The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 6, 1972 · Page 4
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January 6, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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Marvel la Dykstra becomes bride of Larry Landman Marriage vows were exchanged between Marvella Both Dykstra, daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Albert Dykstra of Le Mars, Iowa and Larry Richard Landman, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Landman of Hull, Iowa on December 10, 1971, The ceremony took place at the First Reformed Church in Orange City with the Rev. A. Eissens officiating at the 7:30 p.m. double ring ceremony, The altar was decorated with the bride's chosen colors of red and pink pompoms, two cnndelabras and a decorated Unity Candle. Nuptial music was provided by Myra DB Jong at the organ accompanying Mr. Hubert Schnller the soloist. Selections before the ceremony were "Prelude in C Major", selections during the wedding were "Whiter Thou Goest" and "Wedding Prayer". The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, entered the Church to the strains of the "Bridal Chorus". She looked elegant in a toe length gown of soft velvet trimmed with Venise lace on the high neck, bishop sleeves, hi rise bodice which was also circled with lace and small buttons, and featuring an A-line skirt. She also wore a matching floor length mantilla of silk illusion edged In venlse lace secured to a demi-crown. Her bridal bouquet consisted of a colonial bouquet of red roses and edged with lily of the valley. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Ken Rhods of Rock Valley, friend of the bride. She was attired in a red velvet floor length gown trimmed with white lace, featuring a hi rise bodice. She carried one large football mum and wore two red and two pink pom poms In her hair. Miss Shawn Dykstra, niece of the bride, from Le Mars, was flower girl, attired identical to that of the matron of honor, Candlelighters were Mr. Phillip Landman of Hull, Iowa and Mr. Kevein Broek of Sioux Center. Serving as Best Man was Mr. Paul Landman of Hull, brother of the groom. Ushers were Perry Dykstra and Ken Rhods. Mr. Ryan Vander Maten served as ring bearer. All men In the wedding party wore black tuxedos. The groom and best man wore black dress tuxedos with black satin trim. The bridal party left the church to the tune of "Wedding March", For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Dykstra chose a street length la vender dress with silver trim on the cuffs and collar, Mrs. Landman wore a street length mauve colored dress edged in lace. Both mothers wore corsages of three pink roses. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors for approximately 175 guests. Rev. Alvln Eissens presided as master of ceremonies. Host and hostess were Mr. Roger Tiedeman and Miss Linda Woudstra. Candles de- corated the head table, also red bells with red and pink streamers. Mrs. Cheryl Dykstra presided at the Guest Book. Miss Amy Landmanand Mr. Darrell Grooters poured. Gift displayers were Mrs. Ida Thompson and Mrs. Caroline Horkey, Waitresses were Miss Allyson Dykstra, Miss Emily Dykstra, Miss Donna Den Hartog and Miss Joan Raak. A beautiful four layer wedding cake, decorated with pink and red roses and a spiral ladder of candles, topped with two wedding bells also decorated the head table. The wedding lunch was served by the Monica Society. For her going away outfit, the bride chose to wear her wedding dress. After a trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., the couple will be at home near Doon, Iowa, Mrs. Landman is a graduate of Unity Christian High School and employed-at the Orange City Municipal Hospital. Mr. Landman is a graduate of Boyden- Hull High School and engaged in farming. Marie Bickner engaged to Darwin Koele Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bickner of Klmball, South Dakota announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie to Darwin Koele, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Koele of Orange City. Marie is presently employed with Doyle & Maloney Attorneys of Law of Sioux Falls. Darwim in employed with Getty Abstract & Title Company of Sioux Falls, A spring wedding is being planned by the couple. Honored d) Patty Fisher of Buffalo, New York left Monday after spending a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Fisher. Patty attends college at Iowa Wesleyan. Judith Wilson bride of R. Grevengoed A candlelight ceremony at 7:30 P.M. Sunday was used for the wedding of Miss Judith Lynn Wilson and Robert Wayne Grevengoed at the First Christian Church In Macomb. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson of RR, Table Grove, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grevengoed of Paw Paw. Large baskets of white gladioli, white spider mums and red carnations with candelabra decorated with wreaths of Christmas greens flanked the altar. Candles, red bows and evergreen marked the family pews. Rodney Wilson, brother of the bride, and Dan Farr, both of Table Grove, were candle- lighters. The Rev. Cecil Swindle read the vows. Mrs. Louise Greer of Adair was soloist. She sang "Somewhere" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. •Esther Dodsworth was organist. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Her gown was a ruffled milkmaid pinafore style in chantllace over dacron polyester organza. The neckline and cuffs of the long full sleeves were trimmed with chantilace. A large satin bow added back interest to the full skirt. Her long mantilla veil provided a sweeping train. It was lace trimmed. She carried a sweetheart cascade bouquet of red roses and white carnations centered with a red rose corsage. She also carried a lace handkerchief that belonged to her late Grandmother Hammond. Miss Lynn Worrell of Adair was maid of honor. Brides- matrons were Mrs. Connie Wilson of Macomb, sister-in- law of the bride, and Mrs. Jane Noble of Shirley, sisiter of the bride. The maid of honor was gowned in olivene green. Her peasant type gown featured a bodice of olivene velvet with full sleeves and full gathered skirt of matching crepe. Cuffs of the sleeves were velvet and a velvet tie laced the front of the bodice in crisscross manner, ending in a bow and long streamers. Venice lace of matching color outlined the scooped neckline and bodice. An open crown camelot headpiece was edged in fluted olivene velvet ribbon and was accented by a center bow. It held her blusher veil and longer back veils of illusion. Jill Swanson of Salesburg, niece of the bride, and the bridesmatrons were gowned identical to the honor attendant. The flower girl carried a white lace basket filled with red rose petals. The brides- matrons carried yuletide bouquets of red carnations, star- flowers, holly and white "happy" flowers centered with a white candle and long •white tubular velvet ribbon. Doug Stahl of Smonaunk,Ill, was best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Rick Wilson of Macomb, brother of the bride, and Nick Noble ofShlr- ley, brother-in-law of the bride. Men In the wedding party wore black double breasted tuxedoes timmed in satin with flared trousers and white ruffled shirts with black edging, on the ruffles. Butterfly bow ties and red carnation boutonnieres completed their attire. Mathew Wilson of Barrington was ring bearer. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Wilson wore an ivory nylon lace A-line skimmer with black accessories and a corsage of red carnations, red star-flowers and holly. Mrs. Grevengoed wore a brown knit dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations, red starflowers and holly. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall immediately after the ceremony. The four-tiered cake was decorated with white doves, sugar bells and a miniature bride and groom beneath a flower decorated trellis. White roses, avocado leaves and red holly berries decorated the two bottom tiers. Mrs. Mary Walters of Adair, cousin of the bride's father baked and decorated the cake. Mrs. Genevieve Wilson and Mrs. Lenore Smith, both of Table Grove, aunts of the bride, cut and served the cake. Mrs. Betty Hammond of Galesburg, aunt .of the birde, poured punch and Bea Farr of Table Grove poured coffee. The guest book was attended by Mrs. Paul Wilson of Galesburg, sister-in-law of the bride. Mary Jo Rich of Normal, Kathy Farr, of Jacksonville and Phyllis Rutledge of Ipava had charge of the gifts. The bride is a 1971 graduate of Macomb Senior High School and has been employed as secretary at Adams Discount Store in Macomb. The groom is a 1970 graduate of Sioux Center High of Sioux Center, Iowa, MidwestHorse- shoeing School of Macomb, and owns and trains pacing horses. For their wedding trip to Tantara Lodge, Mo., the bride changed to a one piece knit dress with white top trimmed with black, red and white print featured in the skirt and the Open House will be held for Mr, and Mrs. Tom Smlt Maurice for their 25th anniversary on Monday, January 10, at the Maurice Reformed church at 7:30 p.m. Their chll- dre Tyanne, Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. Verlyn Zwart, Hawarden, Carla, Dale and Bonnie at home will host the Open House. They request no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hubers of Maurice held an Open House for their 25th anniversary on Doc. 27, at the Reformed Church in Maurice. It was hosted by their children, Cheryl Lynn, Lansing, 111., Terry, Maurice, Wlster, Kathy and Leon at home. A short program was given. fee*/ Hem Mrs. Gt. Bronkhorst and children took Mr. WillemHar- selaar to the plane in Sioux Falls, Monday, to return to Lenteran, Holland. He had been visiting in the home of his sister, Mrs, Gt. Bronkhorst. red rose corsage from her bridal bouquet. Upon their return they will reside at 515 N Grumrnon in'Paw Paw. The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner Saturday evening at the Driftwood Supper Club at Swan Lake. The bride was honored at a shower at New Salem Christian Church in Adair on Dec. 4. Mrs. Rick Wilson of Macomb and Mrs. Jane Nobel of Shirley were hostesses. Announces We're now a dealer in KAWAI Pianos Come in and see our beautiful KAWAI consoles and studio models. We have pianos for home, school and church. K) Mr; famllj Mary Westergard engaged to Dale De Goei Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westergard, Ireton, Iowa announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary to Dale De Goal, son of Mr. and Mrs, Art De Goel, Orange City, Iowa. No wedding date has been set. Jean De Jong spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold De Jong. Jean has spent the last three months .interning at the Animal Medical Center in New York City, She accepted a job with the Animal Medical Center as Veterinary Technician and started her job on Jan. 3. Holiday guests in the home" of Dr. and Mrs. Lars Granberg were Mr. and Mrs. Don Joldersma, Ann Arbor, Mich., Miss Karen Granberg of Patterson, New Jersey, Miss Linda Granberg, Wheaton, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Oss and four children of Wheaton, 111., and Mrs. Robert Werge, Gailesville, Fla. Mr. Van Oss is a brother of Mrs. Granberg. Phyllis Rodenburgh engaged to Marian De Haan Mr. and Mrs. Simon Roden- burgh of Hull, Iowa are happy to announce the engagement of the daughter, Phyllis Ro- denburgh to Mr. Harlan De Haan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn De Haan of Orange City, Iowa. Phyllis is a 1971 graduate Of Boyden-Hull and Harlan is a 1969 graduate of M-OC and now is farming with his father. No definite wedding date Is set. Scott Eldrldge returned to Iowa State after visiting at the Maurice Eldridge home for the .holidays. mt* Mr, and Mrs! A V * dink celebrat|*£ anniversary lar*" Dec, 80. Tl—grandchildren lit that evening inij the Dutch Mil were Mr. and Haverdink and Mrs, Eugene family, Mr, a Haverdink an and Mrs. K, Jong and famll. Mrs. R. Van Heu and Mrs. A. Elssena» < Mrs. Harold Haverai and Mrs. Jurton Lankm Mr, and Mrs. Elmer from the Holland, Ml&l area, Mr. and Mrs. WO 1 Korver, Mr. and Mrs. thony Mullenburg, Mrs. nle Slander, Mr. and Mrs Myron Korver. Unable to (i tend was Mrs. Henry Korver. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Simon Korver also called from Washington that evening to offer their congratulations. After a delicious dinner, the children and grandchildren also presented a short program. NOTICE The children of Mrs. Lou C levering will be hosts to an Open House honoring Mrs. Cleveringa on her 80th birthday. It will be held Sat., Jan. 8, at her home In Orange City from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. All her friends, relatives and neighbors are Invited. Local New A surprise birthday party for Mrs. John A. Brink was hosted by Mrs. Arnold De Jong and Jean on Dec. 30, for her 80th birthday. Guests were Mrs. Ike Van Klomnen- berg, Mrs. Bert Vander Brake, Mrs. Dick Vaii Gelder, Mrs. ArieNotebopm,Mrs. Chet Van Peursem, Mrs. Dick Harsma, Mrs. John/IV. Hofmeyer and Mrs. Pe.e Noteboom, sr. / • Mr. and Mrs. C/«rnie Den Hartog returned /tome on Dec. 29, after spelling a week with their daughti' and her husband, Mr. and/Irs. Wayne Kooy and famlw at Galien, Mich, over tm Christmas holidays. The 18th wedding anniversary ofpe Kooys was celebrated. Orrf'nelr way home they visited w$ Mr. and Mrs. Case Koby 8 Lansing, 111. It \ Carefree Stainless Holloware for gifts and entertaining... DECEMBER 26, ill THRU JANUARY 31, 1972 northlaficTis/s stainless For pure, soft, filtered, conditioned water Just ca More than 1400 are enrolled In HEYCULU0ANMAN!;' Your Bible" Join them by enrolling In the FREE nondenomlnatlonal 8-Lesson Home Bible Study Course by mail. For a sample lesson, send your name and address to: "Know Your Bible" Bos 306, sioux Center, la. 51250 "Fight Pollution" Switch to Culligan Water Conditioning and pure soap. 'You don't have to buy it — to try it!" Call 737-2923 KALSBEEK'S in Orange City I New and Used Band Instruments Leblanc, Selmer, Holton, Gemeinhardt, Slingerland, Ludwlg, Bessen, Bruno. • Giannini Guitars listed at $49,95 plus case. Now selling for $49,95 including case. Also Ventura and Harmony guitars. 0 Roth Viol ins and Violas All string accessories. • Music for piano, organ, instruments, voice. Popular and Sacred sheet music. • Records All reasonably priced. Sacred, classical, rock, country western, all-time favorites. ON SPECIAL NOW: $5.98 records priced as low as $3,99 by The Doors, Led Zeppllns , Black Sabbath, Sly and the Family Stone, Santana, John Denver. Also $4,98 records now $3,49: Beach Boys, Lynn Anderson, Van Morrison, A complete line of accessories. • Instrument repair. The Music Manor Herbert Ritsema--Lyle Kline Phone 737-4442 107 3rd St, NE Orange City M MM* »****' Wf»»W«f 4--THE SIOUX COraTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 8, 1972 A. Siuci Bo*l ind Lidli £ I 5.00 B Fondut For In (Sit ol 6)'. C MUi Puh *' ' D. Opin Suvini Duh " E. Roll Tnr , 4 F. Ciltry.Rilnh Tri» , G. Silid Strvini Sil " 3 PIKI Sucir ind Cmm Sit (I Rihth Jim Sirvir' ..... Chip ind Dip ........ Doubli Vtiitibli Dilh . . 2-Tin Buflit Sirw . . . Coviiid Cimtoli .... Silid Bowl 0. Fondu< DM P. Wllir Pilthi Q. 0»il 8 6 PIKI TM ind Co(jfM Sit S Sutlil Sin*r with hill ind TIM Cirvini 9a«id . . . Many other pltm elleblf »t Sale P<ice» VAN GtlDER JEWELRY 2 Doors West of the Bank Orange City, Iowa J '4*"iii nb . January 6. 1972

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