The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 17, 1972 · Page 4
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February 17, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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from Rock Rapids, former pastor of the bride, officiated ' at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with white carnations, purple mums and candleabra. Nuptial music was played by Miss Ruth DeGroot, organist. The bridal party proceeded to the tune of "Trumpet Voluntary," by Purcell. The bride and her father proceeded to the altar to Purcell's "Trumpet Tune In D Major." Winnie Maas, friend of the bride, was the soloist, and sang "The greatest of these Is love," by Bitgood, and "Our Wedding Prayer," by Grotenhuis. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a^whlte gown with long circle sleeves of chiffon gathered to a short puffy sleeve of Lyon's Silk velvet. The bodice, which was also velvet was trimmed with scroll pearl trim around the stand-up ruffled collar, sleeves, and empire seam. The gown had a full skirt of chiffon over polyester crepe with a built in train. The hems of the sleeves and dress and train had matching lace. She Linda Van Zanten becomes bride of James Johnson Mis? Linda Kay Van Zanten of Omaha, Xeb., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Van 7anten of Orange City, Iowa became the bride of James Perry Johnson of Omaha, Neb. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on January 15, 1972 at a 2:00 p.m. ceremony at the Calvary Christian Reformed Church in Orange City. Rev. F. Blankespoor officiated at the double ringcere- monv before nn altar decorated with blue and white bouquets of chrysanthemums and carnations dyed in the bride's chosen colors. Two candle trees also decorated the altar. The bride who was given in marriage by her parents chose to wear a gown of ivory satin with seed pearls on the bodice. Her cathedral length veil was also of ivory with a bonnet clustered with seed pearls- matching the dress. Her bridal bouquet was white roses, blue baby's breath and blue and white ba- bv mums. Miss Judy Van Zanten, sister of the bride from Grand Rapids, Michigan was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Andrea Van Zanten, sister of the bride from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Both attendants wore long sleeved blue velvet gowns, A-line. They carried nosegays of baby's breath, blue and white baby mums and carnations. They also wore pearl necklaces, a gift from the bride. C.indlelighters were Janet Van 7anten, sister of the bride from Orance City and Bryan De Jong from Orange City. Miss Van Zanten's gown was a blue velvet empire with a gathered waist and long sleeves. She also wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the bride. Melissa Van Zanten, sister of the bride, was flower girl, attired similar to that of the candleliehter. Attending the groom was Michael Thrash, brother-in- law, from Denver, Colorado. Groomsmen was Mr. Michael Berkowick. All men in the wedding pany wore black tuxedos. Mike Noteboom and Tom Noteboom served as ushers, Mr. Johnson ushered in the two mothers. Mrs. Van Zanten chose to wear a baby blue knit dress with lace edging around the neckline and sleeves for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Johnson wore an emerald green rayon dress with ruffles at the neckline and sleeves. Miss Carla Mulder provided nuptial organ music. Myra De Jong also accompanied Diane Vander Stoep on the cello. Prelude included "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by- Bach, The Lord's Prayer and Sheep May Safely Graze by Bach. The attendants entered to "Largo" by Handel. The bride entered the church to the tune of "Trumpet Voluntary in D Major" by Purcell. "Trumpet Tune" was played as the recessional. A reception followed for approximately 100 guests in the church parlors. Miss Sue Brandenburg, friend of the bride from Omaha was at the Guest Book. The bridal table was decorated with two bouquets of baby carnations dyed in the bride's chosen colors of blue and white. Friends of the bride poured punch and served as gift dis- players. The Monica Society served the bridal lunch. Waitresses were Cathy Reinders, Linda Foreman and Cindy Xoteboom. A three tiered triangular wedding cake also decorated the bridal table. The couple left on a trip to Houston, Texas. For her going away outfit the bride wore an orange knit outfit with black accessories. The bride has a commercial advertising degree and was employed as a hostess at Bishop's in Omaha. The groom was a lieutenant in the service and also has a master's degree in business. He is employed at the IBM Institute in Houston, Texas. Jean Van Gelder becomes bride of Wayne Tjarks The marriage vows of Jean r'aye Van Gelder and Wayne Xllen Tjarks were spoken at the First Reformed Church of Orange City, Iowa at 8:00 p.m. on January 14, 1972. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Gelder of Glenwood City, Wis., and Mr and Mrs. James Tjarks of Wesley, la. Rev. Wendell Pyle wore a Juliet cap of white velvet trimmed with scroll pearls with an elbow length veil. White carnations and plrik roses made up her bouquet. Maid of honor was Linda Van Vuren, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were La Donna TJark and Joyce Tjarks, sisters of the groom. They wore identical dresses, with lavender crepe bodice with lavender, pink and purple flowered embroidered trim and purple velvet full skirts. They carried bouquets of pink carnations and roses. Best man was Dale Van Aar- endonk, friend of the groom. Darwin and Rodney Van Gelder, brothers of the bride, were groomsmen. Ushers were Lyle Vande Kamp and Gil Kamps, friends of the groom. The men wore double breasted black tuxedos. Flower girl, Julie De Groot, cousin of the bride, wore a gown like the brides attendants, but with short puffy sleeves. Charles Van Gelder, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer. Candle lighters were Terry Van Gelder, brother of the bride, and Richard Luppen, cousin of the groom, Mrs. Alvln John Van Gelder was the bride's personal attendant. The mother of the bride wore a mint long-sleeved crepe dress with silver trim. The groom's mother wore a long-sleeved winter white dress with brown accessories. Both mothers wore pink feathered carnation corsages. A reception was held in the church basement for 160 guests.. Sitting at the guest book was Carol Smits, friend of the bride, who sang at the reception the "Wedding Sing," by Paul Stuckey. Cherl Van Soelen and Karl Neerhof served the punch. Coffee pour- ers were Mrs. Tony Kuiper and Mrs. Donald Brooks. Gift receivers were Paul Van Gelder, Marlyn Tjarks, Larry Van Gelder and Wayne Van Gelder. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Bill De Groot. Sheila Van Drunen and Bob Schippers opened and displayed gifts. Cake cutters were Mrs. Rodney Van Gelder and Mrs. Darwin Van Gelder. Waitresses were Delane Kruger, Donyce Kruger, Marjo De Groot, Marilee De Groot, Bafb Te Brink and Ch6fyl honeymoon in the Minneapolis area, a reception was held in Baldwin, Wls nn the 21st. The couple IS nSw a? home* at 1090 S, State St. In Garner, la. Jean is employed by Wlnnebago In Forest City, and Wayne works for Butler Steel and Automation in Garner, Local Hem Dr. and Mrs. Don Luymes Jennifer and Kirk from Mitchell, S.D. spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort. Also Joining them on Sunday were Mrs. Don Hakeman and daughters from Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. HllbertVande Kamp and family from Rock Valley were visitors last Frl. evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vande Kamp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grooters will ce 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday Fetfal open house at their home from 2 to r, n m nl will be hosted by their children. ' '"" All friends and relatives are welcome, Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel will be leaving on a business trip to Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.lntjl ing fromMauricevfttjl last weok in theho«t Jeanette Van StrylarJ MOUW'S OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MOM. THRU SAT. YOU'LL LOVE thel VALUES Prices good tnr Mon.. Febr. 21 U.S. Choice Morrell Pride Braunschweiger Chubs. Wilson-Sinclair Corn King Franks «,. ENTER MORRELL'S "EAT HEARTY" CONTEST Cedar Valley Sliced Bacon , lbs . $ 1 M Herring Cutlets. ,r 79* Commodore Pre-Cooked g|f Breaded Perch ,, 69* Herring Cutlets , g oz 99' HAIR SPRAY Aqua Net 68* Joy Liquid 32 oz. bottle with coupon Flav-o-rlte Chocolate Candy Fresh Eggs 14 oz. bag 2/ 2 doz. family pack with coupon 69* 79* Royal Danish ' Frozen Dessert Vanilla, Choc., Maple >/ 3 MM Heinz Ketchup Cherry Pie Filling Wilderness 2 79$ Aires Facial (175 ct. box) or Bafhroom < 2r °"> MIX King of the Bakers •• U.S. No. 1 IDAHO RUSSET 4fc4fc^| Potatoes P™ Contact Capsules Hostess Cherry Pies 99< 3/39* THIS WEEK'S 5*tf*s <>*> Coupon ' ' '"' ' VALUABLE COUPON FEB. 14 to FEB. 19 WITH Gooj) for on* THIS COUPON 11"x14"c*nvM 8, $5.00 rTHTTT 1 ORDER OR MINIMUM MARKUPS & FAIR jT£\£/f!/ MORE TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED 9f tlf »/^fcWW Texas Cello Carrots Crisp and Solid Green Cabbage Ib. pkg. Ib. Washington State Extra Fancy Red Delicioui si™ °nf. 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