The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 14, 1971 · Page 6
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October 14, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

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,/** Menu public school ^ MThey named ' IM * the BABY Dissolve soda If set aside and let Add the beaten eggs the ? Add food Dolly Van Meeteren engaged to Allen Jiskoot Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V.in Mentpren of Sheldon mid Mr. and Mrs. William Jiskoot of Alton are happy to announce the engagement of their children, Dolly anrl Allpn. Doth are seniors at Northwestern Collego, A December 28 wedding is being- planner! In- the couple. Shower held for Kathy Bonnecroy Miss K-ithy Pni-iipcroy >vas the guest of honor at :i linen shower held at tho homt> of Mrs. Jack Stands 0,1 September 22. Those fii-vsts present include;! the honoree, Mrs. Bob Bonnerrov and Beth, Mrs. Albert H. M.vndering, Mrs. Jake Bonnocroy, Mrs. nolbwt Popnia, Mrs. H.^nry V,m Klompenberg, Mrs. M-n- nie Krof>ze, Miss I>na Guer- ink. Mrs. John Reinders, Mrs. Orrit Guermk. Mrs. Harold Pennings, M.-s. John Staml'r and Mrs, Dennis Batman. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. William Beltman and Mrs. Carl Pennings. The evening was spent socially after which the bride -to-be opened her many lovely gifts and a delirious Iniffet lunch was served, General meeting held by Hospital Auxiliary Oct. 12 October 15 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrot-celery Cheese slices Pickle slices Apple crisp Orange Juice, milk Oct. 18 Mashed potatoes Wieners Saurkraut Peach half Cookie Sandwiches, milk Oct. 19 Tri-tatters Ham salad sandwiches Corn Apple Milk Oct. 20 Beef stew Lettuce salad Chocolate pudding Jelly Sandwiches Milk Oct. 21 Ground beef and spaghetti Green beans Apple sauce Sandwiches Milk The general nv'?ting of the Hospital Auxiliary was held Oct. 12 at the town hall. Mrs. Scorza, president of the auxiliary presided. Following the auxiliary business meeting: Mrs. Peter Noteboom chairman of the Bazaar discussed plans for the annual Hospital Bizaar to be held DfC. 3 at the town hall. The chairman and co-chairman of earn committee were intro'lucp'l. F.ich committee will <.'iv:ith appreciate your donations. Tho Cnristmas commute is already hard at v. -irk and uree the area worn" n H> use vour artistic abilities in creating centerpieces or an 1 , goo-l id?s you mav have in d.'-rorative or ciit items. While doing your litrjs- cleanin r s we those good us--] saleable articles sinhas children's Irnks. to\s. games, htr.ist'hold items or whatever Tin rn'.". Irive at your house ;ind brinp them to the white elephant booth. A new committee has been appointed this vear named "The N.-W White Mfphant" ro.Tiimtti'''. Tliis committee will lv> contacting all business places in to.v.i and surrounding towns for donations of any new items. They hope to have many bargains lor you at the "New White Eleph.-int" booth. Knitted,crocheted and all needle work items will be very much ap- precitaed in the needlework department. Ladies - now is the time to start working on these items. Everyone has a sweet tooth and no one can resist the candy or baked goods departments. Divinity candy is a favorite hut, every kind is greatly appreciated. Everyone is very excited about the bazaar this year, this being our tenth anniversary and also because we will have the use of both floors of the town hall. Lunch will be served in the basement with two serving lines so there will be no waiting. All the bazaar Items will be sold on the main floor. Circle the date December 3 for the hospital bazaar. WEDDING LICENSES Marriage licenses issued in Sioux County are as follows: Kenneth Dean Meendering, 20, Sioux Center; and Kathleen Jane Bonnecroy, 20, Orange City. Daniel Lee Christensen, 25, Hawarden; and Peggy Ellen Fisher, 18, Hawarden. Leon John Van Egdom, Hawarden; and Mary Alice Vis Rock Valley. Duane Van Zee, 20, Orange City; and Beverly Cleveringa, 20,"Alton. Born to Mr, and Mrs, Hans Cornetder October 13, •i son navid Samuel. Mrs, Cornelder was formerly Cheryl Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters of Orange Cttv. The Considers are presently living'at "HorthenhopV" Bo.s.srliastppg 2, Nijensleek, Drenthe, Netherlands. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tuljn of Sioux Falls, South Dakota •ire the proud parents of a baby boy, James Aaron. He ?Jf7UVr h V<^ ie has a bother! Christopher John to welcome him. A babv boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mario Fedders Oct !i weighing 11 Ibs. 2.', oz. He has been named Mark Allen. His mother Is the former Darlene Jacobsma. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vander Wilt are the parents of a girl, Kitnberly Sue, born Oct. G and weighing 8 Ibs. 4j oz. The mother is the former Vicky Oordt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Michel are the parents of a baby boy, , Craig Allen, born Oct. 7, and weighing 7 Ibs. 12=r oz. His mother is the former Karen Hall. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Budden on Oct 8. He weighed 7 Ibs, and has been named Michael Tho'mas. His mother is the former Mary O>Kane. MILK MADE MAGIC SWEEPSTAKES RECIPES Courtesy of Sioux County Dairy Promotion CAKES AND COOKIES First Prize Winner MOM'S RICH RED CAKE Mrs. Robert Bonnecroy, R. R. 2, Orange Cityflowa 2 tsp. soda 1 cup boiling water -} cup cocoa 2 cups sugar | cup butter 2 eggs (beaten) 1 cup sour milk 1 tsp, vanilla 3 cups flour 2 tsp. red food coloring Best Ever Cake Filling: •i cup butter 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup chopped walnuts 2 Tblsp, cold strong coffee Cream together batter and sugar. Add coffee and walnut meats. Frosting: •| cup brown sugar 1 square chocolate \ cup water 3 Tblsp. butter 1 tsp. vanilla r cup powdered sugar second Prize Winner CHOCOLATE MACAROONS Bonnie Vonk, Ireton, Iowa } cujp soft butter 2 cups sugar 2 tsp, vanilla 2 tsp. baking powder 4 sq. melted unsweetened chocolate 4 eggs 2 cups Hour Combine shortening and chocolate and then cream sugar. Add eggs one at a time; beat well after .Z* Add vanilla. Then add flour that has been •atied wi powder. Chill well. Shape Into balls and roll i! sugar. Do not press the ball down-leave them rlri on a greased cookie sheet 12-15 minutes at Sj Mr. and Mrs. c t the weekend'i, * the sugar. Frosting will harden as It cools. Mrs. Florence R. Mouwen IUU1V ,„ tne tertalned a group of friends Dakota state fit fllnnrtVi 1*1 at T'hlir Qflo \7 ai/ail.. O«l. 1- Ing. took in the August at dinner last"Thursday even- Saturday and "O u Jld|jj football. wlth attended (I on Sunto (oca/ News Mr. and Mrs. John Kalsbeek of Sioux City will be entertaining on Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. William Kalsbeek. Additional guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Kalsbeek, Mr. and Mrs, Art Kalsbeek and Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Stegink. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Pals and daughter left today (Thursday) for a week's vacation to Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, They also plan on visiting Dr, and Mrs. Don Reinders and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Jennie Jansma and Mrs. Arabella Sipma ware Friday noon luncheon guests in tho home of Mrs, Florence R. Mouw. Mr, and Mrs, Norman Boonstra returned home- Tuesday afternoon after a ton day vacation to the Chicago and Wheaton, Illinois area visiting with relatives, then onto Milwaukee where they attended the Mission Festival and stopping in Minneapolis for a few days on the way home, Mr. and Mrs. John Rens from Larchwood were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Johanna Rens. HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you OLD FASHIONE BARGAIN DAY: Thurs., Fri., Sat. and Won. FUN ON MAIN STREET ? —— You bet! Monday afternoon and evening: Free movies . . . Free horse and buggy rides . . . antique car display museum and old country school (7-9) . . . music of'the '20's over the speaker system. Don't miss it! See us for the latest fall fashions: wide-strap slated for school! Smooth, sleek wide-strap bound for school and compliments wherever it goes^! New gently square toe, antiqued perfed wing-tip. FASHION MAGIC JX: change it to your mood ... removable S% Kiltie Look, it's a Sporty Kiltie tie ... look again (after you've removed the Kiltie tongue) and you have a smart oxford for sports wear. New napped leather with'red rubber soles. Mr. and Mrs. William Schalekamp spent the weekend in Stratford visiting with Mrs, Russell Van Marel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Peursem and Ward spent Sunday afternoon visiting In the Harris Van Oort home in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lubbers and Mr, and Mrs. Abe Schlebout received word Sunday evening of the death of little Bradley Engels, 5 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Engels, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Kessel are the grandparents, Mrs. Kessel Is the former Gladys Roos. Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service Center At the Village Hotel 10 a.m. until noon Wed,, Oct. 20 HEAPING AID CENTER 02| Grand Av«. Spencer, low* Pbooe 299,1790 Just arrived! (Illustration from Neodlecraft Magazine, Sept., 191G) _ __^, ^ DYKEMA'S Orange nyroT Dept City's rlllLOl ston 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-plece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) Cleaners & Launderers "LeMars, 108 Central Ave, N.E., 546-4161 pfck-up & Delivery Men, & Thurs. Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Times HAVE changed,, aren't you i^M DYKEMA'S Orange City's FINEST Dept. Phone 73 7-2277 . THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday October 1

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