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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Sioux Center, IowaDrives car she bought in 1932 Here Elizabeth Rodenburgh proud of her driving Icord mis. Elizabeth Rodenburgh 78, of Sioux cent i. Has been driving cars for about 150 years but not until june 1g was she Ever involved in on Accident. The loft front fender of her trusty Model a Ford was dented when her Cir was hit by an East bound pick up truck driven by Arend Wassink As she was emerging from an Alley onto fourth St. Between third and fourth Avenue North East. Mrs. Rodenburgh hit her brakes arid turned sharply to the curb on fourth Street but by then the pickup truck apparently was too close to avoid the collision. Mrs. Rodenburgh was issued a t a f fic ticket by the City police for Fai lure to Stop before emerging from an Alley. This was also the f i St t r a f f i c ticket she had Ever received. Mrs. Rodenburgh pleaded riot guilty to the charge of failure to Stop As she e merged from the Alley when she appeared before Justice of peace Martin Kuiken and she was dismissed without Fine. The Wassink pick up incurred right front fender and headlight damage. Mrs. Rodenburgh a Long time Resi Dent of the Community who resides at 310 3rd Avenue n. E., will be 79 in july. She is proud of her driving record and the fact that she made it through the f i is t half Century without a collision. She drove Model t Fords when a Young school teacher and in december of 1932 39 years ago purchased her present car from Richard Rozeboom who was then the Ford dealer Here. The car has served her dependably Ever since. The speedometer has always worked and currently shows 53,800 Miles. Mrs. Rodenburgh said she had considered trading it a time or two but As Long As it continues to run Well she s Content to keep it. By now it has become something of a habit. Besides we. L. Mouw of Mouw motors told her a while Back that the engine of her car runs As Well As Many of the late Model used cars and goes considerably further on a gallon of Gas. Mrs. Rodenburgh is aware of the fact that some Day the Model a will be Worth a Good Price As an antique. But she s not yet willing to Label it that. For your car your Home your life and your health state farm is you need to know about insurance. Give me a Call. Kenneth Veenstra. Agent 105 3rd . Orange City state farm is you need to know about insurance. C s t a t e farm i n s u d a n c i Sianii f by i k s u b a n c l Comprini to ii icis bios minion. Illinois Elizabeth Rodenburgh and 39-year old Model a 1b1b ��bbb�5� g g g g g g � g g g g g g g g i g g g g g 5 g i it in. I or. And mrs. Richard Eugene Mccoy Matching lace. Her bouquet was a Cas Rozeboom Mccoy Cade of White roses and lilies of the Val Linda Kay Rozeboom daughter of or. And mrs. Gerrit h. Rozeboom Sioux Center and Richard Eugene Mccoy son of or. And mrs. Ralph e. Mccoy Lima Ohio were United in marriage saturday june 19, at 2 00 ., in the first re formed Church in Sioux Center. Performing the formal double ring ceremony was Rev. Jack Boerigter. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a a line floor length Empire Waist Satin gown covered with illusion lace. Her Mantilla veil was of miss Ruth Langstraat Boyden was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Sherry Mcelheran Des Moines and mrs. Sheryl Dawson Lima Ohio sister of the Groom. They were att ired in floor length Green and Aqua lounging dresses. They each carried one Large White mum. Rachel Pennings was Flower girl. She wore a floor length Empire Waist Pale Green gown with Aqua Sash. She carried a Basket of Blue and Green mums. Best Man was Steve Conley Cousin of the Groom. Groomsmen were Stan Rozeboom brother of the Bride and Bill Dawson brother in Law of the Groom. Ring bearer was Galen Rozeboom. Seat ing the guests were Verlyn Rozeboom and Brad Vanrooyan. Candle lighters were Janice Roze Boom and Debbie Pennings. Furnishing the Organ music was mrs. Frieda Vande Brake. Henri Ooster Huis had interpretive Reading with the selection wedding prayer. For her daughter s wedding mrs. Rozeboom wore a Pale Blue a line sleeve less dress with Matching jacket and White accessories. Her Corsage was White roses and Aqua mums. The Groom s Mother wore a White dress with Matching red and White jacket and accessories. She wore White roses and Green mums for her Cor Sage. Karen Rozeboom registered the guests at the reception that followed in the Church basement. Displaying the gifts were Rose Lubach Kathy Vermeer Carol Peterson Judy Crane. Or. And mrs. Ray Meyer poured punch. Pouring Coffee were mrs. Cordie Conley and miss Cheryl Rozeboom. Mrs. Carol Vanmeeteren and mrs. Cheryl Palsma Cut the cake. Waitresses were misses Linda Roze Boom Leeann Dehaan Jackie Van Roo Yan Marcia Pennings Audrey Rozeboom and Debbie Rozeboom. Or. And mrs. Bud Rozeboom were Host and hostess with mrs. Ted door Nink mrs. Gerrit Doornink and mrs. Ger Rit punt catering. For her going away outfit the Bride chose a Pale Blue Pant suit with White accessories and added a Corsage of Aqua and Green mums. The Bride is a recent graduate of the Broa lawns school of nursing Des Moines. The Groom is presently employed at professional wholesale drug co. After a Short wedding trip the named Hairdresser of the year Ida Mulder operator of the vanity Beauty shop in Sioux Center Pic tured at right was named the Hairdresser of the year by the Sioux City coiffure Guild at a recent meeting of the group in Sioux City. Ida received the award from mrs. Maizie Johsnon at left chairman of the award committee. Miss Mulder is treasurer of the Sioux City coiffure Guild. Couple will be living at 2140 Drake Park Des Moines Iowa. Mrs. Al Terpstra has returned Home from Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls where she was under care for a fractured shoulder sustained in a recent fall. Or. And mrs. Martin Kuiken entertained their children sunday afternoon for father s Day. Coming from out of town were the Donald Kuiken family of Lucerne minn., and or. And mrs. Leslie Kuiken of Orange City. Stock reduction starts thursday Sho men s work shoes 15% off i men s i press shoes 1.5% of is Blackd Ess shoes wee n�w$4.88 men s hush puppies values a of to $14. 99 Weinbrenner i boots were t$19.99 i ladies Charm step s h o e s a re cd fifi$8.99 4.00 women a men a children s sandals 307, off women s White dress shoes $10.88were $15.99 to $16.99now- women s Canvas s h o e s were__$4. 99 to $5. 99 $2.88 women s c l o g s were $9.99 $6.88 bargain values tius.99 table .59 to $3.59 girls dress and casual shoes &7. 99 values $4. 88 men s and women s loafers $14.99 values modern footwear Steve Siebersma who gets the profits Orthe Cream of the business ii business and professional directory the to attorney at Law Sioux Center la. Maurice Tepaske attorney at Law Sioux Center la. Or. Robert Vermeer optometrist phone 722 2051 9 . To 5 Closed thursdays Stanley accountant accounting and tax service phone office 722 9361 Home 752 3021 301 ave. Sioux Center la. General auction ering Ken Hulstein phone 722 2292 Sioux Center red Sioux abstract co. Inc. Reliable abstracts since 1870" members american and Iowa land Titla associations farm Loans negotiated across from the court House Orange City la. Phone 737-2211 w Ayland c. . Mcgilvra . Physicians surgeon 105 s. Main ave. Sioux Center phone office 21781 Home 23521 closed thursday and saturday afternoons Reuben Samani . Physician surgeon Sioux Center la. Phoneoffice22111 Horn 29876 closed wednesday and saturday after Noons e.b.grossmannjr., . General surgeon 111 Central . Orange City la. Phone 737-4817 veterinarians . Vande Garde or. Robert Kraai phone Sioux center25417 Day or night Van s electronics and appliance Center dial 22541 Sioux Center electrical wiring by contract radio television refrigeration t t � i � t i i i t f t t t v t i t to l 9 l distinctive wedding stationary the Sioux Center news we Don t operate for profit but y service to our membership. That s Why dairymen join co Ops to provide themselves with services at the lowest possible Cost. Members make worthwhile saving when they join and patronize their own Coop. These savings Are the Cream and to air comes Back to individual members on the basis of patronage. We invite your membership and patronage. You help yourself your family and Community when you Pool your Effort Svith others through co Ops. Everyone benefits when you join the associated milk producers in Marvin Schutt. Manaa Central Region

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