The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 6, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1972
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lene Hoekstra , Imes bride of iHeerde (marriage vows of Maray Hoekstra and Gary JHeerde were spoken first Reformed Church irlce at 7:45 p.m. on 11, 1972. Parents pie are Mr. and Mrs. I'Hoekstra of Maurice •r, and Mrs. Arthur ot Archer, Iowa. The •Gary Van Koever- flciated at the double reraony before an al- .ratedwlth spiral can- i, pink and red carna- the unity candle. pi music was played by Ian De Boom, organist. irold Hoekstra and Mr. Hoekstra, both brothers I bride, lit the 'candles I fte bjIdaLjsrty,, en- Tfie\chufchV-'' ; Mr. fefjsari'g "Lastnight J Id. God" as the bride stood before the and. "The Lord's 1 as the couple knelt er. •bride given in marri- Iher father and mother, lelegant toe length gown peau over bridal taf- Ihemplre bodice, a-llne long sheer sleeves with f ruffle cuffs, high ruf- fe. Appliques of venise Ms, trimmed the gown: techable chapel train ''•; lace trim fell from mffant veil of illusion , venise lace petals [»rl trim. J carried a cascade roses and eligence _ n of honor was Mrs. PI. Veldhuizen, sister •wide. Bridesmaid was •'* Ten Napel, friend of e and flower girl was telly Van Veldhuizen, fine bride. They wore "tt) polyester crepe high neck, puffed l>nd empire waste, all •"Ith red ribbon run- jgh white lace. The i honor and brides- ried bouquets of pink ™' e carnations, and .^ 1 carried a white I'Wi carnation petals. "*« attendants also ."Wot eligence car- P their hair. IWM.Heerde, bro- i! l > e groom, was the ' H Gro °nisman was »*erte, also bro- om ' and rln e < Jeff H °ek- yt the bride. They dos with white > groom and his Pink carna. of the bride dress wlth green, IM dress wl 'h a Warned with sil- '"nations S, attendi newas lC^ cfl w.M«/ PW 'rom Maurice) pH fe^°°m. A ?. e »y HU. $f «* KA shwrt te l *&* 1 .",, 8bw y» feNr? 1 , f" 1 Miss, SSiS c 3? of *» n^s »?* Sispfcy , --<4 f# - ' W^ \ ADMISSIONS ALTON John Ult De Flesch, March 28; Mrs. Wm. Schnee, March 31; Poter Harmelink, April 1; Elizabeth Miller, April 1 GRANVILLE Nina Stallman, March 28 HOSPERS Robbie Hofmeyer, March 28 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Wm. Aberson, March 30; Mrs. Mary Den Hartog, March 31 REMSEN Vernon Riedemann, March 30; Mrs. Douglas Steichen, March 30 LE MARS Mrs. Leslie Bowen, March O 1 DISMISSALS HOSPE!RS Jon Dykstra, March 28; Robbie Hofmeyer, March 30 ORANGE CITY Henry Stuit, March 29; Albert Vande Berg, March 31; Mrs. Wm. Aberson and daughter, April 1 ALTON John Ult De Flesch, March 30 HAWARDEN Susie Bolluyt, March 30 REMSEN Mrs, Douglas Steichen, April 1 They named the BABY Gary Trlplett of Hospers welcomed the flrst child, a baby girl, born Tuesday, Sheldon Hospital, The little miss weighed oz. and has been named Melissa Kaye. the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olden- Mr, and Mrs. John Trlplett of Rockwell •grandparents are Mrs. Susan Oldenkamp Luther Obye of Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. William Aberson of Orange City became the proud parents of a daughter, Tammy Lynn, on March 30. She tipped the scales at 8 Ibs. fr| oz. and her mother's maiden name was Darlene Rehfeldt. Chad Michael Is the newest addition to the Douglas Steichen family In Remsen. Chad was born March 30 and weighed in at 4 Ibs. 6 oz. His mother Is the former Mary Long. Mr. and Mrs. arrival of their March 28 at the in at 6 Ibs. 4 Grandparents of fcamp of Boyden, City. The great- and Mr. and Mrs. Ing the gifts were classmates of the bride, Miss Karen Van Regenmorter, Miss Joanne Relnklng, and Miss Margriet Overeem. A short program followed the ceremony with Mr. Larry Hoekstra, brother of the bride, as master of ceremonies. Miss Sharon Van Roekel, Miss Karen Van Roekel,, Mr. Rod Kluis, and Mr. Dave Kluis sang "The Wedding Prayer." Mrs.JimVlie- ger gave a reading and sang a song which she had made up about the bride and groom. The Rev. Gary Van Koevering gave a few remarks and closed with prayer. The bride and groom left for their honeymoon trip to Omaha, Nebraska. The couple are now at home at Sheldon, Iowa. _ The bride is a graduate of'Maurice'-Orange City HJ|h School and the^rpom is a gra'duateM sfieldbnCom- munfty High ••/ School and is employed at O'Connor Imp. In Sheldon. Shower held for J. Vander Zwaag Miss Jo Lynn Vander Zwaag was the guest of honor at a personal bridal shower on Saturday afternoon, April 1 at the home of Mrs. Norman Boonstra. Hostesses were Julie Boonstra, Paula Vogel and Rita De Boer. Guests included Brenda Wlese, Pam Oolman. Jackie Van Rooyan, Stephanie Ford, Mrs. Art Vogel, Mrs. Homer De Boer, Mrs. Norm Boonstra, Mrs. Bernard Wlese, Mrs. Orvllle Oolman, Mrs. Elmer Vander Zwaag, Mrs. Wlllard Van Steenwyk, Mrs. Lars Granberg, and Mrs. Don Ford. Unable to attend • but sending gifts were Linda Granberg and Mrs, Jack Van Rooyan. The afternoon was spent playing games after which the bride-elect opened her many lovely gifts and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses and their mothers. Jo Lynn will become the bride of Don Van Steenwyk on June 9. Public School Menu Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Wabeke and Mr. Bas Muilenburg from Ireton visited with Helen Wabeke at the Storm Lake Hospital on Saturday. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Bud Vander Laan home were Mrs, William Van Gorp, Sr. and Mr, and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie. Friday, April 7 Taverns or ham Potato chips Carrots, celery, pickles Cheese slices Cake or bars Orange juice, milk MONDAY APRIL 10 Tuna Noodle Casserole Buttered peas Applesauce Cookie Sandwiches, "Milk ,,,• i' TUESDAY APRIL II Tatter-tot casserole Lettuce salad Jello with fruit Sandwiches Milk WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 Mashed potatoes & gravy Fried chicken Corn Ice Cream Sandwiches, Milk THURSDAY APRIL 13 Ham sandwiches French fries Wax beans Vanilla pudding with cherry topping Milk Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel, Lance and Loren, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haack from Rock Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vogel and Chad were supper guests on Easter Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Vander Schaaf and Sharon spent the Easter weekend visiting with Mrs. Vander Schaaf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roghair at Okaton, S. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Koole and Mr, Cornelius Koole, Sr., of Sheldon entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arie Vander Stoep.Mrs. Clarice Flikkema, Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst and the Doyle Tutje family of Matlock for Easter Sunday dinner, M-OC Kindergarten round up April 13 Prospective kindergartners and their mothers are invited to the public school In Orange. City on Thursday, April 13. The Youngsters will meet with the- kindergarten teachers while the mothers meet separately for orientation and information on pre-school check-ups. Maurice-Orange Cltychlld- ren and mothers are asked to come to the kindergarten room on Thurs., April 13, at 10:00 a.m., If your last name begins with A—M, or at 2:00 p.m. If your last name begins with A—M, or at 2:00 p.m. if your last name begins with N—Z. If there is a conflict you may come to the other session. Letters will be sent to those of whom the school is aware; however all others are asked to come if their child Is coming to school next year. All kindergarten children must be five years old before September 1. Pot luck dinner for Mark Millers Capt. and Mrs. Mark Miller, Fort Belvoir, Va., were . guests of honor at a pot luck dinner held at the home of Allan Schimmel in Washington, D. C. on Saturday, March 25. Mr. Harold Miller, Orange City, Mark's father was pre-i sent. V":;vvv>'>-^ f Attending were Dr. Harry Pas, Judy Raak, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Josten (Mary Dell Reinders), Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Nauman (Jo Ellen Inveldt), Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Te Paske, Mr. and Mrs. Terry De Jong (Glenda Vander Wilt), Mr. and Mrs. Newman De Haas (Betty Foreman.) Capt. and Mrs. Miller will be leaving in May for a three year tour of duty in Germany. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kovocs (Arlene Kalsbeek) and Harold Vander Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Mulder and sons left on Saturday morning after spending a few days here visiting with Mrs. Ella Tillema and Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mulder and also with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Tom Oesch, David and Mary from Fremont, Missouri spent the Easter weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tolman. Hospers news LaRena Van Surksum and Terry Harvet of Omaha, Neb. were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Surksum. Joining them for Easter dinner were Mr and Mrs. Gary Van Surksum, Rod and Tannya of Sioux City. Additional afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harvet of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Raak and Ruth Irene of Redwood Falls, Minn, were Easter weekend guests at the parental Don Raak home. Galen Haack was an additional Sunday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dyke and Phillip of Sioux City were Saturday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schaafsma. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobsma and sons of Sioux City were callers Sunday afternoon at the Schaafsma home. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Van Veldhuizen were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Veldhuizen and family of Sheldon, Harvey Van Veldhuizen and Bonnie Wlkenha- gen, students at Northwestern College and Mr. and, Mrs. Kel&y -Van VeldhuizBifeand girls. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Heuslnkveld of San Jose, Cal. called to the parental Van Veldhuizen home Easter Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vander Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Biemers and children of Hospers, Mrs. Alice Van Veldhuizen of Sheldon and Walter Harmsen of Sioux Center were all Easter dinner guests at the Peter Harmsen home at Worthington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Kalsbeek, Bradley and Sherrl of Orange City were callers Sunday afternoon at the Pete Van Kalsbeek home. Mrs. Linda Stanley of Spencer spent the Easter weekend in the parental Spike Van Zee home. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hatfield, Jennie and Glen of Sparta, Wise, spent the Easter weekend at the Ed Jungers and Doug Budden homes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Te Stroete and family of Sioux City spent Friday night and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Te Stroete. Guests on Easter Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Schoep were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Oort and family of Ireton and the Lee Hleliger family of Sheldon. Ricky stayed at his grandparents home to spend some of his Easter school vacation there. Sunday evening guests at the Gertie Vander Schaaf home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vander Pol, Lyle, Harold, Jewel Ann and Roberta. Tuesday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Foreman in honor of his 87th birthday were, Bill Gebauer, Rich Foreman, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Foreman, Mrs. Jake Peters, Gertie Vander Schaaf, Ruth Raak, Rose Hofmeyer, Tilla Tlnklenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hofmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boersma. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jungers and John of St. Paul, Minn. spent the Easter weekend in the Ed Jungers and Merlyn Callenius homes. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Andrew Vander Berg home were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hofmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Van't Hof and Mrs. Lucy Van't Hof all of Orange City. Sp/5 Harvey Brink returned home last Tuesday night at the parental Clif Brink's, after receiving his discharge from the U.S. Army after serving Z\ years with 18 months of duty in Viet Nam. Miss Jantlna Jurriaans arrived home last week Monday from Dallas, Texas where the Regeneration Singers has recently cut anew record. She spent five days in the parental Andy Jurriaans home and left Sat. for Seattle, Wash, where the group will meet to continue their tour. Leonard and Leslie Smit and Esther Hulst of Doon were Easter' dinner guests at the Ben Lamfers home. Sun. evening visitors in the Lamfers home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Riemersma and family of Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamfers. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Du Bois of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Muilenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Muilenberg and Benji, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roetman and Mr. and Mrs. Lammert Roetman and family were all Easter Sun. dinner guests at the Bernard Roetman home at Sheldon. Easter Sun. dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Marie Jongma were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Van Klompenberg and family of Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jongma and girls of Heron Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones and son of Hawarden and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jongma and family of Sioux City. The Sidney Jongma's moved about two weeks ago from Hull to Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Full of Taunton, Minn, were Sunday overnight guests of Mrs. Angeline Jungers. Easter dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jungers were Mr. and Mrs. Val Plagge and family of Alton, Mr. andMrs.MarvMeen- dering and family of Sheldon, the Scott Hatfield's of Sparta, Wise, the Bob Jungers family of St. Paul, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Budden of Granville. Help Wanted Full time workers for production sewing and other manufacturing operations for both day and night shifts. Apply in person 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. No experience necessary. Must be willing to work year around. K<PRODUCTS, INC. Industrial Air Park Grange City, Iowa 51041 An Equal Opportunity Employer "The car I backed into has a flashing red light!" Speaking of lights — why don't you "see the light"? When it comes to prescriptions you'll find that we compound them accurately and give you the best in service, We have a complete line of Vaseline Intensive Care Baby Powder «•* Baby Lotion — Baby Oil See our baby ads weekly in this newspaper Dutch Mill Pharmacy Dial 737-4844 Orange City, Iowa Mary Sue Verschoor of the university of S.D. at Vermillion spent her Easter Spring Break at the parental Joe Verschoor home. Carol Hansen of St. Theresa School of Nursing at Winona, Minn, visited this Monday with Mary Sue. The Rick Solsma family, Virgil Solsma family and Mr. Mrs. John Solsma, Sr. all gathered for dinner Easter Sunday at the John Solsma, Jr. home. Gathering for Eas'terdlnner at the Ed Grotenhuis home were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Grotenhuis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grotenhuis and David, Darla Grotenhuis and Dixon Van Meeteren, Randy Grotenhuis and Gall Alons. Additional afternoon callers and then supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kinney of Le Mars and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grotenhuis of Sioux City. Easter dinner guest Sunday at the Guy Dykstra home in honor of Mrs. Dykstra's birthday on Sat. were Mr. andMrs. Harm Frye of Rushmore, Minn., Rena Abben of Wor- thington, Walter Pluim of Alton and Hendrina Dykstra of Orange City. Mrs. Angellne Jungers was a Easter dinner guest at the Milo Streff home In Alton. Mrs. Jane Eva Boeyink and Jeri of Sioux Center attended the Easter morning service of Ihe First Reformed Church with the Ron Van't Hof family ly and the two families and Mr. Larry Baltzer were all dinner guests at the Harold Van Wpttering home. Gathering at the John Waan- ders home for Easter Sun. dinner were Mr, and Mrs. Marv Waanders and boys, Magdalene Wannders, Mrs. Wllmene Swets. A joint birthday party was held for Mrs. Neal Schoep and Mrs. Te Stroete on Sat. night at the Te Stroete home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander Berg, Mr. and Mrs. John Schuller, Mrs. Gertrude Fischer, Bertha Zwagerman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Te Stroete and family ofSioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Schoep. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jurriaans. NOTICE The Orange City Dog Ordinance is now in effect. No dog is allowed to run at large between March 15 and November 15. THIS OKMMAHCE WILL BE tHFORCED! The complete ordinance Is on file at the City Clerk's Office. Mayor and City Council \ sec 23= ace NOTICE Beginning April 1, mail orders for "Fiddler on the Roof" will be received at the Music Manor, 107 3rd St. N.E. Your money must accompany the order and no order will be taken by phone. The requests will be processed according to the order in which they are received. The dates for the production are Thursday, May 18, Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20. Reserved seats are $3.00 and $2.00, and General. Admission is $1.50. Orders may be picked up, starting May 1, when tickets go on public sale. A new, bigger gas water healer makes the last bath happier. "It's about time!' Running out of hot water? Then it's time to replace that old gas water heater with a new, bigger "instant recovery" gas water heater. Natural Gas. The Premium Fuol. Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving Natural Gas 10 your local gas company THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 6, 1972-5

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