The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 26, 1941 · Page 5
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The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan · Page 5

Bessemer, Michigan
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Friday, December 26, 1941
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Page" Si* The Herald, Bessemer. Michigan Friday^ December 26.1^41 Junior HigK News WASHINGTON JR. HIGH SCHOOL Do You Know* j That Room IS sold eighteen defense stamps in fifteen minutes? That apples which we receive are getting softer every time? But they are delicious. That Miss Knobloch had to go down to the kindergarten to get a boy to play the part of 'Tiny Tim"! in her great sensation of the year? j That defense stamps are good} Christmas presents? j That Miss Burfs room has the] best tree in the whole school? l A t j least the SB-Is think so). 1 That an error was made in the last i issue about Vladimir Plohocky's i drawing for the Christmas program? It is IS feet instead of 9 feet wide. Tl^ the 9B-ls are anxious for; Santa Claus's arrival? I wonder j -why? , j That Mr. Jezek, during a rehearsal, j sat on a red chair, but got up imme-1 tliately for fear he would be takeu for a kindergartner. That bridal showers will be ringing for Miss Madison, and teary showers j for the ninth graders? That Miss Burfs room are having a program Friday afternoon? Thar Mr. Wysoski is really going 10 the army "this time"? That Mr. Wysoski said he would become a general? That book reports are due on Jan ua'-y 9. 1942? That comic books are favorite presents this year? ! That Eugene Soffietti doesn't 'know sharps, flats, and treble clef signs on where his own seat is? a white background. Each section That the parents and visitors re- has a ciefferent carol. She has chains marked that the Christmas play was acd icicles on her tree. The second exceptionally good? ! graders made her chains. That Audrey Rossi wants a spray Mrs Gnyer--Each section shows a ,,,,,,,,,,,,_ _ _ of mistletoe in Mjss Burfs room? I different theme. Each, represents the danghtQr Mar garet "13* No Jinx For ! Former Devil Dog; Re-enlists For Service · ,The suposedly hazaidous No 13 holds no fears for Caesar Joseph TJr banski, ot Wakefield" former Marine, who has given up his job as a guard at the Maiciuette prison honor camp to le enlist in the ranks of the Devil Dogs. So", many' important things have happened to ."'.t/lr-. Urbanskj on thu thirteenth that : he just pooh-poohs the suggestion that there is unhappy fate connected -with, the number. First of all he was born, in 1913 and followed this up^by enlisting in the" Marines on "-Decenib'er 13, 1933. Exactly eight years later to.the day lie re-enlisted. ' ''· · . Saturday, December 13, TJrbanski reported to Sgt. John S. Puller, officer in charge of the Marquette Ma- .rine recruitjng station, and- said he was ready." to. go again, particularly so because his country needs him I more now ; than it did eight years 1 ago. - - , ., j He was transferred to "· China on 1 February 13, 1935, and was trans j ferred back to the United Stales on July 13, 1937. After being discharg- j.ed from the Marine corps, he enlist j ed in the Marine reserves on Decent ' her 13, 1937. · HJS period of enlistment as a re S4NTA CLAUS CAN HELP AMERICAN DEFENSE! This poster, drawn by J. W. and W. J. Wilkinson, a father and son artist team of Baltimore, reminds Americans that they can help the Defense Program this Christinas by giving Defense Bonds and Stamps in addition to the usaal present. Nauon-vride distribution of this poster has been made, especially in the windows of 500,000 retail stores where Defense Stamps--for as low as 10 cents--are now on sale. _^_ IwillllJilllllliUlHIIIlilllllllllllllllllinmilll serve ran out Friday, December 12, Fuller and Marine Urbansta and he signed up with the regulars readily remove their toppers and go the following day. into a low and prolonged bow of re- If anyone can tie that story, Sgt. spect.-- Marquette Mining Journal. Greetings /,'"" ' . - ' ^^ And best: wishes for Christmas and the / : "-' New Year John Marchello Lead Street Margaret Strelchek Weds At Kenosha Nick Strelchek .ot this cit; announces the marriage of her That the 9A boys are helpful in spirit of Christmas- Angela and|^^ig" E *Hilf of Palmyra, Wis.. on Home EC.? ; stars, carollers, and shepherds and j j^ 1;5 " The ^upie were un i te d by That the ninth grade helped Santa wtsemea are all portrayed. The 'thj tte Rev Cot ter in the St. James Claus fill bags of candy? hmmmm. i graders made them in Art Class. at Kenosha, Wi e s Room irs tree consists of bine anOji^^ brfde wearing ^ am veWet g We ^ Qur s - n _ g The following rooms have enrolled s « 1 J_ e 5 «=icles and chains. yaad a gardenia corsage, had as her g = Ring Out The Old Ring In The New in the Junior Red Cross 1009ft Room 17--Mrs. Guyer Room IS--Miss Burt Room 20--Miss Knobloch Room 22--Mr. Wysoski Room 24--Mr. Jezek | Miss Mobers--Her border has vil-, bridesU j aiQ Miss Nata lie Eorallte ot g . and a Happy ij 11 New Year. · ui iuiwauiu.i-u T -AU.2OE) ,LnL*JLic .UUI.ULIIC v* =~ -~ f , _ - _ _. ^= pages with stars above. Her tree is j ^ Moines Ia- who wore b i ack vel .- jj| cere wishes for a- Merry g different from anyone else's. She j ^ ^^ ^^^5 accessories and a 11 . ^ has icicles, pop corn, and cranber-, shuUai . corsa g e . II Christmas rles - William Strelchek ot Chicago was!§ Miss Burt--Her room has a border! the best man. ! consisting of three shepherds going] A wedding breakfast was served to ^ \ to Bethlehem- Her room has the friends and relatives following the g This year it seems that each room most attractive tree in the bnflding. ] ceremony. The couple are making g used its border to show some particu It has different-colored icicles, criu-j their bomo in Kenosha. lar theme in the way of decoration: kle-balis, tinsel (two kinds) lights ; Miss MacNamara--Her border tells and a star at the top. | That's Two the story of "Snowballs' Christmas Mtss Knobloch's border has the] "Willie, what's the plural of g the story of angles, shepherds, and kings man?" Room Decorations Eve". The children decorated tree with peppermint sticks, lanterns. ^^ ~ lo see the birthplace of Christ, j "Men." ·md chains, which they made. They i c ; c i es . lights, bells, balls, tinsel, and' "And the plural of child?" a star st the top decorates her tree- i Mr. Vispi and Miss Madison--They tell what bavg a Hawaiian (?) tree, all decorated with paper. One thing is lost. also have lights and icicles. Some children made presents for their mothers, but they won't they are. Miss Yomig-- Border is simple but i t ^s the"gr^el"tree7~ The" room lacks pretty. It consists of Christmas the daucers _ The border has ^^ trees nnd wreaths. The tree has ji es chains and icicles. Miss Hanson--It is a continual story oi" a community Christmas. Ic- Mr, Wysoski and Mr. Duncan- Some sections have carollers and some huve different titles of carols. wles chains, and candy cherries are TUefa . lrec has bells iclcl chai oi the tree. Miss Stack-house--Her front bor- and a ilolj at the top, , . . , , . Mr. Jezek's border consists of an- npth TJ ^' ee , "^ ^ [ " S S° s e!s autl on ** lre « ther « »« icic l es Bethlehem. The back border has , ... shepherds watching their sheep. Her tree is decorated with bells, pictures, stars and icicles. She has a group of bells by the door, too. All of the rooms have chalk drawings, appropriate to the season. These drawings show a real talent in $ Miss Erickson-Her border shows lme and color - f Santa and his reindeer going over ^a 105 * a" °* **** roo^ have draw '! the housetops. On her tree, she has · ins * °" £ome kiad - ! icides, chains, bells, and silver tin-' Charteen Cebolski sel. i Betty Certano Miss Ciagne--She has wreaths and caudles. The tree is decorated with' Helen--''You can't believe all icicles, stars, balls, chains, and bells, hear. Miss Bngluud--The children on her WUnia border are carrying presents on it-" Christmas Eve. Her tree has chains, icicles, and a star on the top. "Xo; but you can repeat j M "What are yon thinking about?' "Nothing." Miss Delo--A very attractive bor i "Oh, thinking about yourself der. Green staffs and red notes/usual." i^SWS^WtS^6^«^SSSaSS«^5^ S TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Now . ,, . when echoes of the angel choir are heard throughout the land, it is time to pause and count our blessings. They are more numerous by far than we had imagined, for which we should be duly grateful. And the employees and members of The Puritan Store are grateful to you for the happy relationship we have enjoyed during' the year, and pledge ourselves to strive still more earnestly to deserve your continued friendship. John Renik Tavern Next to Post Office OUR BEST WISHES May your Christmas be as happy as can be, and all your hopes and ambitions fulfilled during the comng year. Louie Gotta Sinclair Service Station Bessemer HERE'S A SINCERE WISH FROM US TO YOU HEALTH, HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY IN 1942 JACK'S CAFE Fra"k B. Abelman, Prop. -SS«S$$«*^«$$^^^^ i THE PURITAN STORE D. Ji ALLICE, One of the real joys of Yuletide is the opportunity to put aside the routine and customs of everyday business and in real sincerity wish our friends a very MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOLBERG'S Dry Goods Store. BeMemer, Michigan A glowing cheerfulness pervades in all the homes. It makes all men brothers and neighbors love one another. It is the Spirit of Christmas. We hope it will bring Peace in your hearts and stay long after the Christmas Season is over. Best wisties for your happiness. ·T HAPPY NEW YEAR C. Hansen Lumber Co, Bessemer, Michigan j llC

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