The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 5
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December 23, 1971

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

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Gerrlt Sneller, who recently underwent hip sugery In the 3t. Joseph hospital sioux City, suffered a set back the past •veek, and remains under care here. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schut and Mr. and Mrs, Al Meen- derlng returned home Monday afternoon from a week end visit with the latter? son, Marlln, a student at the Oral Roberts University at Tulsa, Okla. I Bruce Hofmeyer and Don Jacobson, members of Mrs. Van Maanen's 6th grade at MOC show you what Christmas customs were observed In Old England, brdlng to the legend, each Christmas Eve a yule log was burned and all the wrongs were righted. men Rule Christmas 1885 lure of a beautiful l n a current Chrlst- 1 would seem Inap- » to many. But fem- iauty enjoyed great |ty in Christmas Iring the late 1880's; §1880, children and Iwomen were most Itured. Or, If adult \omen did appear, -te shown as "tenders Inearth," with their "s children or pets, j classic Greek and I'eminine figures were fonvey ideals of f eel- 1 beauty. | of the Royal Acad[ London began the hion for using con- fry women in their bs card illustrations .fone of the earliest of Is designed by W. F. and showed a richly- r young woman asleep |ir, with winged GUI' golden cage. J5, fashion figures of |women were a typl- Iject of Christmas In example is a Louis Sard from the Nor- Itorical Collection, rang, who published j-known early greet- Hs in the U.S., con- la Christmas card lion. The $1,000 first O 69- MAT PAGE 27 APPEALING FAMILY GKOUP IS SUBJECT of the 1885 I ouis Prang Christmas rarcl shown here. Illuslrulion of the mother murks trend of 1880's greetiiin curds, which often pictured utlrau- live young women. This eiinl is from the Noroross Historii-iil Collection. Marty Sneller and Mary Jo spent the week end with grandfather, Paul Farquhar at College Springs. • Mr. and Mrs. Arte De Boom drove to Rock Rapids Sunday ifternoqn to _attend a family gathering held for them at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mulder, In honor of their 52nd wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Mulder were observing their 24th anniversary that same day. Mrs. Gerald Bosch was hostess at an Open House held at her home Wednesday afternoon, honoring Arlene Schul- teman, who Is home from E- thlopla. Mrs. Lloyd Vermeer Is z patient In the Sioux Valley hospital, Sioux Falls, S. D. .... where she submitted to ma'jor | back surgery the early part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Holton and daughter, Christina Marie arrived Wednesday from Big •'* Rapids, Mich., to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Vermeer. Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Sand- bulte from San Mateo, Calif., arrived Saturday to spend the holidays with relatives and friends In the area. Mrs. Peter G. Mouw entertained the members of the class of 1943 of the local public school at her home Thursday afternoon, honoring Arlene Schulteman, who is home on furlough from Ethiopia. Mrs. Wm. Langstraat has returned home from the Sioux Valley hospital, Sioux Falls; S, D., where she had undergone major surgery, Gertrude Rozeboom drov« o Granite Cltv Tuesday to attend an Avon Christmas luncheon and gift exchange held at the Dutch Mill Inn. Lawrence Vande Berg has returned home from the St. Luke hospital, Sioux City where he had been a patient for the past three weeks after tractutlng his foot In a fall while working In Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harskamp and daughters left Friday to spend a two weeks visit with the children, the Don Van Racenswaay family In Chlno, Call., Several of the relatives from this area went to Luverne, Minn, Monday to attend funeral services held for Charlie De Hongh, 73, who passed away very suddenly on Friday while he and his wife were visiting relatives In Rock Valley. He suffered a heart attack. The family formerly lived In this area. Loctl New Nolan Schlebout arrived home from Iowa State University at Ames on Sunday to spend the holidays with hlq parents, the Abe Schle- bout's. Mr. and Mrs. Harv Vander Veen and son were Saturday evening guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nlb- bellnk. Mrs. Henry Krommendykof Sioux Center spent Monday afternoon In the home of Mrs. John Ekdom. Monday evening guests In her home were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Slnkey of Ireton. Mrs. Henry Relnders drovt to George on Tuesday afternoon where she attended the Christmas program at the George Public School. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin De Groot and family from Bridgeport, West Virginia are spending the holidays with relatives In the Orange City and Sioux Center vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Vander Weerd from Connersvllle, Indiana will be spending the Christmas holidays In the Pred Vander Weerd home. Guests In the Wlllard Van Peursem home on Christmas evening will be Mr, Abe Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mouw and family from Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peuse and family, Dr. and Mrs. Duane Peuse from Hol- steln and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nib- bellnk and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Chuck Mulder home at Ire- tlon. Mr. and Mrs. RobertRleck- hoff will be spending Frtdiy and Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. Ron Hamilton at Hartley, celebrating the Christmas holidays. Miss Judy Hook arrived home on Sunday from college In Illinois to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Alvln Hook. Mrs. Olln Relnger was a Friday luncheon guest In the home of Mrs. D. R. Barnard In Hawarden; Later the group attended the Christmas Tea at Momlngslde Manor at Alcester, South Dakota. prize was won by Elihu Vedder, a well-known American artist. The model for his successful illustration was his wife, and the inscription read, in part, "Thy own wish wish I thee in every place." Later Christmas cards depicted women as fashion plates, sportswomen, cyclists and, in general, growing participants in the life of their times. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roelofs returned home Monday from a three weeks visit with their son, Jim and his family in India. Mr. and Mrs. Art Vander Ploeg left for Chicago, 111., Friday to attend the wedding of a son of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Hogan, and from there went on to Minneapolis Minn., to spend the week end with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vande Garde. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vande Brake from Orange City spent Wednesday evening with their laughter and husband,'Mr. and Mrs. John Byl and then left the following day to spend the holiday with their son, Robert, and his family In Escondido, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Droog and children, Mrs. Lyle Klein and Hester Hollaar left for Strasburg, North Dakota Thursday afternoon to attend the funeral services held Friday for Mrs. Droog's father, Gerrit Haak, 78, who passed away after suffering a stroke. ohn Wayne Is joined by Maureen r i down the band of kdnappers holding his grandson I million dollar ransom in Cinema Center Films 1 JAKE" showing Saturday, Dec. 25 through Thurs- iDec. 30 at The Palace Theatre, Alton. Also star]are Richard BOone, Patrick Wayne, and Chris num. in the happy spirit of the holiday that abounds, we Joi|ous Christmas _ i TT|» I thank our UJ I S M CS neighbors and Wends, Roggen & Ford May your Day be merry and light, and may all your Christmases be bright! Best wishes to everyone. Medical Clinic CHRISTMAS Mav the splendor o! that spwial Si reflect in our Hearts to bring Joy anew. Vries Interiors Orange City, Iowa THE FIRST NOEL The radiant Star of Bethlehem shines brightly as ever, symbol of the true meaning of Christmas . . . Our greetings and thanks to all of you. Andringa Barber Shop Hollinga Barber Shop Van Bemmel Barber Shop 'essays we relive the miracle of that first Christmas, we send our sincerest greetings to everyone. For your kind patronage, our thanks. LADIES' "A PPARE.L- ORANGE CITY, IOWA Phone 737-2212 From all the folks at IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE, This season, while you're enjoying the holidays with your family, IPS employees will be manning their bright orange and white trucks as usual. They'll be making sure you have all the power you need. Because all of us at IPS want this to be your merriest Christmas ever. THE SERVICE PEOPLE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, Pecember 23,

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