The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on December 16, 1952 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1952 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL. BAGE THREE Orchestra to Wear New Uniforms for Concert For the first time in its history, Holland Junior high school orchestra will appear in uniform Thursday night at its Christmas concert. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Holland high school auditorium. The public is invited. The program will feature orchestral selections played by the all-city grade, Junior high school and Senior high school orchestra. Members of the Junior high gr»up will wear grey, red and white uniforms while the all-city grade orchestra will appear in dark blue and white. Much credit for the uniforms goes to parents of the young musicians, who "made or purchased the outfits. Carleton Kelch, who directs the two musical groups, considers this a motivating, effort which-will do much to stimulate children to join the orchestral program in schools. the Holland public Mr. Kelch has placed the Junior high orchestra into class A competition at the district level this year. Although by enrollment the school is class B, he feels it is advantageous for the group to perform class A music, offering more varied and difficult selections to the students. The grade school group numbers 90, with 40 violins, two violas and five cellos. These string instrumentalists receive half-hour lessons each week in school and rehearse each Friday at 4 pm. at Junior high school. Thus the group is usually referred to as the "Friday orchestra." Paul Lucas, Mardi Johnston, Mickey Zickler, Jane Vereeke. Linda Lucas, Judith Van Lente, Karen Grotler, Roger Mulder, Jimmy Sikkel, Jim Bos, Frank Poppema and Billy Pluim are section leaders. At Thursday's concert, all three orchestras will play Christmas, classical and popular music. Marcella Gearhart will be the featured piano soloist in works by dem- enti and Mozart. Erutha Rebekah Lodge Elects New Officers Officers were elected at a regular meeting of Erutha Rebekah lodge Friday evening in the lodge rooms. The new noble grand is Mrs. Iva Boere; vice grand, Mrs. Lucille McBride; secretary, Mrs. Ruth Durfee; financial secretary, Mrs. Josephine Bender; treasurer, Mrs. Melva Crowle; staff captain, Mrs. Blanche Burrows; trustee, Mrs. Constance Range. Retiring vice grand, Mrs. Iva Boere, presided. It was announced the Christmas chest meeting will be held in Pullman Wednesday, featuring a 25-cent gift exchange. Members are to contact Mrs. Jeanette Cranmer or Mrs. Josephine Bender for transportation. The next hobo breakfast will be held Dec. 18 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Rex Webbert, Division Ave. Annual Christmas party for adults and children will be held Dec. 19 at the hall at 7:30 p.m. The gift exchange will include 10-cent gifts for adults, 25- cent gifts for children. A donation was sent by the group to the TB association. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Alice Rowan and her committee. v CPH Circle Meeting Held at Local Church A regular meeting of the Christian Psychopathic Hospital Circle No. 10 was held Monday evening in the basement of Maple Avenue Christian Reformed church. Mrs. D. Zwier, vice president, conducted devotions and was in charge of the business meeting. The program included two solos by Mrs. Ben Altena accompanied by Mrs. L. Altena. Mrs. Catherine DeRoos presented the Christmas ficdndah TONIGHT 6:30 -- Ladies" Auxiliary of Eagles Christmas dinner in Eagle hall. Bring own table service and 50-cent gift for exchange. Secret pals revealed. 6:30 -- Ladies' Athletic club Christmas potluck supper in Junior high gym; 30-cent gift exchange. Last meeting of year. * 6:30--Holland Chapter of American Society of Women Accountants at Centennial room of Warm Friend Tavern. ^ 7:00 -- Washington school PTA children's Christmas program. 8:00--Epsilon Fellowship of Methodist church Christmas party at home of George Combs, 272 West 16th St. 8:00--Annual presentation of "The Messiah" in Hope chapel. TOMORROW 1:00--St. Catherines guild of Grace church annual election of officers and luncheon at home of Mrs. Robert Linn, 1021 South Shore Dr. 4:00--Tulip ' Town Boys choir practice in First Methodist church. 6:30--Federal Home Economics Christmas party at school, 50- cent gift exchange. Bring hot dish for table. 7:00--Table Tennis center at Longfellow school. 7:30 -- Beechwood Boosterettes Christmas party in school. Potluck lunch. 50-cent gift exchange. 7:30--Unity Lodge No. 191, F AM, at lodge hall. Installation of officers. 8:00--Our Lady of the Rosary Study group, St. Francis church, at home of Mrs. William Hamlin, 81 West Eighth St. Bring Christmas gift. 8:00 -- Women of the Moose meeting at hall. 8:00--Mothers of World War U at VFW club house. reading, "The Song of the Angels." Announcement was made of the play, "Little Miss Somebody," which will be presented in Holland high school auditorium Jan. 9 by CPH Circle No. 4 of Grand Rapids. Refreshments were served by Mesdames J. Harthorn, J. Beltman, J. Bierema, J. Boer, J. Bronkema and H. Cook. Vincent Refuses Talk on Ouster TANGIER (UP) -- United States Minister John Carter Vincent refused comment today on his suspension by the State Department as a result of an unfavorable Loyalty Board report. "Mr. Vincent has nothing to say at present," the veteran career diplomat said in a statement issued through his secretary. "Everything he has to say will be said either through his attorneys in Washington or through the Department of State." There was no .immediate indication when Vincent would return home from this international zone opposite Gibraltar at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea in compliance with State Department instructions. Friends said Vincent seemed shaken and almost stunned by the State Department's sudden action. He is popular here and there was general surprise in the foreign diplomatic group and local circles. Saugatuck Woman Dies At Kalamazoo Hospital SAUGATUCK, (Special)--Mrs. Effie Lackie Sayre, 78, died Monday afternoon at the Michigan State hospital at Kalamazoo. ,3orn Jan. 10, 1874 in Saugatuck, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lackie. Surviving arc one brother, Vance Lackie, one nephew, Raymond Ketchpaw, and a niece, Mrs. Lucille Jarnac all of Grand Rapids. Graveside services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Riverside cemetery at Saugatuck. The Rev. H. E. Maycroft will officiate. The body is at the Dykstra Funeral home. America's first club woman was Anne Hutchinson, who organized women for secular and theological discussions in the 17th century. The tall fur hat worn by drum majors is called a "shako." Heart Attack Fatal For Richard Poest ' ZEELAND (Special)-- Richard Poest, 48, of route 1, Zeeland, died unexpectedly at his home of a heai t attack Monday at about 5 p.m. He was working in the barn at the time he was stricken. He resided three miles northwest of Zeeland in Holland township. He was a member of the First Reformed church of Zeeland and the Men's Bible class and also a member of the school board of Holland district No. 10, (Noordeloos school). Surviving are tihe wife, the former Hildreth Ver Hage; one daughter, Eleanor; one son, Al- Vern at home; three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Bos of Holland, Mrs. Henry Van Farowe and Mrs. Albert Van Farowe both of Beaverdam; two brothers, Bernard and Gerald Poest of Zeeland; one brother-in-law, John H. Beltman, of Zeeland. The funeral service will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Yntema Funeral home and at 2:30 p.m. at the First Reformed church with the Rev. John den Ouden officiating. Burial will be in Zeeland cemetery. The body is at the funeral home where relatives and friends may meet the family tonight and Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Four generations were united here when the Rev. D. C. Darling of St. Cloud, Fla., came to Michigan for a vacation. He is pictured with his daughter, Mrs. S. S. Bilskl of Grand Rapids, his grandson, Wayne Smith, Sr., of 161 East 18th St., and his great grandson, Wayne William Smith, Jr., who !· 10 year* old. J ^own JalA Don't forget to send us your Christmas plans! The Sentinel wouJd like to have every local family included in its traditional hcliday feature -- Christmas locals. Please send or bring your plans to The Sentinel newsroom as soon as possible. Dec. 23 is the deadline! Engaged Miss Grace Rozemo Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Rozema of Hudsonville have made known :he engagement of their daughter, Grace, to Donald Jay Jager, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jager of East SaugatucK. A group of friends had a Christmas dinner party Friday evening a* the Eten House. Gifts were exchanged during the social evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Ten Harmsel, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heeringa, Mr. and "Mrs. Gerrit Landman, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Telgenhof, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Heuvelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schierbeek, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Vander Ploeg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred De Boer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sterenoerg and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jansen. Mrs. D. Le Beau, mother of Mrs. Bud Baker of Holland, died at 3 a.m. today in Muskegon after an illness of 15 years. She was 58 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Baker left this morning for Muskegon. Our Lady of the Rosary Study group of St. Francis De Sales church will meet Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Hamlin, 81 West Eighth St. The meeting was previously announced to be held tonight. The Tulip Town Boys choir will have two rehearsals this week. The first will be at 4 p m . Wednesday in First Methodist church and the other at 4 p.m. Thursday in Washington school. DAV Auxiliary met last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Vos, 97 West 19th St. Commander, Mrs. Grace Kars presided. Mrs. Jean Oudman, hospital chairman and secretary, read thank you letters from veterans for gifts received from the DAV. The group decided to send local hospitalized veterans Christmas gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Bert De Vries have returned home from a 10- day trip to Texas, where they visited their son, Minard, a fire truck driver at the Kingsville Naval base. His wife accompanied them and is remaining at Kingsville. Lated, the couple will live at the Naval base. During their stay in Texas, Mr. and Mrs. De Vries visited King's Ranch, one of the biggest ranches in the world. They also visited Mexico. An early Christmas dinner was observed at the home of Mr. and Mrrs. Vearly Coffman, 658 Lakewood Blvd., in honor of Pvt. Bob Mowery. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kutch and children of Michigan City Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Daniels and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mowery and Mr. and Mrs. Coffman of Holland and Miss Joyce Porter of AlJegan. Afternoon callers included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lammers and son and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beem and daughter of Holland. Pvt. Mowery left this morning to return to Fort Sill, Okla., following a 10- day furlough. Pine Creek School Mates Stage Christmas Party The Pine Creek School Mates gathered at the Eten House Friday evening for a Christmas dinner. Attending were Mesdames William Moerdyk, Fred Hieftje, Arie Branderhorst, Lem Harris, Jake Jacobs, Robert Knowles, William Oonk, Arthur Pommerening, Jake Rusticus, Reuben Sewers, Martin Vcrhoef, Peter Vcr Schure and Peter Van Langcvelde. After the dinner, the group went to the Ver Schure home for a social time and an exchange of ?ifts. Joining the group at the Ver Schure home were Mrs. Prank Lighthart and Mrs. Peter rJiemenga. First Sugar Payments SAGINAW, Mich. (UP) -- Three sugar refineries made a net first payment of $2,600,000 to Michigan sugar beet growers in 10 counties for their 1952 crop. A final payment will b« made next October. President Warns Against Cutbacks WASHINGTON (UP,)--President Truman w a r n e d the 'incoming Eisenhower administration today against any sizable cutbacks in defense spending as long as the nation is faced by a "very hostile and very p o w e r f u l " potential enemy. In an apparent. reference to President-elect Eisenhower, Mr. Truman said every President must face the fact that the "right" course is not a l w a y s the "popular" one. -Mr. Truman, in a speech prepared for delivery before the alumni of the Armed Forces Industrial College at Ft. Leslie J. McNair, expressed confidence that the people know enough about the situation to support the rearmament program started by his administration. "I think they are wise enough to know the difference between true economy and false economy," Mr. Truman said. "They are wise enough to know that anything that may be spent to prevent a new world war is bound to be far less than would be spent to fight one. That is true in money and in lives alike." Eisenhower pledged during the presidential campaign that a Republican administration would provide more defense at less cost and with less delay. He said the nation would achieve both "solvency and security" by cutting out waste and providing better planning at top political levels, and at the same time look forward to tax reduction. Eisenhower said re- Christmas Program Set For Local AAUW Branch The Christmas story as represented in paintings by the old masters will be featured at the annual Christmas meeting of Holland branch, American Association of University Women. The branch will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Juliana room, Durfee hall. i;he program was prepared by a national AAUW member, Elizabeth Puckett Martin, of the Department of Education at the National Gallery of Art. All the slides are from the National Gallery. The commentary will be read by Miss Helen Harton of the Hope college speech department, and appropriate music is being selected by Miss Jantina HoHeman of the college music department. Miss Wilhelmina Haberland will show the slides. Another program feature will be a special presentation of all new branch members. Christmas refreshments will be served after the program. Mrs. Orlie Bishop and Mrs. Robert Carley are chairmen of the hostess committee. Preceding the regular meeting, the chapter's International Relations study group will have a dinner meeting at 5:45 to make final plans for the class they will sponsor in co-ordination with the Adult Evening school. The course. "World Affairs Are Your Affairs," is scheduled to begin soon after the holidays. All branch members are invited to attend the dinner meeting. Reservations should be made with Mrs. H. C. McClintock. Admitted to Holland hospital Monday were Mrs. William Donley, Jr., 322 West 13th St.; Carol Veltman, route 1; Mrs. Peter Ver Houwe, 187 West 28th St.; Lewis Munger, Jr., 18 East 12th St.: Mrs. George Schurrnan, route 5; Mary Venhuizen, 276 West 14th St. (-admitted Sunday). Discharged Monday were Marine Hoedema, 3 East Seventh St.; Jean Zoerhoff, route 6; Frank De Boer, 550 Lincoln, Zeeland; Mary Venhuizen, 276 West 14th St. Hospital births include a daughter, Claudia Ann, born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stygstra, 33 160th- Ave.: a *on bom Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oetman, route 6; a son, Phillip Garth, born today to Mr. and Mrs. Garth Goven, route 4. First Negro Officer DETROIT (UP) -- Marcena W. 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