The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 5
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1972
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Shower held for Rhonda Vander Pol Miss Rhonda Vander Pol 'was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank De Graaf on Saturday, January 15. A noon luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Frank De Graaf, Mrs, Arthur Vander Pol and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol. Guests were Mrs. Ed Grotenhuls, Mrs. William Grotenhuis of Hospers, Mrs. Henry Kramer, Mrs. Ben Klelnwolterlnk of Sheldon, Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and Cara, Mrs. Clarence Huygens, Jewelann and Roberta Vander Pol. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Roy Brinkman of Sheldon, Mrs. A. J. Huygens of Sanborn, Mrs. Sylvan Fonkert of Luverne, Minn., Mrs. Wm. De Jong of Fergus Falls, Minn., Mrs. John Oolbekklnk of Garretson, South Dakota and Mrs. Harley Grotenhuls of Hospers. After Rhonda opened her gifts lunch was served by the hostesses. Rhonda and Conley Van • Heuvelen plan to be married on Feb. 23.' Pioneer Home news Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dulste- mars and Mrs, D. De Boer from Alton called on Mrs. Jennie De Jong. Mrs. De Jong was a dinner guests In the Ed Meyer home In Ireton Sunday. Mrs. D, De Boer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Boer and Mrs, Sena Van Roekel from Sioux Center visited her. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Heymens from Hull and Mr. Al Engbers called on their mother, Mrs. Grace Engbers. Mr. Otto Mouw's 'visitors were Mr. and Mrs. George Bonnema and daughters from Luveme, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw from Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rowerdlnk from Vlnton, Iowa. Mr. Georce Dulstermars callers were Rev. C. Grevlng from Alton, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Dulstermars from Middleburg and Mr. Bob De Boer from Alton. Mr, Gerrit De Vrles visited the following places, on Sunday at the Harold De Vrles In Hull, on Monday at the B, Bufflngtons at Hawarden, Monday night he attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smlts. On Monday of this week he attended the funeral of Mr. John Vande Stelt at Maurice. 4 Mr. Gerrit Bylsma from Edgerton and Mrs. Bert Te Brink became residents of 'he home. Dr. Neumann showed slides of his hunting trip in Alaska to the Senior Citizens last week Monday, Local New Mrs. Bill Gambler entertained the afternoon bridge club on Tuesday. "Can't you get it through your head that when you run with a football yon don't dribble?" The boss was exasperated with his new secretary. She Ignored the telephone when It'rang. Finally he said: "You must answer the phone." "O.K.," she replied with disgust In her voive. "But it's so silly. Nine times out of ten It's for you." CREAMED CHEESE PASTRIES Mrs. Albert De Vrles, Sioux Center, Iowa Variations: Parmesan twirls and Px>ppy seed rolls Pastry: 1 c. butter 1-8 oz. pkg, cream cheese | tsp. salt 2 c, unsifted flour Beat butter, cheese and salt together In mixer until completely smooth and blended. Work In flour to smooth dough, good to use finger tips. Chill over-night. Parmesan Twirls: Take \ portion of dough and let set 10 min. Roll Into rectangle \ n thick. Sprinkle heavily with parmesan cheese. Press lightly with rolling pin and fold over itself in twirls. Roll again and sprinkle with more cheese. Press and roll in 4 x 18 rectangle \ Inch thick. Brush with egg yolk mixed with 2 tsp. milk. Cut in strips 1x3 twist or fold from corner to corner. Chill 1 hr. Bake 350 degrees-15-20 minutes. Poppy Seed Rolls: Take £ of pastry-Roll 1/8 Inch thick. Fold over In twirls, roll> again to 1/8 in thickness. Cut in 2 in. squares. Brush lightly With butter and sprinkle with poppy seeds. Press with rolling pin. Roll from corner to corner. Moisten point and seal. Place point down on cookie sheet. Brush with egg yolk mixed with 2 tsp. milk. Sprinkle with more seed If desired. Chill 1 hr. Bake 350 degrees-15 minutes. lenda Rensink (comes bride of lanklin De Graaf 1, e Boyden First Reformed Irch was the setting for the Ible ring ceremony In which s Brenda Rensink, ihter of Mr. and Mrs. Le- Renslnk of Boyden, lame the bride of Mr. •nklin De Graaf, son of Mrs. ink De Graaf and the late , De Graaf of NewWrk, January 3, 1972 at 7 :30 fuptlal music was pre- ied by Mr. Dennis Dillon, olst and Mrs. Scott Sneller, [Mist, Reverend Raymond ss officiated at the cere- before an altar de- •ated with white pompoms | red carnations. bride, given In mar- |ge by her father, entered to ithoven' "Ode to Joy" She an empire gown of Eng- cllpped lace. The high kllne, down front of bodice cuffs of puffed sleeves e detailed with ruffles accented with red velvet on, with the back of the falling into a chapel n. Her headpiece of double of veiling of bridal 111- was completely out- d with English clipped She carried a white Bi- decorated with a cascade of sweetheart roses and y. irving the bride as matron Nor was Mrs. James 0 Johnson, friend of the Bridesmaids were the Beverly and Jackie sink, sisters of the bride. "ore princess styled red eteen gowns accented with trimmed belts and bows be back. The carried e fur muffs decorated with holly and red silk balls. Misses Sheri Rensink and Vander Pol were flower both wearing gowns Meal to the bride's atten- sand carrying lacebas- 'illed with small pom- i. All the girls wore head- es of white pompoms and ribbon. 'ending the groom as best "as Mr. Scott Lammers, 6 ?e roommate of the m . Groomsmen were Cleveringa, friend of m and Leslie Rensink, of the bride. All the wore Edwardian styled *>s. The attendants wore carnation boutonieres, the groom wore a single sweetheart rose. The ushers were Mr. Lyle Vander Pol, Mr. Rodney Rensink, Mr. Jim Vander Pol and Mr. Dan Baker. Mr. Jim Vander Pol and Mr. Rodney Rensink also served as can- dlellghters. The bride's mother wore a two piece dress of gray and white tweed with red trim. The groom's mother wore a two piece salmon colored dress, Both wore corsages of red roses. As the ceremony began Mr. Steve Lenters sang , "The Wedding Song" while the couple knelt In prayer. Mr. Harold Vander Pol sang, "The Lord's Prayer." Following this Steve sang "What the World Needs Now Is Love" while the bride and groom lit the unity candle. Following the benediction and presentation the couple recessed to the tune of "What the World Needs Now Is Love". Miss Marsha Jasper, friend of the bride, registered the many guests. Miss Barb Ekdom and Mrs. Robert (Laura) Ver ,Meer served the bride as personal attendants. A reception followed in the church parlors with the Reverend S. Moths officiating. Mrs. E. Reed and Mrs. M. Blumeyer, college housemothers of the couple served as dining room hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Bosch, friends of the bride and groom attended the guests at the punch bowl. The Misses Jewelann Vander Pol, Roberta Vander Pol, Charlssa Elliot, Llla Elliot, Linda Kroon, Mrs. Robert Mouw and Mrs. Rodney Mouw received and displayed the many lovely gifts. Serving at the buffet table were Mrs. Cathrine Jacobson, Mrs. Mike Baker, Mrs. Virgil Smith, Mrs. Wendall Rensink. A lunch was served by the Women's Guild. Waitresses were Karla Selstra, Renee Boone, Sandl Sitters, Evelyn Donkersloot, Marlene Van Aalsburg and Lora Smit. Both the bride and groom are students at Northwestern college. They will be making their home in Alton, Iowa. Peggy Puck engaged to F rank Osdoba Mr. and Mrs. Willis Puck of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter, Peggy Lou, to Frank C. Os- doba, son of Mrs. Samuel Osdoba of Iowa City, formerly of Orange City, Iowa. Miss Puck, a 1971 graduate of the University of Iowa, where she was affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, is teaching at Westridge Elementary school in Harlan. Her fiance is a student at ha PPV to announce the University of Iowa. No **•""' wedding date has been set. to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De Gee- St spent last Sunday with the Uoland De Geest family In Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Blade Cut Center cut Chuck Steak .Boneless Stew Beef Ground Beef 3 s ! 89 $249 Rath Cedar Farm Canned Picnics 3 Ib. can Cutlets Butch & Roger MOUW'S Prices good thru Mon.. Jan 24 Wonderlon Panty Hose 2 - $ 1 2 Ib. can 39 with coupon A $179 Butternut Coffee Flav-o-rlte Chocolate 12 oz. Chips Ma Brown Sweet w lMt Pickles « 2/89« Pretzels Flav-o-rite POTATO CHIPS 12 OZ. box Pineapple 890 _ £ •• • ^^ ^ wcnuo or cur. a DOKB . Frosting Mix 29* Pizza ,<„ 89* Cake Mix «•« Super Valu Jenos Break & Bake Red Rome Red Apples Oranges 3 Ib. bag 49* Potatoes 138 size doz. 20 Ibs. Carrots 2 * 29* 79^ Walnut Meats VALUABLE COUPON Butter-Nut Coffee "is coupon Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good Only At Super Valu Storei. Offer ExpiresMon., Jan 2-JAny Sales Tax Must Be Paid By Consumer. 025 •^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOQSlMDQJiJ) * Reg. * Drip f Perk HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATEP . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED , . . HOME OPERATED . .". HOME OWNED . . .HOME OPERATED THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January ?Q, 1872^-6

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