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H88-0440.10. Expository Writing Papers. Publications, 1971-2000. 0.50 linear ft.

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Hope College

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Abstract

Abstract

Student writings from English 113, 213, and 313 classes. The Twelfth Street Rag (1971-1973) and Wooden Sneakers (1977-1978) were produced by students in English 113. The Little Magazine (1984, 1991, 1993-1995) and The Last Word (1986-1987, 1991-1993) were produced by English 213 students, and True Things (1988) was produced by English 313 students in 1988. The collection also includes a video recording titled Information Literacy at Hope College (2000, produced by librarians Priscilla Atkins and Anthony Guardado) that illustrates English 113 students talking about the research process. Subjects and authors included in Wooden Sneakers March 1977 issue include: “The Shutters” (The Shutters owner Marilyn McIlwain, clothing store, restaurant) by Cathy Steiner, Kelly Mclain; “A Clean Story” (Third Reformed Church of Holland) by Kelly McLain; “Put the Chicken in the Tree” (Erna Vander Borgh) by David Van Dyken; “The Home” by Paul Walchenbach, Bret Fisk; “The Furniture Racket” (Ed Brolin, Baker Furniture) by Brad Saline, Steve Cochran; “Coloring Her Life” (Mrs. Cooper, China painting) by Misao Kobayashi, Nancy Danielson; “A Long-haired Musical Retirement” (Chuck Van Der Ven, barber) by Steven Timmerman, Jay Peters; “Discovering My Neighbor” (John Lighvoet, barber) by Thelma Collado; “No Nonsense” (Dr. Elizabeth Reedy) by Lena Daniels, Doug Mulvaney; “I Know What Is Hardship” (Mrs. Martin Weerstra, emigration from the Netherlands) by Jeff Welch; “One Pair of Folded Hands and Bended Knees” (Mrs. Martin Weerstra, World War II Netherlands, Dutch underground) by Dave Miller; “Behind the Political Curtain” (Mrs. Raymond, Michigan politics) by Roger Ackerman; “From a Block of Wood to Wooden Shoe” (Fred Oldemulders) by Brad Millen, Gary Foote; and “A Reach-out Unit” (Betsy Bach, Holland Police woman) by Ann-Marie Helmus. Subjects and authors included in Wooden Sneakers Summer 1977 issue includes “Gold You Can Taste” (Eugene Westra, Blanford Nature Center, maple syrup making) by Dave VanDyken, Judy Cook, Cathy Steiner, Roger Ackerman; “A Changing Tradition” (Charles Van Der Ven, barber) by Jay Peters, Steven Timmerman; “The Shutters: A Personal Touch” (Marilyn McIlwain, clothing store, restaurant) by Cathy Steiner; “A Clean Story” (The Shutters, Mrs. McIlwain) by Kelly McLain; “Undercover Dutchman” (Klaas Veen, World War II Dutch resistance, underground) by Paul Walchenbach; The Wooden-Shoe Maker” (Fred Oldemulders) by Brad Millen, Gary Foote; “From a Block of Wood to a Wooden Shoe” (Fred Oldemulders) by Brad Millen, Gary Foote; “One Pair of Folded Hands and Bended Knees” (Mrs. Martin Weerstra, World War II Netherlands, Dutch underground) by Dave Miller; “I Know What is Hardship” (Mrs. Martin Weerstra,emigration from the Netherlands) by Jeff Welch; “Behind the Political Curtain” (Mrs. Raymond, Michigan politics) by Roger Ackerman; “Candles, Candles, and Puggie” (history of candle making) by Thelma C. Collado; “The Furniture Racket” (Ed Brolin, Baker Furniture Company) by Steve Colburn; “John Amaya: More Than Just a Proud Father” (tennis players father) by Jeff Welch, Gary Foote; “Dreams Come True” (Roger Smith, Donnelly Mirrors, Inc.) by Anne-Marie Helmus; “Roots in Holland” (Lois Sinke, Old Store Antique Shop, Van Landegend family store) by Kim Nagy; “A Normal Day?” by Pete Kuiken; “Coloring Her Life” (Mrs. Cooper, China painting) by Kim Nagy, Misao Kobayashi; and “The Dutch Diplomat” (Renze Hoekesema) by Lena Daniels, Doug Mulvaney. Subjects and authors included in the Wooden Sneakers Winter 1978 issue includes “Your Next Door Neighbor is a Very Special Person by Janet Watson; “Ringing Out to the People” (Pillar Church bells) by Suzanne E. VanDenBrink, Jennifer B. Wallgren, Marcia J. Morsink; “But Who’s Pete?” (Pete Sterk, Hope College custodian) by Deb Sells, John Vander Ven; “Wood + Time + Skill = Music” (Del Langejans, Del’s Guitar Gallery) by Bill Langejans, Jack Near; “What Was Holland Like, Mrs. B?” (Mrs. Ann Brouwer) by Neil Knutsen and Linda Waterman; “A Bit of India in Zeeland” (Mr. and Mrs. DeVries, India missionaries) by Dick Hurrelbrink and Bill Patmos; “Christmas Seasonings” (Mrs. Sacoro Ruiz, Latino Christmas customs) by Susanne Hagan; “A Personal Taste” by Martin Tilley; “Looking Through the Stained Glass Window” (John VanderBurgh, stained glass maker) by Barbara Brondyke, Chuck Brooks; “A Small Part of Yesterday” (Big Red lighthouse history) by Peggy Rizzo, Masaichi Shimbo, Julie VanderPloeg; “The King is Gone But Not Forgotten” (Elvis Presley collector Tony Molnar) by Steve DeVette; “Kick High and Drink Gatorade” (Klompen dancers, Barb Appledorn, Karen Risselada, Nancy Vande Water) by Pam Spring, Ellen Trayser; “From Rags to Riches…With Relish” (J. Russel Bouws, Russ’ Place, Russ’s) Janet Watson, Nancy Vande Water.

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