Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 30 Jun 1955
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa
Form Outlook roomed three Fly the Leux county sex Teillon director we will have to get a setup in Slaughter cattle runs before we raise Grassland feeder pigs play the Market 3 or 4 Telmet Veirl year round Wisconsin pigs see Gerri Bleyenberg dial 25976 21tfc can get any sustained improve ment in the cattle Francis Iowa state College farm Slaughter cattle prices were bid up last fall As a result of the Light supplies of fed the result cattle prices were higher this Winter than you could explain by comparing Supply of com Peting meats and consumer in comes with a year says the Iowa state College farm econ this explains part of the Spring drop in the other part is the result of the recent increase in fed cattle on the sales of fed steers Rose the last chances Are that the Market break overdid Kutish Points this often is the then when receipts let the Market works How soon this will come de pends upon Farmers decisions of when to sell the increased number of cattle on feed As compared to a year while the increase in cattle on feed probably is Large enough to prevent a repetition of last years unusual fall Price we still should get some seasonal but until we have a better idea of the summer marketing Kutish is of the opinion that we cant Tell whether it will come in july and August or be delayed into the feeder cattle prices have this has come despite the weaker fat cattle mar the reason Many dry areas of the Southwest have had this has stiffened demand in the Range areas and has reduced Selling current feeding Marg ins Are whole milk should be a part of diets because it keeps Mineral and Vit Amin Levels High while Supply ing Only a fraction of the Cal ories you Public Sale july 1 House furniture in order to Settle the estate of the late Fenneken the undersigned will offer at Public auction the Home Stead residence occupied by and located two blocks East of the Standard service station in Sioux and described As the South 50 of lot 2 in Block 37 first addition North Sioux this is a Fine fou room Home in an excellent neighbor sewer and water connection inside immediate Possession can be Given this attractive terms 25 Down on Date of balance in 60 Days when abstract showing Good title and deed will be insurance to be assigned on prorate and 1954 taxes due in 1955 paid in for see Faber Achter Sioux household goods Coop like new Quick meal combination stove Allen parlor Oil heating stove Kitchen table 3 Burner kerosene with oven Davenport and chair Library table rocking chair Reed Rocker hassock occasional chair table dining room table with four chairs Arm chair table Model radio with stand 2 Chest of drawers Feather bed 2 bed Springs and mattresses Dresser clothes hamper Flower Pedestal carpet sweeper sewing machine 9 x 12 Wool Rug 2 Magazine Racks sofa pillows lace curtains Cong oleum Rug Mirror and pictures dutch Tea set electric clock Medicine Cabinet Copper Wash boiler Wash machine Wash tub 3 water buckets cookers food chopper waste Basket Kitchen utensils bread Box fruit cars brooms and mops 2 50 Oil Drums step ladder 2 Lawn mowers Lawn chair Snow shovel and Garden terms Cash on household Henry administrator of the estate of Fenneken deceased auctioneer first National clerk Sioux Iowa Maurice the attorney Sioux Iowa Public auction Sioux Center residence property july to Settle the estate of the late Judith the under signed will offer at Public auction on the premises 1 Block West of Bethel Christian reformed Church in Sioux the residence property described As lot 2 in Block Prairie Park addition in the town of Sioux this is an attractive 5 room Home on a Large and splendidly located in relation to and business Sec Possession Given August terms 25 Down on Date of Sale and balance in 30 1954 taxes due in 1955 paid in full abstract and deed furnished on premises available for Ernest administrator Judith burgers estate Faber Vander auctioneers Maurice the attorney Sioux Iowa Community cemetery association report for 1953 financial stat mint 1mj v receipts Cash in Bank 1st Sale of donations rent land close Graves perpetual care i Wlibur Temelt caretaker Security Bank service Box rent Bank hauling dirt postage grass seed overcharge refund clerical work repairs Gas printing corporation stamp Cash in Bank 1953 Dick Westra Doornwaard Langstraat Edna Waterman Steve Slape Daal Albert Vander Kamp Peelen Jane Doornink Peter Franken Jennie Vander Schaaf Schalekamp Van Steenbergen Sneller Mina Schuitman Heusinkveld Cleveringa Frank Wynia Al Sybrandy Vander Alyda Doornwaard Vande Eggink John Ter Gerald Bosch Schalekamp Intveld in Vander Veen enry de d de Rnest Mulder an Wandscheer Ohn Smith Ake Hoogland ick Vander Hans Ohn Den Ohn Van Van Velzen Vanroekel Ohn Van Vander Kamp cordon Van Rons Bernard ver d Doornink Eter am Hattin Kuiken Arend Wassink de Wandscheer Lane de Ella Mulder Schalekamp Eunis de de Mouw Ohn of Bomgaars Gys Kuiper Mulder Henry Johanna Vanroekel Richard Juffer one Ravenswaay Albert Albert Terpstra Adam punt Allie Van Bree Cana Vanroekel Clarence Mol John Smit Neal de wit Hoeder Frank Art Kruizenga Arie punt John Hamstra Josie Voorderman Christine Vermeer Ralph Vande Berg Van detest Ray Van Maas Vander Hoef Art Vande Berg Paul Veenkamp Nelskamp John Kroon Barney Kempers Cornie de Florida Hulstein Louis do Boer Jennie Calkhoven Gerrit de Weerda Louis de Boer Lena Wandscheer Ben Vander Ploeg de Wandscheer Vander John Vande Vande Gaarde Anna Wandscheer Brunsting Vanmuyden Vande Schaaf Simon Dykshoorn Westra Riemersma Geneva Vermeer Arnold Schurman it Herman Kruid Alice Klein Scott John Bierma Sam Ohn Vande Berg Vander Hoef Chard vat Jick Ertrude de Neal it Franken veal Mol Van eke Walter Hughes Dick Van Aller enry Duistermars de Vries Van seek Ohn Den Herder Hulstein Joe Vanroekel Rozeboom Zwiers Frank Calsbeek Heynen Bertha hubers Art Schuiteman Vermeer John Doornink John Piekema Den Herder Jake Den Herder John Van ring Wielinga Anna Ethel de Haan Gilbert Visser Andrew Sneller Jennie 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refrigerators or freezers make it possible to keep ice Cream on hand at All the Highway Story by Bob Hull Han the slam of the screen door was lost in the Bright reaches of the summer Ken loitered on the front porch for a moment and heard the dim voice of his Mother from far inside the Ken come Back in Here and finish your but it was a half hearted com the Early was out in the world in the he told the empty get on that horse and he trotted Down the Block and up the but found no out they were All inside at this Early some some plotting desperate deeds Over cer Eal the sheriff pulled up at the Corner and watched traffic pour ing Down toward he didst quite understand the purpose of All these but he knew they were his parents had told him they were to be left alone but the lonesome Little sheriff1 began to bad men were they were knocked1 by the sheriff and Good he had seen it happen on so Why bad cars be punished ill Knock the sheriff de he picked up stones and began throwing them at passing he yelled with Delight when they veered away from they were be they were bad and they were in his wild Battle for Justice Sioux Center Newt june the sheriff to his the Early Riser would spend the sum Mer in a cast in Dupont agricultural chemicals Are formulated to suit your they Are based on extensive experimental and widespread farm Many i and stockmen rely exclusively on Dupont agricultural chemicals to protect their crops and we have a fresh Stock of Dot for Corn Borer spraying in Essik tempers our Hail policy protects in Hail insurance its satisfactory settlements that count see today dial 25081 insurance that pays Hail Headquarters Chrysler 100 million Dollar ride make this a great Day in your take artificial Breeding for cattle for information or service dial 21 my or 22131 before Neal Rozeboom technician Gerrit Schut technician the glamorous look that got motorists switching to Chrysler by the tens of thousands youll really be pleased when you get a look at the Price tag 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