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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaSioux Center news volume 39 Sioux Center Iowa thursday oct 30 1930 number 34 District court notes court opened monday with judge c Bradle Maurice couple celebrated 50th wed Ding anniversary or and mrs Gerrit Brink of Maurice celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary tuesday the relatives gathered from far and near and once More enjoyed the of couple and shia the music furnished by their could w r t i a five of the twelve children of 1 he Petit jury Mil report wed or and mrs Brint Are Hving All of them near their parents there Are Ren grandchildren or mesday nov 5th instead of monday the 3rd on account of election the grand jury reported at i 30 p m monday they will probably be in session for several Days the Board of supervisors were in session with the township trustees to decide How Many Cement culverts vill be needed monday next Spring on a temporary writ of injunction was issued in the Case of Bert har Melink and John har Roelink or against Sam Veninga ordering defendant to allow plaintiffs on land leased from defendant tile Case of Marie h de Jong against the associated manufacturers corporation of America has been removed from the District court to the Federal court Northern division for trial attorneys for the defendant asked for its removal and the same was granted h Veldman of Hudson s d has been appointed administrator of the estate of n Kooima deceased with Bond fixed at notice in probate has been issued for nov 18 at 10 a m in the estate of Henric Gerritsen deceased list of Petit jurors list of Petit jurors drawn for the october 1930term and District court and ordered to report wednesday nov 5 1930 at 10 a m Harriett Art Ireton j Brink still has one brother Livin All of the children of his older de ceased sister were present they Are William and Sam Roelofs mrs m k seems and mrs John Bonne a from Prinsburg Minnesota and e j Roelofs from Hull or and mrs Brink were mar ried within two weeks of the great october snowstorm which Only the very oldest settlers remember or Brink tells of the hardships of that Winter when the country was covered with deep drifts of Snow in october which did not melt again until the following Spring it was impossible to pick Corn or get out of the country to get Wood for fuel or Brink had to go along Over the top of the Snow Banks and dig out the Corn which mrs Brink burned for fuel boy Pluss Rifle equals danger last Friday mrs Nykamp heard a banging noise in her House when she went to investigate she saw that one of the windows was broken and that a Little boy was outside with a 22 Caliper Rifle the rather Sioux county farms increase Cornelius Beukelman Dies at the age of 63 beet John Rock Valley paid the damages i this incident again Calls to in Iii the fatal Accident of but a few years ago when another Little boy was killed by a 22 Caliper Rifle the town then passed a strict ordinance against shooting in town this ordinance should he revived and enforced John Broek hit by Drunken Driver Bomgaars John a Orange City Brown r b Inwood Corwin f e Rock Valley Colen Lorander d Hull campagne Steve Sioux Center Calsbeek j p Orange City Dunlap Mabel Hawarden Draayom lib Hospers de Boer d d Alton Earl Kaaren h Ireton Faher Orange City Gordes George Hawarden Hofmeyer Henry Orange City Hoff Citra Neal Rock Valley Huise veld John Hull human Chas Remsen Johnson d g Ireton Koole Hattie Sheldon Kooistra John Rock Valley Lage Stella Hawarden Langstraat h Sheldon Mellers Herman Trenton Nettinga Jennie Hull i members of our i float Cornelius Beukelman died tuesday night at 10 Oclock after a severe ill Ness or Beukelman was bom in the Netherlands 63 years ago he moved to the United states in 1878 and settled at be Mars thirty four years ago he moved to Sioux Center and lived Here until his death the survivors Are or Abraham Beukelman mrs Anna de groot mrs Peter Berghuis mrs Bert Schouten mrs Robert Van drum Mclyn and mrs Dick Jansma the funeral will be held Friday at 1 Oclock at the Home and at Oclock at the first Christian re formed Church 0 Sioux county legion and auxiliary meet joint meeting of the Sioux county organizations of the american legion and auxiliary will be held in Grandville Post e tensile entertainment for the egg grading gives added thousands to Iowa poultry men is guv City journal for mers received several thousand Dol Lars additional for their eggs in 1929 As a result of improved Grad ing practices a cording to an an report of w d Termohlen agricultural economics Sec Grandville on Friday november 7 1930 beginning at pm the is planning an sex Frank Miles editor of the Iowa leg Bonaire mrs Gallaher of spen cer eleventh District come Pituc woman George Callenus of Gran Rille eleventh District commander and possibly others Are scheduled to appear on the program All legion Aires and auxiliary members Are urged to attend this meeting a whistling Church Ushers restored the number of farms in Sioux county has increased from 2801 on Jan 1 1920 to 2943 on april 1 1930 according to figures released1 by the Bureau of the census last week the state census of 1925 gave the number of farms in Sioux county i As 2860 an increase of 29 percent Between 1925 and 1930 while the Federal census results show an in crease of 51 percent for the ten a r period 1 he number of farms in the state of Iowa is reported As 216361 on april 1 1930 compared to 213439 on Jan 1 1920 an increase of in the United states As a whole the number of farms has decreased from 6448343 to 6297877 or 23 during the same period Ali greatest decrease in number of farms occurs in the new England Middle Atlantic South Atlantic and East North Central states the wrest Sioux county school notes Branch no 1 dedicated their new school last Friday evening the children gave an excellent pro Grain and or p e de Vries gave a splendid address to the children i and patrons the teacher and children of Wash Wigton no 9 gave a splendid pro the Gram last thursday eve South Central states Are reported As j Llort tn13 to City Ramblers last on Rural education having 109 percent More farms than the years ago and the Pacific coast states 123 percent More a gilding was beautifully and a Large crowd enjoyed the splendid program new pictures were added to Washington no 5 and Washington no 9 last week and new books to Washington no 7 Washington 1 cd ship is improving their schools both As to buildings and equipment county supt and mrs Chas h Orange Fues Dav night or de Mots Hurt in Sioux sky last thursday night while about to leave Sioux City or de Mots stopped near the curb to repair the earn More under attractive a rubber floor matting of Liis car Only i that they do behind Dull half balancing himself on one knee unattractive Walls the Well kept attractive school Seldom Lias any problems in a discipline in cause the children Are influenced by their we Are certainly pleased with the splendid fall decorations that we find up in Many of our Rural schools teachers can do much towards Mak ing school Homelike by having dec orations in keeping with the seasons our Rural schools should be made just As Homelike jul As comfortable s in Shihli children study better to Good standing Maiden tin Ushers of Nickel we Grandvill Nettinga make Hul Noteboom Gerri Orange Cit Oelrich Morange cite Oelrich Geo Orange City Roett Nan John h Hosp Reinders j j Alton reekers Joe Sheldo rens Ber Orange City Rickman Herman Alton Reimers Chris Boyden Rueter Hospers Stegeman Herman bo3den Schimming Fred Hawarden Shawhan t m Ireton Schilmoeller a Grandville Slife Bemis Hawarden Sneller Henry Sioux Center Schreuder Paul Boyden Stuart Herman Orange City Sipma sip Alton Sedgwick mrs Anna Hawarden top Ger Italton Vande Berg Douwe Sioux Cen Vande Berg Arthur l Soo Center Van Donsella Harr Hospers Van Haar s a Hull Vanpeursem Johnm Aprice Vlotho John Ireton Van Nevern Morange City Vugteveen he Bryrock Valley Westra n o Ireton Van Veldhuizen Andrew Hospers Younie russe Hawarden Yonker n Orange City when John Broek was driving Home last Friday Nite an approaching automobile drove into him no one was seriously injured both cars broke front wheels and smashed radiators or Broek had officer i e Veltrup arrest the owner who was too drunk to know what is All was All about r after a night in jail he pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness and paid a Fine of si600 and posted a Bond for the damages to or Brocks car it appears that he picked up three Popula Tion and started for n ride at per Kins his passengers became nervous and one of them took the wheel and was responsible for the Accident immediately after the Accident his passengers and left him to meet the consequences alone sheriff Synhorst jails two for transport ing alcohol the Maplewood methodist episcopal Church who scandalized the Congro j gation by whistling while the collection at the 80th anniversary service of the Church were re stored to Good social standing when i the pastor Rev Duane b Alir Icli of the Tion of the Extension service Low state College j cup Laincz their investigations in several comm the pastor instructed the us nines indicate that poultry men who Hisle eventide a Dollar it soul eggs on a gradual basis received about v cents a dozen More than if they had sold them on the regular Market the report san try t to Hundred meetings and inter views were held by Extension work Erst discuss possible improvements Inmar keying methods and benefits of egg grading were presented in 92 meetings in 17 counties marketing associations were assisted in solving their problems and assistance was or More was dropped into the plates they whistled exact 105 times Washington township farm Bureau to hold annual party i he annual halloween party of the h along came a reckless truck Driver driving a Light truck struck the i doctors cars with a glancing blow la magma the fenders this threw do Mots off from his balance and into the Windshield cutting a Gash in Liis heal and above right Eye he was picked up in a dazed Coli by a passerby the injuries Are of a minor degree and did not Handicap the doctor in his profession stopped to i the truck Driver never see what had occurred erratum two weeks ago we printed that the baby of John Wolfswinkel had a rowed due to a failure on the part of its father to close the milk Cooling tank this was an error the baby id into the Stork watering tank which never hns a covering overt and the father was in no Way Rispon sible for the Accident Hue to a mistake on the part of the state game department we stated that the pheasant shooting Days were this is nov i 4 5 14 15 incorrect they arc nov 1 in annual and special meetings j november 1st Washington township farm Bureau will be held in the farm Bureau Hall at Mcnally saturday evening and 15 5 6 14 o f various shows associations the report girl picks As much Corn As average Man Johanna de Roan a local girl is picking As much Corn As the average Man even Day she is averaging 80 bushels a Day and unloads her own Hul Man reports Tif Over which lands four in jail or Moss from Hull noticed an just South of Sioux Cen Ter lying on its top in the ditch last thursday Nite he stopped to look and saw four men acting mysteriously i bit farther Down the Road or Moss a Public spirited Man drove nto Sioux Center and called the her if who came out immediately the four men were still aimlessly and drunkenly wandering around a search of their car revealed Noth no but a search of a Culvert reveal d six Gallons of Wlochal the men arrested were four swedes from Klondike the Driver thus Beek was fined for possessing unlabelled alcohol and the free others Oscar Olson Andrew Stenland and Chris bjaasted were Ach fined for being intoxicated this is an annual event of Many years standing and the Large attend Ance indicates the Lively interest in the programs of games and old Ash Corn last she averaged 90 bushels the Field she is picking runs Only 35 bushels to the acre she is not a Large woman in fact rather Small weighing 115 pounds id standing less than 5 feet 4 in i Small is Man w in height she is but is years old the first psalm by Robert bums the Man in life wherever place hath happiness in store who walks not in the wicked Way nor learns their guilty lore nor from the scat of scornful Pride casts Forth his eyes abroad but with humility and Awe still walks before his god dear friends we have seen the Rockies How great is god our creator and How Denver Sanatorium our brother in Law or Niekirk is much better than we had thought for we have met the reickers the Bruins and made our Home at Rev and mrs Roze Boom and they certainly showed us a Good time or Koostra from Hull is much improved and will come Home after a Little we have also made a drive to Colorado Springs the tourists season is Over but we i had a Good look at pikes Peak former residents parents of Best baby Champion Otin wants Feiore Nis Liport t i i i eople t you have a Chance let your that Man shall thou Ash Ince the Trees on a Titch by the Stream let grow the fruitful top is spread on High and firm the Root below but he whose Blossom buds in guilt shall to the ground be cast and like the rootless stubble Tost before the sweeping blast for Why that god the Good adore hath give them peace and rest Bur hath decreed that wicked men shall Neer be truly Blest eyes rest on the we Hope to be Back again in our pulpit next sunday you remember our topics English in the morning the seven letters to the seven this Sermon remained of what we had two weeks ago Holland in the afternoon Gerlofs Verz Kering next sunday being closest to Reforma Tion Day we will emphasize this great historic event l a a nesting Wilma Elaine Goemans daughter of William Goemans won the grand championship Silver Loving cup in a Best baby contest recently Al Wahoo Nebraska Wilma Elaine also won the prize for the Best baby in her age class mra and mrs Goemans now of Mead Nebraska Are former Resi dents of Sioux Center the friends and relatives of the Goemans Are proud to learn that Wilma Elaine won the grand championship from two Hundred other children congratulations to Wilma Elaine surroundings i no glad so Many of our teachers have Learned that an attractive school pays in a year or so pupils and teachers of the Orange City Public schools gave a carnival last Friday evening a Inge crowd attended and it was a Success in every Way the Light Orange City team held the Strong Primghar team to six Points last Friday Orange cites spirit is there when a team can take the rubbings that they took Early in season and then come Back and play Good football like they have in the last two games if that spirit ice eps up Orange City is going to break out with another Strong team in a year or so a awarded and Rock rapids played to a scoreless tie last wee Kim both Hawarden and Rock rapids Nave Strong Well coached teams and both have played heavy schedules Hawarden has a heavy schedule rest of season playing Central f Sioux City i Mars and Spencer All three exceptionally Strong teams it will keep the Hawarden boys Busy to meet these three teams Hawarden ims Ali spirit and you can be sure mat these three games will be Worth going to see St Grade review booklets have been ordered and will be a cad to sync out in the near future want ill students Given regular work in to Weir regular texts and then additional work in Toluse reviews West Branch township have or died primary chairs and tables for All their Standard schools a Small project tending towards eradication of the Barberry Bush has arrived from the department of Ati culture these will be distributed to All Rural teachers in the near future we Hope our Rural teachers will make themselves familiar with this project before they try to teach t to the children and i Complete instructions Are in the pack age but get it under control before j you turn it on the children we have been checking up on the school bus Drivers the past month and so Sar we found that they All Stop at Railroad Crossings before in veg on we Are glad to note this and we want to have All bus Drivers of keep up the stopping at or Crost it is the Law it is you have other Peoples children under your care and it is you duty to care Tor them and protect their lives have checked several times and Are surely Gly that All our bus Drivers Are stopping at or Crossings or Charles h Mayo want to know Why Spence should make it for a Man to Ive to be 90 it his brain Dies at the age of 70

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