Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 20, 1965 · Page 13
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN THIRTEEN 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 WanftAiJs Ordered for on Entirt Week Earn Lowest Rat* Pint Three Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90e Way to Raise Ready Cash 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received between • a.m. to 5:00 Daily Saturday until noon. No Want-Ads accepted tor same day Insertion or cancellation after 9:00 a.m. on week-day* or • after BiOO a.m. on Saturday!. Irenweed Daily Glebe Phone 932-22 11 WANT-ADS in the City of Ironwood which arc taken by phone are accepted with the understanding that they will be paid (or within one week. Out-of-town ads are payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rotes Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash l-time , ........... . 8c 6%c •3-times ..... ....... lie lOc S-times . . .......... 17c 16c Minimurn Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow sash rate when paid within one week after expiration. GROUP of figure* count as one word. Bach Initial Is considered same at word. Example: • Photic 932-2213 ..... two words 118 E. McLeod ... three words Write Box 72 Globe ... four worda A. B. Smith & Co. ... five word* Order for 8 days— cancel anytime. Charges at rat* earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch .................. $2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash Rat* 1 Minimum 1.00 Day 15 words ..... 1.00 16 words ..... 1.07 17 words ..... 1.13 18 words ..... 1.20 19 words ..... 1.27 20 words ..... 1.33 25 words ..... 1.67 30 words ..... 2.00 3 4 Days Days 1.50 2.40 1.60 1.70 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.50 3.00 2.56 2.72 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live such as home, apartment flat, room, should begin with the street and numbers; used car with make •el car; employment with kind of work; business service with particular kind of work done, etc. Ads so starting, arranged alphabetically, come first In classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates allow full description at small cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding it may be edited ro-arranged to suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. ERRORS In advertising should be reported immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than on* incorrect Insertion. , ANNOUNCEMENTS' Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10, 1965 7:30 p.m. El-wood H. Sladc. W.M. John W. Best, Stc'y. Lost arid Found • COST: WOMAN'S GLASSES — Black frames, rhinestonc trim, in Hurlev, Friday, Reward. Ph. 932-1653 after 6 COST: BEAGLE—black blanket with white and tan. Lost in vicinity of .. Ironwood. Phone 932-3417 LOST: BASEBALL GLOVE — (Rawl- Jngs) vicinity of Randa Field Tuesday. Heartbroken boy. Phone 8322369; Announcements EMPLOYMENT- Help-Mole or Female 34 BOOKKEEPER wanted. Experienced, preferred, full time. Apply Mllaveti Auto Co. Ask for Archie Kennedy. WANTED: COOK—man, woman or a family, with some cooking experience on a 10 <~ c basis, gross—$20,000 to 136.000 In 4 or 5 months. McGinty Resort, Copper Harbor, Kewoenaw, Michigan. All equipment furnished— room for sleeping several. Ready to «o June 1 or 15. Write: Mrs. H. E. McGinty, c/o Twin City Style Shop, Hancock, Michigan or call 482-3400. Situations Wonted-Male 37 ACCORDION PLAYERS available Weddings — Dances — etc. Contact SAM VALENTI ACCORDION School Hurley Ph. 381-4454 er 038-3273 FINANCIAL- •usiness Opportunities 47 WELDING AND BLACKSMITH chop for sale—Wakefield—fully equipped. Call 224-8206 after 3:30. Monty to Lean 51 NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM 218 S. Suffolk Phone 932-5100 OUR 38TH YEAR ON THE RANGE FARM AND GARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 FARMALL SUPER C, wide front with 2-bottom plow, spring tooth drag and 7-ft tandem disk like new FORD TRACTOR SALES b SERVICE FRANK MILES k SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. 361-457* FARMERS, time to do your Farm Fencing COMPLETE LINE OF FENCING in stock Range Flour fie Feed Store Frederick St. Phone D32-1731 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS • ROVELL tt COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan FRAZER ROTO-TILLER and attachments — $250. Phone 667-220?. 110 Alqulst Street, Bessemer. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakcfield Ph. 224-7981 See us for Sta-Rite Water Pumps and Service WE'RE REGISTERED with Wisconsin State Board of Health RANGE CO-OP SERVICES Hurley Phone 561-3444 1 used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/ANGLE DOZER. Completely overhauled. New rails tc new rollers. I used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/angle. DOZER. Needs some repair. HAUTANEN 'MPLEMENT CO. Clovcrland Dr. Ph. 832-4502 WIRE ROPE. ROLLER CHAIN, Hyd, Hoses, Pipe Fittings, Tarps. ROVELSKY It COMPANY Phone 932-1830 Ironwood, Mich. Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 61 MANURE for gardens. SI per pickup truck or trailer load. Vi mi. N. of Scotty's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-5451. MANURE for gardens 4c lawns — by bushel or load. Pick up or we deliver. Painted cedar fence posts — 25c ca. JOHN TROJAHN — Ph. 932-4633 Fruits and Vegetables 62 Load Flowers & Fresh Produce from Minneapolis just arrived PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 3rd-Ave. N. Ph. 561-4252 Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 Clematis THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VINE of all—now In stock Range Lawn 6c Garden Shop 'RANGE FLOUR 8: FEED STORE! Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 10 RUMMAGE SALE—Friday, May 21. 9 to 12. First Presbyterian Church, Ironwood. Clothing, other articles. RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday, May 22— Bethany Covenant Church, Marquette Street—starting at 8 a.m. TWILIGHT RUMMAGE SALE—Friday, May 21—4 to 8 p.m. Hurley Eastern Star, Masonic Building, Hurley. ZENITH HEARING AID Batteries It Supplies. Also Batteries and Supplie* for ALL makes Hearing Aids MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES * SERVICE — Irwd. Dial 932-0510. SERVICES- Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS. 932311* , , local or long distance movinf via ATLAS VAN LINES 25 TV, Radio Service Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & model! Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted—Female 32 GOOD NATURED WOMAN wanted for simple cooking and general work. Character reference required. Please write or phone collect—Mrs. John Adams, 1320 Elm Tree Road. Lake Forest, Illinois, 60045. Phone 312-234-2972. Help Wonted-Male 33 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Wanted • • Experience required in supei- vision and maintenance of: •Boilers •Power Transmissions •Hydraulics •• Permanent position. Wage commensurate with ability. Send complete resume to: Attention: Mr. R. Maxwell PLANT ENGINEER Wymiewood Products Co. Antlgo, Wisconsin All applications will bt held .... confidential. Popular Vai-letios of EVERGREENS— POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM Bring your Memorial Day planters to WALTER SULIIN GREENHOUSE 1 mi. S. of Norrie Park SEED POTATOES—Russet Rural. B size. Good quality. Erickson Brothers. Phone 932-5790. HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale HOMI AND 1USINISS- Article* for Sal* ALL HOUSEHOLD and business furnishings: Wood-gas range 2 heater*, 2 refrigerators, kitchen set. washer, •ate, cash register, beds, living room set, miscellaneous U£mg. See at 111 Sliver Street, Hurley, Wis., Friday through Monday. Must sell. BEAUTIFUL ACCORDION — Italian styled (7-shift, 120-bass). Will sell cheap. Olrl's coats, dresses. Piano- like new. 1116 N..Greenbush. DOUBLE BED, with spring and mattress — In good condition. Phone »32-2436. PORTABLE TV In A-l condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-3082. 1MO OIL HEATER — Coronado. Phone 932-0432. RA-PID-ORO soluble plant food — tor roses, flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, etc. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HOWE. Irwd. PRESSURE COOKER, steam iron, pana and dishes, quart jars, tools step ladders. 233 S. Mansfield, 2 to 4. 3 ROOMS OF FURNITURE—(kitchen, dining room, living room). Will aell reasonably. Phone 932-2514. ROTO TILLER. Also lawn roller tor sale. Inquire 127 W. Arch Street. • SCREEN WINDOWS (24x48), « storm windows (24x48). Wooden door canopy —good condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-1854, 5 to 7 p.m. Slide Projectors as low as 14.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 9:12-3901 TOASTMASTER WATER HEATER — 52-gal . . . good condition—S30. Used inside doors. Phone 932-0746 alter 5. Reo Power Mowers A size to fit every need SHOP DURING BONUS DAYS THURS.—FRI,—SAT. Register for free gift certificate (no obligation) Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 932-0401 a-WHEEL TRAILER—920. Kitchen incinerator—820. Baby bassinet — M. Inquire at 101 East Oak. Building Materials 74 4x8-1/4" Masonite Hardboard $1.78 each LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY Guns, Sporting Goods, Bah 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merriweather, Mich. Sportsmen — Fishermen TOTE GOTE — CYCLE • Oft the highway O lightweight • Powerful O Climbs 100r« grades • Pack 400 Ibs. and more BINGO'S GARAGE — Wakefield Give Away •0 ANY PERSON who ha* anything to give away and docs not offer or attempt to offer any other things for sale, may place an ad In this column. Must be IN WRITING with name, address and phone number. There Is no charge to the advertiser. ADORABLE LITTLE KITTEN to be given away. Would like a nice farm home. Phone 832-2672. WANT TO GIVE AWAY: Weimaraner female dog—11 months old. full-blooded, registered—has all shots. Country home preferred. Call Mercer 476-2218 after 6 p.m. Household Articles B1 RENT Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only SI per day. Gertz Furniture Co. Irwd. Hurley Furniture and Appliance. You'll love the netv •Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever I Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. 132-0300 Jewelry, Watches, Diamond! 12 BABY BUGGY, stroller, jumping chair, training chair, play pen—good condition—$20. Boy's sport coat (size 19} —$10. 123 South Curry. BED, MATTRESS and spring for sale. Cheap. Phone 932-0875. DRY POP COOLER, also movie camera. Phone 932-3275 or 932-4412. 8 DOUBLE BEDS — (Hollywood, maple and metal style) complete with Innerspring mattresses—very good condition. Used white toilets and wash bowls — very cheap. Miscellaneous chairs. Good maple davenport—S20. Dairymen's Country Club, Wolf Lake Lodge. Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. No phone calls. ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA—complete set (24 volumes) — excellent condition. Also, 8-volt auto radio. Phone 932-4192. FLOWER-CEMETERY-WINDOW Boxes (metal)—in stock or custom made. KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Ph. 932-2130 If it's QUALITY you want, it's Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men I Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. Ph. 5B1-5222 FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Counter Tops Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 4-PIECE BEDROOM suite: vanity, bed, chest of drawers, bench. Also refrigerator. Call 224-8931, PH1LCO ELECTRIC STOVE—17" X 23' oven. Excellent condition. Phone 561-3938. ACCUTRON by Bulova It is NOT a Watch It is the most accurate timepiece in the world John Albert, Jeweler Krcsge Bldg. Ironwood Musical Merchandise •4 More Used Records just arrived — Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT — Ph. 932-3211 Refrigerators, Ice Boxes 87 21 ft. Freezer Was-239.95 NOW-198.88 • No money down •Eaiy terms Gambles—Ironwood used Refrigerators • Cleaned and sanitized • One year guarantee • Large selection ttLLOS APPLIANCE — Irwil. TIZZY—By Kate Osano "Richard switched back to a crew cut—the Beatle style kept getting in his eyes!" HOME AND BUSINESS- Specials at the Stores 89 Bonus Days (Thurs. - Frl. -' Sal.l 1 table GIFT ITEMS — HALF PRICE i Ideal for wedding giftsi SPINNERIN FROSTLON (2-oz. balls) Reg. 1.69 — Spec. 1.29 BERNAT KNITTING WORSTED Reft. 1.49 — Spec. 1.19 Register for FREE *10 Gift Certificate one each day — No obligation Nothing to buy Beth Perry Gift & Yarn Shop Seaman Bldg! Ph. 932-4121 Rotary power MOWERS—S5 & up 2—REFRIGERATORS Mont. Ward — Kclvinator 1—WRINGER WASHER (Maytag) J—Buccaneer OUTBOARD—15-HP 1—ELECTRIC RANGE—39" Hotpoint 1—DRYER lAuto. West.) 2—TV Sets (21" console! We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd. Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. B32-0901 CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, office Machines. GEORGE G. SEMEN AK 624 Leonard St. Ph. 932-3752 Vacuum Cleaners 94 ELECTROLUX SALES i SERVICE C. J. APPLEBERRY Ph. 9:i2-1357 171 E. Michigan Ave., Irwd. Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663-4243 for free •Stimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING & PAINTING CO. Uie our payment plan. Wanted to Buy 98 Copper Wire, Batteries — 1.SO Richest price* tor all other scrap. RICE AUTO Phonr 932-0900 WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.65 Copper ft Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT*8 RED METAL SALVAGE Jeasieville Phone 93/-98aO WANTED: Used house trailer—20' to 30' length. Write: Arnold Si>arnlo, Route l. Box 228-A, Hamburg. Wisconsin. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 120 AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars 134 1955 SUPER-8R OLDSMOBILE—perfect condition, clean. One ownor car. Red's Pasty Shop. Wakcfield, Mich. Volkswagen Trade-In 1963 Chevrolet Impala 2-cloor Hardtop V-8, auto, trans. SHARP Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Phone B32-0710 Ironwood We're overstocked We must move these STATION WAGONS •1963 Ford • 1959 Chevy • 1962 Ford • 1958 Rambler •1961 Chevy • 1957 Chevy •I960 Rambler • 1.956 Ford •1959 Plymouth* 1956 Buick •1957 Oldsmobile Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER • JEEP Ironwood Phone H32-5200 Bessemer Phone 667-8821 OUR ANCESTORS—By Quincy HAMSAY—NEW LOCATION — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace. Phone 66TO392. IRONWOOD—257 Northland Are. 2 bedroom modern home. carpeting, oil furnace, cabinets. Well-kept thiough- out. Inquire above address after 4. Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE O MOTEL - Wakcfield • Hiway U.S.-2 frontage EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer AUTOMOTIVE- Accessories. Tires, Parts 128 TWO USED TRAILER TIRES — 4.80/4.00x8. Sec Fr. Bonnepr-lse. Phone 561-2606. Mobile Homes 130 FREE Color TV WITH ANY 12' wide PURCHASE IN THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes •Factory Homes •Travel Trailers Ski Area Report Given to Group ONTONAGON — The May meeting of the Ontonagon County Tourist Association and Chamber of Commerce was held at Paul's Supper Club, Silver City. A report was made on the two proposed ski areas and is being followed up. It was noted that the Porcupine Mountains s k i area is in need of an extensive face lifting and that the Conservation Department has kept away from making improvements on the basis of competition with free enterprise. It was ' brought out that the ski a r e a j will remain open for lease or sale until the depart m P n t can dispose of it. * * * It is the feeling of the Tourist Association that a conti n u e d effort should be made to promote private enterprise in Ontonagon County, including the construction and operation of ski areas. The concensus of opinion is that private enterp rise cannot compete with private ownership "Believe me, Casey, if the record is a hit I know you'll get your own train!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal WOW.! THEY'RE 60IN6TO .A SHOOT?OUT// THE SHERIFF' 15 MEEtlNe RN60 IN FRONTOF THE CAFE At HISH NOON. 1HE SHHRIFP K TAKING RIN60 TO. LUNCH. $350 down, $54 per month Open Sundays, Weekdays fl til 8 Drive over and sec our selection of quality homes Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 ' Ashland, WIs. of accomodations previous 1 y open on a year round basis found it necessary to close beca use lack of income from the o n ce prosperous ski trade. Student Recital Set for Sunday ONTONAGON — Sunday, May See the pre-built TOWN HOUSE by Rnllohoinc (24 x ,!fil on display SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 56M8B7 . _ _ | countered 1957 TRAVELO MOBILE HOME 38 x B 1 — newly remodeled Priced to sell LABYAK MOTOR SALES, INC. 311 Spar St. Ontonagon. Mich. WANTED TO BUY: Orub worms. Phone 932-4766. WOULD LIKE TO BUY: Died 2 x 6's, or 2 x 8's. Phone 932-4536. RENTALS- Aportments, Flats 108 HURLEY—Modern apartments — furnished or unfurnished. William Bertagnoll, phone 561-3880. Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 15-FT. CROWLINE BOAT—fiberglass. Steering equipment, lights. 35-horsc- powcr Evinrude motor, trailer. Newman's Cabins. Cisco Lake. Phone 906-358-4477, Watcrsmmt. JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR — 40 Horsepower, electric starting — half price. Call Bcrgland 2771. Model A Alurna Craft 14-ft — Ideal fishing boat — Reg. 292.50-Spec. $259 RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS See us before you BUY THAT BOAT Ironwood Auto Mart Marine Hiway U.S.-2 Phone 932-0710 IRONWOOD—2 bedroom, duplex apart-1 Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 ment. Separate utilities—oil furnace, garage. Adults only. 238 E. Michigan. ! 1948 JEEP WITH PLOW. Good tires, i good condition. Phone 667-964X. Can be seen at C & M Oil, Bessemer. NORTHSIDE—large 5 room dupJcx '2 bedrooms), hot water heat, oil furnace, garage. Inquire 1017 N. Lowell. Phone 932-3187. Apartments, Furnished 109 Specials at the Stares 89 Specials! Brand name Mattresses HALF PRICE Headboards — 9.95 (ALL SIZES) Hollywood Frames — 6,95 (ALL SIZES) Beautiful Chenille Bedspreads (FULL SIZE) — 5.95 Coverlets - 6.95 D & B FREIGHT SALES "Your RED FOX Store in Ironwood or Ashland" DOWNTOWN on McLeod Av*. We deliver Ph. 932-4912 Easy Terms OASSIHID DISMAY- ^CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MAN—general outside work. Must be over 21. Start at once through October. Write or call and give full particulars to: Maple Grove Resort, Lac Vieux Desert, L»nd O' Lakes, Wisconsin. '65 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES antf Young Men interested In learnutf trade, please send this ad art* per. sonal qualification* to Saglnaw GUM Company, 2U3 Bay Road, Saglnaw, Michigan. Attention: Mr. Jamei Jot- wiak. Htlp-MoU er FemoU 34 MEN, WOMEN, or couple for general resort Jcork. Apply in person, Edge- wiitcr Bruch Resort, Land O' Lakes, Wisconsin, $50 REWARD . fer information leading to recovery of 125 Jaeger Air Compressor (red in color) Halberg Construction Company Phone 224-7251 or 224-330 1 ! Wakefield BESSEMER—two apartments—3 rooms, 2 rooms—bath, hot water, heat, all conveniences. Phone 667-2182. I960 CHEVY 4WD PICKUP ?« ton. 4-speed trans. dump platform & snow plow LOW MILEAGE. EXCELLENT SHAPE 8 File for School Board ONTONAGON — Eight candidates filed their nomination petitions with Secretary Wilfred J. Schon of the Ontonagon Board of .Education. The school elect! oni 23, at 2:30 p.m., the music pu- A discussion was held on the j will be held June 14 and tnose n f M F E g rbo wlll be serious road-block to business en-i fiiinp- for mpmhprshin ar-P ai . ^ «<"«« T, i «» in the circle toroflJSn? membeiship are as j presenting their annual recital Lake Superior business. O n e j Fun four vear term endin£ , at the Assembly of God Church, reason is the customs regulations i 1969 (two to be elected) Wil 1 The P r °g ram wil1 be presented which seriously curtails recipro-i fre( i j. Schon, Ontonagon;'Miles ! ° c tn "™'*' cal advertising with Canada. As i A . Plutchak, Mass, and Robert a result, the Upper Peninsula |B. Stenson, Rockland. has not been able to promote it- Two year unexpired term end- self in the Canadian market as i ing 1967 (two to be elected); Jack it should be doing. A study is j Pattison, Greenland; Charles underway to see what can be! Johnson, Rockland, and Mrs. done^witrUhis problem^and f av -1 Gretchen Reynolds, Ontonag o n „ Qne y ear unexpired term ending 1966 (one to be elected): Carl Haas, and Lawrence Stripe Jr., Ontonagon. action is expected from i the federal government under its program to keep the cash flow in this country. * * * It was announced that the annual drive will begin soon and that under the able" leaders h i p of William E. Ryan it is now gaining momentum. Prese n t prospects are that this year will produce a record of donations NORTHSIDE — 5 room, oil heated. Automatic hot water, TV antenna, garage, newly decorated. Ph. 932-0964. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood. 932-2138. Houses for Rent 114 715 LEONARD STREET—4 rooms and bath., full basement. Phone 932-3587. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houtes for Sale 120 322 BONNIE STREET — 4 bedroom horned new oil furnace, 2 complete baths, extra lot. Phone 932-3(>l&. New and Used Cars 134 Completely Fascinating 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW with built- in garage. Choice corner, close in on the Northside. Inspection by appointment. A. Lieberthal & Son, Realtor OILE—Cozy, ^ bedroom bungalow. Oil furnace, carpeted living room. 84,600. HOWARD HARDIE, Realtoi Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 GOOD HOUSE BUYS 208 E. RIDGE St. 238 W. MICHIGAN Ave. 500 W. CLOVERLAND Dr. J. W. HUSS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 IKON BELT—3 bedroom home, completely remodeled, oil furnace. Rea- •ooable. Phone 861-4429. Anniversary Special 1965 MERCURY Breczeway 4-dr. $2475 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone 867-5171 Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Le Lebre 2-dr. 19&3 Le Sabre 4-dr. 1961 Invicta 2-dr. Hardtop 1961 Le Sabre - 2-dr. 1939 Le Sabre - 2-dr. Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONT1AC - CMC DEALER 237 E. Ayer Street Phone 932-1440 Ironwood '61 Cadillac 4-door Hardtop Full power, beige finish. LOCALLY OWNED. Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. Piano solos: On the Levee and At the Soda Fountain, Janet Luciano; The Pet'Shop, Schubert, and Play Ball, Patti Lindrus; Motorcycle Cop anu The Elevator, Wendy Tandl u n d ; Spider Dance and The Fire Engine, Candy Cane; Swans on the Lake -and Fairies' Harp, Marcia White; Short'nin' Bread and Clothes Line Waltz, Sus a n Metsala. Organ selections, Home on the Range and Long, Long Ago, Mark Hagene. Piano solos: Riding on a Mule and The Life Guard, Linda Smith; A Chord Frolic and The Fairy Court, Matth e w Drake; A. M. and P.M., and It Was in the Good Old Summertime, Spindler, Sally Yaunke; The William Tell Overture, Mary Polich. Accordion solos: Country Gardens and Camptown Races, Stephen Foster, Kathleen Croteau; piano solos: The Campbells Are Coming and Hear Those Lovely Bells, Susan Lahti; Sonatini in G, Beethoven, Carol Kang a s ; ic rinito o ! A i mi : ';, '"-* ~ " Summer Moon, Ribich, and Ma* «.- - ls c - uite a America, Thunderer, S k a t e r s B i c carnet of Dreams Debussev feather in our hat. With proper: waltz. Czech Song, Alma Mat- f^i Fredrickson Star 1 f I h t promotion, Ontonagon C o u n t y' ter. Mexican Clapping Song an w al tz C S SXtaardI M a r i e Hoith over The'?om n fn las ! 8ha T h ° 0terS March ' =n«™ble. SeSicSi skaters Walt? wad! in giowtn over the com i n g; numbers were the Toreador Song' - — - years and your support, b o t h by the trumpets and Come Fol-' Band Concert At White Pine \ WHITE PINE — The White ! Pine Elementary School Band | presented its spring concert last hn. i,- °n n Sl Hl e "!? m " • week - directed by H. Eugene Kar bership was called to the article i j a ia in the May 13 issue of the local; The beginners band play e d newspaper entitled, "U. P. Busi- Band Boys March, Battle Hymn ness Decreased in 1964." Al- O f the Republic and Merry Wid_„ though, as the article stated, O w Waltz. A clarinet ensemble RY cHEVROLET-jeep denier | there was a decrease peninsula-, played All Through the Night ™ Phone JM Bail , Wlde 0 , $13 mluion> q ntona g 0 n > and Ha yden's Tune and a trum- 1 County showed an increase of pe t group played Erie Canal and The some 49 per cent or $1,104,922. Ryan said, "I am sure we will that this Red River Valley. The intermediate band play e d past and future, is greatly ap predated." low Me by the clarinets The high school concert w i 1 j In final business, a discussion! be May 27 at 8 p.m., directed by was held on the limited number] Karjala. of fine maps printed by the Ot-j and other irrtereste^persons are' R^ 0 ' Neighbors Have asked to pick up their copy be-; LdSt Meeting of SeOSOP fr*V<i tVlO C* 111"**^ 1 T T -in /ivWnnn4-ii*CI — i- i ^ fore the supply is exhausted at! WATERSMEET—Royal Neigh- on Selections, The Thunder e r, Sousa, and Swanee River, Kay Martin. Piano solos: Garden of the Stars, Saint Saens, and Pals of the Saddle, Peggy Aho; Hawaiian Love Song, Traux, Dorothy Stenson; The Sack Waltz J. Metcalf, Kathleen Kangas; Seren a d e, Franz Schubert, Marilyn the Ontonaeon Pm-pstrv Office '' »»«^^«^vit,c,i— rvuyai lbors Lodge held its final m^t- ski; Minuet in a, -Beetho v e m. ing of the season Wednesday eve- Julie Reynolds; Moonlight Sona- The nd mne date s Thursday, June 10. Time place of the meeting will be nounced at a later date. ning ' May 12> With a ham dln ' ta ' Beethoven - Dinner Meeting to Be Tuesday Evening ONTONAGON — The Pres i dents Day dinner meeting of the Ontonagon Woman's Club will be held Tuesday evening, May ner at Clem's Cafe. Twenty-eight members were present. At the business meeting a 11 members were asked to meet at Estrellita, Ponce, Sar bo; Rosem a r y Millard; 1812 Overture, Tschai- kowsky, Tom Curski; Waves of the Danube, Ivanovici, Deborah the high school at 10 a.m. Mem- Kangas; The Spinning Song, orial Day to march as a unit in I.Albert Ellmenreich, Carol Lait- the parade. A Royal Neigh b o r ala. Convention will be held June Sonata No. 1 in C, Moz a r t, 24 at Sagola. All persons plan- Linda Kangas; Aragonaise, ning to attend are asked to not-1 Jules Massenet, Laurette Erick- DOWNTOWN Irwd. Phone 032-1101 NEAR HIGH SCHOOL—727 Hill St. A comfortable 3 bedroom home with hot water heat. See SAGE i WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk Ironwood I. CURRY — 4 bdrms. Carpeting drapes, washer-dryer, garbage disposal, beaut, kitchen, tile bath, dble. garage. Hi lots C. C. KEETON, Jr.-Real Estate Broker Irsvd. Ph. 932-1912 or --3432 •BAB Ik* •AJUVAIM Dmity. •83 CHEVY 4-DR. WGN. Low Mileage. Call 932-0306 RALPH ALLENDER 1954 PLYMOUTH-4 door. 6, stick—$150. Also—6 volt battery—*15. Phone Bessemer 667-2261. 1964 Rambler 2-door Stand, trans. 6-cyl. LIKE NEW CONDITION C & L Auto Service f Q' 1 1*1 f A rr ••"•& ^v *.»wv\*»»v* HA \, t«hjn\«u liW iiuw ! « ui^o .LviuoowaiirfV^ .uairtt wv\* J^IA *v«vat ai yer court. A 7 p.m. ify Mrs . Myrtle Anys so that re- son; Fur Elise, Beethoven, Jean- dinner will be served Reserva- • servations may be sent in. ette Ostling; Norwegian Concer riftHS Rnnillrt IIP memo HT; nollinn ! .. -, ... . ' . _ , __. . . — . . - _ tions should be made by calling, Mrs. J. Wilbert Ralph, or Mrs.' Marsh Lefler of the Waters-, to, Grieg, Michele Goulaf, Le meet Forest Service notified the j Secret, Gautler, Julie James; . >« __ * . _ _ _ ~ _ *»vx.w .&w.twuw B^U«.(*WV **WU*.t*V-V« VAJV* •k*W^x» V- W) %* UUU*\«* ) V V«**V* W «•>•••«« Ml) «rVf' ot M n S K U. Wllson Hodge that he will show movies Traumerei and Romance, Rob- White Pine, will be the speaker O f the Sylvania Tract. The date ert Schumann, Cynthia H|miU aw inc prOgi*cirn. Ontonagon Briefs A meeting of the Evergr e e n Cemetery Association will be will be announced. Following adjournment of the meeting, a social time was enjoyed. The next meeting will be held in September. A purebread horse may be Rambler Cars — International Trucks "OPEN FVKN a i?Nrs ANDSUNDA™" I held toni e w at 7 at the directors' I of any breed, as long as its par- iv APPOINTMENT i room of the First National Bank. | ents belonged to that breed. ton; The Race and Russian Con* certo, Rachmaninoff, Kathl e e a Erickson. The public is invited to attend. Goats have been used as • source of milk, cheese, meat and mohair and their skin hfta been used as leather. <irV&.*' i' 1 -

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