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, IowaPage five running comment g e r i oct Center news Sioux Center Iowa the greatest activity of democracy has started again after a summer Lay off the schools have opened in doors to admit Over Twenty million pupils to receive their training from nearly one million teachers at a Cost three billion dollars a business we have made of education it is Well that we do it is the which most Sirsi Focient activity in men can be engaged add to the educational work done in our diverting e e r work is the curse of we must work in the sweat of our brow but it be a curse still if we had noting to comments from afar r thursday september 4 1930 comments from the first peculiarity a tar i have rooting pigs earing and i eaten hogs swim Shoals boar sow Etc Etc of course i saw Corn i saw mor Corn in one Day in Iowa Tolian i had i seen in my entire previous life Vij i what Corn yet i am told that to is to years Rop will Brest a hah crop record is Fiat comments from afar wonders hat a read crop looks like the Idle Rich Are soon satiated wry u3s in Sioux Center the diversions they find for Merit just As the labourer who a people Are Happy in Pride in Homes families and sessions Are the real objective for hard work no Man works my Hygiene teacher said that rain be National air races at Chil Vater Unfer drink she hinted m Cago Drew record breaking Croves fever yet in Iowa people her internally and thrive Vear in and year out if he of corp Fale schools the educational work done ashes nothing unless he has the Homes the shops the of f Ion into a physical work hat very a thousands of air Prius Rak flew at tabs meet they raced Andon j performed acrobatics in the air for 16 hours a Day during the ten Day Cusco main other states w of the meet there were but three a say tent Are corned it l k the churches and an the streets and Are free something of the of this work someone i think or picked a Young fellow up o my a Vincic the great Holland theologis student Ian once said that one half the people Texas Way to town the other heed to the air plane As such two of them were due to too great a sped while turning a Corner in a race Are always educating the other half from As on Versi Back pack of the other working in the of North he said text to an expense Lett with a new Type of plane any automobile race lasting Only one As Many acts would be More True to say that Thiv Are welled Rural Iowa is dotted with Grovis of Trees and if one looks closet one will find a farm in each Grove i spend a lot of trying to decide whether the Farmers All of us Are both teaching Aid a Raiser the roves around their houses sent t not More which does not or w3ether Thev built their houses in learning we Are All learning sort thing from someone and always reaching something to someone this is the binding Force of our Civili Zati i the contract of Active minds the interchange of thought and the perpetuation of truth j last wednesday night quite lae a tramp came in for some paper to prove that the air plane is As Safe As the automobile but does prove the the air plane in the hands of an sleep on and a few coins for coffin c be made to perform Safe i believe the old fellow was out of t work he looked tired Ard anxious in the v a feeling for the the proves finally i decided the question by flipping a Coin the latter alternative won where there Are people rather than complacent Ani i reminds me of to i me of a Man w who n know things and people who want to f me the Stre m a learn things there is a univ Eity few weeks ago he appeared so be it is not a bad commentary r american civilization that about one fifth of the entire population is in school the army of teachers making War on stupidity and ignorance is five times As Large As our military Force we invest Many times As much schools As we spend on War machinery i also found it difficult to figure out Why so Many of the Cottonwood Groves Are dying out at last the Bright idea came to me that this is the Farmers method of getting i seasons of the Vear win Jet merely Means cold weather and sum Mer warm weather fall and so ing Are no More than periods in which t is a Little More pleasant to b out dragged and begged so Praia blvd that the country each in on part of Iowa due to tie 11 was moved in spite of an Effort year and each month of the inc of try try room and cams i pay no attention i imagine he saw j is of particular interest in for pkg i it necessary to a glint of indifference in my inf it Means a change in the Type of first because lie was tackling anther j not one does the last Dav i Man when i turned around that Chicago t did exactly the sane peeved bit to be taking n by that i had done in january professional beggar its Fellows that at the time did not seem at Al like him that will ruin my charitable visual but when i looked Oit of Ulses the train window monday morning t i and saw ploughing and Ripen Ocorn i Here was a time when knowledge saw i accent the other Dav i realized that my life had been or was dished out m so unpalatable a an Man Feu from a na1 duty and t shed Tom j lorm that almost All who had a tic which he wa3 standing to change some work which would change wih o if quit school attendance at me Ait it Iulah t prepared to sympathy months of the Vear and with earliest age possible since advances the with him but he said in not weeks of the month have been made in the methods of in Rev i 5eem to get All the Breaks j 0 Val la seven Miles after dark with a grip on a stick Between us t know Why the jews a e sever the number of fullness w y f on visiting Iowa presenting knowledge that thousand continue their training for a number Ripley May of years there were of course something hard to other factors too which added to the most of the time its in number it High school and College save t that makes his stories appear but the truth that learning is not a extraordinary together unpleasant is better Fino in Ripley Tell of barbarian Nego today than Ever before women who stretch their ears n hanging weights on the lobes thars there Are some four million stut nothing pugilist in our count y dents in High school and Eig Thund Knock the ears off from each other red thousand students in colleges and universities while the population of our by 50 percent the enrolment in higher institutions of learing increased by several Hunt i approached Eastern Iowa with z red percent the growth of our High feeling of vast expectancy was i schools and colleges is perhaps the not hearing the might Mississippi the most phenom Al in a Century Cha act father of Waters famous in Indian by growth legend midwestern history and seventh Grade geography i had been some say that these people go to told to walk if possible across to is school to get out of work perhaps renowned River that my soul might some do but i in Ossa lot of people be ravished by its overpowering sub stayed out of school to get ou1limity by its sinous Beauty i had of work is Early on half 46 pet also been told that As one rounded of All College men and 25 percent m the last of the Beautiful Hills of Duall College women Are earning a part Buque one would burst upon a scene at least of the costs of their tuition of soul satisfying Power the mis Sippi and other school expense rolling grandly in irresistible prices Ision Down its ancient Channel is it a complaint i hear very often in wonder then that Idrew nigh the there Are too Many educated Peop state of Iowa emotion with whih As though knowledge were a by the Queen of Sheba must have a thing it is Tnie that the profession reached Solomons court or that i which formerly were alone in attrac1began to imagine myself returning to ing educated men and women Are my Home in a far country with overcrowded but that dont bother report that the half had not been Tacij the College Man he finds thing else to do and justifies his we t finally did sweep round Teing by doing it Well last of the Hills East of Dubuque i looked closed my eyes rubbed them there was time when we looked and looked again before me v j for College trained people Only in Ulieno vision of glory before me i saw i Legal medical dental or teaching Only a Ordinary Village narrow ii j professions we arc getting used to Lovely Bridge and a shallow sluggish meeting them now in business on tit ditch which no Effort of my Imaghi j farm and even in newspaper offices at Ion could transform into the us f Lime scene i had anticipated a pc the dignity of Man requires it of deep pain arose for least some knowledge we owe it All the world could not have Stop to our status As human beings to a 2 Ped to walk Over that drab River i a fair understanding of the world in drove in fleeing thru the streets of which we live the Complex Irv of Dubuque Over the Hills of Easten that world today demands More if Iowa into the soothing arms of the us than it did of our grand fathers rolling Prairie truly the in a speech recently or Albert i had not been told me Stein of whom All school pupils har k heard said one ought to be Asha i Nad better Luck with some of the de to make use of the wonders of other things that i had expected to science embodied in a radio set tre cd n Iowa i expected see people while appreciating them As Little is travelling in vehicle of bygone ass a cow appreciates the Botn Nir Mavi the first tiling t saw on this in the Plant she munches rhe Missi Sioni was a horse busily engaged in pulling z buggy the i one of these Days i shall quote second was a decrepit Gas cardiac some figures on one prison populate that most have been made by putting but that is another Side of the Storr a in a Chariot rescued froth i the red sea i explanation on Page four of last weeks Issue we published a letter signed c t this letter was not written by Cha Tye i explain this because he articles were next to each other Are n l Raav have Given the impression that or h r n office and Tell us both were written by or the relieve but the was i i m a a m m a m Quality meat Market i f is Selling the Best meat at the lowest Price in Sioux county we set the Price others follow m m now you can buy meat according to the Price of g n livestock never before we set the Filce others follow forget Price to come in next saturday for special 1 Willemsen Mouw proprietors having bought to Heritch store i vvil1 Sci at Public auction at the place located 3 Miles Easi and one arid on half Miles South of hul1 4 Miles West and one Andon half South of boy Den 10 and on half Miles North and one Milt West of Orange City mall Park on tuesday sept 6 head of horses kleins specials for saturday september 6 1930 30 head of cattle 100 head of hoes 35 head of sheep 30 100 sugar granulated sugar Brown sugar powdered 4lbs 2 r 2 23c 23c 23c Pancake Fiir Community flour 4 in bag 5 ibs tomatoes soup can match 7 boxes Peanut butter 16 of Jar preserves pure fruit and sugar 16 of a Ai 625 pallets oat meal 1 i cattle dog jul line of farm Maci Minerv including 2 Chicken coops 20 tons of Hay 80 acres of Corn in Field terms All sums f Sio and under Cash re sums Over that amount time win be Given Nti oct 1st 1931 free lunch at Oclock Large package 23c Macaroni Spaghetti egg noodles 3 for 23c Cuiray toilet soap Kub Tomore Large size p and g sap Standard cum and full pack peas 2 can red kidney Heinz fresh 1 jeans 2 car bread and butter pickles s i a 1000 Sheet Tisue Rook cd Peterl to see pigs an i singing remains music Ana negro and dec Sioux Center state Bank clerk a maker de r 1 i i

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