Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 27, 1965 · Page 7
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I THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SfVM The Doctor Says 8y W. O. BRANDSTADT. M. D. , Ind of Three Related Articles Love may make the world go around but where would we be without vitamins? We would be in a bad way, as anyone who has had a n y of the vita m i n- deficiency diseases can tell you Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is the vitamin that is found in citr u s Cruits, berries, tomatoes, c a b- bage and other green vegetables. It is essential for healthy teeth, gums, bones and blood vessels. A deficiency of this vitamin causes scurvy, a disease which clauses the gums to bleed and Become sore. Unless it is promptly treated, the teeth become loose and are lost. The sk i n becomes red and dry and small hemorrhages in the skin result in black and blue spots. The bone s become weakened and when they break they do not heal. Before vitamins were known, It was discovered in the British navy that sucking limes prevented scurvy and British seamen 'nave been called limeys ever Vitamin C is water-solu- it, calcium and phosphorus are not used by the body. It is found in fortified milk, cold liver oil and egg yolk. The body also makes its own supply when the skin is exposed to sunlight. This vitamin is expecally important in children to prevent rickets, manifested chiefly by bow i n g of the legs. Since this is a fat- soluble vitamin like vitamin A, it can be stored in the liver. Too large a dose can cause poisoning which is characterized by loss of appetite, weakness, pep- lessness, constipation and vomiting. Vitamin K is found in leafy vegetables. The bacteria normal to the intestinal tract also manufacture it for us as a public service. It is necessary for normal clotting of the blood, hence it is sometimes used to check hemmorrhage. There are several other vitamins of lesser importance, or the importance of which has not yet been fully determined. One of these—vitamin E—will be the subject of tomorrow's column. ole and so no poisoning occurs vhen large amounts are taken. \s with all water-soltible vita- nins, it is not stored in the oody, so you must get some of t every day. Vitamin D is necessary for ;trong teeth and bones. Without Bergland Slates Service Sunday BEROLAND— The baccalaureate ceremony for the class of 1965 of Bergland High School will be held on Sunday, May 30, at 7:30 p.m., in the school gymnasium. The main speaker will be the Rev. George A. Pernaski, pastor of St. Ann's Catholic Church of Bergland. Supt. Edwin L. Carl son will preside. The proces s i o n a 1 will be played by the Bergland High School band, and the invocation given by Rev. Mr. Parnaski. A musical selection, "God of! Our Fathers" by Noble Cain, will be given by Fr. Pernaski After the sermon, the musical selection "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," by Meredith Wilson, will be sung by the chorus. A benediction will then be given by Fr. Pernaski, closing the ceremony. The Bergland High School band and chorus will be under the direction of Miss Ruth Pot- ami. Club Gives $15 To Ski Project USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS Fall Colorama Tour, gave a resume of his committee plans. Co-i chairmen are Leo Saari, Paul; S a a r i and August H o I m a. i The ski-flying film" presented Horse-shoe contest chairm e n; by Earl Minkin at the O m a' are Verner Thompson and Toivo! Community Club meeting was'Matson; turkey shoot, Juntilla ; enjoyed by a representative and Van Enkkeli. Gertrude Wai-, group. Fifteen dollars were don-! nio, Margaret Barns and Regina' ated toward the Copper Peak; Juntilla will supervise the worn- Ski project. i en's activities, representing the Murdock Juntilla reported on!Community Club, the progress of the Pine Lake; Richard Kinnunen. chalrm a n, Program, noting that conserva-! and Walter Sorvart will get a tion and engineering agenc i e s line-up for a softball league, have given landscaping, lake) Tentative plans were made for frontage and boat landing plans. I a bonfire dance to be held the The Carey-Oma 4-H Club boys latter part of July, assisted with the park tables. ' The next meeting will be held Oliver Risku, chairman of the' June 10. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Featuring our fabulous ITALIAN FOODS Your choice of ravioli, gnocchi, ho-maele noodles or chicken cacciatore—only $1.50 including salad. LIBERTY BELL CHALET In Hurley Dally Globe cUMlflecl* ««1 Among the Wabena of Tanganyika, pottery making is a pleasant social activity. 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He will receive an associate in engineering degree at the commencement exercises to be held Wednesday, June 2. A bachelor of science degree in civil engineering is Nopola's objective at Michigan State. The scholarship is a tuition scholarship renewable for a second year upon satisfactory completion of the initial year. Do these fix-up jobs yourself SETTING IAMP POST! SETTING REPAIRING StTTINO S«"»BE CAN PATCHINC MAILBOX SIDEWALK FENCt POMS PLATFORM WALLS CCD Retreat Is Planned Plans for the first in a series j of retreats to aid lay religion teachers have been announced by the Rev. Howard J. Brown, of Marquette, Diocesan director of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine of the Catho 1 i c diocese of Marquette. The first "CCD" retreat will be preached by Father Charles Carmody, formerly of the Marquette Diocese and now teaching at Loyola University in Chicago. The Bible will be the theme of this retreat. The retreat will be unique in that while it is for the spiritual formation of the teachers and other interested persons who attend, there w i 11 be suppleme n t a r y conferences on the teaching of the Bible to children. This will be held from June 4 to 6. This retreat will be held at the dioc e s a n retreat h o u se in Garden, Michigan. The pastors of the Diocese of Marquette have all the information concerning registration for these retreats. Fr. Brown, recently appointed Diocesan Director, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown of Bessemer. In Ironwood F. J. Hager Lumber Co. In Hurley Erspamer Lumber Co. Iron County Lumber Co. In Bessemer Steiger Building Supply Co. Lindberg Lumber Co. College Trustees Study Inclusion of County BENTON HARBOR (AP) — Trustees of Lake Michigan College here, have agreed to study inclusion of neighboring Van Buren County in its program. 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