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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Adults in hundreds of Iowa communities this week will be giving of their time and Money to help the boy scout program through another the fund raising drive started in most places there Are Over boy scouts in Iowa and it More than 95 per cent of the Money raised in this Campaign is spent on the scout program right Here within the the 12 scout councils Hopes to raise that int a lot of Money when we consider How far it has to like All his predecessors in the presidency since Eisenhower is serving As honorary president of the boy scouts of America during his Terru of of since 1948 he has been a member of the National executive recently he said of that it is one position Anc one office that i did not resign when i became president of the United he feels that it is one of the Best organizations open to Young boys for keeping them engaged in worthwhile 9 activities and teaching them a wholesome approach to every Day living and lets see that the scout drive is Success Ful Here in our it is wholly worthy of our basketball enthusiasts wont have so Long to wait for the first game of the the opening High contest will be against Boyden Here on vet Erans Paul Muys kens has had the boys working out in Short sessions and judg ing from what we hear the kids like their new Gymn the Sioux Center male which is under the direction of the old Joe Wand again this year is Cook ing up something interesting for v Public presentation in the next few be needing a lot of Burnt i understand a former Sioux Center Constance de daughter of de Haan of fair Field and a Sophomore at Par sons reigned As Home coming Queen there last the girls father was a m dentist in Sioux Center Back in the Sioux centers other College Homecoming Queen last miss Wanda Den looked Nice in the Parade at Orange she was certainly qualified in every Way to be a and of course it was an Honor for her to chosen at Northwest these Little red and Black Box elder bugs Are rather pretty to look at but bad to walk with hundreds of them swarming around our office door every afternoon i feel like in walking on Peanut shells every time i pass a few Birds would find some Fine meals right by our that is 9 if they like the tangy taste of Boxelder this is a Fine fall for getting outside work there is quite a lot of building activity in the Rural areas and of course the usual amount of fencing and of these Days have been Ideal for outside we Haven had a lot of wind and if the weather is drier than if you think the year int slipping by wait until you receive that annual Christmas Seal letter that will be coming through the mails its Al ways a jolting reminder that were rounding out another year and is time to get Busy with our Christmas Taci Al use those seals when they place them on every piece of youll be support ing a very Good these lessons have to be Learned again and it we know of at least one farm couple that May have paid too much for a group of photos bought from itinerant photographers working this by they paid Down for a photo album and signed a contract that probably binds them to pay the balance of about in monthly the album is Nice enough but the Price is right up Liere where the Farmer is i wondering if he is really getting what he is paying he might have done much better with a local but that the Way those deals once you let the paddlers you May be stuck for a lot More than they Tell you the Best is to Deal with local youre much big 8 column pages today volume 64 number 36 Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper october 1955 to flows advertising James boar win be speaker at a wac meetings Northwestern Junior College and Academy has designated the week of november 7 through 11 As their annual consecration i this year the speaker is to be the James Baar of the Baar is an outstanding speaker and is recognized throughout the denomination for his Appeal to youth and his evangelistic the College theme for the Sioux chosen As Mot county for 1955 crop Here Sioux county has been chosen As one of two Pilot counties in Iowa for the 1955 crop it was announced this week by Gerald Wilson of District the other county will be which was the highest county in the state last year fir crop a pilot1 county simply mans that Many pictures of the work will be taken for us in publicity Here and it is expected that Sioux county farm people will make a Good response during the drive in Henry Van Klompenberg of or Ange City is the Christian Rural overseas program chairman for will present sacred concert Here sunday the girls society of the first Christian reformed Church of Sioux Center will present a sacred concert of vocal music sunday evening in their Church the vocal groups Are under the direction of miss Henrietta ten the Public is invited to week is the Steps of a Good i he has devoted a great Deal of time to contacting solicit with meetings to be held at each Day in Sci James Baar ence daily topics will be announced at these three evening services will also be held in the churches of Oranie the theme for these evangelistic meetings will be Armor of the first of the meetings is scheduled for november 8 at the american reformed the topic will be the helmet of on wednesday the first reformed Church will Host the meeting under the topic of the breastplate of righteous the final evening service at the Trinity reformed Church with the topic shield of All meetings will begin at ors and township chairmen and old brother organizational the county Rickolt meeting will be held 1 in the Sioux Center town Hall at when All workers Are being asked to be commodities mostly Corn in Sioux county will be used to help feed millions of people abroad who face starvation if Aid is not most of the help will go to Asiatic people this particularly and other countries in the the Public is invited to All 65 attend 4h leadership school about 65 adult leaders and 4h were present sat urday for a work shop in the Sioux Center town they heard mayor Tepaske discuss leadership and officers responsibilities before dividing up for study Vanderham of Ireton helped the club presidents and Vic presidents de Kading of Ireton and Clarence Kuiken of Sheldon helped with the Dis Cussion for Secretary treasurers and Byron Hess of Sioux Center helped with the discus Sion for reporters and club his Lloyd Moir of Drange City was in charge of he recreation and Vanweelden will move soon Rev Van for Mer minister the now Dis solved protestant reformed Church in Sioux is considering two positions with Christian reformed one in Sioux City and the other in North either one would be a stated Supply which would not be considered permanent until after Rev Van has passed his exam nation for acceptance As a Christian reformed minister and plans to move from Sioux Center n 10 Days or two Martin Luther Pix be shown at school auditorium Martin a half Mil lion Dollar authentic production of the life of the Monk who Shook the world will be shown at the High school auditorium in Sioux Center novem Ber at dealing with the life of the 16th Century protestant reformation the film takes Luther from his beginning As a Monk in an augustinian Monas Tery to the world shaking diet of a production con sisting of a cast and Crew of 60 persons Riding in cars and followed by several trailer trucks loaded with equipment and Cost travelled Over Western Germany shooting scenes of Luthers student the Burn ing of the papal Bull and the Entrance of Luther into the City of most of the action of the film was photographed in the actual churches monasteries and castles of the since the town of in whose Church Luther is now in the hands of the the Maul Bronn monastery Church was used Tolje company managed to shoot exteriors of one Eastern zone Wartburg where Luther was placed in and where he translated the new the historic Hall in which the diet of Worms took place in was unfortunately Des troyed during the last the production Crew had to reconstruct the enormous after a careful study of 16th Century woodcuts and etch in the Afifa film studios in members and with extras 100 cast in the Luther delivered his fam Ous i cannot i will not recant the film is brought to this Community by the world Home Bible an interdenominational Agency engaged in the International distribution o f scriptures to the every one is a freewill of Fering will be Horstman Sale brings acre an 85acre farm in the Gerlt Horstman estate brought per acre yesterday at Public the located just West of Sioux was Pur chased by Jake Van who owns land just West of this the Sale was handled by Tepaske and auctioneers were Moret and Faber of Sioux vocal concert to be Given 8 the music and English departments of the Sioux Center High school will present jointly a fall concert at 8 in the High school it was announced this the program will include selections by the mixed boys and girls glee Tenor and baritone Novelty num Bers by combined girls sex Tets and selections by the All state chorus another interesting feature will be choral Ron Juffer Mokes vital touchdown for Northwestern Ron former Sioux Cen Ter High school basketball carried the across the goal line to conclude a third Quarter March that tied game and saved the Day the for Northwestern Junior College Fri Day night at Orange the freshman quarterback ran it across from eight Yards out and Jerry Roskens kicked the extra Point to fax the score at 7ali against fort fort Dodge at Halff Bruce Fox carried the Ball across from the 10yaiti Stripe in the second period and Jim Dolan did the kicking to put the red raiders in a Tough spot on their great Homecoming fort Dodge threatened again when the clock had Only two minutes to go before the final but the raiders withstood the attack that ended on the 8 Yard meet Estherville Northwestern will meet Esth Erville at Orange City to night at 8 Oclock in what is expected to be another hard the raiders will again be without the services of who has been one of the main spark plugs until he underwent an opera Tion that ended his season two weeks it was into Horvers Slot that Ron Ufler was pushed last week and he May be Back in there again the raiders will play Only one More game after tonight they will meet Luther College of fined each for illegal Hunting two Ireton Herbert Day and Robert paid fines of each and costs sunday when they appeared before jus Tice Sam Blair at Hawarden and guilty to charges of shooting pheasants in a closed season and Hunting without a were picked up with pheasants in their Possession sunday by conservation officer newel in Eagle make newspaper Plant group of 4h club reporters and historians got a first hand Leek at the inside of a news paper Plant saturday afternoon during their leadership workshop in Sioux they went through the news printing shop after blaring a discussion of How to write news shown in the photo above Art Olenda Van Marylou and Roger Schaan of Orange City Mary Den Judy Sandra Lee Thompson and Gladys Colenbrander of Sioux Center Sandra Kaye Heuer and Jay Van beak of Rock Valley salts of Maurice Janice Abbey and Joyed Toenjes of Ireton Margaret bosnian of boy Dan Laura Margaret and Alvin adult from by the news Minnesota Drivers License no Good Gary Boonard was up at Boyden by patrolman Street Ter 24 for operating a truck on a Minnesota Drivers he appeared before Justice mar tin Kuiken the same Day and was required to pay the costs but no Fine after he obtained an Iowa chauffeurs Large attendance expected at farm Bureau melting hundreds of Sioux county Farmers Are expected to hear Herbert Pike of Whiting Tell about his observations made during his recent tour in rus Sia at the annual farm Bureau meeting in Orange City Pike was a member of 12man agricultural delegation that spent about six weeks touring collective farms inside i Sale dotes claimed 31 Gerrit Kraken general farm Faber and auction details in and in this weeks 29 Tymen Sioux lot and furn Hans Faber details in and this 1 Harry Al general farm Morel and Klein de tails in and this 8 James general farm Moret and Van Eldick details and this 9 Henry near general farm Klein and see details in and next 10 Richard Complete dispersal 125 head detail in and to the the soviet he will be principal speaker at the meeting in the town Hall the program starts at 8 feeders banquet speakers named outstanding speakers have been secured for the an Nual Sioux county cattle feed other business to be taken banquet which will be held includes the election of new Ofthus your at Huu dec they flyers and the hearing of other seasons first snowfall lights followed by Frost Light Snow flurries off and on sunday were the first of the season for Sioux while not very heavy enough to accumulate on the rehearsals for the Christ Are Joe formerly with the department of agriculture and Bill Zmolek of Iowa state according to county Exten Sion director Maurice eld the banquet will be served in the Hull Community Messiah rehearsals being held weekly Here and in Hull the Sioux county chorus has Snow at times filled the air with Small the Snow came with Light rain that amounted to Inch mrs season firemen to meet next monday regular meeting of the Sioux Center firemen will be held in the town Hall at All firemen Are asked to be plan Fellowship supper the missionary Guild of the first reformed Church will sponsor a Fellowship supper on 1 at the it will Start at the menu will be Chicken ice Cream and Coffee or 36c of handels two weekly rehearsals Are Sioux first hard the second was held the was recorded at Sioux Center sunday after the Trees in the county were week before stripped of their leaves by mid temperatures for the past week were recorded by Volun Teer weather observer John Oliver As follows 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 72 58 61 69 69 56 76 42 37 40 51 30 20 53 two local girls in Western play Western Christian High school will present an Al school play this 27 and at the Hull Community building at 8 the dark is a three act mystery comedy by Ralph local members of the cast in clude Henrietta Eshuis and har Riet Garrett Rozeboom the North Wistern grip above foil team of Northwestern Junior College at Orange which hat 1tie record and takes on on the Home Field to Hen left to right arc coach Paul Colenbrander Nick clan Hull clan Sioux Center Duane Sioux Center Willard Sioux Canter Cliff Orange City Gary Maurice John City Martin Orange City Maurice Jamas Sheldon Harold to Oranga City George City Robert Glenn or City Wesley Leroy manager Jacob Van Don Orange City James Gerald Van Oran of City Glenn Van City George City Robert Lowa Paul Warrall Sioux Center Jerry Iowa Ronnie Sioux and Roger is another Bible meeting tuesday another Bible study meeting is scheduled for next John Berentschot will be in Sioux Center every tuesday evening to conduct Bible study sessions at in the basement of the Tepaske Law these will be interdenominational meeting Sand the Public is the final performance is tentatively scheduled for wednes december at the Sioux Center Public school auditor the final Date will be announced the Sioux county chorus is a nonprofit Community endear or to present the Messiah each year during the Christmas sea All chorus expenses have thus far been covered by the offering taken at the final pre no admission is the conductor of the chorus is Don Mccarthy of for the past two the majority of singers has been from Sioux Center and in addition to gaining More Talent from these nine music students get place in Allstate event two out of three local High school quartets and Erma to order Man will go to Des Monics 25 and 20 to participate in Allstate musical presentations As the result of auditions held at Spencer sat miss Voorderman received the distinction of being chosen first chair clarinet St in the nil state the Only one chosen in Northwest she was one of 54 launch scout drive in Sioux Center 200 persons according thirty Sioux Center solicitors started out this week to collect funds in the annual boy scout they planned to visit Over Fri the next few to Bill de local Campaign it is hoped that will be raised Here to help meet scouting expenses for the coming who is not visited and who wants to have his donation counted May leave it with Bill do Bruin at his shoe Lucy comedy to be staged Friday in new auditorium the Public school children found plenty of laughs in the comedy i love Lucy yester Day and Many of the Best scats in the House Are taken for tomorrow nights presentation to the staged by the Junior class the High the play is a Takeoff from the popular Tel Evision show by the same reserved seats Are still Avail Able and there will be plenty of seating space for those who Purchase tickets at the the play will be produced Only one revival hour pianist to be in City Rudy pianist for the popular radio the old fashioned revival and heard by millions around the world when Rudy Atwood he appears weekly with Charles will be at the Orange City auditorium the Public is invited to hear him and attend the All scats Are Hopes the Board that More of directors neighbouring towns will contribute the chorus last year numbered some 160 the Board Hopes to increase the chorus to More than 250 Lucas de local Huu chairman of the of an attorney and chorus Board pounced that copies of the Mes Siah will be for Sale at Cost Price at the Good 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 bake Sale the Golden hour Circle of the first Christian reformed Church of Sioux Center will have a Berentschot is min bake sae october at ister at the Orange City Johns Market starting at t 38c variety promised at Maurice concert tomorrow evening a concert by v the Maurice school band will be presented in the Maurice auditorium Fri Day october at the which consists of 38 is in its fifth year of having Harold me Gilvray us their the band recently took in the ninth District american legion convention Parade at be Mars and Morningside College band at Sioux five members of the band tried out for the Iowa Allstate the auditions were held at Spencer last one Janice was selected to play in the Allstate band As included in the Fri Day evening will be a baritone Horn Solo by Thelma Lerda accompanied by the other numbers will be two three selections and three novelties by the a trombone two Short solos by beginners and one special which is being advertised As a soloists auditioning and was the first Choice of the she was under the direction of Joe Wand instrumental music direct members of the two successful quart cts who will go to Dos Monics arc Robert Francis Virginia in Emerone Lam Mary Ann Eldora a Nile Jim Vando Berg and Phil Den the quartets were under the direction of miss Shir Icen vocal music auxiliary planning civil defense Home nursing course a course in Home nursing for civil defense for women in this area is being set up under the sponsorship of the Sioux Center american legion and classes will begin soon with Roberta As in members of the civil defense and Community service commit tees of the auxiliary Are work ing out plans for the project and have requested that any woman interested Contact Lynn Bierma phone 23053 before at that time books will be ordered and a schedule set up for the which will last approximately eight a tentative meeting time of on thursday evenings has been but May be changed to suit the convenience of Regis the Board of the Community Hospital has agreed to allow the classes to be held in the whore necessary equipment will be readily a woman trained in Home nursing is an invaluable Home and Community resource As an auxiliary nursing in thet event of enemy attack or Nat ural professional Mfd ical and nursing care would be available Only for the seriously ill or each family there fore should be insofar As to handle its own Home nursing needs in an emergency and to help friends and neighbors if in what president Eisenhower Calls this atomic age of All americans Hope and Pray for continuing peace throughout the but they cannot Over look the possibility that our country might some Day come under enemy coming events at the new High school auditorium 28 Junior class play i love Lucy 3 world Home Bible league presents film Martin Luther 8 vocal department music program 11 first basketball game Boyden at Sioux Center ask support plan reviewed for 1955 bean crops general rules of the govern ments Price support program for 1955crop Corn and soybeans were reviewed this week by John chairman of the Sioux county ask com the support rate for 1055 Corn in Sioux county has been fixed at per the base support rate for new soybeans is per As in past Loans and Purchase agreements will be a allele through the county ask Loans and agreements on Corn will be available until next May 31 and will mature next july those on soybeans will be available until january 31 and will mature next May chairman Draayer reported that a change has been made in the Rule governing the support rate applying to Oats and soybeans stored in a county other than the one where pro this the rate for the county where the Oats and soybeans were produced will last Loans on these commodities were made at the rate for the county where they were to be eligible for Price sup port on Iowa producers must have complied with their Corn acreage the Corn itself must Grade no 3 or better except that it May Grade no 4 Only on the Factor of test the Corn must also meet specified moisture requirements and be adequately to be eligible for Price sup new soybeans must Grade 4 or contain not More than 14 percent moisture and be adequately premiums and discounts will apply for grades and in the some cribs have been declared ineligible for Seal continued on Page ten

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