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November 22, 1963

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Holland Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THREE Local Pastor, Family Honored at Farewells Engaged Ministers of the Reformed Churches of the Holland Classis I ,    I /■"' I I held a luncheon at Van Raaltes LOCO I LQIGndCir Restaurant in Zeeland Wednes-    L day in honor of the Rev. Elton    OT    bVCfltS Van Pernis who will take up his new duties as pastor of Westwood Reformed Church in West- TONIGHT wood, NJ, on    Nov    29    7:00 — Puppet show “Magic Rev. Van Pernis    has    been    Onion” at Herrick Public Li- pastor of Beechwood Reformed Lr ary. Church for the past nine years 7:30-Story Hour at Herrick The Rev. Henry Van    Raalte    Publlc Library. of Central Reformed    Church    7:30 “ Resthaven    Guild    meet offered prayer.    The Rev. Henry    in Holland Heights Christian Mouw, stated clerk    of the    Reformed (hureh. classis, spoke of the fellowship    «-00-Erutha Rebekah Lodge and work which was    done in    business and social    meeting, these years and Rev. Van    9 00-Harderwyk Men s Chor- Pernis responded with closing    u,s in Faith Christian Reformed remarks.    Church. Wednesday evening Rev. and    9 00 ~ Hootenanny at the Mrs. Van Perms and family American Legion clubhouse. VV Dorothy Louise Nicholls Prof. and Mrs. William H Lakewood PT A Members Hear Talk by Divida A regular meeting of the Lakewood School PTA was held Thursday evening in the school, Principal speaker was Chief Paul Divida of the local Coast Guards who explained various phases of his work. A question and answer period followed Devotions were led by Mrs. Don Nienhuis and Ted De Graaf who also was in charge of the business meeting. Lunch was served by a committee of sixth grade mothers including the Mesdames Leo Beem, Peter Jaeobusse, Ken Koning, James Van Dyke, and Jacob Witteveen. Officers elected at the October meeting were De Graaf, president; Howard Bosch, vice president; Mrs. Nienhuis. secretary; Mrs. Don Heerspink, treasurer. at a farewell TOMORROW    Nicholls    of    2900    Westmoreland    fnrPwp//    Pnrtv    Given pprhu/nnri    10:00—Story Hour at Herrick v . ...    ~    .    rareweu    rarxy    Kjiven Public Library    )r.'    Nashv,lle- Tenn;, pnf*nt- For Danny Van Perms l«t IM Dm rL, f nMAIKn D ■‘•rk'fll t'i n    / were honored party held in B C Marvin Vanden Bosch, vice    3 00 “ F*1™1* Ni8ht at the    ly 10 Kl° de Jane,ro- Brazl1’ an' president of the consistorv    American Legion Memorial    nounce the engagement of their    Nme-year-old Danny    \ an opened the meeting with pray-    Park Clubhouse.    daughter, Dorothy Louise, to    Pernis was guest of honor    af a -    *    H    3    ^-----*    CMl--    i-J— T1 ,, ,    4    farewell    party    given    Thursday er and served as mastel of ceremonies. Gordon Kardux, chairman of the deacons, read scripture and the Senior choir under the direction of Daniel Ritsema, presented an anthem. Mrs. Gerald Van Lente, president of the Women's Guild, spoke on behalf of the women of the church and the Young Peoples’ Society presented a skit with interesting incidents in Dance at ElksLodge. Bonaid j Hilbrink of Flint, son 9:00 — Dance at VFW Post Home. 9:00 — Dance at Moose Hall. 9:30 — Dance at Eagles Hall. *♦**#**< Town Talk at the home of Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hil- Don Leeuw, 340 Fourth Ave., bink of 651 Lugers Rd., Holland. Assisting Mrs. I*eeuw as hos-Plans are being made for an tess was Mrs. Ken Oosterbaan. Aug. 8 wedding    . Af.tcr pr1f*1'in? Dann-V wlth J? , .,    , .    . . .    .    his farewell gift; lunch was ser- The bride-elect, a student at ved a^ a ja^je decorated in a RCYF Banquet is Held Fifteen Students In West Ottawa School    \A/ii    a ^ _j , u „ .Will Attend The second annual Holland Reformed Church Youth Fel- DrQmQ Event lowship Classis banquet was held Monday    evening at the I    students have been se- _    _ , A t    ... lected    to represent Holland High West Ottawa    Cafetorium with    at the annual High School about 150 young people present. Drama Day vvhich will be held Devotions were given by Vicky Saturday at Michigan State Un-Fris.    ; iversity. Classical officers who    are    Those who will attend are serving this year were installed Mary Slag, Marilyn Swank, by National RCYF president, Carole Osterink. Mary De Haan, Dave Hakken They are John Barbara Veenhoven, Barbara Leenhouts, president; Myrna Van Tatenhove, Sue Geerling, N'aber. vice president; Carole Klasina Vander Werf, Roberta Osterink. secretary; Bill Boeve, Ballan. Sheryl Vande Bunte, treasurer; Donna Van Til. Faith Janice Sasamoto. Betsy Aar-chairman; Marilyn Foeman, sam, Pete Rector. Andy Attalai Outreach chairman; Debby and Peter Notier. Klomparens, Fellowship chair- The students will attend proman.    grams    including demonstrations The Hope College Drama de- and discussions in the fields of partment presented a program acting, staging, make-up and entitled “Let Me Entertain play production. Highlight of You.”    the day will be a special mati- Classical Youth advisors are nee performance of “The Fan-Mrs. Charles Vander Beek, tasticks” a musical fantasy by Mrs. Henry Ten Clay and the Jones and Schmidt. Accompanying the group will | be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Taten-1 hove. Miss Jane Van Tatenhove and Terry Vande Water. Rev. John Van Ham. MARK BIRTHDAY — Mrs. Alw in De Haan, Heft* president of the Newcomers Club, and Mrs* Huldah Bequette. club founder and honorary member, cut the birthday cake marking the club's 15th anniversary at a gathering Wednesday night at the Legion clubhouse. Highlight of the evening was a fashion show. ‘Penna-Sas photo) Newcomers Club 15 Years Old The Newcomers Club cele-!small candles at each place. c°Hee to approximately 2,000 Medical Assistants Hold Monthly Meeting Dr. J. B Kearnev, an advisor r    ~    “7    7 to the Ottawa County Medical Sentenced in Muskegon Assistants showed a film “Hyp- MUSKEGON (UPI) — James nosis in Obstetrics” at the Nov- M McConnell, 31, of suburban ember meeting of the group Roosevelt Park, was sentenced held Monday in the office of Dr. Thursday to 2 to IO years in John Kitchel in Grand Haven, prison for bilking $8,686” through The OCMA recently helped at a collection agency he operated, the open house of the new Birchwood Manor Nursing Home, catering and conducting tours, on Nov. 14 and 16. The members served cookies, punch and the University of Michigan. Ann    football theme. Games were Arbor, will receive her BA de-    played with prizes going to gree next August She is a mem-    Scott Laarman, Danny Van M.cr lr doll nf    Fast    ^er of the Sigma Alpha Eta. Pernis and Dennis Oosterbaan. .. ...    ,    .    -    ,    uiiiani wlilhu professional fraternity, and of    Also invited were Jimmy, the life of the pastor Mem-    Woodbridge. Holland Heights,    the honors program    Timmcr, Jack    Van D v k e, hers taking part were Sandra    received her diploma in advanc- ^jr Hilbink attended    Arizona    Tommv Johnson.    Harry    Leeuw! Ymml* r    Vr    HtrRahR    C    f    hrl^Mn    Detroit"    State Universit> of Tempe.    and Douglas Oosterbaan. Young. Carol    Brand.    Bob    Riem- ginia Farrell Schoo    in    Detroit,    Ariz and the University of    Danny son of the Rev and     ■    - —- r- ......    „ ersma Dave Tripp and Linda    forewing a six weeks course    Michigan Graduate    School    at    Mrs Elton Van    Pernis    from    brated its    15th    anniversary    at    a    Mrs.    Charles    Bradford,    chair- guests Proceeds from this pro- I™    Er,f    “n    J"paiMriSH?Flmt receiv,ng hLS Bs degree the Beechwood Reformed party Wednesday night at the man of the decorations commit- Jjtw.    to    a    chart-1 slso spoke on bensil of the of r sith Christian rletormeu vaar Md iw u mpmhpr nf rM u «..:n u~    r*.. .    .      .    .    tee,    wss assisted bv Mrs. Jrimes    or^snizdtion. young people James Mooi. general supe1 tendent of the Sunday school. featuring me n^rwyV«*i,» dent of the local chapter 0I .    |    __Ij    ______ represented the Bible School Chorus. The public is invited to American Marketing Associa- *      I    Mrs    Huldah    Bequette.    organ-    Rapids;    Mrs.    Frank Goldsch- and presented a check from    the program which begins at    tlon    ^    izer    of    the    club    and    honorary    midt.    Adrian;    Mrs    Don    Guav. WESTINGHOUSE, SYLVANIA, KELVIN ATOR, SPEED QUEEN, KITCHEN AID, KROEHLER. CALL AT VOGELZANG^ 25 E. 8th PHONE EX 6-6566 ONE OF HOLLAND'S LEADERS IN NAME BRANDS program this organization t the pastor. 9 pm The Youth choir under the direc- Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Veurink tion of Arthur Scheid also sang of 49 East 22nd St have re-Marvin Vanden Bosch present- turned to their home from a six ed the Van Perms family with week visit with relatives and a purse from the congregation friends in Minnesota and North Rev. Van Pernis responded Dakota and hunting pheasants briefly and closed with prayer, and deer. A reception was held in the Zeeland Community Hospital church parlors with a center- reports the birth of a girl. piece and fall flowers gracing Elaine Jo. born on Thursday to the serving table. The Guild Mr. and Mrs Reynold Banger for Christian service was in of route 4. Holland charge of arrangements.    A son. Daniel Lee was born The Van Perms family will in Holland Hospital Thursday to take up residence at 131 Second Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Westveld, Ave , Westwood, N J. Two form- 102 East 18th St. er Holland ministers will take The members of the Junior part in Rev. Van Pernis' in- Welfare League will present the stallation in Westwood The Rev puppet play ' The Magic Onion James Baar, former pastor of tonight at 7 in the Herrick Pub-Maplewood Church and now lie Library, pastor of Second Reformed Composer Daniel Pinkham Church of Wyskoff, will deliver will give a lecture Monday at the sermon and Dr. Marion de 4 p rn, in Snow Music Auditor-Velder, former pastor of Hope ium on the Hope College Cam Gives Book Review At First Methodist member, and Mrs. Alwin De Bark River; Mrs. George St Haan. president, cut the birth- Johnson, Ventura, Calif., and day cake. Mrs.    J.K.    Brown,    Mrs. James Sutherland, Fort Miss Bea Denton gave a vice president, gave a brief his- Wayne, Ind view of Wealthy Fisher s boos t°r> tbe club    Winners at bridge were Mrs. “To Light    A Candle” at the    Highlight of    the evening    was    Bequette, Mrs. Virginia    East, November    meeting Wednesday    a style show,    “Dessert of    Fas-    Mrs.    John Jones, Mrs.    Fred of the    Woman's Society    for    Lion.    presented    by Margret’s    Kuipers,    Mrs. Robert Bernecker Christian Service of the First    ( oiffures and    Specialties,    and    and    Mrs. Paul Van Faasen. Methodist    Church held in the    narrated by Mrs. Warren    Die-    Mrs.    Kenneth Cox and    Mrs. church    social room.    kema.    Joseph    Sobota were canasta Mrs.    William Orr. chairman of The    birthday theme    was car-    winners, the International Bazaar, pre-    Fec* out in centerpieces of yel-    The next meeting will    be    a sented plans for Dec. 4 at a    ^ow bird cages filled with flow-    luncheon Dec. 18 at 12:30 p.m. short business meeting. Present- ers* and miniature birds and I in Hotel Warm Friend. ing the special music was a trio    j  -  — composed of the Rev Harold    Van Der Ramp. Mrs. George    pn„pnnpr InmroH Derks. Mrs. Barbara Greenwood Kleinheksel. Mrs. William Klein- _    '    j and Mrs. Rachel Adler. Special    heksel, Mrs. Harry Bleeker,    *n Two-Car Accident guests from Grand Rapids,    Mrs. Herman Ryzenga, Mrs. Ed    T • j r, Fennville and Holland were in-    Nyhof, Mrs. Kenneth York,    Linda Brookhouse. 17.    of    461 troduced.    Mrs. George Lohman Sr., Mrs.    West 22nd St., received minor At the close of the meeting.    George Lohman Jr., Mrs. Ber-    injuries in a two-car accident the Deborah Circle served des-    nard Lohman. Mrs. Earl Al-    Thursday at 257 West lith St Miss Key Borlace    sert and coffee with Mrs.    hers, Mrs. Velva Wiegerink,    but was not treated at Holland r „ —  , Mr. and Mrs.    Earl    Borlace of Robert Monetza in charge. Mrs.    Mrs. Ken Karstens. Mrs. Mike Church, and now stated clerk of pus entitled The American Baldwin Court, East Lan- Harold Derks and Mrs. H. lOetman, Mrs. Jerald Kleinhek- Hospital. General Synod. Reformed Composer and Commissions.' sjng announce the engagement Kilgren poured punch at a ta- (sel.    She    was    riding    in a car driven Church in America, will give the At 8 15 that night a program 0f tbeir daughter. Kay. to Lar- hie decorated by Mrs. Donald Others present were Mrs. by Jacqueline M. Lacombe. 25. charge to the pastor.    I'V/lw P^nl^l«Lr?e JTfhf ry C Bri^ance- son Mr- and Van dampen.    Lianne Lambers. Misses Belle of 652 West 20th St., when the students and members of the ^rs u. C. Briggance, 151 West    - I Kleinheksel, Beverly Krone FOR LADIES ONLY Thot's right! The Mink Stole to be given away at the Holland Oiler game tomorrow night is tor ladies only and every lady present is eligible to win in the drawing. Plan to be there — Plan to wear mink home! Yes, a $700 Mink Stole and its tor you! See the stole in Taylor's window. Look what’s new in Duofold 2-layer sports underwear rn Doctors' Wives Guild Holds Harvest Coffee faculty in Snow This will feature Auditorium works both 13th St Miss Borlace is a student at Shower Compliments mever. Leis Kleinheksel. Ruth car collided wl,h ano,her driv' _ „ „   _ „v    , Kleinheksel. June Van Der en by Roger Lee Langejans. 19. written and arranged by com- Michigan State University and Marlene Kleinheksel    Ramp. Lois Joy Kleinheksel. of 248 West 21st St. Miss La- ...    . .,    *    *    poser Pinkham.    Briggance    is a student at . .    Carol Kleinheksel, Marian    Com hp uac issupH a tirket bv Wives™Gufld helcf the?/benefit ♦    Grand    RaPids Junior Col!t*e    f ^ ^ar^ R emhek.sel was Nyhof. Kathy Kleinheksel Judy Holland police for failure to i es Guild held their benefit ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard    Borlace    served as prin-    a    bridal    shower last Geerts, Sharon Kleinheksel, maintain an assured clear dis- ha^ roflee «nd baked goods Donnelly IJK Waukau* Dr., cj , of E £ Fe„ Jumor Hj h Friday evening at the home of Nancy Kleinheksel, Debra tance sale Wednesday morning at the was among those who partict- S h , , Holland for several Mrs Glenn Geerts of roule 3- Kleinheksel and the guest of _ home of Mrs. Henrv Ten Pas * * ‘    "*-J     1    —        J pated in the 53rd annual Foun-    Tkp    RnHao<»«    mnvM    in r.und a^^^ThanlSSlin* vf5 Day ^‘u last    at    Lansing last summer. round a fall and Thanksgiving Marygrove College. Detroit, for    _______________ Day theme while a cornucopia the college freshmen. filled with glazed fruits and nuts served as the centerpiece Duplicate Bridge Club Proceeds from the coffee and r    .? baked goods are designated for Announces Winners draperies for the Holland City Black Panthers Turn Out to Be House Cats Hostesses were    Mrs. Fred honor. Kleinheksel, Mrs. Ted Klein-    _ heksel and Mrs. Geerts.    I    W’hales    can    dive    a    mile    be- R I'M MAGE SALE 84 East 8th - 9:30 a m. - 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22. Spsd by SHERMAN    OAKS,    Calif.    Mrs.    Harold    Koops. Mrs. John j    .    D    rs*    l    I    fUPI) — Police    got another    Vander Kooi, Mrs.    Martin Hospital.    3ake    Boersma    and    Art    Fish-    telephone call Thursday from Elenbaas, Mrs. Elmer Zoet, Project chairman    was    Mrs. f!" were. *irst Place winners    in    a frightened housewife    that    Mrs.    Gerrit    Zoet. Mrs.    Jarvis Robert Albers. Others serving IP8    S,Fal[s    °    brought a current “black pan- Zoet, Mrs. Gerrit Schierbeek, on the committee were the Mes- J?,e. j ,pe tJria&e ther” scare in this area to a Mrs. Jay Hop, Mrs. George dames Henry Ten Pas, Alvin VU,.L ?esfzaj 8.8Il1Ilg_ *i__ climax.    Haverdink, Mrs. Harold Klein- Bonzelaar, William    Westrate, Jr.. and Donald De Witt The next meeting will be held Invited guests were Mrs. jow the surface and rise im-1 Overisel Christian School society Gordon \een, Mrs. Dalwyn mediately without harm.    Adv Kempkers, Mrs. Carl Kemme, Mrs Jennie Oetman, Mrs. Other placing pairs in the The woman said she saw two heksel, Mrs. Earl Kleinheksel, men s game were dele Menllat of the    sljnk    under a par- Mrs. Jerald Folkert, Mrs. . _____& ...... and James Brown, second, Fred Gally finished house Officers Gerald Kleinheksel, Mrs. Ber Jan 14. at the home of Mrs. H'char^ j.,,? *lL.    arrived on the run. shotguns in nard Timmerman, Mrs. Milton William Westrate Jr., 55 West 14th St. of Grandville,    tbird,    and    Tom    band. They    found two    house    Timmerman,    Mrs.    Harold Vander Kuv and Norman    Wan-    ca^s under the house.    Kronemeyer,    Mrs.    Norman - geJL ‘ourtb.    There    was    a    widespread    hunt    Kleinheksel,    Mrs.    Rudy    Klein- ti.;.,    cDI• ir|ners 0 1    e .S1X    ,    *    in the San    Fernando    Valley    heksel, Mrs.    Elmer    Becksfort. Area bt    g    btude tS r a    tional master    point    side    game    jas{ weeken(j    because of    sever-    Also invited    were    Miss Della To Participate in Festival    ^ere    ,,rs- ‘h°mas DePiee    and    aj    reports 0f ioose black pan- Agatres,    Mrs.    Harvey    Boerman, Mrs    Kenneth Moms. first;    thers    Mrs.    George Green.    Mrs.    Gillis String players from    West Ot-    Mr and Mrs. E. D. Wade,    sec-  ------ tawa. Holland Public    and Hoi-    ond;    Mrs. George Wanting    and land Christian Schools, will tra- Mrs. William Lokker, third; vel to Portgage Saturday mor- Mrs Robert Adamo of Grand-ing to participate in a String Ville and Mrs. David Fles of Festival, sponsored by the Mich- Grand Rapids, fourth, igan School Band and Orches- The games were held in the tra Association String students Community Room of the from schools in Western Mich- People’s State Branch Bank in igan will combine to make three Northgate Shopping Plaza. large string orchestras at the    - festival site.    Kodak Co. Employes This String Festival, one of w-ii Decejve Dividend two held in the state, was start- VYm *ecelve Liivmena ed last year to promote an interest and encouragement to string players. Approximately 1,000 string students in Michigan will be participating in the festivals this Saturday. ROCHESTER, N Y. (UPD-About 50,000 employes of the Eastman Kodak Co. today were voted a wage dividend totalling $56.9 million. The dividend was voted by Area students will travel to-, the board of directors at the 8®ther in a bus forms ed y annuaj meeting Thursday. It is the West Ottawa district. Direc- based on a„ employe s earn-tors are Calvin Langejans, Hen-1    r    J ry VanderLinde, William Kis-enger and Alvern Kapenga. ings during the perceding five years as well as on the level of the company’s common stock dividends during the year. 500 Attend Program By Magnachord Chorus Woman Bookkeeper, 32, About SOO persons were pres- p|eQ(js GuMt t Forqerv ent at the program presented    7    *    7 by the Magnachords Male Chor-    GRAND RAPIDS (UPI) - A us Thursday evening in the Hoi- WOman bookkeeper suspected of land High School auditorium. Under the direction of Calvin ernbezzeling up to $14,000 from the company she worked for Langejans, the group of 30 pieacjecj guilty in Kent County voices presented a varied pro- circuit Court today to forgery, gram with Miss Judy Woodward Mrs stella Schultz 32t dias flute accompanist and Mrs. vorced mother of two, admitted William Mouw at the piano. forging a $69.40 check on Bolt-The group wdl go to uh> e- house Plumbing & Heating Co. gon Saturday where th y    wyoming. Judge Fred N. present a caried program in the gearl remanded her to jail to Christian High * c oo gy    await sentence. BAKED GOODS SALE Sat. Nov. 23, 9:30 A.M. Westrates. Sponsor; South Shore Hospital Guild. The 12-mile long Simplon Tunnel in the Swiss Alps re-Adv. quired eight years to build. JCUIURY GRANDOPENING OF THE CAMPUS l by Margret THE COMPLETE JUNIOR FASHION HOUSE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Come in ond visit Holland's newest Fashion Center— on apparel store for the junior size woman ond a beauty salon conveniently located in the heart of town. Our staff will enjoy showing you this new facility designed for the woman who cares. See the various stages in the Campus Miss as depicted by Ed Brolin in the cartural in the passageway between 8th and 9th Streets. SAVE — to celebrate this event all sale merchandise is marked at 50% off. SAVE — There will be a 10% discount on cash sales of regular merchandise for these days only. FREE DOOR PRIZES— Gay Gibson Dress—Italian Handbag & Jewelry. FOR TEENS ONLY A Princess telephone and service for six months. Be Sure to Register at CAMPUS Miss 46 E. 8th Street for the drawing to be held Saturday. You need not be present to win. 2-LAYER TURTLENECK TOPS Now you con en|oy your favorite 2-layer sports underwear two ways—with a fashion-smart Turtleneck Top (. .. so smart it's almost a shame to cover it up!) or the crew neck model. So sleek, Duofold never mars the smooth lines of your stretchiest stretch pants. Perfect for all outdoor sports because Duo-fold's 2-layer Thermal -Action means no itch, no freeze. In beautiful new solid colors and candy stripes. TURTLE NECKS MANY POPULAR COLORS CHILDREN'S 1.98 - 2.98 - 3.98 2 LAYtR INSULATED ..................... $5.95 V MAU TRe^LicLhLo. 254 RIVER AVE OPEN MON. and FRI. NIGHTS 'til 9 ;

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