The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 6, 1972 · Page 7
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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•*•*•*••••••*•••*•*§ yande Berg es bride of. i Plunkett Vande Berg, 'of" Mr. and. Mrs. •l, Vande Berg of •was united In marrl- r, Robert G. Plun- |of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- of San Diego, on Saturday, h at 2:00 p.m. \ Idlng took place in Irk Reformed' |Sev. .Neal J.'Mol, |lhe bride, officiated il double rlngcere- background. was,, too candelabra de- •wlth blue, lavender \ mums Interspersed wry, Large mums' me color lined the rian Van Roekel, or- pyed a wedding pre- lude of organ selections, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," "Air" from Water Music Suite, "Brother James' Air," and "Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now." The wedding party entered to "Trumpet Voluntary "by Purcell and the bride entered the church to the strains of "Ep- italame" by Wilan. At the ; conclusion of the marriage ceremony, while the couple was kneeling, Mr. Stanley Johnson, uncle of the bride, sang "The Lord's Prayer." The bridal party left the church to "Now Thank We All Our God." -,.^TJhie.brj.He, giyen in marriage by her father, chose a long sleeved gown ofpeau-de- soi with handcllpped Venetian lace daisy appliques trimming the neckline and the sleeves. The gently flared skirt was featured in the back with a semi-train. The bouffant waist IMBER& fcg Supplies We are your headquarters for [ny materials you may need hen it comes to remodeling f building. I Come in and see our BETTER IPMES & GARDEN library. INs is here for your conve- pce to help you by giving T u many new ideas in home pprovement. Orange City MUers Supply Phone 737-4933 NEWS Chaplain Don Jiskoot goify to Kennedy youth Center 16th Godfrey pupils win honors at festival The pupils of Irma j. God£ e y entered and played at the National Federation of Music Clubs Junior Festival held at Morningside College on Thursday, March 30. There were 45 entries. The following received Superior Ratings. In piano: Janlne Becker, Kathleen Becker, Nita Bloemendaal, Rachael Even, Valerie Even, Patricia Geurink, Alan Henrich, Kimberly Jansen, Valerie Jansen, Peggy Keizer, Coralee Kleinhesse- link, Eileen Korver, Amy Mitchell, Tana Mitchell, Barbara, Postma, Karen Postma, Laura Vander Windt, Timmy Wilbee and Patrice Zenk. Janet Henrich on guitar. Janet Smith on organ. Alice Steffe, Cindy Steffe, Felicia Steffe, Patricia Steffe, and Susan Steffe on accordian, Cindy Steffe received two Superiors, one on solo and one on ensemble. There were 15 Excellents, Chaplain Donald Jiskoot, . son of Mr. and Mrs. William •* Jiskoot, has been appointed to become the Protestant Chaplain at the Robert F. Kennedy Youth Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Don has been the Protestant Chaplain at the Federal Reformatory for Women, Alder.- son, West Virginia, since October 1968. He is a member of the First Reformed Church in Alton. KYC (Kennedy Youth Center), Is the newest institution in the Federal Prison System, having opened in January 1969. It is the first co-educational 'prison in the Federal System. It incorporates the newest techniques of evaluation of the youths' behavior characteris- iics, maturity level and psy- School News local Floyd Valley The following Floyd Valley students have acheived 3 00 and above for the 3rd nine weeks honor roll: Freshman: Caroline Boender, Donald Boersma, June Hofmeyer, Linda Huisman, Adri Huygens, Kathy Kramer, Mark Lyftogt, Diane Moss, Lu Ann Rensink, Karen Roet- man.Bonnie Schreur, Rich Van Klompenburg, Mary Van Zandbergen, Debbie Vande Berg, and Joan Von Arb. Sophomores: Marianne Berkenpas, NitaBloemendaal, length veil of imported illusion was attached to daisy flowers in her hair. The bride carried a bouquet of daisies surrounded with baby's breath and greenery. The matron of honor, Mrs. Herm Kluis, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids, Gloria Vande Berg and Debbie Vande Berg, sisters of the bride, were attired in full length crepe dresses of blue, lavender, and green, respectively, over which were worn identical flowered overskirts. Stephanotis flowers were worn in the attendants hair. Each carried a single large mum, the color of their dress. Mr. Gordon Plunkett, father of the groom, was -best man. Mr. Herm Kluis, brother-in- law* ,<p4', ,th,e,, s brjL.ds ! , ...and «Mr. ; , Clarence Wiersma, uncle of the bride, were groomsmen. The men wore black tuxedoes with gray vest and gray striped pants. Ushers who seated the guests were Mr. Herman Kluis and Mr. Clarence Wiersma. Gail Johnson, cousin of the bride, registered the guests before and after the ceremony. Following the ceremony a reception was held In the church basement. The gifts, which were received, by Wendy Wiersma, and carried by Denice Wiersma and Joy Wiersma, were opened by the bride and groom at the reception. Mrs. Stanley Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Wiersma poured the coffee. Punch was served by Doreen Johnson and Pat Mol. The cake was cut by Mrs. John Wiersma and Mrs. Neal Mol. A three tiered weddingcake which centered the buffet table was adorned with mums and baby's breath. The bride's mother was attired in an A-llne dress of pink which was worn with a matching jacket. The groom's mother wore a dress of blue overlaid with white lace. Both mother's wore corsages of white mums and yellow roses. The bride wore a slightly flared dress of blue crepe and a blue, lavender, and green mum corsage as her going away outfit. Mr. and Mrs. Plunkett will be residing in San Diego, Calif. s Summer Phone 18 4085 Maurice, Iowa Ser vicej Linoleum, Plastic & Ceramic Tile, Carpet Phont 18-4863 Maurice, Iowa Uslle phong 737,2988 Orange City, Iowa Painting and Wallpapering Arlys Boterhoek, Norton Haack, Debbie Hofmeyer, Chuck Huygens, LeAnn Keunen, Carlols Korver, Melinda Kraal, Barbara Minten, Phil Moss, Gary Schipper, Helen Van Es, Linda Vander Maten, Rachel Vander Ploeg, and Paul Van Roekel. Juniors: Doug Becker, Pixie Bloemendaal, Helen Boer- •' sma, Lea Braun, CarlaBrink, Kim Friedichsen, Bonnie Gos- Unga, Dan Harmelink, Debbie Heyman, Rita Hofmeyer, Coralie Kleinhessellnk, Wanda Moss, Nolan Palsma, Keith Roghair, Charlene Schwebach, Bob Stover, Fonda Van Es, Lila Van Es, Lila Vander Wilt, and Lynn Von Arb. Seniors: Larry J3oedhart,_ Dave Harmelink, "Sharon Harmelink, Steve Hofmeyer, Judy Jasper, Emily Kroon, Nancy Oldenkamp, Joan Raak, Marv Schipper, Juanita Van Es, Nancy Van Gorp, Mark Van Roekel, Barb Vander Maten, Kathy Vander Ploeg, Janice Von Arb, Jo Ann Willett, and Bob Hoffman. St. Anthony, St. Mary On March 18 and 19, St. Anthony, St. Mary at Alton presented the work of its students in a Science and Art Fair. At the same time a Book Fair toofe In about $240.00 In donations and sale of books. iwv I.S^ence^awards^were deter - _ " mined by nine'very fin3]Mges*r The major awards were "Superior Achievement" and went to the following: in 8th grade Christy Full who worked on care and feeding of chickens; in 7th Patricia Geurink's project was water filtration; and Kathleen Hansen who made and operated a small mini hurricane. The 6th grade ran off with 8 top awards: Kenneth Becker on a generator; Tony Full on hatching chicks; Peggy Geurink on paints and their uses; Pat Jonas on an electric saw mill; Dennis Klein for an unusual method of pumping water; James Reuter' on a water pump; Nick Stallman with an electric motor and Mary Youngers for a display and experiment in color. Diane Hansen in 5th did her class proud with her very fine project on air pressure. Fourth grade showed their ability in four Superior Achievement awards to the following: Kay Heuertz on the difference between monocot and dicot plants; Margie Kellen on water filtration; Rosemary Kellen on the difference between hard and soft furnace & Duct Cleaning EQUIPPED & EXPERIENCED TO DO THE JOB RIGHT... Special brushes, plus vacuum equipment, help us get your duct work and furnace thoroughly clean. Result; in safer, in a more efficient heating. Most modern methods available for Commercial Boilers & Ducts Industrial use — Residential MARLO FEDDERS Phone 2324 chological orientation. It has an innovative campus plan of modern architecture lending itself toward the development of a» concentrated self- improvement program for the youth. The Institution places much emphasis upon relationships believing that people become who they are in response to those with whom they most frequently relate. The ultimate goal of the Center Is the relationship of the'youBi to the "free" world persons of his/her acquaintance where the problems originally began. The position of the chapel in the center of the campus is representative of the theological principle that ones relationship to God is the central foundation and guideline of ones relationship to his neighbor. Easter supper guests in the Sylvester Minten home included the Bill O'Gara family from Jackson, Neb., the Vernon Staap family, the Paul Minten family, and the Lyle Heidesch family, all from Remsen. Ray Pick from ICC College at Fort Dodge spent the Easter weekend in the parental Lawrence Pick home. Sunday afternoon guests in the Anton J. Pottebaum home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pottebaum and family of Paul- Una and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Block and family of Hospers. Sunday evening guests in the Anton J. Pottebaum home included Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Pottebaum and family of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pottebaum and family of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Pottebaum and family of LeMars, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Pottebaum and family of Alton. Father Tony Pick of Boone, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Pottebaum of Hospers were Monday evening callers in the Anton J. Pottebaum home. The 500 Club met at the home of Mrs. Al Streff Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Schuller from Chicago are spending a f ew^days„in:,thg;parental John, Schuller home thisTweek. Dr. and Mrs. Daryl Wierda and daughters, Ann and Allison, from Denver, Colo., spent their Easter vacation in the parental Don Freriks and Ray Wierda homes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson from Dawson, Minn., and Debra Hanson from Augustana College in Sioux Falls spent the weekend in the parental Mario Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McGuire and family from Iowa City were weekend guests in the Jerome Kellen home. water; and Steve Klein on chemicals and ways of testing for starch. The faculty expressed its thanks to all the fine works done by the other students in first, second and third place. Your work was very well done." They also expressed thanks to the many visitors...' Mrs. Henry Vander Wiel from Sheldon was a Sunday dinner guest In her daughter's home, the John Schul- lers. Mrs. Vander Wiel and Mr, and Mrs. Schuller were afternoon visitors In the Walter Searls home at Akron. Debbie Snyder from Des Molnes spent the Easter weekend in the parental Wm. Greg Snyder home. Mrs. Mike Hansen from Peterson, la., and Mrs. Ken Vander Sloot from Estherville, la., were Monday evening visitors in the Wm. Greg Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatch from Pierre, S.D., were weekend guests in the Fred Starkenburg home. Mary Jane and Janet from Omaha and Darlene from Mt. Marty, all spent the Easter weekend in the parental Ray Thole home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Noltze of Sioux City visited their mother, Mrs. Pete Wiltgen, on Easter Sunday. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hahn of Ames visited their grandmother, Mrs. Pete Wiltgen. Dinner guests in the Sam Lincoln home on Easter included Mr. and Mrs. Colin - Jensen and family, Mr.'and Mrs. Henry Shull, and Miss Distad, all from Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. James Voges- ser and son, and Lucia Lincoln from Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tanfield of Alton. Murat Doherty returned home last Tuesday from the St. Joseph hospital in Sioux City after undergoing major surgery several Weeks ago. Dan Doherty came home from Hawaii to visit his parents for a week. Guests oyer the Easter weekend in the Fred Eason home included their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Riemersma from Rippey, la. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eason were Sunday dinner guests in the Wilbur Riemersma home at Hospers. The BID or BYE Club met in the Fred Eason home Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Faber and children from Glenview, 111., came Wednesday to visit their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Faber for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Foster and sons of Omaha were weekend guests in the parental John Fennema home. Sunday afternoon callers in the Fennema home included Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lubbers of Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lubbers of Dennison and the Jim Jansen family of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gaul were Easter Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ribbing at Dennison. Michelle Gayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Gayer, celebrated her second birthday Friday evening. Those coming to help her celebrate included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Batchelder, her godparents from Hawarden; Mrs. Helena Petersen, her grandmother, from Westslde, la.; and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Loewen from Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gebauer enjoyed Saturday evening dinner with the Gary Korsel- man family at Sioux City. For Sunday dinner the Ge- bauers joined the Loren Vos family at Sioux Center. Spending the weekend at the home of Mrs. Lucy Hansen were Dr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell and Mr. and Mrs. Frances Burns of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pickett of Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Gradus Van Veldhuizen and daughter, Bonnie, from Sanborn were Sunday afternoon guests in the Nick Aalbers home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony DeHaas and Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Haas of Orange City, Dan De Haas, son 1 of the Newman De Haas' of Kansas State, Mr. and Mrs. Ed De Haan and Nora, of Rock Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Herm De Haas of Alton enjoyed Easter Sunday dinner at the Dutch Mill Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Will De Vries were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Matthews at Sioux Falls. So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Glen De Vries of Hartley were Sunday evening guests In the Will De Vries home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Haupert and Jeanne spent Easter Day with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haupert and Debbie at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Herrig and Russ spent Easter Sunday at Rock Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hughes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Herrig and family had Easter dinner at Marcus with the Loren Alsech family. Mrs. Florence Hoffman returned last Wednesday from Jefferson, la., where she visi- i ted her daughter and family, J Dr. and Mrs. R.T. Dovonan. Mrs, Don Keize rand daughter, Michelle, from Blair, Neb. were Easter dinner guests in the Edward Keizer home. See us for all your needs If you are thinking of Building--Remodeling Repairing--- Painting —.Roofing We carry a complete stock Plywood Millwork Roofing Fencing Siding Posts Insulation Doors Windows Paint Carpenter crew available FREE DELIVERY Farmers Mutual Co-op Assn. LUMBER YARD Phone 4121 MAURICE mCKTIMATK CHe&FUliy 6IV£N If your thinking of remodeling, adding a room, or building a new home, give these experience builders a call, Lawrence Vander Plas 737->4697 Gerald Jongerius 737-2678' Henry J. Jonker 737-4539 Pete Jeltema 737-2511 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 6, 1972,-7

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