Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 21 Dec 1977
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa
Fit ?. Sioux Center news wednesday december 21,1977 page.4 Cindy and Ernie plan May wedding or. And mrs. Glen Schut of rapid City,-. Are Happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Cindy to Ernie Mecca son of or. And mrs. Jim Mecca of Thermopolis Wyo. Both Are students at Black Hills state College in Spearfish . A May wedding is being planned. The Schut family formerly made Thier Home in the Sioux Center Community and the Bride elect is a graduate of the local High school. Cathy accepted at nit Cathy Lynn Sybesma of Sheldon has been accepted for enrolment in the mechanical technology program at Northwest Iowa technical College Sheldon. The mechanical technology program is 8 quarters in length. Cathy will begin training on sept. 5, 1978 and is the daughter of or. And mrs. Syne Sybesma of Sheldon la. We than you. And wish you a joyous Christ Mab the Board of directors and staff of the Sioux Center Community Hospital and health Center wish to express their deepest appreciation for the overwhelming response in funds collected during the year 1977. Our to All who have shared so generously. We thank you and wish you a joyous Christmas. Administration Roberta Colon admin. Lee Ericson Gloria Fischer a Joy Koele. " i Henlen Charlyn Tiedeman medical records arlys boterhoek social services Marsha Brown recreation services Bruce Henryson physical therapy Lynn Peterson Cecelia of Stigter pharmacist Don Schalekamp dietitian Wilma Renblom lab and a Ray sue Scheffer Mary Boerigter Carla Roozing David bait consulting accountant Keith Oatman registered nurses v Jean Pruismann director Glenda Altena Ardrana Brunsma Pearl Brunsm Jolene Ekema Joan Vander Hart Lavina Vander Helm Elizabeth Den Herder Mary Hulshof Raj a o r m m Erma n Sharlyn Kruyd Mulder Susan Van Noord Brenda Noteboom Sharon punt Wanda punt Karen Schuiteman Cristine Snell Helen de Stigter Ruth Stover Parri Van Veldhuizen health Supery Iso a Delores warm Ink Jonna Wierda Gloria Wissink . S Linda Anderson Gladys apol Diane Franken Donna Johnson Garneth Kuiper Marsha Moss Lynn Mouw Faith Post Margean Tiedeman Wanda Tinklenberg. Ward clerk Dee Ann ver Hoef Central Supply Dillie Vander Weide nurses aides Linda Altena Linda Baker Dorthy Brendes Marilyn Blom Sharon Bomgaars Eldora Vander Brink Gladys Bruinsma Wanda Enkhorn Madeline Gesink Tracy Hoogland to Fonda hts Stein rat a in a Rafter Ann Kamerman Sally Koldenhoven Lois Mouw Kathy Raman Leola Van Ravenswaay Aldine Van Regenmorter Irene Vanroekel Bertha Roetman Nancy Vanderstouwe Donna Tilstra Gertrude Visser Brenda Voogd Mary Ann Warner Mildred Vander Welde Rar Fiona Vander Weide Lois Zomer Ann Bosch Alvora Fylstra Brenda Hamann Nel Liel min Loewe Ruth Meendering Nelva Vermulm Mina Schaa Diane Schotten Patricia Smith Agnes Suter Karen Vander Wilt dietary Jennie Vander Zan Schul supervisor Mina Bartels Mary Van Deri Berg Gertrude Bleeker Bertha Cleveringa Cheryl de Gooyer Hermina Harskamp Barbara Hebeler Ethel Keizer Raymond Latchaw Teresa Roskam Brenda Sandbulte a Lara Scholten. Thelma de Salt housekeeping Dorthy Bruinsma Leona Koerselman Elsie Mouw Henrietta Pap Gertrude Sybesma Alice de Vos laundry Jeannette Baartman Mina Mouw building maintenance Richard Vanden Berg Wilbur Riemersma w Illiam Korver emergency medical technicians Tina Van Dyke Dennis Kredit Paul Clousing Lee Ericson Shonna Plasier Marion Mouw i Don Van Voorst Niel Vanschouwen Del Smoldt Butch Schenk Dave Huisman Marj Vander Welde Helen de Stigter Helen Sybesma Bruce Roetman Scott Beernink Les Vander Weide Sandy Vander Stelt Harlan de Vries Don Mere r Donna and Allen set \ Spring wedding or. And mrs. Elroy Altena of Hull and or. And mrs. De Kroeze of Alton Are Happy to announce the engagement of their children Donna and Allen. Donna is employed at d bar h country store in Sioux Center and Allen is presently farming with his father . Of Orange City. A Spring wedding is being planned. Dawn and Craig plan summer wedding or. And mrs. Melvin Torwelle of Ireton Iowa and or. And mrs. Paul Bauer of Sioux City Iowa Are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Dawn and Craig. Dawn is a 1974 graduate of West Sioux High school and is employed at Dyna tech in Sioux Center. Craig is a 1972 graduate of Sioux Center Community and is employed at Sioux feed in Sioux Center. A summer wedding is being planned. Or. And mrs. Nelson de Jong to celebrate 50th anniversary or. And mrs. Nelson de Jong of Orange City Iowa will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open House from 3 to 8 30 . Friday dec. 30, at the Trinity reformed Church Orange City. The couple requests no gifts please. Hosts will be their children or. And mrs. Leonard Lorraine Krommendyk Orange City or. And mrs. Stan Marlys Frerichs be Mars la., and or. And mrs. Glenn Carolyn Richter Boise Idaho. They also have twelve grandchildren and one great grandchild. John Hoff s to celebrate 50th anniversary january 3 an open House observing the 50th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. John Hoff of Hull Iowa will be held in the first reformed Church of Hull on Jan. 3, 1978. The open House will be held from 7 00-9 00p.nj, ,411,friends and relatives Are Cord Kajjy 4 . Rev. And mrs. Normand. Van Manen Niece and Nephew of the a dimple from Lennox . Will be hosting the event. The couple requests no gifts please. I Anita to Oyer and Glen Van Bruggen United dec 2 at Bethel Christian reformed Church Anita Hooyer and Glen Van Bruggen were United in marriage on december 2, 1977, 7 30 . At the Bethel Christian reformed Church in Sioux Center Iowa with the Rev. John Piersma officiating at the ceremony. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Albert Hooyer of Sioux Center and mrs. Arie Van Bruggen of Ireton. The couple will be living in Sioux Center where Anita is employed at the first Anuw e maps Ter a to j a i i Folb it p Fali it a v$tljd&\mi8i Tsi a w theron Mulder wll Miha Eppink Peter b. Mouw Henry a. Rekkers Walter Post ted Vander Ploeg mrs Gilbert de Stigter mrs. Glen Vermeer. Dan de Ruyter Npeter-,.g. Mouw e. John Kosters. Leroy Plasier Gerald Calsbeek a Dave Vander Berg John a. Franken rally or Richard Van Voo Stelmer a Vermeer Ger rat Nettinga Darwin Post Hub it Heynen or. And mrs. William Nibbelink to celebrate Golden anniversary or. And mrs. Win. Nibbelink will be1 celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on dec. 23, 1977 with an open House Given by their children from 1 39-4 00 at the Orange City Christian school gym. We. G. Nibbelink married Adrianna Pennings on Jan. 17, 1928. They have 7 children Henry and Geraldine Huisman Ray and Mathilda Timpie Maris Tony and Harriet ten Kate Bill and Wilma Nibbelink Lee and Joan de Grotti Pete and Marie Steggerda and Archie and Marge Nibbelink. They also have 27 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The couple requests no gifts please. The Christinaa spirit is in the air i enjoy. It to the fullest. Vlerick of i
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