Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
19 May 1955

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19 May 1955

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Local news i William Riphagen returned Home on thursday afternoon from Joseph Hospital at Sioux City whore he had been a patient for More than two weeks following major his son of Hull drove to Sioux City to get and Bert ranker left for Friday morning where they arc spend ing a number of Days with their and Harold Korver and they went to attend the dedication Cere Mony held at Holland tuesday evening for the new Seminary building and also to attend the graduation activities of West Ern theological their is a member of this years graduating Herman was re leased from the local Hospital on thursday and is recuperate wanted teacher for Welcome 4 school for 5556 school reply to Arie punt phone 25661 Sioux 12tfc eng nicely from injuries sustained in a car Accident the curly part of last Henry do Mots has re turned Home from Spencer where she had enjoyed a Short visit in the Home her Chil the James Halverson and Marynus Mouw and and Mouw drove to itch cantonal Wood Hospital at on sunday to Call on their nieces Harriet and Marjorie Schuur the Young ladles were injured in a car Accident the Early part of lost but were recovering Bodnar returned Home tuesday afternoon from Des Vio incs where he attended a photographers convention Over the week and Peter and children of were dinner and evening guests of and Eddie Moerman on members of the senior ladies Aid society of the first re formed Church were entertained at the Home of Sandbulte on thursday after Henry Kamerman returned Home saturday from the hos Pital at where he went the Early part of last week for a Check he received very favourable and Marinus Mouw plan to leave for Ames today to spend the Day with their and Nolan the letters Daugh Ter Kristin is celebrating her second birthday pastor of the reformed Church at has received a Call from the reformed Church at and John Bonnema and children drove to on Friday evening to attend a family party at the de Elbers who is a sister of Bonnema celebrated her birthday that of Crit Vreeman also accompanied them to attend the Aid Herman ten harm and and Herman Tenharmsel of arrived tuesday at the Tenharmsel Home to spend a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in this Dick Kreykes and daughter Frank Van Beek drove to hos pers on monday afternoon to at tend the funeral services held for John who passed Iway at the Home of his children n Sioux burial took place at he Newkirk Hyink lad been living in Sioux City for he past 14 and Carlson drove to on sunday to be quests in the Christenson they also visited with other friends in that and Alvin Haugom spent thursday afternoon and evening visiting Haugom Mother who is a patient in the Mckennan Hospital at Sioux attention please All Telephone patrons the 1955 Telephone directory will go to press kindly Check the following and notify the Telephone of fice not later than june june 1st is the deadline Check the spelling of your notify this office if corrections Are if none Are filed your name and initials will appear As they were in the last Check your Street and House number must be included on All town Check your listing and notify this if you Are operating a new business and wish a list ing in bold if you wish additional if you Are not a subscriber at present but expect to be Contact us so that your name will appear in the 1955 Mutual Telephone company Ross Sioux Iowa you have a role to a world of and were confident youll find Many opportunities awaiting Best wishes to All graduates in the were proud of Farmers Mutual Coop Creamery manager Sioux Iowa Al Al a my my a my a my Al violin ensemble which will with he Paul choral club when it prese not its concert Here june is shown the choral club under the direction of Merrill Tannehill will appear at the new Sioux Center High school auditorium in sacred it is known for its use of inspiring musical arrangements and attractive coloured enneme joins husband at Camp baby baptized at peace lutheran Plato and be Van Berkel took her Man Ennema to Camp Friday where she will reside while her husband is stationed there with the accompanying them were and Van Berkel who re visiting Here from the Neth they returned Here the Little son of and Lichard Schoellerman was Bap sized sunday at peace Luther n he was Given the lame Ronald Dean and Spon ors were and Ted and Marvin Mouw and and and red Dierks were sunday Linner guests at the Richard Vander Velde Home in Rock Lloyd Gayer spent sunday afternoon at the Herman Kooi Man Home in Rock and John Miller and daughters were sunday dinner guests at the Bill Mil Rodt Home near Warren Miller spent saturday and sunday with his grand Amanda Miller in and Raymond Miller and son Greg by were dinner guests sunday and he returned Home with and Edwin Miler were sunday afternoon sitors at the Art Miller Home near and Bernard de 3ondt and family were sunday evening supper guests at the Elmer Winterfeld and Prieb spent the evening at the Winterfeld and Harold Schlum Bohm of Rock formerly of Plato Are the parents of a baby girl born May and Ledean Klein my daughters of Inwood were sunday evening visitors at the Ohn Miller and Edwin Liller and Neva and and Jim Mundy were saturday evening dinner guests at the Ohn Miller and John Van Ler Schaaf and Lois attended baccalaureate services at Doon sunday evening in Honor of heir Dorothea and Jake Sinkey f and Walter Post Ana family spent sunday evening at the John Van Der Neift peace Charity workers met wednesday afternoon at the Home of Fred the afternoon was spent work ing for charitable peace lutheran league played softball with the Hull Luth eran league sunday afternoon at Rock and Melvin Tarrell were sunday dinner guests at the George Goslinga Home in Orange and Edwin Heuer entertained the following in their Home sunday and Richard Bohnson and Nancy from Sioux and and Herman Dierks and sons from and Joe Franken and family were sunday after noon visitors at the John de Jong Home at farm Outlook released through the Sioux county Extension director Farmers now Are being paid less for farm goods than they were during the business re cession last the Index of prices received by Farmers is 3 Points under the recession that the report of farm Francis Kutish of Iowa state but the recovery in Genera business has been substantially sharper than was generally an according to the guaranty Trust company of new steel Mills Are operating at Over 92 of last summer they were operating at a Low of Industrial production has rebounded to within a few percentage Points of its Al time says and it looks As if this will be the Best business year nearly every farm commodity traded on the futures markets is lower now than at the Start of the fats and oils have held up better than most farm says the econ have risen since the first of the but in general there is a Broad downward trend in prices of farm states according to the Iowa state col lege this stems from the problem of the excess capacity now existing in we geared production to meet War time needs at Home and now agricultural exports Are Down about 20 from their 1951 and with a peacetime Home Mart we Are producing More food than the Market will absorb at the High Early postwar another Force lowering Grain concludes is the movement of some government May your pathway be paved with step Ping stones to Success and your goal a Bright Light on a Distant Hor we wish you the Best of Luck in your future pursuits and congratulate you on your Many Kwikkel cleaners held Grain stocks onto the and the lowering of Price supports for this years May 31 is deadline for Corn Loans on 54 crop Draayer from the standpoint of Corn and soybean Price support the month of May is an important one this year for Many Farmers of Sioux it was declared this week by John chair Man of the county ask for one Farmers have until May 31 to apply for Loans and Purchase agreements on 1954 Corn eligible for Price he and considerable activity along that line is especially in the form of Purchase agree ments since the Market is show ing Only Corn raised in 1954 in compliance with acreage allotments is eligible for Price support in the current program and this require ment has been a big Factor in the smaller amount placed under sup port As compared to the 1953 crop which was not subject to allot ment an other important Factor has been that considerable cribbed 1954 Corn contained too much moisture to meet loan requirements earlier in the this condition has undoubtedly improved recently and As a result additional amounts of the Corn is expected to be put under support this chairman Dray for stated that May 31 should also be kept firmly in mind by the producers of the record volume of soybeans under Price support in this All outstanding Loans and Purchase agreements on soybeans mature on May 31 and it generally believed there will be a Rush of repayment during the remainder of this month if the Market Price permits even a Small margin Over the loan there have been several periods since the soybean loan period Star Ted last fall when producers could redeem their sealed Beans and sell at a Nice the ask chair Man but apparently Many of them expected a bigger return because the amount redeemed up to april 15 was far below that of a year now that time is run Ning redemption will Proba Bly pick up he settlement work involving other commodities under Price support is already Well under Way in the county ask Loans and Pur Chase agreements on wheat and Grain sorghum matured on March while those on Rye and flaxseed matured on april All deliveries of these commodities will be stored in commercial elevators or shipped to terminal storage none will be stored in the government owned bins located in the diseases and insects threaten Iowa Trees the dry weather of the past two Summers has Cut the vigor of Many Iowa Shade leaving them easy prey for disease and insect one pest that causing damage now is the tree according to the report of Harold Guncler Iowa state College Extension the Borer activity is showing up particularly in it makes its presence known by Small holes bored into the and there is often sawdust show ing in the the tree Borer works in the cambium the growing part of the if it girdles the tree it can kill it As effectively As if it were girdled with an often the area in which it works has a watch soaked resulting from the sap bleeding in the damaged the control Gunderson suggests starts by injecting Carbon Tetra Chloride into the Borer then plug the holes with Putty or mud to keep the fumigating chem ical in the Borer after the borers Are remove the damaged bark Back to sound then paint the exposed area with a tree wound fertilization and watering will Sioux Center Newt May 1955 help the tree they Are also important factors in keeping Trees healthy and vigorous so they can withstand the usual attacks of disease and insect farm vehicle lights make roads safer Iowa Farmers and motorists can look Forward to Safe driving on the the reason is an important step taken by tractor and farm equipment manufacturers to make Road lighting of farm machinery More adequate and Norval Iowa state col lege farm safety reports that the farm equipment manufacturing Industry has adopted stand Ards for safety lighting equip ment on machinery towed behind tractor manufacturers have adopted a Standard to pro vide lighting apparatus to serve safety lights for the tractor and for an electrical socket which will provide a source of current for the safety Light on equipment towed behind the these says will Benefit both the Farmer and the with adequate warning lights on slow moving farm equip ment on the it is expected that there should be fewer nighttime accidents involving farm As you write Finis at the end of your High school we know you will recognize the beginning of new of May your future be As Bright As your records of Best jerrys cafe every detail of the wedding must be let us help you select your wedding invitations and announcements from our Large Choice of Type styles and printing to suit the most discriminate and at reasonable we also have thank you place and printed reception see our selection of printed wedding Gions a enter

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