Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 12
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tWflVt IRONWOOD DAILY OLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, If61. NorrieClasses Note State Week Michigan Week is being observed this week in each class and grade at Norrie School here. At the kindergarten level, Michigan birds and flowers are being stressed in the art and nature study classes. Michigan's automobile industry with related aspects will be taken up under transportation. Music classes center around the Michig a n robin and spring flowers, including the apple blossom. Discussions on nature products include trees, mining, fishing and farm products. The primary grades will discuss why the state is called the "Water—Winter Wonderland." They use maps and globes to note the shape of the state and its location In relation to other states. The pupils write stories aboul, why they like to live in Michigan. The children will draw and bring pictures of things manufactured in Michi- gan. In addition, the third grade clas,s will read "Caroline and Her Kettle Named Maude." It Is the story of Caroline, a little pioneer girl, and her family who came to the wildern ess called Michigan and of their experiences here. Besides learning the symbols, state bird, tree, and animal, the pupils discuss some early Michigan happ e n- Ings. Grade four will relate a 11 I classroom activities toward a : study of the changing trends in (Michigan's manufacturing, indus- itry, and recreation from early I Michigan history to the present. The students in the fifth grade are selecting topics on historical events, Inudstries, or points of interest in Michigan. They will dc some research and write a I short article. They will then | make an illustration related to I the topic they have chosen, us| ing whatever art medium they I prefer. These will be finish e d i for display during Mich i g a n I Week. Grade six will be writing letters, sending booklets, cards etc. | to a school in Flint. In other | words, it is corresponding with this sixth grade to acqua i n t i them with this area, while learn- ing about Flint from them. The seventh grade is discussing the history and government of Michigan. The pupils are studying about explorers, governors, facts about the government, state flower, state bird, s t e t e seal, state tree, rivers, cities, climate, products, population; historical markers, such as the Jackson Monument; Mackin a c Island, Fort Wilklns and M a r- quette Statue; the automob 11 e and lumbering industries; wildlife and recreation, and maps showing industries, crops, cities and physical features. The eighth grade will bring to a climax its studj of Michig a n during this week with class readings of themes, projects and historical reports. The Norrie School grades one thru six will participate in the Annual Michigan Week pub 1 i c program at the High School this evening. On Friday afternoon a display of recreational materi a 1 s, furs of Michigan animals, natural resources found in Michigan and maps of Michigan will provide the background for a school assembly featuring the Ironwood High School ROTC Drill Team. Queen Sorority Party Is Held For Candidates ONTONAGON—The a n n u al party given by the Queens Sorority for the girls entering this year's Miss Ontonagon Cou n ty Contest was held at the Ontonagon Golf Club. It was the first of several get togethers for the girls and their mothers to help them become acquainted with the activities of the forthcoming pageant. Guests were welcomed and introduced by Queen Sorority President, Mrs. Mary Ann Kimball, after which Mrs. Donna White spoke about the group's association with the Miss Michi- ga n and Miss America pageants. Mrs. White stressed the many opportunities opened to local girls by being associated with the organization. The former queen also gave the instructions concerning the IH HURLEY Ph. 561-4270 COUNTRY COUSIN SPECIALS / MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS 100% COMBED COTTON CARRY-ALL BAG All PURPOSE BAG VINYl LINED. -SPECIAL- 77 FREE PARKING - NO SALES TAX LADIES' NYLON HEAD SQUARES 30 INCHES SQUARE. ASSORTED COLORS. 27 ea KITCHEN TERRY TOWELS ASSORTED COLORS AND DESIGNNS -SPECIAL- 37 ea local pageant and what !• expected of the girls In'the months ahead. After Mrs. White's talk, the reigning Miss Ontona g o n County, Carol Beck, inform e d the girls of her activities for the past year. Lunch was served by members of the Queen Sorority at tables attract i v e 1 y decorated with spring flowers provided by M rs. Ous Cane. Mills Beach, Ir o n- wood, entertained with colored slides of past queen candidates, numerous local scenes and flowers. Candidates for the title of Miss Ontonagon County of 1965 are: Janice Bezotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Puska, sponsored by Paper Mill Local Union. Laur e 1 e e Ahl man, E w en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurt Ahlma n, sponsored by the Ewen Businessmen. Kay Ann Hokans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hokans, spons o r e d by the Onton a g on County Tourist Association. R e b a Skinner, daug h t e r of Mrs. Edna Noble, sponsored by the Veterans of Forel g n Wars. Sally Welch, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Welch, ipon- sored by the Lions Club. Nancy Kemppainen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Broemer, sponsored by the Ontonagon Womans Club. Cora Lou Kallvoda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kall- voda, sponsored by the Ontonagon County Nurses Club. Pat Morris. White Pine, is another queen candidate, but was unable to attend since she was on her class trip. Members of the Queen Sorority attending the party were Queen Carol Beck, Mary Ann Kimball, Margaret Pender, Mary Helen Lukkarila Donna White, Karen Yakovich, Deanna Morin and Sally McGuire. Special guests for the evening were Kay Voss, Phylis Lindner, Mrs. Orville Hans o n. representing the Ewen Business- mens Association, and Mrs. Elvie Gill. After the party, the Soror i t y held a business meeting where it discussed publicity and appointed committees for the forthcoming pageant. Appointed were: Attenda n ce chairman, Mary Helen Lukkarila; awards committee, Donna White and Sally McGuire; parade chairman, Deanna Morin. Karen Yakovich will continue as chairman of the judge committee. The entire Queens Sorority will serve as the hostess c o m- mittee. Entertains Friends On 11th Birthday ONTONAGON — M a r c 1 a White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William White, entertained a number of girls at their Lakeshore Cabin Saturday aft e r noon, the occasion being her llth birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent playing games, after which a birthday lunch was served. The honored guest was presented with many lovely gifts. Guests included Holly S a n - dercock, White Pine; Patti Drier, Barbara Richardson, Ly n n Schaffer, Diane ' Chynow e t h . Andrea Gauthier, Sharon V ic- tor, Shirley Rundquist, Li n d a Smith and Mary Stefanich. BONUS Register for the Bootery's 3 FREE $10 CERTIFICATES good toward the merchandise of your choice. One will be awarded each day during Bonus Days. Just regitser; there's no obligation. League Meet Report Given ONTONAGON — The monthly meeting of the Rachel Society was held at the parlors of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Hugo Bigge reported that 12 members had attended the Lutheran Women's Miss 1 o n a r y League meeting at Kingsf o rd. On the program for the meeting was a medical missionary who presented outstanding fllmt of their work In Africa. Mrs. Arne Tapani reported on their project, "Glass for th e Needy." Mrs. Bigge, Christian Growth LET NOTHING KEEP you AWAV!! WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES 119 pair* of spring and summer shoes. $14.98 values... 3 Days Only f SALE STARTS AT 9A.M. THURSDAY Women's DRESS & CASUAL FLATS Reg. to 6.99; Leprecen and Jolene, In pink, blue, back, whito, otc. 94 pairs from which to choose. Brand New LEPRECON FLATS Colors: Natural, yellow or pink. Reg. to 5.99 BOOTERY In Ironwood ALL ON RACKS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! chairman, presented • skit entitled "Here I Am, But Send Someone Else." She also presented a lesson on pers o n a 1 Christians, entitled "Gospel Without Law." Mrs. Marvin Takala read an article "Where Shall Our Mites Go." The members voted to send $10 to their adopted patient at the Bethesda Home. Serving on the Altar Guild (or June will be Mrs. Vernon Marshall, Mrs. Eino Llnna, Mrs. Ted Takala and daughter. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer, after which a social hour was enjoyed and lunch was served. The ne x t meeting will be held June t, with Mrs. Ray Letson and Mti. Lloyd Gordon as the hostesses. Over 600 at Church Of Christ Meeting GRAND RAPIDS (AP) —Delegates to the second annual meeting of the Michigan 'Conference of the United Church ol Christ gathered here Tuesday for opening sessions of the convention which runs through Thursday. More than 600 persons were expected at the meeting from 288 parishes of the United Church of Christ which numbers more than 100,000 Michigan members. THIS WEEKEND INLY \n Seamless NYLONS «eg.98c M. Famous seamless sheer Elmbrook nylons. Lovely fashion shades include Suntan, Havana, Beige, Off Black, Grey and White. Plain knit or mesh in sizes 8V4-11; seamless stretch in sizes A-BC-D. KNEE CAPPER SETS Reg. 2.98 SET Wonderful for summer! Solid color bottoms with gay, cordinated print or plaid tops. Ric-rac or button trim on sleeveless or short sleeve blouse. \ OUR ANNUAL ARNIVAL OF f CASUALS The newest styles...the most wonderful colorsl Ovr stocks are overflowing! 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