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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa Sioux Center news wednesday february 23,1977 Page 3 schedule of services. Bethel Christian reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Henry Vanden he Velj 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 10i30 . 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 . First Christian reformed Church Sioux Center pastor vacant. Sunday morning worship 10 00 . Sunday school 11 15 . Hymn sing 7 00 . 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 feb. 23-choir practice at 6 45, Lenton service at 7 30. Sunday feb. 27-sunday school at 9 30 ., worship at 10 30 . Tuesday March 1--sunday school teachers meeting at 7 30 . In the Church. The Christian College an Extension of the Church Small Church related colleges arc scattered throughout Iowa and Sioux land is no exception. But it seems As if Many colleges and churches Are not realizing their relationship As they once did. In that sense perhaps Sioux county is an exception. To improve the relationship Between the Church and Liberal arts education Northwestern College held a Church College colloquium tues., feb. 8. Area ministers College administrators and College faculty members spoke and raised questions discussing How the College is an Extension of the Church. A happening that can t take place in the life of the congregation according to Rev. David Ter beast of Hull. Or. E. W. Kennedy professor of religion at Northwestern began the Day s session listing five elements of a Christian Liberal arts College the biblical View of the world with the holy spirit leading Man into truth the Community of believers Liberal arts knowing god s world enlarging human awareness and liberating Man from constricting views higher education getting to the Root of the matter through total intellectual moral and spiritual Pursuit or pressing Onward As Paul stresses in the testament and the reformed tradition at Northwestern recognizing the Worth of other traditions. Kennedy proceeded to explain that Many Small Church related colleges popped up All Over the United states in the 1800 s. Presently Faith Over in god has declined however and christians Are beginning to realize that Christian discipleship is different than the typical lifestyle christians must learn How to be Christ like in their living and thinking. So when christians teach higher Liberal arts education the course Content and approach is different. As part of the Day s session a panel of Northwestern professors explained How their Content and approach differs from that of non Christian colleges each professor relating Christ likeness to his subject matter in his individual Way. Western Christian to sell fruit for equipment Western s band members will be Selling Texas Grapefruit and oranges again this year. The orders will be taken Between february 25 and March 7, and will be delivered on March 11 and 12. The fruit will be sold in Twenty Pound Cartons which will contain about 24 grape fruit or about 50 oranges and also forty Pound Cartons with about 48 Grapefruit or 100 oranges. These will sell for $4.50 and $8.00 respectively. The Money will be used to Purchase school owned instruments. Local girls to Netherlands part of you this year Kathy Van Voorst and Heidi Zinkand will be enjoying the Opportunity of a lifetime by living and learning with a family in the Netherlands. Kathy and Heidi both of Sioux Center Iowa have been accepted As Exchange students in the youth for understanding program and is eagerly looking Forward to the adventure of overseas living. Over 6,000 students a year enjoy the excitement of overseas living. Over 6,000 students a year enjoy the excitement and personal fulfilment of living learning and maturing in another country through youth for understanding. Youth for understanding is a non profit International student Exchange organization which has exchanged More than 55,000 students worldwide. Students aged 14 through 18 can participate in the program and live with a local family in one of 23 countries in Europe latin America the so men mainstays of jazz band two Young men from Sioux Center have become mainstays in the trumpet sections of the major instrumental groups at Central College where they Are both third year students and music majors. Verlyn Hoogland and Roger Dykstra will perform with the Cui jazz band in a program of jazz Rock music Here feb. 16. They also appeared yith. The College Community orchestra in concert feb. 13 and earlier played with the symphonic band at that group s Winter concert on the Campus. Hoogland is the son of or. And mrs. John Hoogland and Dykstra s parents Are or. And mrs. Reinard Dykstra. Mona Meendering a Sioux Center coed recently appeared in concert with the Heidi Zinkand far East or Africa for a summer or year. Scholarship monies and other financial Aid Are still available to qualified students who wish to live and study abroad according to youth for understanding. Full and Central College a Cappella choir. She is a Junior psychology major and daughter of or. And mrs. George Meendering. Notes mod scholarship deadline is. Colleen Mcgillen scholarship chairman for the Sioux land chapter of the March of dimes reminds al Sioux Center High school seniors and College under graduates 1 that applications for March of dimes health career scholarships must be completed and filed with the Sioux land chapter not later than March 1 1977. Applications have been distributed throughout the seven county area including Sioux county to All High schools. Forms Are also available from the Sioux land chapter office . Box 2008, Sioux City la. 51004. Kathy Van Voorst  partial scholarships will be awarded to students with suitable personal and academic qualifications. Low interest loan funds Are also available through the organization. The experience comes at the unique time when students have the curiosity flexibility and openness of mind to gain maturity and perspective of another country and their own by participating personally in another culture. Youth for understanding students become regular family members in their overseas country participating in All facets of local life As no tourist can. Typically students gain an interest which lasts a lifetime and provides an investment in their future which is unparalleled. Students or their pass interested Iri information on this overseas living adventure with youth for understanding should Contact Nadene Pettengill 712/472-2242, it. 2, Rock rapids Iowa 51246 for More information. Like Kathy and Heidi they will be taking the first step toward a journey to a Distant country people and family to create friendships that Span the Globe. Lebanon Christian school to close its doors the Lebanon Christian school which once housed Over 80 students a year will be closing at the conclusion of the present school year. The school s reason for discontinuation is decreasing enrolment according to principal Frank Vandergriend. Attendance in grades kindergarten through eighth has fallen to 30 this year and next year s projected enrolment is 23. The Lebanon school has been supported by the Lebanon Christian reformed Church Ever since it began operating in 1951. The Lack of students has deemed further operations unfeasible and the school s three teachers mrs. Hazel Haverhals Donna Hofman and Vandergriend will All seek employment elsewhere next year i principal Vandergriend said the students will enrol in the Christian schools in Sioux Center and Ireton next year. A elected finalists Debra Boone and Michael Cleveringa both of Sioux Center were elected finalists in the Winter carnival King & Queen contest at Northwestern College in Orange City Iowa february 10 through 12. The ten candidates were left to right Judy Vander Stoep of Oak Harbor Washington Shawn Duistermars of Orange City Iowa Deb Alysa Hettinga of Ontario California Roma Rowenhorst of Orange City Doyle Johnson of Callender Iowa Doug crowdy of Westerville Iowa Dean Schones of Cherokee Iowa Mel Wallinga of Sheldon Iowa and Mike. Rabbi to lecture on Judaism rabbi Albert a Gordon of it. Sinai Temple in Sioux City will give two lectures on Judaism on monday March 7, at Dort College in Sioux Center. His appearance on Campus is being sponsored by the jewish Chautauqua society. At 4 . The rabbi will speak on jewish beliefs and practices and later at 7 30 . He will talk on prospects for peace in the Middle the rabbi who was graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1937 Phi Beta Kappa was ordained at hebrew Union College jewish Institute of religion in 1941 after receiving his . In hebrew letters. He also holds honorary doctorates from Morningside College and Huc air. Active in interfaith and human rights. Activities. Rabbi Gordon is a past chairman of the Sioux City commission on human rights and is currently a member of the. Commission. He is also a past president of the Sioux City ministerial association traveller s Aid and the a act. He is the jewish Chautauqua society resident lecturer at Morningside College. " the Chautauqua society the educational v project of the National federation of Temple brotherhoods which seeks to promote better interfaith relations by endowing College credit courses and sponsoring College lectures on Judaism throughout the United states and Canada. Rabbi Albert a. Gordon or. Jay Van Hook associate professor of philosophy asked if the Christian philosopher is simply a Christian who docs philosophy like a Christian plumber is a Christian who does plumbing. He s uncomfortable with that principle however for it ignores the Faith sensitivity level. Steven Pederson instructor of theater and speech said if Man is a creature of god he was created to theater is a useful Aid in understanding Mankind and a powerful Means of communication he explained. Two principles Pederson stresses Are the development of artistic standards based on Christian precepts and the. Establishment of standards of excellence. Daphne kill lion reference librarian sees her christianity entwined in her life dealing fairly kindly and justly. Simply being interested in the needs of others. Or. Stephen Cobb associate professor of sociology stressed that the Christian sociologist cannot be selective in what he chooses to study but As he views people interacting with each other and the environment he must add a third dimension god. Also the Christian sociologist must be committed to act upon his findings otherwise we run the risk of being museums said Cobb. Or. Donald Lindskoog associate professor of psychology Moderator of the panel commented that sometimes he d refer to a skilled psychologist Christian or not for information but at other times Christian assumptions Are very important. After reactions to the professors comments area ministers gave their viewpoints. The College is doing a task of the Church. Bringing a Large vision to the Church said Rev. Raymond Vanheukelom of Orange City. Students should learn How to work with problems make value judgments and a learning As a quest not an Rev. Victor vol Chen of Ledyard expressed his belief in Christian Liberal arts education where students receive both the spiritual and academic facets. V Rev. Paul Vander Woude of Hull emphasized the need to realize the relationship Between disciplines not the separate Ness of various disciplines. And Rev. David Ter beast of Hull stressed that the Christian Liberal arts College is a place to learn How to learn. To discover opportunities to serve in the kingdom of he also emphasized the importance of colleges and churches keeping in touch. Follow up sessions or discussions concerning the relationship Between the Church and Northwestern College Are being planned. Suggestions Are welcomed. Obituaries mrs. Marion Korver Orange City mrs. Marion Korver 59, Orange City died saturday at the Orange City Hospital. Services were at 10 30 . Wednesday at the american reformed Church. The Rev. Calvin Rynbrandt officiated and burial was in West Lawn cemetery under direction of the Van Etten Oolman funeral Home. Mrs. Korver the former Helen Vellinga was born aug. 27, 1917, in Alton. She was married Jan. 25,1940 in Orange City. Survivors include the widower three daughters mrs. Jerry Audrey Scholten of be Mars mrs. William Norma Tordoff of Anaheim calif., and mrs. Kenneth Linda Schumacher of Perry a son Douglas of Charles City her Mother mrs. Henry Vellinga of Orange City three Sisters mrs. Roy Bertha Vander Stoep of Orange City mrs. Albert Nell Mouw of Offish calif., and mrs. R. Wilma Klopfenstein of water town . Four Brothers John Vellinga of Sioux City Rodney of Orange City Harvey Vellinga of Marshalltown and Robert Vellinga of state Center and 10 grandchildren. Mrs. Case Deroon Boyden mrs. Case de Roon 68, Boyden died sunday at her Home after suffering an apparent heart attack. Services were at 1 30 . Wednesday at the Boyden United presbyterian Church with the Rev. Paul Moon officiating. Burial was in Boyden cemetery under direction of the memorial funeral Home of Sioux Center. Mrs de Roon the former Clazina Vander Stelt was born july 28, 1908, in Haarlem the Netherlands and came to the United states in 1928, was married feb. 18, 1931 in Lebanon and the couple lived at Ireton and in California. They had been in Boyden for the past 20 years. Survivors include the widower two sons Cornie of Boyden and John stationed at Hampton a. With this . Air Force three daughters mrs. Merlin Jennie Beerman of Sheldon. Mrs. Jerry Joanne Hazel of Milford mich., and miss Betty de Roon of Sioux Falls 12 grandchildren 2 Brothers Martin and Adrian Vander Stelt both of Artesla calif., and four Sisters mrs. Henrietta de Vries of Visalia calif., mrs. Artie Byker of Orland Calif and two others in the Netherlands. The Church 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 coast to coast stores Paul & Darlene Moerman owners 880 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa 51250 phone 722-2591 Heusinkveld Book store 932 second Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-4622 inter5tates object Etc & 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 Topo Raih Home builders Hull and Sioux Center phone 439-2623 Oliver ready built Homes arte Oliver owner we build on location or ready built Homes to your plans and Rozeboom Brok & Van Bruggen insurance Agency 38 third Street . Sioux Center Iowa Sioux automation cd for farm automation construction repairs and manufacturing877 first Avenue . Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-1488 Sioux m co. 1 Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-0711 Sioux packing co. Highway 75 South Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2555 the Coffee shop Henry & Marlon Kroon manager featuring breakfast and lunches al Church Faith patronage inquiries May be made by either writing the Sioux Center news . Box 278, Sioux Center la., 51250, or by calling the news office monday through Friday at 722-0741

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