Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 2, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, June 2, 1965
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TWElVf 1RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2.IMS. 129 Hurley High School Seniors Graduate Friday Members of Hurley High School's largest graduating class In at least 24 years will receive diplomas during the school's 71st j annual commencement program' Friday evening in the J. E. Murphy Gymnasium. Principal Roland VanSlyke reports that diplomas will be presented to 129 seniors. The number of graduates compares with 38 last year, 87 in 1963, 98 in 1962, 123 in 1961, 120 in 1960 and 115 in 1959. Friday's commencement exercises will open with the traditional processional at 7:15 p.m.,|didafe to receive a bachelor of DEGREE CANDIDATE —Patrick F. Monette, son of Mrs. Lempi Monette, Mass, is a can- followed by the program in the gymnasium at 8. "Michael Verich, assistant superintendent of schools at Superior, will deliver the commencement address. Two seniors. Karen Saari and Douglas Collins, also will speak. The diplomas •will be presented by John Taylor, director Education. of the Board of * * * Members of this year's graduating class are: Carol Abelson, Margaret Abraham, Mary Lou A i m o n e, Gene Alexander, Karen A 11 e n, Linda Anderson, Marie Baldovin, Denys Baribeau, Barbara Barto, Kathryn Bino, Mary Kay Borowiec, Wallace Bowe rs, Sharon Brack, Dennis B r u n eau, Jerry Brunell, Greg Bugni, Sandra Bugni, Rosemarie C a 1- ligaro, Kathleen Calvin, George Camponeschi, John Carlo Sandra Carli, Paul Castagna, Joanne Ciotti, Jan Cirilli, Douglas Collins, Wayne Coxey. Colleen DaPra, Bonnie Darin, Dianne DeCarlo, Daniel DeRiz- zo, Marilyn DeZur, John Ehnbom, Kathleen Endrizzi, S u san Erickson, Carolyn Fafford, William Ferrari, Mary Lou Flateau, Douglas Forslund, Jerel Gasbarri, Henry Gilbertson, Evelyn Gormley, Michael Grasso, Jo Ann Gulan. Paulette H annul a, Sandra Hanson, Barry Hautala, John Herrala, Julann Hoeft, Rickey Holm, Cheryl Huotari, .Nancy Jackson, Linda Johnson, Mary Jo Johnson, Alan Kangas, Patricia Kangas, Darryl Rasper, Marvin Kellerman, Ilona Krankkala, James Krit, Nancy Laajala, Ronald Lake, Angeline Leitza, Anthony Leitza, Michael Levra, Henry Lindberg, Sheldon Luoma, William Luoma. * * * Michael MarkowsM, John Massoglia, Terry Massoglia, Robert Mattson, Dennis Maxinoski, Larry Mezano, Frank Miles, Gary Miller, Glenn Miller, Davdi Morello, Virginia Morris, James Morzenti, Linda Nasl, Norene Nasi. Kathleen Noon a n, Joan Norman, Dana Nygard, Kathryn N y g a r d, Kathleen O'Leary. Yvonne Peltonen, Richard Perlberg, Richard Peterson, Rodney Peterson, Sandra Peterson, Carolynne Pluteau, Charlotte Powell, Donald Prosek, Eugene Prosek, Jo Pud as, David Rigoni, Elizabeth Rostollan, Connie Saari, Doris Saari, Karen Saari, Christine Saarnio, Sally Sands, Patricia Sargent, David Schimke, Jon Schlasis, Leo Secor. John Sicchio, Kenneth Siirlla, Cheryl Sorrels, Wendy Stephani, Roberta Stever, Deanna Strick, Alfred Studden, Carol 8 u n e 11, Donna Taraboi, Jean Tarro, Carol Thomas, Joan Thompson, Linda Tiradani, John Traczyk, Sandra Tuominen, Rebecca Van- derschaegen, Rita VanOuwer- kerk, Peggy Young, Connie Zan- science degree, majoring in economics, from Northern Michigan University, Marquette. He will receive his degree at graduation exercises Sunday, June 13. Patrick, a 1961 graduate of Mass High School, attended Suomi. College, Hancock, for two years. While at Suomi he was active in the Dramatics Club. He transferred to NMU from Suomi. At Northern he was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, a national economics fraternity. During the past year he has also been an active member of Phi- Kappa Tau, in which he served as chaplain and pledge master. Monette expects to be swimming instructor for the Mass area this summer and will teach in the elementary schools at Flushing in the fall. (Lemon Studio Photo) Picnic-Bazaar To Be June 27 Preparations are being made by the Hurley Knights of Columbus Council for the St. Mary Parish picnic-bazaar it will sponsor on Sunday, June 27. Arthur Zanella, c6-chairman of the bazaar committee, reports that all committees are functioning and that this year's event should be a "big and gala affair." Parcel post packages are coming in from all over the country. Packages have been received from such celebrities as Art Linkletter, members of the Kennedy family, Gpv. Warren Knowles of Wisconsin, various senators and congressmen and many others. A lunch stand and refreshments booth again will be i n operation on the grounds and a fish pond and various games will be set up. A barbecued pig will be prepared by chef James Francis. Numerous prizes, including a 1958 car loaded with groceries; a mink stole, picnic tables, table lamps, government bonds and a huge mirror will be awarded. Tickets for the event are being sold by all K-C members The public is invited to attend Day in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, June 2 the 153rd day of 1965. There are 212 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1886, the first presidential wedding was sol emnized in the White House Miss Frances Folsom of Buf falo, N.Y., became the bride o: ella, Deanna Zell. Zanella, David C. Lundquist Off ice Head ONTONAGON — Carl R. Lundquist has assumed his duties as business office manager of the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Lundquist was born at Mellen, Wis. After graduation from high school he was appointed foreman at the Keil Wooden Ware Company at Mellen. He left this position to attend Wausau Business College from which he graduated. Lundquist was called into active service and received special training on the Army Finance School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. During his tour of duty he served in the Army Air Force Finance branch and attained the rank of master sergeant. In 1940 he was appointed manager of Krohn Machin e r y In Ontonagon and continued to work there until he took his new position at the hospital. Lundquist resides on Lakeshore Road, Ontonagon, with his wife and two children, David and Roberta. President Grover On this date In 1851, Maine Cleveland, became the first prohibition state in the un ion. In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge signed the income tax bill. In 1940, the British announced that four-fifths of their expedi tionary force had been evacuat ed from Dunkerque. In 1941, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, conferred a Brenner Pass. In 1953, Queen Elizabeth II Westminister was crowned in Abbey. Ten years ago—High officials of the Soviet Union ended a six day conference in Belgrade aimed at ending seven years o strained relations between Mos cow and Yugoslavia's Marsha Tito. Five years ago— The South east Asia Treaty Organization Council of Ministers issued a communique in Washington re porting intensification of Com munist subversion in Southeas Asia. One year ago— Lai Bahadu 10 European Hostages Are Speared to Death LEOPOLDVILLE (AP) — Ten European hostages were found speared to death in the northern Congo, military sources in Leo- oldville said today. The bodies were found by mercenary troops driving to wipe out the last rebel resistance in tne But* area, 1 Shastri was Jawaharlal named Nehru minister of India. to succeec as prim Robert H. Link, a scoutmas ter of Rochester, N. 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