Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 3, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 5

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965. IRONWOOD DAHY GtOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIVI Horsemen's Club Plans Activities Corporation application, show rules, and current activites concerning the association were accepted by members of the board of directors of the Upper Peninsula Horsmen's Association, at a meeting held May 30 at the St. Ambrose Church hall. Directors present from Gogebic County included Louise Bo- llch and Dr. Gerald H. Reed. The- association is primar i 1 y interested in promoting trail riding, gymkhana games, stock sales of riding horses, uniform rules ot promote and stage horse shows, 4-H horse clubs and 4-H horse shows, and equitation in general. It is believed that through the association, better horseman, better grade of horses, better horse shows and better judging will result and FREE! FREE! Win a TRANSISTOR RADIO Retail Volut-39.95 'JUST REGISTER - NO OBLIGATION Larry Bayer's Mileage Service Stations DOWNTOWN Cor. Suffolk A Mcleod - Dial 932-4501 HIWAY Car. Lowell ft Cloverland - Dial 932-0140 also increased interest in all i gebic County Fairgrounds on horsemen activities. Se &- 5 The association will heln 4-H A11 contestants and exhibitors xne association win neip 4 H at sanctioned shows wil , be ejl . and independent horse clubs in. gible to compete on a po int ba _ I all phases of activity, promote S i s and possible U. P. champion; legiJation and advertising and ship competition providing they! I act as liaison agent between! hold membership in the UPHA. I horse clubs and state and coun-!AH sanctioned shows will hold ty fair boards. j at least one stallion, two mares, One of the most important j and two gelding halter classes; subjects to date is the possibil-1 barrel racing, pole bending and ity of the establishment of two western pleasure classes. nature trails in the Upper Pen- A11 parties interested in obtain- insula, through cooperation be- in S additional information on tween the Federal Forest Serv- ! members in the Upper Peninsu- ice, the Michigan Conservat i o n la Horsemen's Associ a t i o n Department and the UPCAP. should write or call Mrs. Joseph The UPHA is promoting these trails which would be used for hiking, riding, nature stud y, scouts, or any other groups for recreation or hobbies. The population explosion of Bolich. Membership is not restricted to 4-H members, and anyone wishing to support this project is invited to join. Ants speak a chemical 1 a n- guage. An insect finding food horses is even greater than that exudes an odoriferous substance of humans in many areas of the on its way back to the nest otn . midwest, therefore the need of horsemen's associations is more acute than ever before to assist er ants follow the trail and if they find food, they also will ,...,... .. , return leaving a scent. As the clubs in effectively presenting, odor bec omes more powerful, their activities. | oj;her ants rusn to tne spoti This year at least 10 UPHA | When the food is gone, the ants sanctioned horse shows will be!no longer leave scent trails and staged in the U.P. The Saddle-!the chemical "message" quick- lites 4-H Saddle Club of Gogebic ly evaporates so as not to con- County plan a show at the Go-1 fuse the workers. REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER friendly Store Our manager BOUGHT THE WORKS! Don Disch purchased our supplier's entire warehouse stock of 1964 18-CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR- FREEZERS at S 100 OFF EACH UNIT! HE INSISTS THAT We PASS THIS SAVINGS ON TO YOU! BETTER COME A RUNNIN'! These models are entirely FRboT FREE! NEW THINWALL CONSTRUCTION PUTS THESE 18-CU. FT. MODELS ANYWHERE A 16 CU. FOOTER WILL GO!...NO SPACE PROBLEM FOR YOU! • Deluxe models with bettem freezer • Twin crispers, meat keeper among many ether feature*! • Regular 399.95 value now jutt NO MONEY DOWN! EASY TERMS! Association Has Meeting Here A family pot-luck supper high lighted the last meeting of the Gogebic County Association for Retarded Children at the Day Center in Ironwood. The 10 pupils presented a program of Day Center activities under the direction of Miss Edith Jacobson and Mrs Clyde Holmberg. A "music lesson" tape recording by Mrs Henry Fosmoe also was presented. The business meeting followed with Mrs. Carl Kaartanen, president, presiding During the meeting, a report was given by Mrs. Ray Barbacovi that i n eluded information on the scholarship fund. The organization has granted a scholarship to Miss Carol Lampart, Bessemer, who has completed two years at Gogebic Community College and will c o n - tinue her studies in special education at Eastern Michigan University at Ypsilanti. The scholarship fund was set up several years ago with money from the general fund and the interest from the James E. Manthey Memorial Fund and added to each year. Thi: scholarship can be granted only to a third year student or graduate teacher continuing study in special education Special thanks were extended to the Ramsay Cub Scouts and Mrs. Andrew Kangas, their leader, for the wire standards made for the "nurse dolls" at the center. Also special mention w a • given of persons who gave treats and gifts to the children on the last day of school Plans have been completed for the summer recreational program to be held in July, and the next meeting is slated for the fourth Tuesday in September. USE DAILY GLOBK. WANT-ADS HURLEY SPEAKER—Michael Verich, assistant superintendent of schools at Superior, will deliver the principal address at Hurley High School's commencement program Friday evening. Verich was graduated from Hurley High School in 1935 and received a bachelor of science degree from Wisconsin State University at Superior in 1942 and a master's degree from Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., in 1950. He also has studied at the University of M innesota, University of Chicago and Colorado College. WHILE THEY LAST! Over 150 Attend Picnic at Gile Over 150 persons attended a picnic held recently at the Gile Flowage Park which proved to be a success although the weather was not too favorable. The Gile Flowage Association acted as host of the event. The basic purpose for the festivities was to show the many friends of the association that the club appreciated their e f forts to make the area r e - creational facilities the best possible. Those who helped to improve the Gile Flowage site were invited to take part in the lunch and beverages supplied by the club membership. The picnic was directly the concern of John Gulan, the chairman of the lunch committee, and Bernard Peterson, the co-chairman. They were primarily responsible for the meal served consisting of baked ham, baked beans, potato salad, vegetables, rolls, beverages, and "trimmings." The lunch c o m - mittee worked hard to make this a success and all who took part in the lunch had high praise for its efforts. Club officials are now planning on the next festivities to be held in Gile — the Father's Day Family Festival —to b e held on June 19-20, the highlights of which will be an old fashioned dance on Saturday evening and a parade on Sunday afternoon. VFW District Rally Is Held IRON RIVER —Congressman Raymond Clevenger was the principal speaker of the spring rally of the Voterans of Foreign Wars, 15th district, held at Iron River. The banquet was held in the Iron County Armory where Department Junior Vice C o m- mander Boniface Maile repr e - sented the department. .Charles Held, a junior from the Luther L. Wright High School, Ironwood, district winner of the Voice of Democracy contest, gave his winning essay at the banquet. After the banquet, meeti n g s were held by the district and auxiliary members. The following officers were elected at the district meeting: William Huss, Iron River, commander; Arnold Stoycho f f , Iron River, senior vice commander; Chester Butler, Hubbell, junior vice comman d e r; Joseph Rocchitti, quarterm a s ter, Norway; Dr. J. I. Johnson, Ironwood, surgeon; Clifford Salin, Crystal Falls, judge advocate; Eldridge Poisson, Hubbell, chaplain; trustees, Waiko Spets, Ironwood, Allan Dahl, Iron River, and Anton Bianchi', Norway. The fall rally will be held in Crystal Falls in September. R. Solo Joins MSU Honorary Chapter EAST LANSING — Richard A. Salo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salo, Ironwood : is one of nearly 200 freshmen that have been initiated into the Michigan State University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the national freshman men's honorary chapter. To be initiated, students must have a 3.5 scholastic average, on a 4.00 index, for at least one term during their freshman year. Phi Eta Sigma, founded in 1923 to encourage good scholarship among freshman men, has chapters at many major American colleges and universities and also provides several graduate fellowships for its members. The MSU chapter, founded In 1954, is the second largest in the United States. Singapore has a polyglot population of which 80 per cent is I Chinese. summer blouses Blouses have an ultra-feminine look this summer, and we've everything from the newest fashions to classic shells, in solids and prints. Tucked Front accents lovely round necked, sleev&less overblouse. Bright Floral print adds interest to classic sleeveless shell. 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