Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN RECEIVE AWARDS—The recipients of the Women's League Outstanding Students Award for service to the Gogebic Community college during the 1964-65 school year were Christine Olgren and Roger Bennetts. College Director Jacob A. Solin is shown presenting the awards. This year's activities were held May 18 at the Chisholm Building, and were the seventh in the history of the college. Miss Olgren. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olgren. 881 Sunset Road, is a medical tecnology major who \vill graduate June 2. She plans to transfer to Northern Michigan University. Marquette. Bennetts is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennetts 500 E Sellar Street. Bessemer, a freshman educa- tior major. The names of the two students will be inscribed on the awards plaque which was first presented by the Women's League in 1959. Of the 14 recipients, three received the award as freshmen, the remainder were sophomores. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1965. Jamie shows the dangers that occur at the dinner table. For a child's food preferences can be altered for life by just one unpleasant table episoc-j. Beware! And scrapbook this case, for it shows that all of our food preferences must be linked with the infant's original inherited liking for sugar! aged • daddy irate. Last night, Jam i e ! splattered spinach all over his' , daddy's white shirt. ' ' "So his daddy decided to , MAKE him eat the spinach. But I Jamie screamed and choked. | "Today he then made a scene j even when I tried to put a little i spinach on his plate. He hates I it, now! ' '"How can parents make the i r children like new oods?' FOOD PSYCHOLOGY At birth, babies have no innate or inborn fondness for ANY CASE W-403: Jamie J., 1V2, is a table problem. "Dr. Crane," his worred mother began, "how can I get Jamie to like new foods. . . "Regardless of what I offer food ' exce P t su e ar him, if he has never tasted it So all of our later appeti t e s before, he puckers up his mouth m "st indirectly be tied-in to and may spit it out. that original inherited like for] his sugar! j I Here's how it occurs: the baby is usually fed by its own mother, either via the breast or from the bottle. So the mother becomes linked with the sweet milk. Incidental-: ly, cow's milk is not as sweet as < CLEVELAND (AP) — Great;human milk, which is why we Lakes shipments of iron ore.' add extra sugar to the infant's coal and grain during the first; formula for bottle feeding. four months of this year were;" isn:t verv lo "£ "» tne babv more than two million tons[ lin ^ mamma with the sweet under a year ago, the Lake * m ji*' >. , ..,., „. Carriers Association said Mon-| Tne ? become almost like S i a- day. The drop was due to the m * se tw l ns in lts * ye *.- ice-retarded opening of the s ° pn ' ^ h f, ve , ry «W of lts shipping season this spring. mother-will make the infanti Total net tons of the three! S1 ™, le andj:oo. i major bulk cargoes shipped dur-i. T1 \ e ™ tl l? r "delighted, thinking 1965.to May 1 was 9,846.342.1 ing .. the. baby loves he.r. 'Then that may make Lake Cargoes Are Under'64 compared with 11,988,663 in the same period in 1964.' All three commodities were less than a year ago:, iron. ore.at .3,24.6.171 against 4,434,885; coal 5,170,175 against 5,379,821: and grain 1,429,996 against 2,173,957. Actually,, the baby simply views her as a glorified sugar! cube, for isn't she always the either Meetings Are Held by St. Paul's Circles Of St. the infant also links its' father as well as its m o t h e r, with its delight in sugar. Brothers and sisters also become included, but all of them are associated indirectly with from the sweet milk! Finally, the baby is ready for MASS — The circles Paul Lutheran Church met in new foods, including such items the various homes. There was as pablum, orange juice and group singing, followed by Scrip-: later even spinach, hot dogs, • ture readings and prayers. A : friend chicken, etc. special Mother's Day reading' Remember, children don't like j was presented at each meeting i any food unless it ties in with > and Bible study was conducted. I their inner feeling of delight,; The gypsy basket project w a s ! happiness, pleasure! completed for each circle. The I No new food will ever taste i thank offering was taken and I good until their inner del i g h t the prayer was given by the de- zooms to the overflowing point votional chairman, -and thus "Spills over," as it Pains were made for the serv- j were, on the strange menu item, ing of the congregational dinner j To get a child to enjoy spin- and a wedding reception. Roll! ach or other new foods, see that call was answered with a Bible he is in a very happy mood, : verse. . • Lunch was served by the hostess and Mrs. Kinnunen was welcomed as a- new member of the f ego with praise Sara Circle. Mrs. Elliott was a Club technique), guest at the Sara Circle me.e.ting. at the Monette home. coonig or laughing: Then slip him the first spoonful, meanwhile building up hisi (Compliment Don't overdo this first con- ! I tact! One or two bites are : A recent inspection of the Ma- j enou i h that first time. pie Grove Cemetery by several i But on Mure occasions, keep members of the Cemetery As-' u P tne J° n y mootl and soon his sociation revealed after-wint'e r' inner happiness will spill over conditions were much worse upon, the new food until it fi- than in the a v e r a g e nallv seems delicious, spring. Numerous graves i Cub Scouts seldom care . for had sunken to a considera b 1 e i T-bone steak or fried chicken at depth, many to a lesser degree: I fanc y restaurants. All they want moles and field mice had tunnel-' are not dogs or hamburgers, ed throughout the old section;!Why? ; dead branches littered the area i Because hot dogs hav ebe e n of the trees; the usual flowers i glamorized via picnics, hikes, and faded wreaths were scattered about, and other debris littered the place. The grounds were quite thoroughly dried out, outdoor freedom from city apartment restraints, etc. If a child is forcibly fed while angry, .its ire will attach to the association president, no t e d that many of the local residents make no effort to t a k e care of their lots and others do a poor Job of cleaning, failing to remove leaves and other debris. He said, "The cemetery is ideally situated and with a little help from everyone it can easily Become one of the most beau- tjful burial ploti in the Upper Peninsula." Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ojan e n its life! Beware! permitting immediate ciean-up! n ^ w food .and maybe persist all operations for those who wished'" '"' ' ' to get an early start, it was suggested that those whose'' lo t s need'filling should haul in earth that will promote growth of grass better than the surp 1 u s coarse gravel left over from grave digging. Nick Lukkar i 1 a (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins! Syndicate, Inc.) A Daily Thought Deck yourself with majesty and dignity; clothe yourself with; glory and splendor.—Job 40:10. There is a healthful hardiness about real dignity that nev e r returned from Livon i a , i dreads contact and commun- they spent the winter j ion with others, however humble.—Washington Irving. j Closed MEMORIAL DAY (MONDAY MAY 31) Tuesday thru Saturday 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Sundays 9 O.HI.-6 p.m. * STEAK SALE Red Owl Insured Lean Beef HOLIDAY FOOD FUN STARTS at RED OWL (... because the prices are so low!) Get everything you'll need-from Red Owl Insured Holiday meats to fresh fruit, beverages, baked treats and aJN your holiday outing supplies at your friendly Red Owl" Food Store! GROUND CHUCK USDA CHOICE U.S. CHOICE RED OWL INSURED, BLADE CUTS. CHDCK STEAK Fresh, lean •25 < Ib. Fresh 4* tft FRYER LEGS •» Thighs 39 49 FRYER BREASTS Ib Ib « Col. COM. 5-Z9 TOM THUMB FROZEN-FOR INDOOR OR OUTDOOR GRILLING Steakettes 23-OZ. PKG. ARMOUR STAR-BONELESS, READY-TO-EAT Canned Hams . *3 49 FARMDALE, SKINLESS, ALL MEAT Wieners .^.49* o ••a- u T- BONES Walter Meyer's Skinless ^^ WIENERS 2 VAN CAMP'S—IN TOMATO SAUCE PORK AND BEANS.. 6 PICT RIPE IRREGULAR PEAR HALVES 4 l-LB. 5-OZ. CANS l-LB. 13-OZ. CANS PICT RIPE ELBERTA, IRREGULAR; (PEACH HALVES 4 Ib. * Red Owl HAMBURGER BUNS RED OWL FROZEN (6 FLAVORS) CREAM 14-OZ. SIZE CREST PAK MIXED NUTS REG.. PINK OR LOW CAL. COASTAL, FROZEN CONCENTRATE • LEMONADE 60Z. CANS BRIMFULL CARBONATED. ASSORTED Beverages..12 RED OWL POTATO CHIPS '12 IN. WIDTH, ALUMINUM REYNOLDS WRAP pkg. of 12 29 BAKERY DEPT * Home Style COFFEE CAKES RED OWL COUPON This Coupon Good for 100 S ft H Green Stamps with purchase of 3-lb. or mort pkg. of Red Owl Insured GROUND BEEF Limit—On* Coupon Per Customer Expires Saturday, May 29, 196S 15 oz. 45 Get your FREE copy of ths New S & H Green Stampcatalogonyour next visit to Red Owl. Sno White MARSHMALLOWS SWEET, JUICY, RED-RIPE - 20 LB. 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