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Sioux Center News Newspaper Archives May 7 1975, Page 1

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - May 7, 1975, Sioux Center, Iowa If totter the drop coming with terms end 173 Dort seniors will receive diplomas Here 10 Friday Sioux Center will experience a noticeable drop in population come Friday when nearly Dort College students Complete their year of academic work Here and take off for their Homes in 22 states and five Norman Harper Canadian one Hundred and 73 of the Stu dents will be graduating this week and will receive diplomas at commence ment exercises scheduled for 10 May in the College auditor six of these Are Sioux Cente rians Paulette Ardene Mae Emmel Ruth John Maat Eloise Andrea commencement speaker will be Norman associate pro Fessor of Christian education at the reformed theological the Dort students began tuesday taking final examinations and these will be completed by thursday after the topic of harpers commencement address is How to live in perilous Harper holds a major in sociology and a masters in education from Mississippi and received his from Columbia theological Seminary and his from the University of ordained by the Central Mississippi presbytery in he worked As both a pastor and a teacher before accepting his present position at reformed Theo logical where he is chair Man of the department of Christian Douglas Vic Epresi Dent for academic will pre sent the candidates for degrees and professor Nick Van til will be the academic the Dort College concert choir will perform a few numbers As part of the commencement exercises and president of the Board of trustees will offer the closing the Days activities will begin with a presidents breakfast for the faculty and the senior class at 8 in the Here is the list of 1973 members of the graduating group name Home town Bruce South Roy Mary Iowa Gene Sanborn Beverly fond do John Joanne Oregon Gordon Grace Paulette Sioux Center Rodney Barbara continued on Back Page Sioux Iowa May 1975 volume 82 number 19 three killed in 2car collision May 2 Community orchestra will present concert Sioux Center Community orchestra at rehearsal 5th and 6th Grade bands concert on May 13 the Sioux Center Community or pictured will present a concert in room c160 in the class room building on the Dort College Campus at 8 May under the direction of Gary Vander the Public is there will be no admission charge but a freewill offering will be before and after the concert there will be Opportunity for All who Are interested to become members of the Community orchestra association by paying the minimum dues of or it is pointed out that the Community orchestra need is the support of an organized group if it is to have the resources necessary for a formal organizational meeting will be held details will be an the program for the May 13 con Cert is As follows Ludwig Van Beethoven 1770 1827 symphony 1 in c major by adagio Molto Allegro con andante Cantabile con Moto menu etto Allegro e Vivace Ludwig Van dance 1 by intermission Maurice Ravel Eay Arje by Virgil Thompson 1896 the plow that broke the Plains the Waltzing cat and the syncopated clock by Leroy Ander a 31yearold Sioux cily boys club executive director Marvin Berry and two Sioux City boys Riding with were killed about 8 Friday in a trocar Headon collision about 4a Miles South o Sioux Center on Highway near the by Man gravel two other Sioux City youths a 21yearold Sioux cent i Ai Vin were iwo serious and Are still killed along with Berryhill Weic Scott of 500 Center Sioux and Hai Ley of 3290 Martha Sioux two other passengers in the Berry Hill Volkswagen who Are in critical condition at Lukes Hospital in Sioux City Are harleys George and Terry of 1419 Silver Sioux they received emergency treatment in the local Hospital a foie being transferred to Sioux investigating officials report Berry Hills northbound car was hit Headon by a southbound a Chevrolet drive by Arvin Altena was admitted to Hie Sioux Center Hospital and his condition was described tuesday morning is good1 Berryhill and the four All continued on Page 5 Dort Book club Volkswagen 2door in which three died opens May 8 the annual Dorcill College Book club fund drive will be conducted in the Sioux Center business District during the next few this is a once Peryear Campaign that provides business and Niole Sion Al people of the Community an Opportunity to demonstrate their lec Ogni Tion of what Dort College has meant for the Community in the past and the Confidence they have in the future of the explained Dennis 1975fund i Ive chair the fifth and sixth Grade bands of Sioux Center Community school will present a concert at May in the High school following the concert there will be a display of band instruments for fourth graders who would like to be Gin lessons this fourth graders and their parents Are encouraged to attend this no admission will be charged for this the Govil this year some lathe substantial gifts from individual business and professional people most Able to give will be required to meet the Walstra All business and professional peo ple of the and a few other individuals will be solicited Dur ing the any other persons who want to help May mail their contributions to Dennis first Federal savings and All Money collected will be used for the Purchase of books for the Dort approximately 40 Dort Book club drive committee members will assist with the these Are Don Vander Larry Visser Jim Herb Stan Don Lovd continued on Page 5 stay ahead of demand to give away dishwasher May 7 8th City Well will be pressed into service i be Given away in Sioux Center at a drawing scheduled for May All shoppers who have registered at Sioux Center stores since april 25 Are potential a person must be present to shoppers May continue to Register at local stores each time they shop until wednesday the stores will be open to 9 May 7 and will close at on thursday night this one week to enable store personnel to attend special ascension Day services scheduled at several local churches Sioux county Council on aging annual meeting Here May 13 the annual meeting of the Sioux county Council on aging will be held at new Homestead Community room Here at May 13 All interested senior citizens of the area Are invited to attend officers will be elected for the Corning present officers Are for retarded meeting May 12 a meeting of the Sioux county association for retarded citizens will be held at the Sioux Center municipal building at 8 May a talk Abou Foster grandparent program at Hope Haven will be presented by Rich officers will be elected for the com ing lunch will be served at the conclusion of the evenings the Public is play at Western May 9 the 3act old fashioned presented by a Rock Valley Community cast at Rock Valley May 2 As a Benefit for the Rock Valley Christian is to be staged again at 8 May but this time at the Western Christian High school auditorium in the play is directed by Ai Bandstra Sam de president Charles Vic president Sioux there Are 23 other members of the Board of including two from each Community in the Golden age club to meet the Golden age club will meet May at in the basement of the Sioux Center Public those with secrets for the next game Are asked to bring them in weather report unwilling to take a Chance on the local water demand Ever exceeding the dirty water or facing a situation of seven existing City Wells being taxed beyond their Normal mayor Mouw and Ted Vander Ploeg injured saturday Ted Vander Farmer of East of is under care in the local hos Pital for injuries sustained in a tractor mishap on their farm saturday after he had gone to the Field to assist his 14yearold who was stuck with another tractor while pull ing a and the tractor rolled Over with the bar Landing on his As of it was thought that the injuries were not the City Council recently gave their approval to the drilling of a new City Well on a half acre site three Miles West of the new Well will have a pumping capacity of 170 Gallons Pei minute and will boost the cites water producing capacity to the Point that a Ter bearing formations in the Well zone East of town can easily Cope with the new Well was drilled and cased the past two weeks by a la newes Tern company drilling Crew of Omaha it is expected to be pressed in to service a berm will be 01 med above the Well to protect it from High Wales in times of flooding and an u x 10 pump House will be constructed atop the the Well is located immediately North of the City Golf about 200 Yards North of the Black topped county Road on land leased from Pearl continued on Back Page 430 51 52 53 54 55 52 65 64 64 78 84 Low 37 33 44 42 44 44 t 0 0 0 bake Sale a bake Sale will be held at the furniture Mart May 10 by the Lebanon ladies proceeds will go for Western Christian this is a closeup View of the Drill bit used to Drill the new cite Well two porn of of Crew Are pictured along with Fred sent right of the City water depart of the Layn Western Well drilling Crew of Omaha is Here welding d screen base to the placed last week in the cites new est 31 it Well located across the Blacktop North of the Golf three Miles West of another Layn Western crewman and Bert Dykhuizen of the Uty water Are at

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