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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 02, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaYour publicity medium Well boost together Sioux Center new volume 39 Sioux Center Iowa thursday october 2 1930 number i i elevator managers and Farmers to meet grading and inspection Mill Federal and slate College men our cents of grading Gram re Tor Dit Terent Graue we f Ludwig of Alcester so Dakota has been appointed admin istra trix of the estate of Una la dram and the newly de wig deceased Bond fixed at method of Gram inspection confession of judgment has been Are Amons the subject i filed for with interest an to explained m a Gram grading its whereby Charles Van Citerer 1 blend on oct a Nesses himself indebted to the the comme Raal club rooms Ine meeting is being yield thru the cooperation of the Federal Grain on a note against John de Jon also i inspection service the town As John t de Jong forjstate3 department of agriculture 58212 with interest costs and at i service at Iowa state Tome fees j College the county farm bureaus the red Wing advertising co and elevators of Chis parc of red Wing Minnesota asks for co Contessie f m Slagle co for said amount s Van Rozeke asks for judgment i feed hogs and cattle Sioux county did not have g crop failure 1930 5 1234 6 7 s 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 15 20 21 22 23 2425 26 27 25 29 3o 51 a judgment against Joe Teveltrup doing business Aste Veltrup co of Sioux Center for merchandise agents and Etc in the amount of with interest and costs Henry Falke asks judgment Aston St in Csc Steichen on two accounts together with interest and attorney fees note secured by chattel Mort Gage and with interest and at Torney fees note secured by chattel mortgage and costs of this action Sam Veninga asks for landlords attachment for Back rent and judg ment for with interest and costs including statutory attorney fees against Bert har Melinec and John Harmelink or the Board of supervisors met september 23rd at this meeting they purchased a Coleman truck for they also transferred 566000 from the maintenance fund to the construction fund the Board also purchased Worth of Nursery Stock from the Owatonna Bills were allow Adjo Umed after which Thev Republican Campaign caravan state tile meeting will am 01 open All elevator id farm managers county is who wish to know More of Grain grades and How inspection is made Are being invited to attend the Farmers Grain dealers association and the West Ern Grain dealers association Are notifying elevator managers of the meeting three men from the fed eral inspection service and members of the fat mention service staff will conduct the meeting a Complete outfit of Grain Grad ing equipment exhibits and movie films will be provided for the meet ing by the Federal inspection men Opportunity will be Given for those attending the meeting to ask any question they wish concerning the inspection service and grades of Gra Iii which they do not clearly under stand convention of a r y m s at Hull la Del Yates from Marly Stales and 25 lira High class program in connection with the annual county convention of the Actu an exceptionally Strong Public pro Gram is scheduled at the first re formed Church of Sioux Center on tuesday Evenin oct 7th begin Ning at the pastor Rev l a Brunsting will preside a Large Community chorus under the direction of Henry Tepaske will present a Fine group of sacred numbers after the music supt m c Clark of Sioux City and Rev g w Hylkema of Orange City will speak Temperance education will be the general theme supt who can should Avail themselves Clark is one of leading educators of the state and is a great favorite with school people and the Public his subject will be the Little White school and the eighteenth Rev Hylkema is Strong Man in the pulpit and on the platform and is much in Demant As a speaker his subject is thex shall not pass before the evening meeting the missionary society will serve supper at a nominal figure supt Clark will be the guest of Honor and Wil speak it will be a Fine Opportunity to meet him personally of which All the Corn crop estimated at i 2800000000 by on july 1 2120i 000000 by aug 1 had declined to 1983000000 by on sept i As a result of the drought this har Vest would be the smallest in 29 yrs two months of a aimlessness had withered 29 percent of si7000000 j by of the Corn crop a Cash loss of i about the 1930 crop appeared to be 24 pet less than that of 1929 j the wheat crop estimate Rose i from 821000000 by aug to 838000000 by on sept i last years Harvest of 306000000 by was productive of this years Price depressing surplus the above figures on Grain shortage can mean but one thing for Farmers who have Grain in storage a better Price this fall than at any time last year when there was a surplus better prices on Grain invariably Means better prices Stock fed on Grain the past saturday 200 South Dakota pigs were sold in Sioux Center these pigs were shipped from a Community where crops had failed Farmers buying these pigs have an Opportunity to buy growing pigs at Market Price fatten them Foi Ordinary profits of feeding and ize a higher Price when they m my my Hie eleventh convention the plans for the second week of the Republican Campaign Tours which i will cover All the congressional disc american federation of reformed tricks in the state have now j Young mens societies a Christian completed the tour for the hrs reformed organization was held at week takes in the sixth first second Hull Loiva on september 24 and 25 fifth and third congressional Dis Delegate from mass new York tricks the caravan Lor the second new Jersey pain Colorado Mich j week commencing october 7th will Ohio Iowa Minnesota so Dale j cover the Western and Northern were present 1 he main purpose of this con parts of the state detailed plans for the meetings in these districts a i mention was to Plant a common in now being completed by the state Ali Siam m the various local societies j Central committee these meetings for studying social acid religious will be attended by the entire re pub problem of today christianity is Licau organizations in each District being seriously challenged and this or and by party workers generally the party making the tour a animation is honestly facing the Challenge will consist of Dan w Turner Cana Pep meeting wednesday evening dilate for governor congressman the meeting with a healthy l j Dickinson candidate for United fraternal spirit states senator Arch Vav Mcfarlane candidate for lieutenant governor on thursday morning Rev h i Kuiper headed the program with an John Fletcher candidate for at inspirational speech prof g e Torney general g c Greenwalt candidate for Secretary of state Agnes Samuelson candidate for superintendent of Public instruction Mark g Thornburg candidate for Secretary of agriculture Ray e Johnson candidate for state treasurer j Long candidate for state auditor Charles Webster and Fred p Woodruff candidate for rail Road commissioners h e Spangler state chairman mrs Gordon l Elliott state Vic chairman c a Rawson National committee Man and Martha Mcclure National committee woman will represent the state and National committees the conferences will also be at tended by the congressional Candi Date in each District the candidates for the general Assembly the county candidates in each county and those running for local offices the meeting in each District will be in charge of the District commit Teeman and committee woman assisted by the county chairman and vice chairman for each county in the District All precinct Committer Nien committe women and party workers generally will participate while the tour will hold Only one Central meeting in each District stops will be made at Many of the intermediate places along the route the eleventh District conference of the Republican party will he held la Siou City oct 8 at pm everybody is invited to attend Roelofs then welcomed the delegates several local leaders also spread some Western Sunshine the main speech of the morning session was written by Rev h Bouwma on modern j life and the reformed Young Rev Hylkema and Rev j m Dykstra spoke in the afternoon presenting problems which should be studied by local societies i on wednesday evening a Genera i program was held in the Christian reformed Church Richard Postma president of the federation acted As chairman and Rev h j Kuiper entered the program with a hat inspirational speech on thursday morning1 attorney i Tepaske was the main speaker his theme was reformed Young men As s the Gist of or the paskes speech was keep the Law yourself first of All As the sacred duty of a Christian citizen or the paste was optimistic about general political conditions and advised that intelligent voting was necessary to improve the obvious frauds which we do see or g Heyns was elected president i the federation for the coming 0 there is Small Force in Lawr their makers break Why not admit the truth for honors Sake Harry Kernp program Forenoon consecration service mrs w Clyde Welcome mrs j p Scutt reports Secretary Vars j d Bailey treasurer mrs Edw Teveltrup appointment of come utters election of officers 11 m plans and recommendations for the year memorial service mrs a Haverkamp Solo mrs we Maris lunch will be served at the Church afternoon pipe Organ numbers mrs h de Kraay devotions mrs Jacob Mouw Reading mrs Geo de a titter our achievements and plans in Sioux couty each allowed 10 minutes Boyden mrs t j Stientjes Ireton mrs John Rebenga Hawarden mrs w Dickerson Orange City mrs b d def Castri Rock Valley mrs Don May Sioux Center mrs Neal Jongewaard the woman Christian Temperance Union of mrs Gaie Bergsma mrs j d Bailey music Temperance teaching in the Home prof w r Sones the school mrs c w Pitts the sunday school mrs j p Shutt foreign lands or w r Sones w c t u song Leader mrs s b de Pree organist mrs c Vander Ploeg Flower committee mrs h j Schalekamp and mrs John Boeyink evening program Rev l a Brunsting presiding devotions Rev j m Dykstra program by Sioux Center Community chorus Send out thy Light Gounod psalm 118 is 7 de Heer is Mij Tot help in psalm 68 is i de Heer Zal Ops Taan Tot Den pm cast thy Burden upon the lord from the oratorio chorale from Iii do thou defend me Bach directed by Henry j Tepaske Marie Mouw organist address the eighteenth amendment and the Little White m g Clark Sioux City song Amer a the Beautiful audience address they shall not pass Rev g w Hylkema offering offertory miss Wilhelmina Vander Berg announcements on on o thou soul serbian Foik son chorus arranged by Tscha Ikosia Sung in unison Benediction the read a mrs Jacob h Muilenburg died on wednesday sept 24 at the i 77 years ten months and seven teen Days mrs Muilenburg whose Maiden name was Aaltje Vander Meer was born at Pella Iowa on no v 1852 in 1870 at the age of is she came to Sioux county with her parents on dec 27 1871 she was married to Jacob h Muil Enburg at Orange City the Young ill couple settled on a farm near Orange ready for Market providing the deut oct cite where they lived until 188i action is right that the hog Market i c Hen Thev moved to Harrison to will be higher this fall than it is no because of Grain shortage already August Dairy Herd drought to the Farmer right were being sold in drought areas Good advice now is to feed your cattle Well and keep enough hogs to consume every Kernel of Grain on the farm woman missionary Union convention held at 1st Kef Church of Friday sept 26 the reformed Church woman Licud their annual missionary Confer ence at Maurice last Friday Hhie Mir pose of the conference was to stimulate the missionary spirit among i Mir people particular pm Phasis was placed on foreign missions the misses de Keiver Leigh and 3rahani of the foreign Field were the prominent speakers miss weighs speech was particularly fitting the meeting was Well attended at the business session Mennig mrs Foi Dak in Douglas county they lived Here until the dry years moving Back to Sioux county in 1895 after living in the neighbourhood of Newkirk for a few years then moved to the Sioux Center Community in 1916 they retired from the farm and moved into town mrs Muilenburg was one of the few survivors of that Brave Type of woman the american Pioneer Mother she was born to Pioneer traditions her parents having been among those Hardy hollanders who settled the pc Ila Community they brought her with them to a new Frontier the then unsettled Sioux county and in her turn she was among those who led in the establishment of our last Frontier Oil the Prairies of us Dakota what a thrilling Book her life would fill a Book alive with the Brave struggle against stubborn nature there would be chapters on Back breaking toil loneliness and disease death and sorrow then there would be chapters with Thi a of Reward and the Joy of Cor uni All the lines 1 i quest was elected president and r would be devout with a laity i be roster reas anniversary celebrations or and mrs Steenhoven celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary tuesday september 30 or Steen Hoven is now 75 years old while mrs Steenhoven is Only Lour years 7i Thev have 26 grand younger children and child All were present and a Good time was had or and mrs Swiers celebrated their 45th anniversary wednesday october the 1st As a gift to their Barents the children had electric rights installed they have 7 child the Boot in the love of god the last chapter would Tell of patience in suffering the ills of old age for which a life time had schooled her and the last line of the Book would Tell of a Hope and Assurance of eternal Reward when the descendants of Brave pioneers learn properly to evaluate the work done for us a Monument will be raised to such mothers when the names Are grave on it that of mrs Jacob h Muilenburg will be among them it will be a Monument raised to mothers who reared a race Strong Back tall upright As the Pines who by the scale of a hemisphere shaped their designs tie bereaved or j h Mullen jilt Lull Cli la la Tel j j 11 a la Lull one stayed Over the week end org sons and daughters mrs s a it could not stay and celebrate so in returned to Michigan baby Beeves bring Good prices Des Moines Iowa september 24 Cven though the baby Beeves sold at he Iowa state fair this year did not bring nearly As much As a year ago the boys and girls Selling the Kascek Rock rapids mrs John Boevink mrs Ralph Boeyink Josie Muilenburg Asa Muilenburg Allan Muilenburg Harvey Mui Fenbury of Sioux Center i vivid Muilenburg Hawarden Hubert Muilenburg Orange City Brothers arid Sisters Isaac Van Der Maer Seattle Wash Cornelius Vander Mech Alton Iowa mrs a Kuyper Hollandale Minn Jacob Vander Mech Duront Iowa mrs c Van cutters Sibley Iowa mrs or a c Jongewaard Sioux Center mrs g Van Hull la collision calves were pleased with the returns As they were higher than most of heir fathers received for calves which they had fastened according to information furnished by m g Thornburg Secretary of agriculture who was superintendent of this contest j Garrit Vander Sloet driving a a total of 390 calves were sold Ford turning Corner at the the Sale this year the calves Avera Sicily Oil co to go West turned de 945 pounds net weight am in front of a car Oping North driving j brought an average of is 284 per j by Clarence Cleveringa on his Way Hundred Pound or a total average to school with a Load of boys the 1 Price of the 390 calves i Vander Sloot car is damaged pretty which were sold at the fair brought bad some of the boys were bruised a total of but went on to school

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