The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 16, 1971 · Page 5
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1971
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MILK MADE MAGIC SWEEPSTAKES RECIPES Courtesy of Sioux County Dairy Promotion Tuna C.isserole Mrs. Calvin Korvpr, R.R. 1, Box 71, Alton, Iowa 51003 2 of an 8 07,. pkg. noodles cooked and drained 1 cup warm milk 1 cup bread crumbs 2j tbsp, melted butter 1 can tuna •j cup grated clieeso TOPPING: 3 beaten eggs i- cup milk 1 can mushroom soup Soak the bread crumbs In the warm milk. Add the butter to the crumbs and milk. Flake the tuna and add cooked noodles. Add the cheese and combine with the milk and crumbs. Place in a buttered casserole and cover with the topping. Bake 45 minutes In a moderate oven. ' *** Creamy Potato Bake Mrs. Roger Den Herder, R.R. 1, Sioux Center, Iowa 51250 woll blended) Beat well. Stir In 1 beaten egg, 2 tbsp. finely chopped green onion, and { tsp. minced dried parsley flakes. Blend thoroughly. Transfer to a well-greased 1 qt. baking dish. Dot with 1 tbsp. butter. Sprinkle lightly with paprika. . Bake in 400 oven for 30 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Note: This may be made In advance and baked before serving. May also be reheated, If there are leftovers. SALADS First Prize Winner MAPLE DELIGHT SALAD Mrs. Albert De Vrles, Sioux Center, Iowa 1-8 oz. pkg. cream cheese 3/4 c. maple syrup 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 cup mashed banana l-8oz. can crushed drained pineapple { cup chopped pecans 1 cup whipped cream Beat the first four ingredients until well blended or place in blender. Then add the drained pineapple and pecans. Fold In whipped cream. May garnish with green and red marchino cherries. 1-4 oz. pkg. whipped cream cheese 2 tblsp. sugar Combine strawberries, orange sections and bananas. Dip bananas in lemon juice. Chill, stir yogurt Into cream cheese; add sugar. Arrange fruit In compote or stir topping into fruit and serve in lettuce cups. Makes 4-G servings. LIME SEAFOAM SALAD .. . ». Mrs. Alice Van Voorst, R. H. 2, Orange City, lown 1 no. 2-j can pears-well drained 1 cup pear juice 1-3 oz. pkg. lime jello 1 cup creamed cottage cheese 1 -3 oz. pkg. cream cheese 1 c. whipping cream, whipped. Heat pear juice. Stir In gelatin until dissolved. In a small mixing bowl combine pears, cottage cheesp, and cream cheese. Beat until well blended. Stir in gelatin. Chill until mixture begins to thicken. Fold in whipped croam. Turn mold and chill until firm. 2nd Prize Winner STRAWBERRY YOGURT MEDLEY Miriam Korver, R. R. 1, Alton, Iowa Prepare Instant mashed potatoes, enough for 6 servings, 2 cups fresh strawberries, halved according to package directions, omitting the butter or mar- 2 medium oranges, peeled and section garlne. Add one 4 oz. carton whipped cream cheese (or 4 2 medium bananas oz. cream cheese into which 2 tablespoons milk have been + CUD strawberrv voeurt Mr. Louis Cleverlnga and children from Luverne were Sunday supper guests In the Peter R. Wielenga home and also attended church with them in the evening. Cheryl Kleinhesslink loft on Monday for Viet Nam where she will be an Army Nurse. Mr. and Mrs. M.irtin Vander M^aten spent a few days last week In Charles City on business and also visited with the Doug Korver family there. IV n Irlotte Assink nes bride of Dean Huitink d Charlotte Marie As- I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. |G Assink of Lynden, Ington became the bride Iger Dean Huitink of Lyn- IWashington, son of Mr. •Mrs. Henry G. Huitink lion, Iowa at the Faith iraed Church in Lynden, Ington on Monday, August 1971 at 8:15 p.m. . Rev. Julius Brandt of- lc d at the ceremony. -ptial music was provided |rs. Gerrlt Dykstra, or- 0 basket bouquets of tan! gladioli and fiji mums rated the altar. _j bride who was given |arrlage by her father a dress made by the |'s mother featuring a Ire waist with elbow length les with bell cuffs. The Lwas of white dotted 1 whipped cream tri m med Mite lace and white rlb- lembroldered with roses Teen leaves. The elbow n.yell'also designed and |%,the bride's mother " punt .was of netting at- 1 to a crown of lace and i to match the wedding , She also carried her mother's white handker- land wore a small pin 1 had been worn by her pr and grandmother at I weddings. Her bridal jiet consisted of orange Ws with baby's breath. rvlng as matron of honor Mrs. Don George, cousin e bride. She wore an do dotted swlss dress, •empire waist, trimmed •white ribbon and puffed les, The dress was made i bride. She carried three (stemmed orange roses. |s Cheryl Assink, niece Vbrlde, was flower girl l»ore an avocado dotted I, sleeveless dress with Itrlm and empire waist, •made by the bride. She Ta wristlet of orange Iftons. 1 Donley Huitink, brother J groom served as best •Ushers were Glenn Hui|Don Assink, Gary Hul- IWd Bill Assink all of the bride and ' her daughter's wed- LMrs, Assink wore a port-sleeved double knit f length dress with white lories and wore a white «l corsage. The groom's " wore a peach long I double knit street 1 dress with white ac- les and also a white i corsage. option for 300 guests '«d In the Church Fellow|Wll, Registering the were Jim and Gail W»n Fedders was pleas- I'Wprlsed. September 1 I'Wrthday with a tele. "U from his niece, TOnecroy who Is a teaching In Ba- the Labor day »t the parental home V and Mrs, Eugene [fere their daughter Wfttaw, Mr. and Mrs, 'WspnofDesMolnes, came to visit >-.T(~»<!iins, Mr, and Wes R, Mulder and Vwrien ** wee l»nd visit- the Rodney Vanden in BrooWngs and uancten Bergfaml* | Willow Lake, South « y went especially f grandson, Pan, son Berg's, who ed trom 16 in Viet Nam. Assink. Punch pourer was . Rachel Huitink. Groom's cake was Kris and Cheryl Assink. At the coffee service were Mrs. Floyd Assink and Miss Theodora Deelsnyder. Mrs. Gerald Assink and Mrs. Bert Assink were cake cutters. For a wedding trip to points south the bride wore a white crepe sleeveless two-piece outfit with orange sweater coat and black accessories. They are now at home at 408 Edson, Lynden, Washington. Mrs. Huitink is currently director of Christian Education at the Faith Reformed Church 'in Lynden and Mr. Huitink is currently serving a year's internship at First Reformed Church in Lynden from Western Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Showers held for Donna Smit Miss Donna Smit was an honored guest at the following three showers. On Thursday, August 19, a miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Mrs. Jim Van Wyhe at Ireton. Hostesses were aunts of * -.theiv-bride;" Mrs;' • Jim* Van • Wyhe and Mrs. Andy Mars from Ireton, Mrs. Harold Baker from Maurice and Mrs. Henry Haalsema from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Guests included Mrs. Tom Smit, Carla and Bonnie, Debra and Linda Baker from Maurice, Mrs. Edward Zwart and Julie from Hawarden, Mrs. Pete Smit and Debra from George, Mrs. Darrel De Weerdt from Sibley, Mrs. Casey Smit and Laura from Boyden, Mrs. Carey Smit from Rock Valley, Mrs. Ed Van Engen , Janice , Glenda and Gail Mars, Jane and Lynn Van Wyhe from Ireton. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. George Veltema from Jenison, Michigan, Mrs. Dick Smit of Doon, Tyanae Smit of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. John Nate Iborg from Orlando, Florida. Games were played and gifts were opened. Lunch was served. A surprise miscellaneous shower was held on Monday, August 23, In the home of Mrs. Ed Zwart of Hawarden. Hostesses were Mrs. Delbert Zwart, Mrs. Ron Zwart, Julie Zwart and Bev Kroese. Guests Included Mrs. Tom Smit, Carla and Bonnie, Mrs. Ed Zwart, Joan Zwart, Mrs. Ed Van Engen, Mrs. Mark De Sutter, Mrs. Clarence Klngma, Dorothy Schreur, Mrs. Bob Flekema.Mrs. Andy Flkse, Mrs. Ray Tilstra.Jane Klarenbeek, Mrs. James Van Wyhe. and Mrs. Stan Westra. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Henry Van ' Wyhe, Mrs. Ray Van Wyhe, Mrs. Clarence Van Wyhe and Deanne Zwart. Games were played and gifts opened. Lunch was served. A tool shower was also given for the groom-to-be, Verlyn Zwart at the home of Ronald Zwart. Those attending were Mr , Ed Zwart, Ronald, Delbert, Merlin and Gerald Zwart, Mr. Tom Smit and Dale, Mr. Ed Van Engen, Mr. Ray Tllstra, Mr, Clarence Klngma, Bill, Lou, Marv and Ken Klngma, Bob Flek- ema, Mr. Andy Fikse. Mark De Sutter, and Darrel Fikse, A miscellaneous shower was held Tuesday, August 24, at the Jake Hoekstra home. Hostesses were Marlene Hoekstra and Mrs. Henry Leu- Sln Guests included Mrs Tom Smit and Carla, Mrs. Edward Zwart and Julie, Mrs Perry Jaeer Mrs. Pete Zomor- maan 'and Sharon Van Roekel. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Allyson Dykstra, Joanne, Retaking Karen Van Regenmorter, Mrs. Terry Maassen, Mrs. Lyto Vander Broek and Mrs. Roger Ool- roan. , j,j«<. Games were played and glfU were opened. Lunch was served. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Roger & Butch MOUW'S Valu Selected with S.V.T. Prices good thru Sat., Sept. 18 SUPER VALU Phone 4848 wmm^r^rm^ ROAST. Valu Selected with S.V.T. Round Steak Blade Cut $119 Valu Selected with S.V.T ^ m m m M^ Center out Chuck Roast Ib. r lb. Good Value Breakfast Link Sausage. the friendly folks! } e7ef^Patties. 80L for Rath Hickory Smoked Canned Ham iMorrell or Rath FALLF Wieners ^Commodore Pre-Cooked Breaded .• -. Fish Cakes 49^ Chefs ii .LI -Halves MUntS 'Slices PEACHES Giant Size Pillsbury Hunts Super Valu Coffee Pancake Flour cans 2ib. can With Coupon Below Flav-o-rite Assorted Flavors Ice Cream Personal Ivory. 4-pack bars Libby's Chicken, Turkey, Tomato Juice Coffee. can ^IHWfxeilf I "I ne /l Flav-o-rite ""*• s °" bur> Q Frozen Dinners..... 0 Scotties Facial Tissues Fresh Green Hostess Sweet Limit One Coupon Per Family . Good only at Mouw's Super Valu. Expires Sot. Sept. 18 Any Sales Tax Must Be Paid By Consumer. Russet Potatoes 59* Potatoes £ b $ 3" Carrots 10 Ibs. Red Pkg. 2 Ibs. Ib. ROOT Wealth'/ Radishes»., 10* Apples ^TftTmi'niiii:iiiJ.iiu.iiiBWflTQ'y^ mm 1/2 gal 3 , b Pancake Flour ,,.£Ji > Limit One Coupon Per Fiinily > Good only at Mouw's Super I Valu. Expires Sal., Sept. IB ^ - HOME OWNED ... -2SSS,; *

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