The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 13, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1972
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s spoken by deZandschulp Parrel Kooi Marlene Jan Vande |p, 511 South Duluth HOIK Falls, South Da- Jaughfer of Mr, and enry Vandc Zandschulp !, Orange City, Iowa i the bride of Darrel Kooi of Sioux Falls, lakota son of Mr. and Swls B. Kooi of R.R., Iowa on Wednesday, 29, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. Bethel Christian Re- Clturch in Sioux Ceni the Rev. Henry Van evel officiating at the ring ceremony, were exchanged bei allar decorated with white Bible before a [candle. Candlelabra >nder and pink pom- d gladiola also were pllhe Altar. Four can - iijender and pink were , side of the altar. fments of net and bow inder and pink strea- jiorned the pews. mist, Mrs. Henry Heuvel, played Be To God" pre- le ceremony. irlde, who was given in ;e by her parents, cho- jaran A -Line gown of latin and chantilly lace. I; began at the neck- I extended downward in s toward the bottom of ». Lace was also on Ired train which slight- vied over the dress Ie high neckline was ith Hny seed pearls « wide buttoned cuffs ill sleeves. A cha- i matllla was edged ig lace and caught with a satin bow. Fried a cascade of I 'I Pink roses with y, She also carried a belonging to her wr. the bride was Ma- I Honor was a friend, r Kooi of Sioux I Bridesmaids were jConrad Vande Zand- ter in law of the Sioux Center and I 1 * Zandschulp, sis"« hide from Orange s. Kooi wore a dress " with an empire a large ruffle at I » sweeping the l«» satin sleeves were n "are of satin > Ir m the wrist. It satin stand- in the same rose velvet Dieting the dress, s ™ids wore ide n : il but ln fc- Wllh a P«rple "completing the me fn l" ts carrlec > n f „ plnk ^sec , andribb ° n - ple was a duet ,, Be . »Wl e kneeling a "e "o Perfect Be The Tie S"ng whlle Unity can- knit vest. The groom's mother was attired in a lavender and pink double knit long sleeved dress with a lavender dress length vest. Both wore a corsage of pink roses. The bridal party left the church to the tune of "Trumpet Voluntary in "D" Major". A reception followed for approximately 200 guests. Tables were decorated with lavender and pink streamers and candles. The bridal table had white streamers and two three-tiered candlelabra sets and the wedding cake which was "Italian Riveria" decorated in lavender and pink flowers on and between the three layers. The top was decorated with flowers and bells in lavender and pink. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Van Kekerix poured. Gift displayers were Jerilyn and Cherilyn Ti- choa, Mary Scholten, Shirley Feddesorr and Clarence Mul- ,,ijler. .|{ey..,.John " sided. Miss Debra Bogaard sang "More" at the reception. Mrs. Leroy Vander Weide was at the Guest Book. Gift carriers were Pam, Pat, and Paula Kooi, nephew and nieces of the groom. Flower attendants were Jean Kooi and Mrs. Roy Vanden Hul. Serving as waitresses were Donna and Carmen Kooi. Lora and Bonnie Harthoorn, Nanette Houtman. Jolene Vanden Hul and Leyla Vander Plas. The bride chose to wear her wedding dress as they left on a trip to the southern states. On their return they will be home at 801 S. Phillips in Siouth Falls. The new Mrs. Kooi is employed as an LPN at McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls and the groom attended Nettleton College and is employed as a.billing clerk at Midwest Coast Transport in Sioux Falls. Shower held for Linda Pluim Miss Linda Pluim was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower on Saturday evening, April 8 at the home of Mrs. Willard Van Steenwyk. Hostesses were Mrs. Van Steenwyk, Mrs. Kenneth Huisman, Mrs. Kenneth Pluim and Mrs. Don Pluim. Guests included Mrs. Bill Korver, Mrs. Art Pluim, Mrs. Bill Willemstyn, Mrs. Ed Schaap, Mrs. Gerrit R. Hulstein, Mrs. Harvey Pluim, Mrs. Bill Rens, Mrs. Bill Foreman, Mrs. John Van Wyk, Mrs. Norman Schaap, Mrs, Kent Eknes, Mrs. James Bolluyt, Mrs, Roger VIsser and the Misses Jo Lynn Vander Zwaag, Tammy Van Steenwyk, Lorna Schaap, Debbie Huisman, Karen Korver, Lisa Pluim, Pam Pluim, Denise Pluim, Roxie Pluim, Ruth Ann Pluim and Verla Pluim. Unable to attend but sending a gift was Mrs, Robert Vander Schaaf, The evening was spent playing games after which the bride elect opened her gifts and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Linda will become the bride of Bob Hulstein on May 13, 1972. Mrs, Charlie Kuehl from Slayton, Minn, and Mrs, John Kamstra were Monday morning coffee guests in the home of Mrs, Gerrit Kroeze. Mrs. Henry De Kraay accompanied Miss Helen Rozeboom to Ottumwa where Mrs. De Kraay is visiting In the home of her son, the Dr. Warren De Kraay's and Miss Rozeboom is visiting with her brother, William Rozeboom. Shower held for Sharon Roetman A wishing well made by Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Muilen- nurg in the colors of lavender with a touch of purple and Pink, held the gifts at the miscellaneous bridal show- or held for Miss Sharon Roetman. The happy event took place on Saturday afternoon, April 8th, at the Hospers Shelter House. The bride-to- be's chosen colors of lavender with a touch of purple were also carried out In the decorations and on the napkins and also the cake which was baked and decorated by Mrs. Bcrnle Roetman. A cafeteria style lunch was served and Sharon's grandmother, Mrs. Frank Roetman, poured the coffee. The shower was hosted by the following aunts and neighbor ladies: Mrs. John Wiersma, Mrs. Henry Verdoorn, Mrs. Willis Hofmeyer, Mrs. Gilbert Vollink, Mrs. Alma VIsser, Mrs. Bernie Roetman anrl Mrs. Ivan Mullenburg. Other invited guests were Mrs. Lammert Roetman, Mrs. Bob Mullenbure, Mrs. Frank Roetman, Mrs. Wm. Lucas, Mrs. John Kosters, Mrs. Fred Reekers, Kathy and Krlsty, Mrs. Matt Huisman, Judy, Linda, and Vicky, Mrs, Ray Van Dyke, Ramona, Bonnie, Ila, Peggy and Rita Hofmeyer, Mrs, Marge Kreykes, Mrs. Jen Zwagerman, Mrs. John Roetman, Carla, Barh and Ruth Roetman, all of Hospers, Mrs. Daryl Du Bois of Sioux Falls, Faye Roetman of Sheldon, Mrs. Ben Roetman, Mrs. Edith Kraai, Mrs. Clarence Den Hartog and Donna, Mrs, Curt Vogel and Mrs. Terry Arends all of Orange City, Mrs. Herman Vollink and Wanda, Mrs, Tunis Vollink, Jr. of Ireton, Mrs. Fred Krommendyk, Mrs. Dennis Vollink, Mrs. Fred Vollink, Mrs. Robert Van't Hull all from Hull, Mrs. Curt Roskamp, Janell, Donna and Marilyn Bait all of Edgerton, Minn., Mrs. Fred Vollink, Jr. of LeMars, Mary Roghair of Spencer, Diane and Karen Vollink of Sanborn, Paula and Joellen Visser. The bride-to- be received many lovely gifts. She will become the bride of Dennis Den Hartog on May 15th at the Hospers Christian Reformed Church. Shower held for Jane Oldenkamp Miss Jane Oldenkamp was honored at a Miscellaneous Bridal Shower on Tuesday evening, April 4th at the Rich Schnurr home. Hostesses were Judy Schnurr and Bev Moss. Guests included the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Junior Oldenkamp and Jan's sister, Nancy, her fiance's mother, Mrs. Bill Beltman, Shirley and Verla of Gran- vllle, Beverly Haack, Gloria Vander Berg of Newkirk.Mir- ium Korver, Marilyn Minten both of Alton, Darlene Menning of Orange City, Irene Vander Ploeg and Mrs. Ed Oldenkamp. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Starla Van Gelder of Rapid City, S.D. and Mrs. Pete Moss. The lunch table and center piece were decorated in the bride-to-be's chosed color of pink. She opened&her lovely gifts and the time was spent socially. Jane will become the bride of Jerry Beltman on May 5 at the Hospers Presbyterian Church. She is employed at Hospers Savings Bank and Jerry is working for Russels Ready Mix. local New Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glupker and Craig and Janolyn from Grand Rapids, Mich, spent the weekend in this vicinity visiting with relatives and friends and also spending some time on the Dordt College campus. On Sun. they were dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Gerrit ' Kroeze. Tuesday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Arie Noteboom were Mrs. Chester Van Peursem, Mrs. Dick Van Gelder, Mrs. Bob Boonstra, Mrs. Norm Boonstra, Mrs. Franklin Vogel and Mrs. Vernon Mouw and Sarah. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kleis and Mr, and Mrs. Bennet Bretveld announce the engagement of their sister Charlotte Kaye Anker, Orange City, to Mark 'Allen Ebbers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ebbers, Gibbsvllle, Wisconsin. Miss Anker is a 1969 graduate of Maurice-Orange City High School and is presently a jtudent at Northwestern College. Mr. Ebbers, also a student at Northwestern, is a 19G5 graduate of Oostburg High School. The couple plans to be married July 15. The Literature Department of the Woman's Club met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Forrest Van Oss with Mrs. Wayland Breeze in charge of the program. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Whole QUALITY PLUS PRE-BASTED (12 - 14 ib.) FRYERS 29 Ib. Turkeys 59 Cut up Fryers 35 Ib Franks g; Good Value Bacon i!fe Smoked Sliced Meats 3 s $ 1 Elf Meat Patties »,t89* Fresh Chicken Parts Drumsticks, Thighs, Breasts Ib. Butch & Rogor MOUW'S Come On Over And with the friendly folks! Kitty Clover ^ 22 oz. bottle K lOoz. .... box Potato Chips » 49 f Dove Liquid Detergent Cheerios NEW Campbells Curry Noodle Soup Salad Dressing « 39r 29f with coupon with coupon HEINZ Ketchup 3 14 OZ. botf/es Solo Bathroom Dispenser ana" cups TUNA Flav-o-rite 2 Ib. bag 2-lb. loaves 29f 29t Tomato Soup :?-10* Von Camp's Grated Tuna ;i 89* Sweet Peas 63*89* Crisco 3/b. con Potatoes VALUABLE COUPON Popcorn Rhodes Frozen Bread Dough White Marble $4 Landscape Chips ^ I We have a large variety of shrubs HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERAT ' WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good only at Mouw . Super Valu Store Offer expires April 21. Any Sales Tax Must Be Paid By Consumer. nin Cheerios. WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good only at Mouw'sj Super Valu Store . Offer expires April 21. Any Sales Tax Must B« Paid By Consumer. A.,. 1

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