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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa A yellow Leaf by itself is no such a pretty but when 1 hangs with thousands of other on its tree with the Blue sky a background it makes a strik ing a tree in glided it is clothed As if for a single occasion and then it i stripped of its Lovely for a few Days Short Days you can find these Trees in but hasten those appreciative for another week May erase much of this color from our already Many leaves have Mounds and drifts Are piling tip on lawns and Boul soon the Chilly North winds will toss and carry them about and Iowa will be denuded for Little boys and Little girls wont they anticipate the change of seasons with sex but some of us older folks feel a few regrets when the skies turn Gray and we know How Long our Winters can be and How we know that each snowfall Means shovelling and that fuel Bills mount when the wind comes out of the we dont see As much Joy in our coldest season As do the younger but i guess most of us accept our Winters with Resig nation if no much e e e my wife and i enjoy our childrens remarks when they talk of Christmas comes in the same Winter Means and Snow Means that the Way their Little minds for they have Little Conception of time someday realize Snow Means something More than but maybe were going to regret it a Good Deal when they christmases May not mean quite so much to us either when they Are that meanwhile just go on trying to find As much enjoy ment in the change of seasons As they then Well have 0 something to reflect upon when we Are some years speaking of being our eldest daughter passed her Sev cd Tift of Sioux Iowa official City and county news mar october ims Corn in alleyways of a Robt it common tight in Steux county again that to it illustrated in the above picture taken in Veret Franken farm Mollat Northeast of Sioux crib wat the alleyway loaded and temporary crib in the Yard Hald of Franken fun Thad hit picking Rich Frankeny wat Alto Wall tall Flad with hit in the photo at the right he it town elevating another Load nto the by late saturday afternoon he had hit a Robt full and wat about ready to begin filling the the Corn wat of Excel ent by the news tenth birthday this week by coincidence she lost one of her Large front Teeth Day before she it happened come out she and she wrapped it care fully in a piece of facial tissue and brought it to Tny office when school was i was out when she came and when i i found the Little still wrapped laying on my i knew what had happen and i could understand her Delight in the fact that the tooth was she Felt like others in school and it pleased her that neither her Mommy nor her daddy had to this want the first tooth she but it was sound the so now she goes to sleep instead of people in area who hav ent had an Opportunity to see the film Martin Luther will get another Chance next month when it is shown in the new High school auditorium the showing is scheduled for and there will be no admission an offering will be for the world Home Bible this film is important to most since it supposed to Tell authentically of the beginning of the if you Haven seen this you wont want to 9 miss this Hoeven Colls Lor Unity in working Tat farm plan representative Charles Loeven of Alton was the princ Al speaker at rally of 8th i strict Republican women in Range City second highest banking Man of the agricultural said the the and the integrity the government by the Eisenhower will win the election for the Republican party the Republican party is making Good Progress and with a Republican majority we can make even More Progress said speaking on the farm prob Hoeven expressed the wish that the Farmers the coops other farm groups would present a unified farm program to Congress which would transcend Harley spirit District presided at the afternoon meeting held in the court Amy Public relations advisor in sen Ator Tom Martins and miss state Central re publican committee member gave Short Art speaker of the House of and senator Dykhouse of Rock rapids were also present to be Ramaker of Sioux poured at the Tea table later in the a noon luncheon at the Village cafe was served to 78 Republican social Man to be in City John Field representative of the Sioux City social Security will be in the court House in Orange City on at 9 he will be there to assist the people of this area in filing claim for benefits and to give information concerning the fed eral old age and survivors insurance he will remain until All callers have been cared but in All he will remain at least one hour after his Maurice school class to three act comedy a three act comedy entitled take your Medicine be presented by the Junior class of the Maurice High school it was announced this the which has a setting in a private will be Given in the school gym at 8 bake Sale the helping hand Sac lety of Carmel will have a bake Sale october 15 at Johns Market starting at High school band performs for big crowd at Luverne while Sioux Center band members were not among the the High school band made a Fine showing at the trl state band festival at five winners were named in the festival held before a record of be contender in the b received the trophy in that placed first in the class c division and was followed by second place Rock Valley took top honors in the class cd division with Lake taking the Solo Baton twirling con test won by Stanley Rock Eleanor won in the group Baton twirling division won first with Nancy Nancy and Muriel Duncan on second place went to the team comprised of Nancy Janet Jolene Vahlenkamp and Joan in Flag Hawarden Janice Hammond and Audrey Evenhuis placed five Luverne Delores Judy Judy Marcia Herreid and Carolyn Bonthius placed Hempe advances to new scout Post Robert Field representative of the boy scouts of America in this area for the past three has been advanced to assistant executive of the Prairie Gold Council and will work out of fort he will take up his duties in the new position 1 and will move from where he has made his Africa missionary to speak sunday Robert Mission Ary to will be the speaker at a Mission county school convention draws Large crowds Here a crowd estimated at about wednesday night and a slightly smaller attendance thursday night heard Ray mond Vanheukelon give the two final addresses at the Sioux county sunday school Conven this was believed to be the largest attendance for any of thes annual events and those in charge of making arrangements were pleased with the Fine pub Lic the meetings were held three Days last week in the new High school appearing with Vanheukelom were the Kings Carlers from hundreds of Young people and and adults from All parts of the county and Many visitors from outside the county attended the three Bert Den Herder will preach Here Bert Den Well known in the Sioux Center com will preach at the first Christian reformed Church at both the morning and afternoon services which begin at and Den Herder graduated from Calvin Seminary during the summer and has accepted a inauguration set for president of a wac wednesday inauguration of Preston president of North Western Junior College and will take place wed the festivities of the Day will begin at 2 at science with an acad Emic this procession will have representatives from numerous universities and col j the collegiate convocation will be presided Over by the Adrian Newhouse of chairman of Northwestern executive the special speaker will be Miner Steg father from Trinity Call to Church the in recently organized calvinist cadets go to Sioux City Twenty two Sioux Center boys who members of the calvinist Cadet corps went to Sioux City thursday night to see the Audubon screen they were accompanied by and Dick and Al Henry test that will be held at the Sam bus drive first Christian reformed Church Willard Stev Here beginning at in Hulstein and the soloists for the evening will and t Sale dates claimed the following auction Sale dates have been claimed for sales in the next few weeks in this 18 Suter heirs to sell two farms and two pieces of residential full de tails will be found in and this Vaneldik auction 19 Edward general farm Faber and details in and this 26 87 acre farm near Sioux Horstman Moret and auction details in and thu 22 business building in mrs Therese Zimmer Man of owner Moret Klein details v in and this 10 Richard Complete dispersal 125 head detail in and to offering will be taken for mis Dejager gets sunday school position in Germany at a recent sunday school meeting of teachers of the army medical Havey de Jager was elected superintend ent of the sunday the sunday school consists of three the Nursery and beginners the primary and the intermediate and juniors depart about 20 persons teach the 200 children who Are enrol led in the de Jager has been stationed in Germany since Jan he is the son of and Henry de Jager of Al of the reformed topic for the afternoon message is the Pas sing and the permanent Brief greetings Denom collegiate and civic groups will also be an informal reception will be held at Heemstra Hall and the Public at at the first re formed Church Orange the inaugural convocation will be this service will be pre sided Over by Henry Colen president of the Board of an address will be Given by George vice pres ident of general professor of missions and Dean of Western theological Semin the inaugural address will be Given by Preston Steg on the subject our task in times of changeless an informal reception will be held in the Church Parlours after the the Public is in Boyden cow makes Good milk record announcement has been received from the Holstein Fries about 80 per cent of Cora in county already picked Nielsen to speak at Creamery meeting Here plans for a second special Stock holders meeting of the Farmers Mutual cooperative Creamery Here have been set for in the Sioux Center town it was announced this week by the meeting will be held at 8 and it will be for the purpose of discussing the buying and handling of special speaker will be Neilsen of Iowa state College at an earlier meeting in septem Ber was held in the and because of the poor some of the business had to be carried Over for further discussion at this october All Creamery members Are being urged to at tend this Deruyter ends speaking trip concluding speaking tour a two weeks in Central Eastern Nebraska and in George do Ruyter returned Home last she was a representative of the mis Sion boards of the reformed Church in America and spoke at a number of youth banquets and women missionary Confer travelling with her were Douglas missionary to and Ernest Cas missionary to the jews in area enjoys Balmy fall weather Balmy fall Days with falling leaves arid Bright Sunshine characterized the weather of the past while there were a few Days on the Cool the Mercury Rose to As High As 82 degrees the warmest Day the winds have been moderate to Strong and there was rainfall Only on the official weather record in Sioux Center is As follows 5 8 oct 7 8 o 10 11 71 68 59 71 80 82 80 60 50 37 35 50 55 60 yields unexpectedly Good in Many areas of county Quality above average and moisture Low with exceptions notably in the extreme Western port of the the Corn yield in Sioux county this fall is running unexpectedly Good with exceptionally Good feeding yields As High As 80 bushels to the acre Are especially in the Eastern part of the county and on into Obrien Wanda Den Herder Homecoming Queen Wanda Den Daugh Ter of and John Den Herder of Sioux was named Homecoming Queen at Northwestern Junior College last week at a student body miss Den a soph Omore in the College in Orange will reign Over when the red raiders meet fort Dodge on their Home hundreds of alumni Are expected to be on the Campus that Day and the Sioux Center girl is a graduate of the local High school in the class of 440 attend county 4h hear Ray Cunningham a total of 440 were served at the Sioux county 4h banquet held Here monday even perhaps the largest crowd Ever served at an affair of this kind in the the banquet was held in the new High school auditorium the boys and girls and parents heard Ray Cunningham Praise the work accomplished by the 4h clubs of other speakers included county Extension director Maurice eld Ridge and county 4h club the meal was prepared in the Public school Kitchen and served in the main tickets were sold by members and individual club the Extension Good will truck Sioux Center people who have articles to give Are reminded that the Good will Indus Les Ruck will be coming through own in the near Ian the association completion of America of of an official midget ditch Digger recently by coming events at the new High school auditorium 27 matinee 28 Junior class play i love Lucy 3 world Home Bible league presents film Martin Luther 8 vocal department music program Franken electric Center far digging in underground 11 first basketball lot of interest recently when it we vied for burying a Tele phone lint Landing to new real Fence in the Little machine Dugi narrow in the ground deep m three feet with minimum of game Boyden at Sioux Center uss for officers and enlisted production record by a registered Holstein cow owned by Rich Ard Burg Ormsby iceman Sells 657 butter milked 2 times 365 age when record began 4 years average quarts daily Iowa state College supervised the weighing and testing of the milk for this record and it is a part the Herd improvement registry department of the hol Stein Friesland association o f Granville club fined liquor charge the Granville club was fined and costs recently on a charge of keeping liquor of excessive alcoholic contents on the premises of a class b the Case was tried before judge Rodman at Orange City and the jury was out 1v4 hours before returning the Schalekamp holding longer 1 cent Sale for according to Auch Stet manager of county ask office in Orange much of the Corn being harvested is running As Low As 16 per cent in moisture Content and is so dry it is shelling the cobs in picking and storing operate Auch Secttor estimated that a bout 00 per cent of the Corn in the county is already which is Well ahead of the usual seasons harvesting what the average yield would be for the county As a Auchstetter guess but he said he thought it was run Ning unexpectedly Good in the Eastern two thirds and that it was considerably lighter along the Western Edge of the county where Rains failed to come All in the Sioux Center it appeared that Farmers were getting from 60 to 80 bushels per acre with quite a few exceptions both More and some Farmers were finding again that they would need All the storage space available for their Corn and therein a lot of Corn in temporary the soybean yield is less than last with reports ranging from 15 to 22 bushels per much of the bean harvesting has been delayed because of the dam weather of the past two Many Farmers picked their Corn first this year and Are now getting at their bean pastures arc much improved this week with a lot of Green grass again available for live Stock in this respect the recent Rains have been extremely Bill Debruin will head scout drive for funds locally Bill do Bruin will be chair Man of the annual boy scout finance Campaign in Sioux Cen according to word received 37 Lloyd Caulkins of be chairman of the Valley the Valley District of Sioux and Plymouth counties and is one of nine such districts in the Prairie Gold area coun Headquarters of the Council is at fort the 1956 budget is and will be used to carry on the boy scout program in 10 count ies of Northwest Only one percent of this amount is spent outside the Council oct Ober is the Kickoff Date and All soliciting should be completed by october the first time in Many Schalekamp annual fall Lucky two Sioux Center Bob and Chet were Quick to edit saturday that Luck wat on their tide when they bagged five out of 9 near Silver Theu were the Only water fowl they Caw that the opening Day of the they Are holding up one now two Blue geese and two White fronted Faber got two and Cooper shot by the Newt shooting hours shooting hours for the Sioux City area waterfowl Hunting lands Are listed below for the coming Flenall one cent Sale will begin on a monday and end on a sat Bill Schalekamp said to 30 calling attention to the Sale before which begins he said Iodate Sunrise will last longer this year and 14 hat there Are hundreds of 15 y outstanding he said he 16 roped that by adding two Days 17 to the length of the Sale 18 reds of additional customers 19 will have an Opportunity to 20 30 before Sunset John Kosters leaves for army John son of John Kosters of Sioux left tuesday for Sioux Falls where he entered the army As a two year he has been employed As a parts Man and handled implement sales at Kosters repair and Julis Koel of Ocheyedan has taken his place at the Young Kosters expects to rejoin his father in business when he completes military four local students in Central choir four students from this area Are members of the Central College choir it they Are Gary son of and Gary Boyink of Sioux Center Ruth daughter of and and Rew Dezeeuw of Sioux Center Frieda Vander daughter of and Tony Vander Wilt of Orange City and Carl ver son of Christine Vermeer of Sioux composed of More than eighty this group sings during morning Chapel services and for other it offers Excel Lent training in group singing in preparation for membership in the College a Capella choir and the annual Messiah this years choir is under the direct Ion of Robert instructor in pay fines Here on traffic counts Arlyn Mulder of Sioux Center paid a line of and costs for failing to Stop for a Stop sign at the Corner of second Street and main he appeared before Justice Martin Kulken after being summoned by officer John Vande produce truck driven by Gerrit Zeutenhorst of Sioux Center was stopped by patrolman Haze 10 for having no identification lights on the no flags and no a Fine of and costs were paid by the

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