The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 24, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1972
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Gelder of Orange City will observe the'lr 55th wedding anniversary on Tues,, Febr. 29 with an open house In their home at 426 Delaware S. W. from 2 to 5 In the afternoon. Hosts will be the couples children. Children are: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Gelder, Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Goslinga (Theresa), Sheldon, la., Mr, and Mrs. Dick W. Van Gelder, Orange City, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Muilenburg (Margaret), Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Van Gelder, Hospers, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Gelder, Plpestone, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Van Gelder, Orange City, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Vande Brake (Carolyn) Sheldon. The couple was married at Hartley, Iowa on Feb. 27, 1017. They have 26 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Friends and relatives are Invited to attend the open house. No invitations have been sent and the couple requests no gifts. Public School Menu Shirley Raak engaged to Virgil Frederes Mr. and Mrs. Martin Raak, of Orange City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Virgil Frederes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Frederes of Alton. Shirley, a student at U.S.D, is attending a double major in physcology and sociology. Virgil is also a student at U. S.D., and majoringin Accounting. A June wedding is being planned. iocs I Hem Tuesday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. John Vermeer were Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog, Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp and Mrs. Gerrit Van Klompenberg. Evonne Vander Burgt from Hull was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. J. Wlelenga and family. Friday, February 25 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery, pickles Cheese slices Cake or bars Orange juice, milk Monday, February 28 Mashed potatoes Country fried steaks Peas Peach half Cookie Sandwiches, milk Tuesday, February 29 Tatter-tot casserole Lettuce salad Applesauce Sandwiches, milk Wednesday, March 1 Vegetable soup with crackers Ham sandwiches Jello with fruit Milk Thursday, March 2 Mashed potatoes (H.S.) Polish sausage Wax beans Corn bread Apple Sandwiches, milk Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Vermeer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Marel at dinner In their home last Thursday evening In honor of the Van Marel's 40th anniversary. Addltonal guests were Dr. and Mrs. Earle Douglas. They named the BABY Mr. and Mrs. Phil Van Gelder of Rapid City, South Dakota became the proud parents of their first child, a baby girl, born February 18, 1972 at the Ellsworth Air Force Base Hospital at Rapid City. She weighed 8 Ibs. 13 oz. and has been named Pamela Mae. The mother is the former Starla Oordt. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Andy Oordt of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Van Gelder of Alton, Great grandparents are Mrs. Lucy Ennema and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Gelder of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Renslnk of Alton. Great great grandparent is Mr. Martin De Jager of Oranre City. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bootsma are proud parents of a baby girl, Mary Jo Ann born on Feb. 8 at the Sioux Center Hospital weighing 8 Ibs. 3} oz. Mrs. Bootsma is the former Patsy Mars of Maurice. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mars of Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bootsma of Melvln. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lige Mars of Ireton and Mrs. Bert Te Brink of Orange City. Also Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bootsma of Sanborn and Mrs. Bert Kaemingk of Lyden, Washington. , Mrs - t Gerald Trelnen of Remsen became the Susan Ann ' on *• ' ° 2 ' ^ tar 15 hnrn ' s the ™" arrival at the Robert Alsech home in Alton. He was born February 16 and tipped the Sbaum. S> 3 *° Z ' HiS m ° ther ^theforme^DlSe Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rens of Hull were pleasantly surprised February 17 with the birth of Melissa Kay^ 5 ' " °* ^ "- mother Is Je and Elsie Bloemendaal of Alton added another daughter to their family, Donna Rae. She was born February 17 and tipped the scales at 7 Ibs. exactly, Her mother's name before she married Larry was Cleverlnga, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schroeder of Remsen became flu. pi-oud parents of a son, Bradley Philip, on February 19. Philip's birth weight was 7 Ibs. \\ oz. and his mother Is the former Margaret Ruden. Patricia Madigan engaged to Bryan Boonstra Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madigan of Daly City, California announce plans for the June 24 marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann to Bryan Keith Boonstra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boonstra of Orange City. Bryan is in the Navy stationed In Honolulu. Hawaii. A very happy 60th anniversary A family dinner was held on Sunday at the Dutch Mill Inn In honor of the 60th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Velllnga, Out of town guests were Mrs. Al Mouw of cal; John Velllnga and daughter, Kathy, Sioux Cltyj Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vellinga and children of Marshalltown; Mrs. Wllma Klopfenstein.Des Moinesj Mr. and Mrs. Robert Velllnga and sons, State Center; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scholton and daughters of Winterset; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Korver and children of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Dick At- telsons and son of Mason City; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Muilenburg of Lake Park. They are children and grandchildren of theirs from out of town. They received phone calls to wish them happy anniversary from Cal., Denver, Iowa City, Volga, S.D., and Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vander Wai, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mulder and Ray Mulder of Volga, S.D. came to affonrt fhp(r nnon hAinw Pioneerttorne Mr, Gerrtt De Vrles visited the B Bufflngton family atHa- warden on Tuesday, that evening attended- the 25th wed* ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoogland at Sioux Center; on Saturday the Milton Remes family at Cleghorn and Sunday afternoon the Harold De Vrles family at Hull. Mr. and Mrs. George Heynen from Ml. Ayre, Iowa and Mrs. Jim Heynen from Hull called on Mrs. Grace Engbers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Kraal and Krlstl visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw < from Sheldon called on Mr. Otto Mouw Sunday. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown called on Mr. Wm. Molr. Frank De Jongs visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bert £e Jong and Mr. and Mrs. ^Joe Smlts from Sheldon and Mr. Mrs. Wm. Smits on Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Jong and family fromHos- pers on Sunday evening, Lou Brandsma was a coffee guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vande Welde Sunday afternoon. Mr. John Boer and Mr. Ray Wlerda from Alton called on George Dulstermars. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Van Zee and Darla from Hospers visited Mrs. Sarah Van Zee Sunday. Mrs. Wm, Westra and Miss Dora Dykstra were dinner guests of Miss Hendrine Dykstra and later visited In the John Korver home. Surprise party tor !0th anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Marian Klein- hesselink were surprised ort their 10th anniversary last week sat, night by Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Oi-lend, Mr* and Mrs. Norm Plender, Mr. and Mrs, Ron Noteboom, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Droog, Mr. and Mrs, Vern Vande Kamp, Mr, and Mrs. Cork Eshuts, The first part of the evening they were dinner guests and then spent the remainder of the evening bowling. They were presented with a lovely . gift and a cake. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Menn-. Ing and family from Brook. Ings, South Dakota were weekend guests-In the home of Mrs. Bert Mennlng. They had come especially for the 50th anniversary celebration of Mrs. Mennlng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlnus InfVeldtatHull Mr. and Mrs tots will leave' day) for Palmv to visit relatives. Mr, and Kley from Mrs; Peter AHon, Mr. and"^ Melles, Mrs. Bert and Mrs. Gertrude drove to Pender M, Tues. to help M r \ tt , Van Kley celebrate'hjjj Mr. and Mrs. Dale,., and Mr. Elmer wi er ,' sited with Mrs. E £ sema at Rochester Mi« this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. a few days last week" In the home of Mr Henry Kramer and' Edgerton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin* sema and Lisa were dinner guests in the t™, Mris. John Wlersema IB? of Lisa's blrthriav. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. Chuck Steak 3» Sit Lunch Meats- 49^ « All MOTI Bolovw • All BMf Bolotn* Cotto SiUml • Liw ChMtt* Pkfcfe Pimento Sauerkraut Armour Star Franks Ib. pkg. Morrtll Mealtime MOUW'S Prices good thru Mon., Febr. 28 REEMBER! Bacon £ ENTER MORRELL'S "EAT HEARTY" CONTB *. we're center .' White & Auorted TO/LET T/SSUE Charmin 4 roll pkg. 2 79* Sunny Smite Pears 3s, *1 49* Cold Medal Flour 5 Ib. bag with coupon VAlUABtE COUPON a,* WITH THIS COUPON Limit Ont Coupon P.f Fimily. Co,y| on), QI »!„,«••, Sunr Vilu Sior* . Offer enures Mun., Feb. 2t . Any Siln T»x Mutt B« Piid By Conwrntr. Dinty Moore Beef Stew Butternut Coffee Wheaties Chef Boy-a r-dee Pizza Super Valu all purpose Coffee 2 Ib. can $149 1 i with coupon 1 Ib. bag. 59* Wilderness Raisin Fie Hllhg 3 '1 Elf Crisp and Solid ICEBERG LARGE .HEAD l Red Radishes Navel Oranges 6 oz. bag 138 size Your choice . . . Northern Grown Red or Anoka White Potatoes Chicken Noodle Soup York 5 grain Aspirin Reg. 69C Gold Medal Flour 5 IN. WITH THIS COUPON Limit On* Coupon P»r Family. Good only it Mouv'i Suwr v,u Theme Books 49< Area Rugs HOME OWrCD ... HOME OPERATf 0 . . . HOME OWNEQ . . . HOMf OPf RATiP HO M| °" Otl MINIMUM MARKUPS * f* 1 " T8*P| ITEMS SXCLUPW '

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