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August 18, 1953

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TUBDAY, AUGUST 18, 1*5J Area Resorters Continue Varied Summer Activity Although autumn is often "in the air" these days and coolea evenings, summer activities a local resorts continue at "the lei surely vacation pace. Concerts, dramatic presenta tions, tournaments, sailing and other water activities continue to be popular. Water temperatures remain surprisingly warm despit the cool lake breezes. Most resort owners are antici pating full houses for the late summer days, to be climaxed with many outstanding activities during the Labor Day week-end Many vacationers who spent pleasant days here early in the season are returning for "seconds" before the resort season ends in Western Michigan. Maple Shade Resort Fishing off from the dock proving to be a very popular sport, especially with the children this week at Maple Shade. Other sports include tether ball anc shuffle board, with the brave ones doing some swimming. Arriving for a second visit this year are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Preston, Louise, Ruth, Janice anc Gregg, from Grand Rapids: Other guests include Mr. and Mrs. John Heerspink and Mr. and Mi's. John Bakker, Christie and Randy, anc Mrs. Bakker's mother, Mrs 1 . Christine Appledorn, all of Holland. The Rev. and Mrs. John Van- derPloeg, Nancy, Betty, Donna, Jean and John Jr., of Kalamazoo; Mr. and Mrs. Willburt Poat, Myra and Jeff, from Evergreen Park, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Easton Weaver, Linda, Mary Ann and Billy, from Weteter Grove, Mo., also are vacationing at Maple Shade. Castle Park Children disguised as clowns, bears, gladioli girls7 birds, Indians and other varieties danced at the Masquerade Party on the Dance Dune Saturday night. More and better costumes than ever beiore made it difficult for the Judges to decide the prize winners. The Steketee children as junkmen and the Richard Muzzy children as an organ grinder and his monkeys tied for the funniest costumes; Laurie and Phil McLean were judged the most unusual for their water ski scene; .Jack and Nancy Thier, as a windmill and Dutch Girl, the prettiest, and Carter and Mary Curtis Ratcliff, as Castle Park Birds, the best all- tround costumes. After the Grand March, Mr. Vpech, Castle Park mayor, invit- ' f-ntpstants _to the Barn- swallow for a treat. The Festival of Arts, by the Castle Park colony and Summer School of Painting at Saugatuck, opened Sunday with a reception introducing artists fromthe Oxbow colony. The reception was held in the Castle dining room. Paintings, lithographs, etchings and crafts are being exhibited daily from 10 a.m. to 10 pjn. Programs to be included in the Arts Festival will include film showings Wednesday at 9 p.m., featuring "City Concerto," mood film on Chicago, and "Nanook of the North," a documentary film. On Thursday evening, the "Little Ravinia" concert on the Dance Dune at 8 p.m. will feature Ambrose Holford, Castle Park tenor, accompanied by Mrs. Dan Lutz from the Saugatuck School, of Painting. \ On Friday,- the Castle Park Players will present "Harvey" in the Amphitheatre at 9 p.m. Directed by Ambrose Holford, the cast includes Jean Costen Carr as Myrtle Mae Simmons, Mrs. Bremner as Veta Louise Simmons, Mrs. Grinnel Burke as Ruth Kelly the nurse. Gene Patton as Duane Wilson, Charles MacLean as William Chumley, Mary Margaret McChn- tock as Miss Johnson and Mr. Goebel as Elwood P. Dowd. Other cast members have not been named. Gene Patton is designing scenery v and lighting. New guests at, the Castle include the A. W. Heckerman family of Cincinnati; Mrs. Fred Fisher and Georgiana of Evanston, 111.; the Gus Buder family of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Michel and daughter of Grosse Pointe; the Louis Chreist family of South Bend; the Burford Danner family and the Gale Schulenibenger fam- !y of Indianapolis; Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Arnold and family of Deleware, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stearns and family from Irosse Pointe Farms. The Mooring Several new guests are vacationing with the Robert Homers at heir resort, The Mooring, on Lake "Vlacatawa. Mr. and Mrs. William Havens and children, Joan and Randal, lave arrived from Lansing. Mr. Havens, with the state banking department, is working with the ocal banks while his family vacations. Prof. Lincoln Wolfenstein, f the- Carnegie Institute of Tech- lology staff at Pittsburgh, and his daughter, Frances; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stener of St. Louis and Mr. md Mrs. E. R. Wells of Cincinnati are other new guests. Mrs. Wells ANNUAL FALL FASHION SHOW Wednesday, Aug. 19th - 2 p.m. ot the MACATAWA BAY YACHT CLUB Tickets $1 inci. tax available at the door. i* an employ* of the Cincinnati Post. / Dr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Beigler of Chicago, who have been here more than a week, have entertained several overnight guests including Dr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenthal of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Perlman and son Ricky of Detroit. Mrs. Perlman and Mrs. Beigler are sisters/ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huck of Wilmette, 111., sailing enthusiasts, raced Jack van der Velde's Lawley 110 in the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club races on Sunday afternoon. They discovered many complications in racing a 110 other than their own. They've been sailing Bill Jesiek's 110 during the week. Hotel Macatawa Perfect w e a t h e r , congenial guests and well-planned activities all combined to make last week at Hotel Macatawa another banner week. Last Monday new guests joined with the others and entered into the shuffleboard tournament with Helen Hagen and Gene Smail winning first prize, and Jerry Porter and Ernie Garland second, eliminating runners-up Kitty and Ed Dempski. That evening Red Working's orchestra provided music for the square dance. In Tuesday's ping pong tournament, Ed Dempski eliminated H. F. Schmid and Wayne Markham. Addie Wenger was second place winner. A return shuffleboard match on Thursday gave Bill Koster and Frank Forst first prize, H. F. Schmid and S. J. Christie second and Ernie Garland and young Billie Koster third prize. Another of the popular activities is horse racing and this time guests Gil Reeves and young George Hess served as jockeys. After a threatening "five o'clock shadow" on Friday the weather took a delightful turn making it a perfect night for the moonlight cruise. Saturday night a gay crowd enjoyed dancing, refreshments and prizes at the hotel. · Sunday . night: artists Jeanne Southern, Genevieve Aleksunas and John Urban provided music for the guests. All three are members of the hotel staff. Jeanne, who sings at the Holland Band · Concerts and is appearing with the band in Jackson next Sunday evening, not only looked lovely as usual but pleased her audience with sacred songs, arias and light opera. Genevieve, well-known in these parts for the past four years, and looking equally at home in the front office as when sitting at her grand piano, has received her master's degree from the, American Conservatory of Music in Chicago and has many fine engagements in the offing, including an appearance with the Atlanta, Georgia, Symphony Orchestra. John Urban, the host and manager, with a splendid tenor voice, did as well with the commentary as with the three songs he offered. THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, IYENING SENTINEL Engaged THREI Miss Donna Carolyn Vander Kolk Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Vander Kolk, route 6, announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Carolyn, to Gerard Timmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Timmer of route 3, Zeeland. Many Attend Reunion At Pine Creek School A large crowd attended the 14th annual Pine Creek School reunion last Saturday at the school grounds The program featured group singing led by Gil Van Wynen, a budget read by Mrs. J .Rusticus, humorous readings by Mrs. Henry Van Dam of Vriesland, reminiscing by the audience and several selections by the Starliters, Miss Bonnie Van Dam, Ernie de Jong and Jay Bruischat. In the election of officers, Mart Plockmeyer was named president; Sidney Gunn, vice president; Clifford Hopkins, treasurer; Mrs. J. Rusticus, secretary, and Mrs. A. Pommerening, retained as corresponding secretary. Members of the Mothers Club of Pine Creek School charge of the canteen. were in Art Exhibit to Open SAUGATUCK (Special) -- An art exhibit by local artists and students of the Saugatuck-Douglas area will open at the Saugatuck Art Gallery at the Village Hall Wednesday and will remain open until Labor Day. Sunday, Aug. 23, from 2 to 5 p.m., a reception and tea will be held at the gallery. The public is invited. Mrs. May Heath is ip charge of both the exhibit and reception. Theodore Epp to Appear At Immanuel Church Theodore Epp, head of the "Back to the Bible" broadcast, of Lincoln, Neb., will appear at Immanuel Church, corner of 22nd St. and Pine Ave., on Wednesday at 8 p.m. The Benjamin sisters, gospel singers, also will appear on the program, to be given in tihe church auditum. Mr. Epp has become nationally known since his small beginning developed into one of the most extensive religious programs in the country. At present his program is heard over 300 radio stations weekly. The program has 276 full time workers and supports 200 missionaries. He also has a large printing establishment, publishing Christian literature. Couple Married At Central Park Miss Phyllis Jane Helmink and Roger Wiersma, U. S. Navy, spoke their marriage vows Friday even ing in the presence of 125 guests at Central Park Reformed Church White gladioli and lilies were' used to decorate the church for the double ring ceremony, read at 8 p.m. by the Rev. Jay Weener White gladioli marked the pews. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helmink of South Shore Dr. and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs Henry Wiersma of Gordon St. Holland. Attending the couple were Miss Gloria Hungerink as maid of honor and Glenn Wiersma, brother of the groom, as best man. Ed Nyland and Lee Helmink served as ushers. Miss Barbara Van Huis, soloist, sang "Because" and "The lord's Prayer." She was accompanied by Miss Shirley Nonhof, who played traditional" wedding marches. For her wedding, the bride chose a ballerina-length gown of nylon embroidered tulle over faille with a fingertip veil. She carried a lace fan with white rose buds. Her attendant wore a ballerina gown of white organdy over pink faille and a matching hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses, lavender gladioli tips and baby's- breath. At the reception in the church parlors, Mrs. Simon Scheerhorn presided at the coffee urn and Miss Janice Karsten and Miss Mariann Knooihuizen served the punch. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Ed Nyland and Mrs. Don R Gilcrest. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lugers and Sherry and Jean Ann of Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bender of Middleville; Mr. and Mrs. Luke Vredeveld, Mr. and Mrs. George Hein and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lugers of Grand Rapids; Miss Gertrude Vredeveld of Winter Haven ,Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sova, Long Island, N. Y., and Dr. and Mrs. Silas Wiersma. After the reception, the newlyweds left on a northern wedding trip. For 'going away, Mrs. Wiersma wore a white duster over a navy blue dotted swiss dress. She had an orchid corsage. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Holland High School. The bride has been employed at Knoll's Gift Shop and the groom is stationed with the Navy at Jacksonville, Fla, NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Hershel Bain 9 W. 9th August IT, 1953 Adv. Wdnjday,, famftlsttsL ASPHALT. RUBBER and LINOLEUM TILES PAINTS HARDWARE HOUSEWARES PRICES SLASHED Marriage Licenses Ottawa County Preston Earl Overway, 23, and Sharon Ann Jensen, 17, both of Holland; Gerrit Glen Zylstra, 21, and Bonnie Marie Luyk, 19, both of route 3, Hudsonville; Gerald Jones, 23, Muskegon, and Marie Bolthouse, 20, route 1, Spring Lake; Richard G. Brooks, 26, Rochester, Mioh., and Marylin Jacobson, 26, Grand Haven. 'oik Red Cross Gray Ladies wh. ·visited Veterans Administration Hospital at Battle Creek on Satur day were Mrs. Leona Kellogg Mrs. Robert Kouw, Mrs. Gordoi Emaus, Mrs. E. P. Smith and Mrs Neal Tiesenga. Mr. and Mrs. John Mikula route 4, are leaving today for New York City where they will sail on Aug. 21 for Southhampton, England, aboard the liner, United States. The two-month tour will take them to England, France Italy, Germany, Switzerland anc the Netherlands. Mr. and Mrs. George Swaney and son, Albert George, III, od Washington, D. C., spent the week-end with his brother anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Russe' Swaney and family, South Shore Drive. ' The Rev. and Mrs. Harold DeRoo and*sons, Mark and Todd, have arrived from their home in San Francisco, Calif., to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bielefeld, 199 West 16th St. Rev. DeRoo is pastor of the Miraloma Community Church, RCA, of San Francisco. They have been visiting his parents, . Mr. " and Mrs. Barney DeRoo, and son, Bernard, of Hawthorne, N. J., who accompanied them to Holland. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Underwood, of route 4, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Kozuch and children, Ann and Jon, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kozuch, Chicago residents have been vacationing at Saugatuck for the past week. He is a professor of music at De Paul and Northwestern Universities. Mrs. Kozuoh, niece of Mrs. Underwood, is organist and choir director at St. John's Episcopal Church. -" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Branderhorst, Lakewood Blvd., announce the birth of a son, Tomothy A., on Sunday, Aug. 16. The Newcomers luncheon scheduled for Aug. 19, will be held instead Aug. 26 at 1 p.m. at Castle Park. Mr. and Mrs. William Appledorn, Jr., and son, Steven, have moved back to Holland from Minneapolis, Minn., and are established in their new apartment at 266i West 20th St. Mr. Appledorn is working with the Masomte Corp. as a sales engineer. Mrs. Appledorn is the former Lois Timmer. Jane Elizabeth is the name of a daughter born Friday to Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Van Tamelen of Madison, Wis. Mrs. Van Tamelen is the former Mary Houtman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Houtman of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maentz of Woodbury, N.J., plan to return to their home Wednesday after a 10- day visit' here with Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Maentz, 134 West 12th St. Their son, Bob, left Friday after visiting here. On Monday evening, the Henry Maentzes entertained at a family dinner in honor of their house guests. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. H .O. Maentz of Allegan and Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Maentz of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Boston i and daughters, Mary and Marthena, have left for Chicago, where they will spend * couple days. Mrs. Barbara Lampen of Holland is representing the local district of Michigan Education Association at the annual leadership training conference which began Monday at the MEA camp on St. Mary's Lake near Battle Creek. Workshops and discussions with outstanding educators are features of the three-day event. R. A. DeWitt of 1043 West 32nd St., and his nephew, Robert DeWitt, left today by plane for Nac- adoches, Texas, where they are opening a new hatchery. Open house at the new plant is set for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ronald Gleason Feted On Seventh Birthday Ronald Gleason celebrated his seventh birthday anniversary Monday afternoon at a party given by his mother, Mrs. William Gleason, route 1. The party, held at Kollen Park, featured games and birthday refreshments. All the guests received favors. Assisting the hostess were Ronald's grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Lundgren, and Mrs. George Romeyn, Mrs. Richard Gee, Mrs. Gordon Chambers and Mrs. Vernon Avery. Guests included Estella and Juan Silva, Roy Junior Herron, Ronald De Witt, Clark and Patty Jesiek, Judy, Danny, Roy and Mickey Avery, Margaret and Marcia Chambers, Mark, Carol and Judy Gee, Georgia Romeyn and Marty Smith. Feels Sex Here to Stay TOKYO (UP) - The N i p p o n Times announced today that it will not publish excerpts from the new iinsey sex research report "for reasons of good taste." But it commented : "It is our feeling that both sex and the Nippon Times will exist or many years." CalswdcVi TODAY 6:30 -- Beechwood Church Friendship - Circle potluck supper at Kollen Park. In case of rain, meet at church. 8:00--' American Legion Band weekly concert, Kollen Park. TOMORROW 2:00--Fall Fashion Show al Macatawa Bay Yacht Club, open to public. 7:30--A film, "The Prodigal Son" at the City Mission. 8:00--Regular meeting of tha mothers of World War n veterans at the VFW halL 8:00--Women of the Moose meeting at the hall. Mrs. Thomas, Daughter To Leave for Philippines Mrs. John Thomas, accompanied by her nine-year-old daughter, Janice, will leave Holland Friday morning on the first part of a trip to join her husband, First Lt. John Thomas, in the Philippine Islands. Mrs. Thomas and Janice will board a ship at San Francisco, Calif., and will arrive in the Philippines the second week in September. They will live at Clark Air Force Base, where Lt. Thomas is stationed during his overseas tour of duty. He recently was awarded the second Oak Leaf Cluster to 3ie Air Medal for completing 10 missions while with the United Nations forces in Korea. While hi the Philippines, Janice will attend school at the air 3ase. Mrs. Thomas is the former Lois Dosterbaan, daughter of Dave Oosterbaan of 480 Pine Ave. Her address in the Philippines will be c/o Lt. Thomas, 581st Air Re- supply Squadron, APO 74, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. ATTENTION, YOUNG WOMEN! THE COMMERCIAL AIRLINES ARE CALLING ON US FOR MORE PERSONNEL THAN WE CAN SUPPLY! Airline expansion* are creatlnj. many new Jobs; also vacancies due to marriage*, promotion*, etc. must be filled. Find out how you can qualify for one of these desirable positions. 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