HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) — A woman charged in the brutal 1979 slaying of a Hope College student working as a hotel clerk testified Thursday about setting up a gathering where the killing took place.Laurie Ann Swank, of Nescopeck, Pa., testified after waiving her preliminary hearing in the death of 23-year-old Janet Chandler of Muskegon, whose body was found in Covert Township. She said she expects to plead to second-degree murder, with a potential 10- to 20-year sentence.Swank, who was Chandler's supervisor at the Blue Mill Inn, was among six people charged with first-degree murder, a charge that carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison with no possibility of parole, if convicted.One of those charged, Robert Lynch, 67, of Three Oaks, pleaded guilty in December to second-degree murder. He faces a prison term of 25 years to life at a sentencing hearing scheduled for Monday.On Thursday in Holland District Court, Arthur Carlton "Carl" Paiva, 54, of Muskegon; James Cleophas "Bubba" Nelson, 59, of Rand, W.Va.; and Anthony Eugene Williams, 55, of Boscobel, Wis. were ordered to stand trial in the case.Paiva, Nelson, Williams and Swank all are expected to appear Jan. 29 in Ottawa County Circuit Court.Swank, who is in her late 40s, testified that she had feelings for Paiva, and was jealous of Chandler's relationship with him. She told the court that she sought retribution by telling Paiva that Chandler was not monogamous.Paiva vowed to "take care of" Chandler, Swank said."They were going to pass her around," Swank said. "They were going to be Ôputting her in her place,' so to speak, because she thought a lot of herself. Bring her down a few notches. Teach her a lesson."Swank said she attended the gathering and watched the attack on Chandler.Freddie Bass Parker, 49, of Powellton, W.Va., is fighting extradition to Michigan, saying he was not in that state when Chandler was killed. A hearing for Parker in West Virginia is set for Feb. 7.The men were working as security guards at the time and were in Holland because they were on assignment at a local labor strike, authorities say. Lynch, Nelson, Parker and Williams were temporarily residing at the Blue Mill Inn.Authorities said Chandler was working her nighttime job as a clerk on Jan. 31, 1979, when she was kidnapped and taken to a house in Ottawa County's Holland Township where she was beaten, raped and strangled.A snowplow driver discovered her body a day later about 35 miles south of Holland in a wooded turnaround on Interstate 196.Interest in the case was revived after a Hope College class produced an 80-minute documentary film about it that aired in January 2004 on a Grand Rapids public television station.