Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 13
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 13

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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THURSDAY, MAY 13,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THIRTEEN We've answered the call for FULL MEAT VALUE! THE SECRET'S IN THE TRIM: Louie has a way with the knife; expert trimming iueh at hit makes your every meat buy a better one 'cause there's less fat, no waste, more value per pound! This is especially true of our chuck steaks this week. Be sure you take advantage of this special butcher service often! Swift's Premium Steer Beef 55 Ib CHUCK ROAST.. CHUCK STEAKS ,„ 69c GROUND BEEF Si«,49c PORK BUTTS T* , b 39e COLBY CHEESE *„,„.-,, .._... *.4fc SPRINGERS Fresh, net freien For roasting or frying 3 to tt Ib. average 37 Ib FRESH LAKE SUPERIOR TROUT • SMELTS Real Gold ORANGE BASE 7 6-oz. NEW LOW PRICEI STOKELY'S FROZEN FOODS Green peas Mixed Vegetables Cut corn Peas & carrots ... Wagon Trail PEANUT BUTTER B It M Ovtn BAKED BEANS Elm TIM FroMn Daniih COFFEE CAKE Kraft BARBECUE SAUCE Dairy Maid 10-OZ. pkgs. 31.1 1.00 l-lb. 2-oi. OC« jar OX Dairy Maid m ^BV. ICE CREAM «* 49 f U.S. No. 1 "A" Siie Russet Burbank Potatoes 99 20 WollOMtTt Mahtio leusiana Frt*h STRAWBERRIES . full 49e In Cold WATERMELONS Price* •ftectlv* through •thirdly Only Grass Sood, Vigoro, Compost FARIBO Vogotabl* or Flowor SEEDS OPIN MON. THRU FRI. • a.m. until • p.m. OPIN SATURDAY I a.m. until 6 p.m. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 8 a.m.-l p.m. 3old Prospector o Work Claim By HEDLEY BURRELL MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — iteve Deakins is going back to Alaska—to work a gold-mining claim he hopes will yield enough to put him through college. Deakins, 20, is Joint owner of he claim, near Anchorage, with Ed Bowers, a geologist and licensed prospector and a friend of the Deakins family. 'We traveled around Alaska and the Yukon before staking he claim," he said. "The United States and Canada have an agreement that allows Americans to file claims in the Yukon and Canadians to prospect on American soil." Bowers previously had a claim but last year's earthquake destroyed it. He returned with Deakins to start work from scratch. Deakins says he will be in Alaska about 4'/ 2 months this year. He and Bowers hope to build a cabin while working their claim. He plans to return to Georgia next winter and enter college where he would like to major in geology and then go back to Alaska. Deakins says: "Many kids go right to college without being really sure of what they want to do. That's when a lot of them begin flunking out. I think I will be better prepared by waiting." Claim jumpers? They're no problem, reports Deakins. There is nobody around particularly Interested in "jumping," he said. The son of a minister, the Rev. H. B. Deakins of Olive Springs Baptist church in Marietta, the younger Deakins attended Osborne High School. How did he happen to go to Alaska? Bowers, when he was due to return last summer, offered him an air ticket to Anchorage if he would lend a hand. Deakins says he accepted — eagerly. "it's" a great country," he declared. Roc Hand Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hicks and family have returned to their home in Royal Oak after visiting her sister, Mrs. Larry Roehm, and other relatives at Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Razmus and family have returned from a two weeks' vacation with relatives and friends at Washington, D. C., Oakridge, Tenn., and Florida. Mrs. Gordon Seid has returned from the Ontonagon Memor i a 1 Hospital where she was a patient. William Blomquist is a patient at St. Luke's Hospital, Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Merill Preiss and family visited with relatives at Manistique. They were accompanied home by her brother and sister Jimmy and Sally Peters, who visited here for a week. Benjamin Holman, Lauri u m, visited the Frank Wiesen family and other friends. Mrs. Kenneth Fredrikson has returned home from the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital where where she was a patient. Laura Jean Gougeon, Wh i te Pine, spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gougeon. Alfred Hagquist and John Keranen, Alston, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seline. Mrs. Edward Gagnon has returned to her home from the Ont o n a g o n Memorial Hospital where she was a patient. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met recently in the church parlors. Mrs. James Hilger had charge of devotions, and Mrs. Charles Wilber, president, conducted the meet i n g. Lunch was served to 13 members and one guest, Miss Lavina Seid, by Miss Regina Davey. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Eric Seline. Mrs. Ernest Schust Sr. is a pa- tient at the LaCroix Hospital, White Pine. Miss Marta Sheveland Is a patient at the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Andrew Bartanen Is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Jose p h Ivanecky and Mrs. Robert Wegs, and their families at Chicago. Miss Gall Wilber Is a patient at the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Jenny Lee Ann and Joy Lynn Ann, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gagnon, are at their home after being in the L'Anse Memorial Hospital since birth. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Snowball, Flint, have returned to their home after spending a week here. Marenisco PTA Picks Officers MARENISCO—The following officers have been elected by the Marenisco Parent-Teacher Association to serve for the 1965-66 school year: President, Mrs. Robert Grivicich; vice president, Mrs. John Nordberg; secretary, Mrs. Dominic Richetta; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Miller. They were elected at the April meeting, at which Mrs. Earl Charles thanked the members for their help and co-operation while she was president. Lunch was served by the moth- ers of kindergarten and first grade children. Mrs. Dennis Driscoll, Merrill, Wis., spent several days with a brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilutis, and her mother, Mrs. Ceil Miller. She also visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russe 11 Black. The Mary Enid Scott Home Extension Club will have its next meeting May 27 at 7:30 p.m at the cottage of Mrs. Robert Grivicich on Lake Gogebic. At the April meeting, held at the town I hall, the members worked on lint brushes. Mrs. George Shisko and iMrs. John Zorich were hostesses. I Mrs. Joseph Guillano and Mrs. C. Helnske of St. J u d e's Parish, White Pine, accompanied by Mrs. Geo. Shisko, Mrs. Carl Anderson and Marne Anders o n of St. Gather 1 n e's, Marenisco, and Mrs. Martin Schutte, Immaculate Conception, Watersmeet, attended the Marquet t e Diocesan Council of Cath o 1 i c Women's Convention at Iron Mountain May 1 and 2. The Samba Club met at t h e home of Mrs. George Mall to honor her mother, Mrs. Martha Carey, Wausau, who is visiting here. Prizes were given to Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Viola Bittner, Mrs. Albert Sailey and Mrs. Glad y s Brightsman. Lunch was served by Mrs. Mall. St. Catherine's Altar Society met May 4 at the town hall. A report was given on the Marquette Diocesan Council of Catholic Women's Convention held at Iron Mountain by Mrs. Carl Anderso- and Marne. Plans were made to serve the Junior- senior banquet May 20 and tor a party May 17. Hostesses were Mrs. Wes Gunderman and Mrs. Kenneth Hoglund. The next meeting will be held June 1. LOTS OF FLIES If all the flies in the world but two could be killed, those two alone in six months could 1 produce a family of descen- i dants too large to count. There are 40,000 known species of files in the world. VAN BUSKIRK CO-OP CO. Highway 51 OutsicU Hurlty WEEKEND SPECIALSI SPECIALS BEEP ROAST Ib 49c ROUND STEAK ,b69c SIRLOIN STEAKS , b 69c GROUND Hamburger 2 ibt.89e CLUB STEAKS ,b55c T-BONES ,. 75c BEER TO TAKE OUT Men love that PROTEN BEEF Maybe because it's juicier, because it broils tender every time. At any rate, Swift's ProTen Beef has become more popular with each passing year with the backyard broiling set! Try some yourself, soon! CHUCK STEAK 69 CHUCK ROAST 55 RIB STEAKS.. 89: Fresh Ground BEEF 2-89 LARGE BOLOGNA rcr n.. 39 SKINLESS FRANKS = •• 47' Fleischmann's OLEO"«2i79' FINER ffllRuJflY FOODS We Reserve the Right tt limit CHKintMc* Fairway Bartlett Halves ^fc PEARS... 3 Fairway Blueberry Pie MIX Fairway TUNA.... Fairway jf± f* FLOUR 25 20-oz. cans 18-oz. cans 61-oz. cans Ib. bag 00 00 00 69 Red Teiwessee STRAWBERRIES Full Qt. C 49 •s-5 ORANGES no,.*. ................ 5£,59c POTATOES APPLES IMPERIAL 10 ,,»,B9c 3iV49c 2 lbi . 79c All flavors g| ft • g\/\ JELL010 89 FROZEN FOODS Libby's Orange Juice t .,4,.,$1.00 Beef Steakettes l§ *We Dairy Maid ICE CREAM ou. BRACK'S (io'/ 2 -oz.) (12.01.) fit .*%.*% i CHEERIOS or WHEATIES 3'* 89' 39 89 69 Circus Peanuts or Treats Gold Medal POP 5 INSTANT PELS Mb. pkg. bill. lOcofffjiant ttzo 3 Ibs. Itt ••. oo fairway Pruh f* jm COCKTAIL... 3 -1 Fairway Pi* 4* f% J% CRUST MIX 2-39 Palrway Dovils Pood, Whlto, Yollow, Splco, Mi rblo CAKE MIX...4ri°° I lag Cabin PVafliA SYRUP'...._. v 59 C SCAHER RUGS 24 4x 25" size SJ19 with y»ur purchas* of $5.00 or mor« Ravey's Fairway Ironwoed Hannemon's Grocery M*rt«r Kelto-Velin Trolla's Food Market Hurlty Jack's Food Shop Ramsay Frozen Food locker Iwon •••-T- .^.i'.-i,-J-li- ^.AiVAl.

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