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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa You never hear about singing telegrams about 20 years ago they were very pop people sent them Back and Forth across the country for Many maybe they were just a but i believe Western Union made Money on i worked As a Bell hop in a hotel in the parly 1930s and i remember the Tima a shy lad who delivered telegrams had to deliver a singing birthday wire to our hotel unfortunately he found the manager in the Well oiled lobby and it was there he had act deliver the the blonde kid blushed Rosey red before he even got the first word and every note was a supreme Effort for i remember How his voice crack How he stopped and had to Start Over and the expression of Relief that swept across his face when he finished the Little he was Happy with Hie Quarter tip but i doubt if he Ever had a More difficult assignment or As Large a audience speaking of Brief commune there is the Story about the College boy who wrote a Short note to hit tether As Fol lows dear dad what i need right lure you will when you read youll know what to Send by return with your the father returned the Fol lowing note to his boy dear son i do not know what it is you need right when your Mother read your she didst know were tre you Are studying Harl 1 Are not getting into e your volume m num Bim 37 Cinter of Sioux Confer official City and county new Sapir 10 big 8 column pages today november 1955 William Sioux Center physician nearly 39 years Dies death comes at Home for doctor who served thousands local Church packed for funeral we Are beginning to hear More and More about Automa Tion these lately certain labor Union leaders have been using it As a scare say automation will throw Mil Lions people out of will it that is not the history of past labor saving most of them have created More jobs than they have taken while the word automation is automation itself is weve been living with it quite a few a perfect example of automation is the dial Tele cold drink vending machines Are of automation is being applied to manufacturing processes for speeding production and eliminating much hand la Bor at certain it is this application that ii raising cries from labor they dont to lose any of their Union shifts of certain types a Sioux Center physician who began his practice Back in the horse and buggy Days and served his Community for nearly 39 years died saturday at his Home in Sioux William Marls had been in ill health several years and confined to his Home about a week before he passed away1 at the age of his death was caused by a kidney ailment resulting in ure Mic he was one of the oldest prac timing physicians in the county an will be remembered by thousands whom he treated Dur ing his Long years of extremely Active he had attended the delivery of More than babies and at tunes worked Day and night without sleep when there was serious need of during both world wan he was one of the few available in the area and hit Calls took him Many Miles both night and frequently he went out severe win Ter and had to dig his Way through drifted Snow to reach a farm somewhere gome one Lav devoted to practice he was a Man devoted to his practice and took f personal in Terest in his Many who could not pay for his As a tribute to his he was presented a scroll by a group of friends a few years ago audit has since Hung in a Frame in his the scroll expresses the gratitude of the Community for his years of Marls was born May at the son of the late and after graduating from North Western Academy at Orange he took his pre medic work at the University of Iowa and received his medical degree from the medical College of Louis University in he served a Short time in the army in world War ii and began practising in Sioux Center Dur ing the flu epidemic of associated with brother Marls was married to Esther Anderson of Hull june and they settled in Sioux he was associated with his the late Gerrit Maris and with Marls of Sanborn for Many years at the Hull and during the last few years he was a staff physician at the Sioux Center Community hos associated with him Dur ing the past 10 years has been he was a member of the William of skilled hands into other kinds Doornink Brunsting american legion Post in Sioux a member of the masonic Blue Lodge at Hull and the Sioux City shrine and pro he was a member of the american College of Phy the Iowa state medical society and the Sioux county medical for 38 years he was the local physician for the great Northern inn addition to his Marls is survived by a Wil Bur of los Calif three grandchildren one Hubert of Sheldon and four Gerrit Draayom of Sioux Libby Draayom and Nettie Vander Wilt of and John Erkes of Orange funeral held tuesday funeral services were held tuesday afternoon in the Cen trial reformed with Klaaren the Church was filled to near capacity by friends and former it was one of the larg est funerals Ever held in the Central pall bearers were George de Peter Martin Edge Veltrup and Neal Jonge special music was provided by the legion singing his Eye is on the Sparrow and he Lead eth de Kraay was the burial was in the Hull cemetery under the direction of Vander Ploens funeral Home of Sioux of work would result in a drop in membership for some of the and so Thep cry put against another wave in the Industrial the death of William Maris closes a chapter in our Community professional Chron he was the last of our country while he Fol Lowed the trend in late years to Brinni the patient to the doctors much of his time in Early years was spent making House and farm he could relate Many experiences he had going out on Calls at of babies delivered by lamp Light in cold of fighting his Way through and of meet ing emergencies with the Barest he was a Welcome visitor in thousands of Homes and there Are few families in this Community that didst at some time or other require his for years he was on the Job night and people who want to get a Little better understanding of the Christian Rural overseas pro Gram May watch a television program from Channel Sioux saturday at a crop film will be and an interview with a local crop official will be held be Mars sunday at 900 attend Junior class play set new school record the popular television i love came to life last Friday evening in the High school As the Junior class presented three act comedy of the same approximately 900 people at tended the performance and shared together the trials and tribulations of Lucas checking her household her Home Freezer and her experiences with teenagers although this Junior class is one of the smallest and gave Only one evening they have the distinction of having 7 youths to leave for army 14 seven Sioux county youths will be called into service Mon it was announced this week by the draft Board of fice in Orange they will report for induction at 6 m on that listed to leave Are Gerrit Dick Koerselman of William Vander Linden and Marvin Westra of Myron Wichers of Clarence Vander Donald Center Stoep of Orange Winterfeld of Sioux and Kerwin Hoffs of plan open House at Public shool plans Are being completed for an open House at the Sioux Center Public school a program similar to last years is being worked out and will be announced next jewelry store hold grand opening a completely remodeler and enlarged gift Ware department will be the feature attraction at a grand opening event this week end at vans Xlyn Addi Tion there will be nearly Worth of door prizes Given away Friday and the store was enlarged during the summer but the open House event was postponed until this week awaiting Large shipments of new ced Van said according to a full Page and in the news special reductions Are being offered on Hund reds of items of merchandise and a big 1956 Buick car being Given away by the jewel House will be on display in front of the store this week Community Hospital news and Raymond de Bey Are the parents of a Daugh Betty born the both were released on the 30thr and Neal Mol Are the parents of a Shar on born the both were released on the 29th Bertha Haverhals was admit Ted As a medical patient on the 27th and released the Fred campagne Dies in Auto Accident near funeral services for Fred can who was killed in an Auto mlle Accident saturday morning in will be held it this morning in the Vander Ploeg funeral Home and burial will be in the Ceme Tery who operated a radio shop Here years had been visiting in Sioux Center and was returning to his Home in with his father when the Accident they left Here thursday Mon ing and the Accident happened 60 Miles from their campagne operating a television service shop in Artesia at the time of his champagnes suffered a broken Collar Bone in the Accident is reported to be survivors include one who lives in area 10 colder temperature Chilly Northwest winds blow ing since sunday dropped the Mercury Down below the Freez ing Mark nightly and indicated that More severe weather Ray not be far except for Inch of rainfall there was no appreciable amount of precipitation during Trie past skies were most Elyfair partly according to record kept by observer John Oliver the temperatures were As follows for the Days 26 27 28 20 30 31 1 80 77 60 60 60 60 52 min 51 50 35 s9 32 32 31 Large group from Here will attend Alliance meeting Board members and Christian school society members of Sioux Center will attend the annual fall meeting of the Westr Ern Alliance and District 6 of the National Union of Chris Tian this meeting will be held at Fri 4 beginning at among those participating in the program will be Boer sea of Sioux who will give the report of the Institute the National Union Chris Tian schools is an organization of the calvinistic Christian school of the and there Are about 180 Christian elementary and High schools affiliated with the there Are about teachers in these schools and Over pupils of the eighth Grade of the local Christian school Are presently soliciting subscriptions for the Christian Home and school an official publication of the ver Hoef to hold open House Friday ver Hoef Chevrolet will Salute the showing of the 1950 Chevrolet line Friday and sat urday with a special open House offering free Coffee and doughnuts Friday and balloons for the children according to a full Page and on an inside Page of this weeks the Chevrolet for 50 will and Charles Stienstra feature High Superior of Hull Are the parents of a performance and luxury Klaaren going to Oklahoma Marlon Klaaren will leave by plane saturday for where he will represent the Board of Domestic missions it the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Indian Mission station which is being Majanen of Hock Valley Are the Peter born the they were released the Gaynor the Grotenhuis Are the parents of a Wayne born the 28th Alvin Van Bemmel of Doon admitted As a medical patient on the 29th and released the same find Sylvester Van Zee of Hull Are the parents of a Vickie born the and Henry Van observed there he will conduct a communion service it the Church there on parents of a Korrie born the and mrs Lester Smoget the largest audience sunday and will also speak at i of Doon Are the parents of a the dedication services being Linda born the held for the new parsonage which has been built Anthony Vanderweerdt for their Klaaren plans to return Home in was admitted As a surgical Pat i Lent on the changes have been including Power Gas Inlet placement and mileage in directional signals Are now Standard equipment and several safety improvements have been into the they will go on display Fri Day morning and May be seen in the showroom of ver Hoef the Public is big group attends crop Kickoff meeting tuesday hundreds of Sioux county Farmers will share a Small part of Corn Harvest this year friends abroad by participating in the 1955 crop Van glom Penburg said tuesday at a crop Kickoff meeting held it the town Hall in Sioux meeting with workers from All parts of the the Chris Tian Rural overseas program chairman of this county stressed the need for american help with him to help org Anise the drive that will get underway was Wilson of District there were nearly 60 persons for the and they heard Leroy Nattress explain the need for giving and the bless Ings that will result from 111 Oclock monday night to sum Vanweelden will serve Church in Sioux Vanweelden has accepted the pastorate of the Christian reformed Church in Sioux City and the family will move this week he hns served the congregation of the protestant reformed Church Here for a number of years until the Church was Dis solved Here a few weeks since then he has passed the examination for acceptance is a minister in the Christian re formed the family will vacate the parsonage just South of the Church Vanweelden sounding of alarm Breaks up gang Sioux Center peace officers sounded the fire alarm at about Nattress is the pastor sponsor in the the Sioux county solicitors saw a film on How american commodities abroad through Volunteer crop in the countries where the need is they were told that the drive will be state wide in scope and that it has received the Hearty endorsement of Leo Van Klompenberg said that on crop people in All parts of the county will a reminded of the Forth coming drive through announce ments in their Church bulletins and from the pulpit he said he i receiving Good cooperation from who More than others recognize that sharing with the less fortunate is putting Christian teaching to practice while the crop drive in Sioux county will be conducted mostly in the Rural Chil Dren in Hawarden held a tricks or treats Camp monday Money collected in the House House Campaign will Bufi used for helping needy people in other serving with Henry Van Klompenberg on the 1956 crop committee is Leroy Nat Tress of Orange City and Byron Hess of Sioux Hoegh has designated the week of 1319 As crop week in Mon help to break up a Large congregation of youths who were threatening damage to property in a crowd estimated at Between 100 and 190 from outside the the town at about hallo Ween night and began giving the night John Vande Berg the Quick response of the broke up the gang and the boys climbed into their cars and some of the aut Ombie licenses indicated that the boys came from South Dakota and As Well As Many from this part of 44 Sioux county students enrolled at state University forty four students from Sioux county Are among those Raftop enrolled at the state University 0rr student concert is planned f or in school auditorium the program for the fall con Cert that will be Given by the music and English departments of the Sioux Center High school tuesday has been the concert will be presented Iii the auditorium at 8 following the program listed below mixed chorus Well go a Long Long Way to of Iowa this registrar Ted me Carrel reported final enrol Lent figures show students registered in the University ten colleges this an increase of 917 Over the fall enrolment last local and area students at tending Sui this fall include Alton Duane Biever and Lyanne Boyden Jon Hawarden John Britz Joseph James Jules Robert James John John William Shoemaker and Dann Hospers John Den Hart of and Betty Lou Hull Edwin Brunsting and Donald Ireton Richard a Lin jul tar and Robert Maurice Wilma Orange City Robert David Leona Audrey Gil Bert Leon David Garry Robert Peter William James David Joan the James gather Ades divid Van cutters and Van in an old dutch Del Rocka Misoul Carroll Rock Valley peer one god Ringwald vocal duet theres a Long Long Allstate chorus Nelly Ely Wagner stable door Gibbs girls glee club listen Young sings the Lute Horner choral Reading group night comes to the Finnigan to Gillilan combined Lolly too Dum Bell boys glee club Wagon wheels de Rose keep in the Middle of the Road Hays old Man River Kern welding session to be held monday because of the prac Tice welding session for the Jety of the first Christian re adult Farmers night school Here formed Church will be held next Sale dates claimed 8 James general farm Moret and Van Eldick 9 Henry near farm Klein and see details in and this 10 Richard Complete dispersal 125 head and in this weeks 14 Karr Iowa Moret and Yonker details in and this 17 Vick bus iness and appliance store in Timmerman and Moret i postponed concert will be sunday the postponed sacred concert hat was to have been Given last sunday night by the girls soc Preston Eloise Rodney Miller and James school May offer adult education adult education evening Clas ses will be organized at the Public school if there is enough principal Robert Weber announced this he said it is possible that Clas ses in Community prob Driver might be organized for and persons interested May Contact him by card and suggest what they would be interested no contest ballot set for tuesdays municipal election with no contests for any office on the ballot this a quiet municipal election is seen for when voters will go to the polls to elect a five a treasurer and one Park local scouts get Arrow offices three Sioux Center boy scouts accompanied by Lawr ence achterhof attended an or Der of the Arrow meeting at fort Dodge and one of Roger was elected Council treasurer later he was also named local chapter president and Keith Klaaren was named the other attending the meeting was Doc Mouw implement new dealer for Mercury cars the appointment of Mouw implement company of Sioux Center As the Mercury dealer for Sioux county was announced this week by the Mercury Divis Ion of Ford motor the local firm has a new Stock of repair parts for All Mercury cars and will have at least one Model on display this week end William Mouw for an open House according to Bill this is the Only Dealership in the county and there is none in Lyon the 1956 line of Mercury cars went on display about four weeks the Public is invited to Stop in and see the new merc Ury at Mouw new Buick display set for Friday a Crand new autom Bilo that will accent the latest trends in styling and feature Many new mechanical and engineering improvements will go on display Here Friday when Rons motor sales show the 1956 according pro Buick has forged ahead of Competition again this year with a car that is Destin ated to hold its place is one of the most popular cars on the Buick builds them he said with and were really proud to display the Public is invited to come in and see the cars on display this week will be held nov instead of As was originally the school will be held in the sunday the vocal groups Are under the direction of miss Henrietta ten the Public is in vocational agriculture voted to River Power recently erected steel framework at the municipal Light and Power plan the through which will flew Volu Energy from the gnat government dam on the Missouri River fort the Power will be wheeled 9 Sioux Center by nip co and will flow through trans formers before going into the Light Plant for distribution in the municipal Sioux Center is of the few communities in North West eligible to Purchase Power from the it is presently estimated that this Power will be available in from tix to eight but no Promise of an exact Date hat been by the news All officers except the Park commissioner will be for two year while the Park com missioner will to elected for a six year All present officers have filed for except in the Case of the Park John who has resigned no one had filed for his position by the time the ballots were this leaves room for a write in candidate who could be elected on just a few up for reelection is Maurice the mayor Gerrit Van Ben and Ross councilman and James the polls at the town Hall will be open from 8 to 8 Julius Dejong to head farm Bureau 500 at meeting a crowd of 500 Sioux county farm Bureau members heard Herbert Pike describe conditions in Russia it the 40th an Nual meeting in Orange City thursday who was a member of the delegation that visited the soviet Union during the past described the Lack of individual Liberty and the constant evidence regimentation on russian farms he he said Young people have Little Chance of Retting ahead unless they specialize and enrol in their Fields of the Farmer said the delegation visited Only those farms chosen for them to see and that there was no Chance for Side excursions at any other entertainment for the evening included the appearance of the farm Bureau women All resolutions presented to the members were at the Julia de Jong was named president Edward Vic president Clar ence Secretary Edward do treasurer and Fred voting the Capel Bells 4h club served the lunch and the Sioux Snappy Sisters As local students to be on radio monday Lemars a group of Sioux Center High school students will appear on a broadcast Over station la at they will present a program of music and choral including the following a girls composed of Dor Othy Marlene and Carol co de will sing Indian the choral Reading group will give two night comes to the City and Finnigan to flan members of the group Are Don Mary Ann Wilma Adella Eleanor de Sharon Van Marlene Jan ice Dorothy Dawn Van Roger Achter Virginia Marge Van Der Carol ver Erma Lila l a m m e r Marj Corolee or Ruy Amy Vander Gardena to Jim Vander Berg Joan Amy Vandor Wilt will con clude the program by Reading the school Gerdna Teslaa will be the Duck at per Pound whew some farm people who have raised an extra Large Goose or Duck May net More for their Birds than they would for a Large Pir next if they brine them to Juffer produce in Sioux buffers Are offering a Pound for the largest Duck and the largest Goose brought in that full details will be found in a Large and on an inside Page of this weeks melodies at Obanon the dutch Melod Jers of Orange City will give a program in the Lebanon Christian reformed Church sunday november 6 at the Public is

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