Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 15, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 15, \96S. ~ej Michigan Week Observance to Open on Sunday BESSEMER—The observance of Michigan Week opens Sunday with "Spiritual Foundations Day," which salutes the faiths which have made Michi g a n great and the contribut ions which churches and relig i o u s groups have made to the state's moral fiber under the constitutional provision for free dom. of religion, also embodied in the state constitution, the Michigan Week officials said. County Spiritual Foundat i o ns Day chairman, the Rev. Rudolph Kemppainen and the Rev. Louis Cappo, have asked clergy of al churches of the county to draw attention to the day in sermons bulletins and any other means, and at 12 noon to unite in prolonged ringing of church bells to proclaim a united spirit of Christianity under the tenet of religious freedom. Walter E. Bennetts, County Michigan Week chairman, asks church groups to review the history of their respective parishes and the b a c kg r o u n d of their respective churches in the state of Michigan. There has been considera b le activity during the past few weeks, in preparation for the observance of Michigan Week, designed to give Michigan citizens a greater knowledge of their state; to expound the state's assets and resources for industry; business, education, recreation; to afford the nation and the world an inspired view of Michigan's advantages, and to foster a spirit of cooperation among all communities and people to the end that "all of Michigan will work together to make the state even more livable and attractive." The general theme of Michigan Week is "Michi g a n-Dynamic in World Progress." Due to the current economic status of this county, the county committee has adopted a sub-theme "Plan-Unite-Prosper," shortened to "PUP" and urges all citizens to join together to achieve a-con dition through planning, in order that "we may prosper." The county committee headed by Bennetts as chairman, Fortunato Dal Pra and And r e w Bednar, consultant co-chairmen, is made up of a staff of county chairmen for the various days. There has been considera b 1 e activity by county chairmen and their committees in planning for observance of the themes of the various days opening with Spiritual Foundations Day, on Sunday. Chairm e n of "Oovernm e nt Day oh Monday are Eugene Maki and David McDonald, who are encouraging open house in government offices, honor! n g those who serve in governme n t offices at all levels; public attendance at government meetings which fall on the day. The Mayor Exchange, state-wide is a feature of Government Day, but it is believed no local community is taking part this year. Tuesday is Hospitality Day, headed by Archie Johnson, Jr., in charge of business activities and Leno Zadra in charge of hospitality functions by organizations. Wednesday—our Livelih o o d Day, headed by Sec. Violetta, who has made a comprehensive analysis of the sources of employment, the number of em- MUSIC By: JOHN and DON SATURDAY NIGHT at tht ranges top fun spot! Fish & Shrimp Fry Friday Chicken, Piixa and Ravioli Saturday SPORTS BAR IB Wakefield WAKEFIEID THEATRE Showing Tonight and Sunday Twice Evenings at 6:SO It «:00 Matinee Sunday at 2:00 •the Music,!!* Beat... ployes and the employment potential. Thursday — Education Day- chairman Walter Newman has instituted activity in the schools through administrators, teachers and students, for incorporating Michigan Study of all of the daily themes. Special programs expressive of the theme are sponsored together with facts about Michigan in all of the schools of the county. Friday—Our Heritage Day— 'headed by Mrs. Patricia Skov- era, will be carried out through programs and shop window displays in county communities. Saturday—Our Youth D a y— headed by Miss Car o 1 y n Crowell; no plans for observance of this day have been reported to date. Mrs. Melba Rigoni, in charge of poster publicity, conduct e d a poster contest throughout the schools on Michigan themes. Clqrence Forslund, Promotion of Michigan Products chairman, has submitted "Snow" as the outstanding product during 1965, in the state wide product competition. Synod Meeting At Marquette BESSEMER — The third an nual convention of the Wiscon sin-Upper Michigan Synod o the Lutheran Church in America will be held in Marquette, begin ning Monday evening May 17 The sessions will be concluded Thursday, May 20. Messiah Lu theran Church, Marquette, wil be the host church, with t h sessions to be held on the cam pus of Northern Michigan Uni versity. Attending from Sharon Luther an Church will be the Rev. C.R Holmes and Edward Cocking More than 450 pastors and la> delegates will be in attendance Dr. Thedore E. Matson, presi dent of the Wisconsin-U p p e Michigan Synod, has indicated that the president of the Luther an Church in Amerca, Dr. Fran Win Clark Fry, will represent the LCA at this convention. Dr. Fry will make two presentations to the delegates on the State of the Church and will also be the fea tured speaker at an Ecumenic a Rally Tuesday evening, May 18. The public is invited to the Tuesday evening rally. The Wisconsin-Upper Michigan Synod is one of the 31 constltu ent Synods of the Lutheran Church in America which was formed in 1962 by a merger of four Lutheran bodies. The predecessor units were the Augusta na Lutheran Church, the Ameri can Evangelical Luth e r a n Church, the Suomi Synod, and the United Lutheran Church in America. There are 255 congre gations in the Synod located in Wisconsin and the Upper Pen insula of Michigan. More than 150,000 baptized members are included in the member congre gations. VFW Post Will Meet Monday BESSEMER — A gen era meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars County Seat Pos will be held at the post clubrooms Monday, May 17, at 8 p.m. The main order of busin e s , will be the installation of offi cers for the year 1965-1966 who will take their office on J u 1 y 1 These officers will be installed at this meeting by Waiko E. Spets, 15th District VFW commander. Officers to be installed: Clarence Banfleld, commander; Richard Salmela, senior vice commander; Kenneth Anderson, junior vice commander; William Ohland, post advocate; Ray mond Passint, post chaplain. Phillip Perotti, post surgeon; William Ryan, post trus tee; Robert J. Hellman, post adjutant; George Anderson, post quartermaster. Commander Banfield asks all members to attend this event as other important busi ness will be discussed. The Memorial Day committee, headed by Kenneth Anderson, will meet at 7 p.m. prior to post meeting and installation of officers. Legion Auxiliary to Meet Tuesday Night BESSEMER — The auxiliary of the Oedda-Cychosz Post American Legion, will m e e . Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the post clubrooms. Poppies will be distributed by shairmen Mrs. Leo Massie and Miss Alice Abelman, in preparation for the annual sale on May 21, 22 and 23. Hostesses will be Mrs. Wil llam Matt 8r., Mrs. Margaret Novascone, Mrs. John Marchello and Mrs. Hilmer Nyman. OPEN TONIGHT Come in again and get the Pino you've been looking for at DEMASE'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE YB SMt "HZZA-KJNG" JOE IS BACK! 400 fiber St. IrtJiwMe) Phone ff 2-1743 Leaguers Plan Banquet To Be Held on May 23 BESSEMER — The Sharon Luther League met Monday for a regular meeting and choir practice. The leaguers, aside from the seniors, began plans for a senior banquet, which will be held May 23 and will honor the high seniors of the Sharon congregation. Planning will be completed next Monday evening. All the members of the Junior and Senior Confirmation Classes are invited to attend Mon day evening's meeting and to become active members of the Sharon Luther League. At a recent meeting an election was held with the following elected to serve: President, Diana Niemi; vice president, Ronald Jansson: secretary, Doris Mascotti; treasurer, Paul Carpenedo; devotional secretary. Julie Melanen; assistant devotional secretary, Rose 1 y n Jansson. Wakefield Man Held On Morals Charge BESSEMER — Jerome Minier, Wakefield Township. was brought before Judge Robert R. Wright, in circuit court this week, for arraignment on two counts of a morals charge, including statutory rape. Information recorded that he was brought before Judge Baird on April 5. and waived preliminary hearing and refused service of an attorney and was bound over to circuit court. Failing to post bond of S2,000 on each count, he was remanded to the custody of the sheriff. The court will appoint an attorney to represent Minier before proceeding further. Attend Wedding BESSEMER — Out of town guests attending the wedding of Diane Russell and Mich a e 1 Westeen last Saturday included the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Russell Sr., Miss Roberta, Melbourne Jr., Joey and Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Westeen, Charles and James Tauer, Mr. and Mrs L a u r i Weimeri, Milwaukee; Mrs. Robert Smith, Steven and Danny, Deerbrook, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kamin, Lou Ann, Larry and LeRoy, Gleason, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Ironwood; Daniel Lorenzo and Mrs. David Morrison, Bergland; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thomasini, Merriweather; Richard Ingham and Richard Verrie, Milwaukee, and Miss Christine Stella, Hurley. Many friends and relatives from range communities also attended. Menus Announced for School Lunch Program RAMSAY — The follow i n g menus will be served in the Ramsay School during the week beginning May 17: Monday — Lasagne, pear s, rolls, butter, milk. Tuesday—fi'eef stew.'with pota- toes, peaches, cookie, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday—Barbecue beef on bun, wax beans, gelatin dessert, milk. Thursday—Roast beef, gravy, mashed potato, olives, coo k i e, rolls, butter, milk. Friday—Toasted cheese sandwich, buttered corn or peas, apple sauce, cookie, milk. Ramsay Briefs Members of the Bessemer Township fire department will hold a practice session, Monday, May 17. Fire Chief Oscar V. Peterson requests the members to meet at 6:30 p.m. in the fire men's quarters in the Ramsay Town Hall when the fire fighting equipment will be taken out on a test run. PTA Meeting Monday Night WAKEFIELD — The f i n a : meeting of the Wakefield Par ent-Teacher Association will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The newly elected officers wil be installed at this meeting. The program will be informative as well as entertaining. Dan i e 1 Mestnik, incoming PTA p r e s ident and school guidance counselor, will be the speaker for the evening. He will report on the state convention of the PTA and a clinic of American Personnel and Guidance. The musical portion of the program will be provided by the Indianhead Chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc. The prog ram host and hostess are the Rev and Mrs. Paul King. The lunch committee chairman, Mrs. Joseph Eadowski, will be assisted by the mothers of the seventh grade students. The executive board wil meet prior to the regular meeting at 7 p.m. A good attendance is ask e d Clinic to Be Held May 79 WAKEFIELD — The third and final pre-school clinic of the year will be held Wedne s d a y , May 19, at 1:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Immunization against diphtheria, whooping cough, tetan u s and polio, and smallpox vaccine will be administered by Dr. J. R. Franck, local health officer. Children 3 months of age and older should be in attendance to get the necessary immunization for protection of the named diseases. Children, who will be 5 years of age by Dec. 1 and will be enrolling in kindergarten, are especially encouraged to attend the final clinic, it will be necessary to have all immunizations completed as well as a physical examination in order to enter school in September. SWEEPING OVER THE GREAT SOUTHWESLTHE SAGA OF THE UNION MAJOR AND CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN FIGHTING SIDE BY SIDE LIKE DEVILSI A m** n**»«""n.S;" DORF-PEIlS-Di Story by mm JULIAN FINK • Piotad by JERRY BRESIER Directed by SAM PECKINPAH •** tm»a bi OWE tWlTKlw ;> 'COLOR nut W*MI taaniun t n m nw J *fa*M' jf NOW SHOWING! • EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 • MATINEE SUN. 2:00 RONWOO THtATRL IRONWOOD . Audrey GrantHepburn TONIGHT SUNDAY • OPEN AT 8:00 • SHOW AT 9:00 ROMANCE AND RACING ARE IN THEIR BLOOD! JAMES PAMELA DARREN • DRAGSTER DUELS AT 3 MILES A MINUTI •*-TfKHNicotor • BONNEVILLE SPUD RUN Mother's Day Program Held WAKEFIELD — A Mother's Day program was presented by Mrs. Goodney's kindergarten and Miss Anderson's second grade in the Central School gymnasium. The colors were presented by Robert Hemming, Grade 2, and the audience participated in the pledge to the flag and the National Anthem. The following selections were presented by the kindergarten: Kindergarten Band: Dance of the Honey Bee, directress, Nancy Barrette; songs, Robin, Bend and Stretch, Six Little Ducks, We Stamp With the Left Foot, Now Let Your Hands Go Clap; solo, Little Kite, Sarah Kemppainen. Poetry selections: I Saw You Toss the Kites on High and The Woodpecker; solos, Little Turtle, Harold Stein; Five Little Squirrels, Linda Lane; The Heart of a Seed, Bruce Willing and Fencie, Weentie and Spider, Theresa Foster. Folk dancing: Greeting and Meeting; I See You; See-Saw Marjorie Daw; Clap, Clap, Bow. For the final kindergarten number the following girls sang Mother: M-Sarah Kemppainen; O-Linda Lane; T-Gail Raja la; H-Rebecca Cramblit; E-Ad e 1 e Jarvinen; R-Barbara Stuck. Then each kindergarten child presented his or her mother with a plant. The following selections were presented by the second grade: Friends and Neighbors; reading group acted out the story, "The Silly Little Rabbit," with their hand puppets. The Storyland Group, Robert Louis Stevenson—his life, was illustrated through poetry, pictures and narrative. The Around the Corner Group —A String Puppet play entitled "Home in the Wild Woods." Three folk dances, ball bouncing and skipping rope to rhythm by Susan Willing, Donna Laessig, Diane Kujala, Faith Kemppainen, Barbara Hemming and Denise Beckman. The Second Grade Band: Colonel Bogie March, song. Mother, after which each child presented his mother with a plant. Special guests at the program were Mrs. Ruth Potter and Carl Kleimola. Mrs. Potter was presented with a corsage by Linda Lane. Mr. Kleimola was presented with a boutonniere by Sarah Kemppainen. Tea was served following the program. 3-Day Meeting At Marquette WAKEFIELD — The convention of the Wisconsin-U p p e r Michigan Synod of the Lutheran Churches in America will be held May 17-20 at Marqu e 11 e. Representing the Immanuel Lutheran Church will be Mrs. Carlj E. Nelson and the Rev. W. Leno. i This third annual synod will be; held on the campus of Northern: Michigan University. I Eugene Maki will serve as lay delegate from the First Lutheran Church, and the Rev. Rudolph Kemppainen of First Lutheran will also attend. If in need of a pastor during this time, members of First Lutheran are asked to contact the Rev. S. V. Autere. Dr. Franklin C. Fry, president of the Lutheran Church in America, will speak at the Northern Michigan University Theater at a public meeting Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. Members of the local churches are asked to make the trip to Marquette to hear Dr. Fry. Wokefield Briefs __ «», Knights of Columbus, Bishop Magner Council, will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the local club rooms. Nomination of of fie e r s for the coming year will take place. Lunch will be served. Circle 2 of the Immacu late Conception parish will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Ray Budgick and Mrs. L. G. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. David Bellm ore have returned from Morton Grove, 111., where they spent several weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Holde- nor and family. May 3 7 to Be Holiday WASHINGTON (AP) — Be* cause Memorial Day — May 30 —falls on a Sunday this year, most Americans will have thelf holiday on Monday May 31. The Post Office Department says there will be no mail deliveries that day. Government offices, for the most part, will be closed. The AFL-CIO says that unions with holiday clauses in their contracts usually have provisions that specify that when a holiday is on a Sunday, Monday is counted as the holiday. Thus a worke.' who works Monday would get holiday pay under such a contract, while one who worked on the actual holiday- Sunday—would not. Domestic stock exchanges and iother markets will also be closed Monday May 31. | A spokesman for the U.S. I Chamber of Commerce said it !is his understanding that most 1 business will observe Monday, i May 31, as a holiday. Holland Concert Set HOLLAND (AP)—The annual Hope College Home Concert, which traditionally ends the Tulip Time festivities here, is scheduled Sunday afternoon in Dimnent Memorial Chapel. It features the Hope College choir. 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