Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 17 Nov 1955
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa
To if 9 o l the moccasins squeak phys it students make Field trip on november the physics class of our school made a tour of the fort Randall dam project which is near South they went in cars with John Arlan and France Rons taking their when they arrived in picks town they Rode around sightseeing the town which is growing Whaller since the dam is almost they dinner in Pickstown and then picked up the guide who showed and explained to them the different types of Rock and which was on some of the rocks were fossils of fish and some kind of he also showed pictures of building then they went to the dam it Here they were taken to a Concrete Structure which control led the amount of water that would go through the tunnels and into the this water is controlled by Gates which can be opened or there is need for More electricity the Gates Are opened if there is less demand the Gates Are closed far the guide also showed them the building where the generators Are there Are seven generators completed and one is in the process of being they saw the giant switchboard where the electricity is controlled and sent to towns and places where it is after this they toured the now does More than just dry clothes heres a 1956 dryer that oper ates on your Ordinary House current 110 no Guesswork set single Dill according to Type of fabric you Are Ufi automatic control adjusts to condition of the her Lusas they every Load of clothes is dried and conditioned lust Many pieces ready to Wear or put away without ironing pop Iii Clethis Eaty ironing Damp Lei to Spry Klu automat air freshener id i smell to they Are Milc in either 230 115vilt opera de Rotor Sioux Iowa grounds around the they saw the old fort the Only building that was standing was the after finishing their drives around the dam and the Lake be Hind the they started for they All had enjoyed them selves and everybody thought it was very the class is looking Forward to some More radio broadcast enjoyed by group the speech and music groups represented Sioux Center on Klem radio in be november Erma opened the program with the school song and Gerdna introduced the preceding the introduction the speech group recited comes to the City and the fun Olgan to the Earls Trio consisting of Dor Othy Marlene and Carrollee sane Indian it was a Good experience for the group and they Are looking for Ward to another performance in camera catches annual pictures the Sophomore and juniors were in the spotlight on tues november but not for snap and it was Over it was Only time for Bodnar to take their these photos will appear in the 56 Bodnar had his apparatus set up in our new auditorium each student could choose the position in which he wished to sit and then one shot was taken of each Lehoy Kleene assisted the photographer and Eleanor Van Velzen was the Stu Dent she is the photog Raphy editor of the the results of this Story will be told when the annuals Are students enjoy 2 Days of vacation vacation time it was vacation time last week from for some it meant a time to catch up on others used it for and some no doubt utilized it for jobs around the House or shop or most of the faculty spent the two Days at dec Moines attending the state teachers in the months of november and december we can expect More of these vacation it will be vacation time from that is for those who dont have to do Home we All in seem to look Forward to these breathing and yet How anxious we Are to get Back and get the swing of the things the books can be so attractive and the teachers seem to be rested and ready Baton go to november six Lois Dawn Sandy Carolee Carol and Vergle went to ver South Dakota to attend a twirlers the morning started of with lessons for about 45 after the lesson they went to the football Field to practice for the halftime show that was Given that at eleven Oclock most of the twirlers watched the contest that was held Between some of the High school twirlers that were the Day was climaxed by the halftime show that was put on by the one 125 the show was put on to get people More interested in the olympic the twirler i All formed five circles which Are symbolic of the after this everyone watched the winners of the con test this ended the Days class review physics clan this year physics class has one advantage Over the physics Stu dents of years gone the school purchased new books and new work physics deals primarily with and nuclear right now the class is studying about Force and they Are finding the unit particular a hard for the reason that it is very hard to for example one of the problems they have to work is this a Force of 10 ibs acts on a Point in a direction 37 degrees East of find the South and eastward components of the but with the bad comes the the physics class has Al ready enjoyed one trip to fort Randall and they arc hop ing to take another excursion next club news our chapter held a regular monthly meeting on october in the Home room members responded to Roll Call by drawing names for secret it was reported that our monthly projects arc coming along after our business meeting was we closed our meeting by singing our monthly projects for octo Ber were a bake Sale in Johns meat Market on october and our recipe boxes it is not too late to order one of our recipe if you would like to have please Contact an school Calendar of coming events 1718 stale school Board 18 Aurella at Sioux Center 7 23 Hull at Hull 7 24 legion male chorus program 8 2425 thanksgiving a 26 All state music festival Des Molnes 7 29 Newkirk at now Grade news Many parents have visited the Grade school rooms during education week which was observed november the sixth through the the kindergarten groups have been Finger they Are learning new thanksgiving songs and Finger they also made turkeys from construction Paul and Melinda both had birthdays and treated the miss Renkens first Grade has been enjoying a new they write their Reading words on col ored Turkey they try to pick the feathers off the Turkey by saying their new they want their Turkey picked by Cheryl treated the class on her in miss be clans first groups two completed the pre Palmer we come and the second Grade class studied about animals that do not take care of their Diane brought some snails to school for us to some of us had never seen snails Mouw and punt visited our room this the third Grade classes have been Reading and studying about different in language they have been studying about reports and in health they Are studying about the fourth Grade has been working hard to master division with after studying about Jamestown and the Early pilgrims the class made a James town of their they made log a fortress and a they also made a Pilgrim boy or girl out of a clothes in the fifth Grade the crusaders Reading groups made Shoebox dioramas of scenes they read about in Engin each told the Story entered around their own Shoebox the shoe boxes make no a town in the Valley in Bernard Mouw demonstrated the proper Way to Brush Teeth during health Marley and Jim were chosen the rooms Best sportsmen thus far the sixth Grade has received free literature from the Chambers of Commerce in de troit and Milwaukee in response to our business in Arith Metic they Are multiplying Frac in geography they Are studying about How people make a living in crowded faculty on Parade infer views Arnold Var Mccur is n new member of the caching Start it although he is a new he is very Fml Llor with the school As he graduated from Here in 1939 and hns lived in Sioux Center the last four after graduating from High he went on to Northwestern College and after serving three years in the army he finished his schooling at we Star College in he then taught at Melvln for four years where he was head basketball after leaving Melvln he went to Maurice where he taught two there he taught in High and was Junior High basketball Here he is teaching social studies and has some physical education class he also is the High basketball he reports that about All of the boys in seventh and eight Grade have turned out for basketball practice and he has Hopes of repeating last years county tournament newspaper staff editor Erma Voorderman editor Lila Lammers reporters Mary Ann klan Robert Arnold Eleanor Van Lois hol Karen Carol ver Virg Marilyn de Dor Othy Bill Roe Adulla Dawn Van Marge vender Marjorie Allan Audrey Eleanor de Teslaa Carol Bomgaars James vender Berg sponsor Ronald Wlcsko Coronet 4door Lancer Dodge Coronet invades Lowe Rice Field Here is no stripped Down Price special but Fuu Jurufa shined Beauty that King size in every this new Dodge Coronet takes the measure of All in the Low Price Field on every Point of value size Beauty style Power roominess Comfort it is actually bigger and More luxurious than cars costing up to a thousand dollars More you have a full Choice of body a full Choice of advanced Power and you get the magic touch of Dodge Pushbutton driving come discover the dividend of extra 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that the regular annual appointment of the Day of thanks giving seems to have been of Grad Ual from the time of the gathering of the first Harvest at Plymouth in it was common for the colonial authorities to appoint a Day of thanksgiving to god in the fall when the harvests were there Are records of officially johnnys to service Admiral Motorola Zenith sales service phone 25914 Sioux Center 1 1 South Side 33tfc Sioux Center 1955 appointed Days of thanksgiving in the Early colonies for a variety of special during the re Volution n Day of thanksgiving annually recommended by con in there was a Gen eral Day of thanksgiving for and in president washing at the request of recommended a Day of thanksgiving for the adoption of in president Lincoln declared a Day of thanks giving which followed with a similar proclamation in 1863 and from that time on our presidents and governors have Annu ally issued proclamations of thanksgiving which custom has generally fixed As the last thursday in Oit it 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