Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 21, 1965 · Page 20
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 20

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 21, 1965
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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965. UP Towns Named ^For English Poet ?; KIPLING 'AP> Construc- " 'tion of a railroad line In th^ Up' " per Peninsula in 'he late 1880s and a lack of money to finish the job were the circumstances ''•.', surrounding a long-iorgotten /•''" poem by English author and ''• ; poet Rudyard Kipling Backed by American capital. "" the Minneapolis. Pt Paul and ••'• Sault Ste. Marie Railroad be' gan construction of a line from ' " Che Twin Cities easi to the Sault. 1 Before the track was com•••• pleted, funds ran short. Additional help was sought from the i -'• English. Work continued but the British help was remembered' in the naming of many stations! along the line. A station some 'JO miles south, of Sault Ste. Marie became' Rudyard. The sntion named' Kipling, near Gladstone, com pleted the tribute to the roted author In 1896 Kipling was told of the two Upper Michigan towns bearing his name. K'oling sent a; photograph of 'ilmself to the 1 manager of the railroad, on the back of which \va<- nrinted the poem: ' RUDYARD AM) KIPLING , '"Wise is the child who knows his sire.' The ancient proverb ran. But wiser far I IT man who knows. How, where and -vhen his offspring grows, For who the mischief would RECIPE FOR A GOOD TIME: Take a chef at the live charcoal grill nightly preparing your favorite steaks or chops; add ho-made Italian food (at luncheon or for dinner at night), season with live music by the trio every Saturday night and prestol- you're in for a swell time, anytime, at the range's favorite nightspot, the ST. JAMES HOTEL, Inc. Fritz Cerasoli, Mgr. Dial 932-2100 for information on parties, banquets, etc. Starting Tomorrow! CAYS S-t-r-e-t-c-h lounger Sets Reduced Choice of Stretchy Terry or Nylon in these comfy sets for the little ones. Easy change, snap front, decoratively designed. Fits 6 to 18 months. Assorted colors. ' REG. 1.98 Reduced for a Limited Time Only PLASTIC PANTS - Reg. 29c Ea. Sanitary, waterproof. Cushion leg.S-L. . . 4 for 88C COTTON FLANNELETTE DIAPERS Extra absorbent. 27x27 inches doz. 2.28 COMBED COTTON POLO SHIRTS Button shoulder style. Patterns and solids. Sites 1 to 3 f\ 110 L for I t I O REG. 1.19 PAJAMAS 2-pc. gripper closing. Printed plisse and wash 'n wear fabrics. Sizes 1-2-3 COTTON SUN SUITS Reg. $1. Wash 'n wear. 1 and 2-pc. styles. 1-4 . . . . 88c 68c REG. 1.98 SUN SUITS 100% cotton. Wash 'n wear. 1 and 2-pc. styles. Beautifully trimmed. Sizes 2-4 EG. 1.98 INFANTS' DRESSES and pretty. 100% cotton, wash 'n wear. , 9 to 18 rnpnth* 1.48 1.68 IT AND SAVE, TOO AT S&L suppose I've sons in Mie!iip-an'> "Yet I am saved from midnight ills, That warp the soul of man. ; They do not make me walk the! floor. ; Nor hammer it the doctor's; door. i They cfeal in wheat and iron ore,! My sons in Michigan "O. tourist in f hr Pullman car. (By Cook's or Ray-nonces plan*. Forgive a parent's partial view: But maybe you have children too So let me introduce to 1 , you My sons in Michigan " Sidnaw Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins liave returneU from a w e e k 's visit with friends in Chicago. Forest Rolloff, West DePere, Wis., spent a weekend here with his wife. Leo UeCaire, Champion, spent •a weekend with his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Findley and family. Great Lakes. 111., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Gladys Findley, and her relations in Bruce Crossing. Mrs. Evelyn Longrie and sons Willard and Orville, were r e • cent Iron River callers. Mrs. Gladys Findley. son, Charles, and daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Wakeford, were recent Keweenaw Bay callers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beauprey and baby and Mrs. Hubert Mori n and children, L'Anse, spent me \vct-i\t:i]u neit: vvitn relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzie Denning and family, Northville, are visiting at the Jesse Bowers s r . home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hardes, Mrs. Fredrick Beauprey and family were L'Anse callers recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Provost, Lansing, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Ida Provost, and other relatives. Mrs. Shirley Cheeta and boys, Hancock, visited recently with her sister, Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tovio Kaars, Paynesvuie. visited at the Perry Thompson home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were Michigamme callers. Mrs. Marvin Stebbins S r . , daughter, Peggy Ann, son, Bernard, and Margaret Kytola were Chassell and Ho u g h ton callers recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelley recently returned home fro m Ann Arbor. 8256 10-20 PRETTY BLOUSE TRIO Give your wardrobe of skirts and suits a fresh new look with this trio of blouses in different styles. No. 8256 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. 18. 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, top. 1 : U yards of 35-inch: center 2 yards: lower, 1 7 « yards. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Complete, inspiring, easy to read—the fall & Winter '65 Basic Fashion. Send 50c now for your copy. New Candidate Is Elected to Eagles Aerie ONTONAGON - P'-esident E. Sirvio presided at the meeting of Ontonagon Eagles Aerie Monday evening, July 12. at the Eagles Hall. The Aerie elected one new candidate, Gunnnrd Lakonen, into the order, and Henry Thompson and Arvi Sirvio were appointed by the president to serve on the sunshine committee for July and August. The newly-revised by-laws of read for the the meeting. The third reading will take place at the next meeting, when they will be presented to t h e Aerie members for approval. All members have been urged to attend the next meeting for the final reading and approval of the by-laws, since they c o n - cern all members. Plans were formulated t o serve the Ladies Auxiliary a 6 p.m. supper on Saturday evening, July 31. Thompson served a pea soup lunch during the evening. The next regular meeting will be held at the Eagles Hall Monday evening, July 26, at 8. The Doctor Says the Aerie were second time at By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D More than 18 million persons in the United States have some degree of hearing loss. In children this prevents normal training in school and In adults it is' a distinct handicap. Advances are being made, however, In the treatment of various types o f deafness The prevention of G e r m an measles in pregnant women and the aler< handling of Rh Incompatibility have reduced the Incidence of deafness in babies. Measles vaccine and toe treatment of middle ear infections prevent deafness in children and new surgical techniques are' restoring hearing to the vie-1 tims of otosclerosis. i Above all, early detection of ear disorders often per m i ts prompt steps to be taken t o prevent further damage to the hearing. Mucn of the work being done in this field is spearheaded by the Deafness Research Foundation. One of the greatest needs at present is to study the inner ear of persons of all ages with hearing disorders. Unfortunately this cannot be done during life because the inner ear is safely imbedded in the temporal bone, orte of the hardest bones ir the body. Thousands of persons with disease or any form of chronic dizziness believed to be a s - sociated with trouble In the inner ear, a postmortem study of your Inner ear may help others with similar trouble. Temporal bones donated to this worthy undertaking are sent to one of four regional centers: The University of California San Francisco Medic a 1 Center; The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore; Baylor University, Houston, Texas, and the University of Chicago. Forms for the donation o f tempora; bones may toe obtained from the Deafness Res e a r c h Foundation, 366 Madison A y e., New York, N.Y. 10017. ,T h a bones can be removed without in any way disfiguring the appearance of the face or head. AS m ore human tempor a 1 bones become available, significant light will surely be shed on the cause of many conditions associated with loss of hearing and equilibrium. Such knowledge IR necessary before Improved methods of prevention and ; vestment can be devised. Amelita Galll-Curci, famous singer, made her operatic debut before taking a single vocal lesson. Retired Farmer, 95, Has Many Descendants HOLLIS, Okla. (AP> — When I ear diseases are now bequeath- retired farmer J.B Thompson ling their temporal bones to the died recently at the age of 95, eight of his 10 children wre still foundation after death. The temporal bones of per- living as were 51 grandchildren! sons with normal hearing are and 116 great grandchildren. The family isn't sure just how many great-great-grandchildren there are. not needed but, if you have congenital deafness, conduction deafness, nerve deafness, otos- clerosis, head noises, Meniere's The Bishop's Company INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN TOURING GROUP OF BURBANK, CALIFORNIA - Presents Henrik Ibsen's Dramatic Masterpiece — "AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE" This magnificent and important drama will be given by the "Bishop's Player* in Person" at the — WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH McLeod Ave., Ironwood SUNDAY, JULY 25 at 8 P.M. ADMISSION: $1.00 Per Person Proceeds will be given to the Retarded Children's Day Center and Child Guidance Clinic Jobs Would Be Given to I Needy College Students WASHINGTON (AP) — Legislation has been introduced to : end the hiring of young teen- 1 agers as pages in Congress and give the jobs instead to needy college students Rep. W. R. Hull D-Mo., is ; sponsoring the bill. Coleman's Nomination Is Opposed by Hart WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Philip A. Hart, D Mich., voted! in the minority as the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday approved, 13-2, James P. Coleman's nomination to the 5th U. S.. Circuit'Court Lansing Man Heads Michigan Chamber LANSING (AP! — Harry R. Hall of Lansing has become president of the Michigan State Chamber of Commerce. Hall has been executive vice president of the organization since May 1, 1960. 300 ASPIRINS Very Special at Only 79 FLASHBULBS Carton of 8 Press 5's 49 • Desert Flower Lotion • Tussy Deodorant Cream Reg. 4.00 Reg 5fir i.oo 3UC Roll On or Stick Get 100 FREE with purchase of Aytinal Capsules witth minerals 100 for n *JP only . O./ 3 Get 100 FREE with Purchase of Super AYTINAL r J. 100 for only • Tussy Summer Colognes 2 e oo 1.00 •Aero Shave 69c Get Vaseline Hair Tonic Free > i -' • Listerine Tooth Paste 2 lZ: Get 50c Pocketbook Free VITAMIN C 100 Milligrams, only 250 Milligrams, only 69c 99c Elastic Stockings Slightly irregulars, pr. 2 • Ora-Ton Toothbrush .... 49c • Tek Toothbrushes "A"; 2 f., 70c • Lectric Shave b 79c Get 49c Aqua Velva Fret TRIER'S Jn Downtown Ironwood OPENING SHOWING That Co everywhere effortlessly, wrinkle-lessly! You'll love these wool knits . . . because they ore part of a rave collection we've gathered for Fall! See them, choose them todayl Choose Now! Layaway Now! Forgive Us If We Get Excited About The Colors — Most gorgeous we've had in yean . . . see them and you'll join u» in our color excitementl Pettipoint R&K Wool Knit Spiced with pleat-eased welt-seam detailing and very smart. Streak of brilliiantly colored Red, Game Green and Baltic Blue. Sizes 8 16 18. 98 29 Pettipoint Double Wool Knit Another R& K Original! Subtle two- piece dress in smart heather tones. Defined with welt seaming and button-trimmed at a new low. Beige, Heather Blue or Heather Green. Sizes 10 to 18.. 34 98 Famous BUTTE KNITS Also Being Shown! These famous knits in choice of One, Two qnd Three-Piece styles , . . excellent selecton in such fabulous new fall ^colors, as Artichoke Green, Strawberry, Expresso Blue, CaYmel, Oxford,'and Oatmeal. • •"*. . •••• .• 25 98 to35 98 Now Showing Everything New for Fa!

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