The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the First Christian Reformed Church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hulsman, Orange City, friends of the bride, were host and hostess. Miss Judy Vander Vegte, Orange City, sister of the groom, and Mr. Glen Hul- steln, Hull, friend of the bride and groom, poured punch. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Jolene Vlsser, Sioux Center, friend of the bride. Pinning on of flowers was done by Mrs. Arlene Vander Vegte, Sioux Falls, S. D., sister-in- law of the groom. Mrs. Darlene Obbink, Hawarden, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Phyllis Vande Grlend, Orange City, sister of the groom, poured coffee. Mr. Tim Schiebout sang "Whither Thou Goest" and "We've Only Just Begun." Steven and Rachel Stienstra received the gifts at the church. The gifts were opened by the bride and groom at the home of the bride's parents, following the reception, with the immediate families and the wedding party in attendance. The couple is making their home In Minneapolis, Minnesota, where both are employed. Dolly VanMeeteren becomes bride of Allen Jiskoot The First Reformed Church of Sheldon was the setting on Tuesday, Dec. 28, for the Christmas wedding uniting Dolly Van Meeteren, daughter fo Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Van Meeteren of Sheldon, and Allen Jiskoot, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jiskoot of Alton. The double ring ceremony was performed at 7:30 by Rev. Donald Jiskoot, brother of the groom in the presence of relatives and friends. The church was decorated with huge red pointsetta plants and pine greenery. The altar was lighted with brass candle- labra entwined with ferns. The unity candle was in the center. The aisle was decorated with brass hurricane candlela- bra on the pew, marded with red satin bows and pine greenery. Red candles with bows and greenery decorated the windows. A Christmas tree, tree, trimmed and lit in gold, completed the setting. A harp prelude was presented by Mr. Dennis Dillion of Spsnner, Iowa. The or- ranist was Mr, Rodney Jiskoot, brother of the groom. He accompanied Miss Wanda Vander Broek who sang, "The Lord's Prayer", "One Heart, One Hand," and "The Lord Bless you and Keep You," The bride escorted to the altar by her father entered the church to "Trumpet Tune" by Purcell. She wore a white, toe-length gown of sata peau adorned with pearls and crystals re-embroidered, imported lace encircled the high neckline and see through yoke. Matching lace trimmed the full puff sleeves and cascaded down the eown front. The back was trimmed with lace and a bow. The detachable, chapel-length train gathered to fullness from the back bodice, wastrfmmed with lace and appliques. The elbow length veil of imported silk illusion fell from a crown of lace with tiny seed pearls and crystals. She carried a. cascade arrangement of red roses trimmed with white and gold. Mrs. Roger Jordan, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Doris Mellema ofSpen- cer and Miss Wanda Vander Broek of Milford, both college friends of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Mart Ann Jordan, niece of the bride. They wore floor length gowns of cranberry velvet skirts with pink mira mist tops. Their dresses featured sheer full sleeves with a wide cuff, a high collar, and pink lace and velvet trim. Their headpieces wore loops of velvet ribbon and petals trimmed with gold. Their shoes matched their gowns and they each carried a nosegay of pink mums with red trim. Miss Brenda Jiskoot, niece of the groom, and Miss Susan Van Meeteren, niece of the bride, were flower girls. Their gowns were identical to the bridesmaids. They scattered pink and red petals in the bride's path. Mr. Mark Jordan, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. He was dressed similiar to the men in the wedding party and carried a white lace pillow. Mr. Dave Van Meeteren of Sheldon, brother of the bride, served as best man. Mr. Bill Moore of Orange City and Mr. Marv Schiebout of Hospers, friends of the groom served as groomsmen. Mr. Douglas Jiskoot, nephew of the groom, was the junior groomsman. Guests were ushered into the church by Mr. Bill Caswell of Orange City and Mr. Leland Jiskoot of George. The men in the wedding party wore tuxedoes with white carnations. The groom wore a red rose. The bride's mother chose for her daughter's wedding a aqua double knit coat-dress trimmed with matching lace and accessories. The groom's mother chose a blue knit dress. Their corsages were red roses with gold trim. Guests were registered by Mrs. Wayne: Van Me'eteren,. sister-in-law of the bride. Miss Sharon Roskens, a college friend of the bride, was the bride's personal attendant. A reception for 200 guests followed the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Van Meet- eren served as dining room host and hostess. Punch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson of Paullina, friends of the bride and groom. Onen- ing prayer was given by Rev. Harris Verkaik. Throughout the reception, harp music was Provided by Mr. Dennis Dillon. Cake cutters were Mrs. Wilmer Jiskoot and Mrs. Sidney Jiskoot, sister-in-laws of the groom. Mrs. William Nieuwendorp and Miss Gladys Van Meeteren, aunts of the bride, poured coffee. Mrs. Bill Casewell, Mrs. Ray Meyer, and Mrs. Lowell Bonnema, college friends of the bride attended the gift table. Gifts were carried by Sarah, Eunice, and David Jiskoot, Mrs. Rodney Jiskoot was in charge of pinningcorsages. Waitresses were Twyla Den Hartog, Jackie Van Kekerlx, Carol Jiskoot, Barb Van Nyhuis and Gloria Vellinga. The bride and groom are both students at Northwestern College. Presently, Dolly is student teaching at Primghar and Allen is student teaching and interning in the Sheldon High School. The couple is living near Sheldon. Jeralyn Steinstra becomes bride of Robert VandeVegte Jeralyn Steinstra and Robert Vander Vegte spoke their marriage vows on Wednesday, Dec. 29, at the Hope Christian Reformed Church, Hull, Iowa. Rev. Allan Dykstra performed the 7:00 p.m. candlelight double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with two spiral candleabra entwined with greenery and carnations tinted in the bride's chosen colors of deep purple and baby blue. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stienstra, Hull, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Vegte, Orange City, Iowa. Preceding the bride down the aisle, which had pews decorated with pew candles complimented with baby blue satin bows and clusters of deep purple and blue velvet grapes, were the candlellghters.Miss Elaine Vander Vegte, sister of the groom, and Mr. Peter Stienstra, brother of the bride. Mrs. Donna Strikwerda, Charlottesville, Virginia, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Katha Hengeveld, Sheldon, Iowa, and Miss Sandy Stevens, Des Molnes, Iowa, both friends of the bride and groom. The bridesmaids wore full length empire gowns of deep purple, with bishop sleeves, made of wedding crepe, enhanced with silver trim and buttons. They each carried a nosegay of deep purple, baby blue and white carnations, with blue satin streamers. Mr. Don Vander Vegte, Sioux Falls, S. D., brother of the groom, served as best man and groomsmen were Mr. Stan Vander Vegte, Orange City, brother of the groom and Mr. Darrell Noteboom, Orange City, friend of the bride and groom. Ushers were Curt Vogel and Bill Foreman, Orange City, friends of the groom. The groom and attendants wore black cutaway tuxedos, The groom had stephanotis as his boutonniereand his attendants had white carnation boutonnieres. A surprise 1st anniversary party was held on Fri. evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Highstreet at the Tony Ver- doorn home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, ArlinBre- nneman, Miss Linda Schoep, Mr, and Mrs, Mert Vander Broek, Amy and Andra, Mr, and Mrs. Ron De Jong, Rev. and Mrs. A. Eissens, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Highstreet from Doon and Mr. Don Mouw and fiancee from Spencer, Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Haverdink and family from Ankeny, Mr, and Bob Niessink from Maurice and Myra De Jong from Orange City. The evening was spent playing court whisk. CORNERSTONE of every man's financial security should be life insurance See DON VAN DER WEIDE, C.L.U. Phone 787-4500 or 737-2309 Orange City New York Life Insurance Company Life Insurance - Group Insurance - Annuities Health Insurance - Pension Plans Miss Miriam Korver, Alton a friend of the bride and groom, provided the music. She played "Trumpet Voluntary" as the bride approached the altar on the arm of her father, who wore a black cutaway tuxedo. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. The bride chose a floor length princess style empire gown, with circular train, of delustered silk-like satin; trimmed with wide French imported alencon lace. The gown had a standup collar, long bishop sleeves, trimmed with the lace, and wide but- tioned cuffs tapered at the wrists. A matching double- tiered mantilla was edged with the lace and extended to train length. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, greenery, and deep purple and baby blue stephanotis placed among the carnations. Before the vows, the soloist, 7 Mr. Tim Schiebout, Maurice,. Iowa, friend of the groom, sang "One Hand, One HearHi-« and before the ending prayer, which was spoken In unison by Rev. Dykstra and the bride and groom, he sang "O Perfect Love." The mother of, the bride chose a two piece deep purple knit coat and dress ensemble for her daughter's wedding and the groom's mother chose a deep purple dress trimmed with white. Both wore white rose corsages. Miss Shirley Vander Vegte, sister of the groom, re- eisterfid thp 295 VAN GELDER JEWELRY 2 doors west of the Bank Orange City, Iowa Linda Van Zanten was guest of honor at another shower with Mrs. Tom Noteboom, and Mrs, Jim Vermeer as hostesses. Those present were Mrs. Orvllle De Jong, Miss Geraldlne Relnders, Mrs. Joe Wlersma, and Mrs, John G. Relnders. At a Christmas party and shower combined, Mrs. Dick Van Zanten, Mrs.JoeRescwlh- kle, Mrs. Harold Hansen,Mrs. Adrian Ekdom and Barb Rexwinkle were present. : Linda became the bride of Jim Perry Johnson, Jan. 15, 1972. 40th anniversary celebrated Jan. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mullenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Den Hartog pleasantly surprised their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullenburg Friday night on their 40th anniversary. Other guests present were Mrs. Bert Kelzer, Miss Susan Van Der Zwaag, Mr. and Mrs. Jurry Van Der Zwaag, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Van Der Zwaag, Mr. and Mrs. Jake A. Van Der Griend. A phone call was received that night from Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallace at Muskegon, Mich. Those not able to be there 'were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muilenburg of Salt Lake City Utah, Mr. and Mrs. Gary De Geest of Story City, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vander Zwaag. The evening was spent socially. A delicious lunch was served by their children. The other guests presented them with a nice gift for remembrance. Birthday party for KHst! Wfnegar Ardis Mouw engaged to Fred Grein Mrs. Arthur Mouw and the late Arthur Mouw wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Ardis to Fred Grein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grein of Lakefield, Minn. Ardis is presently teaching in the Sutherland School district. Fred is employed At Ruby's Implement inHart- ley, Iowa. A July wedding is being planned. Showers held for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dky- stra were visitors on Tues. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Rooyan. Mr. and Mrs. John Jansen and Dale were Thursday evening dinner guests in the home of Donald Dahlln's family at Beresford, South Dakota. Those present at a surprise shower for Linda Van Zanten were the following: Diane Van der Stoep--hostess, Myra De Jong, Gayle Vander Wilt, Nancy Ver Steeg, Cherly De Jong, Mrs. Patty Ruisch, Connie Ruisch, Allyson Dykstra, Gloria Vander Laan, Mrs. Nancy Van Gorp, Mrs. Karen Vander Maaten, Mrs. Lynn Grooters. Unable to attend were Mrs. Le Ann Jager and Nancy Muilenburg. LOANS $50 to $5,000 Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Thirly-six Montfcrfcasis" Also larger loans available for financing of trucks and autos at reasonable rates. Household goods, autos, livestock accepted as securities. A-C Loan & Finance Go., Inc. 27 Central Ave. S.W. Le Mars, Iowa Phone 546-4103 WIN HORMiL CURE "81 "HAM at Le Mars Federal Savings and Loan Association Free Cure "81" Ham given away each week at both Le Mars and Orange City offices. VOYAGE 1150 TO 225 WED RING 62.SO 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. Over 1,000,000 hogs raised in Plymouth and Sioux counties in 1970, 'The Pork Cop/fa/ of the World Le Mars Federal Savings and Loan Association WHERE YOUR PIGGY BANKS EARN 5 % INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEAAI-ANNUAUY Classmates of Krtstl ^ egar helped celebrate herlOth birthday by attending a foiled skating party Saturday after- Those attending were Pam Plender, Rhonda De Wit, Laurie Kleinwolterink, Jennifer Deets, Wanda Larson, Lelshi De Jong, Colleen Elssens, Julie Fretz, Nancy Punt and 'kristl's sister, Kathl. the girls enjoyed the traditional birthday cake at the Robert Wlnegar home, after which Kris opened her gifts and games were played. Local Hem Staff Sgt. Barry Meyllnk left on Tues. to Luke AFB In Denver for six weeks of specialized training. He will then return again to Offut AFB In Omaha. Rev, and Mrs c i and family from Bloo'J Minnesota were recem .in the homes of Mrs SprikandMr.andMrs' Jasper. They also vi«ii x other relatives and fr! a few days, Lyle Berneklau m . . recently discharged t!l Army at Fort Howl™ spent a few days vi«J the Carl Mulder S! with Audry Mulder in College. '' Mrs, DlckVermesr Platte,, Neb. stagea,., prise birthday party J mother, Mrs. H. j, ' on Sat. afternoon. QI™ Mrs. Huber's home wed Edna Roelofs, Mrs Brink, Mrs. Lena L, Mrs. H. Van Stryland > Florence R. Mouw, Mrs! nie" Jansma, Mrs. Ella Raak and Mrs. Henry j ders. A | Dry Cleaning offer 20% Discount Save 20% on dry cleaning orders of $3.00 or mm Pillows are beautifully cleaned and put in new | --20% off. Carpet and furniture cleaning — discount. Offer begins January 31. Stop our routeman or leave at Frank's Shoe Store - Orange City Bert's Barber Shop - Alton Ed's Barber Shop - Hospers Cleaners Launderei Ave. N.E., 546-41611 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 27, 1972 Used Furniture and Rugs RUOS l-Pc. 15' x 19» 1-Pc. 14'6" x 17'3» '1,5' ,x,13»r. same .pattern 13'3" ,,x 13'6" and color 11' x 17' same pattern 1-Pc 1-Po 1-Pc. 11' x 17' and color 1-Pc. 11' x 8 JEAfOMf FURM7W 1-Double Dresser and Nite Stand to match — can't tell from new 1-8 Drawer Chest and Bookcase bed to match, Lite wood — like new 1-Chest of Drawers 2- Full size inner spring mattresses — clean and good 1-Single size 3/3 Box Spring and Innerspring Mattress to match — like new WING WWWRl 3-Pc. Curved Sectional -- good condition Brown Davenport — good condition Early American Sofa -- good quality 3-Studio Couches — excellent condition •Several Chairs, Rockers, Floor Lamps, Table Lamps, Occasional Tables Biege Sofa -- real nice KITCHEN fURNIWRE 3-Kitchen Sets -- Tables and 4 Chairs to match Mahogany • Drop Leaf Wood Table with 2 Chairs to match HWEH APPUAH&S 9 1-A.B.C, Automatic Washing Machine — good condition 1- Maytag Square Tub Washing Machine —, it works 1-G,E, Clothes Dryer -- good condition 1-Admiral Electric Stove 1-International Electric Refrigerator need d & Antique Chest KRAAI FURNITURE of Orange city IE SIOUX i

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