The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 21, 1971 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1971
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Janice Jasper engaged to Gilbert Kamps Sandra Vander Plaats becomes bride of Larry De Groot Wedding vows were exchanged between Miss Sandra Kay Vander Plaats, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Plaats of Sheldon, and Mr. Larry Gene De Groot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornie De Groot of Alton, on Friday, October 1, 1971 at the Sheldon Christian Reformed Church. The Rev. Nickolas Vogelzang officiated In the presence of relatives and friends. The church was decorated with two tall gold candelabras with lavendar and pink baby pom pons and filled with greens on each side of the altar, and two large baskets of lavendar and pink gladidus at the front of the church. Large lavendar and pink satin bows decorated the pews. A large unity candle added to the set- tins. The candles were lit by Harlan and Jerry Vander Plaats, brothers of the bride. The groom proceeded by escorting the mothers to their seats. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, was escorted to the altar by her father to the "Trumpet Tune in D Major" by Purcell. Mrs. Gwen Bousema of Sheldon was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mr. Lloyd Jasper, uncle of the groom, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota as he sang "The Weeding Prayer" pre- ceeding the marriage vows. The ceremony was concluded by the congregation responding by saying the Lord's Prayer in unison. While the couple lit the unity candle, the solist sang "One Hand, One Heart" after which the congregation responded by singing "Now Thank We All Our God." The bride chose a gown of sheer organza styled with a mandariam collar, a sheer neckline and sheer bishop sleeves. The A-line shirt was accented by a detachable chapel train in the back. Chantilly lace adorned the bodice, sleeves and the hemline. Lace applique accented the front of the gown and the train. Her veil was of chantilly lace and pearls with elbow length veil- ing.She carried the same white Bible as-her mother carried at her wedding and it was accented with a cascade of light pink roses. Two detachable pink roses were also placed in he bouquet in which she gave her mother one on the way to the altar and the other to the groom's mother after the ceremony. Miss Linda Woudstra, cousin of the bride, of Hospers was maid of honor. She was attired in a lavendar floor length gown, styled with an empire waistline and a high neckline trimmed with em- broided lace with lavendar velvet ribbon. The long sheer bishop sleeves gathered at the cuffs. Her headpiece was made of a satin bow accented with shoulder length veiling. She carried a colonial bouquet of lavendar carnations. Mrs. Marcia Vander Plaats, sister- in-law of the bride, of Sheldon, and Miss Denise De Groot, sister of the groom, of Alton, served as brides- maids.Their pink gowns and veils were styled indentical to that of the maid of honor. They carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations. Miss Mary Vogelzang, friend of the bride, of Sheldon, served as flower girl. She was dressed in a la- vendar gown indentical to the other attendants with a laven- dar carnation corsage. She also carried a white basket with petals. Mrs. Richard Gruis, friend of the bride, of Sibley was the bride's personal attendant. Mr. Rodney De Groot, brother of the groom, of Alton, served as bestman. Mr. Stan Vander Plaats, brother of the bride, of Sheldon, and Mr. Stan Oordt, friend of the groom, of Orange City served as groomsmen. Master Robert Vander Plaats, brother of the bride, of Sheldon, served as ringbearer. All the men wore black tuxedos in the bridal party with carnation boutonniere, except the groom, who wore a pink rose. Ushers were Mr. Donald Damstra of Vermillion, South Dakota and Mr. Larry Fedders of Sheldon, cousins of the couple. The guests were registered by Mrs. Dennis Stubbe, friend of the bride, of Orange City. Gift receivers were Brian Vander Plaats, brother of the bride, of Sheldon, Arlin De Groot, brother of the groom, of Alton, Rhonda Ennema of Ash ton, and Carla Elbers of Alvord, cousins of the bride. Gift openers were Ellen Vander Plaats of Ocheydon and Sharon Woudstra of Hospers, cousins of the bride, Mrs. Eileen De Groot of Sheldon, cousin of the groom, and Diane Wassenaar of Sheldon, friend of the bride. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Vander Plaats wore an aqua knit dress and the groom's mother wore a brownish gold knit dress. Both wore corsages of pink roses. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church's Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs, Marion Jasper of Orange City are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice, to Gilbert Kamps, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kamps of Bozeman, Montana. Janice is presently teaching at the Calvin Memorial Christian School at St. Catha- tines, Ontario, Canada. Gilbert is a Senior at Dordt College. A summer wedding is being planned. They named 3 BABY Mr. and Boer from on Tuesday , home of Mr. and E. Van Gorp, Sr . Mr. and Mrs. Ear , „ Gorp and family tro* u Vl > video were Sunday afternoon guests Van Dor ''' 01 SE 2 s s Peggy. Mouw. a «h«t. t 'I Iowa StateUniversit ft, 11 ! spent the We ek end SI parental Vernon Mr<s Arthur Blorklund of Marathon. Mr and Mrs. James Corelll of Lakewood, C a If. have a new baby daughter. They have named her Pauline Antoinette She was born in St. Mary's hospital. Long Linda Roghair. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Garrtt N. Roghair of Lakewood, Calif, and Mrs. J. S. Corelll of Arlington, Mass. ?,? ler W Mr. i stein, S: of Carolyn Hoogers inSheldonlastV! evening. ' AN ENGAGING Carol Godeke and Clayton Winterboer announce their engagement. Carol Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Godeke of Hollandale, Minnesota. She is a 1971 graduate of Northwestern College and is presently teaching third grade in the Sheldon Community Schools. Clayton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Winterboer of Everly, Iowa. He is a senior at Northwestern College. The couple is planning a summer wedding. Sharon Roetman engaged to Dennis Den Hartog Mr. and Mrs. Lammert J. Roetman of Hospers are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Dennis Den Hartog, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Den Hartog of Orange City. Sharon is a registered nurse, employed at St. Luke's Medical Center in Sioux City. Dennis is employed in Minneapolis, Minn. No wedding date has been set. local Hem Iocs I News Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mulder and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Muilenburg visited in the Larry Muilenburg home at Springfield, South Dakota on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Vander Pol from Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoogland from Sioux Center were visitors on Wednesday afternoon in the George Vande Kamp, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vande Kamp and children from Rock Valley were last Friday evening visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. Mrs. Ed Van Gelder returned home Monday evening after visiting friends and relatives in the Denver area for 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Dick R. Van Gelder called on Marion Hagens at his home at Newkirk on Sunday afternoon. He had just returned home from the Hospital in Iowa City. public school Miss Ila Woudstra of Hospers, and Mr. Dennis Sikma of Sheldon presided at the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Bud De Groot of Sheldon, were dining room host and hostess. Rev. Edward Blankespoor of Orange City served as master of ceremonies. Mrs, John Brown of Strom Lake, and Mrs. Lloyd Woudstra of Hospers, were in charge of pinning corsages. Mrs. Andy Oordt, Jr. of Orange City, and Mrs. Lloyd Jasper of Sioux Falls, S.D., attended the silver service. Mrs. Courtney Elbers of Alvord, and Mrs. John De Groot of Alton, were cake cutters. Miss Kathy Hengeveld and Miss Joellen Kreykes were head waitresses. Other waitresses were Elaine Bootsma, Judi Burgers, Helen DeVries, Marsha Kreykes, Faye Van Bruggen and Elsie Wissink, For her going away outfit the bride wore a pink street length dress with a corsage of pink roses. The bride, a graduate of Hull Western Christian High, was formerly employed at the Staff Sgt. Barry and Mrs. Meylink from Offut Air Force Base, Bellevue, Nebraska were weekend guests in the Willis Meylink home. Mrs. Albert Sprik returned home last Friday after spending three weeks visiting with relatives and friends in Prairie View, Kansas. She had gone to Kansas with Mrs. Goldie Winchell who had been visiting here in the Paul Winchell home. The Just Another Club met last Tuesday evening at the home of Helen De Jager with Mrs. A. C. Van Citters as co-hostess. Mrs. Leona Postma was a supper guest of Mrs. Dora Kalsbeek on Tuesday evening. Joyce Mieras engaged to Jackson Beattie, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mieras of Orange City announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Kathleen, to Jackson William Beattie, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson William Beattie, Sr. of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Miss Mieras is a graduate of Floyd Valley Community High School and the Omaha School of Practical Nursing in Omaha, Nebraska. She is employed as a Licensed Practical Nurse at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo. Mr. Beattie graduated from Portage Northern High School and is employed at Hunt's Union 76 Service Station in Plainwell, Michigan. A January, 1972 wedding is being planned. Oct. 22 . NO SCHOOL Oct. 25 Mashed potatoes Country fried steaks Carrots Pineapple slice Cookie Sandwiches, milk Oct. 26 Chicken -noodle casserole Wax beans Jello with fruit Sandwiches Milk Oct. 27 Corn-hamburger casserole Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Pear Milk Oct. 28 Mashed potatoes Batter dipped fish Buttered peas Lemon pudding Sandwiches Milk Let's settle our rows as we go along. Our Thanks to God A spiritual renewal is reaching Northwest Iowa. We, as Pastors, want to offer ourselves to the ministry of teaching to individuals or groups concerned. To develop a scriptural maturity is very important. Subjects will be as follows: 1. The Baptism of the Holy Ghost with Bible evidence. 2. Gifts of the Holy Spirit operating in the church. 3. The soon return of Christ for His church. 4. Deliverance by casting out of demons. 5. The occult dangers of hypnotism, witchcraft and astrology. 6. How to deal with Homosexuals. 7. The place of Jesus People and youth in this 20th century revival. The battle of the sexes today - adultry, abortions, and pre-marital sex. The place of fasting and prayer. 8. 9. Call 4620 or contact Rev. A. E. Kleppinger 304 Delaware S.W. Orange City, Iowa 51041 AQUARIUS S32S TO 350 WED RING 175 ' SCANDIA 1400 ALSO ISO TO 111! I Give your one-and-only abeiil fill, brilliant Keepsake Diwitl Ring. Choose from our fine still-1 tion of new styles, and ram I your written guarantee of pti>[ feet quality and permanent ujitj tration. Private Showing Evenings by appointments I Dial 737-4208 VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the bank Orange City Iowa Sheldon Community Memorial Hospital and is now presently employed at the Heritage Nursing Home in Orange City. The groom, a graduate of Unity Christian High, was recently discharged from the U. S. Army, and is now attending Northwest Iowa Vocational School and is employed at Homan Appliance Store in Alton. Following a short wedding trip, the couple are now making their home at 405 Delaware Avenure in Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Te Grotenhuis and family attended the Maurice Reformed Church on Sunday morning and then were dinner and afternoon guests in the L. Dykstra home. Mr. Willis Meylink spent the first part of the week in Des Moines attending an Iowa School of Instruction for Assessors. Some of the office staff also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mouw from Council Bluffs were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bloemendaal. They were Sunday dinner guests in the Vernon Mouw home. Kathy Mouw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mouw will be arriving home on Thursday to spend the weekend in the parental home. She is coming especially to take part in the Menning-Hannel wedding this weekend. Cultural Affairs Committee of Northwestern Presents the L'ABRI ENSEMBLE i of Huemoz, Switzerland in a Concert of Sacred and Classical Music SOPRANO, VIOLIN, PIANO Thurs., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 College Chapel - FREE ALSO: Betty Carlson, writer of devotional books 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 Send 9 Garments Pay for 6 (2-piece suits and 2-piece dresses count as 1 garment) FREE FREE Cleaners & Launderers LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 Pick-up & Delivery Mon. & Thurs. Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers YOUNG FASHION Jeans Pants with Patches Pants withEmbroidery Pants with Cuffs with Pockets with Flares Pants with Buttons Pants with Zipper with Pull on with Colors with Patterns Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants tops All priced from $ 6 oo _ $ 12 oo ...PATSY SLEDD... _0ecco Recording Sfoi ... Plus,.. ERNIE MILLER CHARLIE CARTER TAMES HOLLIE JONES BOYS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM SIOUX CITY, IOWA THURS., OCT. 28-8 P.M. Tickets a! Auditorium Box Office Adults, Adv $3, Door $3.50; Child $1 CAuspices Siou» Oh Elk's lodge) Slacks Tops Tops of Skinny Rib Tops of Multi Colors Tops of Washable Knits Tops of Kooki Patterns Tops of Fashion Collars OftenMon,, Oct. 25 YOUR FAVORIT FASHION CENTiR LADIES APPAREL ORANGE CITY, IOWA phone 737-2212 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 21, 1971 i

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