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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa Sioux Center news wednesday june 29,1977 Page. 2 schedule of services. \ i Bethel Christian reformed Church Sioux Center Rev. Henry Vanden 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 week service 8 00 . Covenant Christian reformed Church Sioux Center or. Franklin d. Steen pastor. Sunday morning worship 10 30 ., evening worship 5 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 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. Summer sunday school at 9 30, worship at 10 30 .--july 3. Reformed world Relief names executive director the Christian reformed world Relief committee has a executive director. The Synod of the Christian reformed Church today approved the world Relief committee s nomination of John de Haan of Denver colo., to head the International Relief and development of the Christian reformed Church. Or. De Haan is currently director of the Community mental health Center of Beth Esda Hospital in Denver. He is a graduate of Calvin College and the University of Michigan and studied at the University of. Southern California. In recent years he has made presentations on management of mental health services at National Community mental health conferences. Or. De Haan will be the second executive director of the grand rapids based International Relief Agency. Or. Louis Van Ess is retiring after fifteen years with the Agency bringing it from infancy to its present 2.5 million Dollar annual budget. The Agency was created in 1962 in order to meet ,.the Christian reformed Church s desire to provide material Aid to Korea. One of its first major projects was in a country adoption Agency in Korea one of the first successful attempts to make adoption a viable child care option in Korea. Another Early program was the resettlement of 160 cuban families in cooperation with the local churches of our denomination a performance that was repeated in 1975 and 76 with vietnamese refugees. The Agency currently has agriculture and Community development programs nutrition education and child feeding programs in Bangladesh Honduras Haiti Mexico Nicaragua niger Nigeria and the Philippines. It also sponsors family services programs in Kentucky and Virginia arid programs for rehabilitation of the handicapped in Mississippi and Jordan. Two n West Iowa communities Complete fund drive thoughts from the Center. By buddy Arnold a this morning i saw a Miracle. We broke ground for a Miracle the resident Center. A today All of us held the shovel in our hands and broke the Earth with it. Phase two has begun this Means alot to us it will i give us the building we have wanted for Solon. It will give us three More cottages also and More room for people who need Handicap Village. Come in today mjg a  Sunnyside. I am going to if my Friend Jack is tnere7t wan to Fen him about Tity Home. He was caught in the same mouse trap As i was. I Hope to Tell him what i have found at Handicap Village of Northwest Iowa. It was a Little wet out of doors this morning but the Sun was shining in our hearts. A dream was going to become reality. God has made this dream possible. God had touched an elderly women s heart. He will made this possible. I wrote a column i Hope Haven close for two weeks  Hope Haven will be closed for two weeks beginning monday july 4 through monday /july/l8. All staff and enrollees will return on clues Dayi july 19. The total closure will allow to tit two week vacation for All staff and of that god will provide. Two weeks later Bob received word about the will. We could t believe god s Power. Asl turned the shovel this morning i Felt that Power and 1 said a silent thank you. Staff and residents knew As soon As this building is built that this will be the Home and Center for work and play for Many years. We Are Here to stay. That is the message of the resident Center. It will make Sheldon the real City with a heart in Northwest Iowa. Tactic inv . Ask you to. Pen tout. Your support. If desert is you f concerns i feel a deep love for it. Within its Walls i will leave my spirit. I will be in the Center. But Why should we Ever compete with each other. Both places will is to help the handicapped. I used to wonder Why a Center had to be built but the crowded conditions and the Long walks in the dead of Winter convinced me other Wise. I have the thought of leaving Joy Jan and Ivan come 1978, but Many things can change. New i education plan any Young person planning to enlist in the armed forces with Hopes of completing his education later should look into the military s educational benefits program which replaces the old go Bill of rights for every Dollar put into a fund by an enlisted the veterans administration pays two dollars of education costs when the time conies. Two Northwest Iowa communities have contributed a total of $8,361.50 toward the development of Handicap Village of Northwest Iowa located in Sheldon. The communities Are Melvin and George. Gifts and pledges were raised from fund drives where individuals were contacted personally As Well As those we o contributed by mail. Mail in contributions were also received from  individuals churches and various other organizations. A. The Money received goes toward construction of phase 10 of the Village plan which is a resident Center and three additional cottages a 1.3 million Dollar project. Groundbreaking for the resident Center was held june 13 with construction underway. Handicap Village is a residential facility for the adult mentally and physically handicapped person. Because of the interest and concern of people in All of Northwest Iowa there Are three cottages constructed. " those who Are residents of the Village Are enjoying a life of dignity and purpose. Which for Many is a first time experience. The Board staff and residents of Handicap Village have extended their sincere appreciation to the two communities for their concern and support. Appreciation is also extended to the kiwanis club at Melvin and the facts and fun women club of George for their help in the drive. Or. Kushner president of the Board expressed Hope for the continued support of these communities As Well As the support received from other communities where fund drives have been held. The plans Are to conduct fund drives in each Community in the four counties of Osceola Lyon Sioux and o Brien. Fifteen communities have been involved thus far. Gryf returns from Kansas City tour. The first reformed Church s Ryf group left Here at 2 . Yesterday morning for a trip to worlds of fun in Kansas City Missouri. Numbering 153 people including kids arid chaperones the group returned Home at Midnight. Three greyhound buses and a motor Home were used to transport the Large group. Among the chaperones were sponsors and youth coordinators Jack and Marlene Timmer Ellsworth and Mary Anne Schut Jim and Nancy Fra Keri Lee and Carla Vermeer Phil and Bev Vermeer Al arid Ann Snelley of avoid and 1 Henf leftist ,j0 i Wilfred and Harriet Cleveringa and Bob and Diane Sandbulte. The Ryf also went to worlds of fun two years ago. Two dozen members of the same Church s Ryf Rode to Rock Valley in a Bike a Thon  last saturday afternoon to raise Money for Hope Haven. Dort prof to serve As Bethesda Counselor Kenneth a. Venhuizen a professor at Dort College will be serving As Counselor for Bethesda Midwest in Orange City for the next year during the absences of or. Donald Lindskoog ph.d., and Mary Van Hook a.c.s.w., who will be on leave.  or. Lindskoog will be attending school in St. Paul minn., beginning in september and Mary will be living in grand rapids  mich., with her family while her husband fills a one year teaching assignment at Calvin College. However or. Lindskoog will continue to clients at Bethesda Midwest commuting on a regular basis from Minnesota and Mary will also be available for consultation when needed. Or. Edwin Kroon . Will continue his monthly visits to the clinic in Orange City also. Venhuizen is a graduate of Calvin College with majors in history and sociology and a minor in psychology and received his master s degree in social work at the graduate school of social work at the University of Washington. He has also done graduate work at the University of Chicago in Foster care human relations supervision and management. He has been executive director for senior services of Snohomish county Washington a assistant Field director of the Christian reformed world Relief committee and social service administrator for the state of Avi Consin of Farnoly Venhuizen will continue teaching Sociol. Orgy and social work at Dort College Iri addition to his Bethesda Midwest duties. Obituaries Sioux Center names in the news Edwin a Roetman of the american state Bank is one of the 65 Bankers from the no lowest to Complete the two year course of specialized instruction at the Iowa school of banking sponsored by the Iowa Bankers association headquartered in Des Moines in cooperation with the department of business administration of the University of Iowa Hov City the school annually trains approximately one Hundred thirty Bank officers and be employees. A a Ida Lei j. Davelaar son of or. And mrs. William r. Davelaar of Maurice Iowa has been accepted for admission to Dort College for the 1977-78 school year according to a recent announcement by or Howard Hall director of admissions of the College. Dan graduated from Unity Christian High school this Spring. Wjk Sik Sioux Center students have been named to the Dean s list at Iowa state University Ifo the Spring Quarter which ended May 28. They Are Eunice Kempers Jim Bleeker Lou Iann Plemens James Mouw Mary Mouw and Duane Schouten. To receive this f distinct Ion students must earn a 3.5 or better spa for at least 15 hours of graded inc nurses. A i Faber Freeman along with or. And mis. Loyd Vermeer representing the Farmers cooperative society of Sioux Center attended a three Day managers seminar at Lake of a Gojii Iowa june 19-22 As part of the 26th annual lakes conferences sponsored by Lando lakes agricultural services. Taro Wierda of Sioux Center was one of 82 West mar College students making the Dili s list for the j977 Spring semester. Students must achieve a cumulative Grade Point r average of 3.25 to make this list. Thrqe1 Sioux Center students Jim Clemens Janet de Ruyter and Jerry Joie Bronit have earned recognition on the Dean s Honor list for the Spring semester at a Gustana College. This requires a minimum Grade Point average of 3.1. War. Roland Simmelink director of admissions at Northwestern College Orange City la Flea announces the acceptance of Sarlade Vos student at Sioux Center High school for w f twi freshman class. At Northwestern College Darin plans concentrated study in the area of of Muir Darla is the daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence de Vos of Sioux Center. A Kathleen Harrison of Sioux Center is one of 114 Nebraska methodist Hospital school of Jay uses tuesday july Sarthe. Hospital s Indian Hills educational Center the. Stud ent Millsi of . Urece Weither a Stripe on their nursing Cap or a pin Toi a Hon -1  a " " a a a pm 8fei 9ljj Eli Euty at Dort co Eget is among 20 persons selected to Lum a Jun or Erad Fulte Fri inv it the in tue to to a it it is. To install pastor at first Christian on Friday evening july 7 30 . The first Christian reformed Church of Sioux Center will hold installation services for its pastor elect Rev. John h. Piersma Rev . Hulst will preside service and Rev. Henry Vanden Heuvel and Rev. C Vanschouwen will also participate greetings will be extended by or. Franklin Steen. On the previous wednesday evening june 29, the piers Mas will be the guests at a dinner hosted by the Church Council and on thursday june 30, a congregation reception picnic will be held for the piers Mas at the Christian school at 6 30 . Rev. Piersma comes to Sioux Center from the Bethany South Holland Illinois Christian reformed Church. He. Has previously served churches in Oostburg wis., grand Raplus mich., Edmonton Alberta and Pella Iowa. Rev and mrs. Piersma have two children John his wife Mary Are Dort graduates and Jane who is married to Michael v4n1�ulda m enn4 mrs Atlo Jeanette Kirp Hilr Kotlik inf Iha Warrion Kim Sutari j. Mrs. Sam Blair Hawarden mrs. Sam Blair 77, Hawarden died monday at a nursing Home in Hawarden. Services were at 10 30 . Thursday in the Dow funeral Home in Hawarden. The Rev. Gary Oliver officiated. Burial was in Grace Hill . Blair the former Anna Elmitt was born oct. 30, 1899, in Hawarden. She was a married in Hawarden july 3, 1917. Or. Blair died april 21,1971. Mrs. Blair was a member of Day adventist Church in Hawarden. Survivors include nieces and nephews. William de Vries Sioux Center William de Vries 78, of Sioux Center died tuesday at & Hospital in a Orange City. Services were at 1 30 . Thursday in the United presbyterian Church at Alton. The Rev. Clarence Greving officiated. Burial was in Nassau township cemetery with the memorial funeral Home of Sioux Center in charge. Or. De Vries was born Jan. 8, 1899 at Maurice. He married Ida Bleyenberg of Sioux Center at Ireton feb. 21, 1923. They resided near Ireton Maurice 43 years at Alton and the last 3 years in Sioux Center. Survivors include the widow two daughters mrs. Jonathon Geraldine Van is of St Paul Minn and mrs Donald Audrey Matthews of Sioux Falls one son Glen of Hartley eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren three Brothers Thomas of Andover s.d., Dan of Maurice and John of Tillamook Ore. And three Sisters mrs. Clarence Minnie Vanroekel of Tillamook mrs. Glen Elsie Rosdail and mrs Jake Gertrude Rosdail both of Amana. A Marvin t. Smit Maurice Marvin. Shit 53, Gretna la., a former Maurice resident died thursday in a veterans Hospital m neworleansnla., of Long j services were at 10 30 . Monday in the of rpt reformed Church at Maurice. Tote Rev. David Laman of Carmel officiated. Burial was in Sherman township cemetery near Maurice under direction of the Van Gelder funeral Home of Orange . Salt was born feb. 10, 1924, at Maurice. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a member of the first reformed Church at Maurice .a,tpe.y.tin1blche itoperte4 a. t. Suwivptstoc1iif4erfjhewidw,ylra$ot daughters Vanessa Gay if Home or be5jnettj to a y Sas of Dan " 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 Sioux Center news 32 third St. New Sioux Center Iowa 722-0741 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 living industries incorporated Home builders Hull and Sioux Center phone 439-2623 Rozeboom Broek & Van Bruggen insurance Agency 38 third Street . Sioux Center Iowa Sioux preme packing co. Highway 75 South Sioux Center Iowa phone 722-2555 Oliver Arie Oliver owner we build on location or ready built Homes to your plans and downtown Woodland Lee Mullenburg fresh groceries Dally the Coffee shop Henry & Marlon Kroon managers featuring breakfast and lunch Sall Church Faith patronage inquiries May be made by. Alther writing newstf.qr.bpx278ts our Center a 5 1250,or by Call

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