The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on November 28, 1941 · Page 6
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The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan · Page 6

Bessemer, Michigan
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Friday, November 28, 1941
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Page Six The School Reporter Bessemer Township Schools Red Cross Membership Anvil--Membership ot the Amer: can Junior Red Cross is Open to al elementary and secondary schools Each puP'l who enrolls in the Junio; Red Cross receives a subscription o: the organization news and a calendar of activities, which are mailed from the Rerl Cross headquarters. The Red Cross also has magazines which will keep pupils and teachers inform ed of vhat the Red Cross is doing. These magazines contain stories ani articles of value in buildng good social attitudes. This program provides many opportunities for pupils to utilize developed skills talents and atti tudes in a practical program o£ service for others in their community.-Theodore Krakovee. · T. B. Tests Given Ramsay--TB tests were given this week by Dr. R. J. Reynolds to the pupils from grades five to nine, inclusive. Dr. Reynolds is TB doctor at the Grand View hospital. · Tooth Decay . Harding--The children of the sixth grade are trying to find out all they can about tooth decay. Committees have been apponited to find out about teeth from Miss Korpi and the dentist. Miss Korpi spoke to them about teeth last week. A committee has also written to the Michigan Health Department.--Elaine Mikkola. · Tea A Success Puritan--The tea sponsored by the ninth grade home economics class \vaa a big success. There were about 45 guests. The table centerpiece consisted of fruit with matching can- uleholrters. Coffee, tea, tarts, and tea sandwiches were served by Joyce Cregor and Ada Delle Ave. Assistants were Beatrice Niemi, Mae LaChapelle, and Arly Chouiuavd.-- Norma ?Iorestead. Friday, November 28, 1941 is Be/ievtng A RAY OF GREEN LIGHT. UNDERTHE CAN8EPERCENEO BY THE HUMM1 CVE YKHEM RASHCO fOC THE GCEAT BRITISH ESSAN'tST AND HISTORIAN.-SUFpERtf) OF HIS UFE FROM NERVOUS mOieS,TlON,VVHlCH EXPERTS NOW BHUEVE TO HAVE BEEN DUE TO EVE-STRAIN RESULTING PROM UMCORRECTEO VISUAL fc *a aBKMat something less thaa tbe *ctaai s*w needed should fee »»de (to be set by tbe board in e*efc ctse) and Oat a detailed state meat Eton be made when the trip is coagSettad and the county billed for the reminder. Because ot the distances featured to be travelled on most of the trios, elimination of advances, -chile cesirale, ss not prac- sksK Members of oar board of su perrtsftss come from all -walks of life . aad it -would be obviously impossible for all o£ them to advance their own asoaey for expenses, particularly on short ftotioe. The compensation they received is within the legal limits." ! Gssad Ysew hospital funds will in J she leiere be disbursed through the | toanty treasurer's office as was Tec- I Gsameswied ay the state board of Women Make Good Mechanics SPECTACLES UKMEHTtOKSO IM NO BAH ON ONE FIFTH OF WUS EVE. INJURIES TCO CHILDREN ACE CVJSEO BV FSZEVVQRKS. SAtS TKE SETTER. HIGH AcrrruDes,THe REDUCED OXYGEN CONTENT OF THE RAREFieo AIR CAUSES THE * EYES TO ROLL OUT QF uNE, CftUSINS THE PILOT TO See OOUQLE. VISION BECOMES NCTWWL MS HE KSCEMQS The caaatr board budget committee, amboiised Prosecuting Attorney teonsrd J . ilcMannian and j Coamy Anditar William B. Pauhl ; to ciran a letter to Auditor General Yeraoa J. Brown, answering critic- S Isais Ewde by state auditors in their '} report on examining the I Gcgebic eonnry books of j Diphtheria Prevalent Older Children Passed ty Censor. \ [ANY thousands of Canadian wo- They have made their worth felt in! Junior High News WASHINGTON JR. HIGH SCHOOL Boy: -If you weren't listening, hows §rfiBalay DSpiJaeria has become a serious danger to thousands of Michigan boys and girls who fromerly were protected against it, says the Mieh- I tesn Department of Health. 1 ~rae situation Is new and we want S to Srawnsss its gravity upon parents. (physicians and local health depart| meats,'" says Dr. H. Allen Moyer, i State Health Commissioner. "Sev! eral years ago it was believed that * one" dose of toxoid gave protection 5 against diphtheria from babyhood on t thrown childhood, but -we know now i that the immunity from one injection "A men are engaged in the production ot the munitions of war In plants scattered throughout the Dominion. They have proved themselves to be careful, quick, intelligent workers and they have won high praise from industrialists for their skill and devotion to duty. airplane and small arms manufac turing particularly. Two pictures ol typical Canadian women in industry are shown here. On the left is one ot the many girls who are building the cabins of Bolingbroke bombers, and on the right is a scene In the Bren Gun plant where nearly a thousand wonien are employed. New Library Ruling j The ninth grade girls had a pro- Ramsay--Pupils below grade seven 1 Gram in Music Class. Miss Delo ap-| will not ;be allowed to go to the libra- '· Pointed Betty Certano as . chairmau dtd you know I was talking?^ · Teseaer: "Who wistledrPapa: "I know.^ Teacher: "I won't ask you. whistled T~ Same pupil: "3 did.** ; LETTER ANSWERS BROWS CRITICISM McMANMAN AND FAUHL REPLY TO STATE AUDITOR VERNON J. BROWN and Mildred Matonich as. announcer., The program ~»vas opened by every-J one aingiug "God Bless America."' The program was as follows: 1. Clarinet solo--Charleen Cebol- skl. 2. Puem--Betty Joy McGUl. 3. Play--"Thanksgiving in a Cabin" Martha--Cleopha Krocker; Percy --Rose Cerne; Sarah--Irene Sheffci; Smiling Pace--Caroline iesfey. j "Mone than a balanced budget," iaef; -4. Piano Solo--Betty BretaU, 'letter written to Auditor Brown. stat-| _ 11 -- l m 5. Duet--Charleeu Cebolski and. :ed - "«««? the new welfare law was? j Audrey Rossi accompanied by Caro-; Passed and through the period lyu Jarvis. G. Play, "Georg: Ross, Kathleen Turner .'review, Gogebic county has beea[ I ry after supper because they already have re/jular library periods during school hours. Junor high school pupils will be permitted to go to the library after supper i£ they follow the library rules and don't take advantage of them. It rules are disregarded the offenders will lose the privilege of going to the library In the evening.--Matt Maki. 4-H Club Banquet Harding--Many of. the Harding hoys and girls attended the annual ·t-H Fall Achievement banquet which was held Friday, Novraeber 14th, at the Ironwood Memorial Building. A 7iiovie, "The Lust of the Duanes," was shown at the Ironwood Theatre he- fore the banquet. Some of the Harding boys and girls became county honor members.--Helen Mattson. Junior High News Puritan--The Science class is go- fug to keep graphs on the tempera-' turo of all the rooms in the building, j Carolyn Jarvis and directed by Miss; "^-ch approximately On the graphs fli'e the date, the tern- Delo.--Betty Certano. I "Thus, tonil an perature in the room and outside, and the direction of the wind. This data is lo lie placed on the graph ;nid sent to the heating company to see if the heating system is working al] right. Open forum I "As a result, diphtheria is now' {being found in older school children I even high school boys and girls in I some instances. Their immunity Who! fe at lo ° low a leTe l to protect them. j There are thousands more children Jin the state who will take diphtheria j if exposed unless their immunity is | raised by second doses of toxoid." i QnHrea under 12 -who have had I only one injection o£ toxoid should E hare a second dose as a booster, E Dr. Moyer said. Such a program * is being carried out in Oakland coun- Ety, one of the counties where diph- I theria has been found recently in "Why not?--H»'« leaving for Grandma's and Mom said to plaster ·verythirtg we sent away with tuberculosis Christmas Seals this year" ^schools. The Oakland county health 1 RFTTFP TI4AM A I fTTCT* rr»*-\mr r¥-\»»i- [depsrteeat is giving toxoid injection: Otf l l tK * HAW A LETTER FROM HOME where |THE HERALD -- $2.00 A YEAR, ANYWHERE f . singing of the ner" and "America" accompanied by discussions will soon he held In the eighth grade English class aiid later will be a feature of seventh grade English studies. Au intollgeuce test was given to the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth grades iu the Junior High assembly. --Norma Morestead. Cheer Leaders Try Out Anvil--The Junior High girls gave a pep meeting last week to try out lor cheer leader. They were Kathgr ine Ba'bich and Maxine Felix, Katherine Babich and Ethel Mae Busch and Maxine Felix gave a short skit entitled, "Be A Good Spoi-t." The seventh grade girls sang. Paula Jean Anderson played a solo on her saxapboue, and Ruth C. and Jean Napo sang, "Shine Glorious Sun."-Julius Rigotti. t * 1. Song--Betty Joy McGill. ; Por ""* P^s* several years, the coon-j ! S. "Chopsticks" -- Nina Brydges * *5" has appropriated one-third of i t s ^ J Rose Cerne. ' I entire rax revenue to the county re-|| 9. Scory told by Miss Delo. f **«* department. Other appropria-f I The program was closed by the : tjous f °f indirect forms of refief.E| ·Star Spangled Bau- r such ^s financing of WPA projects j: 1 tl and hospitaliration of indigents. 11 an equal sum. t j appropriations fort | direct and indirect forms of relief are I | Do j-ou want to see your home-"about two-thirds of the entire county M team make a clean record in basket- ^ tax levy. Yet, the board of sooer-1 ! ball this year? If so, think up some:visors has so ordered its affairs that f I good jaw and side-splitters for the: it has successfully financed all other \ | pep meetings and hand them to your j county functions on the remaining! | program chairmau, Carolyn Jarvis.-- i one-third. It Is a record ot success-f* Lawrence Martin. The United States has somewhere near 400 boom towns, as a result of defensa industries or nearness to military posts. TRAFFIC tIPS AND QUIPS TMf mif COME KOME MKX, MBtry or ROOM-- fNTt One o£ tlie JA. boys Hfees much ho wanted it put in umns, because "it is so true." The gum-chewing girl And the cud-chewing cow. Are somewhat alike Yet different somehow. What is the difference? Oh, I see it now! It's the thoughtful look On the face of the cow. r ful financial operation equalled byi S [ few, if any counties in the state, we 11 this so! 061 ***^ and are informed. f f our col-i "Although the audit made no men-! j tion of the financial condition of the | j wellj = * = county, generally, it might be | to point out here that the affairs of i this county have been so managed ;by the board of supervisors that the ! county of Gogebic has; not one cent i of bonded indebtedness and has not i had for a number of years. It is consistently living within its in--High School Crier-' come, * j In regard to a purchase of equip- Fro in the new basketball schedule Inient "on time" by the road commis- just distributed, we notice that our j slon, an action criticized by the andi- hasketball season has just begun, or' tors, the county officials said this at least, practice has. [ W3is d 011 ® hy authorisation of the The schedule lists games from Deo-' county board and "technically, may emher 4 to February 26, with five t have been illegal, bnt, morally, there home games. As in former years j was every Justification, as it fore- Washington plays Auvil, Erwin, Hardt stalled actual want. Failure to do so ing, Puritan, Ramsay, Roosevelt, and! ·would, at that time, have thrown 500 Wakefield. Our program chairman! "WPA employes out of work and then- will hava to get busy again. : families number several thousand · , {persons, would have had to go on The squad has been cut from 321 relief. The state of Michigan, as to 17. It is planned to have all of [much as anyone else, beaefitted bv' these seventeen see action at each i the action taken. " j S am5 - I The overdrafts noted by the acdi- The squad members are Edward jtors in the road commission records Lundgren, Prank Zanetti, Robert | "actually, when they exist, are more Happ, Harry Klzzle. Kenneth Kalen-J than offset by the amounts then ow- ber, Eugene Rose, Donald Erickson, ( UTS to the road commission. As a James Lucas (Gr. 9), Marvin Paight, matter of fact, during the past year Urho Lappf, Rudolph Kelto, Thomas " KubiaJc, Calvin Olson. Giles Barlow. Attilio Guiliani, Dick Hansen. Ansou Moore. Manager of Hellman. Prepare Now For Future Needs Join Our CHRISTMAS CLUB Now is your chance to start with millions of others all over the country wise people who will be prepared when the months have rolled around to next holiday time. There's no red tape. All you have to do is select the class you want to join, and make your first payment. Then you're a full-fledged member. Come in today. Then you'll have money when you really need it. Join One Or More Of These Classes Class 25 Members paying 25 cents a week «or fifty weeks will receive-- Class 200 Members paying $2.00 a week for fifty weeks will receive! '$100.00 Class SO Members paying 50 cents a week for fifty weeks will receive -- 225 OO Class 300 Members paying $3.00 a week for fifty weeks will receive! '$150.00 Class TOO Members paying $1.00 a week Class 500 for fifty weeks will receive --$5Q.OO Members paying $5.00 a week for fifty weeks will receivel $250.00 Class 1000 Members paying $10.00 a week for fifty weeks will r eceive£En|V OO team--Robert! nation Teacher: "Be quiet, way." (hearing I'm not hoy talking) the road ^ftmrnfe^fon had no overdraft, as it ended the fiscal year .-with a balance of $i2S7.71." A Eke sit- esisted in other county de( partments, stated the letter. · j Referring to expenses for commit- in the literature class one day, the j tee meetings, the letter declares **!lln'Or?fii«** ,itn*. .!__: ri-v * ***-^~ .: » i ne tea- inese/ n^eetQigs are authorxied and save the expense ot special meetings ot the toll board. At the time the auditors made a check of the Gogebic county records, they criticized the method of advancing money for trips oa covaty -ssaaes*. Tie letter -west ca to state. ~tt coatemptau* Chat aa a«- word "juggler" was used. cher asked what a juggler was and received the following enlightening answer: "Those guys who throw stuff around." The Bessemer National Bank Bessemer, Michigan

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