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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa
P t i or. And mrs. Gerrit Rozeboom to celebrate 65th anniversary with open House August 21 or. And mrs. John Rozeboom of Sand Lake Mich. Or. And mrs. Julius hop of Lemars and or. And mrs Gerald Korver of Orange City. They have 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. The Rozeboom were married August 20, 1912, at Newkirk Iowa. The couple requests no gifts. Or. And mrs. Gerrit j. Rozeboom of Orange City la. Will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary with an open House from 2 00 . To 5 00 . Sunday August 21 at Fern Smith Hall in Orange City. Relatives neighbors and friends Are Welcome. Hosting the event will be their children or. And mrs. Marv Brower Doris Groter and Marv Brower United july 29 at first reformed Church Doris Groter and Marv Brower were United in marriage on Friday july 29 at 8 00 . In the first reformed Church of Sioux Center with Rev. Thurman Rynbrandt officiating. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Lawrence Groter of Doon and or. And mrs. John Brower of Maurice. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a White Princess line Chiffon knit dress with Venice lace pearls and appliques trimmed the neckline Long flowing sleeves bodice and skirt. The full Back fell into a Chapel length train edged with Matching trim. A fingertip veil of double illusion attached to a Juliet Cap edged with Matching trim. She carried a cascading bouquet of red sweetheart roses White starburst babies breath and greenery. Char Fluit Friend of the Bride served As maid of Honor. Char de Jong Friend of the Bride was bridesmaid. Tracy Nagel served As Flower girl. They All wore Light Blue dresses with White lace trim. They carried a bouquet of White and yellow starbursts and Blue carnations. Best Man was Glen Brower brother of the Groom. Groomsman was Jerry Larson Friend of the Groom. Ring bearer was Jeff Van were Barry de Pree and Jeff voc friends of the Groom. They All wore Light Blue tuxedos with dark Blue trim. Organist was mrs. Arie Oliver. Soloist was Debbie Berg she Sang wedding song and Evergreen. After the ceremony the reception was held in the Church Parlours. Registering guests were Linda Vanden Hoik. Punch pours were Dennis Groters and Jody Mitchell. Host and hostess was or. And mrs. Stan Rozeboom. Master of ceremonies was or. Cliff Hoekstra. After a wedding trip to Omaha the couple will be making their Home at Sunrise estates. Or. And mrs. Stan Rozeboom Cherilyn Runia and Stan Rozeboom United in double ring ceremony july22 or. And mrs. James Vande Zan Sculp Patricia Sandbulte and James Vande Zan Sculp United july 28 Patricia Sandbulte and James Vande Zan Sculp were United in marriage at 7 30p.m on thursday july 28. The double ring Candle Light ceremony too place in the Carmel reformed Church of , with Rev. David Laman officiating. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Vernon Sandbulte and or. And mrs. Henry Vande Zan Sculp. The Bride escorted Down the aisle by her father wore a White a Ine gown with a fitted bodice of organza Over Satin. A ruffled edged the skirt and formed an up sweep on the Long full train. A a neckline and bodice were edged with lace As were the double layered Cape sleeves. Layer of bridal illusion caught into the Headpiece and trimmed with lace. The bridal bouquet was of mums and carnations in Fri now and mint Green. Mary Sandbulte sister of the Bride served As maid of Honor. Bridesmaid was Janice Vande Zan Sculp sister of the Groom. Flower girl was Cindy Deboer Niece of the Bride. They wore dresses of Floral print Over Satin in yellow and mint Green. The brides personal attendant was mrs. Valerie Mouw. Jeris Vande Zan Sculp brother of the Groom served As Best Man. Marv Vande Zan Sculp also brother of the Groom was groomsman. Scott Vande Zan Schulp Nephew of the Groom was ring bearer. Candle lighters were Leah and Gary Sandbulte sister and brother of the Bride who also stood up. They were dressed As the other attendants. Ushers were Harlan Vande Zan Schulp and John Mouw. The Groom wore a White Tuxedo with Black trim and Matching shirt. The other attendants wore yellow and mint tuxedos with Matching shirts. Organist was Betty Sandbulte. Soloist Gerald Vanroekel Sang the wedding prayer and whither thou a reception was held in the Church Parlours. Kim Sandbulte registered guests. Punch pour cars were Linda Sandbulte and Doug Roetman. Host and hostess were or. And mrs. Conrad Vande Zan Schulp. After a honeymoon to Minnesota the couple will be making their Home five Miles East of Sioux Center where the Groom is engaged in farming. Cherilyn Runia and Stan Rozeboom were United in marriage at 7 30 . On Friday july 22. The double ring ceremony took place in the Christian reformed Church of Ocheyedan Iowa with Rev. Harverd de groot officiating. Parents of the couple arc or. And mrs John b. Runia of Ocheyedan and or. And mrs. Gerrit h. Rozeboom of Sioux Center. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. Matron of Honor was mrs. Doug Quenzer sister of the Bride. were miss Crystal Runia sister of the Bride and miss Janice Rozeboom sister of the Groom. They wore Pink crepe dresses. Miniature Bride was miss Kelly Van Zee Friend of the wore a dress identical to the brides. The brides personal attendant was Jolene Hilma a Friend of the Bride. Verlyn Rozeboom brother of the Groom was Bestman. Groomsmen were or. Dunne Van Zee and or. Rog Bomgaars friends of the Groom. They All wore Burgandy tuxedos. Miniature was Jeff Runia Cousin of the Bride. He was dressed in a Burgandy Tuxedo also. Ushers were Dave Vermeer and Lauren Kaemingk friends of the Groom. Candy lighters were miss Aletha Runia sister of i he Bride and or. Arlyn Rozeboom brother of the Groom. The organist was mrs. Rog Bomgaars. Lauren Runia and Connie Mouw Sang two diets god a woman and a Man and the gift of a reception was held following the ceremony. Miss Karen Rozeboom sister of the Groom registered the guests. Or. And mrs. Mark Soho Ticman friends of the couple served the punch. Host and hostess were or. And mrs. Rich Mccoy sister and brother in Law of the Groom. After a honeymoon to Kansas City the couple will be making their Home in Sioux Center. Stan will continue farming and Cherilyn will continue working at Dort College. Sioux Center news wednesday August 17,1977 Page. 5 a Acy a school ,0c % save $1.00 on every $10.00 Purchase Good August 18thrii August 23 Ottly and also take advantage of our slashed prices on All Sale merchandise it s Worth a trip to the Young american sh0ppe open every thursday evening phone 722-2334 a Sioux Center Iowa adequate insulation not Only saves Energy it saves you Money insulating is the single most important thing a Homeowner can do to reduce the amount of Energy consumed. In addition it s one of the Best investments you can make. What else can pay for itself in four or five years adequate insulation a few years ago is not adequate today. You need at least an r-19 Factor in the ceiling 6" of Batt insulation but preferably 10" r-30. Tell your dealer or contractor you want at least r-11 in the Walls and r-13 under the floors. The higher the a values the More efficient the insulation. Some types of insulation offer greater efficiency in less space than others. Compare the types and costs. Your electric Bill. Make the least of it. Sioux electric cooperative ass n Orange City Iowa a member cooperative of the nip co system. Aug. 18-19 & 20 thurs. & Fri. 9am to 9pm sat. 9am to noon free refreshments Register for Over $725. In prizes. Stop in and tour the newest & most Complete facilities in Northwest Iowa. We specialize in graduation portraits family groups children weddings & anniversaries pets reunions Aerial photos passports we also carry a Complete line of wedding stationery napkins Etc Mats frames & books. 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