Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 21, 1965 · Page 17
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 17

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 21, 1965
Page 17
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN IHREE Water Service To Park Area Is Authorized ONTONAOON - At the meeting of the Ontonasjon Village Council a discussion was held on the Village Park trea located at the west end of Michig a n Street and the Council was informed that stove? and picnic tables have beer, erected for public use. Installation of village water to service this area was authorized and Supt. Millard was instructed to make .such installation «t once with Ontonagon Girl Takes Part in 'Operation Bentley' at MSU ONTONAGON — Kay Ann Hokans, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Hokans Sr. has returned from a two and one half week summer session at M 1 c h 1 g a n State University East Lansing At MSU she participated In "Operation Bentley" a coeducational program for gradu a t e d high school seniors that offers them an opportunity ro taeco m e thoroughly familiar with many aspects of local, county and state goverment. The program, similar to Girls' State, is sponsored by the Alvin Bentley Foundation and has been conducted for several years. Miss Hokans was the the proper taps and drinking will soon begin selling L a b or fountain facilities being erected. Festival booster buttons to kick A request of Matt Vidmar for off the 1965 Miss Onton agon erection of an electric street light to service his property located on so-called River Road was tabled until such time as a survey by the local power company of village stieet requirements is conducted. The power company and Manager J. Wilbert Ralph have been approached regarding such survey for the village. The request of Mrs. Elinor Hawley for extension of Paul Bunyan Avenue to Lake Shore Drive was referred to the village highway committee for study and recommendation t o the council on such construction. A request for membership in the Ontonagon County Chamber of Commerce and Tourist A s - sociation was denied, there being no provision for such a p - propriation in the village budget for this current year. The clerk was instructed to remind the village water users of the sewer service charge covering the third quarter billings annually, in which the ordinance provides that the charge for the third quarter In each year shall County contest. One of the seven will b e crowned the new Miss Ontonagon County during this year's Labor Festival celebration, Sept. 2-6. The candidates will appear before the judges at the O n - tonagon Community Building on Thursday evening, Sept. 2. when they suits will and compete evening in bathing gowns and present their talent skits. The winning candidate will be selected, announced and crowned that same evening. The Coronation Ball for the new queen and her court will be the same as t!ie charge for| a g 0n . Community Building Frid a y , Sept. 3. Royce Willman, designer-producer of Music International, will also design and stage the queen pageant. The candidates are: Kay Ann Hokans, Miss Tourist Association-C hamber of Commerce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hokans, Ontonagon. Nancy Kemppainen. Miss Woman's Club, the daughter of Mrs. Frank Broemer, Onton- the second quarter, unless the third quarter charge is than the said second billing. This is to permit the use of water for garden p u r- poses during the garden growing season. The clerk was a'so instructed to advertise for applications for membership on the Village H o u s i n g Commission, s u ch membership to fill the unex- pired term of the late Stanley J. Cane. The village superintende n t and attorney were authorized to look into the purpose of posting of "No Trespassing Signs" o n the west side of fie Ontonagon Laurelee Ahlman, Miss Ewen, only student from Onton agon County to attend. Candid a t e s were selected by govern m e n t teachers at Government Day in October 1964. In ell, 99 youths from all over the state attended, ed. Participating students were thoroughly grounned in the workings of the government on various levels and had an opportunity to actually participate in models of government agencies. A miniature government was formed within the grour of 99 students in ord^r to more effectively acquaint them with the functions of government. Two political parties, the Alphas and Omegas, were formed and each drew up a platform, held caucuses, primaries anc tlprtions for both village and county offices. Regular legislativ- sessions were held by the group and each member introduce"! and fought | to pass at least one bill. One of i the legislative mpetings was held at the Statf- Capital Build, ing in Lansing where Governor j George Romney and .several other ranking state officials spoke to them. Officers, such as speaker of the house, were elected from among the members of the i group and carried out the duties of the various offices while ; their legislature v/qs in session. 1 One of the session was held in the International Center at Michigan State where furniture and equipment used by the Michigan Constitutional convention of 196162 has been relocated as a rnu- ! seum. Among the bills passed : were an income tax foi Michi| gan, a right-towork law. and per- j mission for newspapers to pub- I lish the names of juvenile.offend- ers aged 13 to 17. ! Each day's activity began at 1 9 a.m. and ended at 10 p.m. with ! a recreation period from 3 to 6 in I the afternoon. Square danc e s , hootenannies, and record ho p s made up part of the recreation activities and one Saturday the group traveled to the Henry lower j Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lauri! Ford Museum at Greenfield Village, Dearborn. In addition, all facilities of Michigan State University were available for their use. Miss Hokans noted that one of the most important rewards for the attendance at the sessions was the opportunity to obtain a practical knowledge of parl i a - mentary procedure Anot her rewarding experience during her stay at Michigan State was the opportunity to meft and know quarter (Ahlman, Ewen. Sally Welch, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Myron Welch, Onton-i agon. Miss Lions Club. : Janice Bezotte, daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Puska, ', Miss Huss-Ontonagon Local' 354, of Ontonagon. Pat Morris, Miss White Pine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy: Morris, White Pine. j Cora Lou Kalivoda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kalivoda, Ontonagon, Miss Onton-; agon County Nurses Club. The Miss Ontonagon Count y ing several weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Driscoll, and his parents, M r . and Mrs. Peter Store. Pastor and Mrs. Edward J. Carlson have left for points in Iowa where they will spend a two week vacation visiting relatives. Carol Kangas, Marie Ruuttila, Gary Dorvinen and Robert Lahti have returned from the Fortune Lake Bible Camp where they spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Francis are spending a few days visiting relatives in Marquette. Mrs. Eric Hoebbe) has r e turned to her home in Los Angeles after visiting her brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glascr, and family. Sharon Moilanen and E 1 s a Peterson are attending the Senior Hi Bible Campers Week at Fortune Lake tnir, week. Mrs. Robert O. Hills and Mrs. Lois Pety of Pontiac, former Ontonagon residents, are spending two weeks visiting friends here. Galveston, Tex., was first U.S. city to adopt the commiss i o n form of government, doing so in 1900. other state youths from ail who attended. over the River on M-64 in the vicinity contest is an official prelimin-; OntonOQOn Briefs of the public doc!: property ' arv to tne Mlss America Pag- 3 discussion on st r e e t; eant - The Ontonagon After requirements and lagc problems, Mir journed. st r e e t other v i 1 meeting ad- 1 Young Women Enter Contest ONTONAGON — Seven of On- lonagon County's most beautiful and talented young women! MOORGARD eant. The Ontonagon C \inty Queen Sorority has a franc-hise from the Miss America organization for a contest in this area and the new queen will represent Ontonagon County at t h e Miss Michigan contest year. 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