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November 11, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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rlass at M-OC when the students cut out all Pie^P find m- feathers the turkev Ivgs to Gretchen Vander Laan and Steven .Schuller! Tl/ere ar, JSm* on the turkey and the children find the right answers on the feathers and pin them on. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyen of Orange City, Mrs. Herbert Huisman of Rock Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruger and family of Lake Park were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Arthur Mouw, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W Hofmeyer were Sunday even Ing after church guests at the parental A. H, Van Zee home in Hospers. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Zee. Sunday afternoon guests at the Joe C. Klelnhesselink home ot celebrate the birthdays of Mr. Kleinhessellnk and son Charles were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klelnhes- sellnk and family of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Myrln Klassen and family of Sanborn, Mrs. Will Hofmeyer of Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Scheider, Johr and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kley and Pete, Miss Diane Bruyn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Hofmeyer, Peggy, Rita and Billy, Tom Smith, Mis Shirley Boersma and Mr. Lowell Van Zyl. Sunday evening after church guests at the Earl Vaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Benard Van Heuvelen of rural Hospers. Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Vander Pol home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Todd and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vrieze and Dawn of Sioux City, Mrs. Robert Mouw and Glna and Mr. Conley Van Heuvelen. Friday evening guests at the Peter Van Kley home to belatedly celebrate Mrs. Van Kley's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Melles of Maurice, Mrs. Stella Houstma, Mrs. Bert Menning of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Kley of Sheldon. Mrs. Frank De Graaf and Franklin, Miss Brenda Rensink and Mr. Scott Lammers all attended the wedding of Miss Diane Klelnwolterlnk to Mr. Bill Moore Saturday afternoon at the First Reformed church in Sheldon. Honor roll for F-V announced Newt , 8 Friday evpning the neighbors in N<?wkirk pujoyed a pntluck supper at the Newkirk school lunchroom. It was a welcome party for the Reverend and Mrs. Clarence Van Houkelom. Tammy and Mark and Mrs. Jake Vande Hoef and a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Donselaar. Kenny and Rebecca. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schreur, Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Wiersma, Mr. and Mrs. Gary \Viersrna, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vande Hoef, Mrs. and Mrs. Dave Van Wechel, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Menning, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anker and their families. Mr. and Mrs.Dwane Gutcher, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harmelink, Mrs. Frank De Graaf, Mrs. Wilbert Vande Berg and daughter, Mrs. Guy Van Zyl, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Menning, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonucaars, Scott Adkins and Mrs. Jake Vande Hoef's sister, Mrs. Jake Dekkinga. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schiebout, Mr. and Mrs. Don Adkins, Mr. V" bert Vande Berg. Mrs. J. Vande Hoef purchased the house of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Donselaar, who will be moving to the Presbyterian manse in Hospers while their new home on their farm is boing built. Friday evening guests at the Kenneth Van't Hof home to celebrate the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Van't Hof of Orange City were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Oolman and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oolman and Robert, of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Oolman and Jonathon ofPaul- lina, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Van't Hof and family of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van't Hof. Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Van Gelder, Mr. and Mrs. John Fennema, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wierda were after church guests at the John Koster homo. Mr. Van Gelder and Mrs. Fennema sang a duet, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Wierda. Sunday dinner guests at the Don Adkins home were Mrs. W H. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Adkins of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adkins of drmont, Minn.,Mr.andMrs. ..ke Van Es of Heron Lake, Minn., Colonel and Mrs. Adkins of Fort Sill, Oklahoma and Paul Adkins of Sioux City. Mr. Murray Mormon and Mr. Andy Yipma, students at Northwestern, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Grotenhuis home after attending church services here. Thanksgiving Time Saver Harry Te Grotenhuis has returned to his home in Hospers. Mrs. Stan Da Haan has also returned home from the hospital. Beverly Schiebout is in a Houston, Texas hospital. She is undergoing tests. Her address is; 1402 Beachnut, Houston, Texas T7036. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth De Jong of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol were Sunday evening after church guests at the Aldon Manning home. Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Tensen home for the 4th birthday of their grandson, Galen Van Es, were Mr. and Mrs. John Van Es and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mario Vanden Hull and family. Mrs. Don Pekleder, Bernard, Janet and Jerry of La Grange, 111. were Saturday guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Arthur Mouw. The Floyd Valley high school 1st quarter honor roll- 3.00 and above are: Seniors: Tom Becker, David Craig, Larry Goedhart, Sharon Harmelink, Robert Hoffman, Sharon Hofmeyer, Steve Hofmeyer, Judy Jasper, Arnold Keunen, Emily Kroon, Nancy Oldenkamp, Audrey Roetman, Marvin Schipper, Juanita Van Es, Mark Van Gelder, Robert Van Gelder, Nancy Van Gorp, Mark Van Roekel, Barb Vander Maten, Kathy Vander Ploeg, Janice Von Arb, Jo Ann Willet. Juniors: Lisa Bathen, Doug Becker, Pixie Bloemendaal, Helen Boersma, Lea Braun, Kim Friedrlchsen, Bonnie Goslinga, Daniel Harmelink, Debra Heyman, Rita Hofmeyer, Gwen Jansen,Gary Karssen, Coralie Kletnhes- selink, Wanda Moss, Nolan Palsma, Keith Roghair.Char- lene Schwebach, Robert Stover, Fonda Van Es, Lila Van Es, Lila Vander Wilt, Lynn Von Arb, Marv Thole, Carla Brink. Sophomores: Mirianne Berkenpas, Nlta Bloemendaal, Noreen Haack, Debra Hofmeyer, Chuck Huygens, LeAnn Keunen, Carlois Korver, MelindaKraai.BarbMin- ten, Philip Moss, Gary Schipper, Helen Van Es, Paul Van Roekel, Linda Vander Maten, Rachel Vander Ploeg. Freshmen: Caroline Boender, Donald Boersma, June Hofmeyer, Linda Huisman, AdriHuygens, Laura Katt, Virgil Kleinhes- selink, Kathy Kramer, Mark Lyftogt, Diane Moss, LuAnn Rensink, Karen Roetman, Bonita Schreur, Richard Van Klompenburg, Mary Van Zandbergen, Debbie Vande Berg, Joan Von Arb, ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Brian Wielenga, Nov. 3, Herman De Haan, Nov. 3j Mrs. Peter Vander Wei, Nov. 8 IRETON , David Vander Feen, Nov. 3, Mrs. Ralph Hill, Nov. 4 MAURICE Mrs. JakeP.Hoekstra.Nov. 7 LE MARS Mrs. Gregory Scnllchte, Nov. 7 REMSEN- Mrs. Ernest, Fedders, Nov. 8 GRANVILLE Edward Ahlers, Nov ROCK RAPIDS . Gary Vogel, Nov. 8 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Gerrlt Rozeboom, Nov. 4; Brian Wielenga, Nov. 5; Mrs. Rudy Drost, Nov. 7; Mrs. Lige Mars,Nov.7;Herm De Haan HOSPERS Harry Te Grotenhuis, Nov. 2 ALTON Jerry Bird, Nov. 3; Lester Mars, Nov. 4; Mrs. Marvin Pottebaum & baby, Nov. 5 GEORGE Mrs. Herman Schmidt, Nov. 3 LE MARS Gerrit Zomermaand, Nov. 4 IRETON David Vander Feen, Nov. 4 ' BOYDEN John Vermeer, Nov. 6 MAURICE Mrs. Lawrence Dykstra, Nov. 8 Birthday party for Patty Van Rooyan Patty Van Rooyan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Rooyan celebrated her 7th birthday on Saturday, Nov. 6. Her guests that afternoon were the girls from her 1st grade class at M-OC. They included Charlene Van Maanen, Jackie Vander Wilt, Marcle Te Velde, Laura Hofland, Julie Powell, Irene Halverson, Amy Feenstra and LeAnn Van Otterloo. Unable to attend was JillVan- ' der Stoep. The afternoon was spent playing games, after which a delicious lunch was served by her mother. Coming to help her celebrate that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyan, Mrs. John Kroeze and Miss Dena Gue- rink. Mrs. John Wlersema was a Sunday evening supper^gwwl In the home of Mr. and Mrs, Case Boterhoek in Hospers. She also attended church services with them and later was also a guest in their home along with Mrs. Reuben Gro- , tenhuls, Mrs. Walter ben Har-i tog and Mrs. John Klynsma. I The Boterhoek's showed [ J slides of their trip to Holland this summer. Miss Janice Snip from Bell-; flower, California was a weekend guest in the home of Mrs. J. Cupldo. The Literature Department of the Woman's Club met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Koehn with Mrs. L. Granberg in charge of the program. Mrs. Lena De Kraay arrived home on Wednesday after visiting with her sister on the East Coast. 4 in HOME HEALTH .*/ SUPPLIES > When your medicine chest Is in good shs are prepared to keep your family In fetter Prompt treatment of colds and other seism often brings faster relief. So be wise-Mr? Stock up NOW with FAMILY HEALTH * The VILLAGE DRUG. Congesprin Chewable Cold Tablets CONTA( N ASM Mil' tired Blood? 6ERITOL Liquid or Tablets $2.98 value SO" ' "/ didn't like to ask jor change ]or the parking meter without buying something!" SCOPE $|39 MouthMh and Gargle Super Size $1.00 cash refund with coupon low! Newt Mrs. Henry Van't Hof was a caller on Monday afternoon on the Herman J. Vander Maten home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Klompenberg and family from Sioux City were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Vander Wilt home. Sunday afternoon coffee guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Eshuis were Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Van Roekel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend and family. RY JANE ASHLEY Recall Summer with Raspberry Pie Raspberry pie — rich with the color- and flavor of sun ripened raspberries tarings a summer flavor-••flashback to winter tables. ..-'-...; The pie uses only the juice from the frozen berries leaving the fruit to use as topping for ice cream, cake or pudding. This means that two elegant desserts come from the packages of raspberries. Raspberry Cream Pie 1 baked (9-inch) pastry shell 3 (10-ounce) packages frozen raspberries, thawed y 4 cup sugar 5 tablespoons corn starch 1 cup heavy cream 2 teaspoons sugar |/2 teaspoon vanilla Drain juice from raspberries to yield 2% cups. If necessary, add water. Mix together 14 cup sugar and the corn starch in small saucepan. With a spoon, gradually blend in juice. Stirring constantly, cook over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil and boils 1 minute. Cool and pour filling into pastry shell. Whip cream until soft peaks form when beater is raised. Gradually add 2 teaspoons sugar and the vanilla. Whip until stiff. Garnish pie with dollops " whipped cream on each •• Coricidin at the first sign] of a cold! THE VILLAGE DRUG Save 25£ when you buy 2 Ibs. Folger's Coffee VlAi special price «f • IT with this coupon | Expires Nov. 20,1911 Valuable Coupon De Vilbiss VAPORIZER The Just Another Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Arloa Muilenburg. Mrs. Joe Steensma and Cynthia visited with Henry J.Mul- der at Sioux Center on Sunday afternoon helping him celebrate his 81th birthday. of serving or spread whipped cream over entire top of pie. Refrigerate about 2 hours before serving. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Werven of Sheldon were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Clarence Huygens home and also attended church services with them Sunday evening. "Wrinkles should merely indicate where the smiles have been/' "If the desire to kill and the opportunity to kill came always together, who would escape the gallows?" Choose The Ring Leader The SOU) Biscuit ColVec Ring makes use of two prtvprcpared food products to SUM- preparation time and assure a delicious dessert. Thanksgiving dinner usually takes hours to prepare yet is oS in a Son of that time. Here's a dessert recipe that saves time before dinner so you can spend more time later with guests. This dessert makes use of two pre-prepared ingredients available in most foodstores: refrigerated biscuits and SOLO Pasitry Filing in the 12 ounce tin. Thirteen different nut andIf nut pas ry I Uings are available from SOLO, This reJngerator biscuit coffee ring calls for Almond Filling. Serve it with a dish, of softened whipped butter in the center. As a final touch, add some loLO Almond flavor to the butter. Your guests will be delighted with this unusual dessert and its distinctive character. SOLO And Biscuit Coffee Ring teaspoon grated orange rind cup sugar 13 oz. can "SOLO" Almond filling 1 dozen toasted almonds 1 dozen maraschino cherries 1- 8 oz. can refrigerated biscuits _ 14 cup melted butter Grease a large "ring mold. Arrange toasted almonds and mar: aschfno cherries in the bottom. Cut refrigerated biscmts m haU and dip each in melted butter, then in a mixture of grated nranee rind and sugar. Place half of the biscuits in the bottom of the ring iTld. Spread with % can of "SOLO" Almond filling Place renLmmg biscuits on top. Bake in a moderately ho olen (4oT) 20 to 25 minutes. Invert on a platter while still hot. Let cool and serve. 4-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 11, 1971 Monica Handiwork Sale Won. Nov. 15 Bake Sale —• \Auction~730 p< At the Christian Schoo HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service I Center At the Village Hotel 10 a,m, until noon Wed,, March 17 HEARJNG AID CENTER Donald E, Hoffman 521 Grand Ave. Spencer, Iowa Phone 268-1766 Baby Formula 13 oz. concentrate $ 24 cans 7 95 Vaseline BRAND INTENSIVE CARE' LOTION for dry hands and skin $1,19 value 10 oz, WINTEHSET 1250 TO 679 CAROLINE »35O ALSO FROM ZOO WED. RINQ 73 MAN'8 RIN5 US REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS Keepsake is the leading diamond ring in America today. Mastercrafted in rich 14K gold, permanently registered and protected against diamond loss. VAN GELDER JEWELRY i block west of the bank Orange'City, lows v&ZfififiZZfiiiZfiiSiiiifMliMMMMiHVHV^^^^^^^^^^ g Village Toyland OPEN Mon. ft.*ri. until 9

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