Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
7 Mar 1974

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7 Mar 1974

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 7, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Str to rom society or. And mrs. Allen e. Lake Broek Lake Rosella Broek daughter of or. And mrs. We. J. Broek of Sioux Center and Allen e. Lake son of mrs. Betty Brott of Omaha neb., were United in marriage on saturday feb. 16, at 1 30 . In the Prairie Lane Christian reformed Church of Omaha. The Rev. John a. Monsma officiated at the formal double ring ceremony be fore an altar decorated with Pink carnations and White Gladioli and the Unity Candle. The Bride was escorted by her father and As she was Given away by her parents she presented her mothers with a single red Rose. At the end of the ceremony the Bride presented the Groom s Mother with a single red Rose. The Bride wore a toe length a line gown of White Sata Peau with French lace trim. Details were accented by an Empire Waist and full Bishop wide cuffed sleeves. She wore a floor length veil of silk illusion Siori trimmed with French lace. She car i dishwashers Schouten plumbing it heating Mel Schouten s. Main Sioux Canter we re doing a Lor for America f we want to do More the Money you wree Wilh i Doe a lot More than Eon ugh Inlet in you. Ii beige to put America to work Eca uie we Suthat Money to finance Imam id into Community. And Bebee mean Lota Lota us the men who Supply build Lei Maler Lali. Obi Tor the had who build the Houpei. Lob. Lor All he local bul Meewis thai will provide the products and a entree homeowners will require. Keep your Money and your Community Aro Taa. Boreal. Federal f savings & loan ass n 81 to announce engagement of Elaine Kleene to Vernon Hofkamp or. And mrs. Wilbert Kleene announce the engagement of their daughter Elaine to Vernon Bud Hofkamp son of or. And mrs. Garry Hofkamp. Elaine is presently owner and operator of the Village Beauty Shoppe at Carmel la. Vernon is farming near Leota Minn. A july wedding is being planned. Thursday March 7, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 7 Dione Grevengood guest of Honor at bridal showers mrs. Art Zevenbergen was hostess at ii miscellaneous bridal Shower Al her Home saturday afternoon honouring Dione Gre Vengor from Hull. Saturday evening Dione was guest of Honor at a Linen Shower Al the Home of mrs. Larry Visser with mrs. Roger Visser As co hostess. Dione will become the Bride of Dennis Visser on March 29 at the Christian re formed Church of Hull. First Church women to hold Mission service mrs. Jess Wells and mrs. Wilmer Ren sink and members of their sunday school classes of first reformed Church will con duct a service at the gospel Mission Sioux City saturday evening March 9. The program May be heard on radio fm-104 beginning at 8 . Brenda Den Herder guest of Honor at birthday party or. And mrs. Garold Den Herder entertained relatives at their Home Friday evening honouring their daughter Brenda on her 14th birthday. Coming from out of town were or. And mrs. Gilbert de Zeeuw and or. And mrs. Chuck Versteeg and family from Rock Valley. Annual neighbourhood party held at Carmel school or. And mrs. Pete de Jong and or. And mrs. Gerroll Roskam were hosts at a annual neighbourhood party held monday evening in the Carmel school. Announce engagement of Connie der Brink to Robert Zee or. And mrs. Case der Brink of Boyden announce the engagement of their daughter Connie to Robert Zee of Middleburg. Connie is a senior in the Boyden Hull school and Rob is a senior in the Sioux Center Community school. No wedding Date has been set. Red a colonial style bouquet of red roses and White Poms. The gown was de signed by the Bride and made by. Her Mother As was the attendant s dress. Paulette Broek served her sister As maid of Honor. She wore a toe length gown of Blue polyester crepe. She carried a colonial style bouquet of Pink and White carnations. The Bride s personal attendant was her sister Becky Broek. Jim Basilevac was Best Man. The Groom wore a Blue Paisley Prince Edward Tuxedo trimmed in Black velvet with White ruffled shirt edged in Black and a Black velvet Bow tie. The Best Man wore an identical Tuxedo with a Blue shirt edged in Black. The Groom wore a boutonniere of a White Carnation entered with a red Rose. Ushers were Donald Lake brother of the Groom and Robert Gergle. Organ music was provided by mrs. Sharon Graeber. Soloist was her husband Bradley singing of perfect love and the lord s the Bride s Mother chose a floor length Rose and Gold metallic gown. The Groom s Mother wore a Blue floor length gown. Both mothers wore corsages of red roses. Ruth Simard registered the 100 guests. Shirley Gibbons sister of the Groom 3nd Kathy Geigle were hostesses at the reception. Ladies of Prairie Lane Chris Tian reformed Church served the lunch. For her going away outfit the Bride chose a two piece Green knit dress. After a wedding trip to new Orleans for the Mardi gras the couple will make their Home in Omaha neb. The Bride and Groom Are employed by Rozler corporation in Omaha. Elrich vermeers Mark 25th wedding anniversary or. And mrs. Elrich Vermeer were guests of Honor at a dinner party held in the youth room of first reformed Church Friday evening in Celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary which was saturday March 2. The couple s four children Dave Patsy Carol and tall were hosts. Relatives and friends were guests. A Short program was presented with Dave Vermeer presiding. Corning from a distance to attend were or. And mrs. Gerrit Hulstein Jim and Tim from Hartshorne okla., or. And mrs Carl Vermeer Christ and Barbara from Long Prairie Minn., and or. And mrs. George Campbell from Sioux City. Actu to meet Friday . Will meet at 2 . Friday in the Home of mrs. Arle punt. S. Bolkema observe 61st wedding anniversary or. And mrs. S. Bolkema quietly observed their 61st wedding anniversary at their Home Here on thursday feb. 28. Children and grandchildren who live in the area called during the Day to extend congratulations. Loiso a Lorti pict Iros ii promptly to to Stiblo the Sioux Center news is interested in publishing accounts of weddings of Sioux county residents with pictures when available. Please be prompt in reporting the de tails so that they May be published As news. In no Case will reports be published that Are Over three weeks old. I your cooperation will be appreciated Ellsworth schuts to Mark their 25th wedding anniversary with open House or. And mrs. Ellsworth Schut of Sioux Center will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open House on saturday March 16, at 7 30 . In the basement of the Sioux Center Public Library. A Short program will begin at 8 00 . Hosting the event will be their four children or. And mrs. Ray Noreen Meyer of Orange City or. And mrs. Greg Mykell Mouw of Newport news va., Melinda Schul of Sioux Falls s. D., and Elson Schut at Home. Ellsworth Schut and Mary Ann Berkel were married March 16, 1949. No invitations have been sent. All relatives friends and neighbors Are invited. The couple requests no gifts please. Tony Vander Brooks will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with open House or. And mrs. Tony Vander Broek of Orange City will celebrate their 50lh sary with an open House on monday March 11, at 7 30 . In the Parlours o Ere sled in first reformed Church of Orange City. / student. A Short program will begin at 8 . Life pub hosting the event will be their three children mrs. Alroy Marge dubbed river1, Minn., Bud Vander Broek of Sioux Center and Don Vander Broek of s me Art Ville South Carolina. The couple has 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Or. And mrs. Tony Vander Broek she is the former Martha Kleinh Esselm married March 5, 1924. No invitations have been sent. All relatives friends and neighbors Are invited couple requests no gifts please. Amps local briefs Rev. And mrs. B. J. Haan returned Fri Day following a week spent in grand rapids mich., where they were guests of their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Bill Ludwig while Rev. Haan attended a joint business meeting of Dort Calvin and Trinity colleges. Beth Rozeboom who is working in the presbyterian youth Center in Minne Apolis Minn., spent the weekend in the parental de Rozeboom Home. To of he Hel cout Al 7 Torpet Kore Ste method Harpet and upholstery cleaning Sioux Center Iowa Merl Kredit pm. 722-2469 spa Glss Sioux Center pm. 722-2 0 we Reserve the right to limit store. Hours 8 00 . -9 00 . Mono Ely sol Surawy Dutli origin Stamps on tuesdays prices Are effective March 7-8-9 Golden Ripe humus picnic shoulders fresh mexican a berries tomatoes banquet pot pies Chicken Tarkoy Loof 4 $1 ice Cream asserted flavors it Gal by Vee Oro it grip prints potato chips 16 01. Boi 69t us a choices v w w my minute steaks1.49

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