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Captain Erkes is assigned as Assistant Rail Provest> Marshall He will serve in an advisory cap acity on rail security operations ,to Commanding Officer, 3rd

TMRS.

First

Erkes has been awarded the

onsor

European Theater Ribbon, Amer

iven lican Defense Service Medal, light American Theater Ribbon, U N

y en- Command Ribbon and the Kor-

ther

ean Service Ribbon.

ings He has completed twenty-two

 

be

years of military service.

 
 

His parents,

Ekes, live at

Mr- and

Mrs

Joe

nd

a

423 N- Fourth ave-

aken-.Sheldon, Iowa-

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^PUBLISHED AND

ENTERED INTO THE

BQYDEN

POST OFFICE

AS SECOND CLASS MAIL EVERY THUSRDAY

Volume 60

>. Boyden,

Sioux

County,

Iowa

Thursday, July 3, 1952

 

Windstorm Mangles Cherokee Area

All

wore

boutonnieres.

The bride's

white,

carnation

mother

wore

a

 

Church Calendar

 

navy

'blue

dress

with

light

FIRST REFORMED

 

Paper Found 50 Miles Away

[.

Wedding

accessories.

:

The groom's mother

wore, a

 

CHURCH

 
 

Morning Worship

9:30

A. M.

Roetman - Sorensen

The First Reformed Church of

fioyden

was the

scene, of an

im-

pressive wedding

on Thursday

8 p.m.

evening-, June 26 at

when Miss Amelia Roetman,

navy blue

accessories.

dress

-They

with

both

light

wore

gladiola corsages.

Miss Helen Westra had charge

of the guest book.

Miss

Leila- Tinklenberg

of

Pipestone, Minn, and Miss Hat-

tie, Blow.: of

Little. Rock

dis-

played the gifts.

Afternoon

Worship

Sunday School

Christian Endeavor

1:80 P. M. 3:00 P. M. 7:30 P.M.

Home Mission

Circle"

meeta

Thursday

afternoon at 2 p.m,

Girl's

League

for

Service

meets

July

9

at

7:30

p.m.

daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Amos

Roetman

of Hull, became the

bride of Mr. Stanley Sprensen,

son of _Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Soren-

sen of-Melvih, Iowa.

T DivFv Wezeman, president of

The

friends

wedding

guests

of

and • relatives,

bride and groom ..

were

the

After

11ion was

the ceremony a recep-

held

in

the church

LS

to. 1^0

w

Muriej

Next Sunday the services will

be conducted by

the Rev. Van

Oosenburg of New Era, Mich.

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN

guests.

Northwestern Junior college

/Grange City, officiated

at

; double'-ring

presence of

of relatives

ceremony 'in

a . large

' and

bride, .wh o was

marriage

by her

of i KoWspiman

the

the

nan

' Koeisemia n

music and

played

appropriate

marches

traditional

w e re :

as the guests- took

Waitresses

.their-seats

Misses

attendance

-The

in

was

friends.

give n

father,

Frances Sitters, Trudy Bosnian,

Lois Hubers, jDqrothy * Doctor,

•• Ruth

Koele, :

Lavonne Moret

T3

-_i

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and Kather-

Hermhia

Miss

,

lovely in a'.white lace net gown

with

a

fitted

lace

bodice over

taffeta.

icnicia .

The neckline

JLIIC

ucimiint:

was out-

wuo

UUL-

lined by five large scollops. The 1 ' Brmk s ^as dinning-room

,

host- P- m -

cape: sleeves were on lace

net: es ?:

R

f v -

The bouffant floor length skirt

_

Draper

of Melvin acted

CHURCH

Rev. Henry Baak, Pastor

Sabbath School

Morning Woi-ship

Evening Worship

10:00 A. M.

11:00

A. M.

7:30 P. M.

Ladies Aid Society will

meet

Thursda v

afternoon

at 2:0 0

n

m

ST. JOHN EV, LUTHERAN

was net over net

as

the

toastmaster.

The pro-

CHURCH

 

'The over skirt had-two

wide wide

^^ m

c

°S

sisted

? >-

61

°

S y '

The above photo shows the re-'with a few chunks of dirt-

mains of a house after, the wind

Mr-

Merle Hansen, a

farmer

storm

had passed in

the

south of Paullina

,Iowa-

area

living

on

a

farm

Mixed side of Lost Island

on

the

lake at

east

Bra-

and thought they were blown in

panels of

scolloped .lace

from

reSbnTntn he |»

waist to. the fto

t.^MH

..

m

_

Her tulle

•pi.

pc .

white

found a set of mortgage

among the debris with a Chero-

Don

T

De

,

P

Roos of

°£,

Melvin, •• who

sang

"Always." Mrs.' Case

This

splovoj.:/; ,-Miss;

Slothouber- played , "Bless

House"

on

the

Rev H. J. Knoploh, pastor

German Service

(Service

8:00 a.m.

9:00

10:15

a.m.

a.m.

in with parts of the house are

parts of trees, posts, etc-, along

metsburg found bits of

wood

and tin scattered over his place

Fast Action On First Base

kee address on them-

Photo courtesy Paullina Times -

seed pearls and

chantin^'lace.

trimmed

with

Her only jewelry was a single

strand

of. pearls, a

gift

of

the

sang

a

splb

"At

Dawning.""

Miss'-Sonna Ver : Hpef '^f Rock

Valley;-s ang the closing number,

"I Love You Truly."

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_The bride's table was dec&rated

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Former Sheldon Man Is Assistant

 

? .She carried a bouquet of red

roses, with white streamers and

iyjr.

; .sAliss- Shirley Mackie

of

Hull

.was bridesmaid. She wore

in

the

bride's.^chosen .colors'

with a three-tier. we.dding cike

placed on a large mirror topped','

with

a

bride and

groom in a

RailProvest In Korea

 

.R§le orchid.net over a dress of

deeper orchid' of silk crepe.v-S|

wore, net mitts and a matchin|fl L

he |u P iece -. •••' .'"• 4 with White accessories. After a 'children, live at I5i40' Stevens

bhe carried a.colonial boiiflnet short honeymoon to the Lake of Ave., Bellflower, Calif-, recently'

gladiolas with

yellow. ( the Qzarks

--

they will be at home wa s assigned to the Army's 3rd

(Transportation Military

Ruil-

w

y

service ^vhich operates the

with

streamers.

Muriel Koerselman presided

while

the

bridal

- friends m Melvin.

'at the organ

graduate of

College

of

party took their places in front

of an altar decorated with 2 sets

of candelabra and an open

Bible and baskets of lovely gar-

den flowers.

. 'Miss Trudy Roetman, sister

of the bride, was' junior brides-

maid. Her gown; was made with

a fitted bodice and skirt of deep

orchid net over taffeta. She

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Grange City. She plans to teach

in

1*1

the

-4-Krk

Melvin

1\/Tn1 • iC-n

School this

fall.

{^nn Qnl i/ l 'i ho/~1 1

The groom is also a graduate ''P

of

b v

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of Northwestern Jr. College

1

Orange City

r?.'

and is employed by

n

n

r\

I ci

'

Q W\.n l r\\m.

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the Graves Construction Co

~

Melvin.

Korean National Railroad-

f^nvmf'f.i'ni'l \r .

i lh Him nvl

O

traffic ,the railroad carries 95

1

er cen t

zone '

of the auppliea required

the

combat

is

the

UN _ troops in

T hc

3rd

TMRS

f /operations hub foi^ the

of

trains over the ."

routing

system-

The above photo shows Norma

Horn, first baseman for the Boy

den girl's softball team, catch-

ing a fast ball on first base to

put out an unidentified Sioux

Falls player

.."

The

base

ump., | to

catch

the ball.

Dick Doorenbos, on the left and

the Sioux Falls team's first base

coach are shown tensely await-

ing to see if Norma will be able

Note: Action in photo

to

be at

appears

was

3rd base as photo

printed backwards-

Photo by "Cliff" De Zeeuw

Boyden Girls Win Over Sioux Falls

Boyden tripned ; the fast Sioux

Falls Regional Winners

of .last

year

by the

score

of 7-6, hand-

ing-them their first defeat after

thirteen

straight

.wins-

Sioux

Falls won the Regional by tak-

ing- the Siouth

Dakota,

North

Dak- arid

Wisconsin, but was

defeated by'a .fast

team

 

from

Minnesota, 1-0-

i

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Grandson Of Boyden U. P. Church Makes

Couple Hit By Auto

Improvements

Bryan Boonstra, grandson of Members of the United Presby-

and

Mrs-

Rob

Moret

O f

terian Church

of Boyden can

Mr-

Boyden

was

severely

injured

auto

lad

*°°k

new

a s

.forward

to

sitting

upom

when he was struck

by an

church pews- The new pews

) ve11 a s

a,new pulpit,

table,

communion

-'---•— chairs

which

last Tuesday morning-- The

was hit

as

he

was

crossing a

street by a passing auto.

i were ordered from the American

'Seating

Company

Mich,

last

of

Grand

February,

His skull was fractured in two Rapids,

places and he

also

received

ear-

a

concussion above his

His

arrived Tuesday .morning- Mem-

bers of the local' Presbyterian

condition is regarded

as being church gave the floors a thor-

wore mitts and a matching head

piece of net.

She

carried

colonial bouquet of yellow glad-

iolas with streamers.

Mr. Bernard Rensink sang

"Because" before the ceremony

and Mr. Ted Rensink \ sang

"Wedding

Prayer"

after

the

ceremony.

The

groom

wore

a light

business suit. Mr. Glen Sorensen

'brother'of the groom, served as

best man.

Mr. Lee Moret of Boyden and

Ml-. Dale Moust of Melvin were

ushers. Mr. Danny Ver Hoef of

Sioux

usher.

Center

was

honorary

a

GirlS Leagu e TO

"

o

c

Presen t SflOrt

\

Program

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Captain Erkes is assigned as

Assistant Rail Provest> Marshall

He will serve in an advisory cap

acity on rail security operations

,to Commanding Officer, 3rd

TMRS.

The Girl's League of the First

Reformed Church

are

sponsor

Erkes has been awarded the

European Theater Ribbon, Amer

ing a short program to be given lican Defense Service Medal,

July 9 at 8:00 p-m- The highlight American Theater Ribbon, U N

of the evening will be a play en- Command Ribbon and the Kor-

titled "The Lord's Acre-" Other ean Service Ribbon.

entertainment such as readings He has completed twenty-two

and musical numbers will

provided-

be

A lunch

will be

served and

a

years of military service.

His parents,

Mr- and

Mrs

Joe

Ekes, live at

423 N- Fourth ave-

free-will offering will be taken-.Sheldon, Iowa-

"Slim" Gets The Bird

Tola Horn,,the Boyden- pitcher,

wery serious-

OUffJ , cleaning .Mon- and Tues.

allowed' seven hits*; The Sioux The pews are in the church, Falls pitcher, Oster, gave up
allowed' seven hits*; The Sioux
The pews
are
in the
church,
Falls pitcher, Oster,
gave
up
but
Ray Rbhlfs Rolls Car
™ ]1 not ** asa emWed until.
eleven hits and no walks- Tola
sometime next week-
For
this
Horn and Joan Van Velzen hit
While on his way to . Orange reason, Sunday school and • the
home runs for Boyden-
City last Monday morning 'Ray' m0 rning service will be held in
Rohlfs applied
his
brakes
to
.
.,
, „
,.
,
,, .
f
avoid hitting a truck which was !, he
f hoolhouse for this coming
John Boote Pays $380
Per Acre For Ed Moss
Estate Farm
backing out of a driveway-
He Sunday only. There will be
ntf
missed the
truck, but lost con- evening- service-
troj
of
his
car when he. applied
his brakes
on the
loose
gravel
Have
A Safe
4th
causing his car to swerve
into
Hull-—John Boots of Hull pur-
tKe ditch.
The Reporter staff hopes that
chased the 200-acre farm of
the
on
will have a
happy and
safe
Ed Moss estate just west of
The car,
which was
a
1952
Huil on Highway 18 for $386
(A Ju]y ' I)on ' t gefc blow n
Ford, was
very badly
per acre at auction sale held Fri-
as
a
result of its
rolling'"over ^
a fivedracker
oF
injured
The farm had been operated
ways to make the headlines-
a stop-
by Clarence Vos, a son-in-law of
Moss, for several years-
Boote
Ray was
lucky to escape
any
Advertisement
owns other land
in
the Hull
injuries
other than
a
cracked
vicinity-
wrist-
The telephone number
of the Dick Koerselman
res.
.Moss, who a"s am'ember of
the
The accident occurred iy 2 rni.
has been changed from 3391
"Slim" Horn picked
up
the
been wounded and
was easily
caught-
Sioux county board
of
super-
from the
Newkirk road on
the
to 3732
owl
in the
above photo while on
no
one as
yet
has indentified
visors, died of a heart attack in
road
running
south
from
the
his cream
route- The
owl is
a
\yhat kind of owl it is- It sounds
Sioux City several months ago-
Rohlfs farm-
'peculiar orange-yellow color and
like a screech owl- The bird had

Reporter Photo—.