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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1939. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH.; ELEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 1100 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to the regular style of type. The publisher reserves the right to edit or reject any classified advertising copy. Errors in advertising should be reported Immediately The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion Charged ads from responsible parties will be received by telephone and if paid within ten days after day of first insertion cash rates will be allowed. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No ad is taken for less than a basis of twelve words. Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appeared and adjustments made at the rate earned. The Daily Globe makes an earnest effort to keep its advertising columns free from deceptive and dishonest announcements. Readers are requested to report unsatisfactory dealings with any advertiser. Business Service Insurance WINDSTORM INSURANCE is a necessity. See D. D. Reid today. SULLIVAN AGENCY, phone 1970. 25 Moving. Trucking, Storage QUICK, DEPENDABLE trucking and draying. New furniture pads, blankets, for safe moving. Insured. CALL 898-J. CITY DRAY LINE 28 Professional Services BETTER VISION is better iiving. See your optometrist—Dr Wm. D. Triplett. phone 757-R. 28-A Beaut; Parlors CLASSIFIED COST CARD (Minimum charge 36c; up to and including 12 words.) Cash Charge One Insertion 3c per word 4c Two Insertions .. 6c per word 8c Three Insertions . 8c per word lOc Four Insertions ..10c per word lie Five Insertions .lie per word 12c Six Insertions ... 12c per word 13c The above cash rates apply on all ads paid within 10 days from the date of first insertion. Thirteen, twenty-six and fifty- two week rates quoted upon request. Careful attention given to mall orders. Cash rant accompany all out-of-town ads. WHEN AND WHHSE TO PLACE YOUR AM The Classified Advertising Department is situated at The Ironwood Daily Globe building, 118 McLeod Ave. The office is open to receive advertisements from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily. All ads received up until 11 a. m. will appear in editions the »ame day. Ads received after 11 a. m. may be published under "Too Late to Classify" if the advertiser wishes. A BEAUTIFUL PERMANENT is a joy and comfort for a long time. Guaranteed permanents, $2.50 up. Also machineless waves. SELINE BEAUTY SALON 212 S. Marquette St. Phone 1024 SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Employment Help Wanted—Women SECOND COOK at Kelly Hotel, Watersmeet. Call Watersmeet 9000 or write direct. EXPERIENCED waitress—over 20— wanted at once. 20 Silver St., phone 9047. WANTED — Experienced girl for general housework, who can go home nights. Write Box L—Globe. Financial 40 Money to Loan—Mortgages L-0-A-N-S ON YOUR OWN SIGNATURE Quick Confidential Service We make loans on cars and refinance car payments. Also loans on furniture and livestock. Liberty Loan Corporation 221 E. McLeod Ave. Phones 1820-1821 Ironwood, Michigan. :QPB. 1 !>39 BY NtA SEBVICE, INC. T. M. HtC. U. S. PAT. OFF "Why, it's Aunt Emma! And she complained that my dress showed too much back and shoulders!" Merchandise 59 Household Goods 1938 MODEL white porcelain range. High oven type. Priced to sell. Terms. Call after 5 p. m.—247 E. Oak St. Phone 1100 The Ad Taker will gladly assist you if desired so that the copy of your ad is prepared in such a manner as to bring the greatest results to you. Announcements = Personals FUR JACKETS OR CAPES—Latest style made from your old fur coat. $10.00 up! MILTON MURPHY FUR SHOP 226 E. McLeod Ave., Ironwood, Mich. 9 Societies and Lodges NEED MONEY? Quick Cash Loans on Auto or Personal Security. PERSONAL LOAN SYSTEM PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Phone 1718 Schneider Bldg. NEARLY NEW high oven wood range for sale. Terms if necessary. Call 204 West Larch. LIVING ROOM and bedroom furniture. Very reasonable. 734 Sunset Road. Phone 228-M. Merchandise Wanted Co Bay CEDAR and hardwood railroad ties. Highest prices. C. Baumgarten & Son, 1834 Minnesota Ave., Duluth, Minn. Rooms and Board 69 Rooms for Housekeeping THREE ROOM furnished housekeeping apartment with bath, large porch. 222 McLeod Ave Phone 394. BEGINNING TOMORROW— Household furniture—cheap fo quick sale. 226 S. Norfolk, up stairs. WE CAN loan you money to build a new home or remodel your present home. 6% interest. A. W. HOLMBERG AGENCY Representing Detroit & N. Mich. Bldg. & Loan Co. Gogebic Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 58 Live Stock 48 Horses. Cattle. Other Stock ARRIVED SATURDAY, May 13th. Another car of horses, three years old and up. All good broke and right out of work. Priced from $45.00 and up. A number of good thin horses that are very cheap. See these horses before you buy. Very easy terms. Will buy your livestock. FRANK MILES Hurley, Wis. Phone 1049-M THE MORE you tell, the more yoi sell. Tell all and sell all in thi classified ads. 60 Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds LOCKETS for the girl graduate Gold filled $3.00 up. Others as low as $1.00. F. Aukee & Co., E. Aurora St. SAVE up to one-third on your graduate or bride's gift at John Albert's "Lucky G r a d u a t e"— "Lucky Bride Sale." JOHN ALBERT—JEWELER Bus Bldg Aurora St. Ironwood Bino Bldg. Silver St. Hurley 63 Seeds, Plants, Flowers CEMETERY FLOWER BOXES for sale. $2.00 and $2.50. 522 Bundy St Phone 1420-R. 64 Specials at the Stores IRONWOOD LODGE—No. 389 F. & A. M. Regular communication, Thursday, June 8, 1939, at 7:30 p. m. John Mildren, W. M.; C. W. Holt, sec'y. Automotive Automobiles for Sale FORD V8—1934 Tudor. Good appearance. Not an oil-burner! Priced low. Terms. Half mile north U. S. 2 on Country Club road. R. F. D. Box 228. 1935 TERRAPLANE coach. Make bargain offer. 110 West Aurora St Room No. 1. 13 Anto Accessories, Tires, Parts AUTO PARTS—For all maites of cars. Largest stock on range. New and used. Also machine service O. K. AUTO PARTS 2\a VI. Aurora St Phone 710 USED AND RETREADED TIRES from 16 to 22 in. rim sizes and High Pressure Cords. Also new tires. ARTHUR LEHTO, Hurley, Wis. Opp. Iron Exch. Bank. Phone 2234 Business Service 18 Business Serviced Offered IF you want the best prints from your films, bring them to Range Photo Service Phone 2055. JUST ARRIVED—May 23rd. New shipment of good farm work horses. Several matched teams and every horse priced reasonable to buy. Also farm machinery, Fordson tractors and Fordson parts. Highest prices paid for cattle. Will exchange for other livestock. Easy terms. ROVELSKY & CO. Phone 917 Ironwood, Mich. Merchandise 52 Boats and Accessories ELTO-EVINRUDE motors on display — Boyer's Service Station. Dunphy boats, Reach-Wright Ditson and Rawlings athletic equipment. Ray Smeeth, phone 1949-W or 118. WALLPAPER as low as 5c per single roll. Phone 52. IRONWOOD HARDWARE INTERSTATE ICE CO. We handle ice and Coolerators only. Call 496 for prompt delivery. ONE THOUSAND gallons "Kan't Be Beat" paint at $1.49 gallon. IRONWOOD HARDWARE REMOVE old varnish with our electric sanding machine. Johnson Hardware, Bessemer. Phone 44F2. 55A Farm Equipment USED FORDSON TRACTOR in good running shape. $214.00. R. A. HEIDEMANN & CO. Phone 168. 59 Household Goods PHONE 1285 for free demonstration of the new 1939 Maytag. Priced $59.50 up. HURLEY ELECTRIC CO. PLATE GLASS, safety glass. Glass of all kinds. .For service, call PAUL SAUTER CO. Phone 120-R. HAVE DURHAM CROOK service j'our car for your Memorial Day trip. He'll do a thorough job of greasing it and changing to summer oil. Also welding, soldering, vulcanizing at Crook's Garage on U. S. 2, Bessemer, phone 259. ADD many years wear to your fur coat. Have it stored at O'Donnell's Style Shop Fur Dep't. Phone 60. USE DAILY GLOBE CLASSIFIED ADS FOU RESULTS MALLEABLE wood ranges. Many to choose from $5.00 and up. THE NORGE STORE L. W. Van Slyck Opp. library TWO used Sears cabinet sinks. Garvey, Racine, Zerbst Co. 225 West Gogebic. USED DRESSERS—One used Pullman baby coach, $9.95. Big discount on new Innerspring mattresses. RAY'S FURNITURE CO. 311-313 S. Suffolk St. Phone 1793 LARGE genuine leather davenport, brass bed, spring, mattress, leather rocking chair, etc. 265 gal. oil tank. Phone 2151-W. FREE SEWING COURSE Yes, we now have a competent sewing instructress to help you with your sewing problems. Phone 585 for information. JOHNSON MUSIC STORE SPECIAL! One brand new girl's bicycle—only $18.75. ECONOMY BOYS, 116 W. Aurora St. Open evenings. CELEBRATE National Cotton Week by crocheting a bedspread or tablecloth. We recommend Wonder Sheen or Lily 18th Century cotton. Needlepoint headquarters —220 E. Frederick St. GROSE ART NEEDLECRAFT FOR GIFTS for the graduate shop at Hamachek's. Practical gifts for young men and women. REXALL DRUG STORE ELECTRIC floor sander for rent by hour or day. Lawn mowers sharpened. Erickson-Coleman Hardware. 65 Wearing Apparel BOYS' white suite. 1 and 3 piece. Long and short pants. Sizes 3 to 6. Mrs. Patek's Children's & Infant's Shop, 168 Michigan Ave. WALNUT dining room set, 2 sectional book cases. Hadwick at Fairgrounds. GRADUATION SUITS, and accessories. Outfit your boy at a store that specializes in selling men's clothes. SKUD BROS. Next to St. James Hotel—Ironwood USE DAILY GLOBE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RESULTS Real Estate for Rent 74 Apartments and Flats FURNISHED apartment at Morgan Manor. Inquire—Morgan Co office. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment at 369 Silver St., Ironwood. CALL an adtaker at 1100 to rent your house or apartment. 75 Business Places for Rent IF TAKEN AT ONCE Former Miney Moe by right party Rent $125.00 per month. B. A. Morgan. BUSINESS PLACE at 404 Silver St. for rent. Phone 1634. 79 Lake Property for Rent RENT your cottage at the lake. You'll find reliable tenants when you advertise here. 81 Wanted to Rent WANTED 5 or 6 room house. Write Box J—Globe. 15 CURS SET FOR SPEEDWAY Kelly Petillo Out to Crack Single Lap and 10- Mile Records. Indianapolis, May 24— (£>)— Fifteen drivers — one with the avowed purpose of setting two new speed records — wheeled their cars onto the Indianapolis motor speedway today for six hours of qualifying trials (1-7 p. m. CST) for the 500-mile race here Memorial Day. Kelly Petillo of Los Angeles said he would try to break the records of 130.757 miles for a two-and-a- half-mile lap and 130.137 for a 10- mile qualifying run, set only last Saturday by Jimmy Snyder of Chicago. Fifteen cars qualified Saturday and one Sunday. Seventeen starting places in the race remain to be filled. To be eligble, a car must go 10 miles at not less than 110 miles an hour, but only the fastest 33 will start. Others ready for trials today were: Louis Tomei of Portland. Ore.; Joe Thorne of New Rochelle, N. Y.; Floyd Davis of Springfield, 111.; Zeke Meyer of Philadelphia; Tony Willman of Milwaukee; Emil Andres of Chicago; Tommy Hinnershitz of Reading, Pa.; Henry Banks of Royal Oak. Mich.; Ira Hall of Terre Haute, Ind.; Al Miller of Detroit; Louis Webb of Knoxville, Tenn.: Bob Swanson of Los Angeles; Deacon Litz of Dubois, Pa., and Wearne of Pasadena, Calif. Frank CHICAGO TURF MEET TO START TOMORROW More Than a Thousand Horses Are Entered. Chicago, May 24—«P)—The Chicago horse racing season, getting away to its latest start in several years, opens tomorrow with a 27- day meeting at Lincoln fields. The meet has attracted more than a thousand horses from stables throughout the country, including prize winners from Herbert Woolf's Woolford farm, Mrs. Ethel V. Mars' Milky Way stables, Warren Wright's Calumet farm, Charles T. Fischer's Dixiana stable and Valdina farm. Today's Answers To Cranium Crackers Question on page twelve. There will be no concrete in the jole proper. All the concrete has been dug out. Commencement to Be Held Thursday Night in School. Kenton, May 24—Duncan township school's Commencement activities began Friday, May 19, when the senior class presented its Class Day program for the senior and junior high schools. Eugene Goodman, president of the class, was master of ceremony and the following program was presented: Class Poem, Willard Blanchard; class song, Class '39; Class History, Rita Cook; Class Will, Viola Maki; Class Prophecy, Elsie Hill; poem, The Faculty, Reino Seppala. Class Gossip, Esther Altonen; song, boys' quartet; Presentation of Class Picture, Class Heckler, Picture, Martha Bjork; Giftatorian, Rita Cook and Anita Ounapu. Commencement will take place Thursday, May 25, in the auditorum of the Kenton school at 8. The following program will be presented by the students: Processional, Margaret Meagher; Salutatory Address, Anita Ounapu; music. We've Come a Long Way Together, octet; Class Motto, Viola Maki; Class Flower, Elsie Hill; Presentation of the Class Flower, Tommy Roberts and Minerva Hill; piano solo. Reino Seppala; awards. Dinner at Club Tomorrow Night Eugene Goodman; Dich Deane; Class O. E. Worthy Worthy Johnson, principal. Girl, Elsie Hill; Most Most Boy. Eugene Goodman; Valedictory, Martha Bjork; salutatory, Anita Ounapu. Class poem, written by Martha Bjork, read by Willard Blanchard; piano solo, Martha Bjork presenta- :ion of diplomas, H. H. Helman, superintendent. Seniors: Eugene Goodman. J. Richard Deane, Rita Cook, Willard Blanchard, Martha Bjork, Elsie Hill, Reino Seppala, Anita Ounapu, Bertha' Torma. Viola Maki, Ruth Ketola, Esther Altonen. Eighth grade: Beatrice Rappi, Sobert Flinchum, James Grooms, Lawrence Ebert, Alice Hogmire, Betty Pareo, Carol McKittrick, Lesie Wisuri, George Cook, Toivo Potala, Robert Finley, William Rolloff, jyle Luke, Violet Dutcher, Helen Sliemi, Marietta Irish; music, Lolita, >oys' quartet; Valedictory Address, Martha Bjork; Candle Lighting teremony, Eugene Goodman, senior class president; Jack Barnhart unior class president; Class Song written by Ruth Ketola, Class '39 Recessional, Margaret Meagher. The Gogebic country club open dinner and dance will be held at the clubhouse tomorrow night at 7:30 with members and their guests invited to attend. Reservations for the dinner can be made with L. J. Doyle, club president. Interest in the club this spring has surpassed the interest shown in recent years and the improved condition of the golf course this season has led to a great many more players taking an active interest in the game. BLUE PETER Epsom Downs Race to Lord Rosebery Horse; Hy- ponist Way Out. Epsom. Ens., May 24—{/PH-Blue Peter wins the 155th derby today. Fox Cub was second. Heliopolis was third. Carrying the silks of Lord Rosebery, Blue Peter came from behind to "beat 26 other three-years olds and pay 7 to 2. Fox Cub, owned by Edward Esmond, was quoted at 100 to 6 and Lord Derby's Heliopolis, early pace-setter, at 100 to 9. Blue Peter finished the mile and a half four lengths in front of Fox Cub, with Heliopolis another three lengths back. Casanova was fourth as William Woodward's Hyponist, second choice and only American- owned horse in the field, finished out of the money. MISS SALONEN BRIDE OF AUGUST RUUTTILA RECREATION COUNCIL WILL PRESENT PLAY HILLTOPS WITHDRAW FROM 1C 4-A MEET Real Estate for Sale 83 Farms and Land for Sate NINE—40's of cut-over lands. £ miles west of Ironwood on U. S. 2, H. R. Palmquist, phone 2112. 40 ACRE FARM, house, barns, machinery. Anton Cornett, Gile, Wis 84 Houses for Sale MARQUETTE ST. RESIDENCE— Right in the heart of the city- convenient to everywhere. Terms if desired. A. LIEBERTHAL & SON FOR SALE IN ONTONAGON—12 room house and garage. Two blocks from business district. Write John Holmes at Ontonagon, Mich. Box 372. SMALL, MODERN HOME—Hot air furnace, garage. Reasonable. 127 S. Curry St. WAKEFIELD — 8 room modern home for sale. Castile location. Phone 358, Wakefleld. Legal* 91 Legal Notices M«y 22-23-34 NOTICE OP BOABD OF REVIEW OF IBONWOOD TOWNSHIP, GOGEBIC COUNTY, MICHIGAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of Review will be In session for the >urpose of reviewing the assessment roll of Ironwod Township for the year 1939 m Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6th and 'tb, that being the first meeting, and on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 13th and 4th for at least 4 days or as many more lays as It may require to complete the as- essment roll of 1939. The meetings will be In session from 9 o'clock a. m. until 12 o'clock; noon and from 1:30 p. m. until :30 p. m. on the above mentioned dates. Failure to comply with this notice may ose you rights from which the Township Board or the courts cannot relieve you. Dated May 16, 1939. ARTHUR PAKONEN, Cleric of Ironwood Township. USE DAILY GLOBE CLASS- FIED ADS FOR RESULTS Most of Track Squad Will Be Taking Exams. Milwaukee. May 24 —(fl 5 )— The Jarquette university track team will lot compete in the I. C. 4-A cham- ilonships at New York Friday and Saturday, it was announced toda; by Athletic Director Conrad M. Jen J "Slings said final examination wouiu have prevented all but a few members of the team from makini the trip. "It would be unfair to the greate number to send just three or fou boys when more than that have ac tually qualified for the trip." Yesterday's Results (Bv The Aunetittid Pn*ti AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 9, St. Paul 6. Columbus 3, Toledo 2. Kansas City 10, Minneapolis 6. (Only games). AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 3. Detroit 7, Boston 2. Chticago 5, Washington 4. New York 7, Cleveland 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 15, Boston 8. Pittsburgh 13, New York 4. Cincinnati 3, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 1. NORTHERN LEAGUE Eau Claire 2, Fargo 1 (10 innings). Winnipeg 2, Duluth 1. Wausau at Crookston, postponed rain. Superior at Grand. Forks, postponed, schedule change. Tomorrow's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee at Minneapolis. Kansas City at St. Paul. Toledo at Indianapolis. Columbus at Louisville. NORTHERN LEAGUE Eau Claire at Grand Forks. Wausau at Fargo. Superior at Winnipeg. Duluth at Crookston. : unds for Benefit of Township Children's Band. Kenton, township May 24—The Duncan recreational council, is Shoots the Work," for the benefit of the Duncan dren's band. township WPA chil- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Strong Oolong By Merrill Blosser OH.LAWsy AH THINK HE'S OE GHOST OB SOME MITCH- HIKER. WHO ear THAT AHEAD, GEORGES HE'S ' CERTAINLY AN OOO- LOOKINS HITCHHIKER; MtflTTAH I GIMLET, Y DID HE \ err OAT K WAY ON _/ L JUST RETURNED FROM THE BOSTON TEA PARTY AND THE BRITISH ARE COMING r ME LOOKS MOPE LIKE SOME root. WHO GOT THROWN FROM H6 CAMEL. .'SEE WHAT HE WANTS/ LONG WAY FUM The play will be presented in the Kenton high school auditorium the evening of June 1 at 8 o'clock. The characters, all home talent, are as follows: Aunt Susie, Mrs. T. E. Roberts; Joy Herbert, Shirley McKittrick; Scarlet Dean, Mrs. S. L. Dersnah; Laura Dawson, Mrs. R. Nuoffer; Madame Zola, Mrs. T. Haarala; Mrs. Edward Dunning, Murrah Shelley; Portia Lark, Geraldlne McKittrick; Orma Graves, T. E. Roberts; La Salle Johnson, H. H. Hellman; Johnny Rogers, W. W. Wallen; Slick Conway, M. C. Christenson. The Duncan township WPA children's band will be started in Sidnaw, May 22, and in Kenton May 23, under the instruction of Floyd Green of Sidnaw. Mr. Green was recently appointed to the position of junior recreation leader and will conduct classes in music in the schools, free of charge to all children interested. Instruments will be furnished by the recreational council for all those who cannot afford them. This project will be of educational value to the children of this township. BADGER NINE.STOPS WOLVERINES 6 TO 2 Bob Henrichs Pitches Hitless Ball for 5 Frames. Madison, Wb., May 24—</P>—Bob Henrichs hurled the University of Wisconsin to a 6 to 2 victory over Michigan in a Big Ten baseball game here yesterday. Henrichs held the visitors hitless for the first five innings and then, favoring an injured shoulder, eased up to allow seven safeties during the next four frames. He struck out 12. Howard Palmer, Badger second string right fielder, paced the Wisconsin attack with three singles. Score: Michigan 000 000 002—2 7 3 Wisconsin . ...020 001 30x—6 12 0 Pretty Home Wedding Solemnized in Trout Creek. Trout Creek, May 24—Miss Viola Salonen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Salonen of Trout Creek and August Ruuttila, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Ruuttila, of Green, were married at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, May 18, at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. F. W. Kaskinen, pastor of the Finnish Lutheran church. Miss Salonen wore a floor length gown of embroidered organdy with ITSFI1CONCERI Specialty Numbers Featured on Program Friday Night. Ontonagon, May 24—The Ontonagon high school band students and their director, Paul H. Gilbert, completed another successful year of music Friday night when they presented their final concert of the school year. The concert was enjoyed by a large audience. The several special numbers featured George Parker who played a baritone solo, Gustav Koch and Kathleen Yeadon who played a cornet duet accompanied by the band, and the trombone quartet consisting of Jack Emmons, Arnold Knickerbocker, Reino Metsala and Jerome . Hoefferle. The novelty number of the program, "Ragtime Wedding." which was played and acted out by the band students in comical dress, was enjoyed. Following the "Wedding," Mrs. John Stevens presented Mr. Gilbert with a large bouquet of gladiolas. roses and daffodils in behalf of the parents of the students as their appreciation for his work. Mr. Gilbert was also presented with a purse of silver. The following program was played by the band: Law ana Order, march. Alford; Stradella, overture, F. VonFlotow; The Old Home Down on the Farm, Harlow, baritone solo, George Parker; Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral. Lohengrin, Wagner. Northern Pine, march, Sousa; Cornfield Melodies, Gates; Sing Me a Chantey with a Ho-Heave Ho, Wellesby, boys' glee club; March Heroic, Holmes; Student Prince, selection, Romberg; Buddies, cornet ; duet, Romberg by Gustav Koch and Kathleen Yeadon; National Music Educators, march, Mader. Pilgrims' Chorus (Tannhauseri. Wagner; Trombone quartet. Jack Emmons, Arnold Knickerbocker, Jerome Hoefferle and Reino Metsala^ Ragtime Wedding, novelty number, Yoder; Michigan on Parade, march, King. The personnel of the band consists of the following: Clarinets: Watson Reynolds, Betty Peltier, Margaret Scott, Mary Brookins, Helen Junttila, Leo Labyak, Ruth LeMoine, Kathleen Gilson, Katherine Henry, Polly Stevens, Jack Townsend, Eleanore Roehm. Patricia Prolx, Donald Spotten; a short net veil. Her flowers were white roses, carnations and sweet peas. She was attended by Miss Esther »«*.v, 0 ii TK, ~ ^ c^t Salonen, a sister, and Mrs. Leonard H * nzVM ?'7 ^tchell, BernardSpot- flute, Ruth Whitman; trumpets: Oustav Koch, Vivian Barry, Kathleen Yeodon, Anita Hanson, Doris Kekki, a sister of the groom, who were dressed in rose crepe and rose lace, respectively. Both wore corsages of sweet peas and roses. The groom's attendants were Oiva Niska and Leonard Kekki. During the services Mrs. Kaskinen sang "O Perfect Love." After the services the Rev. and Mrs. Kaskinen sang a duet. A wedding reception for 100 guests was held after the ceremony. Pink and white crepe paper and spring flowers were used to decorate the home. The couple left for a two weeks' wedding trip to Chicago and Detroit. Upon their return they will make their home at Green where Mr. Ruuttila is owner of a grocery store. TROUT CREEK SENIORS TO GRADUATE MAY 25 Trout Creek, May 24 —Graduation exercises will take place Thursday, May 25, at the high school gym. Following are the names of the graduates: Reino Kohtala, Harris Warner, Lillian Lundberg, Arvid Besonen. Joseph Cameron, Bertha Dove, Steve Klosno, John Roxbury, Wlljo Harju and William Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. George, Mattson and children spent the week end ten, Lydia Sellers, Robert Black; Dorothy Erickson, Jack Benik, and Doris Mackey. Alto horns: Betty Zimmers, Kathryn Nipert. Elaine Flora. Dorothy Nipert, Arlis Willette; soxophones: Blanche Nelsen, Arnold Gauthier, Evelyn Johnson, Ruth Henry. Dorothea Lantto, Mary Belle Yoder; baritones: George Parker and Lottie Parker. Basses: Harold Gauthier and Robert Parker; trombones: Jack Emmons, Reino Metsala, Arnold Knickerbocker, Jerome Hoefferle, Donald LeMoine and Dunstan Lantto; percussion: Frank Derrow, Paul Skantz, Jack Ross; drum majors: Gladys Hamm, Polly Stevens and Lois Hills. Mrs. Francis Guzek entertained her bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Honors were awarded to Miss Margaret Robinson and Miss Grace Johnston. Following the card playing refreshments were served the guests by the hostess. Misses Marion Theiler, Mildred Theiler, Grace Johnston and Mrs. Walter Leiser spent the week end visiting the Harry Theiler family' at Tomahawk. Mrs. Clyde Penegor of Champion is here visiting at the George Gauthier home on the Rockland Road, being called here because of the serious illness of her father. visiting with relatives in Bessemer, j George Gauthier Sr. Miss Dora Klosno was a caller in Ironwood Saturday. Miss Helmi Palo of Negaunee was a guest of Miss Vernice Richards over the week end. Yesterday's Stars (By The Aiuociaud preui Johnny Vander Meer, Reds— Hurled the Reds to their eighth straight with a seven hit performance to nip the Dodgers 3-2. Steve Mesner, Cubs—Subbing still 'or the ailing Dick Bartell he got .wo singles and a double and batted in four runs as the Cubs whaled the Bees 15-8. Trnett Sewell, Pirates—Pitched a six hit game in beating the Giants 13-4. Bill McGee, Cards—Kept the revitalized Gas House Gang atop the National League, scattering six ~>hillie hits, and winning by 6-1. Henrich, Dickey, Gordon, and Rolfe, Yankees—They all homered. Results of Fights iBj me Auocltted Ptcui New York—Davey Day, 137, Chf- ago, stopped Pedro Montanez, 144 -4, Puerto Rico, (8). Barry and Beebe; Bietila. Henrichs and Garrison, 139, Kansas City, (10). -Roy Lazer, 200, . , . outpointed LeRoy Haynes, 198. Philadelphia (10). Newark, N. J. Paterson, N,. j. Mr. and Mrs. J; E. Cote and son spent Sunday as guests of Mrs/ Cote's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bahan at Rockland. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ham motored to Ironwood Sunday where they were accompanied by their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Englund, who had been spending the last several days visiting in Ontonagon, having come here to attend the funeral of the late Frank Johnson Saturday afternoon. BAND LEADER DIES Bice Lake Wis., May 24—W5~ Paul Liebau, 55, well known in northwestern Wisconsin as an orchestra leader and composer of band music, died at his home Monday night. He had lived in Rice Lake 22 years. New Bedford, Mass.—Mike Kaplan, 144, Boston, stopped Ray Napc- litano, 146, Brooklyn (9). [SAVE WITH THE BEN GERTZ SYSTEM SEE THE NEW 1939 WOOD, COAL, GAS AND ELECTRIC EXCLUSIVELY AT THE BEN GERTZ FURNITURE 134 W. Anon Next to Ullareb* Faint CASH OB c*rorf Prepare Your Car Now For Its MEMORIAL DAY TRIP •Greasing •Washing •Polishing MUD MINNOWS For The Fisherman Fred Howe Sinclair Gas & Oil Phone 10 U8-2 btmwooi