The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1972
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Public School Menu Debbie Van Aartsen becomes bride of Mark Vermeer Miss Debbie Van Aartsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Van" Aartsen of Rock Rapids, Iowa became the bride of Mark Vermeer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vermeer of Sioux Center on Saturday afternoon, January 8, 1972 at a 2:00 p.m. ceremony at the First Reformed Church in Rock Rapids, Iowa. The Rev. Wendell G. Pyle officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with candleabra which were decorated with white and lavendar pom poms and spider mums. Ushering In the 200 guests were Mr. Robert Hansen, friend of the groom and Mr. Randy Van Aartsen, brother of the bride. Wedding music was provided by Mrs. Fred Tilstra at the organ and Miss Brenda DeWild at the piano. Mr. Gerald Vermeer was soloist singing "The Lord's Prayer" and "A Time for Us" during the ceremony. The bride who was given In marriage by her father entered the church to Trumpet Tune in D Major. She was lovely in a gown of white velvet with an empire bodice, long lantern sleeves with a deep ruff and mandarin collar adorned with pearl studded venise lace. Three bands of the venise lace trim decorated the front of the princess line skirt which swept to a full watteau train. Her veil was chapel length falling from a pearl studded crown. She carried a colonial bouquet of lavender pom poms and white spider mums with ivy. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Karen Caswell, friend of the bride from Minneapolis, Minn. Bridesmaids were Miss Lisa Vermeer, sister of the groom of Sioux Center, Mrs. Bob Vermppr, friend of the bride from Orange City and Miss Cindy Van Aartsen, sister of the bride from Rock Rapids. All attendants wore gowns with a lavendar bodice, long sleeved and deep purple skirts with an empire waistline. They also carried nosegays of lavender and white pom pom mums. WEDDING LICENSES Shyamn Charan Tendon, 30, Chicago, 111.; Audrey Jeane Pennings, 23, San Antonia, Texas. Robert Mark Vander Vegte, 21, Minneapolis, Minn.; Jera- lynDee Stienstra, 20, Minneapolis, Minn. Roger Bruce De Young, 21, Orange City, Iowa; Kathleen Kay Tarrell, 20, Orange City, Iowa. Steven Jay Van Vllet, 18, Sheldon, Iowa; Connie Faye Dykstra, 17, Sioux Senter, Iowa James Perry Johnson, 29, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Linda Kay Van Zanten, 20, Orange City, Iowa Allen Jay Brouwer, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Barbara Jeane Fanton, Sioux Falls, South Dakota Herman Lee Rozeboom, 20, Rock Valley, Iowa; Cheryl Joy Groeneweg, 19, Rock Valley, Iowa Larry Lee Wilkinson, 19, Sheldon, Iowa; Beverly Ann Bouma, 19, Orange City, Iowa Mr. Dennis Shea from Council Bluffs, friend of the groom was best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Bruce Vermeer, brother of the groom from Sioux Center, Mr. Dean Van Roekel, brother-in-law of the groom from Sioux City and Mr. Steve Van Aartsen, brother of the bride from Rock Rapids. All men wore black Tuxedos. The bridal party left the church to the strains of "Trumpet Voluntary in Major." A reception follow ed in the church fellowship hall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen served as host and hostesses. Pouring were Mrs. Amanda Becker andMrs. Jane Amanda Becker andMrs. Jane Aalbers. Mrs. Denekas presided at the Guest Book. Gift displayers were Miss Janet De Boer, Janna Vermeer, Kathy De Buhr and Mary Huisman. Tables were decorated with lavender and white flowers and candles decorated with lavender and white flowers. Serving as waitresses were Miss Sandy Wessels, Miss Nancy Huisman and Miss Sue Van Aartsen. A beautiful four tiered wedding cake decorated with purple trimmed bells and purple flowers also adorned the table. The young couple are making their home in Orange City where both are seniors at Northwestern College, graduating in the spring. JANUARY 21 Taverns or ham Potato Chips Carrots, celery, cheese, pickles Cake or bars Orange Juice, Milk JANUARY 24 Whipped potatoes Chicken fried steaks Wax beans Peach half Cookie Sandwiches, Milk JANUARY 25 . Tri-tatters Ham Sandwiches Carrots Apple Crisp Milk JANUARY 26 Chili Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Pear Milk JANUARY 27 Pork and Beans Wieners Saurkraut Jello with fruit Sandwiches Milk Mrs. Paul De Jager is in the Orange City hospital where she had surgery on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foreman and Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Muilenburg left Tuesday for Calif, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. David Kuiken and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Groen left last Monday for a sightseeing trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Jong, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mulder and Henry Vogelaar left by plane Saturday for Calif. They will be with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brink who will celebrate their 50th Anniversary on Jan. 18. Mr. John Vander Stelt Sr. passed away at the Orange City hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Steichen were taken to the Orange City hospital Thursday night overcome by gas fumes from their furnace. Both have pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuiken went to the 60th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vander wel in, Orange City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prins of Sheldon visited in the Howard Ruisch home Sunday evening. Special • music at the evening worship service was a piano, organ, violin number by Mrs. Melvin Schouten, Sioux Center, Mrs. Ray Van Dyke and Mrs. Audley Dolphin of Hospers. Mr, and Mrs, Arthur vander Pol, Jewelann and Roberta were guests at the home of Mrs. G. Vander Schaaf in Hospers after attending the First Reformed church there. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and Cara were Sunday evening guests at the Roger Roghalr home in Orange City. Mrs. Ray Van Dyke, Mrs. Audley Dolphin and Mrs. Mel Schouten rendered the special music Sunday evening at the Maurice Reformed Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Dyke, Romana and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Audley Dolphin were guests afterwards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schouten in Sioux Center. Sunday evening after church guests at the Pete Van Kals- beekhome were Mr. andMrs. Gerrit Van Surksum. Mr. and Mrs. Wynard Vanden Brink and Phyllis were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vander Zwaag and family at Hull. Mrs. Edith Jasper spent from Tuesday to Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Posthumus and family at Spencer while Mrs. Posthumus was In Omaha for a few days for a check up. ADMISSIONS Orange City Mrs. Simon Harmelink, Jan. 11; Mrs. Clifford Korver, Jan. 11; Mrs. Gerald DeVries, Jan. 11; Mrs. Elmer Wiersma, Jan. 12; .Mrs. Gerald Van Es, Jan. 13; Todd Arends, Jan. 15;Mrs. John Groen, Jan. 15; Nettie Jensen, Jan. 16 Alton Mrs, Joe Schuver, Jan. 11; Dr. Dores Riedeman, Jan. 14; Anthony Vonderharr, Jan. 16 Hull Ruthann Pluim, Jan. 11 GRANVILLE Cathy Dreckman, Jan. 12; David Keying, Jan. 16 MAURICE Al Steichen, Jan.14; Mrs. Al Steichen, Jan. 14 CLEGHORN, IOWA John Babel, Jan. 17 LE MARS Emil Loutsch, Jan. 17 Tuesday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Harry Vander Pol were Mrs. Sip Sipma, Mrs. Andrew De Graaf of Orange City, Mrs. Frank De Graaf, Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol. Mrs. Frank De Graaf, accompanied by Mrs. Frank De Graaf of Alton attended a pink and blue shower Thursday evening for Mrs. Bill Merley at the John Merley home In Sheldon. ; ' " Mr. and Mrs. James Cleveringa were Saturday supper guests at the Bill Plantage home at Sioux Center, along with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shouten and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wissink. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Tysen of Col ton, South Dakota were this Monday morning callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boender. Mr. and Mrs. Don Raak entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boersma to dinner Friday evening at Sibley. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huygens visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Huygens and family at Sioux Center. Mrs. Carl Folkers, Mary and Janet of Archer called on Mrs. Mary Den Hartog Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruyn and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bruyn and Lori were Sunday afternoon guests at the FredBlom, Jr. home in Alton in honor of Mrs. Blom's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hulst, Jr. left this Tuesday for California to spend the winter months visiting friends and relatives there. HOLLAND WINDMILLS The Holland Windmills held their first meeting ofthe year on Jan. 10 at the Dutchmil Inn. The meeting began at 6:30. Parents were invited and supper was served. After the supper each 4-H member introduced himself and his parents and told what project he was going to have this year. Some 4-H pamphlets and a schedule for this year were handed out. Then two films were shown — one on soil conservation and one on the growth of seeds. The meeting was over at 10 to 9. Reporter: Dave Mulder. JR. COUNTRY GALS The meeting of the Jr. Country Gals was held Jan. 15 at the home of Laura Van't Hof. The meeting was called to order at 1:30 by Janet Van Roll Call was "Your Favorite Color" answered by 15 members. The pledge to the American Flag was led by Renae De Haan. We had installation for the following officers: President: Janet Van Roekel; Vice President: Kim Rensink; Secretary: Norma'Boterhoek; Treasurer: Tammy Van Heukelom; Reporter: Laura Van't Hof; Historian: ArlysDe Jong; Camera Girl: Mavis Van Zandbergen; and telephone girls: Brenda Bloemendaal and Mikell Van Zandbergen. Brenda led the 4H pledge. The secretary and treasurers reports were given and approved. No old business. New business was talking about our Stanley party. Then Mikell and Mavis gave a presentation on Messy and Mercy and Janet gave one on Learning about Fit. Recreation was led by Laura. Then lunch was served by Laura and her mother. Reporter, Laura Van't Hof. ir ii.viKs ir.vii'HI. "We want yon to smile a lot, shake everybody's hantl kiss babies. By the \\ay, have you had measles, Whooping cough?" 2400 mittens given away at Christmas It takes about 1600 skeins of knitting yarn to make 2400 pairs Of mittens, the number ready for the children who were guests the day before Christmas at the Wall Street Mission Goodwill Industries Christmas Shoe Party. Each .child received mittens, new shoes and -stockings at the party. The mittens were knitted by women living as far away as New York City, Los Angeles and cities in Texas, .Other mittens were knitted by members of various church social and civic organizations. Mrs. Carl Grindberg, the .Goodwill "Mitten Lady", reports that some knitters have already started for next year's Shoe Party. More than 1400 are enrolled in Your Bible"\ Join them by enrolling FREE nondenomlni 8-Lesson Home Bible Course by mail. For a< lesson, send your namt| address to: "Know Your Bibl Box 306, Sioux Centerl Cosmetics for CLOVER TEENS On December 30, a special meeting was held at Ruth Plendl's house for the new officers. The officers planned the new schedule for 1972. Reporter, Barb Van Peursem It's our pleasant duty to keep you informed on beauty . . the latest in trends — the newest in produces. Visit The VILLAGE DRUG'S cosmetics department. See and sample the latest lines from famous houses. Our competent cosmetician will help you choose those best suited to your own needs. Revlon Flex Balsam & Protein Hair Conditioner—Special . . you don't forget in anti-freeze next year!" Beverly Meendering engaged to Dennis Jansen Mr. and Mrs. John A. Meendering of rural Sioux Center, announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Dennis Jansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jansen also of rural Sioux Center. Beverly Is employed as a beautician in Myrna's Beauty Shop and Dennis is employed on a farm. No wedding date has been set. The Floyd Farm Bureau homemakers met on January 13 at the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. LloydVan'tHofopened out meeting with an article, Advice on Richer Living. Devotions were led by Mrs. Nick Hulst, Jr. and Mrs. Peter W. Hofmeyer. Mrs. Allen Van Roekel led the pledge to the flag. Mrs. Cliff Top was in charge of music and recreation. Roll call was answered by 12 members with a craft idea. Minutes were read and dues and pennies for freedom were collected. Environment today and tomorrow were presented by Mrs. Alden Menning. Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol showed slides of their trip to Spain. Lunch was furnished by Mrs. Nick Hulst, Jr. and Mrs. Peter W. Hofmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Wiersma, Mrs. Wendell and Shell! took Wendell Wiersma to Sioux City on Jan. 11, to St. Joseph Hospital. He underwent knee surgery on Jan. 12. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wiersma and Mr. and Mrs. John Wiersma visited with him and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wiersma on Saturday. At this writing he is getting along just fine. Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Solsma, Jr. were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Solsma. They had the privilege ofhav- ing fresh Salmon which,was caught by Mrs. Rich Solsma's parents and given along with Rich on his last trip to Calif. Mrs. Verle Chadwick and Mr. and Mrs. DonRiemersma and Heidi of Spencer were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Wilbur Riemersma home. Sandy Den Hartog and Bob i Radley of Spencer were Sunday evening callers at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Neal Den Hartog. Mr. and Mrs, Arie Reekers received a telephone call this Sunday from their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silvernail and family of Byron Center, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beltman were Sunday evening after church guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miedema. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Monson, and Carmen and Mrs. Fred Wolf and Sarah of Storm Lake were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Monson. FOR THE WORLDS BEST TEA AND COFFEE- MAKE IT WITH SOFT WATER FREE Revlon Lipstick with purchase of $3.00 or more of any Revlon cosmetics or fragrances Coty Bath Oil Parfait--softens, scents, silkens—Special Coty Falcon Mist Spray-Emeraude, Laimant, L'Origaw—Special . . . Mrs. John Wiersema was a guest in the home of Mrs. Reuben Grotenhuls inHospers last Wednesday evening. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. William Niewenhuis and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boterhoek, "I'm sorry, but a divorce can not be financed with a Home Improvement Loan!" With so many kids now-a- days, store managers are tempted to get more Santas and put up a sign "Five Santas No Waiting." They named the BABY Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De Geest spent the holidays in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Ariz. visiting with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Geest and friends. . Rhonda Kay is the newest addition to the Clifford Korver family. She was born Jan. 11 and tipped the scales at 8 Ibs. 1 oz. Her mother is the former Geneva Van Engen. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald De Vries welcomed Emily Lynn into their home on Jan. 11. Emily weighed in at 7 Ib. 5i oz. and her mother is the former Denise Berkenpas. The Sioux County Concert Series presents Charles Fisher and Eugene Bossart Duo-Pianists on Tues., Jan. 25 at 8:00 p.m. Dordt College Auditorium Tickets may be purchased at the door Admission for Individual Concerts $2,00, $2.50 or $3,00 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 20, 1972 Once-a-Year-Specials $3.50 Dubarry Cleansing Cream $5.00 Dubarry Young Promise - Treatment Cream for Dry Skin . . $3.00 $2.50 Dubarry Eye Cream. $1.75 $3.25 Dubarry Skin Freshener Lotion lOb 3rd St, N.E. KALSBEEK's In Orange City $3.25 Dubarry Skin Firming Lotion for Dry Skin.. $2.25 $5.50 Dubarry Moisture Pedals Liquid Moisturizer $3.50 Care Lotion Vaseline Intensive Beads . $3.00 Revlon Intimate Body Lotion . . VOYAGE 1150 TO 225 WED RING 62.50 MAN'S 125 The Good Life Begins With a Keepsake For your engagement, choose • Keepsake—the beautiful beginning of a lifetime together. Every Keepsake is exquisitely crafted in 14K gold and guaranteed against diamond loss. VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the Bank Orange City, Iowa $2,50 Life Hair Condition , . Aqua Net Hair Spray, 16 oz., Limit 1 . . , Alberto VO5 --Blue . . Hair Conditioning • •. $2.25 Toni Innocent Color Shampoo for easyhaircoloring,.' 1 $1,15 Alberto VO5 Shampoo, 7 oz. • ....L

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