The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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bows with accents of red velvet. Organist was Mrs. Dennis Wlttman of HoWells, Nebr, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Jerry De Boer of Le Mars, Iowa friend of the bride sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lords Prayer". Miss Marilyn English of Beemer, Nebr. cousin of the bride presided at the guest book. Candle lighters were Joe Kafka Jr. and James English of Beemer, Nebr. cousins of the bride. The bride given In marriage by her father wore a floor length A line gown of white velvet. The high neckline and the cuffs of the bishop sleeves were highlighted with Venice lace. Bands of Venice lace with velvet ribbon talled the front of the gown. Her mantilla of double layers of bridal illusion was edged with venlce lace. Her half cap of the matching lace and velvet ribbon held her mantilla with a blusher veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of red roses, white snowflake mums and babys breath. The arrangement featured * removable corsage. Mrs. Brad Craig of Ponehi Springs, Colo., friend of the bride was matron of honor. Mrs. Dan Jepsen of South Sioux City and Mrs. Terry Cosier of Breatrlce, Nebr. cousins of the bride were bridesmaids. They appeared In alike empire waist gowns of red velvet with long puffed sleeves. The scoop neckline was detailed with a ruffle. The waist was accented with a red satin ribbon, w^th a bow In front of the dress. Their headpieces was a crecent of flowers of red velvet held by four layers of veiling. They carried a colonial arrangement of a big mum surrounded by feathered mums and loops of red velvet ribbon, long red velvet streamers were added. Donna Kratke of Fender, Nebr. was flower girl and wore a white floor length gown, with a red velvet sash. Her headpiece was made of white mums. Michael English of South Sioux City , Nebr. , nephew of the bride, was ring bearer and was attired In a black tuxedo, The brides mother wore a two toned acqua-knlt dress • with black accessories . The grooms mother chose a cherry pink knit dress with black accessories. Both mothers wore pink rose corsages. Mr. Con. MullenburgofNew Ulm, Minn, served as best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Ronald Vanderweerd of Con- nersvllle, Indiana, and Jay Vander Wilt of Manchester, la. All are friends of the groom, Ushers were Kenneth English of South Sioux City , brother of the bride. Terry Meekma and Dale De Goel of Orange City , Iowa and Roger Ver Hoeven of Bloomlngton, Minn., friends of the groom. The groom and his attendants were attired In black tuxedos. Gift carriers were Pattl Kafka of Beemer, Nebr., Debra Kratke of Fender, Nebr., Val- arle Blrkley of Hubbard, Nebr. , and Linda Doesher of Galva, Iowa. Gift openers were Mrs. Lorvey Stark of Lincoln, Nebr. Mrs. Duane Suhr of Norfolk, Nebr. and Marilyn English of Beemer, Nebr. A reception followed at the church parlors. Host and Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kafka of Beemer, Nebr. uncle and aunt of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Fred saunders of Allen, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Scothorn of Cherokee, la., cousins of the couple assisted. Waitresses were Dolle Blrkley of Hubbard, Nebr., Diane Fahrenholz of Allen, Nebr., Janice Poppe of Scrlb- ner, Nebr., Diane Witt of Concord, Nebr. NltaBloemendaal of Alton, Iowa, and Julie Scothorn of Cherokee, Iowa. Mrs. Ron Westerhold of Pender, Nebr. and Janice Brink of Orange City, Iowa poured punch. Cutting the cake were Mrs. John Vollers of Pender, Nebr., aunt of the bride and Mrs. Maurice Swanson also of Pender, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Kenneth English of South Sioux City, sister In-law of the bride and Mrs. Howard Gunderson of Rosalie; Nebr., cousin of the bride served the cake. The cake was baked and decorated by the brides cousin, Mrs. Edwin Fahrenholz of Allen, Nebr. Pouring coffee at the Silver Service were Mrs. William Schalekamp of Orange City, Iowa, aunt of the groom. Mrs. John Suhr of Scrlbner, Nebr. and Mrs. Henry Suhr of Pender, Nebr., aunts of the bride. After a wedding trip to Colorado the'couple will reside In Ames, Iowa, where the groom Is a student at Iowa State Un- verslty, majoring In fish and wildlife biology. Karen , formerly a stewardess for United Air Lines Is now employed with Jounkers In Ames, Iowa. Dan Meyllnk and JlmSprad- llng left on Sat. for Iowa City where ley will attend the University of Iowa. Mrs. Charles Tlllema entertained on Monday evening In honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. WllbertKots. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. CralgSpl- rek and Mrs. Annette Bloe- Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plender were Mrs . Gerrlt Rosters and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Slebersma of Morris, 111. The Slebersma's had come especially to visit with his father, Steve Siebersma, a patient in the Sheldon Hospital. Additional guests in the Plender home in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Vander Wilt of Alton and Mrs. Lois Vlsser. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mey- link went to Hull on Friday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. William De Roos celebrate their 65th anniversary which was on Sat. He is 93 and she is 86. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Vlss- cher from.Platte, South Dak. spent from last Tuesday to Friday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Te Grotenhuis. Mrs. Albert Sprik was a Sun. afternoon coffee guest In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jasper. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. thleen Tarrell icomes bride of ger De Young |i ss Kathleen Kay Tarrell, fehterof Dr. andMrs.Ver- frarrel of Orange City, Roger Bruce DeYoung, of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert young of South Holland, 111., fe united in marriage on I 31 1971 at the American [formed Church of Orange .•he double ring ceremony \ performed by Rev. James I Aydelotte of Iowa City, B vlo floral arrangements of lie pom poms and red roses • e on either side of the r, and a unity candle holder ipied and made by the iom was on the altar. e bride, given in mar- IB by her parents, entered church to "The Trumpet all Sound" from the isslah. Her gown, of peau sole, was accented with dallion lace and self- 'ered • buttons. (Her/; train' i from ,,a t "pill-hox; cap Jrered in the same material I her gown. Her only jewelry is a gold locket which be- ged to her great-great- ftndmother. She carried a t of red and white longed roses. Tie maid-of-honor was Bss Peggl Tarrell, sister of | bride. The bridesmaids ire Miss Diann Mincer of jrkio, Mo., and Miss Dona Bman of Iowa City, Iowa, of the bride. They re empire-waisted gowns of Jyal blue velvet identical In lie to that of the bride's. ley each carried a single Big stemmed white rose. |The bride's personal atten- nl was Miss Melodee Dekker a, Minn. All of the gowns were designed by the bride and made by her mother. The bestman was Mr. Lyle Kroon of Sioux Center, friend of the couple. The groomsmen were Mr. Ronald DeYoung of Bloomington, 111., brother of the groom, and Mr. Larry Laursen of Vermilllon, So. Dak., friend of the couple. The men were attired In formal wear of white ties and black tails. Nuptial music was provided by Mr. Herbert Ritsemaatthe organ. He also directed the brass choir. The members of the group are: Mr. Gene Kruger, Mr. John Hubers, Miss Lynn Lenderlnk, Mr. Ray Meyer, and Mr. Roger Hop. All are from Orange City. Dr. Tarrell sang "I Take Thy Hand," which was originally composed by him for his marriage to Mrs. Tarrell. Mrs. Kathy DeYoung of Bloomlngton, 111. was at the i A reception.was held In the Fellowship Hall of the church ••following the ceremony. Assisting at the serving table were: Misses Pat and Becky Gorman of Tarkio, Mo., Miss Marcene Boertje of Prairie City, Iowa, and Miss Sherrl Van Oort of Ireton, Iowa. Miss Pam Yungbluth of Linn Grove, Iowa was in charge of the kitchen. Miss Cindy Bass of Indianola, Iowa received the gifts. The couple chose to open their own gifts. Master John- Mark and Miss Marian Aydelotte of Iowa City, Iowa passed out rice. • The bride is a senior at Northwestern College from where the groom was recently graduated. They are now making their home In Orange City. OUR UPERSAVIN6S! Butch & Roger MOUW'S SUPER V/ALU Prices good thru Mon., Jan. 31 Phone 4848 Quality lus FRESH m ''*'3% It f* WHOLE CUT UP WEEK VALUABLE COUPON JAN. 24 to JAN. 30 WITH ^<_ Good for one THIS COUPON f Jf VALUE 12" x 24" canvas & S5.00 V/-H-WL- ORDEROR MINIMUM MARKUPS & FAIR MORE TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED Wilson-Sinclair Festival "Quality Plus" Fresh Fryer Ports Braunschweiger.....b Wilson-Sinclair Corn King fifiA Franks *.PI V Handy Wrap 250 ft. roll Rewrite . prunisticks • Thighs • Breasts Oscar Mayer Bologna... • Regular Sliced • Thick Sliced 12oz. HP o-Prnkpri Jf f^ • • Commodore Pre-Cooked Breai Breaded Perch.0" V Fish Cakes Theme Books Contac Capsules Si- . Ib. F M ^en English Mr. and Mrs. Adolph English of South Sioux City,Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. AdrianSch- alekamp of Orange City, Iowa • -.-rsssASsss R&, ssa."^ 11 ^ IA ..... --"y. Beor.was . > ^ arrang ementsof red ' roses, white mums and potoseWw. The church aisles were adorned with white satin H... Flav-o-rite assorted flavors 1/2 gal. Super Valu Oranges Snow White Cauliflower No. 113 Bananas 3lbs. •10* head Russet Potatoes Texas Carrots 2 1 Ib. pkgs. Hunt's * ft f| A 10(!OFFI Fruit CocktaibUo* Oxydol ?» Mrs. Grimes IA A E>f 5 QflA Chili Beans - .rlu* Tomatoes a 08* Grape Jam Windshield Washer Antifreeze gal. Accent Rttgs Flav-o-rlte Flav-o-rite Chocolate Candy ,<« .69* Bisquick Fig Bars HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . i . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME-OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED ^ THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 27, 1972--5

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