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14 Dec 1977

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14 Dec 1977

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa Church Faith Sioux Center news wednesday december 14, 1977 Page.3 schedule of services. Bethel Christian reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Henry Vandyn Heuvel pastor. Sunday morning worship 10 00 . Evening worship 7 00 . Carmel reformed Church Rock Valley Rev. David Laman pastor. Sunday morning worship 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 Ulsch 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 . 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. Rev. Joel Beeke received a Call from St. Catherine of Canada of the Netherlands reformed Church. Rev. William Suyker will conduct sunday services. Morning service 9 30 . Afternoon service 2 00 . Evening service 7 30p.m. First Christian reformed Church of Sioux Center Rev. John Piersma pastor. While Dort College is in session morning worship services 8 45 . And 11 00 . Afternoon service 3 00 . Evening service 7 00 hymn sing 7 15 . Worship service. Sunday school 10 00 . Peace lutheran Church Rev. James Frank pastor wednesday 2 00 alow thursday 4 30 confirmation classes 7 45, adult instruction classes saturday 9 00 . Sunday school Christmas practice sunday 9 30 sunday school 10 30, worship monday 6 45 choir practice. By Wayne v. Dominowski Ever wonder Why the spirit of Christmas is so special a few people have attempted to answer that question. The result songs Christmas stories and yuletide greetings. This has All added to the flavor of this very special season although avowedly no one can quite say Why. To give you an example the news staff went Back 30 years a random pick and jotted Down some notes from the Sioux Center news of dec 1974. There s a Hodge podge of items but As you la Christmas prevailed Over All else. From the news files the Mizpah Guild of the Central reformed Church will serve Chicken sandwiches pie cake and Coffee Santa Claus apparently was t the Only one waving his special blend of magic that december. A Christian Christmas was planned by Farmers in the farm Bureau of Sioux Center. President Fred Vanderham of the Bureau announced today that a county wide Campaign to collect donations for Relief to Europe will be launched dec. 22. The drive is sponsored by All Church groups civic organizations As Well As business and professional groups. Each county has been Given a goal of one Carload of Corn or its equivalent in Cash. Sioux county will make every Effort to reach Christmas in Sioux Center s past Friday and saturday dec. 5 and 6. Everybody c. Aue was taken to the Mayo clinic for clinical examination. He became ill on thanksgiving Day and was taken to the business men s luncheon club voted monday to donate $100 to the Community Hospital building fund. This was the second donation the club has made to the Hospital. Or. . Mouw addressed 57 Farmers at the adult evening school class monday evening dec. 1, 1947." those were several news items found on the news Page of dec. 4, 1947. Guess what the headline Story was the big annual Christmas Day for children will be held in Sioux Center on Friday dec. 12. The program begins with the first showing of a Beautiful dog Story on the screen at the town Hall. The picture is called two the traditional Santa Claus dressed in his colourful costume will be in the basement 1 of the town Hall to give each child a bag of Candy and nuts immediately after each its goal by the Day before and Christmas presentations the Central Church chorus will present the Prince of peace a Christmas cantata on sunday evening. The chorus will have Over 50 mixed voices under the direction of mrs. James Wandscheer. Mrs. Gary Boeyink is the legion theatre committee wishes to announce that the theatre will be closed on wednesday and thursday Christmas eve and Day of next week and As in years past exemplifying the spirit of Sioux Center there was the traditional Section in the news. There has t been any changes in these in t that Nice to know. Dort 77 foundation cattle feeders to feature sen. Clark at banquet prepares for annual drive the Sioux county cattle feeders association announced this week that . Senator Dick Clark Dia will be the main speaker at the annual Sioux county cattle feeders banquet to be held saturday Jan. 14, at the Sioux Center Community Center. The banquet will begin at 6 30 . We Are very privileged to have senator Dick Clark coming to our county association s Annua banquet the president of the cattle feeders Herlan Schut said. According to members of the cattle feeders Clark is considered a Strong spokesman for Farmers in Iowa and other midwestern states. He led the fight in the Senate to Reform the nation s scandal Ridden regulation of the nation s commodity markets and the meat packing Industry. Tickets to the banquet Are available from township directors. Hospital admissions december 5-Richard rens Sioux Center december 6-mrs. Warren Boogard Hull mrs. Paul Van Voorst Sioux Center december 7-Jennie Rozeboom Sioux Center Percy Bylsma be Mars december 8-David Van Beek Sioux Center december 10 and 11-George snieder Sioux Center Henry j. Boeve Hull Bobby j. Klei Wolterink Hull Richard d. Schoel Lerman Sioux Center , Maurice Sam de Jager Sioux Center dismissals december 5--Brad Koele Hull Sam de Jager Sioux Center december 7-mrs. Paul Sieveking and son Ireton mrs. Bruce Ludwig and daughter be Mars december 8--mrs. Warren Boogard Hull mrs. Wayne Strampe and daughter Sheldon words from Ted. We continue with Noah. He started building the Ark. His neighbors asked what Are you doing i am building an Ark because there is a flood coming that will cover the whole wonder How often he had to Tell that same Story because i am sure that by the time he had that Ark built the whole world knew about it. God gave them All a warning until the door cl6sed, everybody had an invitation to. Enter that Ark. But we know Only 8 did. Today the Call goes out to All the world Jesus is coming again. How Many believe Jesus said when i come again will there be Faith on Earth the animals had More sense than Man. They came to the Ark. Their instincts told them there was danger and they came for Protection and Noah and his family went in the Ark and god shut the door i Hope for Noah is Sake that it was night so the people were not making fun of him and by morning it was raining so hard that they could not get there to break the door Down. Can you imagine How Noah Felt when that water came about the Ark and saw his neighbors houses. Floating by. He must have spent the Days thanking and praising god and citing for his neighbors that would not believe. For. 40 Days and nights it rained. We Are so thankful that god has Glyen us the Rainbow december 9-mrs. John Van Der Brink and daughter Doon David Van Beek Sioux Center december 10 and 11-Jennie Rozeboom Sioux Center Judy Van Voorst Sioux Center Percy Bylsma be Mars mrs. Mike Haverhals and son Hawarden Maurice bar that december 5--mr. And mrs. Wayne Strampe a girl Sheldon december 7--mr. And mrs. John Van Den Berg a girl Doon december 8--mr. And mrs. Marlin Altena a girl Sioux Center or. And mrs. Wayne Haverhals a boy Hawarden december 9-mr. And mrs. Dennis Ellis a boy. Rock Valley san de Yager has returned Home from the St. Lukes Hospital in Sioux City where he was under care for a few Days. The annual Dort College Campaign for financial support will be conducted among the business sector of the Sioux Center Community during the next few weeks. Funds collected in the drive will be used for operational support and for the Forward thrust building Campaign currently being conducted by the College. The development foundation replaces the old Dort College Book club drive. Forward thrust is the title Given to the Effort to raise funds needed to 1. Build a Chapel music Center on the Dort Campus 2. Remodel the Library old gymnasium and existing music building to provide additional classroom and office space 3. Construct a parking lot and pay landscaping costs 4. Continue amortization requirements on existing building Loans. Total goal of the Forward thurst Campaign is $2 million to be raised Over a period of three years. The Dort develop present Carol of Christmas Carol of Christmas a cantata of adoration and Praise composed and arranged by John w. Peterson will be present by a 40 voice adult choir at the 1st reformed Church in Maurice sunday december 18 at 7 30 . Rodney Vander Wiede is narrator. Piano and Organ accompanist Are Laura Vanommeran and miss Norman Vanommeren. Harold Mcgilvra will direct. Rev. Ervin Voogd is pastor of 1st reformed Church at Maurice. The Public is invited. Play s final weekend if your previous weekend was filled with parties or shopping you still have a Chance to experience the play of Christmas. It will be Given at the Northwestern College playhouse december 16 and 17 at 8 . And 4 30 and 8 30 . December 18. Ment foundation under the direction of the advisory Board has committed itself to raising $100,000 of that total Over a three year period which began last year.1 last year s drive netted $37,500. The 1,200 seat Chapel auditorium containing a 36-Stop Casavant pipe Organ will be used for Chapel services band and choir concerts visiting lecturers and performing artists graduation and convocation exercises and other similar gatherings. Dramatic productions will continue to be staged in the Tepaske theatre. Serving on this year s advisory committee for the Dort development foundation Are Butch Cleveringa Roger Evans de Roetman James Stachour or. Robert Vermeer and Roger Visser. See notice elsewhere in this Issue for further details. Blood Bank Here the Sioux land blood Bank will be accepting donations at the Sioux Center Hospital on december 15 Between the hours of 9 .-3 . Obituaries quotes for thought. To speak is to act. For speech is an Avenue of action. Wise people discipline themselves and self discipline includes the control of Nam rata whether we realize it or not there is somebody a neighbor across the Street a Friend or maybe our own son who is looking up to us. I believe our example to these people can become our most powerful Effort in life. Influence is not something we All hear and think about its effect on those we meet daily or perhaps Only once in our lifetime May make a difference that shapes our whole Bobby Richardson leadership does not depend on innate Talent alone but very much also on one s intensity of conviction and willingness to Walter Gropius. Herb Caen of chronicle four things every Hollywood Star must have a japanese Gardener a philippino Houseboy a French maid and a mexican an eligible Bachelor is a social Chameleon who looks like any other Man until he hears wedding Bells then changes to a frightened horse and bolts for the nearest . Douglas Meador Tex Tribune unquestionably there it Progress the average american pays out twice As much in tbs is a he formerly got in wages. A Fyt. .\.h.l. Mencken Cecil c. Cooper Ireton Cecil c. Cooper 82, of Ireton died saturday at a Hawarden Hospital after a Brief illness. Services were at 1 30 . Tuesday at Dow funeral Home in Ireton. The Rev. Marion Bloodworth officiated. Burial was in pleasant Hill cemetery in Ireton. A prayer service was held at 7 30 . Monday at the funeral Home. Or. Cooper was born sept. 23, 1895, in City. He moved to the Ireton area in 1900. He married Emma Lindenman May 8, 1917, in Dakota City. He worked for Iowa Public service for 20 years retiring in 1960. Prior to that he was a pharmacist in Ireton. Survivors include the widow a son Cecil jr., of Cincinnati Ohio and a grandson. Miss Anna de Zeeuw Sioux Center miss Ann Dezeeuw 84, of Sioux Center died thursday at a local Hospital. Services were at 1 30 saturday at first reformed Church in Sioux Center. Or. Thurman Rynbrandt officiated. Burial was in memory gardens in Sioux Center under direction of the memorial funeral Home. Miss Dezeeuw was born april 12, 1893, near Sioux Center. She lived her entire life in the Sioux Center area. She was a member of the first reformed Church Dorcas Circle of the Church and the women s Christian Temperance Union. Survivors include a brother Andrew of Sioux Center and several nieces and nephews. Col. David a. Jacobsen Las vegas commander of the Nellis air Force base Hospital and the commander of the 433rd fighter Squadron at Nellis were killed flying in an f-15 during a combat training Mission. Col. William h. Walter of Bamberg s.c., and it. Col. David a. Jacobsen of Rock Valley Iowa perished in the crash. Both were 43. Jacobsen is the son of Emil Jacobsen of Rock Valley. Survivors also include the widow the former Donna ver Hoef of Rock Valley and two children Dana and Dan of Las vegas. Services were at 1 30 . Friday at peace lutheran Church Between Rock Valley and Sioux Center. George Vande Brake Orange City George j. Vanda Brake 90, of Orange City died at the Orange City Hospital Friday. Services were at 1 30 . Monday at the first reformed Church Orange City. The Rev. Raymond Vanheukelom and the Rev. Perry Raak officiated. Burial was in West Lawn cemetery in Orange City under direction of the Van Gilder funeral Home or. Vande Brake was born april 7, 1887 in Rural Orange City. He married Agnes Borgman sept. 17, 1913, in Orange City. They Farmed in the Maurice area until 1947, when they moved to Orange City. He was a member of the first reformed Church. Survivors include the widow three sons Merle Eugene and Duane All of the Maurice area eight grandchildren three great grandchildren and two Sisters mrs. Martin Alice Kraai of Orange City and mrs. Eva Pas of Lakewood Calif. Gilbert Vandentop Rock Valley Giblert Vandentop 75, of Rock Valley died thursday at a Sioux Falls . Hospital after a Brief illness. Services were held at 1 30 . Monday at Porter funeral Home in Rock Valley. The Rev. William Suyker officiated. Burial was in Valley View cemetery in Rock Valley. Or. Vandentop was born june 27. 1902, in the Netherlands. He came to the United states at the age of 11. He married Jennie Van Middendorp Jan. 28, 1926, in Rock Valley. She died in october 1959. He married Gertrude Buitendyk aug. 10, i960, in Inwood. Or. Vandentop was a custodian at Rock Valley Community school until his retire ment in 1965. Survivors include the widow a step son Adrian Buitendyk of Sioux Falls a stepdaughter mrs. Wayne Nellie Detmers of Canton. . Three Brothers John Tom and George All of Rock Valley two Sisters mrs. Henry Minnie Hoefakker or. And mrs. Gerrit Susie Vandestouwe both of Rock Valley and five step grandchildren. Arle Bylsma Hull Lowa Arie Bylsma 88, of Hull died last sunday at a Rock Valley Hospital following a Brief illness. Services were at 1 30 , wednesday at the first Christian reformed Church Hull. The Rev. John Fondse officiated. Burial was in the Hope cemetery Hull under direction of the Kraai funeral Home Hull. Or. Bylsma was born May 1, 1889, in menders a Freesland the Netherlands. He came to the United states in. 1921. His wife Jennie died in 1974. He was a Carpenter and was in the drayage business or. Bylsma was a member of the first Christian reformed Church in Hull. Survivors include four sons Peter of Orange City Percy of Ireton and Lawrence and Adolph both of Hull a daughter mrs. Harry Irene Sheng of Jackson Mich. 22 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren the Church Faith Page is made possible through the following individuals and organizations in the Sioux Center area la Vang industries incorporated Home builders Hull and Sioux Center phone 439-2623 Joe s ready mix Arlon Sandbulte your Concrete and digging specialists phone 722-1646 Sioux automation Center farm automation construction repairs and manufacturing 877 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-1488 the Coffee shop Henry & Marion Kroon managers featuring breakfast and lunches downtown Woodland Lee Muilenburg fresh groceries daily Oliver ready built Homes Aric Oliver owner we build on location or j ready built Homes to your plans and Sioux preme packing co. Highway 75 South Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2555 Sioux Center news 32 third St. . Sioux Center Iowa. Phone 722-0741 merry Christmas from Heusinkveld Christian books and music special Christmas hours thursday & Friday 8 . To 9 . And saturday 8 . To 5 . Week of december 19 to 23 open every night until 9 . Open Christmas eve. From 8a.m. To 3 . Bob & Karen Vonhof owners 932 second Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-4622 across from first reformed Church Casey s bakery where Quality sex cells 215 North main Avenue Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2551 coast to coast stores Paul & Darlene Moerman owners 880 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa is 250 phone 722-2591 All Church Faith patronage inquiries May be made by either writing the Sioux Center news . Box 278, Sioux Centeria 51250, or by calling the news office monday through Friday at 722-0741. 3s

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