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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 24, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa And so its that White stuff that was piled on the walk monday morning May not have been Plum Blossom but monday marked the first Day of Spring Robins have been with us for More than a buds on the Trees have be come fat and almost ready for v and of course there Are Many other signs about one of these Days the Earth will give Forth its new color and the thermometer will Rise to set a new record for the then Spring will be Here in All its it is a Little difficult for child Ren to understand Why the seasons dont make sudden changes when it they the Calendar May indicate that it is Spring but the weather which is confusing to the youngsters who have been promised they can do this or that in the now Spring is Here and they still cant do our eldest for has been told she can Wear a certain thin dress to school in the Spring she knows its Spring bul she still int allowed to Wear thai j3 if we were a Little More careful we would Tell her she can Wear it when the weather is warm that would be much less confuse volume m number Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper March 1955 warriors Bow out in first state contest hundreds of music students to assemble in Sioux Center for festival tomorrow hundreds of Sioux county mus will share a part in the in students will assemble in Sioux choruses will later be massed to Center tomorrow March sing under the i Spring is supposed to be the time when Young hearts Are set a fire with that indefinable thing called All of nature schemes to set the stage a Lovely Back ground of singing Birds and per fumed Flowers and even the weather is conductive to match while we May Seldom notice it at other times of the everything seems to appear in pairs in the its love in budding and a gentle symphony of poets say Over and Over to Call it simply a stage in lifes endless Cycle of events is to whisk away All of the Beauty and mystery of that thing called youth should not be denied the Romance of the Young folks will discover soon enough that it Fol lows a repetitious v lovers of Good band music will have an unusual Opportunity next wednesday afternoon when the Drake University band appears Here for a concert in the new school the repertoire includes a number of old favor Ite band pieces As Well As some wonderful symphony arrange while it might have been better if the bands appearance Here could have been in the eve those who can take in this concert will certainly be Well re Ross who is always on the Lookout for More volunteers for observation Hopes to re Cruit about 200 sky watchers in and around Sioux there is a real need for More men to serve and receive anyone who wants to help is asked to Contact no experience is of and dont expect any this is simply a patriotic ser vice that should be shared by More in the event of an the present list of volunteers would be much too Small to carry on a Day after Day sch Cdr newspapers have a Way of stay ing around year after a few weeks ago postmaster Don de Gooyer found several copies of a Sioux Center newspaper that apparently lived a rather Short it was the Corn Belt published by Brandes in the Early an English language it must have been published along with the its circulation was and it died within a couple of years after it was its easy to explain what happened to the warriors in their game against Ambrose thurs Day a few of us who saw the game know that our boys hit a cold Streak at the most Inopportune shot after shot failed to go through the net in the first and second and mean while the Davenport five just seemed to put them through no matter How they in the last half the warriors kept up with and even got the shooting Edge on Ambrose but they were never Able to make up the against a weaker team they most certainly would have it was a great season and our boys deserve a lot of they came through in the Pinch several times to win this time 32 minutes ran out before they we still congrats you had a grand sea and were proud of you and Sajur Paul As Well As assistant coach Howard Lubach and Marty who scouted Many a team during the s i festival which will be held at 7 is open to the and a Small in the nearly completed new admission charge will be made at the door each Public High school in the the program has been listed As county will be represented and follows bless this psalm 150 Maurice russian in solemn silence Orange City the heavens Are the hiking song Hospers on great Lone Alia the lord is a mighty god Boyden Madame ride the Chariot Rock Valley a prayer for Onward Christian soldiers Alton i i love Willie Newkirk 0 Bone czechoslovakian dunce song Hawarden Green bless this House Ireton selections from the wizard of homing Hull your land and my set Down servant Sioux Center mass chorus then round about the starry throne Handel he watching Over a the world Mendelssohn go not far from o god Zingarelli comin through the Rye Simeone America our heritage Steele Floyd flood plan will be discussed at two so that everyone May hive an Opportunity to obtain information and ask questions about the pres ent plans for flood control in the Floyd River Joe Extension area has announced the scheduling of two open the first one will be at the Vansurksum Hall in at today March the last one will be in the town Hall in Orange at March Clarey pointed out that the corps of army engineers have plans to construct 28 dams rang ing from 80 to 200 acres in size in the Floyd none of these dams Are in the main Channel of the Floyd and 20 Are located in Sioux Floyd Sioux soil District will be present to discuss the place of soil and water conservation in a flood prevention any general questions you May have on will be discussed for the Benefit of the an interesting coloured film heritage of our soil will be this film includes some Beautiful scenes of our National Parks and issued certificate for sewage Plant operation Here Richard town clerk and operator of the Sioux Center sewage treatment has been certified by the Iowa sewage works associations voluntary certification commit tee As a qualified Grade ii Plant it was announced to met All require Day by Paul Kroon has ments of the association and has passed a written Examina he is one of about 100 sewage works men in the state certified to operate municipal and Industrial waste treatment Ireton youth gets Westinghouse Job Owen Snuttjer son of and Snuttjer of who received the Bachelor of science from Iowa state College March has accepted a position with Westinghouse electric of he is one of 175 who received degrees and certificates at the Winter Quarter graduation demand for graduates in Fields of Home economics and science continues to be most men graduating from College now who have not served in the armed forces will be entering the service for at least two storm brings fresh Snow for Spring Between four and five inches of fresh Snow borne on Strong North Easterly winds sunday and Early monday morning returned the Winter scene to Sioux county for a last ditch stand on the first Day of continued cold with the Mercury dipping to 10 assured county residents that Spring is still a distance around the Corner despite what the Calendar while no important highways were blocked by the drifts piled up to three feet in places and a lot of Snow was a warm Sun tuesday afternoon melted some of the Snow before about another Inch came tuesday night and Early wednesday morn plan present easter cantata the society the first Christian reformed Church will present the easter cantata the on Easte sunday the cantata will be under the direction o miss Henrietta ten Harmse and the Public is cordially invited to Debruin urges use of easter asks contributions Sioux county residents Are urged to use easter seals or each piece of easter time mail according to de Bruin Sioux county easter Seal Spon if your you have not yet Mallet contribution to help Crip pled boys and do so today make use of the Small Pink envelope enclosed with the Easte seals when they were Dell Erec to your de Bruin so much depends on the campaigns we have accomplished tremendous stride throughout the years and As the greatest achievements eve made for the crippled lie jus we must see that they Are All of us can give our Crip pled children a new lease on life by contributing to the welfare helping them on the Road to useful living is also bound to bring u personal evangelist to hold meetings at Church Here in april Leo evangelist who appeared to conduct a series of meetings at the first Baptist Church in will return in april for a number of precast or it was announced this week by Church firemen and wives feted at Hull Sioux Center firemen and their wives were guests of Honor at a dinner Given by the Hull firemen and a group of Hull business men Friday the dinner was Given in appreciation for the help Given during the recent fire at the implement shop other firemen also entertained were from Boyden and Rock scouts hear about Alaska vacation Houtkooper gave an illustrated talk on the Alaska Highway last night at a joint meeting of the boy and cub scouts of Sioux the Houtkooper family made a vacation trip to Alaska about 18 months ago and took Many coloured pictures while Lene Deal of and Ilene teams loss partly offset by wonderful week end As Queen attendant for Carol Sioux centers loss to Davenport Ambrose thursday night was heartbreaking for one of the schools most spirited but Carol Lee de Ruyter took it in stride and enjoyed a wonderful week end As an attendant to the state easter Seal the Only Sophomore among the eight girls who were candidates for Carol May have been at a slight disadvantage in the con since the girls were judged partly on their activities in the other seven were seniors in High but even being an attendant was fun and a real Carol said after the whirl of activities was Over in Des she and her Jim de were royally entertained during the three Days they were they had a room at the fort Des Moines attended dinners an were escorted on sightseeing they were special guests at the games and at entertainment activities it was a big week and Carol will remember it a Long finally chosen Queen was Ann Reider of her other attendants were Mary Louise Taylor of Judy Hall of Council Jackie Alger of Joan Waller of Iowa Char Leo Sandgran for 33 years a Baptist minister and for 15 years a radio minister at Sandgren will hold nightly meetings april 4 through april beginning at each the visiting minister has travel de and preached in Europe and in Many places in this Carol pm Rutur Hall of miss de Ruyter was chosen As a candidate last week when she was elected by the entire student body at the High the Queen con test at Des Moines was sponsored by the Polk county society for crippled children and sunday school convention Friday Nels director of Christian education at the first congregational Church of Keno will be the principal speaker at the 31st annual convention of the sunday school association of Sioux at Hull the convention will be held in the first reformed Church there beginning at 9 and continuing through the andersens theme will be advancing As we go Dick Deweerd to head vow Post succeeds Kuiken Dick de weird of Carmel was named Post commander of the veterans of foreign w Here last week when the annual election was he will succeed Orville Kuiken after installation ceremonies Are held next other officers wore Roger second Vicc commander Bill Junior vice Robert quartermaster Melvin Bonnema Post advocate Casey Van Maas chaplain John Post surgeon Adrian and Lawrence Blacker was reelected the local vow which is rounding out its second now has a paid up membership of 50 Lawrence Bleek or said and has been cited at the state level for its outstanding growth it made the largest gain in Iowa last the installation ceremony Wii be held april 4h Cage tourney to be played at Boyden next week the annual Sioux county 4h basketball held this High school april the first game will be read ing rough riders Grant tournament will be year in the Boyden gym March 29 Sheridan at Center then teams Farmers will meet Welcome workers at drawing byes in the first round Are the Sioux Stock Holland Capel Washington eager Western and Plato these teams will come together in the second round and the finals will be played next Friday at the Consolation round will be at cancer Kickoff meeting tonight a cured cancer Dewcy of will be the speaker this evening at the can cer crusade Kickoff meeting that will Here in the town Hall the meeting is set for dirty All township chairmen Aje expected to attend the meeting when plans for the Campaign will be gone according to Edge Sioux county cancer Cru Sade Dewey will have an interesting talk to to raise Money the Christian school sunny sewing Circle will hold a Sale of articles made by members March at 330 in the Al purpose room at the will be used to Money raised Purchase additional school cold Streak with fired up Ambrose proves too much for tribe end with 31 wins and 2 losses ten minutes of cold shooting and a few bad Breaks proved to be impossible to overcome thursday night at pcs and the Sioux Center warriors took their second and final defeat of the season in the first round of the state boys basketball they went to double a Sam Schut is named president of fair Board Sam Schut of Sioux Center became the new president of the Sioux county youth fair saturday when the annual meeting was held and Elmer Den re tiring was named executive August Oelrich of Sheldon was reelected Vic president and Mau Rice Eldridge will serve As Secre new members named to the Board Are Hilbert Hynen of Cliff Bogaard of Orange City and Arie Schimmel of Sioux Board members whose terms did not expire this year Are William Vreeman of Albert Reh Jack Armstrong and Wayne Venard of who has been an Active supporter of the youth fair and has spent a great Deal of time in fair Board will have much of the responsibility for coordinating fair activities this other business taken up atthe annual meeting included a discus Sion of plans for erecting another no definite action was since funds were inadequate to carry through such a Davenport the cold 10 minute period came shortly after John Van pics san Buck eted the first two Field goals for the warriors moments after the contest got Van a lesson dropped in a Beauty from 18 feet out to Start the but Ambrose came Back quickly to put one through the then it was Van pics sons turn but from then on until almost the end program by psalm singers postponed due to weather conditions on sunday the psalm singers program which was to e held in the Bethel Christian reformed Church was postponed until this sunday mar the program will begin a 30 in the Bethel Chris Ian reformed the Christian school Guild vill sponsor the program Anc hey Welcome the Public to a free will offering will be Gary Kempers gets Roth promotion at Iowa state College Cadet Gary son of and Gerrit Kem pers of Sioux was promoted on to the rank of Cadet Captain in the army veterinary at Iowa state he has been enrolled in army Roth for the past 10 quarters of his academic this promotion is testimony of his keen interest and aptitude in military army senior at Iowa state offers such Stu dents the Opportunity of engaging in preparation for their military obligation upon Grade while at the same time 7 assigned to duty for sky watch seven ground observers have aeon assigned to duty sunday in nother sky watch exercise thai will be conducted in the Omaha Ilter according to Ross who is in charge of the ocal their duty period will be from to 4 named for duty unday Are the following 09001000 Art Vande Berg 10001100 Clarence ver Hoef 11001200 Les Brommer 12001300 John Menning 13001400 John Bleeker 14001500 Mouw 15001600 Vernon Mouw Wilder let continuing in this their Roth academic program makes available College trained Reserve officers to our armed forces in time of More new books on Library shelves several of the new books placed on the Library shelves this week have been ordered at the request of Library Pat said de de Mots stressed again that the Public is invited to use Library facilities and examine the Many new books requests and suggestions for books Are three Book committees handling current and Are Active on the Board of new books this week Are fiction All quiet on the Western front by Remarque guard of Cozzens Clois Ter and the Reade forty plus and fancy poetry and plays mine the Edna Millay plays of Oliver Goldsmith together with the vicar of family parents can be peo Baruch the child from five to philosophy a history of Western Bertrand Russel the philosophy of John juvenile books where to Loring ringmaster this Drake band will give concert in new school auditorium afternoon the Drake University concert band will arrive Here wednes Day morning to present a concert at the new gymnasium at m on its 19th annual Spring the 72piece concert group is under Tho direction of Daniel Marti director of bands at Drake in pcs programs on tour include Clas Sical and semiclassical music varying from symphonies and tone poems to rhapsodies and favorite several Small ensembles and soloists Are featured including Milan other towns included in this years tour include Guthrie cent storm be esl Herville Forest City and Clear the band will appear Here under the sponsorship of band boost ers the committee in charge of arrangements and ticket sales is composed of Frank Van Louis Lawr ence and Art Vanda with others All High school bands have been invited to the program appears below follows Drake University concert band tour repertoire March and procession from Bacchus from the Ballet Del ibis symphony in by for band 1st movement a Tichet adagio and Tarantella clarinet Solo Cavallini Mannin Veen tone poem Wood stars and stripes Sousa invocation of Alberich from Das Rheingold Wagner beguine for band Osser flute cocktail scherzo and blues for six Jericho rhapsody for band Gould nuts Eggers Osterling new world symphony finale Dvorak butlers Holiday trumpet Anderson kindergarten March fantasy Goldman horse and Anderson on the mall March Goldman Bassoon and clarinet quartet Keene quest of the missing Keene warning at Sutton Bobbey is at big Bear Hope yellow Feather Dixon Green grass of Ohara take a by Leadley Indian Balch dude ranch Wells Little House in big the Hurricane retarded childrens group to meet the Public is invited to attend special meeting of the North West association for retarded Hildron which will be held March at 8 i the Sheldon Public purpose of this be to make a the major meeting will Ange ments for opening an unrated classroom this fall in the Heldon Public if there a Large possibly classrooms will be for the teachable and one for the the ladies auxiliary of Shel Don will hold a bake Sale in the Marshall Wells store in Sheldon on March beginning at 10 the proceeds of which will go to wone irate sportsmen to protest Dakota fish Law irate sportsmen in Nebraska and Minnesota were urged this week to attend a meeting monday in Sioux City to discuss the new South Dakota Law that will prohibit residents from using bordering Waters for Hunting and the calling itself Tho Good neighbor sportsmen with its Headquarters in Sioux will meet at the of the first Quarter the warriors could Only make their free throws by the end of Tho period Ambrose and Sioux Center never again got within six the iced warriors didst break Loose with anything like a consistent scoring attack until late in the first half when Beernink and Juffer began hitting from but by halftime the tribe had an 11 Point to com plete to tie the Ambrose who were All fired up for this Patricks Day Clou margin the warriors closed the margin to Only a six Point difference late in the but that was As close As they Ever got to the Smith and Drehr fired Ball after Ball through the hoop for the while one of the fastest Ball handlers in the pcs Moines set up the plays that beat the they trailed 5442 at the end of the third team honoured Sioux Center warriors were welcomed Homo by fans monday and began a round of honors that Clay by being guests at a dinner in Orange team members and the coaching Shaft will also Shara the spotlight with the Sheldon arabs next tuesday As guests of the Sheldon chamber of Iowa state colleges coach Vincent i Francesca will be principal speaker at this Tho invitation was made before the team played its first game at Dos Jackson hotel at March ii the Mon organizations protest is voiced in the following Resolution the citizens of the stale of South Dakota through their in a spirit of seen fit spite and to enact legislation which would prohibit citizens of other states from taking game or wildfowl from Waters bordering upon the stale of South and this legislation does not reflect a measure for the conservation of said game or nor does it expand the recreational needs of the citizens of he slate of South and hit legislation taker from and the the coulis Illonal and the indians did their Best shoot ing in the filial making 20 but it want Good the knights hit for 21 in the last eight after killing several attempted comebacks by the North West Iowa overpowered overpowered under the Basket and met consistently by a Strong Mantovan defense on their scor ing the tribe seemed unable to get balls rolled around the hoop and Oft time after plays failed when they were needed the and even a lot of the free throws were sports scribes who had seen Ambrose play before claimed this to be one of the knights Best games of the the following night they found out what it was like to on the losing end when they were caught cold in vital moments against Iowa like the indians he night the Ambrose Joys fell into a Low shooting average and gave to the team that lost in the finals to Beernink was the leading War Lor with and Juffer was next with Vande Berg Nade Kraayenbrink and Van Burkenpas scored on one for Ambrose it was Smith with Hoarn Drehr Schubler and Duffy Many Loyal Sioux Center fans travelled by car and by bus to so the warriors and clearly Sioux Center was a favorite among the More than people assembled in Tho big new pcs Moines time after Timo the crowd disagreed with Tho referees when fouls were called a against the and the shouting was Strong and loud when the indians appeared to be pulling with in threatening hundreds of local followers of the team were Able to see the game on a Sioux City station carried the contest and reception was Legal rights of citizens not of the state of South now be it resolved that an association be formed to Lake any and All Legal Steps to bring about a correction of this Tion and a belter understanding Between South Dakota and other Stales in the matter of Hunt fishing and other recreational needs and requirements of the people of the United

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