Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 25 Sep 1930
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 25, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPaste two Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa thursday sept 25 1930 Sioux Center Market Corn 78 on tuesday afternoon a half wit Oats 30 bum made Calls on some of the Mer chants a very intimate fellow made of vol no hogs90 no Bones about finding out the first Haye you joined the mrs we mans was a Sioux red Cross yet City shopper tuesday afternoon if not your membership is missing to oin egos Sioux Center John Wesse Linic returned cannot be one Hundred per cent this week from the cram pro War 1 Ietje a Sheldon Ard is recovering his recent operation ice eded to represent himself As a worry local news Bis business Man from Chicago his r mrs Maje easy or Duke and John Vander Berg went appearance was against him Intini those in charge As they receive to re to Chicago last week and bought two dating women employees it was enumeration their work carloads of Fine pianos j woman anyway who called the mar per family will Shal and As of Man said he More will be appreciated out of town in High can afford miss them very he also first Christian writes that there Are Many problems reformed Church in chins these Days such As bandits i communists the work of the Church inter cried with and therefore j asks that we shall remember chivas needs John m pastor the Vander Berg Bros sold a Large Pine Organ to a Church in edger ton the Organ will be installed sometime in october by the Vander Berg Bros 0 it if Vou line and assure them of our braver misses Elizabeth and m Nii v t interest Ai Rne Pistor announced a special quasi pcs for Ley last sunday or and mrs h Vermeer s visited their children at Hull Dragt Elanders listen return am body a Sale of their goods on Friday having sat com of he Vries v in Reeds Are Orivan Aller please return them mrs r Raven Waal rented Home recently rebuilt by j Oliver the liquidation of the debt on the Chris Tori sch jul i served everybody Welcome More Homes should be built in Sioux Center they can be rented As ins possible Minnesota paints and linseed Oil the two Best since 1870 sold at k j Schalekamp Henry and John de Boer drove to Spencer saturday to attend the conv county fair or Rosier Gnu of Trenton was a visitor Friday last week tuesday the Young in our prayers and in Erces Alcons society and the Young ladies lets write our missionaries a society held their first meeting or the season on basis of rom 12 the pastor pointed to three Pricr the Gilt of j100 to be equally Tiv Dej 1 a mind not Wise in its own con Between foreign missions Domestic cents 2 a consciousness that we risk missions Academy at Orange City Are members of one group taking and the building fund interest in one another 3 an t the annual Mission conference erness to gather More knowledge Sota i arts and linseed Oil will be held at Maurice this verb concerning reformed principles in Friday to begin in the Forenoon order to be better equipped for ser continue thru the afternoon and vice in the life god gives officers transferred to Orange City in the elected tuesday Arete following evening where or Van Kersen will for the Young ladies society the give pictures pastor chairman mrs a f Van i was told that or and mrs Kiev Vic president Sarah Riemers Tirl was never been had lived in Sioux Center a Secretary Jennie Tenharmsel the two Best since 1870 sold at h j Schaler Camp or and mrs Jolt Smith drove Luverne Minn monday an eleven found baby welcomed at the Home of or and i for some time mrs Van Der Heide has visitors from Yakima Wash mrs Joe Navis is improving nicely Ivr recent operation mrs Dongen or has been 1 Rhey will treasurer for the you no mens the Berve sister a5t saturday want to be at the conference this society Elmer Straatsma chairman visiting with her children near c even Vic president Edwa few Days last week monday Orarn Safter r exer three pc and ladies joined Church a the Central reformed Church last tuesday night for demonstrator 2 of Bravn Mfd 218a Oliver tranor Berg Brothers Jake h Vermeer and family were Here visiting Home folks Sincav be left iding t Lew weeks at their Homes Here Rons House in the old town or earing completion j an aider mrs j h return mrs a de weird was at boy Ien a couple Davs re the Home o daughter mrs Luke Rons Anub Nelv Vries please return them miss tean knee of Hull is n Sioux Center visitor Friday Evenin Grace and James warm Scheer hid or and mrs Dick Schut and their Church membership transferred 0 Garret drove to Alton saturday Froin the first presbyterian Church to Ca on their daughter and sister in dub Muse to the Central Reform Dick Mulder de Church Here please return anybody or h pc Nama having Lack screws he visited at the h j Jim Brommer Hospital for consulting o 0 week pm new Coronado radio with tone i Ernil the newest mrs uen Hull Ken Ismie More was a Sioux enter caller monday r mrs Ella de in n Temar caller in monday of this week mrs l Redeker left for Prin Here Minn to join or Redeker who is canvassing in that part of the country for Denver Sadt Rahmim Vic president Maer appreciate your Brandes Secretary Floyd mrs it Wittink is stil treasurer Gerrit Gesink vice secretan and Vic treasurer the attendance tuesday was Good yet Many More should come Young people of our congregation do not tuesday evening it was resolve mf5s making use of these Organiza in debate Beri Veen t e ver Mer tons in order to be trained for the affirmative and Henry Ramaker Nee school of life that awaits you do Dative that the school is we were severely shocked last due to arrive this week two solid More important than the sunday week when two of our number had school ask John Boeyink the to submit to an operation on the Urce who won j in Timm crisis torn met monday a Terroni on regular session 1 f Yon have no Way to set to Magnus Nelson of Granite fail visit greatly Minn visited the news office on Strong and Cour Nous she too has tuesday been conic next o her chair for years god tenderly watch Over our aged Henry Mouw has been on a birr Iii Jand weak trip he travelled about fifteen him dred Miles picking up some Good is in cattle carloads pianos some Chicago finest used i almost new prices but j a friction of new Cost 40 to select Ray Van bought Wii Tif fers Hume Juicer will move inf the Home now occupied by radio be stores town rcip1 by m Norvl in cars f he at the time t Thor paints and Linse etl Oil the two Best since 1870 sold at h j Schalck Kain mrs j h Van detest bought the Home of mrs Henry Boeyink mrs an Duest sold her Home to Peter Baartman mrs c Koops a been sick for the risk few Davs of Why 2ri children air and mrs in on the eighteenth of sept he has Joy is Horn the sick have been graciously red hereto mrs h Sneller is mrs b Roelofs or who has leers americano Gate at the de Bey Hospital and doing Vander Berg Bros Sioux Center Iowa j Maurice Friday just be f ree i enough to to airs Tepaske p unarmed Henry Ramaker they will j arrange you but you must at Brunsting tend the conference i go Sermon sentences g one to flav is Worth More than tvo you must first quest Nan Uve Berroc yol Cail be it g Sirr ply Guil lie ice something one o these Days ometrne5 none of these Davs eve drunk next Sund communion senile Holland in the morning topic Koning Rel lust Hebben o afternoon in English topic have you is bakery and r de stood All these things rec operating from her recent illness i America where r at the Home of her daughter or s a Cong As Rehe Mison Rry v Spenke Hng has returned to Honse at Middelburg Ard a one a moderate Drinker dont be Knocker you cant saw won ii with a re a Gertie jut Ter intend to go to the Sheldon Home the firt of november mrs Henry Ter Haar has a Serinus infection in her thumb Duto a Cut of n Butcher knife taken care of it the Hull tics glad to see Henry Vermeer priest Schimdt was dinner this country a not gone broke yet at least Vander Berg Bros of do not think o As Thev in Church again Are getting in two Soli carloads of i at the Home of Rev slightly Thi 11 mrs Navis has improved great John Wesselink is Back Home inca Tonga Iris is about to leave to Forscht a wrong is the Hospital mrs Etta Den Herder is c5t Revere tiie Only was Ter a if you do what Vou like try to Lik i our bakery gives the Home baked touch warm dinner lunches confections Vive a Friend is to be one and used pianos from Chicago John Kemper a Little Kempers a this week this will make Over 100 Jap Arataro 250 Guatemala Central j of atonal Bant i pianos these boys have had within America Well now you have the j one year Anddrew too be old notice to tax payers last half of taxes must be paid before oct 1st inv them at first delicious Home Candy made Sioux Center Iowa watch for the add of the one diet Franl Sheldon at his uncles d cent Sale a Schale Kumps store r Urrelo flast wednesday i one year j address too be old Neil which win appear shortly in Tho j friends and class mates do Send him news to our customers Rev Brunsting visited her a line he be mighty for f Mot scr is Jong at Orange i must give you a line from Rev the protestant Sci armed Church having Sild my interest in the Kiclty the Cefe h of China he writes in called Rev Veldman of Waupun Tam Minias grocery to my he tar a letter received last week Short in the brother patrons careless Driver Floy Hurt i Cycle one last week Brce were Riding bicycles on the pavement Nar Riding on the right Side of the Road when a car hit the Cycle on which our newsboy Eddie Moerman was Riding Eddie was badly bruised and his bicycle completely wrecked the Driver backed away and then drove on hit and run Drivers you Call them but the boys bad of mind and took his License num Ber the Brays were on the right Side of the Road Eddie was hit his bicycle was smashed the Driver run but left his number no less than a Fine new bicycle for Eddie win save the Driver t wish to thank our Mam for their Liberal patronage made our business n Success where my Brothers will and Are to continue the business t Hope ill mrs John Van Berk non under after i left from furlough in 1925 which vent an operation for Gaiter at the several of the members wrote to me 11 la Tornik Hospital i take we Etc Orange City but the past few years letters have been few and far Between and i 0i Nti View cd towers them to the extend or even i More than heretofore Raymond or and mrs l and Bern returned saturday from their trip to West Field n Dak Jake Schaap and daughter mrs John Schanpp of Ackley la visited relatives Here monday est Cream classified adv miss Hilda Jansen who is pm Lovid at Sheldon was a visitor Here i or and airs Lester and j Henry de weeds daughter broke son saturday for there her Arm while playing at school Home at in minor Kansas following 11 an extended visit Here with relatives j Jacob Riepma has been ouse suck but is now on the Road to recovery the people of Sioux j Cox tar and Community mrs a Poppen enjoyed the t have bought the interest of in company of he Sisters mrs h ver Rev n the Tammi Gas Steeg front Sheldon and mrs w grocery while i am new in the i Rozeboom from Orange City last 7 arc the people of this thursday Community that my aim shall be to i Fri Xiv customers and that Ovir j j or w7 Blick was n0tne direction of my a business caller Here wednesday let us help you find lost articles and sell your extra Stock equipment j and produce classified ads Relefo the Are looking for b b Sioux Center news ii Rother will and i will continue give Good service and will be worthy j our slogan famous for fire with Rev and mrs f Lubbers at or and mrs h j Dragt visited Jev and mrs Doon last tuesday yours for service Xen t Liiv is improving Nice in in Hospital and will be Home in about a week Gerritson or sick for the past week Reen quite my r motored former v when we were Cloit our the Sac new reached that mrs t h music Ihirg had prised awry at five Oclock funeral Are As follows saturday at the Home and at Oclock attic Central reformed Church next we Hope to give More Harneu Lars about the life of mrs have been re lived Here if the marriage of miss j Narret Infin formerly of irs1 o Arthur Sears n Oakland cant the Young couple wiil make Whir at Richland Calif Alvin House Kurti Sioux City where the viewing the cattle Mark Chenille Flowers ma3e exclusive feature Complete line of Choice or and John Pecten Fromi Sioux Cente from september i to september 16 butterfat record Boiser mnckay2526 ids of butterfat Henry Van voorst2291 ibs of butterfat Ajnoha verbals2017 ibs of butterfat Henry sneiier2006 ibs of butterfat Jake Van voorst1963 ibs of butterfat f m m Mutual Coop Creamery Sioux Center Iowa a
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