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Sioux Center News Newspaper Archives May 16 1974, Page 1

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa And Tony Vander Wilt Sioux Center husband and wife die within 6day period and Tony Vander residents of Sioux Center the past five who were engaged in farming Between Sioux Center and Orange City for nearly 40 died during the past Vander Wilt on May 8 at the age of following a sudden heart and Vander Wilt about noon on May after a Long illness which required her to be hospitalized for a lengthy she also was funeral services for Vander Wilt were held at free Grace reformed Church in Middleburg at May and services for Vander Wilt will be held at the same Church at May services for both were conducted by the John Ekema and burial for both was in Middleburg cemetery under the direction of Vander Ploens funeral Home of Sioux Vander Wilt was born september at Orange he married Anna Hollander january Vander Wilt was born in Orange City february the couple Are survived by a of Orange City two Martin Donna Jones of and Richard Frieda Olin of six he is survived by two Amos of Sioux Center and Albert of and a Jerry Kathryn of Sioux she is survived by three John Hollander of the Harold Hollander of and James Hollander of Sioux Center and one John of Dove Schutt recipient of Pietenpol award Dave son of and Gerald Schutt of Sioux a 1966 graduate of Sioux Center Community High was the recipient last week at Western theological hol of the Pietenpol senior excellence this Honor is determined by a ballot vote of the entire Western Seminary Schutt was a multiple prize he was awarded first prize both in the Makely award in systematic the ology for seniors and in the Makely award in Sermon delivery for in the Field of biblical the Makely award in new testament for firs year students was granted to Paul Smith of first place and second place was shared equally by Norman Swier of grand and Robert Hoffman of the Makely award in old testament for juniors was granted to Leon Roggen of Orange first place second prize went to Peter Nordstrom of the Makely award in systematic theology for in addition to Schutt for first went to Donley Hull no of for second the Makely award in Sermon contest to Senlo Swent to Richard Tigchon of for first with the second prize awarded to Richard Borst of grand the Makely award in Sermon de livery for in addition to Schutt for first was awarded for second prize to Ray Tilstra of Dave Schutt Sioux Iowa May 1974 volume 81 number 20 program is May 22 40 Christian school 8th graders graduate forty Sioux Center Christian school 8th graders will receive diplomas at a graduation program scheduled for May at Bethel Chris Tian reformed the members of the listed in alphabetical Are Bradley Arnola Brian Norlyn Mark Lori Glen Roger Eugene Karen co Alan Brian Beth Jerry Roger Ruth Galen Kent additional Public swimming there will be additional Public swim Ming at the local i door Pool on thurs Days from 6 to 10 Drivers de class to first meeting of the Drivers Educa Tion class of the Sioux Center District will be held on saturday May 18 at in the not lunch room of the local High weeks weather report Date May 8 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 total precipitation Gregory Yvonne Dixie Lin Mark James David Victor Eric Jean Donna Vanbrug Kimberly Vanden David Vander Marlis Van Philip Van Dean Kathy vis Douglas Merle Duane Zevenbergen and Heidi Zink the seven top Honor students of the class Are Dixie Jean Kimberly Vanden David Vander Kathy Merle Wyola and Heidi class sneaker will be David Vander son of and Don Vander presentation of bibles and diplomas vocation Bible school scheduled at Baptist Church vacation Bible school will be held at the first Baptist Church june 7 to 9 each the theme of the Bible living life gods there will be classes for children from four years of age through Junior High and a class for adults need not but parents of children who wish to attend Are asked to Call 7222023 to Register their children before May Sam Holtrop Sells local business Cornie Frank Pollema buy Sams variety Sam owner operator of Sams variety store in downtown Sioux Center the past 28 years since has sold the business to Cornie Broek and Frank Pollema effective May 11 due to Iii Pollema will assume full time management of the business on May the name of the business will be re the present clerical staff is expected to remain the new owners an Sylvia Hulsten has headed the clerical staff in the store for 26 other members of the staff Are Harvey Joyce daughter of and Cornie Richard Geral Dine and James Betty the change in ownership involves both the building and All its a com plete inventory of the Stock was taken on May Pollema has been in the trucking business since last fall and prior to that operated the Center cleaners Plant for a Belore buying Center cleaners he was employed in the City office Here As accountant and office manager for 8 continued on Back Page Cornie Broek Frank Pollema Harry Hoogers Sells Sioux body shop to Merl Kredit will be made by Warren presi Dent of the Christian school Board of and principal Robert continued on Back Page combined mens chorus to present program at Carmel 2 May 19 festival of a program by the combined mens chorus of first reformed Church and Carmel reformed Church will be presented at the Carmel Church at 2 May the group is under the direction of Allen Zevenbergen of Sioux also appearing with the group will be a ladles Trio consisting of Glen ver Allen Zevenbergen and Jerry an offering will be received for Hope Haven school of Rock Valley and har Mony Home of Orange Morlin Meendering to enter Western Seminary Marlin Meendering graduated May from Oral Roberts University in he will enter Western theological Seminary in in the attending the graduation were his and Al Shirley and Harry owner and operator o Sioux Bod shop Here the past 18 announced this week he has sold the business to Merl Kredit of Sioux Center and to Marion Kredit of Chicago father of effective june Marion has purchased the Ida Dehaan Home at 158 2nd and will be moving to Sioux he has worked with cars most of his adult although he is employed As maintenance Man for a Book Merl has had experience in alignment and wheel balancing and will run that end of the Curt Van experienced body re will remain on the staff and will head up the body repair Harry has accepted a position As Auto insurance adjuster with the american family insurance at Sioux Falls and will be moving there with his and two and the Middle of the Hoogers have sold their Home at 206 third to the Harlan Vande Hoef who will take Possession june the Hoogers have purchased a Home in Sioux the Vande Hoefs Are currently living at Sunrise he is employed by the Alton rendering Merl Kredit Marlon Kredit largest class in High schools history to graduate the largest graduating class in Sioux Center Community High schools history 9146 girls and 45 boys will receive dip Lomas at commencement exc Ercles in the school auditorium at wednes May one of the top 10 Honor students of the class will be selected to appear As class speaker on the program and the for eign Exchange student attending Sioux Center High this years Onle Tubman of Liberia will also appear on the senior awards will be announced and pork Barbecue june 11 plans for the chamber of Commerce sponsored free pork Barbecue at Central Park in Sioux Center on june 11 Are shaping up reports Mel head of the arrangements donated by Sioux preme packing of Sioux will be served along with cold pork and Dixie this is a Goodwill gesture on the Park of local business and profession Al people to express appreciation for patronage Gertru Dejonker withdraws Gertrude of Rock re publican candidate for county announced this week that for personal reasons she has decided not to seek the nomination at the june 4 she said she would not accept the nomination even though she won the Pri Mary race Over incumbent Republican Alice Van her name is on the there is no democratic candidate for the handed out at baccalaureate services for the graduating class is scheduled for Sun May at Central reformed Church the Sermon will be delivered by the Brook pastor of Carmel reformed funeral held for Degroot funeral services were held at the first Christian reformed Church Here at 2 May for Henry de groot of Sioux who died at the local Hospital May services were conducted by Tho de Jong and burial was in memory gardens cemetery Here with Vander continued on Back Page Sioux Center receives Grant for Sandy hollow Park picnic and playground areas at Sandy Public recreation Park located three Miles East of Sioux Are to b further enlarged and developed with a Grant and an equal amount of local Matching funds which has been a six additions to Dort faculty Are announced proved by the Bureau of outdoor the Community Learned of the Grant last week through Wiley Maynes six additions to the Dort College faculty for the 197475 term which will open in september were announced this week by Douglas vice presi Dent for academic affairs at the list includes Garrett Al Manof instructor of James de Jon of As Sist Lois de Jong Wile of de teaching assistant in Carol add Ritof Orange instructor in Kenneth Bussema of instructor in George a Faberon assistant professor of Garrett Allman Garrett Allman of received his master of music degree in 1973 from the new England conserva tory of continued on Back Page Eber Eldridge predicts Good life ahead for Lowans Extension Economys Mist of Iowa state said at an opening meeting held at the Muni Cipal building Here May 8 arranged by the Sioux county Iowa 2000 committee that he is not discouraged about the Outlook for Iowa during the 26year period leading up to the year we have some the economist but we can handle Eldridge views the next Quarter of Cen Tury with and said he sees no unsolvable reason Why Iowa cant continue to improve on the Good regarding the states goals for the year Eldridge said Lowans have three Al namely continue present continued on Back Page of candidates the Sioux Center chamber of com Merce will elect a second vice president at its june candidates for the office Are Jim John Lowell Vande Berg and Don George Faber Kenneth Bussema Carol Addink Garrett Allman Eber Eldridge

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