The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 26, 1941 · Page 6
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ES Sparta, . instructor ne schools, is spend- Says .with her mother; * · · * ilen Peskor Mat- of the auty culture school is spend I"holidays at her home here. " RIVET SORTER Trma Camilli will leave Janu- Los Angeles, Calif., where aj -be marrfedji · · · » » » * Margaret Carli is expected to here today from Milwaukee, ill spend the holidays with her nts, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carli. · * * * Marie Kosmlcki o£ Milwaukee ^spending the holidays at her ie here. dith Cigallio of Milwaukee is ndins .the Christmas season at her ne here. J-Miss Cleo Melauson of Washington S.C. is spending the Chritsmas holt- ys at her home here. « * * * Miss LilUan_Skagen of Chicago is |8pendiug the Christmas vacation fpnere with her aunts. Misses Astrid |and Otga Hans en and sltera, Marian nd Anna. · « « * Harriet Abelman left for Reno. INevada, where she will spend the ^holidays with her aunt and uncle. Chai-les Felty is spending the holi- ·with his father here." Ir. and Mrs. Ted Poskie of Anti- WIs., are spending the holiday 1 on with Mrs. Poskie's parents, and Mrs. Victor Corona. iry Nelson, student at Michigan is spending the holidays with here. · · % * . Ochis, student at the Univer- Michigan, is home for the BBS season. · · · * TT Gossen of Moorhead, Minn., Ling the holidays at his home · · · * Annear of Plantville, Wis. nding the holidays with his par- "r. and Mrs. Allen Annear. ry and Beatrice Adams of |ciiy are spending the holidays! Mr, and Mrs. Peter Ballone dcago. eut and Mrs. Florian Ferrari of ; Sheridan, m., are visiting Lieut. ' ri's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferrari. avid Ryan Jr. is spending his ful- In this city with his parents, and Mrs. David Ryan. Sr. deline Kovacevich of the Marette beauty culture school is spend her Christmas vacation with her nts. Jr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seeke and Warren, of Barberton, Ohio, are tine their parents in this city over holidays. * * » * -Evard Serbia of Minnesota is tiding the holidays with Mr. and Tom Vodopya and the Serbin our neighbors to the South, John enjoyed. . assies «t ss HISTORY OP REVOLUTION. War fiction titles include THIS ABOVE ALL by Eric Knight and ed with many gifts^ Miss Lucille O'Malley, instructor ton, both by English English settings. authors with RANDOM HARVEST by James Hil-'at the Anvil school left" Friday for , . ... her home n Ewen wne re gjjg WU1 spend the Christmas holidays. Lorraine Guliani.is spending her Christmas vacation with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Guliani Frances Delich is spending the Christmas season with her parents,) Mr. and Mrs. George Delich. John Stephanie of Ohio is spending Other noii-fictipn title's added at this time are SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DRAGON, Carl GHck, a revealing picture of the Chinese in New York City; KABLOONA, Gontran'de Ponciua, a book of unusual insight of the primitive people living in" the . -.- ,-, ,, , o s sp Arctic Circle; BIG FAMILY, Bellamy'the holidays at his tiome here Partridge, more reminiscences by "Another wnr* n a T»7i , * 1 Another word and I'll wipe my feet the author of COUNTRY LAWYER; and BEST PLAYS, edited by Burnes Manlte, the drama year book. Addi'-ional fiction titles are: KEYS OF THE KINGDOM, Cronin, the dra-! matte story of a Scot priest in Chma; THE SUN IS MY UNDOING, Mar- j guerite Steen, historical novel of the ! 18th century; SARATOGA TRUNK,} Edna Ferber, 19th century New Or-j leans and Saratoga; BOTANY BAY,' Nordhoff and Hall, an adventure story of the founding of the British penai colony in Australia in 1788; \ WINDSWEPT, Mary Ellen Chase, a Maine tale, and MR. AND MRS. CUGAT, Isabel Rorick, a delightful record of a modern marriage. on you! "You can't; I'm too small. PageSereo Ramsay Mine Employe* And Wives Entertained The Castile Mining Company sponsored three separate festivities for their employees and their families during this Chrsitmas season. An employes' gathering was held at the mining company club house Saturday afternoon from 2 until 5 o'clock. Wives of the employes were entertained at a Christmas tea, at the dab house Monday afternoon, and the customary children's program and party was given on Wednesday afternoon, December 24 at the school gymnasium. At the employes' party Monday the men received a leather billfold with a. new $5 bill Inside. The women on Monday afternoon received a gift bo x with three handkerchiefs made ~awer-like pattern, added feature to the entire and an incentive to augment -Christmas spirit, three prizes will be given to the residents of Ramsay exhibiting the best exterior Christmas decorations at their homes. Passed by cental This young woman who was a cashier when war broke out is one of the many thousands of women who are doing a great job in Canadian war industry. She is employed in an aircraft factory where her accurate eyes and nimble fingers deftly sort the rlv e ts that have been dropped by the men who put the aircraft together. Even to a country as rich in minerals as Canada, metals are vitally important these days and not a scrap is wasted. . ^ . NEW BOOKS As High Boitto Johnson of Pontlac is spend the Christmas vacation with ids and relatives in Ramsay and na. ' v » * « · |,;Reube-fl Kelto, senior student at University of Michigan is spend- the holidays with his parents, , and Mrs. EnUl Kelto. - "*'*-»v ' " I Joyce Shaw left^Tuesday for Gary, .. where she will spend the holt- with her parents. Pauline Becker, Detroit, is home of her parents, Mr. and I spending the Christmas holidays at! Mrs. Paul Becker. reviewed by Ethelyn Miller, School Librarian Amour, the recent additions to the Bessemer. Public Library and High School Library book collections, are books on war and politics, subjects which now predominate In our current literature. In these books, some authors have recorded events as they have seen them happen, 6th ers have attempted to analyze the present and predict the future, and a third group has used the present war situation to build a story or create a plot. The late Ambassador William E. Dodd and the news commentator William L. Shirer, who numbered among the few Americans who had an opportunity to observe, at first hand, the Nazi rise to power have given us eyewitness accounts of events in Germany. AMBASSADOR DODD'S DIARY, edited by bis son and daughter, contains the record of the ambassador's increasingly futile efforts to come to an understanding with the German "powers that be." Shirer, a competent observer, In his BERLIN DIARY, offers us a collection of notes and comments which he smuggled out oE Germany. The events in Europe have brought forth another book by Pierre Van Pasaen. entitled THAT DAY ALONE which contains recollections of a Europe past and prophecies for a new order. MY SISTER AND I by Dirk van der ' Heide, a Dutch refugee boy presents the European war narrowed down to an individual experience, a tragic episode following in the wake of the German invasion of the Netherlands. Two examples of creative writing which reflect the war are a- Junior Order of Runeberg held ' :: annual Christmas party Saturday at the Runeberg hall. Comic exchanged and a luncheon Marion Schntz of Iron Moun- Miss Irene LaChapelle of Mar- Ette, and Pvt. Raymond LaChap Be ot Fort Sill, Oklahoma, spent : week end at the Retallic home. · * * » t. Adolf Bertolotti of Fort Bragg, C., arrived at his home in the location Tuesday night on a day furlough. Program At Harding aesday night the Bessemer town- Bp orchestra^ directed by Martin noreux, presented a half hour pro- am of Christmas carols before the '-Christinas program at the Harding tool, A microphone was so con- that the carols were heard a onable distance f r "m the school. And Shoes bachelor girls of · somewhat years were discussing the .ching holidays. iter Molly," said the younger : a tons stocking hold all that want for Christmas?" Elvira," said the older girl, ', "but * pair of socks would. We're Tootin' Our Horn! And here's what we want to say . . . We sincerely thank you for your patronage of the past and hope we can be of further service in 1942. We wish you all the best of health, success and happiness throughout the coming year. The Mascotti Agency Emit J. Mascotti Isabelle Mascotti narrative poem THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER by Alice Duer Miller and a play CANDLE IN THE WIND by MaxwelJ Anderson. In the former work the author tries to show the mixed feelings and devotions of an American' woman, married to an Englishman, and in the latter, the play- write has built his play around the German invasion of France. Following American interest in Anvil News \ Ivar Allen Funeral Funeral services for Ivar Allen were held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the.C. W. Moore funeral home and at 2 o'clock at the Finnish National Lutheran church, the Rev. Jacob Hirvi officiated. Interment was at Hillcrest cemetery ^ Pall bearers were: Ernest Brown', Waino Jarvela, Jack Hild, Matt Kangas, John Seppi, and Ell Korpela. Mrs. Lucy Rlzzie Honored V frs. Lucy Rizzie, was honored 4fc a party at her home In Anvil Satur-j day night by members of her immediate family marking her seventy-, seventh birthday. A 6 o'clock dinner! [as served and a social evening w I iiii^ We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We thank you for your patronage and sincerely hope the New Year will be very happy for you. The Gogebic Inn Make merry and dance to the rhythm of the Gogebic Ramblers Orchestra on Christmas night and New Year's Eve. Next to Abelman's -- Bessemer m\ Health Good Luck Good Cheer Happiness And a whole parade of good wishes for the holidays -We hope you spend Christmas and New Year with all your heart. Laughter, kindness, simple cheer, peace of spirit, and gifts galore! We are grateful to you for your kind patronage during the year, and look forward to a continuance of our pleasant relationship. Johnson Coal Co. Bessemer--Phone 2301 Let us give a toast to the bright young New Year! Let us drink to the better, happier days we know must lie ahead in 1942! . ^ And here's to you, our loyal friends and customers! Good health, good cheer, and -- HAPPY NEW YEAR! Buchko's Economy Store Bessemer _ Phone 3011 ^ For Your a Jolly Good Fellow, and We've Enjoyed Serving You in 1941 We're proud that our relations with our customers involve friendship as well as business. And we want to wish them a really happy Christmas and a really happy New Year. GREEN EAST INN TAVERN Domenic Massa

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