Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 23 Apr 1975
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 23, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaAsaph Dort Folk music group left to right Syd Hielema Ken Vogenes Marv Stu Urina Steve Vreeman Melody Olivier Rachel de groot John Van Grom Ngen Bernie Haan. Dort Folk group to present concert 8 . On april 26 Asaph a Christian group of eight contemporary Folk musicians will present a concert at Dort College in room c160 saturday april 26, at 8 00 . All from Dort College the group has made six appearances in Minnesota and Iowa since they started in late 1974. This performance is Only the second one in Sioux Center. Ken Vogenes a Junior from Edmon ton Alberta the group Leader stated that they have had to turn Down re quests to play As far As Pella Iowa in the Southeast Corner of the state due to Lack of time. Next year we plan to have a full schedule commented Vogenes. He said that All eight will be returning to Dort next school year. Four of the group will be singing including Sioux Cente rians Melody Olivier and John Van Groningen. Bernie Haan also from Sioux Center will be on the Drums. Two guitarists and a pianist will also accompany the singers. The musicians named themselves Asaph after the biblical figure by the same name who wrote psalms in the Bible. Asaph also Means to them always sing and Praise the Public is invited Vogenes said but there will be a very Nomi Nal admission charge under a Dollar to cover the Cost of the 38 kindergarteners enrolled at Christian school for next term thirty eight kindergarten students were enrolled at the april 7th round up held at the Sioux Center Christian school and will begin their school careers in september. The list of the students and their fathers Jill Altena syn Kristi Altena Kenneth Bradley Brandes Howard Daniel Byl Henry Jodi de groot John Amanita de Leeuw Gerri Lyle de Stigter Gerald Todd de weird Ron Sherri Dolieslager Cor win Peggy Franken Gerald Laurel Gritters Lyle Seth Haan c. Elso Nanne Hooyer Tony Suzanne Koe Koek Arnold Janelle Kooi Elmer Kristin Meendering mrs. John Adaniel Mennega Aaldert Judith Meyer Gilber Michon Register at Sioux Center stores each tint you shop starting april 25 for drawing 8 15 . May 8 for famous Brand dishwasher approximately $400 value you must be present to win registration is open to both men & women 18 years or older or married Buti Enmen & wives Are not eligible. After drawing at 8 45 . On thursday May 8, Winner s name will be announced in downtown Sioux Center and on by Vee Park ing lot. Remember shop Sioux Center stores regularly and Register each time you shop t retail merchants committee of Sioux Center chamber of Commerce Mouw Philli Jartun Nyhof Gilm i Linda Nyhof Leonard Chery l Oostra Ronald Teresa Plasier Jerry Dawn Rhoda Leonar Stoll Roze Boom Glen George Scholten Marvin Steven ten Napel Donald Paul Vande Kief t Harold Sheri Vander Weide Les cd i i s to l Vander Zee Delmar Lisa Van dial Vin cent Lynn Van Dyl l a r r John Van Dyk Johngail Van Midden Dorp John a. Douglas Van o t t e r Loo Donal Damy Van v o o r s t Ken net Mikkel Issei Roger Susan Vonk Eugene. 4-h judges workshop saturday april 26 a workshop for people i n the res toc l in judging 4h classes at county f a i r s will be held at Stoini Lake on sat in Day april 26. F r of 9 . To 3 30 i. M. The workshop i l t help t r a i n prospective judges in clothing exp in i t is. A Basic requirement for Doiny clothing exhibit judging is a Fulloni degree in Home economics. Rich Degner Sioux county i and youth Leader said the workshop will help judges learn to or Ilic be exp in i t s in a positive Way. We want to help judges learn to evaluate not Only the exp in i but to help the 1h member behind the of Nib it do a better Job the nex t time said or. Degner. A person who attends the w o r k shop is not guaranteed tha t he 01 she will be hired As a judge. Counties maintain lists of people with judging experience and expert ise and make contacts when judges Are needed. Degner added that a 50� fee will be charged for the workshop which includes the Cost of materials. Other r e source material will be offered for Sale. For Mote information Ron fart the Sioux county Extension o f l i be in Orange City. This program like All programs and activities of the cooperative Exten Sion service Are available to All Iru livid urls regardless of race co Lorex or National origin. Dort English dept. To sponsor writing workshop on april 25 i m a ,11 tit mint t m o in in it inn i o wednesday anti l 23, 197b the Sioux Center news Poge 3 i. A t tempt to Emo kilo the hoist College s English i i t w i l l hold to i Lith school it i t ing i shop on apr 1 1 pm involving Wesin i to Southwest jiul d.ikol.1 is Tum i Lith schools a Ordima to i. Utah i d 111.1 01 of the w t t h a n t i i g h f i of i to High Nils Cook Tho . I t Orul Omo poot in omit i which a i l l 11 n us t a id i shot Sto i y Semi i l n t clod by i o f. Lii iry Reynolds. H 1 a Rindt a Cook ind Reynolds i inn Why they Rhose Tho winning i did flu l rain to done to i the s t v j a of tin1 High schoo l i he1 Liuch t ichor s Jho Wod to f i n d t i in Teisl in the Pio Guim this ii. I Iliou Onmi entend find the Ivis in Vei y m o t f l t his hold Mikii Woi shops if f 1,1 s i. Prof. Hugh Cook area briefs Mark Boeyink and Roger Dykstra both of Sioux Center have been named to the Central College Dean s list at Pella or the Winter term. A Grade average of at least 3.5 is re quire for eligibility. Boeyink is the son of mrs. H. Louis Boeyink. Dyk Stra s parents Are or. And mrs. Rein Ard Dykstra. Orange Cit the Northwestern College athletic banquet originally an to be held May 1, will be held april 23 due to a conf l in t in events. The Hamiyet will be held in i pm Smith Hall at 7 15 . Athletes and coaches Iron night int n s sports and three women s sport will be honoured. There will not be a spi Okei for the purpose of devoting More time to each sport. Tickets will go in a l e immediately and can be purchased at the auditorium. The Price is $2.50 fur adults. Hock Valley two teachers of the Rock Valley Community schools have inn iced their resignations 1 mrs. Judy Eknes 4th Grade instructor and ? miss Gayle Kleppe Glt g Rade teacher. Rock Valley to in Iowa Bureau of criminal investigation has been asked by pm k Valley o f f i c i a l s to assist in Tho probe of a series of fires that have occurred i thai the Community the past six months. The Bureau has responded to the request by sending to Rock Valley two arson specialists and a Sci agent. Orang City i. Ste f Fen Helgaas of blocking s. P., has established a Modi i. I l practice in Orange Cit a f the r practising two years in Brooking and four years at far Reington Minn. He and his wife Jan have Thiee children Anne 5, Brent 7, and Bjorn 9. Chi employer employee banquet will be held in the Rock Val Ley i Gigli school auditorium on saturday May 17, under sponsorship of the Rock Valley chamber of Commerce. Featured speaker will be de re Fern of Dps Moines Field representative for the Iowa Bicentennial commission. Northwestern band pops concert Friday april 25 a Lively p Rog ram of pops music and f r e e pro r e will tie presented by lire nor thai Sti in College band on r Sidny api r i i la a i 7 . In the Audi to r cum. Admin Ion is la to. 1 ii Piot to am includes n umber s by the full hand stage , Small sir Jimj groups and v o c a l solos. Some of the numbers us hide Lanway in i leaven the mor Ning a l l c walk on by kill ing me Sof l by and lie Ain t i Navy he s my b to the r. This is a come As Vou Aie event. Tiie Public is in god in at tend. Public forum dear people of Sioux Cen Lei the United Stales did not fight to win in South Viel Narn. If we the South vietnamese could no. 1 hey Weie dependent on our leadership. If you think we have a moral obligation to save South Vietnam it can be done. Troops Aie no i necessary. Please write pics Ideal i old and your congressmen immediately. Their addresses Are below president l Oid the White i Louse Washington. . 20000 Senaldi Dick Clark 404 Hussell Senate of ice old cd. Washington . 200ib senator John Culvor 1327 Dirksen Senate of f ice bldg. Washington . 200113 Repic Sentmat Ive Berkley Bedell j03 Cannon House of ice bldg. Washington . 20515 sinc ciely yours mis. Marvin de Young is. Read the weekly human events in the Public Library. p.s. Please keep the above addresses and or i the them your thoughts about National a f f a i r s. All the Comfort a Ihan could want Leisure suits by Leet we Are 5/y-c.1/-/.w.s at fit i inc if 1c and Tali. Men and Hoys i Bosch s clothing Pho Imp 722-0055 Sioux Center Iowa
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