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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa M Only n few decades ago easter ners had a strange Conception of the country that Lay Between the Allegheny mountains and the Blue Many thought it was a land of indians and boys and that it was hardly Safe to travel through on a travel and education have broadened the coast people in minds of East recent Titbit to 10 big 8 column pages today and they Are beginning to believe we who live in the Middle West have a rather peace Ful occasionally they even try to understand our farm prob lems and How they effect the National one new York writer a few Days ago devoted part of his column to the farm problems and Dilg out some interesting information that 1 would like to pass along for whatever it May be heres what he had to say first step toward checking the decline in farm it appears will be an increase i n agricultural conservation funds to million a year from that Asfar As Secretary Benson will go in it yawing to the pressure to do something for the Farmer before he the polls a year from i these go for taking land out of Row crops or Grain and put ten it into such a program to Lent of too much help to Farmer whose acreage is already too Small for him to utilize his Man Power the real farm problem is this in the latest year for which Fig ures have been broken 1 per cent of the nations Farmers sent 17 per cent of its crops to the Nert 19 per cent of Farmers produced 60 per cent of the leaving 13 per cent of crop production spread very Thia among 80 per by of those Are the people who Are hurting the Rise in farm land prices show that Price supported farming is still a Good thing for produce in Large the answer that would seem a logical one to a let a free Market crowd out most of the Bottom 80 per hardly satisfy the Farmers friends in Dairy men suggest a fund to ease their pain while they figure out wheat growers want the privilege of Price support on some of their the right to Export the rest at any Price they can an interesting sidelight on the fire at the Henry immers farm sunday the contents of the Home that was inthe Des troyed after had cooled fire department dam aged Freezer among the coals and debris and opened to find out How it had they found that neatly package meat was still Good condition and fit to be almost every thing else however was volume 44 mayor and Council reelected by 112 voters tuesday a total of 112 voters went to the polls tuesday to approve an other term in office for the town Council and treasurer and cast scattered votes for a number of write in balloting was slow All Day and there was actually Little interest in this election that had no con less than 50 voters had cast their ballots by and voting want much heavier Dur in the without a declared candidate for the Park commissioners vac write in votes of six each brought about a tie Between John resigned at the end of this and John Kroon is unwilling to serve another others who received More than a single vote were Asa and a Vande those receiving one vote were e Den a Reg Nick Gerald de Plantage and Maurice Tepaske received 105 votes for mayor and Hoss Vernon votes for councilmen were totalled As follows h John Gerrit Van Ben and Ross single write in votes were cast for Bert Tim hens and William James Hollander received 102 number 91 ctn Tir of Sioux Iowa official City and county to Tami nearly m township crop workers at Lek off meeting in Sioux to it Volvo final of How Choli twin Rural pro rom drive will be conducted in Sioux part Al group shown in Ler ill will piece on it it of Corn will be donated by Sioux county farm for in and be of crop in the county and town help by the news votes for treasurer and James de Ruyter got one write in Extension Council elections Start today in county All eligible voters have been m vote in their township for the election of an Extension Council the Extension Council is the advisory group on All Extension activities Yushas Home crops and soils and livestock the elections Are scheduled As follows with All commencing at term expiring december East in Gran Ville town Hall in the Fry school West in the Sioux Center building in the Hawarden City Hall in the Maurice school Hawarden building Ireton town Hall me Nally Hall Center school farm Bureau building Alton City Hall Center term expiring december Hull town ship Sioux county crop drive will get under Way next monday morning main stress will be on commodities for overseas Relief 13 designated crop sunday plan Hospital thanksgiving Appeal in next 2 weeks hundreds of bushels of Corn will be donated in townships throughout Sioux county next week As farm people open their hearts and cribs for Relief of starve Reg people in the world this Winter h e y Van flour county Christian Rural overseas program said this week that indications Are that the response to this a peal for help will be he said he has talked to dozens give Corn next week when the drive gets of Farmers who plan to either ear Corn or shelled underway in the he said the pheasant population this year is considered about Normal or so there should be Good Hunting for you Fellows who go out on the first lets be Good sportsmen and shoot Only save the hens to do the nesting next be careful with your treat them always they Are whether As if Are or remembers empty Guris have killed an awful lot of one of our local Nursery Stock Willard has this timely information for people in this area who have Shrub they that by Shar roses and other plants in dry ground fruit and shrubs should be flooded heavily with water before he be sure to mulch ground around Trees and shrubs and protect fruit from when the ground is dry As it is he Frost gets Down in to cracks and kills Root if you Are Short of he suggests using Wash water for soaking Down shrubs and the third Grade class at the Public school in Hull taught by Miriem Jones of Sioux Cen Ter has responded to our Appeal Lor Christmas packages for kor the children brought num Erous articles of clothing which were packed up and sent off to Lester de who is stationed in Korea and is helping out with operation Santa several others we know have sent pack the deadline for mailing them is next de Jongs address again operation Santa Claus sp3lester de u s a Hadet 707th in a p o san Francisco half in the Center school in the Center school Eagle in the Center school in the Carmel school in the District 4 school Sioux in the Center school in the Center school in the Newkirk school in the Boyden town in the Alvin Linch Vander Ploens now in new building tuesday was moving Day for Vander Ploens furniture merchandise has been moved the new building which is nearly completed on North main a formal opening announcement will follow eng their abundance with the less fortunate abroad they can help in a Small Way to help the hungry and make the world a better place in which to the county is completely organized for the that will get underway the Day immediately following crop sunday when churches will carry announcements of the forthcoming workers will be out in practically every he said the exceptions being Only where the Corn crop was almost a com plete while some people May choose to give the chief emphasis will be on com mostly the majority of the Farmers in the county can give from five to ten bushels of Corn without much Van Klompen Burg hopeful that they would respond in Way trucks will pick up the Corn and bring it to Central collection Points from where it will be shooting hours shooting for the Sioux City area waterfowl Hunting lands Are listed below for the coining Date 30 before big rate 31 before Bluet 4134 of volunteers will be giving hours of their time in four children jump from window after Oil stove explodes four children at Home a Lone at Perkins followed their parents instructions Early Friday morning and jumped from a bedroom window when an Oil stove exploded shortly after Pollema left for Sioux and Pollema were taking an older son to Sioux City to catch a train for Chi Cago after he had spent a furlough at they left at 5 after telling the four children to lie Down until school the youngsters were cautioned that in event of fire they were to jump out the bed room As Only one door in the House was in after jumping through the window at about the children notified Len Noord who rushed Over and turned off the Oil damage to the Home was mostly from and and several neighbor women came and helped clean up the Hull fire department was called but turned Back when notified that there was no before leaving for the children left a note on the table for their it read simply the lord saved our Lammers farm House destroyed by fire sunday a loss estimated at about resulted from an Early morning fire sunday that Henry Lammers destroyed the farm Home Southwest of Sioux fire broke out in the attic a around and whipped by a Strong Northeast Des troyed the two Story farm House within an much furniture and Persona items were saved by the famil and neighbors who came to assist firemen also saved the barn after warriors to open season against a Strong Boyden club coach Paul who faces what May be his most difficult will put inexperienced players against n cracking Good Boyden outfit tomorrow night on the Home floor for the season undefeated in two upset tuesday night and has All the brands of one of Sioux county strongest Cage squads this Muyskens will have Only two on the starting lineup Omorrow Alden Berken who turned in some shining Jorfor Mances last and Rich re Bud who also showed up Well on several occasions year these two men will be in the starting and with them willbe Paul Vande Truman barrels and Wally Vander Vande Berg and Harsma will probably be in the Forward Berkenpas and Bartels As Andin the Center position will be Vander backing up this combination will be Ron Carl Ber Arnold Billy Wilmer Van Berkum and Wilfred the second team will play the opening contest at 7 Oclock and varsity action will begin shortly after 8 it is expected that there will be ample seating space for All who want to the warriors second game will be played tuesday against spen cer on the Sioux Center Spencer is Strong again this year Board sets goal of letters being mailed to All members to give information about drive a goal of has been set again this year for the 1055 Community Hospital thanksgiving it was announced tvs some funds have already come but Tho chief emphasis will come in the next two Devos stricken by heart attack funeral tomorrow Eddy a Barber in Sioux Center for More than 4o died late tuesday night of a heart he was do Vos had complained of not feeling Well earlier in the Day and was examined by a Doc who cautioned him about letters will again be mailed to about 1100 family members and rinds of the Hospital explaining to purpose of the annual Appeal and giving a general summary of the hospitals operations Dur no the 12 last years thanksgiving a peal received a Large response d the goal was oversubscribed by a considerable Board members Are confident that this fire had broken out on the and May provide a lot of action All other buildings were the local i commenting on his year s Effort will be successful teams not exercising heavily and avoid Many soliciting and handling the Corn it is expected that the entire Campaign will be finished by the end of next Franken electric to Mote 16th birthday Here this saturday a big on Day 16th annl vers Ary Sale that will place of Fine of fan Home appliances on Sale at re patrolman Street i five pay fines Here totalling five traffic violation cases were heard during the past week Home appliances on diced will be held by Franken electric Here the event will Mark the 16th anniversary of the establishment of the business by Everet Frank several prizes and Many merchandise certificates will be Given away during the including electric Light refreshments will be served the full details will be found in advertisements Waal a by Justice Martin and fines totalling were albertus Brunsma appeared 2 on a charge of driving a truck with no summoned by patrolman he paid a be of and patrolman Streeter wrote two one to Ackert of charging him with having defective brakes on a trailer he was fined and the other went to John de of Sioux Center charging him with operating a car too Long on an out of state the Fine was and Gilbert Boeder of Sioux according to fire chief Rich the Blaze apparently was started by defective Lammers was up Early for a sunday morning and had lit a fire in a heating stove when she heard cracking noises in the Walls and above the Ceil members of the family rushed outside to discover smoke and Lames coming through the by the time the Sioux Center firemen and Carmel fire depart ment the was about beyond control and the fire fight ers concentrated their efforts on saving other farm the Lammers who had recently purchased a Home in Sioux moved the rest of their household goods into the House in Community Hospital news and Walter Bleeker of Ireton Are the parents of a James born the 3rd they were released the and Cornie Boersma of in pod Are the of a Bruch born the they were released the and Thane pm Nora of Hull Are the parents of a Dennis born the they Den cd the were r i admitted As a med prospects coach Muys tens refused to sell his boys he says they May show their inexperience at the begin Ning of the but he said fans will notice improvement As time goes we Haven got the wealth of material we had last the coach but were expecting to see quite a Little de on inside pages of this weeks whew As Clifford welder of Madrid operated a dragline near there the Rig gave Way and he was thrown out of the which came Down on top of he missed being crushed to death by Mere Mercury hits Low of 11 degrees Here a Trace of rain yesterday morning brought the the Only precipitation of the past temperatures were higher yes Center paid a Fine of and Al costs on a charge of speeding with a truck Haze wrote the Kenneth Hulsten of Sioux fined and costs Center was ical patient on the Nibbelink was admitted As a surgical patient on the and Wilbur Rook of Doon Are the parents of a Daugh Vickie born the they were released Gary son of Melvin Jans sen of Rock rapids was admitted As a patient on the 4th and was released the same stores will close nearly All Sioux Senter stores and business places will be closed tomorrow for veterans it was announced this week by the re Tail trades committee of the civic in announcing the the committee said business men will follow the custom of past years in observing the Holiday and that except for restaurants and some ailing stations All business places will be stores will reopen for bus iness saturday and the usual late saturday night shopping hours will be coi Wing events at the new High school auditorium Boyden Sioux night at Spencer Sioux no going up and Down he was told to rest and that he might Able to return to work wed no Day he failed to recover from a second attack at about 11 and members of the family were notified of his death funeral services will be help at the Home a 1 and at the Central re formed Church hat m Klaaren will arrangements will be under the direction of the Vander Ploeg funeral the Complete obituary will appear in the news next Money raised in these annual fund drives is used to provide a Reserve and to make certain improvements seem necessary from time to Board Mem Bers feel that these appeals for donations do not cause a heavy Burden for anyone and that they help provide for needs again this year people Are be ing asked to leave their at the first National in Church than solving offerings or with one of the Board a we toward the the Board of directors message May All of us heeds of our own Hospital before so that n support of Many worldwide we do not forget our very Eldridge outlines 4h club rules for eligible member ship during Tho next few weeks Sioux county Young people will be hearing a great Deal about the 4h club organization and what it has to offer Lemars Man kills Deer with Arrow some boys and girls in county who Are joining a wonder just who can to a 4h Maurice Sioux n Buck Deer saturday the John Conover of be Mars killed first to be taken with a Bow and Arrow in on the Sioux River near the hide and head Are now at at Sioux the Buck weighed 240 held and carried 4 Points on either the kill was made with a 50 Pound or a Little daughter of Max Strom was admitted As a med ical patient on the 5th and re leased on the 6th May Benefit men and women with crippled hearts will have an Opportunity this year to Benefit through pro Grams supported by the Sale of social Security Man coming to City John Field representative of the Sioux City social Security will be in the court House in Orange City on at 9 he will be there to ails the people of this area in filing claim for benefits and to give information concerning the old age and insurance application Blanks for social Security cards May be obtained at the Post office in each locality Vides the answer by saying that membership in the 4h organization is open to any girl or boy Between the Ages of 10 and although it is set up Primar ily for Rural boys and girls in the smaller communities of the county Are also invited to he to All you have to do is Contact your local club Leader or drop in at the county Extension office in Orange City and fill out in enrolment it is not possible to be a member in More than one county at the same and when n member marries he or she is no longer eligible continue in in outlining the county 4h Eldridge explains that each member selects a project at the beginning of the boys May choose to work with live Stock or while girls enrol in either food and clothing or Home much that is done in club meet Ings centers around these pro in the Days and the county youth fair according t give tin Chance to sur vey their work and what others Are Eldridge con for having no registration on a four wheel trailer he was using Haze also wrote this Luther picture attracts crowd a crowd estimated at Over 1400 saw the Story of the re Ter Day following several Days of Lor Matlon portrayed in pictures cold Windy the Mercury thursday night when the dropped As Low As 11 degrees last was shown at week thursday to show the Lowthe High school est Reading of the slight Snow this was the first showing in flurries sunday left traces on the i Center of this picture that ground until monday hag attracted worldwide Atten temperatures for the past ton and drawn huge earlier in the Day it was shown privately for students at Midwest Christian Junior the navys aircraft Carrier uss Forrestal has a Complete ment of More than 100 fighters end Many of them Jet week were recorded by observer John Oliver As follows 2 53 22 3 43 nov 4 62 30 5 65 32 6 52 20 7 41 24 8 20 Henry Blier of Hull was admitted As a surgical patient on the and Tony de Bey Rock Valley Are the parents of a Galen born the i and John Koele of Hull Are the parents of a Daugh Aletha born the Sheryl daughter of Pierce Jansma of Maurice was admitted As a surgical patient on the 7th and was released the same and Cornelius Teun Issen of Inwood Are the parents of n daughter born the and Lloyd punt Are the parents of a son born the and Daniel Alons of Hospers Are the parents of a son born the Fred Clark of Hull was admitted As a surgical patient on the Day off a Day off fishing Jaunt ended fatally for a 49 year old Sioux county Hunters getting ready for pheasant season opening saturday Sioux county Hunters were oiling up heir guns and Check ing their Supply of shells this week in preparation for the opening of pheasant season according to conservation of flyer shooting will Start at 12 noon each Day and will end at the season will be open on Cocks newel reported tuesday that Hunters should find plenty of Birds this since hatching conditions were almost Ideal this summer and Many of the Young came through in Fine condition he said generally speaking a season that is just a Little too dry for Corn is about right for Pheas and this year was no sex he reminded Hunters to be sex Charles City As he walked along the Banks of the Cedar he collapsed and died with the six High school at clinic six Sioux Center High school Baton attended the first annual Una Verity of South a Baton twirling clinic and contest at sat Carollee de Ruyter participated in the contest and Dawn Van Sandra Virginia Lou Hollander and Carol ver Hoef registered for the Solo dates claimed 14 Karr estate Moret and Yonker details in and aim nov17 Vick bus iness and up Allence store in Timmerman and Moret 22 Tony Van general farm Klein and Moret auction As dry of the Elmer 28 Peter Van Beek ducks brought 24 cents and geese Sioux general farm 21 Pound Gander Sells at Pound a big honking Gander that weighed 21 pounds and 12 ounces brought de who farms 2 Miles South and 2 Miles West of Sioux a Premium Price of a Pound at Juffer produces annual Duck Day tues it was the biggest Goose s largest weighing 8 pounds and 5 raised by Ben Vanroekel of also brought a the produce company bought 1500 ducks and Flag we careful with fire arms geese during the Day and paid Robert Eland Tobe cautious against grass j the highest prices in the memory Nowc Reess Garet or Cigar stubs could cents weight of Van Ellk 10 non tint a serious i Birds was pounds

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