The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 21, 1971 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1971
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•f r /"V^ • < ', >•_ <* • • $J*'> ' '«'•- ,- m^(^. HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa NEWS Mrs. Mary Tlentges callers were Mrs. John Schmidt, Mrs. Clara Plagge, Mrs. Anna Vor- thems, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDonald and children, Kansas City,Kansas;Mr.Carl Hentges, Mrs.Homan,Mr. and Mrs. H. Krogman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krogman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krogman, Alton; Mrs. Ted Joaming Alton, also Mrs. Agnes Wiltgen and Mrs. Alveria H. Mr. Howard Jelger was admitted on Wednesday; his nephew Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Dick Muilenburg of Sibley and their daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Else and son Chad, Pipestone, visited him on Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp accompanied Miss Delores Lund to Sioux Falls Sunday to see Jessie's son-in-law Mr. Ordean Sampson, who is seriously ill in a Sioux Falls hospital. Rev. G. Vanden Berg of Hospers called on Mrs.Hattie Oordt on Monday before his departure toManhatten,Mont. Mrs. Slothouber spent a few days in the hospital. Mrs. Huston Coloon Ann Arbor, Mich., Mrs. George Kloot Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. Joe De Vries Sheldon, were recent visitors of Mrs. Slat- houber. >f women program and played on Tuesday P.M. games Mr. and Mrs. John Van Ei7,enga, Palm Springs, Calif., called on Miss Anna Mullenburg and Miss Rita Schnee on Thursday. Rev. Rubingh, Ireton Christian Reformed Church, had charge of the service on Sunday P.M., Cindy and Mark Ten Napel sang a duet, and Marlow, Valerie and Vern sang special numbers. Mrs. Marvin Ten Napel was the pianist. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kalden- hoven, Sanborn, Iowa, called on their father, Mr. Henry Bos on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Cleveringa observed her 89th birthday on Thursday, her daughter entertained several relatives in her honor in the evening. Mrs. Heemstra is spending a few days in the hospital. their mother Mrs. Gertude Slemonsma on Sunday. Mrs. Albert Slothouber observed her 85th birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Elsma of Ireton called on Mr. Fred Vander Ham on Sunday p.m. They also called on George Twillman. Mrs. John Van Surk- sum from Sheldon, Mrs. Ralph Vande Berg from George and Mrs. Peter Zwagerman met Mrs, Clifford Monson of Storm Lake in Sioux City on Tuesday and spent the day there. The Applied Arts Department of the Woman's Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bob De Haan with Mrs. Roland Slmmelink and Mrs. Arden Van Peursem as co-hostesses. Trade Lee Rens one year old Dr, and Mrs. Kent Rens from Milford entertained on Sunday in honor of their daughter, Trade Lee's first birthday, Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt L. Rens, Dr. and Mrs. Gene Nichols, Lynn and Lori from Sioux Falls and Mrs. Rens parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ploog of Lemmon, South Dakota. The Ploog's remained in their home for a few days' visit. Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel are spending some time at Vogel's Nest at Pine River, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyan attended church services at the Hospers Reformed Church on Sunday evening and later were guests in the Andrew Van Veldhuizen home. Mrs. Peter Blom had the misfortune of falling off a ladder last Thursday and breaking her ankle. She has been hospitalized at the local hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Hilbert Vogel weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Van Iperen. Mr. and Mrs. Arren Boone from St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Punt were Sunday afternoon callers in the Ben Vanden Berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schiebout were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Lawrence TerHorst home at Ireton. Additional guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schiebout from Pella and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Feldman from Clara City, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schiebout from Newkirk. Saturday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou J. Wielenga were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Westra from Ireton and Mr. Clarence Sinkeyfrom Sioux City. Hesselink 3S bride of nnsum 5 Jane Hesselink, Rev. and Mrs. feesselink of Silver Iinnesota became the I Gary Jay Hansum, lir. and Mrs. Adrian lot Stickney, South Da- Iseptember 4 1971 at bride Book. Serving punch were Miss Linda Cooper and Miss Candy Foss, friends of the bride from Worthington, Minn. Coffee pourer was Mrs, Marie Hesselink, aunt of the bride from Muskegon, Mich. Waitresses were Miss Zewditu Tadesse, Miss Gay Christiansen and Miss Paula Swanson. Cake cutters were Mrs. Verna Sprik and Mrs. Kathleen Hesselink, sisters-in-law of the „, "at the Alton Re- I Church. Rev. Harold lie performed the Wceremony assisted Ijohn Helmus ofStick- Inlh Dakota and Rev. juseman of Hawarden. par was decorated in Wine and mint green The wedding cake was three heart shaped cakes on the bottom with two tapering round cakes above. They were decorated in white with gold and green flowers. The couple left on a trip to Lake Okoboji. For her going away outfit the bride Tlarge white candles wore a green flowered maxi- Icandleholders. Three dress with a high neck and Mte banners spelling puffed sleeves. They are now h Hope and Love.also at home in Windom, Minn, the church. These The bride has a B.S. degree ried in during the from Northwestern and has Monal by Bryan Helmus taught high school English for SfvinHelmus of Stickney, two years at Worthington. The groom has a B.S. fromNorth- western and is now teaching at the Windom Middle School where the bride is working part-time also at the Windom Middle School Libarary. nephews of the llhere were also two of orange gladiola. .J Hesselink, brother ride from Farmville, served as the or\ Selections .before the ' were "Prelude and 'A Flat Major" by ,1 "Senate "by G.Tar- j also accompanied the jPhilipHesselink.bro- Ithe bride from Omaha, and Mary Hofland fcge City, violinist. The jstonal Hymn was "The I's One Foundation" and ["Jesu, Joy of Man's ig" by Bach. Ibrlde, who was given friage by her father, floor length gown of overed with lace, fea- |a rounding neckline, i sleeves, with seal- L ; Ithe bottom of the gown. > I at the front waistline :ented the gown. She ire a mantilla veil made [dgedwith lace matching on her dress. Her consisted of white and tangerine Itropicana) in a cascade [Elaine Helmus, sister Bride of Stickney, South I was matron of honor. ire a gold bridal satin Jith rounding neckline, Beeves and a ruffle a[tie skirt hemline. Her | were white carnations |ial style. She also wore fcow headpiece of the sa- llerlal. Bridesmaids liss Mary Whilte of i Michigan and Miss "pof Firth, Nebraska. -v/e gowns indentical Iff the matron of honor i tangerine color. They frrled indentical bou- 1 that of the matron Jelighters were Mr. IHelmus and Mr. Cal- I'mus, nephews of the •from Stickney, South % They were attired in [olr robes, "' as best man was ' Negash from Ethi- Jent at Northwestern Groomsmen were r Kadakalaoth from •Went at Northwestern * °-1 Mr. Leon Sprik •-'«:, South Dakota, All Iwe wedding party were I in mint green dinner with black trousers ' e a white carnation. , we re Keith Geense Janada and Bob Kora- P> India, also students ^western College, j Hesselink and Mrs, I", mothers of the couple l^nge dresses with cor- » white carnations and I roses. Ibrtdai party Jef{ the w the strains of '"(Je Westminster" sVierne. Option for 130 guests pw the church parlors, ^elvers were Rita , Iva n Helmus and te sselink, niece and ' ot the bride, Miss ""Ww, suter of the '" ' l ~ J i at the Guest Carlo Hoogland engaged to Randal Roghair Mr. and Mrs. Raplph T. Hoogland of Ireton announce the engagement of their daughter, Carla Rae, to Randal M. Roghair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Roghair of Hawarden. Miss Hoogland is a junior at Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Nebraska, where she is majoring in General Science. Upon graduation she plans to teach in a Lutheran elementary school. Her fiance is a junior at Wayne State College, Wayne, Nebraska, majoring in business administration. No wedding date has been set. Loul OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. •visa Roger & Butch MOUW'S End Cut Prices good thru Mon., Oct. 25 SUPER UALU Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zwagerman were Sunday evening guests in the Ed Vander Wilt home at Hospers, and also attended church with them. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Vogel from Lyndon, Washington Mr and Mrs. Hem L««? tr "* from Newkirk and Mr. and Mrs Cliff Brink from Hospers Se Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zwagerman. in the home of Mrs afternoon were Mrs. Mieras, Mrs. Mrs, Peter Raak. Mrs. Vern Bomgaars from Grand Rapids, Michigan is visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blom. . Phone 4848 Pork Chops Loin End Cut Jl A A Pork Loin Roast ISr &>• RATH , HICKORY i SMOKED Bacon. - Farm Canned Picnics Rath Cedar Farm 3 Ibs. Rath Hickory Smoked .or Wilson Tender Made 3 Ib. tin | .or vviison icnucr iviuv.c j^k«»«ill Canned Ham $2"! HICKORY SMOKED I RATH ALL MEAT Wieners RATH SKINLESS Link Sausage, RATH BONELESS ^ Daintees 12 oz. ,.P k 88 oz. i° i Juicy, Tender Pork 'Whole Loins THE WAY YOU LIKE 'EM! Have Knife I Slice/.' Vh °'e Loins* os pe * p *rt s .n iv/O 310 ittttt. 3 Old Home Flav-o-rite Assorted Flavors Ice Cream 590 JELLO 2 » 45^ Theme Books i: 49 ? Russet gallon I ^^ • w« • -^ -^ ^ 10~69* NEW CROP FLORIDA |^k« f f SiCI^Nn* • i ••»!»•— -- Crapefruit Raisin Bread Oreo Cookies Peanut Butter loaves 15oz. pkg. Wonder 49« Pull Apart Bread 2 .oaves 79* for Ripe and Fresh CELLO Super Valu Flav-o-rite Mt\f* Chocolate Chips K z 49 V Cranberries^ Golden Yellow Van Camps Pork & Beans tanas boxes Flav-o-rite 10 oz. WHEATIES Ib. ; Genera, Ml |j, J^^^^ Jonatnan 12 oz. pkg. with coupon < iWheaties 29 I Limit One CfiUfifinPfi£ family I Good only at Mouw's Super Valu 3 offer expires Hon., Ocl. 25 ; Any Salas Tax Must Be ^^ ' Paid by Consumer. Apples e ib. bag . . HO M6 ^ . . . HO- THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 21, 1971 .—5

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