The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 16, 1971 · Page 4
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September 16, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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Lunch Time Favorites soon beeoMH- family f. Twolvc O'C.locU CliK'kfM .. ., (nblcHpooiiH muyonnnise 8 slices rnisin or wluK ~ tablespoons diced celery ..r^iJllcecancbicken !, sliceMolHed cranberry C'ollirl-hicken spread, may— ^"^^^ on f<'^ r slil ' l ' s 0 ^ b |7 ia<( \ )V( ,' r with reniainitiK slices of bread. Mnkes lour sandwiches. Dovilcd Ham C'.riiiii'lifr* ..„, ,levilcd 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 .|i:, ounce CMiidculul ^ cup Bopped celery , laie'ai'.'l". chopped 10 slices bread i •,,„ rleviled ham apple, mayonnaise and celery. „„ , lv o slices of hreTand top with romnininR bread, five sandwiches. WEDDING LICENSES Marriage Licenses were issued in Sioux County to the following: Harlan Ray De Jong, 22, Orange City, TownjOlend.i Kay Rensink. 20, Hospers, Iowa. Ronald Schaap, 22, Maurice, Iowa; Alma De Jong, 20, Ireton, Iowa, Gnry Hansum, 21, ues Molnes, Iowa; Ardys Hesselink, 24 Omaha, Neb. Local Newt Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt and family and Mrs. Rob Van Pelt and Michelle were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. William Ver Hoef at Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ver- doorn spent last weekend at Soencer where they visited In the Brad Hlghstreet home. Mr Verdoorn is displaying this week at the Spencer Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van Koftlwl from Lyroten, Washington are houseguests of Mrs, Jeanette Van Strylaml, They have come to set- their sister who is hospitalized In the Sheldon Hospital and will also spend timo visiting with other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Duane Pause from Holsteln spent last Friday visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Dave Van Poursem. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Peursem and Mr. Sipp La Fleur attended the National Convention of the World War I Veterans in Houston, Texas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Schimmel from Sioux Center and Mr. Ben Gesink were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Vermeer. Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs. Henry Vlsser were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vlsser and family. Mr. and Mrs, Robert R. Huihregtse and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Huibregtse's grandmother, Mrs. BurkhartatHawkeyethls weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zwagerman visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vanden Berg at the Good Samaritan Home in George on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Van Zee from New Holland, South Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vander Vegte from Rock Valley were visitors on Monday In the Pier Wlersma home. Mrs. Anthony Kosters will arrive later this week from Lynden, Washington and will be visiting In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pier Wlersma. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Fry from Rushmore, Minn., were guests Saturday In the Will Westra, home. Mr, and Mrs. Cornle Bonnes from Sanborn were guests In the Westra home on Thursday. . Mr. :iml Mrs. last Wednesday cwnln.fr John Vnnrtor Hrak" W M Worthing. w "?««! li | Mr. ami Mrs. j p „ Gorp, sr. went to B 0 y d 'e n%! Sunday afternoon helped Philip van brate his Mr. and Mrs. Henry' linga returned on after spending the vreelwiS'l visiting with the Bob VeS family at State Center a T Harvey Veiling* ta *' Marshalltown. y l!1 1 Sunday dinner guests In ik'l home of Mrs. Al Van Oort were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hike. man and family from Sanbom- and Mr. and Mrs. A, \v \ ' Oort, Debbie and Tlm'lr Sioux Falls. Mrs. Dick Haarsma and I Mrs. Ray Van Pelt spent Iwl Monday at the Lakes and also called on Mr. and Mrs. Jo 1 ' Klelnhessllnk while there Carol Huitink bride of Gary De Moss M Mrs .-hurcl' • ii-'d lluitink, dauch- ,lr... Charles Iluitink •< <"it\ , Iwame the M -. n irv IV Moss, id Mrs. Roy R. t . M- ol Ames, Iowa, •u<t :ri, 1071. at 4:00 i di" ''irst Reformed Dr. l-'aymond R. Van -'mi nlliciated at the mi 1 .- ceremony. The r.diid'-d a I'nity candle 'mdlel-ibras decorated ,itc pom poms. . Hr-ibert !-:itsema pro- Hie nuptial music and •uiiif-l Mr. Milton Bo- iv h- sane "The Great Tuese Is I ove,""Wed- r.i\er." and "One Hand, bride entered the to "Trumpet Tune in Aftpr a short wedding trip, the couple is at home at Apartment C41, 310 Kast 25th Strppt, Minneapolis, Min- npsota, i 1 i' M i jfir" arid was given in rri.'u r e bv her mother. The .de wore a floor length gown v.-liib- crepe with a chapel n/th train, hiffh neckline, ! bishop sleeves. Tlie gown . trimmed in Venice lace .1 -alin ribbon. The double tliedral length mantilla was -iH illusion, edtred in re,'.. ojdep-d i rench Alencon cd to a Juliet I a cascade of .\< Mar 1 . I'einders, friend t|.,. bri-li-, '.'-'as maid 01 .-,,. MI-.S W-bra Bopaard, i ,-. ,i tin. bride, was the i, . purple 7own, and Miss • , ,i d v.-is -'Hired in lav- d. : , Th'-ir toe length gowns !,. n! crepe and trimmed \ i.|,ici. lace and satin rib: . Tin--, e.ich carried a lone; , >';,!, .d m-iru which matched .-:! dresses. Miss Jeanine ..•mhesselink, a relative of . bride, was llower girl. She ; diessed identically >o the •;.,,.,,,,.ud. Master Devon P. ii.ii , nephew ol the groom, , rini'bearer. Mr. l-'o\ K. De Moss, Jr., i,,t!,i.i ol the uroom, was c i m-iii. Mr. I.arrv Klwick, HI-;.'! nl the ;rroom, was r',.,ri,.,m-in. The n,en wore ADMISSION'S Orange City- Mrs. Fred D-a Beer, Sept. 2; Mrs. Dick Do Vries, Sept. 7; N.incy Dolieslager, Sept. 7; Kevin Vander Zwaag, Sept. 9; Mrs. Richard Harald, Sept. 10; Mrs. Rodney Van't Hof, Sent 11- Herman VanderMia- ten Sept. 11; Mrs. Bill Van Horssen. Sept. 12; Mrs. Bruce Murphy, Sept. 13 M.HI rice- Mrs. Dennis Conrad, Sept. 7;Mrs. Eugene Van Roekel, Sept. 13; Rudy Van Pelt, Sept. 13 Alton- Mrs. Nic Aalbers, Sept. 8; John R. Mulder, Sept. 9; Mrs. Keith Diekevers, Sept. 10; Arnold Keunen, Sept. 12 100% Nylon Foam Back Gold-Red-Green only $O95 NOTICE Kraai Furniture has decided to not only hold prices (in accord with President Nixon's order) but to CUT carpet prices to a new low! Sheldon- Mrs. Roy Hassebroek,Sept. 9 sq. yd. Ireton- Mrs. Ralph Hill, Sept. 10 I irk Mi-. Katli', Fx- Moss and -.tr-r Aaron He Moss, - <• .ind nephew ol the groom, •,. candlehi'hters. Kathy ,Ko dressed identically .1,,. bridesmaid. Mr. Bent Knixvoort and Mr. Wayne ,rsoli v.e|(- U'.hel S. I'he bride's mother wore a it. dress ol Polyester knit !i, Mi-iifiiint' embroidered ( .. The mother ol the groom .Hi aqua dress ol Poly- knit with matching em- I.eMars- I--.mil I.outsell, Sept, 10; Mrs. James Mai, Sept. 11 Hospers- Mrs. Gerald Vander Zwaag, Sept. 11 Marcus- Mrs. Arthur Braun, Sept. 13 DISMISSALS Orange City- Marion Jasper, Sept. 7; Mrs. Andrew Vande Griend, Sept. 7; Ntncy Dolieslager, Larry Ruden, Sept. Marion Van Soelen, Mrs. Dick De Vries, Rita Schnep, Sept. Kodney Van't Hof, Sept. 13; Kevin Vander Zwaag, Sept. 13 Sept. 9; 9; Mrs. Sept. l r '; Sept. 10; 11-. Mr SSjf 100% Nylon Candy Stripe with foam back $095 49 sq. yd. 100% Nylon candy stripe shag Foam Back • Figured Axminster • Sculptured hi-low loop pile Nylon Tone on Tone Nylon Shags Commercial weave nylon All to go at only „ sq. yd. Commercial Weave Nylon Tweeds with foam back Hi-lo cut & uncut pile Acrilan — Very heavy Sculptured hi-lo loop pile Nylon -Very heavy All for only $C95 J sq. yd. Granville- Ronald l-'ischer, Sept. 7 .-. o l'i • I'll I broldered col sat j es orchid'.. Miss M cousin ot bride's Mr del wore I reton- Mrs. Mulder, Sept. 7 ria Kleinhes.selink, the bride, was the s personal attendant. nd Mrs. I'dward Hein- Iriend-s ol the couple, vi-d .is dining room host hostess. Mrs. Roy H. Moss, Jr. sister-in-law ,,! Hie t'room, registered the I'uexts. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wil- li.uii I- oreman, Iriends of the bride, served punch. ('.11-f, Irii' gilts were Miss li,.tf. Iluitink and Miss Hobin lluiiink, cousins of the bride. Mrs Milton Bogaard, aunt ot the bride, and Mrs. Harold Me:-.enbr!nk, aunt of the t'loom, served as cake cut- 1,-,--, Collee [Kjurers were Mf-' Steve Kpstein, sister Of the Vi-oom, and Miss Cheryl Kleinhesselirik, cousin of the bride Waitresses were Miss Dorenda Klelnhesselink and Miss Nonna Kleinhesselink, cousins ol the bride. Thecake^ was baked by Mrs. Sari) Brink. The bride left in a lavender crept- dress. The bridal gown, attendant's dresses, flower girl's dress, candlelightc-r's dress and the bride's going awav dress were fashioned and designed by the bridf 4--THI \ Paullina- Mrs. Vernori Meyer, Sept. 10 Kemsen- Jerry Treinen, Sept. 10 Maurice- Mrs. Dennis Conrad, Sept. 11 Mrs. John Peelen, Sept. 13 EASY TERMS Alton- Mrs. Sept. 13 Keith Diekevers, Candy Stripe with foam back $095 M sa ' Y d - Very heavy Polyester Shags Commercial Weave Nylon Tweeds with foam back Extra heavy Acrilan cut & uncut Just $795 f sq. Y«« Last Saturday luncheon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout were Miss Mary Allen from Little Rock, Arkansas, Miss Verna May Ryan from South Sioux City and Miss Lorraine OTIeron from Sioux City. Visiting in the home of Mrs, Duane Haack in Rock Valley last Saturday afternoon were Mrs. Florence Stegeman, Mrs'. Florence Mouw, Mrs. Ftta Borgman, Mrs. Lloyd De Jong, Mrs. Willard Van Peursem and Mrs. George Vogel. DELIVERY I Of Orange City ^x'^KVvCAPrrALrThursday, September ,0, ,9,1

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