The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 2, 1971 · Page 5
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December 2, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

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Menu public school SiraWiese nes bride of JDe Graaf •Barbara Wlese, dau- |Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Bese of Orange City [the bride of Allan De Ion of Mrs. Art De forangeCltyonSatur- fober 30, 1971 at 2:00 Ithe Trinity Reformed 1,1th the Rev. Donald Ik officiating at the Ing ceremony. [Barbara Van Reokel | as organist accom- fthe soloist JoLynn Kwaag who sang "For Jnow" and "OneHand, Hrt". The wedding par- led the church to the Sfrom "Sound of Mu- laltar was decorated I baskets of lavendar, Jwhite mums and alsc Candle. \ride, who was given llage by her father, |gown with a fitted bo- i ruffled neckline and jSer sleeves, A band of Ined the empire waist- lalso accented the toe pmllne. She also wore length veil of Illu- sion which fell from a headpiece of lavendar and white carnations. Her bridal bouquet consisted of lavendar carnations. Attending the bride as her maid of honor was her sister, Brenda. She was attired in a. lavendar crepe gown with a fitted bodice and puffed sleeves with embroidered flower trim at the empire waist and on the skirt. She carried a bouquet of lavendar pom poms. Mr. Jim Spradling was best man. Both the groom and the best man wore black tuxedos and blue shirts. A reception for 150 guests followed in the church parlors. Rev. Dave Draewell, uncle of the bride offered prayer and presided. Mr. Steve Lenters sang "The Wedding Song". Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roos were hosts. Bonnie Wiese, sister of the bride sat at the Guest Book. Linda Lee and Alleen Bruyn poured and waitresses were Becky Ver- maat, Barb Ekdom, Judy Van Wyk and Rhonda Van Es. Gifts were displayed by MaryKals- beek, Vicki Vande Berg and Marilyn Bomgaars andDorole Post. December 3 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery Cheese slices Pickles Cake or bars Orange Juice, Milk December 6 Tatter-tot casserole Lettuce salad Pineapple slice Cookie Sandwiches, Milk December 7 Shoe string potatoes Wiener on bun Green beans Jello with fruit Milk December 8 Macron! & cheese Buttered peas Mixed fruit Sandwiches Milk December 9 Stew Cabbage slaw Pumpkin custard Sandwiches Milk ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Rick Vander Berg, Nov. 23 j Kent Hosklns, Nov. 28j Mrs. Peter R. Wlelenga, Nov. 28; Marlon Jasper, Nov. 28 MAURICE Matthew Larsen, Nov. 24; Patricia Mulder, Nov. 26 IRETON Mrs. Roger Broek, Nov. 27 BOYDEN Mrs. August Smit, Nov. 28 ALTON Mrs. Elliott Vande Poppe, Nov. 28 HULL Sophia Sheldon, Nov. 29 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Albert Roos, Nov. 23; Mrs. Gerrit W. Kosters, Nov. 23; Charles Rorex, Nov. 25; Mrs. Rick Vander Berg and son, Nov. 25; Marion Jasper, Nov. 29 IRETON Mrs. Ted De Jong, Nov. 23; Mrs. Peter Elsma, Nov. 27 SIOUX CENTER Mrs. Ken Westra and daughter, Nov. 24 HOSPERS Mrs. Bernard Portz and son, Nov. 24 MAURICE Mrs. Frank Kruld, Nov. 25; Matthew Larsen, Nov. 25; Patricia Mulder, Nov. 27 LEMARS Mrs. Gerald Wurth, Nov. 27 IRETON s HULL Minnie Scholten, Nov. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Carlson from Grove City, Minn, visited at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Berry last Tuesday. The Carlson's had attended the Back- to-the-Blble Banquet in Lincoln on Monday evening. Friday evening a few neighbors had a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander Wei, at the home of Mrs. Tillte Jacobs. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vander Wilt, Mrs. Evadene Klinghagen, Mr. and Mrs. JoeReln- ders, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Harthorn, Mr. and Mrs. John Stander. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth De Jong. On Monday the Vander Wei's moved to the apartment of the C.J. Steglnk home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bomgaars and family from Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Bomgaars and family from Omaha we re Thanksgiving Day and weekend guests In the Arie M. Bomgaars home. "he satisfied customer. Karen Katje engaged to Arlin Klein Mrs. Lou De Haan has left to visit with her son, the John De Haan family in Clinton, for a couple of weeks. Judge and Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout returned last Thursday evening from Puerto Rico where they attended Court and also judicial conferences. Enjoying dinner on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Ada Schuller were the families of Henry Haarsma, JohnShul- ler, Albert Schuller, Hubert Schuller and Chris Rouwen- horst. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Katje of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klein of Alton announce the engagement of their daughter and son, Karen and Arlin. Karen is presently attending NIVS in Sheldon and working at Sav-On Grocery in Orange City. Arlin is working at O' Connor Incorporated in Sheldon. A summer wedding in being planned. .» Mr. Carl Gleysteen from Milwaukee was a guest in the home of his mother, Mrs. • J. C. Gleysteen last weekend. Mr. Leland Wlelenga of Mountain View, California spent the weekend In the Lou Wlelenga home. He left on Monday morning for Munich, Germany where he will spend a week as a representative of Lockheed Aircraft Company. * A farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Pierce De Jager and a welcome for Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sleders, Rusty and Randy was held recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wlchers. Guests were, Mr. and Mrs, Arlin Kuiken, Mr. and Mrs. William Vlietstra, Mr. and Mrs. John Brantsen, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mulder, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fedders. 'Mr. and Mrs. Gene Van Wyk, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Heemstra, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pennings, Mr. and Mrs. John Melles, Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong, Mrs. Ed Cleveringa and Harold De Jager. Games were played and a delicious lunch was served. ,.M.r. and Mrs. Sieders bought the De Jager acreage and the De Jagers moved into Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Krommendyk spent the weekend in Denver in the Sydney Vande Lune home. A joke Is It's well told. never stale If Hospital Bazaar Tomorrow (Fri.) Dec. 3 9 am. to 8 p.m Please the dog, and you please his master. We can help you do both. With jfcjMMu^/mfmyywywwww vwTf^^^~ f \ WG csn riciu yuu uw uvu i. * * »<•< • Cleaning Special 1 F e lco Dog Food 20% discount on cleaning and pressing of garments and household articles, also on. carpet cleaning and feather pillows cleaned with new ticks. (Minimum order $3.00.) Buy 1 special box of dog food for 97<j; -- coupon inside worth $1.00. v Use coupon on purchase of regular j^* 25 Ib. size dog food for $2.75. QWr \ v "• STOP IN NOW Cleaners & Launderers LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E., 546-4161 & Thurs. Pick-up & Delivery Mon AGENTS Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers PElCO UNITED FOR EXPANDED SERVICE TO FARMERS Farmer's Co-op Elevator Orange City—Maurice {•.noq <jort yOUR CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS for gifts of all kinds *TOYS * DECORATIONS FOR THE * GAMES HOME TOWEL SETS •CENTERPIECES ALL SIZES, KINDS and PRQCES * LIVE TREES * ROPING * ORNAMENTS Flowers say: "MERRY CHRISTMASI" POINSETTIAS ' FAMILY CROWN PIN An Engagng Suggestion WRIST WATCHES GIFT WRAP Keepsake & Kaynar * niAMnMD RINGS •DIAMOND RINGS Choose the engagement rings that are guaranteed, registered and protected against loss from the setting for one full year. Come In soon and see our large selection. (Yellow and white gold.) A beautiful pin with a blrthstone for each member of the family, She will cherish it forever. $,gr|.50 For only JVr ' Idents engraved Free Reg. $140. value 1 set Silverware $ 59 95 only $10.00 FAMILY RING - $30.00. $5.00 additional for each genuine stone, except$15.00 additional when diamond is used. 14K white or yellow gold. Ring will take 2 to 7 stones. 0»TEKING''I'C' LEADINCI UDY "I" Tells date and time Trim and tiny with at a glance. 17 jewels, graceful advanced Yellow styling. 21 jewels. Yellow or white. Shock-resistant. g;5 t QQ $55.00 Speidel Watchbands & UP BILLFOLDS *4°°and«p (Name in gold 17 Jewel WATCHES *15 95 All steel case & "P 7 Jewel WATCHES '10 British Sterling Bravura & Grand Marque by Speidel exclusive toiletries for men I MAY WE SUGGEST Earrings $ 1°° Illustrations enlarged to show detail. If you don't know diamonds know your jeweler. Stainless Steel Quality Earrings Cuckoo Clocks Gift Certificates Dresser Sets Pearl Rings Birthstone Rings Bracelet Sets Noritake China Electric Razors Key Protectors Travel Alarms Wedding Rings Chrome Trays, etc. Necklace & Earring Sets Silver Service & Trays 95 [ & UP VAN GELDER JEWELRY K block west of the Bank-Orange City ^rrvj k^rv-^J ^^ v — ^~ KORVER 5 & 10 How well do you know diamonds ? We have a selection of several diamond rings. Guess the size of the stone and the retail prices. The closest guess wins first prize. 1st prize: Ladies or Man*s Elgin Watch 2nd prize: Stainless Steel Service for 8 3rd prize: Wall Clock Jim Korver,

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