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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaAoe three Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa thursday oct 30 1930 f Lebanon Christian reformed Church Arthur kor pastor do not think that the members were disheartened like the people in Nehemiah Day they strengthened their hands for the Good work j funds collected and the building of a new Church was at once begun yet something More had to be done during the period of contraction a suitable place for Avo slip had to be found As the Case was the town of Lebanon was but Small and a place of meeting the Village that life in the life of the in great was the disappointment but div dual As in that of a congregation it is not always Sunshine was experienced by the Lebanon people on sunday evening Jan 30 1921 the Kev j j Steigenga who served the Church at that time had preached two sermons to two appreciative audiences on that Day since there was no meeting on sunday evening the janitor had banked the tires and gone Home the pastor and his family did enjoy their we Learned Sabbath evening rest in their Home when presently they noticed a Cloud of smoke protruding thru the door which leads to the Furnace room in less than an hour the alarming news that the recently redecorated Church edifice was afire spread thru the congregation those who reached the scene of consternation first attempted violently to extinguish the flames but to no Avail with pails of water and bags of Salt they did however manage to save the present Home of the pastor the entire Church edifice including the Christian school building was Laid in ashes indeed a severe blow or and mrs Lester Watkins and baby son of coming Kansas Are Here i on a visit with relatives i or and mrs we Torwelle and children motored to be Mars sat urday for a Short visit i or and mrs Peter de Vries 1 motored to be Mars sunday for a j Short visit with their son Harry and j family or and mrs Raymond Johnstan of Rudston Iowa were sunday guests of relatives Here or and mrs Gerit Kramer and family of Hospers moved Here the air or of the week Frank Keels reports the loss of several Fine sheep killed by dogs one night last week miss aha Wright departed for her Home at Blue Earth Minn after a i two week visit Here j or and mrs Amos in Ichardson and son Bobbie spent the week end relatives at Stanberry to children visited in the p Vogelaar Home at Carnes sunday evening Husker 35s by in eighty minutes 79 farm papers and 45 radio stations j or and mrs Arie punt of Are now advertising the contest and Orange City visited with d Schuller we look for thousands of people to j family thursday Rev and mrs Kots were Orange cite callers i tuesday 0 boyden7 news witness this spectacular championship More people than probably can be accommodated in our comparatively could not be found Siut when there i a will there is i Way the Church barn was re modelled and used Tor divine services from february till november of 1921 when the new edifice could be set aside for the lords service the Lebanon people had cause to a Cloice their disappointments had to be gods appointments As you May notice from the accompanying picture we May Wor ship in an attractive j and spacious auditorium the anti Fol pipe Organ which you notice in the background is a do nation of tie choral society a de upon for her appendix saturday morning at the Hull Hospital she rupture expert Here c f Reidich Minneapolis Minn Small towns a radio broadcasting wil1 demonstrate without charge his unequalled method at Sheldon Iowa thursday nov 6 Tower will be erected in the Cornfield and their will be for the first time mrs Melvin Harmon was operate in Kansas a National Hookup at the sound of every ear on the Barig Board can be heard Over All the Union had been attacked frequently recently j 1 hat we can expect Many a Reader but the Paivi was usually warded off of the news As a visitor in Kansas t by applications of various kinds is a matter of course will make thei Lay Nike however a doctors attention was needed which led to the operation Art g rooters who is teaching at Karnavar Iowa has been Home this week for a Brief stay and of course we will make them feel at Home Mong us As much As we can Rev Hylkema conducted services Orange City the Christian reformed Church Here sunday mrs John Webinga submitted to operation for tonsils the first of the week All 1930 wallpaper at half Price for the next few weeks at h j Schalekamp Sioux Center 0 Maurice news Lor a rather Small congregation need gift indeed 1 or c Breukel Naii is a very sick Man in the Hospital at be Mars his operation took inner than 3 hours last May our covenant Jehovah Grant our brother his Grace in an abundant measure and May he at some time to Able to meet with us again in health it gods will be otherwise we submit and we Are Happy to know that our brother has fully submitted himself to whatever god thinks Best we were glad to see a splendid array of Young people present at the v p society sunday sorry we could not remain Long but we Are thankful to be Able to state that mrs Dykstra condition has improved much we appreciate the prompt and efficient Aid Given by the two doctors and their assistants next sunday the afternoon ser vice will not begin at two Oclock but at on thirty this service will be in the English language and Rev g w Hylkema of Orange City will be in charge tile morning ser vice commences at ant will be in the Holland language or f c aug will conduct the y p society next sunday evening the pastor experts to preach for the Chr ref Church at Corsica so Dak in the morning and after noon sunday it was just two years ago that the Call to the first Christian reformed Church was accepted How fast the time goes we Are Tho it will be some time before he be up and around again funeral services for the late mrs g a Sheldon were held saturday Kirori the american reformed Church among those who attended the funeral Are the following miss Addie Sheldon fair Haven it or and mrs Arthur Yeager and Margaret from Hovd Minn or Tel mrs Nels Westre and Esther from Ireton or Brown Mil laugh Margaret from Paulina mrs a Hein and miss year from Melvin Kowie Kerk from Sioux City or and mrs p j Eernisse and Rose from Sheldon or and mrs Hunt from Minnesota and numerous other friends or a Groen visited at new hoi and s d All 1930 wallpaper at half Price for the next few at h j Schalekamp Sioux Center or and mrs j w hubers and or and airs de Van Rockel at tended the funeral of f Fedders at Pease Minn prof Roelofs accompanied the double quartet of Western facade to Prinsburg Minn monday they will Render a program at that Yil uce monday evening q Ireton news the members of the White Fani ily Heid a Surprise on their father or Thomas White in Honor of his 87th truthfully Able to say that we feel birthday anniversary sunday thirty no regret for having chosen to come to this important part of Northwest Lowa we came in Faith and the lord did not put us to shame those that wait on the lord and put their Trust in him shall never be put to shame by him of is Mav he Grant us Grace to love him More and to serve him better Hull news or and mrs Jake Kuiper from Valley Springs visited in the Home of grandma Mey Linic sunday the l Heemskirk family have moved into the Vande Brake Resi Dence recently vacated by h Moor log Riim Bers were present to enjoy to line birthday dinner prepared by the feminine members of the family a Hugh birthday cake with required number of candles graced the Center of the dinner table or White has Nade this Vicinity his Home since 1876 and is one of the True pioneers of this Section he takes Pride in the fact that he was the first to bring Gutter and eggs to what is now the Feidman grocery when that store was first opened Here shortly after that the town was platted in 82 or White is the father of 8 child Ren 31 grandchildren 12 great grand or and mrs Walter Schreur of Alton were Maurice visitors sunday or and mrs j Peelen visited in the Frank punt Home at Sioux Center sunday miss Gertrude Larn mers an instructor in the Rock Valley schools spent sir inlay Rufh her Friend miss Elnora de Jager j a Brink Herman Rouwen Horst and j Peelen Are motoring Back Forth to Sioux City every Day where they have been appointed to serve on the Federal grand jury or and mrs c Jansma motored to Sioux Center Friday where the hitter dental work done or and mrs h a Heusinkveld of Craig visited in the r Mieras Home sunday or and mrs Tom run motored to be Mars sunday or and mrs Albert Nagle and family of Sioux City visited in the can Gor cum Home sunday mrs Clem Simon and daughter viol la Rev in turned biome from the Hospital thursday Rev incl mrs Straks were Sioux City shoppers thursday mrs Neal Sclitt left for Marion South Dakota last week where she will stay for a couple to receive treatment mrs j e Mieras who spent weeks at Detroit lakes Minn returned Home saturday even ing misses Mildred and Eunice Straks miss Scifert and Bert Van ice saaid spent the weekend in Fella Iowa where they attended the Homecoming of College students or and mrs c s Heusinkveld and o e Ostlund motored to Sioux ciry monday mrs i c Hansman motored to Ruthven saturday evening to spend sunday with her parents and sister Nina Rev Hibma of Holland Mich is Here visiting with relatives and friends Minnie pen Ouden visited in the Gerrit fisc Home at Orange City tuesday Rev and mrs Straks Bernice and mrs Sam Schutt and children were Orange City visitors Friday Rev Kots occupied the pulpit in the first reformed Church at Shel Don sunday Rev Straks at Artir View and b d Dykstra of Orange City in the first Church Here r Vore and family and j lever ing motored to Laurel neb sunday to visit in the Elmer Gilspie Home Arie Klei Hesselink from Orange City visited his fathers Home this past Meek at Boyden or and mrs a e Brunsting from Orange City i sited the j p Moivan Home this week miss Hilda Kooiman was Home Over he week end miss Kooiman is taking nurses training at Sioux City or John re sink and or Jake Kooiman made a business trip to i ipe Sone Minn monday afternoon the Riggs Bros Medicine show has left our town Many Boyde nites find themselves holding tin Silver Ware and boxes of world Anious Medicine i a baking school has been opened at Boyden to remain so far three 1 Days perhaps some of the ladies will learn to Cook after All the Basket social which took place iat tie hitch school auditorium Fri Lite went off As usual or and mrs a e oilman and j or and mrs John a Kami Man were Boyden visitors from Edgerton last week i the Mother daughter which is to take place this week is expect to be a big affair a Fine program has been arranged Itie Junior class of the Boyden High school will present the play Witch your step in the Gigli school auditorium on thursday october 30 at Oclock in thei evening eve body Welcome Prairie View Kan in for oiling mens and boys work and dress shoes High tops Van Steenwyk is Ami shoe repairing the Arlington hotel from 10 am to 4 pm evening by Telephone appointment or c f Reidich says the retention Shields to i hold the rupture perfectly no matter 1 i what position the body assumes or j How heavy a weight you lift Thoj give instant Relief and contract the opening in a remarkably Short time the secret of their Success is in their simplicity an expertly adjusted device seals the opening Dis Comfort or detention from work it is practically everlasting sanitary comfortable and actually holds rup Tures which heretofore were consid ered uncontrollable i stomach troubles backache and constipation nearly always a Conse of rupture promptly disappear notice a whom we have j treated during tie past ten years Are i invited to come in for a free inspection a son was born to or and mrs j Plueger tuesday oct 21 Bertice Straks and John Den j monday night his name was win the fall is spreading its Hue of majority Over our Fields after a Rcck of grizzly weather in which the thermometer went a Little be lou30 the Sun came out and now we Are enjoying the proverbial in Dian summer the Corn is drying up for the Husker and the crib the pastures Are still Green and the Trees have not shaken off their costume a few impatient Farmers i Are picking a Load of Corn but most i of them Are holding off another 1 v Rek or two l i Cor picking time will be a Busy in Western Kansas and Many an outsider came in to take advantage of Good wages from Pease Minn Are Here or j Polinder and Moo sons and or Brink and his family Rev Harsevoort was absent last sunday owing to a state convention of tie Christian Endeavor held at Osborn Kansas whither the Donnine arid eighteen of his Young people went last Friday from Firth neb arc Here on a visit or arid mrs Luke ten Hul f with their son and daughter and or ten Hulsens sister mrs b Swift at the Home of or and mrs Henry Schakelaar a daughter was born last wednesday our hardware store changed hands week Herbert de Young and tier Vandewege who have been of crating the store a year sold out to Prinson Bros who Are in charge now one of our old German neighbors and at the same time one of our old est settlers departed this life last of rfcs children and two great great grand j Urdaz children relatives from the distance were or and mrs Walter Dunn and family of Marcus John and family of Hawarden Garr and Alvin of this Vicinity Bert Wing of Hawarden go of this Vicinity and la Mars callers sat Evenmo Gaylor Hoiting of Burnstead n d and son Donald or and mrs a s Scott celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary tuesday with their mrs Melvin Harmon from boy Den was operated upon at the local Lio Spital saturday morning last re ports she is getting along nicely or and mrs Glen Gibson and children from Sioux City visited in the Chas Gibson Home sunday Rev and mrs g Douwstra and daughter Fruena left wednesday for Sully Iowa to attend the Silver wedding of or and mrs s Douw a brother of the Rev from Sully they go to Pella to visit their son Howard and to attend the Home coming or and mrs h Druyvestein and or and mrs Walter Warntjes drove to be Mars sunday afternoon j paring for the Winter with storm to see Otto de Jong who i still windows doors and filling the fuel the Hospital but is improving a cellars or and mrs Ben Boone and laughter Lorraine visited in the Andrew Boone Home at Sheldon sunday or and mrs Hubert Case and son Elmer and or and mrs Art of Sioux cite visited at g j matters sunday or and mrs Ted Schreur Are in son Trivo the Rourl parents of a children Frank Scott and mrs mount Horn monday october 2s Fullerton and families participating i theadore meal my to was taken 1 hey Are pioneers of this Section to the Hospital tuesday morning for having heed Here Over forty years and were married at Taylor Iii congratulations Are extended and May they live to enjoy Many More anniversaries windows door Aad filling the fuel our Farmers while townsfolk Are pre blood transfusions his condition is not so Well the Charles de groot family Oggel and family mrs h or m men Sinuc and Alia and mrs a de Grot were entertained at a dinner in the Geo de groot Home sunday the occasion being Geo de groots birthday or and mrs h Brink or and rec ice aged so leaving a widow in ten children John Vander Velde of Emporia Kansas is Here this week in tie in Crest of the farm he still owns Here and which he has not yet leased for the Corning year but he has plenty of applicants the National con test is the subject of the Day in this Section the Field where the 16 contestants will exhibit their skin is Only 15 Miles from Prairie View the Date is Friday november 14 there will be at least 16 contest ants two from to Diann two from Illinois two from Nebraska and Tuo from Minnesota two from Iowa two from Missouri two from North Dakota and two from Kansas the 105 acres level Field with rows of one half mile Long is an Ideal Field for the huge contest the world record is now held by Elmer Williams of Illinois who Home office Boston Block Minneapolis this weeks offerings of your Community Sroor represent unusual values it is an assortment All at 23c take advantage of these specials Lay in an extra Supply sugar Graula cd 4 ibs powdered sugar 2 ibs Brown sugar 3 ibs Moores vegetable soup 3 cans matches Best 0 boxes Peanut butter Moores 16 of Jar preserves Moores it of Jar Pancake flour Moores 4 in Bap Oatmeal three Star Large pkg1 Corn flakes Post Toa sties Pep 2 for Rice fancy Blue Rose 3 ibs Kraut 2 size 2 cans red kidney Beans 2 cans Bartlett pears la Rojc can peaches Honey Moon can prunes to syrup larsix1 can electric spark soap 6 bars Macaroni Speagh Effii egg noodles Moores Cane and Maple syrup it no bottle 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c 23c general merchandise Sioux Center Iowa 1930 a 2 door like Kew 1929 a 2 door very clean 1929 a Studebaker Coupe 1929 whippet coach 3600 Miles 1928 a a Truch 1929 Chevrolet truck not a Stock truck 1930 Chevrolet club Sedan Low milage Orange City Iowa

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