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SATURDAY^SEPTEMBER 4, 19M DAR Chapter Schedules Fall Luncheon Sept. 9 Elizabeth S c h u y 1 e r Hamilton | Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, has completed plans for its entire season, which begins Sept. 9. The opening fall luncheon, in charge of Mrs. Earl Price, will be held at the Eten House. Featured as speaker will be Mrs. Chester F. Miller of Saginaw, national chairman of the honor roll committee Speaker at the Oct. 14 meeting will be K. Don Jacobusse. Holland Community Ambassador. Mrs. Andrew H. Crawford will be hostess. On Nov. 11, Senator Clyde Geerlings will address the chapter at the home of Mrs. C. C. Wood. Miss Katherine C. Post, a member of the local chapter, will present a program on the Kate Duncan Smith DAR school at the Dec. 9 meeting, at which Miss Uda Rogers will be hostess. A guest meeting is planned to celebrate the chapter anniversary on Jan. 13. Program for the occasion will be a book review by Mrs. George Damson. Miss Maibelle Geiger will be hostess. Feb. 10, at the home of Mrs. John Kramer, a program will be given on "The Flag" with Miss Laura A. Bpyd and Mrs. Dwight Yntema taking part. The annual joint meeting with the Sons of the Revolution is scheduled Feb. 23. Mrs. William C. Vandenberg, Sr., will be hostess at the meeting on THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THREE Rev. Elton Von Pernis March 10 when "Conservation in a program on Na t u re," charge of Miss Lida Rogers, will be given. Speaker will be Miss Lillian Van Dyke. The April meeting will feature a presentation of "Early American Silver," by Mrs. Randall C. Bosch. Mrs. Bruce Mikula will be hostess. Season finale will be the annual spring luncheon May 5, with annual reports and election of officers. Plans for the chapter season were made at a board meeting at the home of Mrs. Orion S. Cross, 587 Crescent Dr. Officers present were the regent, Mrs. Harold B Niles; vice regent, Miss Laura Boyd; recording secretary, Mrs. John Rozeboom; treasurer, Mrs. Â· Cross; registrar, Mrs. William C. Vandenberg; historian, Mrs. William Eaton; press relations. Miss Lida Rogers; director, Mrs. R. F. Keeler. The regent announced plans for a regional conference, conducted by the state board and state chairman, at Kalamazoo Sept. 24; a conservation conference for DAR members at Higgins Lake Sept. 21, 22 and 23, and dedication of the 100-acre planting of memorial pines in Manistee National Forest early in October. Local members are dedicating the planting of one half acre of these trees in memory of Miss Martha Sherwood, a charter member. Potlnck Supper Held By Rural Carriers Rural Letter Carriers Association and its Auxiliary had a potluck supper Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Van Li ere, Gordon St. Miss Mary Ann Schuiling played two piano numbers and Mrs Bertha Vredeveld and Mrs. Anna De Boer reported on the conference held recently at Kellogg Cen- tr, East Lansing. Mrs. Ella Van Liere read a report on several projects carried out by the Auxiliary in Ottawa County during the year, for which the members won the Achievement Trophy awarded at the state conference. The next meeting will be held Oct. 1 at the home of Mrs. Anna De Boer, 243 West 10th St. Pastor Installed At Beechwood The Rev. Elton Van Pernis will preach his first sermon Sunday in Beechwood Reformed Church following his installation Tuesday night. He will speak on the subject, "Christ the Supreme Theme of a Gospel Ministry" and in the evening his topic will be, "Why Do You Love the Church?" Presiding at the installation service Tuesday night in the church was the Rev. Christian Walvoord, president of the classis. The Rev. Raymond Denekas, pastor of Calvary Reformed Church, spoke on the subject, "My Church." The charge to the minister-elect was given by the Rev. Abraham Rynbrandt, Maplewood Reformed Church pastor, and the charge to the congregation was presented by the Rev. Henry Mouw. pastor of Sixth Reformed Church. Rex-. Pernis gave the benediction. A solo," "If We Could See Beyond today" was sung by Mrs. Alvin Boeve. A social hour followed the service. Rev. Van Pernis was pastor of Byron Center Reformed Church the last three years. He served as a major in the Air Force for five and a half years. He attended Rutgers University, Hope College and was graduated from Western TheologicalSeminary in 1951. He is the son of the Rev. G. M. Van Pernis of Williamson. N. J. Mrs. Van Pernis is the former Beatrice Soodsma of Ridgewood, N. J. She formerly attended Hope College. They have a six-month- old son, Daniel Mark. TONIGHT 9:00--Dinner-dance at Macatawa Bay Yacht Club. 9:00--Dance at Elks Lodge. 9:00--Dance at VFW Hall 9:00--Dance at Moose Hall. 9:00--Dance at Eagles Hall. TOMORROW 3.00--Dr. Paul Harrison speaks at public meeting in Hope Chapel. 8:00--The Rev. Donald Benedict speaks at public meeting in Hope Chapel. MONDAY 8:00--Presentation of drama by young people' of National Youth Assembly at Hope Chapel. Public invited. TUESDAY 5:30--Business Girls Golf League at Saugatuck Golf Course. 7:45 -- Holland Chapter, No. 429, OES, first regular meeting. "Jown Jcdk Dr. W. Karl Steele, well-known chalk artist, will draw two pictures at the final Vacationland Hymn Sing at 9 p.m. Sunday in Grand Haven High School auditorium. Background music will be provided by Mrs. Howard Rose and Mrs. J.E. Kammeraad. Dr. Steele is head of the Wheaton College art department and the Maranatha School of Art. The Havenaires male quartet will sing, accompanied by John Bosch. Members are Wayne Poel, Tom Straatsma, Don Nagtzaam and Howard Rose. Morrie Carlson of Youth Haven, saxophone soloist, will appear on the program. Don Brandt will be song director and Miss Ilene Dethe organ and Al Plasky of Weeber-Kimball Vows Exchanged John Bosch and wind will be at piano. Bill Elliott and Detroit have returned home after Heukeiom. _ . . . . TJ o 1 *-n c- A late summer wedding was solemnized Tuesday evening in First Reformed Church when Miss Shirley Ruth Kimball became the bride of Collins David Weeber The double ring service was per formed at 8 p.m. by the Rev George G. Weeber, father of the groom, and Dr. Raymond Van Mr. and Mrs. Collins David Weeber (Joel's photo) At the reception for '200 guests in Zeeland City Employes Hold Annual Picnic ZEELAND (Special) -- All the chicken you can eat and a ride on the fire truck for the kids. What more could be included in a picnic? Not much, and as a result the Zeeland City employes picnic Fri- .day night at Lawrence St. Park was a whopping success. More than 200 persons attended the event. Ray Schaap was chairman of the program committee, and came full of ideas that included a truth or consequences show, resulting in City Attorney Randall Dekker getting the consequence. Mayor Robert S. De Bruyn spoke briefly before the program. Peter Stall, Jr., was in charge of the refreshment committee. Sheriff Seeking Cause of Death HASTINGS, Mich. (UP)--Barry County Sheriff Clarence Donovan said today he will not know until next Tuesday or Wednesday what caused the death of Mrs. Nellie Stacey, 34, who died under mysterious circumstances Thursday. An autopsy performed on the woman's body Friday failed to show what caused her death. Mrs. Stacey, her husband. Miles., 32, an ex-convict, and their four children were on a picnic at Horseshoe Lake south of here when she became ill and was rushed to Pennock Hospital by her 15-year-old son and a friend. She was dead on arrival at the hospital. Police were unable to locate her husband for several hours after her death but arrested him when he showed up at the hospital early Friday. He is being held on a parole violation charge because he left Kalamazoo County. Donovan said more tests will be made in the State Health Department laboratory at Lansing in an effort to determine cause of death of the Parchment woman. spending several days at Robinwood and Lakeshore Cabins. Elliott will compete in the Labor Day weekend air show at Dayton, Ohio. Plasky, a member of the University of South Carolina football team, will report for practice Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindner of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Friday to spend the Labor Day holiday with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verne C. Hohl, 1770 South Shore Dr. A film, "The Way He Should Go" will be shown at the Zeeland Bowl Sunday at 9 p.m., sponsored by Youth for Christ. Music will be presented by the Victory Four. In event of rain the film will be shown in First Reformed Church. Mrs. Josephine Antas entered St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Rapids Friday to undergo surgery today for the removal of metal pins in her left arm and right leg. the result of injuries received when she was hit by a runway car last Sept. 30 at the Legion golf course here. Mr. and Mrs Milton Barkel and family of 200 West 19th St.. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Klokkert and family of Hamilton are spending a week at a cottage on Lake Michigan north of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walters and Robin, 218 East 16th returned home from St., have Fairborn, Waverly School Opening Waverly School will begin the fall semester Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. for a half-day session. Mrs. Bloemendaal has been hired as kindergarten and first grade teacher. Mrs. Huldah Roach and Mrs. A.B. Van Dyke complete the teaching staff. Bentley to Crown Queen FAIRGROVE, Mich. (UP)-- Rep. Alvin M. Bentley (R-Mich.) will crown the 1954 Michigan Bean Queen at the eighth annual Michigan Bean Festival here Labor Day. Strike Called Off FRANKFORT, Mich. (UP) -- A strike set for today by seamen operating the Ann Arbor Railroad Co. carfernes \vas called off at the last minute to consider a new company offer. Ohio, where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Walters, and their new granddaughter, Nancy Lou. Walters is stationed at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base in Fairborn. Holland Kiwanis Club will meet on Tuesday next week because of the holiday. The meeting will bp heid at 6:15 p.m. in the Tulip Room, Warm Friend Tavern. Word has bpen ^received here of the birth of a daughter this morning at the Army Hospital, Ft. Knox, Ky., to Corp. and Mrs. Don Northuis. Mrs. Northuis is the former Eunice Schippcr of Zeeland. Final social events of the season at the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club include a dinner dance tonight, a family buffet supper on Sunday and the presentation of awards and trophies on Labor Day following the final small boat races. Commodore Clarke Field and Howard Tfamm. chairman of the race committee, w i l l made the presentations. The Yacht Club officially closes on Tuesday. Palms, ferns, candelabra, anc baskets of white gladioli former, the background for the rites. Satin bows and greens decorated the pews. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clifford R. Kimball, 92 East 22nd St., and the groom's parents are the Rsv. and Mrs. Weeber, 203 West 12th St. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of chantilly rosepoint lace and illusion tulle over satin. The fitted lace bodice was styled with a portrait neckline edged with folds of tulle and tiny seedpearls and long sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. The bouffant skirt featured panels of lace in front and back, extending into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion fell from a matching Juliet cap trimmed with seedpearls. She carried a white Bible with a white orchid end streamers with small rosebuds. The bride was given Jn marriage by her father. Miss Lillian Weeber, sister of the groom, attended as maid of honor, wearing a gown of nde green net over taffeta, styled with a fitted bodice, cap sleeves and a cuffed neckline. She wore a green hat headclip and carried a colonial bouquet of yellow rosps and baby mums. The bridesmaids, Miss Bea Koetsier and Mrs. Gary Boogerd, wore gowns and headclips identical to that of the honor attendant Their colonial bouquets were of pink roses and baby mums. Nancy Ann Kouw and Ellen Ruth Wmdemuller, cousins of the bride, were flo'ver girls. They wore identical gowns of white nylon net over taffeta with tiny pink velvet flow- JaM "" W ecks - - ' W( - LKS Nurse Engaged MI-.S Marietta Elgersma Mr. ami Mrs. Gernt Lxkers ot 380 Contra! Ave.. announce the engagement ot their daughter. Miss Marietta Elgersma, to Philip Van Wynen. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Van Wynen, 87 East 23rd St. Miss Elgersma was granduatetl Friday night from Hackley Hospital School of Nut-MiiR She will be attending Moody Bible Institute this tall. Mr. Van Wynen will begin his senior year at Moody Bible Institute this fall. the church parlors, Mr. and Earl Dykstra and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Masl of Grand Rapids, presided at the punch bowls. The Misses Betty Cook and Marijane BOIT arranged Ihe gifts. Mrs Johanna Ledeboer and Mrs Jacob Van Eck of Chicago poured al the buffet table. Barbara Weeber was in chaige of the guest book. Assisting about the rooms were ihe Misses Melon Vandcr Uaar, Ardilh Van Doornik. Lorraine Snellonher- ger. Marge Heiderna and Donna Borr. Dr. Raymond Van Heukplom gave remarks and led in closing prayer. For their honeymoon to Mackinac Island. Mrs. Wcebcr wore an ice blue light wool dress with matching box jacket, cocoa brown accessories and white orchid corsage. After Sept. U, the couple wil make their home at 13 West IGth S1. The bride attended Hope College and was graduated from Roselanc Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago. She is a surgical nurse at Holland Hospital. The groom, a Hope College graduate, is attending Western Theological Seminary. Following rehearsal Monday evening, parents of the groom entertained the bridal parly at their home. Several prp-nupfial parlies feted he bride, given by Mrs. George Weeber. Mrs. Ivan Komv, Mrs eorge Rarnaker and Mrs. Harold Vienhuis; Miss Bea Koetsior and Vtiss Lillian Weeber; Miss Patricia State Cops SeD Loot at Bargains EAST 'LANSING, Mich. (UP)Hundreds of stolen and confiscated goods -- the loot from 25 years in Michigan -off Friday by were State Charged With Murder Mich. (UP)--Guadalupe 34. Lake Odessa, has IONIA, Godinez. been charged with murder in the fatal stabbing of Jesus Valadez, 22, a Mexican field worker killed in a dance hall scuffle. Search for 'Thin Man' KALAMAZOO. Mich. \UP)- Â·Po- lice and sheriff's officers searched today for a "thin robbed a food about $4,000 at night. who market here of gunpoint Friday t a man breathed pure oxy- all the time he would die. More Bodies Returned PANMUNJOM, Korea 'UP) -The bodies of 250 Allied war dead were turned over to the United Nations Command by the Communists today. Anti-Reds Evacuated WASHINGTON (UP)--Some 50,000 anti-Communist Vietnamese refugees were evacuated from, northern Indochina on U.S. Navy- ships in Operation "Sealift" last week, the Navy said Friday. S P E C I A L ! Helen Curth COMPLETE PERMANENT $750 7 Hair Styling by Mrt. Viola Carey ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE 7 West 8th St. PhonÂ« 3930 Late Appointments Taken Wednesday and Friday PARKER '2V '5V PENS $coo PENS ONLY D up Sets 58-75 And Up VANDEN BERG JEWELRY 210 COLLEGE AVE. PHONE 7810 of crime auctioned Police. Many of the goods were confiscated from punchboard operators. A 1953 state law allowed police to include these items in an auftion for the first time. It was bargain day for the nearly 200 persons, many of them housewives who brought their children for the "legal steal." A $70 dollar watch went for $9; a five-horsepower outboard motor for $20; a glass fishing pole with tackle for $3. A 7-year-old boy, given $10 and instructions to "get a good deal" by his parents, got a pair of high-power binoculars for 53. "The goods came county in every from nearly Michigan." Thomas J. Masterson, State Police said. "And some of been kicking around i Srinkman and dykp; and Mrs. Grand Rapids. Mrs .7aon Goo- John Swagrnan of Jobless Insurance Claims Down During Late August WASHINGTON (UP)-- The La tor Department Friday night reported a continued decline in unemployment, insurance claims during the spokesman, Ihem have State Police posts for 25 years or more." f The items ranged in size from diamonds to value fro.n cameras. Masterson said the sale was announced through newspaper auction ads in counties where t h o ;oods were confiscated, stolen or lost. car hoods and in cigars io jnovie You are Cordially Invited to the VACATIONLAND HYMN SING New Senior High School Auditorium Grand Haven, Mich. Sunday, Sept. 5th 9 p.m. Dr. W. Karl Srocle, welt known Chalk Artist Mutic by Mrt. Howard Rojo, Mn. Joe Kammeraad "Havenairet" Male Quarter, Firit Reformed Church, Grand Haven Morrlt Cordon, Saxophone loloixt, Director of Youth Haven, Mujkcgon Don Brandt, song leader John Bosch, organ Ilene Dewind, piano EVERYONE WELCOMf Tins will be the final Vacohonland Hymn Sing of the 1 954 season Mother-in-Law Ordered 'To Show Soldier His ers scattered over their full hoop skirts. They carried m i n i a t u r e colonial bouquets of pink rosebuds Attending the groom were Don aid L. Buitendorp as best man Jack Stegmk and Donald Geelhoed cousins of thp bride and groom were master and mistress of ceremonies. Organ prelude music and the wedding marches were played by Miss Geraldme Walvoord. Soloist Virgil Bold of Grandvillc, sang "God Gave mp You," "O Peifec.1 Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Before approaching Ihe altar, the bride sang "Because. Trip brine's mother vvoip an aqua silk shantung two-piece dross with a pink velvet hat, embroidered with seed pearls. Her porsaj/p was of pink rosp.s. The groom's mother was diessed in n a v y blue crppp with m a t t lung velvet hat and wore a roj.srfge of red roses. Struck by Car, Killed DOWAGIAC, Mich. (UP)- Karen Hosner, 13. was killed Friday afternoon when .she was h i t by a car in front of her farm home a mile east of here. good food fine gifts Announcing We will be closed for two days -- Wednesday, September 8th and Thursday, September 9th. REOPENING fRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th Cordially DETROIT CUP)--Circuit Judge Frank B. Ferguson has ordered an Army private's mother-in-law to produce the soldier's son for him or face ariest. The judge ruled Friday he will issue a bench warrant for Mrs. Mary L. King unless she permits her son-in-law. Pvt RobVrt J. Davis, 10 see his iO-month-old boy. Davis, on furlough from an Aruona post, told the court that Mrs. King had denied him permission to visit the child. D,ivii' w i f e . Sarnmie Jean filed lor divorce last July and now is l i v i n g in Boston. It said i n i t i a l rlaims-- notices of now unemploynipnt-- frlgcrl down by 5,000 to total 1M5.100 during Ihe week purled Aug '2X It- was the seventh s t r a i g h t uppkly decline and the lowest reported .so far this year. Continuing unemployment insurance claims off by 30,400 to total ],fi7G,SOO d u r i n g the wppk ond- Pd Aug. 21. This was straight weekly dpclinp Why-Cats-Like-Catnip Puzzle May Be Solved CHAMPAIGN, III. (UP) -chemist today reported that science may be nearing an answei to Ihp puzzle of why cats like catnip. Prof. .Samuel M. McElvain, head of organic- chemistry at the University of Illinois, disclosed he has I FIRST SERVICES In the NEW I Grace Episcopal Church \ HIP and f i f t h the lowest volume so far t h i s ye-jr. Civilian Payroll Down Â·WASHINGTON' (UPi--The civilian payroll of the federal government cost the Treasury 59.433.000.000 for the fiscal year whiph ended last June 30, Sen. Harry F Byrd (D-Va) reported lodaj. This was a reduction of $-'10,000.000 from the figure foi the pieviou.s fiscvil vear. Raps Trade Increase WASHINGTON f UP)-.Sen William E. Jenner said today a U S n to inprr;is" n o n - m i l i t a r y trade w i t h Russia has given the Rpds a " t a r t i r a l " VK t o r v ;md d,im- A m e r i c a n pjeslige. Marriage Licenses O l t s i w a County Walter J i o i i i l l e r , 2 I , I O I I I P T , u r t i s . Ohio, and Jo Ann JVT.mn, 16, r o u t e I. Giancl H,n-n; Herman John O t t . J r . 23 and Lois Kraker, 21; Eugene Mnrre Wolfe 5fi f and E v l v n S. Fells, all of Grand H a v e n in isolating, analy/.ing and showing (he chemical strut lure of catnip's active element. Now scientists m n y b able to learn why felines, from pel cats to junglp lions are stimulated by catnip, McElvain .said. A l c K l v a m outlined the cliPmical s t r u c t u r e of nepetalic acid, the essential ingredient in c a t n i p , at a two-day symposium honoring Prof. Roger Adarns, who retired t h i s week a f t e r 28 years as hpad of the UI chemistry department. Airlines Investigating Near-Crash at Jackson JACKSON", Mich. (UP I-American An lines o f f i c i a l s said today thfy WPI-P i n v e s t i g a t i n g a npar accident uhi(,h occuried here Friday. The o f f i c i a l s said one of HIP an Imp's Convairs brushed a light pole w i t h its l a n d i n g gr-ar as it a t t e m p t e d to make a landing at t h p .fackson Airport. The p l a n e was not damagpd in I h p b i u s h and proceeded to Willow Run Airport, 40 miles away, where it made a safe landing. Crew m e m b e r s Â«ind TO pas.sengeis aboard r*sÂ«aped injury. 555 Michigan AvÂ«nuÂ«, Holland, Michigan The Very Rev. William C. Warner, Rector SERVICES THIS SUNDAY 8:00 A.M.--Holy Eucharist 9:15 A.M.--Holy Eucharist 11:00 A.M.--Choral Celebration of the Holy Eucharist Celebrant--Bishop McNeil Preacher--Dean Warner 12:10 P.M.--Holy Baptism SERVICES Every Sunday 8:00 -- 9:15 and 11:00 A.M. Wednesdays and Holy Days 7:00 and 10:00 A.M. Church School begins September 19th at 9 : 15 A.M. Church open daily for prayer and meditation You ore always welcome at Grace Church are always fresh Just North of the Post Office fine iiit SUNDAY NITE AT 9 Zeeland Bowl Kverv parent and every child j should sep t h i s f i l m " U a y He Should Go" M i l l i e hv Viciorv Four good 1ood I" ~as= of r a m , First Reformed' _^_^__ Â· Church, Zeeland, Adv. I Phone 4-1441 I SGT. LAVERN (JIM) VAN WY1C. ion ol Mr. and Mrs. Marine Van Wyk. 548 West 32nd St., a servjng in Korea with a service battery. HÂ» entered the Army Feb. 25, 1953. and look basic training at fort Knox, Ky.. with the Third Armored Division. 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