The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 2, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1972
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Showers held for Vande Zcmdschulp Marlene Vande Zandschulp was honored with two showers this past weekend. Friday night a shower was held In we home of Mr. and Mrs, Art Kool of Hull, Hostesses were Mrs. Art Kooi, Mrs. Roger Kooi and Mrs. Louis Kool. Guests included Mrs. Berdene Vander Stoep, Lyda De Jong, Vickie and Artie Hlebult, Barb Dourhout, Mrs. Henry Vande Zandschulp and Janice, Carol Kool, and Cindy, Mrs. Louis Kool, Mrs. Lydla De Boer, Mrs. Catherine Mulder, Nellie De Ruyter, Mrs. Tena Van Kekerlx, Mrs. Earl Kool, Donna and Carmen, Mrs. Cornle Harthoorn, Mr, and Mrs. Dan De Vrles, Bonnie and Laura, Mrs. Elmer Anderson. Those not present but sending gifts were Mrs. Jeanie Kooi, Mrs. Tom Vander Bosch and Tornce Kooi. The bride to be received many lovely gifts. Games were played and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. (raeement of Barbara Ekdom and James I son of Dr. and Mrs. James W. Sprad- , )s announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. n,c stenhen Ekdom. ii Is attending St. Joseph's Mercy School of --in Sioux City and Jim Is a sophmore at •- •-, Iowa City. Public School Menu y, March 3 ierns or ham lUlo chips mots, celery, use slices i or bars nnge juice, milk pickles iy, March 6 Ipped potatoes lif loaf [« beans led pineapple iWches, milk jiiy, March 1 i itoge slaw Mth fruit pches ' iesday, March 8 ion rolls s salad rhalf iy, March 9 ier on bun K-slrlng potatoes i custard }*/ New wral students from Iowa University at Ames are '" [ their quarter break of their parents in HCity. t> l , y Garth ' ^m Feb. 25 at the Orange City rLinll el6hedl ^ at 7 Ibs. 7} oz. His mother Is the Mr S t rans een. Saturday afternoon a shower was held at the home of her parents with Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul and Mrs. Conrad Vande- Zandschulp as hostesses. Guests attending were Mrs. Cornie Bleeker, Mrs, Walter Bleeker and Karen, Mrs, William Donkersloot, Mrs. ttarlan De Stigter, Mrs, Tony Van Roekel, Miss Jennie Vande Zandschulp, Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul, Jolene and Linda, Mrs. Henry Vande Zandschulp and Janice and Mrs. Conrad Vande Zandschulp. Games were played after which Mar* ; lene opened her gifts and a delicious lunch was served. She will become the bride of Darrel Kool, March 29. Showers held for Marlene Hoekstra Miss Marlene Hoekstra was honored at a surprise bridal shower on Saturday, Jan. 29 at the home of Larry Hoekstra. Mrs. John Van Veld- hulzen, Mrs. Harold Hoekstra, and Mrs. Larry Hoekstra were the hostesses. Guests «nH«rtart Mr«s .Tat«» Mrs, Anna De Jager, Mrs. Harold Me Gllvra, Mrs. Albert Dekker, Miss Ruth ten Napel, Mrs. DonHeerde,Mrs, Art Heerde, Mrs. Harry Hoekstra, Mrs. Earl Dekker, Mrs. Ray Wlnterboer, Mrs. Ken Pederson, Mrs. Gary Ahrens, Mrs. Pete Ver Mulm, Mrs. Dennis Dekker, Mrs. Bob Ver Mulm, and Mrs. Paul Dekker. Unable to attend were Mrs. Russell Hoekstra and Mrs. Bill Rydell. Miss Marlene Hoekstra was honored at a bridal shower on , Tuesday, February 1 at the home of Peter Zomermaand. Miss Joanne Re In king and Mrs. Peter Zomermaand were the hostesses, Guests Included Mrs. Jake Hoekstra, Mrs. Harold Hoekstra, Mrs. Larry Hoekstra, Mrs. Verland Zwart, Miss Sharon Van Roekel, Miss Karen Van Re- genmorter, Miss Allyson Dykstra, Mrs. Perry Jager, Mrs. Henry Leusink and Mrs. Roger Oolrrian. Unable to attend were Mrs. John Van Veldhulzen, Mrs. Art Heerde and Mrs. Don Heerde. local Hem The Carl Van Marel family from Oklahoma City spent the weekend visiting In the Bill Van Marel home. Mr. and Mrs. George Mle- ras observed their 53rd anniversary on Sunday. Guests In their home on Sat. to help them celebrate were Dr. and Mrs. Paul Prashar and guests on Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mulder from Luverne. The Ramblers Club met last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Moret with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klay In charge of the program. Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Mullenburg from Lake Park came on Friday evening to visit with their father, Marlon Mullenburg who Is hospitalized. On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mullenburg room Springfield, S. D. also visited with their father. For tight meal schedules, Kay Kellogg recommends serving Easy Meatballs. This hearty entree Is prepared using a trio of step-saving Ingredients including corn flake crumbs, an economical binder and extender for many ground meat main dishes. Packaged spaghetti sauce mix is used as a seasoning for the meatballs and in combination with canned gravy to make a savory mushroom sauce. While the meatballs are baking, there is ample time to prepare accompaniments such as hot fluffy rice, buttered noodles or mashed potatoes and a simple green vegetable. A helpful shopping tip — two pounds ground meats packaged for meat loaf, often available in supermarkets, may be substituted for the beef, pork and veal. EASY MEATBALLS 4 cups corn flakes or 1 V/ 2 -oz. pkg. dry spaghetti 1 cup packaged corn flake sauce mix crumbs l lb - ground beef 1 egg Vz lb. ground pork % cup milk 1/2 lb. ground veal 2 lOJ/2-oz. cans (Zy z cups) mushroom gravy 1. If corn flakes are used, measure; crush into fine crumbs. 2. Place corn flakes crumbs, egg, milk and % package spaghetti sauce mix in mixing bowl; beat well. Add ground meats; mix only until combined. Shape rounded measuring-tablespoonfuls of ground meat mixture into balls. Place in single layer in foil-lined baking pan. 3. Bake in moderate oven (375°P.) about 30 minutes or until well-browned; remove from oven. 4. Meanwhile, in small mixing bowl, stir together gravy and remaining % package spaghetti sauce mix; pour evenly over meatballs. 5. Return meatballs to oven for about 15 minutes or until sauce is thoroughly heated. Yield: 8 servings, 5-6 Easy Meatballs each Debbie Harmelink engaged to John Blom Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harmelink of Orange City, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Debbie, to John Blom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C.Blom of Alton. . Debbie apd. John are both 1971 Floyd Valley graduates. Debbie is presently attending Sheldon Vocational School and employed part time at the Big 4 In Sheldon, while John is now working with his father on their farm. No wedding date has been set. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters called on Sunday to report to friends in Orange City that they were in Georgia enroute to Florla. They reported having a very enjoyable time thus far. Ronald Mullenburg from Webster City spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mullenburg. He had come especially to help them celebrate their anniversary. They named the BABY |Mf| and Mrs. John Van Kalsbeek of Orange City |:«i? parents of a daughter, born February 27, weigh* 8 ««, 4 oz. She has been named Sherrl Lynn and « brother to welcome her. Her mother is the w Judy Calkhoven. The maternal grandparents are •w Mrs, John Calkhoven of Sioux Center and the 1 Srandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pete Van Kalsbeek * r s, '•and Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. received a phone """"' from their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Warren - of Chlno, California that they are adopting <i who was born on Wednesday, Feb. 23rd. They to receive him into their home this Monday, Pii"" 1 Sy' a ? dMrs ' Larry Bloemendaal of rural Alton became toWnu ot a bab V Birl on Thursday, Feb. 17th at the toto X " os P ltal . She weighed 7 Ibs. 13£ oz. and has E" "lined Donna Ra e , She has four sisters to welcome -tow ndparents are Mr, and Mrs, Clarence W, ,«J PI. of Sioux Center, Mrs. Arte Bloemendaal of WofftL a , nd ^ great-grandmother Is Mrs. Jake Van Mr l e H Sl , oux Cente r Nursing home. ... .and Mrs. Tony Pottebaum are the parents of a ^H? Feb ' 23 « She weighed 7 Ibs. 7| oz. and has " ea J e a n Lynn. The mother Is the former Janet i wn7'M kn Rlcha rd, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard tor | t h aa v cus » p eb. 24. He weighed 7 Ibs. 6$ oz. His ''Mr '°rmer Deborah Beck ^ sinr.« rSl Jame s Ball of Alton, are the proud parents y^", Jeffrey Garth, born Feb. 25 at the Orange City Ah*. ' " WBifrhori 4n nl n it nl __ til,* m.-tthn . , rs ' VlT ® 1 Hoegelhelnrlch, of Alton, Iowa, of a bal) y boy . Patrick Owen, born Feb. oz ' The motherS " " rs - Ken Klelnhessellnk of Alton, Iowa are i« r! J baby W born Feb. 28. She weighed ' Ken Kle tnhesseUnk Is the former George D 00111 * of Marshfleld, Wise. o f a ^by boy, born Feb. 29. He weighed are v. and ha 5 been named Mark Leroy. Grand- oloLl r ' 0< ? en Hanemaayer and Mrs. Gertrude W S8 City, OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. WiUon-SinctalrCORN KING * M OA Canned Ham....;4$ OSCAR MAYER Smokie — Links ; 2 r i Puik Link Sausage A Vile Pak Bacon .\rl lo 15lb. Turkeys Commodore Brand Pre-Cootod, Breaded Perch ,69* Quality Plus Sliced f)/\t Cooked Ham 5£o9 Good Value Sliced o ti Meats.... 3**! • Beef • Zesty Beef • Turkey • Ham • Corned Beef Good Value 1% oz. C f Cf AAJU Chuck Steak ,89* 10 for 99 Beef Patties Armour Star - -» ^ Braunschweiger «,. 4SJ Butch & Roger MOUW'S Prices good thru Mon., March, 6 Good Value Regular Margarine ' * Del Monte ^^^ Catsup Poly Bag Flav-o-rite SHOESTRING Potatoes I4oz. bott/e Flav-o-rite Cheese Spread \ Vaseline Lotion Intensive Care ^ Gillette Deodorant Right Guard • Chicken • Turkey Flav-o-rite • Chicken & Dumpling Super Valu * Green Beans. Corn _ Vegetables ..:""."r.™'.r" 1 . 5 Van Camp's _ .« Pork& Beans Scans 25 ! Super Valu * — > Tomato Sauce ™ 10 Creamettes * *»* Elbo Macaroni *£ 1U Flav-o-rite Assorted Varieties _ .- COOKieS 0 39<pkgs. 1 Dinners • Salisbury Hunt's Peaches S//ces & Halves t No. 2V* can THIS WEEK'S Coupon VAlUABLf COUPON A Feb. 28 to Mar. 4 X WITH V Good for on. THIS COUPON ^ W VALUE 8"xlO"Miw«i & $6.00 ^ w ORDER OR MINIMUM MARKUPS & FAIR MORE TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED 'each Facia! Tissues.....4 20 b 0 o Xot$ l WITH THIS COUPON Limii One Coupon Per Family. Good only at Mouw's Super Valu Store . Orter expires Mon., Mch 5. Any Sales Tax M'jst Be Paid i By Consumer. 020 VALUABLE COUPON Super or Regular Kotex.,, 40 ct.' 109 WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good only at Mouy's Super Valu Store . Offer expires Mon., Mch. S Any Sales Tax Must Be Paid ; By Consumer. 030 DOOOQQlOOOQOQMQQOQOac .. t>: Check the color circular for more money saving specials HOME OWNED • . • HOME. OPERATEP . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOMP OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED ; THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 8,19 II

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