The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on April 27, 1972 · Page 5
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 5

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1972
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ly Meendering ies bride of s Jansen iy evening, April 11, el Christian Reformed was the scene of ng ceremony ofBev- endering and Dennis Their vows were In candle light be- allar, open bible and ras of lavender and om'poms. Rev. Henry Vanden ilflclated. Is of the couple are I Mrs. John Meender- bpers, and Mr. and rard Jansen, Sioux led to the altar by her ie bride was elegant IT length gown of or- ocked bile front, high bishop sleeves trlm- raschel lace, A-llne i flounce hem. ng mantilla of silk tdged In lace secured kiwn. Ide carried a cas7 white roses with a, orchid in the cen- Douma played the or- iccompanled Lowell irg as he sang, "Hold Hand" and The Wed- yer." all Meendering was icnor for her sister. »W was Mrs. Roger B gowns were fashion- chiffon of yellow and on white background mder taffeta under- ng sleeves, empire ruffle at hemline. re sewed by Mrs. Sneller aunt of the Wants carried bou- lavender pom poms w streamers. and Jim Hoog- ered the 190 guests e candles. ants for the groom win Jansen, bestman !r Punt, groomsmen. 'w's personal atten- 'Mrs. Jim Dirkson, »e bride and corsage i Miss Doris Kraay- wusin of the bride. wnderlng chose an white polyester '" long sleeves and '8 jacket, with white «. The groom's •nose a white and na. WI Polyester dress 88 quarter sleeved matching pat- tas, iacket, and lte accessories. corsage of five ses, M Manor came to n - law ' Mrs « on saturda^ them Mr «« Alton. The homes, The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sneller as host and hostess. Miss Leah Meendering was in charge of the guest book and Gloria Beltman and John Peuse served punch. Stan Wynia was master of ceremonies for a short program. Opening gifts were Glenda Punt, Hillene Kraayenbrink and Karla Sneller, cousins of the bride. Receiving gifts were Lisa Meendering, Monica Meendering and Linda Punt, also cousins. The bride is a beautician working at Myrna's Beauty Shop in Orange City. The groom is employed by his father and part time by Art Schuiteman. After a wedding trip to the Lake of the Ozarks, Chicago, and Wisconsin, the couple will make their home ^n Sioux Center. - Joyce Eason engaged to Perry De Groot Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eason of Orange City, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to Perry De Groot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth De Groot of Doon. Both are presently juniors at Northwestern College. The couple plans a December wedding, Shower held for Carol Huenink Miss Carol Huenink was the guest of honor at a bridal shower held at the home of Mrs. Peter Bos at Maurice on Friday evening. Hostesses were aunts of the groom. Guests included Mrs. Ed Van Gorp, Mrs. Lloyd Van Gorp, Mrs. Richard Huenink and Lisa, Mrs. Howard Van Gorp and Patricia, Mrs, Russell Van Gorp, Mrs. Perry Van Gorp from Sioux Center and Karen Van Roekel from Maude, Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Roger Van Gorp, Mrs. Donald Van Gorp and two daughters from Montevideo. The evening was spent playing games after which the bride elect opened her many lovely gifts and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Carol will become the bride of Kenneth Van Gorp on June 2, Mr, andMrs.VernonSchoep and Linda visited in the Ivan Stlenstra home in Spencer last Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Abe Schie- bout and Denlse visited with Kieth Roos at the Sheldon Hospital on Saturday evening. Mrs. Albert Sprlk was a Sunday dinner guest in the Marlon Jasper home. ^^'W*i** ^:f-'Y~M'J' t/K They named the BABY •**»' Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Van Meekern of Sanborn, Iowa Became the proud parents of a baby boy on April 16. He was named Ryan Jay and weighed 9 Ibs. 4* oz. He has one sister Lisa Renee to welcome htm. The mother is the former Louetta Bynes. Grandparents are Mr,, and Mrs. Y^r Kleinwolterink of B°yo*en and Mrs. Jake Van Meekern of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fedders of Littleton, Colo. m^Tn , parents of a son on A P riI 23. He has been named Douglas Lee and weighed 6 Ibs 5 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marlnus Fedders of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grenvengoed of Paw Paw, 111. Mr. and Mrs. David Bogaard of Orange City are the parents of a son, Steven David, born April 18. He weighed in at 8 Ibs. 1 oz. His mother is the former Carol Hagena. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kellen of Alton. He weighed 8 Ibs. 6} oz. and has been named Karl Scott. His mother is the former Elizabeth Neitzel. Andrew Lee Is the name chosen for the new baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Ommeren on April 22. He weighed 8 Ibs. 12$ oz. His mother is the former Anna Mae Vanden Bosch. Dinner guests last Thursday evening in the Dr. Peter Pals home were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Van Gorp and family from Sioux Center and Cheryl Klelnhesslink, who returned home from Viet Nam on Easter Sunday. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Plender were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Plender and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plender and family. Mr. and Mrs. VirgilRowen- horst, Jim and Lois Somsen and Mr. and Mrs. Meryln Kraai spent the weekend at the Lakes opening their cottage for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schie- bout and Judy from Austin, Texas and Mrs. Chris Schie- bout from Sioux Center were supper guests last Thursday evening in the Abe Schiebout home. Sunday supper and evening guests in the Alvin Nibbelink home were Mr. and Mrs. Wll- lard J. Nibbelink and family from Hills, Minnesota. Dan Meylink, Jim Spradling and Jerry Van Ravens- waay spent the weekend in their respective parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mulder spent Sunday afternoon visiting with the Larry Muilenburg family in Springfield, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Hoogland and daughter from Magnolia, Minn, were Saturday evening visitors in the John H. Nibbelink home. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Pals and Robin will be leaving on Thursday to spend the weekend in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Obbink and family were Sunday visitors in the R. J. Obbink home in Hawarden helping them celebrate their anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Huisman of Hospers, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy Ann, to Jay Schipper, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Schipper of Hospers, Iowa. An August wedding is planned. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Family Pack Pork Chops Center Cut End Cut 79* Commodore Brand Fish Cakes Ib 49* Wilson Corn King c.o.v. Braunschweiger lb 59* Morrell Sliced Picnics «>. Oscar Mayer Variety Pack —^ _^ . Lunch Meat EL89* Butch & Roger MOUW'S Offer good thru Mon., May 1 Elf Salad Dressing F/av-o-r/fe (Assorted Flavors) Ice Cream DETERGENT OXYDOL 69< with coupon r lav-o-rite Go/. 590 Head Lettuce 19* Cucumbers ea. Hunt's Peaches Pretzel Sticks vl|%|%^ •••••••••••• Flav-o-Hte No. 2/2 cans Potato Chips 12 oz. box •••••••••••••a* 49* Red and Ripe CALIFORNIA Van Camp's Strawberries Porke e No. 300 »••••** cons The Wet Ones Butternut 3 lb. can Towelettes Northern &« Lawn& BMtter-Niit Coffee.,™—,l£- WITH THIS COUPON WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon Per Family Good only »t MOUW'S Super V O«er eipires Mon., May 1. TJX Must Be PaW By Consume Leaf Baas Limit One Coupon Per Family Good only it Mouw's Super v»lu OJfcr «j»lre« Man., Mw >. Any Sales T|x Must Be Paid By Cowmer. 030 Coffee $909 with coupon rxwnnern ^^ £• Bathroom Tissue 3 I Set. box 69* HOME OWNED . • • HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED • . . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . - . HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, April ?7,

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