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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1961 New Members Honored At Literary Club Tea Forty new members were ad-1 non-conformist out of KM) of his ***""·· Si l J± t0 n C " 0 ""i..^n .:» k "' d Wh ° TM* 1TM fhe cl^e t TMIG THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL Local Calendar of Events PAGE THREE Candlelight Rites Unite Couple (Guild Welcomes 8 New Members 'nesdnv a »lrnJn 8 ,'\ m f Ct ' i!lflnd Up to a Hlller and P««ibl y ^-Holland Sport Club at Van tured a , /ririSST n" P fcl " flVert 8 W0rld lrasedy '" he said - R a a l l e Ave ' SchooL t u j f d an add! ess by Dr. Bergen I He spoke of the need of a new ?:w ~ Michigan Poultry Days "ThP R p e n n n c i h i i i t u t r Tip i :° ncc P l of Justice in America to- va ''iety show in Civic Center, open Jhe Responsibility of Intelh-1 day as well as the need of toler- to P"blic. ance, honesty and courage. HeL 7: . 30 - Ladies Athletic Club in nr Fvan« n r n Ulc1J P a '-a- Pointed to the tradition of cour- Junior High. f . . . · -- ! ' » . . . v v , « ^j nit I I al ?^=i=Sla?rSH=l:3=S£:: six new Branch of Recov everyone With in fam- honorary members of the club asl 0 1 ^'- l n c- t at , , . . . ,-, - afo, a follows: Mrs. C W Ni tragedy which left widows and o r - j Mrs. W. A. Van Syckle, Mrs. W.' I TOMORROW Winter Sr., Mrs. Ray Hoek, ' 9 : 3 0 - Erutha Rebekah hobo Mrs. Nicodemus Bosch and Miss breakfast at Mrs. Mary Roberts ;-T he ,. ,,,,,,,« ,, buman SS^u^.g??',"^' ,^» F 7 iMR r ry Club * Hole r^SC*^ Garden club America must be commended for of Evanston, ill. Literary Club "^.^f-^^We - t o . A tea following the regular meet- 1 = 30 - DAR Beting at Mrs. 3,000 to .9,000,- hng honored the new members who Martha Bobbins. *hn,,t «n Amenc f ls are Mr s- Allan Anderson, Mrs. L. 6:3( - Seventh grade d a n c e its intelligence potentia? 1 " com a r l ^'And , erson ' Mrs : Donald Bench, I class at Washington School. out the a »*. ·J t f Pf c e " t t h r o u 8j'- Butler. 'Harrie^E.' Cook, Mrt I Gra « Church in "sacristy" bhindeVcd afonJ^L' n world Dona!d Crawford. Mrs. James De 7:30 - Harrington Women's Ath- blundered alone-occasionally pro- Vnes, Mrs. A. A. Dykstra, Mrs letl 'c Club at school. a Washington and Russell Gooding, Mrs. G. W. Ha- 7:3 ° - Past Matrons Club of Evans said PC ° P ' ' Dr - worth . Mr S- W. C. Hillegonds, Mrs. Bethlehem Chapter 40. OES, at YeT how to hrinc, t h - · , ,,· R ' H Hobeck - Mrs - L - J - Hoh- Thoma s Longstreet, 645 Concord «J, * \ / g th ' S intell) - m a n n - M rs. John Husted Mrs Ave society i, thf r?i 'S 6 ,, S °° d ° f Jack K i r l i n ' Mrs - Ra y Knooihuizen! 7:30 - Tryouts for "Rumpelstilt day and Di- FvS, tf 11 ^? 'H Mrs ' Vernon Kraai - Mrs - Hans ski ""- Holland Community Theatre day and Di. Evans spoke heatedly Lauridsen, Mrs. Ben Poll in city hall, third floor ot tne need of 'moral euts" f«r| Mrs. Dora J. Russcher, Mrs 7:3 ° -Missionary Conference at Harry Smith, Mrs. E. Vander Ebe "ezer Reformed Church. Berg. Mrs. Chester Walz, Mrs. G. 7:3 ° West Ottawa Band and Or C. Wedel, Mrs. Henry Weyenber" che stra Parents in Beechwood Mrs. Paul Wolterink, Mrs Duke Sch °ol S, Of fh ,,, . . "-- for! tne world s scientists, the need for shaking the bomb loose from the hands of the politicians, and the threat that it is quite possible today that he world can be made uninhabitable. "We cannot afford to neglect brains since intelligence must be informed. Our educators have done a good job in teaching children to be alert and self-reliant, yet there is a tendency to ignore new ideas. Teamwork in education today does not produce leaders. The teacher must bear with the odd- balJs since it is probably the one Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Tadda The First Congregational church of Douglas was the scene of a Ken " elh Zuverinl , U8 , :0 ° ~ ° Ur Lad - v of Perpetual double ring wedding ceremonv Stndv rinh of **..,. n...i ° "^"""'s i-eieniony Mrs. Thomas 0. De Free, Mrs' Herbert Black, Mrs. L. F.' Robitaille, Mrs. Arthur Slager Mrs William LaBarge, Mrs. Nelis Bade, Mrs. William Evenhouse, Mrs. A. T. Severson, Mrs. Wallace De Zwaan, Mrs. Earl Van House Mrs. Dale Van Lente. Re-instated members are Miss Lena E. Brummel, Mrs. Donald Van Ark and Mrs. Agnes Callan. Help Study Club "at Mrs. Paul Fabiano. 8:00 -- VFW Auxiliary regular meeting in Post Home. 8:00 -- Beginning square dance classes at Van Raalte School gym. 8:15 -- Hope College Orchestra pubhc concert in Dimxienl Memorial Chapel. Oct. 14, when Miss Shirley Ann (Bulford photo) ». . , l ·- w J i W l V4 ^ i U J l V / University and now works for National Gas Pipeline Company of Mrs. Marie Saunders, president welcomed eight new members in to the Christ Memorial Reformed Church Guild for Christian Service at the regular meeting held Monday evening in the church. Each was presented with a red rose and a diploma. The group was taken on an imaginary train trip 'to visit the Domestic .Missions of the Reformed Church. The first stop was at the Elmendort Mission in East Harlem, N. Y. Mrs. Morris Buhrer told of the work being done there. Mrs. Norm Japinga t o l d of the work being done in Passaic, N. J., ministering to the Jews. Mrs. Robert Darrow was the guide in Kentucky, pointing out the work in Grayhawk. Sinking Valley and Jackson County. Mrs. Al Hanko took the group on a tour of the Southern Normal High School in Brewton, Ala. Mrs. John De Mez told of the work m Chiapas, Mexico. Mrs Fred Winter was the guide on the Indian reservations in Winnebago and Macy. Neb. Mrs Edwin Mulder told of the work amon* the immigrants in Winnepeg. Can! Mrs. Russ De Vette reported on mission work among the migrants here in Holland. Mrs. Kenneth Weller, who was in charge of the program, explained the need for church extension in all parts of the U. S.. and a "Thank You" offering was received for all missions. Mrs. Paul Schrotenboer was i Engaged Drama Group's Di rectors .Miss Joyce Ten Harms"! -Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Ten Harmsel, 11 West Me Kinley Ave.. Zeeland. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to David L. Kragt, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Harold G. Kragt of 220 Dartmouth. Holland in Chicago. ~ ,,, ,, uv-n »»j.ioo uiiii ic^y .MUll x**\ Drought, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Opt I HI IS tS P I Q H Tov/n Talk Births at Zeeland Community Hospital include a son, Scott Henry born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs Dwaine Moseler, Hudsonville; a daughter, Jayne Beth, Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boerman, 168'z West 13th St., Holland; a son, Kenneth Lee, born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, route 1, Marne; a son, Michael Jay, born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reese, 3416 Van Buren, Hudson- vile; and a daughter, Bonni Lu, born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ver Hage, 3512 Oak St., Hudsonville. Jerome D. Franklin, public service director of Grand Rapids, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club luncheon meeting Thursday at the Hotel Warm Friend. He will speak on Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Steketee attended the wedding on Saturday of Valerie Paula Fjetland and Charles J. Molnar in Clawson. Miss Fjetland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Keith Fjetland of Clawson, formerly of Holland, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Kievit of Holland. The Chippewa District of the Grand Valley Council of the Boy Scouts will hold a district meeting Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hotel Warm Friend. A film strip Hospital Notes Admitted to Holland Hospital Tuesday were Rosalind Feddick, 1565 Harding; Harvey Wolters, 267 Maerose; Larry Albers, route 3; Mrs. Gertrude Kramer, 65 Cherry- Margaret Slaghuir, 19'i West 22nd St.; Susan Jepma, route 1, West Olive: Forrest McClaskey, 145 East 35th St.; Diana Mullins 87 Aniline Ave.: John VandenBer" 298 East 13th St.; Walter Bald- ndge, 678 Butternut Dr.; Mrs. Ray Gouriey, route l, East Saugatuck- Victor Schelske. 75 East N i n t h ct - Humor Defined By Dr. Evans "The only trouble with humor is that often it is not funny," explained Dr. Bergan Evans, 'noted authority on the English language, Tuesday morning before the Hope College student body in Dimnent Memorial Chapel. In his address entitled "How to be Funny," Dr. Evans, who combined both learning and wit in pointing out the serious implications of his subject, siad that one ..,, _______ danger of humor is its inconsis- r Schelske. 75 East Ninth St · tenc i'- "What may be funny to ' George Drought, Douglas, became the bride of Thomas A. Tadda j son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. At the luncheon meeting of the charge of devotions while the business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Saunders. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Maynard Bakker Mrs. Harold Molenaar. Mrs. Wayne Jacobusse and Mrs. Harold Swanson. Tadda, !955 West Schiller St., Chi- Holland*'^' bptimisT Club Mon Tee Nolan Crick, 369 West 18th St.' someday may not be fun- Kevin Baldwin, 270 Lincoln Ave - ny to the same Person another Mrs. Ervin Hoeksema, 270 East da ^" St.; Shelley Oudemolen, 347 Called by some educators "the St. only successor to Noah Webster" Discharged Tuesday were Henry because of his contribution to the Beukema, 1204 Hillcrest St., Grand English language, Dr Evans , -- , ..n.^i^j,, o u viidjiu j-"su3ii icuigud^e, Lir. iLvans ex- Haven; Mrs. Johannes Suzenaar, plained that humor is also perish- 3a2 WildwoodDr.; Mrs. Louis Wild- able. "What is funny in one dec- schut, 149 Vander Veen Ave.; ade is usually not funny in an- Mrs. Martin k r piininrf acn ir^^i /\th/an " v,« -«;j IT_ . not funny in an- Keuning, 960 East other," he said. He gave an ex- |°' , ^ j d a y '" Cumerford's Restaurant The ceremony began at 7 p.m. Verne Fuder outlined plans for a u 2 ] nf L Shtmg of the candles membership contest to be conduct- behind the chancel rail and on ed jointly by the Breakfast and the altar. Bouquets of white mums Noon Optimist Clubs of Holland and gladiolas decorated the piano. The clubs have been divided into organ and altar. The church pews the following competing teams- were marked with white bows. eJts, Don Reek, captain, Han Su"Ihe Rev. Josiah Pennington per- zenaar. Roy Redder and Harold formed the ceremony. Langejans: Saints° Jack Boerse- A floor-length gown of white ma. captain. Ron Robinson. Ham- brocaded organza was worn by Glatz and Ed Ruhlig; Millers Bill he bride as she was escorted Weatherwax, captain. Bill Fabiano to the altar by her uncle, Har- John Harthorne and Don Cochran' old Beery. The dress featured a Others are Knights J K Van' princess style bodice with a modi- der Broek. captain, John Van Eer- fied sabrma neckline. The sleeves den, Les Van Ry, Bill Venhuizen were long and came to a point on and Les Woitman; Chiefs Ben her hands. The full skirt of or- Mulder, captain, Ed Raphael ganza covered with nylon tulle Gene Scheele, Andy Smeen»e- Ko and while taffeta. The finger-tip mets, Bernie Hendrickson" 'cap veil was attached to a crown of tain, George Hillis, John Henry ^f, j , . Jansen and Al Lucas; Zephyrs Wedding attendants were Joanne Jim Frans, captain. Dale Fris' sister of the bride, as Ray Gemmen and Harvey Tinholt-' rvnnv· ATtcr T ins-In tr 1 .."!!--... T V T -- * · * - . _ * Droti maid of honor; Miss Linda Fuller as bridesmaid: Misses Marilyn and Marlene Reninger as flower girls and Donald Beery as ring bearer; Ernest Reninger, cousin of the bride was best man; Tom Schippa, was groomsman; Larry « . ,,,, CA - , T , - - -------------- -- ... .: Mrs. Agnes Steketee, Mul- ample of a cartoon printed in 1904 Lloyd and Gera W Millar were 1904 was sig- , ?- e iu* S c Home: Da " Blake 'y- 14 ° East showing how its humor - loth St.; John Meyering, route 1; nificant of that time, while it held Timothy Howard, 3445 Buttter- no meaning today « is * ; in social customs ," he said. "Jokes about , prohibition, old maids, on the job of the institutional representative will be shown. Red Cross Gray Ladies who entertained at the V. A. Hospital at Fort Custer Monday were the Mesdames Kay Koeman, Jennie Maat, Betty Westenbroek, Evelyn Meyers, Sarah De Zwaan and Dorothy Phillips. The Women's Prayer Group of Third Reformed Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the church. A rehearsal meeting of the Junior Choristers is scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. Henry A. Mouw of Sixth Reformed Church left this morning for Orange City. Iowa, where they were called by the death of Rev. Mouw's father, John H. Mouw, 71, who died Tuesday night as the result of a stroke suffered Sunday. Services of the Gospel Mission at Ventura Baptist Church will continue through Sunday with the exception of Saturday. The Rev- Ken Ouellette, superintendent o :he Detroit Rescue Mission, speaks at each service. Weekday meetings are scheduled at 7:30 and Sunday meetings at 10 a.m. and 7 xm. Ventura Church is located on Juincy St. between Butternut Dr. md Lakeshore Dr. Zeeland; Mrs. Wendell Kollen and 94 .West 38th St.; Mrs. baby Dutch Lecturer to Be Modesto Rios and baby, 182 East M* Seminary on Tuesday 17lh Qf S ' I 7th St. Hospital births list a son Jamie r " H ' J - He TM er of the Neth- Dee, born Tuesday to Mr and ds and Belgium will lecture Mrs. Norman Bruursema route 4- at the Weste TM Theological Semina daughter, Kathryn Lynn born ary chapel nxt Tuesday at 10 Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. George a ' m Worden, 78 West 12th St. jroup Hears Discussion Dn Area Migrant Work Mrs. James Barkel and Miss ^ois Kronemeyer discussed the mi- jrant work being- done in the Holand area at the November meet- ng of the Maplewood Reformed "hurch Guild for Christian Serv- ce Tuesday evening. They showed slides and told of he success of the Bible school, | amily nights, day nurseries and iunday services held for the mi- rants. Mrs. William Swets presided and Irs. Melvin Kragt presented de- otions. Mrs. Robert Weersing 'as guest soloist. Closing thoughts 'ere given by Mrs. W i l l i a m ekuis. Refreshments were serv- ft by the Mesdames Mike Sale, larence Buurma, Evert Graham nd William Stratini. I Navy Procurement Team To Be Here This Week The Naval Officer Procurement learn will be in Van Raalte Hall at Hope College Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m The team consisting of Naval officers will answer questions about the Navy officer programs available to both male and female interested parties. Chief Richard Raymond, local Navy Recruiter, in making this announcement cautioned the men and women interested in the Naval Officer Programs to see this Officers team as processing of applicants takes approximately three months and that if 1962 graduates want to be in on the ground floor they should definitely get all the information at this time to make a proper decision. He also said that more officer applications have been processed from the Allegan Ottawa area so Dr. Hegger is now working with former Roman Catholic priests in Belgium and Holland. He is the author of the book, "I Saw the Light." The lecture will be delivered in the Dutch language and will be interpreted into English by the Rev. Gerrit J. ten Zythoff. currently on the seminary faculty in the department of New Testament Language. j The public is invited to attend. Visitor From Toledo Entertained by Group Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dirkse of 593 136th Ave. entertained a group of _ relatives last weekend in honor of j| SWANSDOWN their brother, Charles Nieboer of Toledo. Ohio. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dirkse of Richland Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dirkse of Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nieboer of Olive Center and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nieboer. Mrs ushers. The bridal attendants' gowns were fashioned of orchid taffeta, street length, styled with modified necklines and short sleeves. They wore orchid headpieces with flowers made of white nylon tulle. The bride carried a while Bible with a colonial style bouquet of white carnations with ivy and white ribbon streamers. The flower girls wore orchid taffeta dresses and carried baskets of white carnations. Mrs. Willard Beery, aunt of the bride sang. "You'll Never Walk Alone." "Whether Thou Goest" and "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by her sister, Miss Marilee Gooding. The reception was held in the church parlors. A light brown suit with contrasting brown accessories was worn by the bride as the couple left on a short wedding trip north. They now reside at 5328 West Addison Ave., Chicago 41, 111. The groom attended De Paul Mercuries, Paul Boven. captain, Alvin Brouwer, Al Dyke and Fuder. The contest is patterned after a hockey league, and the winning team will be treated to dinner and a hockey game in Muskegon at the expense of the other seven teams. The contest closes Monday Dec. 18. Harvey Tinholt, program chairman, introduced Robert Barber, field representative of the Social Security Administration for this area. Barber explained the three types of benefits to be received, namely, retirement, disability and survivors. A question and answer period followed the talk. Barber stated that representatives of the Social Security Administration are available in the Post i Office Building each Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. to serve the public. Open House to Honor Mrs. Catherine Wabeke Mrs. Catherine Wabeke will be honored at an open house Saturday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the home of her son. Paul Wabeke, 968 South Shore Dr. The occasion is her 80th birthday ann versary. Friends and relatives are invi ed to attend the open house. Mrs. Wabeke's other children ar Frances Wabeke and Gordon Wa beke, both of Detroit, and Mrs Arthur Hoedema of Holland. Resthaven Patrons Board Hears Progress Report The Board of Trustees of Rest haven Patrons, Inc. met at the home of Trustee P. Dryer on Tues day evening. The secretary reported receipt of gifts totaling $1,721.34 since the last meeting. The treasurer reported a balance ol $3,609.15 in the current fund and $56,091.57 in the building fund. The board of directors of .-/the Holland Community Theatre elected Miss Nancy Norling as vice president of the organization and named Mrs. Alan Hernwall and Miss Mary Bosch to the board at its meeting, in City Hall-Tuesday evening. ' · Miss Norling also assumes the duty of program chairman and will be responsible for all regu- "arly scheduled open meetings of he group. Miss Bosch was named chairman of the repertoire committee and will coordinate activ-f ties of the theatre in the presen- j tation of programs for local or- i ganizations. j In other action the board set j prices for the three remaining pub- i lie productions. It was decided to keep- prices for "Gaslight," the second remaining adult production, the same, while the cost of tickets for "Teahouse of the August Moon." the final production, will be advanced. It was reported that the response to patron and season tickets offered this season for the first time has been encouraging. To date 27 individuals and firms 'are listed as supporting patrons and 30 season tickets have been purchased. The board requested continued sales of these two tickets and em- ^ phasized the saving, in the light f, i of individual play ticket prices. The patron ticket includes two passes to "Rumpelstiltskin." Miss Diana Noe has been appointed technical director for the children's theatre production. The . play will open at the Woman's Literary Club Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. There will be three additional performances -- at 1:30, 3:30 and 7 p.m. The length of the play is one hour, thus allowing "youngsters attending the evening per- " formances ample time to arrive home by 8:30 p.m. Miss Judith Ann Peerboit r*~. * n t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peerboit L0ncert Members of 312 West 19th St.. announce the I Get Special Offer The total collected for the west wing up to Oct. 31 is 5105,684.77. Total thus far paid out to contractors is S49.967.56. The west wing is now under rOof and window frames are being installed. engagement of their daughter Judith Ann, to Marvin Schuiling son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schuil ing of 2546 Cherrywood Court Wyoming. Saugatuck Seniors To Present Mystery SAUGATUCK Shoots the Works. "Aunt Susie a mystery farce by Fred Caldwell will be presented by the Saugatuck High School senior Class Friday and Saturday in the High School Auditorium. A matinee is set for 2 p.m. Saturday. In the cast are Tarue McCray, Lois Aalderink, Judi Ten Brink' Kay McNitt, Diane Warczak. Jane Reno. Helen Tucker, Larry Lloyd, George Romeyn, Jim Tyler and Jim Reno. William Waddell is director. Cur- Letters are being mailed to all members of the Holland Community Concert Association enclosin* discount tickers which may be exchanged for a nominal fee for a concert of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Saturday, Nov. 11. at 3 p.m. in Civic Auditorium in Grand Rapids. Exchanges may be made at the box office in Grand Rapids Civic Auditorium. The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra with its conductors. Herbert Von Karajan and Karl Boehm is currently on its third American tour. It has been praised by eminent critics in New York and Washington. Local concert association members who have not received =uch discount tickets in the mail by Saturday may call the president Mrs. Bernard P. Donnelly at ED 13 time is at 8 p.m. Proceeds! -8049 or7h secretTM the "-· " " secreia ' v . rorn the play are used for the eniors trip to New York in the prmj FAMILY FAIR Fri., Nov. 10, 4 to 10 P.M. Civic Center Everyone Welcome Adv. - - - Arthur C. Yost. at EX 2-2096?"" "BENEFIT RUMMAGE SALE " Thurs. Nov. 9--9 A.M.-5 P.M. Fri. Nov. 10--9 A.M -? Formerly Peck's Drug'store Cherrylane Cooperative Nursery School Adv. Attorney Jerry Giesler Slightly Improved HOLLYWOOD (UPI (-Attorney Jerry Giesler, 74, remained at Mt. Sinai Hospital today but attendants said he was slightly improved. He was admitted two weeks ago for a heart condition. Tremendous savings on rhe dyed-ro-march sweaters and skirts you've admired at much higher prices . . . beautiful full- fashioned novelty sweaters of lambswool- angcra, and lined slim skirts of wool and fur blend. From two of our most famous makers! Save many dollars while completing your fall wardrobe . . .or beginning your holiday gift shopping. Blue, green, red, teal, honey, fuschia, gold, violet. Sweaters, sizes 36-40. Skirts, sizes 8-18. ^/ f -o"" v x l L u » r c i CU Cfl fit; T-*- i r-. , " '" f « » * * j . far this year than any two pre Dirkse and Mr. and Mrs. Ceding years together. Jonn Dirk se of Holland. The hostess served refreshments and pictures were taken. The guest of honor has been connected with an advertising agency in Toledo for many.years. Marriage Licenses Ottawa County Steve De Windt. 20 route 1 Hudsonville, and Ann Pols 19' r.jt*i"i**itf?i!_ * Grandville. A rabbit's nest is called a form. L A D I E S : WE HAVE ART NEEDLE WORK PRINTED IN FULL COLOR THAT IS A DREAM TO WORK, "MAKES AN EXPERT OUT OF AN AMATEUR" ROUND SQUARE TABLE CLOTHS, P I L L O W CASES, MOTHER DAUGHTER APRONS, SCARVES, TOWELS, ETC. 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