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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Now that the world series baseball games Are Over perhaps we Settle Down to the prob lems of getting ready for i note that there Are a lot of storm windows to be put on Here in town and that my own Garden at least needs a Little cleaning up before the Snow starts to fall on yet i dont blame anyone for delaying these tasks until after the world series is those were fascinating games and it was pretty hard not to get in in the spirit of most peo ple i know followed them pretty but not my she thought the dodgers were a team supported by the Dodge division of the Chrysler corp oration and that the yanks were army boys organized into a baseball she Doest see Ida Mulder often enough to be wised up on these i watched a few innings on coloured to at one of the appliance stores Here in i was quite surprised at the qual Ity of the color and concluded weve come a Long Way in Tel Evision since the Early Days of experimental scanning trial was Back when i was a radio Ham building transmitters and receivers and getting in trouble with Federal communications Board sending out weak signals without a Lic ence to after that run in i gave up radio As a Hobby for a Bernard dog that kept me poor buying food for i should have stuck with radio and maybe by now id own a Chain of to these last four weeks have been a Little trying for us Here at the because of Mech Anical difficulties and other re lated weve witnessed a quite a number of errors slip into print and on a few Occas ions our faces have been quite any publication that prints thousands upon thousands of words each week to accept a few errors As but we hate it when some of the bad ones slip some people make of collecting newspapers slips in Type and there Are some Fine examples in every in the wedding stories seem to contain the and in this single let me quote a few examples without giving the Here they Are the nuptials took place in a setting illuminated by lighted roman the Groom was dressed in a Gay business wows were exchanged in Corner of the living room in the Home of the brides Par the attired simply in a Dove Gray and a single of pearls was her Only the maid of wore yellow the Groom Sang i move you truly As the Bride came Down the the Bride was Given in marriage by her wearing her mothers wedding the Bride was Lovely in a flown of Chantilly lace that fell to the for her weddin i the Bride chose a suit of vile following the wedding a reception was held in the Church Parlours for All the Blank officiated at the Exchange of following a Brief wedding trip the Young couple will make their Home since the Bride is employed at the local Telephone office and the Groom Sells hearing miss Blank Sang o Promise Maas the Bride came Down the aisle on her father s some people stepping into the news office next week i May have to look twice before know ing there has been a change of personnel in our it is a coincidence that miss Myna Hul who succeeds miss Marg Aret Kaemingk As our office is dark haired and 1 always ready with a pleasant the two girls look some what alike at first Myna will inherit a Little wooden Box used by her predecessor when she works at the High miss Kaemingk leaves this week after completing More than four years of service with the if she were seeking another Job i would recommend her most but i need say nothing for her in her next pos because girls dont Norm ally need the Bossy help in securing the kind a Job she will but i will say this for her after More than four years in this she is ready to admit there Are a few things she still Doest know much some girls think they know it All after just a few weeks in a were of to see miss Kaemingk but at the same time were Happy to Welcome miss a former Sioux Center is showing Michigan Farmers How to grow Corn Iowa Henry bought continued on Back Page volume m number 3 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper october 1955 second series of sulk polio injections for school children started monday hundreds of Sioux county children who received their first Salk polio vaccination injections last May will get their second shot in the series this week and it was announced by mrs Naomi Sioux county Public health the second series of inject ions was started monday at of Ranville for children in that children in the Sioux Center area will scheduled for next oct according to the schedule listed the Sioux county medical society and the state depart ment of healthcare sponsoring clinics for the administration of the second injection of the vac the vaccine is furnished by the National foundation for infantile paralysis for children who were first and second Grad ers in the 195455 school term and will now be second and third except those few who retained in the same this is a schedule of the clinics october 6 Alton Murphy Al Murphy october 11 Sioux Center Oelrich and me Lebanon Christian townships West Wel Lynn and Sioux Center Orange City Bush Mer and Van Orange City Hospers Hospers Hospers Holland october 12 Hawarden Eneboe and Hawarden Hawarden townships Bun washing Ireton Public Ireton Christian townships october 13 Rock Valley townships Sioux and Rock Valley Hull or Van Johns Hull Christian town ships Sheridan and Van Ellk of Orange City has been elected As chair Man of the Salk vaccination program by the county medical Hoeven to address District meeting in City congressman Charles Hoeven of Alton will discuss the farm pro Blem As one of the main speakers at the meeting of the eighth District Council of Republican women to be conducted october in Orange Amy Bradley of Manches who is on senator Thomas Martins staff in will speak on women rate with the Elizabeth Trei of eighth District Republican committee will present news from the state Central com these speeches will be followed by a round table panel using the title elephants trumpeting for the Paul Johnson of spirit Dickinson county will be and members of the panel will be Ladoux of spirit District program planning John Harker of Sioux Campaign activities and Martin Van oosterhout of or Ange Sioux county a Board meeting will be held at that Day in the court a luncheon will be held at the Vil Lage cafe at 1 All reservations should be sent to Charles Tye of Orange City by the afternoon meeting will also be held in the court Harley Rhoads of spirit eighth District will preside at the two a group of Orange City dancers will entertain at the afternoon meeting with traditional dutch the uss Forrestal is the first Navy aircraft Carrier to be completely designed far airborne atomic naval mayor urges fire prevention week Observance Here mayor Tepaske joined thousands of town and City mayors throughout the United states this week in urging residents in their communities to make fire prevention a worthwhile observe he urged Sioux Center residents to take time next week to inspect their heating equip ment and haul away collections of thrash that May have accumulated in and attics he also suggested that persons living in older Homes have their electrical wiring checked by a competent electrician at an Early overloaded electrical Cir Cuits is a constantly growing cause of fires these he the mayor said the second week in october is a Good time for a general fire Hazard Check up before Winter despite the fact that Sioux Center has been fortunately free of serious he we cannot relax our fire prevention 1956 Dodge goes on display Friday local people will have an Opportunity to see the first 1956 automobile with push Button controls Friday and saturday when the new Dodge goes on display at Sioux implement the Pushbutton system will eliminate shifting on Dodge cars equipped with Power flite drive and is said to be one of the most significant automobile advancements since the develop ment of electric head lights and Hydraulic the Pushbutton controls will be located on the left end of the instrument Jake Huisman and sons have invited the Public to come in and see the new Dodge to Morrow and preparations being made for big group at 4h banquet preparations Are being made for a Large crowd at the annual 4h club banquet that will be held 10 in the High school auditorium this is a county wide event and tickets have been on Sale for about two feature speaker for the even ing will be Ray who has worked for Many years with the he is expected to give an interesting All 4h club members and adult leaders have been urged to attend the it is expected that there will be ample space for everyone wanting to i of fits nearly 200 expected at Tri state teachers Institute at Hull about 200 Christian school teachers and administrators from three states Are expected to at tend the annual Tri state teachers Institute at Western Christian High school in Hull today and they represent 40 elementary and High schools in South Dakota and having a total Pupil enrolment of about All being affiliated with the National Union of Christian principal speakers for the Institute include Louis Bou minister of the Christian reformed Church of who will address the thursday morning session Earl stalk professor of history at Calvin grand also scheduled for thurs iday morning and William Vander minister of the third reformed Church at Kal will give an address on god entered teach plan soup supper a soup supper sponsored by the Young women Fellowship of the Central reformed Church will be held at the Church on october the serv ing time will be to the menu is Coffee and and ice everyone is 33c Sioux county soldiers get together in Kerm month talked about Back but it took Little doing to get the group All of the Tell Lars pictured above Are from Sioux county except Bill extreme who it from the rest left to eighth army Honor from Rock Valley John 76th from Rock Valley Herlan switchboard from Sioux Center Walter clerk in an ordnance Headquarters near from Rock Val Ley and Lester clerk in 707th ordnance from Rock Val Ida Mulder wins stylist contest Ida vanity Beauty shop operator in Sioux received the top award in comp edition with dozens of hair stylists in this area monday at the Sioux City coif eur Guild con she received the first prize this was the first time Mulder participated in a styling and she overjoyed with her serv ing As her Model was Vernon both miss mul Der and Mouw were seen on television Here monday night when scenes from the hair styling contest and Tea were shown on Channel miss hair was three pay fines totalling Here three All made by patrol Nan during the past week brought Fine collections totalling when Drivers appeared before Justice Martin Kuiken Steven Warren snieder of Sioux Center appeared on a charge of not having a Tail Light or Stop Light on his was picked up North of Sioux Center 29 and appeared the following his Fine was and Gerlt Koedam of Maurice paid a Fine of and costs 29 when he appeared to answer a charge of speeding with a truck hear Boyden on the Melvin brands of Rock Val Ley was charged with failing to Stop for a Stop sign two Miles West of Rock Valley on High Way 18 he appeared the same Day and paid a Fine of and few ducks expected for local Hunters on opening Day the 1955 Iowa waterfowl sea son will open saturday october and state conservation officers Are already report ing the arrival of Teal and other Early ducks in the local Hunters dont look for Good shooting this at least in the Early part of the the Lack of rainfall has reduced the number of potholes in the area and has Cut Down on the amount of water in creeks and none of the big Northern flights have arrived and if is expected that it will take some cold weather North of Here to bring the waterfowl a Brief summary of the waterfowl regulations ducks open season october 8 through december daily shooting on half hour before Sunrise to on half hour before bag limit 4 pos session limit 8 after first Days Only one hooded Merg Anser and one Wood Duck May be possessed any geese open season and shoot ing hours the same As bag limit and Possession 5 not More than 2 of these May be Hutchins or cackling or White fronted the entire bag May be Mada up of either Blue Snow or any combination of coot bag and Possession limit Wilsons snipe or Jack snipe open season october 8 through october bag and Possession Limio is shooting time is the same As for an Iowa Hunting licence and a Federal Duck stamp Are required for Hunting no Shotgun May be larger than 10 and must be plugged so As to contain not More than 3 waterfowl May not be shot with a continued on Back Page Harmelink installed in Canada a Large congregation witnessed the recent induction of the Herman former pastor at which took place the reformed Church at assisting in the installation ceremonies was the Arthur Van Eck of who presided and also read the installation the Jacob Blaauw of director of Canadian work among Holland delivered the ser Mon and the Molenaar of London gave the charge to the scripture read ing and prayer was conducted by the we vant pastor of Faith Church in Good crowds at county sunday school convention Bodnar to take pictures for Church Herald in Mexico Bodnar of Sioux Center has been commissioned by the reformed Church of America to take special pictures of Mission stations in Winne Bago and and Mescalero and new he left tuesday and will be gone about 2v4 his pict ures will be used in a future Issue of the Church a reformed Church publication of wide state woman will speak Here tomorrow evening Nenn Iowa state i College Extension will discuss building healthy personalities tomorrow in the Sioux Center town the which will begin at 8 is open to both men and women and the Public is urged to this meeting is part of the Sioux county Extension service educational program and is sex to be of interest to boy scout funds drive plans Are discussed at meet plans for the annual boy scout funds raising Campaign that will take place in the Prairie Gold counsil area 25 were discussed monday night at a meeting in Orange adult represent Ives from Sev eral towns and including Sioux in this area were present to map out a Complete set of plans for the they heard a report of How the scout funds Are used and How they help the grouth of the scouting the boy scout representatives discussed the need for trained professional help at the Council level in developing a Well rounded scouting program that brings the maximum benefits to the most there Are boy scouts in the 19 Northwest Iowa counties that make up the Prairie Gold pays Fine of after beating up wife in Hospers it Cost an Man to beat up his wife in Hospers while on a trip to wis he was charged with assault with intention of doing great bodily injury when he appeared before judge Rodman in Orange he was picked up in Hospers saturday the Man was Maxwell and Accord ing to Deputy sheriff Ted Berger rested in the Orange City hotel until after her husbands Hoogland didst know yesterday if the couple went on to wis Consin or Rev Vanheukelom urges return to flock7 tuesday in inspirational j address last meeting tonight most of the chairs on the auditorium floor and some of the bleacher scats were filled tuesday night at the High school auditorium i Here for the Sioux county sunday school North Sioux women raise at Mission conference the sixth annual conference of women missionary North Sioux reformed Church in was held at the first reformed Church at John Smith presided at the morning and afternoon John Straks of Orange City had charge of the song services for the the Welcome address was Given by Rozeboom of the Host Church and Smith re Lemmen of doctor of Sibley and Rozeboom of the Host Church had charge of de special music for the Day was furnished by Carmel and Sanborn addresses throughout the Day were Given by Dyk Stra of Rock Valley Edward Tanis of rep resent Talve of the Mission Board miss Wil Elmiria missionary to India for 38 and Jacob who works with the immigrants in the total offering amounted to which was a regular offering of and the literature offering of let ters were read from harm Elink of miss Jonge Waard of India and miss Huizenga of the ladies of the entertaining Church served the Spring business meeting and conference will be held at the Bethel reformed Church in hostesses will be the Melvin and Spencer Large crowd sees first wire Rama Iowa first wire Rama was held on the George Hoffman 4 Miles North of Ida it was sponsored by Northwest Iowa Power and member Rural electric the purpose of the affair was to show a farmstead rewiring demonstration and its Advant a Large number of Spect a Tores from Northwest Iowa and surrounding states were in at Tendance during the Day and guided Tours were conducted at various the Hoffman farm is now wired for present and anticipated All Yard wiring on the farm is under the farm is served by the Ida county Rural electric it is estimated that 90 of the farms in As Well As the rest of the United Are inadequately wired for pre sent loads to say nothing of anticipated according to the opinion of electrical and agricultural the wire Rama program was staged to bring these facts to the Public notice and to offer advice Coni Kerning the necessity of ad1 equate Sioux hatchery to hold dinner meet the Sioux hatchery and feed store will hold an invitational dinner in the town Hall wednes Day Bill Juffer said the dinner will be for cattle feeders and speak ers Are being arranged area gets rainfall again this week fears for a dry fall were allayed again this week As More than n half Inch of rainfall reached most of Sioux the rain came from Gray skies that had been threatening off and on since sunday and did release a Small amount of rain monday the bulk of the More than Inch in Sioux came Early yesterday and in heavy showers around the noon by mid afternoon the sky was Clearing and there appeared to be no More rain in the temperatures have been mild to Cool during the past according to weather records kept by Volunteer observer John they were As Fol lows for Tho past seven Days 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 77 71 61 63 72 73 70 47 56 40 41 45 55 00 12 deadline for Deer licenses less than a week remains in which to apply for a 1955 Iowa Deer Hunting conservation commission officials said there is an application deadline of october applications received after that Date will be Deer License applications Are available from All state conserva Tion and must be returned with in Check or Money order to the conservation commission offices before or on october Deer licenses will be sent out after that on october 1 a total of 2700 License applications had been re for the 1955 deep Farmers Are not required to apply for special Deer permits As they did last year for Hunting on their own demonstrator will be at de Ruyters Lcona Home serv ice director for Domestic sewing machine will be at the de Ruyter hardware store Here tomorrow from 10 to 5 and women in this area Are invited to come in and see her use the new Domestic Coffee and doughnuts will be Community Hospital news and Alvon Gaalswyk of Rock Valley Are the parents of a daughter Barbara Joan born on the they were released on the and Francis Leloux of Rock Valley Are the parents of a daughter Joyce Ann born on the Mother was released on the 2nd and baby is still at the Robert Weber was admitted As a medical patient on the continued on Page ten Farmers willing to accept controls for better prices forming new organization a group of Farmers who have expressed their willingness to accept reasonable government controls Over their production and marketing have called a meeting tonight at in the Sheldon Sale barn for the purpose of petitioning the government for 100 per cent of parity for farm a part of a movement that apparently got its Start in Adams i mail these Farmers Are mail attempting to organize a nation wide body to be called the National Farmers organization for the purpose of getting our fair share of the National they Are asking for a immediate floor of on hogs and per Hundred on Good to Choice the Sheldon meeting tonight is one of several planned in this part of the Middle including one in this All Fann ers have been invited to Box changes color the old Olive drab mail Box that stood in front of the Post office on main Street has been replaced with an attractive White and Blue Box on third Street the change of color is a recent for government mail boxes have been painted a Dull Olive Jeannette was the first woman member of the House u Tho crowd adults Young people heard mond Van outstand ing Michigan Call for those who Havn strayed from Christ to in compared them with stray sheep lost form the Hock and said they would be lost it they remain away from this was Tho first of three meetings another was held at the auditorium last night and the final meeting will to this evening at Vanheukelom is the convention speaker for each even to is pastor of the first Church at a former army chaplain and the writer of sunday school lessons in the Church special music for the Convent Ion is being provided by Tho Kings consisting of trumpet and Vibra Linro accompanied by Frieda Vanda Brake of Sioux All it these meetings Are open to the school band among 21 competing at Luverne saturday a formation of Jet aircraft from the 17sth fighter inter captor South Dakota air National will signal the Start of the fifth annual Tri state band festival Parade at saturday at the Sioux Center High school under the direction of Joe Wandscher will be among the 21 marching bands which will take part in the Rol Orfil competing from Sioux Center in the Baton twirling contest High school auditorium at at 9 will de both Carollee and Brower were entered but due to Tho Large number of Tho up per clansmen since Lesley is an eighth grader she will not be Able to compete this will go to fair grounds where they will pass in front of the judges re viewing this years judges include four of the upper Midwest leading College band Gerald University of Minn Stota Ray do Dakota University of Frank South Iowa state and Morningside concluding the Days program will be a massed band concert under the direction of Gerald an estimated musicians will take All Bond members will be guests of Tho Luverne civic and com Merce association at a Buffet supper following the band con governor designates 13 beginning of crop week governor Leo Hoegh issued a proclamation last week designating crop Christian Rural overseas program week to be Gin november at that time farm to farm canvases Are to be conducted for food and Cash in the interests of the overseas re Lief work the before becoming Iowa gov Hoegh was Active in the crop campaigns of his own he assisted in the col Lection of Carload lots of Corn for the feeding of the destitute by the american to said that crop is doing a Ter Mendouse amount of Good in the and he wished Iowa to Nova successful 1955 crop a program of the National Council of churches of Christ in the crop has furnished for the needy overseas pounds of the National councils department of Church world services continues to look to crop for most of the food used in its world encircling ministry of Iowa Council of churches crop director John Nolan said that nearly 80 of crops food gifts Are used now for Christian work in the asian nearly 40 is used among refugees in

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