Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
4 Sep 1930

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4 Sep 1930

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 04, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPadre two Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa local news Market report Corn Oats Barley hogs up to eggs third september 4 9io mrs ukr mrs fax Ruyter Aso mrs Kew the v tru or Hill he lest for baby of Iron John grown p vow last years principle has by very ill with the measles farm Bureau master Day program of Branch township at Center school House tuesday sept 9th 1930 at s Oclock Community Lead by Henry the mat Rice or and mrs Jake g thursday after n toil Iowa us Rivay there he be on the Kyrc and or and or Honor miss a High employed in a shoes lop his Fini ily Dick de Ani Tirol will join him just a soon As he will turned Kiiji Arturr Sverai Able to secure a Tome there visit Riih relatives in miss wik Misu Kunders Haic the Young folks of the first re turned from Lebanon Iowa Vycie formed Church Enji Ved a Man she has been working the past or Friday Gene Jongeward and grandma Mer word was revived Here by rela Jongewaard returned tuesday Iron mrs Vander Garde fron lives of the death of Garet a California t Sibley la and mrs Ralph Vanpeursen or son of the Rev cruet person from Sheldon la visited Van Peursum of Arabia prof Wilcox and family trip in the parents Home Here tuesday or near Scrutc manager the Sheldon were Sioux Center mrs g Roetman aids children cities senic Oil station was badly turned Home monday after a weeks Cut and burned when the limit Plant visit at levee Minnesota Ami i batteries blew up Wood Iowa or and mrs James Duven of b b e 6 3 3 m m a m m m a Farmers j dont sell your cows wednesday la Bru Pstir Reading of proclamation Urti i i u Mary Lett ton Haw v the Den where she will resume Hertha i president i Hompson 5 message by Elmer Den order Reading of pres hearts message by p e Var mar local accomplishments i a by Home project Elzabeth do Mots s re Covrig icely from her injuries received in 1u near a t 17 Cornie Anema left last wednes Orange Day for Woolstock Iowa where he Friday e has been Reene Aeed for another a car of b by club member c township o instrument talk problems of Agri Ciurej and How organization can meet them l m Johns District organization director j music by b b Mouw John wife and child Aiu Straatsma arrived from hts bos died at sox there services Wilt be Hrc Jujj and funeral hed at Juia Ity were Maurice callers Friday evening re engaged for another year after several weeks visit with m the Woolstock High school is relatives Here mrs George Van superintendent Persem or returned to Home air and mrs j j Dykstra visa Sheldon de at Springfield so Dakota sunday or and mrs Sam Jager mrs e her to school City weeks vacation in different parts us p a Youw Tim i cell invitation to new members form cry led Crater Michigan last Friday reaffirmation of Faith in organija1 John h Wesslink was taken to Tion by Uval repetition of the n u to i j i a it to t in j i Sheldon Hospital and was opera i a t b f pledge i l i Ion far a broken appendix by w notice to bidders ver Meer notice is hereby Given that up John de Ryke and family spam to most auctions from the on a three Day visit to mor Niide Council of sous Center Iowa bids a5t we Etc or de Rynce mate it we be received and opened the evea a business trip also ing of sept 10 1930 for the o Ging of a ditch for water Maiu of m i i Leigh missionary to mrs Andrew Deroos and Chiba Ren of Sioux Falls visited Over tile week end with relation in Hull miss Jeanette de Foster has r turned to Riverside California to continue her school work there miss Louise Overbaugh celebrated her birthday monday by entertaining Kelly de Brake and children Dorothy work Phyllis and Clarenc and or Arr i Harold Wessex no of Hudson so Dakota spent the weekend relatives in Edgerton Minn miss Hattie Peelen has been spend ing several Days with relatives in their Arre Creamery news August 1 to 16 butterfat record Sioux Center or and mrs a Hasselman of Pelta Are visiting with relatives in1 Sioux county i or and mrs John Dantema Ani i son and or Peter a olestra of Consin Are visiting with friends Here the Maurice Public school August 1 to 16 Henry Van Voorst Bolser Mackay a verbal h Jake Van Voorst butterfat record 2282 ibs butterfat 2087 ibs bitter fat ibs butterfat 1988 ibs butterfat 1945 ibs butterfat a proximately 570 feet said ditch o be 18 inches wide and five feet Ler Limo wide Ana live Reet t j it l bids must be filed with the under1 Jon Waard so has to Hunt 1 signed on or before sept 10 193gi at pm India is paying a visit at Marie Iowa where Jar is in title 3 monday with almost an it tirely new Force of teachers super Vandernaald and miss Lucile an Persem who has charge of the 7tii Oclock dinner mrs Garry Willemsen and Chili Ren have moved to Guthrie once adv e Straatsma town clerk bring in your subscription Miran Sieman and Bert Duits turned last week from Omaha the have been attending a summer is Sion at the students there Miran Sieman was a member of the band saw a twelve Inch ear of Corn n be used for the Sioux produce the hardware store monday Ibisi mrs Andrew Sinnima Nei pen Burg died at san Ort fun eral will be held Friday and8th grades have been reelected played with a construction Crew or Percy of Lawton la or and mrs a Faber left wed has been elected Princl Alj mss morning Tor a Tew weeks visit Michigan Aschenbrenne of Laurens la and miss Pauline Jenkens of pen or and mrs John Velgersdyk who have Sho chosen s v11u also Are spending a few the min h h school Nea Pohs fair the we Etc mass am Himstreet of Martins miss Augusta Aarsten Lett on Daje Iowa na5 charge of the psf Ani her vacation sunday which she will 2nd grades mis Atri Helen Neifert of of the heat and drought have caused butter fit poundage to fall off As a result of less butterfat the prices have been coming up the Rains will keep bringing up poundage and there is every indication that the future prices will continue up Ward care for your cattle Well and Beni fit Frost the Good prices Farmers Mutual Coop Crea Teery Sioux Center Iowa Ersary tuesday sept the 2nd All Kcf the Childr ii and airy of a was picked from a Field West of i Irene Tamminga drove to yank fives were present a town it looks As if the Corn crop ton a company of Hie time was had by All May be Good if it is the Farmer is Young folks of Range City whee or and mrs Bert vent Hof unusually Lucky since Corn prices Rev Bronkema of Orange i v i and baby returned to their Horte at Grade should be Good this fall John Deiters from storm Lake Iowa s visiting Vith his Daren re or and mrs Ben poll went to Biglov Minn to get Lutr Deiters Fred be Icema Joe Tevelde John de Bie Simon Warmenhoven Lett for College in grand rapids Mich with Chris Besint in what one of them called a come Back i preached a dutch Sermon Over the Cankton broadcasting station Tell your neighbor to subscribe or Peter Terpstra from of Eivie he Ike Pool my i aures a Esq aug Sis of v Jujj a Joje a to 3jsij Jisiah Harold Beernink who has been listing with his folks return Der Day to grand rapids he said to get employment there hard task conditions of working people were very poor William Schalekamp is leaving to attend College at Pella Henry Myrnan mrs Vastenhouw and daughter Winnie Henry do Vries and son Gerben Johanna Brandtson and the Vanroekel Pir Ray Tamminga and miss were at Lake last Friday John bos and Rev j v d Hoef drove to Corsica s Dak where v d Hoef conducted service on sunday Minn was 4 visitor at the Home of our boys were the score w Tamminga or tuesday Beins 2112 wednesday or Terpstra represent mrs d c Nie Kerf from Denver Colorado arrived Here saturday afternoon to visit her Fadick or m Kooistra when has been s very sick Man for the past few weeks de the Oglivie Chr ref Church at the classes held at Sioux Center or and mrs Hans Faber i come the arrival o baby boy tuesday news local adds pay buy from Sioux Center merchants Lambert Emice from Corsica has moved some of his machinery into Maurice to prepare his farm for work he will move to a farm near Maurice Early next Spring the two year old baby of Corre de Boom died last week of spinal meningitis the child was sick f in Only three Davs or and mrs m Drkstra Ard or Fred Dykstra and John Spoelstra of Chicago Are visiting at the Honie of Rev mrs Evertje de Mots has move to Orange City to live with daughter mrs Jelgerhuis Elizabeth left to take up her teaches at Sheldon new fall line hats just received a that is new for Early fall Uear see our new Coats trimmed with Beautiful for Wolf and other leading furs priced from other Coats As Low As Clever dresses in a the new shades and styles priced from to Snappy new fail hats in velvet and Felt reasonable priced visit us today Van Wyke and family have into mrs Evertje de j Nome 3 s Ujj buy fron sous Center Meri ants Bier Brns Sioux Center Iowa vacation Days Are Over for the Pacli season is a thing of the past a few More pears to sell in this season and the prune crop is being Nice Large Oreg to prunes this week Liis week is prime week your Best week to can them packed in solid filled boxes remember our fruit Jai half gallon quarts pints prices Ball Mason Cash or Trade Only 83c Flores they did for the Here is some merchandise listed at Rosk Bottom Price remember Cash or Trade Only for those items dont ask for it to Havet chased i Pound 500 Coffee i Canall of tall Pink Salmon Worth 5c both items at 50c 3 cans pork and Beans 25ci Box cleaner so i pkg Gold dust 23ci 19c i pkg 4 in Wyandotte cleaner Sci Box super suds i2c i Pound Lipton cocoa39ci gallon shed peaches 5sc hot Cash specials will Trade in old worn shoes for new ones Cash prices for old shoes mens Sulc pair boys shoes 50c a pair ladies snoes 50c a pair boys shoes 50c a pair 59c a pair baby shoes25c a pah Only for Friday and saturday girls shoes Cash or Trade Only we pay Cash for the old shoes you pay us Cash or produce for a new pair get your shoes now Sieperda Kuhl the store with Star Branch shoes

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