The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 16, 1971 · Page 5
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December 16, 1971

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

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frieze bHde |s Beltman s. Dores Vrlete Mr. and Mrs. j"of Granvllle an, n arrlage of their 'rls Jean and Den- aturday, Nov. 27 „. In the United ji Church at Alton. I Maze performed ting ceremony be- ir decorated with jelabras filled with |te roses, and a lie music was pro- Js. Joel Boeylnk. [reurwasthesolo- «0ne Hand, One "The Wedding „> entered the . Irted by her father. , a govm of antique brocade with a fit- flapped by a por- , and the skirt a chapel train, er length Illusion \>m a headpiece of s.Herbrldalbou- ited of a cascade [ white roses with ners. neth Korver, manor, Mrs. Jerry Mdesmald, Lisa [lor bridesmaid are lie bride. They wore Imoss green velvet gowns and each ng stem red rose. ! Vrleze, niece of Ivas the flower girl matching floor i's personnal at- Mlss Lucia Lin- Itman was his bro;man. Jerry Belt- of the bride i groomsman. Eric, iephew of the Bride;- 4 earer. All the men ddlng party wore |Korver and Jerry I as ushers. eltman, sister of room, sat at the For her daughters wedding Mrs. Vrleze wore a beige double knit dress with match Ing accessories. Mrs. Beltman wore a green knit dress. A reception for 150 people followed In the church parlors. Mrs. Wayne Nebben of Des Molnes, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. John Hatch of Pierre cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Peter Harmellnk, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Bill Beltman, aunt of the bridegroom, presided at the silver service. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Vrleze of Sioux City served punch. Mrs. Wm. Frerlks baked the wedding cake. A short program was given with Andy Mledema as master of ceremonies. Lucia Lincoln gave a reading "In the Usual Way". She was accompanied by Mrs. Joel Boeylnk on the piano. Gift carriers and openers were Gloria Beltman, Judy Renslnk, Judy Hulsman, Linda Klekevers and Rhonda Vander Pol. The bride chose an orchid double knit dress and black accessories for her going away outfit. After a southern honeymoon, the couple are at home on a farm near Gran- vllle. Doris Mellema engage to Larry Kuipers The engagement of Miss Doris Mellema to Larry Kuipers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Kuipers of Grand Rapids, Mich., has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manders of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Erv Mellema of Apllng- ton, family of the prospective bride. Both are presently enrolled at Northwestern College. The couple are planning a June wedding. Shower held for Karen English Miss Karen English of South Sioux City was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower held Friday even- Ing, December 10 at the Adrian Schalekamp home. A delicious luncheon was served from a beautiful buffet table decorated In the chosen colors of the bride-to-be, red and white. Hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence Bloemendall from Alton and Mrs. Gordon Brink from Maurice. Out of town guests were Mrs. Adolph English and Mrs. Kenneth English both from South Sioux City. Other guests were neighbors relatives and friends of the prospective groom's family, Karen will become the bride of Arlln Schalekamp,' Saturday evening, December 18 at Pioneer Home news the Lutheran Church in South Sioux City. Mrs. Frank Brown called on her father, Mr. Wm. Molr Monday. Mr. BUI Dulstermars visited his brother, Mr. George Dulstermars Friday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kraal and Krlstt visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal Saturday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kraal drove to Newell to visit the Dayton Kraal family. Miss Karen English was also honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Community Hall at Fender, Nebraska, former home of the English's. A dessert luncheon was served from a buffet table also decorated In her chosen colors of red and white. Hostesses were aunts of the bride to be. Guests were 50 relatives and friends of Karen's family. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Schalekamp. Karen received many beautiful gifts at both showers. Mr. Frank De Jong's visitors were Mr, and Mrs, Neal Boterhoek, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Kalsbeek, Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Jong from Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Zylstra and family. Mr. Gary Vande Lune from Washington D.C. visited Ms father, Rev. J, J. Vande Lune Thursday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw called on Mr, Otto Mouw, Mr. Don Mouw from Spencer visited his grandfather, Mr. Abe Van Peursem. Sunday, Mrs. Sarah Van Zee was a supper guest in the Richard Van Zee home in Mld- dleburg. Mr. Gerrlt De Vrles visited in the B. Buffington home in Hawarden Tuesday and the Harold De Vrles home In Hull on Sunday. S9r rfes^ Tfiey named the BABY #Stt Dr. and Mrs. Larry Ver Steeg of Alcester, So. Dakota became the parents of their first child, Angela Gall, on Dec. 14 In the Hawarden Hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs. 54 oz. Grandparents are. Mrs. Sadie Ver Steeg and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jonker, all of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rowenhorst and Mrs. Bertna Jonker are Angela's great-grandparents. A baby girl was born December 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oldenkamp. She weighed 7 Ibs. 13* ofc. and has been named Pamela Joy, Her mother was the former Grace Lockhorst. Gary Vander Lune of Washington, D.C., who has recently been promoted from Lt. Col. to Col., visited with his father, Rev. J.G. Vander Lune at the Pioneer Home last Thursday and also visited in the Nelson De Jong home. Mrs. Herman J. Vander Maten celebrated her birthday on Tuesday. Children came to call at their home on Sun. evening, Tues. afternoon and evening. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. Menu puttie school with ham pickles, Smit to Ee I Mrs. Wm. Smit of andMr. and Mrs. Ee of Saskatoon, an announce the nt of their daughter Darlene and Jan. re missionaries In pier wedding Is being December 16 Creamed potatoes Mixed vegetables Fruit cup Sandwiches Milk December 17 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery cheese Cake or bars Orange juice Milk December 20 Trl-tatters Ham sandwiches Cabbage slaw Peach Cookie Sandwiches Milk December 21 Mashed potatoes with gravy Creamed turkey and dressing Buttered corn Jello Ice cream Sandwiches ' Milk December 22 Wiener on bun Potato chips Apricots Green beans Milk It usually takes another four years to deflate most of the college graduates. is Gifts From Your Kitchen MOUW Bosfed BELTSVILLE Margarine urkey 290 re-Bosted HEN Turkeys Time-Release Formula 4 oz. can Vicks Cough Syrup Formula 44 Turkey Bologna Wells Blue Bunny Assorted Flavors Ice Cream Cake Mix Super Va»u ^,_ Vegetables 5 s. 1 . Brown & Serve Rolls Golden Yellow CHIQUITA Bananas jt Handee Kotex Super ci,rls»™sw«w' !d 200 ft. roll 49t ffl™ or ^^ 6 P ° ck ^ Re9 >toJ Super Strength Wesive $109 I ct, box / $J79 Jonathan Dessert Topping !•***• Cranberry Orange Bread |ttw cranberry opped pecans or touts *~ 1 flour melted cup warm w.ater cup orange jmce 2 tablespoonB grated orange TT7ZL 2 3* Dream Whip * w* j/ J/Z& l/QTTGrie*- Fresh Roasted * fiA Harold „ / .s.vw,.*" 79( Salted in Shell Peanuts W* ttffz Betty Crocker Bwutck* 79* ^^ Flw/ers > 2 » "> t w MB * & & ^^ m * ^m* ^M -* HftOVI6 L • f »^ AT mm M^ff^^m m*. mm ^m> m^m ^^fm"t twfottt Jersey's for toys * UVG flOUfG rlQnr* 7Qr children r ••••'••••••*••»•••• Register for 4 10-lb. Turkeys to be given away Mon.'nite, Dec. 18 Last week's winners of the four turkeys: Harold Klelnhesselink, Mrs. Elmer • •Irs, Kathy McKlnstrey and Mrs. • Geslnk. Get your tickets here for FREE $199 ' 'V"'"*"' " ~ of ' AO A movie Dec. 18 at the Palace Theatre. • UV€ flOUSG r'(MIS 98? 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