The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 9, 1971 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1971
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Mary Hofland becomes bride of Milton Wissink Miss Mary Hofland, daughter of Jim and Jo Hofland of Orange City, Iowa became the bride of Milton Wlsslnk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wissink of Hull, Iowa on Friday evening, November 19, 1971 at the First Christian Reformed Church In Orange City with the Rev. David TerHorst officiating at the double ring ceremony. The couple exchanged their vows before an altar decorated with two tall gold candelabras filled with blue and white mums. The pews were decorated with large royal blue and white bows, and a large unity candle was also added. Appropriate music was provided by Mrs. Don Draayer of Rock Valley at the organ, play- Ing Trumpet Tune In D Major by Purcell. Mr. Roger Smith of Hull, cousin of the groom was soloist. He sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" by Gounad before the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer", by Mallette after the vows were exchanged. For her wedding the bride chose a gown designed by Man! Lee in white velvet. It featured an A-line shllhouette with high collar, adorned with ribboned venise lace and bishop sleeves. Her mantilla veil featured the lace trim identical to the gown giving a total look. Her bridal bouquet consisted of a cascade of blue carnations and white roses. White streamers accented with blue carnations descended from the cascade. Mrs. Ron Schaap from Sioux Center, friend of the bride was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Les Broek from Orange City, friend of the bride and Miss Gloria Wissink of Hull, sister of the groom. All attendants wore floor length gowns of royal blue velvet trimmed with white embroidered lace. They featured puffed sleeves gathering at a long cuff, also trimmed in the lace. Each carried a single long stemmed baby blue mum. The bride's personal attendants were Mrs. Larry Sies- tra from Boyden and Miss Kris Vleiger from Minnesota. Mr. Doyle Wissink, brother of the groom from Hull was best man. Groomsmen were Alvln Wissink, brother of the groom from River Palls, Wisconsin and Chuck Hofland, brother of the blrde from Orange City. All men wore white double breasted dinner jackets with blue shirts and ft blue carnation boutonnlere, Ushers were Peter Hoekstra and Paul Dykstra, friend of the groom from Sioux Center. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Hofland wore a moss green chiffon dress with rhinestone trim and a white orchid corsage with gold throat. Mrs. Wlnsink wore a lavendar and gray knit dress with a white orchid corsage with a pink throat. The bridal party left the church to the tune of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. A reception for 200 persons followed in the church parlors. Mrs. Marlon Schalekamp and Mrs. Marvin Vlieger, aunts of the bride presided at the silver service, Miss Laura Krommendyk of Hull, cousin of the groom was at the Guest Book. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Van Gelder of Orange City were host and hostess. Waitresses were Mrs. Perry Jager, Miss Mona Jasper, Mrs. Gene Van Meeteren, Mrs. Mark Palsma, Mrs. Nolan Vander Broek and Miss Wanda Klaarenbeek, all friends of the bride. Miss Bev De Groot and Mr. Wally Bogeerd from Hull, friends of the couple served punch. Gift carriers were Sandra Van Gelder, Mr. David Vlieger, Mr. KenSmitandMr. Dennis Smit, cousins of the couple. Mrs. John Reinders of Orange City and Miss Agnes Van Gelder of Orange City, aunts of the bride cut the cake. Miss Velda Nyhof presented a musical selection "We've Only Just Begun" at the reception. The couple chose to open their own wedding gifts. The bride left in her wedding gown on their honeymoon trip. They are now at home at 215 Florida Ave. NW in Orange City. The bride, a graduate of Unity Christian High School and the Northwest Iowa Vocational School is employed at Roggen and Ford Accounting Service, the groom a graduate of Boyden-Hull. High School, attended Northwestern College and is bookkeeper at Punt-Cambier Motor Company in Orange City. Rejecting things because they are old-fashioned would rule out the sun, moon, Thanksgiving and Christmas. afce WATCHBANDS Jr. Twist-0-Flex .... $2.95 & up Other Twist-O-Flex ...$4.95 & up Men's Jewelry & up BILLFOLDS (Your name stamped in geld -- FREE) MKUES at SAVINGS! as low as § 17 jewel, shock resistant, X water resistant, life mainspring $ A product of Bulova Caravelle Watches 1095 * UP rm $150 The engagement ring with the perfect center diamond. Remember, the name Keepsake in the ring and on the tag is your assurance of fine quality and lasting satisfaction. Rmp rnUltril dtlnl. Tr.d«-NUfti Rrr See our selection before you buy Necklace Pendants Large seiectlon $ l 00 to CHARM BRACELETS $ ! 95 *up Wall Clocks Large Selection Speidel IDENTS M 95 Engraved FREE & up Bulova--Caravelle--Elgin-- Wyler Watches-Watches-Watches From '1095 to *235°° —MAY WE SUGGEST. Stainless Steel Quality Earrings Cuckoo Clocks Gift Certificates Men's Rings Dresser Sets Diamond Necklaces Pearl Rings Birthstone Rings Bracelet Sets Barometers Noritake China Electric Razors Jewelry Chests Key Protectors Travel Alarms Wedding Rings Chrome Trays, etc. Necklace & Earring Sets Silverware Imported India Brass VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the Bank Orange City A summer wedding is beingplannedby Allyson Dykstra and Dan Te Grotenhuts. The parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Dykstra of Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Te Grotenhuls of Orange City. Allyson Is employed at K-Products and Dan is a Senior at Northwestern College. Local Newt Mrs. Marvin De Jong entertained at a birthday party honoring Mrs. Albert Sprlkon Monday afternoon. Those guests present were Mrs. Richard Oordt, Mrs. Joe Calsbeek, Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema, Mrs. Nanning Vegter and Mrs. J. Hoonhorst. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, (former Donna Plender) have moved to Spencer, Iowa from Hastings, Nebraska. Mr. Crawford is employed at the Brown Shoe Store there. Two hundred seventy three people had their blood typed at the Hospital BUM, held last Friday. Kathy Ogren takes a sample of blood from Mrs, Clara PiaS Alton. 8W " Mr. and Mrs. John Schuller of Sioux Center wef e Wednesday morning guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wabeke. Mr. Hans Schuurman of Denver, Colorado was a caller last Saturday morning in the home of Conrad and Bertha Vos. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanden Bosch and Mrs. Roelena Vander Vegte of Rock Valley were guests last Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Grouw. Weekend guests In the home of Peter Zwaagerman for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwaagerman and family from Kelley, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zwaagerman and family from Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zwaag- erman and Mark from Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Otterloo and fam Valley and Mr. i Wobbema and Sioux Center wei per guests in „ Wobbema home. ,„, Vkl Otterloo's had 0 IS| pecially to see Mrs! * Smltwhotsl Ruth Vcrnde Berg engaged to Jay Lugtogt Mr. Ralph R. Vande Berg of Sioux Center, announces the engagement of his daughter, Ruth Elaine, to Mr. Jay Allen Lugtogt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyftogt, Hospers, Iowa. Ruth is a student at Northwest Iowa Vocational School and a part time employee at the Alton Democrat. Jay is a' sophomore at Northwestern College. A summer wedding is being planned. Open House for 25th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Bierma of Sioux Center will hold Open House for their 25th an- , : . niversary on Tuesday, Dec. . 21. It will be held at the Pel- f lowship Hall at the Central ' Reform Church from 7:30 until 9:30 p.m. A short program will be held at 8:00 p.m. All friends and relatives are Invited. The Open House will be hosted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Don (Donna) Ver Hoef of Sibley, Ruth and Janet. The couple request no gifts. Open House for 40th anniversary On Friday, December 17, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mars will hold an open house for their parents in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. It will be held in the basement of the ire- ton First Christian Reformed Church from 7s30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited. i?|f They named the BABY Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Pelt of Des Moines became the proud parents of a daughter, Krlstie Marie, on Dec. 4th. She weighed in at 8 Ibs. 4 oz. and her mother Is the former Frankey Enderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt of Orange City are the paternal grandparents. Jean Hellce is the newest addition to the Howard Anderson home in Altamont, N.Y.She was born on November 22 and weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz. Her mother Is the former Jean Miller. i Cleaning Special 20% discount on cleaning andpress- ing of garments and household art-;' ides, also on, carpet cleaning and feather pillows cleaned with new ticks. (Minimum order $3.00.) Cleaners 4 Laundereiil -—W • LeMars, 108 Central Ave. N.E,, 546-4111J Pick-up & Delivery MOD. & Thurs, AGENTS Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT, Wilson-Sinclair Smoked UCH L.ITY BY JANE ASHLEY Diamond Watches* SAVE Pie Right for Holidays A modern Jack Homer Just might pull out a plum (or a prune) when he is served this holiday pie, for there are both prunes and apricots in it. The liquid in which the prunes and apricots were cooked and an accent of lemon juice go into making the glaze for the fruit. It Is thickened with corn starch. Then the cut-up fruit is folded into it and the mixture is cooled and turned into a previously baked pie shell. Twin Fruit Pie Is a delicious holiday treat. Serve with whipped cream. Twin Fruit Pie 1 baked (8-inch) pastry shell J/2 pound (V/4 cups) dried prunes [4 pound (l'/3 cups) dried apricots 1/2 cup sugar 2 tablespoons corn starch 2 teaspoons lemon juice I cup heavy cream (optional) Cook fruits in separate pans according to package directions, prain each, reserving a total of 1 cup liquid. Pit prunes, if necessary. Cut fruits into bite size pieces. In a saucepan, mix together eugar and corn starch. Stir in reserved 1 cup juice and the lemon Juice. Bring to a boll, stirring constantly, and cook until thickened and clear. Add fruit. Cool slightly and pour into baked pastry shell. Whip the cream and serve as an optional topping. Chutk Roost Butch & Roger BOUNTIFUL BARGAINS at SUPERVALU Shank Portion Butt Portion » 59* Center Slices * 89* Good Vllui BrukfHt Link Sausage ..sr39* sSTeate 3 » $ 1°° • BH| ' Ziny BM| . Him > CoriMd B««l 'Qiulity Plui' Sllod Cooked Ham Commodore Pn-Cookid Brwd«" JJB „ t. Out Qltwr Summit Smiuf Halll. Dole •CniM •Chink -riofcrt Pineapple No. 211 cans Dole Pineapple Juice - 38^ Crisco ,, 89^. Kleenex Facial Tissue 3 *••• $ ] 3S- Flour ,,39* Margarine Cold Medal Super Vahi with coupon Super Valu Coffee $J99 3 Ib. can Potatoes 79^ Tangelos 49* Fnsh, fgB of Vilaroin C Grapefruit W69* Vegetables Super Valu Cake Mix .. ...... » ........ • .......... ' - u Mr*. Lloyd D» Oewt. "'•• ^ jWrlll miller, Un. Bob Mlnten •» Wlolonoa. .......... m .„„„„*.....•• V V"' for FREE Get Your tickets here tor ' CNIdren must be accompany parents when they pick UP Wonderlon Panty Hose 2 "• $ 1 79 HOM, OWNED ... HO* OPER»T« - .. HQM* «•»...„«„ 4— THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 9, 1971

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