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   Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan                               FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THREE Local Pastor, Family Honored at Farewells Ministers of the Reformed Churches of the Holland Classis held a luncheon at Van Raalte's Restaurant in Zeeland Wednes- day in honor of the Rev. Elton Van Perm's who will take up his new duties as pastor of West- wood Reformed Church in West- wood, N.J., on Nov. 29. Rev. Van Pernis has been pastor of Beechwood Reformed Church for the past nine years. Local Calendar of Events The Rev. Henry Van Raalte Public TONIGHT Puppet show "Magic Onion" at Herrick Public Li- brary. Hour at Herrick Engaged of Central Reformed Church offered prayer. The Rev. Henry Mouw, stated clerk of the classis, spoke of the fellowship and work which was done in these years and Rev. Van Resthaven Guild meet in Holland Heights Christian Reformed Church. Rebekah Lodge business and social meeting. Men's Chor-1 Pernis responded with closing >us in Faith Christian Reformed remarks. Church. Wednesday evening Rev. and Hootenanny at the Mrs. Van Pernis and family were honored at a farewell American Legion clubhouse. TOMORROW party held in Beechwood Church. Marvin Vanden Bosch, vice Dorothy Louise Nicholls Prof, and Mrs. William H. Nicholls of 2900 Westmoreland Dr., Nashville. Tenn., present- Lakewood PTA Members Hear Talk by Divida A regular meeting of the 1 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. De-1 votions were led by Mrs. Don Nienhuis and Ted De Graaf who also was in charge of the busi ness meeting. i Lunch was served by a com-! mittee of sixth grade mothers including the Mesdames Leo, Beem, Peter Jacobusse, Ken Koning, James Van Dyke, and Jacob Witteveen. Officers elected at the Octo- ber meeting were De Graaf, president; Howard Bosch, vice president; Mrs. Nienhuis. secre- Itary: Mrs. Don Heerspink, treasurer. ublic Library. n. r n 5-00 Family Night at the ly Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, an- present American, L e gfo nounce the engagement of their opened the meeting with pray- Clubhouse. daughter, Dorothy Louise, to er and served as master of I att Ronald J. Hilbrink of Flint, son ceremonies. Gordon Kardux, Dance at VFW Post chairman of the deacons, n scripture and the Senior choir Dance at Moose Hau. under the direction of Daniel j 9-30 Dance Eagles Hall. Ritsema, presented an anthem., Mrs. Gerald Van Lente, presi- dent of the Women's Guild.' _ I L- I the University of Michigan. Ann W M I U I Arbor, will receive her BA de- gree next August. She is a mem- ber of the Sigma Alpha Eta, of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hil- bink of 651 Lugers Rd.. Holland. Plans are being made for an i Aug. 8 wedding. 1 The bride-elect, a student at spoke on behalf of the women of the church and the Young Peoples' Society presented a skit with interesting incidents' Miss Irene Hall of 793 East professjonai fraternity, and of in the life of the pastor. Mem-, Woodbridge. Holland Heights, the nonor-s program bers taking part were Sandra received her diploma in advanc- Mr yjjbink attended Arizona Brand, David Rotman. Mike ed hair styling from the Vir- stgte university of Tempe. Young, Carol Brand, Bob Riem- ginia Farrell School in Detroit, Ariz and the of ersma. Dave Iripp and Linda following a six weeks course. Michigan Graduate School at Van Kampen. Dave Rotman The Young Peoples Society plmt recejvjng his BS degree also spoke on behalf of the of Faith Christian Reformed tnjs year He is a member of young people. Church will sponsor a program phi gigma Kappa) nati0nal ad- James Mooi. general superin- Sunday evening in the church. vertising fraternity, and presi- tendent of the Sunday school, featuring the Harderwyk Men's dent of the chapter of represented the Bible School Chorus. The public is invited to American Marketing Associa- and presented a check from the program which begins at tlon this organization t the pastor. 9pm. 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 Pernis 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 Pernis family will in Holland Hospital Thursday to take up residence at m 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 htallation in Westwood The Rev puppet play "The Magic Onion" James Baar. former pastor of tonight at 7 in the Herrick Fub- Maplewood Church and now lie Library, pastor of Second Reformed Composer Daniel Pmkham Church of Wyskoff. will deliver will give a lecture Monday at the sermon and Dr. Marion de 4 p.m. in Snow Music Auditor- Velder, former pastor of Hope ium on the Hope College Cam- Church, and now stated clerk of pus entitled "The American' 632 Baldwin Court. East Lan- General Synod. R e f or m e d Composer and Commissions." sjng announce the engagement Church in America, will give the At 8 15 that night a program Of tnejr daughter. Kay. to Lar- charge to the pastor. i will be presented by the music ry c Briggance. son of Mr. and 'students and members of the L. c. Briggance, 151 West I faculty in Snow Auditorium. ,This will feature works both Miss Borlace is a student at written and arranged by com- .Michigan State University and _ Pinkham. Mr. Briggance is a student at Members of the Doctors Miss Angela Donnelly, daugh- Grand R ds Junior Wives Guild held their benefit ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mr Borlace served as prin- harvest coffee and baked goods Donnelly 1306 Waukazoo Dr., cjpai'0f E E Fell Junior High sale Wednesday morning at the was among those who partici-, scnoo} jn Holland 'for several home of Mrs. Henry Ten Pas. pated in the 53rd annual Foun- vears Tne Borlaces moved to The decorations centered a- ders Day held last Sunday at Lansjng iast summer round a fall and Thanksgiving Marygrove College. Detroit, for 6_____" Day theme while a cornucopia the college freshmen, filled with glazed fruits and Farewell Party Given For Danny Van Pernis Nine-year-old Danny Van Pernis was guest of honor at a farewell party given Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Leeuw. 340 Fourth Ave., Assisting Mrs. Leeuw as hos- tess was Mrs. Ken Oosterbaan. After presenting Danny with his farewell gift: lunch was ser- j ved at a table decorated in a football theme. Games were played with prizes going to Scott Laarman. Danny Van Pernis and Dennis Oosterbaan. Also invited were Jimmy Timmer. Jack Van Dyke. Tommy Johnson. Harry Leeuw and Douglas Oosterbaan. Danny, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Elton Van Pernis, from the Beechwood Reformed Church will be moving Saturday to Westwood. N.J.. where Rev. Van Pernis has accepted a new charge. RCYF Banquet Is Held In West Ottawa School The second annual Holland Reformed Church Youth Fel- lowship Classis banquet was held Monday evening at the West Ottawa Cafetorium with about 150 young people present. Devotions were given by Vicky Fris. Classical officers who are serving this year were installed by National RCYF president. Dave Hakken. They are John Leenhouts, president; Myrna i Naber, vice president; Carole1 'Osterink, secretary; Bill Boeve, 1 treasurer; Donna Van Til, Faith chairman: Marilyn Koeman, Outreach chairman; Debby Klomparens. Fellowship chair-' man. 1 The Hope College Drama de- partment presented a program 1 entitled "Let Me Entertain You." Classical Youth advisors are Mrs. Charles Vander Beek, Mrs. Henry Ten Clay and the i Rev. John Van Harn. MARK BIRTHDAY Mrs. Alum De Haan, 'left1 president of the Newcomers Club, and Mrs. Huldah Bequette. club founder and honorary member, cut the birthday cake marking the club's 15th annhersary at a gathering "'ednesday night at the Legion clubhouse. Highlight of the was a fashion show. 'Penna-Sas photo) Newcomers Club 15 Years Old Miss Koy Borlace Mr. and Mrs. Earl Borlace of Gives Book Review At First Methodist i Miss Bea Denton gave z view of Wealthy Fisher's boos "To Light A Candle" at the November meeting Wednesday of the Woman's Society for Christian Service of the First Methodist Church held in the church social room. Mrs William Orr. chairman of the International Bazaar, pre- sented plans for Dec. 4 at a short business meeting. Present- ing the special music a trio composed of the Rev Harold Berks. Mrs. Barbara Greenwood and Mrs. Rache! Adler. Special guests from Grand Rapids. Fennville and Holland were in- troduced. At the close of the meeting, the Deborah Circle served des- sert and coffee with Mrs. Robert Monetza in charge. Mrs. Harold Derks and Mrs. H. Kilgren poured punch at a ta- ble decorated by Mrs. Donald Van Kampen. The Newcomers Club cele-1 brated its 15th anniversary at a party Wednesday night at the American Legion Memorial Park clubhouse with 55 mem- bers and guests attending. Mrs. Huldah Bequette. organ- izer of the club and honorary member, and Mrs. Alwin De Haan. president, cut the birth- day cake. Mrs. J.K. Brown, president, gave a brief his- tory of the club Highlight of the evening was a style show. "Dessert of Fas- hion." presented by Margret's Coiffures and Specialties, and narrated by Mrs. Warren Die- kema. The birthday theme was car- ried out in centerpieces of yel- low bird cages filled with flow- ers, and miniature birds and small candles at each place. Mrs. Charles Bradford, chair- man of the decorations commit- tee. was assisted by Mrs. James Gerrell and Mrs. Roscoe Giles. Prospecthe members present were Mrs Keith Bart, Grand Rapids: Mrs. Frank Goldsch- midt, Adrian: Mrs. Don Guay. Bark River: Mrs. George St. Johnson. Ventura. Calif., and Mrs. James Sutherland. Fort Wayne. Ind. Winners at bridge were Mrs. Bequette. Mrs. Virginia East. Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. Fred Kuipers, Mrs Robert Bernecker and Mrs. Paul Van Faasen. Mrs. Kenneth Cox and Mrs. i Joseph Sobota were canasta winners. The next meeting will be a luncheon Dec 18 at 12 30 p.m. in Hotel Warm Friend. 1 Medical Assistants Hold Monthly Meeting I Dr. J. B. Kearney, an to the Ottawa County Medical 'Assistants showed a film "Hyp- nosis in Obstetrics" at the Nov- ember meeting of the group held Monday in the office of Dr. John Kitchel in Grand Haven. The OCMA recently helped at the open hou.ce of the new Birch- wood Manor Nursing Home, catering and conducting tours, on Nov. 14 and 16. The mem- bers served cookies, punch and coffee to approximately 2.000 guests. Proceeds from this pro- ject will be donated to a chari- table organization. Fifteen Students Will Attend Drama Event Fifteen students have been se- lected to represent Holland High School at the annual High School Drama Day which will be held Saturday at Michigan State Un- iversity. Those who will attend are Mary Slag, Marilyn Swank, Carole Osterink, Mary De Haan, Barbara Veenhoven, Barbara Van Tatenhove, Sue Geerling, Klasina Vander Werf, Roberta Hallan, Sheryl Vande Bunte, Janice Sasamoto, Betsy Aar- sam, Pete Rector, Andy Attalai and Peter Notier. The students will attend pro- grams including demonstrations and discussions in the fields of acting, staging, make-up and play production. Highlight of the day will be a special mati- nee performance of "The Fan- tasticks" a musical fantasy by Jones and Schmidt. Accompanying the group will be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Taten- hove, Miss Jane Van Tatenhova and Terry Vande Water. Sentenced in Muskegon MUSKEGON (UPI) James M. McConnell. 31, of suburban Roosevelt Park, was sentenced Thursday to 2 to 10 years in prison for bilking through a collection agency he operated. WESTINGHOUSE, SYLVANIA, KELVINATOR, SPEED QUEEN, KITCHEN AID, KROEHLER. CALL AT VOGELZANG'S 25 E. 8th PHONE EX 6-6566 ONE OF HOLLAND'S LEADERS IN NAME BRANDS Doctors' Wives Guild Holds Harvest Coffee black I urn House Cats nuts served as the centerpiece, Duplicate Bridge Club Proceeds from the coffee and baked goods are designated for SHERMAN OAKS. Calif. draperies for the Holland Citv _ t pich Police got another Hosoital Jake Boersma and Alt telephone call Thursday from Project chairman was Mrs. were. P.lace wmonersp a frightened housewife that Robert Albers Others serving the men s Pairs ol brought a current "black pan- nooeri AIUCIS. ULIICIS aei vuig Rnri n. ther scare in this area to a climax. on the committee were the Mes- the Holland Duplicate Bridge cit sri Bonzelaar, William Other PlacmS pairs Jr.. and Donald De Witt. The next meeting will be held Jan. 14, at the home of Mrs. me" s The woman said she saw two William Westrate Jr., 55 West were Clete Merillat i of the beasts slink under a par. S6w ii t tially finished house- Officers I. W. Becker j arrjved on tne run. shotguns in hand. They found two house and Tom Vander Kuy and Norman Wan- gen, fourth. Winners of the six table frac- cats under the house. was a widespread hunt the San Fernando Valley sever- c, c. j D; i i in e a Area String Students rlan j tional master point side game jast weekenci because of To Participate in Festival iwere Mrs- Thomas DePree reports of Ioose biack pan. r I Mrs. Kenneth Morris, first; tners String players from West Ot- i Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wade, sec- tawa, Holland Public and Hoi- ond: Mrs. George Manting and William Lokker, third; Shower Compliments Marlene Kleinheksel Miss Marlene Kleinheksel was feled at a bridal shower last Friday evening, at the home of Mrs Glenn Geerts of route 3. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Kleinheksel. Mrs. Ted Klein- heksel and Mrs. Geerts. Invited guests were Mrs. Gordon Veen, Mrs. Dalwyn Kempkers. Mrs Carl Kemme. Mrs Jennie Oetman. Mrs. Mrs. Harold Koops. Mrs John Vander Kooi. Mrs. Martin Elenbaas, Mrs. Elmer Zoet. Mrs. Gerrit Zoet. Mrs. Jarvis Zoet. Mrs. Gerrit Schierbeek, Mrs. Jay Hop. Mrs. George Haverdink. Mrs. Harold Klein- heksel, Mrs. Earl Kleinheksel, Mrs. Jerald Folkert, Mrs. Gerald Kleinheksel. Mrs. Ber- nard Timmerman, Mrs. Milton Timmerman, Mrs. Harold Kronemeyer, Mrs. Norman .Kleinheksel, Mrs. Rudy Klein- i heksel, Mrs. Elmer Becksfort. Also invited were Miss Delia lAgatres, Mrs. Harvey Boerman. i Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Gillis Van Der Kamp. Mrs. George Kleinheksel. Mrs William Klein- heksel. Mrs. Harry Bleeker. Mrs. Herman Ryzenga. Mrs. Ed Xyhof. Mrs. Kenneth Vork. Mrs George Lohman Sr.. Mrs. George Lohman Jr., Mrs Ber- nard Lohman. Mrs. Earl Al- bers. Mrs Velva Wiegerink. Mrs. Ken Karstens. Mrs Mike i Oetman. Mrs. Jerald Klemhek- isel Others present were Mrs. Luanne Lambers. Misses Belle Kleinheksel, Beverly Krone- meyer. Lois Kleinheksel, Ruth Kleinheksel, June Van Der Kamp. Lois Joy Kleinheksel. Carol Kleinheksel. Marian Xyhof. Kathy Kleinheksel. Judy Geerts, Sharon Kleinheksel. Nancy Kleinheksel, Debra Kleinheksel and the guest of honor. Whales can dive a mile be- low the surface and rise im-1 mediatelv without harm. Passenger Injured In Two-Car Accident Linda Brookhouse, 17. of 461 West 22nd St received minor injuries in a two-car accident Thursday at 257 West llth St., but was not treated at Holland Hospital. She was riding in a car driven by Jacqueline M. LaCombe. 25. of 652 West 20th St.. when the car collided with another driv- en by Roger Lee Langejans. 19, of 248 West 21st St. Miss La- Combe was issued a ticket by Holland police for failure to maintain an assured clear dis- tance. RUMMAGE SALE 84 East 8th a.m. -9pm. Friday. Nov. 22 Spsd by Overisel Christian School society Adv land Christian Schools, will tra- vel to Portgage Saturday mor- ing to participate in a String Festival, sponsored by the Mich- igan School Band and Orches- tra Association. String students from schools in Western Mich- igan will combine to make three Mrs. Mrs Robert Adamo of Grand- ville and Mrs. David Fles of Grand Rapids, fourth. The games were held in the Community Room of the People's State Branch Bank in Northgate Shopping Plaza. large string orchestras at the! festival site. Kodak Co. Employes This String Festival, one of two held in the state, was start- ed last year to promote an in- terest and encouragement to string players. Approximately string students in Michi- gan will be participating in the festivals this Saturday. Area students will travel to- gether in a bus furnished by the West Ottawa district. Direc- tors are Calvin Langejans, Hen- ry VanderLinde, William Kis- enger and Alvern Kapenga. 500 Attend Program By Magnachord Chorus About 500 persons were pres- ent at the program presented by the Magnachords Male Chor- us Thursday evening in the Hol- land High School auditorium. Under the direction of Calvin Langejans, the group of 30 voices presented a varied pro- gram with Miss Judy Woodward as flute accompanist and Mrs, William Mouw at the piano. The group will go to Muske- gon Saturday where they will present a varied program in the Christian High School gym. Adv. BAKED GOODS SALE Sat. Nov. 23, A.M. Westrates. Sponsor: South Shore Hospital Guild. NEWSPAPER! Will Receive Dividend ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UPI1- About employes of the Eastman Kodak Co. today were voted a wage dividend totalling million. The dividend was voted by the board of directors at the annual meeting Thursday. It is based on an employe's earn- ings during the perceding five years as well as on the level of the company's common stock dividends during the year. Woman Bookkeeper, 32, Pleads Guilty to Forgery GRAND RAPIDS (UPI) A woman bookkeeper suspected of embezzeling up to from the company she worked for pleaded guilty in Kent County Circuit Court today to forgery. Mrs. Stella Schultz, 32, di- vorced mother of two, admitted forging a check on Bolt- house Plumbing Heating Co. of Wyoming. Judge Fred N. Searl remanded her to jail to await sentence. The 12-mile long Simplon Tunnel in the Alps re- quired eight years to build. GRANDOPENING OF THE CAMPUS by Margret THE COMPLETE JUNIOR FASHION HOUSE THURS. FRI. SAT. Come in and visit Holland's newest Fashion Center an apparel store for the junior size woman and 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 de- picted 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 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. FOR LADIES ONLY That's right! The Mink Stole to be given away at the Holland Oiler game tomorrow night is for lodies only and every lady present is eligible to win in the drawing. Plan to be there Plan to wear mink home! Yes, a S700 Mink Stole and its for you! See the stole in Taylor's window. Look what's new in Duofold 2-layer sports underwear 2-LAYER TURTLENECK TOPS V.' Now you can enjoy your favorite 2-layer sports under- wear rwo with a fashion-smart Turtleneck Top so smart it's almost a shame to cover it 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 I no iich, no freeze. In beautiful new solid colors and candy stripes. TURTLE NECKS MANY POPULAR COLORS CHILDREN'S 93 m 2 LAYER INSULATED 3.98 254 RIVER AVE. OPEN MON. ond FRI. NIGHTS 'til 9 NEWSPAPER!   

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