Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 21, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood, Michigan
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FRIDAY, MAY 21,1963. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN REVtN _ _ v Selling Outgrown Clothing Is a Quick Way to Raise Ready Cash 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Wont-Ad* Ordered for an Entire Wee* Earn lowest Rat* Pint Three Dayt - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received betwitn I a.m. to 8:00 Dally. Saturday until noon. No Want-Adi accepted tor same day Insertion or cancellation aHef 9:00 a.m. on week-days or after 1:00 a.m. oa Saturday!. Ironweed Daily Glob* Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In the City of Irenweod which are taken by phone arc accepted with the understanding that they win be paid for within one week. Out-of-town ads are payable In advance of Insertion. Lew Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Chars* Cash l-time 8c 6%c Mimes lie IOC 3-times 17e 16c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-dayj $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow eath rat* when paid within one week after expiration. GROUP of figure* count as one word. Bach Initial Is considered, lime *• word. Example: Piiont H32-2211 two words tin E. McLeod ... three words Write Box 72 Globe four words . A B. Smith & Co fivt words Order tor 9 days—cancel anytime. Charges at rate earned. loco! Classified Display i'er Inch $2.00 fable Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash Rata 136 Uiriirmira 1.00 Day Days Daye ,.•.. words 1.00 1.50 2.40 j i: 'vords ..... 1.07 1.60 2.56! 7 words 1.13 1.70 2.72 •8 words 1.20 1.80 2.88 ') words 1.27 1.90 3.04 :n words ].33 2.00 3.20 !.V words 1-67 2.50 4.00 !0 words 2.00 3.00 4.80 :• How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live such as home, apartment, flat, room, should begin with the street aiKl numbers; used car with make ' oi 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 re-arranged to •suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. ERRORS In advertising should be reported Immediately. The Ironwood Daily Globe will not be re• sponsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. EMM.OYMENT- Help—Mole or Female 34 MAN OR WOMAN! Earn S100 per week and up full time, or S30-S60 part time. Supply established demand for Rawleigh Products in Gogebic Courty or Ironwood. Write Rawlcigh's, MCE-31- 1115, 1000 Third Street, North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. MEN, WOMEN, or couple for general resort work. Apply in person. Edgewater Beach Resort, Land O' Lakes, Wisconsin. WANTED: COOK—man, woman or a family, with some cooking experience on a 10 r c basis, gross—$20,000 to .$36,000 in 4 or 5 months. MclJinty Resort, Copper Harbor, Keweenaw, Michigan. All equipment furnnhed— room for sleeping several. Heady to go June 1 or IS. Write: Mrs. R. E. McGinty. c/o Twin City Style Shop, Hancock, Michigan or call 482-3400. Situations Wanted-Male 37 ACCOHDION PLAYERS available Weddings — Dances — etc. Contact SAM VALENTI ACCORDION School Hurley, Ph. 561-4484 or B32-327S FINANCIAl- Business Opportunities 47 HOME AND •USINtSS- Artlcles for Sato 71 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. PHILCO ELECTRIC STOVE—17" X J3' oven. Excellent condition. Phone 561-3938. ALL HOUSEHOLD and business furnishings: Wood-gas range 2 heaters, 2 refrigerators, kitchen set, washer, sate, cash register, beds, living room set, miscellaneous items. See at 111 Silver Street, Hurley, Wis., Trtday through Monday. Must sell. BEAUTIFUL ACCORDION — Italian styled (7-shift. 120-bass). Will sell cheap. Girl's coats, dresses. Piano— like new. 1116 N. Greenbush. DOUBLE BED, with spring and mattress — In good condition. Phone 832-2436. PRESSURE COOKER, steam Iron, pans and dishes, quart jars, tools ttep ladders. 233 S. Mansfield, t to 4. FOR SALE OR LEASE: Locker Plant and equipment. Smoke house with recording thermometer, 500* » day ice machine. Wholesale and retail meats and frozen foods. Write Gilbert G. Grant, or call EL 3-2668 a tier S. SAN REE BAR — U.S.-2 Ironwood Complete Bar Sc Grill with modern apt. Price reduced to sell C. C. KEETON. Jr.-Real Estate broker Phone B32-1812 or 932-3452 RAIN GUTTERS Aluminum ROOF EDGINGS KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora St. Ph. 832-2130 TIZZY—By Kate Osann Money to Loan 51 ANNOUNCEMENTS- lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. It A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10, 1965 7:30 p.m. Erwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y. Lost and Found FOUND: Young male dog—beautifully marked, tan and white, wearing red collar.with large steel washer. Phone 032-5810. HILL'S KENNELS — Junet Rd.. Irwd. 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 FOHD TRACTOR SALES It SERVICE FRANK MILES Sc SONS BOO Division St. Hurley Ph. 361-4578 FARMERS, time to do your Farm Fencing • COMPLETE LINE OF FENCING In stock Range Flour & Feed Store Frederick St. Phone B32-1731 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ROVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 932-1830 Ironwood, Michigan 3 ROOMS OF FURNITURE—'kitchen, dining room, living room). Will sell reasonably. Phone 932-2514. ~~ ROTO TILLER. Also lawn roller for iale. Inquire 127 W. Arch Street. • SCREEN WINDOWS '24x481, « »torm windows (24x48). Wooden door canopy —good condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-1834, 3 to 7 p.m Slide Projectors as low as 14.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP . Michael's Bldg. Ph. 932-3901 Reo Power Mowers A size' to fit every need SHOP DURING BONUS DAYS THURS,—FRL—SAT. Register for free gift certificate mo obligation) Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 832-0401 Building Materials 74 4'x8'-l/4" Masonite Hardboard . $1.78 each LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars "I know father has more knowledge than I, but most of it's outmoded!" HOME AND BUSINESS- Refrigerators, lee Boxes 87 used Refrigerators • Cleaned and sanitized • One year guarantee • Large selection ELLOS APPLIANCE — Irwct. Specials at the Stores 89 RED JACKET WATER SYSTEMS Firestone Sc Goodyear Tires ROVELL * COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan 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 It new rollers. I used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/angle DOZER. Needs some repair. HAUTANEN 'MPI.EMENT CO. Cloverland Dr. Ph. 032-4S02 Fertiliser, Sod, Topsoil 61 MANURE for gardens. $1 per pickup truck or trailer load. Vt mi. N. of Scotty's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-MS1. MANURE for gardens k lawns — by bushel or load. Pick up or we deliver. Painted oedar fence posts — 25c ea. JOHN TROJAHN — Ph. 932-4835 Fruits and Vegetables LOST: WOMAN'S GLASSES — Black frames, rhinestone trim, in Hurley, Friday, Reward. Ph. 932-1653 after 6 Load Flowers & Fresh Produce from Minneapolis just arrived PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 561-4262 LOST: BASEBALL GLOVE — (Rowlings) vicinity of Randa Field. Tucs- dav. Heartbroken boy. Phone 8322369. SEED POTATOES—Russet Rural. B- sizc. Good quality. Erickson Brothers. Phone 832-5790. -LOST: "TERRY" — green parakeet (real tame* — Wednesday — lost in vicinity of the Northside. Ph. 932-5520. Announcements 10 RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday, May 22— Bethany Covenant Church, Marquctte Street — starting at 9 a.m. SERVICES- Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS. 932 21U local or long distance movini via ATLAS VAN LINES TV, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES 4: SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial 932-0510 Evenings Dial (32-3124 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES It models Dumont sales. Ph. 032-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT. Help Wanted—Female 32 HOUSEKEEPER for motherless home. Capable of grocery shopping, family cooking and care of three enjoyable children . . 13, 14, and 9. Additional help as needed. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Write Dr. Jack Buffington, 636 Church Street, Evanstpn, Illinois. Help Wanted-Male 33 HANDYMAN—for exterior house painting wanted. Phone 932-4133. MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Wanted Experience required In supet- vision and maintenance of: •Boilers •Power Transmissions •Hydraulics Bermaiient position. Wage eorn- . mensurate with ability Send complete resume to: Attention: Mr. R. Maxwell : PLANT ENGINEER Wynnewood Products Co. Antiio, Wisconsin All applications will be hlM confidentisl. MAN—general outside work. Must be over SI. Start st onct through Oc tober. Write or call and give ful particulars to: Maple Grove Resort Lac Vleux Desert, Land O' Lakes Wisconsin. •95 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES and . Yuung Men interested in learning trade, please send this ad and per sonal qualifications to Eaginaw Glass Company, 2823 Bay Road, Savlnaw .Michigan. Attention: Mr. James Jos WJHk. Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merriwesther, Mich. Give Away •0 ANY PERSON who has 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. CUDDLY CUTE Angora kitten—6 weeks old—would like a home. Phone 932-4193. Household Articles 81 SI PER DAY rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. Gertz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture It Appliance. Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 •opular Varieties of EVERGREENS— POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM Bring your Memorial Day planters to WALTER SULIIN GREENHOUSE 1 mi. S. of Norrie Park HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 8 DOUBLE BEDS — (Hollywood, maple and metal stylet complete with innerspring mattresses—very good condition. Used white toilets and wash bowls — very cheap. Miscellaneous chairs. Good maple davenport—$20. Dairymen's Country Club, Wolf Lake Lodge, Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. No phone calls. You'll love the new •Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever! Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. 032-0300 Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 12 Bonus Days iThurs. - Fri. -' Sat.) I table GIFT ITEMS — HALF PRICE (Ideal for wedding gilts) SPINNERIN FROSTLON (2-oz. balls) Reg. 1.8B — Spec. 1.29 BERNAT KNITTING WORSTED Reg. 1.49 — Spec. 1.10 Register for FREE $10 Gift Certificate one each day — No obligation Nothing to buy Beth Perry Gift & Yam Shop Seaman Bldg. Ph. 332-4121 Rotary power MOWERS—$5 if up 2—REFRIGERATORS Mont. Ward — Kelvinator 1—WRINGER WASHER iMaytngl I—Buccaneer OUTBOARD—15-HP 1—ELECTRIC RANGE—39" Hotpoint 1—DRYER (Auto. West.) 2—TV Sets (21" console) We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd. ACCUTRON by Bulova It is NOT a Watch It is the most accurate timepiece in the world John Albert, Jeweler Kresge Bldg. Ironwood Machinery and Tools 83 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES It SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7581 See our complete line LAWN FLITE MOWERS Riding and manual — Use our easy pay plan BINGO AND SON GARAGE Wakefitld Ph. 229-5212 Musical Merchandise ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA—complete set (24 volumes) — excellent condition. Also. 6-volt auto radio. Phone 932-4192. If it's QUALITY you want, If s Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. Ph. 5S1-3223 FOAM STUFFED TOYS—varied assortment. $1 — *2 each. Phone 932-4152. RA-PID-GRO soluble plant food — for roses, flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, etc. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- More Used Records just arrived — Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT — Ph. 932-3211 BONUS DAYS Save $5 - $10 - $.15 on: • Bedroom Suites •Sofas Sleepers •Water Heaters •2-pc. Living Room Sets OTHER SAVINGS: J Brand Name Mattresses HALF PRICE /Headboards - 9.95 'all sizes) y Hollywood Frames 6.95 (all' sizes) /Chenille Bedspreads — 5.95 (beautiful, full size) /Coverlets - 6.95 D & B FREIGHT SALES "Ypur RED FOX Store In Ironwood or Ashland" DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. We deliver Ph. 932-4512 Easy Terms Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES, TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. M:t2-0901 REAL ESTATE FOR SAUE- ffouses for Sale 134 Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Lc Lebre 2-dr. 1963 Le Sabre 4-clr. 1961 invicta 2-dr. Hardtop 1961 Le Sabre - 2-dr. 1959 Le Sabre - 2-dr. Point Motor Sales BUICK • PONT1AC - CMC DEALER 237 E. Aycr Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 61 FORD 4-DR.—Auto, trans.. V-» —Very good shape — $750. Phone 932-3124. '62 Olds 98 Holiday 2-door Hardtop Power steering, power brakei, power windows, 'powei seats. tinted glass, radio, cream with fawn interior. EXCELLENT CONDITION Laliti Chevrolet-Cadillac. Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. BljZ-lini 1954 PLYMOUTH-4 door. 6, slick--S150. | Also—6 volt battery—S15. Phon* Bessemer B67-2261. OUR ANCESTORS—By Qulncy Volkswagen Trade-In 1963 Chevrolet Impala « 2-door Hardtop "', auto, trans. SHARP Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Ironwood Phone 932-0710 Completely Fascinating j 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW with" built- in garage. Choice corner, close in on *1962 Foi'd the Northsidc. Inspection by appointment. A. Lieberthal & Son, Realtor GILE—Cozy, Z bedroom bungalow. Oil furnace, carpeted living room. 84,600. HOWARD HARD1E, Realtor Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 IRON BELT—3 bedroom home, completely remodeled, oil furnace. Reasonable. Phone 561-4429. LIVE IN ONE — RENT the OTHER apartment. This is good income property at 223 F.. GOGEBIC ST. — close to school and shopping district. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 E. Suffolk St. Ironwood RAMSAY—NEW LOCATION — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace. Phone 667-4392. IRONWOOD—257 Northland Ave. 2 bedroom modern home, carpeting, oil furnace, cabinets. Well-kept thiough- out. Inquire above address after 4. We're overstocked We must move these STATION WAGONS 1963 Ford »]959 Chevy 1958 Rambler 1957 Chevy 1956 Ford •1961 Chevy •I960 Rambler •1959 Plymouth* 1956 Buick •1957 Oldsmobilc Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. CHRYSLER • PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL STUDEBAKEH • JEEP Ironwood Phone B32-5200 Bessemer Phone 667-8821 IEGALS TRIO of good buys 219 W HARDING Ave. 110 W. PEWABTC St. 926 BROADWAY J. W. HUSS. REALTOR Ironwood Phone 1)32-4110 White Pine Phone B85-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3062 Jim Huss — Ph. 2026 May 21, 22, 24 NOTICE TO BID Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of the Bessemer Township School District for furnishing and delivering the following during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966? 30,000 Gallons, more or less. of number 2 fuel oil to the ol storage tanks at the Rimsay School; 8,000 Gallons, more or less, 01 number 2 fuel oil to the storage tank at the Ramsay School and Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE • MOTEL — Wakefield • Hiway U.S.-2 frontage EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer Sale or Rent 124 WAKEFIELD—6 room house—3 bedrooms, bath. Price cut for quick sale. Call Wakefield 224 > -15fll AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 CLEANING fr. Repair—Typewriters, office Machines. GEORGE G. SEMEN AK •24 Leonard St. Ph. 932-3752 Vacuum Cleaners 94 ELECTROLUX SALES <c SERVICE C, J. APPLEBERRY Ph. 932-1357 171 E. Michigan Ave., Irwd. Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663-4243 for free estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING * PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan. Refrigerators, Ice Boxes •7 21 ft. Freezer Was-239.95 NOW-198.88 e)No money down 0)Easy terms Gambles—Ironwood CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- . DAVENPORTS kitchen cabinet*, babj cribs, stove*, all can be sold with \\ ant-Ads whea you o« lonftf Mad oSCOTTS Spreader furnished fr«* of chargt to us* in applying your Seed and Fertilizer purchased from RANGE LAWN & GARDEN SHOP Frederick St. Ph. 832-1731 Wanted ^Industrial Pipefitters ^Industrial Electricians for work in Iron Mountain area Employer Representative will be in the Michigan Employment Security Office 135 West Aurora Street IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MAY 24, 1965 1 to 4 p. m. An Equal Opportunity Employer Wonted to Buy 98 Copper Wire. Batteries — 1 50 Richest prices for all other scrap. MICE AUTO Phone 932-0900 WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.55 Copper & Brass. Will pick up. . CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jessieville Phone 93V-9830 WANTED: Used house trailer—20' to 30' length. Write: Arnold S^arnio, Route 1. Box 228-A, Hamburg Wisconsin, WANTED TO BUY: Grub worms. Phone 932-4766. WANT TO BUY: Used pony saddle and bridle. Call 032-2381 or 932-1501. FREE Color TV WITH ANY 12' wide PURCHASE IN THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes • Factory Homes •Travel' Trailers 10% Down BUDGET PLAN PAYMENTS Open Sundays, Weekdays 9 til 8. Drive over and see our selection of quality homes Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland, Wis. See the pre-bullt TOWN HOUSE by Rollohomc 124 x 361 on display SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 561-4887 1957 TRAVELO MOBILE HOME 38 x B' — newly remodeled Priced to sell LABYAK MOTOR SALES. INC. 311 Spar St. Ontonagon, Mich. to the storage tank at_ Ramsay School Garage; 8,000 Gallons, more or less, the "I say, old chap, couldn't this changing of the guard be simplified?" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal IOOK. AT THE DRN3ON TRAyCKlN 1HS'MUD/ DOMT THINK. NOU LUBE ABLE TO KIU. HIM. IEGALS regular gasoline to the storage tank at the Ramsay School Ga rage. The above quantities are approximate only; quantity required may vary cithei way from the figure given. Deliveries to be made at such time and in such quantity and to such buildings as shall be ordered by the Superintendent of Schools. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent in the Ramsay School. Sealed bids are to be in the office of the Board of Education by 4:00 P.M., June 17, 1965. The Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The best interest of the School District will be considered In awarding contl '"BOARD OF EDUCATION BESSEMER TWP. SCHOOL DISTRICT Carl R. Martinson, Secretary "NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Qualified Begistcred Electors of the viudiiiiiu B. TOWNSHIP OF May 21, 26 NOTICE FOR BIDS Sealed Bids will be received by the Township Board of. Ironwood Township up to Five (51 P.M. on June 2, 1965. for a Standard Office Typewriter with an eighteen inch (18"t carriage, all bids should be addressed to the undersigned at the address below and plainly marked "Typewriter Bid". George Hakala Township Clerk Route 2, Box 120 Ironwood, Michigan May 21, 28, June 4 INVITATION TO BID The Board of Education of the Hurley Joint School District No. One Hurley, Wisconsin, is requesting bids on "Maintenance Service" for all school typewriters—standard and electric. This service will include the cleaning and repairing of all machines during the summer of 1965, and the repair to machines during the 1965-1966 school year, as required,. Bids are to be submitted on a cost per machine basis for standard and electrical. Bids will be receiver! until 4:00 P.M. June 9. 1965, in the office of the Superintendent of Schools Hurley. Wisconsin. • The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept that bid which in the opinion of the Board Gngcbic, will serve the best interests of'the MI i IB n school district. THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE vcntlon was received from Mr. Barrl* beau and was placed on file. Motion by Caudill, supported by Steele that the meeting be adjourned. Carried. MILFORD J. STEFLJB Secretary Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 15-FT. CROWLINE BOAT—fiberglass. Steering equipment, lights. 35-horse man's Cabins. Cisco Lake. 906-358-4477, Watersmeet. SCHOOL DISTRICT, Township of Watersmeet has been called to be held at the Township Hall in the Township of Watersmeet on MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time for the purpose of electing one member to the Board of Education for the term of 'our years. The following candidate has filed his nomination petitions for member to the Board of Education for the term of four years, to wit: pj ARTHUR HAROLD PETERSON The following proposition will also b INTEHMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition: "Shall all the territory of the follow- ate School Districts be .-. „ _-,—.,-- „ , in r* in IP imca late ounuui 1^*0 n «^. •»» — •-. power Evinrudc motor, trailer. New- j "' 8 d "« { intermediate School ,„„.,.« ,-,„,„.= r.«,.n i. ake . ^°"« ' ^\ cr ? ctl °J 0cr0 " d ing to Act 190 of Public . JAMES MEZZANO, JR., Superintendent Hurley Joint School District No. 1 _. j Acts of 1962. as amended. JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR — 40 Horsepower, electric starting — half price. Call Bcrgland 2771. See us before you BUY THAT BOAT Ironwood Auto Mart Marine Hiway U.S.-2 Phone 932-0710 ]2' Smoker Aluminum Boat Was $185 - SPEC. 149.95 RAY SMEETH SPTC. GOODS RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 1C3 Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 THREE BICYCLES: One 26-inch, two 20-lllPh. Phii:-" 361-4211 after 5:30 p.m. HURLEY—Modern apartments — furnished or unfurnished. William Bertagnoli, phone 561-3880. IRONWOOD—2 bedroom, duplex apart- Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 U IJ> Ul tavf-t "a u.... Gogebic County Intermediate School District Ontonagon County Intermediate School District YES Q NO rn NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central Daylight Saving Time on the above named day and date. Dated this 17th day of May, 1965. Signed. Mllford J. Steele Secretary—Board of Education 1960 CHEVY 4WD PICKUP 3 » ton. 4-speed trans. dump platform k snow plow LO\V MIIjKAGE. EXCELLENT isriAPE May 21, 28, June 4 INVITATION TO BID The Board of Education of the Hur- lev Joint School District No. One, Hurlev, Wisconsin, is requesting bids on "Painting Steel Light Tower at Memorial Field", located at Hurley. Wisconsin. . More detailed information on the above- project may be obtained from the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Hurley. Wisconsin Bids will be received until 4:00 P.M. June 9. 1905. in the office of the Sup- Trip Is Topic At Church Meet ONTONAGON—The mont h 1 y meeting of the Women of the Episcopal Church was held Tues-. day evening at the parlors of the Church of the Ascension. A letter explaining the trip that is being planned by the Diocese of Northern Michigan to visit the Washington Cathedral was read. It was noted that the complete trip, including everything for seven days, will not exceed $115. Oct. 16 is the date set for the, bus trip and anyone interested is asked to send $15 with a reservation. The Rev. Ca r 1 s o n Gerd a u gave an interesting review of the history of his parish. He stated that this history is being compiled and anyone having information of pictures of interest should contact Fred Reiss. The annual Ascension "Day service will be held Thursday evening, May 27, at 5:30 p.m. Immediately following, a potluck dinner will be served at the Community Building by the members of the Church School children. This will also be a farewell to the Rev. Gerdau, as this will be his last meeting with this cong r e a t i o n. Church School awards will be given at t h 1 K time. Plans were made for a rummage sale to be held Saturday morning, May 22, at the church parlors commencing at 9^ -•. After the meeting ai soc i : a ; hour was enjoyed and lunch was served with covers laid for 17 by the hostesses Mrs. Jack Townsend and Mrs. Arnold Gauthier. .uouon O v v.,uu.u, supported by The next meeting will be held Steele, to purchase three tables, size ) Aug. 17, the hOStCSSCS tO DC 8n- 30" x 96", from the Monroe Comoany. ; rirmr .,,, l H WATERSMEET TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION April 6, 1965 The meeting was called to order by President Harry W. Wright, in the Library Room of the school at 7:30 p.m. Members Present: Slecle, Peterson, Caudill, Wright, Supt. Faltinowski and Arnoldine Basancsc Members Absent: Caron, Dellies and Hupp A motion was made by Caudill. supported by Peterson, that the minutes of the last regular meeting bo approved as read. Carried. Motion by Steele, supported D.v Peterson, that we pay the bills which are tabulated and presented for payment. The bills to be covered by check." No, 770 through No. 808 amounting to $2,981.84 and payroll checks No 773 through No. 812 amounting to 86,574.11. Carried. Motion by Steele, supported by Peterson, that the 4-H Service Club be given permission to hold a meeting In the school on May 5, 1965. Carried. Motion by Caudill, supported by Peterson, to accept the financial report. Carried. Motion by Steele, supported by Caudill, to continue to sponsor the "4-H Rain or Shine Club". Carried. Motion by Steele, supported by Peterson, to have Supt. Faltinowski appoint election inspectors for the May 10. 1965 election from the list of available people. Carried, by . . ment. Separate utilities-oil furnace, , CENTURY CHEVROLET— Jeep dealer ; P1 -intendent of Schools, Hurley, Wiscon garag*. Adults only. 236 E, Michigan. ! Wakeficld Phone 229-5531 Carried. Motion by Peterson, supported by Steele. to engage Mrs. Emily Caudill to take the 1905 school census for the i nounced. NORTHSIDE—large 5 room duplex 12 i bedroomsi, hot water heat, oil fur-1 nace, garage. Inquire 1017 N. Lowell. Phone 932-3187. New and Used Cars 134 Apartments, Furnished 109 BESSEMER—two apartment*—3 rooms, 2 rooms—bath, hot water, heat, all conveniences. Phone 687-2182. NORTHSIDE — 9 room, oil heated. Automatic hot water, TV antenna, garage, newly decorated. Ph. 932-0864. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy, apartment in fireproof building. Call Bessemer Morgan Manor. Ironwood. 932-2138. —• ~', „ CHEV Y 4 DR Low Mileage. Call 932-OJQb RALPH ALLENDER Anniversary Special 1965 MERCUKY Breezeway 4-dr. $2475 Bessemer Auto FORD - MERCURY — COMET same amount as last year. ($125.00) Carried. Motion by Steele. supported by Pet- The Board reserves the right to re- j erson, to authorize the use of a bus for icct anv or all bids, or to accept that | two 4-H trips; Marenisco on April 28. bid which in the opinion of the Board i anc i Ironwood May 1. Carried. will serve the best interests of the i Motion by Peterson, supported by _., hnr .| hQ _ district. I Steele, that the Superintendent call for si-HUUl uas .TAMES MEZZANO, JR.. i bids on glass blocking the windows In : from its annual ClBSS trip ' the laboratory and as an alternate the school Superintendent Hurley Joint School District No. 1 seventh srade room. The deadline on these bids will be 4:00 p.m. May 12. 1965. Bids will be opened on May 13. 1965 at 7:30 p.m. Carried. Motion by Caudill, supporter by Steele, that the policies regarding expul- HOUMS for lent 114 TIB LEONARD STREET—4 room* and bath., full basement, Phone 932-5587. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Heuse* for Sale '58 Dodge 4-door sedan Full power — LOW PRICED C & L Auto Service May 31. 28 NOTICE TO BID The Board of Education of Waters r meet Township School District invites | S i 0 n and money in the general account bids on the removal of an old hot | be adopted and that a copy of these water tank 500 gallon capacity 42" in i policies be made a part of the official diameter and 84" long and the furnish- '< minutes. Carried. Phone B67-5171 , j ng ot - eXl -, c t duplicate in size of a new : Motion by Slcele. supported by Pet- steel installed. The new tank is . erson. tlml Mr. Bednur be allowed to """=*•' ( 0 b c insulated with asbestos sheeting | hold a Hospitality Clinic In the school as Is the old. Bid will be received up to June 10. 1905 at 7:30 p.m. iE.S.T.1 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools and will then be opened immediately. Installation to be completed by July 16, 1905. The Board reserves the right to Rambler Cars — International Trucks reject any and all bids. U.S.-2 ul Douglas Phone 1):I2-:I4DO Signed. 120 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS , Mllford J. Stcele BY APPOINTMENT I Board of Education 222 BONNIE STREET — 4 fr<H""•••" I •*•*•*™~"*^~™"••••••••i——•— j Waterstnfet Township School home, new oil f\irnsr,», 2 complete i THOUSANDS OK Gogebic Range lam- District bathi, extl* lot. Phone B33-36ie. i UlM »«ad the page daily. t Wattrsmtek. Mictugu Trout Creek Seniors Return From a Trip TROUT CREEK — The senior class of the Trout Creek high h o m e to Washington, D. C.. where group spent five days. A highlight of the trip was a breakfast with Congressman R Clevenger. The following seniors made the trip: Ruth Hukkala, Carol Walls, Jean Anderson, Karen Hiitola, Joy Johns, Marlene Pertt^l a, Thomas Pittsley, John SUger, Martin Kerenen, Michael J u ho- la, Pelkola and Dorothy Metbs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hervonen, Tho~~S\ipcrintendont was authorised to ?.:*..?' take care of nil legal matters pertain- W1U1 luC ing to the Junr 14 election christens and John Besonens. Project "Head-Start" was. discussed ". Mnffitt hoc \aft In* and it was decided no action would be KOnaid MOUlll 08!) WIV IW taken. KellOSha, WlS., WhOl'S Hi -Will. A thank yuu letter or tht opporlun- ..--i. omnlnumonf «y at attending tin 41.B.B.A. Coo- i SCCK employment. , f . 4 on May IK or 20. If other school in the county are doing the same. A thank you letter for contribution was received from the Action information Committee and filed. The Muy 10 College Election was discussed. 'V r ,'#,

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