The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 23, 1971 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1971
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net Newendorp bride Mr. and Mrs. Everett Franken were Sunday evening after church guests at the Ring Klelnhessellnk home. Mrs. Berdena Vander Schaaf of Sheldon accompanied Mr. andMrs.JoeKleinhessel- ink to church Sunday evening and afterward they visited at the homo of their parents, the Charles Klelnhessellnks in Orange City. Mrs. Herbert Huisman of Rock Valley was a Sunday overnight and Monday guest at the Gerald Huisman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Vande Haack of Linden, Washington, were Wednesday guests in the Anthony Van Oort home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyn of Boyden, Miss Gladys Lockridge and two friends of Canada were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Anthony Van Oort home. Gene Toy I or dding vows were spoken I Janet Newendorp, daughter Ivir and Mrs. Vernon New- tor p Alton, and Gene , r son of Mr. and Mrs. mam Taylor, Worthington, p on Aug. 21 at the United esbyterlan Church in Alton. Lmbers of the wedding Irty were Bonnie Van Dyke, L of honor, and Rick Roos, man, friends of the V church reception followed I ceremony. lr. and Mrs. Taylor are ing in Jackson, Minn., fere he is .attending South- it Minnesota Vocational ooi; rocery shower for rs, Mark Palsma fe ; grocery shower was held ust 30 for Mrs. Mark Palla at the home of Dave Pal- Hostesses werei Mrs. |ve Palsma, Mrs. Leland Ireman, Deanne and Lois lsma. forests that were present |re Mrs. Gerrit Pennings, me, Nelva and Rachel Pen- Mrs. Norm Eason, ; and Joyce Eason, Mrs. ne Van Meetereen, Mrs. IrfAberson, Mrs. Tony Abi and Debbie Aberson of City, ; MTS£ r-JOhn , Mrs. Jim Jansen and Jansen, Mrs. Anton |erson, Mrs. Wayne Eason id Dee Dee, Mrs. NickClev- inga and Beverly, Mrs. Pete lerson and Linda, Mrs. rald De Graaf, Mrs. Rich Imbler, Mrs. Joe Aberson, BS. Calvin Korver, Mrs. •raid Keizer, Mrs. Peter Irmelink of Alton, Mrs. jnry Aberson of Dickinson, and Glenda Palsma of tests not present were 's, John Visser, Lisa and n, Mrs. E. J. Aalbers, frcia and Debra Pennings, 1 Mrs, Leland Foreman of [avenworth, Kansas. Cheryl opened her my useful gifts. A delicious was served by the hos- !S. Mark returned from mill- duty in Viet Nam, Sat- lay, September 11. howers held for ilenda Ren sink Mrs, Marvin De Jong and Sam De Jong were the Messes at a bridal shower [Monday evening, Sept. 13th, " for Glenda Rensink, at Sam De Jong home at ge City. Guests included Anna Muilenberg, Mrs. Mullenberg and her ieguest Wilhemina Gotink Pie Netherlands, Mrs. Senti Altema and Evonne of Hull, Rodney Kreykes of Moi Mrs, Peter S. De Jong, . Ray p. De Jong, Mrs. |fm Te Grotenhuis, Mrs. "nrad De Jong, Mrs. Henry "Wrmaand and Miss Terri Jong all of Orange City Mrs. Julius De Jong of *k Valley, Glenda's mother, "s. Gilbert Rensink, Laura 1 Jutjy of Hospers, Games l re Played and lunch served. fiKla became the bride of plan De Jong on Friday lng, Sept, nthattheHos. First Reformed Church. [Miss Glenda Rensink was iored at a miscellaneous FII shower on Friday even- Sept, 10, at tho Albert •erastra home, given by the " s of the bride, *« were, Mrs, Morris .Mrs. Mouw, Mrs, MOUW, Mrs, Karen a, Mrs. Marily West- 'u* M Judy Mouw, Cheryl '""i Mrs. Case Vanden Berg iy, Mrs. Stanley Van. Mrs, John Kreykes, I 5 -Ruth Loehr, Mrs. John* irv V Leeuw en, Barp ,and rs J, • Cornle Rensink, ' Henry Rensink, Mrs. r. u slra ' Wnda We | rs ' Mrs. Gilbert Ren- Knh ai «l Judy. Games re and lunch served, Beverly Kroeze engaged to Merlin Zwart Mrs. Arthur Mouw and Mrs. John Hoffs took Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuis to the Sioux City Airport Friday morning, from there she left for Portland, Oregon and will be spending two weeks visiting at the home of her brother and family, the Melvin Ver Steegs. Mrs. Arthur Mouw celebrated her birthday Thursday afternoon. Her guests were Mrs. Harry Vander Pol, Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Mrs. John H. A. Hoffs and Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuis of Hospers. Mrs. Mike Goodwin of Norfolk, England and Mrs. Dores Vrieze of Alton were last Wednesday afternoon callers at the Harvey Vander Pol home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Te Kroey of Castlewood, So. Dak* were Saturday afternoon call* ers at the Albert' Wiekamp home. Mrs. Frank M. De Graaf accompanied Mr. and Mfs, Virgil Smith of Boyden to Arlington, Minnesota Saturday morning where they visited their sister. Mrs. Martin Jacobsen, returning home again Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Norlan fop; Doug and Laura of Rock RapldS and Mr. Robert Top of Ames were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Clifford Top home. ' Mrs. Clifford Top and Mrs. Henry Bomgaars took their parents to Sioux City Monday. Mr. Gerrit Top remained at the St. Joseph hospital where he underwent surgery for cataracts Tuesday. Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Arie Van Zandbergen were Mr. and Mrs. John Hyink of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mr. andMrs. Otto Van Zandbergen of SlouX City, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoffs of Sheldon, Mrs. Martina Dykstra, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Scholten of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Van Zandbergen. Des Moines. On Saturday Mr. Vande Berg and Mr. Johnson attended the football game at Ames. The Reverend and Mrs. George Kots of Orange City were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Van Zyl home. Supper guests were Vlckl Adams of Storm Lake, Yvonne Franken and Karen Vermeer of Sioux Center. The Ambassador quartet of George will present an evening : of music at the Newklrk Reformed Church Sunday, Sept. 26 at 7-.30 p.m. This Is sponsored by the Guild and the public Is cordially invited to ! attend. SPECIAL NOTICES "The School Night for Scouting" and . ','Court of ftonor" will be held at the Scout Housfe on Tuesday even- Ihg, Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. All parents and Interested persons are Invited. All boys Interested In Boy Scouting are urged to attend. New scouts should be at least 11 years of age. 4 • • • • Donald Heerde, local chairman of Honey Sunday, Indicated that the local Jaycees will be selling the $1.00 a jar honey on September 25 and 26, which has been set aside as Honey Sunday, All the proceeds will fight Mental Retardation In Iowa. Mrs. Earl Klay, Mrs. CHff Bogaard, Mrs. Merlyn Kraal and Mrs. Virgil Rowenhorst spent the weekend In Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Herman De Young from Long Beach, California were Sunday even- Ing guests In the Arle M. Bomgaafs home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprlk and family from Worthlngton were Saturday afternoon visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Walburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Snow and daughter, Peggy, from Mitchell, South Dakota were Sunday dinner guests In the Ed Schreur home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kley and Peter Lee and Miss Diane Bruyn were Sunday afternoon guests at the James Marshall home at Sioux City to celebrate the 8th birthday of their son, Scott. Mr. and Mrs. M.irley Grotenhuis and family of Sibley were Sunday afternoon guests at the Lloyd Grotenhuishome. Mr. and Mrs. WilbertVande Berg, Gloria and Debbie were Friday to Sunday guests at the Stanley Johnson home at Kathy Mouw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw, who is attending Iowa State University in Ames, spent the weekend In the parental home. The Mouw's took her, along with Peggy Mouw, back to Ames on Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Duane Peuse from Holstein were Friday evening guests in the Ed Peuse home. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Plender were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Plender and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plender and family. Rev. and Mrs. E. Van En- gelenhoven and Mr. and Mrs. Don Freriks of AltonandMrs. Gertrude Fisher spent the week at the Fisher Cottage at Starbuck, Minnesota. The Holland Township Combined Charity will be held soon. Organizations not included before and would like to be contact Mrs. Jack Mouw by September 26. Those now included in the drive are Crop, Red Cross, cancer and March of Dimes. local Hem Mrs. Rev. A. L. Jabaay from Zeeland, Michigan was a houseguest In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema last week. She also visited in the home of Lillian Wolfswlnkel on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pas, who have been visiting In Orange City, have again returned to their homn in Oceanslde, California. Public Notice To the ladies in Orange City and surrounding area: The Hospital Auxiliary is celebrating Us 10th anniversary with a BIGGER than ever BAZAAR, to be held Friday November 19. We will be using the entire main floor for display and booths, and the full basement for serving lunch and dinner in hopes of accommodating everyone. PLAN NOW WHAT YOU WILL DONATE FOR THIS WORTHWHILE CAUSE. WE NEFD EVERYONE'S SUPPORT. For more information contact any of the following committee chairman. General Chairman, Mrs. Peter I.^Noteboorn Co-chairman, Mrs. Frank De Vrles Lunch Counter Chairman, Mrs. Peter Jeltema Mrs. Hllbert Jager Mrs. JohnB. Reinders Mrs. Murlon Wiersma Mrs. Orville Beltman Mrs. Dr. A. Albertsen Mrs. Merlyn Vander Broek Ada Versteeg Mrs. Eugene Te Grotenhuis Mrs. Norm Boonstra Mrs. Peter Raak Mrs. Henry Reinders M rs. Eugene Van Roekel Mrs. Herman Stallbaum Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kroeze of Orange City announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Jean to Merlin Dale Zwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwr.rd Zwart of Hawarden. Bev is a junior mursing student at St. Lukes Medical Center. Merlin is employed as a carpenter in Hawarden. No wedding date has been set. and sale original graphics purchases may be charged About one-tenth of all the :'Earth's land surface — an area about the size of South America -- is permanently covered with ice. Northwestern College Bushmer Art Center Thur., Sept. 30 •10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CHAGALL, BASKIN, ROUAULT. DAUMIER AND MANY OTHERS^ ARRANGED BY FERDINAND ROTEN GALLERIES BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 3 for 2 SPECIAL any three garments professionally cleaned and finished for the PRICE OF TWO or Send 6 Garments Pay for 4 2 FREE Send 9 Garments Pay for 6 3 FREE (2-piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) Cleaners 81 Launderers LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 Pick-up &Deiljyery Mon. & Thurs. $tpj; pur.; i^outeman or leave at Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Co-chairman, Baked Goods Chairman Co-chairman, Used White Elephant Chairman, Co-chair'man, New White Elephant Chairman, Co-chairman, Candy Chairman, Co-chairman, Apron Chairman, Co-chairman, Stuffed Toys Chairman, Co-chairman, Christmas , , Chairman, Mrs. Paul Van Engelenhoven Co-chairman, Mrs. Norman Bastemeyer Country Kitchen Chairman, Mrs. A. Van Citters Co-chairman, Mrs. Al Van Oort Knitting and Fancy ' Work Chairman. Mrs. Orville Dorschner Co-chairman, Mrs. Harold Pals Saucysjes Chairman, Mrs. John Fedders Co-chairman, Mrs. Simon Harmelink Dining Room Hostess, Mrs. Arabelle Sipma All above committee chairmen and co- chairmtm are asked to be present at the Hospital Auxiliary meeting to be held Oct. 12 at -7:30 in the Town Hall basement. The bazaar will be discussed. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MONJHRUSAT. ^^ • ^* • ~ ^^ • • • • jr&Z^HlKsyu&SSSBoKtlSIK MOUW'S RATH SMOKED Roger & Butch Limit Om Coupon P« Good only at Mom's Supervalu Offer expires sat tt ser.t._25__ Any S.1.1 T.x Mint B. Pild By Conwm" "QUALITY PLUS" BELTSVILLE Turkeys 59 OSCAR MAYER QUALITY PLUS Fryer Cflj 7 Parts UU WOOnr\ wr\iL-i\ ^^SHPHP""*"^— Lunch Meats GOOD VALUE SMOKED SLICED ^flflfl Meats ,^$\ w ALL MEAT BOLOGNA ALL BEEF BOLOGNA PICKLE PIMENTO TUBE BRAUNSCHWEIGER TUBE SANDWICH SPREAD., COTTO SALAMI LUNCHEON MEAT OLIVE LOAF.. &OZ. PKG. 8-OZ. PKG. 49< it Betty Crocker Assorted Cake Orange Juice 5/89< MlX... pene GOLDEN YELLOW ^1 dj • Bananas||Q U.S. No. 1 ALL PURPOSE RED Potatoes iMiSg Gold Med.l 25 Ib. Flour baB $1' Limit Ont Coupon P« Family Good only tt Mouw's super Valu Offer expires Sat., Sept. 25 AnySalMTwcMimB*P«ldBv Conwmw. ~ There's Still Time to sew something new and smart for that homecoming game — pant suits, ponchos, capes, jackets. You name it -- we have the right materials. HOMECOMING GAMES Betty Crocker, Aiwrted 4 pkg s .| Cake Mix Limit Ont Coupon ptr Family Good only at Mouw's super V>lu Otter expires Sat,, Sept. 89 Any S»l« T»x Murt B4 P>id By Conwmff- -OC vs Rock Valley Friday, Oct. 1 NW vs Midland Saturday, Oct. 2 Show your appreciation of the team by attending the game. Better still, see both of them. I *??' I WITH I COUPON Lido Amplon • Al Panty Hose ? HOME OWNED . . • HOME DeVR IES INTERIORS 183 Central Ave,, NE THE siuux COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 23,

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