Rev. J.A. Heys, South Holland’s minister, has received a call from the congregation at Edgerton, Minn. 

Rev. D. Engelsma of Loveland, declined the call which came to him from the church at Randolph, Wis. 

Hudsonville’s consistory has named a Duo from which one will be called at a congregational meeting to be held April 25. The duo: Revs. M. Schipper and H. Veldman.

Some of the Spring activities in the Grand Rapids area were: Eastern Ladies League, April 14 at Hope Church with Rev. 6. VanBaren speaking on, “The Signs of the Times”; Mr. and Mrs. League held at Southeast Church, which featured a panel discussion; League of Mens’ Societies meeting at First Church with Rev. VanBaren as speaker; Office Bearer’s League at Southwest Church with a speech on a Deacon’s work as Elder in a small congregation, also by Rev. VanBaren; and, Hope’s Choral Society Easter Program in their church, giving an Easter Cantata, “Life Eternal.”

Rev. M. Schipper, of Southeast Church, and Rev. R.C. Harbach, of Kalamazoo, plan to leave, D.V., for a two-week investigative trip through the East for the Mission Board. They intend to visit Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio; Boyertown and Swengle, Pa., and several places in New Jersey. Rev. Harbach has several contacts in New Jersey through his tract ministry and correspondence over a period of time. There are several people in Bound Brook, N.J. who avidly read our <i<=”” i=””>and who proudly own back numbers of our magazine, which are read and re-read many times, which have been supplied them by Mr. Tom Elzinga of our Holland Church. This reminds one of the “you in your small corner, and I in mine” sort of witnessing.</i

The Radio Comm. has tapes of the lecture series by Prof. H.C. Hoeksema. For particulars, write to The Reformed Witness Hour, Box 1230, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

. . . . see you in church.