The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 6, 1972 · Page 5
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January 6, 1972

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

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Utters from friends Hello, Several people commented on your first article and this is a nice way to keep In touch with many of my friends In p,C. Time has been moving rapidly for me, It has been three months now • and I only have three weeks left of the «rst term I've taught here. After that I will be transfered to a school near Sydneywhere school opens again the first of February - during the six weeks holidays I plan to do some traveling and also teach swimming lessons (sounds familiar) at the beach at Woll- onzong, a city 70 miles south of Sydney. Plans in the near future Include a gathering of American teachers near here for an old fashioned Thanksgiving feast this weekend. I trust we will find many reasons to give thanks - even If they are at home. I've been listing the numerous vocabulary words thatl've had to learn for speaking the same language as America, It surely Is difficult to understand at times! ring up - call on the phone T.V. - tele radio - wireless nappies - diapers serviettes - table napkins boot - car trunk petrol - gasoline footpath - sidewalk shops - stores muck around - goof off falrdinkum - honest -really true reckon - Aussies use this like the late nlte westerns - I reckon I'll do this etc. white coffee - most coffee comes with cream holidays - vacation blccles - biscuits & cookies lollies - candy tea - evening meal smokes - cigarettes Yankee - American Pommle - English bloke - fella bird - girl grog - beer, alcohol shout - buy around for the group So you see, these words plus many phrases all lead to much confusion - they also have no qualms about calling the bathroom the toilet (which still rather embarrasses me) Our football Is gridiron while their version Is more like soccer and rugby. I've walked Into shops and not known what the cashiers are saying-later I found they say "Are you right?" Which Is shortened frbm are you alright? a Standard form of greeting is either Good day or How ya goln, mate? Most of the kids look at me when I say "Let's go," or "Come on" - they get a kick out of slang terms like "neat" or "man" or "get with It" - I find myself letting slip with something Innocent and they almost roll off their chairs laughing. -"Bloody" Is a swear word here, but I haven't as yet pinned down It's meaning.I've used It in my health lectures and the kids gasp--oh, well— Aussies also seem ,to have forgotten "please" they'll ask a favor, or order in a cafe 1 and attach "thanks" to the end - really weird! Most say "ta" also means goodby. Sweaters and knit tops are Jumpers while T shirts are skivvies. The students wear tunics as school uniforms. Our tennis shoes are sand shoes and BB shoes are gym boots. By now I'm about scared to open my mouth at times which is something new, huh? Hope all is well at home, hi to everyone. As ever, Willa Meylink loctl Nsm Guests In the home of Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst on New Year's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Arle Vander Stoep, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Koole and family from Sheldon and Mrs. Clarice Fllkkema. Ada Schuller and Prlscllla Jonker have returned home after spending a week visiting in California. New Year's Eve Dinner guests In the home of Miss Anna Scholten were Mrs. Lou Wlelenga, Mrs. Harriet Nichols, Miss Mary Wlelenga and Mrs. Homer De Boer. Christmas weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Albert Sprlk were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tansonlus, Philip and Randall •Irom Prairie View, Kansas. On Christmas Day they along with Mrs. Sprlk, Mr. and Mrs. John Kats and Mrs. Goldle Wlnchell from Prairie View, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wlnchell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Nlbbelink and family from Sioux Center were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprlk in Worthlngton, Minnesota.' Miss Linda Steglnk from Mount Vernon, Washington spent a week visiting in the C. J. Steglnk home over the holidays. The annual Roos-Fonkert family gathering was held oA New Year's Day at the Alton Town Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schle- bout and Denlse returned on Friday after visiting In th« home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis LaBond and family in Ottawa, Canada. Houseguests in the home of Miss Anna Scholten last week were Mr. John Scholten from Madison, Wisconsin and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Scholten from Muskegon, Michigan. They had come especially for the funeral of Lou J. Wlel- enga. Dr. and Mrs. S. Scorza and family have returned after spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Scorza's mother, Mrs. P. Van Setters In Grand Rapids, Michigan. Enroute home they also attended the Northwestern-Central basketball game in Pella on Wednesday evening. and Linda Aberson. They wore empire dresses of ruby red velvet trimmed.In white lace. They wore pillbox hats of the same material trimmed In the white lace. The best man was Mr. David Van Gelder. The groomsmen were Mr. Vernon Van Peursem, Mr. Allen Jlskoot, and Mr. Bill Moore. Mrs. Char VanRoekel and Marcla Flck were personal attendants. Dining room hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- .bur Koolman of Bellflower, California and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eason of Alton, Iowa. Arllnda Westenberg, Bruce Eraser, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wlerda served punch. Grooms Cake was served by Delwyn and Bobby Netjes. George Bonnema was master of ceremonies. Cake was cut by Mrs. Bert Netjes and Mrs. David Palsma. Mrs. Elmer Van Peursem and Mrs. Wllmar Jlskoot poured coffee. Linda Schoon, Joyce Eason, Lavonne Van Peursem and Fran Beukelman displayed gifts. After the wedding the couple went on a honeymoon to Minneapolis after which Connie will finish her last year of college at Northwestern In Orange City, Iowa and Dan will resume his training as an officer In the Air Force at Mather Air Force Base In California. Peursem mes bride of el Aberson marriage vows of Coni van Peursem and Paul Aberson were at the American Re- Church of Luverne, sota at 7:30 P.M. on ber 23, 1971. Parents couple are Mr. and Mrs. s Van Peursem of Lu- Hlnnesota and Mr. and Peter Aberson of Alton, Ic occupied a large part ceremony. The prelude at 7:00 and was played ssDlannBlom, organist, It. Dennis Dillon, harp>y played a mixture of ial Christmas carols .sslcal pieces. Mr. Les and Mr. Dennle Roze- sealed guests during this i, Mr. Paul Palsma us In the grandparents and Is to the organ and harp /"O Come All Ye Faith- mis was followed by the »g of candles by Miss iy Van Peursem, sister bride, and Mr. Eugene 'sem, cousin of the |, from Chandler, Minn. strains of "Sleeper A- 11 of J. S. Bach on the The bridal party pro- lo the "Ode to Joy" from Beethoven's Ninth iy played on the harp. Ide and her father proto the altar as Pur"Trumpet Vountary in i]or" was played by the 1st, The bride looked In a gown of white vel- lanempire bodice, Ian- sleeves with deep cuffs ' with pearl studded lace, Three bands of studded lace trimmed of the dress. The .swept to a full train In venlse lace. Her »as a velvet pill box !d with pearl studded .securing a floor length The long veil was edged ! »rl studded venise lace. ¥aln Donald Jiskoot Alderson, West Virginia ' at the double ring iy, Judy Van Perusem, . . , [ of the bride, sang Joyce Moss engaged tfSwMJSE!! t0 MClrVln HUlSm0n i*I of honor. After the Mr> and Mrs ; Henry C. Moss L h Jr ord>s Prayer" of Hun announce the engage- il , * brlde and her ment of their daughter, Joyce «n , couple knelt< Marcene to Marvin Dale Huis- jwpe lit a unity candle man son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen" bv S r n » B c? Vlth6 J Th ° U ^ Huisman of Maurice. I ty Gay Singer to each j oyce ls presently attending ™, minister pro- st Joseph M ercy School of a benediction. This Nur sing in Sioux City and Mari "TV i ^"H n°, nd **?*' vln Is employed at home. . Vt>'td K™ ?° Weddlng **" "" Urnen" of Peter Lut- ' « by the soloist. The 1 *as presented to the tiSoth The organlst Nah "chSSJ* °fro h m Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bloe> as the party mendaal and famlly We . re ^ She plaved several Years Day dinner guests at the ' 'wm the Ba>oqS MP Clarence W. Cleveringa home '*— ' """"P"- at sloux center. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bomgaars from Middleburg and Carolyn Cleveringa of Sloux Falls. w 8 were Mrs. Ra, , Mrs. Esther They named the BABY Carl Hoon of Clinton, la, announce toe 16 06 * e bOTO ° n Chrlstmas myf 'borti to Mr. and Mrs. Brad Van Rooyen. sa < W and weighed 8 Ibs. 9 oz, and has been . •* c < s sa < . , to. «ai u !S°* 9 f Is the former ArdlsBloemendaal, ' She was w G * ry ^ s t»' r »re the parents of a baby 1 Wmed IN, ? ^ W weighing 6 Ibs, 5 oz, and has v.-4 Nlcola » wmfrr? 5 !^ 01 '? ^ e * 90 r welghing 6 Ibs", 5 oz, and has kHfcSs pywi ' |ler Inother ls ** former OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Butch & Roger MOUW'S UPERSMINeS! U.S.D.A. Choice 1st Cut Welch CHUCK ROAST *•»• 20 oz. Boy's Football Jerseys $,79 Sliced Meats 3 $100 3oz. am Pko.. T| BEEF « ZESTY BEEF • TURKEY « HAM • CORNED BEEF| GUS GLASER WILSON-SINCLAIR Festival Bacon Smorgasbord Pack...:. ; WILSON-SINCLAIR FESTIVAL Franks Hormel Little Slzzler Sausage links 79* 49* HEINZ TOMATO Ketchup 26 oz. bottle Flav-o-rite Frozen Orange Juice Flav-o-rite Frozen VIVA PAPER •*• _ GHOVVW j mlgerf coffee \ i Towels 3 Rolls 61 ° v| Folger's Coffee Strawberries 4 DOGF 25 Ib. bag $949 2 3 Ib. can $O09 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Scotties Facial Tissue Russet iUUUUUUUUUUUU vuiimaasms Folger's All Grinds Coffee. 3 Ib. con WITH THIS COUPON Limit Qn« Coupon Per Family. Good ONLY AT MOUW'S SUPER VALU OFFER EXPIRES Jan. 3 Any S«lt| T»x Muit Be P«id By Consumer. 029 Potatoes Lettuce CARROTS,; 29* HOME OWNED ^(PJlPJJlJlfjJM^^ HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 6, 1972-^5

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