The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 5
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1971
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i ••$&> TL I Caramel Apples Dress For Dinner yT/hey named ^••••Mm^H JJ ^^^MSB^^^^Tl^^^^^B the BABY Born to Mr. and Mrs, George Burgers, Sioux Palls, a y girl, Tara Lynn, Mrs. Burgers is the former Judl Haas, daughter of the Frank De Haas's, The baby is the tenth great grandchild of the Tony De Haas's, Mr, and Mrs, Donald Delperdang of Remsen became «*L pr< ? P aren ts of Ricky Paul on Oct. 20. He weighed e Ibs. 4 oz. and his mother is the former Beverly Von Arb, James Bryan Is the newest addition to the Don De VMes family of San Jose, Cal. He was born Oct. 22 and weighed In at 8 Ibs. 7£ oz, His mother Is the former Hutn 'Jacobsma and his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Jo ? De Vrles O f Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobsma of Doon, Mrs. Jennie Jansma and Miss Florence Huffman have returned from their trip to the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Robert De Young from Royal, Iowa were guests on Monday In the Edward De Boer home. Weekend guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rave- stein, Sr. were Leon De Groot, and Jelmer Groenwald, students at Dordt College. The Caramel Apple—a longtime favorite confection of the young and voting ut heart—has been crowned with a delicious cheesy crust, a whipped cream topping, and has emerged as a new dessert treat, the Caramel Apple Dumpling. It is a versatile dessert — as pleasing to your family in the most mundane dish as to your friends, served on a silver platter. The Caramel Apple Dumpling has all of the virtues of the Caramel Apple and the Apple Dumpling, hot is more un-usual than either of these choice American desserts. It combines a variety of textures—the juicy baked apple, a flaky 2 cups flour Vi teaspoon salt % cup Parkay Margarine 1V4 cups (6 ozs.) shredded Cracker Barrel Brand Natural Sharp Cheddar Cheese 4 to 6 tablespoons water pastry crust and creamy caramel to delight the palate of the most experienced dessert connoisseur. The flavor of trie Caramel Apple Dumpling is unique as well. Caramel rather than sugar provides the sweetness, and the crust is enhanced through the use of Natural Sharp Cheddar Cheese. Hearty food, yet sophisticated in appearance, the Caramel Apple Dumpling is a combination of interesting contrasts and unforgettable eating pleasure — compliments of The Kraft Kitchens. r.urnmel Apple Dumplings 28 Kraft Caramels '/4 cup water Vi cup chopped walnuts 6 medium baking apples, peeled, cored l /t cup heavy cream, whipped 6 maraschino cherries Combine flour and salt. Cut in margarine until mixture resembles coarse crumbs; stir in cheese. Sprinkle with water while mixing lightly with a fork; form in ball. Divide into three equal portions. Roll out each on lightly floured surface to 14 x 7-inch rectangle; cut into two 7-inch squares. Melt caramels with water in double boiler or saucepan over low heat; stir until sauce is smooth. Add nuts. Place apple on each pastry square. Fill each center with one tablespoon caramel sauce. Fold pastry corners to centers; pinch together. Bake at 425°, 30 to 35 minutes. Top with remaining caramel sauce, whipped cream and cherries. Makes 6 servings. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Men- nlng and family from Brook- Ings, Sputh Dakota were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Bert Mennlng. They had come especially for the wed- Sunday evening callers In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ravestein, Sr. were Mr. .. . „. . •-• . - . , and Mrs. Bill Veenstra from ?. lng of Vlck y Mennlng and Joe Sioux Center. Hannel on Saturday evening. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. b r a Jans bride of [fford Brunsting . Debra Jans, daughter flr and Mrs. Henry Jans, Branee City, and Clifford Istlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. |d Brunsting, of Hull, ex- fred marriage vows on lay. September 20, 1971 TOO p.m. in the Free Grace Irmed Church of Middle- jv. John Ekema officiated jlouble ring ceremony be- Ithe altar decorated with [candelatiras of red and I mums and blue ribbons. [lly candle completed the > bride, given In mar- J by her father, wore an Jre gown of Imported |sh Galloon lace with iped hem and cuffs. The icoop neckline edged with fie of lace and row of, [s, Tiny satin buttons de- the bodice front, with .niffed sleeves with deep ' The cresent headpiece |lvet leaves, held a floor i-veil of bridal Illusion, with tiny flowers of j lace and finished with fele layer of veiling, fbride carried abouquet 1 and white carnations led with blue~-'ribbons. ,\<J8< Jans, sister of the I was maid of honor. She ) an empire gown with 1 sleeves of red taffeta ihlffon edged with white [She carried a bouquet |cal to the bride. ftman was Roger Brun- brother of the groon. rroom chose to wear his fofficer dress blues. The ian wore a blue sport fers and candle lighters EMarvin Van Bruggen, 1 of the bride, and Den- nsting, cousin of the i bride's mother wore a •knit dress and the Ti's mother woreaathree I suit. Both wore red Jtlon corsages, pen Plantage, cousin of loom, was the organist, le processional she play- Time For Us" and " and "Trumpet l»ry" for the reces- J, JoLynn Vander Zwaag, I.of-the bride, was the \ She sang "One Hand, >art» during the lighting unity candle and"The i Prayer" at the close [ceremony. The bride's personal attendant was Carol De Leeuw, a friend. Mrs. Sharon Boultje, sister of the groom, was guest registrar. Gift dlsplayers were Linda De Smlt, friend of the bride, and Minerva Hlbme, cousin of the bride. A dinner reception was held at the Holland House In Sioux Center, Iowa following the ceremony. The bride chose as her going away outfit a red pantsult. She wore a blue and white corsage. The bride Is living with her parents and is employed at the Alton Savings Bank and attending NIVS. The groom Is In the U. S. Army Aviation as a warrant officer and Is presently serving In Viet Nam as a Cobra Helicopter pilot. M or re II Smoked Hams Fully cooked-Whole or Half I Robert Bornholdt from lar was a guest on Mon- llhe home of her sister, >y Van Pelt. . 3 Mrs, Martin Vander | and family from Ames jailers on Sunday in the |ol Mr, and Mrs. M. TMaaten, Sr. i |and Mrs, sari Horn 7 from Bpyden and fJe Klaarenbeekfrom 'dg were Tuesday .ueats in the Peter home, MissKla- remained in the home for the re- |rotthe week. [W Mrs, Marlon Mull* i * e re Monday evening 'Wests in the Marvin "Wg home in Lake , Blair Vogel, weekend In Ames state University with lnnf °"- l -in and Scott ' also attended . -Kansas Foot* 1 °n Saturday, entertained 695 Morrell Fully cooked-Whole Smoked Picnics 43* Delores Bailey engaged to John Vellinga Mr and Mrs. Donald E. Bailey of Sioux Falls, South Dakota announce the engag- ment of their daughter, Delores Ann to John Mark Vellinga, son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Vellinga of Sheldon. Delores Is employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. and Is a parttime student at Augustana College. Mark Is also attending Augustana College College In Sioux Falls. A November 27 wedding Is being planned. Andrea Tanner becomes bride of Jerry Van Peursem Miss Andrea Tanner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tanner 3921 Division St. Sioux City and Jerry Van Peursem son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Van Peursem of Alton were married Sept. 25, at 2:00 P.M. at the Bethany Lutheran Church. A reception In the church parlors followed ceremony. The bride was given In marriage by her parents, was escorted down the aisle by her brother, Alan Tanner. She wore a toe length gown designed by her mother and • carried a cascade of blue carnations and white daisies, Attending the bride were Mrs, Christine Smith, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, she wore a royal blue crepe toe length gown. Mrs. Alan Tanner, Miss Bonnie ParkhW, Miss Maureen Heeth were bridesmaids wearing Identical gowns In light blue and Rita Clemens as junior bridesmaid also In light blue ^Dennis Bralnard, best man was assisted by James Buttel, Dennis Kluver and Nolan Vander Broek, All men In the wedding wore black tuxedoes with blue ruffled shirts, Marlin and Mario Van Peur- sem, brothers of the groom served as candle lighters. For her daughters wedding Mrs, Tanner wore a pink Knit dress and Mrs, Van Peursem wore a taupe coat dress, Botn Jdded a corsage of blue car. "S5 a wedding trip tc Colorado and Wyoming, th couple ts at home at 370( WttSt. Lot 145, Sioux City Center Cut Roger & Butch Round Hi Prices good thru Mon., Nov. 1 SUPER VALU Phone 4848 Club Steak $119 &,> : .. | |b. Morreii Skinless AQ(f Franks $r^* Blade Cut or 7-Bone Cut Chuck Steak Oscar Mayer Smokie 12o Links... FS Morrell Pride Sliced Bacon &SPOOKTACULAR:. ..s AV i N G si Super Valu Tomato Campbell's . Tomato ™™ m Soup CltKkers • • Flav-o-rite k Potato ;2- f Chips 10% oz. ^^ ^_ ^i • Super Valu 39"? | Crackers * 29* = 99* 390 Super or Regular Kotex See our big selection of delicious *Trick-or-Treat" items Fresh Green Flav-o-rite CABBAGE 10! Red Potatoes Me«* n ** 5 AOy i/ G i aojr Toilet Tissue 4 ; „„ packs £lf Tomato* 0 c Juice u 9o v 1 Root Beer Jergens Lotion 98* Golden Yellow Extra dry formula 7oz. bottle Caprice Dafy Dawn 8119$ Diapers Hair Conditioner Salted in the shell _ -^ JL Peanuts 49i E OWNED HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED H ° THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, October 28, \

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