The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 9, 1972 · Page 7
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1972
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i Vander Pol bride of f Van Heuvelen vows of Rhon- jjjr pol and Conley leiivelen were spoken j Nertlrk Reformed i Hospers, Iowa at 7:30 W. 23. Parents of the lie Mr. and Mrs. Harler Pol of rural Alton and Mrs. Benard velen of rural Hosie Rev. Clarence Van m officiated at the ing ceremony before decorated with spiral ra, pink carnations, apgragons and pom jnd Ihe Unity Candle. 1 music was played Audley Dolphin, Jewelann Vander nsln of the bride and lidrlnga cousin of the j the candles before al party entered to Be To Thee" by The bride and her facetted to the altar ligfln's "' "Wedding Conley sang, "One One Heart" and Mrs. Vrles, friend of the sang "For All We and as the couple knelt, md's Prayer." We, given In marri- I her father, wore a ifth, gown of soft vel- iiied with venlse lace high neck, bls- teves, empire bodice rcllng waist. Thebo- W small button trim A-llne skirt. She wore to? floor length man- silk Illusion, edged in unsecured to a demi l$he carried a white jjflft;p( her aunt and Jflxwl teacher, Mrs. [Graaf, from which jspade of pink roses Mch of purple hya- li'<: Ipf honor was Mrs. •», sister of the ismalds were Mrs, |-.Vander Pol, sister like bride and Mrs. PV sister of the «V wore floor len- »velvet gowns with »lantern sleeves, ^!«e with trim of pJ and featured full iW carried baskets Pms and ponpoms Jpk ribbon and Ho- DMAAH. I Van Heuvelen, room, was best ismen were Mr. IWa, brother in *Woom and Mr. " Pol, brother BjT. : rJiBrswereHar- •m*f Pol, brother l.w and Arlin Van K'?' the -E 11001 ". Pckdoublebreas- »W white ruffled l»pomworearose fcl th ? othermen g Party wore pink Vander ebrlde.carr, Pink rose pe. esa «« heart ""andworeablack [ Party left ^ Mendel! lC -Van of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Pol of Hospers, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Andringa and Mrs. Sip Slpma of Orange City. Miss Rosemary Van Heuvelen, sister of the groom, registered the guests at a table decorated with pink and purple streamers and a purple plumes pen. A reception was held in the church parlors for 170 guests. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roghair, cousins of the bride. Mr. Tom Smith and Miss Peggy Hofmeuer, classmates of the bride served punch. Opening and displaying the gifts were classmates of the bride, Miss Janice Moss, Miss Shirleen Vande Weerd , Mrs. Dennis Beltman. Miss Judy Rensink, Miss Llla Dlekevers and Miss Judy Hulsman. Cake cutters were Mrs. Vernon Schemper, and Mrs. Ray Van Heuvelen, aunts of the groom. Mrs. Elvern Bootsma, sister of the groom and Mrs. Richard Van Heuvelen, sister in law of the groom presided at the silver service/* Lunch was served by the Guild for Christian Service. A short program followed the ceremony with Mr. Clarence De Groot, uncle of the groom, as master of ceremonies, The Rev, Clarence Van Heuekelom opened with prayer. The Misses Deanne and Rosemary Van Heuvelen sang, "We've only Just Begun." after which the bride and groom cut the cake which was centered with a fountain through which purple water flowed. The cake above the fountain was topped with two love birds and decorated with pink roses. Mrs. Frank De Graaf gave an original reading entitled, "A Letter to Our Daughter." Mr. Delmar Netten, uncle of the groom, gave a few re marks and closed with prayer. The bride left in her wedding gown for their honeymoon trip to Denver, Colorado. The couple are now at ^home at 519 3rd St. S.W., in Orange City. The bride, a graduate of Floyd Valley High School is employed at K Porducts. The groom is a graduate of Unity Christian High School and is employed at Vogel Paints. Local Newt Guests in the home of Jake Foreman on Sunday evening to help him celebrate his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foreman, Mr. and Mrs, Joubert Wassenaar and Mr, and Mrs. Bud Aalbers from Alton, Mrs, John Wiersema and Mr, and Mrs. Wm, Niewenhuis from Hospers were visitors and Sunday supper guests Jn the home of Mrs. Maggie Reekers of Sheldon. Mr, and ' Mrs, John Vogel returned last week after attending a convention in Georgia and then a return trip home through the South. They also visited with their son, Jerry, at Fort Hood, Tex, Sunday evening guests in the home of Mrs. Henry Visser were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Woud. stra and family and Mr, and Mrs, Merlyn Rowenhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs, Tony Ver-f doom and Mr, and Mrs. Brad Hlghstreet of spencer spent from Friday evening to Sun< evening visiting with the Haver.dink family In f They named i\ * e BABY a & L nd i M0rs ' Dennls Van Zee ^came the parents of a UdDV (Tin sitttH*itf i£n .. t_ ^ «• . . i^«* anrt h ounuay, March 5, She weighed 7 Ibs 4 oz* and Mrc nMi n T ed Tanya Lee> Grandparents are Mr. AH felfi; ^, R °Shair of Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Oranee rifv i ?t, Zee of1Hos P ers - M r. Ben Te Grotenhuis of urange City is the great-grandfather Jeanna Lynn is the newest addition to the Rod De Hoogh home in Orange City. She was born March Z and tipped tne scales at 7 Ibs. B£ oz. Her mother is the former Jeantne Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruba of Remsen are the proud parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Van Ommeren of Boyden were surprised March 5th with the arrival of Jeremy Lee. He weighed In at 8 Ibs. IQ\ oz. and his mother Is the former Donna Koele. Dana Lyn Wasser Is the newest member of the Dennis Wasser family In Ireton. She appeared on the scene on March 6th and was 7 Ibs. 3 bz. Kay De Vries Is her mother's maiden name. How To Make Meatloaf Best Yot/i Ever Ate Meatloaves are family cooking of the best kind-savory, satisfying, economicaj. But there's a world of difference between a meatloaf that is just so-so, and a masterpiece of the art. Turn to this newly-created recipe to make an incomparable meatloaf, delicious in flavor, perfect in texture. To bring out the real heartiness of the beef flavor, Ac'cent is used, and this important ingredient also blends all the flavors and seasonings together. Treat your family to the top of the meatloaf art. Masterpiece Meutloaf 1 1 /2 cups soft bread crumbs 1 cup tomato juice '/ 2 cup finely chopped celery Vfc cup finely chopped onion 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese 2 pounds ground beef chuck Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aberson will quietly commenorate their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday March 14. there are five children, Mrs. John A. Vlsser, from Sioux Center, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eason, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Aberson both from Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aberson, and Mr. and Mrs. David Palsma of Alton. They have 20 grandchildren and 2 great irrand- chlldren. 1 egg 2 teaspoons Ac'cent 1 teaspoon salt l /4 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon dried leaf thyme 2 teaspoons prepared Beat egg lightly in medium bowl; add Ac'cent, salt, pepper, thyme, mustard, bread crumbs and tomato juice. Mix until all ingredients are very well blended. Mix in celery, onion and cheese. Break up ground beef and add to bowl; mix lightly but thoroughly with a fork. A meatloaf shaped like a roast is easy to do. Just take an 18-inch piece of 12-inch wide waxed paper, put meat mixture in center, and fold paper over meat to make ends meet. Hold ends of paper; with other hand, push meat mixture toward fold, forming a roll. Lift waxed paper, fold ends of meat toward center, repeat pushing and shaping until smooth compact roll, 12 to 14 inches long, is formed. Slide roll onto baking sheet or shallow baking pan. If a loaf shape and a moister meatloaf are desired, press meat mixture lightly into 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake uncovered in 375°F. ovln 1 hour to 1 hour and 10 minutes. YIELD: 8 servings. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. '|Jlfj Rath Whole Boneless Hams Good Value Bacon Center Slices ib.'P Ham Quarters ib. 99* cor/on Rath Center Cut Braunschweiger ........... b 49* Land O' Lakes 2 to 4 Ib. Average Pork Turkey {MIA Hindquarters Ovi rum TO* Chops f 9!f Good Value All Meat Weiners sr49 MOUW'S Prices good thru Mon., March 13 Hunts Tomato Juice 3^$1 Chef Boy-ar-dee Cheese Pizza Heinz Keg-0-Ketchup 5W Franko American Spaghetti 2/33t Kitty Clover Potato Chips Flav-o-rite Lettuce head Chocolate Chips & Sun Sweet Moist Pack Prunes Mop &Cto floor Care Super Valu Coffee all purpose grind bag Wells Cottage Cheese us, Wells Chip Dip 33t Kleenex Decorator Towels 3 Jumbo $1 rolls V York Aspirin 5 grain 500 ct, bottle 69f «- WEEK Q Mtr.OtoMMr. 11 VALUAfttl COUPON 99 WITH _ ,^ ~~r- •-,— THIS COUPON f f VALUE 16"X 20"c*m*f 4$5.00 * * '^••"C POrT ORDER OH MINIMUM MARKUPS 8. FAIR \^^P«<5 rt\Cj& MO«E TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED HOME OWNED . . - HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED , . , HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED , . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 9, 1972^-7.

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