Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 3, 1965 · Page 9
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.- -.i.^^-V*'!.^*^ THURSDAY, JUUt 3, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINI NMU to Confer Degrees on 32 Students From This Area Commencement Ceremonies to Be Held Sunday Northern Michigan -University of Marquette will confer degrees on 32 students from this area at the 65th annual commencement ceremonies Sunday, June 6. The university will confer baccalaureate degrees on 365 m e n and women, representing the, lar^st graduating class in the: school's history, and, in addition, the class will include 24 master's degree candidates. The! total of 389 is an increase of 591 over last year. In June, 1964, Northern awarded 300 baccalau- 1 reate degrees and 30 master's degrees. Sunday's ceremonies will b e gin at 2 p.m. in the Hedgecock Physical Education Building on the NMU campus. The degrees will be conferred by Dr. Edgar L. Harden, president. Candidates lor degrees will be presented by Dr. Milton B. Byrd, vice president of academic affairs. Dr. Constantinos, A. Doxiadis, Athens, Greece, distinguished educator, master -planner, and international consultant in t h e development and science of human settlements, will deliver the commencement address. He also will be awarded the Doctor of Humane Letters during the ceremonies. Honorary degrees also will be conferred oon Walker Cisler, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Detroit Edison Company, Doctor of Laws; Dr. Dwlght L. Dumond, emeritus professor of history, University of Michigan, Doctor of Literature; and Adrian N. Langius director of the building division, Department of Administration, State of Michigan, Doc- tpr of Laws. Greetings from the Board of Control of Northern Michigan University will be extended by Edwin C. George, chairman. Also participating in the ceremonies will be Dr. Clarence M. Bjork, NMU Dean of Graduate Studies; Dr. Luther S. West, Dean of Arts and Science; Dr. Ed Pfau, Dean of Education; and R. Thomas Peters, director, Alumni Relations. Richard L. Korpi, Bessemer, is a candidate for a master of arts degree. ' \ All of the other 31 students: from this area are candidates for baccalaureate degrees. They include: Anvil Location — Bachelor of science: Kathleen Marie Perpich. Bergland—Bachelor of science: science: Russell Lee Bailey. Bessemer — Bachelor of arts: Judith Petrone Hartz, Jay W. Johnson, Paul Joseph Mascotti; bacheldr of science: Charlotte Jeanne Forslund, Richard D. Steiger, Walter James Winkowski. Bruce Crossing — Bachelor of j science: William Arnold Roirn- Isto. f Ewen — Bachelor of s c ience: ! Sigurd Joseph Hokens Jr. Ironwood — Bachelor of arts: Virginia M. Aukee; bachelor of science: Robert Waino Hakkinen, William Thomas King, A n'n a Mae Petrusha, Donna Jean Ringwall, John Duane Saari. Marenisco — Bachelor of science: Marianne Arnest a d , Michael F. Bodgett. Mass — Bachelor of science: Patrick Floyd Monette. Ramsay—Bachelor of science; Dennis Peter Pairolero, Joseph James Sholar. tyakefield — Bachelor of arts: Sabina A. Dimitroff,, Syd e 11 a Maria Tiber!; bachelor o f science: James O. Jacobson Jr., Jean Marian Jacobson, Marcia Kathryn Johns, Linda Ann Sjo- "blom, Harry Urbanski, J a n i s Claire Windberg: bachelor o f arts in music: Gerald R. Orsoni. Watersmeet — Bachelor of science: Ronald P. Houle. RUSSELL BAILEY MARIANNE ARNESTAD MICHAEL F. BLODGETT SABINA DIMITROFF SIGURD HOKENS CHARLOTTE FORSLUND JUDITH HARTZ JAMES JACOBSON JR. JAY JOHNSON WILLIAM T. KING GERALD ORSONI ANNA MAE PETRUSHA MARCIA JOHNS PAUL J. MASCOTTI JOHN D. SAARI DONNA J. RINGWALL LINDA ANN SJOBLOM JANIS WINDBERG WALTER J. WINKOWSKI SYDELLA M. TIBERI Scholarships and Awards to L. L.Wright Seniors Listed Scholarships and awards! Michigan Tech scholar hips which were presented to the graduating seniors of the 1965 Luther L. Wright High School at an awards assembly held recently have been announced by school officials. The schol- were given by Principal James E. Sheridan to Dale Pryor, Tom Tezak, Walter Olson, Don Ruppe and Tom Chiantello. ! Susan Mukavitz and Ru s s e ll! Bailer and Marie Rigoni, gold 1 Kim Friedley, Jack Grandah i Slade, who earned degrees of i medal; Christine Anderson, Bar-i a nd j 0 j :n spetz | honor. i bara Bailer, Christine Kolesar Q , rf Atnleti ' Awards w e r Students who received foren- and Margie Rigoni, silver me-] Rpcinar Su sic awards for representing Lu- al. and Richard Paavola, bronze (presented to Maiy Bednar, Su ther L. Wright High School at medal. san > Braff, Sandra Cricks, Sy the District Forensic Festival at i Future Homemakers Awards I belle DeSonia, Ann Hallberg, Bessemer included Roberta Bo- j were presented by Miss Joseph-: Georgann Ihlenfeldt, Connie Ki- .lich and Charles Held, third'ine Brighenti to Kathy Bahun, vi, Judy Kivi, Judy Little, Betsy lyear, gold pin; Renee S e m o, Carol Erin, Debby McDonald. < Mark, Judy Moren, Arlene Quir- 1 second year, silver pin: Clark Diane Meyer, Nancy P a w lak,. am, Marsy Rintala, Louise Syr- certificates were made by Eugene Farrell to Donald Pelto, Maureen Miller and Bernard Santini. The award for outstanding school service was presented to Sharon Holm by John Ostrom. Winning the Michigan Mathematics Competition Prize was Donald Pelto, and it was presented by John Ostrom. Buick Open Golf Tourney Starts GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) — Golfers on the professional tour were scheduled to be.gin their quest today for an $18,000 first prize and a new car to help them spend it In the eighth annual $100,000 Buick Open Golf Sams. Outstanding girl in t h e GAA was Sandy Cricks. (Tournament. Cheerleader letters we re! British Open champion Tony went tod Martinson and , .'Wangaard, Russell Slade, J i m Connie Richards, Jackie Koski, jala and Kathy Talo, all arships given are as follows:" nTVo^nkoskv^TnT^vere* nre-, Zawlocki - Myra Colasacco, Pat Bonnie Behrendt, Madelyn Col- ceived senior pins. National Honor Society Schol-1 sented by Principal Sheridan. iAraslm. first year, bronze pin; lasacco, M a r g a r e t Gianu n - Receiving a junior re- pin was arship for the GogebicCommuni-! Regents-Alumni Scholars h i p ! Sue Mukavitz, second year sil- zio, Sandra Swanson, Theres a : Patrice Araslm; letters were ty College was given by Arno by Principal Sheridan to Betsy ! ver P' n ' and Barbara Baler, Long, Florence Kolson, L in d a! awarded to Audrey Asunto, LiiE-vipl to wnvnp Lpviinki Mark nnri Npal Nnrmi .first year, double-ring key, Johnson and Allouette Willing. Catherine Baross, Mary Brosko- Lugviel to Wayne Levijoki. National Honor Society Schol-: State Competitive Scholar- taronze. 'arship was given by John Ostrom to Mary Bednar. Ironwood J u n i o r Woman's Club Scholarship for the Gogebic Community College was presented by John Ostrom to JoAnn Martell. ships by the Michigan High e r Education Assistance Authority were presented to Neal Nurmi, Suzanne Braff, Raejoy Sargent, Betsy Mark and Walter Olson by Principal Sheridan. Awards were presented as fol- CEKESTIAL ROTATION The' earth rotates as a whole while the sun rotates as a gas or liquid, with }ts rotation being more Vapid at its equator than at higher alitudes. Ernest Dear. Business and Profess i o n a 1 Ironwood Woman's Club Schol- lows: arship was presented to Judy Knights of Columbus Award Moren by Mrs. G. A. Dahlen. : was given to Tom Tezak by Bentley Scholarship was given) William Kennedy, to Louise Syrjala by Supt. R i American Legion Award was presented to Mavis Tiitu by Principal Sheridan. Figurines for the valedictorian and salutatorian were presented to Mary Bednar and Mavis Tiitu, respectively, by Principal Sheridan. The Kiwanis Award was presented by Principal Sheridan to John Solin. National Honor Soc i e t y Awards were presented to Kathy Bahun, Mary Bednar, Burna Bennett, Darlene Berg, Sybelle Kathy Bahun was also vetz, Kris Carlson, Diane Certificates of Merit in de- awarded the honor of being the cricks, Terry Danowski, May awarded to Judy Morin, Sharon Lahti, Sandra Cricks and Luanne Albert by Norman Ahola. Ski letters were awarded by Principal Sheridan to Paul Carlson, co-captain, and Dan Ber- Lema, the defending titlist here, heads the field of 144 who set out to test the 7,280-yard Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club course, longest on the tour. First prize of $18,000 is double bate were given by Arno Lug- Luther L. Wright High School Ann Ginolfi, Terry Hampston, | £ettula to Alan^Levijoki, Arlene viel to Myra Colasacco, Charles American Homemaker of To- Ruth Held. Marsha Jarvi, Carol lin, third year awards; Larry} the amount won by Lema last Ruschmeyer, co-captain, Wil-iyear when he posted a 277 to liam McDonald, James Gustaf- ( take one of the three titles he son, Sue Mukavitz and Christine j won in the month of June. Carlson, second year awards, Arnold Palmer and Jack and Kim Friedley, Mike Albert, j Nicklaus, both of whom have Jon Kennedy and Carol English, i passed up this tourney in recent first year awards. : years, are competing. So is Bob- Student Council Good Citizen- by Nichols, who won the $200,000 ship Awards were made by Eric Carl'ng World Open last year* Held, Ruth Held, Julia Impola, morrow. She scored highest on Kichak. Mary Kilbourn, R o Deborah McDonald, Edwin Mar- a written exam in homemaking berta LaBlonde, Kathy Lewin- tinson, Mary Moore, Susan knowledge and attitude which ski, Laura Liimakka, Vivian Mukavitz, Gail Nurmi, N e a 1 was taken by the senior girls ; Maki, Sue Mukavitz, Ann Pach- Nurmi, Russell Slade and Sara last Dec. 1. She is now eligible j mayer, Sharon Reini, Margie Spencer. for state and national honors. Rigoni, Mary Rintala, Jill Rob- Receiving pins from Miss Kathy also was appointed co-ed erts, Mart Pat Shea, Sara Spen- Quiram and James Gustafson, seniors; Russell Slade, Edward Tafelski and Debbie Gustafson, juniors; James Hedin, Donna Ludlow and Charles Gallo, sophomores, and Joe Moon, Sandra Sisko and Darlene Anderson, freshmen. Rose Pape for work on t h e • correspondent for the high cer,' Brencla Vukelich and Beth i Tne . hi £h salesman award, W o m a n's Club Scholar ship went to Darlene Berg, and was presented by Mrs. Marion Vaughn. National Athletic Scholarship Society for the Gogebic Community College went to Paul Belmas and Robert Miklesh, and was presented by John Krznarich. Parent-Teacher Associa t i o n Area Council Scholarship was presented to Ken Swanson, Sybelle DeSonia, Ann Skoronski, Verlynn Lehto, Arlene Dahlbacka and Kathy Reid by Mrs. John Finco. Luther Leader Scholar ship school publication, The Wright school by a national magazine. Williams. Times,.' were Mary Bednar and Besketball letter winners Girls Athletic Associa t i o n Sybelle DeSonia, co-editors; , were William McDonald, sen-, Awards, made by Mrs Palmer, magazine campaign, was made by Oscar Sjowall to Verner Blomberg. Joining Lema are all the other Buick Open champions, Billy Casper, Art Wall, Mike Sou- chak, Jack Burke and Julius Boros The winner will receive a new car for each of the next five years. A car also will be awarded to any golfer making a hole in one Three auto-winning aces have been scored so far. One-fifth of the U. s. popula- , , , , , Mary Jane Juntilla, news edi-jior; Tom Carli Roy Finco,! were presented to Andrea Back-i Current Affairs Test A w a rdj tion is overweight. tor; Edwin Martinson and Neal j Jack Grandahl, Guy Kangas, Iman, Linda Bartaera, Roberta Nurmi, sports editors; Ann; Marty Murto. Arthur Fertile! B e n t z e n, Marsha Brackett, Skowronski, business manager;i and Louis Vlasich, juniors; Chris Brunnel, Debby McDon- Sue Braff, photographer; Sherry Holm, exchange service, and Gloria Kilponen, high s a les- lady. Steve Slihing, sophomore, and! aid, Mary Rose Cossi, Jeanine Dennis Hollander and Jon Krz- i Currier, Sally DeSonia, Lindis narich, managers. Eckstrom, Kathy Elsem o re, Tennis letter winners included Carol English, Sharon Fabri, Hematite pins presented tojDave Albert, John Solin, Larry Margaret Giannunzio, Kathy staff members by Miss Z e r a Tremain, Tom Bidgood, Myron, Hill, Dolly Jerik, Joan Jindrick, Tatabachi included Steve Sheri-1 Kauppi, second, and Jim Stone- Joan Manke, Sunny McCauley, dan and Betsy Mark, co-editors; mark, first. Linda Kivi, Nancy Korpela, Jac- DeSonia, Jerome Gradlsher, j Louise Syrjala, business mana- Track letters — three y e a r. kie Koski, Marlene Koski, El- Mary Jane Juntilla, Gloria Kil-|ger; Kathy Bahun, secretary-; awards, Joseph Kravetz and'dora Maki, Sue Le i n o n, ponen, Connie Kivi, Lois Kivi,! treasurer; Alan Levijoki, organ-i Tom TeZak. co-captains: twojKris Lindberg, Chris M a k ela, Judy Kivi, Wayne Alan Levijoki.jizations editor; Georgann Ihlcn-iyear award, Don Hoist, captain; \ Chris Mattila, Candy Quiram, Betsy Mark, Judy Moren, Wal-'feldt, index editor, and Kathy Frank Verbos, Jon Currier, Jon Nancy Pawlak, Chris Rosa, ter Olson, Dale Pryor, Don Rup- Reid, subscription-getter. Krznarich, Ed Tafelski, Mike Diane Saari, Chris.Salo, Gloria was presented to Renee Semo pe, Renee Serno, Ann Skowron-i The John Philip Sousa Award 'Czerneskv Louis Vlasich, Marty Schmitt. Kathy Siirila, Sandy by Supt. Dear. Let's Give Dad .i: L. Surprise MOST WITH GIFTS HE CAN WEAR---Choose from our selection of all the fashions he'favors. • Suits • Sport Coats • Jaymar Slacks • Sansabelt Slacks MROFCHAK'S FRitMAN SHOES MEN'S SHOP Ironwood 932-2422 was presented by Band Director i Murto, Steve Slining and Mark Sisko, Susie Soffiette, Mary Jo Kenneth Wiele to Tom Tezak iDrazkowski; first award, Dale Stutz, Gayle Swanbeck, Louann | Pryor, Gary Ryskewecz, Steve. Tjernlund, Lana Wilson, Sheila and Burna Bennett, VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON WORTH ski, John Solin, Steve Sheridan, Ken Swanson, Tom Tezak, Mavis Tiitu, Larry Tremain and Reena Yonkosky, all new mem-1 choir awards were given byjDudra, Tom Carli, Walter Da-]Hauschildt, Gail Zambrovitz, bers in the seenior class. Edwin Quistorff too Barbara; vis, Dennis Holgers, Jim King,' Brencla Vukelich and Shirley Junior class — Charles Andrews, Mary Brosko vetz, John Hedin, Laura Liimakka, Karen Nelson, Russell Slade, Ed Tafelski Arvo Toolanen and D o n aid Pelto, juniors. Old members among the seniors included Neil j Nurmi, Louise Syrjala and Ed Martinson. These awards were presented by Arno Lugviel. The National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation was presented by John Ostrom to Don Ruppe and Mavis Tiitu. Bausch and Lomb Science Award was presented to J o h u Solin by Charles Supercynski. 'Forensic awards were g i v en by Mrs. Imogene Keskey to Neal Nurmi, Gail Nurmi, Mary Moore, Julia Impola, Deborah McD o n a 1 d, Edwin Martinson and Russell Slade, who r c - ceived pins, and Charles Held, 50 EXTRA FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS DAVE'S ZEPHYR SERVICE 'WITH ANY PURCHASi Qf $2.00 OR MORii Offer good through Wednesday, Jun# 16th Corner of Suffolk & Frederick Sts. Ironwood PLANNING A PARTY? we have what it takes. Haig & Haig Scotch fifth 5 Gordon's Vodka 3 39 3 fifths 9 Gordon's Gin fifth 3 79 3 fi«h S 10" Prices tffectivt through Suod»y, June I AH Piiots inciu«» Wisconsin Stl*t Twt George 's Package Liquors 205 Silver St. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. 9 P.M. 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