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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1965, Sioux Center, IowaWore than 5000 total 20 towns attend bidding is close March 11 Des filters Bros get Dort Library contract Destigter Brothers of Sioux cent electric the Fri the new Dort College Library their bid of was below that of the next Low bidder on the general Wiltgen construction company of Lemars Wiltens bid was the electrical contract also went Iuler fitted by beco inc of Remsen rowa423490 Only higher than the successful quotation Tow bid for the mechanical con tract plumbing heating air conditioning went to b and l plumbing and heating of of Orange City All of the bids were Well within the architects estimate reports Dor dts business Neal Boersma the Federal government has approved an outright Grant of 120 to Dort to help meet the costs of the Library in addition the government will loan the col lege a sum that will be repaid Over a 30year period with this was below the to a Sioux Center bid submitted by Visser Brothers interest of 3 per cent the bal Ance of the Cost of the Library must be raised by the College work on the new Structure which will House Between 60000 and 70000 books and will provide study space for 250 students will get under Way As soon As ground conditions permit the project is scheduled for completion by june of 1966 College president expresses thanks residents of Sioux Center Vicinity donated to Dort College during the first annual Dort College appreciation Days Here february 46 according to a final report released yesterday by the joint committee of the City Council civic club and Junior chamber of Commerce the committee feels the response to this initial Community solicitation on behalf of Dort As an expression of appreciation for the colleges Many contributions to local Community life was Gratifying and we Are looking for Ward to a similar expression of in Terest next year Arie Verrips chairman of the Dort appreciation Days committee stated yesterday the Rev b j Haan president of the College expressed thanks on behalf of the College As Fol continued on Back Page 63 prize winners still have not claimed prizes serve Neaily 3000 donuts cookies volume 73 number 11 Sioux Center Iowa 1965 combined Appeal s 25 years service Public meeting is set for april 5 a Public meeting will be held at the Community school auditorium Here at 8 pm monday april 5 to honour Sioux centers mayor Maurice a Tepaske who is completing this year a Quarter of a Century of uninterrupted service As mayor of the City it was april 1940 just a year ahead of americas entry in world War u that Tepaske then a Young attorney of21 succeeded his father Anthony Tepaske As mayor of Sioux Center he has receipts of local Canvas one new recipient is approved a total of was raised through the third annual Sioux Center combined Appeal con ducted in february according to a report released this week by miss Wilmina Eppink Secretary trea surer this is slightly less than the amount raised last year and Falls slightly below the quota of which had been established by the combined Appeal committee mad e up of representatives of 14 local Organ years drive brought in t ten health and welfare organizations will share the funds raised devoted an untold number of hours every week to the duties canvass the office Ever since i y crop March of dimes j salvation army Sioux county re the Public meetings being sponsored jointly bythe City coun cil civic Clubland Junior chamber of Commerce dignitaries from several parts of the state wh6 h ave worked with m a or in state municipal and Church affairs Over the years have been invited to attend the meeting Sev eral will make Brief talks Accord ing to tentative plans mrs r madman woman club speaker March 18 mrs Russell Maatman former resident of Mississippi will be the guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Sioux Cen Ter woman club which will be held at the Home of mrs Hoss Worth East at pm thursday March auditorium t a r d e d childrens association Sioux county heart unit boy scouts Sioux Center Public Library american red Cross Iowa childrens Home Iowa society for crippled children and adults on a vote taken during the can Vass Sioux Cente rians approved the addition of the Iowa chapter for arthritis and rheumatism continued Iii Back Page or c Van til to give Public lecture March 23 or Cornelius Van til professor of apologetics and ethics at West Minster Theo Gocial Seminary Philadelphia a will deliver a Public address on tuesday March in the 18 mrs topic will be the negro ionian in the South mrs win Schalekamp will have charge of devotions on the topic brotherly love a mixed quartet consisting of Norma Roelofs merry Lynn Wal Linga Ivan Vonk and Ken Vande Berg will sing assisting hostesses will be mrs Gerrit g Rozeboom and mrs Dave Roelofs or Van tils subject will be Noah the Man of or Van til is appearing on the Dora it Campus under the sponsor ship of the College faculty and will deliver academic lectures to the student body on tuesday and thursday morning and to the Dorat faculty on wednesday eve Ning he will also serve As a guest lecturer in the department of philosophy to offer lessons on new fabrics their use care a lesson on new Fabics How to sew them and care for them will be presented at the Sioux Center municipal building Here at 130 pm wednesday March 31 under sponsorship of the Sioux county Extension service miss Beverly Green county Home economist has announced a similar lesson will be presented at the Extension office in Orange City at pm thurs Day March 25 miss Green stated homemakers Are being encouraged to attend the meeting most compatible with their individual schedules members of sch 1940 graduating class plan reunion members of the 1940 graduating class of Sioux Center Community High school will hold a 25th anniversary reunion in Sioux Center on saturday july 3 co chairmen in charge of arrangements Are Irwin Vermeer of s0mx Center and Marion Kempers of Hull special invitations Are to be sent to All members of the class the group will tour the Community schools at pm and will attend an evening banquet at the Holland House according to tentative plans West Branch combined Appeal raises the West Branch township combined Appeal raised for seven health and welfare organizations during its first annual door canvass completed last Byron w Hess is editor of Park rapids Minn weekly former publisher of Sioux Center news Byron w hew publisher and editor of the Sioux Center news from june 1951 until october l 1856 and a resident of Fergus Minn the past four years has accepted the position of editor and business manager of the Park rapids Enterprise weekly news paper at Park rapids Minn owned by or and afro Don Swan son family wu1 move to rapids after the end of the present school term according to tent tue plans the news Here r Hess acquired interest in Alton Cement works Alton a which still retains in Fergus Falls he represented a min Neapolis investment company Imperial financial services inc and until recently was associated with Olson securities company a brokerage firm or Hess published the Estelline concert is at first Christian Church will begin Spring tour on april 2 Dort colleges 37voice choir directed by Dale Grotenhuis will present a concert at the first Christian reformed Church Here at 2 pm sunday March 21 and will sing at the afternoon and evening services at the first reformed Church Here on sunday March 28 Tese appearances Are preliminary tto the choirs annual Spring tour which gets under Way Friday april 2 with an appearance at Manhattan Mont prom there the choir will go to Washington Ore gon California returning by Way of Colorado and winding up with an april 13 concert at the first Christian reformed Church in Denver Colo other preliminary appearances Sheldon v March 14 first Christian Reform 2 pm sunday de Church Hull pm sunday March 14 first Christian reformed Church City pm Sun the committee this week extended thanks to those who contributed funds through the combined Appeal and reiterated its request that the people make it a policy to give Only in this United Way in order that this Ohe drive Peryear form of solicitation for needy charities can be assured lasting Success solicitors were mrs Rau Yri Van Beek Marion Muilenburg Russell Tegrotenhuis John Kleinwolteri Ink Irwin Vermeer mrs John Den Herder mrs Alvin Den her Peter a Schut mrs Al g meandering mrs Theodore Kae i iming or Herder and mrs Gordon Den hymn sing sunday the ladies Aid of the Carmel reformed Church will sponsor a hymn sing at the Carmel Church at pm sunday March 21 t the Leader will be Norman born Stra of Orang City special num Bers will be Given by the Edwin Vermeer family the four cords and an instrumental number the Public is invited journal at Estelline s d for two years 194951 prior to coming to Sioux Center j weeks weather report Max min precis March 10 33 6 March 11 37 27 March 12 35 15 March 13 35 28 March 14 37 14 March 15 42 23 March 16 38 17 00 00 00 t 00 00 t Golf association meeting set for 8 pm March 18 the annual shareholders meet ing of the Sioux Center Golf association will be held at the Muni Cipal building Here at 8 pm thursday March 18 Dan Deruy Ter president of the association has announced annual reports will be present l and election of officers and three directors will be held members will the oppor e e Opportunity to renew family member ships and to Purchase Stock certificates persons of indoor fair 20 an estimated 5000 persons from communities attended the sixth annual Sioux Center indoor fair at the Community school auditorium Here thursday and Friday which was highlighted by an auditorium full of exhibits sponsored by local business places the awarding of More than 120 door and Booth prizes including the grand prize of a trip to the worlds fair for two free lunch for All Comers free orchids for the first 150 ladies attending each session and entertainment by the Sioux Center High school band recipient of the grand prize was mrs Grace Van Bochove of 217 first Avenue s w Sioux Center she and another person of her choosing will have an Al expenses paid trip to the worlds fair this Spring almost 3000 donuts and cookies and approximately the same num Ber of cups of Coffee were served to fair goers during the two afternoons and evenings the lunch committee announced the Sioux Center Junior Cham Ber of Commerce took blood Sam Ples of More than 100 local per sons who volunteered As donors for the local blood Bank for Many of these visitors to the Jaycee Booth in the Balcony of the auditorium it was the first time they had had their blood typed communities represented by those registering at the indoor fair included Rock Valley be Mars Sheldon Hull Maurice Cherokee Orange City Hospers Ireton Isle Minn Boyden Hawarden Boon Vermillion so Day March 21 first Christian re Emion Alton Hudson s d for hied Church Struble and Paullina not All the the choir will be in Lynden to the fair registered and Wasfi Dii april 4 and 5at a mind other communities were Vernon Wash on april 5 f represented those amending Seattle Wash and Portland Ore the reported on april 6 at Rinon Calif Priles be claimed april 7 and 8 at Hanfor ii Calif most the door and Booth on april 8 at Ontario Bellflower pm6e the fair and Escondido Calif on april v were calmed at the auditorium at Artesia Calif in 11 however the indoor fair commit Bellflower and Ontario Calif on tee of the civic flu this week april 11 at Denver on Abrial released the names of 63 addition members of the choir Are mor Irinner who hat picked up Ris Blankespoor Dave Bloemen help prize these people Are re Daal Grace Brouwer Kathy to committee continued on Back Page Community Good ohday afternoon service scheduled a Community wide service on the theme seven words of the Cross will be held at Central be formed Church Here 1 pm to 3 pm Good Friday april under sponsorship of ministers of the the two hour service will be divided into seven parts with a diff Ferent minister in charge of each j approximately 275 first second chairman Sam Holtrop for formation on prizes they won the list Sioux Center Ben h Fedders Lubertha Buyert mrs John Meen during or Tony Rensink mrs Marinus Louwerse mrs Wilbur Draayer mrs j Tamminga Jack Dibbet Melvin Mouw Ardys Schimmel sirs Clara de Kruyf continued on Back Page 275 Grade students to present operetta Friday March 26 among 38 interesting exhibits at this years Sioux Center indoor fair were those pictured Here top photo a milk House with All the required equipment inside the display of Sioux automation Center and foreground a trailer Home displayed by Quality trailer Homes Bottom photo a modern Well equipped Camp trailer showing off a sampling of Iowa wild life pheasant owl Bea ver Etc the display of the Iowa conservation commission Rucj ministers of the Vicinity who Are cooperating in the service include the Rev Howard Vanderwoll of Lebanon the Rev Gerald Heem Stra of Carmel the Rev pm Kolenbrander of Middleburg the Rev a e Kaupins of West of Sioux Center the Rev Clarence Van Der plate the Rev s Deridder the Rev c Hegeman the Rev Harry Brower and the Rev Marion Klaaren ail of Sioux Center All people of the area Are invited to attend one or More parts of the service there will be Opportunity to come and leave at the completion of each Section of the service the ministerial committee in charge of arrangements has announced second performance Friday Dort Cost presents Barretts of Wompole invite Public to 3act drama music around the world at the Community school auditorium Here at pm Friday March 26 songs and Folk dances of eight Denmark Ger Many Switzerland Ireland Scot land Sweden and be featured All of the students will be Ini colourful costume and will perform mostly by grades Bruce Lubach 4th grader will appear As vocal soloist with the third Grade group As it presents Mcnamara band a girls vocal quartet composed of Sharon Vander Helm Sandra Debondt Mary Groen and Donna sue Broek will sing Irish Lul Laby a red barn manufactured to real life size out of card Board pain and a Small amount of lumber funded the appropriate and attractive front for the Schalekamp drug store Booth at the Sioux Center indoor fair thursday and Friday the Dis play was made up of animal health products Sioux county ranks first in state in contributions to 1965 crop drive the february Issue of Iowa crop news has a report stating that Sioux county was the Leader in the j964 crop Campaign with a total of be m a series of three by a Well rehearsed Dort College cast of Rudolf Bei Sers famous drama the Barretts of Wompole Street will be presented at the College auditorium Here 1 8 pm Friday night under the direction of James Koldenhof v and final presentation is scheduled for 8 pm monday March 22 the initial performance was wednesday evening the fast moving drama centers the courtship of famed poet Kobert Browning and poetess Elizabeth Barrett members of the cast doctor Chambers Larry Bosma Elizabeth Barrett Glenda Hart Hoorn Wilson Garneth Hengeveld Henrietta Barrett Jeri Brower Arabel Barrett Sylvia Fondse Octavius Barrett Duane Nieuwsma Septimus Barrett Dennis basal Fred Barrett Al Bandstra Charles Barrett Jim Vanden Bosch Henry Barrett John Schuurman George Barrett Gerhardt Korn Barrett Dave Bloemendaal Bella Hedley Judy Wykstra Henry be Van Ken Post Robert Browning Alan Huisman doctor Ford a the county gifts received from the Sioux county people helped to feed the needy in Africa Asia and latin America Corn syrup other area i continued on Back Page Tel writer project i will offer help to parents to hear top names in modern math county legion meet the Sioux county american legion will meet thursday March 25 at pm in the Alton town Hall All local legionnaires Are urged to attend bake Sale March 27 the Sioux Center Cha chapter will sponsor a Raveling bake Sale parents of school children who Fatu Day March 27 if you wish receiving modern place an order please Call one of the following numbers by March 22 7220112 7224034 or 7228213 baked articles will be delivered to your Homes on Satur Day March 27 Are receiving modern mathematics i instruction will have the Opportunity to hear three of the top names in modern mathematics in a r the a round table discussion on subject parents can the Northwest Iowa Tel writer project will feature or Max be Oerman or Jack Forbes and pro less or to mini i i Yuvi pro is t soil sets f continued on Back Page adv the soup supper Sioux Center Christian a soup school Guild will sponsor a up supper Friday March 26 eng at pm in the activity room the menu includes a variety of soup sandwiches and pie a freewill offering will be taken Ine Public is invited adv 318325

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