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Rev. Vanden Berg, of our Oak Lawn Church, was injured April 17 when his car overturned while on his way to Randolph, Wis. where he was to fill a Classical appointment. He suffered a dislocated hip, a broken shoulder and head lacerations. He was hospitalized in Fon du Lac Wis. and was released after one week. He is now at home, but immobilized because of a body cast from the chest down to the knee of one leg and down the whole length of the other leg. This cast must remain in place for six weeks, then to be replaced...

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Our church at Pella, Iowa, has had the services of Rev. D. Kuiper for six weeks, and he was followed by Rev. D. Engelsma for his six-week stint. These men are kept busy, preaching, teaching and lecturing. Rev. Kuiper’s lectures were on, “Holding to the Truth,” and, “The Nearness of the End”. Rev. Kuiper spoke highly of the lively interest of the children and young people in the catechism classes. The little flock in Pella now numbers twenty-six souls.

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The doors of our Seminary have closed! Closed for the summer, that is! Closed for an all too brief respite from hard work on the part of the students, a vacation from studies but not from work. The students will utilize this time to their utmost to earn money to carry them through the coming school year. Some will work at landscaping, some a construction; but work will be their lot.

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Rev. H. Veldman, of Hope Church, Grand Rapids, has received the call from our Randolph congregation from a trio which included the Revs. J.A. Heys and G. Vanden Berg.  Edgerton has announced a new trio: Revs. C. Hanko, G. Lubbers, and M. Schipper.  Hudsonville has scheduled a congregational meeting for July 19 when they will call a minister from the, following trio: Revs. G. Lanting, G. Vanden Berg, and H. Veldman.

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Pictured here is the First Protestant Reformed Church of Holland, Michigan, of which the Reverend George Lanting is pastor. The church, constructed in the summer and fall of 1964, is located at 290 East 18th Street, three blocks west of U.S. 31 on 16th Street, and two blocks south on Hazel Avenue. The auditorium has a seating capacity of 150; the annex (foreground) contains the entrance hall, three classrooms, and the furnace room. 

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