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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 17, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa While we Krotow statistics dont mean a lot in the state its a lot of fun to juggle them around and try to determine which of the eight teams will come out at the top of the pile saturday Ive got All the important figures in front of me As i write so it is possible to determine How each team ranks according to its season Only one class b team t to the finals this Little Rol the team that went to Iowa City three years in a 52 arid 53 but didst quite reach the state playoffs last Rol and is second to Sioux Center in average our warriors have played the most games this season 31 White Ames has played the least Ron Juffer has the highest Point total for the season of All players in the state a mighty while Dick Kraayenbrink 481 is fifth a Dubuque Gene has the Best scoring aver age for the Points per compared with Ronny the records dont show another team with As much even scoring a of the other seven teams have no More than two or three Ace while the indians boast four and can produce at least a couple More from the Bench when the going is in not trying to build Sioux Center up for a big be cause i know the indians Luck can run out anytime but the rec ords show that were sending Down a mighty Fine this they have a lot of strength on the first string and plenty on tap on the Roland boasts the largest aver age margin of Victory for the sea while Sioux Center is second with Iowa City skin Ned by with the smallest margin of Victory through the Only Sioux centers 2487 Points for the season is the highest of All eight but of course weve played the most games Only two other teams have allowed their opponents More Points than the indians did during the but the tribe boasts the highest average score per it would1 be easy to conclude from just these figures that the Sioux Center warriors will prob ably win the but such a conclusion would be ill what cant be evaluate of is the comparative strength of each teams opponents for the and that must re main the unknown but important Factor in this we know Sioux Center has bowled Over some very easy teams but has also knocked off some real we May presume that the other teams have of but in what proportions we dont this final Matching of these eight teams is the Only Way to determine which will be crowned the state their records mean nothing unless they win their next three the tribe will be wearing dark uniforms in the first encounter and if they win be wearing dark uniforms straight through their next two their position in the bracket de Tentes the color of their Dubuque will put the tallest Man on the a 68 giant weigh ing 225 he plays Center and has not too High scoring a Only 7 Points per Ambrose Academy at Daven port has won 17 games and lost their Best scorer is Pete who plays Center and hat a scoring average of for the he makes a Good percentage of his and is one of the boys to be watched at Des another Arm is Gene but he Haa been slowed downy an injured Back and May hot be in his usual form for the opening Schebler is Ambrose tallest and the rest of the team about like the Indian squad they will meet a couple 6 feet or Over and a couple in height Sioux Center May have a slight but remember this is the team that ousted the 1954 and there not going to be better give them credit for All the strength and ability they there a great team for coming up from behind to steal the Treyve done it several times this about the Only thing Sioux Center will have that Ambrose wont have tonight is a Well organized female cheering am Brose is an alloys you folks who will be watching the games on to May want to thank your local Purina Sioux hatchery and feed Bill Juffer is one of six or seven Purina who will be sponsoring the Bill has it told me what its going to Cost but i have a Hunch till be quite a chunk of undesirable a new Oats Missouri 0 was listed As undesirable to Day by the Quaker Oats the company said it has found the Varlet or unsuitable for milling and not to Good for feeding volume number 4 Center of Sioux Iowa a trite 6fficial City and county newspaper March 1955 Sioux Center tribe in state tourney Tonitte sticker Campaign wins election Walling and Moret wage successful late hour Campaign for school Board posts Here monday a late sticker and write in Campaign that got started saturday and picked up momentum All Day monday caused an almost unprecedented school election vote Here monday afternoon and swept two new directors into elected were with 276 and Henry with also a close contender As a write in candidate was Frank Van who got the two successful candidates will replace de Bruin and Bernard ver the two incumbents whose names appeared on the and will take office at a regular meeting next monday the last minute campaigning came As a Surprise and almost caught election officials without enough when the polls were closed at 7 Only two unused ballots a total of 393 ballots were cast during the Day and the heaviest voting came around the supper hour when Vot ers stood in line waiting their turn to Mark their the Defeated candidates had Many years of service on the de Bruin had served 12 years and ver Hoef the latter gained office first by appointment and had been elected three times to succeed the impetus that resulted in the seating of the new directors apparently had not come As a result of any dissatisfaction about the two incumbents but rather from a widespread desire for a contest in the school the sticker Campaign gained momentum when three candidates gave it their enthusiasm and actually campaigned for the two it Mott except for a few write in Gerrit de Mots was unopposed As a member of the county Board of he received a total of 351 seven county ballots were spoiled and 19 were deposited in the local District voting 11 ballots were spoiled and 22 left the Complete official tabulation is As follows Sioux Center school District directors Merrill Henry Moret Frank Van Beek de 71 Bernard ver Hoef 84 getting one vote each were Dell the John Wesselink and Martin county Board of education member de Mots Henry Moret 3 Frank Van Beek 2 John 2 getting one vote each were Bert Byron Wal Gerrit Peter John Jacob Moel Ler and Elmer Den Mulder leave to do missionary work pastor of the first Baptist Church in Sioux Cen informed his congregation on thursday that he will vacate his pulpit late next summer to do Mission work among the mexicans along the Texas he said he plans to establish his Home at and will serve As a missionary on both sides of the Border and along the Rio Grande and mul who served a Church at Donna before coming to Sioux will spend some time learning the Spanish language before beginning their they expect to leave in August or Lack of safety Chain costs a Fine of assessed against and costs was Hein Vreeman of Sioux Center March 10 when he appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken and was charged with pulling a trailer without a safety he was summoned by patrol Man Dunn Northwest of Sioux Illinois minister declines local Call Harry minister who has been considering a Call from the congregation of the first reformed Church has declined the Mem Bers had been he would youth fair meeting set for saturday in town Hall members of the Sioux county youth fair association will meet March to elect three new members to the Board of i the meeting will Getup Derway at in the Sioux Center town directors whose terms have expired Are Elmer Den Herder and Al de Vries of Sioux Center and de Lubbers of Orange nominated to fill their vacancies Are Dave Broek and Hilbert District 2 Clifford Bogaard and Marvin vender District 6 and Arie Schimmel and Irwin Section fans May watch at legion Hall special arrangements have been made to set up a Tele vision set in the legion Hall for the Friday and saturday night the set will be installed by johnnys to service and May be viewed charge by anyone wanting to Stop in and watch the state basketball a legion member will be in Andersen to speak at sunday school convention in Hull the dancing unifying with will and per Vade the thinking of sunday school sunday school and others at the thirty first annual convention of the Sun Day school association of Sioux county and the convention will be held in the first reformed Church at March beginning at 9 and continuing through the climaxing with an evening program featuring an and Nell advancing As we go by Nels Ander sen of an Dersen is a director of Chris Tian education at the first congregational Church of where he ministers to More than 500 children and youth in a fast growing Church and com he is an outstanding Conven Tion speaker with wide experience As a sunday school consultant both in the United states and he was formerly connected with scripture As a convention speak and More recently with gos Pel Light which he still serves on an advisory other special features of the convention Are morning and afternoon inter est discussion groups on advancing with Christ through a study of those we and advancing with Christ through and Organ nine experts in the Field of sunday school work have been secured to Lead the continued on Back ground broken for College Arnold christians of president of the my dwelt Choli than Junior College turned Over the first Spade of Earth saturday afternoon while nearly 100 looked on at Tho ground breaking ceremony at of the new College on fourth Avenue Richan in the photo at the gave the Brief Andreu in which he the Effort and Lecari Alcot by the people who Are supporting the establishment of the new tace lower picture shows part of the crowd assembled for the work on the new gof underway this Are to have it completed and ready for use by the news county vocal music contest scheduled at new gymnasium eleven Sioux county schools will participate in a vocal con test Friday March in the first event scheduled for the new school while the building will not be the contractor has agreed to have it ready for this since it had been scheduled almost a year ago inthe belief that the building could be finished by this the gymnasium is far enough along to be usable for the con Herold Stark of the univer sity of Iowa will direct the mass chorus at the conclusion of the which will begin at 7 each school will perform schools participating Are or Ange Rock Val Sioux and the Public is invited to there will be a Small admission Drake band will appear in Sioux Center March 30 the Drake University concert band will give ten concerts in Northern Iowa on its 1955 Spring appearing in Sioux Center on March 30 for a concert at in new High school auditor composed 72 musicians from eight states and 34 Iowa the Drake band is under the direction of Daniel nationally known As a con1 composer and music Martino joined the Drake faculty this fall after six years As director of bands at Indiana at Drake he also directs the marching and varsity Wilson is assistant Merrill Light Plant shows larger operating greater output during 1954 with the demand for electricity growing by leaps and the Sioux Center municipal Light Plant showed a substantial Revenue increase in 1954 and the highest net operating margin in its five years of according to a report that will be issued in Booklet form soon to All the plants total income amounted to in As com pared with in the operating margin Rose from to during the same this was after was allowed for Detrecia the Plant generated Kwh of electricity More than in showing an increase from to during the 12 months during the same period of the Cost per kilo Watt hour generated dropped from cents to the customer Load was increased by 16 during the adding 15 new residential and one new Rural there Are now 625 residential customers being served by the the new Booklet which gives a Complete report on 1954 business and operations will be distributed through the mails according to Arie Light Plant sup Mulder attends Dairy meeting Alvin Mulder left tuesday eve Ning for Cedar rapids where he attended a Board meeting the Fol lowing Day of the Iowa Dairy sales promotion association in connection with the Creamery and Dairy Breed association annual the purpose of the meeting is to help promote the sales of Dairy unusual the products in Iowa and also outside of the Mulder was recently elected to the Board As a representative for nine counties in Northwest on his return Home he will Stop in Des Moines to a meeting of a group of Sioux county members with the concert band have made it possible to Experiment with new tonal color and especially in the lower Wood for the Drake band has five Bass clarinets and two contrabass in the Bass Section All players arc equipped with a concert Type instrument called the recording replacing the sousaphone which was designed primarily for marching the programs on tour include classical and semiclassical selections As Well As the March favourites of Goldman and other Well known band the band also features Small ensembles and it will appear Here under the sponsorship of band boosters the committee in charge of arrangements and ticket sales is composed of Frank Van Louis Lawrence and Art Vande with others assist All High school bands have been invited to a Complete program will appear next week in the news Earth movers to meet at City an Earth movers conference will be held March in the Gambler motor garage at Orange City for the purpose of explaining the Nec Essary specifications for the various soil and water Conser vation practices recommended by the the meeting will begin at and be Over by speakers will be John Draa John Maddy of Plymouth firemen called to Van Hilt Home the Sioux Center firemen were called to the Home of Van Hilt tuesday night at about when neighbors thought they saw a fire in the firemen found no one at Home and the door of the Heater stove causing flames to throw Light into the Van Hilts husband is in the and she happened to be away from Home at the local men present dryer to Mission the delivery of a new clothes dryer for the Winnebago Mission was made tuesday by 18 men of the mens sunday school class at the Central Church and the men took the dryer to toured the build Ings and were entertained before returning Home late in the eve to raise Money the Christian school sunny sewing Circle will hold a Sale of articles made by members on March at in the Al purpose room the Money raised at will be used tonal school to Purchase Addi warriors trounce Maurice in substrate finals will meet Davenport Saint Ambrose in first round at the Sioux Center warriors avenged their county tourney loss to the Maurice monarchs saturday night in the sub stale finals by Roll ing up a 10point Victory and won the right to represent Northwest Iowa in the state tournament that will get underway today at Des Carol de Ruyter is chosen for contest Carol de daughter of and Jim de Ruy Ter and a Sophomore in the Sioux Center High has been chosen As a candidate for Queen in the easter Seal Queen contest that will be held in pcs Monics this each school with a team in the state tournament was Elig Ible to elect a candidate to compete for the Honor of be ing named easter Seal the Coronation ceremony will be held saturday night at the seven of the girls will serve As each High school class named two candidates monday and from these the entire Stu Dent body elected miss do she will leave today with her Mother and will have All her expenses de Ruyter and her daughter will remain at Des Moines until the final game is they will ride with Kin sey to Des psalm singers to give program Here the psalm consisting of men from Orange City and Sioux Center under the direction of Aue of Orange will present a program at the Bethel Christian reformed Church in Sioux Center sunday be ginning at the Christian school Guild is sponsoring the program an they Welcome the Public to a free will offering will be cancer Kickoff speaker named chairman Edge Veltrup of the Sioux county cancer Cru Sade announces that Dewey of will be the principal speaker at the Kickoff meeting of workers to be held in the Sioux Center town Hall basement March at Dewey is himself a cured cancer All town and township chairmen Are urged to be present to hear Calvin alumni to hold meeting Here the Northwest Iowa chapter of the Calvin alumni association will hold its Spring meet ing March at the first Christian reformed Church Council presi Dent from grand will show pictures of the College at a smorgasbord will precede the business and entertainment from to members Are requested to bring a variety of wins contest John Moss of Sioux Center was the Winner of the Glovette shoe contest sponsored recently by the de Bruin shoe store she received a free pair of Floyd Sioux county and Clarence Victory hug pick Kraayenbrink got a big Victory hug from one of team saturday night after the trampled in the also being congratulated above Bud Hirtman with we Fth Buck shoulder under after overcoming double a Sioux City thurs Day the monarchs dropped Back into Sioux county Competition to of acc the warriors in the and that ended the spectacular Victory March begun by the Maurice team in the county tourney in the Sioux Center warriors will make their sixth trip to the state since 1943 when they Square off with Davenport Ambrose to night at they boast a record of 31 wins and Only one defeat this Good shape before leaving with his team yesterday coach Paul Muyskens said except for a cold being nursed by Vande Berg his boys were in Good shape and ready for win or Muys kens the tribe will make a Good a Large number of local fans will leave today for Des Moines to take in the first and Many More will remain at Home to watch the contest on a Sioux City station will be carrying All the night a eight teams will play Dubuque meets Ottumwa at Ames Roland at in the upper bracket Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln Iowa City at and Davenport and Sioux Center come together in the night winners of these games will be paired off in their respective brackets tomorrow and the same four teams will play off for the top four places saturday if the indians win tonight they will play two More games for substrate final the substrate final game with the monarchs Drew a near capacity crowd at Central gym in Sioux City saturday Maurice got off to a slow Start in the first Quarter by falling be Hind by As much As eight but managed to close it up to a on Point deficit by the end of the the monarchs jumped to a Brief five Point Lead in the second period Only to Sec the tribe score 10 Points in slightly More than a minute and a half and hold a 35 30 advantage at the monarchs never again got within two they trailed 53 47 at the end of the period just after seeing their Hopes for Victory dashed when de Jagur committed his fifth foul and was taken out of the from then on the indians were pcs and the monarchs didst have much of a Chan leading scorer for the Maurice five was Wierda with de Jagur made 17 and Van orc run dropped in for Sioux Center it was Beernink with Berkenpas with Juffer 16 and Kraayenbrink Correctionville Correctionville dropped Only after the final whistle signalled the end of the the determined warriors from Down in Woodbury county fought to the very end and gave the locals a Good scare Only minutes before the game was Down by 17 Points Early in the third the Correctionville club appeared out of the then Correctionville Cut Loose with a determined attack that whittled the margin to within then Van Rissen Only to have it offset by a Correctionville Basket and a Charity Point to close it to Darrell Beer links goal and two Van Rissen lifters stretched Sioux centers margin to but Gordon twice to leave Correctionville behind by Only 72 to 70 with 27 seconds trying to get the Mopper fouled Van Riessen and John plunked in both Points with 19 seconds to but just seven seconds later Gordon hit a pair that again shaved the deficit to Correctionville could it gel Possession and duncans desperate lunge resulted in another foul with two seconds remain ing and Van Rissen again potted both Van Riessen and Gordon were the top each with 26 Kraayenbrink and Juffer added 19 and 17 for Sioux Center Mott and Morgan totalled 18 and 12 Tor Kinsey Speaks to future teachers Sioux Center superintendent of was the speaker tuesday evening at a meeting of the future teachers club at West mar College in be Kinsey spoke on ethics and applying for

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