent of the Chain and about 90 per cent of egg marketing Grain Deal ers and hatchery Belew Merkel most Iowa eggs have been sell ing for about on half cent less per dozen than the Midwest Market in areas which have Good voluntary grading prices Are about two cents above the Midwest chief opposition to the new Bill came from Small country grocers who consider eggs an important ingredient in local Trade and who buy directly from the Farmer for Freih Here in Sioux Center both Juffer produce and the cooperative produce Assn have Given firm approval to the they agree that it is High time that some Mark of Quality be placed on eggs before they Are purchased by As Ben Coop pro Duce summed it up Tho Law will treat a perishable product As a when people go into the Butcher shop to buy meat they can see if the meat is fresh or but they cant Tell that Abdul an eggs kept Only a Day at 85 degrees on a grocers counter Are no longer fresh and they be sold As this new Law will help All of be fined for hitting parked automobile Gerrit Vander Majanen of Sioux Center paid a Fine of and costs tuesday when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken on a charge of hitting a parked Auto Mobile on main Street june he was the summons by officer Jake Duistermars and pleaded guilty to the

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