The Escanaba Daily Press from Escanaba, Michigan on July 17, 1975 · Page 6
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The Escanaba Daily Press from Escanaba, Michigan · Page 6

Escanaba, Michigan
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Thursday, July 17, 1975
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Etcanaba Daily Prêta, Eicanaba, Mich., Thursday, July 17, 1(7» Youth concert slated tonight Couple honored on anniversary •tehearslng for a special youth concert tonight tm the and Lori Frederftckson, The performance to set to Presbyterian Church are, from left, pianist Mark begin at 8 p.m. (Daily Press Photo) Munson and flutists Laurie Guertin, Pam Jean Scott Pesticide is available Donald (Donna) Dailey and her husband, Donald, of Cleveland, 0.; great granddaughters Nicole and Lauri Dailey; Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Heggblom of Detroit and their daughter, Mrs. John (Joanne) Friedley and son Eric of Allen Park; Mr. and Mrs. Albin Lauson of Gladstone; nephew Paul E. Nee «nan and sons Donald and Alan Nessman of Chicago. The former Sima Soderbeck and Uno S.A. Heggblom were married July 14, 1925 in Zion Lutheran Church in Manistique by Rev. V.E. Holmstedt. Attendants were the bride's sister, Mrs. Gus R. Nye, formerly Ann Soderbeck, and the late Birger Nessman, both of Manistique. The couple made their home in Detroit where Mr. Heggblom practiced law from 1922 - 65. They returned to Manistique in 1965. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Heggblom was a public school teacher. In addition to Mrs. Ross, the Heggblom’s had a daughter, Helen, now deceased. In service Navy Seaman Diane B. Toms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lakowsky of Rte. 1, Manistique has graduated from Basic Electricity and Electronics school at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. The course is self-paced, lasting three to four weeks, and includes instruction in mathematics and electrical formulas, the fundamentals^ electrical current and circuitry and the use of test equipment such as multimeters and audio signal generators. Toms, is a 1971 graduate of Manistique High School and she joined the Navy in February 19175. MANISTIQUE - Mr. and Mrs. U.S.A. Heggblom, 234 Range St., celebrated their 90th wedding anniversary Tuesday night with, a family (ftnner at the Fireside Inn. Thirty - six guests attended the affair. For the occasion, Mrs. Heggblom wdre a floor length gown of turquoise with lace panefe trim at the bodice. She piimeda gold • tinted orchid, a gift of her husband. Out - of - town guests attending the celebration were their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James (Ruth) Ross of Findlay, Q.; granddaughter Mrs. Meredith (Carol) Butler and great grandsons Randy and Jared Butler; granddaughter Mrs. Contracts let at K.l. Sawyer K. I. SAWYER AFB — Officials at K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base have announced that three Michigan firms have been awarded contracts at the base totaling more than $169,000. Peninsula Sanitation, ln£* of Marquette won a $72,000 contract to colled refuse on fllC* IMI 80 # A $25,000 custodial service contract waa given to VIP Contract of Michigan, Inc., of Traunik. L. E. Werth and Sons of Alpena took a $72,140 contract for laundry and clothing repair, Church events Presbyterian Church GOULD CITY - A “Pie Social” will be held Sunday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. in the Gould City Community Building under sponsorship of the Presbyterian Church. The menu will include sloppy joes, hamburgers, relishes, beverages and assorted pies. The public is invited to attend. MANISTIQUE - Farmers and gardeners whose plots have been invaded by army worms may purchase a chemical pesticide at cost through the County Extension office at the old armory. Hie worms were discovered recently in the Cooks area where much crop damage has been reported and have also been found in gardens in Manistique, County Extension Director Elvin Hepker said. Hepker received an okay from the County Board of Commissioners Tuesday night to purchase up to $1,000 of a commercial chemical and resell it to farmers at cost. The pesticide will be available in 10-pound packages. “Unless something is done pretty soon, it will be too late to save any plantings/' Hepker said. He added that the cost per pound will be approximately $1.52 and the county will not be competing with private enterprise since hardware stores in this area do not normally stock the Events VFW Auxiliary MANISTIQUE - During a regular business meeting of VFW Auxiliary to Post 4420 held recently, members were asked to contact Auxiliary President Betty LaPorte if they cared to become involved jn Schoolcraft County’s Bicentennial celebration or if they had any ideas the committee might use. A $100 contribution to the hospital auxiliary to apply to the purchase price of breast cancer detecting equipment was approved. A joint planning conference to discuss programs was scheduled for tonight at 7 in theclubrooms. Citations were presented to various committees. or under leaves during the day. The worms vary in length from one-half to one and one- half inches long with colors ranging from pale to dark green. Tan stripes run along both sides of the worms. “For effective control, we're asking that anyone who discovers the presence of the worms of anyone suspecting their presence is asked to call the Extension Office, 341-5050, so that a positive identification can be made and the crop treated.” product. The army worm invasion is particularly serious in the Cooks area. An inspection program is underway to locate infested crops and some spraying has already begun. Hepker said that when inspecting gardens for worms one should look for leaves that are eaten around the edges and for small brown droppings on leaves slightly larger than fly specks. Since the worms feed mainly at night they often hide in corn stalks WHILE THEY LAST! Mr. and Mrs. Arvo Keetula of McNamara Trailer Ct. announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet Irene, to Paul Albert Johnson, son of Mrs. David Eriksen of Indian take and the late Walter I. Johnson. The couple plan an August wedding. Janet is employed at the Dairy Kream and will be a senior at Manistique High School in the fall. Paul, a 1972 graduate of Manistique llfgh School, is employed by Tezak Construction Company. e LADIES ft TEENS DRESS SHOES ........................ e LADIES' ft TEENS SANDALS.............................. o ONE GROUP LADIES’ SANDALS . . ................. ONE GROUP GIRLS STRAPS & OXFORDS......... • BUY FOR BACK TO SCHOOL e e MEN'S ft BOY'S TENNIS OXFORDS (White, Block or Bluo) ...................................... e 1 GROUP MEN S ft SOY'S LOAMS A OXFORDS.................................... e MEN S MOCASSINS A CASUALS e CHILDREN'S TSNNIS OXFORDS .................... Nf VVR BfPORf AMD MA YU NffVfff AGAIN WILL YOU FIND SUCH LAROff SAVINOSIII People RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION e Remodeling e Garages e New Roof« e Roof Repair e New Bath e New Kitchens e Room Addition e Side Walks e Drive Way e Patio “NEW HOME ... Your Plan or OURS" State Licensed ft Insured For your Estimate CALL (906) 384-6773 MANISTIQUE - Recent houseguests of Mrs. Jacob C. Anderson, 101 S. Cedar St., were her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Anderson of Colorado Springs, Colo, and her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson and Candance, Lynn and Mark, all of Detroit. Blood teatlng sessions set GLADSTONE — Gladstone seniors can get their blood pressure checked Friday, Senior Center coordinator Molly Cassidy says. Readings will be taken at 1:30 at the center and at 2:30 at Fairview Manor. Other activities scheduled include a trip to the Houghton area Monday and participation in the U.P. Senior's Convention in Escanaba July 25. Mrs. Cassidy says tickets and name tags for those who have already registered are reedy to be picked up at the center. Also, Peter Brock will conduct another class for seniors at the Gladstone High School beginning Aug. 9. Legion confab ia acheduled GLADSTONE - George Minne, the top officer for the American Legion in the Upper Peninsula, will be installed as upper Uth district committeeman at the state American Legion convention this week in Grand Rapids. Others representing the local August Mattson Post 71 are Commander Bill Calvey ; H. Erickson, a member of the state Legion finance committee; Dwight Cochran, a state Legion publications officer; and Marvin Cartwright, who takes the post of top officer for the fifth zone in the 40 H » I DISCOUNT EÆÊL SHOES DOWNTOWN ISCANABA fmiKTMOFtimUFi MOHAWK ô A Holy Year Jyw Pilgrimage To 0 ROME The Eternal City" OCTOMR 11.1*75 mixes with everything A full week in Romo - Including first class hotel - 2 meals daily - sightseeing - Audience with Pope Paul Visit to Assisi - Accompanied by spiritual director • Transfers include baggage - all air fares. Reservations Now Being Accepted at WORLDWIDE TRAVEL SERVICE 1406 Ludington St. 786-6316 Write for free cordial recipe book: Mohawk Liqueur Corp., 1965 Porter, PetrQjt, Michigan 48216

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