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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24,1974 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL Local Calendar Of Events PAGETHRefc st'y-y^X^zfzs f^J?S^I^S*fP^®?N'rsVf*: ©wSiSfe-Spilis '0?3^3J^'$^£'*g S^· : ^:v; : -:: i ·.·^^*\^-··^ : ·M^-;^^-:^·-· : ·^, : .^^.":". ^^'fa^li^j-p^^s SaSi^^gsfl^ 18 s Mrs. Dean A!an Boeve (PchSer phc:o) Zeeland Church Provides Setting For Nuptial Rites* TONIGHT 6:30 -- Unity Lodge 191, F and j AM, 2,500th meeting celebration,! potluck supper and visitation bv Grand officer at Mesonic HalL 7:00 -- Weight Watchers, Warm Friend Motor Inn. i 7:00 -- Film "King--A Film- j ed Record, Montgomery to f Memphis' 7 DeWitt Theatre" j 7:30 -- Beechwood Booster- eties, Beechwood School. j j 7:30 -- Academy of Friend- j I ship, Mrs. Edward Wheaton. 7~:30 -- Tulip City Gem and Mineral Club in Civic Center. 7:30 -- Ladies Athletic Club. E.E. Fell Junior High School! 7:30 -- TOPS Chapter 486. Zeeland City HalL 7:30 -- Expectant parents class. Heritage Room Holland' j HospitaL | I 7:30 -- Alumni Dutch dance S I practice, Harrington SchooL i j 8:00 -- Film "Paul Cezanne" j ] io be shown in Herrick Library I Auditorium. j 8:00 -- Erutha Rebekah lodge j meeting at Tulip City Rod and] Gun Club. I 8:00 -- Free public lecture in , r . T , . . ,, , .Wichers Auditorium by Dr. Miss Kenlyn Ann V a n d e j James BaM Water daughter of Mr. and! 8:0 o _ Open house at Citv Mrs. Teno Vande Water, 230 j Hall m^ 1{ , _ m South State St., Apt 4 7, j THURSDAY " Zeeland, became the bride ofj 9:30 -- Erutha Rebekah Hobo Dean Alan -Boeve, son of Mr. j Breakfast at home of Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald A. Boeve, o6401 Xeda Poppema 152nd Ave., West Olive, on! 12:10 -- Rotary Club at Warm Tuesday. j Friend Motor Inn. The Rev. John Noordstromf 1:15 -- Adult shuffTeboard et o e r f o r m e d the evening j Civic Center, ceremony in Second Reformed j 6:00 -- TOPS Chapter 732, Hamilton Bank building. 7:30 -- Family Film program, Herrick Library. 7:30 -- Harrington Ladies Athletic club at school 7:30 -- Holland Snorts Club (volleyball) at E. E. FeE Junior High. 7:30 -- Japanese film series "TJgetsu" in'De Witt Cultural Center main theatre. 7:30 -- Tulip City Rod and Gun Club at club grounds. 7:30 -- Mothers of World War H party at Mrs. Seda Pop- pema. 7:30 -- Opening meeting of West Shore Women's Golf association at West Shore clubhouse. 7:30 -- Parents Without Partners to hear about Women's Resource Center at business meeting in Winants Auditorium, Hope College; Open to public. 7:45 -- Olive Center Home Extension. Club meeting and David Aiken In Recital, Master Class at Hope Town To/* l Engaged Reformed s Church of Zeeland while music was provided by Mrs. John VanderBy, organist, and Miss Sue Van Liere, soloisrl The^bride wore a floor-length white crepe skimmer with fitted bodice, high neckline a n d tapered sleeves of patterned venice lace. Tiny satin buttons extended from the neckline to waist which was circled with satin ribbon ending in a bow and streamers in back. Her double. tic-red floor-length mantilla edged in matching lace was held by a small pillbox cap. She carried a cascade style bouquet of yellow sweetheart roses and white miniature carnations trimmed with baby's breath and hanging ivy. - . Similarly attired was the miniature bride. Miss J i l l Marlink- Miss Susie Kanger 'as maid Mrs. John Beers. 8:00 -- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon. "meetings at All Saints' parish hall, Saugatuck. 8:00 ^- PIay" i£ Red Magic" De Witt C u l t u r a l of honor wore a: "long..A-line ... -..,.-,-- ,, gown of sheer pastetflbral print election : bf officers at home of with, green-triinr-: She carried: - 1W ~ T -*~ .TJ-A~. a colonial' style" bouquet of yellow '. daisies : .and " g r e e n starfldwefs. * · · The bridesmaids, Miss Karen Kolenbrahder, Miss STi a r o n Keefer, Mrs. Kenneth Bing and Mrs. Douglas. Dams, w o r e similar gowns with peach colored trim and carried matching b o u q u e t s w i t h o r a n g e starflowers. Dale Boeve was · his twin brothers best man. B r u c e Johns. Tom- Van Kiev. Larry Donaldson and Larry Talsma w e r e groomsmen. Miniature groom was John Sterenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Westerhof presided as master and The Hope College m u s i c department will present tenor David Aiken in recital Saturday at 11 a.m., Wichers auditorium of the Nfykerk Hall of Music. He v! 1 ?. sing selections by Haydn, ^--humann, S t r a u s s , Schubert, Bizet and will feature a group of contemporary songs. He will be accompanied at the piano by Joan Comvay, assistant professor of music. ] Following a luncheon during j which Aiken will meet in-] formally with voice students he ] will conduct a masters class in j voice beginning at 2 p.m. i n j Wichers auditorium. B o t h recital and workshop are open to the public and to all students at no charge. j Aiken is associate professor j of voice at Indiana University where he sings in annual productions of the I. TJ. Opera Theatre. At the request of composer, Gian Carlo Menotti, Aiken created the role of King Melchior in the premier telecast of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" and toured for three seasons in France and England in 'The Consul." On Broadway he appeared in that work as well as in "The Girl in Pink Tights" and "The Saint of Bleeker Street." Since 1964 Aiken has been singing leading roles in many major opera houses throughout Europe. He has been the leading dramatic t e n o r at the Staatstheatre in Karlsruhe and at Berlin, Zurich and Hamburg. In addition to his teaching and operatic schedule Aiken has an extensive oratorio and recital repertoire and will be directing the upcoming production of "The Barber of Seville" with the Battle Creek Symphony orchestra. The concert by Hope College's Coltegiam Musicam which was to have been presented April 30 in Wichers Auditorium, Nykerk Hall of Music, has b e e n cancelled. i Mrs. Harry (Minnie) Aalde- irink ST., 74 East 21st St., w i l l 1 celebrate her SOth birthday with an open house Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at her Jhome, hosted by her 10 child- Iren. The Camp Fire Office, closed i Tuesday, is now back hi f u 11 j operation. Maple Ave., has returned home from Danbury, Conn., where J she spent the Easier holiday j with her son-in-law a n d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles t (Barbara) Lemmen. **»- Four Ferris State College Miss Phyllis Rietman music groups will combine theirj _. , ,,, ,,. talents for the annual "Pops"! ' e en e a § enieat of Pnylus concert to be presented at sl** ietman daughter of Mrs. p.m. Tuesday, May 7. in the! Dennis Rietman, 6596 96th Ave., Auditorium of the Starr Educa-j and the late Mr. Rietman, to Pianist Will Present Recital Sunday at Hope Pianist Guy Wuellner win present a public recital Sunday, at 3 pan. in Wichers auditorium of the Nykerk Hall of Music on the campus of Hope College. Wuellner is an associate pro- i fessor of piano in the College of FEARS FOR GOLD -- The miser Hieronymus, played by George Raiph of the Hope College theatre department faculty, fears for his gold in this scene from the comic- tragedy "Red Magic" by Michel de Ghelderode. The play opens in the studio theatre of the DeWitt Cultural Center Thursday, April 25, and will play seven times through May 4. ferson: Eddie Parsons, Fenn- TTfiGnjfftl /V/lftfC viUe; Marv Quintero and babv, AJ.(/£//£tUfc llUleb l m East 13th s t . Dav - d Sharda. 540 West 32nd St.; Beth Sierenberg, 1089 Colonial HOLLAND CITY HOSPITAL Visiting Hours Medical and Surgical Patients: 1:30 P.3I. to 8:30 P.M. Matetnitv Patients: 2:30 P.M. "to 4:00 P.M- PedSairics Patients: 2:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Ct., and Vern Valentine, Fennville. soprano and Marsha Morrili ofl M r - and Mrs - Charles Grave-. Ottawa Beach plays the clarinet ] link. 9955 Riley St., is announc- j for the musical groups. ed bv her mother. RE** | A November wedding Guv Waellner - j Fine Arts at Drake University. a pianist with several Holland Public Dr. D. A. Versendaal attended 1 principal Schools on Fri- Marking 65th Anniversary \%*£Jt£ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ault, 3317\Century° A m e r i c a n Piano . . .. , ,,. Devonshire Ave., Kalamazoo, I Music.' He is a past national an International Cmropracters are celebrating their 65th wed- i chairman of College Auditions Association X-Ray S a f e t y j di n g anniversary. The Aults liv-1 for Music Teachers national as- on i e d in Holland for 20 years prior j sociation. ·to Mr. Ault's retirement as L H V vlU ^gin the recital with Seminar April 20. u u - T · held in Lansing | Barb Vande Vusse Will 1 Compete in State Meet Admitted to Holland Hospital I Tuesday were Michael Vanj Barb Vande Vusse. daughter Wyk, 1110 Colonial Ct.: Chris-]°f Mr._ and Mrs. Lester Van topher Meyer, Zeeland: Hope | Dree, 516 Riley St.. a junior Zuverink. 713 Goldenrod Ave.; · at West Ottawa High School Family Film Program l on. ^ -, T,., ,, ! Robinson. The couple was mar- j j The Family Film Program at j r ied April 24. 1909. in Warsaw,! Herrick Library this ThursdayUnd.. by the Rev. H e n r y ! evening at 7:30 p.m. of National ] Goshert. They have a son, i Library Week will begin with Ro ^ rt ^ * Atlanta, Ga.,and i. '.. *-. -*r u - i ,T a daughter. Mrs. Thomas Cole a short turn "Afghanistan.' It j of Kalamazoo. There are four provides an over-view of this f grandchDdren and six great land with an authentic music i grandchildren. Gwendolyn Schreur, 855 South Washington Ave.; Mildred E. Flessner, South Haven: Anna B. Shaw, 110 West 13th St.; won second place in the regional forensics tournament, Monday. in Ionia. Her achievement in serious Mildred Wallace, 559 West SOth interpretative reading has won St.; Charles Lubben, 411 Cen-i her the right to compete in the land, and Richard Sharda, 1381 East 34th St. ! Discharged Tuesday were j Frances Abbas, 133 Blain Ave.;' Gordon Babbitt, 764 Columbia Ave.; Susan D. Barman, 165 East Fifth St.; Ramona Gonzales, 118 West 15th St.: Grace Harbison, 83 Burke St.; Margo Hannsen. Jenison; Donna Koetje, 97 West Lekewood Blvd.; Sally Me Keliips,, Fennville: Grace Overway, 115 Jef... B ,. ,, . studio \ Flve Babies Born In Five new babies have been Theatre. I Holland, Douglas 8:00 -- Mothers of Twins Club at Mrs. Austin Weaver. 8:00 -- Public Cancer Forum reported in two area hospitals, at Civic Center. j Born in Holland Hospital 8:15 -- Oratorio Chorus and! Tuesday were a son, Brian Orchestra performing Mendols- i Christopher, to Mr. and Mrs. j sohn's "Elijah," D i m n e n t j Michael ZoDar, 246 West 29thi AspeciAlwish fOR EVERy SECREIARV. tournament to be held May 4 on Michigan Sate University campus. background. An open house for the couple The primary film of the even- « TMftTM ^J5 Ss2 Presbyterian Church, 321 West ing is ; ' T i t a n -- S t o r y of Michelangelo," a documentary by the well-known film maker, Robert Flaherty. He presents the life, work and times of the artist, showing the influence of R e n aissance contemporaries and ancients on his work. South St., from 2 to 5 p.m. REDUCED 20% Regular Priced Merchandise 9:30 A.M.-10 P.M. Thurs. Only French Cloak 30 E. 8th Adv. Reformed Church Laymen Attention! Hear Rev. G. Aiken Taylor editor of the Presbyterian Journal speak on the formation o f t h e N a t i o n a l Presbyterian Church, at 7th Reformed Church, 950 Leonard St., Grand Rapids Wednesday, April 24th ot 8 P.M. This is of interest to many Reformed Church people. Spsd. by the League of Christian Laymen (R.C.A.) Inc. Chapel. St.: a daughter, Melissa Jo, to 1 Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Klein. j route 2. Hamilton; and a son. j Christopher James, to Mr. and JMrs. Jack De Graaf, 658 East j llth St. Born today was a son, j Christopher Michael, to Mr. I and Mrs. Bryan Bouws, 385 '. West 35th St. The last meetings of the newly i Born today in Community formed Piano Club wffl be held j Hospital. Douglas, was a son. Friday, April 26, and May 3 in! David Jr., to Mr. and Mrs! Wichers Auditorium. Roberta j David Eastlow, route 2, Box Vander Veen, a Hope College j 72 J PianoGlub To Feature Harpsichordist mistress of ceremonies at the reception at Gerri Bee Party Place in Grandvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nuismer were at the punch bowl while Mrs. William. Marlink, Mrs. Dave r ^^^ T ^ u Vander Kooi, sister of the bride, I music "major", win demonstrate j and Mrs. Dale Boeve and Mrs. j ^ p ia v the harosichord f o r ! T ~,,,,;~«- M~L^ »«,,,,«* William Boeve were in the gift hhe feature of these meetings 1 Tanrnan Makes Request room. Assisting with the guest | Participating in the April ^6 -i DETROIT .(UPI) -Detroit book was Miss Colleen Nylaan. ; meeting of third through seventh I Police Commissioner Philip G. Following a wedding trip to i graders are Kelly Empson, John j ^f? 13 ? hasfpr °Pf t^ti,! vii the SmokT Mountains a n d ! Daniels, LisabeQi Rohlct Terri 000 be transferred om the Po- theiEdewaarfs. Vicki Beyer, Lisa ^e DepartmenLS budget ·«- their i Sluiter. Fern Palma, Roberta! salanes to a secret funa , - 4 ...-- T - i . ! "p?pfhiTrcf TTafhir CTa\-emafvvi would be used to make under- home ac Kbo Luicoln Ave^ l^Sfl^^^S j cover drug purchases and pay - ' - - - - campljinfOTners. Emilie The bride attended . . State College and is employed I Gwenn CampbeH, Gad by First Michigan Bank Trust!bell. Rich Dalman and Co The sroom a t t e n d e d ' P r i n c e . Muskeeon "junior College and \ Participating in the Bowling Green State University: througn i2ia grade meeting May in Ohio, served in the Marine!^are Ginger Visser, Tnn Oonk, j Coras for two vears and is now^ ath y Beeten, Greg Campbell, emoloved bv Wangle Construe-i^onna Salisbury, Amy Bloemen- 5 "- -^L'j -p-.-,;^; 3aaL Lon Bryson. ^ancy ISiord- \ jstrom, Sandy GraVengoed, John j Chamness and David See. J AH meetiBgs begin with re- \ freshments at 3:45 p.m. The i winning names for the t w o ] groups wfli be annomced and ] the winners will receive a gift j certificate from Meyer Music 1 Store. Every member will also 1 RUMMAGE SALE APRIL 26 S a.m. Good Samaritan Center. 20 W. 15th. Providence Sch. Cir. Adv. NAVE A IbEAuiiful WEEk NATIONAL SECRETARIES WEEK Apral 21-27 . Honored Mr and Mrs. Ernest Westen- broek. 159 Orlando Ave., cele- b-ateu their SOth wedding anniversary at the home of their son- m-!aw"and daughter. Mr. and ZoerhoL 109 West buffet lunch w a s Mrs. Gene SOth SL A served. Mr. and Mrs. Westenbroek \ were married April 21. 1944. by the fc"£ Rev. John Beebe. On Friday. April 19, M r s. Westenbroek's brothers "and sisters were entertained. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lugten. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Veld- hof. "Mr. and Mrs. Peter P e t r o e l j e . ilrs. Henry Petroelje. Mrs. Alvin Petroelje. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petroeljei Mr. and Mrs. Justin, Petroelje and -:ne Zoerhofs. Unable to attend were the Rev. and Mrs. Chester Schemper of S o u t h Holland, HI, On Saturday, April 20, Mr. Westenbroek's family attended. Present were Ray Barkel, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westenbroek, Mr. and Mrs: Adrian Westen- broek, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Westenbroek, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zoet, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mouw, Miss Betty Westen r broek and the Zoerhofs.' receve his .charter member] certificate. | Membership has now esceea- 1 ed 100 piano students from the HpDand area. Any yotmg pianist vould still like to join may ; Paljna for mfor-i ; call Eleanor inatfon- Saugatuck Couple To \ Be Feted on Anniversary · Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fenrich I Sr., 3204 62nd St., Saugatuck, I are being hosted by their' children at an open house a t j their home on Silver Lake in ] celebration of their 40th wed- i ding anniversary on Sunday. j Friends and neighbors are in- j vited to attend from 3 to 81 p.m. i Their children are Mr. and j Mrs. George (Sandra) Kentz, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fenrich Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fenrich. NOW Vz PRICE Spring Coats French Cloak 30 E- 8th Mr. DAISIES -J The Ottawa County Medical Society and The Ottawa County Cancer Society Present as a Public Service a Forum on CANCER MODERATOR Dr. Edward Moorhead Oncologist, Grand Rapids CANCER OF THE COLON AND RECTUM Dr. James P, Muldoon, Grand Rapids CANCER OF THE BREAST Dr. Edward Helbing, Holland CANCER OF THE LUNGS Dr. Robert W. Harrison, Grand Rapids CANCER OF THE UTERUS Dr. Dale Dykema, Holland CANCER OF THE PROSTATE GLAND AND URINARY TRACT Dr. Bernard Meeuwsen, Holland Following these seven-minute presentations, questions submitted in v/riting from the audience will be answered. HOLLAND CIVIC CENTER 8 P.M. THUSDAY, APRIL 25 iNEWSPA'FERr VSPAPERI