THURSDAY, MAY 13,1965. IRONWOOD DAtlY GLOBt, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Dates of Events Are Announced ONTONAGON—A meeting of ;;he ontonagon Woman's Cl u b was held Tuesday evening at the ligh school, during which time ,he president informed the group of important dates to keep in oiind, including the Houghton- Ontonagon Counties Federation meeting at the Miscowaubik Club in Calumet, May 15; the Oommunity Improvement Seminar at Northern Michigan University, May 17, and the Nation- al Woman's Club Convention at New Orleans June 7-11. Club members voted to .contribute $25 to the Red Cross Swimming program and $5 to the Mountaineer Drum and Bugle Corps. A letter was read from Rep. Raymond Clevenger commending the club on its interest in the Sylvania Tract proposal. A discussion was held on the annual President's Day dinner to be held this year at S i 1 v e r Court May 25. The preside n t announced that Mrs F. L. Wilson, White Pine, will be the speaker for the dinner. The dinner will be held at 7 p.m. and re'servatlons are to be made in advance. Mrs. Hugo Bigge gave an interesting talk on Michigan Week, discussing the natural resources and beauties of the state. The fine arts department, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Donald Parker, presented an entertaining feat u r e "The Four Seas o n s of the Year." The spring section featured "The Wedding of the Painted Doll;" summer, "By the Sea," in 1890 bathing suits; fall, Labor Day, and winter, a take off on TV commercials. Participating on the program were Mesdames John Bi g g e, James Fender, Robert Kimball. Joseph Obey, Walter Smith, A. R. Slachta, James Goard, Thomas Hartzell, L. Sloat, Floyd Rogers, Tony Domitrovich, Jay Zimmer, Kay Mazurek, Donald Parker, Francis Ouzek and David Tucker. The program concluded with the singing of a specially written song "We Love Ontona g o n" and commun i t y singing of "Enjoy Yourself." Ontonagon Briefs A special meeting of the Ontonagon Aerie of Eagles will be held Monday evening, May 17, at 8 at the Eagles Hall. An Eagle's spokesman stated that this will be a most import ant session and it is to the interest of all officers and members to be in attendance. ItVtN Awards Listed 7o4-HC/ub ONTONAOON —The Rain or Shine 4-H Club exhibited in six projects at Achievement Day held in Ewen. The awards were as follows. Clothing: Blue Ribbons, Maren Reynolds. Lois Kallunki, Jennifer Kallunki and Linda Bailey. Red Ribbons, Coleen Myhren, Nancy Wesa, Kathy Haw 1 e y and Kathy Shamion. Knitting: Blue Ribbons, Mary Jo Kiosk!, Christine Z i m m er and Linda Bailey. Red Ribbons. Paulette Mazurek and K a r en Mazurek. Handicraft: Blue Ribbon, Nancy Wesa. Junior Leadership: Blue Ribbons: Nancy Wesa and Colleen Myhren. Red Ribbons: Maren Reynolds and Michele Ooulet. Secretary's Award: Michele Ooulet. County Honors: Linda Bai 1 ey and Jennifer Kallunki. Florence Nightingale, 'Patron Saint of Nurses' Recognized Farmer Gored by Bull ALLEOAN (AP)—Oren Davis, 69, of rural Allegan. was fatally gored by a bull Wednesday on the Philip Hemline farm near the Allegan County Community of Chicora. i i Come in and Open Your Penney Charge Account Today ^A-M £jL ^&^0 ^wWB^j^^^^^^^ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY* YOUR CHOICE 19 set plus fed tax MATCHED LUGGAGE SETS FOR MEN and WOMEN ? Weekend 6.63 • Beauty case 4.63 • 24" Pullman 8.63 women's 3-pc. set 13" beauty case, 21" weekend, 24" pullman in red, blue. Quilted rayon taffeta linings. 21" Companion 9.00 24" 2-Suiter 10.88 men's 2-pc. set 21" companion, 24" 2-suiter in charcoal. Quilted rayon linings, metal hangers, folding fixtures. SISTER'S CAREFREE DRESSES Now when you want them most—Penney's comes up with special low prices on girls' sparkling-fresh summer-wear! Breezy dresses,... all in easy-care, wash and wear cotton seersucker! 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Top value, low pricedl By WALTER PAYNTER Vice Chairman, Grand View Hospital Board of Trustees "Traditionally National Hospital Week is observed in conjunc tion with the birthday of Florence Nightingale, 'patron saint of nurses.' In keeping with the theme 'People—Heart of the Hospital,' and in observance of Florence Nightingale's birthday, it is appropriate that today we recognize the nursing profession as a particular segment of hospital people. "Without this profession h o s- pitals virtually would not exist. The nursing personnel of a n y Hospital usually constitute more than 50 per cent of its total staff. The hospital nursing staff is composed of a team of professional and practical nurses supplemented by auxiliary nursing personnel. "The most highly skilled this team is the Registered Professional Nurse, who provides bedside nursing service to patients, either by giving direct care or by supervisng other nursing personnel. She administers medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician, observes, reports and records symptoms and clinical signs, reactions, and progress of patients r assists in patient education and rehabilitation; gives comfort and support to patients, and instructs auxiliary nursing personnel 'and students. "Licensed practical nurses assist in the care and treatment of the ill under the direction of physicians or professional nurses. As members of the nursing team, they primarily work at the bedside, helping with pers o n al hygiene; taking patients' temperatures, pulse, respirations and blood pressure, and giving prescribed treatments and medications. They assist professional nurses in caring for the seriously ill patients who need the corn- members of bined skill of both 5 the nursing team. m "Nursing service aids are SEW IT IN A FEW HOURS— Here's the clever young dress you see everywhere—and skimmers go together in almost no time. No. 8225 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40.. Size 12, 32 bust, 2 yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. . Exciting,' inspiring, informative—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just 50c. Mother's Day Is Observed ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon Aerie of Eagles and Auxiliary members joined in observing Mother's Day Sunday evening, May 9, at the Eagles Hall. About 40 members anil guests were served a planned potluck supper with preparations and serving by the women of the organization. William E. Burgess was master of ceremonies. He introduced the outgoing and incoming officers of both Aerie and Auxiliary and kept the evening's program going smoothly. The Rev. Carlson Gerdau of the Ascension Episcopal Church gave the invocation and was also the speaker of the evening. His message was most inspirational and concerned the responsibilities of successful motherhood. Burgess introduced Mrs. Max Middaugh as the Eagles Mother of the Year and presented her with a Mother of the Year Plaque inscribed with her name. The 1964 Mother of the Year, Mrs. Reino Tarvas, presented Mrs. Middaugh with a corsage and the 1963 mother, Mrs. Wallace Kbsey in turn pinned a corsage to the shoulder of Mrs. Tarvas. The program ended with the group singing of "God Bless America," and the invocation concluded with the benedict ion by Pastor Gerdau. A social evening followed the meeting. members of the auxiliary nursing team. They generally perform duties assigned by professional and practical nurses. They perform patient care functi o n * not requiring special skills or professional judgment. Aides work closely to patients and usually are the closest liais o n between the patient and his basic needs. "A career in nursing is possible for anyone. It should not be overlooked by men. For years the practice of nursing has been thought of as a job for women, but just as teaching has attracted men to its field in substantially greater numbers, nursing is starting to develop as a reward career for men. "We are fortunate in having an approved Practical Nursi n g Education Program in the county. The Gogebic Unit Program is a result of two years of effort by Grand View's administration to obtain this type of program. Since its Inception in February, 1962, it has • obtained a most creditable reputation. With more than 95 per cent of its graduates passing state licensing examinations the Gogebic Unit Program ranks high among those in Michigan. "The program is hospital based under the sponsorship of Northern Michigan University. It is quite different than , the program at the university in that all formal classes, ward conferences and hospital functioning take place in the hospital setting. Both local hospitals participate in the program. • "Financial aspects of the'Go gebic Program are attract! v e particularly to local students. Tuitition and fees for Michigan residents total $235. For'non- Michigan residents, it is $50 more. In cases where nous in g and meals are needed, it is available in the Grand View dormitory at a reasonable co s t. Generally speaking, a local person can complete the Gogebic course for about one-fifth' the cost for the same education elsewhere. "In recognition of nursing, let us pause in thought for a moment today and remember Florence Nightingale, 'The Lady With the Lamp.' This 'Lady,* born of wealth and beauty, spurned Victorian social *mi- nence to conduct a lonely and much opposed crusade for reforms in the care of the sick and the afflicted. A little more than a century ago hospitals were places of wretchedness, degradation and squalor. The sick came into 'hospitals filthy and remained filthy. It was Florence Nightingale who led the way to changing this. We should be ever grateful to her and nurses who have traditionally carried on and furthered her standards." Of of Formal Opening of Golf Club Saturday ONTONAGON — The f o r m al spring opening of the Ontonagon Golf Club will be held Saturday, May 15. This marks the official opening of the golf season and is one of the highlights of the club's social calendar. A social hour will commence at 6:30 with dinner to follow. Reserva t i o n s should be made with Nick Mllak- ovich. . ;••• Eastern Star Meeting Held ONTONAGON—A meeting North Star Chapter, Order Eastern star, was held Monday evening at the Masonic 'Hall. Preceding the meeting a 6:30 potluck supper was served with covers laid for 40 members. It was announced that Cloverland will be held at Manistique June 9 and 10. It was also announced that an open recept i o n honoring Mrs. Bessie Nygard, grand committee women will ba held Sunday afternoon, June IS, from 2 to 4 at the Masonic Hall. The grand family will be in-attendance. A silent prayer followed by the Lord's Prayer was held in tribute to the memory of the deceased members, followed by a memorial service "They Have Walk e d Through the Open Door," with all officers taking part and M r s. Chester Davison acting as narrator. During the candlel i g h t program, the star points placed flowers on the altar and the offering formed d cross. The chaplain led in prayer in tribute to th« two members, Mrs. Ella Baiter and O. J. Leslie, who died during the past .year. The next meeting will be htM June 14. Hostesses will be Ura. Robert Chapman, Mrs. Jay YooV er and Mrs. Earl Doyle. ',.'• , Ever wrap partly cookeo>bft> con around halved chicken ^lifers?, Serve with a dip mrtft from French dressing and mpp chutney.
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