The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1972
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MILK MADE MAGIC SWEEPSTAKES RECIPES CUP-CAKE BHOWNlES Mrs. Kenneth De Boer, Hull, Iowa 4 squares semi-sweet Chocolate 1 cup butter \ tsp. Butter flavoring 1 cup nuts Set this aside, 1 3/4 cup sugar 1 cup flour 4 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla min £ Pa ™% ni Pour 3/4 m into cupcake llnersj min. In a 325 degree oven, ncy Ver Steeg gaged to Velllnga PARTY SNACKS FOR ALL OCCASIONS First Prize Winner CALYPSO DRESSING Mrs. Roger Den Herder, Sioux Center, Iowa Ver Steeg rs Lawrence announce the en- daughter, es to To David Vellinga, son Mr and Mrs. Rodney Vel- of Orange City. Nancy nas low State University luntor in Mndlcal Tech- J and Dave Is a senior Northwestern majoring In og y and Business. No wed ' date has been set. 1 banana, mashed 1 cup sour cream ^ cup light rum (or 1 tsp. milk) | tsp. ginger 1/8 tsp. salt sresci Riepma igqged to artin Moeller Jr. and Mrs. Bernard Rlep- of Le Mars announce the pgement of their daughter, resaSue to Martin Moeller, i of Jacob Moeller of Sioux nler. Sue works at Otis and rtln Just returned home m tour of duty In Viet date has been Peter Vander Wels 60th anniversary About 160 guests attended the 60th anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Peter yander Wei 6fi Tuesday afternoon, January 11, at the First Reformed Church In Orange City. Many guests were present from several area towns and also people from BrooWngs, Parker and Marlon, S.D. A granddaughter and her family, Mr, and Mrs. John Ekdom from Cedar Springs, Mich, were also In attendance. Mrs. Vander Wei wore her wedding dress of 60 years ago. Miss Arlys Vande Brake a granddaughter registered the guests and at 2:30 p.m. a program was given with Don Vander Wei, the oldest grandchild, as Master of Ceremonies, the program began with Opening remarks and Prayer by Dr. R. Van Heukelom, the audience then sang two Dutch Psalms with Mrs. John Stander as pianist. A poem written by the late Mrs. Gerrlt M. Raak for the Vander Wei's 35th anniversary was revised and added to by Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei and was read by another grandson, Dave Vander Wei. A duet "How Great Thou Art" was sung by their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Merle Vander Brake and Arlys. Members of the Vander Wei family were then introduced to the M.C. and the audience joined in singing "Bless Be The Tie That Binds." Mrs. John Ekdom was pianist for the musical numbers. Five of the six great grandchildren, Steven, Ricky, Julie Vander Wei and Donna and Diane Ekdom sang "Jesus Loves Me." Closing remarks and prayer was then offered by Rev. A. Elssens. Mr. and Mrs. John Ekdom served as dining room host and hostess. A buffet lunch was served from a lovely table with their two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Mullenburg and Mrs. Merle Vande Brake pouring and the two daughters- in-law, Mrs. Selma Vander Wei and Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei cutting and serving the cake. Some of the grandchildren, Mrs. Don Vander Wei, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vander Wei, Mr. Ron Mullenburg, Vernon and Arlys Vande Brake served as waiters and waitresses. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis mixture-Divide Into two parts and put \ In Vander Wei could not attend. Menu public school Locil rum flavoring mixed with a little Blend all i ngret iient6. Serve chilled with bite-size nieces of for dipping. UNBAKED COOKIES Brenda Vonk, R. R. 2, Sioux Center, Iowa 2 cups sugar •V cup butter •j cup milk 6 Tblsp. cocoa 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup oatmeal 1 cup coconut 2 cups rice krisples Boll the first four Ingredients for 3 minutes. Add the remaining Ingredients and mix well. Drop on wax paper. Put In refrigerator for -a few hours to harden. Mrs. Albert \ cup butter 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup brown sugar Mix well-then add 1 egg and beat again. 2 cups flour (sifted) 1 tsp. baking powder \ tsp. salt 2 tsp. vanilla Add to above 9 x 13 pan. BANQUETTE BAR De Vrles, Sioux Center, Iowa \ Ib. almond paste 3 eggs 1.cup sugar Mix well. Put on layer .In,pan. Put rest of dough on top. Bake at 350 degrees 35-40 minutes. Mr. and Mrs.CornieEshuis traveled to Des Molnes on Wednesday for a business trip. January 14 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery, pickles, Cheese Cake or bars Orange Juice Milk JANUARY 17 NO SCHOOL JANUARY 18 Tuna Noodle Casserole Buttered peas Vanilla pudding with cherry topping Cookie Sandwiches, Milk JANUARY 19 Meat balls In spaghetti ringlet sauce Green beans Applesauce Sandwiches, Milk JANUARY 20 Mashed potatoes Fried chicken Corn Ice Cream Sandwiches, Milk Shower held for Betsy Bouma A misellaneous shower was held January 6 for Beverly Bouma in the home of Miss Mary Den Hartog. Those attending were Miss Beverly Moss, Mrs. Rich Schnurr, Miss Miriam Korver, Mrs. Robert Schelllng, Mrs. Leiroy Wilkinson sr.i Debbie, Mrs. Rudy Drost, Miss Darlene Menning, Miss Sharla Hulst, Mrs. Daryl Sybesma and Miss Glenda Fedders. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Miss Dawn Drost, Robin Wilkinson, Mrs. Rod Stallman,. Miss Beverly Haack, and Miss Marilyn Minten. Games were played after which the bride- elect opened her many lovely gifts. The hostess then served ., a delicious lunch. Beverly will become the bride of Mr. Larry Wilkinson on January 14. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wle- lenga, Jr, and family from Colorado Springs spent the Christmas weekend In the Peter R. Wlelenga home, En- Joying a family dinner at the Orvllle Oolman home were the two Wlelenga families, the Bill Wlelenga family from Rock Rapids and the Ray Wlelenga family. Mrs. Harriet Nichols and Miss Mary Wlelenga left last week for their respective homes In Alameda and Lakeport, California after spending some time here for the funeral of their father, Mr. Lou J. Wlelenga. Mrs. Harvey De Kock and Mrs. Gerald Schoep, both of Fort Dodge, visited In the home of their mother, Mrs. John Lubbers, and with other relatives on Sautrday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riedeman from Sanborn were Friday evening callers In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wabeke. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haarsma and Mr. Peter Haarsma were Sunday evening guests In the Andrew Wlel- enga home. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Renslnk will host an open house in honor of their parents 50th wedding anniversary, Saturday, January 15, 1972, from 2 to 5 P.M. in the First Reformed Church, Boyden, Iowa. The couple requests no gifts, please. Ib. Fresh Ground Beef.... Skinless Shoulders Smoked Hato Portions Sirloin Steak $ ! 29 ib. Fresh Metwurst Velveeta Kemp Ice Cream red Ib. 2 Ib. box & white pkg. 59 1 MARKET & LOCKERS lr. and Mrs. Al Honken for Holland, Michigan on day evening returning In Wednesday of this week. Iheir absence the Honken dren were cared for in home of Mrs. Harold Ool- Irs, Walt De Blauw and ghter, Janice, left on urday for Mentone, Calif, er spending 12 days visiting the parental Ed Vander gte home. If. and Mrs. Henry G. De in accompanied by Mrs. Roetman visited in the rnard De Haan home in «t Falls on Sunday after- in, Mrs. Martha Schaefer and her granddaughter, Carol of Sioux City were Sunday callers In home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wallinga. An additional guests was Mrs. Wm. Druy- vestyn. Ben Koele and Jerry Van Horssen from Maurice attended a Fertilizer Convention in Des Molnes on Tues. and Wed. in connection with the Co-op Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klein- wolterink from Sheldon were Sunday afternoon callers In the home of Mrs. John Lubbers. The ability to save is an index of character, of self- control. Jim, Al & Lee Woudstra Orange City, Iowa Phone 2913 Carefree Stainless Holloware for gifts and entertaining... DECEMBER 26, 1971 THRU JANUARY 31, 1972 northland is 8 stainless ™ maun v _ w3l|IUl^H^I^^^^HHHHHMi^MllB ^VMMtBMBHv. '^MHHH^ uiili-Vcgctulile Submarine Sandwiches, a different idea for l«liiy purl,. picnic, '"'a i '"'a is one of the best times of the year for a picnic. v f nwea f her is Betting gloomier every day, and what better ne9 up spirit£i than with sood, old-fashioned summer- Sf'ting a summertime atmosphere won't really toko too «cti money or time. Make your invitations of bright yellow 'Paper and decorate with felt-tip pen drawings of the smiling "• urge your guests to wear their casual, picnic clothes. l« "wpne plays a uke or a guitar, have him bring it along lor '^ing-alongs.) irate your party room with posters of sun-lighted scenes, , -, J W brightest table doth, plus paper cups and plates in 'f fe «ul patterns and colors. . a, By ? u h aye a fireplace, let it be your campfire. Be sure to to?'; cu , s hions around on the floor for lounging.. . itato K aeL rve? Qood, old picnic fare like fried chicken, to&'&to? or'harnbur>ers. Or you might like to try r.'voua Hot Ph,ij.Vegetable Submarine Sandwiches. They re 1 filling, and that adds up to perfect picnic l»kbook f v are a lot «'.other recipes in Molly Bishops new MnS *l your c °Py J us t send «fty cents along with your jj^wid address to Cookbook, Box 1971, Tacoma, Washingto q 6 n nn ? ot Cll 'l'-Veeetable Submarine Sandwiches 3 P°i?, r b °y rolls* \i/, cups coarsely grated wDiespogns, blotter of. process American 1 (i^f^'We : ' . ' cheese ,. v»u-«unce).can chili con 6 lengthwise slices i taL] 1 ^ without beans cucumber thin e ^°° n ^ rawa y s 66 .^ 12 slices tomato 'ices Berrauu,, „,„„„ .Whalf, lengthwise. Spread each half vrith butter chili M® PI » « MoWe sheet m a hot oven (400°F). gom- '«f bott/im if 8 ! 019 *""* caraway seeds in a saucepan. Heat. (H. .TV^B.Paly.ea of each roll with 2 onion slices and Vi cup l /4 Pup grated cheese, a slice .of cucumber, and bun top. Serve immediately. Yield. sliced into 8-inch sec- H 3-piMt Suiif Md Cmrn Sil 110.00 ....' 8.9S J. Chip Iltd Dip 12.50 K. DiwDll Vllltlbl. Dith . . . L. 2-TUf BuHil 5«r*r .... 10.95 M Covttri C«liwol| 12 SO 10.00 This is IPS History. Today, We're Planning For The Future. This year marks our 100th birthday. Since 1872, we've served you and the people in IPS territory. Heated homes and businesses. Lighted schools and hospitals. We've kept the power corning in the worst kind of weather, year-in and year-out. And we're working to keep it coming. Add- ing new sources of energy. Building facilities that blend with the environment. Training our people to serve you even better. We've been around for 100 years, but now we're planning for the next 100. Planning to play an even more vital part in your future. er piece* ale Piicei d V nL ?i f . Fr ench bread can be q used in place O f the rolls. VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 Doors West of the Bank orange City, Iowa YEARS OF SERVICE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 13, 1973--5

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