The Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 27, 1996 · Page 5
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June 27, 1996

The Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 5

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Community THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml —Thursday, June 27,1996 Pages Happenings Presbyterian service set -~ ^ «»>9regat><>r> °» the First Presbyterian Church of n £^ 5° Besse ™ r community Sunday at 9 a.m. at the service '" Besselr>er for * e " One Cation Under God" church There will be no service Sunday at the Ironwood church. Boating safety class set n' o-~7. A Wiscons ' n boating safety class will be given , 10 and 12 in Mercer from 8 a.m. to noon each day at the shelter building at Carow Tourist Pa*. The course instructors are Jillian Kirchhoff and Kelly Kohegyi To p re- register, call the Iron County Extension Office at 561-269S or the Mercer DNR office at (715) 476-2240. , Wisconsin law requires that no person under 12 may operate a motorboat. Persons 12 years to 16 years o! age must pass a boating safety course to operate a motorboat. Parents or guardians are punishable by law for knowingly allowing unauthorized persons to operate a motorboat. Floats needed for parade Floats are needed foe the Festival Ironwood '96 "60s and 60s Cruise Night," set for Saturday, Jury 20. The theme for the parade is "Let The Good Times Roll." Wheeled vehicles only will be allowed to participate. II interested in taking part, call 932-3400. UW requesting applications The Gogebic Range United Way is presenting requesting applications for funding for Fiscal Year 1 997. All applications must be in the United Way office by August 1 and should reflect that requesting organizations be non-profit, 501(c) with a volunteer board. Requests can be made by contacting Julie Ahnen, executive secretary, at 667-0438, and an application will be mailed to you. Sunday church schedule set Worship services will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday at me Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration in Ironwood. Taking part in Sunday's service are the Rev. Jim Kelsey of Marque- tie, who will celebrate Rite II of the Holy Eycharisl; Tom Komsie and Geri Sola, lectors; Norma Willett and Kathleen Codd, greeters-ushers- Gmny Bravatto and Martha Schauss, oblators; Darryl Site, acolyte- Georgianna Ives, chalice bearer; Gil Kangas, prayers and announce^ merits; and Dot and Byron Buckeridge, coffee hour. A strawberry social is set for Thursday, Jury 12 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., with tickets available at the door. Today AA meeting, 7:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, Hurley. AA and Alanon meetings, 7:30 p.m., St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, Mercer, Wis. AA meeting, 7:30 p.m., Union' Hall, White Pine. • "Serenity Seekers" (AA and Alanon), 7:30 p.m., St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, Mercer, Wis. Emotions Anonymous Support Group, 7 p.m., library, Satem Lutheran Church, Ironwood. CSS Support Group for Divorced Children, 6 p.m. CSS Office, 105 S. Mansfield, Ironwood Survivors Group for Widowed Persons, 11:30 a.m., Gogebic Senior Center, Ironwood. Golden Years Senior Citizens Association, 2 p.m., Iron County Senior Center, Hurley, followed by dinner at the Towne House. Friday Alcoholics Anonymous and Alanon, noon, Salem Lutheran Church, Ironwood. AA and Alanon, 7:30 p.m. (EOT), Ontonagon Village Housing. ^ Alcoholics Anonymous, 7:30 p.m., Our Lady of Peace Church, Ironwood. Alcoholics Anonymous, 7:30 p.m. (EOT), Rockland Community Building. ' ' Players Club, 6 p.m Suqar Shack, Gile, Wis. at 6:30 at the Towne'House in Ironwood to finalize plans for the reunion to be held Juty 6 at the Towne House. All dass members are welcome to attend. Class of 1977 The J,E. Murphy High School class of 1977 will hold an organizational meeting tonight at 7 at the Huriey City Hall, 405 Fifth Avenue. All local classmates are asked to attend or contact Kathy Bymsat561-2844. Davis, Puritan, Geneva, Ironton reunion A reunion for Davis, Puritan, Geneva and Ironton location residents will be held Wednesday, July 3 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Bluff View Park in Bessemer. Family and friends are welcome. you're £>nvited Calendar Friday Advisory Board, Iron County Revolving Loan Fund at Impact Seven Office, Almena, Wis., depart at 7.30 a.m. at Highline for 11 a.m. meeting. Reunion ftiotes Class of 1951 The Luther L. Wright High School class of 1951 will hold a reunion planning meeting tonight Steak dinner A steak dinner, at a cost of $9.50 per person, wiH be held Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Bessemer American Legion Post 27, held in conjunction with Bessemer's Summer Festival. Friday Noon Series The Ironwood Theatre's Friday Noon Series will Nick Nyderek, pianist. There is a $2 admission lor the concert, which begfns at 12:10 p.m. Dance The A.D. Johnston High School class of 1999 is sponsoring a dance Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight at the high school in Bessemer. Admission is $3 and- concessions will be availbate. Music will be provided by Spectrum. Salad luncheon A salad luncheon will be held at the All Saints Lutheran Church in Wakefiefd on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All Saints Youth Group te sponsoring the event, with proceeds being used tor Norman Hongteto's trip to Tanzania next summer. A variety of salads wM be available. A free-will donation wM be received. Berrte* fectival The annual "ffs the Berries" Festival wW be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Waketield High School gymnasium. The festival w» feature strawberry shortcakes and strawberry sundaes provided by the Wakefield Historical Society and the Wakefietd Chamber of Commerce. Breakfast and lunch wiH be available, and several crafters have resreved space to seU their homemade articles: Sharon salad luncheon The Sharon Lutheran Church will hold its annual salad luncheon on Friday, July 5. The event vrtl be held from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the church, located at 110 E. SsHar Street The luncheon win feature tempting van- ties of tasty salads and bars. Proceeds from the luncheon benefit Fortune Lake Bfcte Camp and will be matched by the Western U.P. Branch of Lutheranhood No. 8815. Tickets, which are $3.50, are available at the church. Rock, gem show The Stonehead Lapidary and Mineral Club will hold its annual rock and gem show on Friday, Jury 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, July 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Mineral River Plaza in White Pine. There wilt be a silent auction, native copper, native silver, raw materials, grab bags and door prizes. The Odd Couple' The Harbor Town Players will Ernest and Royce .... man July 3, 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m and Jury 7 at 1 p.m. at the Ontonagon High School cafetorium General admission is $4. Ice cream social, bazaar, bake sale The Calvary Lutheran Church of Minocqua, Wis. will hold its annual ice cream social, bazaar and bake sale on Wednesday, July 10. The bazaar will begin at 9 a.m., followed by a luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Calvary is.lo- cated on Highway 51 between Woodruff and Minocqua. girths Tyler Saari GREEN BAY, Wis. — Paul and Victee Saari of Green Bay are parents of a son, Tyler Daniel Saari, bom June 19. Grandparents are Donald and Lynda Hill of Ironwood, Bonnie and John Schlais of Ironwood, and Dennis Saari of Daggett, MlCtl. Great-grandparents are Earl and Evelyn Hill of Ironwood, Hetvi Pelkola of Hurley, John and Bonnie Marti of Mercer, Wis., Betty Saati of Ironwood, and August Saari of Ironwood. JaykeMeyers WAUSAU, Wis. — Stephanie Morzerrti-Meyers and Jed Meyers of Wausau are parents of a son Jayke Anthony John Meyers, bom June 18 at the Wausau Hospital. Grandparents are the late Kenneth John and Colleen Jane Morzenti, Alyce Meyers and the late Ralph Meyers. Great-grandparents are Bessie DaPra of Hurley and Angeline Meyers of Wausau. Jacob Roberta RAMSAY — .Sarah Hamberg and Mike Roberts of Ramsay are parents of a son, Jacob Michael Roberts, bom June 21 at 'The Birth Place," Grand View Hospi- Grandparents are Gordon and Traci Hamberg, Rick and Shirley KernpsW, and Gene and Karen LaCosse. Great-grandparents are Toivo and Taimi Hamberg. Woodcarving expo set BESSEMER — The Gogebic Range Woodcarvers- llth annial Woodcarving Exposition will be held Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p m Again this year the show be held at the Bessemer Auto New Car Showroom, located on Highway 2, one-half mile wewst of the stop light in Bessemer. v The public is welcome to attend this event and view some of the finest carvings in the Midwest. The show features 20 carving categories with cash prizes to competitors. There will be carving displays by carvers, carvings for sale, demonstrations, woodcarving books and supplies, along with wildlife art. Admission for the event is still only $1 for adults and 60 cents for students. Children under six are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. For more information on the expo, call 663-4980. HAPPY 18th BIRTHDAY!! Cove Alom, Aunty and Uncle 'Cabin Home: Myth and Reality on a Northern Lake' opens Saturday What force drives a person to, for over 70 years, spend the entire summer at a remote cottage on the shore of a large northern lake? For artist Fred Brian, it was a love for both the simplicity of life and the hidden complexity of existence in this region; it was a desire to uncover secrets in the wild and translate them into artwork. In its ninth annual exhibition with artist Fred Brian, the Pine Tree Gallery of Ironwood announces the opening of "Cabin Home: Myth and Reality on a Northern Lake," a showing of new work to run from Saturday through July 14 at the gallery. A reception for the artist will be held Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. and will include a discussion on the inspiration of Brian's personal vision' and his art. This recerit work by Brian, who has spent a good portion of his life at Lake Gogebic, includes paintings, prints, and drawings that explore the realities of the Upper Peninsula's wilderness, combined with myths of childhood memories, Native American and immigrant cultures, and life experience. It is this subtle contrast of daily life in the Lake Superior Basin and the images that lie behind the surface of a historically rich area that makes Brian's work striking and original. Brian was born in Normal, 111. in 1924 raised in Bloomington and, locally at Lake Gogebic, where his family has owned land since 1923. He served as an Air Corps pilot in World War H and returned to study printmaking at the University of Iowa in 1947. For over 70 years, artist Fred Brian has witnessed changes in the culture and environment of the region. His personal view, In paintings/ prints and drawings, is from the vantage point of a cottage on Lake Gogebic. His artwork will be on display in an exhibition fitted "Cabin Home: Myth and Reality on a Northern Lake," which opens at the Pine Tree Gallery in Ironwood on Saturday, with a public reception at 7 p.m. In 1952 he established the printmaking department at Illinois Wesleyan University and held the position until his retirement in 1984. Brian is an accomplished artist in a variety of print media. He works as well in oil,.watercolor, ink and pencil, and experiments in mixed media drawing. Producing hand printed JetterpreM , broadsides from hi» own writing, he al*o print* the work of a number of other poets. Brian's work is widely collected in the United States and abroad, and he baa participated in over 175 one-man and group exhibitions, many of them of international status. The personal and spiritual vi-' sion that emanates from the artist's work is based on memories, tales, and superstitions that. blend and contrast to reveal a truly unique personal mythology, . and one man's insight into our, culture admid the untameable , wilderness. " • • Brian's work suggests to its viewers that they see the region • through new eyes, to recognize' the undertones layered through history; undertones that are of-' ten buried to the casual observer ' but integral in understanding the ' land. The exhibition and reception for i "Cabin Home: Myth arid Reality on a Northern Lake," is free to the public. For more information, contact the Pine Tree Gallery, : 824 East U.S. 2, Ironwood: {906)' 932-5120; Hongisto moved up in administration NORWAY, Mich. — .-Andy Hongisto, a former Wakefield native and graduate of the Wakefield Township Schools, has been selected to the new position of principal of the grades Kindergarten to Grade 8 in the Nor- Thank You x: The Family of Rose Jiongo extends a special acknowledgement to NORMAN HONGISTO, her son-in-law, who gave his love and devotion to her during her illness. ONE PHONE CALL and you awake a SELLING GIANT Call Classified 932-2211 PED'S AUTO REPAIR Wakefield wiH be CLOSED J«(y4tfitlirajriy14tii -flE-OPENING JULY 15th- "Gone Fishing" 103 West U.S. 2 Wakefield, Michigan 49968 006)229-6100 Fax: (906) 229-6190 Providing over 20 years of service to our community Child and Family Services Individual and Couple Counseling Depression Screening ADHD/Behavioral Evaluations Psychiatric Consultations Crisis Intervention Monday-Friday: 8KX> a.m.-4:3O pjn. Evening Hours by Appointment (9O6) 229-612O After hours, weekends and holiday crisis line: (906) 867-0712 Service lees are basod on me ability to pay. Ws accept an Insurances. HOMEOWNERS! i ttvtng from paycheck to paycheckl Crmmicfe H1W57-44U noMU-mi way-Vulcan Public Schools. In addition to his duties as principal, he will also handle the job of special education director and the Title I Coordinator. During his tenure at:the Norway-Vulcan schools, Hongisto has been a teacher, the elementary principal and last year, the middle school principal. . Wedding Invitations 20% off! For a Gift Sure to Please Consult Our Current Couples Registered Jackie McMullin & Craig Olson July 6. 19% Lori HoyeA Jeff Ahol. July t3, 19% Member BrocVhagen & Dave Raulioh Aug. 3, 1996 ' Paillette Jurakovich & Adam Clemens Aug. 3, 1996 Don Atio A. Paul Mattson Aug. 10, 1996 Stephanie Berg & Tony Mcrronti Aug. 10, 19% Kim Mattson & Mike Bastman Aug. 14, 1996 Misty Clark & Mitchell Delicti Aug. 24, 1996 Oina Giachcrio & David King Sept. 14, 19% Shop by Phone • Free Gift Wrapping JEWELERS 135 E. Aurora St.. Downtown lroo»wd 932-567? ATTENTION POSTAL PATRONS! On June 19, Ironwood letter carriers delivered an important message to citizens of our community—a message critical to protecting the future of quality mail delivery in our city and the very viability of the U.S. Postal Service as a great American institution As you know, we weren't just out on our postal routes that day. We also walked an informational picket line in front of the post office to let the public know that they may soon experience a deterioration in mail delivery because of ill-advised decisions and action by postal management. Members of Branch 437 of the National Association of Letter Carriers (AFL-CIO1 don't want that to happen. We're all proud to be letter carriers. And we know that the U.S. Postal Service is the best m the world, delivering more mail to more people over greater distances and at a lower cost than any other in the world. But all is not well inside the Postal Service. An autocratic and increasingly militaristic management, fueled by short-siehted and misguided directives from Postal Service headquarters in Washington, wants to take the word bervice out of the Postal Service. We are determined they will not succeed, but we need your help. Letter carriers in Ironwood pledge to our postal customers that we will continue to provide you with the best service possible and we will fight those in management who would sacrifice the service you receive just to make some points with the postal bureaucracy m Washington. ^ The demonstration we have just conducted is only the beginning. We ask for your support and encouragement as we strive to convince postal management that you—our postal customers—deserve nothing short of the very best service. Sincerely, The Ironwood Letter Carriers

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