Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 14 Dec 1977
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa
Faces times Sioux Center news wednesday december 14,1977 page.4 or. And mrs. Hirry Kroeze to celebrate 60th anniversary december 13 or. And mrs. Harry Kroeze will be having their 60th wedding anniversary on dec. 13. They will be celebrating on sat. Dec. 17 with an open House from 2 till 4 at the Orange City Christian school. There will be a Short program at 2 30. Friends and relatives Are invited. The children will be hosting the event. They Are Edward of Alton mrs. John Nelvie Wynia of Maurice mrs. We. Harriet Vander Linden Ofleta minn., 18 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. The couple request no gifts. Sioux Center by Henrietta scan Temu George snieder has been transferred Back to the local Hospital after being under specialized care in the St. Lukes Hospital in Sioux City for a few Days. Lavonne two year old daughter of or. And mrs. Rodney Compaan is a patient in the Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls ., under care for a Bowel obstruction. Mrs. Ben Vander Veen who had been living in the Franken Manor moved Back to her former Home on 3rd ave. Be. Saturday. Or. And mrs Norman Matheis who had been living there for some time have taken Possession of the former Marion Krediet Home which they purchased some time ago. Members of the Miriam Circle of the first reformed Church were guests at a Christmas Brunch held tuesday morning in the Home of mrs. Wilmer Hulstein. Fred Elsinga who lives in the local Hospital Wing has been admitted to the St. Lukes Hospital in Sioux City for medical care. Pete Schouten sr., has been re admitted to the veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls ., for further medical care. Linda and Loren plan August wedding the great imposters Friday december 23 Avalon ballroom reinsert Iowa starting at 9 a in. Or. And mrs. Warren snieder of Sioux Center and or. And mrs. George Vogel of Orange City Are Happy to announce the engagement of their children Linda and Loren. Linda is currently studying to be a licensed practical nurse in Sioux Falls Loren is employed by Kepp construction company in Orange City. An August wedding is being planned. If or. And mrs. Jerry Dykstra to observe 50th wedding anniversary or. And mrs. Jerry Dykstra will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with an open House on monday december 26, 1977 from 2 tos . At Central reformed Church in Sioux Center. Hosts will be their children Rev. And mrs. Jim Elaine Boogerd Lakewood California or. And mrs. Loran Dolores Keller St. Paul Minnesota and or. And mrs. Virgil Dykstra Des Moines Iowa. There Are six grandchildren. Friends neighbors and relatives Are invited for a time of Fellowship. Or. And mrs. Floyd Van Engen Mary Lynn Vollertsen and Floyd Van Engen United november 26 in Hamburg Iowa Mary Lynn Vollertsen and Floyd Allen Van Engen were United in marriage on saturday nov. 26, 1977 at 3 00 . In the first methodist Church in Hamburg la. With Rev. Frank Johnke officiating. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Marvin Vollertsen of Hamburg la. And or. And mrs. Harvey Van Engen of Inwood la. The Bride escorted by her father wore a White gown and Halo of White Stepha Notis and baby s breath. She carried a bouquet of White orchids White sweetheart roses Stepha Notis and baby s breath. Matron of Honor was mrs. Rick Beckwith a College Friend of the Bride. Bridesmaid was mrs. Larry Armer. They both wore gowns of Dusty Rose Ultra swede and carried mini carnations Poms baby breath Stepha Notis and accented with Brown Star Flowers. Best Man was or. Bob Van Engen brother of the Bride. Groomsman was Dave Meylink. Ushers were Randall Vollertsen Doug Van Engen Brian Van Engen and Drew Vogel. Organist was or. De beam. The Trio Sang just us you Light up my life and god woman and guest Register was Lana Kingma. A reception was held after the ceremony at the landmark restaurant in Hamburg. Host and hostess was or. And mrs. Randy Vollertsen. After a Short wedding trip to Omaha the couple will be making their Home in Sioux Center where Floyd is self employed at Van Engels downtown meats and Mary is a speech clinician for area education Agency 4. R Dort development foundation annual Campaign 3 year goal. $100,000.00 raised last year $36,750.00 left to be raised $63,250.00 next 2 years funds raised in this three year program will be used for operational support and for the $2.0 million building program in Progress at Dort those businessmen who have made Multi year commitments to the program Are receiving reminders by mail in the months they designated. All others Are being contacted in the next few weeks. P the Dort development foundation advisory committee Butch Cleveringa Roger Evans de Roetman James Stachour or. Robert Vermeer and Roger Visser a f to
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