Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
2 Oct 1930

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2 Oct 1930

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 02, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaI Page Center news suffix Crater Iowa thursday october siderite authorities Are withholding the evidence and they May be right in doing so j speeding through our town has decreased thanks to the watchfulness of our marshal he is always watch f us and not very Many can slip Pas him you would be surprised if you j could see the list of speeders that j have paid fines on account of speeding through our main Street would find among them women police officers doctors merchants ne1k Groes and even a minister i f it is not a secret that our marshal i is making his salary right on the Street he is even making More than his salary our Council is wide awake and saw an Opportunity to have a marshal and to gain Money for the j town at the same time it is this last thing that aggravates the people who Are caught speeding that they have to help pay our taxes we would like to advise them that Sioux cent Ter can do without their contributions but since they insist on driving through our quiet Little town at a terrific Speed they have to pay for the privilege i next week we will Tell you something about Hen pecked husbands and if some of the readers of this column can Tell us some incidents that they have experienced we will be very great us for the information radius the Man on the other Edge of the circe reads the paper too is the item vital to him also or must the paper write what is local to each of its readers what a com plex of concentric and overlapping circles our locality would be i there Are some readers whose in rarest extends but a few Miles from j their own Yard they do not travel i and Seldom read the Community of such people is very Small is it expected that we address ourselves j primarily to such thar would be the easy thing to do to do it be to sink to a level of mediocrity on which Manv country newspapers live now there Are other readers whose interest outrun the immediate neigh boyhood in extend into county state National and even world dimensions they travel read think j to such people the term comm mtg or locality Means something entirely different Thev Are proof of the fact that ones Community is As Broad As ones interest that locality is As big As out oof j is it the primary purpose of the newspaper to interest such Reader it would be an ambitious task to 1 Funish local news to such readers we take it that if a country newspaper makes an honest Endeavor to keep abreast of All that goes on in its territory and interprets it terms of its widest significance it riot of interest to and Reader if it adds to this an Effort to include what goes on in Thi world at Large int Roeting it in tem of its local significance it can not be devoid of profit to its readers to Bis Don taunt note some write for wealth Power Fame or even spite myself the truth compels me and i write we Are making an Effort to collect All the account of Pioneer from those who have first hand know Eldre on the subject next March is tie Fortieth of Sioux Center at that tint1 we want to publish a full account of the Early Davs in order to he Able to do thai we must have the cooperation of All the old timers whose memories go Back that far and from All others who May have document with reference to that time you Are invited to the news office to Tell your Story i wonder if we Are not neglecting 3 worthy Field of Liten afire wifi we fail to read books of by great divines of the Nasr we not follow the soul in most lofty flights in trips1 efforts to win a Way to the Verv throne of god most books that Deal with Man alone and All his Petty numbere1 problems end much As Thev began with confusion Vorse confounded just recently someone gave of a proof of the value set upon to a copy of sermons by Henry Ward Beecher Thev Are the of a Man whose life struck fire from the Rock of Ages not the sober truth that hang like a millstones round the neck of the imagination a Load to sink n but the sparkling distillate of a life fermented with the love of a Dirci last sunday evening Rev Bosch started a Christian de Sujer of Rock Valley Iowa so Iii a Chevrolet to or l w Van 3uyn West of Cal Toner Gerrit kill will visit his Trothe Winlaw at Lodge pole so Dak this to rets or Artel mrs Peter Swier Are Nie Naing to visit their children at Chicago not week four children of Nick Mast and form Statenn visited friends in Colon if is John Sterrenberg and Daugher visited her parents at Valley Springs last week Chris vender Werf and a of is of Rients Are a a Hunting and Khing trip re Ruik and Topp had a demonstration of a two Row Corn picker t w2s a Seo Cess they have sold Ive two Row pickers this fall they also Jen prostration of a six Speed special week end specials look them Over carefully j sugar 16 ibs i i f re f s of of k s v f 1 be 1 1 f i 1 John Van Berkum is Home from Orange City Hospital for a Gaiter operation or Narf mrs Jake Bosch Johana Wolf Swincel and miss Janet Van Berkum were to Colton so or neat Moss Marten mocker dim Hartog and Albert Scheffer Are going after the fish in the Minn lakes Evert Hulshof i Home again from or Tiesen or John Roskam from Gandy Center was a visitor at Tony Rozeboom Robert h Remmerde had a birthday party mrs j Sandbulte and or and mrs Ben Schoep were to Marion South Dakota ave and mrs Tietema with there j son Caster have seen the Carmel people let sunday As the minister preached Here j or and mrs Van Henham from 1 Oscaloosa Iowa was in Church at Carmel sunday and visited we Rozeboom and other mis Ben Boone and daughter Lorrane were Sioux City hoppers of Swezy mrs Ralph Mirras had a quilting party both wednesday and thursday afternoons Al which time she entertained several of the ladies Aid society a embers of the american reformed Church the school members and faculty enjoyed a Weiner and marshmallow roast at the knolls wednesday evening after 4 Oclock having via Ted with relatives and friends at octet Dan la and Worthington Minn for a week mrs John Fredericks returned Home Jake Mitenis and daughter Eleanor and sort were visitors in the Ralph and Charles Mieras Homes saturday Ralph Miens motored or we Ami daughter to Sioux Falls so wednesday from which place Elmer Kirkuk met them and took them to rapid City so for a few welts visit or and mis Ben Boone were san Orrt visitors saturday j Schoep or from Orange City was a Maurice caller sunday re Stevenson worker for the american Sondy school Union spoke a few words in both the american and 1st ref churches Corn and poultry show the Boyden Grain com and poultry show will be held in the town Hall in Boyden on saturday october 11 a total of 45 prizes will be awarded to the winners in the various classes a big agricultural exhibit has also been arranged by the merchants of Boyden band concerts in the afternoon and evening has been arranged for As Well As lecturers from the Quaker Oats co Armour co the farm Bureau and others entries must be made on Friday oct 10 Gerrit Kooiman has purchased a Model Sedan from the Lockwood duis motor co Willis g Vanderburg was in Hospers the past weekend to bid Farewell to his parents or and mrs j w Vanderburg who Are leaving for Montana this week they will spend a month in Montana and will make their residence in California this Winter or and mrs Peter Kooiman Are moving to the place formerly occupied by Gilbert grooters on the West Side of town or and mrs Kooiman had formerly lived in a two room apartment owned by mrs Stutzman Gilbert grooters has decided to move to Sioux Center where lie Rias obtained a Job working in a garage Many of the Boyde nites went to Orange City last Friday night to see the pictures shone in connection with the Mission work among chinese mrs Siena Van Diepen Riad an operation at the Hull Hospital last week and is doing As Well As can be expected Many people of this locality Are partially sick from colds and flue the marriage of Margaret Bomgaars to Jake Doorenbos occurred at the Home of her parents or and airs Anthony Bomgaars sept 18th Rev Douwstra performed the ceremony we Hope that a lasting and Happy tic has been made it is reported that mrs Bob beaten was quite seriously injured when she Feli into the basement of her Home at present she is improving or and mrs h Hofstra of Edgerton formerly Blacksmith of Boyden visited at the h Vander a attn Home last Sun any e j de Goose made a visit at Borden saturday Nite he took miss Elsie Vanroekel Back to Sioux Center with him where the Young ladle resides or and mrs James Eggink from Glendale California came to Boyden to see or Gerrit Mouw the father of mrs Eggink who was Gold dust Lacre Kitchen Lenzer 3 cans pkg comments from afar h j r and the drinking tuns according to the lava none did compel Esther 1 8 a number of years ago it was also strictly according to the Law but against Public taste it was perfectly Legal to go into a Saloon and by drinks but is was bad for ones reputation to be seen doing it too often is it was bad in communities which aspired to prominence and Prosperity important citizens of a town did their drinking if any away from Home mothers warned their daughters against men whose Threath smelled of any alcoholic drink and fathers were most severe with boys who tried visiting saloons in order to impress the with their ers in the schools held Long illustrated lectures on the evils of alcohol on the human system and lecturers told us the number of loaves of bread which could be bought with the Money annually used for drink plays were written and presented depicting Little girls urging fathers to discontinue association with the Demon rum and give some thought to their sick mothers among the better elements of Mankind drinking was unpopular and the the Drinker always a horrible example to be pointed out to children snap each toilet soap 3 bars tissue 1000 Sheet tissue 3 Rolls 21 prunes Farsje size 2 ibs 25 butter quart Jar f 1 i i i j i 1 1 r or p e Ltd m in s r f i 1 r t e 5 e s e it we g b so f Down cake flour pkg 31 1 Anglo corned beef car Corn peas tomatoes cans apricots prunes in syrup 3 cans 67 pineapple sliced la can can Community flour 49 la overalls special clothes pins Good Quality 5 Doz 15 bread buns cinnamon Rolls cup cakes Anil cakes fresh every Day save every Cash Trade Coupon Gerrit to Page j i f h is it Jeffi in Ait Anil wit Ruwwe e Are att Fri top today drinking is still strictly according to the Law prohibition director Woodcock issued a statement that the making and drinking of Home brew would not be considered illegal by his enforcement forces it is no longer necessary for a boy to visit his sweetheart with the smell w of alcohol on his breath he is now allowed by Law to get it at her Bouse and since we have removed the drink evil by prohibition there is no longer any social Standar to prevent him from filling his whrite he is about it As a matter of fact the More he Dicks the More he can brag when he next meets Tilers of his own age even the Mildest tempered father insists that his son help g i m to 1 1 big furniture j i special starting i b i m 4 m p bottle the Beer Law and the drinking is according to the Lav and social Standard none do prevent revised persian 0 Little son of Hugo Moret is nursing a broken leg received while getting the cattle from the pasture the s vent old daughter of or and mrs Korthals is improving nicely after an operation for her appendix v it Iii ii ski acc Ixo Slobuc of he the news is b most Complete and up Odate furniture store 1 in the m 5 b 9ei k watch for special i s Clias Van ser Sioux Center Iowa m k of of of interest a letter Harrison 5 Dakota september 28 193 editor Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa dear sir i have perused with interest several issues of your publication Hope it would not be amiss to offer s few remarks on its evident merits t understand it is the Only newspaper in Sioux Center published in the american language i find the articles to be Well constructed the subject matter timely and the editorial comment Pithy and evidencing Good judgment and shrewd interpretation of Public opinion wishing you Success in your work i remain sincerely j Arthur running comment g e r among the Good advice we Are receiving from friends old and new one bit constantly recurs be sure to get in a lot of local this is excellent advice and no Stone is left unturned to find local news but the question what is local will not Down when is news local and when does a piece of information cease to be local How Large an area is a locality a Given item May be vital news to a Man living in a Circle ten Colton morning fire broke out in the House of l c Van Duyn but i with the help of the neighbors it was soon brought under control it was caused by cleaning the stove with a gasoline rag Willie Swarr returned Home last wednesday from the Madison Hospital where he had an operation for a broken appendix thursday Rev Scholten had visitor trom next sunday Rev Bosch will preach for the congregation at Carme and Rev Reinstra will conduct ithe sen ices Here in the first

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