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 9 o pm the Good doctor at the Tepaske theatre april 30 or. In mrs Norman Krull miss Eileen Vander Vliet daughter of mrs. Gerrit Vander Vliet of Sioux Center and Norman Krull son. Of or. And mrs. Alvin Krull of George were United in marriage saturday april 9, at 2 00 . In the first reformed Church of Sioux Center. Rev. Alvin Honkon pastor of the Groom officiated at the double ring ceremony. The Bride escorted Down the aisle by her Mother wore a gown of White sheer polyester organza Over taffeta. It featured a lace trimmed a neckline and fitted bodice with a gored skirt outlined in Venise lace. Lace appliques accented the skirt and gathered full train that ended in a flounce. The full sheer Bishop sleeves were also trimmed with Matching lace. The double layered Elbow length veil of bridal illusion was edged in Venise lace and caught into a fitted Cap. She carried a Cascade bouquet of White roses Blue Stepha Notis and babies breath. Mrs. Sue Bonnema sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Shirleen Plantage and mrs. Ruth Lyftogt friends of the Bride. They wore a line crepe dresses with sheer print capes and flared sleeves in the brides chosen colors of Light Blue mint Green and yellow respectively. Each carried a nosegay of yellow Blue and Green with ribbon streamers. The Groom was attired in a White Tuxedo with White ruffled shirt and wore a White Rose boutonniere. The Best Man. Dale Hansmann Friend of the Groom and groomsmen Myron and Lloyd Krull Brothers of the Groom wore Black tuxedos with Blue Green and yellow ruffled shirts respectively. Organist was mrs. Frieda Vande Brake. She also accompanied the soloist Jay Lyftogt As he Sang the wedding song and god gave me you before and after the ceremony. Candle lighters were or. And mrs. Greg Vander Vliet brother and sister in Law of the Bride. Anthony Bonnema brother in Law of the Bride and Dennis do Vries Friend of the Groom ushered. Mrs. Marilyn Brummel was the brides personal attendant. Mrs. Jenny Hansmann pinned corsages. Lori Krull sister of the Groom registered the guests. A reception was held in the Church Parlours with or. And mrs. Dennis Hansmann As Host and hostess. Carol Wetherell and Duane Enderson poured punch. After a wedding trip to Las vegas the couple Are at Home on a farm near George where the Groom is engaged in farming with his father. Doug Kings fief to speak the Sioux land couple s club will be having a banquet saturday evening april 30 at 7 00 . In the Dort commons Sioux Center Iowa. Doug Kingsriter of Bloomington minn., will be the guest speaker. Doug now with the Chicago bears was a tight end for the Minnesota Vikings from 1973-1976. He was a Apall american in 1971 for the Minnesota gophers and All big ten in 1971 and 1972. He also played in two superbowl his first two seasons As a pro. Doug is married to the former Debbie Patton of Odessa tex., who resigned As miss teenage. America in 1970. He has been a member of the Fellowship of Christian athletes since his Days at Richfield minn., High school. Musical entertainment will be provided by or. And mrs. Dick Jongewaard of Sioux Center. Come and enjoy an evening of Good food music and Fellowship. The Cost for this banquet is $9.00 per couple. Reservations May be by contacting al pals or al Woudstra in Orange City or Larry Visser or Bill Estes at Sioux Center. All reservations must be in by april 28. 60 donate blood sixty persons donated blood at the Sioux Center Hospital on april 12, 1977. Roberta Colon and Andrew Wagenaar of Sioux Center both donated a gallon pint. The sub Mobile unit will return to the Sioux Center Hospital on May 24, 1977. This will be an extra visit this year to accommodate the Many blood donors of the area. Hopefully this should decrease the waiting time. The Sioux land blood Bank member of the american association of blood Banks gratefully acknowledges the support of the Community and the following donors Sioux Center Roberta Colon David Heisman Gaile de Vos Dawn de groot Marlene Alverda Dwayne Robertson Gloria Elgersma Garold Cleveringa Harold Kuiken Brian Vander Vliet Orlan Gulker Gary Draayer Del Smidt Sherman Wissink Kathy Den Hartog Robert Van ruler Ruth Cleveringa Bradford Vermeer Harold Kaemingk Bertha Roetman Cornelius Bleeker Harlan Hofmeyer Brenda note Boom Doug Taylor Hilbert de weird Marvella Horstman Garold de Stigter Mark a. Hugen Harlan Bootsma Karen de Boer Andrew Wagenaar arlys boterhoek Raymond f. Miller Henry j. Baker Gilbert Meyer Vernon Boone Henrietta Van Den 1 Brink Dann veld Kamp Ronald Van Den Berg Mamie Riepma a Wayne de Jong Jean Bierma Lenice Tegrotenhuis Marcia Bleeker Lee Erickson Loretta Horner Mary Louise Gardner Harry Hoogers boy Dent Arlen Doorenbos 1 Hulu Kathleen Schreurs Ireton John g. Sjaarda Delbert Schipper Maurice Esther Athena Robert Van i a John a Iki Bock vdlaviwaitvvfl1pnttni a Law the old Creamery theatre company of Garrison Iowa is coming to Sioux Center with the Good doctor Neil Simon s comic adaptation of nine Anton Chekhov Short stories. The Good doctor will be presented at 8 ., saturday april 30 at the to Paske theatre. The sketches included in the play cover the emotional Gamut from hysterically funny to warmly poignant. The title refers to Chekhov himself nineteenth Century russian physician turned author who became one of his country s most important and Best loved writers. Neil Simon who adapted the stories for the stage is by far the most Profilip american playwright of the 20th Century with such hits As Barefoot in the Park  the Odd couple the Sunshine boys and Plaza suite to his credit. The Chekhov Simon collaboration on the Good doctor Marks a joining of two comic geniuses that Bridges two centuries and two continents. The Creamery production is directed by Richard Edwards who joined the Garrison theatre after leaving san Francisco where he was conservatory manager at the american conservatory theatre. Featured in the cast Are Alex Zonn As Chekhov Kathryn Drury Meg Merckens c. Thomas Cunliffe and Richard Barker. Costumes for the production were designed by Ann Olson. Original music was composed by Don Keipp of Iowa City. Tickets Only $1.50 for senior citizens Ami students and $2.50 for All others can be purchased in the Dort College student building office or can be reserved by calling Dort at 712-722-3771. Kalamazoo chrisitan High band to perform Here on thursday april 21, at 8 00 . The concert band from Kalamazoo Christian High will present an informal concert in room c160 at Dort College. The band from Kalamazoo under the direction of or. Robert Van Sprange will be in Sio tix Center for the Dort College music festival on Friday april 22. There will be no admission charge for the concert. April cancer control month governor Robert d. Ray has proclaimed april As cancer control month for the state of Iowa. Witnessing the signing of the official proclamation March 23 in Ray s office was Clarence h. Denser jr., m.d., president of the Iowa division of the american cancer society. In the proclamation Ray urges All iowans to support the educational and fund raising efforts of the american cancer society As part of cancer control month in april. Ray noted that cancer will strike 690,000 americans this year 9,900 of them iowans. One out of three cancer patients is now being cured. Medical authorities estimate that under Ideal conditions of Early detection diagnosis and treatment the cure rate could approach one of every two patients. During april cancer control month throughout the United states by act of Congress and presidential proclamation More than 55,000 american cancer society Volunteer crusaders will Call on iowans at their Homes and places of business to stress the importance of cancer s warning signals the value of regular health examinations and to seek contributions in support of the society s programs of cancer research Public education professional education Public information and a service and rehabilitation program for cancer patients Sioux Center news wednesday april 20,1977 Page 5 pvt Mulder plays army basketball Petil Donrita f. Mulder daughter of Alvin Mulder of Sioux Center is stationed at fort Meade Maryland and works at the United states army infantry interpretation Center at Washington . Donna was recently involved As a member of the All army women s basketball team and the National women s Amature athletic tournament held in los Angeles Calif never injure a Friend even last Chance for this free offer americas leading fireplace systems yours when you buy any woo burning heat Lator fireplace Between now and april 30,1977. This $38.35 retail value has All the things you la need to get instant fun out of your new fireplace. Popcorn Popper scissor tongs fireplace Bellows log tote Kolor coals Kindl Caps fireplace stick matches free standing fireplaces available in a wide Range of models sizes and in popular House & Garden decorator colors providing great flexibility for locating anyplace in any room Mark 123 most popular heat Lator fireplace Model ranging through Many sizes and Type openings. All real woo burning models. All submissions for the free fireplace fun kit must be postmarked no later than May 15,1977 11 Ini in l a 4j&m Sioux Center Zimring fading paint on your House talk to us about new maintenance free siding and see what Vinyl aluminium col orlock etc., pre finished vertical and horizontal siding can do. For your House

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