.'an f-o='«l an'l Kevin Vanrle Kamp are waiting ?.sW H-.inriy to fill the Easter baskets they •chool. They are second graders at M-OC. Local Hem Mrs. Herman Vant Hul was pleasantly surprised with a Birthday lunch on the afternoon of "March 23. hosted by her daughters, Mrs. Howard Van Gorp, Mrs. Wm. Vant Hul, Mrs. Ken Vant Hof and Mrs. Dennis Beltman. Other guests included. Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Mouw, Mrs. Nellie Mouw, Mrs. Delia Wallinga and Mike Bietema all of Sioux Center, Mrs. Arie Bomgaars, Dennis Beltman and Paul Beltman of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feenstra of Sibley were weekend guests of Mrs. Ed Van Gelder. A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mullenburg last Friday evening in honor of the 86th birthday of Mr. Peter Vander Wei. Guests beside the honoree were Mrs. Peter Vander Wei, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vander Wei, Mrs, Selma Vander Wei, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vander Wei, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vande Brake and Arlis from Maurice and Mr. Verne Vande Brake and Miss Joan Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ruisch from Iowa City are house- guests this week in the parental Leon Roegen home during their Spring Break from the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp, Brian and Jocelyn spent the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolbrink at Stickney, South Dakota. v. :•.;•-.•,.!•.',• i'- holding thw eggs the golden '.'••h tr.<i heir; of her mother she made ',•.' -ii t'r.c-rr., Kay is ir. kindergarten at On Monday evening, March 27, Ada Versteeg assisted by Mrs. Gordon Mackie entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Campbell, Linda and Cheryl Campbell from Forest Falls, California; Mr. and Mrs, Randy Timmer from Sioux City;"Mr. and Mrs. Pete Timmer and daughters, Maria Lou and Maria Sue from Rock Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dr. and Mrs. Byron Van Roekel from East Lansing, Mich., and her mother, Mrs. Earl Klein from Pella spent the weekend here visiting his mother, Mrs. Johanna Van Ro°kel and were house guests of his sister, Mrs. Christine Vermeer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moeller drove to Boone Sunday forenoon to be dinner guests of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alvtn Franken. They then went on to Des Moines where he attended the state board meeting of the I. M.T. Insurance Compari" held Monday, Mrs. Stanley Punt entertained the Punt and Vander Schaaf relatives at their home Wednesday evening honoring her husband on his birthday. Mrs. ArieSchimmelhasre- turned home from Sioux City, where she had undergone recent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Vreeman from Raymond, Minn., came Tuesday to visit their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rens and other relatives in the area. Tonya, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bouma from Orange City, is spending a number of days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duistermars and with the Warren Marra family, while her mother is confined to the Orange City hospital. Henrietta Eppink from E. Lansing, Mich., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Eppink. She was enroute home from attending a meetingin Alburqerque,New Mexico. Vander Kooi and daughters Bette Jo and Becky Jean from Hull and Mildred Versteeg of Orange City. Marlnus Vande Griend, who has teen very 111 for some time following major surgery at St. Lukes hospital, Sioux City, has now been transferred to the local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. JakeHuisman have returned homo having spent the winter months in Calif. Also returning home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ver Hoef and Mr. and Mrs. Wiebe De Vries and Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Mouw, who all wintered in Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ver Hoef drove to Sibley Sunday afternoon to be supper and evening euests of the children, the Dan Ver Hoef family. Mrs. B. Riffe from Texas arrived by bus Friday to assist in the home of her daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vander Ploeg. Mrs. Vander Ploeg, who had emergency surgery in the local hospital, was released Monday, and the children, who were cared for by friends of the family, while she was hospitalized, have also returned home. John Martin Sjaarda and Les Kaemingk, students at the University in Columbia, Mo., spent the weekend with their respective families here. Mrs. Elrich Vermeer and daughters returned home Sunday after noon, having spent the weekend with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vermeer and family in Long Prairie, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuiken entertained children and grandchildren at dinner at the Auto Dine Thursday evening in observance of their recent 47th wedding anniversary. The remainder of the evening was spent in the Harold Kuiken home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Snel- der and daughter, Dawn, left by plane from Sioux Falls, s.u., Friday morning for Anderson, Cali.f.; where they went to attend the wedding of Kay Dukket, and Dean zoeteway, which took place there sat- day. The bride made her home with the Sneider family while a student in Dordt College. Gerrtt G. A. Van Roekel, who had emergency surgery during the night Wednesday at St. Lukes hospital, Sioux City, and who has been very critically ill since that time is showing improvement. Verlyn Broek and Ray Boone, students at the University at Houston, Texas,arrived home Saturday to spend a week of spring vacation with their respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaemingk entertained children and grandchildren at dinner at the Auto Dine Saturday evening honoring the birthday of Mrs. Kaemingk, which came March 14. Yvonne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mouw, who graduated fast spring as an R.N.,ls now employed at the Childrens medical center In Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Charlie Niessink left for Denver, Colo. Wednesday morning and will be returning home Saturday, April 1, with her daughter, Cheryl, whohas been working there and who will now be home for a number of weeks. Cheryl is to be married April 10 to Bill Brown, whose home is In Hollywood, Florida, but who is in overseas service, stationed in American Somoa. He will be completing his overseas assignment in the early part of April. After the wedding, the couple will be making their home in Denver. Mini-Sized Birthday Cakes «ike is the hlKhliKht, ol n birthday p iu i.. v . , thu fun when you multiply thi; mkiv T ' n " -sized Crunchy Piirly CJ;ik(.- lor M,.,-,,. ,,,„."," h cup nakts (chuck with miust. .-,| h.,i,,, r MI,,,,, " Since the cake is the to multiply individually Start with cup cakes icnecK wnn micst. .-,| h<n,,, r .,, her-favorite kind) and deconitf wild Dully w)n , ' ' a delicious coating of oats and almond cnu.r)] - rh "" crunch is a tously combination of qiw:k nr <,)<( i ;isili , s brown sunar, butter and sliced almonds. The rake-. iiri ,,. with frosting and crunch — plus each has a M,,|, nM frosting and crunch inside. CKL'NUIY I'AKTV CAKKS Makes 1 dozen i/j cup quick «r old fashioned i/ 4 cup sliced ,,| ni()| . oats, uucookwl ,,, 2 tabu-spoons firmly packed ~ ' .1—Lj±l brown sugar Flulfy white i,.,,, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, melted For crunch, heat oven to moderate Cifid F i fi, mb j ne brown sugar and butter until crumbly. Stir in almonds in shallow baking pan. Heat in preheated c.vcn <:i.id V, 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Cool 15 mimiii's; toss with a fork to combine. Slice the tops off cup cakes. Spread frostir,u ,,„ cut sprinkle with crunch. Replace tops on cup cakes Frost t sides of each cup cake; sprinkle with crunch. 3CE acc NOTICE Beginning April 1, mail order for "Fiddler on the Roof" will „ received at the Music Manor, 10 3rd St. N.E. Your money must ac company the order and no orcle will be taken by phone. The re quests will be prqcessed accordin to the order in which they are re ceived. The dates for the production ar Thursday, May 18, Friday, ; 19 and Saturday, May 20. Reserved seats are $3.00 an $2.00, and General, Admission . $lo50. Orders may be picked up starting May 1, when tickets go c public sale. NOTICE A mil MTM FORCE FUR MR The courthouse will be closed in the afternoon on Friday, March 31, in observance of Good Friday. -.'] Yiin'l' 1 Griend !•: IjfTi dismissed t. J<r-.'.[jh Hospi: City. in v?.nrli-r Griend made this interesting and pretty • r , \\,<-. -;wi!u" mobile. The mobile was made from • ,rifT, vr<rn, dowels and spools. Dan is a third Mrs. Walter Van Rooyen, Mrs. Nell Menning and Mrs. Tony Da Haas were hostesses at a house warming party for Mrs. Cornie Blom on Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. John Lubbers, Mrs. Ella Men- nine, Mrs. Margret Wichers, Mrs. Peter Raak, Mrs. Elmnr Muilenburg, Mrs. Jessie Oldenkamp, Anne De Lint, Alice morn and Mrs. Gerrit Top. Mrs. Blom moved into the former house of Anne De Lint. Nicole Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wynand Hegeman was baptized at the First Christian Reformed church last Sunday. Dinner guests in the liegeman home were Mr. and Mrs. John W. Draayer, Klaine and Earl, Sandy Vandor Poloflreton.Mr. andMrs. Hour-. 1 liegeman, Case and Kris, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ilegeiu.'in and Michelle of Hawarden. Mr. and Mrs. Mario De jontr and three children from Denver are visiting in the Irv/in I-'rankin home. 11' 1 • yprhui'f* and •In '. .in't Holland v .lie-. 1 v.vrc guests Hii'i'i I' o'ldr-rs ;in<l i '. >' i\\iti.i on Moni;: . JoininR thorn • fvdiii:;; v.vrr- Mr. '.:•!" V.iii Grouw '.'. inifrwl I>J Vries. Her beauty is a reflection of good health. Reflect good health by having our next prescription filled here. You'll like us. FOR EASTER We have Easter candy, flowers and Easter cards. Give mother something for Easter. g ee our ^a^y ac js weekly in this newspaper r . ii. ; Mrs. Don Mouw [ ..,;•!.! - |..-l|l ! 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