The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 23, 1971 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1971
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Menu schofil Elaine De Stigter becomes bride of Larry Meyer A arch with white ;in«i erppn eladious, and white ,\tid HUP mums and randies dpmratpd thp altar for the wpddine oi rialnp DP Stigter, (iautrhtnr of Mr. and Mrs. I ponai-l IV Stlgtpr, to Larry M.-.VPI-. son nf Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph M"ypr on Rpptember •4, 1971 nt 3:00 p.m. in the FH-st Christian Reformed Churrh of Sioux Cpntpr. Iowa. Thp Dr. P. V. l>? Jong nprfrirni'-'d the double ring . Thp bridp, given away by her purpiits, wore a slightly hicti w.iistpd drpss with a flttod hofiici- highlighted by a traditional front laring. The dross. made of doeskin l'e:iturpd .1 OTthprpd A-line skirt with n mntchingfircular trnin falling from the waistline. Thp dress was completed by lone full S!PPVPS, with cuffs and the neckline of guipure tvpp larp which also trimmed thn train and held the full plbow-length vpil in place. The bride carried a single white orchid on a Bible complemented by baby's breath, blue starflowers, stephonotis, and ivv. a gift from thp groom. The bride also carried a white handkerchief crocheted by the croom's -grandmother, Mrs.; Louis Alons. Maid of honor. Marcla Sturing. a friend of the bride, wore a dress fashioned to mntch the bride's in a soft green bonded crepp with an added ruffle at the hem. A tiar.i of Hue mums completed the outfit with the maid of honor carrying a single white football mum. I>st man was Terril Den Herder, a friend of the groom. Ushers and candlelighters •AVTP Gone Van Wyk, uncle of the eroom and Shane De .Stigter, brother of the bride. The bride's mother wore a nruivp and white two piece knit suit and thp groom's mother wore a rust Knitdress with black accessories. Both ;iddod corsages of green eladiolus. The bride gave a red rose to her mother before the cere- money and after the ceremony her new mother also received a red rose. The bride's personal attendant was her sister, Mrs. Hichard Sander. furnishing thp organ music was Mrs. Thanp De Stigter. .Miloist was Mr. Leonard De Stifter, brother of the bride. During the ceremony the quests sang "Unless The Lord The House Shall Build". Following the prayer the new couple sang "May The Grace of rhrist Our Savior." A salad luncheon was held at the Library Social Hall following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hosiers, uncle and aunt of the bride, were 'lininp room host and hostess. Linda Meyer, sister of the groom. registered the 170 guests. Pouring punch were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meendering, friends of the bride and groom. The luncheon was prepared by Magdellne Vander Spoel and Mrs. Ben Fedders. Gift receivers and openers were Emlyn, Philip and Paul De Stigter and Evonne.Suzette and Jeff Meyer, brothers and sisters of the bride. Mr. Richard Sander, brother-in-law of the bride, was the Master of Ceremonies at the Informal program. Marcla Sturing, Judith Fluck, Karen Nieusmn, Ila Vande Kerk and Evelyn Van Wyhe, all friends of the bride, gave special numbers and readings. Cake cutters were Mrs. Roger Drenth, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Peter Humme, aunt of the bride. Coffee pourers were Gaylene and Wanda Vlsser, friends of the bride. Rose Bierma, Paulette Broek, Debby Haan, Paula Moerman and Elolse Zevenbergen were waitresses. The bride chose as her going away outfit a red and white pant suit with a white orchid corsage. After a short trip to the Black Hills, the couple will be at home at 440^ 8th St. N.E., Sioux Center. September 24 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots-celery Cheese slices Pickle slices Cake with cherry topping Orange juice, milk September 27 Mashed potatoes and gravy M«at pattle Corn Applesauce Cookie Sandwiches Milk September 28 Welner on bun Shoe string potatoes Carrots Chocolate pudding Milk September 29 Barbecued beans Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Pear half Milk September 30 Chicken noodle casserole Buttered peas Apple (If possible) Sandwiches Milk Ooen House will be held for Mr, and Mrs. Chester Van Peursem for their 50th wedding anniversary on October 2, at the Calvary Christian Reformed church. The hours will be 2:00-5:00 p.m. The event will be hosted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kalsbeek, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Peursem and Mr. and Mrs. Divld Van Peursem and grandchildren. They request no gifts. A program will be given at 2:30 p.m. Local Mr. and Mrs, Duane Malll- coat, Lynette and Steven of Wyoming, la. were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Ralph De Jong. Marie and Jake Verdoorn from Seattle, Washington were supper guests on Sunday even- Ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Verdoorn. Miss Mary Zwiep from Worcester, Massachusetts spent the weekend visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Hubers. Mary was enroute to San Francisco where she will be enrolled as a senior at Stanford University. . A joint birthday party was held on Saturday evening at the Harlan Koele home In Le Mars for the birthday of Chad Koele and Curtis Berkenpas. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vander Zwaag, Jo- Lynn Vander Zwaag and Don Van Steenwyk, Mrs. Frank Bomgaars, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berkenpas, Teresa and Curtis from Rock Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mouw, Amy Jo and Tamara Joy from Sheldon. Henry De Groot returned home on Wednesday from St. Joseph Hospital In Sioux City where he had been a patient following eye surgery. Modern Now As Then Showers held for Anita Van Kalsbeek On Wednesday, Sept. 8 a surprise Kitchen and Grocery shower was held for Anita Van Kalsbeek at her parents home. Hostesses were her sister, Mrs. Clarence Huygens, Mrs. Marley Grotenhuls, Mrs. Jerry Van Meeteren and Mrs. Ron Oostra. The evening was spent playing games. The bride-to-be opened her many lovely gifts and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Guests Included Mrs. Clarence Van Kalsbeek and Laura, Mrs. P. Jeltema,Mrs. Pete Van Kalsbeek, Mrs. Don Van Kalsbeek, Mrs. Willis Van Kalsbeek, Mrs. John Van Kalsbeek, Mrs. Gary Van Kalsbeek, Mrs. Henry Bruxvoort, Mrs. JlmRoelofs,Mrs. Gerrit Bruxvoort, Mrs. Don Bruxvoort, Mrs. Brandt Bruxvoort, Mrs. Hervey Bruxvoort, Mrs. Harry Meendering, Mrs. Bud Bloemendaal, Mrs. Carrie De Bruyn, Cathy, Cindy, Caryn and Kayleen Grotenhuls, Adri Huygens and Starla Van Meeteren. Sept. llth was the date for a surprise miscellaneous bridal shower in honor of Anita Van Kalsbeek at her parents home. Mrs. Larry Kroon and Miss Linda Woudstra were the hostesses. Guests attending were Mrs. Clarence Van Kalsbeek and Laura, Karen Beltman, Shirley Vanden Berg, Mary Van Leeuwen, Sharon and Carla Roetman. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Peter Jeltema, Mrs.DennisKaptein, Gail Alons, Gloria Beltman, Sharon Toering, Barb Van Lemiwen, Mrs. John Vande Weerd and Mrs. Steve Loehr. Ready-to-eat cereals were first marketed at the beginning of this century and "the original" corn flakes quickly won "favor through its flavor." The convenience of these grain based foods is as modern today as it was unprecedented in the early 1900's. Now ready-to-eat cereals come in a wide variety of forms and flavors; most either are made from the whole grain or are nutritionally restored or fortified with certain essential nutrients. Of special interest to mothers is a crisp rice based high protein cereal which is also vitamin and mineral fortified. This ready- to-eat cereal is not only a breakfast treat but is suitable for use in making confections, cookies and desserts such as this easy-to-prepare recipe for Kay Kellogg's Ice Creamwich Sundaes. ICE CREAMWICH SUNDAES 2 cups fortified high protein |4 cup brown sugar, firmly cereal packed i/ 2 cup flaked coconut 1/4 cup regular margarine i/ 2 cup coarsely choppeil walnuts <>r butter, melted 1 quart vanilla ice cream, slightly softened 1. Mix together fortified high protein cereal, coconut, nuts and brown sugar. Add margarine and toss lightly to combine. 2. With back of tablespoon press half of mixture firmly in bottom of buttered 8x8x2 inch pan; spread evenly with ice cream. Sprinkle remaining cereal mixture evenly over ice cream; press in slightly. 3. Wrap tightly; freeze until firm. Cut into squares and serve topped with a favorite fruit sauce. Yield: !) servings, 2'/ 1! x2 1 -jinches. J. Vander Zwaag engaged to D. Van Steenwyk Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Van Der Zwaag of Orange City announce the engagement of their daughter, JoLynn,toDon Van Steenwyk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Steenwyk, also of Orange City. JoLynn is presently employed at the Northwestern State Bank and is attending Sheldon Vocational School. Don Is a junior at Westmar College of LeMars. Shower held for I Beyerly Cleveringa A miscellaneous bridal shower was held for Beverly Cleveringa of Alton at the home of Mrs. Hilbert Jager on Sept. 17. Hostesses were her grandmother and aunts, Mrs. Lou Cleveringa, Mrs. Albert Wiekarhp, Mrs. Ed Cleveringa, Mrs. Jake Foreman and Mrs. Hilbert Jager. The gifts were under a' gold and brown umbrella. Guests present were Mrs. Bert Aberson, Mrs. Nellie Leenhout, Mrs. Rich Van Zee, Mrs. Gerrit Vanden Hull, Mrs. Dave Bomgaars, Mrs. Bob Van Gelder, Mrs. Bill Wob- bema, Mrs. Gary Cleveringa, Mrs. Nic Cleveringa and Ronda, Miss Janice Wiekamp, Debbie and Tammy Jager and Kathy Vander Brake. The evening was spent playing games and a two course luncheon was served." Unable to attend were Mrs. Arlln Wiekamp, Mrs. Larry Bloemendaal, Mrs. John Melles, Mrs. Merlyn Foreman, Mrs. Leland Foreman, Mrs. Phil Jager and Mrs. Dan Jager. Beverly will become the bride of Duane Van Zee of Middleburg on October 8. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Elwln Van Roekel, Sept. 14; Jean Luymes, Sept, 14; Mrs. Herman De Vos, Sept. 15; Kermit-Van Roekel (NW College), Sept. 15; Mrs. Gene Hultlnk, Sept. 17; Ben Vande Grlend, Sept. 17; Kate Verdoorn, Sept. 19; John Van Bemmel, Sept. 20 MAURICE Mrs. Merlyn De Jager, Sept. 14 ALTON Mrs. John Vande Weerd, Sept. 14; Mrs. Rodney Henery, Sept. 16 SIOUX CENTER Arthur De Koter, Sept. 16 GRANVILLE Mrs. James Beck, Sept. 20 DISMISSALS MAURICE Mrs, Eugene Van Roekel, Sept. 15; Mrs. Merlyn De Jager and son, Sept. 18; Rudy Van Pelt. Sept. 19 HOSPERS Mrs. Gerald Vander Zwaag and daughter, Sept. 15 LE MARS Mrs. James Mai and daughter, Sept. 15 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Bill Van Horssen and son, Sept. 16; Mrs. Bruce Murphy and son, Sept. 16; Kermit Van Roekel (NW College), Sept. 16; Mrs. Herman De Vos, Sept. 16; Herman J. Vander Maten, Sept. 18; Mrs. Richard Harald, Sept. 18 ALTON Arnold Kuenen, Sept. 17; Mrs. John Vande Weerd, Sept. 19; Mrs. Rodney Henery and daughter, Sept. 20 MARCUS Mrs. Arthur Braun and son, Sept. 17 SHELDON Mrs. Roy Hassebroek, Sept. 18 Local News The Applied Arts Department of the Orange City Woman's Club met for their first meeting of the year on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Pals for a potluck salad supper. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Do Jager of Maurice (*»' /I the proud parents of Myles Hunter on September 14*" Rosalie Mulder. ' ° lhe for "«ra Kristin Lara Is the newest addition to the n*. Henery home In Alton. She weighed 7 Ibs. 1U OZ .,, and the former Ruth Bell Is her mother, she Mrij'l September 16. " 1V M'I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hultlnk of Orange city »n> I new parents of a son, Kevin Grant, born Sentemt»r.T He weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz. and Ms mother Is the hi M Lois Kramor. °™' ' ,., " rnei ll Newly harvested Washington Russet potfiloos arc itU f. ! baking. This all purpose potato, grown in the rich volninii'lj of the Columbia River Basin, is the one to select for'(',„»'! Beef Stuffed Potatoes. Ulrnfl1 After baking till fork tender, (he fluffy potato is,, with Initter, egg, milk and dieed corned beef. Mustardi'i to complement the meat, and celery for crunch. The mixture is piled in the potato shells and returner! until piping hot and golden. .Serve this tasty luncheon or sunn* entree with Horseradish Cream, easily made liy foldinVi™ pared horseradish into dairy sour cream. ' Corned Itecf Slnf IVil 4 medium Washington State I Russet potatoes '/t cup butter 1 egg, beaten 'A cup milk 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon prepared mustard . 3 tablespoons finely choimjI celery I cup diced cooked corned heel i Wash potatoes and bake at 400 degrees 55 to BO minute or I until tender. Remove a lengthwise slice from each potato. Scoot I out pulp and mash. Add remaining ingredients. Spoon mixture! into potato shells. Return to oven for 10 minutes, or until piping I hot. Serve with Horseradish Cream, made by combining'/j cup I o. er , ngj cup I dairy sour cream and 1 teaspoon prepared horseradish. Makes! 4 servings. • Mrs. Rev. A. 'j.*'•'Jaabay' from '• Zeeland, Michigan was a Sunday dinner guest In the home of Mrs. Leona Postma. Additional guests were Mrs. Genevleve Meyer and Mrs. Hester Vande Gaarde. Afternoon callers In the Postma home In her honor were Mr. and Mrs. Arle Van Grouw and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bouma. Mrs. Henry Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ool- man visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Vink In Sheldon last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Vlnk recently returned home from the hospital. IS OUR BUSINESS Way Travel Bureau 120 Central Ave., NW Orange City, Iowa Serving your travel needs since 1948 Consult us for all your travel and vacation needs foreign or domestic Open Mondays thru Fridays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Air-Steamship-Hotel Reservations Car Rentals-Tours and Cruises Telephone 737-4852 THIS IS A GOOD DAY TO COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS! Qf You Can Count That High) I Homecoming Dinner Northwestern College !•;(.• 11 Alumni, Parents & friends Saturday, October 2 6:00 P.M. Northwestern Auditorium I Tickets *2,25 ! Available at City Clerk's Office, I I & K Clothing and Kruai Furniture i Reservations must be in by September 25 i Alpha Psi Omega presents The Star Spangled Girl by NtJi). Simon ] Thur. Sept, 30 8:15 p.m. Sat. Oct. 2 8:15 p.m. Mon. Oct. 4.... 8:15 p.m. Northwestern College Playhouse Reserved seats *2,00 ,;*< • Call 4821 for reservations or s^nd seif-r addressed stamped envelope with your remittance. See the NEW 972 TOMX COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS served from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, September 33 EVEN MOTOR COMPANY ALTON, IOWA SB 4--TIIK SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 23, 1971

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