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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Partly to relieve my readers o the Monotony of having to read Only what i write week after week and partly to relieve myself of the Job of having to fill this column week after Ive skimmed a few paragraphs from other columnists this time and reprinting them these various quotes seem to say what i might like to anyway and probably say it in a better so heres what other newspaper writers have said on subjects of their Choice editors come in various Assort ments and but most of them Are dried up and have sour some Are indicating grass Doest grow on a Busy Street because it cant get through the most editors have Sharp ears to hear the news and they generally Wear glasses to keep readers from hitting some editors keep a watchdog at the office but it is not to guard the because Edi tors never have any practically All editors Are re publicans which May account for the fact that editors have been poor All these editors love their wives because they know they can get them to take Over when the fishing season comes editors like but All people like every time i see a body of i look around for because people Are always telling editors to go jump in a weekly newspaper editors have a habit of complaining about How old and tired they feel after the paper comes but this old column Doest take them too serious they Are just looking for sym actually the satisfaction of get Ting a newspaper to press in some thing approaching a Workmanlike condition far Over balance the aches and pains and fallen Arches of publication thursday night for the editor is the time of com plete its too late to Wor Rybout the imperfections of this weeks edition and too Early to fret about next Philip Lewis in Franklin pity the poor if he writes stuff like this every Day someone says that Guy sure thinks Hes if he leaves it out for a Days someone yelps you Lazy or some Jones in Lyons during my pre newspaper Days i was scared of prominent now if they dont tend to their newspaper responsibilities i Tele phone making my voice sound real firm and shout into their hurry up we have to Estlund in Isanti Ells Coe reported in his White water Register that he was House breaking his Puppy on a news Pap the Elkhorn it probably wont work because if the dog has average intelligence he will become interested in a Good newspaper and will forget the business at hand Claude Eames in Elkhorn ind Epen of we aim to make our front Page but we wish Tda sure our friends that if we didst believe we can Supply you with Good news and advertising contents on Back we print so Many of Jarnagin in storm Lake Iowa Pilot few career girls admit to Home but As one As she read her Hometown it certainly seems strange to read this paper and not know every thing that happened before it came out in the we have discovered a to make a Man pause and review his we simply May we quote you on Shannon in Washington Iowa volume 64 number 14 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper May town baseball team to face Paullina memorial Day at local Ball Park a memorial Day baseball game will pit the Sioux Center Ball club against Paullina monday evening beginning at 8 the game will be played under the lights at the Ball Diamond and season tickets will be honoured at the it was announced reinforced with some of the top Talent from the High school team this the club is expected to measure up Well again this year under the tutorship of old baseball hand Lane who will again serve As Bruinsma will be Able to Lay his hands on a whole string of capable pitchers if he needs their plans for White ribbon party set final plans for the annual White ribbon baby party which will be held at the Tepaske Home again this year were be ing completed this the party is set for on june buy a poppy with such hurlers As Les Tegro Wayne Dave Van de Berg and Ron Juffer n the catchers spot will be Gary Lehudis who will be backed up by John Vander another old hand behind Home hitting Power there is also plenty of hitting Power on the string this year and enough men to form two Strong other who have Een working out or will join the club soon Are Dan de Bud John Van Funky Roger de Arrell Duane Vande Gary Pete Cen de Jerry Bob Fenner and Wayne the Northwest Iowa league schedule will get underway officially june with 10 teams in the Sioux Center will play George Here that other towns in the league this year Are Rock Al Orange san Remsen and league Champion last Mars and have dropped out of the legion auxiliary will sell poppies May has been officially proclaimed memorial poppy Day by mayor Maurice the Volunteer workers of the american legion auxiliary will be on the streets on that Day to distribute the pop and everyone in the Community is urged to Contri Bute generously to this lest forget this in addition to the single poppy corsages and poppy Stamps will be available to those who want according to John poppy chair Irv Mouw honoured by insurance Irvin Mouw of Sioux Center has qualified As a member of the Star club of the new York life insurance Dudley executive vice president of the announced Dowell said that Mouw also qualified to attend an educational conference in May the Star club is composed of the top agents of new York life which has a Field Force of Over full time agents in 173 Branch offices throughout the uni Ted Canada and Mouw is attached to the Sioux City Branch first summer band concert scheduled for june 8 the first concert of the 1955 summer season will be presented june beginning at 8 in the Sioux Center the municipal which will be under the direction of Joe Wandscheer this will hold its first rehearsal tuesday evening at in the old High school All persons who have played in previous seasons and younger peo ple who have had instrumental training Are urged to attend this first practice session and play with the also scheduled is a practice ses Sion for the Junior band at 1 june this rehearsal will also be held in the High school a beginners band for All who Are interested in getting instrumental whether they have instruments or is scheduled to meet at the High school at 1 june cancer fund hits 40 of quota Here with the Sioux Center cancer crusade still Short several Hund red dollars of its drive chair Man Orville Kuiken issued a re minder to All who have not yet contributed to get their donations Cash or checks May be left at the Kuiken and donors Are asked to use the cancer envelopes sent to them for this Pur the local chairman reported monday that Only 40 per cent of Sioux centers quota has been reached thus far and he is anxious that All residents help As they arc gifts May be mailed or brought to the either Way they will reach the proper Kui Ken expressed his gratitude to All who made their donations prompt seven listed for sky watch duty Here seven More men will Man the Sioux Center ground observation Post sunday for another training the Post will be opened at 9 and closed at 4 listed Lor duty sunday Are the following 09001000 Delbert Vanmaanen 10001100 Irvin Mouw 11001200 Bill Schutt 12001300 Eugene Schutt 13001400 Gary Verrips 14001500 Gary Vande Berg 15001600 Kroon stiff fines reflect hardening attitude toward Drivers Council issues warning Justice Martin Kulkin slapped a Fine of and costs against a Rock Valley youth monday on a charge of disturbing the peace at a Public the Nelson de was picked up in the act of causing the disturbance Here sunday night by officer Jake Duistermars said the boy had a straight pipe Muffler on his car and that he purposely raised a disturbance in front of the first re formed Church while the Bacca laureate service was being the youth appeared before jus Tice Kuiken the following Day and pleaded guilty to the according to a notice appearing on another Page of the news this policemen Here will enforce a stiffened attitude toward Sun Day night Pnra Ders who drive noisy automobiles and disregard traffic Laws in prompt arrests and heavier fines Are prom ised by the town other traffic cases brought be fore Justice Kuiken during the past week include the following Carl de Vos of Sioux Center Boyden robber enters guilty plea to 2 Federal counts Paul storm Lake used car pleaded guilty saturday to to Federal counts in connection with the Bank robbery at Boyden april Federal judge Henry Graven set 9 june 11 for Dean is held in Woodbury county jail in Sioux City without Dean was arrested near 30 after his pet dog had revealed his he pleaded guilty to two information signed by District attorney Van the first information charged him with entering a Federal de posit insurance Bank with in tent to commit larceny and the second charged him with theft from an Odic maximum penalties maximum penalty on the first charge is or 20 years in or on the second charge the maximum penalty is or 10 or Dean told peace officers after his arrest he held up the Farmers savings Bank at Boyden with a 19cent Cap pistol because he was Over his head in in his car at the time he entered the Bank was his faithful compan a part Cocker Teddy was mentioned in a police broadcast about the Bank searchers noticed the dog and Dean together at a Roadside cafe and the arrest Dean was Able to keep the dog with him until he was returned to Sioux City earlier last Dean met her husband at Sioux City and took custody of the Over 350 persons see Harskamp Home More than 350 persons inspected the de Harskamp Home Here tues Day afternoon and evening when a special open House was held for the according to registrations in the guest 350 adults and a num Ber of children viewed the Home inside and As Many As 40 per sons were in the House at times and a Brief waiting line paid a Fine of and costs on a charge of carrying four persons in the cab of a one More than is allowed by he was issued a summons by Jake Duistermars May 19 and appeared May a Fine of and with was assessed a against Gerald Ter Haar of Sioux Center on a of reckless driving stemming from an Acci Dent near Rock Valley when Ter Haar was critically in patrolman Vinson wrote the also fined with of which was was Herman John Addink of Sioux and Dink faced a reckless driving charge on a summons written by patrolman the Inci Dent occurred on Highway 75 four Miles South of Sioux Center May Addink appeared in court May 24 and paid his Fine and Roger achterhof is named counsellor for boy scout Camp Roger achterhof of Sioux Cen Ter will be one of 20 Camp coun Sellors who will work with the boy scouts during the summer camping period at the Prairie Gold scout reservation on West it was announced last in addition to the there will be an adult staff of six men who will be directors of the major phases of the program and two women who will be the boy scout Camp begins july 3 and continues until there Are boys now enrolled in the seven weeks of camping that Are offered in the 1955 Hospital auxiliary donates fracture table to Hospital the woman Hospital auxiliary held a Silver Tea on National Hospital Day with 35 women the Arie presided at the business the group decided to donate a fracture table to the local this table has been in use at the Hospital for a Short time and has already proven to be very useful and an important a new ways and was the county was present and she showed a very interesting youre the a Nice lunch was served by the fishing contest is planned for june 8 children in the Sioux Center Community were advised today to make plans for a fishing con test that will be held in the Vicinity june sponsored by the conserva Tion league with the cooperation of local this will be the first such event in two Lack of bullheads forced the cancellation of last years fish Day germans Are not permitted to accept a Nobel Community will Honor War dead at memorial ceremony stores to close nearly All business places in Sioux Center will be closed All Day May for Observance of memorial except for some of the ser vice stations and other places catering to through All business places will observe the National the Post office windows will be closed and there will to no Rural mail storekeepers Here Are remind ing the Public to Stock up for the Long week Fenita Harmelink will go to Japan As Mission teacher miss Fenita senior at Central College from Carmel has been accepted by the Board of for eign missions of the reformed Church for a three year appoint ment to missionary service in a she will teach English and music at either Ferris Seminary in Yokohama or in Baiko to Gak Uin at miss daughter of and Herman is an English during the past year she has been editor of uie Central Ray and president of Sigma Tau honorary English she has been elected to Alpha Zeta centrals senior Honor she will receive her Bachelor of arts degree at Central this Spring and will attend general Synod in july before going to miss Harmelink is a former Sioux Cen Ter Public school teacher and a graduate of Northwestern Junior College at Orange Rock Valley Man suffers injuries in pickup Accident John of Rock Val Ley suffered bruises and a Back injury Friday evening when the pickup truck he was driving was damaged in an Accident Miles cast of Rock Valley on High Way the vehicle belonged to Jacob Piaster of according to Esti mates made by sheriff Harry Dyk Stra and patrolman George who investigated the about in damages to the pick up Graves was taken to the Community Hospital in Sioux Center for treatment Gary Kempers gets journalism award Gary son of and Gerrit Kempers of Sioux Cen Ter was one of 87 Iowa state col lege students receiving a Gold i award for service on various Cam pus the awards were made at the annual journal ism honors Day luncheon Satur for serving three years on the Iowa Kempers was Given a Star on his Gold indians toppled in first state game saturday defeat to earn trip to Cedar rapids players tired the Sioux Center High school baseball team saturday in the first round of the state Spring baseball after travelling All the Way to Cedar rapids to play the they met a Strong Little club from North Central the Corwith players collected five runs on six hits off Ron who walked two and hit three Vande Berg again played behind Home trailing 4 to 0 in the sixth the indians were unsuccessful in an attempt to Cash in with two men on and one a Fly Ball then found a Corwith fielder waiting and Gary Boeyink grounded out to retire his with several Indian players in the senior play cast Friday coach Howard Lubach was unable to get his team to Cedar rapids with enough rest and he said his boys we rent quite in form for the kind of Competition they found Box score Corwith 002 110 Sioux Center 000 000 the indians reached the state playoffs by defeating Kingsley wednesday with Tegrotenhuis and Vande Berg forming the Bat Tery for the Kingsley got off to a Quick Start in the opening inning when the first Man up drove out a Long one and made it to third he then Home on an Kingsley scored again in the third Frame on a double and a putting the visitors the tying plays came in the fourth when Berkenpas got on first on an he stole second and was driven in on Duane Vande bergs Vande Berg then stole second and Gary Boeyink drove him Home on a with one out in the the indians again found pay dirt when the Kingsley Catcher de a swung Ball and Carl Berkenpas made it to Beer Nink then doubled and Juffer brought both runners Home on a Juffer scored the third run of the inning when Eldon Berkenpas grounded to the first baseman who muffed the Kingsley threatened to tie up the game or even get ahead in the but a neat double continued on Back Page building terraces to save soil Ltd Irwin Vermeer of Sioux Center is shown using whirlwind terracing machine in his farm a Milt South and a East of Vermeer built his first Terrace last fall and recently completed four giving him a total of a mile of Terrace which will store Over a half million Gallons of according to Joe Extension area soil Clerey says terraces will usually boost Corn yields about 13 bushels Oer acre compared with straight Row Vermeer rented this terracing machine from the soil District office in Orange City at a nominal Many other Sioux county this year Art employing soil and water saving practices for the first the need for conservation is becoming increasingly veterans groups will form line of March to cemetery Henry Prieb will deliver address the customary Community Observance of memorial Day will to held hero monday morning beginning at 9 when veterans and other marching groups will assemble at the Central reformed Church Corner and at the Public school for the traditional March to the Ibeme the High school marching band will meet at the school and the veterans will assemble at the Church veterans of three wars will form the marching unit and others marching in body will be the boy scouts and members of the the High school memorial Church service planned sunday evening the dead of americas great wars will be honoured at a special Community memorial service Sun Day evening at the Central reformed Church beginning at the service will be in charge of Dykstra of Rock All veterans of the Community have been asked to be present and sit in a they will meet at the Church shortly before the ser they will not Wear All churches in the Community have been asked to announce this service to their 1st softball game will be played Here tomorrow softball will get underway tomorrow night at the local Diamond with the indians Lac ing Hull in the opener at and Carmel testing last years league Champion red Caps at 9 Rock the fifth team in the league will wait until tuesday night to there will to two games every tuesday and Friday night through the summer As last there will be no admittance charge but the hat will be passed for the support of the Public is needed to keep softball in Sioux Center and will be greatly a so everyone is urged to be out to see the games below is the schedule for the month of included in the schedule this year is the umpiring the starred team listed will furnish three umpires Lor the game with which it is All games will be played at and 9 Hull red Caps Rock Valley red Caps Rock Hull Valley May 27 indians Carmel May 31 Carmel indians june 3 red Caps Carmel june 7 indians Hull Rock june 10 Hull red Caps indians Rock Valley june 14 Carmel indians june 17 indians Carmel Juno 21 Carmel red Caps june 24 Hull Rock Valley indians Carmel june 28 indians Rock Valley Hull red Caps Carmel Valley red Caps Hull red Caps Rock Valley Hull Rock Valley Hull cancer memorials set up for six Sioux people up until memorial Day living memorials have been set up by friends or relatives for six do ceased Sioux county according to new Iowa free cancer by using grief to prevent the mag continued on Back Page band will provide music during the March and at the it will be under the direction of Joe the special speaker at the Brief cemetery ceremony will be Henry new pastor of the peace lutheran veterans unable to make the full March to the cemetery will be furnished or they and auxiliary members May join the groups at the first reformed Church near the All veterans Are asked to Wear their uniforms if they have but those not having them May dress in civilian the memorial Day program is sponsored jointly this year by the Amer ican legion and the veterans of foreign the program will be As follows Flag raising color guard veterans chaplain address Price music band decoration of auxiliary Salute to dead firing squad return March All units dry spell continues unbroken 3rd week Sioux county spell of warm dry weather continued into its third week this week and Farmers in Many areas have noticed some damage to Small Grain except for Trace showers in localized areas Early this there has been no rain since Early in the while hot winds and temperatures ranging As High As 90 degrees have caused extremely dry growing conditions on High ground in the Western part of the overcast skies monday and wednesday brought cooler weather but no moisture by Early after noon award 11 players baseball letters eleven Sioux Center High school baseball players have been awarded letters for their playing this and Juffer and Darrell Beernink were elected by the team As both captains received letters for baseball and the following team mates have been awarded them John Van Gary Marv the Dunne Vande Alden Berkun Truman Robert Boey Carl and Paul Vande Stanley Bruinsma was awarded a student managers let Boyden rider injured when horse tumbles Ray Smit of Boyden was recovering this week from wounds suffered Friday at about 7 while Riding a the horse slipped and throwing Smit off and Landing on the rider suffered cuts and bruises and a broken Arm at the As Well As a sprained Smit was taken to the Sheldon Hospital for treatment and was transferred to the Josephs Hospital in Sioux City sunday where the Bone in his Arm was set monday graduate of local High Herman Harmelink awarded British scholarship Herman son of and Herman Harmelink of Carmel and a 1950 graduate of the Sioux Center High is one of 15 students in the world who have been granted a scholarship for summer session study by British who was expected Home for a Short visit this will go to England where he will study at the University of the summer session will last six the Young scholar completed two years of work at Northwestern Junior received Bis degree at and will be a warded his masters degree in eng Lish from Columbia University where he matriculated As a Lydia Roberts fellow during the past Herman will leave the states june 29 and will return about he has enrolled in the Seminary where he will study for the ministry during the coming

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