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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 25, 1943, Sioux Center, IowaPage ten the Sioux Center news food is of great importance of winning the Battle Freedom no army can travel and tight onion empty stomach the boys that Ere in service come first let us take this food rationing with out a Grunt there Are still plenty different foods left to make de Licious War time dishes if food rationing will help to win the War and bring the peace we Are All glad to do our Little bit spend your food Stamps in a Thrifty Way a b and c food Stamps Are Only Good in March no 2 can 16 Points Standard Grade per can no 2 can 14 Points Cream style 2 cans i offer stamp no 26 Vii b Butternut drip or regular 8 Points 2 ibs for that famous soup no Points wakes Good dishes 4 Pound 25c 36e Brown beams with Bacon makes a go oct 4 Points dried in 25c 23c 13c 2 Large boxes Robin Hood 5 be bag 5 in bag Yeiter 5 Kab bag Lewis Lye 3 cans bleach 2 Ai Honsa Large 16 of bottle quart Hottie Buz Large sox 25c 19c 35c 25o Smilax Large Box toilet soap 3 bars toilet tissue Large Roll scrub brushes each Wax paper Rolls 17c Long Hom Graham crackers finest in 2 in buy an extra can 29c 13c Black per pkg o Leaf pc Malott 25 1943 Lorit starch Carton Plain assorted 2 ibs special extra Large jumbo size oranges lettuce 2 Large Heads carrots 2 Bunches apples per dozen per dozen Bologna Pound liver rings Pound r Sweet potatoes 19a per Pound rutabagas 4eu Jev hissed Ham 4 pounds 3 Pound sauerkraut in Glass delicious no Points needed for this item 25c 21c 19c 23c 15c this week last cleanup on blankets before we pack whats left away we advise you to buy one or two for next Winter youll be glad to have them Inge blankets colore5l Bauble blankets coloured overalls sizes Only from Waist 36 to 46 work shirt sizes Setji Complete get set for the Busy Spring seaon get what you Nedd when you can still get it ladies and childrens flannel night gowns and pyjamas will be closed out at a discount Outing flame is hard to get if you can use some of these items we Cay buy them now Sioux fighting men at Home and abroad it Sioux Here is it Ross k Vernon Cor rect address signal c obit b5dg it Monmouth no so far he says everything is of though he Hast bad much Chance to find out a lot about army life As yet mrs win Maris had word this week that her brother Faner Anderson has been promoted to Captain he is stationed at it Reilly Kansas Alvin Den Herder has fallowing change of address Cpl Alvin s Dea Herder he co 1st in 34th a 5th army div Apo 255 Camp Forrest Tenn he has been transferred from California Camp co Oke where he was stationed for the past nine months including the time spent in desert Maneu vers pvt Herman beaters was Given a 15day sick leave upon his dismissal j from the it Snelling Hospital where 1 he had an operation recently he j looks pretty Good in spit of having lost 20 pounds and he says he expects j to gain it Back pretty fast with his j mothers excellent cooking to work i on while he is Home Peter Duits or the us Navy arrived i Home tuesday on a fifteen Day leave front Corpus Christi Texas where he is an electrician he has been in the Navy since september 15th addresses j pfc Art Kalsbeek 99 air base god Nan Field it Knox by pfc alien Roos g46th tech school so Traux Field barks 1959 Madison was Rock it Ann Vander pol visited her Par a army nurse stationed at Camp j corp Henry j Scouter 743rd tank in m Kuco Apo 545 c o postmaster los Angeles Calif pvt John Sjaarda stationed f at fort Leavenworth Kansas Tele phoned his parents or and mrs Henry Mulder on sunday morning and said that he was being transferred to another amp but did not know where he would be sent pvt Richard Gerritson arrived Home sincerely William Sinkey or s 2c co d Sec Aully u Puar school the son of or and mrs Arie Gerritz up son of Rock Valley and is the husband of the former Florence Wanningen from fort Knox by last thursday afternoon having been medically Dis charged from the army after being in the service since dec 16 he is s sgt Leslie h Geels 474th bomb sad Barksdale Field la pvt John Deblau an 17151 for pvt Norman Dearborn who is a member of the army reserves at Cedar Falls has been called for Active 701 fat b 29th to Gap aah j duty and is to report at Des Moines Etc Jefferson Barracks to monday March 29 Norman Only had Virgil Rouwenhorst s 2c us weeks left to graduate from the to bks 506 service school Section i Iowa state teachers College Norman r great lakes 111 pvt Chas von Gelder As n 37473083 sad 410 6q8th tag Gap St Petersburg Fla Randall Van Gelder who is stationed at Camp Perry Ohio spent a furlough arrived Home from Cedar Falls on thursday night to visit Here with his parents or and mrs Ivor Dearborn or and mrs a Verburg received in the Home of his parents or and i Wori last week that their son Mitchell mrs John Van Gelder and other Rel i was promoted to first lieutenant natives and friends in this locality sgt Piry who has been visiting at the it Grotenhuis Home for the past month Reft thursday for Jackson miss pvt Raymond Lester de Jong us Marine corps unit s90 co postmas Ter san Francisco Calif Howard de Jong 2d it Mac 165th station Hospital Apo 962 co Post master san Francisco Calif Jerry r 134549 Craf no 1 depot Halifax Nova Scotia Canada Soldier pvt John Carl Versteeg j17 Ord co depot Apo 4co co postmaster los Angeles Calif Gulfport miss 5 Sioux Center news dear a line to let you know my new address As i sure enjoy Reading the Sioux Center news its really warm Down Here compared to the great a Nam ill be Down Here for four before sent to sea on Active duty As a gunner will Tryand write you a longer letter and Tell you a Little bit about my time William pvt James Mulder who left last thursday morning for army service called his parents or and mrs Ern est Mulder on sunday morning saying that he was at fort Leavenworth Kan they had received their uniforms arid were waiting to be transferred to an other Camp Stanley campagne writes that they arrived at it Leavenworth thursday j evening at they took some sex i am nations yet that night and didst i get to bed until they had to get up again at the next mini j then Stanley and Cornelius Vanoosbree and a few boys from Alton were interviewed for truck driving after which he was vaccinated and had Avery sore pm then he took a nine mile hike and when he came Back he worked in the postal Exchange carry ing beverage trays Etc from 4 to 8 Oclock then he was All in and went to bed at nine and got up again at he received Bis uniform and shipping number and he expected to be sent out monday March 22 he writes to say hello to All at Home and would appreciate letters Kis address will be published As soon As it gets Here Rock pvt Harvey h Prieksat Sydn Huq Laurel array air base Laurel miss Orange City Gerald Dejung s 2c 1565 pm school sunts Newport i pfc Harold Boonstra 37470150 bks 125 371 ass Scott Field i pvt Elmer Kooistra 265th he Btry a in Camp Shelby miss pvt John Kalsbeek 17151620 so d 25tli Tang corp Jefferson Barracks to Ahen Kosters has been promoted from pvt to pfc and his bras no is now 407 Jim achterhof stationed at Davis Ville Rohde Island a ten Day leave from the Navy at his parents West of again Friday of he left transferred to Virginia pvt Neal de Ruyter pvt Neal de Ruyter formerly from Rock Valley has been in the army since november 6th 1942 he received his Basic training at Camp Callan Calif and then went on Maneu vers for a month he likes the army even though it was cold and lots of Snow fell there he would like to hear from his friends he has just been transferred to Portsmouth Virginia with this c 444th Ca in am co postmaster Portsmouth Virginia Mitchell is stationed at Camp Carson Colorado Springs Colo Dean Oggel son of or and mrs h j Oggel has been transferred to Camp Wheeler Georgia his address Dean Oggel med det station Hospital Camp Wheeler Georgia Douglas Ostlund who recently enlisted in the us Navy and is Stanton de at the great lakes naval station spent a few Days Here with his father and brother he left tuesday party a Farewell party was held at the Home of or and mrs Ray Smit on tuesday evening in Honor of Logan Vande Brink and Alvin Den Hartog who left thursday for the army ser vice guests present were or and nor a cup of Coffee for Over three weeks he says he is in the Best of health and getting along of but that they not to hear from him too regularly his fast letter dated 23rd feb 28th reached Here March Lester Vanmuyden wrote from Australia that he was now out of the hos Pital where he had spent three weeks with an injured ankle he received some pictures from Home which he enjoyed a lot even though they made him homesick or and mrs Cato Heusinkveld and daughter Ruth Loraine were guests at the John Hollander Home last thurs Day evening or and mrs Jake g Vormeer drove to Rock Valley last Friday eve to visit at the Herman Van Eluk Home mrs Gerrit accompanied them and at the Gerrit Vermeer or Home mrs Vaneldik accompanied them Back to Sioux Center arid spent the weekend with her Mother Byron Vanroekel school teacher Here is former High now teaching chemistry in the Rochester High school he began his duties there of March 8 his family is still located at Algona where he been teaching the past year after april first their address will be 1233 3rd Street North East Rochester Minn it open forum correction or Brunsting the following item appeared in the feb 38 Issue of the Sioux Center news the one had the article published had been asked by the be society of the first Holland reformed Church of Passaic new Jersey to make the correction the article appeared above the Rock Valley news of that Issue it read As follows last week this note came in when the consistory of the Holland reformed Church informed who was asked to mrs Alvin Denhartog Logan Vardic speak at the be it was too late to Brink Gaylord Ornith Henry t r1 Velzen John Reri sink or cards were the diversion of the evening and later in he evening a luncheon was served a Farewell party was Given in Honor of Henry Heusinkveld tuesday even ing by the relatives in the hotel base ment at Hull he left thursday for the us army he was presented with a Beautiful Billfold containing a purse for remembrance guests a follows or and mrs John Heusinkveld and Betty Ann Dick Heusinkveld or and mrs Peter Van Batavia and fam ily or and mrs Lewis Van Batavia and Betty Jane or and mrs fran Cis de Graaf and family or and mrs Van Batavia and family or Jake Van Batavia and fam miss Johanna Van Batavia or and mrs la Van Batavia and Roger All of he Lirar and mrs Jake Westra Laverne Goodyear or and mrs Henry Heusinkveld All of boy Den purple heart medal the purple heart has been awarded to Robert c Cooper who died in the new Guinea Battle Zonea cording to word by his to Brink Henry Van cancel it he did not preach if the Church had had a minister he could not have come in As easily As he did now la Brunsting Christian Endeavor society first Holland reformed Church passage new Jersey March 8 1943 the Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa Edward e Roelofs editor dear or we have received the edition of your news of february 18 1943 in it we have noticed Art article inserted by a la Brunsting referring to Rev John c Kastelein in that he did not speak for our be society on evening of february 7 1943 As a society we wish to inform you being editor of this paper that this statement Sis untrue Rev John c Kastelein former member of this Church Vic president of our society and Leader of the Young mens Fellowship group before entering into the ministry is dear to the heart of us All our consistory was informed of his coming three weeks before time and since the first sunday in february has Day years there want even the thought of the cancellation of Rev Kastel eiris engagement he did preach that Evert ing and close to 400 were in attendance in the Church auditorium if you kindly edit these facts in your news correcting la Bruhs Tings statement we will be More than grateful to you thanking you we remain in the work of the Church Gladys a Den Bleyker pres Thomas a hellegers vice pres Eleanor flaming secy Fred Hazekamp treasurer Alberta Donkersloot bridal Shower mrs Neal Van Muy Denand mrs Herman p de Vries were joint Host j esses at a miscellaneous Shower Fri cd Cooper from the ther mrs pvt we Butler from Texas is spending his furlough with his wife Here they Are visiting in the a Smith Home sgt Delbert Schipper left monday for it Knox by where he is stationed after a 10day furlough with his wife and new born son and other relatives Sioux Center Dick Vander Hoef writes that he is still enjoying the Balmy climate of the hawaiian islands where he has been stationed for the past nine months he says he is in Good health and glad Tobe at his present anyone wishing his address May Call his parents or the news or and mrs Ben Bierma received a Brief letter from their son Carl Day afternoon at the formers Home in who has been in was Honor of mrs Marvin Vanmuyden a recent Bride relatives and friends were guests she received Many Beautiful and useful gifts 8 Sioux county boys at it Sill Here Are eight Sioux county boys i located at it Sill okla Reading i from left to right they Are John de j groot Andrew Vermeer Jake Kon Ning Henry Degroot Gerrit Van i Osterloo Neal Dykhuizen John Van l Der Berg and Casper Vander Ploeg 1 All of them were in one Barracks i building Arend voor Derrian is also there but not on the picture the boys seemed to think Elmer Lutjens was still there but he has been in Indiantown Gap Penn for several months now it Marvin Grotenhuis is again at it Siu for some special training having gone Back there just recently from Denton Texas the second letter they received since he arrived there an nine weeks ago since thelast letter arrived this let Ter written february 25th stated that Clayton Jansina had broken his Arm in a Peep Accident also that he had seen the gang including Gary and Teddy Vander Berg and Bert Kroon and that they were of Lavonne de free received a package from Harold Mulder this Yeek it was mailed from North africa1 january 28th and contained several articles presumably handmade by the arabs Gladys Abma also received a gift from there sent by Gar Verrips Henry Bakerson of or and mrs Jake Baker arrived Home saturday j night from great lakes where he has i just completed his Boot training he will leave again this coming saturday mrs Dale Ferwerda who has been in Salina Kansas arrived in Sioux City j Friday where her parents or and mrs j Vanroekel met her she will visit few weeks and then will go to Denver Colo where her husband pvt Dale Ferwerda is now stationed corp theolander Brink of Rock Valley who is now stationed at Chan Ute Field i spent the weekend at the Home of miss Ruth Oliver Here is the address of pvt Hans burgers son of mrs Judith burgers sad 410 608th to 61st t Wing St Petersburg Florida excerpts from Soldier Here Are a few items of interest1 taken from letters received this week from Harold Mulder who obviously is in the thick of it somewhere in North he says they Are now experiencing the real thing for which they were trained so Long and that they do Hope it will soon be Over he says the country there is Mountain Ous but their vehicles will go thru the toughest kind of roads an Occas ional egg which they Are Able to get from the arabs is a real treat for them and they have not had a slice of bread farm cleanup on Stock housing and pens urged Iowa annual farm cleanup week starting april 1 this year will concen trate on cleanup measures to help in crease meat production according to officials of tit american foundation for animal health and cooperating groups livestock parasites caused a 000000 loss on our farms last year this Means Means a tremendous Drain on wartime food supplies a Good share of losses arc caused by parasites and disease Genns picked up in dirty unsanitary farm lots and buildings that is Why every Farmer this Spring is urged to set aside the week of april 1 to 7 to do the following specific things clean put Al buildings where live Stock is housed disinfect All livestock quarters Drain old wet barnyard and Fence off mud holes where germs and parasites thrive Burn old Straw stacks haul out manure Board up holes in foundations perms gently to keep hogs and chickens from beneath buildings move Young livestock onto fresh Pas Ture away from old lots livestock and meat Board appointed the Sioux county us a War Board appointed the following to act As members of the Sioux county livestock and meat distribution com Jack a Armstrong chairman Mem Ber of us a War Board Woudstra Orange City repro the meat retailers John p Hansen Alton representing the livestock producers mrs George Dunlop Orange City re presenting the City housewives and Consumers the duties of this Board will to receive and review applications to buy and sell livestock to Grant permits to those who qualify to receive applications to Slaughter livestock and Issue permits to those who show proper records and sanitary conditions to explain to dealers Slaughter ers and Consumers the reason and needs for of records and permits All Farmers growers feeders Deal ers and Slaughter ers Are required to seep records of All purchases and sales these records Are to show where the livestock is moving and to help Stop Black marketing Only Farmers and dealer who Pur Chase livestock and sell it within daycare Remi ired to have permits All Slaughter ers of livestock including cattle calves hogs sheep and Laings who sell or Transfer this meat inst have permits Farmers slaughtering for their own Home used not need a permit however if All or any part of a Carcus is sold or transferred to any other party or person it will be necessary to have a permit and to col Lect meat coupons for the amount or the meat application Blanks Are available from Jack a Armstrong Orange City Towas permits Are necessary to oper at after Midnight March 31 1343 l p ten ton collection incomplete reports to Marcill show that Iowa women have turned1 Indore than 20000 pounds of old silk acid Nylon Hose this Means they have furnished enough material parachutes for the army effective All orders for Bror aers track at cafe c e s poultry egg prices March 24 0 u no i eggs 35c no 2 eggs 32c heavy hens 4 ibs and Over 20c it and leghorn hens i7c All heavy Springs 2oc leghorn springs18c heavy Cox 8c Light Cox 6c our profits Are your dividends

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