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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 20, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Our soldiers in Korea Are thinking about Christmas Early this year for a special there planning what they Call operation Santa Claus and will distribute thousands of articles of school supplies and similar items to needy koreans at Christmas most of these things will come from people like you and me Here in the a letter i received from sp3 Lester de who is with the 7th infantry division in explains the plan and i think a lot of our readers would like to hear about Here is part of what this Sioux county Soldier has to say Many korean families still Are poverty stricken and Home less As a result of the korean they exist on the Barest necessities of life and must wage a constant struggle for survival against hunger and disease those castoffs items of clothing which you May have pushed Back in the closets or stored in the attic would be a godsend to these destitute items of especially childrens regardless of style or and particularly and cloth ing made of Wool Are toys both new or second and school supplies of All kinds would also be greatly appreciate the United states has pm ready established a reputation Here in Korea and elsewhere for generosity and Good lend ing a Friendly a willingness to help our More unfortunate fellow Man Are traditional american qualities that i am sure we All want to pre Etuate if you care to participate this Christmas program please address your packages As follows so that my unit will get the credit to operation Santa Claus sp3 u s 55468177 7q7th 12 big 8 column pages today volume 64 number j3 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official Clov and county new Sapir october is adverting property owner goes after councilman with Hammer Roghair fined and gets year suspended sentence faces second charge at grand jury hearing a p o fornia san Cal i hesitated to publish this a peal at first because i know How often were asked to give for one cause and but then my mind went Back to the victims of another War Back about 12 years and i remembered the Little Waits who descended on army garbage cans after every meal in kids no older than my dressed in rags that offered air most no from toe god knows they needed but there was a War on then and we didst have the time or Means to give it to i want to make up that this year by sending Box of Litho j Soldier de first bundle will soon i be on the Way the Community should mainly be proud of Tho cer Fine showing our High school band last those who saw the performance at storm Lake said it was even if these boys and haunt Wona top we could have been because Many of the players Are in the band for the first time this the drum Section was All new and Many in the Bass Section Are Green director Joe Wandscheer expeete4his band to show a lot of and were sure it perhaps this is indicative of the Industry loudness and tidiness of Sioux Center a of smoke has settled Over Sioux Center almost nightly been raking and burning leaves it is also a Good indication that weve enjoyed Nice people seem to want to get out and work in the the Junior class play next week should draw a Good it hits a popular title and there is seating space for this will be the first play pro a Sioux Center property owner in a fit of rage charged at a member of the town Council with a Hammer Early tuesday afternoon but was restrained from hitting him by two other town officials moments before the Hammer would have come Down upon the the irate Man was de Sioux Center scrap metals dealer and the member of the Council singled out to receive his Rath was Ross mayor Maurice Tepaske and councilman Gerrit Van Putten sized Roghair before he could land a Roghair was taken into Cus Tody immediately and turned Over to sheriff Harry later he was released on a he appeared before District judge Klay at be Mars wednesday morning and was charged with assault with in tent to commit great bodily in to which he entered a guilty judge Klay sentenced him to a year in prison and a Fine of the prison term was suspended on Good out on Bond Roghair was out on a Bond of at the after an information had been filed against him charging him with assault with intent to commit great bodily injury As the result of an incident in which he was reported to have threatened a widow woman who owns property just North of Roghair on North Rog hair is reported to have threat ened Albert Scheffer with a club while she was cutting weeds in her Yard Friday morn Roghair entered a plea of not guilty on this charge and his Case was grand bound Over to jury a hearing the in he was released on a Bond of swings Hammer the mayor and three members of the Council went out to visit Roghair for a discussion about Street and sidewalk matters tuesday afternoon when the second incident they filed into his shed one by one with Vernon in the when Roghair charged at councilman Vernon with a shout would kill mayor Tepaske and Van were immediately behind Vern on jumped on Roghair and Dis armed the town officials reported hey haunt had time to say a two Sioux Center children in circus two Little Sioux Center children who Are still re ceiling polio treatments in Sioux City will be participants in a three ring circus in the Myca swimming Pool this they Are and children of and Tim de about 15 or 20 Little act ors will be in the wearing animal june will be a Turtle and Billy a both children Are having taken lessons year around for More than a the event is sponsored by the Sioux City therapy the red Cross and Younkers will furn ish a special Little train and treats after the circus is word Totsc before he went of the year for the Duei Ion a Fly swatter is still the Best weapon against these wild things that Buzz the Bald spot my Ive the other popular insects at this season of the Boxelder dont bother after Ross they said they were on his since the shed they entered is the metals Deal ers place of business and that t was open to the Roghair quarrel with the Council and his neighbors dates ack several years and a num Ber of unsettled disputes have come up from time to the test involves his having scrap Metal out beyond his property it was on this matter that the town officials were going to visit him tuesday adult night school classes for Farmers being set up Here regular adult evening which under the local pro Gram of the Public Are being organized or the school year of according to agriculture instruct Paul these class sessions will be completely free to the Public and everyone interested is the following Are some of the topics which Are being considered Grade a social Swine tractor farm Machin Ery safety and fruits and Home several sessions on welding will be held starting october at in the Voca Dodge gome to highlight a wac Homecoming the Northwestern red raid ers will carry a three straight Victory record onto the Gridiron Friday night for the colleges annual Homecoming the raiders will meet fort the team that Defeated Worthington this 60 Worthington trounced the raiders a few weeks on the Orange City since the Northwestern boys have come through with victories Over 380 and coach Paul Colenbrander expects to have his team in near top form for tomorrows quarterback George Korver will be missing because of an but Sioux Cen ters Ron Juffer will go in his also scheduled to see action Are Duane Vander and Darryl Beernink in the halfback the Grid game at 8 will Climax a Homecoming week end 4h officers will hold training school Here on saturday the 4h officers training school for the 195556 girls and boys club officers will Bufi held at at the Sioux Center town mayor Maurice Tepaske of Sioux Center will give the open ing remarks on the responsibilities n 4h officer following the group will break Down into discussion groups As presidents and discussing Lead by 4h county presidents and Vic presidents with help of Fred Vanderham of Ireton and Blumeyer of Boyden Secretary treasurers discussion Lead by county Secre tar treasurers with the help of Ireton and of Sheldon reporters and discus de Clarence Kuiken Lead by county historians the help of Byron Sion with editor of the Sioux Center Lloyd Orange City will be in charge of recreation and that will of miss feature Wanda the crowning Den Herder a Parade and other the traditional Bonfire will be lit this to be followed by a Snake dance and variety tomorrow afternoon at the Queen will be crowned and the Parade will follow at 4 guests Are the red raiders will play their next game thursday against Estherville in Orange Fra boys attend Nat convention a group of local boys and their Leader spent wednes thursday and Friday of last week at Kansas where they attended the National going were Truman Wilmer Van Darrel de Boer Wilfred Wallje Vander Wilt and their instructor Paul Midwest College choir will appear on Hull program the Midwest Christian Junior College choir will make its first new Plymouth to go on display major advances in every phase of automobile with spec Ial emphasis on engine perform safety and styling will be incorporated in new 19561 welders Are hooked up for Gram will be the Western Chris Plymouth that will be displayed i the practice sessions will pro Btian High school offering Here Friday at the Sioux Imp ably be held november 7 and 30 minutes of and More followed if John Dick president of the of Hull and Pale has reformed Bible Institute at tonal agriculture this j Public appearance will be primarily a general in at the Hull Community trod Story meeting on welding Hall when the second annual and to set up some reformation Day mass meeting meetings on actual held at welding in the where also appearing on the pro tenant Plymouth has for a whole new greater Power and higher also featured for the first time will be the new push Button Musen of both with speak on the sons of the Fossey welding will Aid speak of the of in conducting this welding the reformation which eliminates j All sessions will close with a tons and Light i will give drive selector All Jake Huisman and sons Are urging everyone in this area to Hulst will Lead Devo the Andrew Baker closing people from All churches in this first Bathtub in the was area Are invited to there take this Opportunity to inspect installed in 1842 by Adam Tompis seating space for about Plymouth offers for to persons in the Degooyer advises Early mailing for servicemen abroad parents and friends of servicemen were reminded by Post master Don de Gooyer this week that the time for mailing Christmas packages overseas is Christmas gifts for men with Apo numbers should be mailed 15 and 15 to be sure they reach their Desti nation in time for this May seem a Little de Gooyer said some men in the service Are half Way around the and it takes time to get parcels to he cautioned against shipping perishables and advised Chi Elul be sure Ever pack age bears a return address above dont Del mailing packages beyond the 15 suggested by the Post off ice Foi of Creamery Dies Andrew manager of the local Creamery some 36 passed away very Friday morning Fol a heart he was suddenly lowing Yonker who has been living at grand died in a car at a service he and his and Frank Bonnema of were Enro Ute Home from where they had attended a wedding of Yonkers grand funeral services were held on Yonker was an Uncle of Fred Vander Weide of Sioux Centeri pretty Carollee de head Baton for it Sioux Center High school received the highest award for her performance it state Baton twirling contest at storm Lake sat and had the Honor of leading the band to a first place award in the marching Mill a was Sioux centers Only entry in the twirling photo by the news form Delegate to Russia to talk at farm Bureau annual meeting preparations Are being made for hundreds of Sioux county farm Bureau members who will be attending the annual meeting in the town Hall in Orange City at 8 Harskamp youth slightly injured in Auto Accident Donald Lee Harskamp apparently escaped with Only min or cuts and bruises late tuesday night when his car went off the Road and hit a driveway 7 Miles West and boy scout funds drive Kickoff is set for 29 team captains Are completely organized in Sioux Center for the annual boy scout funds raising Campaign it was announced this week by Bill de As has been done in previous team of workers will make Calls on individuals inline have shown scouting and will want to Debrui i stressed that about 95 per cent of the Money raised in these annual drives stays the Prairie Gold Council Northwest Iowa count where it is used in conjunct Tio with the year round scout ing most of the Money for these administrative costs must come from voluntary contributions said the response to the an Nual drives in Sioux Center is principal speaker will be her Bert a member of the 12 Man agricultural delegation thai visited Russia this he will show pictures taken in the soviet states and will discuss agricultural problems faced by that country As compared with those in United business to tin taken up at the meeting will include the election of officers the slate includes the following Candi dates Edgar Sheldon and Julius do Orange for president de Orange and Harold for Vic president Clar ence and Percy for Secretary Edward de and Herman for treas members of the nominating were Elmer Van Maurice chairman de Van Sioux Center Sheldon and the main speaker of the even is a he operates a Large farm in the Missouri River Valley near Whit his cropping program is supplemented with 700 100 cattle 50 Breeding Community who their interest in the about when Young son of and Jake Harskamp of Sioux was driving according to Deputy sheriff Ted the a Ford was almost a Complete who was Riding was taken to the Sioux Center Community Hospital and treated for cuts and at usually and he Hopes that at the local citizens will again give the movement their full Sale dates claimed 26 87 acre farm near Sioux Horstman Moret and auction details in and this 22 business building in mrs Therese Zimmer Man of owner Moret and Klein details in and this 10 Richard Complete dispersal 125 head detail in Adio 31 Gerrit Kraken general farm Faber and auction More details in and next Maurice school to present concert the Maurice Public will present a concert school october at the school Audi most of the program will consist of music by the school band under the direction of Harold me director of music at the featured on program will be a baritone Horn Solo with band accompaniment we Public is invited to this City minister Bible study Leader John brents hot will be in Sioux Center every tuesday evening to conduct Bible study sessions at in the basement of the Tepaske Law band wins High honors saturday the Sioux Center High school a incl returned Home saturday with highest honors awarded at the state High school marching band contest held at storm the under the direction or won a division i rating for n carefully executed marching routine that received the applause of by fire causes damage to Home an estimated in dam Ages resulted from an Early morning fire in the Kitchen of the Home of detest fire chief Rich Van Rozeboom snick the apparent cause was an overheated Kitchen he said the curtain and shades caught fire first and soon the entire room was enveloped in smoke and the entire Home was damaged by smoke the fire broke out just after 7 Sioux Center again has ample Supply of City water Sioux Center residents Are no longer restricted in their use of City the new 8 Inch pipe line from the Well site was put into full use the state health department has approved water Sample taken from the new pipeline and has Given the town permission to put the line into motor Tepaske Sale yesterday that anyone who wants to water lawns or shrubbery can do so now without conserving on the amount while the water now being used is coming from the two old there is an ample Supply arid water hauling is again being done from the town hydrant be Hind the fire local presentation of Messiah planned needed tentative plans were being made for the presentation of the oratorio Messiah in the Sioux Center High school auditorium during the week before Christ a special invitation is extended to All interested singers in the Community to begin rehearsals at the Midwest Christian Junior College this coming sunday at the committee in charge Hopes for an enthusiastic response in this so that final plans can be made for the local presenta 56 Pontiac on display Friday the new 1956 Mcatur Ling a completely new Hydra i an Iowa master Matic a larger Swine has appeared on numerous farm management and Swine production including the Swine Institute at the pasture for age livestock Day at the Omaha and the National farm Des he also contributes to leading farm magazines and has appeared on farm radio and to stories of his russian trip were published in news and town now is a graduate of Iowa state College with a masters degree in a trustee of the Iowa state College agricultural and a former member of the College Extension he has also had experience As a farm manager for an insurance he is married and the father of two Creamery to make Survey of what producers desire Survey among producers in this area will be carried out in the near future As the result of the discussion at tha special Farmers cooperative Creamery meeting tuesday the question of whole milk processing was discussed and it was decided that a More com plete Survey of opinion be car ried out among members filled the town Hall auditorium Neilsen of and Iowa heard state College discuss the problems involved in any changeover from Cream these will be to whole he said it was National meetings and the pub merely a question of time before lie is Berentschot Cream processors will be is minister at the Orange City taking similar he said v8 engine and 15 body will be placed on display in Sioux Center tomorrow morn ing at Rons motor concluding a record breaking 12 months period that put More new Pontiac on the Road than in other Pontiac has announced intentions to produce and sell even More 1956 Pete Pontiac dealer Here for Many says he would like to have everyone see the 1956 Pontiac and its big the cars be on display both tomorrow and according to a full in this weeks three pay fines on traffic counts three persons were fined Dur ing the past week on charges resulting from traffic the cases were heard by jul be Martin Dorothy de Jong of Sioux Center was picked up by officer John Vande Berg 7 on a charge of failing to Stop for a school Stop her father paid the Fine of and Johanna Kuyper of Sioux Cen Ter was charged with falling to Stop when meeting a halted school bus that was letting Oft pupils on Highway 10 patrolman Haze wrote the sum Mons and the defendant appeared octl7 and paid a Fine of and Herbert Kuyper of Sioux Cen Ter was arrested by Haze 17 on a speeding defective rear truck lights was also noted on the ticket and Kuyper appeared the following Day to pay a Fine of and slanders at the Bucana Vista col lege football Field and Ralso Tor majorette Carollee de Ruy Ter who led the organization through Tho miss de Ruyter also won top honors As a Baton twirler in i contest with seven other twirlers see band festival pictures on be lot sunday afternoon to in class c school she was one of four who received division i this was the third successive year the Sioux Center band received division i ratings in the state marching band it was n Beautiful fall after noon at storm temperatures were almost Ideal and Tho band looked smart in Navy and Gold upon returning the band staged a Victory March on main Street saturday night and won the enthusiastic applause of hundreds of saturday night shoppers standing on the i love Lucy will be Given by Junior class a recently published play with the popular i love will be san gel Here thursday and Friday next 27 and by a dozen members of the High school Junior Tho Light comedy taken from the popular television show by the same name will be produced for two wednesday and and one in the now High school the play is based on three of the Best liked television Lucas Home Zer and the falling i in with Lucy and members of the Junior class Are holding an Advance Sale of can be exchanged at the Ben store be ginning tomorrow the cast is made up of the following Carollee de Huyter As Paul Vande Berg As Marlene Mieras As Ethel Francis Rons As Fred Dorothy Sandbulte As Peggy Wally Vander Wilt As Arthur Wilma Hulsten As miss Carl Berkenpas As Virginia Oliver As Bill Roelofs As and Robert Harskamp and Gerald Bleyenburg As de Ivery Erma Voorderman is assistant and promoters Are Carol Grevengoed and Marilyn de Frost hits tender plants in county a Sharp killing Frost that failed to be recorded Here hit most of the tender Flowers and Garden plants sunday morning in scat areas of the temperatures during the past week have been Cool to moderate with the lowest readings in the 30s temperatures As recorded by weather Oliver Are As 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 observer follows 71 64 61 62 63 62 59 John 40 55 41 40 34 40 36 gospel i the Dairy Industry is Twenty Sioux county men were sent to Sioux Falls by the Board for their physical draft Board office closing afternoons because of the absence of the clerk who will be on annual the draft Board office in Orange City will be closed on the afternoons of and the office will be open again for a regular eight hour Day Coop will truck the Good will truck will Call in Sioux Center on monday a who wish to donate to this cause should have Donat ions at the George Siemen residence before 8

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