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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 15, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Like a cast Iron pot removed from the the old Earth in this latitude is gradually losing its past Are the hot nights and scorching gone Are the searing mornings and superheated in their place have come Cool nights and Chilly suddenly we know its already the leaves have be gun to a Little Early this year because of the and Bright colors Are starting to appear on some of the Early turning soon the familiar odor of burning leaves full the air and we will be wit Nessing hazy autumn a change of seasons is upon this will bring on a whole new routine of Home activity instead of mowing Well be raking and taking off screen Sand putting on storm cleaning up gardens and protecting plants for unpacking Winter clothing and jh0kx it Nev volume m number m Center of Sioux Iowa official City and county newspaper sectional Ball tourney will Start saturday at Sioux Center Diamond the High school fall sectional baseball tournament will get under Way Here saturday morning when Hospers and Hull Western Christian laying away summer the approaching new things has already stolen from the 9 length of our the even Ings Short and the nights have been while i know there Are some who would favor seeing summer last the year i sort of enjoy the change of i was getting a Little tired of especially the and for comfortable living its really pretty hard to beat the pc season that precedes in glad to see it its very unlikely that High Way 75 will be widened this but from what i hear the project May get underway be tween Here and be Mars Early in the that going to be a real improvement and it something for will be Worth Sioux Paul Colenbrander team again this by Spring we should also see some action on a Street and Gutter project in at least for part of the a civic club committee that has been studying the project seems to feel that its a must and will be most economical in the Long keep a close watch on coach football i dont know How he does but the a wac Tutor seems to find a lot of Grid Talent in this area and then he works it even in those late hot Days of Paul had the boys on a full training my guess is be winning most of their games again this you see what he has lined up for the basketball brother his lineup of prospects reads like a coach meet at the baseball Diamond at 9 this game will be followed at by the clash Between Al an and Alton St marys and Hull Public Wil come together at 1 ant Jast game of the Day Wil be Between Sioux Center Anc Granville Josephs at winning teams of the morning bracket will come together Al monday and the two winners in the afternoon bracket will clash at 8 the finals will be played wednesday evening at m observers believe the Strong est teams Are in the upper but a dark horse May emerge from the four in the lower with Only three regulars re turning from last years base Ball the Sioux Center High school warriors found Tough go ing against Maurice in the of the season last week they on the Home vender who pitched for allowed the warriors Only three hits in the seven inning coach Howard Ubachs Carl and Al Berkenpas allowed Maurice Paul Vande Berg did the catching for the locals and it was Vanmaanen for score by innings Maurice 0204004 10 Center 2001202 drop Rock Valley total school enrolment in Sioux Center this fall is according to figures made Avail Able at the two Public school registrations total 500 and the enrolment at the Christian school is this is the greatest number of school children in Sioux centers his As records were set at both obviously the education of children is Sioux centers biggest and most in the last time i looked the pipeline Crew about 100 feet of pipe to Lay before completion of the new eight Inch main to this Crew could it have had More desirable weather for their the summer has been so dry even the Low spots along the line were dry As a it has taken were a Long probably going to have All the water need Christmas eve for fridays game Withrock Val Ley Here found the boys in bet Ter hitting form and they Defeated the in a six nning contest that was called on account of the rocks threatened to establish a winning margin in he second Innig when Middle drove out a Homer with the sales but with the advantage of walks and the warriors made trip after rip across Home plate in the fourth and fifth innings to melt All Hopes the rocks May have had for Paul Vande Berg was the leading hitter with a couple of batteries were Alden Berken Pas to Vande and cals Timmer to Klein for Rock score by innings Rock Valley 050010 6 Sioux Center 10156x Sioux Center was scheduled to play George at George yesterday coming events at the new High school auditorium 20 Temple time choir 21 Hospital meeting 24 Farmers Coop Creamery meeting 29 county educational meeting Pat w a r d 1 o speaker 6 county sunday school convention 6 Fastofsky concert violinist school Assembly program legion groups Host county meeting auxiliary elects Doornink Brunsting the american played Host to the county organization in a joint last week Post and who the importance Hospers girl is polio patient a three year old Hospers Shirley Daugh Ter of and Lawrene Schwebach was listed in fair1 condition at the Josephs Hospital in Sioux City after be ing admitted As a polio the girl is paralysed in the right male chorus will begin rehearsals the Sioux Center male chorus will begin rehearsing for the coming season next at at the legion All members Are asked to be out for this men wishing to join the organization should see either Joe Wandscheer or meeting held Here wednesday the main speaker at the quarterly meeting was Jerry Ray of americanism chairman for the Iowa depart ment and former ninth District pointed out of teaching americanism to our Fritz of be told the group about plans for the ninth District to be held in be Mars later this the local legion including Irv m o u Vernon Harvey Vermeer and Lerald also appeared on the presenting three scheduled numbers and an in they were accompanied at the piano by Clarine Wand in a separate business he ladies of the auxiliary in stalled the following new of ices for the coming year mar Orie Dagle of pros Dent Joy Van Velzen of boy Den Vic president Leonre Busch of Secretary and Rosa Mackie of the auxiliary also heard re ports from two Sioux county members when have recently been appointed department of Iowa they were mar Garet Hodoway of department rehabilitation chair and Faith bolks of department civil defence chair thur1 september 19ss drouth is causing serious problems on Sioux farms the growing shortage of water in of Sioux county hid reached serious wok continued to run the Only Witer on Moit firms now i that provided in Stock one in the pasture at the Merlon Kuyper firm three North of Sioux sloughs and creeks ire nearly ill dry now and Miny Farmers ire hauling water for live Stock end Domestic some formers ire having water hauled to their firms for the first time in without any appreciable rainfall ill summer in the ground his developed huge cricks pictures ire totally photo by the two Hulstein children die in fire at farm near Salix double funeral held a fire in a cob shed on a farm near resulted in the death of two Small former Sioux county boys thursday found dead after the flames were extinguished were and Harry sons of and Raymond formerly of Sioux Thomas Wood jury county said the Joys were found huddled together in the Corner of Small Corncob it appeared thai hey had been playing with matches and were trapped in the shed when the fire broke in care of aunt the boys their brother Robert 18 had been Eft in the care of an shr by Hulstein drove to while Sioux City plans for fall crop drive in county discussed countywide crop drive be conducted in Sioux a will county this it was announced this week following a meeting of representatives of several communities at the town Hall in Sioux Center wednes Day Henry Van Klompenberg of Orange Christian Rural overseas program Dis cussed plans for solicitations throughout the county during the week beginning with crop earlier in the afternoon to look at a House and to take her Hus and Home from Accord ing to information Given to investigating officers said the children had been put to bed for afternoon after which miss Hulstein the fire Dis covered by a Earhart who was operating a tractor in a nearby Pfingsten ran to the House when he saw the shed he awakened Shirley and called the Salix fire the two boys evidently had slipped from the House during the officials some partly burned newspaper and matches from a paper Book were found in an outdoor toilet near the the Coroner said Hulstein is employed at the City service station at Sioux resided on a farm which is owned by William Rozeboom of Rock another Linda in the first Grade at was on a school bus going Home when the boys lost their born at Inwood Cornelius was born february and january at the family re sided at Perkins Corner and later at Sioux Hul Stein has been employed in Sioux City about four the family resided on the farm during that the brother and Sis Ter also surviving Are the boys and Hulstein of Sioux funeral services were held saturday afternoon at the Beth Al Christian reformed Church with Richard Van Nema Denver pastor will appear in Central Church Here tonight Clarence von Hospital pastor at Bethesda Sanatorium at will appear this evening at 8 in the Central reformed Church to show and explain pictures of the Complete psychiatric treat ment offered today in a Christ Ain mental he will explain the Christian approach to the treatment of mental Clarence Vanheukelom everyone interested in the work being carried out at Beth Esda is invited to attend this Ivan Orange is a member of the Board of representing thous ands of Bethesda association members in this appoint ments with Vanheukelom can be made through other programs Are set for 8 and Are open to everyone a tested at the reformed Church of Hospers on he first reformed Church of Sibley the first Christ an reformed Church of Orange Christian school enrolment sets Al time record with the largest class of kindergarten children Ever registered at the Sioux Center Christian a new total school enrolment record was set last week 226 boys and two new class rooms were completed during the summer giving a total of eight class rooms for the school and the Large activities room will soon to Avn Leblo for general a new 48passenger bus is now in service for bringing Rural children to and from according to principal enrolment figures for the grades arc As follows kindergarten 36 first 33 second 34 23 29 21 31 19 there Are 111 boys and 115 girls attending the third fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth 21 new books on Library shelves de Mots placed 21 new books on the Library shelves this two of the books Deal with the Early dutch settlements it Mich Ignasi and Pella and will be of interest to Many Sioux Center Library they Are the Story of Van Raulte by school and and stranger in a strange land by other books Are hobbies stray feathers from a big mans inspirational women who influenced the poetry biography and autobiography Crosland Lewis car Hudson stranger in a strange classics Paradise Milton i cat Dickens courtship of Miles family emotional problems of history Macaulay history of 4 the Story of Van fiction the old country Carson growth of the others whistle for a Ogilvie a boys King m a 11 o r y wonderful Chute buckboard Meader radio and electronics Alice in prolonged dry spell ruins causes Wells to dry up on Many Clouds crop picture the drouth in Sioux county continued through its fifth week this week with a Trace of precipitation monday to stir Hopes but bring Only a few drops of to make things hot southerly winds drove the Mercury Back Over the 90 degree Mark tuesday and yesterday and the sky was almost Hospital family night planned for wednesday the Sioux Center Community Hospital ninth annual fam ily night will be held wednes at in the High school auditorium Din ing it was announced this week by the Hospital a members of the Hospital and their families Are invited and urged to attend this it which the annual will be Given and other business will be again this year parents Are being urged to bring their child Ren a special program has been arranged for the Young people in the High school Assembly room refreshments for the grown for the most rain now would Only bring new life to dead pastures and improve soil moisture conditions for it would be to Laic to help Farmers generally wore More concerned now about dwindling water supplies for their live and it would take sever Al rather heavy showers to re Lieve these except for a few scattered lat planted the Corn crop was fair to Good yields Are expected in most of the Eastern two thirds of the coun while Many Complete fail ures arc to be seen on farms in the Western a killing Frost in Low areas morning ended season for some the Corn sunday growing put the finishing touches to some of the Garden such As tomatoes and other less Hardy furnaces Ami heating burning in most stoves Homes saturday and sunday when the Mercury dropped to a now sea ups and treats for the children Low of 33 degrees by will be supplied through the another Courtesy of the first National members of the Hospital auxiliary have asked that persons wanting to donate canned goods for the Hospital should bring them at that a committee of women will be it the door to receive these the Public is invited to at Ity on the Rock rapids 26th and reformed at the Church improves army Orange City Rodney Van colonel fort Richard the tall Gate modification which won for Van Klompenberg special commendation in the suggestion contest at the the 22year old soldiers suggestion was to Weld Small braces on each Corner of the three Quarter ten truck Gate to keep it from splitting it its Corner Van Klompenberg entered the army in july received Basic training at fort and arrived seas in february he it a body repair Man at fort son of and Gerrit Van Klompenberg of Orange he wat graduated in from Northwestern Academy and was employed in civilian life at an Auto body shop lit Orange also present at the meeting to help outstanding plans was District supervisor in this according to plans now being worked both farm commodities and Cash donations will be sought to help carry out the overseas Relief program which has been going on More than 10 years through the Generos Ity of Rural millions of destitute people in the for eign lands have benefited from this Christia inspired program others attending the meeting in Sioux Center wednesday were Klaaren of Sioux Henry Baak of Leroy sandes of Al Bonthuis and de Bey of Rock Tony John Zomermaand to operate cleaners a Sioux Center business will change hands tomorrow when John Zomermaand takes Over the Sioux Center cleaners from Gerald who has been employed at the coast coast store plans to operate the cleaning business under the same Gerald Vermeer speakers slated for rally Here two outstanding Reubin pastor of the Olivet lutheran Church in and Pat Ward assistant commissioner of education in will be present for the Sioux county education rally which will be held in the new Sioux Center High school auditorium thurs the program will begin at this will be held is a prelude to the state education which will be held at a later Date in Des and the White House conference which is set for details of the program plan Ned Here will be released at a later it will be open to the reformed Church conference dates set the fall conference of the re formed Church organizations will be held the latter part of this month and All people concerned Are reminded to keep he Public school buses and will have a vacuum cleaner 1 hese dates the Young people of the East and West Sioux territory will meet in the Middleburg reformed Church a wac auxiliary will meet monday Northwestern colleges worn ens auxiliary will hold its first meeting of the school monday at two the meeting will be held in Hiemstra the girls Joe de noted that this is to be the an Nual canned foods Shower for the dormitory election of officers is planned As Well As other Henry whose Home has been in and who is now House Mother of Heemstra will address the auxiliary the farm Bureau chorus Wil Community Hospital news and Theodore Van Voorst Are the parents at a son Gerald born on the they were released on the and Gerrit Robert Hulstein Are the parents of a son Kieth born on the they were released on the and Bert vis Are the parents of a Alice born on daughter the Mary they were released on the William Kiel of Orange City was admitted As a surgical patient on the 9th and was re leased on the Myron vender Wilt of hos pers was admitted As a medical patient on the 10th and was re leased on the Eva Mouw was admitted As a surgical patient on the and Arnold Kwik Kel of Hull Are the parents of a son Arnold Douglas born on the Dick cyers was admitted As a medical patient on the Ross Vernon Given part in program Ross first vice pres ident of the Iowa Independent Telephone will Servo As imaginary president of a simulated Telephone company for an annual stockholders meeting when More than 50 representatives of Independent Tel Ephone exchanges in this area hold a District meeting in be Mars next a highlight of the meeting will be this staged stockholders meeting at which the Advant Ages of converting to a system will be dial the program is planned to bring out the problems involved in converting from a manual system to Eibert Den Herder Dies funeral will be held saturday funeral services for Eibert Den a resident of Sioux Center until five years will to hold at 1 Oclock at the Pioneer Home at Orange City and at 2 in the first reformed Church in Sioux with Henry Colenbrander of burial will to in the Community cemetery Den Herder died tuesday morning at the Grossman hos Pital in Orange where he had been under medical cure since fracturing his hip nearly a year the Complete obituary will appear in the news next Blanket of warm air had reached the area and the Mercury Rose to a High of 93 degrees tuesday temperatures for the past seven As recorded by Volunteer weather observer John arc is follows 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 75 86 94 83 70 78 93 45 55 co 45 33 43 57 cancer workers to Orange City forty american cancer society volunteers from seven counties in this area will attend a leadership conference at the Village hotel in Orange City Char Les chairman of the Sioux county acs will be hostess for the on Day members of the Iowa division from o staff will be present to Confer with representatives Cherokee and Sioux goal of the conference will be to devise methods for promoting More widespread knowledge of cancer and the known protect Ive it is conservatively estimated that 1400 Lowyns lose their lives each because they fail to recognize Early cancer symptoms this fact Points up the serious need for More effective Public pays Fine tuesday on traffic charge Carl do Vos of Sioux Center paid a Flonc of and costs tuesday when he a peered before Justice Martin Kuiken on a charge of careless driving along main the summons was issued by officer John Vande Berg on a complaint by Del to Paske and de Vos appeared the same sing Leon several Roggen of Orange mrs City directs the vocal following the Mem Bers will be urged to tour the the girls rooms were painted this summer which was an auxiliary sponsored women of the Maurice reformed Church will serve september 28 the North Sioux women will meet at the first reformed Church at Hull the september and the South Sioux women will Meetin the first reformed Church in Sioux Center on Ember the latter two will be Al Day to hold soup supper the ladies Aid of the canned reformed Church will serve t soup supper 20 from to m everyone were sorry mechanical difficulties in the news printing Plant this week has limited both the size of the news and the Quantity of news this because of these problems it was necessary to leave out some news that would normally have been we will try to print much of the news that was left out next radio Well known Temple time radio choir under the direction it Ralph will present the great music of the in a special personal appearance Here tuesday the new High school appearing with the musical group will be Henry popular Temple time radio the program will be free to the Public and there will be ample seating space in the acoustically perfect everyone is in other performances scheduled in this area Are one week at the first reformed Church in Orange City and one at the Chandler reformed Church at and programs Are scheduled to Start at i

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