The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on December 11, 1963 · Page 3
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The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan · Page 3

Holland, Michigan
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Wednesday, December 11, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THREE Mrs. Curtis Opens Home For Questers Yule Party The Christmas party of the Etta Fox Chapter of Qussters was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Stanley Curtis. The home was gaily decorated with Christmas arrangements made by the hostess. The theme of the program was "Christmas in Other Lands." Miss Flora Skow told about "Christmas in Denmark." Instead of Santa, the Danish people have the legends of the dwarf, using both heathen and Christian customs. Hans Christian Anderson in his books tells about the Christmas trees decorated with flags and little heart baskets for candies. The tree is the guest in every home and was introduced in "Europe by the Danes. Denmark is the home of the original Christmas Seals. Mrs. Curtis told about the Dutch Christmas, St. Nicholas Day which is celebrated Dec. 5. St. Nicholas lived in the 4th century and is remembered for his charitable works and was called the "Miracle Worker." Local Calendar of Events Engaged Kolean-Drnek Rites Read TONIGHT 6:3;--Academy of Friendship Christmas dinner at Jack's restaurant. 7:30 -- Expectant parents class meet in Holland Hospital dining room. 7:30 -- Ladies Athletic Club in E. E. Fell Junior High gym. 8:00 -- Kiwanis Club travelogue on Finland at Civic Cen- i ter 8:00 -- American Legion meeting in clubrooms. TOMORROW 9:30 -- Erutha Rebekah hobo breakfast at Mrs. Iva Dykema. 12:00 -- American Business Club at American Legion Memorial Park Club. 12:15 - Rotary Club at Hotel Warm Friend. 1:00 -- Forest Stewart, VFW Service Officer, at VFW Post until 3. Miss Mary Ann Dykstra Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Dykstra of 445 East 24th St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Jack Allen De Graaf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Graaf, 26 East 20th St. Guard Dutch boys and girls place! 1:30 -- DAR their wooden shoes in front of | i ra m at Mrs. R the fireplace and St Nicholas 2: .°° -- Holland Garden Club 1 K j p x A / *ille- flTM^ ,,£ ~. 1 i i PhH st m a« fpa at Mrs Rnhprt ' ' ^ C VV R Christmas pro- A , . · I | n r v Roy B. Champion. l / A U X M I U r y Christmas tea at Mrs. Robert De Nooyer until 5 p.m. 7:30 -- Harrington Women's Athletic Club in school gym. 8-00--AAUW Christmas music Werf. ,, Town T a l k fills the shoes of good boys and girls with good gifts, while his helper called Black Pete leaves a switch for the bad children. Dec. 25 is celebrated with serenity and dignity. Mrs. Henry Engelsman told about E n g l i s h Christmas All the church bells peal out ,, , ,,, , on Christmas Eve. The homes , Memorial Chapel. are decorated with mistletoe, I ......,.,...,...,.,^ holly, e\ergreens and a Christmas tree. Every church has choir services when the traditional carols are sung. The da\ after Christmas is called Christ-1 mas Box Day, when gifts are presented to "the poor Scotland celebrates N e w Y e a r more gaily than Christmas w h e n even one drinks to the health of friends Mrs. Hardy Holmen displayed her beautiful collection of Danish porcelain In 1895 the Danes started the custom of making a newly designed plate each vear, t o commemorate h i s t o r i c events It resulted from the Danish custom of presenting the hired help with a plate of sweets on Christmas The plates are a lo\ely cobalt blue These plates are made for one year and then the pattern is destro}ed In 3898 they started making yearly coramemoratne spoons with sterling base and enameled de- United States Coast Guard Auxiliary No 18-7 held its annual election last Thursdav with V WU r*-I-L V I T \^iii l^JtiilfcLO JUiWOH,, ,, J* 11 /"I J program at Mrs. Calvin Vander results as fellows: Commander, ~. _ *-*_ \A/i 1 1 o r«H Uli-»t-vL"inr I*II^Q /»/\i-rt_ Holiday and Christmas plans of Holland area residents are always a special feature of the special edition published by The Holland Evening Sentinel on Dec. 24. Families will hold buffets or Christmas Day dinners. Many will travel out of town to visit relatives. Young people will be home from colleges and universities to share in family plans. All these are of interest. Send your item to the Holland Evening Sentinel Newsroom and mark it "Christmas News" or telephone the Sentinel Newsroom at EX 2-2.314 and a member of the staff will assist YOU. Deadline for these Christmas or holiday items is Saturday, Dec. 21. Willard Hopkins, vice com mander. Ray Gemmen; training officer, Paul Slenk. The local auxiliary will conduct free boating courses after the first of the year These classes are held to aid boaters with the rules of the road, safer boating, general knot tying and navigation Division Capt Tom Shelb\ Chancel Choir At Grace Church To Sing Cantata The Chancel Choir of Grace I Episcopal Church, under the direction of Grace Church choirmaster Larne Clark, will present "Christmas Oratorio" by Camille Saint-Saens at 7 p.m. Sunday. Selections from the oratorio include "Glory Be Unto God in the Highest". "Patiently Have I Waited for the Lord", "In My Heart I Believe. 0 Lord" and "Alleluia, Ye Heavens Sing Praises", as well as many others. Maxine Clark, Grace church organist, will accompany the Chancel choir at the organ. The cantata Sunday evening is the first of several special events at G r a c e Episcopal Church during the Christmas season. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Virginia Leigh Drnek became the bride of Gary Marand Grand Rapids training lead- tin Kolean Nov. 22 in an eve- er Doug Ford attended the local njng weddmg at Bethel Re- meeting and discussed funda- f ormed church mentals of the forthcoming p aren ts of the couple are Mr. training course which will run and Mrs Jarvis Drnek of 129 one night a week for eight East 35th St _ and Mr and weeks. Further details will be Mrs M artm Kolean, 66 West announced later Lpon comple- pj rs { g{ tion a certificate will be pre- cande i a bra. palms, blue . , sented by the U.S. Coast Guard and whlte pomp0 ns and cush- Auxiharv. ion mums decorated the church The local flotilla meets the and the Rev John Van Harn of . first and third Thursday of ev- ficiated at the doub i e r in g cer e- moriv ery month at 7:30 p m Interested persons may call either ^^ _ _^ ED 5-3421 or ED 5-5511 for furor g ams t~' i and"GarrTopp~"sa"ng Becksvoort was the ther information. Berean Duets Club Has Annual Banquet Walk Hand in Hand" and "The Lord's Prayer " The bride, given in marriage b her father, wore a floor- length gown of silk organza over satin with a fitted lace bo- Music Program Set by AAUW The home of Mrs. Calvin long The Berean Duets from the Th L di ^ s [t f Berean Bible Church met at dice, scalloped neckline lace s,xth Reformed Church 6 w i l l the Eten House for a banquet " their Christmas dinner and last Sat^day evening. Tnur^nav a t l n m a t A S n o r i Dubineba uieeuug C h r l e m o n a l -R e f ?r m e d -as conducted by the president. Church Group transportation Lxle Vander Haar. The follow- mtoDen will be provided ing officers were elected for and ended in a cnapel tram. The Circle of the the coming jear President, wore a crown of pearls and crys- Senice of Bob B a k e r , vice president. *1 and a fingertip veil of nylon r Mrs J^sion and earned a white orchid on a white Bible Th * matron of honor Mrs. Guild for Vander Werf. 92 East 10th St.. TM£ Rtoe Church wi H Paul Beyer, secretary Mrs vi ill be ringing with m u s i c h D0 tluck siumer Thurs- Adrian Van Houten. treasurer, Thursday evening at 8 when the f a J fTp m at the home Mrs Roger Jansen. Holland Branch of the Ameri- ° \i rs ChriSe Overwav 54 Miss Sandra Brinks favored Terry Kolean wore a ballenna- can Association of ^ e r w a M Women have their University Christmas west '3rd St The " Adult meeting Third Reformed A Christmas musical will be nave j^ presented by the Hope College d ay at music and speech departments A film strip on Christmas music will also be shown. Bible Class o{ W[th Uo selections on her cor- len ft h gown of azure blue faille do vox and Pastor Larry Riem- TM * JPj j*f *"* back bow. She Church will Dart" 'This at t hye ho^e Grace '" a Cartel from the ersma showed slides of the lar § e western tour of "The Men of wore a matching headpiece with Gary M. Kolean (Joel's photo) i groom, was best man. and Chuck Drnek and Bob Miller i were groomsmen. Ushers were Wayne Van Kampen and Cliff- i prd Sale. Tom Drnek was mini iature groom. The bride's mother wore a rose double-knit sheath w i t h white accessories and blue and white carnations, while the groom's mother was attired in a beige sheath with bronze accessories and a corsage of bronze-tipped carnations. A reception for 125 guests was held in the church after the ceremony. Reception attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harper, punch bowl: the Misses Beverly Ry- zenga. Shirley VerHulst and Pat Bosma. gift room: Mari Jo Miller and Bob Drnek, guest book. For a northern wedding trip, i the bride changed to a pink wool dress with black accessories and wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents Nov. l 21 at the Eten House. | Pre-nuptial showers were giv- I en by Mrs. Laverne Sale. Mrs. Dick Van Kampen, Mrs. Joe Drnek, Mrs. Cornie Westen- broek, Mrs. Joe Kolean, Mrs. Hugh Harper, Mrs. Jerry Bral mer and Miss Roberta Wise. The couple lives at 3232 146th 1 Ave. Miss S. Bakker Feted at Shower Miss Shirley Bakker, bride- elect of Lt. (jg) John W. Baker, was feted with a bridal shower Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Gerrit Baker, 995 Graafschap Rd. Games were played and duplicate prizes awarded to Mrs. B. Arendsen, Mrs. N. Kalkman and Miss Kay Lynn Arendsen. Guests included the Mesdames Kate Baker, B. Arendsen, N. Kalkman, J. Kolean, B. Reimink, G Petroelje, J. H. Post. B. Tinholt, R. Bakker. J. Steigenga. K. Baker, D. Baker, and the Misses Kay Lynn Arendsen, Linda Bakker. Brenda Baker, and Marcia Baker. Also invited were the Mesdames C. J. Madison, S. Kolean, H. Baker, Barbara Baker, J. Ver Plank, E Baker and the Misses Nancy Kolean, Linda Baker and Kathy Baker. STAGING THE SHOW -- Shown in one of the scenes from "Tha Puppet Prince" the Holland Community Theatre's production for children at Christmas are deft to right) George Steggerda, Parn Fox, Mary Ellen Mrok and Don Cranmer. The play which will take the children into the "true" land" of make believe will be given Saturday in the Holland High School auditorium with performances scheduled for 10 a.m., 1 p m. and 4 p.m. (Holland Illustrative photo) DAR Chapter Christmas \ Program Lists Symbols . Mrs. Roy B Champion will , open her home at 36 West 12th S t . to the members of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Chapi ter. Daughters of the American j Revolution, Thursday at 1:30 j p.m. A program on Christmas i symbols will be featured. s The hostess committee includes Mrs. Harold Niles. Mrs. IW.C. Vandenberg, Mrs. Philip | Beebe, Miss Katherine P o s t , I Mrs. Harold McLean and Mrs. Kenneth Peirce. Fred Beeuwkes. Grace Bible College in Grand The annual Christmas meeting Rapids, of the Mission-Aid Societv of Mr - Riemersma closed the Social committee for the eve- First Reformed Church will be m e e t i n g with a devotional ning includes Mrs. Peter Prins., held in the Church lounge thought and pra\er. The group chairman: Mrs. Orlie Bishop.' Thursday at 2 p.m. The Duettes P lans to 8° Christmas caroling Mrs. Frank Gaiowski, Mrs. H , Club of" the church will have next Monday night. ( Kleinheksel, Mrs C Marcus, · its potluck dinner meeting at Mrs. M De Wolf, Miss Mai-, the church on Thursday at 6:30 Theta Alpha Chapter belle Geiger. Mrs. D. Karsten.' p.m u n ij e r«7,«/ Q c t nr +u -- - - · ' T h e Rev. and Mrs. Roger Holds Couples Party Kleinheksel of Rockwood. Mich.. ' Theta AIpha chapter of Beta announce the birth of a son, sigma phi soront y held a cou- Mark Edwin, born this morn- ples DOW ij n g partv at Northland ing in Seaway Hospital in Tren- Lanes Sa turdav night. carried a cres- -shaped bouquet of blue and white mums. Bridesmaids, dressed similarly to the matron of honor, were Wise and Mrs. Jerry lure bride, was dressed like the bride. Terry Kolean, brother of the Parked Car Hit A car driven by Dennie J. Gentry. 20, of 17% East 21st St., hit a parked car on College Ave. at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday as Gentry made a left turn onto College Ave. from 16th St. The parked car was owned by Stanley Van Herwyn, 31, of 60 East 16th St. City police investigated. Hospital Notes Admitted to Holland Hospital Tuesday were Danny Gebben, 380 West 21st St ; Lee Fletcher, 161 Riverhills Dr.: Henry C. Slaughter, 0461 Leonard Blvd., Lament: Kenneth Arens, 167 Timberwood Lane; R i c h a r d Brower. 490 Division; John Breuker, route 1: Bernard C. Van Langevelde. 268 West 28th St.; John H. Ortman. route 2; David Perez, route 4; Joanna Van Gent, route 2: Pamela Reimink, 715 Pine Bay Dr.: Sandra Timmer, 87 Lakewood Blvd. Discharged T u e s d a y were Mrs James Pollock. 134 East Ninth St ; Mrs. Conrad Warren and baby, 15M: West 17th St ; Michael Overway, 167 West 22nd St.; Mrs. Charles Brocks, 560 Crescent Dr.; Ronald Perkins, 303 Lawn Ave.: Mrs. Gabe Lee and baby, 2467 Lilac; Jacob Hovinga, 234 West 16th St ; Harry Vincent Jr.. Stanton St., West Olive; R i c h a r d Daniels, 16 North River Ave.; Mrs. Eugene King, route 1. Mrs. Middlehoek Feted At Party in Florida Mrs. Cora Middlehoek of 175 East Eighth St. was honored at a birthday celebration at the , Florida home of her sister. Mrs. | Essie Bazan last Friday afternoon in New Port Richey. The party was planned by ' Mrs. Darlene Sanger who also made the beautifully decorated birthday cake. The group was surprised by an announcement of the engagement of Mrs. Marge Douma of Holland and Oscar Bergsma of Standale, Mich. A spring wedding is planned. Those present were the hostess, Mrs. Bazan, Mrs. Jennie Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanger. Mrs. D o u m a . Mr Bergsma and the guest of honor. Mrs. Middlehoek. WCTU Meeting Set Friday At Citadel The Holland chapter of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of- Holland will hold its December meeting at the Salvation Army Citadel, Corner of Ninth St. and Central Ave. on Friday at 2 p.m. Mrs Alton Kooyers will preside. The devotional services will offer an Advent group of Bible verses and hymns. Mrs. Russell Vande Bunte will lead the worship exercises. The afternoon's discussion will center on the theme "Dimensions in World Interests." As a special contribution Mrs. Garrett Vander Borgh will read and interpret "The Black Madonna." The hostesses, following the Christmas theme, will be Mrs. Edwin Koeppe, Mrs. Thomas Van Dahm. and Mrs. Vander- Borgh. Visiting WCTU women coming ] to Holland for the holiday season are invited to meet with ! the Holland Temperance Un! ion. It pays to Advertise THIS YEAR ITS VOGELZANG FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS HARDWARE HOUSEWARES 8th College 25 E. 8th a? Quits State Position LANSING (UPI) - Robert Goussy said today he is quitting ! 5? his job with the criminal division of the attorney general's office to become chief trial lawyer for Genesee County Prosecutor Robert Leonard. Christmas Special ON MONDAYS ONLY (Dec. 9, 16, 23, 30) Reg. S 10 PERMANENTS for '7 Operators: Cheryl, Barb, Shirley and May LM Beauty Shop jS A w y -? 232 S. River Ave. Ph. 392-9362 Mrs. C Cook. Mrs. C. Hayes and Mrs. J. Chamness. Mrs. H. Maentz Named Service League President Mrs. Willis A. Diekema was i ter of Mr. o the ton, Mich. Mrs. Kleinheksel is the former Virginia Top. daugh- and Gordon Following the bowling, the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Disser. 755 Mvr- League of the Holland Hospital R ev . Kleinheksel is the son of « e and Auxiliary at a Christmas lunch- j eon and party on Tuesda\. At the brief business meeting, Mrs. Henry Maentz was an( j Harold Kleinheksel. route 5, Holland. "***" ing, Mrs. Henry Maentz was v j te d to the Allendale Town Hall | p" "f 6 rj ' er elected president; Mrs. H. P. i Friday for a meeting at which ! Those atte; a social hour. Serving the refreshments were the Mesdames Gordon Cunningham. Robert Krueger, Russell Hedrick and Harms, treasurer; Mrs. Stuart | time there will be a program Boyd, secretary and Mrs. David Boyd, representative on the Auxiliary board. Year-end reports included the presentation of a diathermy machine to the hospital and the completion of 200 dressings for the hospital. on "Telfarm," a Michigan State Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. i Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Dis- Engaged University Farm Management j ser Mr and Mrs Paul Div ida. Educational program. Telfarm i Mr and Mrs ^ Fa i De rg. Mr. utilizes electronic computer bus-! and Mrs H edrick. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. | John Husted, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahlow, Mr. and Mrs. Al iness machines and farm management specialists to summarize and analyze farm business information. The meeting begins at 10 a.m. In charge of arrangements is R o b e r t Van Klompenberg, County Extension Agent, agriculture. Births in Zeeland Community Hospital on Tuesday included a son, Daniel Paul, born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spoelman, 10070 W i l s o n St., Coopersville; a daughter, Carol Renee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brummel, 513 Alice St., Zeeland; a daughter, Nancy Jo, born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoonhorst, 3361 Van Buren St., Hudsonville; a son, Randall Jay, born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cherry, route Patricia Gail Adams Mr. and Mrs. Corbert Adams, route 3, Holland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Gail,' to Robert Rietveld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Rietveld of route 2, Holland. A March wedding is being planned. Corsets were first introduced In France about the time of the French Revolution. 1, Zeeland. The Holland High School a Kling, Mr. and Mrs. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Sanger. Mr. and Mrs. Kling, who were mirried Nov. 23. were presented with a wedding gift from the sorority. cappella choir under the direction of Larrie Clark will present the program at the Rotary Club luncheon meeting on Thursday at the Hotel Warm Friend. Rotarians are a s k e d to be prompt so the choir can meet its schedule. Junior Rotarians for December are David Leep, Don Heeringa and Steve Piersma. PRE · HOLIDAY SALE SWEATERS AND SKIRTS PLEATED, STRAIGHT, WRAP AROUNDS. MATCHING SWEATERS -- BULKYS, AND FLAT KNITS. CARDIGANS AND PULLOVERS. ALL NEW STYLES. 15 West 8rh Street USE OUR 7TH STREET PARKING LOT ENTRANCE I ONE OF THE MANY WATCHES by SHEFFIELD AVAILABLE AT CAMPUS 46 E. 8th St. OPEN EVENINGS MON. AND FRI. 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