Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 20, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965. IRONWOQD DAItY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Keith Semenak Receives Award Keith J. Semenak of Minneapolis, formerly of Ironwood, has r e c e 1 v e d an award from the u. S. Department of the interior for exceptional work performance. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Semenak, 106 Shamrock St. Semenak received the award for his work In the preparation of land acquisition estima t e s covering the proposed Apos 11 e Islands National Lakeshore Rec- real i o n a 1 Area. The estimates were required for the preliminary departmental planning report and carried a five - week deadline for completion. In the citation to Semenak, Paul L. Winsor, area director, stated: "This project was assigned to you because of your familiarl t y with the area and your proven ability to perform diffic u It assignments. The assignme n t was new and different and instructions for the preparation of this report were very general In nature. Since no specific guidelines were furnished, considerable lesearch was required. Adverse weather conditions h a m- pereti progress; however, wi t h the help of Warren Holzheid, appraiser trainee for the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, you completed it, in the time al- loted in detail and quality that was readily acceptable to t h e Departmental Planning C o m- marvelous mixer! great straight! FRESH approach to refreshment Copyright 1965, The Squirt Company BAIMA BEVERAGE CO., INC. IRONWOOD A HURLEY MASS HONOR STUDENTS—Pamela Bauilinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bauilinger, has been named valedictorian of this year's Mass High School graduating class, and Thomas Plutchak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Plutchak, is salutatorlan. Pamela's extra activities during her high school career include Try-Hi-Y during her freshman and sophomore years, class plays, junior and senior; class treasurer, senior; band, six years; li- brian, junior and senior years. She attended Northern Michigan University's 7th annual pre-college science institute during the summer of 1964. Her scholastic average Is 4.0 and she had 20V4 credits. She plans to attend Michigan Technological University, Houghton. in the fall to pursue a medical technology course. Plutchak's extra activities include band, freshman; chorus, freshman; class president, freshman and senior; basketball, freshman: basketball manager, sophomore, junior and senior; class treasurer, junior; class play, junior and senior: yearbook co-editor, senior: attended 7th annual pre-college summer science institute at Northern Michigan University last summer. His grade point average for the four years is 3.94 and he has 22% credits. He plans to attend Michigan Technological University in the fall. The 10 top seniors are Miss Bauilinger. Plut- Miilu, Sandra Savela, Bruce Pihlaja, David Kangas and John chak, Ann Marttinen, Valerie Spitz, Karen Tahtinen, Sharon Leaman. mittee. Above normal initiat i v e and resourcefulness in the research, analysis and assembling of the appraisal data in this presentable report was obvious." Record of the Past 10 YEARS AGO— Tempe r atures: High 70, low 44 .... The Bessemer City Council, approved a proclamation by May 24, ROTC Day, in recognition of the silver anniversary of the A. D. Johnston unit .... For the second straight year, the Gogebic Community College Samsons placed fourth in the Northern Junior College Conference track and field meet held at Coleraine, Minn. Coach R a 1 ph Spencer's squad of 10 men, which was one of the smallest in the meet, scored a total of 27V'a points. 20 YEARS AGO— Temperatures: High 64, low 41 .... The Newport mine of Youngst own Mines Corp., operated by Pick- ands, Mather & Co., has been awarded the "Sentinels of Safety" trophy for having the best safety record in the metal mines group of the United States in 1944, it was announced today by W. A. Knoll, general superin- dent ... On Saturday morning, afternoon and evening, bands and choirs, as well as soloists, from Bessemer, Wakefield, Iron Belt, Hurley, Roosevelt junior, St. Ambrose, Ironwood junior high schools, and the Luther L. Wright High School gather e d in the gymnasium of the Luther L. Wright High School for an all day music festival. Clinic Set at White Pine WHITE PINE —An immunization clinic for all children entering the kindergarten next September In the White Pine Elementary School will be held at the La Crolx Hospital on Thursday, May 27, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Dr. John Pierpont is the phy sician in charge. Members of the White Pine Women's Club, who are making arrangements, are hopeful of 100 per cent participation. Mrs. Marion Davison, Ont o n a, g o n County health nurse and members of the club will assist the doctor. A fee of $l is payable on registration. ATTENTION FOOD STAMP SHOPPERS! The Erspamer Super Market in Hurley encourages low income families in Iron County, Wisconsin and Gogebic County, Michigan to participate in the food stamp program. Under the food stamp program the families receive a bonus of (free) stamps valued at 33% and over of the purchase requirement. This enables the low income households to buy more food, better cuts of meat, the necessary fruits and vegetables. If these families purchase their food at the Erspamer Super Market, they get an additional bonus of 4% because there is NO SALES TAX on food. So food stamp participants can get a bonus of up to 40% when they shop at Erspamer's. In addition to the 40% bonus, food stamp households also share in the extra low prices that are always in effect at Erspamer's. Erspamer's Super Market has been the shopping favorite of food slamp households for over two years . . . there must be a reason! Gogebic County families are invited to share in the food stamp bonus and the bonus of values at the Erspamer Super Market . . . Remember there is a bonus of up to 40% when you participate in the food stamp plan and shop at the Erspamer's Super Market in Hurley. ERSPAMER'S SUPER MARKET OPP. CtNW DEPOT IN HUtllY Boneless Buy and try this delightful roast—you won't risk a penny on A&P double your money back guarantee of satisfaction. Quality Beef Rump Roast or Beef Rotisserie Roast Snp«.*i9ht •«•' Boneless o -w Round Steak Lb O/C WM Mmy TMgto-N. feck Chicken Asiorted 5 Varieties Hi-C Drinks Saltine Creamette Facial Tissue Chaimin Swiss Cheese Libby Drinks Aged Cheddar ck ~ ib 65c Beet Sugar 10-1.15 Crackers—.Ambassador Crisp and Flavorful Noodles 3 Sites Puffs—Save 9c 200 Sheet, 2 Ply Tissue for Bathroom 650 Sheets Each Mild Domestic Lb. Pka Lb. Baq 3s89c 19c 25c 2-49c 3? 69c 10c Leas Jane Parker Cake Angel Food Regularly 49c Save lOe "* 39 Pkg. of 4 Rolls 11 Varieties o-Oi. Froxen Can Yukon Club Soda Water Assorted Flavors Pint DtM*i* %& 10 4 -99c Baby Food Dexola Wonderfoil "ss- z s 29c Sunnyfield ,:-;,. 10'-85c Marshmallows-- 2»- 49^ Vegetable Oil Jane Parker Potato Chips 59c Twin Pock Lb. Package Watermelons Good cutting, r*d ripe, 14-lb. average. each Geraniums Btautiful Hardy Plants 99 59 Irwtfc College Inn .. 2 "r* 39c Holsum Mustard Supreme Coconut Chocolate Drop Fraien P«M la lutrer Smc* Cookies £49c Birds Eye.. 2' P °." 45c Noodle Dinner Froien Cera in lutter SWK« College Inn £39c Birds Eye '£ 2fc Clark's 3 Varieties GUM Box of 24 Reg. 5c pkg. 49 Hollywood's Variety Candy Bars 6 * 19' Chine* Maid Frew* FrMck IMM la lylMr Bean Sprouts. .2c™29c Birds Eye.. 3 "i; 1.00 Chinese Maid Vegetable* Colored Marfarine Chop Suey £35c Fleischminn's 3",'1.00 Nobitco Chocolate Chips FrcaMf Paper Cookies.... 14 X°* 49c Super 20-Below TEi NOMX» Since 115*1 TUIACS Strained kby Feed DeterfMt Gerber's 6'/,'." 63c Instant Fels 3-Lb., 5-Ox. 7Q- Six* fSJC Big Choice >aa.F OF GIFTS WITH PLAID STAMPS All Price t Effective Thru May

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