Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 28, 1965 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1965. MONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TH«I HEADS OF CLASS—Jean Marie Anderson, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson, and Marlene M. Perttula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waino Perttula, have been chosen valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the 1965 graduating class at the Trout Creek High School. Miss Anderson has a scholastic index of 3.96 out of a possible 4.0 and. has earned 18 credits. Miss Perttula has a scholastic index of 3.42 and has earned 18 J /2 credits. Miss Anderson has participated in cheerleading, Pep Club, Student Council; has been class secretary for four years, homecoming court and prom court, was yearbook editor, a 4-H junior leader, and was Ontonagon County representative in the 4-H State Show at Lansing. She plans to enroll at Northern Michigan University to study math and accounting. She was awarded the State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. Miss Perttula has participated in 4-H, was a student council member, student council secretary, homecoming court, prom, Pep Club, and Annual staff. She has no definite plans. Daily Globe WANT ADS can help you buy and sell practically anything—easily, quickly and economically. TRADE your old cleaner now for new HOOVER Convenience! Now DIAL the power you need with the cleaner that's 30% more efficient on rugs... 2Vz times more power with tools. NEW HOOVER DIAIA-MATIC * Attach host at knee height. Convenient, fast. * Cleans rugs as only a Hoover can because it beats, as it sweeps, as it cleans. * King size throw-away bag completely enclosed. ONLY S 119 WITH TOOLS! HOOVER CANISTER CLEANERS like this new CONSTELLATION 36 start at NO DOWN PAYMENT! HOOVER WASHER- SPIN DRYER only 159 95 Fast! Compactl Portable! Efficient! See a demonstration now! BUY NOW! GET GUARANTEED TAX SAVINGS with JOHNSON'S TAX PROTECTION PLAN For details, set or call usl i nvM MUSIC srottf The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W CRANE iaraine wen MI engagement ring before the end of the semester just by using the "hot dog technique" in the realm of love. So be sure to scrapbobk this case. Even the ugly Bear on Beauty's love In the classical story of "Beauty and the Beast" for love develops just like food tastes! CASE W-405: Loraine Q., aged 20, is a lovely college coed. "But, Dr. Crane," she began, "I am a victim of unrequited love! "In fact, the boy I am crazy about doesn't even seem to know that I exist. Make a game out of this process of creating romance via definite psychological laws. Inflate your , companions ego, for the prouder you can make a boy feel about himself and his accomplishments, the more his delight will figuratively spill over upon you and paint you in more glowing colors. "I WANT TO FEEL IMPORTANT" is the magic formu 1 a that explains how to change a disinterested companion into an ardent sweetheart. Praise and compliments will inflate the boy's pride and make him feel important. Then tactfully arrange oth e r casual dates, all of which leave «r?h *»«.!« nn» r,f mv Ma« i a " &UT& ° f fU " afld J 0llV S 00<1 "Oh he u in one^of my class-I u together. (This is the i but he is so oreoccup i e d u -.» ^ r__i— t _...^ es but he is so preoccup with science that 1 wonder if he ever takes an interest in ro- j mance. "But I fell in love with hirri at first sight. So how could I| love6menu! hog dog technique). Ultimately, he will wake up to the fact that you are delicious as a companion. He will then hunger for you as preferred iever make him fall in love with jme?" HOT DOG So send for my 200-point Rat-j (Copyright by- The Hopkins i i ing Scale, "Test for Successful ANALOGY Sweethearts," enclosing a long I Yesterday I mentioned that il stamped, return envelope, plus | you offer a high chair baby a 20 cents. Use it as a blueprint! i first taste of hot dog, he may i ——I pucker up his mouth and spit it i. 'Always write to Dr. Cran- 0 Ut ; in care of this newspaper, enclo- Yet a few years later, when hej sin S a long stamped, address e d is a Cub Scout, he may regard j envelope and 20 cents to cover hot dogs as the supreme meat ^'"8 and Printing costs when delicacy on the menu. Why? if 011 . send for one ° f his Just, because in the interven-j Iets ' ing years, he has associated hot! (C .. dogs with hikes, outdoor romping ay™* 1 ^ 6 - ln c.) and freedom from apartment restraints. Hot dogs then have become the diffuse though subconscious reminders of many happy experiences, so all those jolly moods have become linked with the taste of the hot dog. As a result, the hot dog then seems delicious though he would have spewed it out of his mouth at the highchair stage. This is what we psychologists call the "law of conditioning." In recent years the term "brain- wasning" explains this situation. What Loraine must do is "brainwash" her classmate in a favorable manner and repeat it until she becomes a fused symbol of many happy experiences, jointly shared. Then the sight of her or even jthe sound of her voice on the {telephone will "trigger" a dif| fuse rush of emotions which I will make her seem "delicious." So 1 had her conspire with an- I other coed whose boy frie n d 1 knew this science student. | A double date was arranged. On the date, I had reminded Loraine to be a good listener, I gay, jolly and carefree. I Girls, don't try to get the boy's name on the "dotted line" too soon, for men sense such veiled sales pressure. You are then like a salesman I who if always "clsoing" in his i subtle tones and sales palaver. j So take a giddy, carefree atti- j tude. Don't . get too serious or i concerned about winning a hus- i band. Act casual! HONOR STUDENTS—Michael Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, has been named valedictorian of the 1965 graduating class of the White Pine High School. Miss Janine Helakoski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helakoski. has been selected as salutatorian. Michael earned a total of 21 Vis credits with a grade point average of 3.85. Miss Helakoski's grade point average was 3.84, and she earned 21 Va credits. Michael's extra-curricular activities included four years as a member of the basketball, baseball, track and volleyball teams, one year on the cross country team, class president as a freshman, vice president as a sophomore, participated in the junior and senior plays, and was a member of the Latin Club, student council and Annual staff. He was the 1964 prom king and has been an honor club student for four years. Miss Helakoski has also been active in many school functions. During her school years she was the co-editor of the school yearbook, was a varsity cheerleader for four years, student council member, a member of the Latin, French and Pep Clubs, was student librarian for two years, participated in the junior-senior plays, was an Honor Club student for four years, and participated in forensics and was chosen the 1965 homecoming queen. She has been awarded the Board of Control Scholarship at Michigan Tech, where she will major in French and English under the liberal arts program, other honor students include Douglas Kaartunen, William Lessels, Maureen Anderson. Donna Cole and Sandra Dix. Spring Festival Is Held Tuesday i WATERSMEET — A Spr i n g Festival was presented Tues-. | day evening in the C. E Rich- j ards gymnasium in the presence I 'of a large audience. Blossom sj and fresh cut flowers made a beautiful setting on the stage ' J The program opened with a ! selection by the saxophone quar-1 ! tet entitled Intermezzo by Biz- ; et Members of the quartet were 'Robert Zelinski. Linda Davis, Luanne Lloyd and Elizabeth Sorenson | Mrs. Alice Carlson's students modeled the clothing they have sewn during the year in the Home Economics Style Review which was followed by the 4-H Style Review. This was narrated by Ruby Martin with the pi- ano accompaniment of Linda Moilanen. The girls were .^escorted from the stage 6y Albert Britton, Arthur Hagen, David Kelly. Floyd May and James Zelinski. Betsy Thompson gave I speech. "The Heritage of W i m- pole Street," for which she recently won a Superior rating at the speech festival in Marquette. Bert Moline presented mem- jbers of his physical education <] classes in a demonstration of gymnastic accomplishme n t s 'such as tumbling, rope climta- ; ing. pyramids and scooter riding. Four dance numbers in tap and ballet were presented by the students of Mrs. Laaps Danci ing School of Land o'Lakes i The program closed with instrumental selections by the "Stumpjumpers." On disp 1 a y in the gymnasium were ma n y • wood working projects made by iMoline's manual art classes. Meals you'll remember... A pleasant drive, pleasant surroundings, and unforgettable food—steaks, chops, seafood, Italian speciatlies—make • for one of the range's most popular new places to dine out! DIAL MERCER 476-2168 FOR MEMORIAL DAY RESERVATIONS EL RANCHO 12 miles south of HurUy on Hi way SI County Launch Sites Listed | A recent Wisconsin count of I launch and landing sites for i boat owners and operators, lists a total of 1,293. The count is ! received through the cooperation of county clerks, chambers of commerce and the state conservation department. :' The following is a list of i public landings in Iron County. 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