Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 29, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, May 29, 1965
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SATURDAY, MAY 29,i°65. IftONWOOD OA'IY GLOBE. WCNWOOD. MICHIGAN THREE Harvest Festival Being Planned by Oma-Carey Club Plans are being made by the Oma-South Carey Communi t y Club to sponsor a Harvest Festival next Sept. 25 and 26 in cooperation with the Iron County iJolorama Days' which will run from Sept. 18 through Oct 17 Oliver Risku, general charman of the festival, reports that plans \ are being made for events to be held at the Oma ball park and 'he community building. • The club's plans are to start with festivities at noon Saturday, Sept. 25. with a tour of the colorful northwoods, followed by a turkey and chicken shoot. A preliminary horseshoe tournament is also planned for that evening, with the finals to be held on Sunday afternoon. The clubi hopes that, teams can be started! early in the summer so they will be ready for the Iron County Horeshoe Championship. j A beard growing contest isj planned and the winner will be chosen on Saturday aftern o o n, so that the contestants can be shaved, if they want to, for the j harvest dance planned for that! night. j The events planned for Sunday \ will start off agsin with a tour j followed by the cnampio n s hi p playoff of the horseshoe tournament. Plans also include a baseball game and log sawing contest for both the men and women using crosscut saws only. The Oma-South Carey H o m e- maker Club, the 4-H Club and 5- H Club will cooperate with the organization by planning lunch, refreshments and displays on the grounds and in the building. The committees have met several times already, with the next meeting to be held following the regular monthly meeting of the Oma - South Carey Community j Club on Wednesday, June 9. | The members of the commit- \ tees are as follows: ! Turkey shoot and beard g-row-j ing contest, Murdock Juntil-j la and August Holma: horseshoe tournament, Verner Thompson and Toivo Johnson; tours, Toivo Mattson and Van Enkkeli; log sawing contest, Paul and Leo Saari; ball game, Richard Kinnunen; women's games, Gertrude Wainio and Margaret RETIREES HONORED—Two retiring Hurley school teachers arid a high school custodian were honored Thursday evening at a banquet held in the cafeteria of the J. E. Murphy High School. The teachers were Mrs. Julia Kasten, third from left, instructor at the Saxon Grade School, and Alphonse J. Riccelli, high school teacher, fourth from right. The retiring custodian was Stanley Barto, second from left. Shown with the retiring personnel'are Hurley Board of Education Director John Taylor, left, and Supt. James Mezzano Jr., right. (Daily Globe Photo) Program Given By First Graders Barnes; dance, Oliver Risku; i WAKEFIELD — Mrs. Ella i Noll's first grade class gave a tourna-j program for the mothers Wed' nesday, at the MacDonald building. The program was planned around a typical day in first grade. The program began with the pledge to the flag, and the songs, "America" and a "Welcome Song," by all the children. "What Have We in Reading?" Jane Radowski, Kathy Grasso, Roberta Yon. Jane Skolasinski, Joyce Cormier and Terry Taa- vola. Songs, "Pussy Willow," "Spring Time" and "The .Toad." Speech rhymes, by all the children. "What We Have Done in Modern Mathematics" was illus-j trated with objects on the flan-j nel board, number lines and; counting men. The r h yt h m band pla y e d "Dance of the Honeybees" and "Parade of the Wooden Sol- iders" with James Trolla as the i director. 4-H Members Nominated for County Honors Each year 4-H leaders in Go geblc County nominate a few of their members for county honors In making this designation consideration is given to attitu d e and interest shown by the members at club meetings and activities. Efforts to do their best in project work, ability to get along with other people as well as quality of their accomplish m e n t s was considered. Miss Carolyn Crowell, county extension agent— home economics, announces members receiving county honors for the winter program are: Ironwood area—Wonder Workers, Candy Quiram: Homesteads 4-H, Debbie Carpenter, She r r y Solm; Section 12, Jonat h a n Oman; Erwin Community Club, Barbara Alexandroni, Donna Braspenick, Camille DalP r a , Terry Hantula, Patti Hoglund. Kay Kivi, John Kivi, Mark Luoma, Sue McRae, Myla Kivi; Sad- dle-lites Saddle Club, Robert Bolich, Dennis Cerioni, Susan Peterson; Roosevelt Clothing, Barbara Hautanen, Diane Begalle. Susan Estola, Christine Peterson, Shirley Aaunto, Diane Forslund, Molly McCauley, JoA n n Pavlovich, Debbie Slanzi. Nancy Jarvi, Judith Olson, Gail Wahlberg; Roosevelt Handicraft, Gary The science units taught were TOP STUDENTS—Margaret Obremski, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Obremski, 108 W. Coolidge Avenue, and Anne McGrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGrath, 241 W. Gogebic Street, are the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the 1965 St. Ambrose High School graduating class Miss Obremski has a 92.85 percent average and Miss McGrath has a 92.82 percent average. Both students pursued a college preparatory course which included four years of religion and English, three years of social studies and mathematics, two years of science, Latin and French, and one year of typing. In addition, Miss Obremski has completed four years in the band. She is also a member of Our Lady's Sodality and is co-editor of the school paper. Her other extra-curricular activities include Glee Club, bowling, class play, student librarian and Quill and Scroll. Miss Obremski received a State of Michigan Scholarship Award, and a tuition scholarship to St. Scholastica, Duluth. Miss McGrath, a member of St. Ambrose Parish, is a member of Our GIRL SCOUT COOKIE QUEENS—Pictured above are the Range Girl Scout Cookie Queen, Marylou Fisher, back row, center, and the other cookie queens of the various scout troops In the area. Each of the girls was presented with a gift. Mrs. E. R. Johnson performed the coronation and Kathy Skoviera carried the crown on a satin pillow. Left to right, the cookie queens are; front row, Mary Loreti, Jo Ellen Rowe, Debbie Lanctoe, Doris Hoglund, Lorraine Cabianca, Barbara Halme, Joan Homer: Kathy Skoviera; second row, Joanie Obremski. Mary Malmberg, Lynette Martin. Donna Mussatti; back row, Marsha Schwartz Joan Denocenti, Marcia Edwards, Sherry Powell, Queen Marylou, Debra Upton, Mary Fay Juneau. Sandra Falkowski and Cammie Lyons. (Range Photo Service Photo) Poca-i Falcons, Daniel Junttila: hantas. Barbara Trolla. j Marenisco—4-H Clover Club,, Sandra Natzke, Catherine Marce- j Ion, Penelope Ormes. Nancy. Ryskey; Lone Pine Stitchers, j Judith McKenzie, Mary Blodg-j ett, Sandra Taylor. Janet Wis-l her; Indianhead, Richard Aapo- la, Paul Arnestad. William Keast, Santini to Be on Education Panel Marquette — Areas of parti- I cular regional interest in t h e Robert Rutherford; 4 Leaf Clo-'field of higher education will be discussed in detail by h flri v . e j- 9." a ™ e s Fani »eid. oaii Rys- key, Bonnie Spencer; Knotheads. Luanne Lloyd, Linda Allen, Elizabeth Caudill, Ann Thompson, Maralee Koleski. Booster Shots Are Needed for Camp ONTONAGON — Girl Sco u t s. who are planning to attend Camp advertising, Risku, Mrs.Murdock' explained by Mrs. Noll. One uniti Lady's Sodality; of which she is prefect. She has participated in TiiMTilla r»>Trl H^n v»fr«i vnt 13 oi^viAc* **««f*»» ^ _."... - v .^_.- . _ ... . _ .. _ .. f: . . . Juntilla and Margaret Barnes. Anyone who has any ideas who would like to help work this festival, is welcome to contact any committee member of the project. j had been on i paration for RELIABLE Plumbing Fixtures and Workmanship is our motto. CALL } 932-0793 ... or 932-3030 A. EVAR ANDERSON & SON Mich. & Wis. licensed Master Plumbers machines. As pre- living in this machine age, the children had be- c o m e familiar with the basic concept of all machines. Illus-j trations were given of the six simple machines they had learned: wheel and axle, pulley, lever, inclined plane, wedge and screw. Spelling and writing b o o k's were explained to the parents For dramatization the children played "The Girls and B i 1 ly Goats Three," with the following characters: Narrator, Roberta Yon; girls, Shirley Harvey and Terry Taavola; Biilly goats, John Cappo, Daniel Shauger and Joseph Francesia; rabbit, Joyce Cormier; fox, Brian Milje- vich; honeybee, Kathy Grasso; choir, the class play, Glee Club, Quill and Scroll and the Saintinel staff. Miss McGrath received a State of Michigan Scholarship Award, and a full-tuition arid fees scholarship to Michigan Tech at Houghton. Both students are members of the National Honor Society. BEST HOUSE PAINT YOU CAM BUY! FAST. EASY BRUSHING UNIFORM COVERAGE TOUGH, DURABLE GIVES YEARS OF PROTECTION SWP IN SHIP HOUSE PAINT HOUSE PAINT FOR THE INTERIOR OF YOUR HOME . . . SUPER KEM-TONE You save time, work and money with new Super Kern-Tone. Most walls need only one coat with Super Kern-Tone paint, and it's guaranteed washable too. Hundreds of lovely colors. Iron County Lumber & Fuel Phone $61-3161 Hurley, Wit. singers, rest of the children. For gymnasium the children had • learned many rhythms, games and exercises. At the program the children perform e d three dances: "Little Partn e r Dance With Me," "I See You" and "Clap, Clap, Bow," announced by Kathy Doney. Closing song by the children. The kindergart e n child r e n were invited to the program. Special guest was Supt. Carl E. Kleimola. Mrs. Alberta Goodney taught and accompanied the music for the rhythm band and dances. Fia Hill and Elizabeth Ringsmuth assisted with the program. Pupils of Newport School Visit Farm On Tuesday, the kindergarten children of the Newport Sen o o 1 enjoyed a field trip to the Arvo Pollari Farm in North Bessemer. This trip climaxed • unit study about the farm in the classroom. The children enjoyed being on a real farm and seeing many different animals. Aiding the teacher, Mrs. Grace Lonsway, in supervising the children were Mr. and Mrs. George Semenak, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Nikolas Bergquist, John Federico and eighth grade students Joe Fertile, Milton Krznarich, Susan McRae, and Bonnie Jobe. A picnic was enjoyed by all around a nearby fishing pond, before returning to school. 5 Traffic Cases Heard at Hurley Two motorists were fined, one was jailed and two bail bonds were forfeited in this week's traffic session of Iron County Court at Hurley. Emil Wanatka, Manitowish Waters was fined $50, plus $3 costs, on a charge of failing to have his vehicle under control which resulted in extensive damage to the VanBuskirk Co-op Store, Highway 51, Oma. John R. Sola, Hurley, paid a fine ol $15 and costs of $5 for speeding on a motorcycle on Highway 77 in Gary Location. Victor Mattson, Ironwood, was jailed in the Iron County jail for failure to pay a fine on a charge of speeding on Highway 77 in Montreal. The following bail bonds were forfeited by Judge Arne H. Wicklund: Carl E. Makela, Ironwood, $18, for speeding on Highway 77 in Montreal. Conrad Ostby, Bessemer, $16 for parking on the sidewalk on Silver St. in Hurley. ) Tv,o of the arrests were made 1 by the state traffic officer, two i by the county traffic officer and • one by Hurley police. Kinnunen, Joseph Pisco. Bru c e Phil- all o, Larry Gregory, Paul N i e m i , Robert Olson, William Dahlbacka, Paul Kinnunen, Ray Nurmi, Richard Slade; Sleight Photo, Mary Jean Fredrickson, Diane Gorill, David Lucas. Anvil Location—Anvil Hilltop, Linda Jezek, Frances Marc z a k Bonita Vukusich, Gale Vukusich. Bessemer Township— Harding Community, Kathy Jacobson, Le- Timber Trial this summer, are Roy Jacobson, Ronald Jansson, reminded that they should get Roselyn Jansson, Dan Martinson, their free tetanus booster shots Wakefield area — Clever Clo-1 at the health clinic at the vers, Mary Jo Bloomquist, Mary j courthouse June 2. The tetanus Rolando, Fia Hill; Wakef i e 1 d] booster shot is required of all High School Conservation, D a n-i g i r 1 s going to Camp Timb e r iel Hendrickson, John Berg a, Trail. James Franck, Dennis Forney, Gordon Miskovich; Prima Don- D^«nki;**.«.«.' r*U«...«.«. na's, Connie Bloomquist, Roberta Republicans Charge Kauranen, Brenda Luoma, Mary Niemi, Bonnie Seppa; Snappy Workers, Vicki Salo; Busy Fingers, Valerie Stempihar, Nancy Stempihar, Judy Negrl, Cheryl Bessen; Green Clovers, Barbara Halme, Barbara Negri, Kristine Junttila. Diane LaRose; 4-H Future Debs, Linda Cudahy, De-j nise Johnson, Karen Junttila, I Gloria Olejniczak, Bernade 11 e; Olejniczak; Central Stars, Adele Backlund, Kathy Orlich; Lucky Cloverettes, Mary Beth Bonel 1 o Jullann Franck, Michele Miheve; Peppy Ten, Mathew Jarvi; Indi- anhead, Mary Jane Ahola, Melita Juopperi; Junior 4-H, Domicella Finco, Susan Halberg, Lucia Finco; Knit N' Stitch, Renee Dillon, Arlene Potter; Sno Parade to Be Sunday at 2 ONTONAGON — Commander Geoi'fiT A. Johnson of the Veterans of Foreign Wars announced that the Memorial Day parade will start at the high school Sun day afternoon at 2. The plan of march is from the hif. 1 :)! school to the State Highway to i Bridge where services for those lost at sea will be held; then return down River Street to the for members of the Citizens Committee f o r Higher Education at an U p p er Peninsula regional meeting be held Tuesday, June 1, at Nort.hern Michigan University. Meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Building lawn Lake Ontario and Lake Michigan services. Buses will then rooms of the Don H. Bottum University Center, the group j also will review highlights of the ( 190-page committee report r e leased in March on its two-year study and findings of higher education needs in Michigan. The public is invited to attend of Denied by Clevenger Congressman Raymond F. Clevenger (D-Mich) has denied the charges of the llth District Republican Association that he has been given free air trav e 1 tickers for his many trips to the district. April Hatch of Chicks Is Lowest on Record LANSING (AP) — Michigan commercial hatcheries produced 2.01 million chicks in April, 20 per cent below last year, 23 per cent below average and the lowest April hatch on record, reports the Federal- State Crop Reporting Service. throughout the state by the committee, which was appointed in 1963 by Governor Romney. Dr. Edgar L. Harden, NMU president, is chairman in charge of arrangements for the June 1 meeting. The statewide meetings have been organized by Alvin M. Bentley, Owosso, chairman of the committee's study group on financing higher education. I Also participating in the one- hour program, which will be, followed by discussion and T '• question and answer period, will! be three U. P. members of the I Citizens Committee on Higher) Education, Mrs. S. James Bes- j solo, Negaunee; Ivan B r o w n. j Iron Mountain; and C h a r les ! SanUni, Ironwood; and Myrton Riggs, editor and publisher of; the Cheboygan Daily Tribune, \ and Charles Boyer, Manistee. the firing squads and members of the clergy to the Riverside, Green, Catholic and Evergreen cemeteries. Marching organization will in- cludp the senior and junior school bands. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Fore i g n rnminrtprl i Wars members and the Ameri conducted ^ Legion Go , d gtar Motners will also be in the parade. In general, critics agree that the "fine arts" include painting, drawing, sculpture, music, drama, poetry and dancing. For USE DAILY GLOBE; WANT ADS WALL TILES BENNETT FLOORS Dependoble Quality for 'Real Economy W. Aurora Di. 932-3676 T. Cossi Is Member Of Advisory Council Tony Cossi of Ironwood is one of the 35 Upper Peninsula citizens who comprise the newly organized Advisory Council to the practical nursing education program of Northern Michigan University, Marquette. The purpose of the cou n c i I, which recently held its first meeting at the Don H. Bott um University Center at Marquette is to advise educators regarding the practical nursing curriculum, IN WARM AIR HEATING MORE FAMILIES BUY LENNOX THAN ANY OTHfR MAKI Stilwill Heating Company 328 E. 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