The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 13, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1972
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Glenda Haarsma engaged to Roger Sinkey Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haarsma of Orange City, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Glenda, to Mr. Roger Sinkey of Ireton, Iowa. The bride to be is presently leaching at the Ireton Christian School. Her fiance Is employed at Sioux City. An August wedding Is being planned. Maria Oe Jong engaged to Gene Koning Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. De Jong announce the engagement of their daughter Maria Gayle to Gene E. Koning the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Koning of Grand Rapids, Mich. Miss De Jong Is a teacher at the Zuni Mission School of Zuni, New Mexico. Mr. Koning is attending a Flight School at Sparta, Mich. No wedding date has been set. Barbara Holtdorf engaged to Leon Vanden Berg Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Holtdorf, Maurice, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Leon Vanden Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Vanden Berg of Sanborn An alumna of Maurice Orange City Public High School, the future bride is a graduating senior in the College of Pharmacy at. South Dakota University In Brookings, So. Dak. Her fiance is an alumnus of Hull Western Christian High School and South Dakota State University. He is enployed in Rock- villa, Md. as a pharmacist fnr Drug Fair. A May 27 wedding is planned. Loeal New Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Houtsma, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Dolieslrjger and Nancy and Mrs, HenryHielkem weredin- ner guests Sun, at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Jasper of Sibley. Later in the afternoon they went to see Pete Houtsma of Sibley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winters anti children of Milaca, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Medin and Kevin of Minn., Minn, were Easter weekend guests at the Mrs. HenryHiel- kema and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hielkema home. Coffe guests Sunday evening after church at the Bernie Fedders home were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kleinhesse- llnk, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Vander Griend and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vander Stoep of Orange City, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mars of Hull. Guests in the home of Mrs. John Wiersma for dinner Sun. in honor of the birthday ofher daughter, Mrs. Marvin Wler- sma, were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiersma and Lisa and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nieuwenhuis of Hospers, School Menu Loetl New HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa NEWS ******* FRIDAY APRIL 14 Tavern or ham Potato chips Carrot, celery sticks Dill pickles Cheese slices Cake or bars Milk MONDAY APRIL 17 Mashed potatoes (HS) Wieners Saurkraut Pineapple slice Cookie Sandwiches, Milk Mrs. Heemstra's visitors for the week were her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick De Hoogh from Pella, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noordsy, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Langerack and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Langerack from Marlon, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Jorfn Van Pelt from Alton. Mrs. Frances Talsma from Sioux City visited her aunt, Miss Ann De Ltnt on Thursday. Mrs. Ordean Sampson from Dawson, Minn., visited her mother, Mrs. Jessie Oldan- kamp on Sunday. Mr. George Twlllman returned from the hospital on Saturday. Mrs. Lester Langstraat from Chicago and Mrs. John Wlersma, Newklrk, visited Gertrude Siemonsma on Tuesday. Mrs. John Schuller from Alton also visited her. Mr. Nick Aalbers from Des Moines visited his grandmother, Mrs. Brouwer on Saturday. ADMISSIONS ORANGE CITY Mrs. Derkje Vander Hoeven, April 6; Wm De Koter, April V; Brian Muilenburg, April 1; Mrs. Kate Noteboom, April 9; Gerrit Van Es, April 9; Vanessa Vander Veen, April 9; Mrs. Frank B. Vander Zwaag, April 10 IRETON Cory Coulander, April 4 MAURICE John H. Van Peursem, April 6 ALTON Calvin Noteboom, April 1 GRANVILLE Arnold Meuhl, April 7; Anton Reeff, April 9; Peter Gaul, April 10 HULL Pleum De Zeeuw, April 8 DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Brian Muilenburg, April 8; Vanessa Vander Veen, April 10; Derkje Vander Hoeven, April 10 ALTON Peter Harmelink, April 4; Elizabeth Miller, April 5; Mrs. William Schnee, April 6; Calvin Noteboom, April 9 HOSPERS Mrs. Mary Den Hartog, April 4 LE MARS, IOWA Mrs. Leslie Bowen, April 5; Mrs. Don Eich and daughter, April 10 IRETON Cory Coulander, April 5 REMSEN Vemon Riedemann, April 8 GRANVILLE Mrs. Nina Stallman, Aprils TUESDAY APRIL 18 Stew Cabbage slaw Mixed fruit Sandwiches Milk WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 Corn-hamburger casserole Cinnamon rolls Lessuce salad Peaches Milk THURSDAY APRIL 20 Whipped potatoes Batter dipped fish Green beans Apple crisp Sandwiches, Milk Introducing: Pictures of area children will appear in The CAPITAL each week in a photographic series, "Citizens of Tomorrow." Citizens of tomorrow Mrs. Harold Jahn from Maurice and Mr. Emll Vander Ham of Sioux City visited Mr. Freti Vander Ham the past week. Howard Jelgerhuis'vtsitors for the week were his sister, Mrs. Milton Felix from Carthage, S.D., Mr. and Mrs, David Thomas from Fedora, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunnick from Sheldon, Dr. H. De Mots, and Mrs. Cliff De Mots from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Art Braun, Marie Eulburg and Malvina Homan and Ida Brunsman from Alton visited Mrs. Mary Hentges and Miss Sadie Miller the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Gerrit Klaa- renbeek from Luverne and Miss Marie Klaarenbeek from Rock Rapids were Sunday afternoon guests In home of Peter Ravesteln, Sr. The piano students of MrsT Peter Steggerda held a recital last Friday afternoon at the home of William G. Nib- bellnk. Mothers of the students were also in attendance. Mrs. Henry J. Hubers returned home Sunday after a two week stay at the home of her daughter and family, The Dick Vermeers of North Platte, Nebr. W, O. Duane Gueker of Colorado Springs, visited over the weekend at the homes of his sister, Mrs. Harlan Kleln- hessellnk, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gueker, of Lebanon. He landed his helicopter at Sheldon Friday morning; He had been recruiting for the Army In the Des Moines, Storm Lake and areas around there. e B/\| A baby girl, JoAnna Joy, was born ApriHt oW J Mrs. Donald Elch of Le Mars. She weighed 7ih s , Her mother was the former Joan Ellis. '' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hlbma are the proud tJ of a baby girl, Stacle Ruth, born April 7 and*,? 8 Ibs. 1 oz. Her mother was the former i Mr, and Mrs. Norvln Noteboom are the parental baby girl, Anna Nicole, born April 10 and weighlne 12 oz. Her mothers maiden name was Rebecca Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Vermeer are the proud of a 7 Ib. baby boy. They have named him Troy [ Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Frank B. Vander 5,, of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Vermeer of^ Center. Sasha Lee Is the name given to the new baby g|| Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schneider of George, Iowa, she! born Saturday, April 8 at 7:51 p.m. at the Rock I hospital and tipped the scales at 7 Ibs. 6 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Mr. and Mrs. Young from South Holland, Haan from Rock 111. were guests last Frl- Sun. afternoon guests day In the home of Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs,] Mrs Peter Ravensteln, Sr. les Sterrenburg. ' Jeffrey, 2, Gary, 8, David, 12, and Debbie, 13, children of Mr. and Mrs. James DeBoer. Several women front the Christian Reformed Church helped entertain with games on Wednesday p.m. Rev. Eissens of the First Reformed Church had charge of the service Sunday p.m. Several young couples from his S.S. class had the special music. Shower held for Debbie Walker A miscellaneous bridal shower was held recently at the Fern Smith Hall at Northwestern College honoring Miss Debbie Walker. Hostesses were Janice Lause and Pam Nelson. Guests were Doris Vande Kop, Sherry, Pannkuk, Belva Vander Ploeg, Shirleen Plantage, Marsha Page, Joyce Winterhof, Linda Buseman, Deb De Free, Kathy Krull, Hillene Kraayen- brink, Diane Gerhart, La Donna Jensen, Darlene Dykstra, Stephanie Durband, DebBau- ghman, Barb Van Nyhuis, Vicky Birchard, Linda Sikkema, Marlene De Smet, Joan Tamminga, Gloria Groeneweg, Mary Haat, Rita De Boer, Mrs. Ben Schiebout and "Mom" Grooters and Mary Jane Branch, Unable to attend but sending gifts were Debbie Dal man,'Deb Smith, Bev. Haack, Jan Boote and Mrs. Norma Walker. Debbie will become the bride of Conrad Schiebout on June 2 at the United Methodist Church in Hartley. ALL OUR FOODS ARE PRICED __*>,, $lA fresh Ground Beef 2 lbs $ 1 Smoked Picnics 4: Center Cut Pork Chops 79\ Economy Cut Pork Chops 5 Viking Canned Hams ^ MARKF LOCKEI Jim, Al & Lee Woudstra Orange City, Iowa Phone new Maria, l\, and Berton, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reinders. months, children of Last Friday guests in the John Walburg home was their daughter, Mrs. Henry Vellema of Harris, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs, Tony Ver- doorn went to Spencer Friday evening to visit their son- in-law, Brad Highstreet, in the hospital. He was injured at work when he fell from a ladder, grabbed two hot wires which sent the current through his body badly injuring the muscles. He is getting along quite well but has much pain. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Vellinga went to Omaha to attend the wedding of their granddaughter, Dena RaeVel- linga. The wedding was at two and the dinner at four. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Vellinga and Mrs. Roy Vander Stoep accompanied them. gas dryer driej fancy things neater. Angela Ann, 3, and Douglas Wm., 1, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rydell. Mr. and Mrs, Luke Luymes of Sioux Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hake man and daughters from Sanborn were visitors in the home of Mrs. Al Van Oprt on Sunday. Mrs. Al Van Oort returned Friday after spending a week in Sioux Falls visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Luymes and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Van Oort and family. Our 25th Anniversary Year! "SPRING-TIME SPECIAL" SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS Savings + Extra Bonus -- Limited Time Only KALSBEEK'sin Orange City 105 3rd St. NE. Phone 737-2923 "I haven't used my iron in weeks Your permanent press fabrics will dry wrinkle- free when you •f replace your old gas •* dryer with a new gas dryer. THE YEARS OFSERVK SERVICE PEOPLE 4—THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April 13, 19"?2

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