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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Lone Ranger Deal was stamped in Large letters on the 35th cardboard Carton i carried out of one House and into another last Friday and somehow it seemed rather fitting that this Box of empty fruit jars should be marked that late inthe As it i Felt like i had been on the Range for weeks not As a Gallant Ranger filled with the Spir it of enforcing the but As the overburdened pack animal that follows with drooping ears out Here in the Rural areas 1 is still the traditional mov ing while that Date Primar ily affects farm occasion ally some of the rest of us get caught in the shuffle for places and wind up moving just before the my family completed its fourth change of Homes in less than four years i know that int any kind of a but my aim int to set an records in that moving is hard work no matter How you go at it or How far you hive to we moved seven but it have been much More difficult if it had been seven you still and unpack no matter flow far Yon then theres the matter of getting settled after Sita All pictures to Tow Racks to put boxes and paper to be carried out and lost articles to locate somewhere in an unmarked Box or unknown sometimes it takes months to feel at Home and in our family that seems to be about the tune we get ready again to move in beginning to envy families thai have spent almost a lifetime in the same but id certainly bite to be in them when it comes time to Sioux tint to i volume no Mitt 2 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county news paper March i9s5 indians top Sheldon to win District Crown red Cross drive to Start monday in Sioux county Kroon announces quotas for various communities Sioux centers goal will be a quota of has been set for Sioux Center in the annual red Cross Roll Call drive that will get underway in Sioux county next it was announced today by Rich chapter chairman in the Bernard Luben to preach sunday Bernard Luben of new York Secretary of the Board of foreign will conduct services at the first reformed Church on sunday Nyhof of fair will take charge of the afternoon i dont agree with the old say a rolling Stone gathers no because my family can be compared with a rolling if it int Moss weve gathered its something a lot i know for a fact weve accumulated More junk in a few years than some families accumulate in a lifetime take for my Good wife would no More throw Elway a Jar or Glass that can be Alsed sometime for Jelly or Jam Mian she would throw away a Buffalo and i believe got the first hat she then there Are picture Al memory High schoo chinese worn of baby a chunk of Mammoth Tusk Ivory i gave her in an old Kettle that May have entered Sioux county in the first covered Wagon from and counties other things she will never throw away and will never i believe its All right to collect a few things if there the things Ive collected make sense like my japanese knee Morta German p38 my rail Road Spike from the pass Yukon a piece of Quartz from my Lif scout the Blacksmith Forg poker i made in my High schoo shop a Fine set Deer ant and a pair of these things May come in Handy and i dont mind mov ing them from House to despite the heavy layer of ice and Snow on the Robins Are Here to if i May judge from the number of reports Ive received from local residents since that item my Tait heres the run Down on seeing Robins they observed them Ben 30 the John Wesselink feb 13 Jerry Hasselo and Schal 21 Gary Bleeker and Marlow 25 Johnny maybe Treyve All seen the same Brave i dont but none re ported seeing him pulling Earth Worms out of the last weeks column subject a bout nerves must have drawn a Dull response from Dave Roelofs Down in a Sioux City Hospital an injured nerve in his shoulder has Given him a terrific amount of pain and caused additional untold misery by keeping him away from the basketball games for the past two Hes responding to and we Hope he will be up and around again he expressed the Hope a gain this year Sioux Center people give their generous support to the drive and that the other communities will also support the Campaign As they have in the Sioux centers quota is the Sec Ond largest of the towns listed in the Orange City will at tempt to Jisi in funds in during the an Nual Campaign Are used for Emer gency Soldier and soldiers dependents assistance in times of for the red Cross swimming program and countless other serv ices that Are needed from time to part of the Money goes to the National Headquarters for National red Cross but a maj or part of it is retained at the local Community quotas listed for the county Are As follows Alton Boyden 148 Granville 95 Hospers 166 Hull 310 Ireton 157 Maurice 88 Rock Valley 437 Sioux Center 515 Orange City 59f townships 1000 late store hours Sioux Center business places that Are normally open sat urday evenings will resume that schedule this week end after two months of closing at 6 during january and february most stores in town were closed saturday according to the announcement made at that All Busi Ness places planned to resume their regular saturday night shopping hours the first week end in March As a convenience for people in the Trade Watts to discuss tractor maintenance the final session of the Sioux Center adult Farmers nigh school will be held evening at in the a shop building across from the Light Vern International Harvester representative will discuss tractor maintenance the Public is Sioux electric Headquarters to remain in Orange City voters reject change what amounted to a Green Light for the Sioux electric Cooper go ahead with the construction of its Headquarters building in Orange City was Given by the majority of members voting in the special election held last Friday in the county those who proposed to change the Headquarters to a More Central location were Defeated by a vote of to Nineteen ballots were spoiled and not it seemed apparent this week that the election has settled the Issue which been a Thorn in the cooperatives Side for several it that the ques Tion of location will be raised a for As one member put the letting of the building con tract practically killed any Chance of Ever moving the people were afraid it would Cost too much Money to change it so they vote against a better to its hard overcome that kind of and that Why we the contract was let to the Kepp construction company of Orange City on a bid of and has been approved by Rev officials in Elmer Vanroekel of Maurice was chairman of the nine member ballot counting Board Mem Bers had been chosen geographic and the counting was super Vised by Clayton the Hawarden attorney who is counsel for the at the special meeting called for the election neither sideways permitted to argue for or against the present Headquarters so time was spent mostly in wait ing for the ballots to counted and the results the which started shortly after the noon lasted until Al most 6 visa troubles Arlene will embark for Africa March 10 miss Arlene whose voyage to Africa was delayed two months because of visa will embark March 10 new be Home yesterday morning by plane to spend a few Days with her family and friends before leaving on a fou year term As a missionary nurse in during the two months she was delayed on the East coast she at tended a missionary school at miss Schuiteman address until the time of sailing will be Hiss Arlene outgoing passenger March 10 Pythis r 64 Cunard steamship company pier North River new y Hull Man fined on traffic charge Floyd Jansma of Hull paid a Fine of and costs 17 when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken on a charge of driving a truck with defective clearance he was picked up by patrol Man Haze three Miles East of boy Den on Highway 18 Marion Anthony Bomgaars of Boyden was fined and costs 25 when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken on a charge of parking in a private driveway near the skating rink retarded children group meets Friday the next meeting of the North West association for Betard i children will be held in the Lin Coln school in Cherokee Friday March beginning at 8 i will be the same place that the january meeting was emits a candidate or county school toward in area 3 voters residing in election area comprised of Wel and Lynn townships ind containing Independent school instr lots at Sioux Lynn and Floyd will go to the polls March to elect one member to the county Board of Gerrit de Mots of Sioux whose term will be the Only candidate with his name on space is provided for a write in Teveltrup to again head county cancer drive in april announcement of the reap Point mint of Edward the Vel rup of Sioux Center As 195 fundraising chairman for the cancer control program in Sioux county was made today by mrs Chivles Tye of Orange City chairman of the Sioux county chapter of the american Cance cubs tour news printing Plant nearly 40 cub scouts and their Den mothers toured the news printing Plant Here monday after noon and were told How the news paper is printed and what the various machines Are used one of the highlights of the tour came when the boys saw the big newspaper press in operation six Sioux county youths slated for induction March one Sioux Center youth and Lvi from Alton and Orange City i leave for induction into the army forces March at 6 a according to an announce Man from the draft Board office in or Ange those scheduled to g Are Gerald Harskamp of Siou Eugene Frankyn and Theo Dore Hoogeterp of Orange Cit and Leroy Richard Pott Baum and Peter Konz of this is one of the Smalls groups from Sioux county in re Peretta cast to give production this week end the Belle of an operetta in two acts with a Middle East setting will be staged Fri Lay and saturday by the music impart mint of the Sioux Center Ilgah it will be presented the direction of miss Shirlien Nystedt n the High school auditorium at each tickets for the production Are now on Sale at the Ben Franklin store and will be available at the door each those who will have leading roles in the production arc Norma Virgina Shir Ley Eugene Carol Lee de Mary Ann Lane Ann Robert Marvin to Marge bar Paul Den Gary Bocy Audrey me Duane Vande the remainder of the cast is made up of members of the Chor Maurice topples Hull for class b District championship locals to meet Heelan in substrate Sioux centers Battle tested indians polished Oft the Sheldon grabs saturday night in Sioux City to win the District a Crown and the Chanco to Piny Sioux City Helnn in the first round of the sub state at 7 monday evening at Central Sandbulte important cog in Iowa state College Cage team one of the fast Comers on the Iowa state College varsity Basket Ball team has been Jerry Sand son of Joe Sandbulte of Sioux according to a news release from the College information Floyd watershed meeting set for be Mars March 11 the second annual meeting of the Floyd Valley watershed association will be hold at be Mars High school auditorium at according to George was known platform car Tom widely humor and lecturer who has Given More than illustrated lec Tures on conservation during the last 23 years will Appeal As the featured speaker before the member ii and friends of the Floyd Valley watershed Assoc Edge Viu rup last year Sioux county exceeded its assigned quota which remains in Mercury rises to melt Snow cover Sioux county residents enjoyed their second straight Day of thaw ing temperatures yesterday and watched the Winters Small accumulation of Snow trickle away to expose Bare ground roads and farm Yards began to turn Muddy As the warm Sun Cut into the temperatures reached into the Low 40s tuesday but yesterday want quite so warm because of a Chilly temperatures during the past wee were about Normal for the end of skies were generally fair or partly Sioux Center youth has part in play Norman Schaap of Sioux Center has been selected to play the part of John in the forthcoming North Western Junio College the production will be the Admir Able a fantastic modern comedy by author of the immortal Peter the play will be presented in the science Hall auditorium at or Ange City on March there will be a matinee at March the accepting this the reappoint ment by the Vel Trup stated our cancer Cru Sade in designated by Congress As cancer control will have twin object Ives the promotion of an educational program designed to save the lives of some of us Lere in Sioux county 39 Resi dents died of cancer in solicitation of funds to strike Back at cancer through if the present death rates continue residents of this county now alive will die of this in this manner we can save lives today through education continued on Back demonstration will be Given on ironing miss Myrtle a Bendix Kroner will give an ironing demonstration in Sioux Center at the Franken electric it was announced this the demonstration will begin at and will feature Tim saving methods of hints on making family ironing easier and some of the latest developments in Home ladles of the been urged to Community have attend the dem Silver anniversary and George Kooi will observe their Silver Wedd ing anniversary Friday March with open House a1 the Lebanon Christian reformed Church they request no gifts for a mis Sion Box for Korea will be placed for those who wish to leave a 2e society okays expansion for Sioux Center Christian school Friday members of the Sioux Center society for Christian instruction voted almost unanimously Friday night to approved building improvement project for the Christian school Here to provide addition Al class room space and increase other facilities in the Jerry Sandbulte Jerry has appeared in 17 games has a total of 18 Field goals total of 54 he is defensive player and at Iowa state Jerry is with three More years of school before receiving his doctor of vet urinary Medicine married to the is a Sophomore the orb Victory was far from the easiest this the Shel Don club employed a full court press to keep the warriors from the danger and it was effective through the first which ended with the tribe Trail ing by one then the warriors broke Loose to pile up a six Point lend by raced by who made 20 Points during the and who slipped in the tribe trailed Basket for Basket with the Sheldon club to hold a advantage at the end of the with two of Sheldon main cogs fouling out late in the fourth Dick Bauer and Bill Muld the grabs just didst have the reserves to get within striking Dis Tance of a the game ended both teams played below Par in their Sioux centers average was Only 29 per and Sheldon want that Kraay Elbrink didst miss a single Char Ity and got 10 of his 20 Points at the Vande who got 8 Berkenpas and Van Kie san turned in their usual Good Jar formantes on the Heelan Tough although Defeated twice by the Heelan is not being underrated by the tribe for the sub state coach Paul Muyskens Julie pcs the crusaders will to Larder Competition than Ever be fore in this Al important while the were dubbed by a 30 Point margin Only a couple of weeks ago by the the Cru they gave their consent to a plan that will provide a 60 x 78 foot addition on the East end of the present building and Divide the present activity room into two class the new addition will also provide additional rest room facilities for both boys and a new teachers a janitors store Kitchen and an All Pur pose room 40 x 78 work on the building is expected to be completed during the summer de Stigter Brothers of Center will have the con tract five new directors were named to the Board in place of three this year because Dick whose term was not will be moving out of the new members elected were Dick George Arend Ernest Gerritsma and Wil Bert retiring members Are John Van Edwin Gary Peters and Arend this was the annual Spring meet ing of the society and it was held at the indians trip Little maroons of Sioux the indians found Sioux City Central in As Good form As the maroons have shown at any tin this season and yet managed an al08 win in the final regular season contest for the Sioux Center open cd a 12point margin in the first Quarter Only to Sec it Wither away As Kenny Maroon led the at the end of the first the indians held the advantage at after John Van ened the second session with a Long Baker put in eight consecutive Points to bring Central with in 26 to a pair of Ronnie Juffer lifters were offset by John amblers but Duane Vande Berg hit two Charity tosses am Darrell Beernink put in a Baske to Widen the it was 37 to 3 at the half after virtual Point for Point trading the last three min the indians led at 37 to but the Little maroons came Back to squeeze the moments after the third Quarter then Vande Berg scored a tip which was followed by a close in shot by Kraayenbrink and a driving Layup by Juster to put the warriors Well out in front by the end of the period they held a 5048 the tribe widened the Gap in the final Quarter to close the game at 81 to jul tar led the tribe with while Beernink and Vande Berg each got Van Liessen counted 14 and Kraayenbrink a dvrs arc a spirited team dont give up until the and final the tribe will play this game on the Central gym floor and a Largo following of Sioux Center fans is expected to take in the other teams matched in the sub state playoffs arc Sioux City Cen trial and Harris at Sioux City at monday immediately following the Sioux Center Spencer is the other site for the sub Maurice and Truesdale will clash at 7 Oclock and Corric Tion Villo will meet Spencer at monday the Winner of the Heel Ansiaux Center game will play the Winner of tilt wednesday evening at a site to by the Winner of the Cen tra Harris game will clash with the Mauric Truesdale Winner wednesday night at a site to be the finals of the sub state will be Friday night at a location to be selected Maurice eliminates heavily favored Hull maurices monarchs hulls wildcats at Hull upset Friday District class a champs the Sioux cent to Indi Ini Nuckid up their 37th Victory of the i on situs Day night when this diff Ltd stubborn club in District limit it Sioux City and thin on to add Inthir Zilp night by diluting Sioux City on Thi let Ali the play if ibo i Tough Bim monday night Whin this Tiki on violin Cantril prom lift to pick Cihiy Ron Dirrill Bud Cim hire Duvini Vine Birg ind pick Ruyin Brinoli front Alcan Van Tirril ciry ind Tirry by Bodnar Christian school anniversary Book is now available a 50th anniversary Book commemorating a halt Century of service by the Chris Tian schools in Sioux Center and Orange City has just been published and is now being distributed in both the Book which places the history of both institutions be tween two covers reviews 50 years of Progress and contains More than 80 pictures of graduating classes at both Thi according to an announcement on an inside Page of this weeks the new Book is being sold locally at the Christian school and at de Jong Hollander night a class b District 66 to to move into sub state action this a third Quarter splurge by the featuring the goal work of Norm Van of Louis Wierda and Wayne de pulled Maur ice into a seven Point 52 to 45 Lead at the three Quarter and it held on throughout the final eight despite a 27point perform Ance by Don the Hull Ace Cope with the scoring of maurices big Wolfswinkel played the game with a result of a lightly sprained ankle from thursdays Pete Valentine was the Only other consistent Wildcat he notched the first half was a Seesaw affair with Hull leading 19 to 17 at the and 37 to 30 at but then the monarchs scooted in the outscoring their rivals by 18 to b to carry a 52 to 45 advantage into the de Jager topped maurices efforts with 21 followed by Wierda with 10 and Vanommrren with two of three regular season setbacks by Maurice had been to Hull by scores of 55 to 44 and 73 to Many cubs Given awards at meeting a Large number of badges Ami pins were awarded at the cub Seoul pack meeting thursday night and new cubs and their parents were special recognition was Given to John new Den following the awards and business parents joined the boys in refreshments were ser Ved at the close of the

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