The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 7, 1971 · Page 5
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October 7, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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Baker, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Ronald Zwart, sister-in- law of the groom, poured the coffee, Mrs. Andy Mars and Mrs. Casey Smit cut the cake. Waitresses were Debra Baker, Glenda Mars, Karen Van Roekel, Debra Kuiken, Racheal Vander Stoep and Margie Vander Kleft. A four tiered wedding cake, made by Mrs. Andy Mars, aunt of the bride, decorated the headtable. For the honeymoon trip to the Black Hills, Mrs. Zwart chose a dark pink dress with black accessories. The couple is now at home on a farm near Hawarden. Donna is a licensed practical nurse and Verlyn Is engaged In farming. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Mr, and Mrs. Pete Wielenga from Rock Valley were callers last Tuesday in the Conrad and Bertha Vos home. Mrs. Jake Wobbema from Des Moines is a houseguest this week in the Bernard Wob- bema home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gesink of Wayland, Michigan, visited his sister, Mrs. Harry Colen- brander, on Wednesday mom- ing. Miss Anna Muilenburg took up residency on Wednesday. Mrs, Martin Van Peursem fell and broke her hip. Mrs. Harry Heemstra's visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Porter of Doon and Mr. and Mrs, Harry De Jong. Mrs. Ted Joaning of Alton visited Miss Rita Schnee and Mrs. Nick Noteboom on Tuesday. Rev. A. Hook from the American Reformed church had charge of the communion service on Sunday, Dr. Vander Maten and Mr. Bob Van Roekel assisted him, Mrs. ElsieHas- selo was pianist. Miss Susan Gasper of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyons of Denver, Mrs. Clarence Croat of Granville, and Mrs. Ida Brunsman of Alton, visited with Sadie Miller, Mrs. Mary Hentges and Mr. Ed Sorgclrager on Friday. Mrs. John Brower returned from the hospital on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Vande Kieft and 2 gradchildren from Sioux Center, called on their uncle, Mr. John Van't Holl. George Tuillman's visitors on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Art Kluter, Mrs. A. J. Twlllman and Mrs. Ira Levering all from Ireton. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Harskamp and two children of Sibley and Mr. and Mrs. Gt. Slothouber of Boyden called on Mrs. Albert Slothouber. Miss Ann De Lint's visitors were, Roy Bos of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mrs. Hattie Vander Pol, Miss Josie Harmelink, Mrs. Gillis Haverdink and Mrs. Frances Talsman of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Einfelt of South Sioux City called on Lyda Noteboom on Sun- ( day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Koldenhoven of Alden, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bos of Albert Lea, Minn., called on their father, Mr. Henry Bos the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vander 7,waag and family of Hull and Ronda Gayer, visited Mr. Ken Aalberts on Sunday. Mr, Gerard Kalsbeek took Mr. Fred Vander Ham and the squad car took Ken Aalberts to see N.W.'s football game Saturday afternoon. Mrs, Gerturde Siemonsma and Mrs, Jessie Oldenkamp visited in the John De Beer home on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jennie Karsen of Hawarden took Jessie along to Alton to the Gt. Karsen home at Alton on Monday evening. Local Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Borgman from Santa Maria, California, were visitors last Friday in the Andrew Wielenga home. They had come for the funeral of Sam T. Schut at. Sioux Center. Those from a distance attending the Open House for the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Peur- sem at Calvary Christian Reformed Church on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Og- gel, Mr. and Mrs. James Golden and Mr. and Mrs. Vomar all from Sioux City, Mr. George De Kroot from Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Abel De Groot from Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. John Vonk from Rock Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Berns from Westfield. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Plender spent the weekend visiting , in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford at Hastings, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ver- doorn left on Tuesday for Ankeny where they will accompany the Virgil Haverdink family on a trip to the Ozarks this wenk. .Yvonne VandeWeerd [becomes bride of iGlennDeVries I Miss Yvonne K. Vande Iwperd daughter of Mr. and IK Bert Vande Weerd of I Alton Iowa became the bride 0 Glenn R. De Vries, son 9f llir. and Mrs. Elmer DeVries lot Alton, Iowa on September 122 1971 at 1:30 p.m. in the S Alton Reformed Church. 8 The Dr. Jerome De Jong, i uncle of the bride, from South I Holland, Illinois officiated at Jthe double ring ceremony I before an altar decorated In irjlue and white with pink ac- 1 cents, bouquets of white gladiolas and pink carnations and 1 spiral candelabras. [ Nuptial music was provided by the organist, Mrs. William Kroon and Mrs. Harvey Hof- I raeyer the soloist. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of peau de Sole with attached chapel train which were misted with em- I broldered organza on the bodice and long sleeves. Plain : organza was over the skirt | and train. She wore a long : chapel veil trimmed in lace, ! The dress and veil were dei signed and made by the bride's mother. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink tea roses, daisies and baby's breath. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Darwin De Vries of Wall Lake, Iowa, sister of the bride. Miss Deborah De ; Graaf of Alton was brides - 1 maid. Both attendants wore blue princess dresses with lace yoke and puffed sleeves. They carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations and baby's breath. Serving ns Best Man was Mr. Darwin De Vries of Wall Lake, Iowa. Groomsman was Mr. Brian Hellenga of Orange City. All men wore Edwardian dinner jackets and slacks and black ties. Mr. Tom Baack of Le Mars and Mr. Gerald De Vries of Orange City served as candlelighters and ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Vande Weerd wore a rust wool knit dress. Mrs. De Vries wore an orange knit dress and both mothers wore yellow cyrnbidium corsages. A reception for 175 guests followed in the church parlors. Dr. Jerome De Jong presided. Sitting at the Guest Book was Mrs. Cliff Brunsting. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bulthuis served punch. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Peter D. Jeltema and Mrs. Cleo Te Slaa. Gift receivers were Gay- Ion and Kevin Te Slaa. Host and Hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hofmeyer. The four tiered weddingcakewhich was decorated with blue and white frosting with the base and top decorated with Smilex and pink mums was cut by Mrs. Ray Wierda and Mrs. Don Freriks. Displaying the gifts were Mrs. John Schuller, Mrs. Art Kleinhesslink and Miss Lisa Van Roekel. Both Mr. and Mrs.DeVries are graduates of Floyd Valley High School and are now at home on a farm two miles south of Newkirk were Mr. De Vries is engaged in farming with his father. Donna Smit bride of Verlyn Zwart Wedding vows were spoken b V Donna Smit, daughter of M r, and Mrs. Tom Smit of Maurice and Verlyn Zwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zwart of Hawarden on September 2 at the Reformed Church In Maurice with Rev. °*ry Van Koeverlng officiating. Members of the wedding Wrty were Tyanne Smit, sis- ,w of the bride, maid of honor W Merlin Zwart, brother of • «e groom, best man, A reception followed at the OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. AOUWS Roger & Butch ^Prices good thru Sat., Oct. 9 SUPER VALU End Cut ^p ^fe Pork Chops hfl ! A^H^B^^M** ^^F^^F' Phone 4848 Country. ,* '>^ > G& Center Cut Gus Closer Sterling Wieners Ib. 2 Ib. pkg. 19 Pork Chops. . Ib. Oscar Mayer Jubilee Boneless cooked 1/2 Hams 129 Fully Pork Cutlets Ib. I ,79' Plastic Canned Hams for our Annual.. "«u 3 Ib. can Rath Roll Sausage Pillsbury Pillsbury *%t\t. Instant Breakfast - 3v v Betty Crocket- Secret Deodorant King Size Cheer $139 1 Ginger Bread Mix Head and Shoulders ^fcl 17 Shampoo ««. I Throw Pillows - 99* Jonathan Apples u 98 Large Head muter of receivers were Dona *» and Dennis Smit. Mf- Fresh, Crisp California Iceberg Peppers« Red Radishes t 18* ea. Cucumbers ib P K 8 Carrots lb Cabbage Cal Top Sliced Peaches 3 |^P cans Super Valu Mixed Nuts $159 1 Ib. can 100 ct. Anacin Tablets T Kleenex Facial Tissue 4/'l Perch * 55< Tony's *mf*t* PJTTfl Hamburger, Sausage, Reg. / MT rlLLW can. Bacon, Peperoni 99C i i Wells FffLfi Cottage Cheese 5o v Wells Chip Dip ..38* Red Potatoes BY CAYOF \ ' .ft ji A BREAD] ?oib. XUv THE MEAT GROUP A major source of high-quality protein The meat group includes: poultry, fish, eggs, legumes beans, dried peas, soybeans, O" 5TSS S» this group. meat, (dried chick- Protein • everyone needs protein everyday all through life for maintenance and repair of body tissues. . • these people need extra protein: children and teen-agers (for normal growth), pregnant and Isolating women, convalescents. • 1/3 of daily protein intake should coma from high-quality proteins animal sources (meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, cheese). • legumes and nuts provide protein tl- most as good as that from animal sources. . .... ...,_ |hou(d ^ . . . HOME OPERATED . - - HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED THE SIOTK COUNTY CAPITAL, TlW«d»y, OcWW? 7, < A

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