Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 15, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GlOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965. Co-op Officers To Make Tour WAKEFIELD - The Distri c t Arlove Seppa Feted With Bridal Shower WAKEFIELD — Miss Arlo v e Seppa was feted at a brid a 1 shower Friday at the home of i Nurmi. He is also serving as organist and directing the youth choir at the First Lutheran church for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. James Angl 1 m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 15 Board of Midland Coopera-i have returned to their home iniher'parents"'Mr."and"'Mrs"Gust tives is -sponoKirn? a direc t o rj Ironwood for the summer after Seppa tour to Midland Cooperatives, being employed in Madison. Games were played and priz- Inc., Minneapolis Minn, on Julyi Mr anc] Mrs Reuben Nurmi es weve awarded/Favorte reci- 1S ' [and children, Flint, are visiting'pies were presented by each relatives here and enjoying a \ guest to the bride-to-be. A camping vacation at vari o u s i luncheon cloth was autographed They will fly from the Marquette Airoort via chart e r e d plane to Minneapolis and back. The plane will leave Marquette at 6:10 a.m. and return by 9:30 p.m. They plan to contin u e these tours every year so eventually every Board member will have a chance to y.o \ Carl R. Olson and Carl E. Kleimola will represent the Wakefield Cooperative Association on this annual tour. areas in the county. Edwin Klemlettlla left Monday for Lincolmvood, 111., after spending a two week vacation with his mother and other relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs Ed Wicks and son, Milwaukee, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Frank Marusich. | The Rev. and Mrs. John Booko j and family, Three Rivers, ar- I rived Tuesday to visit Mrs. Booko's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Elmer Hanson, and other relatives and friends Mrs. Booko is the former Bur n e 11 Hanson. En route here they visited in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson and son, and family, Houghton, Mr. and!Kenneth, former Wakefield res- Wakefield Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haavlcko, Waukegan, 111., are spending a week's vacation vlsit!n£ at the home of Mr. and .Vrs. Eddie Riutta. Mr. and Mrs. John Gasperich by each of the guests and also presented to Miss Seppa. was alfo presented with lovely gifts. Lunch was served from a buffet table to 30 guests. The table was decked with bridal motifs. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. George Kahara, Mrs. Alex Johnson and Mrs. Heino Seppa. Miss Seppa will become the bride of Robert Tetzlaff of Wausau, Wis on July 17 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. 'See America First' Travelogue Is Shown WAKEFELD — Joseph Greg- Mrs. William Perpich and son, Green Bay, and Joseph Nika- lash, Milwaukee, were visitiors at the home of Mrs Franc e s Marusich and also visited other relatives and friends on the range. John Nurmi, student at the Union Theological Seminary of Sacred Music, New York, is spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arv i d idents. Mr. and Stevenson Had Hearty Dislike For Campaigning By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — Few She: men ever disliked campaigning' m a n y so heartily and did so much of it i as • Adlai E. Stevenson in two ! unsuccessful races for the presi-j dency. The man who was the Demo-j cratic presidential nominee in 1952 and 1956 and who died in London Wednesday left behind I him a legacy of "talking sense; to the American people" — even; if they didn't want to hear it at the time. His sparkling wit, his quick, brilliant mind, his unwavering integrity and his ability to wrap his ideas in shimmering packages of words survived Stevenson's distaste for what he once called "choice by hullabaloo" In ory, superintndent of schools in Harpers Wood, was the enter- •, the election of presidents, tainer at the dinner meeting of Stevenson said the candidate Mrs. Thomas BPber ; the Wakefield Rotary Club Mon-: nad to "write at every chance, *vX j 8231 10-20 and Mrs. and Mrs. Eugene Grana- WAKEFIELD THEATRE Shewing Tonight and Friday Showing Twice Evenings at 6:45 & 9:00 YESCHEK'S TOWER FAMOUS In WISCONSIN for FINE FOOD Beber Mr. to, and family, Skokie, 111., are spending a vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kanto, and other relatives and friends. NEW 'FASHION' READY — Friday Fare By CECILY BROWNSTONE Tomato juice, crackers, salmon steaks, mashed potatoes, carrots, pantryshelf bean relish, [resh raspberries, beverage. PANTRYSHELF BEAN RELISH 2 tablespoons cider vinegar 2 teaspoons sugar Via teaspoon dried crumbled oregano 1,2 of a small onion, minced (about 1 tablespoon) 1 pimiento, diced 1 can il pound) whole green beans, drained In a wide shallow container, stir together the vinegar and sugar until sugar dissolves. Stir in oregano, onion and pimiento. Add beans arranging in one layer as much as possible; carefully turn over beans in marinade so as not to break them. Cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours, turning beans over in marinade once. Makes 4 servings. FROG EGGS IN POUCH LONDON ((.'?D — The London Zoo now has six rare "marsupial" frogs which carry their eggs on a pouch on their backs The zoo also has new snatel with pike heads and half as thlcM as a pencil. The new animals come Trinidad. from ATTEND THE "HIAWATHA FESTIVAL" IN IRONWOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY AIR CONDITIONED RONWOO EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 • MATINEE SATURDAY AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL • stars It is estimated that one of every two South Americ a n s lives in Brazil. and children, Lansing a re; day evening. Victor Lpisto was|t>nink if possible, read mail and spending a vacation at the!the program chairman. [newspapers, talk on the tele- homes of Mr. and Mrs. Celeste Gregory gave an interest i n gj phone, talk to everybody and John Haglund. and colorful travelogue entitled; ride through city after city on "See America First " It consist- the back of an open car, smiling! T ne new j & \\ an d winter 1965 is- ed of 300 colored slides of a trip' until your mouth is dehydrated sue o j our complete pattern out west including Can Francisco, i by the wind, waving until the j magazine Basic Fashion is Yellowstone Park, Grand and ] blood runs out of your arms." 'ready for'you now. The cover Bryce Canyons, the Teton, Then, he went on, the candi-• features this smart two piecer. Mountains, the Bad Lands, Las date had to "bounce gaily, con- : No g 23 i w j tn pATT-O-RAMA Arnold Swanson and Andrew; Vegas at night, and other na- fidently, masterfully into great, is j n ' s j zes \Q 12 14 16 18 20 Stein have returned from Keno-, tionally known vacation areas. howling halls, shaved and all ' sha, Wis., where they were em-1 Visitors at the meeting 'vere' made up for television with the ployed. I the Rev. Oliver Halberg. Iron- right color shirt and tie I al- Size 12, 32 bust, 2% yards of 45- wood, and Rotarian John Me- ways Jack Serving Daily at Noon LUNCHEON BUFFET PRIME RIBS STEAKS DUCK SEAFOOD Reservations—Phono 588-4111 or 588-9161 LAC du FLAMBEAU South on 51-47 & D The congregation of Beth any Lutheran Church will hold a picnic at Eddy Park, Sunday Lake, Sunday, July 18. Dinner will be served beginning at 12:30 p.m. family night serving by the groups Wayne. Worship services will be held ™ oa :.f na «™.n J( Sunday at 10:30 a.m in the £?_ u .?_ h _ lln and hls sor >. Wakefield Apostolic Luth e r a n Church with the Rev Nathan Ruonavaara as the guest speaker. The public is invited. The rummage sale scheduled to be sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the quarters Friday morning, has been cancelled, it was reported. Bust 31 to 40. short sleeves, 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^ode, style No. and size. Don't miss the fall & winter '65 issue of Basic Fashion, our complete pattern magazine. 50c The Great Seal of the United the mishap. Moderate damage | S. Truman prevailed to shove states is affixed to a document Motorist Unhurt in Accident With Deer WAKEFIELD — George Bloomfield, 1060 Haslet Road, Haslet, hit a deer that ran in i to avoid taking the nomination front of his car. as he was driv- in 1952 and run for re-election as ing west on US-2, 13 miles west i governor of Illinois, where he forgot — and a manuscript so defaced with chicken tracks and last-minute jottings that you couldn't follow it, even if the spotlights weren't blinding and even if the still photographers didn't shoot you in the eye everytime you looked at them." Stevenson desperately wanted of Iron River, in Iron County at felt he was getting his teeth into 9 p.m. Tuesday, said Michigan I an important job. State Police, who investiga ted! But circumstances and Harry resulted to the front of t h e Stevenson into a 1952 car which was driven away by 1 and 2. Participants I the owner. The driver was not are asked to bring their dishes and silverware. own British immigrants, including many from the Falkland I s lands, pioneered in Patagonia, Argentina, near the end of the last century. injured. Mrs. Maxfield Admitted to U. S. Citizenship with Gen. Dwight D. hower. contest only after it has been signed by Eisen- ; the president. DREAM WEDDING RINGS Of course this love-duo look* different... it's by ArtCarved (the famous creators of over 50 million rings since 18501) AUECRO SET Hii ...... $27.50 Hen . 1J4.50 JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kresge Bldg., Ironwood Ph. 932-2432 its where the HE 8 meet theSHEs onSKlS FRANKIEAVALON DWAYNE HICKMAN s HHlSIUW * urn CMUMIt* wnHMtJ • GENE COfflUN AUW MFNU-HKHK EXTRA! "WILD WAVES" AND CARTOON IRONWOOD OPEN 8:00 • STARTS 9:00 TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY -Wtau lERRYMO'S RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE with LANA TURNER CAROL LYNLEY JEFF CHANDLER ELEANOR PARKER REMEMBER: The American Legion Post 5 will continue a FISH beginning at 5 p.m. LEGION CLUB ROOMS Memorial Bldg. Serving Perch, Trout, Shrimp At the beginning, Stevenson hadn't felt he and Eisenhower 1 were far apart on foreign poll-; cy. But in 1956 he campaigned' desperately for the nomination BESSEMER — Mrs. Gaby i because he felt that the Republi-1 Ruth Maxfield, Ironwood, was | can administration was letting! admitted to United States citizen-1 world leadership slip through its '~ Entertainment Friday Night by FRANK GUST Villa Go-Go Bar Pence, Wisconsin Formerly Bracket!'* Jackovich. Proprietor ship by Judge Robert R. Wright, in proceedings in the Circuit Court of Gogebic County Wednesday.- Examiner Jack E. Stewart of the Detroit office of Immigration and Naturalization of the U. S. Department of Justi c e, presented her petition and certified her for citizenship. The oath of allegiance to the United States was administered by County Clerk Rudolph Eigizi, clerk of the court. i Judge Wright instructed the candidate on the duties and privileges of American citizenship, and warmly welcomed her. fingers. Again there was defeat. As Stevenson quipped, it hurt too much for him to smile and he was too old to cry. Protection for Buyers Asked LANSING (AP) — House' Speaker Joseph Kowalski, D- Detroit, called Wednesday for a broad package of consumer protection legislation in the 1966 legislative session. Kowalski asked Rep. Marvin Stempien, D-Livonia, head of a judiciary subcommittee, to call public hearings throughout Michigan and said he should VFW Corps Practice BESSEMER — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Baton and Drum Corps will meet; begin by reviewing the need for Friday from 10-11 a.m. on the laws: Washington School grounds, to practice in preparation for marching in the Hiawatha Fes- "1. To require those who lend money to consumers or sell goods on the installment plan tival parade Saturday afternoon j to disclose the true in Ironwood It is important all j credit to consumers. cost of members be present as final ar- angement will be made for the event. From Eva Wurl during Hiawatha Days... BIG WELCOME! Eva Wurl extends warmest wishes to visitors during Ironwood's big weekend event. We're certain you'll enjoy each phase of the two-day program. Don't miss seeing the Ironwood Junior Women's Club's display of queen candidates in our window . . . fresh young faces, fresh new attitudes which we think are indicative of Ironwood's new spirit! Eva Wurl and Stern & Field will sponsor the Queen's Float this year. We hope you'll enjoy the finished product as much as we enjoyed creating it. *You'll see it in the big parade on Saturday afternoon. And, of course, you'll enjoy shopping in air-conditioned comfort at Eva Wurl's. The atmosphere is completely feminine, relaxing, with the theme set by good taste and quality in apparel and decor. Youthful Feminine Apparel The Shop of Personalized Service "2. To require accurate and complete labeling in consumer products and to establish means of standardized weights and measures for packaged consumer goods. "3. To require drug manufacturers to label their products with generic as well as trade names." Driver Strikes Same Power Pole Twice TIVERTON, R.I. 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