Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DA11T GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1965. ""'V, Joint Meet Held By Legion Units WAKEFIELD — One of the most enjoyable events of the season took place Saturday night when the American Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meet- Ing at the new post home on River Street. Preceding the meeting a buffet supper was served with Mrs. Vernon Olson and Mrs. Joseph Sailer as the Mrs. E. R. Johnson Talks on Girl Scouting at Club Meet hostesses. The women's meeting was ^ conducted by Mrs. Margar e t Kaerwer, president. She was pleased to announce that the local unit had surpassed it's quota of members and that It had received the department president's citation for Merltori o u s Service from Miss Patr i c i a Donaldson, • department p r e s i- dent. Poppies, which are to be sold on Poppy Days, May 20, 21 and 22, were distributed to the members present. Any member desiring poppies is asked to contact Mrs. Kaerwer at 224-2191 or Margaret Johnson at 224-4401. The Legion units will present awards to the honor stude n t s May 21 at the All Honors Assembly to be held in the high school. Mrs. Kaerwer will present the award from the auxiliary and Donald Luoma will present the award for the American Legion. The auxiliary wil" also present a subscription of a geographic magazine to the Wakefield Library. A rummage sale will be sponsored by the auxiliary June 11 In the Legion quarters. All members are asked to contrib u t e good, clean, usable articles, with the size of garments marked on the item. Those having any articles to contribute may have them picked up by calling 2242191, or if possible, they may bring theirs to the post quarters. The Legion meeting was conducted by Howard Kaerw e r , post commander. Plans were formulated for Memorial Day and Fourth of July. A slate of officers for the coming year was presented by the nominat i n g committee composed of Peter Salo, Ben Novak, Rudy Jarvi and John Geroux, which will be acted upon at the next meet- Ing. It was announced that the • guns owned by the Leg ion, which had been taken from the storage place, had been recovered through the fine efforts of the city police, Michigan State Police and the sheriff's department, and the Legion members .extended their sincere appreciation for the fine work done by these departments. Wakefield Briefs : Circle I of the Immaculate Conception Parish will sponsor a rummage sale Friday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the parish hall; Members are asked to bring their articles to the hall Thursday, May 13, between 2 and 4 p.m. The chairman for the sale is Mrs. Eugene Vittone. ; [Miss • Beverly Halberg, who is .employed in Minneapolis, spent " ~~ —•-'-•-'—-' W ith her parents WAKEFIELD—Mrs. E. Russell Johnson, Ironwood, was the :uest speaker at the final meeting for the season of the Wakefield Woman's Club, which was held Wednesday evening in the high school cafeteria. Mrs. Johnson is coordinator, for the Girl Scouts of the Gog e b i c Range, and has been active in this work since its inception in Ironwood in 1920. Her service to the program has been continuous, serving as Girl ScoUt leader, a member of the advisory board and now as the coordinator. She gave an interesting history of Girl Scouting from its beginning on the range until the present time, and noted the changes that have taken place over the years. She told of her own satisfaction in seeing the results and accomplishments in Girl Scouting, and made a plea for women to take interest in scouting and serve as leaders for a Girl Scout group, since leaders are seriously needed in the Wakefield area. Her talk was interest! n g and thoroughly enjoyed. The musical portion of the program was provided by Sandra Graves, who had won a Superior rating at the music festival the weekend 'here. : Mr. and Mrs. Renaldo Negri f and family, Marquette, former ; Wakefield residents, spent the '•weekend with Mrs. Negri's par- ,ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novak, and other relatives and friends. Bible study will be held at the 'First Lutheran Church tonight X«t 7. -• Choir rehearsal will be held tonight at 7 at the Immanuel • Lutheran Church. • Mr. and Mrs. John Ozzello and family, Keewatin, Minn., spent the weekend visiting Mrs. Ozzello's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Under, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ozzello is the former Iris Under. A meeting of Victory Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will be held tonight at 7:30 in the Masonic Temple. A practice for initiation will be held at this meet- Ing. Members are asked to bring old glasses, parts of glasses, or costume jewelry for the "Byes tor the Needy" project. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mastalish and daughter, Sheri, Green Bay, Wis., spent the weekend visiting Mrs. Mastalish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menghini, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Mastalish is the former Doris Menghini. The auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet to night at 7:30 in the VFW Post Home. Members, who have not received their poppies for Poppy Day sales, are asked to come and get them at this time. Lunch will be served. Marvin Suomi, who is employed in Minneapolis, spent the weekend with relatives here. Mrs. Weiss Tells About Tornado in Minnesota WAKEFIELD—Mrs. Herm a n Weiss has returned from San Rafael, Calif., where she spent the winter with her son, Dr. Robert Weiss, and family. She made the trip from California to Freidly, Minn., by jet plane, and encountered bad flying weather, signifying tornadoes when passengers were told to fasten their seat belts. Arriving in Friedly to visit her son, Herman, and family, they went through the horrifying experience of the tornado which hit Friedly and almost completely destroyed the town, in the suburbs of Minneapolis. Her son and wife were at a banquet for Boy Scout parents, when the roof of the gymnasium flew off. A grandson was at another school participating in a program, when the building also had the roof torn off. Herman and his family escaped injury, and although homes a 11 around them were destroyed, the Weiss home escaped injury, even to a large picture window. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oberg, Wakefield, son in law and daughter, of Mrs. Weiss, went to Friedly during the weekend and Mrs. W e i ss accompanied them home. Walther Leaguers Give Mother's Day Program WAKEFIELD—The Wa 11 h er League of the Bethany Lutheran Church held a Mother's Day program May 9. The program opened with a hymn followed by a prayer by Arthur Weinahdt. Marge and Sylvia Koskl sang a duet, entitled "God Bless You Mother," Karen Niemela read the poem "A Christian Home." followed by a dialogue featuring Jean Ahonen, David Sturk o 1, Juleanne Suomi, Judy Ahonen and Eileen Carlson. Paula Jarvi and Marvin Suomi sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd," A hymn was sung by the assembly and the Walter Leaguers sang "The Walther League Song." Marvin Suomi, president of the league, introduced Fr a n k Gamache who showed two films on the Walther League and its aims and purposes. The program closed with the singing of a hymn. Prior to the program, a potluck supper was served by the men of the congregation. Wakefield~Driver Hits And Kills Deer on M-28 WAKEFIELD — Richard Honglsto, 31, Wakefield, hit and killed a deer that ran out from the side of the road, as he was going along M-28, 3'/z miles east of Tula, at 8 p.m. Friday according to Michigan State Po lice, who Investigated the mis hap. Moderate damage resulted to the right front of the car. The driver escaped injury. Conserva tion officers were notified and they disposed of the animal. held recently in Ashland. She presented her winning select i on, "Moonshine" by Mac Dowell. She also played "Scotch Poem" by MacDowell, and "Sec o n d Movement of Sonata No. 1 by Mozart. Her superb playing and fine renditions were greatly enjoyed. During the business sessi o n, installat i o n of officers took place, with Mrs. Arnold Korpl as the installing officer. Installed as officers for the ensuing year were Mrs. V. Eugene Hans o n, president; Mrs. Carl Kleimola, first vice president; Mrs. R. F. Cloon, second vice president; Mrs. Joseph Bertie, recording secretary; Mrs. Carl Nelson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Isabel Anderson, treasurer; M i ss Grace Huston, Mrs. Howard Kaerwer and Mrs. Elsie Kurta, board of directors. Holdovers on the board of directors are Mrs. J. R. Franck, Mrs. Bernard Olejniczak and Mrs. Louis Del- Fa vero. The members voted that if the youth program of the Woman's I Club did not make a donation to he Little League, the club would donate $20 from the genera und. It was decided that the Woman's Club identify by tags, the everal articles of furniture and other items, including a display of dressed dolls of all countries n a glass case, that are current- y being loaned to the Wakefield Public Library. The club unanimously voted to support the community college jroject, which was approved in Monday's election. The meeting was preceded by a potluck supper. The commit- ;ee in charge of arrangements for the supper, and table appointments included Mesda m es G. Wilson, chairman; Arnold Swanson, Albert Hanson, V. Eugene Hanson. Ruth Potter, Florence Bordeaux, John Haglund, Eli Miljevlch and Ben Dianich. Advertising Network Schedules Convention ntorr (AP)—The 33rd an- mMttng of the North ' .Zon« of tip Advertli- '•rketinf International innouncwj Tuesday, if head of the Gray and ,ll»c. advertising agency Shower Is Given for Miss Sydella Tiberi WAKEFIELD—Miss Sydella Tiberi was the honored guest a a pre-nuptial shower held Satur day evening in the Immaculate Conception Parish Hall. Games were played and prizes were awarded. The honored gue s was presented with many lovely gifts. Hostesses for the affair were Miss Marsha Beling and Miss Sabina Dimitroff. Miss Ti berl will become the bride o Paul Mascotti of Bessemer in June. MUSIC THURSDAY NIGHT — by «h» — GALAXIES WHITE BIRCH IESSIMER PUtt it Burger • Daily Education Board Makes Plans for Annual Election BESSEMER—The Bessem e r Board of Education, last night, made plans for the annual school district election on June 14. The purpose of the election Is to elect one trustee to the board of education for a full term of four years to fill a vacancy due to the expiration of the term of Antone Wysoskl; and to submit to the electors the question of the consolidation of the Oogebic County and Ontonagon C o u nty Intermediate School Districts into one Intermediate School District to be known as the Oogeb- ic-Ontona g o n School district. Saturday, May Intermed late 15, at 4 p.m. Circle Honors Mothers, Sons And Daughters BESSEMER — Mothers, daughters and sons were honored in the program Mond a y night of Our Lady of Guadaloupe Circle, Daughters o f Isabella, held after a brief business session at which the regent, Mrs. Benard Proft, presided. The program featured a "talent show" by children o f members, opened with a tribute to mothers, a poem, "God Did a Wonderful Thing When He Created Mothers," composed by Harold L. Hoffner, son of Mrs. Jennie Hoffner, read by Mrs. Arnold Vispi. Hoffner's poet i c :reations have been published in various magazines and newspapers. Participating in the tal e n t show were children from the first through seventh grade age levels, in a variety ,of songs and piano selections. Peter and Michael Burla, first and third graders, sang "Take Me Out to the Ball Game;" Jeanne Winkowski, first grade, sang "Little Black Sambo;" The Wayside Chapel" by G.D. Wilson, was played on the piano by Andrene Winkowski, seventh grade. Mary Matrella, seventh grader, presented a solo, "On This Day O, Beautiful Mother," a tribute to the Blessed Mother; Your Are My Sunshine" was harmonized by Caroline Steiger, Mary Joe Graham, Peggy McCarthy, fifth graders, and Elizabeth Mattson, fourth grade, In the finale. Each participant was awarded a trophy certificate with coin attached. The program was arrang e d by Mrs. D. J. Pitrone and the program committee. The meeting was opened with the draping of the charter in tribute to the late Mrs. Anna Mattson, recently deceased. The call of the State Conven tion was presented by the regent and Mrs Proft was elected dele gate and the vice regent, Mrs Vispi. was elected altern ate Refreshments were serv e d after the program from a buf fet centered by an arrangemen of white carnations tinged with blue, enhanced by lighted blue tapers in candelabra arran g e ment. Presiding were the host esses headed by Mrs. Geno Ma trella and Mrs. Clarence Pro belski. The Manx language, a form o Gaelic or a Celtic language, has long been a dying tongue am now is seldom spoken. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Tonight, Thursday an Friday—Twic. Evenings at 6:45 and 9:00 JOHN WAYNE STEWART GRANDE ERNIE KOVACS FABIAN is the deadline for filing petitions for nomination for the office of school district trustee. Petit! o n forms are available at the off i c e of the secretary of t h e school board, in the superintendent's office in the A. D. Johnston high school, where petitions should be filed up until the deadline. Monday, May 17, is the last day on which unregistered voters may register in order to be eligible to vote at the school elec- ion. Application for registration may be made to the clerk of the City of Bessemer on any day during regular office hours be- ore Monday, May 17; or be- ween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the ast day. Election board inspectors were appointed as follows: Mrs. Mary Ellen LaChapel 1 e, Miss Shirley Bridges, Mrs. Marlyn Ercole, Mrs. Rose Holevac, Mrs. Lucille Kuziola, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Rose Brown, Mrs. Mary Corgiat, Mrs. Francis Sparapani and Mrs. Nina Johnson. Alternates appointed are Mrs Winona Perotti, Mrs. Alvina Por- slund, Mrs. Irene Finger o o s, Mrs. Elsie undgren. Voters of made up of the 1st, 2nd and 4th Wards, will vote at the Washington School. Second precinct (Third Ward) voters will vote at the A. D. Johnston High School. Third Precinct (Fifth Ward) will vote at the Bessemer Indian- head Hostel (the former Barber School). Bids on fuel oil for the A. D. Johnston and Washington Schools were received and the contract to provide 100,000 gallons, more or less of No. 2 fuel oil, was awarded to the Irwin J. Neault dealer firm, Bessemer, low bidder at 10.46 cents per gallon, a firm bid for the school year. Other bidders were the Mobile Oil Co., the Western Oil Co.. Minneapolis, and the Cities Serv- ce Oil Co., and Johnson Service, Ironwood. Supt. Walter Newm a n informed the board that the annual federal inspection of the Reserve Officer Training corps of the A. D. Johnston Hi g h School is scheduled for Friday, May 14, from 8:30 to 3:15 p.m. The board authorized entertain- MODEL MISSILE — Model rocketeers at the National Hobby Center in Cape Coral, Fla., watch a successful test firing as they prepare for their national invitational meet over the Memorial Day weekend. The meet will come to a climax with an unprecedented rocket attack on a flying model plane. Roberts and Ed the 1st precinct, ment of the military personnel at luncheon at noon. Board members, who are free to take part, were invited to take part in the conference with military p e r- sonnel at luncheon. The board approved the recommendation of Supt. Newman that a contract be offered to Robert Pozega, his assignment to be left to the superintendent. There are two vacancies in the Washington School, either of which Pozega is qualified to fill. One is a vacancy in the sixth grade due to the retirement of Mrs. Ragna Berg, the other a vacancy in the general science and physical education departments of the junior high, vacated by the resignation of John Bonk. Applications for a position including head basketball coach at the high school, were reviewed but action was tabled until the next meeting. In other actions the board accepted the offer of the Ford Motor Company to provide a Gal- axie V8, four door cruisomatic, for driver training use under certain specific conditions. Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—My pointer is for the homemaker-typist. To get the most mileage out of carbon paper, place a cookie sheet over a stove burner and turn on low heat. When the sheet Is very warm place the carbon paper, back side down, on the cook I e sheet for about three minutes. Move It about so each part comes In contact with the heat and it will be almost as good as new.—CELIA Girls—Recently we published a hint from Elizabeth concern- Ing the way she cleaned her percolator basket. As a footnote I suggested that the coffee grounds be emptied into some* thing other than the sink so they would not clog the drain. This was advice from a plumber. An avalanche of letters came from readers saying they did it a 11 the time. One of the girls had called her plumber to check and he said the grounds would keep the drain clean. We proceeded to call several plumbers for their opinions. Four out of five said NOT to flush the grounds down the drain and the one who agreed that it was all right qualified his answer by saying never to put coffee grounds down the drain if one had a septic tank. There are differences of opinion even among the experts.—POLLY Dear Polly—Recently one of the members of our bridge club moved to another state. We each gift as a remembrance. I printed each name on the side of a clothespin. I am sure she will remember the good times we all had together as she hangs up her wash which will be often as she has four children.— MRS. W. F. S. Dear Polly— To wash buttons covered with cloth on washable dresses, I use a SOFT toothbrush and they clean in a jiffy. —I. E. G. Dear Polly— When emergencies such as children's injuries Good Manners Make Friends NIA® Treat the family to a surprise. Come to dinner before the threats begin. MA took her a small househ o 1 c or household accidents occur, valuable time is often lost finding out where the nearest hospital emergency room is and lust how to get there. To preve n this, my husband and I took a 'dry run" to the nearest hospital. Now we know the f aste s t route there and the location of the emergency room should any unhoped for crises call for emergency medical treatment.—JAN Share your favorite homemak- Ing Ideas. . .send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Da i 1 y Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Pointers. Company Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE Our latest version of one of the best light desserts. Broiled chicken, French fries, mixed cooked vegetable puree, salad bowV bread tray, Fhyl'i soft meringue, beverage. , PHYL'S SOFT MERINGCV ] a/4 cup. milk - ' 2 tablespoons cornstarcB mixed smooth with '/i cup cold milk t >/4 cup sugar ^f 1/4 teaspoon salt | '/a cup shredded coconut 9 5 large egg whites '1 Vi teaspoon cream of tartar ' 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 package (10 ounces) frozen sliced strawberries In a small saucepan, scald thtj milk; stir In cornstarch mixture. Cook and stir constantly ovct t moderate heat until smooth and thickened; remove from heat. Stir in sugar, salt and coconut? allow to stand to cool slightly while beating egg whites. Beat egg whites with cream of tartar until they hold straight stiff peaks: fold in slightly cooled sauce and vanilla. Turn into an ungreased layer-cake pan (8 by 1V4 inches).. Place in a pan o! hot water, having water com* halfway up side of pan. Bake in a slow (325 degrees) oven until puffed and lightly browned •35 to 40 minutes. Cool in pan •meringue will fall slightly;' chill. Cut in wedges and top with thawed strawberries. Makes 6 servings. SHOP: Mae's Style Shoppe for beautiful, Cool summer Dresses, House-Dresses, Sun Dresses, Shifts, Dressy 1 and 2 piece dresses. 5.98 & up S. Sophie St. Bessemer Phone 667-3711 /I USE DA FLY GLOBE WANT-ADS New! A TRUE ONE-COAT PAINT ACME QUALITY LATEX Hot Wall Finish Martin's Hardware Sophie Si. Bessemer Phone 663-4417 'All I said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and 111 eat my hat." NEW LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS NORTH TO ALASKA Also teltcitd ihort features RONWOO TH£A7KL LAST 2 DAYS! EVES. 7:00 9:00 Starts FRIDAY! IRONWOOD GALA REOPENING FRIDAY, 8 P.M. AUDREY HEPBURN In Color GARY GRANT "CHARADE" PLUS! JAMES DARREN • PAMELA TIFFIN "THE LIVELY SET" In Color REDUCEDUlMITED TIME ONLY! 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