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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaThe Sioux Center news Page 3 wednesday. October 15, 1975 this is the Well Laid out and Well equipped cattle feeding Yard at the Arvin Schuiteman family farm East of Sioux. A Good nei9h��rs helped with the cutting of silage on 130 acres last week and filled the two 20 x 60 it. Silos at right and also packed nearly 2000 tons of ens Ilage in a Long pit located a Short distance East of the silos. The two Harvest re silos at left Are to be filled later with High Mois Ture Corn. They be had their spirits uplifted neighbors come at silo filling time to Aid of Schuiteman family j 4 this Large pit at the Arvin Schuiteman family farm located on a leased 10 acre tract a Short distance East of the cattle Yard was packed with nearly 2000 ions of ens Ilage last week during a silo filling Bee conducted by thoughtful neigh ors and relatives. When this picture was snapped by a Sioux Center news photographer the tractor powered Wagon at left had just dumped a Load and this was being levelled out and packed by the two units at right of the Wagon. Complete beef & pork processing service Cut meat costs for your family by having us process a half of pork or a Quarter or half of beef Sioux land processing & lockers 905 1st ave. He phone 722-3848 Sioux Center Iowa Bob and Kloyd Van Engen owners operators stays on his tractor until he disengages that Stop trouble before it starts an ounce of prevention is Worth a Pound of cure is especially applicable to farm safety it pays to eliminate every possible Hazard take every precaution. Be sure to follow the safety rules when operating a Corn picker. Or other farm machinery. It also pays to have adequate liability insurance to protect you from financial loss when accidents do occur. We Welcome the Opportunity to discuss your insurance needs with you. At your convenience Oil 722-Smi Wesselink insurance Agency Sioux Cut a lot insurance that pay when a Sioux Center reporter photographer appeared on the Yard at the Arvin Schuiteman family farm two Miles East of Sioux Center at 3 . On october 7 the Yard was full of people and there was a rumble of chatter Exchange of banter an obvious mingling within the crowd a Sprinkle of laughter now and then. A group of ladies busied themselves with setting platters of sandwiches on a Long table in the Yard and hot cof fee was being poured into cups. It All had the appearance of a neighbourhood social hour. But it was in reality a mid after noon lunch break for the Large group of volunteers neighbors relatives friends that had been at work on the Schuiteman farm most of the Day har vesting ens Ilage filling silos and pits and in general doing a Good deed for a family of six recently left through re cent death without husband and father. It was a moment that told the observer that silo filling bees while predominately experiences in hard Dusty work also of Fer their moments of fun their opportunities for socialization a Chance to break bread with neigh Bors they Don t see every Day but enjoy being around. Obviously too it was a time of Good feeling Between people one group uplifted by the Opportunity Tor be helpful to someone needing help in a period of Heavey responsibility and the other group the Schuiteman family brightened in spirit and mind by the generosity and help that seems to come when the need is greatest and the question of How Are we going to get it All done looms the largest. Those thoughtful people participating in the silo filling Bee Cut Corn still slightly Green from 130 acres Over a two Day period filled two 20 x 60 it. Silos Clear to the brim with ens Ilage packed another 2,000 tons or thereabouts in a pit and departed for Home on the second Day Well ahead of the supper hour. They left mrs. Schuiteman the former Wilmina Kaemingk daughter of or. And mrs. Ted Kaemingk of Rural Sioux Cente her four sons and 15-year-old daughter feeling both grateful and greatly relieved and More deeply appreciative of their Good neighbors and friends. One of the biggest jobs of the year was Over and done with in just two Short work Days. The helpers had brought with then four cutters on monday five on tues Day a number of ens Ilage wagons and they had gotten the Job done Well without undue sweat again proving that cooperative Effort a working together can produce miracles. The Coop Gas and Oil company of Sioux Center also caught up in the spirit of generosity supported the Good cause by contributing All the fuel required for the silo filling Bee another act that left the Schuiteman bubbling Over with Good feeling. Mrs. Schuiteman is convinced now that the family will make it in Good shape. Managing a 250-acre farm operation that feeds out approximately 200 cattle per year and raises and markets approximately 1000 hogs is no Small Challenge but the Schuite Man Bunch has the Confidence the know How and the patience to get the Job done one senses in visiting with the family. Their approach is strict by the list of men that assisted with the Iilo filling Bee appears under one of the accompanying pictures. But not to be overlooked is the group of women who also contributed importantly to the two Day Effort by furnishing food helping serve it and by cleaning up the stack of dirty dishes that followed each meal and lunch break. Women participating were mrs. Arnold Kaemingk mrs. Bill Kooi mrs Art Schuiteman mrs. John a. Schuite Man mrs. Elmer Vande Berg mrs. Melvin Schuiteman mrs. Ralph h. Vande Berg mrs. Tony Rensink mrs. Wayne Schut mrs. Harlan Vande Becj mrs. Don Vander Schaaf mrs. Wirner Rensink mis. Ellsworth Schut mis. Pete Schut and mrs. Glen Schut. Arlo farms to exhibit lambs Arlo farms of Sioux Center Iowa will be exhibiting 10 head of Suffolk and 2 Market lambs at the North american livestock exposition in Louisville ky., november 15-21, o f f Ici als of the show reported recently. Arlo karens will be competing against other breeders from All Over the United states and Canada for premiums which total some $125,000. The exposition which is one of the largest such livestock shows in the nation is expected to feature Moie than 3500 head of top Quality cattle and sheep. These Are the Good neighbors and relatives who staged a silo filling Bee at the farm of mrs. Arvin Schuiteman and family on monday and tuesday of last week. Front Row left to right Art Schuiteman Mark Rensink Arnold Kaemingk Ted Kaemingk Joel Schuiteman Elmer Vander Berg Wayne Schut Rod Dejong John j. Kosters Ells Worth Schut Tunis Kaemingk. Second Row standing Gary Rensink Greg Vander vet Roger Bomgaars Mark Schuiteman Garrold Van Berkum. Leon Schuiteman Glen Schut Herlon Schut Arle Schlmmel Bill Kooi Ralph h. Vande Berg Pete Schut Mark Sybesma. Top Row Melvin Schuiteman Terry Schuiteman John s. Vander Schaaf Jim Vermeer Alan Schuiteman. Others who helped with the silage cutting and silo fill ing operation who were not present when the picture was taken were John g. A. Vanroekel Harlan Vande Berg Garold Cleveringa Wilmer Rensink Harold Kaemingk Keith Vande Berg Atlin Vande Berg Harvey Vande Berg. Mrs. A mrs. Schui Kaemingk Yin Schuiteman of two Miles East of Sioux Center and daughter Anita Teman is the former Wilmina Kaemingk daughter of or. And mrs. Ted of Rural Sioux Center. Voters should Register prior to oct. 25 Sioux count ians were reminded this week that the deadline for registering As a voter to be eligible to vote at the municipal elections on tuesday november 4, is 5 . Saturday of Tober,25. Persons who have not registered May do so at the following Sioux county locations. Sioux Center City clerk s office. Ire Jorv Security savings Bank Dull City clerk s off ice. Mvi Ilder i City clerk s off ice. Fly Dewji City clerk s off ice. Rock Valley Rock Valley Bee of fice. Orange City courthouse. The county auditor s off ice at Orange City will be open from 2 . To 5 . On the final registration Day saturday october 25, for the con hence of late registering voters Audi Tor Bertha Rexwinkel announced. She said registrations could be made at the auditor s off ice at other times on saturday by appointment. Voters May also Register by mail. Forms Are located in several of the pos offices and Banks in Sioux county these must be filled out and then signed before a notary Public notary Seal must be used. Registration form should then be mailed to the county auditor in Orange City. The deadline for registration by mail is 5 . October 11. Sylvia Hulstein accompanied or. And mrs. Will Iam r. Hulstein to den ver colo., to spend the week end with the la t the i s daughter and Hus bad or. And mis. Dave Annema. They returned monday afternoon. Operating 250 acres of farm land feeding out some 2,000 head of cattle per year and raising about 1,000 hogs each 12 months gets around to being quite a sizeable project with the head of the family deceased but these four sons of the late Arvin Schuiteman of two Miles East of Sioux Center under the direction of their Mother and with some management assist f com relatives and Good neigh Bors think the Job will get clone As always. Joel 17, the oldest of the sons recently dropped out of Sioux Center Community High school As a member of the Junior class to devote full Ime to farming. He finds his late father s boots a bit d i f f icel t to fill but he s giving it his Best and according to his Grandfather doing a Good the other three boys Are Lef t to right Terry 13 Paul 6 Alan 11. They too Are willing to pitch in and help with whatever chores fal l within their Cap Abil i t ies. Schouten plumbing and heating . 75 s. Pm. 722-1261 Sioux Center Iowa nut incr one More pork producers buy boars from us than from anyone else in the world. Come in and see the big selection at the boar Power sales Center 3 Miles West of Rock rapids on Highway 9. Open monday through Friday 8 . To 5 . Phone 712-472-3765 Swine Breeding s y s t e m by Monsanto

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