The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 9
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December 23, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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PlOneer HOlne neWS Yesterdays C/ms/mas Comes To Life £fgf/ [ickard I to jeltema [ Mrs. LeRoy Plck- oklngs, S. D, an- angagement of their Ruth Marie to Rodema, son of Mrs, m a and the late leltema, Sr., of Or- No wedding date Ir'esently employed [to and Electric and floyed at Northwest JMrs.HarrySomsen It weekend visiting Hves and friends in Wisconsin. iBoonstra family i party will be held afternoon at the ionstra home. Miss Martha Meyer's \rl- sltors were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer fromPrlmgharandMr. and Mrs. Walter Heusch from Boyden and Mrs. Art Steu- Vens from George. Shower held for LeAnn Huizenga Miss LeAnn Huizenga, who will become the bride of Orval Madden, Tuesday evening, December 28 at the American Reformed Church at Orange City, has been honored at several prenuptlal showers. Hostesses on Dec. 5, at the home of Ward Kepp were Etta Ruth Kepp, 'Mrs. Ken Ogren, Mrs. E.E. Eknes and Mrs. Mike Aalberts. Mrs. Stan De HaanandMrs. Wally Luhrs were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower held at the home of Mrs. Stan De Haan on Dec. 12. On Saturday, Dec. 18, relatives honored the bride-to-be at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Dennis Feenstra. Baby shower for David Cornelder A baby shower was given for David Samuel, son of Cheryl and Hans Cornelder from Holland. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pals and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Pals. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Steven De Vrles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles De Vrles, Mrs. Gt. Peters, Mrs. Andrew De Vrles, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wielenga, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reinders, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters, Mrs. Barbara Pals and family. We would like announce our NEW Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mouw from Council Bluffs visited their grandfather, Mr. Otto Mouw on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Luxenburg from Edgerton called on Mr. Otto Mouw, Mr. Abe Van Peursem, Mr. and Mrs. E. Reinders and Mrs. Al Glesen on Sunday. Mr. Herm Vander Maten visited In the John Kosters home In Sioux Center Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. Gerrtt De Vrles visited the B. Bufflngton'satHaw- arden on Friday and the M. Remes at Cleghorn on Sat. Miss Ann De Lint from the Heritage House and Mrs. Frances Talsma from Sioux City called on Mrs. Blanch Bouwmeester on Monday, Mrs. John Lubbers, Mrs. Wm. Wnstra and Miss Dora Dykstra were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fennema at Alton. Mrs. Alberta Langstraat of Middleburg called on Mrs. Sarah Van Zeo on Monday, Mrs. Ruth Boerhave from Sheldon visited Miss Dora Dykstra last week Monday, Miss Maria Kleinhessellnk from Des Moines called on her grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Hulsman, Sunday. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dykstra from Slbley visited Mrs. Al Giesen. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jake Porter from Inwood called onher. Mr. and Mrs. John Smits from Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smits from Orange City will be Frank De Jong's guests at the home on Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Nlbbellnk are expecting their children, Mr, and Mrs, Tony Ten Gate and family, to spend the holidays visiting with them. Re-creating the traditions of a mid-19th- century Christmas, the Noah Webster House in Greenfield Village is decorated for the holidays just as it was when the Webster family lived there. Boxwood garlands and hanging greens of holly and ivy decorate the Cotswold Cottage in Greenfield Village. This 350 year-old house from England shows visitors one of the earliest forms of Christmas decoration. \ Greenfield Village hostess makes mincemeat tarts in the kitchen on the Stephen Foster Birthplace as a group of visiting children watch intently. This is one of several demonstrations in the Village and Museum that help bring yesterday's Christmas to life for today's visitors. estaurant J01 Highway 75 North Sioux City, Iowa \Latgebeaurifulparty room available IWe have for your eating enjoyment a large choice of NNERS-SANDWICHES [MEMAD-E SOUP & CHILI HOMEMADE PIES also feature our famous >LLY JOHN SANDWICH [(Roast Beef on a French Roll [served with either French Fries tor Potato Salad. . . ) for only '1°° ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Dick Schaap, Dec. 14; Cprnle Rozebop t m, Dec. 14; Jdhn Van HeukeTom, Dec. 1C; Ella Vander Griend, Dec. 18; Gerrit Kosters, Dec. 18; Gerrit Van Beek, Dec. 20 MAURICE Kim Dooyema, Dec. 14 HOSPERS Arnold Vander Wilt, Dec. 15; Ike Woudstra, Dec. 15 GRANVILLE Gregg Degen, Dec. 15 IRETON Mrs. Gary Ten Napel, Dec. 16 ALTON Bernard Hoefer, Dec. 18 DISMISSALS ALTON Brenda Bloemendaal, Dec. 14 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul, Dec. 14; Jerry Bloemendaal, Dec. 14; Mrs. Peter R. Wielenga, Dec. 18; Russ Vander Brake, Dec. 20; Mrs. Dick Shaap, Dec. 20 MAURICE Kim Dooyema, Dec. 15 GRANVILLE Gregg Degen, Dec. 16 IRETON Mrs. Gary Ten Napel and daughter, Dec. 19 HOSPERS Arnold Vander Wilt, Dec. i 20 The simple Christmas traditions of earlier times and the joy and meaning they expressed seem buried now in the recesses of the past, but that spirit of Christmas is alive and well in Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan where it is still remembered and faithfully recreated. Beginning December 11, families visiting this outstanding repository of living American history can share the kind of Christmas their ancestors knew. The warmth and nostalgia of earlier Yuletides abounds in the Village homes appropriately decorated as they might have been by their original famous owners — men like Webster, Edison, Burbank, Ford and the Wright Brothers. These early American buildings, aglow with candles, greenery, festive tables, poinsettia and yule logs, re-create the theme, "A Currier & Ives Christmas." At the picturesque Town Hall on the Village green, visitors are greeted by the tra- Enjoylng dinner together last Wednesday evening at the Auto Dine In honor of the 89th birthday of Mrs. Hattle Van Oort from Hull which will be December 23 were Mr. and Mrs, Henry Van Oort from Doon, Mrs. Charles Aardema and Mr, and Mrsi Peter Van Oort from Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wielenga from Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Grevengoed from Middleburg and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vander Wilt. Guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Netten for Christmas Day will be the Harlan Ernlsse family from Bloomlngton, Minnesota, the Kenneth Netten family from Sioux Falls and the Delmer Netten family from Ver- mllllon. Unable to be present will be the Al Netten family from Tucson, ArizonaandMr. and Mrs. Ron Netten from Greeley, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. James Postma and family from Sanborn were Sunday evening supper guests In the home of Mrs. Leona Postma. Later all attended the Cantata at the Calvary Christltan Reformed Church. After the service, they along with Mr. and Mrs. they along with Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Kalsbeek, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stegink, Mrs. Dora Kalsbeek and Mrs. Genevieve Meyer were guests In the Mrs. Leona Postma home for a Christmas party. ditional aroma of the hot, spiced cider and Christmas cookies served there: In nearby Clinton Inn, the holiday menu and festive decorations re-create Christmas in a hostelry a century ago. The Village is alive with activity. Bread bakes in the hearth of a pioneer cabin, taffy bubbles on the stove of a 19th-century farm kitchen and hammers shape red-hot iron on the anvil in America's oldest operating forge. Adding to the atmosphere, the sound of traditional Christmas music occasionally drifts through the bare trees to mingle with the tinkle of harness bells on the horses pulling old- fashioned sleighs along the snow-crusted streets. Music also fills the Museum where craftsmen are busy recreating that time when not only the luxuries, but also the necessities of life were made by hand. These skilled artisans mold candles, blow glass Christmas ornaments, cast metals, form pottery and make dolls, quilts, hooked rugs and many other • objects in the "[I" :.• . .. ...«. ,-..- «'..i-:,v •). ' "Airs. Don Hakeman and daughters from Sanborn were visitors on Saturday in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stientjes and Kristi from Winston-Salem, North Carolina will be arriving on Friday to spend a week here visiting at the Howard Van Gorp home during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Langerock from Monroe, South Dakota were Monday dinner' guests In the Marvin Vander Wei home. They also called on their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander Wei. time-honored tradition of their arts. Nearby a special display of authentic Currier & Ives holiday prints serves as a backdrop to room settings depicting scenes from some of them. A farm kitchen, a Victorian parlor or a table setting shows the Christmas atmosphere of grandfather's day. Rounding out this Christmas from the past, the Greenfield Village Players present a charming holiday entertainment for the entire family, "Hansel and Gretel." • This warm and humorous adaptation of the classic fairy tale is enlivened by songs and dances from the original Hum- perdinck score. With both matinee and evening performances in the Museum Theater, this lively production perpetuates the tradition of the Christmas offerings of an earlier era. Truly, at Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum, the kind of Christmas everyone would like to remember still lives, transporting visitors to a quieter time, a more meaningful time. ., . : , Dr. and Mrs. S."- Scorza and family will be going to Grand Rapids, Michigan to spend the Christmas holiday with Mrs. Scorza's mother, Mrs. P. Van Setters. ,4s the Star shone on the Babe of Bethlehem, so may the peace and promise of His wondrous message shine brightly on you and yours, this Christmastide, bringing happiness in abundance. Groen Plumbing & Heating ' Orange City « ./ I* / • •«*. B^j " ^^ftm^fJm^ tf^T reemxtfs O [>m all of us pvery one I a » «»y ,*j •offer a -jpi IgWul * he best Way greetings I a sincere ink you I all your tineas. Dutch Oven Bakery Martha Baugh Mantel Hanson 9 Kletnwolterlnk Mr. and Mrs. Tony Huygens Tom Kieler John Jansen Loren Doppenburg Emily Kroon SeSr Wynard Hegeman fls Christmas comes (o you (his year, we warmly wish that it may bring a holy meaning ever deeper, hopes ever brighter, and joyous fa/essings ever richer. F rom the folks at Standard Parts Herm and Grace Oldenkamp Ken Oldenkamp Dean Slders Up hill, down dale we go to spread glad tidings of joy and festivity! It would take ten coaches to hold all the good wishes we have to give our good friends and patrons for a most happy and hearty holiday season and many, many more still to come! SIOUX VETERINARY CLINIC THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 23, 1971-9

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