The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 9, 1972 · Page 6
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1972
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Ymi And The Gals And Peanu .L V/W- * -• -Ti-jft'-TiMmHr^^^ii^tai^B^Mii^aHi^^Mi-iiTr- < .1 HHRITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS ******* Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m Carol De Leeuw, ras s Beverly De Groot becomes bride of Wallace Boogerd The marriage of Miss Beverly Gale De Groot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony De Groot of Hull, and Mr. Wallace Eugene Boogerd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boogerd of Hull, was solemnized February 19, 1972, at7; the First Reformed Church of Hull, Iowa. The Rev. David C. Ter Beest performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with a unity candle and lighted candelabras entwined with yellow pom poms and acacia. Mrs. Harold Boogerd, sister in law of the groom, provided the nupital organ music and accompanied the so- list, Mr. Vernon Haagsma, brother in law of the groom. The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father and they proceeded down the white carpeted aisle marked with moss green pew bows, where she was given In marriage at the alter by her parents. The solist sang "One Hand, One Heart" during theligh- ing of the unity candle. Before the ending of the prayer Rev. Ter Beest, the bride and groom spoke the Lord's Prayer in unison followed by "Our Wedding Prayer. The bride was elegant in a toe length gown of sata peau with scalloped Peau D Ange bib on hi rise bodice and lace extending down the front of the skirt, ruffled cuffed bishop sleeves, and a high ruffled neckline. Detachable chapel train with scalloped trim. Matching mantilla of silk illusion edged in peau Dange lace, floor length attached toademi crown of peau lace. The bride carried a cascade of golden wave roses and baby's breath. The bride also carried a handkerchief given to her by her Grandmother Jantzen. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Stephanie Durband a friend of the bride. Miss Carol Reuvers and Miss Kristin Friedrichsen, friends of the bride and Miss Debra Stoehr, cousin of the bride, were bridesmaids. Theywere all dressed in gowns of celery green mirra mist bodices, accented with ruffles and moss green velvet buttons and skirts ofmoss green velvet. Their headpieces were of moss green velvet ribbon. Attending the groom as best man was Mr. John Boogerd, brother of the groom. Mr. James Boogerd and Mr, Harold Boogerd, brothers of the groom and Mr. Brent De'Groot brother of the bride, were groomsmen. The groom was attired in a black Edwardian tuxedo and the men in the wedding party wore black tuxedos with white ruffled shirts trimmed in black. Each wore yellow boutonnieres, except the groom who wore a yellow rose bud. The flower girl, Miss Andrea Scholten, niece of the groom who wore a dress id- entical to the attendants dresses. She carried a basket of yellow petals which she dropped for the bride. Master Grant Boogerd, nephew of the groom, acted as ring- bearer, carrying a white satin pillow, which was also used in the brides mother's wedding, on which the rings were laid. The ushers were Mr. Ronald De Groot, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Warren Boogerd, nephew of the groom, which also wore black tuxedoes. The mother of the bride chose a street length 3-piece double knit suit of celery green with matching accessories. The groom's mother wore a blue knit dress with a matching jacket with black accessories. Both added corsages of cumbidium orchids. The grandmothers had corsages of yellow carnations. Mrs. Arlyn De Berg and Miss Susan Klein, friends of the bride were the brides personal attendants. Miss Karen De Groot, cousin of the bride, registered the guests, and Mrs. John G. Scholten, sister of the groom, was the corsage attendant. Miss Marla Scholten and Miss Beth Boogerd, nieces of the groom, were gift receivers and Mr. Michael De Boer, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Wesley Boogerd, nephew of the groom, were the gift bearers. Misses Hillene Kraayenbrink, Denice De Wild, Phyllis Rodenburgh, and Sharla Hulst, friends of the bride,were the giftdispla- yers. . performed the ceremony. The brides maid of honor was Mrs. Clifford Brunsting of Orange City, and the groom's best man was Mr. John Blom of Alton, both frle tey a'rVnofmaking their home in Orange City Carol is employed as secretary at K-Products, and Paul attends Western Iowa Tech. at Sioux City. 25th anniversary to be celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Ben Koele of Orange City will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Tues. March 14 with a 7 o'clock dinner at the Holland House for relatives and friends. The couple have two boys. Darwin Glenn employed at Sioux Falls and Ronald Eugene at home, and employed at Da Mar Implement. Pete' Faber from Calif,, visited her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hlltje Faber on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Sloth- ouber from Boyden and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vei• Hoaf from Sioux Center and Mrs. Lois Grooters from Pella, visited Mrs. Jeanette Sloth- ouber, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoogland and Kevin from Ireton called on Mr. George Twillman on Tuesday. Mrs. Maggie Dolphin and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hulst from Hospers visited Mr. E. J. Roelfson on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed VanEngen and Mrs. M. Ten Napel.of Ireton called on Mr. Fred Van Schepen on Tuesday. Mrs. Heemstras visitors for the week were Mrs. Ann Heruhye from Sioux Falls, Mrs. Dora Haarsma, Mr. Clarence Reeves from LeMars, Mrs. Jake Porter from Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Pelt of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Theo De Hoogh, Mrs. Dora Smits and Mrs. Peter Kroese. Mrs. Lou Vander Schaaf from Hospers and Mr. Ben Veldhuis from Games called on Mr. John Van't Holl and several others on Monday afternoon. Mr. John Beckmann from Granvllle was admitted on Monday. Mrs. Lois Grooters from Pella is spending about 10 days with her mother. .Last ^LtVrrv^tS eye 'surgery, then they spent the night at the home of Mrs. Weeks in Vermillion, return- E| to Orange City on Thursday. She will take her mother back to Yankton for a checkup on Wednesday. . Mrs. Hospers is getting along quite well after surgery. Mr Nick Aalbers and Miss jane Mann from Das Moines visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brower on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wiers ma from Newktrk visited Mrs. Jake Slemonsma on Saturday. *,*< Peanut Cheese Mold 2 tablespoons gelatin 2 cups milk 1 cup shredded sharp cheese 1 8-ounce package cream cheese iA cup peanut butter ,-, • . .—• i Soften gelatin in V 4 cup milk; heat remaining miffl hniline- remove from heat and stir m sharp | boiling, remuvc t, llH _, oliprine until m.lJ 1 cup dairy sour creai 1 tablespoon vinegar 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup sliced celery . 1/2 cup green pepper sM 1/2 cup sliced radishes ' Vi cup minced onion Following the ceremony, a reception for 225 guests was held in the Hull Community Building, with a short reception program. A solo was sung by Miss Gloria De Boer and a duet by Misses Kathy and Crystal Boogerd. The cutting of the cake by the bride and groom. The rice attendants were Miss Karla Beyer and Miss Laura Grevengoed. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Van Roekel, friends of the bride and groom presided as host and hostess. Punch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wissink, also friends of the bride and groom. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. John Boogerd and Mrs. James Boogerd, sister in laws of the groom. Mrs. Dorothy Boer, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Vernon Haagsma, sister of the groom, poured coffee. The lunch was catered by Mrs. Fluit. Assisting as waitresses were Misses Peggy Vis, Mary Brouwer, Janna Dykstra, Lynn Woelber, Delores Smit, Lorena Van Leeuwen, :aura Reuvers, Lora Belle Vander Zwaag, Gloria Wissink, and Janice Bonestroo. For her going away outfit, the bride chose a pink sweater and skirt with black accessories. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 407 5th NE, Orange City, Iowa. The groom is employed at De Haan Electric in Orange City and the bride is employed as a secretary in the Orange City Municipal Hospital. local Nem Sunday dinner guests in the Peter Van Vugt home were Marty Dresser, Priscilla Thompson and Joan Crawford, all students from St. Paul Bible College who performed in an ensemble group at the Dover Avenue Alliance Church on Sunday morning. Relatives here received word of the death of Mr. Ernest Van Roekel of Lynden, Wash, last Wednesday morning. He had suffered an apparent heart attack. Survivors include the wife and two sons, Orville in California and Gerald in Lynden. There are also two grandchildren. He was proceeded in death by a daughter at the age of 13. He is also survived by one brother Ben Van Roekel and one sister, Mrs. Jeanette Van Stryland both of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vander Schaaf from Sheffield, Iowa were weekend guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Van Steenwyk and family. Rev. Burrell Pennings from Clara City, Minn, was a caller at the Jake Bonnecroy home last week while attending the Northwestern College Board Meeting. Mrs. Don Hakeman and daughters of Sanborn were visitors on Sunday in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs, Robert Rieckhoff, Feb. 29; Ben Gesink, March 2; Mrs. Rod Hough, March 2; Dick Andringa, March 2; Dale Leusink, March 2; Mrs. Wilbur Kots, March 4; Art De Boer, March 5; Mrs. Dennis Van Zee, March 5 HOSPERS Rev. Clarence Van Heukelom, March 1 ALTON Lawrence Richie, March 1; REMSEN Mrs. Lawrence Hames, March 2; Mrs. James Ruba, March 4 IRETON Chris Westergard, March 4; Mrs. Dennis Wasser, March 6 •»..-.*?•<• '•• BOYDEN Mrs. Virgil Van Ommeren, March 5 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Marion Muilenburg, February, 29; Mrs. John Van Kalsbeek and daughter, March 1; Barry Lefever, March 2; Dale Leusink, March 3;Mrs. Gerrit J. Van Es; Ben Gesink, March 4; Mrs. Robert Rieckhoff, March 5; Mrs. Rod Hough and baby, March 6 MAURICE Mrs. Fred Jahn, February 29 LE MARS Al F. Gengler, February 29 ALTON Mrs. Virgil Hoebelheinrtch and son, February 29; Mrs. James Ball and son, February 29; Mrs. Ken Kleinhessel- ink and baby, March 2; Lawrence Reichle, March 6 MARCUS Mrs. Richard Ruden and son, Feb. 29 REMSEN Mrs. Lawrence Hames, March 3 GRANVILLE Mrs. Al Schwarz, March 4; Christina Schuver, March 6 Mr. and Mrs. Al Vander Berg and Miss Helen Rozeboom returned on Sunday after a month's visit at Fairfield Bay, Ark. Mr. Clarence Reeves from Le Mars called on Mr. Ed Sorgdrager. HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sura to visit our next Beltone Service i Center and salt. UOOl unui BiiB'"''J r i,..^...~..--. ••-• .....ic, . some of the vegetables in a design m greased 6-cul mo?d Stir remaining vegetables, Sito gelatin mixtuJ Sto mold. Chill until set. Slice and serve. Make 8 ] servings. l those finger sandwiches pictured alongside 1 and so easy to make: Blend equal parts orange dea^d peS butter; spread on Vead fmgers; a fewTumtes until they are bubbly. Rachel Vander Laan, Ruth Langstraat of Sioux Center, and Sandra Quay of New York all students at Northwestern, left on Saturday morning for Louisiana to visit with friends. Northwestern students are enjoying their Spring Break this week. Rachel will return by bus on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Geslnk of Sioux City were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Vermeer. At the Village Hotel 10 a.m. until noon Wed., March 15 HEARING AID CENTER Donald E. Hoffman 521 Grand Ave. .;.. Spencer, Iowa Phone 262-1766 "Alcohol-How Long Will It Be Before It pres a Problem or a Tragedy to Your Family" Sioux County Republican Women are presentL an interesting and vital panel discussion for all I terested women in the county. This is a brtrf March 17, 9:30 a.m. at the Holland Housel Sioux Center. Cost is $1.00 per plate. SOME QUESTIONS TO BE DISCUSSED 1 Do laws protect the guilty or innocent? 2* How will the new law, the 18 year oldi to drink, affect your family? 3. Why have alcohol accidents more i than douil ' in the last 8 yrs.? 4. The Iowa legislative view on 18 yr. old to drink & OMVI laws. Members of the panel — Moderator, Mrs. Marg Samani, Sioux Center. 1 Iowa Safety Patrolmen - Jim BonnstetW 2! Director of Alcoholic Rehabilitation CenteJ Spencer, Mr. Jess Boskins. 3. Representative Elmer Den Herder. 4. Former circuit judge, now juvenile court! feree, A. R. Nelson, Cherokee. f 5. An area 18 year old will discuss pro] con of the right to drink. • Come and be a part of this vital and inforn hour. In the Orange 'City area, call Mrs. Charlesj Hofwegen no. 737-4789. "Watch your manners! I'm a lady." She'll forgive you . , , especially if you try the Dutch Mill Pharmacy next time you need a prescription Water Conditioning— Tailored to Your Needs...with MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE Look for the Swirl «C» ...Your 'Buy Word' for Quality and Performance J& J Baby Powder $.99 $.69 reeular now Crib Age Tearless Baby Shampoo $1.49 $ OT regular ' ' ' now Thafs Call 2923--105 3rd St. N.E. KALSBEEK's in Orange City See our baby ads weekly in this newspaper, Dutch Mill Pharmacy Dial 737-4844 Orange City, Iowa The new gas rai (with self cleaning oven) Smarter because it can turn itself on, program its own cooking, turn itself off and keep everything warm until you're ready to eat. And that's not all the new gas range can do. It can clean its own oven. Regulate its flames automatically to cook at any temperature you desire. And it's loaded with work- saving features like smokeless infra-red broilers and burners-with-brains. The new gas range with self-cleaning oven. Smarter because it cooks better. Smarter because it looks better. Smarter because it comes in your choice of bold, beautiful colors and styles tailored to fit any kitchen, When it's time to replace your old gas range, you'll be smarter if you replace it with a new gas range with self-cleaning oven, "It's THt YEARS OF SERVICE VlCtPIOPlt 6—THE v, SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 9, 1972

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