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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa If my is sound like is in this column this week its because in nursing a a few bugs and the weather ganged up on me Over the week end and had me Down but you cant waste time with a cold in the newspaper so i was Back on the Job monday morning with an extra Supply of handkerchiefs and a few at this i feel quite Are wonderful things sometimes and Ive been grate Ful More than once for the Progress made by our pharm next you is National pharmacy so maybe this is a Good place to give the nations druggists a besides handling even thing from paint to their real specially is drugs and and most of them spend a lot of time keeping up in their chosen while some people May utter a complaint occasionally about the High Cost of a certain they May not understand what it is Are paying for and that what they have purchased May be Worth considerably More volume 44 number 32 Cinter of Sioux Iowa official City and county new spam september water Supply pipeline passes All pressure tests May be ready soon to them than what they paid years ago prescriptions Cost As Little As a but sometimes these were just a Dollar for there was no real Story its a different As a matter of fifteen years ago drugs were just coming 90 of today prescriptions could not have been filled 10 years sulfa into use 12 years ago antibiotics were not available to the Public 10 years ago a dose of penicillin Cost six years ago a neomycin Chlortetracycline was announced and Only a year ago the improved Broad spectrum Chr omy Cin tetracycline was Intro if these marvelous drugs Cost More than you paid for syrups and Root oils a number of years perhaps it would be Well to compare what the medicines will before the dust piles High on our town baseball teams trophy lets review the record of some of the top Les the Grot for really put in a whinging of a he got credit for 12 wins and one pitched 103 allowed 37 runs on 66 hits and struck out 130 he did Flushing of line completed monday town awaits word from state on purity of water samples a head of thousands of Gallons of water from the town Well site ready to flow into Sioux centers water Reservoir As soon As the water is approved by the state department of Public the water is in the new eight Inch pipeline which has new been thoroughly and accepted from the the discovery to two broken sections near the Sioux center1 pm of the line thursday required dig Ging up and replacement before the line could be further this was done Friday and saturday an Flushing operations were started late saturday afternoon to re move deposits of Clay and soil that got into the line while it was under thousands of barrels of water were forced through to clean out the when this was compleat water samples were taken to Send in for it is expected that a week or ten Days will pass before a report is received according to town clerk Rich with the coming of cooler weather and Sioux Cen ters water shortage has been relieved and reserves Are almost Back to Normal Kroon said that after the new pipeline is in use plans will be made for removing scale and de remarkably Well at and was credited with five Home runs during the ouly Ken de Xpsy with 6 Hom did better on Fence Wayne Juffer had the Best batting trips to the hitting Dan de Huyter was next with on 71 trips to the plate and 24 hit Gar Yehudis connected 19 out of 58 times and had a of that by Good Ball batting average what we mean building and repair shop North of the municipal for the first time in the Hist be Ory of the town All of the municipality equipment can be put under cover for the the towns new storage just Light Plant now has a roof and is in the built of blocks and was put up during the the Best salesmen in the must be in the Automo bile american dealers sold million new cars and 7 million used ones in the first eight months of one of our local women received a distinct Honor recently when she was invited to attend the fifth National conference for Enesco 4 and she is Narine the and Shes giving the matter a lot of the conference will be held at Rev Ralph Mulder writes posits in the old six Inch line so As to increase its water carrying this will give the a much greater capacity for pumping water from the Well site and enough to meet almost any Western overcomes warriors to take 6 to 4 the Sioux Center warriors were eliminated from the fal baseball tournament last week wednesday night by Western Christian of Hull by a margin of 6 to 4 in seven innings of the warriors got off to a Good Start in the opening inn ing by three Western was held scoreless until the third when they managed to get a runner in the last of the fourth West Ern brought in three More runs on three hits and a tying the contest at the knot was broken by the boys from Hull in the1 last of the sixth when they scored two More and then held the warriors through the next inn Best hitting was done by Paul Vande Berg when he drove out a three Bagger in the third and was brought Home by How Ard Beernink on a this was the final sectional batteries were Alden Berken Pas to Vande Berg for Sioux and de Boer and Blankespoor to Groeneweg for West Western Christian was eliminated tuesday in the District by Larchwood marys in a nine inning contest that Drew out to a 9 to 8 neighbors help pick 60 acres of Corn for John Good neighbors of John hubers gathered at his farm Southeast of Sioux Center last week thursday and picked 60 acres of Corn for they used three pickers in the morning and four in the after hubers suffered a heart at tack three weeks ago and is not allowed to although he is up and around again those who helped with the Corn picking operations were Chris Calvin Junior door Arnold Gerrit yei1 Henry Arie Andrew and Elmer and Alfred hubers Little dog her very Well a Little dog that haunt seen de Holtrop in two years was completely beside itself last week when it recognized her As she arrived for a visit at the Bert Holtrop Home in Holtrop got acquainted with the dog when her sons family lived in a trailer House on the hol trop Yard the dog seemed to recognize her instantly and jumped All Over her in hol trop will return when she can find a ride Back to Sioux annual missionary conference set for tomorrow morning the Sioux women missionary Union of the re i formed Church of America will from saying that held their sixth annual con about 11 or 12 inches of rain has fallen Down there since they he says he wishes some of it had fallen up we can report we Are getting a Little of it but it came a Little too late for its and it feels i observed one of the sure signs of Winters approach this week Crews of Highway work ers putting up Snow its Good to see Fred Den Beste up and around i saw him drive up town tues Day for the first time in Many Fred has had a Long spell of ill state College woman will speak Here Buena Specia list in child development and fam ily relations at Iowa state will conduct a discussion of what goes toward developing healthy personalities in people at a pub Lic meeting in the Sioux Center town the meeting will be held at 8 All persons in this Grea Are invited to attend the meeting which is open to both adults and Young Ference in the first reformed Church at Sioux Center Friday there will be three the morning session at will be followed by a noon the afternoon session will begin at and the even ing session is at these meetings Are open to the Public but a special invitation is extended to men As Well As to the evening guest speakers for this con Ference will be the Jacob Blaauw from miss Wil Helmina Noordyk from India and Edward Tanis from who will represent the special music will be furnished by the first reformed Church of Sioux Center and the reformed Church of Maurice and the reformed Church of Tri state teachers Institute will be at Hull the annual Tri state Christian teachers Institute will be held at Western Christian High school at 6 and about 200 teachers and administrators from 40 Christian elementary and High schools located in South a Minnesota attend these the total Pupil enrol ment in these schools is about Louis minister of the Christian reformed Church at Inwood Iowa will be thei Spira tonal speaker thursday Earl professor of history at Calvin College will lecture on lessons from history and the teaching of Vander minister of the third Christian reformed Church at will an address on god entered there will be various sectional meetings devoted to subjects of interest to elementary and High school the new York daily graphic was the first illustrated daily news Holland minister to preach tonight at Netherland Church pastor of the Netherlands reformed Church at hol will preach in the Loca Netherlands reformed Church this at eight cuperus is a guest in the Hegeman Home Here while he is enjoying a few weeks visit in this Vicinity from Here he will go to visit with friends in California Anc after which he will re turn to his Home in the Neth Bert Bartels will manage elevator Bert Bartels of Sioux Center was named this week As Man Ager of the replacing Neal de who has Bartels was employed by the Farmers cooperative society Here for a number of years be fore resigning Tor at the More to become Jan first reformed recently he has been employed by the Sioux county farm he will begin his new duties in Maurice Ray Cunningham speaker for 4h banquet 4 the annual Sioux county 4h banquet will be held monday october 10 at the Sioux Center High school Ray worked Many years who with has the 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 peo ple will Able to attend the banquet this year since More space will be available in the tickets will be on Sale through the Extension of fice and local club local girls to give demonstration Judith de daughter of and Al de Vries of Sioux and Carol Clev daughter of and Fred Cleveringa Sioux will compete the girls demonstration contest at the Waterloo cattle Congress the title of their demonstration is hidden they won the Honor of demonstrating at Waterloo by placing 2nd in the senior demonstration contest at the Sioux county youth at Strong winds pushed an automobile belong no to Harry Powell into a nearby farm another meeting of Creamery members is planned later because of the Small attend Ance at the special Farmers Mutual cooperative Creamery meeting it was decided to postpone action on the business at hand until another meeting can be a tentative Date around the Middle of chosen and october has been members will be asked to make a special Effort to attend the less than 50 members were Able to attend the meeting sat too few to act on the question of expanding the Creamery which would involve additional Cap ital for More nearly All who attended the meeting last week seemed agreeable to the question and expressed the Hope that the would be accepted by the majority of the members of the Creamery Board believe a larger attend Ance will be possible when Corn picking is Sioux Center to get new pest office budding in 56 twins listed for october draft a pair of twins Center will be from Sioux among Sev other Sioux county youths scheduled for induction into the armed forces according to word from the draft Board office in Orange Lloyd Thurlow and thur love Lloyd Beimers will leave from other men listed Are Willard and Richard Wissink of Rock Arvel Morehead and link Orange Donald Nibbe John me cabe of Cornelius de of Hawarden and Henry de Haan of preparation made for Large crowds at sunday school convention next week Michigan minister will be speaker Here big crowds of Young people and adults Are expected Here next week for the 10th annual Sioux county sunday school convention that will be held in the High school auditorium wednesday and thurs headline speaker will be Raymond Van past or of the first reformed Church in Vanheukelom is the writer of Sun Day school lessons in the Church Herald and was a world War ii he is highly regarded As a minister and music for the convention will be furnished by the with trumpet and Vibra Harp the convention theme will be Christ for of the three meetings will begin at and it is expected that there will be ample seating space for every the convention is open to the Public and All Are urged to government approves lease for new Structure that will be built by local legion Post soon if plans now being set in motion Are carried out Sioux Center will have a new Post office Early next according to word received by the news last week from the Post office department regional office in Vanheukelom band participates n Lemars Parade the Sioux Center High school land was one of several musical groups marching in the Ameri can legion Parade at Lemars yes erday for the ninth District legion water now til Tumir for this Supply of town clerk Rich Kroon acid saturday afternoon Mfd first flow coming through Sioux contort tight wins bicycle Roger de son of and Leonard de Kruyf of Inch him Well Tel of cot Hng bicycle Here m handed Down his old Bike to a i the of about younger brother upon receiving i Stew Mimi to this picture the new photo by the four pay fines on traffic charges four cases involving traffic violations were brought before Fustice Martin Kuiken during the past enry Kosters of Sioux Cen Ter paid a Fine of and Cost on a charge of driving a veh icle with a broken wire to the Tail Light after being picked up by patrolman Haze sept la failure to appear on a Speed ing being picked up by officer John Vande Berg 5 brought the arrest of Darrel Vander Berg of Rock Valley by sheriff Harry Dykstra 22 the Young Man paid a Fine of for speeding and and Cost for failure to answer his Louie Sager of Hinton faced a charge of no Muffler and no Tail Light when he was picked up by patrolman Haze on Highway 75 he appeared the same Day and paid a Fine of and Kenneth Den Herder of Sioux Center was charged in with operating a fertilizer truck with improper License plates he paid a Fine of and Farmers May still file requests for conservation jobs Farmers of Sioux county May still file requests for govern ment cos sharing on soil and water conservation practices to be carried out this it was announced this week by John chairman of the county ask he said that funds Are still available in the agricultural conservation program act reimburse banners up to percent of the actual Cost of mos needed practices treatments approved and for land this Hull woman wins hotpoint Range Nellie Brummel of Hull has won a Pushbutton Range in hotpoint Golden anniversary National Franken local hot Point said official con test judges in Chicago selected Brummels name last week As having the Best dealer prize entry from this immediate electric sponsored Center contest As Franken the Sioux part of the appliance company National anniversary celebrate other second and prizes now being awarded to families in the United states and Hawaii include four completely furnished electric 50 Pushbutton Kitchen laundries and almost major appliances county which otherwise would not be carried out or Stab he also pointed out that compliance with Corn and wheal acreage allotments is not required to participate in act in chairman Draayer declared that drouth and hot weather have made the benefits of past conservation work especially noticeable and that such proof should result in prompt action by those having need of one or More of the cos sharing practices offered in this county which can be done this he urged Farmers interested in cos sharing work at this time to make inquiry at the county ask office As to practices being offered and to file their requests As soon As pos practices which can be carried out in the fall and Early Winter include spreading of construction of Ter erosion control and live water and work on Sod in the Case of seeding necessary preparation work might Well be completed this fall and the actual sowing done next since soil tests Are required for several practices in the 1955 program and will also be required for similar practices in chairman Draayer emphasized that this is an excellent time to have the tests Complete information on getting soil tested and taking of soil samples May be obtained from either the county ask office or the county Extension service Walter Bleeker is named member of Hospital Board Walter Bleeker was named to fill the vacancy caused by his father Gerrits resignation Wod tuesday night at the annual Hospital family he was the Only new member elected to the Board members re elected for another term were James Elsie Gerrit Douwe Vande Arie Vander John Alvin and Henry the crowd at the annual meeting was of about average size but not As Large As the group that was present last Elmer Den Board in addition to handling the usual year end members paid tribute to those who died during the past including Jim ver Andrew Albert John Van mrs Louis Nick James Den Herd Vande Henry Vander Vliet i Bald Case Van Ralph Vande Berg John the treasurers report showed earnings of before depreciation and expenditures from the Board fund o f for miscellaneous new equipment and including a Transfer to the depreciation Reserve members expressed satisfaction in the Way the Hospital has been operated during the past Stock Earth soup supper the Young women fellow ship will serve a coup supper 11 in the base ment of the Central reformed menu includes and band will perform the Sioux Center High school under the direction of or Joe Wandscheer and led by pretty head majorette Carollee Deruyter will be the guest of Morningside College saturday at the colleges annual band this years festival of bands will be bigger and better than Ever As 55 marching units from three states totalling some musicians Par Paul nationally famous composer and director will be guest the Ecsi cities arc in connection with the Morningside North Dakota state football according to George assistant to the regional operations manager at Tho Post office department has accepted a proposal to lease now quarters from Tho Doornink Brunsting Post Tho american Sioux the legion will erect a new building especially for Post of fice meeting All specifications required under the terms of the the proposed which will be erected Ori the Corner where the present legion Hall stands on first Avenue and third will be built of Brick and Concrete blocks and will have n first floor Are of Square with 00 feet of platform area and330 Square feet of paved parking the government will lease the building Utility services for n 10 year the legion will Supply sewerage service and members of the legion pro pose to have their club rooms in the basement under the Post a legion building headed by Wallinga was appointed several months ago to study plans and work is go ing ahead on this it is hoped that a definite plan can be approved within the next few weeks and that a contract can be let this Arnold Kwikkel is graduated in East Arnold Kwikkel of was one of 44 students who was graduated from the 12week general course at the National Institute of Silver in ies there september Kwikkel is the owner of Kwik Kel cleaners in the National Institute of dry cleaning is a National Trade association for the dry cleaning ceremony its Prises More cleaning plants states and 27 membership than in the foreign dry United and its service to the Industry includes not Only a training and education program for both Plant personnel and manage ment but also an extensive re search and testing Laboratory to assist the dry cleaners to give better service with the most modern and efficient equipment and the dry cleaning been in existence school has since and Kwikkel was a member of the 81st class to Complete the intensive general local boys appear on television Merlyn son of Marinus Rensink of Sioux and Kent son of and Edwin Sneller of Sioux were on the Sioux land Farmer pro Gram at Merlyn and Kent demonstrated gun safety for the area receives Good rainfall lawns benefited a total of inches of rain fall during the past seven Days was making lawns and pastures Green again this week in Sioux Light i showers fell Sun day1 and the sky was completely overcast monday with a drizzly rain falling most of the this was the most moisture recorded Here in one week since Early in the Rains helped reduce the fire hazards while Farmers were picking temperatures were moderate to Cool throughout the weather records kept by Volunteer observer John Oliver Are As follows 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 79 73 65 68 52 55 72 54 53 43 39 40 45 47 cancer leaders attend conference nine american cancer society volunteers from this county at tended a on Day leadership conference hold at Orange City last according to acs chapter chair Man for Sioux fifteen wore present representing five other counties this methods were discussed for promoting More widespread knowledge of cancer and the known protective it was pointed out that More effective Public education is needed in Iowa to help save the lives of an estimated Lowans who each year become cancer victims because they fail to recognize Early symptoms of the those attending county wore from this George Art Vande Martin Van Ooster Naomi Ido and Clar ence Peters of Orange George Cannegieter and Hegg of Rock and Edge Veltrup of Sioux woman club meeting at Cherokee the 47th annual meeting of the eighth District of Tho Iowa federation of women clubs will be held october at the Arrow theatre in the theme of the convention will be to know is to hostess clubs will be from Cher Quimby and Wash climbs wishing to prizewinning unusual crafts or essays Are urged to do there will be space Lor this

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