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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 1, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa I knew that Little piece i wrote with Tongue in Cheek a few weeks ago go comes now a skilfully done parody from a Anonymous woman read it follows with my remarks in parentheses in a recant Issue of the Sioux Center news you set Forth your idea of a bachelors in not trying to instigate family but i believe that be cause you Are a male you have overlooked the fact that a female might also have her idea of a perfect i to me its not the idea of completely isolating ourselves from either men or women for a but the fact that at times All of us e would like to be free of All adult for want of a better we girls will Call our National holi Day a gala Day for the our group will include Only mar ried women with no pro vision is made for the children on this Day As we Are assuming that the fathers will take Oyer in this women always Al assuming that the men made no provision for the children in plan Ning a bachelors Holiday so Well not try to figure out who takes care of the children on the gala Day for the hear the tramping feet of the Suffran would select a Day late in August when there Are Green Sweet apples and to Matoes to school clothes if to family reunions to plan and in addition to getting the childrens and medical checkups attended to before school Why bring up All those things our Holiday would Start at Sun on this no married woman would not even to fix the before she or Iron a shirt for her bus band to Wear to if he com u Plu ined that he had several but tons missing on his shed merely Ell him where she kept the Button and leave with riot a care on her some wives have done that before at the school grounds shed meet dozens of Young women shed never seen away from their Ami lies women who had for gotten How and irresponsible a single girls life had women who were free to make their own decisions without ask ing Friend husband what he thought cant you just hear the chatter now from the school women would scatter to the swim Ming the picnic to the City to some might enjoy a Foj Long drive without children crawl ing Back and Forth from front to Back seat dripping ice Cream Over everybody As they without a Man telling them to get into the right Lane if they want to turn right at the next without a husband interpreting a Road map for them As if they read a map for some prob ably would entertain former or College girl friends of whom i Treyve recently seen very Little for no reason except that their husbands never cared for the men these friends some girls marry the strangest dont they the girls would eat what they wanted go where they wanted completely unshackled by responsibilities and family Obliga they would spend for what Ever struck their i guess some women have never done i have Faith enough in women to know the family budget despite the absence of their the girls would be Well be have they would find it hard to adjust to this new free Dom but insure they go wild despite what some men Mimi there Are some women who cars would arrive Home at the end of the Day with whole a scratched and unmarred paint after weve transporting rather precious cargo All year getting children to and from Hus bands to and from aged to and from the grocery women whole been Good wives and Moth ers All wont be destructive and careless just because there on their own for a i might agree cautiously on this the Day would end with a big picnic at the the food would be prepared by the same group who took Over at the mens it int quite Clear whether this committee was composed of men or but we have a suspicion it was a female who said women Arent necessary at the picnic All the women would Exchange recipes and every body would have a wonderful a Short Well planned program including a discussion on what appreciation and cooperation of All members of a family will do in making a marriage a Success might be agree this kind of a Holiday would give a woman a new lease on mar i doubt that it cou4 per w a Nentl smooth rough matrimonial but a change of perspective might i feel sure that the husband would have a finer appreciation of his wife place in his life and his Home if he were completely Cut off from volume 44 Numi Ift 21 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county new Sapir indians defeat in first encounter three men missing for second game with Valley the Sioux Center Ball club Defeated Rock Valley last week wednesday night in the first of a two out three game series to deter mine the Northwest Iowa league Layoff they drop de the 5 to 2 before a arge gathering of fans a three run Edge in the opening the indians succeeded in bringing in one More in he fifth and another in the seventh inning to gain a Safe the Rock Valley club threatened in the seventh when they Rought in a run and had two men Eft on base at the the Side etl Rcd in the eighth after bring no in their last but they were unable to rally after pitching for the indians was Dave Vander and Lehudis behind Home Ron Juffer hurled the last 1 innings and Annex out four the indians and rocks we scheduled to play their second ame there last three Reg Lars were missing from the in Dian Gerald Sand Wayne Juffer and Ken de manager Lane Bruinsma tanned to have Les the Groten mis on the Mulder will head Bowling Alley with the building almost com lated this plans for the All and Winter Bowling season Lere Are being team Cap Ains Are asked to turn in lists of Leir team members to Ernest Community bowl Mana see letter to editor on Page 3 Mulder will have Complete charge of the Bowling Alley and the he is asking that mation requested above be turned in by it is expected that league bowl grounds the i ing will Start sometime in the Sec Ond week of but no definite Date for the opening of the recreation Center has been legion players end 102 season the Sioux enter Junior legion team won their final game of the season against to establish a 10 win 2 loss Tegrotenhuis did the pitching and Vande Berg top batting averages were listed by coach Paul Muyskens As Fol lows Darrel Marv in Tegrotenhuis Roger de Stigter and Wally Vander Wilt All Junior legion and midget baseball players have been asked to turn in their suits clean and attach name to uniform to identify september 19s5 Tomb Stone puzzles finders briefly mystery is solved a Stone grave Marker turned up by a Bulldozer on the Midwest Christian Junior College grounds Friday had a lot of people it bore the inscription Alviria wife of Winterfeld born 1882 died 1905 there was no evidence of a grave anywhere in that so the presence of the Stone remained a mystery until it was reported to the news a series of Telephone Calls and a Check with Vander Ploens funeral Home Here revealed that 1 Winterfeld is still alive and is Liv ing with a Donald Shearer at 2 his first was buried in the Reading cemetery near ire ton and that the Stone found Here had once marked her 3 when Winterfeldt second wife died some years her body was also buried in the Reading cemetery and that two Iden tical stones were purchased for the two 4 they were or dered from Charles Vander who then lived in the Home now owned by Henry Van Voorst near the 5 the Stone found near Ahe College was prob ably left there when it was removed from the the Sioux Center midgets established 13 win one Ion before being knocked off in the tournament by from left to record for the season Tholf defeating All the teams in this area front they Are Denult Hugh Vander Doug Zylstra and Nordlt Mouw Back Sim Robert Howard Kenneth Lubbers and Roger Lee not in town when this picture was taken were Bruce ver Larry Vande Jim Ken and Vince de top batting average for their Boyi were Zylstra Mouw de Stigter Bruinsma and Scheffer j by Bodnar Money bag stolen from local store a Money bag containing about in Cash and checks was stolen sometime saturday afternoon from the Ben Franklin store in Sioux Deputy sheriff Ted Hoog land reported this the bag was discovered missing saturday Hoogland but the robbery was not reported until monday after a thorough search of the store had been Rich Kroon for help for flood victims in East an Appeal for for red emergency Relief for flood victim sin the battered Eastern states has been chairman Rich Kroon said this and he asked All residents of Sioux county to help raise that amount of this is not a lot of Kroon but it is much needed to help carry on the red Cross Relief pro Gram in this disaster contributions will be accepted Sioux break into cleaners take few pieces of clothing operating under the cover of darkness broke into the Sioux Center cleaners building Here Friday night and made Oil with two women coat Sand two pairs of Gerald owner of the reported that they took no they gained Entrance to the building through a Side window by breaking the the loss was not considered i addition Complete the new addition to the Sioux Center which is visible at the rear of the was being hurried to completion this week in preparation for the school opening next for the first time in the there will be eight teachers on the faculty and facilities for eight photo Bodnar Christian school registration Day will be tuesday with a substantially increased enrolment expected again this the Sioux Center Christian school will begin registering pupils at parents Are requested to accompany their children to school for one months tuition and bus fare will be payable at the time of pupils entering kindergarten this fall must reach the age of 5 by following the registration of a devotional service will be held at the Bethel Christian re formed beginning at for All Board members and friends of Christian at the conclusion of the pupils will return to the school and buses will Load up at 11 to return children to their Homes by because of delays in the comple Tion of the new the opening of school was postponed a there will be eight class rooms this year and eight teach members of the school Board Are Elmer president George Vic president Arie Secretary John treasurer Dick arced Barney mar Ion John Ernest 1956 county fair dates Are chosen the Sioux county youth fair Board has set wednes and August 1415 16 for the dates of the 1956 Sioux county youth according to Maurice Secretary treasurer of the fair nine youths listed in september draft nine Sioux county youths Are slated for induction in they will leave from the court House in Orange City at 6 according to word from the draft Board office last listed from Sioux is a thur others Are Marvin Everett Van Ginkel and Garret Vanden top of Rock Valley Harold Hull Alvin Maurice Leo Alton John boy Den and Henry notice the vanity Beauty shop will by closed until 28c thousands attend Rock valleys 75th Jubilee Celebration old Man summer smiled on Rock Valley monday and tuesday and brought an exhibit of some of the finest weather obtainable for the towns great Diamond Jubilee a break in the heat wave that had gripped the area for weeks helped swell the crowds for the thousands flocked the Community to see and dozens of entertainment Fea More than 40 bands and old cars made the Parade which took place in Trie afternoon each one of the highlights of the Celebration monday was the selection and crowning of blonde miss Ramona the Dau her of Vaneldik of Rock she is a student at Hope College in grand four musical units participated in the the Rock Hudson and Hull and the celebrated be Mars drum and Bugle the citizenry took time out Mon Day night to pay tribute to Rock valleys selected from the rank and file was John business Man in Rock Valley for More than a half Cen on whom was bestowed the coveted the town also paid tribute to another of its Earl Day Lottie who came to the then tiny town in an of Thomas Rode a float in the Parade and was introduced As Rock valleys 75th anniversary Matron John Harmelink is president of the Diamond the at Rock Valley and Rode in a 1911 Vintage Model Ford with his wife and the towns Tom and College dedication service will be held Here tonight stores will close except for some of the ser vice practically All business places in Sioux Cen Ter will be closed monday for the labor Day residents in this urea Are asked to anticipate their needs and buy for the Long week Highway 75 paving project let to Sioux City firm a Road paving project that will Widen Miles of Highway 75 from Sioux Center to the plym Outh county line got Clear sailing last week when the state Highway commission let the contract to a Sioux City Booth Olson of Sioux City was awarded the contract in the a mount of the same firm also received the contract to continue the widening of Highway 75 South to the Junction of Highway the amount of this contract was and involves Miles of it is not known Here if the pres ent 18 foot pavement will been Large to 22 feet or 24 port land Cement Concrete will be due to the current shortage of it seems hardly Likely that this project will get underway be fore two injured when cars collide near Hull night a Rock Valley woman and Hull Man were injured thursday night when their cars collided on High Way 18 near Hull at about both cars were going Don Ald de Boer and his family were in the Lead followed by Emily the Loftus car collided with the de Boer car when de Boer attempted to make a left turn off the de Boer was treated for an injured shoulder and miss Loftus William Spoelhof will deliver main address at dedication of new Midwest Christian College plans were being completed yesterday for a Large crowd at the dedication service for the Midwest Christian Junior College it will be held this evening at 8 in the new High school auditorium where seating space for More than persons is being Willim president of Calvin College at grand will the principal speaker for the others on the program will in Harmelink concludes 12 years service at Carmel and Herman Harmel Ink and family left yesterday for concluding 12 years of service in the Carmel reformed during his service there Harmelink preached 1330 conducted 168 monthly prayer 504 teachers and taught sunday school class 480 together with Harmol was taken to Rock Valley treatment of a leg injury for Wilbert Vermeer Peter and tier counsel and if Only or one Day a want that Why i suggested the bachelors Holiday Well women always have of have the last so ill Bow out at this tired Hoss Pony above looked pretty tired and bored saturday who Little Roger Voorst climbed on him for Roger the ton of end Van he was one of More thin youngsters who bed free ride Here week despite the torching he kept the ponies Busy 1j hours each Cool air mass brings Relief after five More Days of broiling the weather took a change for the better monday following a Brief Shower that brought Inch of rain Early monday and by tuesday a Chilly minimum of 50 degrees was this was the first real Relief Sioux county residents have had in Many except for Brief Cool the weather has been sweltering by hot through most of the temperatures recorded Here by Sioux centers Volunteer weather1 John Are listed for the last seven Days As follows August 24 August 25 August 26 August 27 August 28 August 29 August 30 96 99 101 100 98 86 78 68 72 79 73 70 64 50 Harmelink ing he taught catechism classes and he presided at 156 consistory meetings and 19 congregational he also baptized 149 married 66 couples and conducted 40 Harmelink has witnessed the growth of the Church from 69 families when he came there to 104 he made House Calls during his tenure at the harm links have two child Ren who will not accompany them to Herman who is in Seminary and Fonita who recently accepted a in missionary assignment elude Arnold president of the local College Gilbert de contractor for the Huissen of Rock Vander Weltle of John who will direct the Ami Minnema of presiding at the Organ and piano will be de Jong and All 48 members of the College Board Are expected to be present for the representing six districts in this arc which will be supporting the the new building is expected to be open for inspection a cordial invitation has been extended to the Public to attend the dedication county praised for record made in 55 cancer crusade Praise for exceeding the 1955 cancer crusade quota in Sioux county was received by chairman Edge Veltrup this with All figures the drive which was conducted in april and May topped the quota by Teveltrup and made the Best record Ever shown in the the quota this year was the amount collected was All credit for this big increase is due the Many persons who assisted with the the chairman he lauded the Fine work of Many solicitors and Community chairmen and said without their wholehearted cooperation this a mount of Money would not have come Teveltrup said he was very pleased with the record made in the county and expressed his thanks to All who county legion groups will meet wednesday the Sioux Center legion Post and the auxiliary will be hosts to the county legion meeting wednesday at the town it was announced this All members of these two groups have been asked to make plans to be in through window Gerald owner of the Sioux Center looks through the open window where broke in Friday night to steal by the news Middleburg girl and aunt injured when their cars collide Anna Joyce Vander and her Matilda Vander Wilt of Orange each driving alone in Sepa rate were injured when the two vehicles collided Headon five Miles North of Orange City yester Day miss Vander who is employed in Orange was driving South and her aunt was driving North when the vehicles came to Joyce who works at Orange was driving directly behind Anna she gave assistance to Anna and then pulled Vander Wilt from her car because the car was full of smoke and the injured woman was miss Dykstra then drove to the farm of John sects to Call the both women were brought to the Grossmann Anna Joyce has a broken nose and gashes in her Vander Wilt has a slight rays were being taken wednesday to deter Mync the extent of her blowing demonstrations Niessink and Kempers implement company Here will hold two blowing demonstrations in this area next full details will be found in an and on an inside damaged Corn May sell for less in Wisconsin Hoeven rumours that the government was Selling Corn for a Bushel in Wisconsin May be Charles Hoeven said but you can bet its not very High Grade if the government is Selling it for a he that about All its congressman Hoeven explained to the news that any Corn Selling below Purchase Price plus a cer Tain amount for handling is prob ably damaged Corn that has deteriorated in occasionally some of that has to be sold to get it out of several Farmers in this area had heard rumours that the government was Selling stored Corn in Wisconsin at a Low Price like that mentioned and Hoeven explained How that might come about when asked chins will drip at local rink monday dripping chins will be the Fash Ion monday night when Soo Roll Arena managers break open watermelons for a big Watermelon party labor according to an and appearing in the news this Watermelon will be served beginning at monday a Large crowd of skaters is expected for this auction sales dont miss Reading any of the auction Sale ads in the news this youll find them on the in Side Henry Poppen will speak at local churches sunday Henry a native of Sioux Center and a missionary in China for Many will be one of the visiting ministers who will speak in local churches he will be returning to the foreign Mission Field this other visiting ministers will in clude Harvey Home on furlough from Lloyd from the Kentucky mis from the Western theological Seminary at and Jalil Amso from the boys school at full details of where and when these men will appear will be found in the Church announce ments this Willis Rozeboom Hurt in Sioux Falls Willis on a truck belonging to Elmer vant was injured in a livestock loading Accident in Sioux Falls monday afternoon when a Bull charged a Gale and threw Young Rozeboom several feet into the the youth was taken to the Hospital in Sioux Falls where he was still under treatment yester Day for cuts and events at the new High school auditorium Sioux Iowa 1 dedication of the mid West Christian Junior g school Assembly pro Willis Lyons of the Iowa Temperance 29 education Pat commissioner of Edu Missouri Spons ored by Sioux county school Board 6 county Sun Day school 26 school Assembly pro Gram ton cart violin

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