The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on May 24, 1963 · Page 14
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The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan · Page 14

Holland, Michigan
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Friday, May 24, 1963
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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1963 THE,HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL Christian High School Holds Honors Assembly Awards and recognition were given to many Holland Christian High School students at the hon ors assembly held this morning in the Trinity Reformed Church. The assembly annually is held in conjunction with "senior day." Following the assembly, the yearbooks are distributed and the seniors are dismissed from classes to attend the class picnic at the Prospect Point resort in Spring Lake. For the first time in history, the assembly was moved out of the gymnasium which no longer can accommodate the entire student body at one time. Following the devotions which were led by senior class officers, Ron Lubbers and Myra Heerspink, Principal Raymond Holwerda presented student council pins to officers, Mark Wagenveld, president; Dave Tuls, vice president; Nancy Hoek, secretary and Carol Teusink, treasurer. He also announced that Jon Mulder, Ben Nykamp, Jim Otte and Dave For would be the Holland Christian High representatives to the Wolverine Boys State. He also presented National Merit Scholarship letter of recommendation to D a l e Peerbolte and Michigan Mathematics Prize competition awards to John Jonker and Paul Mellema. Miss Anne Selles, librarian, presented three year service keys to student assistants' Carol Dekker, Lois Van Harn, Judy Hemert, Donna Walters and Alma Witteveen. Two year certificates were given to Carol Jipping, Donna Kemme, Dorothy Meurer, Ruth Meyer and Darlene Van Dyke. Receiving first year certificates were Janet Boersma, Barbara Bos, Jean Brouwer. Marilyn De Kam, Jeanne Hamberg, Pat Kalkman, Nancy Kouw, Jean Meyer, Jean Meiste, Carol Raak, Jayne Smits, Eileen Stegink and Gayle Tolsma. Miss Selles also announced 196 Girls State representatives a Donna Kemrne and Jean Ry,pm with Jane Otten l "and Merry Dyke ma as alternates. Elmer Ribbens, faculty repre sentative to the Christian Hig School scholastic meet, presenter certificates to the 38 representa lives from Holland Christian. Merle Kallemyn, bookkeepin instructor, presented the Ameri can Society of Women Accoun tants bookkeeping award for pro ficiency in this field to L i n d Kamer. The award is made pos sible by the local chapter. The Bausch and Lomb science award was ( presented toy John De Vries of the science faculty to Loi Achterhof. He also presented John Jonker with Rennselaar Polytech nic mathematics award. Mrs. Bastian Kruithof of the English department made the es Mrs. George Kleis, sponsor, to Dave Tuls, editor and Jack Faber, business manager. Tuls then unveiled the 1963 publication, "Footprints," and announced that the book this year was dedicated to Arthur Wyma of the biology faculty. Seniors received their copy following the program while underclassmen were due to receive them later in the day. say award presentations. In the city-wide contest sponsored by th Committee for the Promotion o Decent Literature, she announcec that Sally Gras won first place Ben Nykamp, second and Jerry Vander Zwaag, third. She also presented Literary Review Prizes to Myra Heerspink, first and Pau Mellema, second in poetry; Mellema, first-and Glen Hop, second in essays and sketches; Heerspink first and Mellerna second in short stories. Debate awards were presentee by Samuel Greydanus, Jr. Holland Christian debate coach. Receiving certificate of merit for debating awarded by a Detroit newspaper were William De Mots, Edwin Bos, William Dahm, Lee Koning, Jay Timmer Larry Ten Harmsel, Dave Por and Paul Van Wyke. Dahm also received a second year pin for debating. Receiving first year forensics pins from the Michigan Forensic Association were Mary Bush, Kay Compaan, Bill De Mots, Diane Dubois, Jack Faber, ' Bob Pott, Jackie Van Hemert and Paul Van Wyke. Second year pins were awarded to Cheryl De Haan and Eunice Keuning. Arlin Meyer, forensic director made the presentation. Marvin Baas, choir director, presented three year choir pins to Mary Damstra, Ruth Stegink, Mary Heetderks, Janice Slenk, Janice Vanden Bosch, Kathy Dykema, Ed Ver Schure, Phyllis Schrotenboer, Lois Slenk, Janet Balder and Rosemary Costing. Henry Vander Linde, director of instrumental music, presented the annual Arion music award to Paul Mellema and the John Phillip Sousa award to Myra Heerspink. Both awards are made possible by the Holland Christian Band Parents organization. Receiving three year band pins from Vander Linde' were Bette De Boer, Bill De Mots, Henry Bierling, Aria Blauwkamp, Sandra Elenbaas, Jack Faber,. Roger G-revengoed, Myra Heerspink, Wesley Hulst, Karen Kievit, Howard Kojk, Paul Mellema, John Mokma, Fred Schreur, Jo Ann Telgenhof, Mary Tinholt, David Tuls, Paul Van Wyke and Mark Wagenveld. Vander Linde also presented to the school the first division district trophy. Drum major David Tuls received the trophy for the school. "Footprints" editor and business manager pins were presented by Plan Greenhouse On Hope Campus After having li% r ed with inadequate greenhouse facilities for several years, Hope College is making plans to build a greenhouse on the campus. The .announcement was made today by Dr. Philip Crook, chairman of the Biology Department. The proposed greenhouse will be constructed as soon as funds become available and is estimated to cost $10,000. The structure will be built immediately south of the present Science Hall and will be 42 feet long and 14 feet wide. The potting shed will temporarily be used as an animal room but will eventually used as a plant science laboratory. The new greenhouse will serve wo functions. It will be used to house unusual and rare demonstra- ion plants for use in botany classes and also used to raise lants for laboratory experiment-- uch as geraniums, corn seedlings and' castor plants. In addition, various research projects will take' place in the greenhouse. Dr. Eva Van Schaack of the biology department has slans to do research on fungus in- ections in plants. Dr. Crook explained that the facility is urgently needed and that various philanthropic foundations are being approached for financial support of this project. Architects for the building are Ralph Calder and Associates of Detroit. ·PAGE THREE Local Calendar of Events TONIGHT 7:30 - Story Hour at Herrick Public Library. 7:30--Resthaven Guild in Christ Memorial Reformed Church. 8:00 -- Erutha Rebekah Lodge business and social meeting. 8:15--"Glass Menagerie" in West Ottawa High School cafetoriqm. TOMORROW 10:00 -- Story Hour at Herrick Public Library. 3:00 -- Port Haven PTA school picnic at Connell School until 7 .p.m. 3:00 -- Mr. and Mrs. Golf Outing at American Legion Memorial Park Club followed by dinner- dance in clubhouse. 8:15 -- "Glass Menageria" at West Ottawa High School cafe- forium. 9:00 -- Dance at Elks Lodge. 9:00 - Dance at VFW Post Home. "9:00 -- Dance at Moose Hall. 9:30 -- Dance at Eagles Hall. Grace Church Women Hold 'Quiet Day' Women of Grace Church held a "Quiet Day" Thursday at Bonnell Conference Center, Lakeshore Dr., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Deaconess Olive M. Robinson from Parishfield, Brighton, Mich., conducted the meditations for the day. Her subject was "Prayer." Arrangements for the program and luncheon were made by Mrs. Harold Moor and Mrs. William Lawson. Attending were Mrs. Ed Gamby, Mrs. Kenneth Haynes. Mrs. Parent-Teacher Club Elects 1963-64 Officers The final meeting of the Harrington P.T. Club was held Tuesday night in the school gym. Mrs. G. 1 S. Mac Kenzie called the meeting to order. Election of officers was held. Arnold Appledorn was elected president: Mrs. Neal Van Bruggen, vice president: Mrs. James Hardy, teacher-vice president; Mrs. Morris Walters, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Shringholt. .treasurer. A motion was passed to use the balance of this year's treasury to buy equipment for each school room as each teacher sees fit. . Following the business meetin a musical program was presented by the students. Al Kruiswyk, band teacher, led Mary Jane Cossen. Michael Harrington and Kenneth Bos in a cornet trio. A clar- net duet was presented by Beverly Lee and Diana Russell. Mrs. Marcelyn Weersing, music teacher, directed vocal number, given by grades on through seven. The theme was "Join Hands With the World in Song." Grave five had as a grand finale a choral reading "Pirate Don Dirk." John Hoogstra accompanied Mrs. Weersing on the piano. Mrs. C. Weener made the presentation of 4-H awards. The basketball and track wards were made by John Ter Vree. Haverdinks Observe Anniversary Russell Welch Lewie Kadwell, Mrs. William Woodall, Mrs. Agnes Callan, Mrs. A..R. Van Raalte, Mrs. William C. Warner, Mrs. Peter Botsis, Mrs. Arthur Visser, Mrs. Donald Kingsley, Mrs. Willard Hopkins, Mrs. James Banrborough, Mrs. Henry Godshalk, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Lawson. A special guest was Mrs. William Hillegonds. Hospital Notes Admitted to Holland Hospital Thursday were Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, 14226 Carol St., Ann Roberts, 71 Manley Ave.; David Mitchell, 6550 Richmond Rd,, East Saugatuck; Edward Krumm, 1347 Heather Dr.; Harold Dykema, 2585 Barry St.; Charles Rozema, 173 East Sixth St.; Mrs. Peter Jacobusse, 8 North 168th Ave.; Kara Minnema, 85 West 34th St.; Lee Beld, route 1. Hudsonville: Carl Marcus, 721 Marylane Dr.; Keith Nyboer, 715 Ruth Ave. Discharged Thursday were Mrs. l.eo Birkholz, route 1, Fennville; Mrs. Carl Groters and baby, 24 West 25th St.; Mrs. Minnie Gumser, Resthaven: Mrs. Phillip Hey- )oer, 133 East 15th St.; Mrs. Wesley Kuyers, 1320 South Shore Dr.; Mrs. Harry Maatman, 708 160th Ave.; Mrs. William Mullett and baby, 16 East 17th St.: Mrs. \nna Richards, route 1, Fennville; Mrs. Gordon Schrotenboer, .00 West 27th St.; Mrs. Charles Starr, 141 Coolidge; Homer Strick- 'aden, route 1, Fennville; Mrs. John Van Zanten, 813 Central Ave.; Joseph Wilson, 127 Fairbanks Ave. Farewell Tea Honors Miss Marlene Knoll Mrs. Bernard Knoll entertained at a tea party/Wednesday afternoon at her home, 286 Home Ave., n honor of her niece, Miss Marene Knoll, who will leave Satur- ay for Kansas City, Mo., where he will be stationed as a steward- ss for Trans World Airlines. An arrangement of red and yel- ow tulips was featured at the able. The guest of honor was presented ith a gift from the group. The ostess was assisted by Mrs. Steven una. Guests were Mrs. Joe Roerink, Irs. Kenneth Hewitt, Mrs. Harry (clean, Mrs. Kuna. Mrs. Stanley teketee, Mrs. Joe Knoll, Mrs. Wilard Beelen, Mrs. John W. Kolean nd Miss Michele Kolean. Post Commander Warns Against Fund Solicitors Complaints of a person or persons asking for donations for the hospital equipment fund for the Holland Veterans of Foreign Wars from Holland residents was reported today by post commander George Lievense. Lievense warned persons not to give donations to the solicitors. He reported the solicitors were giving cards to the persons giving donations. Lievense said the Henry Walters Post 2144 doesn't solicit funds for hospital equipment and the equipment is available for all Ottawa County persons. The VFW is holding its annual Buddy Poppy sale today and Saturday in downtown Holland. Infant Suffocated By Plastic Bag HARTFORD (UPD -- An 18- month-old boy suffocated Thursday night when he pulled a plastic' bag over his head. The victim was Stephen Thomas Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Patterson. Lincoln School PTA Open House Set for R. Welch Russell \Velch, principal of Lincoln Elementary School, will be guest of honor at an open house iven by the PTA next Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mr. Welch has announced his re- irement at the close of the school vear. The PTA is inviting his many 'riends and fellow teachers to the open house which will be held in he school gym. Retiring and newly-elected officers of the PTA are in charge of arrangements for the event. Teachers at Lincoln School will act as hostesses for the evening. Mr. Welch joined the Holland Public School system in 1923 and was principal .at Lincoln School for the past 12 years. He also served in many other capacities in the school system. At a Mother's Tea held on May 21, Mr. Welch was presented with a gift which will be useful in his woodworking hobby. New PTA .officers include Mrs. Ernest i Wenzel, Mrs. Marvin Klomparens, Mrs. Howard Graves, Mrs. Allan Borr and Mrs. Chris Karafa. Retiring officers are Mrs. R. Simpson, Mrs. K. E. Kooiker and Mrs. Marvin Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haverdink of Hamilton will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, May 28. They will celebrate the event with an open house at- the Hamilton Reformed Church basement from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. for all their relatives, friends and neighbors. The couple will entertain at a Mr. and Mrs Ralph Haverdink family dinner for their children and grandchildren on Monday in Cumerford's Restaurant. The children are George, Andrew, Harvey, Mrs. Jasper (Janet i Rigterink, Mrs. Jarvis (Hazel) Zoel, all of the Hamilton area and Mrs. John (Harriet) Swieringa of Moline. 111. They have 20 grandchildren, including one g r e a t grandchild. VFW Post and Auxiliary Hold Joint Installation Town Talk «..«·..·..»..···»»·'·*···"·'·/ ·-·**·» Parents of Prospective Kindergarteners Meet About 250 parents of children who will enroll in kindergarten in September, met Thursday evening at Beechwood School. Mrs. Lois Klomparens gave a brief talk on the purposes of kindergarten. Mrs. Jane Breen spoke on the readiness program, as did Fred Lesky, chief diagnostician of Ottawa County, whose topic was "Is Your Child Ready?" Lloyd Van Raalte, West Ottawa School system superintendent, gave a resume of the transporta- ton policy in regard to kindergar- teners. The parents then picked up registration material. Exchange Club Tours James Campbell Plant Members of the Holland Exchange Club were guests on Monday of the James H. Campbell power plant on Lake Michigan near Port Sheldon. After lunch members of the staff of the plant took groups of six on a tour through the plant. A view of the surrounding territory was seen from the roof where guests were taken to follow the course of the immense amount of water the plant uses. The output of the plant is sufficient to supply the Grand Rapids area, but a second unit is to be erected within a few years. The visitors were told that the plant was located in this area because of the availability of water and the lareg acreage needed for the storage of coal and deposits of ash. The plant site has 1,300 acres. The James H. Campbell plant uses 100 tons of coal per day. Alex Christiaans. 139 West llth St., is leaving Sunday morning to meet his mother, Mrs. B. Christiaans from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, who is arriving aboard the Maasdam. It has been seven and one-half years since the Christiaans last saw each other. Mrs. Christiaans is planning to stay here for three months. The monthly prayer service will be held at the Spanish Christian Reformed Church on Sunday evening at 9 p.m. The public is invited. Red Cross Gray Ladies who entertained at the Michigan Veterans Facilities of Grand Rapids Wednesday with a song fest were the Mesdames J. Geerds, L. Meyers, P. Schiering and G. Frego The American Cancer Society Board meeting will be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the Peoples State Bank Lounge. May 28 is the deadline for reservations for the annual luncheon of the Holland Hospital Auxiliary scheduled Tuesday, June 4, at 1 p m. in Hope Church. Reservations may be made with any guild chairman, at the hospital cashier's desk: the ticket chairman, Mrs. George Frego, or her assistants, Elizabeth Brummel and Mrs. Andrew Smeenge. Mrs. Rose St. John and Mrs. Marion Nies plan to leave Saturday on a 10-day golf outing in Mexico. They plan to stop at Guadalajara, Mexico City, Acapulco and other places of interest. Holland Hospital births include a son, born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nykamp, 532 Central Mr. and Mrs. Don Vos, 359 North Colonial St, Zeeland. Zeelancl Community H o s p i t a l births include a son, born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huizenga, 1286 Bauer Rd., Jenison; a son. Scott Preston, born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Garril Pon- slein, route 2, Zeeland. Parent-Teachers Club Elects 1963-64 Officers The Pine Creek and Ventura Parent - Teachers Club held their last meeting of the school year on Tuesday evening at Pine Creek school. About 80 parents were present. Mrs. Ed Riemersma was in charge of the devotions. The following were elected officers for the 1963-64 school year: Vice president, Mrs. Jerome Fleming: second vice president, Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Riemersma; secretary, Mrs. Shirley Steketee. Maynard Van Lenle, vice president for the 1962-63 school year, automatically becomes president. Carl Schaflenaar, Maynard Van Lente and Bernie Vande Vusse were the speakers for the discussion explaining the coming bond issue which the West Ottawa district will be voting on in June. A question .and answer period followed. Lunch committee consisted of the Mesdames Don Berkompas, Arthur Kunkel, Don Bocks and Ron Hamlin. Road Death Toll at 55-4 EAST LANSING (UPD--Michi- gan's highway death toll for the year stood at 554 as of midnight Thursday, compared to 469 for the same period in 1962, State Ave.; a son, born this morning to Police reported today. The home of the Henry Walter Post 2144. Veterans of Foreig Wars, was the scene of a joint in stallation of officers of both th Post and its Ladies Auxiliar Thursday evening. Installed as Commander of th Post was Russell B. Koeinan Other officers installed include 1 Harold H. Bremer. senior vie commander; Rqbert Beckman, Ji vice commander: Join* Male-bin sky, quartermaster; George Van der Wai, chaplain: Fred Va: Voorst. Post Surgeon: Ronali Crumb, three-year trustee: Georg Lievense, Judge Advocate: am Donald Schaafsma. adjutant. Other appointed officers of the post who were installed were Le Cnossen, guard: Ben Cuperus, scr vice officer: Robert G rebel, com munity service officer: Leroy Sy besma, national home representa live: officer of the day, Watsoi Lundie: and national color bearer Bernard Wiersma. Ernest Stratychuk, Senior Vic 'ommander of the Department o Michigan, VFW, was the installing officer for the post. Commandei Stratychuk will be installed as De partment Commandei 1 of the State at the VFW Concention in Kalama /oo June 24. He was presented will a pair of wooden shoes by Mr Koeinan after the installation The Auxiliary installing officer was Mrs. Peter Borchers. Mrs 3orchers, a Charter member 01 the local auxiliary, is a past pres ident of District 8 of the VFW Auxiliary as well as having servec five terms as president of the Holland Auxiliary in her 28 years of membership. Elected Auxiliary officers installed were Mrs M. DeKraker. president: Mrs. Ted Berkey, senior vice president: Mrs. John Matchinsky. junior vice president; Mrs. Ben Roos, treasurer; Mrs. Melvin Victor, conductress; Mrs. Nell Klomparens. guard: three year Trustee, Mrs. Harris Westerhof; and historian. Mrs-. William Zietlow. Also installed were the appointed officers, including secretary, Mrs. Ben Cuperus; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Phyllis Tucker: and color bearers, Mrs. William Ten Brink, Mrs. Donald Lamb and Mrs. Zietlow. To be installed at a later date will be Mrs. Borcher as chaplain and Mrs. Martin Kole, color bearer A memorial service was conducted by the Auxiliary chaplain, Mrs. Victor while the president, Mrs. Matchinsky, placed white flowers on an open Bible in memory of each of the 14 deceased members. Ben Cuperus of the local post observed a memorial service for the deceased post members, placing a wreath in their memory. Mrs. Ben Roos, charter member of the Auxiliary, who is a past president of the Auxiliary and served as treasurer of District 8 for five years, was presented with a gift from the Auxiliary in appreciation for her many years of faithful service. Mrs. Roos has held all but two offices in the Auxiliary in her 28 years of membership. The gift was presented by Mrs. Paul Dalman in behalf of the entire Auxiliary. The colors were posted for the evening by a color guard from the newly formed Kadet Korps. This Korps of boys from ages 10 to 16 is being sponsored by Henry Walters Post and made its first public appearance in the Saturday parade of Tulip Time. Lunch was served by Mrs. Berkey and her committee. Ted Engaged Miss Marlene Joy Doktcr Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Dokter of 85 East 34th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene Joy. to Thomas John Van Huis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Huis of 24 West 00th St. Theatre Group Presents Play At OES Meet Mrs. Robert Turscliman. worthy matron presided at an open meeting of the Star of Bethlehem Chapter. No. 40. O.E.S.. Thursday night in the chapter rooms, at. which time all past matrons and matrons were honored. She welcomed all members and guests and presented a grand representative, Mrs. Robert Anys. Mr. and Mrs Clare Walker as committee chairmen introduced hose people taking part in a one- act play. "Gray Bread." The play s based on an old Scottish proverb, "'Eat gray bread while you are young." This is from the Community Theatre group. Those taking part were Joanna 3reenwood, Margo and Spring Jussies and Janet Walker. Joanna jreenwoocl played and sang a 'oik song which was interpreted in dance by Janet Walker. The past matrons and patrons vere escorted to the east and in- roduced and each was presented with a gift. Mrs. Eldon Moody and her committee served refreshments at ables decorated with green, and white flowers and large star em- )lems. Hostess for the evening was Wrs. Lawrence Williams and Mrs. Bert Schuilema was in charge of he guest book. Guests were present from Allegan. Vest Ottawa Faculty Wives Elect ^Officers The Wast Ottawa Faculty Wives met Thursday night in the school ymnasium for an evening of vol- eyball, badminton, table tennis nd bridge. A business meeting followed in le home economics room. Mrs. Henry Reese was elected prcsi- enl; Mrs. Nonma Boevc, vice- resident; Mrs. Bruce Pearson, ecretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Robrt Evans, social chairman. Mrs. Gus Feenstra. retiring resident, was presented with a ift. "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams Friday Saturday, May 24-25 8:15 P.M. West Ottawa Cafetorium Students Adults -- 60c HAVE VOUR FUN.. .AND SAVE IT. TOO! SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF KODAK CAMERAS KODAK dufcmatc 8 MOVIE CAMERA Electric-eye movie-maker at this low, low price! Never before a fully automatic Kodak movit camera at men modest cost. Built-in electric eye sets the lens for you -- gives you crisp, clear, color-bright movies automatically/ Has sgper- fait-f/1.6 lent, enclosed finder, built-in filter that lets you shoot indoors and out on tht some roll of film. A reolly great movie value--see it hert soon I '4950 PHOTO AND GIFT SHOP Du Saar Candid Wtdding Photography 10 E. ltd St. HOLLAND HOPE COLLEGE Presents An OUTSTANDING SUMMER STUDY PROGRAM For Your Educational Advancement A stimulating program of college courses has been planned for you this summer. Over 30 courses will be offered in a variety of fields. You moy study for college credit or for personal interest only. THESE COURSES ARE INCLUDED Life Painting Art Education General Biology History and Philosophy of Education Educational Sociology Elementary Public School Methods Teaching of English Introduction to Literature The Short Story Survey of American Literature Survey of English Literature Readings in Liberal Education Elementary French Intermediate French Elementary German Registration for the summer sessions (6 or 8 week program) will be held June 24. A summer school bulletin describing all courses, fees, registration procedures is available on request. IN THE SUMMER PROGRAM: Intermediate German History of the United Statei Soviet Russia College Algebra and Plane Trigonometry Analytic Geometry and Calculus I Introductory Statistics Survey of Musical Literature General Physics Reflective and Critical Th'mking Introduction to Psychology New Testament Philosophy of the Christian Religion Intermediate Spanish Public Speaking Persuasion Address all inquiries for literature or for special program offerings to: DR. E. E. BRAND, DIRECTOR-SUMMER SESSIONS Phone: EX 6-4611 HOPE COLLEGE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN NEWSPAPER!

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