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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 22, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Readers who dont know that this column is usually written Well in Advance of our thurs Day publication Day must have thought i had rocks in my head last week when they picked up the paper and read past Are the hot nights and scorching gone Are the searing k mornings and super heated not have volume 64 number 31 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county new papir september Good showers help to bring Relief to farms a total of about Inch of7 rainfall coming in heavy show lers tuesday afternoon evening helped break the and late summer drouth in Sioux county v i could been More right after i wrote those words the weather turned and eased the fire hazards in and it got hotter and hot Corn Fields As Farmers began Ter until the Day most readers picking their 1955 read what i had to say it was the first Good rain for the then it was most of the county in nearly nearly i Seldom read seven while not equally this column after it is in heavy the showers but last week i read it quite did reach the entire carefully in some places received As much searching for a single word that As an while other areas got would have left me a Hole to crawl less than a half if i had said probably the rainfall came with a maybe i would have had v a Joyave of cooler air and followed made positive past High readings of 96 degrees Way to Back but i i thursday Are the hot nights and and 95 Friday and ing gone Are the searing morning and superheated even anyone living in Sioux leaves were turning color on Trees in the county this week and Strong winds were begin Ning to blow them to the county last week knew that the temperatures for the last Sev hot weather was neither past in nor it was present and just about As intense As it was in i rolled and tossed in bad several nights without even a Sheet Over this is an amazing part of the temperatures soar like rockets and plunge like stones dropped into a deep our bodies Are expected to adjust to oven like heat one Day and a chill like the inside of a Freezer the we have plenty reason to talk about the weather in Iowa because were trying con stantly to adjust to there is Only one prediction ill make this week and that is that the first of autumn will arrive in not going to guess if its going to be a hot or cold but i might be Safe in predicting that it will be a dry i wont make that even though weve had More than six weeks of Hunters in Iowa should be reminded that ail Hunting dates this fall Start on a Days were recorded by weather observer John Oliver As follows 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 88 96 95 95 88 83 77 55 61 71 74 69 64 53 outstanding pastor of reformed Church will appear Here the annual fall rally of the Sioux county school association is to be held on october 5 and 6 in the new High school auditorium in Sioux the speaker each evening will be Raymond Van pastor of the first reformed Church of hol Vanheukelom is a Grad uate of Central College and pheasant season if this dry weather Wise Hunters will carry a wet pail and shovel As a precaution against the Countryside is badly another company is swinging Back to newspaper advertising after a flirtation with radio and president of Philip said recently that his company is shifting much of its advertising to news papers this year and he said his firm believes More people read newspapers than of the outstanding churches of the reformed Church in Amer he is very much interested in the work of the sunday school and is the weekly writer listen to the radio or watch i suggest that you watch whats going on from Fiek to week in our new school auditorium Here in Sioux it is being used More and More for programs that Are open to the and Many of them seem to be theres a lot of seating space there and in most cases you dont have Togo Early it to find a Good better keep an Eye on the schedule of events that is appearing in the my first Christmas greeting Lor arrived in the mail the other it was an advertising of but it made me Check my there Are Only 79 shopping Days until so if you k Mast year to do your Holiday shopping Early you can begin to think about getting if you can possibly get in for youll Bevell rewarded when you hear Reuben Young Dahl at the Sioux county educational rally Here next thurs Day brother of former Luther Youngdahl of is a it Dina Mac lutheran minister who regularly fills his Olivet Church in Minneapolis every he is one of the great names in the lutheran Church and one of the outstanding speakers in America he speakers named for reformed Church fall conferences speakers at the fall conferences of the reformed Church which will be held next will be missionary from can Ada Wilemina missionary from India and Edward Tanis of representative of the Board of conference dates and meeting places Are As follows septem Ber 28 Young men and women of the East and West Sioux territory Hlll meet in the Middleburg reformed Church at september 29the first reformed Church at Hull will be Host to the North Sioux with conferences to be held at and september 30three conferences will be held at the first reformed Church in Sioux Center for the South Sioux conferences will begin at and everyone is urged to attend these which Are expected to be very jails rated bad in inspection four out of eight jails in Sioux county were found in an unsatisfactory condition when inspected recently by the grand jury of Sioux according to a report by the grand jury Carl tank jails and cells in Rock Valley and Sioux Center needed in each Case the Hampshire boor owned by John Broek brings record Price of at show a six months old Hampshire boar owned by John Broek of Sioux Center brought an Al time record Price of last week wednesday at the National Barrow show in this was the highest Price Ever paid for a Hampshire boar that the boar weighed 275 pounds and was raised on Brooks farm 2 Miles North of it was sold to Peter Mahler of Chen Ruopen North the boar won grand championship honors at the show and was considered perfect for Type and Quality for Breeding Pur John Broek is a pure bred Hampshire breeder and has won prizes before at shows in the Middle program announced for countywide educational rally headlined two outstanding the Sioux county educational rally will be held at the new Public school auditorium in Sioux Center next thursday be ginning at there will he no admission charge and it is expected that there will be ample room for All who wish to special invitations have been issued to each school Board in the county and Many other educators in the county Are expected plans Are made for a Large at Tendance by the special Creamery meeting saturday a special meeting of All Mem Bers of the Farmers Mutual cooperative Creamery has been called for at ir30 in the new High school auditorium the meeting has been called for a discussion of problems involved in a proposed expansion plan which has been under consideration by individual Mem for several be cause of the importance of this the Board of directors is urging All members to make a Point of being in grand jury looked with Disfavour on the practice of storing materials above or in adjoining cell blocks and commented on the Lack of cleanliness in the the Only two jails in the county receiving satisfactory in As an army at preset Uon reports were the county he is serving As pastor of one Oranee City and the City of the lesson listed in the denominational discussion pub Church publication of the reformed the special music for the rally will be provided by the Kings Carlers from Dick and Belva they Are both graduates of Bible Institute and were associated with Well known Paul choral club for several they have trav eled extensively in this group and with other gospel wins purple award jail in Orange City and the City jail in Jalos and Hospers were considered clean and adequate but not As Well located or equipped As the other Poppens to leave for Singapore on ship sailing 1 and Henry reformed Church missionaries who have been visiting in Sioux will sail for Singapore 1 to resume their work in the foreign taken to the couple were Sioux City by and John Poppen thursday from where they left for i their address Judy Oelrich daughter of eng the states will be and August Ostrich sailing hoi won a purple ribbon with her Hereford baby beef at the Clay county the baby beef sold at the Clay county Sale for Calls pastor at a congregational business meeting held at the Carmel Church monday evening it was land american 29 Broad new mail addressed to them after 27 should be in care of Nethe Landloyd decided to extend a Call to Gradus Aalberts of Mouw motor to note 25th anniversary with showing of 56 cars and trucks Twentyfive years As a dealer for Ford automobiles and trucks will be noted this week end by Marinus Mouw at the Mouw motor company the Celebration will coincide with the showing of the 1956 line of Ford cars and trucks and will be highlighted by a special open House Friday and saturday will appear at it orium the new Aud the Span from Modle a Fords to sleek new 56 models with tremendous Power and built in saftey features can be recalled in vivid detail by Sioux centers dealer who displays proudly a letter of recognition from one of the top Ford executives in the letter praises Mouw for his Long service and outstanding record with that Light refreshments will be served both afternoons this week end and in door prizes will be Given away saturday night when a drawing will be held at 9 persons Register ing need not be present to who now has his sons William and Marion associated with him in the Busi says modestly that his Success during the past 25 years came from Public Confidence in and wide acceptance of Ford automotive and truck he mechanics and sales also gives credit to his staff of a special invitation has been extended through a full Page and in the news this week for the Public to join in the Cele bration Friday and saturday and see the new cars and trucks for Reuben Youngdahl the program will begin with band music by the Sioux Center High school band at at the audience will sing America the invocation will be Given at Reuben will give an address at platform guests will be introduced at and Pat assistant commissioner of Edu cation in speak at at the report on committees on education will be presented for the Benediction is scheduled for 10 commenting on import Ance of this meeting to Sioux county Tye we should fill the Sioux Center auditorium for this event because it is important to our we want to discuss How we can improve our school Kragt farm brings at auction forty acre of unimproved land in Sioux county owned by the late Kragt sold for 432 per acre the place is located one mile East and four Miles South of a Home in Hull owned by Kragt sold for vow poppies go on Sale saturday four of eight Honor the dead by help ing the living is the Call being issued by members of the veterans of foreign wars and the auxiliary for the annual buddy poppy poppies made by disabled veterans of foreign wars will be sold on Sioux Cen Ter streets Money raised by this annual Sale goes to help disabled and needy Veter ans and their members of the local vow Post urge everyone to Wear a poppy towns new pipe line is undergoing pressure tests Bartmon in Pleat sold to local men Peter Baartman announced this week that he has sold his implement business to Gerald Schutt and Wallinga of Sioux the two men have taken Over the Complete Stock of International Harvester terracing can do much for county Fields Eldridge you have Ever thought that you might need terraces on your Sioux county Extension director Maurice Eldridge suggests that you think about the following facts this land in it practically eliminates soil if the soil stays in your expensive fertilizer stays with it wasteful gullies which depreciate land values and increase farming costs Are less Likely to it reduces loss of some Farmers presently lose up to 10 of their Corn stand from plants be ing soil removed from around roots or Runoff soil covering Young terraces save rainfall for or Plant combined with con a Terrace system will trap several inches of rainfall that would otherwise be one Inch of rainfall stored in the ground can produce an additional five bushels of Corn per terraces increase total acres of Corn or Beans in the if the land is protected from Ero Sion by at least one additional year of Corn can be substituted in the crop rotation for a Meadow or pasture crop without harmful terraces Are permanent improvements which continue to in crease farm income and property if you wish More information on Extension director eld Ridge says he will be glad to help the soil conservation service whose office is in or Ange can also help you in reaching a decision on the value Gerald Schnutt farm parts and sup they began operating the business this week under the s w implement Schutt has been associated and place for terraces on your Public opinion poll to be conducted a poll to determine the pub pics satisfaction with the Eisen Hower administrations programs will Bufi taken in Sioux county it was announced to Day by Vera the who will serve As local chair Tepaske said people in the Sioux Many Center precinct will be asked to answer several questions and that poll lies a number of women in the Community will takers will appreciate the pub assist the deadlines while we would like to accent news items and advertising right up to the time when the news goes to press each wednesday it is necessary to have certain deadlines or it would be impossible to pub Lish the paper on our deadline for news copy and display Advertis ing is 12 Oclock noon wednesdays for classified and 3 unless other arrangements Are made in no copy can be accepted for publication after these your cooperation in observing these deadlines will be legion auxiliary seeking members the Doornink Brunsting unit of the american legion auxiliary has begun of pres ent members arid enrolment of new members for the coming the membership committee headed by Helen is extending invitations to come into the auxiliary to All eligible women in the Sioux Center eligible for membership Are Sisters and Daugh Tersoff american legion those of persons who died in ser vice during the world wars or korean and those of deceased War As Well As women who themselves served with the armed forces in any of the three already the largest women patriotic organization in the the auxiliary is seeking increased strength for greater service in ots various one of the most important of which is child Wel fare through which needy children of War veterans receive the Continental or grand Union Flag had thirteen alternate red and White stripes with the British Union Jack in the upper left Corn huge new Supply of water May be available to Community within week or 10 Kroon says two sections of Sioux centers new eight Inch pipe line from Tho Well site 3ms Miles East of hero were satisfactorily tested monday and tuesday and the third and final Section was due to be checked yester Day before Flushing operations would warriors get by first two reach sectional finals if no faults Ore found in the pipe line or in the water samples drawn from a huge Quantity of additional water will be available to local residents in n week or 10 town clerk Rich Kroon he snid the new Lino will have to be thoroughly flushed pitting their strength behind i can be connected Wall Nea for a number of years with Rons motor sales As an Auto Mobile he will be manager of the implement a has been in practice with Vande Garde for More than five to will continue his practice and will have an in Active part in the implement the former says his plans Are indefinite and that he Felt the need for Dis posing of the business after the death of his wife several months Pitcher Alden the Sioux Center High school warriors Rode past their first two opponents in the sectional base Ball tourney saturday and Mon Day and qualified for finals against Hull Western this game was scheduled to be played last evening at at the local Ball the warriors topped Gran Ville 5 in the round and battered monday Berkenpas pitched a one hit Ter against Grenville in the opening round and struck out 10 Paul Vanda Berg was in the catching Sioux centers scoring came with two runs in the first and three in the warriors Lead the warriors led All the Way against Hull after picking up three runs in the second inning and one each in the last Hull a bid for Victory in the final inning but Only got two men across Home before being Berkenpas allowed four and Sioux Center got the Able Warrior Pitcher also made a Good showing at getting three hits out four trips to the Beernink got the Only double baser in this con Hull Western progressed to the finals through a forfeit by Hospers and a 4 to 1 win Over Maurice had ousted Hull took Alton before being drop Ped by the the Winner of last nights contest will enter the District playoffs starting saturday at a place not yet up to the town water system find that water samples will be sent in for testing for bacterial if the new line passes All these tests it will be put into use immediately to augment the Supply of water flowing to Sioux through most of the summer the town has been on voluntarily water Des Pite the dry people have not been ble to water lawns or gardens and there has been no Street washing All sum Mer the waterworks expansion project got underway late in june when the first delivery of pipe was the pipe line project was let to the Spencer construction company of on n bid of the entire expansion Job included also another new and other equipment and is expected to Cost the town about which was raised through the Sale of general obligation a Fine new Well was brought in several weeks ago in the general area of the towns other Wells and the pump House build ing at this site is com could Alert Lowans in minutes under defense radio plan details have been completed for the Iowa civil defense radio communications backup plan which will tie together All Short wave radio in the event of an it was announced today by Ben director of civil following a today state with Iowa radio police operators of radio study the civil Community Hospital news and Jake Teunissen of Doon Are the daughter Janice parents of Fay born i the they were released on the Charles admitted Kroeze of Hull was As a surgical patient 3 local Gar bidders see action against Mason City team county 4h banquet will be held at school auditorium the annual Sioux county 4h banquet will be held monday at the Sioux Center High school Ray who worked Many years with Tho Myca will be the main speaker of the those who have heard him will know that he is a very interesting it is expected that More people will be Able to attend the banquet this since More space will be available in the tickets will be on Sale through the county Extension office and local club Sioux Center men saw their first action in a football game last thursday night and showed up Well in Tho Esti mation of coach Paul Colen whose red their Firsa game of the season at Mason the Northwestern Junior col lege coach played Ron Darrel Beernink and Duane Vande since football is not played at the a Lux Center High these boys were in experienced against an outside but Colenbrander sees Possis elites in and he May put them on the Field again sat air Federal civil defense administration and Iowa Amateur radio a plan has been completed by which governor Leo Hoegh could Alert the people of Iowa in a matter of from a main control Center in Des the 99 county City police and fire de local civil defense Public wire services and the civil air patrol would be alerted at one eight area control centers in the civil de sense Mutual Aid and Mobile support areas would relay the message to approximately radio amateurs throughout the personnel and facilities of the Iowa police radio net would Al so become a part of the state wide plan with messages flashed from its seven area trans the main control Center will be located in the state office of civil defense in Des Moines and will be manned by a state radio officer and an detail on the 15th and was released on the Norman Evenhus was an Annex to the Basic state Civ admitted As a surgical patient in defense plan and will be Dis de plans have been drawn up As on the 16th and was released on the Harold Schnieder of Boyden Are the parents of a daughter Sharon Faye born on the they continued on Back Page tribute in the near future to operating Langstraat boy has Best gains record Rodney son of and Herman Langstraat of the top rate of gain in the beef rate of gain contest this his shorthorn calf had an average gain of 298 per one Hundred seventy six baby beef and 17 cattle feeder projects were entered in this con the 4h baby Beeves averaged per Day in Sioux the cattle feeder projects had an average of per raiders Orange urday night when the meet Worthington at Mason City made its Only touchdown in the first Quarter after a drive of 71 Yards from the trojans 29 Yard a neat toss out by trojans Reed Jensen on the eight Yard line was caught by Rulie who raced across the goal line stand ing then Northwestern buttoned up and worked a defense system that kept the trojans away from pay dirt the rest of the most of the playing took place in the Center of the and the raiders were unable to the red raiders will meet Worthington at 8 Satur Day night in what is expected to be a Good Grid several local Young men and women Are registered at Pella Gary freshmen at Central and son of and Gary Boey Ink Ruth de daughter of and an Drew do Zeeuw Virfil son of and Jerry Dykstra Arnold son of and Frank punt Ardene daughter of and Ben Sandbulte Frieda vender Daugh Ter of and Tony Van Der Wilt Carl fresh son of Christine ver in Caesars the territory Meer and Louis that is now Germany was inhabited by barbarous tribes that originally from Central son of and Ted Vermeer have registered at Central Pella to conduct service Harry Brower and a group of Young people from the first reformed Church will go to Sioux City on Friday evening where they will conduct Tho services at the Rescue coming events at the new High school auditorium 24 Farmers Coop Creamery meeting 29 county educational meeting speaker Pat 6 county sunday school convention 6 Fastofsky concert violinist school Assembly program

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