Spoolstra, John M 19520529 Article Iowa; Property Transfer
PAGE THBEB a a a eighth grade pupils to attend high school or academy, it is imperative that young people continue their educational opportunities. opportunities. The County Board of Education Education met in the Office of the County Superintendent on Monday Monday evening and considered the Budget, handicapped children's children's program, elementary supervisor, supervisor, and otlier routine business. business. Mr. Martinus Intveld, Hull Iowa, the newly appointed member attended. Mr. Intveld, fills the vacancy on the board caused by the resignation of Mr. Arie A. Grootois, Boyden. Iowa, who moved out of the area. The Honorable Charles B. Hoeven, 8th. district reprcscn- ative in Congress was common- cement speaker for tlie Newkirk Newkirk Consolidated school on Wednesday. County Superintendent Superintendent Tye presented Diplomat to the rural and town eighth grade boys and girls in each school commencement. Mr. Stanley Sprik, who has successfully taught the past two years in the rural school of Reading and Nassau Townsliips, has been elected to teacli 6th. grade in the School For Christian Christian Instruction, Orange City. We regret losing Mr. Sprik. since we are so badly in need of good rural teachers, but we are glad he gets a promotion, and only has one grade to teach. A large number of teachers and students viewed the educational educational exhibit on conservation conservation unit sent out by the Iowa State Conservation Commission on display in the city park, at the Orange City Tulip Festival, the past week. I SIOTTX 4-H ! CLUB NEWS Flyinir EaRles The .Tohn Dekkers residence was tlie meeting place of the Flying Eagles 4-H Club. It wa.s, held n April 8, 1952, the roll call, "My Favorite color horse" was answered by seven members. members. Tv/o visitors and the leader. leader. Dwayne A. Rohweder was present at this meeting. He told us of the different things which 4-H does for us. Charles Mc Cory had a talk on soil con- /servation. This was our discussion discussion topic. The demonstration demonstration "Good Eating Habits" wa.s given by Marvin Dekkers. Dwayne Dwayne A. Rohweder showed moving moving pictui 'Gs on getting swin.' ready for the 4-H show. Mr.s. Dekkers served a delicious lunch. Games were played after the meeting. Reporter-Marvin Fedders. Kinir's Servants A group of interested people met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm H. Van Sloten, .Ir., on Friday, April 25, for the purpose purpose of organizating a girls 4-H Club. 4-H membership enrollment enrollment was 24, but 19 were present. present. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Phyllis J. Alvord. The meeting was opened by repeating the pledges. We voted for officers and we also chose the name as "Kings Servants". The Kings Servants sang a few songs and the meeting was adjourned. adjourned. Lunch was served by Mrs. John Van Sloten. Reporter-Elda Mae Kooima. I DEEDS FILED 4* Gerrit Vink & wf to Gerrit Vink et ux L 20, Hull $1.00. John B. Mayer, Extr to Gerrit Vink L 2 Blk 20, Hull .$3400.00. Gerrit Van Putten & wf to Arnold Arnold J. Vermeer L & S 19 3/10 ft L 6. Blk 4, Bergman's Addn, Sioux Center .$1.00. Jacob Proost & wf to .Tohn M. Spoolstra L Blk Aud Subdiv Out Lot 1 Rock VaUey $4300.00. John M. Spoolstra & wf to Eldon Eldon R. Haas et ux L 1 Blk 1, Aud Subdiv Out lot 1, Rock Val- Jey $4800.00. Maris J. Goebel, sgl to^ Christian Christian M. Jacobs et ux Pt 24, North Alton, Alton, Iowa $1,00. Nellie Marie Rodibnugh & husb to William Moreman ct ux E 29 ft L 17 & W 50 18 Aud Subdiv W'i SW'i 4-.95-45 $1.00. Albert Van Leeuwen & wf ta Jacob C. Van Leeuwen et ux L 3 & Sly V& vac alley betwn Ls 2 & Blk 10, First Addn, Hospers $1.00. DRY CLEANING ALL- uiflys From s!)otti"j>: attention —to final insneetion—\vc assure you (he tincst quality Ury-cleaninff! Do as Innirt- recls of other particular people people do_- try our superior dry- cleaning "scirvices, today! STOP Hawarden Cleaners AT YOUR DOOR Monday and Thursday Or leave at Homan's Store OF EVERY MEAL For real appetite appeal, nothing beats the tanta- tlizin.g aroma of our breads or rolls toasting over barbecue or camp fire. Buy some, try some, today I -^^^ ALTON. .