The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 20, 1972 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1972
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le Ruisch gedto . nd Mrs. Howard of Maurice announce Lento(thelrdaugh- at the , v of Northern Iowa. , u ple plans lobe mar- Inia Boersma bed to Alvey |l( | Mrs, Herman (Hop- sma of Sheldon, Iowa, and Mrs. Robert Al- lollandale, Minn, an- eengagement of their and son, Virginia a Is employed as a at Northwest Iowa 1 School In Sheldon. Is a graduate of ern College of Ity, Iowa. He has ipleted his military the U.S. Army, ntte wedding date et. School Menu APRIL 21 s or ham ships , celery sticks :kles slices (bars APRIL 24 J potatoes lltle plums , Milk >' APRIL 25 atalches lers ! salad Mi fruit ch «, Milk W APRIL 26 f Potatoes »l turkey & dressing . Milk APRIL 27 ft ham Showers held for Shirley Raak Miss Shirley Raak was the guest of honor at a surprise miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of her parents on Tuesday afternoon, March 28. Those present were aunts and cousins: Mrs. Arie Raak, Mrs. Dick De Boer and Joan De Boer from Rock Valley, Mrs. Jerry Snyders from Alvord, Mrs. Henry VanderVlietfrom Rock Valley, Mrs. Marlene Punt, Mrs. LornaVanderVllet and Mrs. Sharon Snlederfrom Sioux Center, Mrs. Henry Blankenspoor and Mrs. Geraldine Blankenspoor from George, Mrs. Sally Koolker from Boyden, Mrs. Wlltna Blankenspoor, from Doon, Mrs. Henry Bartels, Mrs. John De Boer, Mrs. Delores Van Kekerix from Sioux Center, Mrs. Rose Koolma from Inwood, Mrs. Hermina Louwerse from Orange City, Mrs John Wesselink, Mrs. Doris Wesselink from Rock Valley, Mrs. Albert Moss from Luverne and Mrs. Betty Faber from Sioux Falls. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Gloria De Boer, Mrs. Margaret Van Kekerix, Mrs. Audrey Vermilyla, Karen Vander Sluis, Linda Moss, Mrs. Thelma Baker, Mrs. Bernard Hulsman and Mrs. Bev Vonk. The afternoon was spent by making a scrapbook while Shirley opened her many lovely gifts. A delicious lunch was then served by the hostesses. Shirley was also the recipient of a miscellaneous bri- da shower on Saturday afternoon, April 1 at the Rev. R. Van Heukelom home with Mrs. Connie Van Heukelom hostess, assisted by Mrs. R. Van Heukelom. Those present at this time were Mrs. Martin Raak, Mrs. Arie Raak, Mrs. George Hulzenga, Mrs. Einar Eknes, Mrs. Tony Frederes, Mrs. Jerry Frederes, Mrs. Muriel Powell, Mrs. Dave Meyllnk, Mrs. Kim Spradllng, Mrs, Randy Harms, and Etta Ruth Kepp. Unable to atttend but sending gifts were Lynn Krommendyk, Mrs. Tryna Muilenburg, Mrs. Karla Aalberts, Miss Sandra Raak, Mrs. Le Ann Madden, Mrs. Peggy Johnson, Mrs. Wayne Stewart, and Mrs. Ward Kepp. The afternoon was spend playing games, after which a delicious lunch was served from a buffet table decorated in the bride-to-be's chosen colors. Shirley will become the bride of Virgil Frederes on June 2. Surprise showers for;,, He I en Oolman '-A 1 surprise miscellaneous shower was given for Helen Oolman on April 1 by Henrietta Oosterhuls and Mary Wurpts. Those attending were: Eunice Oolman, Esther Visser, Bev Boogerd, Ruth Grohs, Mary Wurpts, Jane De Koster, Leona Huitink, Kathy Meendering, Henrietta Oosterhuis, Mrs. Kathryn Hibma, and Kathryn A. Hibma. Several games were played after which a delicious lunch was served. Helen received many lovely gifts. After bowling on April 5, Helen was again surprised with a shower. Those attending were: Esther Visser, Norma Lucas, Gwen Van Wechel, Carol Oolman, Leona Huitink, Elaine Wielenga, Jane Lancaster, Ellen Vlleger. After, Helen opened her gifts a delicious lunch was served. On Friday, April 7, another surprise shower was given for Helen. Those attending were: Eunice Oolman, Maria and Renae Vande Kamp. Mrs. William Sluis, Martina Muilenburg, Gwen Hoogland, Henrietta Stander, Leona Egglnk, Ruth De Haan, Norma Stander, Myna Muilenburg, Eleanor De Jong, Esther Muilenburg, Ladonna Van Meeteren, Helen Muilenburg, Jen Muilenburg, Linda Van Berkum, Alyda Muilenburg, Margaret Van't Hof, Arlene Oolman, GertVan Gorp, Esther Bos, Frances Van Gorp, Henrene Van Gorp. Games were played after which a delicious lunch was served. », Milk On April 12, Helen was surprised again with a miscellaneous shower. Those attending were Eunice Oolman, Maria and Renae Vande Kamp, Marge and Mary Reinders, Charlotte, Barb, and Rachel Huitink, Pearl, Phyllis and Myra Oolman, Marietta Van Der Weide, Car- irnoon"Mr' B S ?f °* Oolman, and Viola Huitink. ° m ° especially ? Helen received many useful ^peciaiiy fo r g lfts> Games were playe d and ocnol- delicious lunch was served, Helen will become the bride of Bill Sluis, on May 26. »Scholten from *'« Anna schol- in the home last pomec/ ffie BABY °° rdt of Gririnell, Iowa became BJrl on A P r U 6. She was named lbs- l3 *' Mr - andMrs * Herm Shower held for Karen Katje A surprise miscellaneous bridal shower was given in honor of Karen Katje on Tuesday evening, March 4, in her home. After games were played the bride-to-be opened many lovely gifts and a lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Jim Franken, Mrs. Arend Broek, Mrs. Dave Broek, and Mrs. Bill De Koter. Guests attending were her mother and sister, Mrs. Prank Katje and Bev, the groom-to-be's mother and sisters, Mrs. Clarence Klein, Wanda and Ruth, Mrs. John Van Seek, Marilyn and Marla, Mrs. Gaynor Te Grotenhuis, Mrs. Cornle BrOek, and Diane, Mrs. Warren Post, Mrs. Harv Nlbbelink, Mrs. John Franken, Mrs. Jim Franken, Mrs. Bill Broek, Rose andPaulette.Mrs. Arend Broek and Marianne, Mrs. Rich Rens, Jr., Mrs. Stan Van Otterloo, Mrs. Dave Broek, Mrs. Darwin Broek, Mrs. Roger Broek, Mrs. Les Broek and Mrs. Pete Schouten. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were the bride- to-be's sisters Mrs. Darrell Van Klompenburg and Mrs. Ron Katje. Others were Mrs. John Broek, Jr., Mrs. Bill De Koter and Elaine, Mrs. Gary De Koter, Mrs. J. Broek, Mrs. Will Van Engen, Mrs. Paul Dekker, Mrs. John Hulshof, Mrs. Gerrlt Davelaar and Mrs, Art Franken. Karen will become the bride of Arlln Klein on June 21. Local News Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters went to Boyden on Monday to visit with his brother who is very ill. A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan on Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Butch Vander Laan. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorp and family and Mrs. Wm. Van Gorp Sr. New books at OC Public Library Whether you are young, old, or somewhere in-between, the Orange City Public Library has the appropriate reading materials for you. The librarian and her staff are eager to help you with your selections. New books added recently include several works of fiction: "The Dark Shore" by Susan Howatch, "Miss Willie" by Janice Holt Giles; and "My Name Is Lev" by Chaim Potok. If you are planning a vacation this summer, the "Mobil Travel Guides" will be helpful In selecting motels and restaurants and in deciding what to see and do. Just received Is Lyndon B. Johnson's new book "The Vantage Point": Perspectives of the Presidency. Did you know that the record collection contains records of many types Including classical, religious, popular, show music, and records for children? New Additions here are: 'Inside 1 Trembled" by Keith Miller, "Brass Choir" by Ralph Carmiehael, "Piano Concerto No. 3" by Rachmaninoff, "The Late Beethoven Sonatas" by Charles Rosen, "What the World .Needs Now" by Arthur Fiedler, "Where Did You Come From?" by Art Llnkletter, and "Hello, Rock" by Wayne Phllpott. New additions to the juvenile collection include the Caldecott Award Winner for this year--"One Fine Day" by Nonny Hogrogian; "How Animals Learn" by Russell Freeman; "Hlldllld's Night" by Cheli Ryan; "The Kid Who Only Hit Homers" by Matt Christopher; "Miss Susy's Easter Surprise" by Miriam Young; "Henry's Pennies" by Louise McNamara; "Garden Spider Spins to Eat" by Mary Adrian; and "The Pink Elephant with Golden Spots" by P. Fix. People who've been married for a long time have different personalities when they're together than they do separately. David, 4, and Joanna, 2, children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Harding know how to make use of one of the four nice Spring days we have had. Mark Petroelje, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marv Petroelje Is running for a empty rocking animal. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. U.S.D.A. Choice Chuck Steak Morrells Chunk Cervelat 79* VALUABLE COUPON \SOfoff on a Need no refrigeration ' WITH THIS COUPON ' Limit One Coupon Per Family. Good only al Mouw's Super Valu Store . otter expires Mon., April 24. Any Sales Tax Must Be Paid By Consumer. "Quality Plus" Fresh Frozen Fryers 29* (2'/a Ib, & Up) • Whole Cut up fryers Have you tried our A legged chickens or our double breasted chickens? Fresh Chicken Parts Drumsticks, Thighs, Breasts Ib. Ib. Butch & Roger MOUW'S Otter good thru Mon., April fVttYDAY tow PR/CfS/ SALE (9 Assorted Flavors) Supw Vilu Tomato Sauce. Kraft Mustard 9* • Salad 6 oz. « n , ~ Jiffy Cake & Frosting IB Anortwi V.ri«ti«l phg. SPRING GARDEN JUBILEE! Cabbage Fresh Green Ib. Elf yellow cling Peaches Mr.Clean Hershey's Chocolate Red Potatoes W Ib. bag White Rock 50 Ib. bag 28 02. 13P bottle off label c ° Flav-o-rite (Assorted Flavors) I/J Gal. "Cream 59 fiuno nuwi ou ID. mg ... __ __ LandscapeChips..*! 69 For Shruta & Trt« Bark Nuggets H erries 2 pints Elf Super Va/u Juicy, Sweet Sunk/si Navel Y «* . . 500ct.CQC Aspirin Baby Pants 3/*1 Cottage Cheese $9+ (88 Size) Dozen HOME OWNED . . - HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED THE SIOUX COUNT* CAPITAL, Thursday, April 20, 1972—5

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