Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 14, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, May 14, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1965. Hospital Week Is Being Noted At Wakefield WAKEFIELD—National Hospital Week is being observed at Divine Infant Hospital this week. In connection with the observance Hospital Career Day was held one day for interest e d juniors of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer; St. Ambro s e High School, Ironwood, and Wakefield High School. Forty- three young people indicated an interest and were taken on a tour of the hospital. This tour gave them a chance to view the hospital facilities, including many of the behind- the-scene services and "off-limits" areas not mormally seen by the public. For those not having seen the inner workings of a hospital before, the experience is a reassuring one. It is reassuring in the sense that hospitals show dramatic progress made in recen t years in both the scientific care of patients and in the administration and management of these complex institutions. In a time when an average of one out of every seven persons goes to the hospital for treatment each year, we need to know that our hospital meets its obligations by providing high quality patient care. The facilities and services found in Divine Infant Hospital and the dedication to patients exhibited by hospital personnel convinces us that we are indeed receivi n g the benefits of modern scientific care, hospital authorities said. We also found evidence that the hospital is never satisfied with-the status quo, that it continually looks for new ways of providing better care and of protecting the consumer's health care dollar. Great strides have been made in recent years in many fields of endeavor, but none more important to the welfare of the individual than the progress in health care. The hospital has been a primary force in bringing these benefits to our community. For OPEN For BUSINESS TOWN PUMP BAR "BEST IN TOWN" WELCOMES BACK ALL OF HER OLD FRIENDS McLeod Av«. Ironwood L DONT MISS IT ... you can't afford to SUPER SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY NIGHT DEPINTO - MIKE • ELI and PETE and featuring: RUSS with His "MAGIC VIOLIN Saturday night Only! • at the BALKAN INN Sunday Lake St. Wakefield I'/ PEOPLE—HEART OF THE HOSPITAL—Pictured in the lobby of Divine Infant Hospital, W.akefield, are two sisters, who with other employes of the hospital, are observing National Hospital Week. Sister Mary Irmina is at the left and Sister Mary Leontine at the right. One feature of the week's observance was Hospital Career Day with 43 young people of range high schools visiting the hospital. (Daily Globe Photo) his, we publicly thank the hospital and all those affiliated with t,, those in diarge of the hospi- al concluded. Statistics for Divine Infa n t Hospital for the year 1964 are as follows: Admissions, 2,224; births, 214; 'People—the Heart of the Hospital" (employes), 104; days of lospital care administered, 18,248; percentage of occupancy, 70 per cent; average daily census; 43; bed capacity, 66; surgeries performed, 610; x-ray procedures taken, 3,206; fluroscopes jerformed, 423; electrocardiograms taken, 468; tests per- :ormed in the laboratory, 15,414; salaries, $289,579.54. Altar, Rosary Society Meets WAKEFIELD — In the absence of the president, Mrs. Francis Johnson conducted the Altar and Rosary Society meeting at the Immaculate Conception Parish Hall Wed n e s d a y night, Mrs. Ben Novak gave a report on the recent pasty sale, which was very successful. An interesting report of the highlights of the Marquette Diocesan Council of Cath o 1 i c Women's Convention which was held in Iron Mountain, was given by the delegate, Mrs. William Walter. Cricle 1 will hold a rummage sale on Friday, May 14, in the parish hall, it was announced. The summer fund collect i o n will be held on June 6. Mrs. Novak volunteered to be the chairman of the Confirmation dinner to be held May 28, honoring Bishop Thomas L. Noa and the clergy of the range. On May 30, the senior class breakfast will be held after the 8:30 Mass with Mrs. J. R. Franck and Mrs. Peter Petranek in charge. Circle 2 was appointed to clean the kitchen in May, and Circle 4 to serve lunch in June. Lunch was served from a table attractively decorated with a Madonna centerpiece and spring flowers with members of Circle 3 as hostesses. Couple Feted At 2 Parties WAKEFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Riutta returned this week from Skokie and Lincolnw o od, 111., where they spent sever a 1 weeks visiting Mrs. Riutta's son, Edwin Klemetilla, and her daughters and their famil i e s . While in that area, the couple was surprised at a post nuptial party with her daughters and her sister, Mrs. Sidney Barringer, as hostesses. A cake decorated in the "Congratulation" motif centered the table. The couple was presented with many gifts and a purse of money. Guests included former Wakefield resid e n t s, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Barringer and family, Edwin Klemet ilia, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ahonen and family, Skokie; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lindberg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maki and son, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haavikko, Waukegan; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rae- fielli, Morton Grove, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosen, Chicago; Dr. and Mrs. Simon Rose and family. Following their return here on Sunday, they were honored at a party at their home which was attended by 25 relatives, with Mrs. Donald Pezzetti and Mrs. Donald Hewitt, as hostesses. They were presen ted with many lovely gifts and a purse of money. Attending the event from Skokie, 111., were Mrs. Sidney Barringer and Edwin Klemetilla. Wakefield Briefs Mr. and Mrs. John Howe left Thursday for Ann Arbor to visit their daughter, Miss Sharon, who is employed in that city. The Fourth of July activities committee will meet tonight at 7 in the American Legion Post Home, River Street. Representatives of all civic organizations are invited to attend, to make plans for the four day commemoration. FT A Seniors Receive Pins At Annual Tea WAKEFIELD — The sen i o r members of the Mary MacDonald Club, Wakefield Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, were presented with pins in recognition of their hours of service in the Wakefield schools at a recent ceremony. The presentations were made by Harry Sutler, Wakefield High Sch o o 1 principal, at the annual senior tea held Tuesday, May 11, in the cafeteria. Joanne Perry, FTA president, acted as toastmistress for the program. Carl E. Kleimola, superintendent of the Wakefield schools, spoke to the students on the importance of choos i n g friends wisely. A delightful part of the afternoon's events was the trib u t e paid by the president to the honored guests were Miss Alfie Windberg, founder and past adviser of the Wakefield FTA Chapter, and Mrs. Flor e n c e Bordeaux, Mrs. Esther Hyppa, and Mrs. Mildred John son, Wakefield faculty members retiring in June, Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Klem o 1 a, Mr. and Mrs. Sutter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Duffin, Mrs. Gladys Leman, Miss Odessa Carl son, Mrs. Grace Trettin and Mrs. Gertrude Walstrom, all special friends of the FTA. Mrs. Hazel Bedell and Mrs. Marie Tyack, retired Wakefield teach e r s, were unable to attend. The program also includ e d musical selections from "South Pacific" sung by John Petranek accompanied by Sandra Graves and a "Song for Seniors" sung by the FTA members accompanied by Paula Jarvi. Concluding the program was the candlelighting cerem o n y conducted by Mrs. G r a ce Graves, FTA adviser. Wh i 1 e using the letters in the name Future Teachers of America for words to impress on the young people the goals to be aimed for and the values to be held most dear, Mrs. Gr a v e s lighted the candles of the Senior FTA members. The seniors, in turn, gave their lighted candles to the juniors symbolizing at one time carrying on the traditions and ideals of the organization and keeping lighted the torch of learning, Attractive programs with daffodils on the covers and a beautiful centerpiece carried out the yellow and white spr i n g theme. Juniors of the organizat i o n were in charge of arrangements and serving, with the senior members as guests. Pouring at the tea table was Carol Edmark. Background music as the guests were served was provided by Sandra Graves. Mrs. Ella Noll and Mrs. Graves are advisers of the Wakefield FTA Chapter. Reception Held For 82 Seniors WAKEFIELD—The eighty-two members of the Wakefield High chool graduating class were ;uests at a reception which was given in their honor by the Wakefield Parent-Teacher Association and the members of he Wakefield High School facul- y. White picket fences decora- ed with hyacinths and light e d anterns, beautiful floral posters, and place settings in the class colors transformed the music auditorium of the high school j nto a gay and cplorful setting reminiscent of a spring garden or the annual event honor ing he Wakefield "seniors" of '65." Mrs. Ruth Potter, speaking on jehalf of the members of- the PTA, offered congratulations and jest wishes to the seniors. Words expressing the hope of the acuity for a rewarding and successful life for each senior were poken by Carl E. Kleimo 1 a, superintendent of the Wakefield Township Schools. Pouring at the beautifully appointed tea table were Mrs. Mildred Johnson, high school librar- an, who will be retiring in June, and Mrs. Grace Graves, senior ilass adviser. Members of the PTA on the :erving committee for the afternoon affair were Mesd a m e s 'ranck, Scaggio, Zuidmuld e r, i n n u n e n, Danielson, G i 1- bert, Sutter, Kemppainen, Kuala, A h o 1 a and Sibley. M e s- dames Sutter, Gilbert, Kemppainen, Drier, Grambow, Maki, ramblit and Tervo were on the unch committee. The reception committee included Mrs. Ruth Potter, Mrs. H. Sawaski and Daniel Mestnik. Help i n g with arrangements concluding the tea were the members of the Wakefield Junor-Senior High School teaching staff including Mesdames Schlecht, Johnson, Mattson, Van Slyke, Potter, Graves and Anon- ch; and Messrs. Foster, R u d, E. Maki, L. Maki, Cvengros, ane, Daniels, Davidson, Koponen, Sutter, Petranek. Mest n i k, Dianich, Richards, Heath, Gem- bolls, and Forini. Miss Odessa Carlson, home economics instructor, was in charge of planning, arrang i n g and coordinating the enjoyable event. One town in Missouri is named Tightwadd. STORE-WIDE MAY CLEARANCE SALE! (ALL SALES FINAL!) Merchandise Must Be Moved! SAVE AU PITTSBURGH PAINTS 50% off GLASS 25% off custom cut-plain or frosttd double strength Rummage Sale Odds 'n -y c ^ „ Ends /O%off up to 75% Store-wide Savings (example:) 6:50x16 INNERTUBES REGULAR $4.60 NOW $2.30 7:50x20 INNERTUBES £ REGULAR $8.90 NOW ^* Plus many many other Values Some Store Fixtures: Chairs, Tablet, Scales A Show Cases Sob Conthiuts until week from Saturday May 15th MARTIN HARDWARE St. Ph»n« 663-4417 Program at Church Sunday WAKEFIELD — Members of the First Lutheran Church observing their birthday anniversaries in January, February, March and April, will present a birthday program Sunday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. in tne church. The bilingual program is a follows: Group singing, members of the group; opening devotions and prayer, Mrs. Lyle Thompson. Poem, Melita Juopperi; song Kemppainen sisters; poem, Carla Pikka; solo, Mary Ann Rolando; reading, Mrs. Amanda Siiro. Duet, Mrs. Wayne Jarv e 1 a and Mrs. Isaac Saari; reading, Mrs. Anna Bay; vocal solo Mrs. Rudolph Kemppainen. A talk will be given by the Rev. S. V. Autere. The offertory will be a piano solo by Fia Hill The accompanist for the vocal selections for the evening will be Glenda Hill. A social hour will follow and lunch will be served in the church parors, with the members of the birthday group as the hostesses. The public is in vited. Summer Regulations On Garbage in Effect BESSEMER—Street commis sioner Peter Pairolero infor m s, that summer garbage collectioi regulations are now in effect Alleys are open and residents in areas in which alleys were snow clogged during the winter, are asked to deposit garbage cans in the alleys instead of at the curb in front of their homes. He asks that garbage and debris result ing from "clean-up" be canned boxed, or bundled in a form con venient for collection. boy to the doctor where he was treated for lacerations of the face. The accident occurred at 7 p.m. on Monday. Visiting Days Are Announced BESSEMER—Visiting days for all children entering kindergarten in the fall at the Washington School, will be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 17, 18 and 19. Mrs. Anne Semmerl i n g, instructor, announces the following schedule for visiting children: Monday morning — Children rom North Bessemer, Palms and East End Addition. Monday afternoon—child r e n rom Yale Location. Tuesday morning—children liv- ng in town whose last names begin with letters A through K. Wednesday morning—those in own whose last names beg i n ivith letters L through Z. Tuesday afternoon— childre n iving on 1st and 2nd Avenues and in the so-called "Jungles" area. Wednesday afternoon—children iving in the Fairview Addit i o n. May Crowning Event Is Held WAKEFIELD — The ceremony of crowning the Blessed Mother as Queen of May took place at the Immaculate Cone e p t i o n atholic Church Wed n e s day evening at 7 p.m. Debra Orlich, president of ihe Young Girls Sodality, placed ;he crown of flowers on the Blessed Mother. She was escorted into the church by the cross bearers and altar boys, the First Communicants, and children from the Catechetical Classes. These were followed by Mary Jean Grambow carrying the sodality banner, the court of honor composed of girls from the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades, Mary Ann Karling carrying the crown on a pillow, then Miss Orlich dressed as a bride. All the while, the choir sang appropriate music. Youth Is Saved By Robert Yon WAKEFIELD — Robert Yon : about 30, Ascherman Str e e t was being commended this week for his act of bravery in the saving of a youth from drowning, it was reported. Clayton Harvey, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harvey, Pierce Street, was throwing rocks into the river from a bridge near the Veterans of Foreign Wars Club when he fell in. He was unable to swim, the water was deep and he had gone down twice when Yon, noting his predica ment, jumped into the river, ful ly clothed, and pulled the youth from the water. He took the DANCE - DANCE - DANCE SATURDAY NITE - MUSIC x. GALAXIES White Birch Inn BESSEMER Brown's Cafe Exceptionale Brides-to-be, make reservations now for your Wedding banquets and Breakfasts at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale! They specialize in thoroughly pleasing brides and grooms. Special occasion to celebrate? Then without a doubt Brown's is the place to go to ... There cuisine is in itself an occasion of celebration for full course dinners or snack treat . . . Private attractive dining room facilities are available to seat over 100 comfortably. Brown's Cafe Exceptionale FREE PARKING BESSEMER ON U.S. 2 PHONE M7-I141 Deadline for filing May 75 BESSEMER — Tomorrow at p.m. (CDT) is the deadline or filing petitions for nomina- ,ion for school district trustee tor a full four year term, to fill a vacancy due to the expiration of the term of Antone Wysoski. Petitions may be filed in the office of the superintendent, with the secretary of the board of education during regular ofi c e lours, or between 2 and 4 p.m. Saturday aternoon. Recollection Day Scheduled BESSEMER—A Day of Recollection for all high school and college students of the parish, will be held at the St. Sebastian Catholic Church Sunday, May 16, beginning at 1 p.m. This spiritual exercise will be conducted by the, Rev. Dona 1 d Shiroda, assistant pastor of St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Escanaba. Father Shiroda is the vocational director of the Marquette Diocese and has had considerable experience in spiritual retreat work. He is prepared to deliver some interesting, practical and "down-to-earth c o n- ferences, said Rev. C. J. Franczek, parish pastor. Father Shiroda will arrive Friday evening and will be available for conferences and to hear confessions Saturday. The retreat schedule will be published in the Sunday church bulletin. Business Women Will Fete Mothers, Guests BESSEMER — The Bessemer Business and Professional Women's Club will honor mothers and guests Monday, May 17, at ;he Elks clubroom, with a potluck supper to be served at 6:30 p.m. Dessert will be furnished by a committee consisting of Mrs. George Sabol, chairman; Mrs. Douglas Fender^ Mrs. Peter Relich, Mrs. Ann Stevens, Mrs. Lee Upton, Mrs. John Veralli, Mrs. Frank Evsich and Mrs. James Trugeon. Entertainment for the event is under the direction of Mrs. Dante Pric c o, chairman; Mrs. Martin Pricco, Mrs. Carl Olson and Mrs. Louis Mascotti. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Times Tonight Twice Evenings at 6:45 & 9:00 "NORTH TO ALASKA" also selected short features COMING SATURDAY and SUNDAY Showing Twice Evenings at 6:50 and 9.00. Matinee Sunday at 2:00 "The Music—The Beat . . . Meet the Go-Go Girls!" "GET YOURSELF A COLLEGE GIRL" Woman's Club Will Sponsor Event May 21 BESSEMER—A rummage sale will be sponsored by the Bessemer Woman's Club Friday, .May 21, in the vacant building on South Sophie Street, former 1 y occupied by the Pitrone Jewelry and Gift Shop. Club women are asked to cooperate by donating clothing of all types in good condition. Don- atiions may be left at the Gamble Store during next week. If donors wish to' have their contributions picked up they may call Mrs. W. K. Velin, phone 229-5255. The project is sponsored fry the finance committee hea d e d by Mrs. Velin and Mrs. Donald Strelcheck. Assisting will be Mesdames James Proctor, Louis Filippini, Leonard Reinerio, William Karpus, Isadore Maccani, Roy Malmberg, Frank Drazkowski Jr., Joseph Jezek and Dominic Guglielmotto. Emmanuel Facchinello, Stanl«J| Elias. Vincent Eppolite, Irving Edyvean, Oscar Cossi, Georgl Honkala, Frank Guzzo, Leo Gia* rola, Kenneth Grendquist anaj Honkala. Citizen of Year Event Postponed BESSEMER — The banq u e I ! program at which the identity ol i the "Citzen of the Year" will b« revealed, will not be held Satui> day, May 15, as scheduled. It) i was postponed until Satu r d a y, iMay 22, at 6:30 p.m. at thf American Legion clubrooms. The action to postpone th« event was taken by the sponsoring Citizen of the Year committee of the Gedda-Cychosz Post, American Legion, at a meeting last night. It' was noted that, due to numerous conflicts on the scheduled date, ticket sales are moving slowly. The deadline for obtain i n g tickets is advanced to Wednesday May 19. Tickets may be ob- ; tained at the American Legion i clubrooms. i The nominees for "Citizen of : the Year" were selected by | vote of delegates of various par- I ticipating organizations, out of ! seven proposed by organizations. j Included are Bernard Michel 1 i, , Mrs. Felix Slomkowski and Frank Gusso. The Legion committee has selected one of this trio, whose identity will be revealed at the banquet program which honors all persons nominated. U-M Official Named ANN ARBOR (AP)—Dr. Raymond W. Waggoner, Jr., chairman of the psychiatry department of the University of Michigan and director of U-M's neu- rospsychiatric institute, h a » been named president-elect ol the American College of Psychiatrists. Guild to Honor Senior Members Tuesday Night BESSEMER—Senior members j of the Yale Guild of the St. Sebastian Catholic Church, will be honored at the meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bessem e r Indianhead Hostel. Mrs. Beno Pesavento, Mrs. Dominic Rigoni and Mrs. Stella Prucca are in charge of the program. 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