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 - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1964 Select County Winners...
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1964 Select County Winners At 4-H Achievement Holland Civic Center was tb scene of the annual Ottawa County 4-H Achievement Day event Tuesday evening when winners were named to the county honor roll. Highlight of the program was a style revue following tin theme "Fantasy Land" with Mrs. Grace Vander Kolk, Bonn Economics Extension agent, as narrator. The revue was inter spersed with Share - the - Fun Acts by Debbie Orlik and Mary Kay Scholten, both of Jenison This year a total of 1,400 girls was enrolled in the clothinj project and chosen to represen Ottawa County at the State 4-H Style show in August were Marcia Klunder, Jackie Van Hemert, Isla Top, Nancy Kar sten, Jane Kamps, Susan Mil ler, Patricia Hasch and Sandy Schreur. The following were named to receive county medals from Simplicity Pattern Co.: Mavis Huyser, Susan Bazaan, Carla Stegenga, M a r c i a Scholten Mary Van Dorp, Jan Jenison, Mary Hovingh, Sue Forslund P h y l l i s Raskiewicz, Michel Justema, Barbara Hoeksema, Kristi De Graas, Karen Koeman, Koeman, Jean Yamaoka, Diane Kiekover, Jean Nyholt, Mary Van Haitsma, Jane Kaat, Sandy Dys, Joy Dyke, Carol Boetse- ma, Judy Harkema, Millie K n o l l , Rosemary Geerlings, Marcia Riemersma, Pat Rodgers, Rodgers, Laura Willemstyn ana Marcia Wiegerink. Others in the style revue selected for honors are Maria Brown, Karen Werly, Mary Ellen Van Kampen, Laurie Harris, Debra Kraai, Linda Ganger, Rosemary Tibbe, Cindy Vincent, Kathy Groenhof, Linda Scholten, Bette Jo Rouwhorst, Nancy Koeling, Darla Ponstein, Judy Weckwert, Nancy De Haan, Mary Ann Westenbroek, Karen Baas, Nancy Altena, Carolyn Schippers and Judy Gebben. Also Jean Mannes, Sheryl Elzinga, Laura Chayne, Bonnie Schuitman, Carolyn Schuitman A r l y n n Tirnmer, Rosemary Hall, Beth Rynbrandt, Janice Schreur, Marilyn Ver Hage, Gwen Spoolstra, Esther Miller, Wanda Shephard, Lpna Grossenbacher, Grossenbacher, Elaine Sichterman, Diane Beuschel, Susan Parcheta, Parcheta, Lynn Belmers and Collene Collene Lubbinge. Winners in boys' handicraft for first year are Grayling Vander Velde, Thomas Henning, Henning, Rodney Smedley, Ross Van Antwerp, Marvin Ferwerda, Ferwerda, Jerry Prelewitz, Doug Hoogewind, Bruce Cummins. Randal Brinks, James Timmer, William Timmer, Jim Round, Jerry Goff, Dennis Boyden and Ron Boeve. Second year winners are Gary Smedley, Gary Hessler, John Zokoe, James Englesman, William William Mars, Ronald Slagh, Carl Wolters, Larry LePoire and Allen Naber; third year, Bruce Van Antwerp, Perry Sietsma, Gary Englesman, Henry Wyngarden Wyngarden and Dick Nyenhuis; fourth year, Richard Wagner and Alvin Hewitt; fifth year, James Van Bronkhorst and Dave Oostindie and eighth year, Jerry Van Kampen. The following boys' articles will be exhibited at fairs this summer: Rodney Smedley, William William Timmer and Randall Brinks, first year; Gary Hessler, Hessler, Ron Slagh, Gary Smedley, second; H e n r y Wyngarden, Bruce Van Antwerp, Gary Englesman, third; Alvic Hewitt, Hewitt, fourth; James Van Bronkhorst Bronkhorst and Jerry Van Kampen, advanced. Girls selected as county honor winners in clothing construction and whose articles will be exhibited exhibited in fairs are Carla Stegenga, Rita Simons, first year; Betty Schreur, Carol Boetsema, second; Colleen Lubbinge, Lubbinge, Cindy Vincent, third; Beverly Veldman, Judy Weckwerth, Weckwerth, fourth; Rosemary Hall, Judy Gebben, Sharon Hoeksema and Isla Topp, advanced. Marjorie De Wall, Nancy Bosch and Nancy Oosterink will exhibit knitting at fairs. Honors Honors for personal improvement go to Paula Shoemaker. Boys who were selected county county winners for electrical projects projects include John Holmes, Ken Berry, first year; John Hunderman, Hunderman, Dale Hecksel, second; John Koning, third. Coopersville Hot Shots and Drenthe Sparky Plugs Electric Clubs were given awards of $10 and $7.50, respectively. respectively. Berry, Hunderman and Hecksel were selected to be represented at the fairs in the summer program. Winners in leathercraft are Jack Rozeboom and Patricia Mars and in photography Linda Boyden. The following members of the Rocks and Minerals Club were chosen to exhibit at fairs this summer; James McNitt, Linda Doane, Alan Gillespie, Dwight Sheridan, Keith De Glopper, Stanley Gillespie, Mary Halpin, Dianna Wilson, Donald Doane and Fred Rosel. Eight from the School Conservation Conservation projects were selected selected to exhibit at the county They are Roger Antonides, Al Dood, Peter Van Strien, Randal Randal Roskamp, Charles / Jones, Gloria Riemersma, Susan Werley, Werley, Mary Seymor, Judy Belinsky, Belinsky, Deloris Vander Wai, Linda Harvey, Drindi Gier and Nora Van Huis. Four were chosen from the school conservation exhibits to receive award trips to the Upper Peninsula in June. They are Pam Hansen, Linda Bethke, Mike Lamers and Ken Bos. Al Dood and Joy Kaat were named "alternates. Ribbons and cheeks were presented presented to members from Ottawa County who had exhibits at Amsterdam, the Netherlands, during November in connection with the United States Food fair. They are Karen Preston, VTelva Sheridan, Patsy Creager, Judy McNitt and Mary Whitcomb, Whitcomb, for canning; Bruce Karsten, Karsten, Keith Veldheer, Jim "Lamar, "Lamar, James Engelsman, Larry Zuidema, Owen Sneden and at Tom Rozema for Audrey Glerum, handicraft; Judy Van Strien and Gwen Spoolstra for sewing; Nancy Bosch, Marlene Jenison and Nancy Karsten for mitting; Sharon Van Kampen ·or third year canning and the Zeeland 4-H Club for Outdoor Chefs with Mrs. Gordon Top as leader. Clothing style winners were announced by Mrs. Lucille Van foord of Hudsonville, and Mrs. R. McNitt of Coopersville; clothing construction by Mrs. Alvin Kapenga of Holland; knit- ing by Mrs. Henry Elzinga of lolland; electric by Barney Zuidema of Holland; handicraft )y John Koning of Coopersville and conservation by Mrs. La Deane Sichterman, secretary of he 4-H Council. Remarks and awards were made by Willis S. Joss, County 4-H Agent. Assist- ng on the ramp were John folsma and Harvey Brouwer, -H council members. a "Honor the treasurer iuspended Attorney Gets Five-Day Term FLINT (UPI)-A five-day jail entence was handed down uesday to suspended Flint at- orney A. Matthew Buder. Buder, 41, was ordered to jail y Probate Court for failure to eep a Monday date in court. Juder was also fined $100. Of in and

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