Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 22, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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TWO 1RONWOOD BAIIY GLOBE. 1RONWOOO, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1965. 6th Grade Outing Starts on Sunday WAKEFIELD—The Central School sixth grade class, under the direction of Mrs. Am o 1 d Korpi, will participate in a four- day outdoor education program at the Gogebic County Extension Camp. Little Girl's Point beginning Sunday, May 23. Many resource people will be featured in the varied program. Mrs. Ruth Potter, Wakefield Jerry Oeroux and Arlcne Potter will sing, "Beautiful Savior." The program will conclude with the closing hymn and the benediction. Michigan Week Program Given Auxiliary Has Memorial Rites BESSEMER—Memorial services honoring the late Mrs. Anna Mattson, were held by the auxiliary of the Gedda-Cychosz Post, American Legion, at its meeting Tuesday evening, before WAKEFIELD — The MacDon- j the opening of the business ses- ald School presented a program living Rosary' Devotions to Be Held on Sunday Friday at 1:30 p.m. commemorating Michigan Week. The pro- tions. Rudolph Rezatto, R e d j Cross instructor, will lead a dis- i cussion on water safety and students will all learn how to apply mouth-to-mouth resusciation on the lifesize model Resusi-An- ne. The Michigan Department of Conservation will have two representatives taking part. Jules Pann, wild game biologist, is sion. Reports of the 12th District , , ., ^ . Convention held in Ewen on _ K gram included a review of Mich- April 25 were glven by sev e „ Seb igan, stressing the progress mem ij ers who attended. It was| day - in Michigan since it be- report ed that 60 women of the district were present at the "Living in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary will BESSEMER — The Rosary" devotions came the 26th state in it be- 1837. be enacted by members of ths Holy Name Society of the St. Sebastian Catholic Church, Sun- 2 p.m. followed by the coronation ceremony. Assembly for the process i o n will be in the church hall at 8192 13-20 grades "Our Indian Heritage" by song, dance and poem. Perhaps the most popular tribute to Michigan's rich treasures of Indian Longfellow's "The Song of Hiawatha," immortalizing the legends of the Chippewas and the Upper Michigan tribes. The grades also reiterated the ' *-' — , AA1W g)A HV»\-U U*WW A V-*V^r& M V^*Vt 1/i.H— scheduled to conduct the group; achievements of prominent first through a deeryard. He w i 11! j n our s t a t e , reviewed important also display an assortment of j f ac t s O f Michigan and stated an- furs and show some movies of| nua i events of interest celebra- Michigan animals. Ernest Leon-;ted in the state. ardo, conservation officer, w i 11 The primary grades recit e d poems or sang songs of lead the Class on a tree identification field trip. Indian lore of this region will be narrated by Andrew Bednar, Gogebic County agricultur a 1 state bird, the robin. The gram was as follows: Pledge of Allegiance, all grades; song, "Michigan, our pro- the My Agent, who will also condu c tj Michigan," all the grades; kina tour to a Chippewa Ind Ian! dergarten, Mrs. Florence Bor- burlal ground. deau, song, "Robing." Quentin Friedhoff, soil con-' First grade, Miss Huston, servationist, will present mater- son S. "Robin, Robin;" first lal on erosion, and will point out man's responsibilities tow a r d conserving soil. Mrs. Stanley Oman, proprietor of Oman's Agate Shop, has consented to give a presentation about rocks and minerals of this region. Labeled rocks will be on display for the group to examine. Beautiful colored slides of t h e wild flowers of Gogebic C o u nty grade, Mrs. will be shown by Gerald Kinnun- "Michigan;" en. Kinnunen accompanies h i s slides with an interesting commentary. A model mine, designed and operated by Dominic Rig o n i, will be on display for a time. Rigoni has exhibited his model mine at various fairs and programs. Fish of Michigan will be explained by William Richards, Wakefield High School science instructor, former fisheries biologist. In addition to showing slides, Richards plans on having students view various parts of lish through a microscope. Leo Anderson, assistant ranger, Ottawa National Forest, is scheduled to present mater i a 1 about the multiple use of forests and forest fire prevention. An international hour will feat u r e Miss Gladys Simps o n, speech correctionist. She will present "Three Gals In a Simca," an illustrated travelogue. Other events highlighting the outdoor education program include the opening campfire at which the camp will be dedic- ate'tTby Supt. Carl E. Kleimola, Wakefield Township Schools; Family Night, and an introduction to square danc i n g by Mr. and Mrs. David Hulstrom, Little Girl's Point. Activities in which the group will participate include a cookout on buddy burners, flag ceremonies, an art and crafts program, songfests, a beach picnic, a canteen operated by members of the class, and a nature scavenger hunt. Michigan State Library reference books on nature were made available to the class through the cooperation of Mrs. Harlan Johnson,, Wakefield High School librarian. Supervised outdoor recreation will be part of each day's program. James Daniels, Wakefield High School cpach, will give some volleyball instruction. This project has been financed through a candy and fruit drink sale conducted by the students and several barbec u e sales managed by a group of mothers. In addition, each student has paid a nominal camp fee. A special guest at the camp will be Rod Smith, education consultant, Michigan Department of Conservation, Marquette. He has had many years of experience in advising teachers who grade, Mrs. Noll, poem, "Michigan" (words by Mrs. Noll); reading, Lynette Moyle; song, Lonely Robin." Second grade, Mrs. Neznanski, choral reading, "Talents D i f - fer;" song, "My Swing;" second and third grades, Miss Gembolis, song, "Indian Song," danpe, 'Indian Dance." Third grade, Mrs. Carr, song, 'First in Michigan;" fourth Cowling, remarks, po e m , Some Facts About Michigan. Fifth grade, Mrs. Hy p p a, songs by symphonette group taught by Mrs. Schlecht, band director. Facts on Michig a n's fight gainst disease by the boys of the fifth grade. Sixth grade, Miss Lepi n s k 1, Facts about interesting places to visit in Michigan, by the boys; facts about annual events of interest in Michigan, by the girls. Fifth and sixth grades, Mrs. Dianich, choral reading, "Hiawatha's Childhood;" "Thunderstorms," Chippewa Indian war dance. Indian dance by Daniel Halberg, Curtis Pikka and Jerrold Jarvela, accompanied by Carl Hill on the drum. Song, "Smokey, the Bear," lesson in sing, reminding the audience of the importance of conservation of forests. Juliann Franck was the an- Efs5 ss asrss:"«> m - AM ™ ™ a °< >tx< sided. The national committ e e woman impressed the need for i increased interest in the w e 1- ] fare of children program. Membership chairman, Mrs. Minerva Gitzen, reported that all units of the U.P. have reached the 100 per cent membership quota. Recommendations of the district child welfare committee, approved at the meeting, are that a slide be purchased for use of children at the Newberry C h i 1- dren's Hospital, and the remain- parish will take part in the de- j votions. William J. Wagner is master of ceremonies. Leadi n g the procession will be cross bearer Leonard Winkowski, candle bearers Joseph Martell and Robert Fingeroos, followed by Knights of the Altar, Holy Name members, the crown bearer, maids of honor, May Queen and pages. The ceremony will open with the processional into chur c h , the formation of the cross and the follows: Delores Hokanen, bum- 6rous, and Susan Cursjrt, dramatic dialogue, very good; Janis Pavlovich, dramatic dialog u e, Judy Grivicich, humo'rous, Leanne Helakoski, White Pine, dramatic dialogue; Donna Cole, lyric poetry; Debbie Tonkin, dramatic monologue, Sally All e n, humorous and Mike Smydra, dramatic monologue, excelle n t. Richard McKenzie, declamation, superior. Mrs. Marjorie Hooper coached Sally Allen and Susan Curskl and Gerald Cleveland coac h e d Mike Smydra. of used nylo n s material, and conduct grams. outdoor education pro nouhcer. Mrs. Goodney assisted with the music and accompanied the group singing on the piano. State Police Changes Told WAKEFIELD—Several changes will take place in the local unit of the Michigan State Police on June 13, it was reported, when three of the present troopers will be transferred and three new troopers will replace them. Trooper Orin Smith, who has served the local unit for more than 5 years, will be transferred to Wayland; Trooper Ed L i n d - blom, who has served here for about a year, will be transferred to Bridgeport, and Trooper Jerry Hyland, who has been here about a year, will go to Paw- Paw. The three troopers, who will arrive here in June as replacements, will b.e John Carey, who is presently stationed in Itha c a; Cecil Ojala, who is now serving in Reed City, and Leonard Hukkila, who is at present in Erie. Continuing to serve at the local unit is Sgt. Cosmo Bonello, Corp. Tony Sgaggio, and Troopers Gordon Moyle, Frank Francisco, DelmarTervo, Olin (Onni; Stuck, Robert Ballingall, and Ronald Ziemnick. the train able children in ths district, one of which is located at Iron wood. The convention also endorsed water flouridati o n and support of the Bay Cliff Health Camp at Marquette. President Mrs. George Sabol reported on the recent visit to the patients at the Gogebic Hospital. The patients appeared to be appreciative, she said and members who took part enjoyed and were inspired by the expierence. Mrs. Melba Rigoni, physical therapist, asked for contributions remnants of yarns which the patients may use in making dolls, quilts and other objects. Plans for visitation of the VA Hospital, Iron Mountain, were discussed and the secretary was directed to correspond with the hospital administration relative to a visitation date in September. Mrs. Robert Burt, who served in place of the president, in the presentation of a medal at the Federal Inspection of the ROTC battalion, reported on the event. A donation was authorized to the Fourth of July fund. Plans for election of offic e r s were made and the presid e n t appointed Mrs. Lee Johnson, Mrs. William Strelcheck and Mrs. Lee Works to a nominating committee to present a slate at the June meeting which will be at the Sundin cottage, Lake Gogebic,o on June 15, openi n g with a potluck supper. Poppies were distributed by chairman Miss Alice Abelm a n who urged members to seriously enter into the projects which helps .the living as it honors the dead." Refreshments were served by Mrs. Anna Maki, chairman, and Mesdames Margaret Novascone, John Marchello' and Hil m e r Nyman. . Progn LCL Program Monday Night WAKEFIELD — The Lutheran Church Women of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will sponsor a mother-daughter program Monday, May 24, at 7:30 p.m. In the church. The program is as follows: Opening hymn; Scripture read- Ing and prayer, Mrs. W. L e n o; songs, "My Father and My Mother" and "Jesus Bids Us Shine," primary girls. Reading, "Dear Mom," Renee Dilon; piano selection, "Artist's Life" (John Strauss), Barbara Tributes, to mother, Betty Lou Johnson; to daughter, Mrs. Ruth Potter, and (o granmother Karon Slbley. The feature of the evening will fee a chalk talk presentation by the 'Roir. Fred Paalanen, Ironwood. ;> : A trio composed of Jill and Evangelist to Be at Calvary Baptist Church WAKEFIELD — The Calvary Baptist Church invites the public to attend a series of evangelistic meetings conducted by the Rev. Richard Turley of Rip o n, Wis. The meetings begin Sunday, May 23, and will contin u e nightly through Friday, May 28. All evening meetings begin at 7 p.m. The Rev. Turley was formerly the pastor of the Watersmeet Baptist Church. Each night the program will include a time of hymn singing plus a number of instrumental and vocal selections. The Calvary Baptist Church is celebrating its tenth anniversary at this time. All are invited. Ontonagon Briefs The Holy Family Square Dancers will meet at the church hall Sunday evening at 8. Maurice Bennett, Ironwood, will be the caller and instructor. Serving on the kitchen committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burgess and Mr. and Mrs. R. Sorelle, White Pine. Sharon Seniors To Be Honored "BESSEMER—The high school seniors of the Sharon Lutheran congregation will be guests at a banquet Sunday evening begin' ning at 6:30 p.m. in Kastman Hall. The event is sponsored by members of the Luther League, aside from the seniors. The members of the Junior and Senior Confirmat i o n classes are welcome and if they were not able to attend last Monday's planning meeting and would like to attend the banquet, they are asked to contact either Diana Niemi or Doris Mascotti as to what they may contribute to the supper menu. The banquet will begin with the supper served at 6:30 p.m., followed by a program and devotions. Robert Salonen, a former leaguer and now a mathematics teacher In Stambaugh, will show colored slides. A skit will be presented by a group of leaguers, namely: Doris Mascotti, Ronald Jansson, Julie Melanen, Paul Carpenedo, LeRoy Jacobson and Janet Johnson. The new officers will be in stalled in a ceremony and devo tions will close the program. The five glorious mysteries will be commemorated in the rosary devotion. Leo Ander son will lead the first mystery, "The Resurrection;" William Karpus will lead the 2nd, "The Ascension;" Roy Malberg, the third "The Descent of the H o 1 y Spirit," Raymond Nelson, the fourth, "The Assumption of the Blessed Mother," and Andrew Relich, the fifth, "The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin." The devotion will close with a hymn introducing the coronation ceremony by students of the parochial school. Renee 1 Powajba, May Queen, will place the floral crown, which will be carried by Genev i e v e Schulz. Accompanying court will be maids of honor, Jean Boggetto, Jeanne Benetti, Christine Fiori, Patricia Kapugia, Karen Maccani, Mary Pat McCarth y, Barbara Novascone, Bonita Fertile, Tina Fertile and Agnes Turk, and pages will be Michael Modjewski and Mark Hoffner. Hymns will be sung by the choir during the coronation ceremony. The schedule of service follows with the prayer, "Memorare" by the congregation; the Holy Name pledge; benediction, the closing hymn and the recessional. Sunday at 7:30 p.m. the Holy Name Rally will continue with a social meeting in the church hall. Officers will be formal 1 y installed and recognition will be given to guest groups including the St. Sebastian Knights basketball team, the coach i ng staff, cheerleaders, senior acolytes and the ski team. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Bernard Proft, Steve Vargovich, Eugene Winkowski, Henry Thunande r, John Turkala, G. Varalli, Nick Vrancic, William Wanger, Walter Walczak, George Wat e r s Leonard Winkowski, And r e w Wroblewski, and Arthur Zadra. 8193 4-10 yrt. LOOK-ALIKE SHIFTS—Fash- on's favorite style In duplicate! Simple mother - daughter shifts are sew-easy. No. 8192 With PATT-O-RAMA s in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 32 to 40. Size 14, 34 bust, 2 5 /g rards of 45-inch. 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Small or imperfect diamonds are crushed and the abrasive powder produced is graded and used in polishing and grinding operations. • Sixth Grade Students Entertain Mothers MASS — The sixth grade students of the Mass School enter tained their mothers at an afternoon program and tea. The following program was presented: Song, Michigan, class; poem, Mother, Shirley Holmstrom; pi ano solo, Jerry Plutchak; poem, Mother, Carl Lescelius; song, class; play, Parts of Speech, 12 sixth graders; poem, Mother's Day, Frances Silta; song, This Land Is Your Land, class. Refreshments were furnished by Mrs. Aune Nara, the sixth grade teacher, and was served by the students. Mr. and Mrs. William Kettunen were called to Battle Creek because of the accidental death of Dr. Helmrich, who was instantly killed in an automobile accident His wife was critically injured and taken to a hospital. The de ceased was the father in law o Mrs. Kettunen's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Smith, at Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaarto have returned from a five day trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ark Flint, are spending a w e ek here visiting relatives and friends. George Lehto is a medical pa tient at Baraga County Memori al Hospital, L'Anse. ITS! DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Tonight and Sunday Twice Evenings at 6:45 ft 9:00 Matinee Sunday at 2:00 A motion picture you'll never forget! DISNEY List Students In Forensics ONTONAGON — The U p p e r Peninsula forensic finals were icld at Marquette, at w h ich ;ime the Ontonagon High School 'or the first time had more than ;wo students participating. Those from Ontonagon we r e Sally Allen, Susan Curski and Mike Smydra; from White Pine, Leanne Helakoski, Donna Cole. Debbie Tonkin and Delores Hok- tanen. From Marenisco were Janis Pavlovich, Judy Grivicich and Richard McKenzie. The results of the finals are as The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Rosalie shows that a seductive wife can far offset her mate's need for sex hormones! If your husband is going to a physician for such shots, that usually is a reflection on you wives! So send for the sex booklet below and learn how to stay happily married thro ugh your Golden Wedding Anniversary! Report Given At Club Meet ONTONAGON — A meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held at Fellowship Hall of the Met h o d 1 s t Church. Mrs. Lyle Roehm reported on the district meeting she and Mrs. John Sotton attended at Iron Mountain. A discussion was held on giving a donation to help the youth go to Camp Michlgamme. It was decided to sponsor a bake sale to finance this project. Officers were elected as presented by the nominating c o m- mittee with installation planned for the June meeting. After the meeting, a soci a 1 hour was enjoyed with lunch being served by members of Ruth Circle. The next meeting will be held June 9 with Grace Circle as the hostess group. C. Crowe// to Conduct Meet ONTONAGON—Carolyn Crowell, 4-H Extension agent for On- tbnagon" "and Gogebic Counties, will conduct a training meeting on Ontonagon County Wildflowers for 4-H leaders and members at the Green Church Tuesday evening at 6:45. A short field trip will be made, after which colored slides of flowers will be viewed by t h e group. Identification, press i n g and preserving will be discussed. All prospective leaders and members are asked to attend. CASE V-496: Rosalie, eg e d 38, Is a beautiful widow, c u 1- tured, musical and an a c t i ve church worker. But Her widower finance suddenly started drinking liquor a \ few weeks before the weddi n g, i though he had been a teetotaler. \ So his clergyman asked me to help salvage this forthcomi n g marriage. As I told you yesterday, I warned Rosalie that Aland's al- cholism was due to his fear of i being a platonic mate. So 1 urged Rosalie to throw off the usual feminine pass i v e role and thus help banish Alan's sexual inferiority complex. For a seductive wife can do more than tons of testosterone! Most cases of sexual impotence are NOT due to organic deficiency but merely to terror. As soon as a husband is afflicted with doubt, he is almost sure to throw himself into total impotence within one or two nights. For he worries, and worry is a brain or "cerebral" function. But you can't simultaneously maintain a cerebral proc ess and also emote or indulge in ardent romancing. Thus, it is a man's fear that usually robs him of his sexual ardor rather than his age or hormone deficiency. Well, Rosalie was an und e r- standing modern wife who rea- ized that the entire success of her forthcoming marriage would depend on how well she could help Alan banish his inferiority complex. Meanwhile, I reassured Al a n Legion Auxiliary to Have Final Meeting ONTONAGON — The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its final meeting before the summer recess, Monday evening at the dining room of the Memorial Building. A 6:30 p.m. potluck supper will be served. E a ch m e mber is asked to brin g something for the supper and her own place setting. A social evening of cards will follow the supper. ONUS AYS Sale Continues through Saturday, May 29th Order Your WEPCO Products Now ... Buy At Low, Low Sale Prices! A top quality heavy gauge extruded aluminum door, with clean modern lines. Pre-hung and pre-drilled for easy installation. All hardware included. HOW TO MEASURE Measure opening width and height as illustrated in diagram. Window A deluxe triple tilt action window. Heavy gauge extruded aluminum; easy to clean! Adjust from Inside; pre-aligned for easy installation. HOW TO MEASURE Measure opening width and height as illustrated in diagram. 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In fact, after the passage of a year, they had their first baby, much to the added delight of both, for neither of them had had a child during their first marriages. Much of the unhappiness In marriage is due to the fact that wives remain relatively passive (and often indifferent). That is very dangerous, for a wife must become more aggressive with each additional birthday after her mate passes 40. Men can usually stand a wife's passivity during the early years but not forever! Wives, if you wish to prevent your husband from becoming an alcoholic, or a "chaser" or even a bowling alley fanatic, just remember that most divorces start in the bedroom, due to a wife's sins of omission! So send for the booklet "Sex Problems in Marriage," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. It's ideal divroce insurance. 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