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December 13, 1955

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% Women’s Activities ß. & B. W. Club Dinner Party Wednesday Night rhe MscHDHbt) Business and Pro» fessional Woman'« Club will hold h dinner meeting tind Christmaa paily Wednesday at 0:45 p m. »t I tit' Sherman Hotel. Each member is asked to donate m toy or other gift to be sent to the children at Michigan Slat« Hospital in Newberry. The program will be in keeping * ith the holiday se.ison. Mi-*. Walter Wickert in chair* man of the committee for the party, assisted by Miss Josephine Rvan, Mr#. M. D. Perring and Mi.v* Alice Kvam. I er.sonciis Miss Doris Nolden ha* arrived by plane from Los Angeles and will sp»nd the Christmas holiday* with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nolden, 1310 8th Ave Mrs. Clifford M Beaudin h.n arrived from Detroit to sp« nd the Christmas holidays with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Clifford C. Ro.tndin Jr. of 612 S. 15th St. In mid-January, Mrs. Beaudm will leave for Lake Worth, Kla . for the remaining winter months. Jo«' Friedgen, student at Michigan State University at East Lansing, i* spending the Christmas holidays at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Fr.edges of 537 N. 18th St Tom McDermott, son of Mrs. Georg« McDermott of 524 S. 7th St., is spending the holiday vacation from Michigan State University at the home, of his mother. Mrs. Ernest Anderson of Ford River has returned after spending the past two weeks at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. Rock Elementary Pupils Will Present Operetta LaCosse. Edward Linjala, Charles Lamp), Robert Mak¡, Hayden Micheau. George Micheau, Carl Norkooli, Brand Nummilien, James Raiai.i, Michael Ruotsala, Wayne Sharkey. William Tovra, Marvin Tulla. Lyle Trombly and Ernest Vallier. Carol Singers— Mike Aalto, Timmy Barron, Mary Jane Four* nei Robert Hanien Bett) n il, Carol Kanerva, Laurel LaCos.se, Henry Lampi. Joanne Makela, Laurie Jill Mankiewiez, Jean McIntyre. Rickie Mikkiit and Alan Niemela. Chnnis Chorus—Wayne Anderson. Evelyn Hireh. Michael Bartlett. Sharon Caver, Wayne Fournier. Bette l/OU Ha I meo i a Teddy Hansen, Leslie Hill. Billy Johnson, Todd Kaminen. David Kanetvi, Tom Koski. Linda Ko* Dewine l^iConse Cosse, Jim La Fond. Lampi. Sandra Lehto. CiAY FAVORS, made by members of the art committer of Mt. Francis Auxiliary, will be on the trays of patients in At. Francis Hospital on C hristmas. Working on the holiday project are, left, to right, Mrs. John Arnold. Mrs. Karl Dickson, who Is chairman of the art committee and Mrs. Roy H. Johnson. (Dally Pre*s Photo) *Veor W ith Confidence! SociJ-CU Mineral Queen The Mineral Queen Lodge will meet Wednesday, Dec. 14. at Grenier’s hall. Mrs. John Peltier will act as hostess of the evening. • * • Flat Rock IM A. A regular meeting of the Fiat Rock PT.A. will be held today, Dec. 13, at 8 p. m. at the school. An interesting program has bet n planned with Steve Baltic giving a talk and demonstration on square dancing. Lunch will be served. • • • Pentrco*lal Aid The I^idie^’ Aid of the Pentecostal Church, 1500 N. 19th St., will hold a business meeting Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the church All members are asked to attend for the annual election of officers Gifts will be exchanged during the make social hour. Mrs Walter Hanson grad« and Mrs. Nancy Watz at* host- Haplist Aid The monthly Missionary and business meeting of the Calvary Baptist Ladie* Aid will be held this evening at 7:30 at the C. V. Franz home. 926 Sheridan Road. Webster School Pupils Will Give Program Thursday Webster School pupils will give their annual Christmas program ’rhursday, Dec. 15, at 2 p. m. at the school. The program will open with Christmas song* by the kindtrgar- ten groups, followed by a musical playlet, “Santa’s Helpers," by Mildred L. Miller, which will be presented by grades 1-6. The cast of characters is: John, I<oren Wangerin; Tom, Douglas Nelson; Mother, Mary Cretens; Betty, Carol Ottensman; Father, Kent McMartin: Santa Claus, John Hensen; Mrs. Santa Claus, Darlene Burnard. Santa’s Helpers, who will sing traditional carols and other Christmas songs will be: Shoe- 5th grade: Soldiers. 1st snowflakes. 3rd grade; Toymakers, 3rd grade: Animal Makers. 4th and 5th grades: Doll Makers, 2nd grade; Friends. 6’h grade. Muss Betty Leisering will oe, accompanist. Son First Child In Beggs Family First Lieutenant and Mrs. Stanley Lyman 'Steve* Beggs 149 Trunk Drive. Dayton. Ohio, welcomed their first child Dec. 12. a son. born at the base hospital at Wright Patterson Air Field where Lt. Beggs is stationed. The baby weighed 6 pound* and 10 ounces at birth. Mrs. Beggs Is the former Joyce Bolger. The new member of the family is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bolger. Lake Shore Road and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Beggs, 1308 Ludington St.. and the first great grandchild of Mrs, Edward F. Bolg**r, M)6 S 9th St., Escanaba. and Mr and Mrs Lyman L. Beggs of Pensacola, Fla. C ircle 5 Meeting Circle 5 of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Scott Eagleson, 227 Ogden Ave. Members are asked to have their at the church gifts for the Mission. CLurch C^venh Chorus Rehearsal The Ladies’ Chorus of Ev. Covenant Church will meet for re-1 hearsal Wednesday at 7:30 p. m District Nurses Hold Christmas Party The Delta District Nurses Association held a Christmas dinner party Monday evening at Terrace Garden». The affair also was a shower for Miss Cora Peltier, R N., who will be a bride in January. The group presented Miss Peltier with beautiful gifts. Attractive decorations for the holiday dinner were in a seasonal theme. HOCK—«"Red Candles," an operetta in two acts, will be presented during the Christmas program at Rock High School Thursday, Dec, 15, beginning at 6 30 p m , by the elementary grade pupils. Principal chaiarters are; Gilda Nansen. Robyn Saari; Jibby, Beth.vl Mankiewicz; Mabel, a schoolmate, Laurie Jill Mankiewicz; Spirit of Christmas, Bonnie Campbell, Santa Claus, Robert Salmi; Lawyer Stodge, guardian of Gilda and Jibby, Gary Johnson; Tedd.\, Snidge's spoiled son, Jim Lund. Miily, Sally Saari; Celia, Cecilia Kuiack; Mary,» Mary Margaret Horgan, Madam Clara, mother of Gilda and Jibby, Alice Salmi; Patsy, a waif, Virginia Vandenbusche. Operetta Group Members the various groups are: Dream Chorus composed of the kindergarten group. Ellen Bakka. Jim Barron, Vickie Carlson, Judy Cayer, Bil’.v DeBacker, Harold Hilling, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Rita Kaukola. Jean Kivela, Cindy Kossow. Terry Larson, Elena Lehto, Judy Linjala, Nancy Linjala, Carol l.ip- pens, Linda Lipiwns. Bobby McIntyre. Susan Mikkila, Carol N.e- mela. Sandra Oja, Armie Posenke, Jeanne Rajala, Lynn Roberts, Matt Ruotsala, Donna Verbrig- ghe. Gerard Vermote. Judy Wal- imaa. Dale Weingartner. Nancy Weldum and Judy Yeadon. Snowflakes — Jams Ahlgren, Janet Barron. Jacqueline Kaminen, Christine Kanerva, Mary Kay Kaukola. Janis Maki. Arleen M icheau. Connie Norkoli, Sharon Nummilien. L.nda Russell. Rita Russell. Nancy Salo, Marilyn Small and Sally W.tak Gnomes—William Bakka Douglas Campbell. Jeffrev Carlson, .lame* Halmeoja, James LaCosse, James Lippens, Larry Lippens, Robert Li|>peus, Robert Mankiewicz. Stephen Nelson. Dermis Verbrigghe and Bernard Vermote Di.ll of Hooden Soldier* Santa’s Reindeer—Jeffrey Carlson and RolK»rt Mankiewicz _ Nymphs—Nancy Barron. Evei.vn B rch. June Kivela. Karen Lin- | nOITIDSOn jala. Jean Linjala. Diane Lip- penan, Judith Mattila. J^>is McIntyre. Sand* a Nummilien Arline Posenke. Phvllis Rajala, Mary I xmi Saari. Bettv Severson, Dorothv Tulla and Maida Tulla 'Hie Toytown Express and Drill of the Wooden Soldiers—Patrick DeBacker. R chard Caver. William Johnson. James La Fond, David Johnson. Larry Johnson, William Kaukola. Michael Ku­ iack Rf*bert Kossow, Dm.»Id La- Cossc Larry LaCosse. Richard DAILY PRESS Fseanaha, December 13. 19.VS f | .............................................—...... Second Set bf Twins * In Delapiazza Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delapiazza of Norway announce the birth of twin sons, Dec. 9 at Memorial Hospital, Iron Mountain. The babies, the second set of twin* in the in* - lly, have been named Robert Allan and Richard Alfred Their twin sisters, who are two, are Sheryl Ann and Shelley Rene Mi Delapiazza is the former Jam *4 Schoen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schoen of Perronville. The paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Angelo Delapiazza of Detroit. , Terry Kulju, Donald La- Dorothea Ronnie ENGAGED — Announcement is made of the engagement of Mi*« llelen Jane St. Martin, daughter of Mrs. Klnjer A. St. Martin. »09 S. *th St.. and the late Mr. St. Martin, and LeRn* C. Finn, son of Mrs. l.ouUe Finn. S08 S. 19th St. A June wedding is planned. Lindstrom. John Lippens. Gus Mattila. Linda Mattila. Jimmy Ranta. Ruth Ranta, Joyce Salo, Tom Sharkey. Henry erbrigghe, Joe Verbrigghe. and Ia*slie Vutala. The program Is under the direction of the teachers of the elementary grades. Mrs, Betty .Pelkie. Mrs. Claudia Hoffman. Mrs Mary Nelson. Mrs. Jean Vogt and John Small. Rock schools will close for a two weeks Christmas vacation after school session Friday, Dec 16 School will reopen Monday, Jan. 2 Perkins Third Order The annua! Chnstrnas party uill c»f be held bv members of thè Third we Order *»f St Francis Thursdav, at Dee li», in St. Joseph'* parish Mr hall. Gifts will be exchanged. Gr Mr. and Mil. Francis T. Brown, 2203 25th Ave S., aie the patent# of a son. Thomas Michael, born Dec. 12 at St Francis Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds. Mrs. Brown is the former Flame De- r*wher. Mr. and Mrs. Fr»*d Da ei Manistique residents siding at Pontiac, ate tl of a daughter. Crystal weighed 7 pounds and 1 29 1/iii Garden St. Theres*'* Circle Mrs. Fred Rocheforte entertained St. Theresa’s Circle at her home Wednesday. A regular business meeting was followed by an afternoon of cards and lunch. The group planned pa rtv. Chr istmi Mrs Alpha Thibault Is visiting at Chicago W’lth relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber and son, Timothy, of Iron Mountain visiti'd at the Vtctiw Bor g a home recently. Community Club The Thompson Community Club met Thursday evening at the school for a 7 p m.. pot luck supper The table was decorated with greens, a small Christmas tree and candles There were 32 members present. After a shorl business meeting the group square danced snd George Tufnell called. Guests of the club were Mrs Wilbur McCreary and Mr. and Mrs Tufnell. Morning Star Party Morning Star Lodge will hold a Cnristinas party with an exchange of gifts Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the North Star Hall. Potluck lunch will be served. Cornell The furry texture of this bulky bag and cute bonnet or b*«nd set makes this a “must” for youi Winter Wardrobe. These are the perfect accessories for day-or- date-time costumes So easy to sew, so nice to wear. Pattern No. 2M7 contains pattern pieces for bug. bonnet and headband: material requirements; sewing directions. Rend 2S cents in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT Es- eanaba Daily Press, 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, Illinois Now available—the 1955 Needle work ALBUM printed in attractive oolors. It contains 56 pages of lovely designs—plus 3 gift patterns, directions printed in book. Only 25 cents a copy! Venison Supper The Cornell Parent and Teachers club met at the Cornell Town hall and made final plans for the serving of the annual venison supper at the Cornell Hall today, Dec. 13, when the potato growers will be hosts to members of the Escanaba Rotary club. Announcements also were made for the annual school Christmas party to be held Saturday night Dec. 17 at the hall, sponsored by the Parent Teachers Club and the'Cornell Lions. Mrs. Robert Thompson was in charge of the lunch. Teachers of the school Edith Rosenquist, Ethel Larson and John Christensen of Escanaba attended the meeting. Christian Science Societe “Is the Universe. Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?” will be the subject of the Lesi»on- Sermon to be read at Christian Science services Sunday. Man’s God-given dominion over sickness of every kind will be emphasized in readings from the King Janies Version of the Bible including the following selection from Jeremiad (17:14): “ileal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed: save me, and I shall be saved: lor thou art my praise.” Lions l.adies Night A dinner party was enjoyed Sunday night at the Cornell Hall by the Cornell Lions and their ladies. The tables were decorated with miniature Christmas trees. Santa made his appearance following the dinner. Games were led by Mrs. Alfred Dahl Sr. and Mrs. Morton Shire. The group also played dart ball. The party was W'ell attended. NOW you can buy this brand new SINGER’ PORTABLE ^ìljertij C- Iirislmas f arih ! COUJPUIKHER ner. What better way to say it than with a pair of genuine Acme cowboy boots! COW PUNCHERS Six 8Vi to 3 SC 95 Size 5Vi to 8 $0-95 Free! while they last . . . cap gun or pr. spurs with ever» pr. 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