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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan PAGE TEN THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 Announce Tax Load In Allegan ALLEGAN This share of the Allegan c'ounty 94 tax load for 1963 will be 57 according to fig- ures released Tuesday Coun- ty Clerk, Esther W Hattinger's office. A p p o r 11 o n e d by the county board of supervisors, these" taxes will be due and payable in December Overisel tops the list of town- ships with assessments of 200.89. Saugatuck runs second with while Way- land's share is third with S192.- 646 There is onh S8.815 48 dif- ference between Otsego and Plainwell. with Otsego bearing the larger burden. Regular and extra-voted taxes add up to S2.817.056 82 for Alle- gan schools. Tax on the Juvenile Detention Home sinking fund is S173.- 871.30. while the count's share of road upkeep will require 938.53 Comparison of this year's county taxes with those of 1962 reveal a rise of over- all Allegan city's share has in- creased S66.567.21 from 1962's figure of S441.479.36 According to county treasur- er. James Boyce's office, high- er Allegan county taxes can be attributed to stepped up con- struction and increased property values. a former Holland resident, was the speaker for the annual Con- secration Week at Northwest- ern College here recently. Rev Vander Haar developed the theme. "Life's Involve- ments." through chapel services and other worship activities. During the week he held many interviews with students, spoke at prayer breakfasts, at a com- muter's luncheon, addressed a meeting of the Christian Fellow- ship, and spoke at a married students' gathering. Consecration Week concluded with a religious drama, "Sha- dow of the presented by the Westmar College Play- ers Former Resident Leads Series at Orange City ORANGE CITY. la. The Rev Delbert Vander Haar, di- rector of the Department of Young People's Work for the Reformed Church in America. Pregnant Women Rank Pickles 5th SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Pickles are passe for preg- i nancy, a noted anthropologist 1 said today. i Speaking before a meeting of the American Anthropological Assn. which is holding its 62nd annual conference in San 1 Francisco Dr. Steven Polgar 1 of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America said that in a study he conducted in the Bay area into the eating habits of pregnant women only nine per cent named pickles as their favorite food. Polgar told the group that 30 I per cent of the women inter- j viewed named fruit juices as their most popular food while expecting. Meat and fish polled a close second place. He said on a national level pickles ranked in fifth place as the food most craved by preg- nant women. A helicopter has attained an I altitude of more than 36 thou- i sand feet A Frenchman. Jean Boulet. turned the trick at i Bretignj-sur-Orge, France, in 1958 Calvin Christian Sets Services The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be conducted Sun- day at the Calvin Christian Re- formed Church by the pastor of the church, the Rev. Garrett H. Stoutmeyer. "A Question for Communi- cants" is the subject chosen for the communion meditation to be delivered at the a.m. ser- vice. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Berg- man and daughter Lisa Evon, who have recently affiliated with the congregation will be publicly welcomed by the pas- tor before the Communion cele- bration. Due to the Lord's Supper ob- servance the Sunday School will not meet. The Children's choir will hold their rehearsal Sun- day at 2 p.m. and the Young People's Society will hold a reg- ular meeting at 6 p.m. Following the administration I of the sacrament at the 7 p.m. service a post-communion mes- sage on the theme: "Our One will be delivered by Rev. Stoutmeyer. Edwin Diepen- hqrst accompanied by Mary Diepenhorst. will sing the an- them. "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings." Church activities for the week will be highlighted by the an-' nual Thanksgiving Day Service to be held Thanksgiving morn- j ing at Rev. Stoutmeyer will deliver the message on Psalm 100 using as his theme: i "Full Tables or Full The combined Senior and Jun- ior choirs under the direction of Glenn Bareman will sing an arrangement of "Come Ye, Thankful People Come The an-1 nual ingathering of special Thanksgiving offerings for des- ignated causes will be received. IS READY Ready! Set! Snow! We're ready rigbfcnowforyou witli ttie best thafs new in ski equipment, like famed HART METAL SKIS Get set for the big snows ahead. Come in now, while there's more of everything and let us show you these truly great "metals" with running sur- faces and bevelled heels engineered for easy turn- ing.- Harts won't chatter or weave regardless of speed or terrain. Hart Standard, Competition and Professional in choice of colors or jet black. See the skis the instructors recommend. From to AT 254 River Ave. Holland Read Pastoral Letter LITTLE ROCK, Ark A pastoral letter aimed at over- coming racial intolerance will be read this weekend m churches and synagogues of Little Rock, scene of the 1957 school desegregation crisis, and throughout Arkansas r i Rev. Cook to Conduct ICdlvdry to Services at Beechwood Dov U ClflV T i v i T The Rev. Allen Cook, Hope College pastor, will conduct both the a.m. and 7 p.m. ser- vices Sunday in Beechwood Re- formed Church. In the morning his topic is "Grace and Grati The Rev. Henry Ten Clay of Western Seminary will conduct both the 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. services at Calvary Reformed nio LOU1L 1E> tude" and in the evening he will Church Sunday, speak on "This Way, Please." At the morning his topic will The Children's choir will pro- j be "Sjn Punished and Forgive- vide special music at the morn- j nesgl, while nis evenjng topic ing service and the Senior choir, DQ the M_ at night. Sunday School for all ages is at 11 a.m. The Rev Henry Ten Clay of Western Theological Seminary _.......o _ will conduct the 9'30 a.m. and "Beautiful Sav- Thanksgiving Day service Tne intermediate choir Beechwood Church next Thurs- wjl, day. Reach Agreement PONTIAC of the Pontiac Motor Division an- nounced early today that they had reached accord with Local 653 of the United Auto Workers union over a dispute involving production standards. gels Sing'" The Senior choir will sing at the morning service. Their selec- tions include "Song of Thanks and "Beautiful Sav ,uu, The Intermediate choir will provide the music for the evening service. On Thanksgiving day, the Rev. Bastion Kruithof of Col- lege will conduct the a.m. service, his topic being "Des- pair of At this time the Senior choir will sing "Prayer of "Praise the Lord, 0 Jeruselum" and "Song of Thanksgiving." CORNER OF 18TH and COLUMBIA PHONE EX 6-5887 STORE HOURS: DAILY 9 TO 5 P.M. MON. FRI. EVENINGS TIL 9 CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MAY BE RECORD BEAR Hunter Don Hill (right) oi St Ignace proudly displays what be a record black bear he shot last miles north oi Moran in the Lpper Penin- sula Admiring the bear is Al Phillips (left' former mayor of St Ignace It took nine shots irom Hill's 30-30 rifle to bring the bear down The animal weighed 540 pounds, dressed Central Park Church Sets Sermons, Music The Henry Van Raalte, pastor of the Central Park Re- formed Church, will continue the series on the Ten Command- ments at the 10 a m service on Sunday, speaking on "Purity The senior choir numbers will be "I Sing the Mighty Power of God" and "My Defense Is of God" The anthems for the 7 p m. service will be presented by the Junior choir and the pastor will speak on Satan's Snare The Famil} Night Program will be omitted next Wedneesday night The congregation of the Cen- i tral Park Reformed Church will hold their annual Thanksgiving 1 Service Thursday morning at 10 a m The Rev H Van Raal- te will bring a mesesage on "Thankful Worship. and the Senior choir will sing A special "Cue Day's-Wage" offering will be leceived for the cause of mis- sions Ministry of Healing" at the morning worship service and "God's Still Small Voice" at the evening service Services begin at 9 30 a m and at 7 p.m. A hymn sing be- gins at 6 45 p.m The Men's Chorus of Church will sing at the evening ser- vice Sunday School classes for both children and adults begins at 11 am On Thanksgiving ser- vices at 9-30 a.m v.ill be con- ducted by the Lubert Van Dellen Music will be provided bj the church choir The church is located on the corner of Lakewood Blvd and 160th The city of Tucson. Ariz., in 1919, became the owner of the first municipal airport in the United States Youth Choir to Sing At Grace Reformed The Rev. Henry Zylstra will i speak on "On the Perimeter of the Spiritual" at the 9 30 a m service Sunday in Grace Re- formed Church The Youth choir, under the direction of Mrs Henry Zylstra will sing. The pastor's topic for the 7 p m service will be "The Song of the and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bosman will sing Sunday School meets at a m and the RCYF at 6 p.m There will be no Famih Is'ight Wednesday. Thanksgiving services will be held Thursday at a.m and the pastor will speak on "The Sacrifice of Thanksgiv- ing The Adult choir will sing archway Home Style Cookies Guest Pastor to Speak At Harderwyk Church The Ralph hob- pital pastor at' the Pine Rest Christian Association will be the guest speaker for the Sunda> sen ices at Church The sermon will be entitled Hawaii Colls, But You Can't Answer, Try DINING AT Fidelman's Beautiful MA! KAI LOUNGE 3 Miles East of South Hcven on Phoenix Rd. OPEN EVERY DAY STAR FLOOR SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT Phone 637-5118 THANKSGIVING TREATS Christmas Candy 44c Candy 39c u Milk Choc. Drops 39c 39c HOME Peanut Brittle 49c HOME MADE Sea Foam 49c Lc FANCY ''Mixed Nuts" 49c Lb AND 1 Walnuts 49c 2 MANY MORE _ TREAT THE FAMILY! _ BRACH'S GILBERT'S SCHRAFFT'S BOXED CHOCOLATE WEEK-END SPECIAL -CHOCOLATE BRIDGE MIX ONLY 49c FANCY FRUITS FIGS DATES AT ALL TIMES FABIANO'S -CANDY SALTED NUTS FRUIT ICE CREAM 26 WEST 8TH 963 APPLIANCES AT CLOSE OUT PRICES Dear Friends Most people are so busy and are thinking of all the money they will need for Christmas, that they forget those things they may need to make these holidays a real pleasure To encourage you to buy now we are making this offer until Thanksgiving As money is often a problem during the holiday season we have our budget plan where no payment will be due until March 1964 BILL BECKMAN %c A FREE TURKEY WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW RANGE- REFRIGERATOR WASHER DRYER DISWASHER OR FREEZER. COME EARLY FOR THE BEST CHOICE! FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS ECKMAN'S KITCHEN STORE BEECHWOOD SQUARE NORTHGATE SHOPPING AREA HOLLAND, MICHIGAN STORE HOURS MON. FRI., TO TO TUES., THURS., SAT. 9 TO 6 CLOSED WED.
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