The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1971
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Kathleen Bonnecroy becomes bride of Kenneth Meendering Wedding vows were exchanged between Miss Kathleen Jane Bonnecroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bonnecroy, and Kenneth Dean Meendering, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Meendering of Sioux Center, on Friday, October 8, 1971, at the Orange City First Reformed Church. Rev. Alvin J. Elssens officiated at the double ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with two gold candlebra filled with blue and white pom poms and greens. An open Bible and unity candle completed the decorations. The candles were lit by the ushers, James Bonnecroy and Robert Meendering, brothers of the bride and groom. The groom then proceeded by escorting the mothers t< their seats. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, was escorted to the altar by her father to the "Trumpet Voluntary in D Major" by Purcell. Miss Myra De Jong of Orange City, friend of the bride, served as organist and accompanied the soloist, Mr. Garlyh Jasper of Sioux Center, cousin of the groom, as he sang an original version of "For All We Know" and "The Wedding Prayer." The bride wore a gown that was designed by her and made by her mother from satin acetate and Japenese silk. The material was sent from Bahrain, Arabia, by her sister Mary. The toe-length A-line gown featured an Empire waist. The satin bodice was covered with silk and accented 'with a stand-up collar. The puffed, full-length sleeves were accented with satin cuffs and pearl buttons. Her outfit was completed with a matching Illusion veil and a detachable satin chapel train. She carried a bouquet of white carnations with blue satin ribbon Inserts. Miss Leona Hultlnk of Orange City, friend of the bride, served as maid of honor. She wore a blue toe-length gown styled with an Empire waistline and round neckline. The bodice and short sleeves were covered with white lace and her outfit was competed wltp a blue ribbon choker. Miss Shirley Kostpr of Orange City friend of the bridp served as bridesmaid, Nor gown was styled identically to that or the maid of honor. They carried long sfrmmoct white giant mums with blue streamers. Mrs. Harry Meendering of Stmix Cpntor and Miss Helen of Orange City were thp bridp's personal atten- dpnts. , Mr Harry Meendering of Sioux' Center, brother of the -room .served as best man. Mr nave Huitink of Orange City, cousin of the groom, sprvpd as groomsman. All men in the bridal party wore black business suits withbou- tonnieres of a blue tinted carnation with a white rose bud renter. . , For their children's wedding, Mrs. Bonnecroy chose a blue knit dress and Mrs. Meendering chose a white wool dress. Both wore corsages of blue and white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors, with Rev. Els- sens presiding as master of ceremonies. Miss Beth Bonnecroy sister of the bride presided at the guest book. Gifts were received by Betty Huitink, Dianne Huitink and Robin Huitink, cousins of the groom, and displayed by Mrs. Don Fedders of LeMars.Mrs. Larry Verdoorn of Ashton, cousins of the bride, Mrs. Dave Huitink of Orange City, and Mrs. Jack Oolman of Maurice, cousins of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. John Meendering Jr., of Sioux Center presided at the punch bowl and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fedders of Le Mars served as dining room host and hostess. Serving as coffee pourers were Mrs. Herm Fedders of Orange City, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Clarence Huitink of Orange City, aunt of the groom. Wait- resses were Lorraine Bruxvoort, Gloria Koolma, Joyce Eason, Gloria Vander Berg, Gloria Vander Laan and EII- een Van Meeteren, For her going away outfit, the bride chose a street lengtn white wool dress with a corsage of blue carnations. After a short weeding WP» the couple are at home at 115 Dover Ave. NE, Orange City, where the bride will continue her schooling as a Junior at Northwestern and the groom is employed at Silent Sioux. Sample Ballot For Mayor (Vole For One) ROBERT M. DUNLOP For Treasurer (Vote For One) HERMAN C. MORET For Councilman (Vote For Three) (Four Year Term) rj JAY DE JONG r~j GILLISHAVERDINK DALE HUBERS NELSON MUILENBURG WILLIAM TOLMAN For Park Commissioner (Vote For One) (Six Year Term) JAMES KORVER For Hospital Trustee (Vote For One) (Six Year Term) ROBERT L, RIECKHOFF For Hospital Trustee (Vote for One) (Short Term—Term Expires December, 1973) FORREST HUBERS Shower held for Debra Brunsting On Tuesday evening, October 19, Debra Brunsting was honored at a miscellaneous shower, held at the home of Mrs. Henry G. Vander Zwaag and given by Janice Jans, Connin Van Voorst, and Minerva Hibme. Guests present were Mrs. Ed Tiedemann, Mrs. Wayne Tiedemann, Mrs. Clarence Vander Zwaag, Mrs. Gerrit Vander Zwaag, Mrs. Jake Vander Zwaag, Mrs. Rex Klein, Mrs. Pete Hibme and Minerva, Mrs. Harriet Vander Zwaag, Mrs. Wilbur Van Voorst, Mrs. Pete De Jong, Mrs. Howard Smit, Mrs.Vem Bultje, Mrs. CaseSwets, Mrs. John G. Van Oort, Mrs. Del Swets, Mrs. Vern Noteboom and Glenda, Mrs. Cliff Moss and Virginia, Marvella, and Susan, Mrs. John Kleene, Mrs, Gerald Brunsting and Mrs. Henry Jans and Jan. Following the playing of games and opening of presents, a delicious lunch was served. Pioneer Home news Hendrene Dykstra, Arloa "Muienburg and Mrs. Charles Tillema were dinner guests on Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs.IrwinMuilen- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen attended the ISEA meeting in Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. Ha Woudstra engaged to Dennis Sikma Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woudstra nf Hospers and Mr.-and Mrs. Harold Slkma Of Sheldon are happy to announce the en- gagemont of their children, Ila Woudstra and Dennis Slk- ma. Ila is presently a senior at Le Mars Beauty College and Dennis is employed for Poppetna-Slkma Construction. A June wedding is being planned by the couple. local News Mrs. Ben Vanden Berg accompanied her sisters, Sally, Julia, Margaret and Rose Dyke and Mrs. Margaret Anderson all of Sioux City to Sutherland on Friday where they visited with the James Austin family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Van"der Maten from Hospers were Tuesday afternoon callers In the Herman J. Vander Maten home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Van Citters spent the weekend in Hastings, Nebr. where they visited with Mrs. Van Citter's sister and other relatives. They also attended the Hastings and Doane College football game. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mouw fromCouncl Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw from Sheldon called on Mr, Otto Mouw. Mrs. Arie Dolieslager and Mrs Gordon Bloemendaal from Hospers visited Mrs. Kate Ver Doom, Monday. Mr. Henry Stuit who spent a few days in the hospital, returned on Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Duane Peuse from Holstein, la. called on their grandfather Mr. Abe Van Peursem. Mr. and Mrs. E. Reinders and Mr. A. Van Peursem visited cousins at Edgerton, Minn. Mr. Dick Dulstermars from Alton called on his brother George Duistermars. Mr. Herman Vander Maten spent Sunday at the John Kosters home In Sioux Center. SPECIAL NOTICES A Sioux County Republican Women's Meeting will be held at 1:30 on Wednesday, November 3. Their guest speaker will be Mrs. J. C. Prahl of Sioux City. Mrs. Prahl Is a member of the Citizens Conference on Iowa Courts, and organization Interested in court reform. Dessert will be served and everyone is welcome. Mrs. Johanna Rens was a Larchwood, Iowa visitor on Sunday, visiting with relatives there. Mrs. Bernie Rensink and her daughter from Sheldon were recent guests in the home of Mrs. Ed Rensink. Mr, and Mrs, Rudy Van Pelt from Maurice visited Mrs. Blanche Bouwmeester and together they visited In the Heritage House Friday. Miss Martha Meyer went to Sheldon Sunday afternoon to help Hannas Woelbur celebrate his'birthday. Mrs, Ben Ver Hoef from Bellflower, California and Mrs. Gosllnga from Hospers called on Miss Dora Dykstra and Mrs. Gertrude Westra. Delmar Bergsma, who was on a three day leave from the army, visited his grandmother Mrs. Minnie Huisman. Also Miss Maria Klelnhessellnk from Des Moines. Friday night Mrs. John Lubbers attended a shower for her granddaughter Carol Kletn- wolterink at Sheldon. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. George Heynen . from Mount Ayr, la. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heynen from Hull visited Mrs. Grace Engbers. Local News Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Te Paske from Washington, D.C. spent several days last week visiting in the Henry Te Paske home. They also attended the 10th class reunion of Dr. Te Paske's class in Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University in Ames. Arloa Mutlenburg and Helen De Jager attended the Teacher's Convention in Des Moines last week end and spent the weekend in Chariton visiting in 'the Thompson Ashby home. Oct. 29 of ham Potato chips Carrots, , Cheese slices Cake or bars Orange j U | ce| Nov. 1 Cabbage s i aw Fruit cup - fr "lt, pineapple Cookie Sandwiches : Milk Nov. 2 M Ashed potatoes Meat patty Grepn beans Applpsauce Sandwiches Milk Nov. 3 Goulash Lettuce salad Apple crisp Jelly Sandwiches Milk Nov. 4 Mashed potatoes Polish saugage Corn bread Corn Peach Hit Sandwiches Milk Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Vande Brake returned home Saturday evening after spending the past two weeks visiting with their children in Salt Lake City and Buena Park, California. Sunday evening ift. visitors in the homj Albert Sprlk were) Mrs. Bernard HIM family from Sioux( i •><V ' L '*v 4* ^ r :: «*«r ** 'K.&*:* WELLS' • 3SB SUPER 2 50°lo MORE PROTIEN WITH ADDED VITAMIN C Blue Bunny MULTI-VITAMIN MINERAL SUPER Z WITH ADDED VITAMIN C W HALF GALLON WELLS'BLUE BUNNY D 4—THE SIOUX

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