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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa I?1  a a a i Sioux Center news wednesday june 8,1977 Page schedule of services. Christian women s club to meet this month Bethel Christian reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Henry Vandri ecu vol 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 Disch pastor. Sunday morning worship 10.-15 . 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 . Mrs. Sandy Redding of Sac City will be the featured speaker monday june 20 when the Sioux Center Christian women s club holds its june Brunch in the Dort College dining Hall at 9 30 . Mrs. Redding is the Mother of two sons a former Art teacher and the wife of a Bank vice president. Rod Compaan a local citizen will be featured speaker giving hints and recipes on outdoor cooking and mrs. Jan Toombos will provide the music. Reservations can be made with mrs. Arvin arc Nicman or mrs. Dick Ritzma by june 16. Prayer coffees will be held at the Nick Hulst Home in Rock Valley at 1 30 . On monday june 13, at 9 30 . The same Day at the. Sioux Center Home of Arvin Brenneman and at 9 30 . On tuesday june 14.at,the,Howard Van oort residence in Ireton. Friendship Bible Coffee information can be obtained from mrs. Bill Estes and mrs. Marv Siebersma in Sioux Center mrs Nick Hulst and mrs. John Graves in Rock Valley and from mrs. Allan Kramer in Ireton. Reservations Are necessary and cancellations Are essential. Degroot chosen outstanding educator first Christian reformed Church Sioux Center morning worship 10 00 . Sunday school 11 15 . Evening worship 7 15 . Pastor vacant. Sunday hymn sing 7 00 . 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. May 31-june 4-Bible school from 9 00 . To 2 30 . Wednesday june 1 at 2 00-Esther Circle at Marlene Wintch Leld. Rachel Circle at Ruth Franken Sarah Circle at Catherine Moeller. Ruth Circle at Susie Gradert at 7 30 . Sunday june 5-no sunday school children s Day program at 10 30 . " thoughts from the Center. The Institute for development of educational activities inc. /1/d/e/a/the educational affiliate of the Charles f. Kettering foundation announced today that John l. Degroot. Principal Western Christian High school has been chosen As one of 500 outstanding american educators to participate in a week Long National seminar this summer. The id a a Fellows institutes Are designed to give participants a thorough grounding in some of the new and emerging problems and practices affecting elementary and secondary education. The theme for the 19.77 Fellows program is critical issues in education. The selection of this highly significant topic is based upon recent trends which Are profoundly influencing the future direction of the schools. Twenty nationally prominent educational leaders will address the participants and meet with them in Small groups for the purpose of grappling with issues and solutions to current crises in education. The id a a Fellows institutes Are the oldest continuing in service program for a school administrators in the nation. About 4,500 elementary and secondary educators from North America and overseas have participated in this program. Presents piano recital at Dort College mrs. Roger Lueders presented her piano students in a Spring recital tuesday May 24, 8 00 ., in the choir room at Dort College. Solos were played by Gary Lee and Suzanne Dobbins Mark and Julie Franken Marc and Randy gels Melanie ten pass Niki Vermeer. Kristi and Kathie Disch and Lynne Kraayenbrink Debbie Vander Schaaf David Schalekamp Carol and Mary punt and Sharon Tegeler. Melanie ten pass and Niki Vermeer and Sharon Tegeler and Kathie Disch performed duets. Sharon Tegeler was presented a six year Gold cup of the National federation of music clubs earned by receiving six consecutive Superior ratings in the Junior i festival held each Spring and sponsored by the National federation. Refreshments were served to relatives and friends following the buddy Arnold last week the youth marched for Handicap Village. It was successful Over 5,000 was raised. Young people from Sheldon Boyden. Ashton Sanborn and Hawarden plus staff and a few residents took a eight mile Village. Hike. Upon returning to the even our fearless Leader Bob walked. This was our first walk a Thon. We admit that it was not organized Well enough but we will get rid of the bugs next year. With appointed director of youth acini series tuft Huv -mrjphard.k. ,,.a.,Inwood, Iowa in conjunction with the youth from Western theological conference committees and the conference Seminary Holland Michigan has be Terr Ftp it a a. U. In a Ioa it a. Pointed to serve As area director of South ministries for classes East Sioux West Sioux Minnesota and Dakota in the reformed Church in America. His major responsibility will be to equip youth advisors and youth officers in the development of meaningful programs for youth Fellowship groups. He will classify available resources and keep local youth leaders informed by conducting workshops and through newsletters. He will coordinate summer youth conferences and retreats at inspiration Hills Ria conference Center directors. He will also share his skills and learning with other classes in the Synod of the West in the reformed Church on an annual basis. Hopefully some area and synodical events for Young people and sponsors will be scheduled later on. Rich was born in Morrison Illinois and his wife the former Linda Stewart comes from Sterling Illinois. Rich and Linda Are living in Orange City with his office at Zwemer Hall Northwestern College Orange City. Rich began his work on june 1. The first try we can see it will become one of Many things that will be an annual events of the Village. The weather was Beautiful i spent the entire Day with Jan Milred Arnie and Cullari in the Garden and picking up rocks around the cottage. We did alot but we just made a Dent. It was a Beautiful Day to be out of doors. .    / by. Y i love being out doors on Watje Kerods Anil evenings. I enjoy sitting on out Patty. Artje looking at our Pond. We have some wild ducks that visit our Pond. 1 will be looking Forward to going out on the Patio it a watch them have a Ball in the water. This brings my a feeling of being close to god. As i walk in spirit with nature i hink of Adam and eve. Last night the Pond was the color of the sky. It looked Clear Blue but this is just a sewage water. Sin had done this to. The water of the Earth. Adam looked upon a perfect world. I Call the Pond Beautiful but 1 it s Waters Are polluted. We could not Plant certain things in our Garden because of the fertilizer Man used in another Field. 1 look at my imperfect world and Call it Beautiful. What Beauty did Adam Sec. I cannot Tell you but i can use my imagination take applications application for mid Sioux head Start classes for fall .1977 will be taken at the mid Sioux office on june"13 at Sioux Center from 9 00 .-2 30 . A a a a for More about the head Start program please Contact Deb Sinclair or Bev Frerichs to at 786-1155.or 418 Marion Street Remsen i Iowa 51050. 9bjfudri�, mrs. Gerrit Dolieslager tie Iris for adventure land asians your o. Y jul in for Lis to Sheldon mrs. Gerrit Dolieslager 88, Sheldon died saturday at a Sheldon Hospital. Services were at 10 . Tuesday at the memorial funeral Home,.in Sioux Center. The Rev. L. Kiebon officiated. Burial was in memory Garden cemetery in Sioux Center under direction of the Andringa funeral Home in former Effie Debondt was born May 7, 1889, in the Netherlands. She came to Sioux Center Iri 1910 shews married to Gerril Dolieslager or. On july 30, 1914, in Sioux Center. The couple resided in Sioux Center until 1967 when she moved to the Christian retirement Home in Sheldon. Mrs. Dolieslager was a member of the Netherlands reformed Church of Sioux Center. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Hera Van Dyke of Kalamazoo Mich and mrs. Nellie de Vries of Montevideo Minn. Four sons Cornelius of Sioux Center William of Laredo Minn., Gerrit of Orange City and Bob of Sheldon 15 grandchildren 47 great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren. Smart child Brian the United Federal savings summer Ranger party at adventure land is great fun for All our Ranger savers and their folks at greatly reduced prices. The Date is saturday,.july 16and it s open to everyone who has an Active Ranger club account. There s still time for your boy or girl to join the United Federal rangers and attend the exciting summer party at adventure land including the spectacular us Dolphin show featuring Sammy and Susie Saver. Of course rangers also get other benefits. A membership card pin their own newsletter and the Opportunity to participate in. A number of. Contests and parties throughout the year. Best of All they get the savings habit while their pocket Money earns High interest at us United Federal savings. N Stop by soon and enlist your youngsters in the United Federal Ranger program. United Federal savings 1st ave. At 3rd st. . Sioux Center Iowa 51250phone 712-722-0101 lust dolphins in. savings rink infant Maurice Kent Evan Brink ten month Oldson of or. And mrs. Wayne Brink of Maurice died monday at an Iowa City. Hospital of a congenital heart disorder. Services were at 1 30 . Thursday at the reformed Church at Maurice. The Rev. John Ekema of the Grace reformed Church of Middleburg officiated. Burial was in Sherman township cemetery near Maurice under the direction of Van Home of Orange City a he was born july 5,1976, at Orange City. Survivors include the parents a brother ,. Randal j., at Home two Sisters Kimb Erly Kay and Pamela sue both at Home the paternal grandmother mrs. Mattie Brink of Maurice and the maternal grandparents  v or and mrs. Cornie Vander Stelt of Sioux s Center. A a i a arms. Arthur Heald. A Hawarden mrs. Arthur g. Heald 94, of Hawarden died tuesday morning in a Hawarden nursing Home. A services were at 1 30 . Thursday at the a associated. Church in Hawarden. The Rev. Cornelius Wilkens officiated. Burial was in Grace Hill cemetery in Hawarden under the direction of the Dow funeral Home of Hawarden. Mrs Heald the former Susie May  Mcpherson wasbornmay24,1883, at Cuba City wis she was married May 20,1901, at Hawarden. He died. May 26. 1951 i she re oved to Hawarden area Irir she " " was a member of the associated chinch survivors include two sons Clifford a and William Frev both a Siquei City vow Dot Tygh Murii Ewi Ara Ruby Van 8us�rk 1 of 1ftj 1vajrehhd.mrs Evelyn cult or of mrs. Herman Fedders Sioux . Herman Fedders 94, a native of the Netherlands died saturday in the Sioux. Center nursing Wing after a lengthy illness. Services were held at 1 30 . Tuesday at the first Christian reformed Church in Ireton with the Rev. John Rubingh of Orange City officiating. Burial was in the pleasant Hill cemetery with the memorial funeral Home of Sioux Center in charge. Mrs. Fedders was born March 1, 1883, in Friesland the Netherlands where she spent her youth. She was married feb. 16, 1908 in Hospers. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Clarence Sinkey of Lakewood Calif and mrs. Walter Vanmeeteren of Kenneth Minn. Three sons pick and Ben both of Sioux Center and Garrett of Ireton a sister Maggie Lyftogt of Orange City a brother bastion Mulder 30 grandchildren and 64 great grandchildren.  Hermina Jansen Hermina Jansen 70, died thursday at the grand Forks Hospital. She was the daughter of John and Johanna Jansen Borri aug. 1, 1906 at Sioux Center. She moved to Hallock and graduated from High school attended Calvin College arid taught school in Michigan Illinois Colorado and Gallup Indian school in new Mexico. Survivors Are one sister mrs. Margaret Wilson of Royal Oaks mich., five Brothers Ben of Hallock Ted of Mesa ariz., Jim of Anaheim calif., Joe of Minneapolis Minn., and Matthew of Denver Colo. Burial took place saturday at the presbyterian Church of Hallock Minn. Brian Oostra Sheldon Briard Oostra 1.1, son Ofir. And mrs. Gerald Oostra it. 2, Sheldon died saturday in an Accident at the family s farm. Services were at .1 30 . Tuesday at in Thanuel Christian reformed Church in Sheldon. The. Rev. officiated. Burial was in East Lawn cemetery in Sheldon under direction of the Vander Ploeg funeral Home of Sheldon. The to tuft was Borri aug. 5, 1966, m Sheldon. He attended. East elementary school in Sheldon survivor include his parents two Sisters mrs. Richard Elaine Buchman of Sheldon and Diane at Home three Brothers Jerry of Sioux Calvin and Bradley both at Home his maternal grandmother mrs. Elizabeth Vanden top of Rock Valley and the paternal grandparents or and mrs. John a it a Joh Hofmeyer Orange City John h. Hofmeyer 70 Orange City died Friday at his residence of an apparent heart attack. Services were at 10 30 . Tuesday in the first Christian reformed Church Orange City. The Rev. John h. Rubingh officiated. Burial was in West Lawn cemetery under the direction of the Van Gelder funeral Home of Orange City. Or. Hofmeyer was born sept. 9, 1906, at Alton. He married Margie doctor Jan. 10, 1934,. At Orange City. The couple Farmed in the Orange City area for 38 years Moy Irig to town in 1972. Survivors include the widow two sons Harlan of Sioux Center and Justin of Orange City a daughter mrs. Brent Linda Mulder of Boyden a brother Arthur of Orange City and nine grandchildren.  Peter Den Boer Rock Valley Peter Den Boer 58, of Rock Valley _ died sunday at a Rock Valley Hospital. Services were at 10 . Wednesday at Porter funeral Home in Rock Valley. The Rev. William Suyker officiated. Burial was Iri the Valley View cemetery in Rock Valley. A. Or. Den Boer was born april 22, 1919, at a Rock Valley. He married Jennie Meendering. On Jan. 9,1941. . Survivors include four sons John a. Of Sioux Falls Willis of Brandon ., Darold of Rock Valley and Peterj. Of Ireton two daughters mrs Loren Judy Wiese of Valley Springs And mrs Randy Jean Zomer of Inwood a brother Rock Valley two Sisters mrs. Hoef of Rock Valley and mrs. William Koedam of Rock rapids and eight grandchildren. Ben Gesink r Orange City be a Gesink 81, Orange City died monday at heritage House Iii Orange City after a Long illness a  services were at 10 30 . Wednesday at the fun set Christian Jefe Ripe a Church with the Rev. John h. Rubingh officiating burial Vas in West Lawn cemetery under the direction of the Van Geu Erja eral . Gesink was b6m%larch a 1896,an = the Netherlands and came to the United states at the age of 17. He married Minnie de Jong feb 27. 1921. At Orange a Ity. She died on june 27, 1968., Farmed near Orange City he retired 16 years ago. S survivors include two Spenst or. Of Sioux City and John of Orange cry four. Daughters. Mrs Albert Arbertha. Vanroekel of Sanborn mrs. Henry Henrietta be Jong of Orange atty mrs Henry Ella Rae Vander to ref ofixem8 its k Andi ojhspfqrenb�js125q? pc by calling the news office monday

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