The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 6, 1972 · Page 4
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April 6, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 4

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Pioneer Home news Mrs. Martha Nielsen's visitors on Saturday were Edwin Nielsen of Sioux CityandMrs. Wendell Toenjes and children from Struble, la. On Sunday, Mrs. Helen Eckstein, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Powell from Sioux City and 'Mr. Arnold Nielsen from Doon, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mouw and family from Spencer, Dr. and Mrs. Duane Peuse from Holstein and Miss Lynn Peuse from Boone, la., calledonMr. Abe Van Peursem on Sunday. Mrs. J. Boerhave from Sheldon called on Miss Dora Dykslra and Mrs. Wm. Westra recently. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bartles from Sioux Center on Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frye from Rushmore, Minn. Mrs. Henry Vande Welde entertained the following for Miss Dora Dykstra's birthday on Wednesday: Miss Dykstra, Mrs. Wm. Westra, Miss Agnes Glesen, Mrs. John Lubbers from the home and MM. Henry Lammers from Sioux Center, Mrs. Grace Engberscallers on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heynen from Hull and Mr. and Mrs. George Heynen from Mt. Ayr, la. Mr. and Mrs. E. Relnders had dinner Sunday with their children at the Clarence Vls- ser's home, Mrs. Agnes Glesen had Easter dinner at the Lloyd De Jong home. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dykstra from Sheldon called on her. Mr. and Mrs. HannasWoel- ber from Boyden took Miss Martha Meyer to St. Johns Lutheran church at Boyden. They had dinner at the August Woelber home In Boyden. She was a supper guest In the Hannas Woelber home, who latSr took her back to the home. Mr. Gefrlt De VrleS visited the Milton Remes family at Cleghom on Saturday. Sunday afternoon he called on Mr. • John Hoff at Hull. He was a. supper guest at the Alfred De Vrles home at Maurice. Mr. Herman Vander Maten spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the John Kosters home In Sioux Center. ' Sunday Mrs. John Lubbers had dinner with Mrs. John Landhuls and her children In Boyden. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Kraal and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson from Newell, la., visited with Mr., and Mrs. Harold Kraal Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mouw from Council Bluffs, la., and Miss Peggy Mouw from Ames visited their grandfather Mr. Otto Mouw Sunday. Mrs, Wm. Westra and Miss Dora Dykstra spent Tuesday with Mrs. Blfdle De Vrles at Edgerton. The American Legion Auxiliary gave a religious program at the Home Tuesday afternoon, Saturday they brought some favors for Easter, Thank you ladles. Mrs, Minnie Hulsman had Easter dinner at the Joe Klein- hesselink's home. That afternoon MlssSherylKleinhessel- Ink came home from Viet Nam where she served as an army nurse, Locil The Harlan Klelnhessellnk family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Jim Klels home. In the evening they attended the church services In Lebanon and later visited In the home of Mrs. Klelnhessellnk's parents, the Peter Gulters, were they celebrated the birthday df her father. weekend guests at the fi, 0. Lancaster home over the weekend were Pamela and Mike Shaw from Clarkfield, Minn, Monday guests at the E, 6. Lancaster home.were Jim Lancaster and Valerie Van Goor of VermllHon, S, Dak* Thursday and Friday guests at the Ray Lubbers home were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lubbers of schleswlg, la, Saturday and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs, Paul Lubbers of Dennl- son, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lubbers visited In the home of her parents, the Ade Jacobs home where they celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Paul Lubbers on Saturday night. The Cornelius Korver family of Plpestone, Minn, visited Sunday at the homes of Mrs. Henry Korver as afternoon guests, the Sam Oldenkamp home, and were supper guests at the Henry De Haan home at NewWrk. Sunday evening i lu:r , visitors at the home „„ and MM.Warranted ink were. Mr. and Mr nel Roozlng and son] Hull, la, Craig Grotenhousa otl million, South Dakota? the weekend with the Kraal family. Dan Kr< also home from Dallas, Texas, Recent visitors in the] J. J. Van Der Schaaij were Bob and B onn i e Der Schaaf from Shen Iowa; Richard and Rachel! bers from Mt. Vernon l Mrs. Agellne Ver Me»1 Mrs. Bernard Ver Meerl Sioux Center, icwj.l and Mr. and Mrs, M| Der Schaaf from Slois! S.D., andMr.andMrs.f Vander Schaaf and u Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. An of Holland, Mich, were] ors at the Henry W, ] hessellnk home. tin"' k"ls Becky Droog bride of Dick De Groot f m Monday evening, March 27 fh" Bo'hel Christian P.r-- forrnp'l Church was th<? scpne for tb" weddini? ceremony of . Droog an'! Dick De Their vov/s were >n in candlelight before .Itnr decorated with bas- o! lilac and aqua carnations and pink gladiola. The !>.'••:. Henrv VandPn Heuval officiated. Parents of the coupl" arr- Mr. an'l Mrs, Dai- ten Droop, Sioux Center and Mr. ari'i Mrs. Peter De Groot, Orange City. Kscortr-d to the Altar by her parr-riis, thr- bri'Je wore a hoor Ir-nptli (ro'.vn of pieu-'iR 1 soiu satin, with a polyester or- t'Tirr/a ovcrskirt. Tlie gown was fashiorir-'l with Intern sleeves, and '•hap'' 1 train arcente'i with a nif(l<\ The Kli/abethan n'-rklin'-, sleeves, skirt and pilcite hear) piece were appli- que'l with re-enbroiclered lare, Mrs. James OTlara, Sioux ! alls, 'lesitnie'iandsew- <-<\ the wed'linfr dress. The liri'i'- cam'''! a cascade of Pink roses, purple and aqua carnations and baby breath. Mrs. Henry Vanden Heuval was the organist and played "Adagio Cantabile" for the bridal procession. She accompanied the soloist, Mona Vander l.ugt who sang "1 Asked thr. Lord," "The Wed- dini' Prayer" and "KntreatMe not to Leave Thee," during the ceremony. Mrs. Ijnlmar Groen was matron of honor for her sister, liridesrnaids were Carmen and Carla He Groot, sisters of the groom. Their gowns were fashioned in taffeta with organ/a overskirts, and long sleeves with ruffles at the wrist, neck, and hemline. The bodice were trimmed with contrasting lace. Their colors were lilac, a'jua, and pink rf'sppctivply. I.ori Klein was flower girl, dres.sed identical to the matron of honor. The attendants carried nosegays of carnations in the throe colors and baby breath. I.vie Klein and Dave De Groot u.shered the 170 guests and lit the candles. Attendants lor the groom were Steve De Groot, bestmunj Randy Drooi; and Carl De Jongh as groomsmen; and Ricky Droog as ri;i(' bearer. The brides personal attendants were Connie Droog and Mrs. l.yle Klein. Mrs. Droog chose a mint green lace coat and dress ensemble for her daughters wedding. The groom's mother wore a double knit ensemble in brown and white. They added :i double gardenia corsage. The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church with Mr. and Mrs. Koger Droog as host and hostess. Mrs. Alvin Ninbelink and Lori De Groot were at the guestbook and Mr. and Mrs. 1'iiul Wug served punch. Cutting and serving the wedding cake were Mrs. Peter Cornpaan and Hester Hollaar. Del mar Groen was Master of Ceremonies for a short program. Opening gifts were I.orna scholten, Randa Bart- rnan and Mary Van Essen. The new Mrs. De Groot Is a Licensed Practical nurse and is employed at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls. The couple will be at home in Pock P.apids after a wedding trip to Colorado. Mr. De Groot is employed at Modern Home Furniture there. Out of state wedding guests included those from Valley Center, Cal.; Sioux Falls; Aberdeen and Herreid, South Dakota; Hague and Strasburg, North Dakota; and Leota, Minn. Cheryl Hubers engaged to Philip Schiebout Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hubers of Maurice,la.,announce the engagement of their (laughter, Cheryl of Lansing, 111., to Philip Schiebout of Thornton, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schiebout, Maurice. An August wedding is being planned. Shower held for Judy Engeltje A miscellaneous bridal shower was given in honor of Judy Fngeltjes on Friday evening, March 24, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Vlletstra, Sr. The bride to be opened many lovely gifts after which a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Miss Genevieve Vlietstra, Mrs. John Vander Linden, and Mrs. Roger Vander Schaaf. Guests attending were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fngeltjes, the groom to be- nill Vlietstra, Jr., Mr. and Mrs, William Vlietstra Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fd Vregclen- hil Sr., Miss Nancy Kroese, Mr. and Mrs. William Bomgaars Sr,, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Mulder and Allyson, Mr. and Mrs. John Kamies and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. William Bomgaars jr., Mr. and Mrs, Howard Bomgaars and Kimberly, Mr. Ken Vlietstra, Mr, John Vander Linden, James and Joyce, Mr. Roger Vander Schaaf, Reid and Christyh. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Ed Vreg- denhil, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vregdenhil, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bonnewell and Timothy, Mr. and Mrs. William Den Ouden, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gochee and Mrs. Bob Crook. Mr. and Mrs. John Putsch - er, Mary and David of Minneapolis, Minn, were weekend visitors at the John Jeltema home over the Easter weekend. •THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 6, 1972 OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Butch & Roger MOUW'S the friendly folks! SPRING SA VINGS SPREE! 1st cut Chuck Roast or/ 29oz.^F^J J* can ^^^"^^^ * I Van Camp's Nestles Quick 1 Ib. can No. 300 Gold Medal flour FIQUR-"! 5 bag with coupon Rath Braunschweiger ».. Rath . *L* Roll Sausage i b **y Boyer ' Polish Sausage 79 f Boyer Large Bologna Flav-o-rite Potato lelmonte crea Corn „ Peas Delmonte cream Style or Whole Wheat Rhodes Frozen Boyer Ring Bologna 79? Boyer footlongs 79? Mr. Clean L 39* with coups 2-1 Ib loaves Texas red rapefruit Cheer Detergent Lettuce 19 Good Value All Meat Wieners. new family Size Lysol Bowl Cleaners «* 39t Lysol Spray ,,_ Northern Grown U.S. No. 1 Rod Potatoes (No Color 10 ib. Added; bo g 49* Mr. Clean 39 C WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good only at Mouw's Super Valu Store . Otter expires Mon., April 10. Any Sales Tax Must Be Paid By Consumer. Flour WITH THIS COUPON timll On* Coupon Pet F.mlly. Good only »l MOUW'S Super Vilu , $tqr« . Offer expires Hon., Apnl 10 . Any Silit T»x Mutt Be Paid ' By Consumer. 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