Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
30 Jun 1955

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30 Jun 1955

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1955, Sioux Center, Iowa Local news Pete Mol and his Mother Clarence Mol arrived on thursday from fort Totten in new York where Pete is Sta he has a 15day Ful Lough which is being spent with family and friends hero and will then report Back at fort Mol plans to stay hero for some and Virgil Kots and the children of arrived Friday and spent the week end with their Cal Henry de Mots is taking a vacation from work at his Cental office and left by plane from Sioux City the Early part of the he is spending a week with his daughter Verna at los and will also visit other relatives in that candidate and Alum Venema and son David left on wednesday for following a weeks visit in the Home of his the Richard Venema they had just returned to the coming from Amsterdam Neth where he had taken a year of Post graduate work at 1he free the Bro thers graduated together from Calvin Seminary at grand a last Jake de Boom and two sons of arrived saturday to spend a month visiting in Tho Home of her and Evert Case Van who has just been released from the began working at the Rons motor company thursday and Lowell Vander Berg of arrived by plane at Sioux City they Are spending n three weeks furlough in the parental John Wesselink and Vander Berg and John Breuker of and their and Roger Breu Jien of arrived saturday and spent until wednesday with friends the Young couple were House guests of and Burton snieder and and Breuker were House guests of and John Brock and and Van Breuker was for Merly pastor of the local Bethel Christian reformed Church and conducted services there All candid heres a service you May not know about Well attend your extra special fam ily reunion and take informal group Pic Tures of childrens put up in album they make wond Erful come in and let us explain this plan to Bodnar studio and camera Day i and Neal Bouma of Are visiting relatives in this they come to attend the Bouma tally reunion which is to be held it Terrace Park at Sioux Falls on and Arle punt and children drove to Valley wednesday evening where they were guests of the Lane Vugteveen Art Zandstra and Chil Dren Ronnie and Arthea from grand arrived thursday to spend a few Days with the Rich Berkenpas fam Zandstra is a sister of and John Bonnema motored to Mon Day to meet her Vander Haar of the latter arrived there by plane and plans to spend about a month with his children in this several from Here drove to Boyden sunday evening to hear the program presented at the reformed Church Given by the quartet of Northwestern Junior two local Willis Rozeboom and Pete Are members of the Arlene and Willard punt accompanied and a old punt to n thursday where they viewed he fort Randall that vening they drove on to Stock where they at ended the wedding of Rich unt and miss Philemina sip others from Here who at ended the wedding were the Henry Kroon and and Lloyd Van mind Donald an Lawrence Vander Berg and and mrs mantis and mrs Lenry punt and daughter Dorohy and the Henry Vande 5crg and John Bonnema and children drove to Rock aids tuesday evening to at end a family gathering held a he Willis Nyenhuis Home in Honor of their j Vander Haar of j who is visiting and Edward Hene eld and four children of mus arrived last week wednesday evening to spend a number of Days visiting with he Kempers thurs Day evening they were guest at a picnic supper held at the Pete Schut farm with the Don Aid Beernink and Beer Nink families As Addi Tiona Richard Venema drop to Lebanon on sunday Mornin to conduct services at Christia reformed Breuker the former pastor of the Church was guest minister Here for the Henry Dykstra and son Dickie of were sunday supper and Ebbers wedding vows were exchanged y miss Vivian daughter f and George snieder of Sioux and Lloyd on of and Harvey be residents of Sheboygan at a ceremony performed t it Oclock june at in Bethel Christian reformed Church at Sioux Rich re Venema officiated at the saturday after their visit attending the Bride As maid of i mice tto ome a week Gerrit Vreeman left on there with their Honor was miss Christine de miss Esther Roghair and saturday to make her Home at she had been aying with her children in ills Vicinity for some and ent to California with Darren de Kraay who left for an where he taking his will Marvin Klomp were brides maids and miss Karen Drost was Unior the attendants vere identically attired in strap Ess gowns of Pink and min Green Crys Talette with Matching the Waltz length skirts were caught up in scallops with tiny Rose they carried Basket arrangements of daisies and Pink candles were lighted by George Drost of Ireton and Johnny Schaap of wearing Pink and Green Waltz length gowns of net and Taff they also ushered in the miss Arthea attired in a White Waltz length registered the guests As they gifts were received by Norman snieder and David dam cot of and displayed by in dress with White accessories and the grooms Mother wore 6 hyacinth Blue dress with White both wore Pink and White a reception was held in the Hull Community building with Norman Vander Ark As master of guests were registered by miss Carol Ludema and punch was served by the misses Lois Gesink and Adel Anna de played by Moret and Kroese and gifts were Dos and Bud and Harold and Gerald and Hil More Kroese acted As hosts and waiters and waitress s were cousins of the the Bride chose a beige dress and Avocado Green coat Sensem Jle with spice accessories for they will make their Tome where his studies the and Lloyd Ebbers by Bodnor evening guests of Dick their Mother the latter is slowly recuperating from injuries sustained in a recent Schuiteman relatives to Rock rapids tuesday the annual family run the drove where Ion was held in the Stadem and Nelson of brought ithe Haugom children double ring ceremony before lighted an open Bible and bask ets of nuptial music was furnished by miss Adrianna de she also accompanied Calvin Schaap of who Sang god gave me you and the wedding prayer during the the Bride entered the Church to the strains of Lohengrin wedding March with her who gave her in she was Lovely in a gown of Chantilly lace and Over taffeta fashioned with a High scalloped neckline and Long tapered the fitted lace bodice extended into the the double bouffant skirt fell from a drop Ped Waistline and flowed into a Brush the fingertip veil of imported illusion was attached to a half hat of Chantilly lace adorned with she carried a Cascade arrangement of Majestic daisies and Pink Garnet miss Vonda ten Pas of Wise was miniature her gown was styled of Chantilly lace and net Over taffeta in a fashion Simi Lar to the brides miss Joanne Aubrey Altena and Pete the Groom was attended by Rol Veenendaal of Sheboygan Bernard snieder of Sioux Center and Johnny Schaap of All the men wore Light business the Groom wore a White Gardenia and the other men in party wore Pink Carnation Ronny Schaap of attired in a White car ried the rings in a Large Calla snieder chose a Pink Nylon dress with White accessories and wore a Light Green dress with White both mothers wore corsages of red roses a reception was held in the Church Parlours immediately follow ing the the bridal table was entered with a four tiered wedding cake decorated in the brides chosen a pro grand was presented by relatives am friends with Henry snieder acting As a two course lunch was served by friends of the Bride Jen Vermeer and Elsie Mouw the Bride has been teaching shool in for the ast two the Groom was employed at the Ebbers hardware t after july 1 in Young couple will make thei ome at Here the Groom will be employ Chevrolet special Hill Flattener 162npv8 180 he v8 see that Fine fat Mountain yonder you can Iron it Flat As a flounder and easy As Lii string just Point one of Chevrolet special Hill Flattener at it either the Turbo fire v8 or the super and pull the trigger you got you a Flat Mountain at least it feels for Here Are engines that sing As sweetly As a Dynamo built to pour out a torrent of vibration less big bore v8s with the shortest stroke in the so most of the time they even at the Speed limit they just dream purring out a fraction of their an Engineer can understand Why they Are so but you dont have to be an Engineer to know that these Are the sweetest running v8s you Ever just come in and try one out at Atra at the Ann Groom will Complete University and will graduate in August with his masters degree in in George Korver were As Well As Ushers and candlelight Mackie chose a dress of Dusty Rose silk crepe with Black accessories and Korver wore a Cocoa Brown Linen dress with beige both wore Cor sages of Blue and White a reception was held in the Church Lorna Oelrich had charge of the guest Book and George Meendering and Stan Sorensen had charge of the the three tiered wedding cake was Cut and served by Harold me Amber Wood and Ada ver Steeg Patsy de Koster and Lorna Oelrich were dining room a Nice lunch was served by the for travelling the Bride wore a Cocoa Brown polka Dot silk dress with beige jacket and Matching accessories and the White Orchid taken from her the Bride is a graduate of Hull High school and in Orange City and has been teaching in Hawarden the past three the Groom is a graduate of Orange City High school and Hope College he will receive his masters de Gree from the University of South Dakota at Vermillion this summer the couple will live in Vermillion this summer and in August wll move to where both will teach in the Public t Sioux Center Newt june Dau Shtir of and i Tot flow inf Willort Ditc Klarah at Hud ton Lush trait Church Jum they trip to by Bodnor pictured above Art and it who wort United in marriage by hug than thursday Junt a rect lion wit held in the town Hall Roon is Tho former Lorotta Vando daughter of and Henry Vande by Bodnor and David were United in marriage at the Maurice first re formed Church Friday june the Bride is the former Elaine do daughter of and Rhodus de Jager of Mau by Bodnar Mackie Korver wedding vows were exchanged thursday june by Shir Ley Ann daughter of and Gordon Mackie of and Russel son of and William Korver of Orange Wayne Lemmen officiated at the double ring ceremony in the american reformed Church in baskets of Flowers and i candelabra decorated the Merle Dopp furnished Nup tial music and also accompanied he Patsy de the Given in marriage by her was Lovely in a gown of White embroidered Nylon tulle appliques of Satin Flowers the appliques were also arranged in a Garland effect around the scoop the gown a fashioned with a fitted bodice Long sleeves and a tulle flounce a the Hemline of the bouffant skirt her fingertip veil of tulle Fel from a Tiara trimmed with scatter Kroese Lydema wedding vows were exchanged by miss Johanna daughter of and Ivan Kroese of and Kenneth son of and Otto Ludema of at the Hull Christian re formed Church wednesday eved seed she wore a Pear necklace and carried a Cascade arrangement of White Gladioli Ceni ered with a White Orchid Milton twin Siste of the Groom and sister inlaw o the was Matron of Honor bridesmaids were Gwen Wegnes of Hawarden and Charlotte am grim of Ramona Macl in was Flower the brides a tenants wore identical Waltz length gowns of Blue net and Carrie Cascade bouquets of White Gladio and Blue the Flower Gir Yore a Blue dotted Swiss dres wore Matching head Milton Mackie attended the Groom As Best Lawrence an ver Hoef Chevrolet june Richard Venema of Sioux Center per formed the ceremony before a trellis bedecked with Flowers and miss Elinor Van Deelen of Hull was organist and miss Marian Gelder from Sang the pledge and the wedding the Given in marriage y her was Lovely in a own of Nylon tulle Over taffeta fashioned with an Oval neck be set off by appliques and rested with her Nger tip veil of illusion fell rom a Crown and she carried a recent bouquet of Stepha Notis and White her jew iry was a rhinestone gift of the the Bride fashioned her gown and it was made by the Mother of the miss Joyce Ludema was male of Honor and bridesmaids were Marilyn Lobbes and miss Betty All wore gowns fashioned with a scoop Eck Ine and had a Large Bow in he they wore Matching net and taffeta head pieces carried bouquets similar to the Donna Stienstra and Yvonne Vanderzwaag wer Flower girls and wore pin taffeta dresses with head piece to Gordon Ludema attended w brother As Best usher were Albert Kroese and to the men in the Brida party wore dark trousers and White dinner jackets with Pink Carnation Kroese wore a Lin refrigerator before you buy any refrigerator see one de Ruyter Sioux Iowa have a Good time on your vacation and return that is our first wish for but we Alto suggest that you carry your Money in the of tit Way to that your vacation wont marred by unfortunate use travellers checks travellers checks Are universally recognized As Good As Cash and Are Safe to see us for this inexpensive service before you go on your summer the first National Sioux Iowa two percent on savings account uninterrupted 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