The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 4, 1971 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1971
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Showers held foe Mary Holland I 1; Miss Mary Hofland was the guest of honor at a surprise miscellaneous shower on Tuesday, October 12, at the home of Marvin Wlsslnk. The evening was spent play- Ing games, The bride-to-be opened her many lovely gifts after which a delicious lunch was served. Those present were Mrs. Glen De Jong, Mrs. Dowle Stnlt, Mrs. Les Harmen,Mrs. August Smlt, Mrs. Arnold Smlt, Mrs. Howard Smlt, Mrs. Bud Kromendyk, Miss Joan Smlt, Miss Laura Kromendyk, . Mrs. Alvln Van Voorst, Mrs. Martin Wlsslnk, Mrs. Art Ten Haken, Mrs. Harlen Ten Haken, Mrs. Jennie Andela, Mrs. Henrietta Dykstra, Mrs. Winnie Vis, Mrs. Johanna Vis, Mrs. Marvin Wlsslnk and Gloria from Hull, Jo Hofland from Orange City, and Mrs. Drtmer Smlt from Ireton. Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Allen Lohr from Minnesota, Mrs. GtonspnJVlsslnk JtromMichl; gan Mrs, Ray Schuer from Alton, Mrs. Harold Wlssink and Mrs. Jim Kersbergen from Illinois and Mrs. Alvln Wls- slnk from Wisconsin, On Saturday afternoon, Oct. 30, Mrs. Gary Van Gelder hosted a luncheon In honor of Mary Hofland. After a delicious luncheon was served, the afternoon was spent socially. Those attending were Mrs. Gary Van Gelder, Mrs. John Relnders, Miss Agnes Van Gelder, and Mrs. Jo Hofland from Orange City, Mrs. Marvin Wlssink and Gloria from Hull, Mrs. Randell Van Gelder from Alton, Mrs. Marlon Schalekamp from Maurice, Mrs. Marvin Vlelgar and Kris from Chandler, Minnesota. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Ken Van Gelder from Ireton, Miss Barb Van Gelder from Illinois and Mrs. John Van Gelder from Orange City. In addition to the many lovely gifts the bride-to-be received a recipe box in which each guest placed her favorite 1 recipes. Miss Henrietta Van Maanen of Prosser, Washington, who- recently returned from a 10 day tour of the Holy Land was a weekend guest In the home of her mother, Mrs. Bert Van Maanen. Additional weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Maanen and family from Council Bluffs. Joining them for dinner on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Van Wechel and family from Newklrk. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Velllnga spent from Sunday to Tuesday in Mason City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Aitel- son. Mr. Velllnga also attended a meeting In Charles City. Mrs. John Wlersma visited In the home of Mrs. Anna Bierma In Sioux Center on Sunday afternoon. She was also a visitor in the Albert Vande Kamp home In Sioux Center. Guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Stoep for Sunday dinner were Mr. Lester Plender and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hlnk and family from Sioux Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Klelnwolterink and family from Sheldon and Bill Moore. This was in honor of the 4th birthday of Jack Vander Stoep. Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst spent the weekend visiting with Miss Helen Van Wechel In Grinnell, Iowa. From there they went to Central College in Pella where they attended Mrs. Rowenhorst's 52nd Homecoming. On Sunday they were dinner guests In the Lawrence Grooters home in Pella. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hamilton, Kyle and Tim from Hartley were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rleckhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roos from Iowa City were weekend visitors In the Allen Roos and Orville Oolman homes. Thank You jy Cleverfnga Jes bride of Van Zee. vows were ex- fbetween Beverly Jean Iga. daughter of Mr. I. Nick J. Cleverlng Iowa, and Duane Van Zee, son of Mr. js. Richard Van Zee Eeburg, Iowa on Oct. [at 7:30 p. m. at the eformed Church with , C. Greving officiate double ring cere- jie altar was decorated : and gold pom poms .elabra. al selections before nony Included "Jesu, ton's Desiring" by "0 Pefect Love," Prayer" and "One i Heart" were sung e ceremony, ride, who was given ,. by her father, _ n fashioned of ivory ice over mist taffeta, fitted bodice was h a Victorian neck- .jng bishop'sleeves. »band of lace defined ... waistline above a A-llne skirt accented length hemline by narrow lace. She ,3 a floor length man- mported illusion which ' d.ln matching lace. J a band of rust pom \ her hair and carried wet of rust and gold »ms trimmed with Roghair, Miss Helen Vanrter Maten and Miss Darlene Menning. A four tiered wedding cake 'decorated with gold and rust r sugar roses adorned the buffet table. Nov. 5 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery, pickles Cheese slices Cake or bars , , Orahge-'fuice- 5 ' • ......--,.. Milk Nov. 8 NO SCHOOL Nov. 9 Tuna-noodle casserole Buttered peas Vanilla pudding with cherry topping Sandwiches Milk j as matron of honor 's. Glenda Jager of friend of the bride. attired in a floor jold gown with bishop empire waistline i with rust velvet rib- i carried a basket of I gold pom poms. The i attendant was Miss ECleveringa, sister of Ide, She wore a gown |l to that of the Matron ling the groom as best i Mr. Ronald Van Zee jjleburg. Groomsman Randall Cleverlng. wore tuxedos with (Dm pom boutlnerres. as ushers and can- jers were Mr. Robert of Middleburg and jster Cleveringa of Al- jer daughter's wedding lleverlng wore a two Ivory and rust suit with |g gloves. Mrs. Van |re a navy dress with gloves. Both mo- 10 had rust pom pom tocorsgaes. Ibrldal party left the I to the tume of Psalm fMarcello. ieptlon followed in the {Parlors, Miss Debra In charge of the 'k. Punch pourers ^ , and Mrs._David PS. Gifts were_dis-~ .' Mr. and Mrsi Brad 'aat, Miss Ronda Katt '• Dave Aalbers, Rev, presided at the re- Mr. and Mrs. John man were host and „ Waitresses were [eter Vande Poppe, Mrs. "'"TUr.. Miss Carol Nov. 10 i Bar-B-Q beans ' Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Apricots Milk Nov. 11 Wiener on bun Shoe string potatoes Mixed fruit Green beans Milk' Shower held for Barb Wiese Miss Barb Wiese was the guest of honor at a surprise Linen showere given on Sat., Oct. 23 by her sisters, Brenda and Bonnie at the Ben Wiese home. Friends of Barb were guests at the brunch. Mrs. Henry Kramer.Sr. was taken out to dinner on Saturday evening by her children on honor of her Wh birthday. Unable to attend but cal. ling to congratulate her were the Chet Faber family from Escondldo, California and toe Stan Siebersma family from Fort Windgate, New Mexico. The Siebersma's also informed her that their son, Bill was home fromVietNam. Mr and Mrs. Arie Van Grouw visited In the home ofMr, and Mrs Kenneth Van Grouw and family In R°« Valley on'Thursday evening. They named fhe BABY Mrs, Jerry Nelson of LeMars became tte ns of a son, Brian Jay, on Oct. 27. He weignea oz. and his mother is the former Beverly An Mrs, Marvin Pottebaum are the par wts of Nov. 1, His mother is the former Annette OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT Wilson-Sinclair Qorn King Canned Hams SLICED TO WOT Loin. Portion Loin, ronion ^_ ^^ Pork Roast 49* GREAT EATING! *. BIG SAVINGS! GOOD VALUE BREAKFAST ,, f Pork Links.. < GOOD VALUe VACUUM SEALED Sliced Bacon I ' i '.rsh Sliced 1 Porktiver 3 8 a?. $100 pkgs 1 ' 59' Spareribs 59* FESTIVAL ALL MEAT SKINLESS Wieners. ............ ....... . FESTIVAL SMOKED ' Braunschweiger -CORN KING ALL MEAT Sliced Bologna ..... . THANKSGIVING SALE MOUW'S Super Coffee 14 oz. bottles 16 oz. cans Hershey Chocolate Syrup t Assorted Flavors tffcim Hi-C Fruit Drinks FLOUR GOLD MEDAL 5 Ib. rapefruit 8 for 59* 39* WITH COUPON Poly Bag Vegetables Check the color circular for more money saving specials nmnra ; Gold Medal \ Flour. ; nuui di'irls ! Limit On* Coupon P«r F9mily[ ! Good only al Mow's Super Valu I > Offer expires Mon,, Nov. 8 V, bags Any$»l*«T«xMuitB« > Plid By Con«jm«r HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATEP . . - HOME OWNED ... HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED ... HOME OPERATE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday,. November 4, 197Jw

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