Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
6 Nov 1930

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6 Nov 1930

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 06, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage two s1cox Center news Sioux Center Iowa Sioux Center Market Corn no 4 57 no 2 26 Barley no2 43 3 41 hos ss40 eggs 24 local news mrs ten Kley who makes her Home with her daughter mrs Albert Boe Yinfu has been very ill last veet she injured her hip Bone in a fall while attempting to turn on the lights latest reports arc that she is improving notice starting next week the stores of Sioux Center will be dosed on wednesday night or and mrs Dick int velt and Mother int velt and son George Wester of Westerfield n Dakar Rived Here wednesday to see their Mother and grandmother mrs ten Kley who is ill mrs Del Mitchell and Iva Tay Lor of Ireton were Sioux Center Cal lers tuesday bom to Rev and mrs Henry fran ten of Eddyville Iowa oct 28 a son the misses Gertrude de groot and Sadie Kirk and Jayce Kum of the firm Sieperda and co drove to Sioux City thursday or and mrs Ross and daughter Ruth visited relatives at Matlock sunday or Henry ten Kley of Hull North Dakota arrived at the Albert Boe Yinfu Home saturday notice starting next week the stores of Sioux Center will be closed on wednesday night notice starting next week the stores of Sioux Center will be closed on wed Neslav thursday november 6 1930 or and Lars Reint Poppen and j James Roelofs stopped with relatives m Sioux Center Enro Ute from the Homecoming at Pella to Edgerton mrs d ten Kley mrs Albert Boeyink Mother who has been critically ill for the past few weeks has not improved any nor lost ground either mrs Ber Campus from Holland Michigan is still with her Mother As Are also Henry ten Kley from Dakota and mrs int veld mrs ten Kley is 85 years air h b Huisin veld is still visiting at Edgerton next wednesday evening nov 12 the Welcome no 7 school will Lold its did cation program the Voung people of the Community Are jiving a one act play miss Sylvia Boeyink is the teacher a Basket social will be held after the pro Gram proceeds to be used for the school mrs e h Den Herder from Hills Minn is visiting her Daugh Ter mrs Jake Mieras this week mrs we Maris returned Sun Day from Sioux Falls where she visited relatives or Gerrit Vande Berg of Rock Valley visited his brother John Van de Berg sunday mrs Ben poll and Fred Den Baste were delegates of Balf coma co to the retailers convention at be Mars Friday evening Jennie Rozeboom and mrs Gerrit Vande Bergoo Orange City spent a few Days at Marion Junction so Dak where they received treatments from or Theisson the misses Vivien Siemen and Adelaide Boeyink who attend col lege at Cedar Falls spent the week end at the parental Homes also marry Vander Stoep of Vermillion so Dak mrs Glen Neifort and daughter of Ogden la arrived at the Home of mrs j Rozeboom last week or and mrs Peter Winkel of Sioux City drove to Sioux Center thursday to see their Mother mrs ten Kley armistice Day november 11 will be fittingly commemorated at the High school auditorium the High school pupils will put on a program of music and recitations the Public is invited to attend the program starts at 10 Oclock Sharp All the business places in town will be dosed on november 11 or Titus Pronk from Leota Minn is a guest at the Home of his Uncle William Pronk 0 Center and Eagle news the misses Esther Borgman and Margaret def Shom and Melvin Bor Man drove to Ames where they at tended Home coming at the College 25 below Zero and it flows and lubricates paraffin not break Down under heat lubricates m warm weather Winter Oil 16v4c quart gallon lots Gamble stores Sheldon Iowa George Kals Becic is much improved after a Short illness the two Small sons of Pete Moel Ler have been quite ill the past week or Walter de Vries accompanied by or and mrs Lester Watt coins motored to Hudson so Dak sat urday to visit with relatives and friends or and mrs Ben Kooi Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a baby girl bom october 31st Frank Bowden and Truman wat Kins spent tuesday in Sioux City Nick Warraen is Able to be about again after a siege of asthma the farm Bureau auxiliary met at the Home of mrs w j Kosters tuesday november 4th or c e Watkins and son Reu Man spent sunday at the William Watkins Home in Hawarden mrs Chas Webert is improving very slowly after a Long illness or and mrs Dick of Hawarden were callers in this Vicinity sunday a Large crowd attended the Hal Loween program and Basket social Given in Center twp Dis no 3 school the Basket social totalled the sum of Twenty dollars the proceeds going for the piano they recently purchased 0 Plato and Garfield twp news notes Between 1 and 2 Oclock tues a afternoon a Chevrolet Coupe with out License stopped at the Standard Oil station for Gas they refused to Stop their motor saying their Battery was too weak to Start the car again after the tank was filled with s Gallons of Gas they inquired As to the charges and then ordered a quart of Oil while or Mieras was getting the Oil they sped away without paying h j Dragt and family were visited by mrs Bronisel and daughter Harriet from Mitchel s Dak mrs and mrs p Schutt and or and mrs Lambert Vander Berg visited with or and mrs e ver Meer at the Hospital at Sheldon or and mrs e Vermeer Are at the Hospital at Sheldon where or Vermeer is Beise treated or and mrs Henry Winterfeld motored to Sherman s d for a Short visit with their sons Marvin and Rudolph or Charley Moeller of Alvord was a Ireton business caller thurs Day Laurence Grau of Rock Valley has been helping Julius Winterfeld the past week or and mrs Peter Wielinga Are the proud parents of a new baby or and mrs Henry Mulder visited or Mulders Mother at Al ton sunday Maurice news Charles Mcdonald from Haar Den was a Maurice business caller wednesday mrs Ben bronc and daughter Lorraine mrs Charles Jasper and daughter Jennie motored to Orange City wednesday afternoon Dean Oggel and Emmett hitchhiked to Sheldon Friday afternoon to see the football game or and mrs Oggel were Sioux Ity shoppers Friday mrs Richard de Jong entertained several girls at a halloween party Friday evening in Honor of miss Blanche de Jong the grades of the Maurice school held their halloween parties Friday afternoon the High school having their party in the evening in the gymnasium the evening was spent playing games after which a delicious lunch was served by some of the h s girls or and mrs we Vanhorssen and daughter Elizabeth were Sioux City shoppers Friday miss Vaida Kuiken entertained several of her girl friends at a birth Day Parry at her Home after school on nov 3 or and mrs r Vore and son Earle and mrs Ben Boone and daughter were Lemars callers thurs Day afternoon or and mrs Ralph Van Peur sem visited in the h Vanpeursem Home saturday and mrs j Peelen were business callers at Akron saturday or and mrs a j Verburg and children motored to Bancroft Iowa sunday to visit in the de Fredickson Home Harry de Jager and family Mot ored to Lemars saturday evening mrs Clarence Sinkey and son of Ireton Are Here spending a few Days at her parents or and mrs c Van Gorkum miss Frances Van Der Berg of Orange City visited at the Home of her sister mrs h de Jager Friday miss Kathryn Van maasdam was ill a few Days last week Waldo jeep spent sunday at the Home of his parents in South Sioux City sunday Rev and mrs Duiker and mrs j m Mieras attended the sunday school convention at Hawarden on thursday or and mrs Edgar Lester and daughter visited in the Abe Levering Home near Orange City thursday evening John Den Ouden and Bernice Strafus attended a football game at Sioux City saturday miss Nora Buckley visited friends and relatives Here last week mrs John Roghair of Orange City and mrs Gerrit Roghair and children of Alton were Maurice Call ers saturday Levering was a Sioux City business visitor tuesday or and mrs Dick Doornink and daughter of Sioux Center visited at the John Roghair Home sunday or and mrs Sam Jager and children and mrs ale Jager visited with mrs Rich Petcel at Orange City sunday misses Helma and jessamine Mie Ras spent a few Days in the Home of their parents or and mrs j e Mieras they drove Over with or and mrs j Scholten of Cedar rap ids who visited with relatives at Orange City or and mrs we Roelofs Sam Roelofs mrs Martin Breems mrs a Bolt and or and mrs John Bonnema of Prinsburg Minn motored to Maurice to help or and mrs it Brink celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary or and mrs Albert Nagel and family of Sioux City spent sunday in the c Van Gorf com Home miss Marie Stellingwerf who is instructor in the Kingsley school spent the week end at the Home of her parents or and mrs Oscar Tonneson and children and Mathilda de groot motored to Lemars saturday night Dick Jansma of Hawarden was a Maurice caller monday the girls league of the american ret Church met monday evening at the Home of miss Bernice Van Peur sem Rev and mrs Straks motored to Harrison s Dak wednesday they were accompanied by or c Van Rooyen of Orange City Rev and mrs Kots and mrs Ben Kots motored to Chandler Minn sunday or and mrs Fred vis of har Rison s Dak spent saturday and sunday at the Home of Rev Straks or and mrs Fred vis and mrs Straks motored to Sioux City where mrs vis is receiving medical treat ment mrs Ben Boone and daughter and mrs r Vore were Orange City callers saturday afternoon miss Johanna Roghair who is working in the Doornink Hospital at Orange City spent sunday at the Home of her parents or and mrs j de groot and children of Hull motored Here Mon Day to visit with or and mrs h h de groot they came to help mrs h de groot celebrate her 34th birthday or and mrs t j Renn motored to Wilmont Minn sunday to visit with friends and relatives mrs a Pacholl and son accompanied them Home for a few Days visit miss Ollie Starkenburg of Orange City spent last week end at the we de Jager Home Lebanon Chr ref Church Arthur Kori pastor last sunday holy communion was celebrated at both services attendances were such that our other Wise Large auditorium was filled to capacity in the morning we certainly Are privileged to worship the lord in his courts every Sabbath the pastor intends to preach a series of sermons on the Book of Jonah of All the series of the old testament Jonah is the most popularly known Man in the world the series will consist of the following subjects i jonahs attitude toward the nine Ite Mission t ii Jonah in the Depths of the sea i Iii jonahs preaching in Nineveh in Jonah in the Booth i next sunday november 9 the morning services is to be conducted in English and the afternoon services in the Holland language you Are Welcome we invite you to come and worship with us i i first reformed Church by r eve l b runs Ting m Tammi Gas grocery famous for Fine foods phone 364 or Vander Kieft of Orange City is engaged for the institution at Cutlerville Mich and will with per Mit of the consistory visit the congregation two children received the Sacra ment of baptism last sunday the Mission offering in the Sun Day school held the last time reached Over 116 dollars considering the need even deficit the boards of missions we certainly feel grateful the 16th of november iss it aside As Home Mission Day the superintendent appointed a committee to do some prelim Narv for the Christmas program the committee met at die parsonage monday of this week special emphasis were made in connection with reformation in the services last sunday May god bless us with the spirit of the Reforma Tion the Freedom of All human de vices next sunday morning the ser vices will be in the Holland language topic Kleine Jongens be Spotten Elisa in s Heeren afternoon English topic the open door and the vision of the Book of revelation had a splendid c e meeting last sunday evening the Vander Brake Brothers played a instrumental duet John Van Wyk and Arthur Peelen took care of the topic and miss Rena Rensink acted As chairman the Roll was Active membership list and five on the associate next Sun Day evening John Van Wyk will Lead next monday the ministers of East and West Sioux Classis Dakota will meet in the parsonage at Edgerton we Are wishing for a Beautiful and profitable Day 0 sugar 12 pounds powdered sugar 2 pounds Brown sugar 3 pounds raises 2 pounds matches 6 boxes pork an Beans 3 cans peaches Monarch Large can Mustard v Large Jar prunes no 2 ij2 can Catsup Jarge bottle sardines in Oil 4 cans jello 4pkg dried peas Beans 2 ibs Rinso try it its Good pkg Amonia powdered pkg soap electric spark 7 bars Salmon Large can its Good crackers 2 Pound Box Graham crackers i Pound Box we have a Complete line of fruits and vegetables look them grape fruit oranges lettuce cranberries Sweet potatoes pears apples bananas celery onions will and Jake 68c 21c 21c 19c 19e 27e 29c 29c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c i5c 23c 23c 35c first Christian reformed Church John m Dystra pastor another sad duty we were called upon to perform last Friday or c Beukelman was buried on that Day he had passed Avay the pre Vious tuesday it was the sixth time during this year that someone was taken from us through death a warning again concerning our human frailty just one step Between us and death Many relatives and friends attended the funeral services a Comfort it is for the believer that after death he May partake of full Ness of Joy in gods presence in whose right hand there Are pleasures forevermore May the screwing relatives and especially the deceased lonely sister experience Comfort divine news has come to us concerning Cornelia Maliepaard her Mother is Wither in Iowa City at present Cornelia will be examined there and she Hopes to be with us in a few weeks again she is doing fairly Well May she soon be entirely Well we appreciate the informing letter mrs Maliepaard sent us the teachers of the sunday school met last thursday the following officers were chosen superintendent j a f Van Vic superintendent w Bierma Secretary Sarah Riemersma treasurer f c Aue Asj Distant Secretary and treasurer e j j Straatsma the pastor is chairman of this organization it is Gratifying to state that the sunday school is in a flourishing condition the at Tendance has been very Fine lately catechism instruction is also Given in conjunction with sunday school work the various classes contribute regularly to the support of Mission continued to Page 6 demonstration come and see the big demonstration of this Fine combination tank Heater for Winter use also Chicken and hog Brooder for Spring use on saturday afternoon also have two second hand tractors 1020 Titan 1530 Wallace cub and a feed grinder Addink Addink skua Center Iowa it always fair weather when it angry friends get together at Bens lunch room Fop every Type of drawing Call g Van Den Berg Leate orders at Farmers lumber Yard phone 3 on 68 gifts also cod liver Oil Harlem Oil Gray peas Reiss Nas variety store

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