The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 10, 1972 · Page 6
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 6

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1972
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They named e BABY Josephine Hall, A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wynand Mrs. Doris Hinman Smith of Primghar spent Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. De Vries. Mrs. Bernle Vander Aarde left Tuesday for Great Falls, Mont, to help In the Rev. Robert Vander Aarde home. Mrs. Robert Vander Aarde had knee surgery on Friday, Febr. 4, at the Deaconess hospital In Great Falls. ADMISSIONS REMSEN Gary Delperdang, Feb. 1 •> ORANGE CITY . Mrs. Henry Aarsen, Feb. ij Jamie Nlbbellnk, Feb. l;Doug Van Steenwyk, Feb. 3; Judy Wlerda, Feb. 3; David Van Steenwyk, Feb. 4; Jerry Bloemendaal, Feb. 6j Mrs. Jake Mars, Feb. 7 HOSPERS -. John Van Leeuwen, Feb. 1; Mrs. Joe .Boender, Feb. 7 ALTON Tim Krogman, Feb. 1; Ray Gambler, Feb. 4 HAWARDEN Mrs. Betty Tlmmons, Feb. 3 GRANVILLE Peter Gaul, Feb. 7 1R MrTArlan Relnklng, Feb, 7 LE MARS Karen Singer, Feb. 7 DISMISSALS ALTON „ , . AM David Holsman, Feb. i j Anthony Vonderharr, Feb,8;Ray Gambler, Feb. 5; Mrs. Charles Mez and baby, Feb. 6 C LEGHORN John Babel, Feb. 1 REMSEN . „ Elizabeth Neuenschwander, Feb. 1; Gary Delperdang, Feb. 5 ORANGE CITY . Jamie Nlbbellnk, Feb. 2; Mrs. Barney Zlgtema, Feb. 2- Derjke Vander Hoeven, Feb. 3; Johanna Groen, Feb. 4) Mrs. Henry B. Vander Zwaag, •Feb. 4: Henry Mouw, Feb. 5j Mrs. Tom Kohout and baby, Feb. 6; Judy Wlerda, Feb. 7 MAURICE „ Kathy Jo Oolman, Feb. 2 HOSPERS John Van Leeuwen, Feb. 4 ' GRANVILLE Mrs. Marcel Klein, Feb. 4 * * Mr, and Mrs. Franktt l ie ,l Htm Tuesday and also parents celebrate M1Bir , versary which will be pj| Mrs, John Jansen gave a Valentine's Coffee Party in her home Tuesday morning. The party was for Mrs. Bob Schelltng,- Mrs. Roger Droog, Mrs. Gerald Bruxvoort, Mrs. John Harthoorn, Mrs, Ronald Zylstra and Mrs. Henry Ob- blnk, Dr . T. Van Bruggen and Dr. Wayne Outzman of Vermillion were callers; In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. j, De Vries. Mr and Mrs. Arie Van beek Turlock. Marei, Mr. and Mrs C ar Mr, and Mrs. ^arin entertained at a dinnerM home on Sunday evening observance of the biri of Mrs. Ruth Vande sij Ut, and Mrs. Gerard Kjji| 1 beek attended the (\aatAt Virgil Turlock at Hendfill Minn, on Monday. n e Ws fl father-in-law of siiaron fa* Lake Minnewaska -._ . Minn. The-y enjoyed seeing Boy Scouts, from North Dak., Wisconsin and Mlnnesotahav- ing their annual jamboree on S Lake near Glenwood Minn., and seeing all the fish houses. They were lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Heemstra at Starbuck. The World War I Ban and Aflxillary met on Mo afternoon at the Town ] Miss Lyde Bonnecrqyl returned 'to the ""»•->- tel following a 2 month 1 in Florida. \ Planning Is the root ofn mixups. OPEN UNTIl 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. USDA 1st Cut Beverly Bouma bride of Larry Wilkinson The Alton Reformed Church of Alton, Iowa was the setting for the double ring wedding ceremony, January 14, 1972 at 7:30 p.m., in which Beverly Ann Bouma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Drost of Orange City, Iowa became the bride of Larry Lee Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilkinson of Sheldon, Iowa. Rev. Clarence Grevlng of Alton officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her mother and father, entered to the musical selection "Trumpet Voluntary" by Purcell, played by Mrs. Dick Te Brink of rural Alton. The bride was attired in a formal floor length A-llne gown of white polyester, a stand up collar with pearl trim around the neckline and empire waist. Her veil was floor length with a second shoulder length tier falling from a crown decorated with pearls and iridescent beads. She carried a bouquet of baby orchids accented with bows and stephonotls on a white Bible. The bridal gown and veil was made by the mother of the bride. Her attendant, Mary Den Hartog of Sioux Center, wore a gown with purple velvet bodice, lavender linen skirt and full long sleeves with a high collar. She carried a single lavender long stemmed football mum with purple stramers. Debbie Wilkinson, sister of the groom, was the brides personal attendant. The groom and best man, Daryl Sybesma, friend of the groom of Sheldon wore black tuxedos. The each had a white Lukken and Daryl Wielei. 0 a, friends of the bride of Orange City, ushered in the guests. The mother of the bride chose a purple polyester dress with black accessories. The. mother of the groom chose a 3-piece turquoise suit with black accessories. Each wore a lavender carnation corsage. As the couple left the altar the organist played "Psalm 20" by Marcello. A reception v/as held in the church parlor's after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klave, sister and brother-in- law of the bride from Sutherland, poured the punch. Coffee servers were Mrs. Elmer Borgman and Mrs. Bud Sie- bersma of Sheldon. Waitresses were GlendaFedders, Mary Sue Kahoun, Sandy Altema and Betty Hall all of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave De Kruif of Sheldon were the host and hostess. Mrs. Stan Mohning of Le Mars, Mrs. James Peterson of Remsen and Mrs. Dick Feenstra of Orange City were the kitchen helpers. Robin Wilkinson and Harriet Vander Berg of Sheldon were gift carriers. Miss Dawn Drost of Sargeant Bluff, Iowa, was at the guest book. The bride and groom chose to open their own gifts. The serving table was decorated with the brides chosen colors of purple and lavender. It was centered with a three tier wedding cake decorated with lavender roses and purple accents. Mrs. Floyd Miller, aunt of the bride from Carter Lake, Iowa and Mrs. Robert Schelllng of Orange City cut and served the USDA Choice Center Cut Chuck Roa ChuckRoast, /b. Cedar Valley Bacon Wilson Certified or Morrell Braunschweiger Morrell Pride Wieners \' Ib. '**: ^ 2lb. , carton ENTER THE MORRELL "EAT HEARTY" CONTEST Butch & ,, Roger MOUW'S Prices good thru Mon., Febr. 14 Wondeiiand SUPER VALU Phone 4848 of mm carnation boutonnlere. Brad employed. wedding cake. The bride chose to wear her wedding gown as her going away outfit. The couple are living In Sheldon were the groom is VAN CAMP'S Wanda Klarenbeek engaged to Harry Huenink Mr. and Mrs. William Klarenbeek of Orange City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Wanda, to Larry Huenink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Huenink of Alcester, South Dakota. Wanda is employed at Otis Radio in Orange City. Larry is farming with his father. A June planned. wedding is being Peg Hofmeyer engaged to Tom Smith Mr. and Mrs. PetefW.Hof- meyer of Hospers, and Rev. and Mrs. John M., Smith of Baileyville, Illinois, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter and son, Peg and Tom. Peg Is employed as a secretary a K-Products in Orange City, and Tom is a student at Northwestern College. No wedding date has been set. Hamburger, Peperoni Sausage, Canadian Bacon Flav-o-rite FLOUR » 33* Kraft Macaroni Cheese Dinner Kraft Marshrnctllows s? IJl /l ir^ •MMMMI with order of $5 or more Super Valu Coffee 99* 2 Ib. can MICHIGAN" CA RED JONATHAN Anoca White Pioneer Home news Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Zee from Hospers called on Mrs. Sarah Van Zee Friday night. Mr. Herman Vander Maten visited his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kosters in Sioux City Sunday afternoon. Mr. Gerrit DeVries visited his children, the B. Buffing- tons at Hawarden, the Alfred He Vries' at Maurice, and Miss Maria Kleinhesselink from Des Moines, Miss Wll- ma Hulsman from Dordt College and Mr. Le Roy Vande Meide called on Mrs. Minnie Huisman. Mrs. Wm Westras visitors were Mrs. Dick Lammers from Maurice on Wednesday and Mrs. Harry Mulder from Sioux Center on Friday. Potatoes 79* Lettuce John 6--THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 10, 19 Apples WITH THIS COUPON Limit Ons Coupon P«r F»mily. Good Only At Super Valu Storei. Offer Expires. • An V Sal( " T » x Be Piid By Consumer 20 Ib, bag I! 391 Flav-o-rite POTATO CHIPS 49< 12 02. box Nestles Quick Tuffy Dog Food Wells ^ Cottage Cheese \z 5T Wells Chip Dip head 29* Radishes JO fee! WEEK 5 VALUABLE COUPON FgB. 7 to FEB. 99 C HOME OWNED ... HOME OPERATED ... HOME OWNiD . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED , , , HOME OPERATED . . . HOME QWNID , , ,

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