The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1972
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cake was decoded In purple ' LeAnn Huizenga becomes bride of Orval D. Madden In double ring rites solemnized at the American Reformed Church December 28, Le Ann Huizenga, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Huizenga of Orange City, Iowa, becamp the bride of Orval D. Madden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orval J. Madden of Alton, Iowa. The Rev. Alvin Hook officiated. Nuptial music was furnished by Henry Baker organist and Steve Lenters vocalist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a bridal gown' fashioned of dulcette satin and re- embroidered lace. The slim fitted bodice was styled with a Victorian neckline detailed with lace motifs embellished with tiny seed pearls. The long bishop sleeves were stmlllarly accented with pearled motifs. A fold of satin defined 'tho lifted waist-line. Lace motifs adorned the bodice and were repeated down the front of the modified Aline toe length skirt accented with a back streamer. The bouffant floor length veil of imported Illusion was edged in matching lace caught to a Dior bow of matching satin. She carried an arrangement of white carnations, yellow roses and babys breath. Mrs. Julie Campa, sister of the groom was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Kathy Ogren. They wore identical gowns of green velvet and mira mist with gold trim. They carried a long stemmed yellow rose. The grooms father, Orval J. Madden was his best man. Jay Huizenga, brother of the bride was groomsman. Ushers were Jeff De Haan and Harlan Huizenga. Miss Beverly Pennings was the brides personal attendant. Cindy De Haan registered the guests at the reception that followed in the fellowship room of the church. Dixeen Van Bruggen and Denlse Zeutenhorst received the gifts. Dining room hostess was Etta Ruth Kepp. Miss Shirley Raak and Fred Frederes poured punch. Serving at the buffet table was Mrs. Aryls Feenstra, Mrs. Eunice Van Bruggen, Mrs. Joan Huizenga, and Miss Jan Schulte. Before her marriage, the bride was employed in the lab and X-ray department of the Orange City Hospital. The couple will make their home at 5220 Kenwood, Chicago, 111., where the groom is a student at the University of Chicago. Carlo De Boer bride of Dan Roozing Wedding vows were solemnized by Miss Carla Lynn De Boer of Orange City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theran De Boer of Doon, Iowa and Mr. Dan Lee Roozing of Orange City, son of Mr. and Mrs. ( Corneal Roozing of Doon on December 17, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Reformed Church in Hull, Iowa. The Rev. David C. Ter Beest officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with apricot and bronze colored mums and greenery. Appropriate music was provided by Miss Linda Rozeboom who accompanied the soloist, Mr. Arlin Brenneman who sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "The Greatest of These if Love." The bride who was given in marriage ; by her father, wore a floor length white "crepe gown with a portrait neckline and empire waistline. She also wore a finger tip length veil. Her bridal bouquet consisted of apricot colored roses surrounded with greenery. Music was furnished by the St. Mary's choir accompanied by Mrs, Art Braun. A reception was held in St. Mary Hall for the new couple. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Henrich served at the punch bowl and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Homan displayed their many lovely gifts. The beautiful wedding cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Ida Goslinga of Orange City. The marriage was blessed by Rev. Father Hood, assisted by Rev. Father Tiedeman. Attending from a distance were the following students from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Dotun Olagoke, Nlyl Akende, Tunde Shosan and Miss Germaine. Also Mr. and Mrs. Hoot and 2 daughters of Des Moines, Iowa. Also many friends from Orange City and vicinity. Mr. Yoml Kongl attends Northwestern College In Orange City, and the bride Is employed at K-Products In Orange City. The couple are now making their home In Alton, Iowa. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Beth De Boer, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Harriet Keizer of Hull and Miss Viola Vanden Top of Doon, Iowa. All wore apricot colored full length gowns with empire waistlines with brown streamers down the back and circling the waist. They also carried long stemmed apricot mums with brown velvet streamers. Candlellghters were Mr. Paul De Boer and Mr. Kevin Roozing, both of Doon, Iowa. They wore tuxedos and also had a small single apricot mum. Miss Michelle Roozing was flower girl, attired Identical to that of the other attendants. Serving as best man war Mr. Peter Roozing of Le Mars Iowa. Groomsmen were Mr Norman Scholten and Mr. Leor. Keizer. All men of the weddin party wore tuxedos. Servinf as ushers were Mr. Alan D Boer and Mr. Wesley'Westrs' • Mr. Mark Heemstra of Or ange City was ring bearei A reception for 250 guest followed in the church parlor.' Mr. Stanley Vande Berg pre sided. Punch pourers wei Miss Le Ann De Haan an Mr. Arlan Smit. Coffee poui ers were Mrs. John R. Reir ders, Mrs. Rensa Dykstra Mr. and Mrs. Melvin V£ Peursem were host and hos 1 ess. Sitting at the Guest Boc was Miss Ruth Clevering; Gift displayers were Mis Dawn Prins and Mr. Leon I Boer. Waitresses were Mh Mikell Schutt, Mellnda Schui Beth Vermeer, Ethel Vei meer, Helen Schuitema: Donna Schuiteman and J! Van Berkel. A three tiered whll wedding cake, with the bottoi shaped In a star with aprlci and white wedding bells ar flowers was featured on tl buffet table. After a wedding trip tl young couple is now at hoir at 210 4th Street, N.W. i Orange City. For her goir away outfit Mrs. Roozingwoi a navy blue knit pant su with a corsage of aprlC' mums. She is employed z a Laboratory and X-ray tecl nlclan at the Orange Cv Municipal Hospital. Mr. Roos Ing is a senior at Northwes ern College. , Btiung room host and hostess were Mf» and Mrs, dary Van «ee, Mr, and Mrs, Arlln Kiel served althe punch bowl. Mrs, John Smlts and Mrs, Albert DC Jong poured Mrs', Larry Do Huyter and Mrs. Don Van Slotfiti opened gifts, Mrs, Fred Groem re* glstered guests. Miss Donna Humme was the bride's personal attendant, The couple will be at home at 2<W3 So. Acoma, Denver, Colo. (Editors notes The appearance o this weddlngstorywas held up pending the arrival of a photograph*) Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Bifry Meyllnk from offut Air Force Base, 6«llevue, Neb,, spent the weekend visiting with relatives in Orange city, The D* VHes relatives had a family gathering on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John De Beer. More than 1400 are enrolled in "Know Vour Donna Hendriks becomes bride of Cliff Visscher Miss Donna Hendrlks became the bride of Cliff Visscher on Friday, November 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the First Reformed Church of Orange City, Iowa. Rev. Edward Blankespoor officiated. The couples parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hendrlks of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Visscher of Platte, S. Dak. The altar was decorated with baskets of white gladioli and lavender pompoms, two candlelabra and the Unity Candle. Mr. Delmar Van Zee, soloist sang "God Gave Me You" and The Lord's Prayer. Accompanying him as organist was Mrs. Don Draayer. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of floor length white chiffon velvet with a fitted empire bodice and ring collar accented with flowered lace. The full length bishop sleeves with wide cuffs were also trimmed in lace. A Spanish mantilla was accented with matching lace and terminated in a full length train. The bride carried yellow roses and stephanotis, with yellow and white streamers. Matron of honor was Mrs. Virgil Schoolmeester, sister of the bride and the bridesmaids were Magaret Schelling and Lorene Visscher. The matron of honor and the bridesmaids wore identical floor length gowns of purple empire velvet bodice and full lavender linen skirts. They carried lavender mums with purple and lavender streamers. The mother of the bride wore a navy and white street length dress with navy gloves and the grooms mother chose a dress of lime green, street length with white gloves. They wore corsages of Symbinlan orchids. Mr. Harvey Visscher, brother of the groom served as best man. Groomsmen were Harley Sprik and Richard Hendriks, Ushering guests and lighting candles were Virgil School- meester and Fred Groen. A reception given by the bride's parents was held in • the Church parlors. A short program was enjoyed with Harvey Visscher as master of ceremonies. The wedding Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Ntbbel- Ink were weekend guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Heyer In Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt J, Mouw were callers on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mouw and family In Spencer, Join them by enrolling in the FRfiE nondenomlnational 8-Lesson Home Bible study Course by mall. For a sample lesson, send your name and address to: "Know Your Bible" Box 306, Sioux Center, la. 51250 To take the iron out of your water ... CALL YOUR CULLIGAN MAN • CALL 737-2923 KALSBEEK'S in Orange City UNTIL 9 P.M.MON. THRU SAT. *£• ^COUNTRY YLt Spcsreribs'.'.'.'.!.', QUALIIY PLUS' SLICED -I o; PftA Cooked Ham . p :i.00 v ARMOUR S1AR Braunschweiger OSCAR MAYER FRESH PORK Sausage Links GOOD VALUE Bacon R4TH CEDAR FARM CENTER CUT TENDER TRIMMED picnics Commodore Pro-Cooked Breaded Perch OSCAR MAYER • "''^Jjjj Boloana ,690 69^ Butch & Roger JANUARY JAMBOREE MOUW'S Phone 4648 Prices good thru Man., Jan. 17 HAIR SPRAY Aqua Net • Regular JB tffc O. VAN CAMP'S Margaret Sola becomes bride of Yomi Kongi In a wedding Saturday, Dec. 18 at St. Mary's Catholic church In Alton, Iowa, Miss Margaret Bola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fellca Oge- deengbe of Ilesha, Nigeria, became the bride of Mr, Yoml Kongl, son of Mrs. Mogbon- Juboel of Ibadaa City, Nigeria. Attending the bride was Miss Allyson Dykstra and best man was Dotun Olagoke of Chicago, 111. Miss Susan Braun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Braun of Alton was flower girl and ringbearer was Patrick Homan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Homan of Alton. Uhsers were Mr. Nick Luate and Mr. Larry. The bride was escorted down the aisle by Mr. Gillis Haverdink of Orange City, Iowa. The bride made her home by Mr, and Mrs. Gillis Haverdink while in Orange City. She was lovely in a gown fashioned of sheer ninon over satin and imported chantilly lace. The bodice had a nylon yoke with ruffles of lace. The bouffant skirt also had rows and rows of chantilly lace. The court train was also lace edged. Her fingertip veil fell from a coronet of pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and streamers. Her personal attendant was Mrs. Gillis Haverdink and her her hair was beautifully styled by Sheryl Keith. Special Caramel Cake Donuts Try our Russian Dork Rye Bread 39* Crisco DUTCH OVEN Bakery Tony Iluygcns, Prop., ORANGE CITV Pork & Beans Ketchup Vegetables Cut Green Bum . Kitchen Slicx! Grain Bum • Peai Fiench Styli Grwn Bum • Wholt Gm«n Beim • Cut Wu Bunt • Crum Sryli Corn * Whgla Kiriwl Corn Cookies SUPER VALU FACIAL Tissue.:c SUPER VALU /• Preserves • Strtnbcrry • Pitch • Apricot. Grip* A GREAT COMBINATION! Potatoes 690 10 16. bag 96 Size ea. 50 ,,, 105 "88* 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 13, 1972 Spup,. Cheek the color circular for more money saving specials! HOME OWN.O . . . HOM E OP ERATED . . . HOME 0 W NED . . . HOME . . HOME 0 WP . . . HOME p PE8 *T E P . . . HOM* OWNED . . . HO Mf

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