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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa You simply cant grow old very fast when you have three Lively children around table three meals a if we allow them our three can gain a Complete monopoly of the conversation and even induce our Aid settling minor sometimes it is fun to remain quiet and just Lis ten to their Cross which can become a mixture of misunderstood fantasy and fragmentary interjections of natural history All rolled together and tied in a were it not for occasional i fear that our children would gain an absurd concept of the world in which they which would re sult in serious disillusionment at some stage in their but they Are easily straightened their Mother and equipped As we May Are supreme authorities on All subjects and Able arbiters of All other for my son was arguing with one of his Sisters on the question of wether or hot owls eat while they Are in he put it this Way owls have their supper in the dont they daddy it didst seem like such an important question to but there was on argument going on that had to be so i explained How owls catch mice and carry them off to a High tree where they can eat them while in this i both my son and my daughter were the owl eats while resting or sitting but since his Perch is in a High tree he is actually in the that answer satisfied both it int easy to satisfy both 12 big 8 column pages today volume 64 number Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county Kiwi fair november 19s5 Well Over car of Corn assured in crop drive Early reports from crop workers in Sioux county yesterday indicated that the response has been Good in the drive conducted throughout the county this More than a Carload of in actual Corn and has been according to Henry Van glom Penburg of Orange chairman of the go to his Mother imploring a contradiction to what daddy so we have to be careful so As not to lose their this sort of thing will keep go ing for a few More i but sooner or later they will Dis cover that dad and Mother dont know All the answers and we will lose some of our we wont be the sole authorities any More and our children will be come less dependent upon when that time perhaps we should not be saddened by it but should rejoice that our Chil Dren Are growing up and Matur they will be reaching beyond the of our knowledge to gain a broader understanding than we can give they will be resting their ideas on better authorities and specialists in Given Fields of they will be testing their own i presently enjoy hearing my son talk about the Mountain in our office climbing up to Mountain to get a and then with a Little quizzing discover that is talk ing about the drinking one expert in the credit Field recently estimated that about 10 million americans will make their final automobile payments my guess is that at least half these will soon be making their first payments on another in not against instalment of but id sure like to be the Guy that collects the if i were i would buy a couple Hundred shares of Ford Stock and begin earning both ways from new cars conscious the Snow has begun to Winter with its ice and if i never had to go anywhere i mind it but this buckle the Winter weather be comes kind of monotonous some Ive talked to a few eskimos who shared my sentiments on this subject if you Haven Given to the an 1 boy scout perhaps have forgotten that it is still in Progress few Bucks dropped off at the Bank or de Bruins shoe store would be a big boost and i can think of about 30 kids nearly persons visited the Franken electric store saturday tightly at times some had to that one must have been a Good congratulations to Everet and his very Able assist Evelyn Rev Mulder Speaks Here on Way West Mulder of spoke from Bis old pulpit first Baptist Church in Sioux Center thursday night to Tell his former congregation about his Mission work along the Texas mexican he stopped Here after compleat about four weeks of Deputa Tion in Michigan on behalf of his Mission he left Friday for and has scheduled frequent stops in Wash Nigton and he expects to return to his Home in Texas just before with the immediate goal of a Carload of Corn for the disaster stricken Maya indians of the you Katan Sioux county crop workers began soliciting from farm to farm monday mor Ning As the 1955 Christian Rural overseas program drive gets in the Corn will be by a presbyterian missionary among the indians in the Quin Tana Roo District of where a recent Hurricane wiped out the Corn crop before it could be seriously damaging the indians Basic food the Corn will be shipped to new and from there it will go by sea to British Hon Douras for Transfer to smaller boats which will take it to you the final movement of the Corn into the hinterlands of Yucatan will be on the backs of Sioux county crop workers planned to do their soliciting monday and tile Day and it is expected that the Corn will be picked up sometime during the last few Days of this r Van Klompenberg said that for Economy reasons the donated Corn May be sold locally and other Corn that can be purchased closer May be Yucatan Early deadline the Sioux Center news will be published a Day Early next week so that All sub scribers in the immediate area will get their paper be fore thanksgiving persons turning in news items and those planning advertising should keep this Early deadline in farm Bureau chorus wins Blue ribbon the Sioux county farm Bur eau women chorus was one of 13 winning Blue ribbons at the state farm Bureau convention in Des Moines this thirty choruses the Sioux county chorus was the Only one chosen to make a recording for broadcast Over radio station who at Des other engagements of the local chorus included its combining with All other choruses monday night to stiff in the Kent radio theatre under the direction of Max professor of music at Iowa state dairymen to meet tonight at Sibley for fall conference Dairy leaders of Northwestern Iowa will hold their annual Dis were headed into another tract fall conference at the Amer ican legion Hall in Sibley this evening at Alvin mul Der of the District chair Man of the Board of directors of the Iowa Dairy promotion As will the meeting will be concluded with a free Dairy All Dairy Plant Dairy duality a the Iowa Dairy promotion association was established about a s and the Dairy segment has probably done More than any other group in creating greater ing is to hold an annual Bustness on the current promotional Campaign and to further discuss and explain the possibilities pending and improving and National Dairy promotional Wassink to receive hog award Arend a Sioux Center will be As a Champion port producer county this year and in Sioux has been invited to attend the champions dinner in memorial Union at Iowa state College he will be awarded a plaque with his name inscribed on it from Farmers hybrid hogs of Wassink and the local Farmers hybrid hugs Ted have bean invited to attend the banquet Christmas seals go out to in Sioux thousand of Christmas Seal letters were being distributed to Sioux county Homes by mail men this week As the 1956 Christmas Seal drive got underway offic letters containing the traditional tuberculosis and heart fund stamp with the familiar double barred red Cross went out from All Post offices yesterday year the request is that the seals be used on All users of these seals Are reminded that their use of them on mail t to and and leases heart diseases Christmas Seal Orange City Harold Maurice Fred Sioux Center Rich Ard Sioux Center and Louis de Sioux Grade a milk to be discussed tuesday at adult whats new in Grade a milk production will topic for discussion at the adult evening school the class will meet in the lunch room at the Public school at a representative of the Sioux City milk producers cooperative association will be present to give part of the material and to answer All who Are interested in the topic Are Welcome to these sessions last about 1 hours and Are followed with a Light social Security for Farmers will be discussed at the meeting wed Community Hospital news and Melvln Torwelle of Ireton Are parents of a Dawn born the they were released the and Reinard Dykstra Are the parents of a Roger born the they were released the Clarence Kiel was admitted As a surgical patient on the 12th and was released on the 16th and Harvey Prieksat of Hull Are the parents of a Carl Bor the they were released the and Bernard of Are the parents of a Marlene bom on the and Marlon Kemp of Are the parents of a Jack born on the Art Van Wye was admit Ted As a surgical patient on the Aud of Doon Are the parents of a Daugh Ter born the at was admitted As a medical patient on the son of was admitted As a surgical sent on the sole dates claimed Van Les Init ism Klein and Moret auction 29 Peter Van seek Moret and Van Ellk details in and next week nov21 Walter a Hartman and Vander details in and this 29 Joe Van Les Worth More than Gander that tipped the Scales at 21 12 ounces last week brought the John a Dollar a Pound at Uffert products annual Duck prob ably Han would have a calved for 200 Pound hog last Huffar it shown holding up big by the news new Nash goes on display Here today new Speed line and two new engines highlight the 1956 Nash line of ambassador and statesman models which will go on display in Nash dealerships across the nation the new Nash will be displayed by Niessink and Kem pers implement and the Public is invited to come in and look it it will be on display Friday and Nash will offer four horsepower ratings on its 1956 135 and car buy ers an engine Choice to fit every at the same famed Nash Economy of operation has been according to Roy Nash sales vice pres youth assistant named for county Glenn Lyons from Wright has assumed the duties of the Sioux county Exten Sion youth Glenn graduated from Iowa state College majoring in animal husbandry last he has 11 years of 4h club work experience in Wright Iowa general Klein and farm Sieperda delayed in new Jersey Reuben who spent the last six months visiting relatives and friends in the is Back in the states and is presently recovering from an attack of influenza in new upon the advice of he will remain with friends there until he has recovered and can continue his journey Home by the family is hopeful that he wll be Home by scout drive for Short of goal the Sioux Center boy scout fund raising drive appeared to have slowed Down to a snails Pace this week and Del the who is serving As expressed Only about half the amount needed to meet the goal had been turned in thus undoubtedly Many people have been he and he suggested that they be reminded that contributions can be turned in at the Bank or at de Bruin shoe Money collected in this manner each year is used to finance the boy scout program for a 12 month More than 90 per cent of the Money is used auxiliary to hold annual meet three fined for traffic violations i Walfy Taylor of Sioux Center paid a Fine of and costs for having an assembled in his vehicle on the Highway appeared the same Day before Justice Martin Kuiken after be ing picked up by conservation Cicer Scoter Altena of Sioux Cen Ter paid a Fine of and costs on a charge of having defective lights on a his summons was written by patrolman Stree Ter 4 and he appeared of Rock Valley paid a Fine of and costs nov 11on a charge incomplete clearence lights on a the summons was written by patrol Man Vinson Irvin Dale Van Zee of Orange City paid a Fine of and costs after being picked up 14 on an overloaded truck Haze wrote the summons and Richard Van truck paid the Fine the same funds Start coming in for Hospital annual Appeal with hundreds of dollars in checks and Cash already begin Ning to come members of the Community Hospital Board expressed again the Hope that the 1055 thanksgiving Appeal goal of will be letters were mailed out to nearly 1100 families that support the Hospital setting Forth the Pur poses of the drive and asking for continued help in keeping the Community institution on sound financial each year since these annual fund raising campaigns were Star Ted the response has been greater than Money raised in this manner is used for certain improvements in the building and part of it is earmarked for a Reserve fund for use when the need donations Are being accepted at the first National by Board members and will be received in Church offerings during the thanksgiving big Sale opens at furniture Mart a Large clearence Sale that is intended to move out hundreds of pieces of furniture to make room for Christmas merchandise was announced today by the furniture Mart of Sioux the which features dras tic reductions on dozens of starts according to a full Page and appearing inthe news this Ted Vander said this will be one of the biggest sales Ever held by the store and is expected to attract wide the Sioux Center Hospital auxiliary will hold their annual meeting in the Hospital dining room nov at 2 a new treasurer and vice pres ident will be elected at this meet there will be a Silver with Wilmer Christian reformed Church Are James Wandscheer and miss to planning a bake Hanna Hulstein As All november at Johns Market members should be present at this and anyone inter ested is invited to details in and this 30 Verlyn Johnson 2 Miles West of Moret and Chol bake Saib the girls society of the Bethel fight to starting at 39p buy Chru tempt seels county catches Early blast of Winter weather old time minstrel will be presented Here november 24 an Amateur production that promises All of the laughter and in of an old time minstrel show with the Modran touch of special effect lighting and Fine old Dixieland music will be staged by Sioux Center male chorus the show boat minstrel show will to staged in the High school auditorium thanksgiving beginning at re Casals for the production have been going on nearly two months and is expected that the show will have wide the Large cast of coloured faces will include Many of the com munits Best known personal the script itself is released by professional writers who have capitalized on the Public Appeal the old fashioned minstrel reserved seat tickets will go on Sale tomorrow at the Ben Franklin big club leaders have in part in 4h training program asking no pay for their ser 25 men and 25 women of Sioux county Are responsible for the training which 4hcrs of this county county Extension director Maurice Eldridge and with the annual county 4h enrolment program going Lull these local leaders will be More than glad to see Many More to their clubs local leaders i Sioux county and the clubs they represent Are Capel Clife Center Wally Billy flying Howard Earl Garfield Orville Ren Vernon icy Light snowfall and Low temperatures give Quick change of season in county Sioux county caught a lot of the Force of the first blasts of a Iii or tuesday and wednesday and became blanketed with a Light Cov ering of while temperatures dropped Low As 9 degrees and Strong northeasterly winds drifted the Snow Sioux ctn Tir High school of the Elm of his been promoted to assistant to the supervisor at the Amross re Lay terminal at bound she has been employed there since the terminal is of the largest of its kind in United she accepted a position there after completing a course at the electronic radio and to Institute at miss Kos ters is the daughter of and Henry rollers of were extremely Hnz Firdous tuesday but were be coming clearer by late yesterday not croon As the wind helped to Clenn olt the traffic on the Nan arteries was reduced to a crawl nil Day tuesday after a night rain that turned to sleet put n Light coating on the the first storm of the season Little since communications remained open and traffic kept it came As n part of a general storm that brought considerably More Snow and lower temperatures to other areas of the upper temperatures during the past week remained the highest Reading recorded was 54 degrees for each of three clays last Tampa turns As recorded by observer John Oliver were listed As follows 2 speakers named for beef banquet Bill Zmolek of Iowa state col lege and Joe Hale of morning Side College will discuss livestock feeding and marketing at the fall beef banquet which will be held in the Hull Community thursday de Cember Don Cunningham will serve As master of the ban Grant Sheridan livestock Quet which will be served by the Paul Marvin Vander Hull band boosters starts at Holland Adrian Jac Ray Lynn Lucky Clarence Howard Plato Fred Gayer Ted Reading rough Paul Harold Sioux Carl John Washington eager Roy Leonard Western go getters Marvin Arnold Welcome Dave Orville Henry Capel Adrian die John Den Elmer Den her Bill John miss Henrietta Van Garfield mrs Al Bert Oscar Joe de Happy i Kings John Lynn Lively August Oelrich Adrian Burr miss Arloa Peppy Al de Cornie Snappy Henry de Lul sunny Ted Hans willing Al tickets have been sent to various places in every Sioux county johnnys to service moves to main johnnys to and electric serv ice has moved to a new location on North about a Block and a half North of the new Vander Ploeg furniture it was announced today by John Frank the business will in the basement of frankens new Home where a Large merchandise Dis play floor has been provided Franken said he expected to be completely straightened around in a few Days and that the Public is invited to Stop Karr farm brings at auction the 80 acre farm in the Edward Karr estate near Ireton was Van de twinkle Audrey Robert sold yesterday afternoon to Dick Westra for per Library to close thanksgiving Day the Sioux Center Public Library will be closed All Day thanksgiving Day normally the Library is open thursday these club Are picked to guide boys and girls they Are outstanding Farmers enjoy and under stand Young people and Are will ing to go out of their Way to encourage them in their club work says Maurice often these men and women have duties in their Homes which Are pressing they willingly take time to attend club train 4hers for dem go along on club and attend county meet Ings and Allday leaders training schools conducted by the county Extension Iowa lost one of its oldest physicians in the death i of at he had practice there for Over 50 Back broken Martin of Railroad fireman received a broken Back last when a Pound steer charged him As he tried to turn it the animal had escaped while Beni 9 10 111 12 13 14 15 54 54 51 25 30 24 35 34 30 30 12 11 9 warriors lose to Spencer after win front Boyden 5543 the Sioux Center warriors hit the saw tuesday night after an earlier Triumph in the season opener against Spencer ripped the to even for a loss by 31 Points last year when muys7 kens boys played on the Spencer Spencer had they made 50 per cent of their shots in the As compared with the warriors 28 per spen cer also had height and plenty of about 15 first class but the Sioux Center boys re fused to be trimmed without a fight and came Back in Sec Ond half to show better form and More Boyden Boyden dropped behind at this very beginning and never had a Chance to catch More than a thousand fans in the bleachers saw the tribe pull out to a 31 to19 halftime margin and then go on to Clinch the scoring among the warriors was fairly even and they Dis played pretty Good shooting this was Boydens first the Sioux Center b team won both defeating and to meet Aurella Aurelia is expected to give the locals More even Competition to Morrow night on the Sioux Cen Ter like the Aurelia lost most of their seasoned players last Spring and is experimenting with a new Muyskens thinks they can be next week wednesday night the tribe will play Hull at this May be one of the Best pre Christmas Hull is strength ened by n lot of returnees who saw action last colder weather aids pheasants the season snowfall this week and cold weather Cut sharply into the number of Hunters going out after pheasants acid gave the Birds a Chance to relax a Little after the first blasts of Shotgun Hunters swarmed through the county saturday and sunday and Many had Little trouble shooting their by Hun ters were complaining that Birds were hard to the pheasant population this year is supposed to be the highest in so feral apron Sale the Young won ens fellow ship of Central reformed Church is holding an apron Satur Noye Niber at the Chev Rolet garage lunch will be sold All starting at Call 25061 for free 39c the lowest denomination Coin in England is the fourth of a

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