Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
20 Apr 1977

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20 Apr 1977

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa T urch Faith Sioux Center news wednesday april 20,1977 Page schedule of services. Bethel Christian reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Henry Van clan Heuvel pastor. Sunday morning worship 10 00 . Evening worship 7 00 . Carmel reformed Church Rock Valley Rev. David Laman pastor. Sunday morning warship 9 30 . Sunday school 10 45 . Evening worship 7 30 . Ryf 7 15 . Central reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Wesley Kiel pastor. Morning worship 10 30 . Sunday school 9 30 . Evening worship 7 15 . Church of Christ Sioux Center Charles m. Horner minister. Sunday Bible class 9 00 . Morning worship 10 00 . Afternoon worship 1 00 . Thursday mid week service 8 00 . Covenant Christian reformed Church Sioux Center or. Franklin d. Steen pastor. Sunday morning worship 10 30 . Evening worship 6 00 . First Baptist Church Sioux Center Rev. Walter Disch pastor. Sunday morning worship 10 45 . Sunday school 9 45 . Children s hour 7 00 . Bible study 7 00 . Evening worship 7 30 . Wednesday mid week service and prayer 7 30 . Pastor vacant. Sunday hymn sing 7 00 . First Christian reformed Church Sioux Center morning worship 10 00 . Sunday school 11 15 . Evening worship 7 15 . First reformed Church Sioux Center or. Thurman p. Rynbrandt pastor. Sunday morning worship services 8 45 . And 11 00 . Sunday school 10 00 . Evening worship 7 15 . Free Grace reformed Church Middleburg Rev. John Ekema pastor. Sunday morning worship 9 30 . Sunday school 10 45 . Ryf 7 20 . Evening worship 7 30 . Lebanon Christian reformed Church Rural Sioux Center Rev. John Kroon pastor. Sunday morning worship 9 30 . Evening worship 7 15 . Netherlands reformed Church Sioux Center pastor vacant. Sunday morning worship 9 30 . Afternoon service 2 00 . Evening service 7 30 . Peace lutheran Church Rev. James Frank pastor. Wednesday april 13--l.c. W at 2 00 ., Ruth Circle at 7 30 at Donna Ranschau . At 7 30. Thursday april 14--confirmation class at 4 30 ., Bethel class at 7 30, class no. 2. Sunday april 17--sunday school at 9 30, worship at 10 30, Bethel class no. 1 at 6 30. Announce cast for Mark Twain show cast members for an evening with Mark Twain Northwestern College s Spring production were announced last week by director Tim Staal. They include Linda Post of Paullina Joan a Zwagerman of Hospers Carla Hettinga of Ontario California Van Aartsen of Orange City Danae harms of Aplington Tom Heiman of Buffalo Center Del Brink of Sioux Center Lowell Van Gorp of Madrid timime Gdalman of South Holland Illinois Mike de Krey of Colton South Dakota Randy Dykstra of Vesper Wisconsin Joan Olney of Marathon Nina Evans of Blairs Burg Linda Vander Maten of Sheldon Ginny Alvey of Renwick Steve Branch of rapid City South Dakota John Weygandt of Sheboygan Falls Wisconsin and Christy Vander Mech of Maywood Jersey. An evening with Mark Twain will be presented april 21, 22 and 23 at 8 30 . In the Northwestern College playhouse. Anonymous Check from student a an Anonymous student at Dort College recently received a Check for $1,000 which he donated to the Christian reformed world Relief committee or arc. This student challenged the Dort College student body to match that sum of Money. Therefore on saturday april 23, starting at 9 . Dort s student forum is sponsoring a 30-mile Bike a Thon from Dort to Oak Grove and Back. During the next two weeks each Dort participant will be obtaining pledges per mile from area citizens and Dort students. If you would like to sponsor a biker but have not been contacted Call Dort at 712-722-3771. The or arc is the Relief Agency of the Christian reformed Church working in America recently in Kentucky and throughout the world. Dort women s club the Dort women s club saturday april 23 at 1 00 . Commons for a Spring luncheon. Will meet the West Sioux Center names in the news two Central College students from Sioux Center will perform in the 67-voice concert choir and chamber singers Spring concert sunday april 24 at 3 . In Central s Douwstra auditorium. They Are Mona Meendering Soprano daughter of or. And mrs. A George Meendering and Keith Meendering Tenor son of or. And mrs. Al Meendering. Both students Are members of the concert choir. Edwin punt has been accepted by Iowa lakes Community College for the fall Quarter of 1977. Edwin is planning to enrol in the carpentry program which is located at the South attendance Center Emmetsburg Iowa. Dan Pluim son of or. And mrs. Harvey Pluim of Orange City has been accepted into the University of Iowa Law school in Iowa City. He is a senior at Dort College majoring in business. Ten from Sioux Center make Honor society  ten students from Sioux Center High. School were inducted into the membership Folti binational Honor society in an evening ceremony held at the High school on March a it Yemen were selected by a faculty com for meeting High standards of , leadership and Char my a it towered As Starla Van Ravenswaay and Lymie Vande Berg juniors. Molly Beaver also was a Transfer member into the local chapter from the Ester vice Iowa National . The National Honor society ranks As one of the oldest and most prestigious National organizations for High school students. Chapters exist in three fourths of the nations High schools an since 1921 More than sex million student s Hay peer selected to temper shop v a Dpn a san. " " fir w v Bible Reading for nursing Wing residents of the nursing Wing of Sioux Center Hospital can have Bible read to them. The the Sioux Center Man uses form experience in Mission work a Young Sioux Center Man uses his Iowa farm skills to do missionary work in the Little town of Oaxaca Mexico. Duane Postma son of or. And mrs. Gerrit Postma Ott Reion Iowa is Busy teaching the indians of Oaxaca How to farm More efficiently and raise Small animals. Any would a Young couple be willing to spend three important years of their lives in a mexican Village Duane and Shelley feel that they have been blessed with Many skills and with much love through their Faith in god. They wish to do work that would allow them to give this knowledge and this love to others. They have found that the mexicans Are eager to improve their lifestyles and eager to learn from the courses Duane teaches at Center. Duane and his wife Shelley and their son Scott Are in Oaxaca for the Christian reformed world Relief committee an organization of the Christian reformed Church. Christian High school music festival Friday on Friday april 22, the Dort College music department will Host the annual Christian High school music festival. Approximately 300 students from five Christian High schools will participate in the All Day band festival. Bands from Central Christian High in Prinsburg Southwest Christian High in Edgerton Unity Christian High in Orange City Western Christian High in Hull and Kalamazoo Christian High in Kalamazoo. Mich will take part in the festival. On Friday morning several students from each school will perform solos and in Small ensembles. The students will be Given written comments regarding their individual performances. In the afternoon each band will perform several selections. The director will receive written comments regarding the bands performances. The afternoon performances will also give each band an Opportunity to hear the other bands perform. A at 3 30 the bands,1 from All the High schools As Well As members of the Dort College concert band will join in a mass rehearsal of four selections which will be performed at the evening concert. The massed band will be under the direction of or. Clarence Doornbos instructor of music at Dort College. The High school students will be guests of Dort College for an informal supper in room  ci06. The Dort College stage band conducted by or. Gerald Bouma. 1 will entertain the students through the supper hour. A \ the highlight of the Day will be the evening concert at 7 30 . In the Dort a College auditorium. Each High school band will two selections the Dort College concert band conducted by or Gerald Bouma will perform and All the musicians will perform four selections in a massed band under the direction of or. Doornbos. The Public is invited to attend the evening. Concert at 7 30 in the Dort College auditorium admission prices Are $1.00 for so Man receives Dort scholarship Tim Ribbens son of or. And mrs. Douglas Ribbens Sioux Center received the $300 , Dykstra scholarship for business administration students at the business executive banquet held at Dort College. Tim is a Junior business major at Dort. A faculty scholarship committee awards it yearly to a Junior or senior business student and is based on the commitment communication and the academic performance of the student. Other awards presented at the banquet include the outstanding senior award a year s subscription to the Wall Street Jon Naf and a plaque to Dan Pluim of Orange adults and $.50 for students. There will be no charge for pre school children. The Dort College Bookstore has donated 30 cassette tapes on which the entire testament psalms and proverbs have been recorded. Paul Mims who loves to read the word of god narrated the tapes. His Clear speaking voice presents each word in a very understandable manner. We Felt that the Blind infirm or just Plain weary residents should be Able to get full Benefit of these portions of the Bible stated or. Marvin de Young manager of the Dort Bookstore. We Pray that god will richly bless his word and that these readings will be a source of Comfort and strength to All who listen to these cassettes. We Are pleased to be Able to serve the residents in this quartet at Carmel there will be a program by the Harmony 4 quartet from Plankinton s.d., on april 24 at 2 00 in the Carmel reformed Church. The offering will be for Hope Haven. Recital planned at arc in Sioux Center Chris Meeuwsen son of or. And mrs. Henk Meeuwsen of st. Catharines ont., will give a Sophomore Organ recital at the first Christian reformed Church in Sioux Center on sunday april 24, at 3 . The Public is invited. Meeuwsen will present three songs in his half hour recital. His program will consist of prelude and fugue in a major by Bach Cantabile by Franck and prelude in a minor by Dupre. Meeuwsen played two of these songs March 25 in the prestigious nation wide annual Organ Competition sponsored by the first presbyterian Church of Ottumwa Iowa. He and five others were selected As finalists out of 23 applicants. Meeuwsen started playing piano at the age of ten. When he was sixteen he started taking Organ lessons and has been playing organic Var since. A Sophomore at Dort he has studied under prof Joan Ringerwole for the last two years. Rural school system seen As better Quality education Small Iowa Rural school systems those with fewer than 750 pupils and serving a Rural area provide better Quality education than larger Rural districts according to a recent research study. James Jess of Latimer who is superintendent of schools at Cal Community schools Dort prof to Bible Reading is there an aesthetic Way to ride a Bike to set a table or to decorate a living room what is the role of Art in Reading the Bible or. Calvin Weld senior member in aesthetics Art theory at the Institute for Christian studies in Toronto ont., will try to answer such questions Public lectures in room c160 of Dort College s class room building on monday april 25. At 3 . Seerveld will make an audiovisual presentation entitled a contribution of Christian aesthetics toward Reading the Hugh Cook assistant professor of English at Dort and chairman of the sponsoring Fine arts committee stated "1 would especially recommend that local pastors hear his 3 . Presentation on the role of Art in Reading Seerveld will speak on obedient aesthetic life at 7 30 . April 25. Cook described Seerveld As being very practical. He works with Art As a part of e everyday experience and explains the difference Between sentimental melodrama and True artistic expression.". A native of Long Island and a graduate of Calvin Colleg Seerveld has studied written and lectured extensively in Art and related Fields. After completing graduate studies in literature and philosophy at the University of Michigan and the free University of Amsterdam he studied at base Switzerland and Rome. Seerveld also received a Fulbright Grant enabling him to spend the 1966-67 academic year at the University of to his present position at the Institute in Toronto Seerveld was professor of philosophy at Trinity. Christian College i polos Heights 111. V Seerveld also has contributed to several \ journals and served on the did the study As part of his work for a doctor s degree at Drake University. It involves 18 primarily Rural school systems ranging from 200 to More than 2000 students. He measured Quality in terms of results of the schooling including test scores dropout rates and graduates. Other authorities have measured school Quality by courses offered and resources available to students. Jess found the smaller schools have lower dropout rates and More graduates who Are employed or go on to higher education. There was Little difference Between smaller and larger schools on standardized test scores he said. Larger schools had a lower Cost per month More course offerings and higher teacher salaries. Smaller schools were seen As More satisfactory by students teachers and parents in terms of educational Opportunity preparation for later life interpersonal relationships recognition decision making and personal and professional growth. Students in  the smaller schools reported More help from teachers and that teachers saw them As individuals. Parents of children in smaller schools were More willing to pay increased taxes to support schools. Jess was on the program monday april 18 at a conference on school reorganization at Drake University in Des Moines. He gave a preview of his findings last week to a Rural school planning committee of the Iowa association of school boards. That committee is looking at ways schools in Rural areas can offer Quality education despite declining enrolment. Obituaries Daniel bos Maurice Daniel bos 23, Maurice died Friday at an Orange City Hospital after a lengthy illness. Services were at 10 30 monday at the first reformed Church in Orange City. Or. Raymond Vanheukelom and Rev. Perry Raak officiated. Burial was in West Lawn cemetery in Orange City under direction of the Van Etten Oolman funeral Orange City. Or. Bos was born april 23, 1953 in Remsen he Farmed with his parents. He was graduated from Maurice Orange City High school in 1972 survivors include his parents or and the Church j Faith Page is made possible through the following individuals and organizations in the Sioux Center area Casey s bakery where Quality excels 215 North main Avenue Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2551 c0as1 to coast stores Paul & Darlene Morman owners 880 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa 51250 phone 722-2591 Heusinkveld Book store 932 second Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-4622 interstates electric & engineering co., inc. John a. Franken president 1520 Industrial Park Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-1622 Joe s ready mix Arlon Sandbulte your Concrete and digging specialists phone 722-1646 living industries incorporated Home builders Hull and Sioux Center phone 439-2623 Oliver ready built Homes Aric Oliver owner we build on location or ready built Homes to your plans and Rozeboom Broek & Van Bruggen insurance Agency 38 third Street . Sioux Center Iowa Sioux automation Center farm automation construction repairs and manufacturing 877 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-1488 Sioux preme packing co. Highway 75 South Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2555 the Coffee shop Henry & Marlon Kroon managers featuring breakfast and lunches downtown Woodland Lee Mullenburg fresh groceries Dally All Church i Faith patronage inquiries May. Be made by either writing the Sioux Center news , Box 27$ Sioux entered$1250l or by Call \ a a

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