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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Funeral service held monday for Oepke 72 the Jake Vande Brake Home at b01 7th Northeast the Harlan Hofmeyer 524 sixth Southeast the Harold Kulken new Home Al 730 second Southwest the new Adele born 271 second Avenue Southeast wide variety of designs in new Sioux Center Homes new Homes keeping springing up in a wide variety of design in Sioux pictured Here Are four distinct de total Square footage involved varies Only but the distribution of that footage into living space varies featuring arrangements to suit the tastes and preferences of the i Dividu feature film will be shown to Public at Library 2 an hour and a half feature re commended As Superior entertainment for the entire will be shown at the Public Library february at admission of will be charged to defray the Cost of the film film companies forbid the Public announcement of the names of feature films when they Are not shown in comi Mercial anyone desiring the name of the film should Contact the lib Al family in the most of the new residence pictures that have appeared in the Sioux Center news have been summer and Early fall this grouping was taken in when the Snow cover was its heaviest of the and a cozy atmosphere prevails despite the tinge of bleakness which the Snow creates the pictures clearly indicate that life is a four season experience in Sioux Cen and local people Are Content to have it that they live with the Snow and the attendant Chilly temperatures with As much tolerance and liking As with the suntan Ning breezes of Sioux Cente rians probably would miss the Snow shovelling tasks of As much As they would the Law Groom Flower raising chores of life in infinite variety is their seasonal for at their Confer Sioux Iowa january 1974 volume 81 numbers six bands in concert at High school 5 the annual Al instrumental music concert of Sioux Center Public schools will be held at 8 february at the High school the program will include All instrumental music students who Are involved Romance and reality film will to shown at Dort february 4 the High gothic world of chivalry and courtly love the adoration of the Virgin the worldliness of the courts with their Brilliant aft and pageantry contrast continued on Back Page in the music from fifth Grade through twelfth a total of 295 musicians will be per forming in six different bands 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Grade and senior High i included in the program will be a featured 9th Grade trombone Trio con sisting of Galen the John Clemens and Chad the High school band will have As its soloist Larry local Chiro prac As trap drum soloist with band a the program will include a variety of a pie and Coffee social will follow the program which will be sponsored by the band Central Church will Call associate pastor a congregational business meeting was held at Central reformed Church thursday at which time it was decided to Call an associate pastor in the near Robert pastor of the Morningside reformed Church of Sioux City met with the group to discuss the funeral services held Here monday for Lloyd Requa funeral services were held at the Vander Ploeg funeral Chapel at january 28 for Lloyd of Sioux who died at the local Community Hospital january 26 after a Brief services were conducted by the Wesley Kiel and burial was in Sioux Cen Ter memory Requa was born in new York City october continued on Back Page 4h club officers training session Here saturday a 4h club officers training session is planned for february at Kinsey elementary school in Sioux Cen from to the 4h county Council is planning the session for the following club officers photo Grapher and recreation group sessions with resource people from the area Are officers from All of the Sioux county 4h clubs Are encouraged to funeral services were held at Carmel reformed Church Al january for Oepke of Sioux who died january 25 at the local services were conducted by the Brook Stephens and burial was in Carmel cemetery under the direction of the co operative funeral Home of Sioux the former Johanna Sand was born february she was married to Oepke Feekes february in Sioux survivors include the widower a Alvon Katherine Den Herder of Sioux Center a Arnold of Sioux Center four Henry Den Henrietta Gerril Rensink and Bert All of Sioux Center 10 grand children and two great rehearsals Are under Way for opera program the Dort College opera Guild will present its annual operetta and musical presentation on the evenings of february 16 and included in the first half of the evening of sorrow and satire in operetta and the musical will be slightly abbreviated versions of Puccini Short one act comic Gianni Schicchi and Gershwin s popu Lar musical Porky and in the last half of the evening one of Gilbert and sullivans Shorter and most delightful will be pre sen utilizing area and College players in the orchestra and both faculty and Stu Dent singers from the according to director Gary these works were selected because of their Appeal and because they have Large casts which allows the involvement of As Many of the talented singers of the College As More than 60 singles will be involved As Well As the 29piece the plot of Gianni Schicchi concerns the Donati family and their immediate italian relative who find upon the death of their Rich Uncle that he has willed All his Money and possessions to the Church since they discover the will before continued on Back Page weeks Date january 23 january 24 january 25 january 25 january 27 january 28 january 29 Oepke Feekes Dort Homecoming 2 plans for Homecoming 74 activities at Dort to be held february have been report Ken r student and Tom Van Vanden alumni activities will Start at with funeral tuesday for Joseph funeral services were held in Maquoketa january for Joseph Matthew who died at the Sioux Center nursing Wing where he had lived for the past burial will be in the Newgard was born septem Ber in Labanon he was graduated from Franklin and Marshall College and Lancaster theolog continued from Page 10 annual Coop meetings set february 16annual Stock holders meeting of Coop Gas and Oil of Sioux Center and Sioux Center Public Library february 23annual Stock holders meeting of Farmers Coop society of Sioux Center and Public High school an alumni intramural Al stars basketball following a noon lunch Eon there will be a Junior varsity game at the varsity basketball Dort Martin Luther starts at with special Homecoming activities both before and during halftime of the varsity special sections will be set up for by graduating so they can sit with friends and former classmates from until there will be free in the Stu dealt Campus Coffee and choir rehearsals for choir and chorale at the annual alumni ban Quet special music will be provided by the Dort College male then at there will be a Tal ent show featuring the Best in entertain ment that the Dort Community can pro included will be readers theatre skits by students and and a mass choir perform after the Talent night there will be a Coffee reception for alumni in the student free babysitting will be alumni May obtain free tickets to the basketball game by writing the alumni Dort Sioux the co chairmen an shows Champion Gilt Arend Wassink of Rural Sioux Cen Ter showed the grand Champion Chester White bred Gilt at the Sioux Empire farm show at Sioux on january countywide Bicentennial meeting Here january 31 a countywide Bicentennial meeting will be held on thursday Janu Ary at in the fireside room of the Library at Sioux Phaene the Field representative will be present to give general info including How the Bicentennial programs have been organized How they Are what the goals Are in both county and state Bicentennial and other activities pertaining to the organization and development of a county Bicentennial Doores wonders Heads civil defense Agency in county Doores Waanders of Hull was elected chairman of the Sioux county municipal civil defense Agency for 1974 at the organizations annual business meeting Jan uary John Kersbergen of Rock Valley was named vice chairman and Verle Marienau of salaried director of the was elected Marienau presented a report of the years activities and countywide fire safety was discussed and Marienau presented a report on the film Edith exit drills in the stating that it is now available without continued on Back Page All persons who Are interested in Bicentennial activities on the county and Community level Are invited to the recently organized county Bicentennial commission is at present set Ting up county committees and Community their goal is county wide involvement in several worthwhile Are urged to appoint a Bicentennial representative for this the participation of All individuals and organizations is solicited As Ameri cans look head to the 200th anniversary in 1976 of the nations two 10session adult swim classes begin february 7 adult swimming lessons will begin february at the Sioux Cen Ter indoor there will be a class and a each class will meet for ten on hour there will be instruction for advanced beginners and inter mediates in both those interested in enrolling Are asked to Register now by calling the 722 instructors will be Dort Cay nineties quartet will be featured 1974 Sioux county pork Queen will be crowned at banquet set for february 2 Larry Dixon featured percussionist appearing As a featured guest percussionist with the Sioux Center Community High school senior band when it appears in concert with five other school bands Here february will be Larry a specialist on Drums for approximately 19 he is pictured Here with a Ludwig trap set on which he will the owned by Dan High school includes a brass snare three Lom Toms two Small and one and five Larry began playing Drums at age when he resided West of while attending West Sioux Community High school he played for a 3year period with a musical group in Sioux City known As seven he then toured for a time with musical groups and during 1967 was percussionist for a unit that played for the tour ing Sonny and Cher i n the fall of 1967 he enrolled at Morningside College for a year and then transferred to Palmer College of chiropractors at upon his graduation in the Spring of 1972 he joined the Hagen chiropractic clinic staff in the meantime continuing to practice regularly on the even though Seldom getting the Opportunity to play in Christian school strings program january 31 More than 90 musicians will present a band and orchestra program at the Sioux Center Christian school january with the band program be ginning at and the string or Chestra program at the under the direction of Gary Vander will be presented in groups according to their age and train with both the band and the strings divided into Middle and advanced the Public is invited to attend either or both each is about an hour in there Are 53 students involved in the band and 55 in the or Chestra five Young Sioux county women who reside on pork producing farms have been named candidates for Sioux county pork Queen of the Winner will be announced and crowned at the annual Sioux county pork producers association banquet which will be held at the Maurice Orange City Community High school auditorium in Orange City at february the Queen will be selected by a com Mittee of three judges on the basis of Brief Oral presentations presented at the banquet on the subject of pork and on a personal the five candidates Are Jana daughter of and Leroy of Mary daughter of and Lawrence Lorena Van daughter of and John Van Leeuwen of Lora Vander daughter of and Russell Vanderzwaag of Louann daughter of and Kenneth of providing entertainment at the ban Quet will be the Gay nineties Barbershop quartet of nationally known for its humor As Well As musical banquet tickets Are available from Board members at left to right Jana of Hull and Mary Groen of Sioux Center left to right Lorena Van Leeuwen of Lora Vanderzwaag of Hull and Louann Hawkins of

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