Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, i9«5. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Two All Honors Assemblies to Be Held Here WAKEFIELD — The W a k C- lield High School All Honors Assemblies will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday and at 9 a.m. on Friday, with John Petranek, Student Council, as chairman. The Thursday program will begin with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the "Star Spangled Banner" by the audience accompanied by the high school band; selection by the band, under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Schlect; football A team awards, Duane Lane; 9th grade team awards, Allan Davidson; basketball A team awards, James Daniels; Jack Kraemer Award, James Sheridan; basketball B team awards, Duane Lane; basketball-ninth SHOP AT: Mae's Style Shoppc For pretty personal gifts for the graduate "Everything in Fine Women's Wear" 8. Sophie St. Benemer Phone 667-3711 MUSIC THURSDAY NIGHT — by the — GALAXIES WHITE BIRCH INN ~ BESSEMER Piisa & Burgers Daily New! A TRUE ONE-COAT PAINT ACME QUALITY LATEX Htf Will foist Martin's Hardware 1 Sophit St. Bessemer Phon* 663-4417 grade awards, Eugene Makl; rack awards, Duane Lane; and ski team awards, H. B. Butter. Selections will be presented by the Music Men, with Mrs. Grace Graves, directors, and Sandra Graves, accompa n i s t; awards to cheerleaders, Mrs. Shirley Annonich; awards to tennis team, Eugene Makl and Pep lub awards, Eugene Makl. The band will then play a dismissal march. On Friday the program will be as follows; Pledge of Allegiance; selection, "Joy of Spring," Girls Oelle Club; School Boy Patrol awards, Joseph Cvengros; Future Teachers of America awards, Mrs. Graves; Echo awards, Mrs. Anna Mattson; Tatler awards, Mrs. Mattson Senior High Forensic awards, Mrs. Mattson; High School Band awards, Mrs. Schlect; Arion Award, Mrs. Schlect. Selections, "My Bonnie Lass She Smileth" (Moreley) and Memories" (Lebor and Grey), Madrigal Singers with Mrs. Schlecht as director. Awards in vocal music will be presented by Mrs. Schlect; Student council awards, Daniel Mestnik; National Education a 1 Development tests awards, Mest- nik; Ten Top Students, Butter; scholarships gutter; Student Council Scholarship, Miss Betty Best; PTA Scholarship, Mestnik; Connor Lumber and Land Co. Scholarship; the Dr. H. A. Tressel Memorial Scholarship, Carl E. Kleimola; the American Legion Auxiliary award, Mrs. Howard Kaerwer; The American Legion award, Donald Luoma. Introduction of the Stu dent Council president-elect and the vice president elect for the 196566 year will also be announced. OFS Discusses 'Eye' Project WAKEFIELD—At the meeting of Victory Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held recent 1 y, the members discussed the project "Eyes for the Needy," and asked for contrlbut i o n s of old eye glasses or parts of glasses and costume jewelry. There were two applicatio n s for life membership from Mrs. Mildred Johnson and Mrs. Frances Bye which will be acted upon at the next meeting. Initiation practices was also held in conjunction with the meeting. A discussion was held on the Upper Peninsula Cloverland Convention to be held in Manistique in June. Lunch was served from a buffet table centered with a beautiful arrangement of daffodils and jonquils in crystal vases. Hostesses were Mrs. Mildred Brightsman, Mrs. Madge Ormes and Mrs. Helen Mall, all of Marenisco. City Official Resigns Post WAKEFIELD —City clerk Miss Margaret Williams submitted her resignation at a meet- Ing of the Wakefield City Council Monday evening, saying her work was "undermining her health" and that she had been told that her work "was questionable and inadequate." Be v e r a 1 council mem b e rs voiced indignation at the thought of her leaving, stating that she had given 15 years of "fine, untiring service," and that it was outrageous that she be forced to quit now. Council members rejected her resignation and voted to meet with her in executive session to ask her to reconsider her decision. A return to twice-a-week collections of garbage from bulness places and hospitals was approved by a three to two vote, with Councilman Emil Movr 1 ch voting no because, he said, no set time had been specified in the motion, and Councilman Oscar Mackie voting no because no funds were available, he stated. Mayor Robert Linn, Councilwoman Mrs. Olga Hanson and Councilman Walter Nunimaker approved the collections. Action was taken after the Wakefield Cooperat i v e Company, the Gogebic Cou n t y Board or Social Welfare and the Gogebic and Divine Infant Hospitals stated that the once-a- week collections were detrimental to the health of the c o m- munity, particularly in the summer months. Dr. J. R. Franck, health officer, blamed poor Judgement for the elimination of the second collection, and the previous motion to revert to once-a-week collections was rescinded, aft e r which the motion to continue the collections was made. Councilman Movrich maintained the city had "gone in the hole $3,000 with the garbage collections. EXTRA SPECIAL GIFTS FOR THOSE SPECIAL OCCASIONSI while dining at the Big Wheel or attending a movie at Wake. Theatre Stop at the Satin Bow GUI Shop . . Where you'll find just the right Gilt for those special occasions: Weddings, Graduation anniversaries etc. Priced from 79c to 25.00. •Novel Gifts •Imported Glassware • Home Decorative Items • Gifts of Impressive Design • California Originals • Household Decorative Accessories Open evenings from 6:30 until 8.00 THE SATIN BOW GIFT SHOP In the Wakefield Ski Lodge Sydella's of Wake. &G&3SB wmK'mmmmvm TODAY! EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 RONWOO THtAIRt- IRONWOOD Open 8:00 • Starts 9:00 OPEN FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY THEIR FIRST FUllUNCTH MOTION PICTURE 1 IN COLOR! ERNEST BORGNINE --—, -—JOEFLYNN-TIMCONWAY I 4*01M WHOU MctMU'* CWWI A UNIVERSAL NCTMEMB PLUS! Trie Funntat stortj ew pot Between cowl k Marlon 1 David (Shirley Brando ISHven Jones dtime ADMISSION $1.00 • CHILDREN FREE (Under 1J Yowt) Wakefield Briefs The Veterans of Foreign Wan and the VFW Auxiliary are sponsoring a smelt feed at t h e VFW Post Friday beginning at 12 noon. All the smelt one can eat, plus salads, coffee and rol will be served at a nomina charge. The public is invited. The choir of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will practice tonight at 7 in the church. PTA Meeting at Ramsay Thursday RAMS AY — The last Parent Teacher Association meeting ol the year will be held Thursday night, promptly at 7, in the Ram say School gymnasium. Thurs day is Education Day of Michi gan Week. More than 200 children wl 1 sing in the annual Spring Festi val, directed by Mrs. Ev o n n e Jagla, and the Ramsay Schoo Band will play under the direc tion of M. O. Lamoreux. The ninth grade students wil have special recognition and wil be served refreshments. Supt. Raymond Rigoni wil speak on the importance of "Yes" vote to again vote from under the 15 mill tax limita tion. Michigan Week is being cele brated in the school, and the rooms will be open before and after the program. Mrs. Don Veda heads th lunch committee. Funerals EDWARD W. GUSTAFSON BESSEMER —Funeral serv ices were held Tuesday at 2 p.m for Edward W. Gustafson, 67, o W. US-2, who died Saturday. Services were held at the Firs Presbyt e r i a n Church by th Rev. Winifred Lomas. Intermen was made in Hillcrest Ceme tery. Serving as pallbeare r were Carl H. Johnson, Ar v i Nelson, Victor Yalonen, Herman LeClaire, Carl O. Anderson am Leo Carpenedo. In attendance from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gustaf son, Proctor, Minn., Raym o n Bond, Detroit. Friends fr o m range communities also attend ed. 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