Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1965. IRONWOOD DAIIY GiOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIVt Three Retiring leachers Feted With a Banquet WAKEFIELD — The Lakeview Supper Club was the set- ing for a festive banquet honor- Ing three retiring teachers for their many contributions to the teaching profession. Mrs. F1 o r- ence Bordeaux, Mrs. Est her Hyppa and Mrs. Mildred Johnson received the plaudits ' of L ,heir colleagues and friends for iheir years of dedicated service. The Wakefield Board of Education presented floral centerpieces and orchid corsages to the honored guests. Colorful souvenir booklets were at each place setting. A hospitality hour, preceding the banquet, centered about a punch bowl which was flanked by colorful flowers. Several members of the Fut u r e Teachers of America, presided 3t the punch bowl. The program opened with the singing of the national anthem and the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance by the assembly Grace was said by Mrs. Ella Moll. The featured speaker of the evening was Carl E. Kleim o 1 a superintendent of the Wakefield school system, who chose as his topic "It Takes But One," In hi inspirational address he stressed the far reaching influence o teachers, and recited a p o e alk revealed that "It Takes But One" to sense a child's lone- iness, but one to look Into his heart of fear, to understand and jive tne quick caress and bend o him a willing listening ear. A hild may be bewildered by many problems too big for him. * * * It takes but one to fan the dormant spark, smoldering deep within resentful souls, into shin- ng ligrit that dispels the dark, and lets them see themselves in useful roles. It takes but one to reach beyond the crust of hfrte, beyond ihe ugly attitude, the scorn, a faithless heart to liberate, and through love, another bridge is Dorn. Years of training, numero u s degrees, pleading, pressuring, drilling, drumming, will nev e r reach youth's hard, depected heart, until someone understands and cares. The youngsters of today are heirs to the trying struggles of our time. Mankind cries out, Teacher, know their bleak uncertainties, help them realize their worth, and then to stride with courage toward their destinies of service to God and their fetlowmen. It takes but one to reach beyond the veil of insecurity, distrust and fear and build new ties that make a richer life. It takes but one to break the shell of shy reserve, to lend an eager hand to those in need, to off e r solace in time of grief, or greet a stranger'with a frieindiy smile. America, born of hopes and dreams, the toil and sacrifice of daring men determined to live TEACHERS HONORED—Three teachers of the Wakefield school system, who are retiring this year, were honored recently at a banquet held at the Lakeview Supper Club. Left to right they are: Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Mrs. Florence Bordeau and Mrs. Esther Myppa. (Daily Globe Photo) community of persons of Russia n-German descent, w h o se children spoke no English. From there she moved to Saginaw, then California and finally to Wakefield. Wherever she has taught she has been influential in helping the children take the first great step of their lives from home to kindergarten. * * * A clever and amusing chro- Funerals Bessemer Briefs ;cai;iic;ia, aiiu icuitcu a w u c ni •-• . ... -,, «j^.,^»j j n •Building the Bridge for Him.' freeze ^ •*£"»«*£? £ the world that human spirt nev- showing what a dedicated teacher does and what is is that motivates her. Excerpts of his impress! v e MUSIC THURSDAY NIGHT — by Ihe — GALAXIES WHITE BIRCH INN "BESSEMER Pizca 8c Burger* Daily The Gift of Fashion! Ship 'n Shore BLOUSES You will find a large selection at Mae's Style Shoppe A lovely Gift for the graduate. S. Sophie St. Besiemer Phone 667-3711 er rests until it triumphs over prejudice, Ill-will, bigotry, privation and adversity. * * it American teachers bee o m e our greatest hope to prove anew the strength of our belief in human worth. He concluded, "We are gathered to honor three fellow-workers who through many years of dedicated service, contributed to the guiding, teaching, leading and encourag i n g of hundreds of youth who have passed through the portals of Wakefield schools and into the wide world to make their contribution. When they check in their books and other endless items in June, it will be to turn to a different phase of service. I am sure they will not be content to sit in a rocker all day. Builders that they are,. I am sure they won't completely withdraw, as they are part of the Infinite Plan." A tribute on behalf-of the st°fl to Mrs. Bordeaux for her many contributions to the profession during her 40 years of service was given Miss Grace Huston. Mrs Bordeau's first teach i n g appointment took her to North Dakota where she taught in a •Cjnon Along For Fun WithThe Most Heartofni Family Of The »Fred Kohlmar notation COLOR " r . l .t^,.! Fn**M «•« tM<M »! Sow*** [DWlNN-HenryKosler-HalKanler ••TM c«at*n CINEMASCOPE nology in verse depicting scenes from Mrs. Hyppa's life was composed and delivered by Mrs. Agnes Carr. In it, she paid homage to a colleague who has faithfully served her fam i ly, church and community. As a teacher of the intermedia t e grades, Mrs. Hyppa has enriched the lives of her students and provided them with the basis for rewarding and successful lives. Mrs. Gladys Leman, a life long friend of Mrs. Mildred Johnson, reminisced about some of their mutual experiences during their high school days. Mrs. Johnson returned to the high school from where she was graduated, to serve as librarian and has opened to many students new vistas of learning and pleasure by encouraging them in their reading. Mrs. Johnson, an industrious Eastern Star member and a devotee of birds, takes into her retirement years of a zest for these cor.tinuir.s interests. Mrs. Wilfred Wiita, president of the Wakefield Parent-Teacher Association, thanked the honored t.-est? for their many contribu- ons to Wr::-r;.~"d's educat i o n ystem and exrrsssed the hope lat their retirement y e a rs r ould be happy, healthy and cbn- ented ones. For the retiring teachers, Mrs. llsie Kleimola had composed ap- iropriate lyrics which were set familiary tunes and enthusi- stically sung by the group. * * * Mrs. Phyllis Schlecht accom- >anied on the piano by Mrs. Alert Goodney directed ,the community singing of "Through the Years With Song," beginning with "Good Morning to You," and grade school days and ending with "Happy Days Are Here Again," denoting the days ahead. Lauri Maki, president of the Michigan Education Associa- ion, served as toastmaster for he evening. On behalf of the professional group he expressed pride in the accomplishment of the three retirees and p r o- claimed them truly worthy of he title of teacher. Gifts of costume jewelry and bonds were presented to the re- iring members of the profession by H. B. Sutler, Wakefield High School principal. His close association with them made h i m particularly able to personalize each presentation with appropri- JOHN A. SWANSON WAKEFIELD — Funeral services for John August (Gust) Swanson, 86, of Presque Isle, who died Saturday, were he 1 d Tuesday afternoon in the Bethel Lutheran Church, Presque Isle, Wis., with the Rev. Clifford Bregge officiating. Burial was in the Presque Isle Cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank Barta, Clarence Childers, Milton Tice, Howard Peterson, D o r i n Retzloff and Gunder Larsen. Attending from out of town were Mrs. Emil Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Luppi n o, Iron Belt; Axel Moberg and Arnold Lugveil, Ironwood; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bjork and Mrs. Blake Phillips, Phillips, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Recla, Kenosha, Wis. TODAY! • EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 RONWOO THtAJRL Coming SATURDAY! THEIHl.UTTIUCnOIIOFAU.TIME H SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES! COLOR »Y OE LUXE SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT BOXOFFICE OPENS AT •Kin i 2:00 * 7:30 1:30*6:30 IRONWOOD TONIGHT! "Tony Curtte Natal to Wood Henry Fonda Lauren Bacall Mai Ferrer CoSUrrinf IESIIE MRRISHand EDWARD EVERETT HORTi TECHNICOLOR* Fnm WMMtt fROS. 3RTOW Screenplay b» ROBERT I.IIOU tnd NIRGUERIIE ROOMS Directed by PHU KARLSON I Still UTS PUNT lECHMCOlM* Pieswted by WIHB Mtt.| troducciltyWlUNIHMMII Swimming Party Held By Green Clover Club WAKEFIELD — The G r e en Clovers 4-H Club Held a swimming party Monday night at the Motor Lodge and had lunch at the Big Wheel Restaurant after swimming. The group presented a gift to Mrs. Vernard LaRose, the club leader. Other activities of the club included a Mother's Day party May 12 at the home of Barbara Halme. Tha recreation room was decorated with yellow and mint green crepe paper streamers. A small table had heart-shaped doilies in a circle around a decorated cake. On each doily was a corsage of artificial gardenias. After saying the 4-H Pledge, the club president, Kristine J u n 11 i la, gave a welcoma speech; the girls sang "Happy Mother's Day" and each one pinned a corsage on her mother's dress. They sang "Comin' Round the Mountain" for the mothers who could not attend the club's talent show. A skit, "My Square Lady," which the girls presented, was enjoyed by everyone. The members sang several songs while lunch was arranged by Mrs. Halme and Mrs. LaRose. The members had prepared the lunch themselves as part of their foods and nutrition project. All eight members of the club and their mothers were present. Gtoests were Sarah Halme ad Elizabeth LaRose. Guests from out of town who attended the Chovan-R o u k e nuptials Saturday included Mr and Mrs. Frank Ogle, Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Ippoli t e Ashland, and Mr. and Mrs. An drew Chovan, Gile. Jon Lindquist, acting presiden of the Bessemer Chamber o Commerce, informs that places of business in the city will remain closed Monday, May 31, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday, which falls on Sunday. St. Veronica's Court, W o men's Catholic Order of Foresters, will meet this evening at 7:30 instead of at 8 p.m. as scheduled. The meeting will be a business s e s s i o n in the. St. Sebast i an Church Hall. There will be no program or refreshment service. Memorial Day Program Opens With a Parade WAKEFIELD — A Memorial Day program will be held Monday, May 31. Dominic Valesano is officer of the day. Post commanders are Howard E. Kaerwer, American Legion, and bar- ry Skytta, Veterans of Foreign Wars. At 9:30 a.m. a parade will form at the Cloon Motor Building at the foot of Sunday Lake Street and proceed to the cemetery, where the following p r o- gram will be presented: "Star Spangled Ban n e r ," Wakefield High School Band, under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Schlect; Pledge of Allegiance, led by Valesano; invocation, th-i Rev. Charles Daniel; selection, high school band. Address, the Rev. Rudo 1 p h Kemppainen; decoration of the monuments, Mrs. Marga ret Kaerwer of the American Legion Auxiliary and Mrs. Jean Korpi of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary; selection, high school band. Prayer to the department com- rades and benediction, Fath e r Richard J. Ferrando Fraternity Initiate WAKEFIELD — Richard 1. Ferrando, .son of Mr. and Mri. Daniel; salute to the dead by the Legion and VFW Firing Squad, with Harry Lepinski In charge; Taps by the High School buglers. Albert Inkala and Will i a m ] James A. Ferrando, 601 Ashland Kuivinen are in charge of trans-iAve.. was initiated as a charter portation arrangements for'member of the Michigan Eta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsi 1 o n Social Fraternity on May 8. Gold Star Mothers. Corsages will be presented to the Gold Star Mothers by the Auxiliary presidents. In the event of rain the program will be held in the Wakefield School gymnasium. Dally Glob* classifieds gel '»sult» Michigan Eta is located at Michigan Technological Universi t y , Houghton. Richard Is presently a senior at Michigan Technological University, majoring in business administration. New! A TRUE ONE-COAT PAINT ACME QUALITY LATEX flat WoH FU4 Martin's Hardware 1 Sophie St. Benemer Phon* 863-4417 "All I said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'II eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters © A. T. Co. JWwf tf Jl&i.l&miru* WEEK-END Jllfjnui. SPECIALS! Live Iff UBllaraoiis.iSiJiM.er Fit Clothes, ActioiGaojos, Oitdoor Liviig Accessories! ate remarks. In addition to the Wakefild staff and their spouses, g u e sts present included several, w h 6 lad retired during the recent years, and their spouses. Included in this number were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Duffin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall, Mrs. Hazel Bedell, Mrs. Gladys Leman and Miss Alfie Windberg. Representing the Wakefield Board of Education were Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trezise, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Juntllla. The school physician, Dr. J. R. Franck and Mrs. Franck were also numbered among the guests. Ascension Day Service At Trinity Lutheran BESSEMER—The Trinity Lutheran Church will obserce Ascension Day in a special service Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The Board of Education will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday School will meet Saturday at 9:30 p.m. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Wakefield Briefs Dr. Walter Kukkonen will speak at a special service at the Sharon Lutheran Church in Bessemer tonight at 7:30 and members of the local churches are invited to attend. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing tonight - Thursday and Friday — Twice evenings at 6:40 and 8:20 ABOY^TENFEETTALL War Showing once evenings at 1:00 Seek the Sun .. .Swim in Fashion! Ladies BATHING SUITS 1 piece, 2 plec» and 2 pl«c« with the "Blouion" top ... In Orion, Wool Priced from and Jersey — «iz«t 32 to 44 5.95 ..10.95 Phone 224-MS1 402 Sunday Lake Wakeiiald 3 Dayt Only - Holiday-Tim* JAMAICA SETS Low Low Prices Aluminum Chairs ' 6-Web O 07 Style Z.T/ Aluminum Chaise 5.97 7-Web Slyle .. 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