The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 2, 1971 · Page 4
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1971
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Delores Jansmn. Michael Shane SSS K^ Linda Hoekstea mother ,s the former Thanksgiving Day dinner guests In the Alvln Nlbblellnk home were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Betten of Carnes, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kropse and boys, Mrs. Elsie Kroese,Mr.Henry Schut and Mrs. Magaret Betten all of Sheldon. Thanksgiving evening guests In the Peter Raak home were Mr. and Mrs. Marion H De Kock, Sr, and Mr.Mar- lon De Kock, Jr. and Mark from Hawarden, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell De Kock and Melanle from Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon De Kock, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold De Jong and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley DeKock and Scott and Brian. Showers held for Sand i Van Es Miss sandl Van Es was the guest of honor at a surprise shower on November 16 at the home of Mrs. Oostra of Hull, Co-hostess was Bonnie Sandbulte, Others present were relatives. She was also the honoree at a grocery shower on Wednesday evening, November 16 at the home of Mrs. Ivan Mullenburg In Orange City with Mrs. Charles Houlton of Ireton as co-hostess. Both ladles are aunts of sandl. Guests In attendance were friends and relatives. Friends also honored her with a miscellaneous shower on Saturday evening, November 20 at the home of Mrs. Brad Langstraat at Alton. Hostesses were Kathy Roenfeld, Teresa Elliott and Jean Dykstra all of Alton. Sandl became the bride of Dave Sandbulte of Rock Valley on Saturday afternoon, November 27, 1971. WEDDING LICENSES Marriage licenses Issued In Sioux County this week are as follows! . Clifford W. Visscher, 24, Denver, Colorado', Donna Rae Hendrtks, 22, Denver, Colora- Terry Hultlnk, 19, Ireton, Iowa; Kathleen Gaul, 20, Hawarden, Iowa» Ronald G. Van Ravenswaay, Ireton, lowaj Wanda Mulder, Ireton, Iowa, Harold Schelllng, 25, Sioux Center, Iowa; Wllhelmlna Klarenbeek, 26, Sioux Center, Iowa. Dinner guests In the John Post home on Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Relnders, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hofmeyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Verdoorn and family, Mrs. Lois Vlsser and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rosters and family. Mr* Herbert Wlelenga spent Thanksgiving day at the Lou Wlelenga home InBoydenjMr. Henry Stult at the Henry L. De Haan home at NewWrkj Mrs. Blanche Bouwmeester was a supper guest In the Ray Van Pelt home and Mrs. John Lubbers at the Mrs.G.Schaap home In Fort Dodge, Tuesday Mr. Gerrlt De Vrles drove to Hawarden to the B. Bufflngton home. Thanksgiving Day guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan were Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr,, Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wol- brlnk of Stlckney, S.D. and Gerard Goedhart, a student at Central College In Pella. Mr. Goedhart was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan from Wednesday to Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Van » mpanle companled Mils Mrs. Gerrlt turned Monday the week-end Alstott family etving together the rei Thanksgiving the home of Sioux , Forrest Hubers ^ » nd Mrs. John K, and Mr. and Mrs, teboom, D. Kleinwolterink becomes bride of Bill Moore Miss Dianne Kleinwol- terink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kleinwolterink of Sheldon, Iowa and Mr. Bill Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Moore of Annlvllle, Kentucky, were united In mar- riagp on Saturday, November 6, at 2 p.m. in the First Reformed Chruch at Sheldon, Iowa. Rev. Harris Verkaik officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony. The altar was decorated with two spiral candelabras entwined with large white mums and bronze pompons. Large bows of fall colors decorated the pews. The unity candle featured a large orange candle surrounded by a fall flower ring with two separate orange candles in wooden holders, designed by the bride. The groom ushered in his parents and the mother of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a gown of white crepe In a silhouette with a modified waist. The bodice was of velvet, fashioned in a bolero effect, outlined with fine Venlse lace. It featured a stand-up collar of Venise lace and full bishop sleeves with velvet Inserts and Venise lace. The Watteau Chapel train was side-buttoned and detachable, edged with Venise lace. The elbow-length veil of Illusion fell from a Juliet headpiece of Venise lace and pearls. The bride carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses, stephonotis, and baby breath, with long white velvet streamers. Miss Janet Kleinwolterink, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a brown chiffon formal pant gown, with a stand-up collar and bodice trimmed with braid. It featured sheer bishop sleeves with braid at the cuff and a waistband of velvet. Her headpiece was of brown velvet. She carried a colonial bouquet of orange carnations and ste- phonotis. Miss Donna Kleinwolterink, sister of the bride, was can- dlellghter. Her gown was of orange crepe with a stand-up collar and bodice trimmed with brown Venise lace. It featured full bishop sleeves with brown Venise lace at the cuff and waistband. Her headpiece was of orange velvet. She wore a brown pompon wrist corsage. Mr. Allen Jlskoot, Alton, Iowa, friend of the groom was the best man. The groom and his attendant wore brown double breasted Edwardians trimmed with black satin. The groom's boutonnlere was a yellow rose. The best man wore a carnation, Mr. Dave Van Meeteran, Sheldon, Iowa, and Mr. Bill Caswell, Orange City, Iowa friends of the groom ushered, Miss Jeanine Brommer, Sioux Center, Iowa, friend of the bride was her personal attendant. The mother of the bride wore a tan knit dress with a matching brown vest and accessories. The groom's mother wore a burnt orange and white knit dress with matching coat and accessories. They both wore white orchid corsages; a gift of the groom. Miss Coranne Peters. Sheldon, was the organist. Miss Connie Van Peursem, Luverne, Minn., sang "The Lord's prayer" while the couple knelt In prayer. The couple pledged their vows to each other and lit the unity candle. After lighting the unity candle, the bride sang, "Whiter Thou Goest" to the groom. The Mu- sic Committee, composed of a group of singers from Northwestern College, sang the benediction, "The Lord Bless You and Keep You", for the recessional. The reception followed the ceremony in the church basement. Miss Vicki Crawford, Sioux City, friend of the bride, was the guest registrar. Gift receivers were Masters Paul and Todd Kleinwolterink, Hull; Master Jack and Miss Jill Vander Stoep, Orange City; and Master Jeff Hink Sioux Falls, So. Dak., all cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Stoep, Orange City, uncle and aunt of the bride were dining room host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burchell, Manchester, Kentucky, sister and brother-in-law of the groom were punch bowl attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hink, Sioux Falls, uncle and aunt of the bride, were cake servers. Mrs. Carl Kleinwolter- ink, Hull, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Luther Thomas, Annville, Kentucky, aunt of the groom poured coffee. Misses Pam Westra, Barb Coles, and Barb Boone, all friends of the bride were waitresses. Gifts were opened and dis- Misses Deborah Thomsen, Marilyn Bomgaars, and Do- role Post. The groom opened the reception with prayer. The couple cut their three tier chocolate wedding cake which was frosted in white, trimmed with orange rose clusters and topped with two white doves. The bride presented each mother with a red rose in a crystal vase. The Music Committee sang "We've Only Just Begun," "For All We Know," and "You'll Never Walk Alone". The bride chose a black and beige two piece crepe pant suit for her going away outfit. She wore a yellow rose coursage, a gift of the groom. The bride is a sophomore, majoring in music at Northwestern College, Orange City. The groom is a senlor.with a double major In business and mathmatics. He is presently an intern at Sheldon High School. The couple Is making their home in the Twilite Trailer Court, Orange City. Local New Miss Lynne Peuse of Boone spent the Thanksgiving Day week-end visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse. Sunday evening visitors In the home of Mr.andMrs.Mer- lyn PlenderwereMr. and Mrs. Gary Mars and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Van Schepen and family both of Hull. Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mrs. Eva Post were Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Haspels from Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Salmon and Duane from Boyden and Mr. and Mrs. John Post. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Raak and Miss Shirley Raak from Vermilllon were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of the Martin Raak family. Dr. and Mrs. Lee J. Marven and family from LeMars, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller from Fallbrook, Cal., and Mike Hollinga along with Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hollinga were guests IntheCarlReink- ing home on Tuesday evening for dinner in observance of the 32nd anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hollinga, SIOUX COUNry CAPITAL, Thursday, December 2, 1971 OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MOM. THRU SAT Friendliest SHOP SIGN MOWS in town and the Prices good Moiv, Dec. 6 SUPER VJALU Savingest too! Phone 4848 BLADE CUT Chuck T Smits Best Skinless franks Pork Shoitlder Roast Pork Cutlets * Ib. OSCAR MAYER Lunch Meats. All Meat Bologna • Cotto Salami All Beef Bologna • Olive Loaf OSCAR MAYER Braunschweiger A QA Sandwich Spread ,w BO, 39c 8 oz. tube- Flav-o-rite POTATO CHIPS 12 oz. box Tuffy's Dog Food 25 Ib. bag $949 Nestles Chocolate Quick 2 Ib. box Magestic Nestle's Choc. Chips 12 oz. Wonderlon Panty Hose OQC Reg. $1.29 %J y ' Van Camp's Grated Tl I Kl A Libby's Tomato Juice $' 46 oz. cans Hull Ice Cream Coke or 7 up 5qt. pail 199 plus bottles • •^M JL R ea < 73(J s|ze P^ona OgV Razor Blades 59< Maraschino Cherries 3 $1 10 oz. ^ I jars | Register for 4 10-lb. Turkeys to be given away Mon. nite, Dec. 6 Winner of Kirby Vacuum Cleaner - Mrs. Bob Vis Get your tickets here for FREE movies Dec. 4, 11 & 18 at the Palace Theatre. Children must be accompanied by their parents when they pick up tickets. Chiquita Fresh Texas Juice Oranges 5lb. bag Bananas Ib. Red Jonqthon 3 Ib, bag Home Grown Bed or White HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . rfoME OPERATIC . . . HOME OWNEQ , . . HOME

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