The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 30, 1971 · Page 4
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September 30, 1971

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

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Koter was a caller on" Saturday In the Marlon Mouw home stopping es- pecially'to say goodbyes to Ws grandparents. Dean left on Monday morning for the service. Mr. and Mrs. . Karon, rk, Van Wyk attended western-Dana foot^f at Blair, Nebraska urday afternoon. T™,, went to BellevuetovlsH Staff Sgt. Barry 11 ' Meyllnk returning ] Saturday evening. A total of 325 high school cheerleaders participatd in the Annual Cheerleaders Clinic ,^--^-^^ers Association, £3£ y T^^ CUnlCS l " 4 ° StateS> I "- a - dlt -°""' he has written manuals and books Jolene Van Gorp becomes bride of Roger Miedema Menu public school October 1 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots-celery Cheese slices Pickle slices Vanilla pudding with fruit Orange Juice, milk October 4 Mashed potatoes Batter dipped fish with tartar sauce Carrots & peas Pineapple slice Cookie Sandwiches Milk October C Tuna snlad sandwiches Tri-tntters Lettuce salad Lemon pudding Milk V.in Gorp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Gorp nf Sheldon, la. and Roger MipnVma. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miodema oI'Litchville, North Dakota were married Friday. August 20, in the Bethel Reformed Church in Sheldon. The Rev. Wm. B. Miller officiated at the double rins ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a toe length empire gown of organza and dotted swiss with Venice lace trim, high neckline, and Venice ruffle cuff on the long sheer sleeves. The headpiece, designed by the bride, featured a matching dotted swiss Juliet cap with an elbow-length double illusion veil. She carried a bouquet of pastel mums. The brides personal attendant was Mrs. Dan Mikin of Granite Falls, Minn. Miss Judy Kngeltjes of Paullina attended the guest book. Miss Bonnie Decker, a friend from Grand Rapids, Mich., was maid of honor. Miss Mircia Reuvers and Mrs. Norma Van Gorp were October 5 bridesmaids. They wore Goulash floor-length dotted swiss Green beans gowns which were styled and Jello with fruit trimmed after the bridal Cake gown. They were each of a Sandwiches different pastel shades of the Milk brides chosen colors-yellow, blue and pink. Each attendant carried one long-stemmed mum the color of her dress. David Miedema, brother of the groom, served as best- man. I.erov Miedema and Bob Van Gorp were groomsmen. They wore black tuxedos with October 1 pastel shirts which matched Meat pattie the dress of their respective Corn bread woman attendant. Cabbage slaw Miss l.arae Blankers was Apricots flower girl and John Van Gorp, Sandwiches brother of the bride was ring- Milk benrer. Ushers and candlelighters were Gary Miedema and Elwin Van Corp. All the men in the wedding party wore white mum boutenierres. Soloist was Mr. Arlin Bren- nernan of Orange City who sang "The Greatest of These Is Love", "The Lord's Prayer" and "O Perfect Love". Organist was Miss Rachel Straks of Sheldon. The mother of the bride wore a plum dress, the groom's mother's dress was of royal blue. Kach chose black accessories and pastel mum corsages. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church fellowship hall for 175 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Ellerbroek of Sheldon were dining host and hostess. Punch was served to the guests by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Enger, cousins of the groom. Mrs. Junior Reuvers and Mrs. Harry Miedema, aunts of the couple, poured coffee. Gift carriers were Tim Vunder Weide and Don Van Gorp, cousins of the bride. Misses Linda Morel and Leann and Janet Ellerbroek opened and displayed the many lovely gifts. Waitresses were Misses Debbie Vander Weide, Nancy Van Gorp, Janice Van Gorp, Laura Smit and Peggy and Dixie Kramer. Mr. Norlan Top of Rock Rapids presided as master of ceremonies. After a week's honeymoon, the bride and groom are at homo in Orange City where the groom is a senior at NW College and the bride is employed at Vogel Paint & Wax. .—• Scientists estimale that about 80 percenl of Ihe world's supply of natural fresh water Is locked in the South Pole's ice cap. SPECIAL NOTICES The Hospital Auxiliary will hold its Bazaar December 3 instead of November 19 as previously scheduled. The YWCA will have their first meetingMonday,October 4 at 8:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bill Verdoorn. Neva Wielenga and Laura Vander Laan will tell of their experiences at Y\V camp this summer. The G3rd Annual Convention of the 8th District Iowa Federation of Women's Club will be held October 12, at the American Reformed Church in Orange City. Newt Bridge Club met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles J. De Vrles. Judge and Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout attended a reception and dinner at the Normandy in Sioux City on Saturday evening honoring Miss Margaret O'Donald who retired after 27 years of service in the U.S. Attorney General Office for the Northern District of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vanden Berg from Hospers were visitors in the Ben Vanden Berg home last Friday afternoon. Birthday dinner for Martin De Jager A dinner was held at the Dutch Mill Restaurant in honor of Martin H. De Jager who celebrated his 88th birthday. Those who helped him celebrate were Mrs. Henry De Vos, Mrs. Sam Ennema, Mr. and 'Mrs. Sam De Jong, Mrs. Harriet Wassenaar and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Den Hartog all of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. De Jager of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dykstra of LeMars, Donna Den Hartog and Arthur Gene Wassenaar of Orange City, and Marvella Dykstra of LeMars. A luncheon was served at his home. Mr. John Ter Haar an old neighbor also stopped and helped celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vander Belt of Prinsburg, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vander Belt of Minneapolis, Minn., visited in the home of M.H. De Jager. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephens spent a week at Wheeler's Point at Baudette, Minnesota at the resort of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wiersma. local Hem Saturday evening and over- ; . night guests in the home of Mrs. Ralph De Jong were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. De Jong, Cliff and Sue from Fergus Falls, Minnesota. They had come especially for the De Jong gathering on Sunday afternoon in honor of the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De Jong. Mrs. Lawrence Rowenhorst entertained Mrs. Orville De Jong, Mrs. John Reinders and Mrs. Dick Duistermars on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake and Mrs. Dora Hofmeyer recently entertained neighbors in honor of newcomers in their neighborhood, Miss Gertrude Vander Vegte and Mrs. Ben Fedders. Their guests were Mrs. Ben Wiese, Mrs. Pier Wiersma, Mrs. Fanny Duistermars, Mrs. John Van Bins- bergen and Mrs. Howard Stephens. Unable to attend were Mrs. Jack Van Rooyan and Mrs. Dykstra. Mrs. Minna Dengler visited with her sisters in Rock Rapids from Thursday to Sunday. Debbie Walker engaged to Conrad Schiebout Mrs. Norma Walker of Hartley announces the engagement of her daughter, Debbie, to Conrad Schiebout, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schiebout of Alton. Conrad, a junior at Dordt College and Debbie, a freshman at Northwestern are planning a June, 1972 wedding. Be patient with the short comings of others but-Impatient with your own. 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 FR EE (2-piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) Cleaners l LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 Pick-up & Delivery Mon. & Thurs. Stop our route man or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Jan-Knit "24" slim skirt, $16.00 Suitmaker jacket detailed with pocketflaps extended to loops for tie-belt, $38.00 Flowered shirt (83% Dacron, 17% wool), $15.00 •. and Mrs. Del Horst-, WEDDING LICENSES and family from Omaha.**..: -. • ' .•: Mr. man spent the weekend as guests in the home of Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake. Mrs. Arabella Sipma and Mrs. Florence Mouw spent Monday in Sioux City. Pioneer Home news 10th birthday for Kim Eknes Kim Krista was honored on her 10th birthday by hei mother, Mrs. E.E. Eknes and assisted by Mrs. Karla Aalberts. She entertained some of her friends with a picnic supper at the Veterans Park and a slumber party and breakfast. Those attending were; Nancy Punt, Jennifer Deets, Nancy Ludens, Coleen Eissens, Jill Ten House, Sandra Den Hartog, Rhonda Nibbelink, Kristen Ten Horst, and Barbara Mueller. It is often difficult to decide whether to sit tight or to stir tilings up. Mrs. Wm. Westra returned to the home after spending the summer in her own home with her husband, who is now in the hospital. Mr. Gerrit Te Grotenhuis entered the local hospital Thursday morning and had surgery for appendicitis that afternoon. Mr. Abe Van Peursem was also admitted on Thursday as a medical patient. Both are doing well. Mrs. Bernard Mouw and Mrs. Cliff Moss from the Middleburg church called on Mrs. Sarah Van Zee last week. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Van Zee and Darla from Hospers visit- dd her on Sunday. Mrs. Frank Brown from Salix called on her father, Wm. Moir Saturday morning. George Duistermars visitors last week were Rev. Greving from Alton, Jake Duistermars from Hull and Norman Eason from Carnes. Miss Martha Meyer attended the 40th wedding anniversary of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. August Tiedeman at Woodstock, Minn. Sunday. Our thanks go to Mr. Ben Grotenhuis who recently supplied the home with a meal of fish. "There is an old-time toast which is golden in its beauty: 'When you ascend the hill of prosperity, may you never meet a friend.' " Marriage licenses were issued in Sioux County to the following: Richard C. Mack, 22, Park Rapids, Minn.; Norma Groeneweg, Rock Valley, Iowa. .Glenn R. De Vries, 20, Alton; Yvonne Vande Weerd, 18, Alton. Clifford Brunsting, 21, Hull; Debra Jans, 18, Orange City. Darrel W.Statema, 19, Rock Valley, Iowa; Tiletta L. Dirksen, 18, Rock Valley, Iowa. David A. Popkes, 19, George, Iowa; Ruth Van Voorst, 19, Rock Valley, Iowa. Vernon Lee Barents, 23, Ireton, Iowa; Gayle Lou Winterfeld, 18, Ireton, Iowa. Gary L. Jeltema, 20, Orange City, Iowa; Anita Van Kalsbeek, 19, Hospers, Iowa. Jan-Knit pants, $19.00 Madly-striped-j'acket- $35.00 Have A Cycle Picnic They named the BABY Mr. and Mrs. George Beach of Stewartville, Minn., are the proud parents of their first child, a boy born Sept. 18. He has been named Van Robert and weighed 6 Ibs. and 8 ozs. Grandparents are Mrs. Robert Beach of Stewartville and Mr. and Mrs. Jurry Van Der Zwaag of Boyden. Great grandmother is Mrs. John M. Mouw of Orange City. Mrs. Beach is the former Darlene Van Der Zwaag. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rledmiller of Remsen are the parents of a girl, born on Sept. 21. She has been named Julie Teresa and weighed 7 Ibs. and 15 ozs. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dykstra on Sept. 23. He was named Jeffrey Allan and weighed 7 Ibs. and 3 3/4 ozs. Mrs. Dykstra Is the former Roberta Jo Stivers. Teachers who complain that football interfers with school work don't know how much school work interfers with football. The difference between a little rascal and a juvenile delinquent is whether he Is your kid or somebody else's. F.vorybody's gone hack to school-and most of them are bicvc-lo riders. After hours and weekends hike riding is so popular that it's almost replaced baseball as our national pastime! Hike riding is fun, healthy and a vole for Ihe ecology. When it's combined wilh the beautiful Aulumn season and picnics, it s even more appealing- , . ... , . , ...,,. A picnic basket holds everylhing-eillier sandwich fillings and breads for a make-your-own sandwich kit or already-made sandwic-hes. French bread, scooped out and replaced wilh a luscious filling, can ho cut into sandwich-si/.e portions. Stored in Tupnerware Square-A-Ways, the portions stay tresh because they are airtight-sealed. Salads stay crisp in sealed cereal howls and pie wedges keep individual pieces of pie ready for a picnicker's sweet tooth. Later (he plastic containers Iravol home in the picnic basket, ready lor a sudsy hath before (lie next outing. Stuffed 1 loaf French or rye bread, about. 20 inches long, 3 inches in diamoler 1 can (12-ounces) corned beef, chopped 1 cup finely shredded Swiss cheese % cup salad dressing or Cut loaf of bread in half lengthwise. Remove soft bread down the center to wilhin % or '/2-inch from crust. Tear bread removed into small crumbs; save I cup crumbs for filling. Combine corned hoof, cheese, salad dressing, celery, pickle relish, mustard, horseradish and the 1 cup of reserved bread crumbs; mix well. • Fill hotlom shell wilh corned beef mixture, rounding it up in center so it will fill well in lop crust. Press top crust in place over filling. Wrap tightly in waxed paper or foil; chill 2 hours or overnight before serving. Cut into 3 / 4 lo 1-inch slices. Pack 2 or 3 slices in Tupperware Square-A-Ways along with a package of relishes (radishes, pickles, olives or celery slicks). Makes 20 to 24 slices, about 6 servings. practice multiplication with I I /B) - * I jantzen knits of dupont blends This close knit group leads many lives, pairs up many ways to suit the ''^^ occasion. Choose machine washable |an-Knit (70% Dacron polyester, in black, cordovan brown, nugget gold or russet red, sizes 8-18. mayonnaise Vi cup finely chopped celery '/I cup drained sweet pickle relish 2 tablespoons prepared mustard 2 teaspoons horseradish lYKEMA' Phone 73 7-2277 Orange /•»:*»«>« FINEST 4— ; SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 30.1971

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