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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Sioux Center, IowaHospital Grant of is approved a Federal Gran of in Matching funds for the construction of a new two Story Brick Wing to the Sioux Center Community Hospital was approved last week at a hearing con ducted by the Iowa Hospital advisory Council in Des Koines representing the local Hospital at the hearing were Darrel re think president of the Board m a Tepaske Secretary the local Hospital association has until mid june 1972 to Complete All preliminary plans leading up to the letting of bids it is the thinking of the Hospital association Board at this time that a loan will be obtained by the association to match the Federal Money and to pay Back said loan and interest Over a period of years hopefully with Money donated through an Nual fund drives which the Hospital conducts each november while plans for the modernization and enlargement project have not been finalized the Board has approved tentative Plani to add the new Wing to the North end of the Hospital extend Calvinette 3day convention ends today ing East a part of the upper floor of the new Wing will be used exclusively for obstetric cases while the lower floor in out p re9ularhospital eds will House the Board Hopes that work on the new project can begin by of 1972 and can be completed sometime do bring settler associated architects inc of 14th and Nebraska Bioux City Drew up preliminary sketches for the proposed project prior to the hearing in Des Minos and in is anticipated that they will also draw the final plans the Square footage of the new Wing will be approximately 5340 according to tentative plans plans Are in the Mill to appoint a building committee which will work closely with state health department officials in mapping modernization and enlargement plans that meet All state and Federal specifications members of calmette executive Board these nine members of the executive Board of Calvinette Counselor Are in attend Ance at the Calvinette Counselor convention being held of the Dort College Campus this week front Row left to right mrs 1 mereness director mrs t Bertha Yff pres ident mrs j Bette Bosma vice president mrs d Pat Wolfert Back Row mrs j Ida Gunnink synodical representative mrs Hermina Vugteveen Secretary mrs r Jan Engber mrs m Gert Bremer mrs k Karen Meyer Carmene convention steering committee these eight women served As members of the Calvinette convention steering committee Here this front Row left to right mrs Vern Schemper Sheldon chairman mrs Don Pluim Hull publicity mrs Henry Kreykes Sheldon food and facilities mrs John b Runia Ocheyedan Back Row mrs Willis Alberda Sioux Center packets and displays mrs Willis Klei Wolterink Sanborn Secretary mrs Elbert Broek Sioux Center lodging and registration mrs Leroy Woudstra Orange City lodging and registration Glenda punt Sioux Center is crowned county Dairy Princess Glenda punt 18 daughter of or and mrs Donald punt of Rural Maurice who has been working Par time at the Sioux Center Community Hospital was crowned Sioux county Dairy Princess for 1971 at the annual Dairy banquet held at Orange City monday evening she was sponsored by the Siou x Center chamber of Commerce about 400 persons attended the banquet and witnessed the Coronation of the new Princess the 1970 Sioux county Dairy Princess Paula Bomgaars placed the Crown on Glendas head Glenda is now eligible to compete for the coveted title of Dairy Princess of Iowa for 1971 the judging on the state level will take place in Moines Glendaila 1971 graduate of Sioux Center Community High school she plans to begin nurses training at St Lukes school of nursing in Sioux City this fall runner up in the Sioux county Competition was Lonna Dewild 20 daughter of or and mrs Lawrence de wild of Boyden a 1968 graduate of boy Den Hull Community High school currently employed at Sioux Valley Hospit Al in Sioux Falls she was sponsored by the Hull business and professional mens third place in the Sioux county Competition went to Miriam Korver 19 daughter of or and mrs Calvin Korver 01 Alton a 1970 graduate of Floyd Valley High school who is currently teaching piano and Organ at Alton and Orange City Miriam was sponsored by the Farmers Mutual cooperative co of Alton other girls who competed for Dairy Princess of Sioux county for 1971 were Kathy Bonnecroy daughter of or and mrs Robert Bonnecroy of Rural Orange Cuy Nancy Sandbulte daughter of or and mrs Kenneth Sandbulte of Rock Val Groeneweg daughter of or Nalbert Groeneweg of Rural Rock Valley Donna Jean Feekes daughter of or and mrs Arnold Feekes of Rural Sioux Center Brenda Rensink daughter of or and mrs Leland Rensink of Rural Boyden judges for the county Princess con Tesi were Nancy Gerner of Omaha mrs Clarence Boole of Hull and Don Broek of radio station kid a Sioux Center Calvinette Counselor from 14 states and Canada Are holding their convention on the Dort College Campus Here this week the convention opened tuesday with 240 registered and will end with a noon luncheon in the Dort commons today thursday highlights of the three Day meeting included a banquet at the Dort dining room at pm tuesday with Willis Timmer As speaker and special music furnished by the Mouw Sisters a Devotion Al service at pm tuesday with mrs Art Vander Ploeg of Sioux Center speak ing on the subject happiness is the convention theme four special class ses Sions on wednesday and meetings of special interest groups this morning classes were conducted on wednes Day by the Rev John b Hulst of Sioux Center on the subject personal growth of Counselor by the Rev e Voogd of Rock Valley on the topic psychology of girls by mrs Eldon Mer Nesson r Bible lessons by miss Dorothy Mun son of Littleton Colo on and by mrs Wesley love of Arthur Iowa on crafts there were interest group meetings this morning on 1 music 2 Christian service ideas 3 Charm course 4 plan Ning the club year 5 using Calvinette As a witness 6 raising Money for club use 7 rank and Merit badge program and 8 Calvinette week ideas there a a special meeting of Council representatives held this morning also a final devotional meeting was held at am this morning the Calvinette executive Board consists of Bertha Yff president Bette Bosma vice president Gert Bremer Jan engbers Hilda Hendriksma Lois Hillegonds Karen Meyer Ida Gunnink and Pat Wolfert members of the Calvinette staff Are Cecilia mereness executive director arid Hermina Vugteveen executive Secretary the convention committee and member assignments mrs Vernon Schemper chairman mrs Willis Alberda packets and displays mrs Donald a Jurri publicity mrs Henry Kreykes food and facilities mrs Leroy Woudstra and mrs Delbert Broek registration and lodging mrs John b Runia finance mrs a tiflis Klei Wolterink entertainment and transportation most of the Counselor Are housed in the dorm dormitories a few Are stay ing at motels and several came in campers swimming lessons begin on june 28 the first three weeks session of swimming lessons at Sandy hollow will begin on june 28 the second three weeks session will begin july 19 and end August August 7 there will be three instruction periods daily beginning at and am the bus schedule will be the same As last year it will leave 10 minutes be fore each class period continued on Back Page receive 3 bids o new Federal savings Aid Loaa Bei diag Here first Federal savings and loan association of Rock rapids received three bids on its new building which is to be constructed Here this summer at the Cor Ner of third Street and first Avenue Northeast John Gray president of the association stated wednesday that the Low bidder was Stienstra construction co of Hull he anticipates a contract will be signed sometime this week and that construction on the new one Story building will get under Way within a few Days other bidders on the project were de Stigter Brothers of Sioux Center and Glen d Foltz and son of Rock rapids continued on Back Page Sioux Juad childrens missionary meeting Here thursday july 1st a Sioux land childrens missionary meeting will be held at p m thurs Day july 1 at the first Christian re formed Church Here Stanley Siebersma of fort Wingate new Mexico will be the speaker an offering will be taken for the mis Sion work being done with teens at fort Wingate All children of Grade school age Are invited to attend refreshments will be served following the meeting Middle Hert starch Pink is in vue 29 the annual picnic of free Grace re formed Church at Middleburg will be held on the Church grounds tuesday june 29 beginning at pm a Short program will be presented at 7 pm sandwiches pie and Coffee will be served by members of the girls league of the Church All members former members and friends of the Church Are invited band rehearsal thursday there will be b band rehearsal in the gym thursday june 24 pm for All High school band members Golf course is reopened Sandy hollow Golf course is again open after having been closed due to flood ing following heavy Rains volume 78 number 25 thursday june 24 1971 Sioux Center Iowa to Honor 4 City officials saturday reception and trite program at Library All residents of Sioux Center and sur rounding Community Are invited to at tend a special Public recognition program which will be held at the local Public Library saturday evening june 26 Honor ing three Sioux Center City councilmen who have served on the Council for 22 years or More and City treasurer James Hollander who has held that position for the councilmen to be honoured Are Ross k Vernon and e John Kosters who have served a full Quarter of a Cen Tury and Richard w Rozeboom who has served 22 years there willbe a reception for the four men in the fireside room starting at pm and this will be followed by a Brief program in the Library basement at 8 pm plaques will be presented to the four Hon Trees details of the program Are to be worked out later this week City manager Arie Verrips announced those who Are planning the affair Are hopeful that Many Many Sioux Centeri ans will take an hours time on the 22nd to express their thanks and appreciation to this group by men who have served so Long and faithfully for almost no compere action except the Honor that goes with such Public service three of the men the three Council men also have served for Many years As members of the cites Volunteer fire department or Vernon is the manager of Mutual Telephone company or Kosters is the proprietor of hosiery manufacturing company and or Rozenbom is a Merna Ber of the insurance Agency of Roze Boom Broekman Brugger Date june 16 june 1 7 june 18 june 19 june 20 june 21 june 22 0 0 31 t 0 0 0 60 91 71 90 65 90 72 91 65 83 55 85 60 in saturday Evini a ref n 9 qty councilmen will be honoured Here pictured with other members of the coun Rev Gerald Mahler will be installed As associate pastor of 1st Church on 30 James j Hollander City treasurer 25 years Jom Kraay Eibrink dives w shallow water Aid differs neck ii iry Jana 13yearold daughter of or and mrs Gerrit Kraayenbrink was seriously injured at about saturday evening at Lewis and Clark Lake near Yankton s d while camping with the Joe Van Tol family of Yankton where she was spending a weeks vacation the family were out on the Lake in a boat and Jana was diving into the water and hit Bottom fracturing her neck in four places she was rescued by her Uncle Van to and taken to the sacred heart hos Pital at Yankton where she underwent surgery that same evening and was placed in traction news concerning her condition was encouraging the Early part of the week or and mrs Kraayenbrink have been at her bedside since the time of the Accident three Well met areas quartets will present program at Mairice three quartets the majesties the ambassadors and the Carmel quartet will present a program saturday june 25 at pm in the Maurice Gyrn under the sponsorship of the Maurice re creation committee a free will offering will be taken proceeds will go toward building a ten Nis and a basketball court in Maurice weeks weather report the Rev Gerald r Mahler 31 will be installed As associate pastor of youth education at the first reformed Church Sioux Center at pm on wednesday june 30 the service will be conducted by the free film on Israel will be shown at local Church june 26 the Public is invited to see the one hour color feature motion picture his land the thrilling Story of Israel from ancient to modern times which will be shown at the first reformed Church Here at 8 pm saturday june 26 the film takes the viewer through the vibrant streets and lonely solitary paths of Israel whose destiny is daily discussed in counsels of governments All Over the world the same paths taken by Jesus and the Prophet Galilee the wilderness Jerusalem the mount of olives the film features Cliff Barrows and Cliff Rich Ard the latter a popular English Star sings a number of new Ralph Carmichael songs causing the film to be labelled a musical journey into the soul of a nation words of scripture come to life As the two men reflect upon the events that in recent years have confirmed much of the ancient prophecies including the one that Israel would take her place among the nations of the world Classis of West Sioux reformed Church in America the Rev Harold Lenters pastor of the first reformed Church of Ireton and vice president of the Classis will preside the Sermon will be delivered by the Rev Alvin Eissens associate min ister of the first reformed Church of Orange City the Rev Albert ten Clay pastor of the Central reformed Church of Sioux Center will be in charge of the devotions the Rev Jack Boerigter senior pastor of the first reformed Church will bring the charge to the pastor and continued on Back Page Rev Gerald Mahler Meskal Froeup will present beef a Nekole at Dort at 8 pm of Jim 26 we pent a Cei Ved and the sacred i r a variety of music with Strong emphasis on the

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