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

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27 Nov 1930

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 27, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage five Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa Tiki Suav to Venber 7 first Christian reformed Curch John m Dykstra pastor a sad week last week for a num Ber of our families on wednesday afternoon Little Edith Gesink was buried a Good sized audience was present at the funeral services where Rev a b Voss of Hospers and the writer of these lines spoke and on saturday afternoon John Schat was buried in Orange City funeral services for or Schat were held in the first Christian reformed Church of Orange City an unusually audience was present the exse vice men of the Orange City Post and of the Post of Sioux Cen Ter attended in uniform messages were brought by the pastors of both first Cir Rerd churches of Orange City and Sioux Center the Neving relatives Mav feel assured 01 our deeply Felt sympathy we extend our sincere sympathy also to or and mrs Dick de Groom in the loss of their brother by death in Rock Valley expressing regret that the pastor did not know of their sad loss until sunday the choral society meets every monday evening at from now on or Henry the paste has seen his Way Clear to assist us As director the society expects to Render the cantata Esther in Rock Valley in december at the last meeting of our ladies Aid society mrs Tamminga or was chosen temporary Vic president to fill the vacancy caused by the de parture of mrs j Weka rep who now resides in tote Sheldon Holland Home for the and it May be Well to mention at this time that our Young people will meet with the other Young folks of the Sioux Center churches in the Central reformed Church Sunda sweepstakes at the Natl butter makers convention held in Minne Apolis Minn on nov 4 Bill feels plenty Good and he certainly has reason to Boyden has a wonderful Creamery and the patrons and management Are to be Congo is dilated e a build inning consequently Well not be our regular meeting in our own next sunday the theme for the combined meeting will be reasons for thankfulness there will be other numbers on the pro Gram also last week tuesday evening or Peter b Baartman and miss Ida Vander Berg were United in holy Wedlock in our parsonage miss Elsie Vander Berg was married to or Daniel Dykstra of Boyden some time previous we extend our Best wishes to both couples monday afternoon of this week or o esl Iuis was taken to the Hull Hospital to be operated a Sec Ond time certainly feel for the Eshuis family we Admire them for hearing their trials with a Cour age that Speaks of Faith in god or Ireton news mrs Ella trieber and children of Hawarden visited at rhe Home of her parents or and mrs Hans Dagen tuesday or and mrs Lester Watkins and Little son and his father Cyrus wat Kins returned to their Home at Corn ing Kansas after an extended visit with relatives Here and at Hawarden or and mrs Vander Kief i and Hale daughter Sioux Center were recent guests at the t Knuchel Home or and mrs Arthur de Raad and Little son of Hollandale Mian arrived Here sunday for a visit with relatives in this locality and to spend thanksgiving Mildred fourteen year old Daugh Ter of or and mrs Harley Brown submitted to an operation for appendicitis at the sacred heart hos Pital at be Mars sunday her parents made several trips Over this week to visit her Earline Parrot Mildred and Mil ton Wells motored to Sioux City saturday for a Short visit Clarence and men Dart Horne than of Lemars were sunday guests at the Home of their Niece and family or and mrs Gale Bergsma mrs Frank Parrot and mrs f Wells assisted mrs a l Craik at Ireton entertaining the member Saf the Aid Circle at the Home of mrs Craik monday needlework proceeded a delicious luncheon or and mrs Martin cuperus motored to Hull sunday for a Short visit with relatives or Geo Jenson of Sioux City was a business caller Here Friday or and mrs Milton hues Ink Veid and or Leroy Heusinkveld of Sioux City were sunday guests at the Home of his parents or and mrs a h Heusinkveld of Craig Vicinity or win Brown and daughter Margaret and or and mrs Arlo Brown of Paulina were sunday Din Ner guests at the Home of or and mrs Ora Grau q Hull news our Chad used for pneumonia j mrs v or and mrs g mans went to Chicago Friday evening and returned sunday morning 1 he Little baby girl of or and 1 mrs John Sas is seriously ill with Ilbrink Irr thanksgiving Day Kerr ers from Allendale Midi arc vice in ecu chm ii has let for Thinda a will be in the will be in the Roliand Iarj vice u Rovden news Rev Bajema of Sheldon was at Boyden tuesday on business he in the m Pels mrs l Batavia went to Soo j with ineds mrs Isacke who has been u quite ill at her imme North of town is Martin Van Jori went to Orange City saturday to attend the funeral c John Schar an american Man or Schat died from injuries received when the car he was Riding i 4th came to see or John or grooters and he Are braid Niem Bers of the Sheldon Home for i Sullivan he aged the Standard Oil station South in crashed through a Raili Street viaduct in Sioux City Ray Murphy of Sioux City visited in the Home of his aunt miss Anna fro i Here he went to Chicago to attend the big foot Ball at Dyche stadium Between of Here has changed operators the Northwestern Alci notre Dame Garric boys Are succeeded or Peter de Boer also of Boyden the Basket bail games Here for Day me honors bet Oen mull and Boyden the Boyden bos won their Bailie by a score of 0 to 13 the Hull girls put it Over the Borden girls by a score of about 5 to 20 or j c iches of the school or was 1iere on b Ine or was also it Hull or o or from Mii 1uia in Iliff mrs de Roos entertained a number of friends lat Friday evening in Honor of or de Ruos birth Day fell on that Day and great was the fall thereof de Haak and Peter Nieusma from j mull x d Are ii Unis in s this Vicinity j Rev and mrs 1 in Wistra and or j and mrs joke ver Meer wer at icon pts Krizaj evening tile ladies has sinary us Cihiy of that place cure cauliflower cranberries bananas lettuce oranges 3 grape fruit cabbage Green onions fresh carrots celery free delivery will and going so matter what make or Model of car you drive theres on Arvin to keep you warm and even on Covest Days Arvin offers an improved hot Heater warms the car Quick Lily and Thor Many other efficient types including a new hot air special for Fords Corne your Arvin and let us install it now b id Hrc Iso Vuen its a in at Tirc Rev m tra i Cir i n or hem a Iverd a i i Irr the of Corse St hrs Genire closed iat a Zvir Marie Svir Ftp c re itisikiiir1 our nor the j n lot Knovel k c is per in mis o look intercut thurs no morn Orrok n Chiordi of Boyden the Bordon cooperative Fink first place in the of i and urn Cream Rev 1 tie Yiv Ionn Butsie ill Rizii 5loux Center Iowa Tammi Gas grocery f famous for Fine foods phone 2g4 flour 49 Pound a sugar 6 ibs 37c powdered sugar 2 ibs 21c Coffee 3 pounds cheese longhorn Pound 32c Tea Mallory with dish free 2 pkg 75c Corn starch 3 pkg 25c pumpkin 2 cans 25c sour Krout 2 cans 25c peanuts fresh roasted i Pound 18c pork and Beans can Loc tomatoes soup 3 cans 25c strawberries Logan and blackberries can 35c carrots can 20c prunes Large can 25c oysters can 23c grape fruit in can r can 29c apricots Iare can 29c pears Large can 37c look Over our fruit and vegetable line do you need help painting White washing washing paper hanging phone 3 on 35 Martin Brommer notice a Good number to know when the feed bin gets Low phone 2 on 14 Sioux Center la i have one of the Best equipped feed Grinders mounted on a truck ready to do your grinding rates reasonable give me a Chance Blue Streak milling co r s Van Der Schaaf bring in your harness for oiling mens and boys work and dress shoes High tops Van Steenwyk 32351 0 Rule ukr Hunt mib Niit to operation or the use of Natii Juitt trusses As they All net inhere tin opening is 1 he is Seldom larger than a dime no matter the of the rup and All cases can he retained with the end of a Lead Pencil the spermatic Shiel Complex in combination with the Ket intr simplex Patent no 747247 and other patents scientific j highly Art it will not Only retain any Case of rupture perfectly but con tracts Tianpei Iii in 10 Days on the average infinitely Superior to any instrument method or operation Anil Perrid Neinl results in no other Vay stain As Are s Curt a it tune As further True Iii or or Iliili r re Baker windmills Baker Windmill towers Baker Windmill towers have been made the Standard Tower by the United wireless Telegraph co being chosen by that company As the strongest and most rigid Tower constructed by any manufacturer in the United states you can walk under Baker wind Mill towers without stooping Sioux Center Iowa kleins weekend specials sugar 6 ibs 37c honeymoon Coffee Pound 42c powdered sugar 2 ibs 19c Brown sugar 3 ibs 22c com meal 5 in bag 23c Community flour 49 in bag Pancake flour Moores 4 in bag 25c matches 6 boxes 19c toilet tissue 3 Rolls 19c Tomato soup Campbells 3 cans 25c Spaghetti in Tomato sauce3 cans 29c Chili con Carne 2 cans 25c pork and Beans honeymoon 3 cans 25c jell powder Butternut 3 pkg 25c Cocoa Honey Nixion i in can 19c raisins seedless 2 in pkg is splendid values in underwear now is the time to buy what you need the nicest line of Esmond blankets we have had in years g eneral merchandise Sioux Center Iowa Public Sale of sucking Colts i sell at Sioux Center Lulu nov 22 1930 commencing at Oclock 40 head of heavy draft Colts 5 months old and Ironi 1501 in alarms and ton sires conc better Ever sold at Sioux Center and they must be seen to be appreciated Sale to be held at Stock Yards Hilgh Mck Kitty owner Rex hug lies Sec Ramaker and de Vries act Oue to a severe srio1 t Wisk my will Sll conf i at 1 30 1storm 1 was not Ahler to Tret Sioux Center v n sat1 r Day nov 1030 at the a which we Van Den Berg leave orders at Farmers lumber Yard phone 3 on 68 medical or pro j j 1 m of a Kkt Jarus Gitin Iii Sheldon i Ima i my from i n i p u ii be glad to v charge or fit ii of ii Cir i in Lelih Siuy 14 x Dearborn St Chicago Iii Call us and get some real service Sisr phone 18 on 278 Sioux Center Iowa or leave orders at Baartmans plumbing shop phone 3 on 378

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