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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 13, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaSioux Center news volume 39 Sioux Center Iowa thursday nov 13 1930 number 36 District court notes judge Bradey held court and adjourned to wednesday when the Petit jury reported at 2 p m in the guardian slip of Arie Frank in incompetent guardian and item c b Hoeven appointed and order for Sale of real estate approved and guardians Sale Bond fixed at in the Case of Garrit Kramer Herman Klein the court found for the plaintiff judgment against defendant for and costs in the Case of we Wiersma against the c new by co defendants exceptions to instructions and motion for a new trial were argued and submitted and overruled judge Bradley signed an order for 55 Petit jurors to report for january term 1931 the Case of Guy Boyles for trans porting liquor was ordered resubmit Ted to the next grand jury the Case of George Clifford for transporting liquor was also ordered resubmitted to the grand jury in the Case of John t de Jong grand jury found no Bill and defend ant was discharged and Bond released the Case of the incorporated town of Orange City against Elmer Olrich which was submitted last term and taken under advisement the court dismissed the Case and taxed the costs to the town the probate o the will of Sarah Cammock deceased with objections to the probate of same in Iowa the court denied probate of same Here and ordered it sent to South Dakota for probate an order was signed for the Sale of the Hospers elevator and fixtures in tile Klein Bros assignment in the Case of a l lock against the incorporated town of Rock Val Ley Case was tried and taken under advisement the court found for the defendant and judgment was entered against a l lock Bert Rynders g vant Hul and a f Schemmer for the Cost in the sum of in the Case of Herman reit or against h j Driesen it Al the is sues Between p Verburg and John Wyola the court decided for ver Burg and taxed the remaining costs to Wynia the Case of Allen Van Wechel administrator de Bonis non against John p Muilenburg demurrer to plaintiff Given 30 Days to plead fur pheasant Hunting or g Brans from Rock Valley arrested on Arii Vistic Day for shooting at pheasants out of season since he had no pheasants his Fine was Only there Are Many violations Garni Laws not Only Are pheasants Sho out of season but Many a Hunter goes out to get As Many As he can recent a Man was arrested in the county for Hunting without a License Severa responsible citizens in one of our neighbouring towns were boasting o tagging thirty two pheasants in one Day Friday and saturday we finish our sporting season lets All go out As sports and not abuse the privileges we have a pioneers birthday mrs Ben Mouw or of Sioux Center Iowa celebrated her 7sth birthday on armistice Day novem Ber 11 mrs Mouw is one of the older settlers of Sioux county she and or Mouw who died four Vears ago homesteaded a mile and half West of Sioux Center in the latter part of 1871 she went through the hardships of Pioneer life including the Grasshopper times the town of Lemars was the nearest trading Point where the wheat was taken to ther in the Case of d r Stewart against the Ireton Light company same was settled and each Side agreed to pay its own witnesses and defend ant paid costs of suit marriage License issued to John j Vande Steeg and Cornelia Heemstra both of Orange City 0 Council proceedings Sioux Center Iowa nov 3 1930 Council met in regular session minutes of meetings of october read and approved town treasurer report read for information town marshals report read for information both ordered filed Council voted to recommend to county Board of supervisors cancel Fatiori of faxes of Church property of first Christian reformed Church of Sioux Center clerk instructed to Urgell prop erty owners desiring to be connected with City water main to use cop per or Lead service pipe tile ordinance referring to in ilk products and penalties for violation read by the mayor after being okd by finance committee Bills amounting to were ordered paid out of the consolidated fund and Bills amount ing to paid out of the water works fund clerk was intruded to Issue War rant for for int w w Bonds on motion Council adjourned e Straatsma town clerk Sioux Center Iowa oct 20 1930 Council met in special session petition for two additional elec of Council Fri tree petition Cork to inform Iowa be ground and usually wheat exchanged for the other necessities of life she still remembers the times when she and or Mourand Small child Ren would attend the Sabbath meet Ings in Gingham gowns and Sun Bonnetts Riding on wagons she is the Mother of 12 children 11 nonliving she has 63 grand children and 10 great grand children she is still Hale and healthy and very Active besides assisting with the housework she has several pet Hob Bies which Are reminiscent of Olden times she still has her old spinning wheel and a great Deal of her time is spent with this during the past summer she spun and nit 13 pairs of stockings and two pair of mittens for the smaller grand and great grand children her eyesight is very Good and when her foot tires of running the spinning wheels she spends hours Reading she still enjoys gardening and spends considerable time in the doors during die summer months helping tend the Small Garden Back of her Home she is especially Active during thei Straw Berry season arid can not pick for Why is my Liberty judged of another mans conscience i Cor 10 2gb seals and seals j Sioux county a warning to Christmas Seal pur1 chasers has just been issued by miss i Christmas Seal school notes but also eat As Manyberries As any member of the family she now resides in the town of Sioux Center a widowed daughter mrs Chris Vanroekel and her two children making their Home with her Public service co As to above proceedings on motion Council adjourned e Straatsma town clerk Center Iowa oct 27 1930 Council met in special session petition of j c Schalekamp for Extension of sewer main granted Council voted to lower the rate of paying for the digging of ditch from cents per it to 10 cents per foot where water service pipe is Laid in Sam ditch where sewer pipe is Laid from main to sidewalk line on motion twi clerk inebriated cures the vast reduction in drunkenness from the Saloon Era until today i strikingly shown in the fact tha Ighile there were once at least five institutions in Iowa for the cure o inebriated today there is not a sing institution in the state exclusive devoted to that work at one Tim ther were at least 250000 i Nabriat patients in the 109 keeled cures throughout the United states to Day there is one such institution a Dwight Illinois with Only 50 patients Iowa had keeled cures at de Moines red Oak and Burington a a Neal Institute at Des Moines and n 1906 the state established an in car Date Institute at Knoxville which operatedfor12 years drug in jul time there were recorded 3850 firs Inie inebriated the state spent on this institution As soon As Iowa went dry in 1916 emissions to the state inebriated hos ital declined for instance in the Tennial 1914 to 1916 there were 510 Lew inebriated admitted after probition 1916 to 1918 there were anly 242 new admissions and from 918 to 1920 there were but 22 such unfortunates and the state closed he institution when on december 1 919 there were Only eleven patients the buildings were leased to the government As a Hospital for veterans ust As the famous old Keley c at Dwight has been leased for the same purpose the old Hospital would accommodate several Hundred whereas there Are Only about 50 patients at Dwight today in contrast to the thousands there in the Saloon Era Hermine Bergsma 0 annual meeting of farm Bureau annual meeting of West Branch farm Bureau on tuesday evening nov 18th at Oclock at the Center school House there will be something doing every minute music both vocal and instrumental talks reports and election of officers in both men and women departments refreshment will be served everybody Welcome a members Are requested to be present come and spend an evening with optimistic farm folks 0 dutch ambassador to visit Midwest vice Consul at Orange City Ivill by Host to ambassador and family the honorable j h Van Royen ambassador from the Netherlands at Washington d c is coming to Orange City with his wife and son to visit our vice Consul Gerrit Klay in Honor of the distinguished guest a Public reception will be held at the science Hall Orange cite on nov 17 at p m it is very fitting that Holland should take an interest in the dutch of the Middle West Sioux county is a concentration Point of Holland ers who Are undoubtedly interested 7 of Norble t h i coming to Sioux coun purple towers musical comedy by High school rumours generally speaking Are disregarded by those who Are Wise v it Wisdom recognizes the fact that some rumours Are firmly grounded and based upon solid facts if you have heard Friend neighbor say that you can get As big an evening laughs and wholesome enjoyment of of a fifty cent piece As you Ever hav or be Able to it is time to Fin out if so when an then proceed Post haste to de Kraay and Reserve seats for purple Tow school auditorium Friday evening november 14 Yoi cant go wrong on Char Acter interpretation Choice bits o Luxor music that is Rich in har Nony and these High school students help you forget your pains aches and troubles of the workaday world in two hours of rollicking Good fun take a tip from the inside Jayne Redeker the Silver throated Evaline n last years sunbonnet girl will lot disappoint you in her interpretation of a maid in the employ of Urseba Applegate Inez de a Powers Many appearances on the image in previous years will leave no to doubt in your minds As to her ability to play the part of the aforesaid miss Appelgate her commendable work n other productions has won Edna de Pree a place in the cast in which she appears As the Niece of the maid enly miss Appelgate although Mike Siemen does not display his acrobatic ability As he did in Penny buns and roses he leaves no laugh unaccounted for in his Clever impersonation of Kank Huckleberry he it boy of Centerville Richard Kroon May be quiet and submissive person in real life but he will be the resourceful la enforcer on the stage Friday evening Louis Boeyink and Marvin de Gooyer form an interest no combination and succeed unusual y Well in baffling the inhabitants of 5urple towers Albert Jongewaard is had no previous Opportunity to How his ability but he is prepared o give you his very Best Friday even no in his portrayal of snowball the euro Valet to Phil Bradley known o you As Harvey Roelofs Snow Ali upholds All the superstitious characteristics of his race and his user antics will cause you no end f laughter it is unnecessary to com sent on the dramatic As Well As mus Al ability of Harvey Roelofs and Eanette Rons who Are cast As the Eads in this presentation this operetta is packed with laughs and thrills from the begin ing to the end a chorus of boys my girls supplement the singing and acting of the principals with songs ranging from spook ghost song to tender love ballads this musical comedy will be presented in the High school auditorium on Friday Etc november 14 do not fail to be there to experience the thrills in the haunted House with it ii Alice de Ruyter i airman because a number of people in former years have reported Pur chasing by mistake a commercial Seal instead of the tuberculosis Christmas Seal it was the intention of these people to have the Money which they paid for the seals used for local and state Public health work and for this reason they desired to buy the Well known and popular tuberculosis Christmas Seal which has been sold for the past Twenty one years under the auspices of the National state and local tuberculosis health associations however it seems that various sorts of seals appear during the month of december and Are offered for Sale and that some of these Are bought under the impression that they Are seals whose proceeds Are used for health purposes some of these seals Are put out by an Eastern firm which makes a business of Selling them through children on a percentage basis every purchaser who desires his Money to go for health work and who therefore wishes the tuberculosis miss Ella Bee rank and her pupils in District no 9 Plato township gave an excellent halloween program in their school last Friday night oct 31st the school was beautifully decorated for the occasion and a Large number of patrons and friends were present Many games were played by All and delighted refreshments Ivere served everyone had a splendid time we like to have our Rural schools serve As a Community Center now and then now and then we have teachers and patrons Send us news items relative to our schools we like to have these items and we Hope More Ivill Send us of interest Library books have been ordered for ail schools and As soon As they arrive we will deliver them to the schools we want All our teachers to number and Label them and keep them in Good shape miss Helen Houlton and her pupils n Washington no 1 gave an excellent program n their school last week miss Houlton is one of Sioux setting the sea which this year contains the design shown n the accompanying Cut Chi health to All these seals sell at one cent each or one Dollar per Sheet of one Hund red this is usually greater than the Price of the commercial obvious reasons the designs oath Christmas Seal is changed from year to year there is one permanent feature however by which the health Seal can always be identified it is the Lorraine Cross it is always red and has two horizon i arms this Cross is the copyrighted Emblem of the National tuber lilo Sis association and is properly used Only by organizations having a connection with the National or state association or having received from hem permission for such use the health Christmas Seal is just As Beautiful and artistic As any com Mercial Seal it is designed eath year r one of the greatest artists in the orld it symbolizes something you decorate your gift package with seals you give evidence of your interest in the betterment of health in your Community you Are also expressing in a Subtle silent Way your wish for the Good health of your Friend your Money is doing double duty it works All the year round you have bought a decoration for Christ Mas mail and have paid for a service for the months Between Christmas and chars Mas in Sioux county there Are 20 Active cases of tuberculosis 3 deaths the last year from heart seas 2500 school children with physical defects that can be remedied ways keeps her school going in Good shape no 7 will dedicate their new school on wednesday night nov 12rh miss Sylvia Boeyink and her pupils hive prepared an excellent pro Gram and we Are sure All will have an interesting evening a Large delegation of Sioux county superintendents Are attending the state teachers meeting at Des Moines this week end we note with quite a bit of interest that three former Sioux county boys played a Large part in the defeat of Simpson College by Morningside last week end Vandervilt of Orange City made three successful Forward passes for touch j to to Smith of Hawarden and one to Kettle formerly of Ireton you can count on these Sioux county boys when they go to College we also note that these boys Are making Good grades which is the All important thing supt Voogd and family and coach vectoring of Orange City were sunday dinner callers at the Tye Home has week the principal dish was Sioux county pheasant the Maurice High school has been awarded the Tye trophy for winning the county championship in Kitte Ball Maurice played seven games and won them All we Are surely glad to see Maurice Start out to win some county cups the Maurice boys have worked hard and their efforts will be rewarded keep did footes rooster Lay the egg Inwood most of you ave heard of the Hen that Laid Fie Golden eeg but did you Ever ear of a rooster laying an egg either did we nor anyone else and it an egg was found with the Rooser housed in a crate at footes of ice last thursday morning i he rooster a very unusual rooster without a doubt belonged to or note and was being displayed in connection with a guessing contest sponsored by the american legion As n advertising feature of the Holl Ween carnival nor did they see some practical Oker slip an egg through the bars f the crate according to or Foote to claims to have been at the office lost of the time where the egg came from is As much of n nn77le for of Destio of Mogul Dii from 1 up Maurice we Are glad to see these county trophies passed around 8th Grade review booklets will be Here now most any Day Ami ail schools needing them should write to the county superintendent we want All our Rural schools to Start stressing spelling we want our town and Church schools to do the same the state and interstate con tests will tie held this year in de Moines and Omaha the winners will receive some splendid trips As Well As the whole county Benefit by better spelling it is about time Soo again turning out a win Ner let us All get Busy and make this the Yea that we win we Hope that our schools will pro Perly take notice of thanksgiving Day teach the children the historical and religious background of the Day there Are Many things for which we should be thankful today Many of our schools will have pro Grams Sec that your rooms Are pro Perly decorated so As to create a thanksgiving atmosphere see How Many things your school and pupils can find to be thankful for All our town schools arc hard at work getting ready for the annual declamatory work l he county has been divided into three sections for the sub county contests and the winners will meet in a final county contest we look for some splendid work this year supt Geo Kellog of Story county i who Forror Erly cir5rt at i f the to want e birr the Char As relation getting ready Tor the nobody saw the rooster Lay the Sioux county declamatory St nor did Thuv apr the in Titi to i t

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