The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 30, 1972 · Page 7
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March 30, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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and Mrs. Hans Vander Maten of Orange City ,', t e the engagement of .their daughter, Judy to Smlt <" Grand Rapids, Michigan, son of Mr. and Garysmtt, Sr. ^September wedding is being planned. April 3 etll and meat beans sauce i Iches, milk , April 4 d potatoes ••dipped fish crisp Iches, milk iy, April 5 i rolls ofs |y, April 6 d potatoes (HS) putties Iclies, milk fee held for |Nayes I Mrs. Myron Van \ and Mr. and Mrs. s hosted a miscell- rer for Miss Janel ilie home of Mr. 1 Hoeven Saturday TO 18. Miss Nayes «me the bride of Hoeven May 6. [« was given for her Mr. and Mrs. Archie son Dean from Mnn. and later the l«ng, the shower. l*ere Mr. and Mrs. Parmellnk, Mr. and |Met Mouw, Jake Ver 'rom Ireton, Mr. and <W Ver Hoeven from '. and Mrs. Tony Van P Hospers, Mr. and 'We Nayes, Mr. Harry ,i«i and Rodger, Mr. [•Nolan Vander Broek F Wls. Unable to be I* 1 * Mr. and Mrs. [van Meeveren, Mr V"ryVanPeursem, [ c %, The bride re- 7«» lovely gifts after * was served. [' shower for "Zandschulp "eous bridal sho- March 22 at Nven on SSes were ' ° de - Guests inclu- In, « Zan< isculp, 1 5 l° lman - Mr s If*. Mrs. Dan De " rs - Lewis Kool. " 16 ut sending and Jerj - ws- D ° nald Sheryl VanVoorst engaged to Norm Vande Berg Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Voorst of Orange City announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheryl to Norm Vande Berg, son of Ralph R. Vande Berg of Sioux Center. A July wedding is being planned. . Showers held for Judy Vande Berg A bridal shower was held for Miss Judy Vande Berg of San Diego, California on Sunday afternoon, March 19 at the home of Mrs. Herman Kluls of Orange City. Hostesses were Mrs. John Wiersma and Mrs. John Mol, both aunts of Judy and Mrs. Kluls, sister of Judy. Her chosen colors of pastel shades of blue, green, and lavender were carried out. Those attending were Mrs. Delbert Wiersma, Mrs. Gary Wiersma and Joy, Mrs. John Wiersma, Mrs. Wllbert Vander Berg, Gloria and Debbie of NewWrk, Mrs. Wendall Wiersma and Shelly of Le Mars, Mrs. Clarence Wiersma of Plpestone, Minn, and Mrs. John Mol of Sioux Center. Unable to attend were Pat Pol of Sioux Center and Wendy Wiersma of Pipestone, Minn. A miscellaneous bridal shower was given for Judy Vande Berg on Wednesday evening, March 22 In the home of Mrs. John Lyftogt. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Harold Menning, Invited guests were Judy's mother, Mrs. Wilbert Vande Berg and her sisters, Debbie and Gloria and Mrs. Herm Kluis. Also Mrs. Henry Bomgaars, Mrs. Frank De Graaf, Mrs. Ben Schiebout, Mrs. Clarence Van Heukelom, Mrs. Marlon Menning, Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Mrs. Guy Van Zyl, Mrs. Arie Kuyper, Mrs. Everett Boone, Mrs. Ed Harskamp, Mrs. Ron Zylstra, Mrs. Herman Har- mellnk, Mrs. Laurie Wielenga, Mrs. Gerald Vander Zwaag, Marilyn Menning and Ruth Vande Berg. The bride to be received many lovely gifts. She was married to Mr. Robert Plunkett of San Diego, California on Saturday, March 25. local New Mrs, Charles Sterrenburg has returned to her home after being hospitalized after suffering a fall. Their son, Dr. Charles Sterrenburg of Beaver Dam, Wise., will be arriving on Friday evening to spend the Easter weekend with his parents, Mrs. Nellie Mast and Mrs. Nellie Meyer of Volga, S.D. were visitors last week in te home of Mrs. Johanna Rens. Mr. and Mrs. DickVermeer of North Platte, Neb., spent last Wednesday and Thursday visiting here with Mrs. H.J. "" " s. Mrs. Hubers thenac- the hom e 6 th13 companled them back to North *- of Ms Pla tte and will spend some ikdom tlme ther6j HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, lowo NEWS ******* The Junior Church from Trinity Reformed Church gave a short musical program on Sun. evening, they were accompanied by their sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Andgrin- ga were admitted on Wed. Mr. Ken Hulsman showed slide Pictures on Tuesday p.m. The NW college students gave a Easter program on Wed. evening for their adopted grandparents. Mrs. Frances Talsma and Kay Godfrey from Sioux City called on Miss Anne De Lint on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Ver Steeg from Luverne, Minn, called on Miss Alice Blom on Saturday. Mrs. Martha Hentges visitors were Don Hoffman from Spencer, Ida Brunsman Sr, Bertilda Pick, Glen and Nlel Krogman from Alton and Anna Vortherms also called on her. Mr. and Mrs. John Brower observed their wedding anniversary on Sat. Mr. Dan De Haas a student at Manhattan, Kansas State University visited the Browers Monday. Harry Kuhl from Sioux Center came to get Mrs. Florence Fox to spend the day with her sister Mrs. Ben Kamerman there. Mrs. Harry Heemstra's guests the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Porter and Mrs. Gertrude Schafer from Slous Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Deuven from Pella and Rev. Louis Bouma from Sioux Center. Hospers Chr. Ref. Church members had charge of the Service on Sun. p.m., a ladles sextext sang several numbers, Mr. and Mrs. Vander Wilt presided, and Mr. Ed Vander Wilt gave the meditation. Mrs. Jennie and Miss Henrietta Kamstra and Mr. E. Hulst from Hospers called on Mr. E. Roelf son the past week. It's strange how hard It is to make things go right, but how easy It Is to let them go'wrong. Open house for 25th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kuiken will be celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary on April 7, 1972, with an open house In the Maurice Reformed Church Basement at 8;00p.m. The couple have three children, Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Kuiken, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leuslnk, and Leon Kuiken. They have one grandchild. All friends and relatives are invited to this event. No Invitations have been sent. The couple requests no gifts. local Hem Bob Bloemendaal of Galns- ville, Fla., who attends High School In Brookings, S.D. was a dinner guest in the William Van Klompenberg home on Sunday, He had been a weekend houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Kleinwolterlnkand also visited with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloemendaal. ;/ ^ They named /I / »t< the BABY Jana Rae is the newest addition to the Rodney KIuls family In Maurice. She was born March 21 and tipped the scales at 8 Ib. 14 oz. Her mother is the former Darlene Smlts, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Manson of Hospers became the proud parents of twin boys on Saturday, March 25, 1972 at the Sioux Center Hospital. The first-bom, Robert Wade, tipped the scales at 6 Ibs. 15 oz. and was 19 inches long after his birth at 12;47 a.m. Born at 12:52 a.m. with a recorded birth weight of 5 Ibs. 9 oz. was Reginald Wayne. He was also 19 inches long. The mother is the former Roberta Wise. Three generations back In her family there were three sets of twins. The new twin boys have one sister, Rolanda Kaye to welcome them. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Monson of Storm Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wise of Alta, Iowa. The great- grandparents are Mrs. Mary Ilium of Storm Lake, Emmett Wise of Sioux Rapids, Iowa , and Mrs. Ralph Vande Berg of George and the late Ralph Vande Berg whose funeral took place the day of the babies birth. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. Rath U.S.D.A. CHOICE OVEN READY Smoked Hams Shank Portion > 59* Lamb Legs „ 99* Swift Brown & S*rvt > p,,^ _ Sausage :.±!?. £ 59* GUI GlaMr Breakfast Smokies K«79' Good Vilut •.. Vac Pak Bacon i*^ 69 Boneless Rolled Roost Ib $109 MOUW'S the friendly folks! ) Super Vo/u Vegetables... Flav-o-rite (Assorted Flavors) '/> Go/. Grandee Stuffed Olives Cfl uu Johns Frozen Pizza Three Diamonds Crushed, Sliced, or Tidbit Pineapple Flav-o-rite Brown & Serve Rolls 3 7 ^ • pkgs. 9 - . Fabric Soffener jar Three DMmond jell-o s-10* Mandarin Oranges Salad Dressing .T39* Scotties Northern Luncheon Haptdns 60 ct. pkg. j-**"» ^^ vll*UHI**«J gj^rffi Facial Tissue REDEEM THJS WEEK'S TX C f ft ~ " ~ ~ Coupon Envr 1 !"'"'- 1 ' 1 '" March 27 to April 1 WITH Good for on* THIS COUPON 8" > 10" UKVM & 55 00 ORDER OR MINIMUM MARKUPS & FAIR MORE TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED 59 c VA(UE ^' Cooking Magic Roast in Bags with coupon Reynolds Roasting Pans RoasHn-Bags ,.?„ WITH THJS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Firnily. doM nnh M v Stores. Offer Expires Mnn, ( \,.MI ;i. Any S»les Tix MUJI Be Paid By Consumer. HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNEP . . . HOME OPERATED . . • HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED' FHE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 30, iw/a—v

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