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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1965, Sioux Center, IowaLocal producer recognized or and mrs Richard Van Regenmorter and Leroy punt poultry men of Sioux Center were among top producers of a fou state area Given special recognition As Mem Bers of the 300 egg goal per Hen club at a recent meeting in Sioux Falls the Van Hege Morters had 3050 Birds that averaged 264 eggs each for a 12months period with a feed conversion record of 3 97 pounds per dozen eggs for this laying period or punt had a 5000 Bird flock that produced 253 eggs per Hen the new 300 egg club was started january 1963 by the de Kalb agricultural association inc producers of the Dekalb profit Pullet the purpose of the club is to provide recognition for top egg producers encourage accurate record keeping and promote efficient egg production practices the 300 egg Mark was chosen because balanced bred pullets available today have the genetic capability of surpassing this goal sound management of the growing Pullet and the layer Are the keys to utilizing this Breeding although no one attained the 300 egg goal during this past year the Quality of the participating poultry Farmers was very High the top producer was Scyphers poultry farm from Holston Vir Ginia their 6000 Bird entry flock averaged 273 eggs per Pullet housed during the 12 month Lay ing period Sandy and sue Sheri dans flock at Lennox Iowa Fol Lowed closely with a 272 egg production record a minimum flock size of 2000 Birds is required for an entry Kach club member submits accurate egg production records for a 12 month period beginning after two consecutive Days of 50 per cent production Jet ramen keeping up with those in service pvt Lester r Van Veldhuizen 21 son of or and mrs Henry Van Veldhuizen route 2 Hull Iowa completed advanced training As a Cannonier at the army artillery and missile Center fort Sill okla March 12 Van Veldhuizen was trained in the preparation loading and firing of Field artillery guns and howitzers he entered the i army last november and completed Basic training at fort Leonard Wood to he attended Bock Val Ley Community High school and was employed by Koyker manufacturers before entering the army i find on left receive Joe Kiel plaque snoring production from Joe Kiesey Dekalb 111 regional manager for Dekalb your Extension staff in action by Maurice county Extension Agni i Jhuty the present time but Spring cant be too far away now when you look at the Calendar John w Cleveringa our coun cil chairman and i were Over in Sheridan township to act on be Naif of the Extension Council in appointing Albert Kroeze As Couch cil member in Sheridan town ship replacing Walter Hensch who moved out of the county we Wel come Albert As a Council member fertilizers Are an important to Pic now you almost have to Dis cuss insecticides too and maybe herbicides when you talk about raising a Corn crop in our area phosphorus fertilizers for Corn has shown Good re sults the reason for this is that if phosphorus is placed near the top of the ground our moisture conditions sometimes get too dry for the phosphorus to become available to the Plant therefore slowed Down phosphorus is More Apt to be in moist soil which is necessary for the plants to use this element nitrogen can be either slowed Down or Side dressed potassium should be put on with a planter attachment since on most of our soils broadcast potassium application has not shown significant pvt e 2 Dennis Van Den Berg no 26821233 2nd platoon co a 1st in 3 be fort Ord Calif 93941 Vander Ploens funeral Home Center la Maurice mrs h Ultch pm lo74m3 let pigs Iron treat them selves with Moor Ron Moo Iron Reod to feed highly palatable Way to prevent Iron deficiency anaemia in Boby Pigi treat them tvs by eating Moormon Moo Iron medicated All you do u feed each Littig o Toupee of twice a from the time pigs Are 2 or 3 until they Are eating Ptg starter Well usually at 4 5 weeks thai All there in to it no Iron dts no individual with liquids or pills no udder Pinkna no exciting of or you never touch pig Yew Moorman Man Wilt you about Moo Iron Gerrit Van Putten phone 20973 Sioux Center Iowa Orange City news 737 the Rev Herman a Harmelink was recently installed As pastor of the Washington reformed Church at Ackley Rev Harmelink came to Ackley from Woodstock Minn the Church at a Foley honoured their new pastor and family with a Welcome reception february 17 or and mrs sip Sipma left wednesday to spend two weeks with their daughter the Herbert Preuss at Cincinnati Ohio the Sigmas plans to do some sight seeing in the mountains of Ken Tucky miss Jeanette Van Tubergen of redi mix Concrete washed gravel All Sim basements dug leveling Etc dirt hauled Buck or yellow any amount from Small to tandem loads soft water our own punt Call Jerry Reisma 256o1 or Sioux redi mix 25606 Sioux City spent the weekend with her parents or and mrs de Van Tubergen Here mrs Henry j hubers entertained a group of neighbors and Fri ends at her Home Friday after noon included in the Courtesy were mrs Arie reekers mrs we Pennings mrs it Van Govan str land Johephine har Melmuk mrs Henry de groot mrs Frank Bomgaars and mrs Jeane Luymes or and Van Gorp or and family spent the week end e of her or since 1935 gravel so dirt gone with the wind not with insurance on the Job put proper insurance coverage to work on your farm protecting against financial loss due to tornadoes and floods and other acts of nature let us Check your coverage protect against financial loss insure with us s r and mrs Chas Wolbrink at stick Ney s d Enro Ute Home they stopped to pick up mrs Tarry leu and son Michael who Are spending a week in the parental we Van Gorp Home or and mrs Bert top or and mrs we Van getter mrs Bill Wiemers of Sioux Center and mrs Edyath Gelder attended the 56th wedding anniversary of or and Jong at Siwe March be women Are Sisters Nic Wielenga their son or and mrs and at de Schreur Orange City implement dealer was recently elected president of the Iowa retail farm equipment association at the annual state meeting which was held in Des Moines Gerard Kals beef is recovering from recent gallbladder surgery or and mrs John Nyhof spent a two week visit with their daughter the c b Banks family at Las Cruces new Mexico mrs Jacob Heemstra attended a recent Honor banquet Given by he chamber of Commerce and the kiwanis club for the Honor students of Yankton s n schools miss Kristen Heemstra Heemstra Gran daughter eem Sra received an award at the banquet As 6th in the class of 176 or and mrs Robert Klein Hes Sehnke have named their new son grandmother John John to and of Augusta a Reks in the Haan Home while her see us for a your insurance needs Wesselink insurance a Willic Fie husband it Deets was in Calif or and mrs Richard Groenhout recently moved to the Home for occupied by or and mrs and son Todd the licks moved to Ames where he s an associate professor in the Owa state University he is also toward doctors de we if Delnar Kloster or and mrs Ted Juffer l n Kloster in Omaha neb recently guests in the Bill Patton Home s errand mrs Bill Patton and children from Emmetsburg t 1edafthur Vogels and mrs Cli Ford pals visited the Arlo Vanvugt family in Minneapolis mrs Jeltema Ccle Macce rated their 40th wedding Anni relatives and friends in the base Ersary with a social gathering of ment of the farm Bureau build ing february 26 d Kent de Haan and and or and mrs Ronald and Sandra recently at tended the Golden wedding of their grandparents or and mrs Peter mans at Volga s d do 2smi ency insurance that Sioux Confer Sioux automation Center Sura by Law 819 do Jehnwn pm 7221488 Sioux Center Bra John my Kfir or and mrs Bernard Van veld Huizen and daughter of Chester la visited in the Home of mrs Anna de Jager on Friday after Ion Linda Baker daughter of or and mrs Harold Baker submitted to an appendectomy on thursday at the Sioux Center Hospital mrs Margaret grand i a of in Dian River Mich came to see her father Herman Kluis who is ill she is spending a week Here and is a House guest of or and mrs Dick Kluis mrs de Orr cose underwent minor surgery at the Orange City Hospital last week she returned Home on Friday mrs Anna Muilenberg visited in the Nick Bogaard Home at Orange City on thursday evening or arid mrs Leslie Bowen at tended the funeral services of her Nephew Clyde Coppock 47 of be Mars who passed away at the St Vincent Hospital March 1 fun eral services were held at the first Baptist Church in be Mars relat Ives coming from a distance to at tend the funeral were or and mrs Nick Lukken of Phenix Ariz or and mrs Ashton cop pock and Connie of Denever Colo they left again for their Home the past week the Richard Mays family of Clear Lake and the Garnet Bloch family of Sioux City visited in the Allen Mays Home saturday or and mrs Chas Boyd returned Home the past week from a vacation trip to the West coast visitors last sunday in the Home of or and mrs Gerrit Intveldt were the John Bruxvoort family of Luverne and or and mrs Brant Krizen of Chandler Minn or and mrs Henry Hofland of Sanborn mrs Dick Kreykes and her daughter mrs Frank Van Beck of Sioux Center visited with mrs Anna de orig on Friday after noon i or and mrs Raymond de Jong were supper guests thursday in the Home of mrs Christina de Zeeuw at Rock Valley on Friday afternoon they visited mrs Sam Klein of Hospers mrs Minnie Peelen accompanied them and also visited in the Klein Home mrs Arnold Coppock and mrs Lillian me Gorey of be Mars spent thursday afternoon visiting in the Leslie Bpwe Home or and Mulder and or and mrs John Sjaarda of Sioux Center spent last week end at Des Moines where they visited John Martin Sjaarda who is a patient in the Hospital there they also visited in the de Mulder Home in Des Moines a grocery Shower was held on saturday evening at the George Van Roeffel Home for miss Nancy Hillinga and Carl Reinking who will be married on saturday april at the american reformed Church in Orange City guests were the families of Irwin Reink ing Lambert Hollings of Orange City Howard and Wally Van Roek Al George Dykstra h Meiras Dianne Reinking and mrs Jim Gerviss of Sioux City Mcmon de Kock of Orange City Bob Scholten of Sanborn or and mrs Ted Smits spent the week end at White Bear Lake visiting their son Ted or or and mrs Dick de Jong accompanied them and they visited their daughter and family sir and mrs Gerald wis Sinuc at Minneapolis or and mrs Leslie Bowen entertained their daughter or and mrs Wesley Orban and children of be Mars to a birthday dinner at their Home sunday the women both observed birthdays that Day or and mrs Gerald Vanroekel of Carmel Sang a duet for special music at the Maurice reformed Church sunday evening or and mrs Wilbur de Jong went to Sioux Falls sunday to spend the afternoon with their daughter Linda or and mrs Leslie Bowen went to Sioux City last monday to see mrs l b Bowen who has been ailing yes we do provide around Hemlock ambulance service strictly As a Public service at very nominal charges your inspection of our ambulance car and equipment is cordially invited we strive to make our service com plete and adequate in every respect or mrs Art Vander Ploeg and Stanley highlights by in we Howard Smit and his brother inlaw Gerald Kleene went to Iowa City Friday to get mrs Smit and their son Jeffrey the latter had surgery they came Home saturday Mary Lynn Kroese was 11 years old March 12th her supper guests were Lora Belle Vanderzwaag Connie Dittmer Betty Vander Kooi mrs Charles Kroese took the girls to the Bowling Alley after supper and the girls enjoyed Bowling or Donald Bosch of Muscat Oman arabian Gulf port Arabia who is being supported by the sunday school of the first re formed Church was guest speaker thursday evening at the first re formed Church or and mrs Hyman Hymans and Terry went to Omaha Satur Day to the Nelson Hymans Home they helped commemorate the birthday of Nelson and came Home sunday or and mrs Garden Makie left Friday to visit at the Home of or and mrs Russell Korver in Des Moines mrs John Van Wyk of Sanborn spent Friday at the parental John Humme Home mrs Humme is failing and is bed Ridden most of the Day Gerrit Nettinga birthday was March 14 his children with their families came to spend the even ing with him and Orville mrs Stuart Sipma birthday was March 13 or and mrs Sipma enjoyed a birthday supper at the Home of their son Keith and family mrs Marvin Wissink who had surgery at Sioux Center Hospital came Home sunday Anthony de groot is in Sioux Center Hospital and is in traction or and mrs Edwin Brunsting and family of West Bend spent the week end with Hull relatives Cornie Smit came Home thurs Day from Iowa state Hospital at Iowa oily or and mrs Peter vis who left Hull two months ago and visited relatives and friends in California with or and mrs John Intveld of Rock Valley came Home Friday or and mrs Gerald Brunsting and mrs John Visser were guests of Sharon Brunsting at a ban Quet at the Continental Manor in Sioux Falls s d to Honor the career conduct class of 50 members and each gave a Short talk Sharon spoke on goals in life and she gave the invocation 9 Garfield h Zimmerman pm 2090 or and mrs Kenneth Hamann and daughter of Omaha spent the week end in the Harold Hever and Max Hamann Homes or and mrs Arnold Benson and son of Jackson Minn were luncheon guests sunday afternoon in the Fred Yunker Home or and mrs r Gacke and family of Brondon s d or and mrs Kenneth Hamann and daughter of Omaha and Carlyle Ham Ann of Sioux Falls were supper guests sunday in the Max Hamann Home or and mrs Alvin Sohl and sons of George were supper guests Friday in the Emil Lange Home Florence Miller and Sandra Miller were dinner guests sunday in the Pete Van Drill Home mrs de Miller and or and mrs Carl Munday were dinner guests sunday in the Jim Mun Day of Lawton la they went to help Ruth celebrate her birth Day or and mrs John Miller and family arid a group of relatives spent sunday in the Herman Mil Bradt or Home they went to help or Afi Budt celebrate his birthday at Arkon my neighbors thursday March 18 1965 Sioux Center crossword across 1 dishonest 8 erase 10 classic nomenclature Abb 12 subsided 13 preposition 14 of the feet 15 hawaiian do Sec 16 preposition 18 Dunlo laced 20 Silver diem 21 nothing at All 23 numeral 24 direct 25 clip opium chem 27 dance step 28 Sun god 29 consumed 30 Circle Segno Jar 31 electric charged atom 32 radon chem 33 applied s 34 be conveyed w theological science Clofe 37 Lamprey 39adverse 40 allot tin Cut tour 42 preposition 43 extol 44 distance unit 15 Kettie Down 1 subservient 2 european Deer 3 Compass direction High to music 5 operation 6 Large american cats 7 Render null s a Brace 11 glaringly 12 a kind of band Wal big 13 ruler 14 Parent 16 of a Grain 17 abbreviated head 19 printers measure 20 Namlos 22 24 plunders 26 tolerant 27 babble 30 metric unit of area 31 standards of perfection 33 exist 34 disturbance 35 determinate notes Abb 38before United 41 Len nor 43militarybody i t j i where cd be her Roba president the company Washington and Small business by c Wilson harder soft water Call 21646 for hard or 1315 gallon tank Joes read mix soft water h no air War Call 2mm 113fhc any intelligent Jonir Heinar arsonist knows the Best Way to keep a fire going is to pour gasoline onto it with this a mind it a dim cult to Nader stand tie Lunf Cong behind the current drive u open the nations tales wide to a flood of new Immi Gration when there Are millions of unemployed people a 1 Randy in the nation there is a quota system admitting cd harder people to this country and the quotas Are based on the percentage of people of any particular origin that makes up total population 1er example Normal quota win admit some British a tear but Only i0t from upper Volu but the British the swedes the Swiss and Many others have in recent years shown a disinclination to leave their Homeland to take up the tax burdens of a resident of the United states Bat in Many aide developed lands us world there is an ease Mem to get to America far in excess their Perl stable quotas hence it is now suggested that quota be scrapped and any one admitted regardless of land of origin up to the total number of All permitted this could re sult in the entire population upper Toha Aad eventually movie u tvs the proposal to scrap the quota Laws is accompanied by a gambit that those with use Able skills in the u s would be admitted regardless of National origin and this is where the Paradox comes in for after All with Job re anal or it Al vast poetic sums Are being spent to teach new skills to Many present Ameri cans so the question becomes of where these retrained pie Are to end work if the jobs they Are being trained for Are filled by newly arrived foreign ers with such skills in addition there should also be considered the american drive with tax billions to up Grade economic level of much of the rest of the world As already stated both the skilled and unskilled of the More advanced nations of the world have shown a reluctance to move from their homelands if the skilled people from the underdeveloped lands Are permitted to come into the us what happens to the development of their own lands under u s foreign Aid b3 Lions Are spent to develop skills among the natives so they can help develop their own coun tries but it these natives with their newly acquired skills shake the dust of their native lands Oft their feet and head for America who is going to be left at Home to keep store for example the Republic of Congo at present is held Down to immigrants per year this is a Case in Point if any of the congolese Are trained in Medicine they had kept borne instead of is off to America after an if the recent rate of Mekaj Mission Aries centimes they Are Tiar need every trained native District court of the state of Iowa in and Sioux county 0 the matter of the estate of John c Shoemaker deceased probate no 8467 notice of probate of will of appointment of executrix and notice to creditors to All persons interested in the estate of John c Shoemaker de ceased you Are hereby notified that on he Lith Day of March 1965 the ast will and testament of John c Shoemaker deceased bearing Date he 18th Day of january 1939 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that june Jennings was appointed executrix of Aid estate and has duly qualified As such notice is Given that All persons indebted to said estate Are re Quested to make immediate pay ment to the undersigned and realtors having claims against Aid estate shall file them with the Lerk of the above named District ourt As provided by Law duly uthen Ticatch for allowance and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this 1 notice unless otherwise allowed or paid such claim shall there after be forever barred dated this Lith Day of March seen and May be secured at tie office of the county auditor county Engineer 4 a proposals must be wed on the forms furnished by the county sealed and plainly marked proposals containing any not provided for in the forms furnished May be rejected and us county Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to Jet any or All bids 5 attention of bidders is i a cited to the special covering the qualifications of bid Ders and subletting or assign int of the contract 6 As a condition precedent to being furnished proposal Formo a prospective bidder must be m the current Iowa state Highway com Mission list of qualified Xvi Fern except that this requirement not apply when bids Are received solely for materials sup plies or equipment projects 465 765 1165 1265 and 1365 construct 5 1beam and 1 Concrete slab Bridges in various locations involving 4027 by of structural Crete steel 163630 la i of june Jennings executrix of said estate Maurice a Tepaske attorney d Wiersma clerk of the District court Date of second publication March 25 1965 318325 notice to bidders 1 scaled bids will be received by the auditor of Sioux county at his office Orange City Iowa until Oclock am on March 30 1965 for the various items of construction work listed below 2 a certified Check drawn upon a solvent Iowa Bank in an amount As set Forth in the proposal form made payable to the county Audi Tor shall be filed with each proposal this Check May be cashed and the proceeds retained by the Bounty As liquidated damages if the bidder fails to execute a con act and file an approved Bond for he faithful performance thereof within fifteen Days after the acceptance of his bid 3 plans specifications and proposal forms for the work May be 19534 578 12 841 458 80 729 fam of Creo lumber la of hardware Creo posts by of cd 10 excavation by of cd 20 excavation by of cd 21 excavation by of cd 24 excavation remove old structures and projects 565 665 and 965 construct five 5 reinforced Concrete Fox culverts and extensions a various locations involving 3075 by of structural con Crete 49572 la of reinforcing steel 641 by of cd 20 excavation remove old Structure Check for Bridges Check for culverts March 10 1965 Board of super visors of Sioux county by m j Van Wyk county auditor 31832sj at first National sex ctn Tvr year around summer nutrition Hanson silo for Low Cost beef or Dairy ration Ling p i it fun right if rough la s Concrete stave silos in loaders s distributors it conveying equipment Hanson silo co i Verne Minnesota

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