Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
20 Apr 1977

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20 Apr 1977

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa Is Sioux Center news wednesday april 20,1977 Page. Friday april 22 hamburgers a Catsup baked Beans pears milk Peanut butter sandwiches monday april 25 pizza burgers and Honey butter sandwiches Green Beans fruit cup milk Peanut butter sandwiches tuesday april 26 Spaghetti a ground beef lettuce salad a French dressing fruit milk Peanut butter and buttered sandwiches wednesday april 27 hot Ham Sandwich Corn cheese logs Rice Krispie bar Peanut butter sandwiches milk or. In mrs. Brian Miller United april 2 or. & mrs. Randall Zomer Donna do Boer and Brian Miller were United in marriage saturday april 2, at 2 00 . In the Carmel reformed Church. The Rey. David Luman officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents the couple Are or. And mrs.  John j. De Boer Sioux Center and or. And mrs. Harold g. Miller Sioux Falls . The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore in antique White gown with High lace neckline Bishop sleeves and bodice trimmed with lace. An Empire gored skirt with an attachable train and fingertip veil. The Bride carried a bouquet yellow roses and Green mums. A Matron Honor was Vickie Swier a Friend the Bride. Bridesmaids were Marg Lohse Friend the Bride Marg Vankekerix Delores Vankekerix and Hermina Louwerse All Sisters the Bride. They All wore floor length Short i sleeved Empire yellow Rind Green dresses. They All carried yellow and Green carnations and wore hats. Bestman was Dallas Barck Friend the Groom. Groomsmen were Steven delt Owen Friend Prothe Gro to. Clark Miller. Kim Miller Varud hand the Groom. They All wore Woodstock Green tuxedos with mint Green ruffled shirts vests and Bow ties. Kristi Vankekerix Niece the Bride was Flower girl. She wore a dress identical to the brides. She carried a Basket yellow and Green mums. Ring bearer was Todd Miller Nephew the Groom. He was dressed identical to the Groom. Kenneth de Boer brother the Bride and Gene Vankekerix. Brother in Law were Ushers and Candle lighters. Mrs. Arlis de Boer sister in Law the Bride was soloist. She was accompanied by Kathleen Altena. Hollie Miller sister the registered the guests. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Church basement for 200 guests. Punch was poured by or. And mrs. Raymond Raak. Host and hostess were or. And mrs. Ivan de Boer. After a months stay in Sioux Falls the be moving to , South Dakota. A w Groom Jean Alice Den Boer daughter or. And mrs. Peter Den Boer Rock Valley and Randall Lee Zomer son or. And mrs. Herman Zomer Rock Valley were United in marriage in a double ring ceremony at the Netherlands reformed Church in Rock Valley on april 6, 1977 at 7 30 . Officiating the ceremony was Rev. W. Suyker. The Bride Given away by her father chose a White floor length gown Sata Glo with beaded re embroidered Klencon lace v neckline with Bishop sleeves and attached Chapel train. She wore a Venise lace fingertip length veil Nylon illusion with Daisy lace trim attached to a Crown with a Pearl setting. She carried a Cascade red roses White carnations and baby s breath. Mrs. Evonne Rozeboom Friend the Bride was Matron on Honor. Judy Wiese sister the Bride was bridesmaid. They wore floor length gowns Light Blue crepe with dark Floral overlay on bodice and sheer sleeves. They each carried a Long stemmed red Rose. Leonard Rozeboom Cousin the Groom was Best Man and Herbert spaans Friend the Groom was groomsman. Ushers were Pete Den Boer and Herlan Zomer. Arlyce Den Boer was the Bride s personal attendant. Frieda Van Voorst was organist. Hilda Zomer sister the Groom registered the guests. Joanne Den Boer pinned the Flowers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Christian school gym Helen Zomer and Jerry Larsen served the punch. Joane Zomer and Henrietta Uittenbogaar were cake cutters. After a Short wedding trip the couple will be residing on a farm near Inwood where the Bride is employed at the colonial Manor in Hudson ., and the Groom is employed in the packing Plant at Hawarden. Carol Roghair is Mike Kline announce engagement or. And mrs. Edward Roghair or. Sioux Center Are Happy to announce the engagement their daughter Carol to Mike Kline son or. And mrs. Roy Kline or. Cherokee. 1 Carol attended sea school prac. Nursing in Sioux Falls . And is now employed As an Len in Lemars. Mike attended nit and is employed with Browns body shop Cherokee. An october wedding is being planned. Kinsey menu wednesday april 20 vegetable soup a crackers grilled cheese sandwiches fruit milk Peanut butter sandwiches thursday april 21 mashed potatoes baked Turkey loaf Green Beans Cranberry sauce jello milk  Peanut butter & buttered sandwiches words the Bible Access the literal meaning Access is a leading or bringing into the presence Paul tells us that we can stand in Grace and have Access into Grace by Faith in Jesus rom 5 1,2. Notice that we Are not first in Grace and then have Faith. Just the opposite is the Case. We have the Faith and Only then can we enter into Grace through obedience. When we Are immersed and receive the holy spirit and live under his Power and influence we truly have Christ and thus enjoy continued Access to the father acts 2 38 Eph 2 18 rom 8 9,10 Gal 2 20 in 3 24. Has any preacher told you the whole gospel most who will read this article have never heard it. Write us for information on the True gospel which gives Access to god. Know your Bible box306 Sioux Center la. 51250 i Howard Vander Schaaf to marry september 9 or. And mrs. Thurlow Beimers Sioux Center and or. And mrs. Jim Vander Schaaf Orange City announce the engagement and Howard. / is. A senior at Unity Christian High. Howard graduated from Unity in 1975. A september 9 wedding is being planned. My Harvella Franken april 12-mrvandjylrs.pouglas Postma a daughter Rock Valley t 16-17-mr. And mrs. Marlow ten Napel a son Sioux Center. A 6y Lara Ott pm i us h9�� you fur mtg Illus collection come my by a a Ming Tuoi Lonzry. You consolidated report condition the american state Bank Sioux Center in the state Iowa and Domestic subsidiaries at the close business on March 31,1977 assets Cash and due from Banks. $1,928,000.00 . Treasury securities.,. 256,000.00 obligations states and political subdivisions. 1,157,000.00 Loans total excluding unearned income. 22,119,000.00 less Reserve for possible Joan losses. 349,000.00 Loans. . 21,770,00000. Bank Pron discs furniture and fixtures and other assets representing Bank . I 507,000.00 other . 490.000.60. Total assets. 26.108,000.00 liabilities demand deposits individuals partnerships and corporations. 5,178,000.00 time and savings deposits individuals partnerships and corporations. 17,477.000.00. Deposits United states government. 53,060.00 deposits states and political subdivisions. 746,000.00 certified and officers checks. 7,000.00 total deposits. 23,461,000.00 a. Total demand . 5,425,000.00 b. Total time and savings deposits. 18,036,000.00. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase. 500,000.00 mortgage indebtedness.8,000.00 other liabilities 285,000.00 total liabilities a. 24.254,000.00 equity capital preferred Stock a. No shares outstanding. 0 common Stock a. No shares authorized. 6000 b. No. Shares outstanding. 6000 . Undivided profits.,. Total equity capital. Total liabilities and equity capital. .300,000.00 .500.000.00. 1,054,000.00. 1,854.000.00 .26,108,000.00 a memoranda. Average for 15 or 30 Calendar Days ending with Call Date a. Cash due from Banks.?�. 1.350,000.00 b. Total Loans.,.22,185,000.00 c. Time deposits $100.000or . 2,708.000.00 d. Total deposits.".. .23,289,000.00 e. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase. 58,000.00 standby letters credit outstanding.,. 60,000.00 time deposits $100,000or More. A -.t. Time certificates Deposit in denominations $100,000 or . 2.335,000,00 other time amounts $100,000-or More.\,.,/.iv 373,000.00 to wow. Pale pen Herder and Harold the above Nance Bank do solemnly affirm that this report condition is True and Correct to the Best ourt knowledge and belief a. ,. ,. Al i?.f. A

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