Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 27, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 6

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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SIX IRONWOOD DAflY GLOBE. IRCNWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965. Moren/sco Hos Sunday MARENISCO — Baccalaureate erv ices for the Marenisco .ligh School Class of 1965 will ic held in the school auditor- am on Sunday. May 30. at 7:30 i.m. The invocation, benediction. >nd main address will be given by the Rev. Dale w. Hoffschnei- ! der, of St. Luke's Lut h e r a n Church. Ironwood. Two select ions, "B a 11 le Hymn" and "The Exodus Song," will be sung by the high school chorus, under the direction of Donald Stand. The services are open to the public and everyone is invited. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: I enjoyed well as hers. These ,women install a jack-type phone which can be plugged out, or a bell control which will shut off the bell at the flick of a lever. The cost 1 is nominal, compared to what a night's sleep Is worth to a family. Ann Landers will be glad to Junior-Senior Banquet Held At Marenisco MARENISCO — The Marenisco junior-senior banquet was Illegally manufactured I r ish whisky is known as poteen. & . uu ^ . .. _. „.„.„ ., „ „„ „. ..„ your definition of "class." And should not have had children of help you with your problems. h , Thursday, -May 20, at the -re o « thls |high school, beginning at 8:30 now will you please give us an- course, but they did have them j Send them to her in care of this other definition? What is charm i and a program of separation anyway?—Mg ! must be worked out. DearMg: Charm walks on art Dear An/jJnde'rs: My hus- gum soles It is gentle. But it band - s boss is tne most * rop --"- a wallop like a bag of wet Collrteo u s , and soft-spoken per' son in the world—when he is so- is a magical quality, her. when he gets drunk (which that defrosts, disarms, delights is about once a week) he is pro- and fascinates. It is not a sud- fane, vulgar and rude, and he j den attack of sweetness that can > loves to call people and talk on ; be turned off and on like a fau- the telephone regardless of the I cet. It is woven into the fabric of ' ; the personality like a silver cement. Charm hour. Last night at 2:00 A.M. newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1966, Field Enterprises. Inc. You may want to try some of the butter-type cake recipes using sour cream because the cream usually adds a rich, moist quality. with a turkey dinner. A "Viva La France' motif was the theme setting used in the table appointments. Derald Whitley Jr. was toastmaster, with Judy orivicich say- Ing the table grace. Welco m e was'glven by John Zorlch, and iLorraine Cox giving the response. Carl Kleimola, superintendent of | Wakefield Schools, was g u est speaker. Dedication of the Milltown Log annual was made by David Grudnoski. ,The tribute was given by Rudy Ryskey Jr., and the farewell address by Henry Aapola. Entertainment was provi ti e d by the junior class members. Among the 60 guests pres e n t were members of the junior and senior classes, faculty, board of education members, wives of husbands, and the school custodians. The 8t Catherine Altar Society and girls of the 9th and 10th grade served the banquet. Hymnals Given To 3 Seniors BEROLAND — George Brown, Bruce Crossing, was guest speaker at the Methodist Church recently. During the services personalized hymnals were presented to Connie Anderson, Olenna Paro and Gary' 8Ion- shine, members of this year's senior class of Bergland . High School. The presentation was made by Thurc Anderson Jr., representing the Men's Society of the church. USE DAILY OLOBB WANT-ADS on new, big-capacity U)kiii£poo€ REFRIGERATORS $100 for Your Old Refrigerator No Matter What Condition MODEL ELT14S 14.2 Cubic Foot Capacity No-Frost refrigerator- Troublesome frost never builds up in refrigerator. Freezer holds 105-lbs. at "zero-degrees." Slide - Out Meat Pan. Bushel-size twin crispers. Million - Magnet doors. ; thread. It glistens. It shines and, ca ]ied from a bar and sang two it wears well. For months. For! choruses of "Wait 'Til the Sun! years. Forever Shines Nellie." He then put a! * o ^ few buddies on the line—men he: Dear Ann Landers: I married would not have been caught i at 25 and I've had three chil- dead with if he had been sober, dren in the last five years. I; They sang some dirty songs worked through all my pregnan- i my husband recognized from cies but I'm not complaining be-i the army, cause I fell very good the We resent having our sleep t ; whole time. iThe last baby was ; broken up this way, especially on j almost born in the store.) Saturday night because we likej i I want to quit work but my to K° to earl .V mass on Sunday.' ; husband says we can't make it Mv husband is afraid to talk to, on one check and it's unfair of tne Doss about tnj s for obvious] me to put the whole burden on reasons. I think he should. | ;him. 'Please give us some advice.— ! ; For the past two months I have BLOODSHOT EYES j ; kept a penny by penny record of Dear Eyes: Mentioning thisi i what I have spent because I am to the boss won't accomplish a working. After I paid the house- j thing. Telephone drunks are in- j keeper, added up the taxis, lunch-: curable—unless they go off t h e i es, buses, income tax on my I sauce. j salary, payroll deductions and The telephone company can j the salary for nurse w h e n . ~ my youngest child was sick, I : I cleared an average of $72 a I month. This does not include the! j cost of clothes I need because I ' \ work downtown. i i Am I being unfair to my husband? What shall I do?—HASSLING WITH MY CONSCIENCE Ted Ellos Appliances EASY 1UDGET TERMS Dear Hassling: Quit. Your young family needs you more than you need the $72 a month. , Mothers of pre-school children belong at home unless there is a good reason why they must go' I out and work. The only valid rea-' I sons are ' j fa) There is no other taread- j winner in the family. ! fb) A doctor has told the ; mother her kids are driving her i nuts and she must get away 1 from the house fo r their good as i GIFTS -6*n 4 CRADS aw/tew/ MICHAELS' LINENS-GIFTS-JEWELRY IMS. 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