The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 26, 1941 · Page 7
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" Bennetts ..". 139 p. Carlson 1» RckM _.---- IN Mussatto --- .!« i P. 1 E. 1-OV 187 158 1*2 178 193 J? 502 751 : 834 2391 totaU------ 80* BESSEMER CREAMERY Won C. B. .Happ.-------: 145 C: Olson; -i 116 B.' Nystrom 168 A. Eriekson -- "151 J, Running 163 ; 122 129 175 148 130 137 115 135 184 172 404 359 478 483 465 -J. : "Bwict-----;-:- r , Brach -----Holup ----"Brach. '__---- 160 «1 151 141 :i« 135 168. 152 " 5 i4'«; 216 183 J '158 JUNIOR-WOMEN'S LEAGUE Friday. December 19 . " . . - - REDDY KILOWATTS Won S, Lost 0 Q Gray. ... - 227 167.137 E Kent 187 H4 1« A. Osier 142 160 Ml R.. Blaha .---- 85 115 126 M. Newman -- 73 76 71 521 349 423 326 220 Totals --:.- 742_,704, 743 2189 HERALD PUBLISHING CO. rhely ---- 146 144 136 425 Dummy . ---- "0 140 140 420 T. Smolich 169 167 196 · « Burt 187 \188 153 Vitich - 191 223 176 Totals--:--- 829 772 778 2379 .L. S. DISTRICT POWER CO. Won 0, Lo«t 3 : M. BersariQ --.136 136 138 410 j jariov . - 122 131 ,105 358 J..DimnerIo -- ?2 145 127 404) J ' MeGlir ----- 123 107 106 336, I. Peterson ----146 J^ J ^ J ^ j Totals ----- 659 665 616 1940 532 528 590 Ramsay News VETERANS MEMORIALMBUILD- ING SCENE FRI.i DEC; 12 OF COUNTY-WIDE CONCLAVE; p. J. Kujaszewicz, Chairman ~ot ol the Gogebic Gpunty Council of Beat -the meeting oh the 12i in the'Vereran's Farm Security Program Held ;.· . . . The First Annual Borrowers · Meet- grbflfieBttm Security Administration In Gtogebic 5buhty was held in the »ninunity BJuHding at the Iron wood Homesteads -on Monday, Decem- - : Totals"---- 654 622 5631839 JACK'S CAFE Wen 0, Lost 3 Elaine Brach -- 101 116 R. Npvascone -- 86 93 Bdith Brach -- 122 92 M. Contratto -- 85 113 D. Sandin 104 106 103 104 103 95 143 325 282 317 293 353 498 520 553 1571 GUTTER RATS Won 1, Lost 2 V Ceno H2 113 130 359 s " RQ 75 85 113 273 Dummy" -I 105 105 105 315 A. Gossen 123 103 115 341 "M. Peskor 93 81 112 286 Totals 508 487 575 1570 BESSEMER CREAMERY Won 2. Lost 1 Totals -- -- 833' 862 8012496 T COMMERCIAL LEAGUE.^ Wednesday Leaatfe-- Games *i Earlier Because of,Chrl«tmas--£ve -Fallina on Reflular Bowiinji SPARE RIBS Won 0, Lost 3 :. E J Qas _____ - 1 3 0 135 _·# Gray · ____ II 8 1°8 C.' Olson _______ 113 "2 Dummy ______ - "0 130 H Chnrboneau ,- 142 152 150 l 30 122 130 176 tin 356 377 390 470 'I' School Proaram The Junior high school presented its annual Christmas program Friday afternoon. . The eighth grade students gave a play entitled "Squire Hawley's Christmas." " The seventh grade play was "The Christmas Witch." After the plays were given everyone took part.in singing/ carols, Santa-Glaus distributed fruit and candy and the students ' exchanged | Christmas gifts. presentative groups from all the communities of the county gathered to discuss preparations for 'defending this county .In case any .emergency should arise as a result of the present war, · . ' , - . · · . ( were Totals -- 633 667 708 2008 THE BET Won 3, Lost 0 li. Erickson -- 144 123 A. Erlicker 162 157 J. Baksic ----- 132 125 P Contvatto -- 116 A. Erickson _-- 152 179 G. Erickson -- 159 B. K. I. P. T. 156 191 112 159 182 267 475 448 228 490 341 Expressions of co-operation received ' from all the groups represented and suggestions were offered to carry out defense work in Gogebic- county. · _ i Speakers included Don Vigeant, manager of the Michigan employment service office in Ironwood, offered the' facilities, of that office to the council; C.-iE. Gunderson, coun- . t y agricultural agent; R. B. McKennon, supervisor of the Ottawa nation- ! n V forest; A. W. Bulinski, chairman of the county; Mrs. Andrew Contrat- - Alfskit:"The Aims and Goala ol Farm Security 1 '- was presented as an opening number on the program. The "remaiuder .of the forenoon sessioi "was .'spent in" group discussion of past means of increasing production. Mr: Frank Semmerling, AAA Chairman and Mr. C. E. Gunderson, County-Agricultural Agent, contribi u ted ·valuable information to these discussions. 6L do: Fill Her Up Swlggle--"When-you get Ured girl's empty conversation, what you 'do?" - -· Spoof--"I give in and take her to a restaurant." . - With sincere appreciation . for -the friendliness that has marked our business relationships, we wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and--aL happy, prosper?, ous New Year. , J. Mullen : Bessemer _ t j. i i. u ;»,, on lot me coumy; «n = . ^.i.um.. -- -.The Ramsay Theatre held s an rem . eaentlng the Gogebic County nual free Christmas matinee Tuesday ^^ assoo]ation . R . o . Johnsonof j Ramsay, chairman of the state Am- ! eriean Legion's education commission and superintendent of Bessemer afternoon at 2 o'clock. All children were admitted free of charge. Morrie Syrjala, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Syrjala, has been promoted to the rank of corporal at Camp Livingston, La. Corporal Syrjala entered the service in April. He has also received honors for being high township schools; John Thomas, Wakefleld school superintendent; RobtnSi pl . es ident of the Iron - - "_. Totals 706 743 800 2249 Berlins 119 »7 101 367 Ceno-X. 130 132 137 399 Priccb ~ 91 116 101 308 j "A: Barlihi US 125 121 359! L. Schmidt --. 88 105 103 296 Totals 541 625 663 1729 MICHIGAN BELL Won 1. Lost 2 E. Hoeft 121 115 95 D. Proctor 147 112 109 M. Michela 136 122 98 I. Brown 116 86 95 M. Rice 79 102 89 DOMENIC'S Won 3, Lost 0 : ' 'A: .Jacobson --- - 157. 143 Marchetto -- 150 Olson 192 150 Lamoreux _- 15S 148 Mussatto -- 192 191 Wagner 108 T. M, G. B. i IIUIJJLA.^) ^.^wu»*"J| i-- ~ wood board of'education; Supt. Mat- Notice To Totals -849 740 man in his company in rifle practice. Mrs. Mary Jacobson and daughter Miss Margaret, left for Gallum, Ark., Friday afternoon where they will; spend 'the Christmas holiday with| the Aibin Jacobson family. j Announce Marriage fStfiss .Eileen Murray, daughter - ~ j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray, was) 'married recently to John Nevers, sonj " - -- - - s. Nevers of| SHORTY FRENCHY'S Totals ______ 599 537 486 1622 BEGINNERS Won 2, Lost 1 A! Scavaida ___ 102 119 D. Boyer ______ 86 106 M Sampson -- 87 125 N. Nrherg ____ 168 156 Dummy _______ 105 105 331, 368| Won 0, Lost 3 356'E. Cocco 112 135 297! L. COcco 169 12* 270 H. FeliS -, .148 185 R. Gilbert 106 132 S. Balasz 159 154 170 470 178 328 159 501 200 506 193 576 108 --~ of Mr, and. Mrs. 900 2489 Ironwood.' 434 91 88 120 159 103 312 280 332 483 315 thew Torma of Ironwood township schools Mertan Wright, manager of Iron-wood Homesteads; the Rev. ! Gino Ferrari of Bessemer; the Rev. F E. W. Kastman of Bessemer; the Rev. F. W. Kaskinen of Wakefield; the Rev. Paul Jarvis of Bess^ .er; Svipt. E. J. Oas of the, Besse- Wr schools; John Sabol, member of 'he state legislature and organizer, the Steel Workers Organizing City Manager William of Ironwood; Mayor Bas- Buchko of Bessemer; Set. Ray , · ·«, - fcorrmi Katke of the state police; Stanley ^_ couple-are making their homej £ , ^ afc Wakefield; at Spooner, Wis., where Mr. Nevers j ^ ; isor William R . Hellen of Eris football coach. Mrs. Nevers also tmvnaWp . chie£ Thomas McRao taugti't at Spooner before her mar-; _ , _, !«,,,,. ,,,,* /uhpru .riage. Totals 694 730 792 2216 What's Cookin' "I saw Busby going into the chiro of the Ironwood police; and others. 1 n. J. Kulaszewicz of Bessemer presided as chairman-of the defense council. TRUCKEtfS Won 3, Lost 0 J. Novascone -- 154 143 193 490 Totals on Toot something serious The better we are at . j ers, the worse at telling the Of Bessemer Township Taxes for Bessemer Township will be collected AT MY OFFICE AT MY HOME, in Ramsay, Michigan, beginning Monday, December 1, 1941. Taxes will be collected between the hours of 9:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m., and Saturdays at 9 a. m. to 11 a. m., except Sundays and holidays. Commencing December 1st, up to and including Jan. 10th, 1942, a fee of 1 per cent will be charged. From January 10th to March 1st, a fee of 4 per cent will be charged. BELMQNT WlLklNS Township Treasurer NATIONAL LEAGUE Monday. December 22 WHITE BIRCH INN Won 5. Lomt 1 .; _,.. P. Carpenedo ,, / 125 125 173 423 R Vaudenburg- 164 151 124 43.9 H~. Sorrensou __ 177 168 186 531 Dummy 140 140 140 420 Dummy 140 140 140 420 Totals 1 746 724 763 2333 GOEBEL BEER Won 1, Lost 2 . y. J Boiiovetz _-- 167 K-.VL3S 451 )·£ G. Houkala 127 16ft 296 ?i C Costantino 155 143 17S 476 Dummy _______ 140 Dummy _______ 140 Dummy _______ 140 140 140 420 140 140 420 140 Totals 742 696 765 22031 · ' i v ELKS LODGE 1 A Won 2, Lost 1 U£ J Sartoris 235 192 170 597 i. B. Boline 127 146 123 401 U D VanOsti-and - 153 166 152 471 | \ F. Dudn 169 139 149 457-·]« Dummy - 140^140 140 420 k^ Totals S24 783-. 739 234G i S REXALL DRUG STORE i^ Won 1. Lost 2 MERRY CHRISTMAS MAY EVERY GOOD WISH COME TRUE =g i | May Christmas bring you joy and may each day of the year add to your enjoyment of 1 life! · And may we continue to serve you in the future as we have during the past! JOHN THE TAILOR N.""Achn"te"--~-- 169 N^S 154 481 | ing to ex p res s in v The sentiment we are try-, a large ! .1 S quantity is that we wish every :one of our hundreds. ^ As Christmas comes around X we realize how xmuch "^.\ \ ' · - ' '· \ J of customer-ffiends'^a ; · · · " , , " C Merry Christmas r ; ~ * » » *. v . ; -x v ^V V 3 s - *V v we fake this opportunity to ^ 5 " ' * ^ S extend aU,-of you Yule- X \ " - !?; ; *^ ^ tideV\Best Wishes | ·ww S The Bet Tavern -- Mary St. Arco Erlicher, Prop. aseww^^ ^JJtgpJom^'-' · ^ " SO YOU WONT TALK EH? .jMsepifij .Viw.r,rS| I Bessemer Food Shop iS. GASTINO, Prop. I THROUGH this message we want to reach the many "friends-r-old and new-- Who have patronized us during the year. We sincerely hope we shall -have many more _6pportunities to be of service to you. To all, we extend our wish for a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The White Birch Inn /-pHEN, / WILL. I'll tell JL you something nobody else in my house ever talks about. Right in this houM under my mom and pop's fingertips is the feiggest bargainj'in town--but do you suppose they ever mention it? I hear 'em rave about the swell bargain they got in a dress or a suit or something, but gee whiz, they never say anything about electricity. ' Listen, do you know that electric rates for houses are about half what they were when my sister (she's thirteen) was my age? You bet your boots. We're getting twice as much for our money when we press a button now as we did then; and that's the best bargain in the house. · Of course; the bill hasn't come down because I hear monv anVFp^ip say when sister was my age they-didn't have so many nice electric things. So we-are using more electricity. But twice as much electricity for tiie same moneyag still our best bargain and I.wanfrsomebody . ifr. · .- Lake Superior District Power Co. ,.:,:;;-.^,;';'y;:;;V»^v.../^i^ ftillSl^tfwiiii ~ ^imjj^^^^

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