The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 7, 1971 · Page 4
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1971
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.,/•* ^ ^They named TJ ^ the BABY Mr mid Mrs. Dewey Lonnes of Anchorage, Alaska Have a ba v daughter by adoption. She is seven months ol«i and has' been named Jennifer Renee. Her' erandpare,its ^ are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ver Mulm of Alton and Mrs. (.,% Leon Lonnes of Western Springs, Illinois. The mother is r« ,o Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vandern' .Septeni'x>r 28. She has lx>en named Sari Lynn r, Ibs. 10 o,s. Her mother is the former Janl Mr'! C S'Mrs. Gary Regnerus l*came the parents of :i son nn October 4. He has been named Jay Alan and wniirhnd 0 Ibs and I'' 1 - o/S. , *n,e r is. son ol Mr. :m«1 Mrs. Richard Schnurr made his in-rival at the Sheldon Hospital on Saturday Oct. 2 weiahine in at « U«. The little lad has been named Keith Sri ami has one sister. Michelle, to welcome him. ? o mother is the former Judy Oldenkamp. Grandparents ;U-P Mr. and Mrs. Kd Olclenkann and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs, Jennie Brink left Tuesday by plane to visit with her son and family of Kala* mazoo, Michigan, and sisters in Holland, Michigan, Dr. and Mrs, Gene Nichols, Lynn and Lori from Sioux Falls were weekend visitors in the O. L. Rens home. They also attended the Shrlner's' Benefit Football gamelietween Mornlngslde and North Dakota State In Sioux City on Saturday evening, Additional Sunday dinner guests in the G, L. Rens home worn Kent D. Rons Tracie from Jolmer Groen\val ( | Ee Groot, studonic , College, wWeTeo in the horn. of Mr Peter Ravoslein. .Steoh'inie Jo-in'is Hie newest addition born to the Virgil Solsm.iran.-lv at r,;23 a.m. Monday. Oct. 4 at the Sheldon Commuuity Hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs. 13 ozsi. and has one inothto, Jason, and one sister, Stacy to welcome her. The moth?; is the form-r Pan, Wasson. Grandpa rents are Mrs. Per; Wasson of Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. John Solsim, Sr. of Hospers. Glenda Rensink becomes bride of Harlan De Jong Glpri'la R'Tisink, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Gilbert Hensink of tiospers, Iowa and Harlan iv. .lone, son of Mr. and Mrs. p,.(.>r He .Inns:, -Jr. of Tucson, Ap.i-ona, were married Fri- d.i-.. -vpU'inber IT. in the First !v:orm" I ("hurch in Hnspers. Tin' Re\. Pichard Groenhout o'.tiri.iti'd .it the double ring ri'PMii'ur. 1-M'ore the altar de-'.! v. nil candelabra with pink dadiolas and white pom pom- in Hi" presenre of relative* and friends. The bride, aiven in ni'ir- ri.'iL-v b\ !ter parents, wore a toe lorp-'h emnire gown of r<vui d" s,iie. The bodire featured i hirh neckline and pii:ied s],.p\ PS. Thp bodire w i^ de'.r.l.-d 'Aithhaml pearled chititill-. lac,, a- w.-Tf the cutfs -if tli" si,.,->•,-..s also. The back o! )!:•• Iress fell into a sv..-r-pin£- chapi'l train. Her crov.i. "! !~]r>wf>r.- held a sinffle rn-inrilli o! bridal illusion fd;'"d ••'••(Hi Die rintehin? lace. -1,o <• irried a bouquet of pink i-f.~.c.<. -.'.•'nit!' carnations, and -t.'-ntiar.oti i'-. Miss .fii.!- Rensink, sister (ii,. ! ri'lf, was maid of !, .-.'ir an ! NTss Carol Hensink, ,1-. sisi,--]- o: th' 1 biide. --.vis I!., i sn. till. The-. w.-/re r"sf pink = .it;n floor ..•i.v.'ns v.ith '•mni.-e •jti;. b. idic.---- were . it!: !'.ic>- n! fMf same '.r; : lnt : .- -'li-i. -.•(-:•• w--re • -::i 1. )•'••' <••(•. Mit"d v.ith :• ' n, :dr. ; . ! lac-. , .;•:•(••'! • -in ill boo.,';."> 11. •! pii.k car. .--. H" Inn'.', iT'ither 01 f >i:i ->•:"• '"I as In-stin in. Kr.--\ 'K..-. broth'-r-in- !;•• i.T'. or!; v.-.ts .Ti>onm- !:'--. v..'r" !'l.i'-k double -.'. tuxedoes .is did the Ushers and candlelighters were Jerald De Jong and Bob Rensink, All men of the wedding party wore pink tinted carnation boutonnieres except the groom, who wore white. Soloist was Mr. Dave Post ma of Sheldon who sang "One Hand, One Heart," and "The Lord's Prayer."Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Ray Van Dyke from Hospers. The brides personal attendants were Miss Marg<? Moss and Mrs. Rodney Kreykes. The mother of the bride wore a two toned blue knit dress, and (he groom's mother wore a navy blue sleeveless suit with a white crepe blouse. Fach had black accessories. Mothers and grandmothers had corsages of pink roses and white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church fellowship hall for 150 sruests. Miss Laura Rensink attended the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rensink of Hospers were dining room host and hostess. Punch was served by Miss Jan Jans and Mr. Man Van Bruggen, friends of the bride and groom. Mrs. Sentner Altena and Mrs. John Van Leeuwen, aunts of the couple, poured coffee, Mr.s. Albert Heemstra and Mrs, Ray De Jong also aunts ot the couple, cut the cake. Gift carriers were Delinar De Jon a and Marlene DeJong, cousins of the groom and Philip Rensink, brother of the bride. Misses Sharon Van 7.yl, Bf.rkv Lund, and June Mulder opened and displayed the many lovely 'Jifts, 'Hie delirious lunch was catered In the Lydia Circle ol the First Reformed Church of Ilospers. After a short honeymoon, the bride and groom are at home in Orange City where the proom is employed at Vogel Paint & Wax. Menu public school October 8 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots-celery Cheese slices Pickle slices Pumpkin custard Orange juice, milk October 11 Mished potatoes Meat loaf Wax beans Applesauce Cookie Sandwiches Milk October 12 M. ic roil and cheese Pea salad Lemon jello with crushed pineapple Sandwiches, jelly Milk October 13 Chili Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Peach half Milk October 14 Creamed potatoes and ham Corn Fruit cup Sandwiches Milk Shower held for • Kathy Bonnecroy „ Miss Kathy Bonnecroy was 5 the guest of honor at a miscel- Jlaneous shower on Friday {evening, September 17, at the Jhome of Herman Fedders. The \ evening was spent playing } games. The bride-to-be \ opened her many lovely gifts after which a delicious lunch (was served by Kathy's aunts. \ Those present were Mrs. Don ; D. Fedders and Teresa from ; LeMars, Mrs. Cornie Ver- ^doorn, Mrs. Ad Luchtenburg ! and Mrs. Larry Verdoorn i from Ashton, Mrs. Jennie : Meendering, and Mrs. Albert H. Meendering from Sioux Center, Mrs. Bud Aalbersand Miss Diana Aalbers from Alton, Mrs. Bob Bonnecroy and Beth, Mrs. Jake Bonnecroy, Mrs. Bernard Vander Aarde, Mrs. Herman Fedders, Mrs. Mathilda Vander Wilt, Mrs. Adrian Buurman and Donna all from Orange City. Sending gifts were Mrs. John Zevenbergen, Mrs. Marion De Jong, Mrs. Paul Lokker, Mrs. Hanley Johnson, Mrs. Mick Wynveen, Mrs. Jerry Van Someren from Baldwin, Wisconsin, Mrs. John Luchtenburg, Mrs. Henry Paul Luchtenburg, Mrs. Rodney Luchtenburg from Edgerton.Minn., Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer from Kerkhoven, Minn., Mrs. John Kruen from Williamsburg,.Ia>, and Mrs. Melvin Moret from Worthington, Minnesota. Jean Van Gelder engaged to Wayne Tjarks Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Gelder of Glenwood City, Wisconsin, formerly of Orange City, announce the engagement ofhisdaughter.Jean Faye to Mr. Wayne Allen Tjark's son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tjarks of Wesley, Iowa. Miss Van Gelder is also the daughter of the late Mrs. Clarena De Groot Van Gelder. Miss Van Gelder is presently attending Dordt College "in Sioux Center, Iowa. Mr. Tjarks is employed by Butler Bens, Inc., of Garner, Iowa. A January 14 wedding is being planned. local Hem Mr. and Mrs..Chris Gesink from Wayland, Michigan and Mrs. Chris Schiebout from Sioux Center were last Wednesday evening guests in the Abe Schiebout home. Mrs. Arabella Sipma was a guest on Wednesday evening in the Robert Van Roekel home in honor of their son, Robert John's, birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vander Vllet from Cutlerville, Michigan were Sunday morning coffee guests in the Jim Woudstra home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein- hesselink, Mrs. HaroldKlein- hesslink and Mrs. Robert Rohr spent the weekend with the Harlen Vander Berg family at Waukon, Iowa, Callers during the past week in the Chas. R. Mulder home were Rev. and Mrs. M, Vander Werp, Holland, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. U. Mejeur of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Creates the Shirt You Love to Touch Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schie- bout received word that Mr. Quentin, father of Mrs, Edward LaBond of Moline, Illinois and grandfather of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis LaBond had passed away on Monday, September 27 at Heyworth, Illinois. When You Know It's For Keeps Mr. and Mrs, Leland Rensink of Boyden are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda Jo, to Mr Franklin G. De Graaf, son of Mrs. Frank De Graaf and the late Mr. De Graaf of Newklrk. Brenda and Franklin are both students at Northwestern College. A January wedding is being planned. AQUARIUS »325 TO »350 WED. RING 175 CAROLINE 135O ALSO FROM 2OO WED RING 75 MAN S RING 125 Mrs. Abe Schiebout drove Miss Bernice Roos to the Sioux Falls airport last Thursday evening from where she left for her work at the Cook Christian Training School at Tempe, Arizona, after being home for the funeral of Mrs. Peter Roos. Mike Vogel, son of the Art Vogel's, has returned home after being hospitalized in Sioux City. THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL Mrs. Carl Mulder took Mr. and Mrs, Bastian Mulder to the Airport in Sioux City on Monday where they left for a two week visit with their children in California. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King entertained 19 guests for dinner Saturday noon before the Northwestern Homecoming Game. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vogel and Jane spent last weekend in Minneapolis visiting with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Noreen. ., Thursday, October 7, 1971—4 Choose a Keepsake Diamond Ring . . . cralled in line 1<tK gold and set with a guaranteed; peilect diamond. Registered and protected against diamond loss. too. Pure Pleasure ... to see ... to wear ... to feel. It's textured 80% Dacron/20% cotton So silken-soft you'll hesitate to believe such delicacy is machine washable. And see how '71 Cos Cob details it, with a long cavalier puffy sleeve and beautiful color treatment. Have it, love it, in navy, white, black, purple, red and rust. Size 10 to 18 Winner Anniversary Free Blouse Vicky Humme Hull, Jowa VAN GELDER JEWELRY of the bank 1 Orange City. Iowa J LADIES' APPAREL ORANGE CITY, IOWA FhOM 737-8218 KRAAI FURNITURE NEW AND USED FURNITURE I Sat., Oct. 9 at 1:30 p.m. 1/2 block north of KRMI FURNITURb USED FURNITURE Carpet 13'3"xl9'5" Beige figured rug 9'4'>xl3" Nutria Wilton rug 8'8"xl0'2" Avocado Kitchen rug NEW FURNITURE Carpet •> Matching avocado tone on tone 15'xl4') rugs Matching beige Bedroom Furniture 3-Pc. Bedroom Set - Solid Ash, vanity, Chest, Panel Bed with Spring and Mattress 4/6-reg size Bed with Spring and Mattress 3/3-Bed, Frame, Box Spring and Mattress 3-Pc. Bedroom Set-Double Dresser, Chest, Bed with QUEEN SIZE Box Spring and Mattress Day Bed 1 Dresser (only) Coil Spring, Box Spring and Mattress Bed and Dresser to match Chest of Drawers 3-Pc. Bedroom Set-Chest, Vanity, Bed, Spring and Mattress Living Room Furniture 2-Pc. Davenport suite-nice Sofa-avocado figured-nice Early American Sofa 3-Pc. curved Sectional-brown nylon Sofa-beige Sofa-new style-red Studio Couch-wooden arms 2 Studio Couchs-upholstered arms Hicie-A-Bed-complete with mattress 7 Platform Rockers 8 Hi Base Rockers 2 Lounge Chairs Recliner Chair Living Room Desk with Chair to match IS'xlO'G" Matching gold tweed rugs 12'xl2' gold and green shag rug 12'xll'3" Foam back good tweed rug 12'xlO'10" Foam back figured kitchen carpet 9*xlfi' Oval Braid rug Bedroom Furniture 3-Pc. Walnut - Double Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed 3-Pc. Walnut - Triple Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed 3-Pc. Walnut - Triple Dresser, Panel Bed and Nite Stand 3-Pc. Walnut - Double Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed 2-Pc. Oak - Chest of Drawers and Bed to match 3-Chest of Drawers from discontinued Bedroom Suits Several Innerspring Mat- (extra firm ; tresses and Box Springs (10 yr. guar, ; Bunk Beds Complete with tuck-a-bunk Mattress 4-3/3 Single Beds complete with Headboard, Frame, Box Spring & Mattress 5 Drawer Chest of Drawers and 4 Drawer Chest of Drawers Bed and Nite Stand to match - 1 odd Panel Bed 1-Philco Console TV Set 1 -Sylvania Console TV Set 1 Studio Couch-avocado nylon 1 Studio Couch-brown cloth back vinyl 1 Studio Couch-green figured cloth bacK vinyl 1 TV Lounge "Serta" reclining arms Porch Swing 4 odd dining room chairs Floor Lamps - Table Lamps - Tree Lamps - Lamp Table - Foot Stools Magazine Racks - Pictures - Push Lawn Mower - Clothes Rack - Wash Tub - and antique Drop Leaf Table- Baby Bed with Mattress Kitchen Furniture Large 42" Table with 6 chairs to match 3 sets Table and 4 Chairs to match 2 Kitchen Tables only Dining Room Furniture Maple China, Table and 4 Chairs to match New & Used Auctions Bogaard & Van Gelder Auctioneers Northwestern State Bank ; Clerk Arrange for payments with clerk 2 green cloth back vinyl recliners 1 black cloth back vinyl recliner Living Room Furniture 1 85" Sofa - quilted loose pillow nack 1 80" Sofa - tufted back Mr. and Mrs. Rockers - red crushed velvet . 1 Pr. Hi Base Rockers - green nylon (Pontiac) 1 Hi Back Lounge Rocker - (Master- Hi Back Rockers - stripped nylon rane 1 Pr. Chair - avocado velvet - L " 1 Pr? S Chair - red velvet • .-ane on arm sides Many other Chairs and Rockers Chain Lamps - Drum Tables Cocktail Table - Lamp Table and Door Cocktail Table 42" Round Pedestal Base Table with 4 Chairs to match , th 36"x48" Table -2 extra leaves wi 6 Chairs to match ... 6 36»x48» Table -1 extra leaf with Chairs to match NEW 42"x60" Oval Dining Room Table 3 leaves with 4 Chairs to match NEW Samson Card Table with 4 Chairs to match and Card Table with 2 Chairs to match

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