Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 3, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
Page 12
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TWFIV? IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 3, IMS. NMU Will Honor 2 Ex-residents Of This Area MARQUETTE — Three outstanding citizens including a federal medical science and health official, a newspaper executive, •nd a surgeon will be the sec- Mid recipients of Northern Michigan University's Distinguish e d Mumni Awards during NMU commencement ceremonies Sun- lay, June 6. Recipients of the alumni •ward, which recognizes "O u t- itandlng contributions to education, professional leadership and sommunity service," will be Dr. Gordon H. Seger, Washington, D. C., associate director, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National In- ititutes of Health, Department of Health, Education and Wei- tare; W. H. Treloar, general manager of the Marquette Mining Journal; and Dr. Sylvester W. Trythall, Detroit, senior attending gynecologist, Crittenton General Hospital. All were reared in the Upper Peninusla. Dr. Seger spent his youth in Gladstone, Treloar in Marquette, and Dr. Trythall in Wakefield, Ironwood and Houghton. Born in Shakopee, Minn., Dr. Beger is a graduate of Gl a d- Btone High School and received his bachelor's degree from Northern, and his master's and doctor's degrees in public health from the University of Michigan. Dr. Seger, a former Wakefield and Marquette teacher, became associated with public health education director of Flint Public Schools in 1938. He served as executive secretary, Genessee County Tuberculosis Association, Joining the U. S. Public Health Service in 1940. He was appointed execut i v e secretary, Division of Research Grants for the National Institutes of Health in 1946 and subsequently served as project review officer; executive offic e r for the National Cancer Institute; Chief, Extramural Programs, National Institute of Neurolog i c a 1 Diseases and SCHOLARSHIP—Miss Suzanne G. Fafford who was selected to receive the Gogebic Range Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, is pictured receiving the scholarship certificate from C. T. Odden, president of Gogebic Range Junior Chamber of Commerce. This is the first scholarsnip offered by the Junior Chamber and was the first announced scholarship to a returning student to the Gogebic Community College. The scholarship committee of five members reviewed numerous applications; the scholarship of $200 is based on scholarship, need and service. Miss Fafford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fafford, 514 E. Vaughn St., is a 1964 graduate of St. Ambrose High School. Her objective is io be a high school English teacher. (Ronnie's Camera Shop Photo) Blindness; and Chief, Spec i a 1 i member of the Detroit Surgical Programs Review Branch, be- '< Society, American Medical As«-_- «~ n ...~;«~ ui* «^«o 0 v,f ™ ! sociation, American Board of fore assuming his present po- obstetric ' s and Gyneco i ogy) and sition in 1962. , international Fertility Assoc i a- Dr. Seger is a member of the tion among ot her medical soci- American Public Health Associa- VAN BUSKIRK CO-OP CO. Highway 51 Outside Hurley WEEKEND SPECIALSI PORTERHOUSE STEAK n,89c BEEF ROAST ,b49c ROUND STEAK ,b69c SIRLOIN STEAKS ,b69c GROUND Hamburger 2, b ,.89c CLUB STEAKS ,b.55c T-BONES ,t75c BEER TO TAKE OUT tion and the Association of Management in Public Health among other organizations. Born in Laurium, Treloar, who was awarded Michigan's 1964 Citizenship Award for his contributions to education, has been associated with the Russ ell newspapers, publishers of The Mining Journal and two other Upper Peninsula dailies, for 40 years. He began his journalism career as a reporter and served as a sports editor, wire editor, news editor, advertising representative, and business manager before being appointed gen e r a 1 manager in 1956. A graduate of Marquette High School and Northern, Treloar is president of the Northern Michigan University Foundation and has served on the Preside n t' s Advisory Council at NMU since its inception. Active in business and civic affairs, Treloar was chosen by the Marquette Chamber of Commerce for its 1964 Citizens Award for his interest in the well-being of his fellow citizens. Dr. Trythall, senior attendi n g gynecologist at Detroit's Crittenton General Hospital since 1950, has been recognized on the national and international levels for his research on premarital preparation, prematurity and fertility. His research has led to adaptation of programs in Napl e s, Amsterdam, Cairo, Vienna, Prague and Rio de Janeiro. A graduate of Marqu e 11 e's John D. Pierce High School, Northern, and The University of Michigan Medical School, Dr. Trythall was born in Wakefield and was reared in Ironwood and Redridge near Houghton. A former Owosso teacher, Dr. Trythall interned at Detroit's Harper Hospital and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Crittenton where he later established the Sara Ooveraux Trythall Fund for Study of Prematurity and Fertility. eties. Banquet Held By Latin Club The J. E. Murphy High School Latin Club, Senatus Populus Que Romanus, (senate and people of Rome), concluded its activities for the year with a Roman banquet held in the high school cafeteria recently. Forty-one students and three faculty members dressed in the traditional Roman toga e n - joyed a meal and program planned by the students and their advisor, Miss Mary Hamta- ley, Latin instructor, to recall the daily life- of ancient Rome. Club Consuls Marilyn S a a ri and Douglas Collins presided over the festivities with contributions made to the p r o gram by the students as follows : Vocal solos, Mary J o Traczyk, Christine Lerza, Margaret Siebert, JoAnn Lundgren, Mary Lou Flateau,' Barbara Barto; piano solos and duets, Sheila Guidici, Christine Lerza, Mariann Odorizzi; orations, Jean Ann Reader, Douglas Collins, Jean Erspamer; declamation, Mary Jo Traczyk; extempore speaking, Paul Sturgul. High point 01 the program was the discussion, which was when the "Roman citizens" vigorously set out to put the speaker's mental agility to the test with pointed, perceptive questions on the "problem." The speaker was Paul Sturgul. Despite the few near c o n - tretemps, Paul defended h i s views with such wit and logic that all agreed he was as he labeled himself, "a Roman o f distinction." 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