THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965. IRONWOOD OAKY OlOBE. IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 When They Type Out a Want-Ad WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADI rtttlvcd noon. - •(t*r ti alter tiM ••• N» W.nt-AHi «» ;»» ! ei Irenweeo 1 Doily Glob* •hone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In lilt Qlt? »t lr»nwo«4 which »t» lnktB by flun* «r* if eepttd with th* uMtr*Un'4lM| tli«l they will b* pilri far w(W» »M week. Out-of-town ids *r« jpiythl* In advance ft Ijiiartira. Lew Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-time ............. Be IH* 3-times ............ lie lOc 6-times ............ I7e 16c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow caib rat* when paid within ant week after expiration. GROUP at Hiurai count •8 one word. Eich Initial Is considered •am* •• ward. E««m*l*i Phone 832-2211 . two ivordi 118 E. McLeod ... three word* Writ*, Box 72 Glob* .. four word* 'A B. Smith & Co. . liv* word* Order tor « days— c»nc«l anytlmf. Chmrgo at rat* earned. FINANCIAL Monty ft loon 11 NEED MONEVT PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM SIS 9, Suffolk Phone 0314100 OUR 31TH YEA* ON THE RANdC UVISTOCK- Otf s, Pet*, Supplies 53 AKC CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES for uale. Phone 581-3173 Horses, Cattle, Steck 54 Time to go riding! We have complete stock *f Horse Supplies, inc|. Harnesses RANGE FLOUR Ic FEED STOKE Frederick St. Phone Mi-1731 Poultry, Eggs, Supplies 55 80 LAYING HENS—year old — for sale. Phone 632-1390. 58 Per Inch ............ , ..... $2.00 Table Shewing Wanf-Ad Cost Wfc*n P^d B t Caih Rate 13 o Minimum 1,00 pay Days Days 15 words ..... 1.00 1.50 2.40 16 words ..... 1.07 1.60 2.58 17 words ..... 1.13 1.70 2.72 18 word ...... 1.20 1.80 2.88 19 words ..... 1.27 1.90 3.04 20 words ..... 1.33 2.00 3-20 25 words ..... 1.87 2.50 4.00 30 wordi . i . . . 2.00 3.00 4.80 How Ads Are Arranged ' WANT*APS Offerlni • place to llv* (uch as home, apartment, flat. room, should begin with the *tre*i and numbers; used oar with make of car; employment with kind i of work; business service with particular kind of work done. etc. Ad,* so starting, arranged alphabetically, come first In classifications, others follow. Hew to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing pro. position clearly, completely. Low word rates allow full description at •mall cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding It may be edited re-arranged to suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. , ERRORS In advertising should be * reported. Immediately. Th* Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insertion. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IHONWOOD LODGE No. 388 F, & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10. 1B85 7:30 p.m, Erwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y. Lost and Found LOST: PUHSE—brown tweed clutch— Saturday, M-28 and M-64 area. Return to Greyhound Bus Station, Waxelield, Reward. LOST—Charm bracelet—(10 grandchildren) in or near Wakefield Cooperative Supermarket — Frldsy. Lcnve at Co-op. Reward. LOST: GIRL'S WRISTWATCH—(gold Elgin)—Wednesday in vicinity Ironwood City Garage. Keepsake. Call 932-3384. Reward. Announcements 10 Heaving Aids, batteries and supplies — ZENITH & all makes MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES It Service — Iromvood Ph. 8:18-0510 HEARING AIDS—Repairs, batteries for all makes. Tri-State Hearing Aid Co. P.O. Box 203, Ashland, Wii. SERVICES- BUS! ness Services 1$ GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Eugene Stenroos Dial 1*1-3451 Wise. If Mich Licensed «t Bonded We repair Lawn Mowers BINGO fc SON GARAGE Phone 229-5212 Movina, Truckinf, Storage 90 Call SAFEWAY MOVWH5, I3(aj if local or long distance moving via ATLAS VAN LINES TV, Radio Service Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES It model* Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime. Roofing, Siding, Insulation 26 Your roof storm-damaged? NEED A NEW ROOF? Free estimates — Labor & material* LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY EMPLOYMENT-, Help Wgnted-FemaU NURSES AIDES, cook*, cleaning women—over 21. No experience necessary. Pleasant working conditions— local establishment. Write Box 8, Daily Globe. WOMAN—25 to 50 yea.rs old, preferred, lor cqttttg* and laundry work. Write, giving all details: Maple Grove He sort, Land O 1 Lakes, Wisconsin. Help Wont.d-Mole 33 BARTENDER WANTED for Mercer American Legion bar. Salary and commission, plus living quarters, nice and neat. Ideal job for married e'oup'c- MKSt furnish references. Call •Mercer 476-2104. FARM AND OARDEN- Farm, Dairy Products WATER PUMP WORKING RIGHT? Call 561-3444 for Sta-Rite Water Pumps and Service Range Co-op Sen-ices Hurley Wont-Adi Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rate First Throe Days - $1.50 - Second Throe Days Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 HOME AND BUSINESS*Article, for Sale 71 Dress up your home Vinyl floor covering-sq. yd. 1,15 Congownll-running ft. 49c Birch kitchen cabinets Wall and base—11 ft, complete with counter topping- Only $295 Bathroom' Sets-129.95 'COMPLETE with FITTINGS) D & B FREIGHT SALES Your RED FOlt Store in Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on MoLeed Ave. We deliver Ph. 932-4518 Easy Terms GARDEN " INSECTICIDES: CHLOH- DANE Dust, Weed Preventer, Garden Guard, Fruit Tree Spray, Sevin. etc. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE.—Irwd. MASSAGE-A-BELT—used very little. Very reasonable. Phone 561-4070. UPRIGHT PIANO^-$28. Electric stove (automatic oven) — WO. Toboggan pad—»3. See at 420 Greenbush. Firms, Implements, Supplies 59 fARMALL SUPER C, 'wide frofit with 2-bottom plow, spring 7-ft tooth drag and 7-ft tandem HHe new fpR.D TRACTOR SALES * SERVICE PRANK MILES It SONS SCO Division St. Hurley Ph. 5*1-4576 Get ready for YOUR HAYING SEASON See us for BALERS, HAKES, MOWERS and repair parts HAUTAIfEN IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere dealer Cloverland Dr. Ph. 932-4508 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ROVELL & COMPANY Phone 1-888-2410 Ewn, Michigan McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWfc, WANINK SALES «c SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7581 NEW HOLLAND BALER $1350, Rake— S485, John Deere Model N Power Spreader—$425, Hay Crimper — $350, Ford Mower—S250, Ford 671 Diesel Tractor w/!oader—$2500, Major Diesel Tractor^$2000. Other farm equipment. JOHN TROJAHN — Phone 832-4835. WIKE ROPE. ROLLER CHAIN, Hyd. Hoses, Pipe Fittings, Tarns. HOVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 832-1830 Ironwood, Mich. PertHUer, Sod, Topsoil 61 ...,-, v *»^, for gardens. $1 per pickup truck qr trailer load, '< mile North of Scotty's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-5461. Fruits and Vegetables JUST RECEIVED—LOAD FLOWERS, bedding plants, perennials, asparagus roots, raspberry bushes. Fresh produce: Leaf lettuce, asparagus, bluer berries, neaoh.es, cantaloupes. IjPE- CIALS) Delicious APPLES — 3 Ibs, 29c, Go)d.en delictous-Hb. 18c, C^i,ERY l»c, Endive—28q, Goqd cpokinf olfi Potatoes—20 Ibs. 1.29. New red fc white Potatoes. PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 808 3rd Ave. N. Ph. S91-425J TOMATO PLANTS fpr sal*. Inquire at White house, across from Peterson Mine- Phene Bessemer 667-580J leedi, Nursery Stock 67 POTTED PLANTS In bloom—for your window boxes and planters Large variety of BEDDING PLANTS, all popular vegetables, Shrubbery and evergreens. SULIIN GREENHOUSES 1 mile South of Norrle Park EVERGREENS * ALL CONTAINER STOCK + The most complete stock in the area ^ " :: • HETZI J.UNIPER • Andorra Juniper • SOVEN JUNIPER • Pyramidal Arbor Vitas American Arbor Vitae Black Hills Spruce Colorado Blue Spruce PQNDEROSA PINE Qlobe Arbor Vltae Mwgho Pin* DOUGLAS FIR Range Lawn & Garden Shop (RANGE FLOUR & FEEDS) Frederick St. Phone 932-1731 HOME AND BUSINESS* Artl.lt. for Sale 71 BEAUTIFUL ACCORDION 13.0-bass, 7- shift, Italian styled. Ilia Oreettbush Street, Ironwood. If It's QUALITY you want, Ifg Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men I Hurley Appliance & Furniture |10 Silver St. Ph. SB1 -9229 YOUR KITCHEN With Genuine Formica Counter Top: Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 Let's get cuttin' We have complete stock of famous Reo Power Mowers (• pile fc type for every need) Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 932-040} JUST ARRIVED — NEW SHIPMENT Spice Shelves (all sizes) Perfect for wedding Gifts BETH PERRY GIFT It YARN SHOP Seaman Bldg. Ironwood DINETTE SET, (walnut), buffet, table, 4 chairs — $30. Also set of dishes. Phone 932-5470. QQLF OI.UBS—(Sam Snenrt)—complett set. 223 South Curry Street, iron wood. ,. MECHANIC „ top inge Nneflt*. Apply 9«*ie- Co, AT ONCE Experienced Gardener (or 2 pr 3 weeks. Ca.ll 93M3«7. ,, terrtUiy -™- •te«4y Work, ioe4 pay. L. L. M»y, -MU Soutl, isln Street, O*k ' - . Wisconsin. Phone SO M4J1 or SO S- SWO. Situations Wonted-Male 37 RELIABLE HIGH SCHOOL Junior boy dpsire* summer job. Phone 13)- GOQD USED EQUIPMENT 1—Cprnmercial type R.QTQ TILLER 1—GRAVELY TRACTOR w/snaw blower attachments i-r-Merry ROTO TILLER O-HPI $75 I'—ARENS Demonstrator Roto Tiller I—Lamvert Power LAWN SWEEPER 30-in, I Like new). BEAUCHAMP ELECTRIC CO. Ill W. Aurora Ph. •32-2401 GOOD USfD MERCHANDISE 10-HP Johnsojn Se« Horse Outboard Bjy'i *»" fehwlnn Blcyol* » IMrtSTy P«WW Iliwn mowers Oeh\imi4ifi«r <4»ropnstr»t«r> \V» tr**t 8JEA.K8. ROEBUCK and CO. - Irwd. JUNGER8 HEATER (on«i burner).~Also «--*»b chimney—bath in good con- Phon» M4-J7M. PICNIC TABLE—(painted) and i chairs. Like new. Phone 224-6053. 60 x 108 PING PONG table top. J church doors |35 x 84). Fhone 932-4362. Building Materiel* 74 TIZZY—By Kate OSOJIB USED LUMBER—(enough for z'-car garage i windows, doors, overhead door. Reasonable. Don's Bar. Saxon, or call 893-2442. Business Equipment 75 S CASH REGISTERS, pop cooler, refrigerator — good condition. Phone Saxon 893-2432 after 6 p.m. STORE EQUIPMENT for sale! 1—6-ft. Show Case 1—4-drawer Hosiery Display table (natural birch finish) 1—Office Desk and Chair 4—Mannequins—(Boy size 8. Boy size 4, Girl size 2, Infant size—medium) 2—6-ft. Chrome Garment Racks 1—Costumer 1-—Chrome Hat Tree 5—Garment Stands Can be seen at the TOT SHOP 203 Silver St. Hurley Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 77 Furnishing a cottage? Try SANDRAN Floor Covering (still the BEST)' McKevitt, Kershner, Patrick Co. 212 S. Suffolk Ph. 932-1130 Guns, Sporting Ooods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merriweather. Mlcb. Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who has •nythlrif to give away and does not offer or attempt to offer any other things Cor sale, may place an ad in this column, Must be IN WRITING with name, address and phone number, There Is no charge to the advertiser. CHICKEN MANURE to be given away. Come and get it at 1120 Sutherland Avenue, Ironwood. HEAVY O'". PIANO—Come and pick it up m 3UCI West Galena Street, Bessemer, Michigan. ONE MALE KITTEN to be given away —part angora, nine weeks olrl Completely housebroken. Call 667-7341. VERY GOOD COAL AND WOOD range to be given away to a needy family. Phone Rockland 886-3824. "Herble told me he'd build me a golden staircase to the stars, but I think he just read it someplace!" HOME AND BUSINESS- Wanted to Buy 98 Copper Wire, Batten** — 1.50 Highest prices for all other scrap. (RICE AUTO Phonr 932-0800 WANTED: BATTERIES — I »» Copper & Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jessieville Phone 937-9830 WANTED Popple Box Bolts NAGEL LUMBER CO. Land O 1 Lakes, Wig, Ph. 547-3024 WANTED TO BUY!Men's baseball cleats — size 11. Phone 224-7381. RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 101 168 MICHIGAN AVENUE—3 room heated apartment. Water provided, separate access to basement. Inquire above address. Apartments, Furnished 109 REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE- Sale or Rent 124 733 CELIA STREET—Nent, S bedroom bungalow — garage. Inqure above address. 4UTOMOTIVE- Moblle Homes 130 CALL COLLECT for information on new or used M1OB1LE HOMES Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-8097 Ashland, Wis •oats, Motors, Accessories 131 I'A HP EVINRUDE—UK* new—S140 1709 Woolscy Street. Phone 667-B231. 14' ALUMA CRAFT — model FD, 1959 Johnson 35-HP motor, controls. Excel lent condition — »540. Phone Whlti Pine BB5-3621. DOWNTOWN IHONWOOD — furnished apartment—3 rooms and bath. Phone B32-OB86 after 6 p.m. GILE—Furnished 3 rooms and bath. Heat, hot water, downstuirs. Phone 501-5000. W. AVER ST. Attractive 4-room furnished, heated, downstairs apartment. Inquire 23.1 West Ayer. Phone 932-0803. Household Articles II GET professional carpet cleaning -results — rent Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampoocr. $1 per day. Gertz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture and Appliance, USED, FULLY GUARANTEED Electric Ranges Terms can be arranged. TED ELLOS APPLIANCE STORE Ironwood Ph. 932-1501 You'll love the new • Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever' Lake Superior Dist, Power Co. Ironwood Ph. •32-0300 Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 12 June's 4 Birthsstone - the PEARL A pleasure to own or give. A terrific selection of PEARL RINGS John Albert, Jeweler Kresge Bldg. Ironwood. Musical Merchandise •4 EXPERT ACCORDION REPAIR Accordion Players Available SAM VALENTPACCORDION School Hurley Ph. 561-4454 or 832-3275 USED RECORDS Galore Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT Ph. 832-3211 TV, Radio, Supplies •6 17" used Portable TV 1 ONLY — 15.95 GAMBLES — Ironwood Specials at the Stores •9 SEE US FOR USED Movie Projectors—$25 & up Ronnie's Camera Shop Michael's Bldg. Ironwood 91 Stoves, Furnaces, Parti used FURNACES, BLOWERS, Oil Tanks, Conversion BURNERS KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 832-2130 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals— Sales— SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPE WRITER- Ph. W2-0901 CLEANING fc Repair— Typewriters, office Machines GEOROB O 624 Leon«r4 St. P 94 RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, co?y apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood 932-2138. •usfnest Place* for Rent 111 SUFFOLK STREET—Office space lor rent. Will redecorate to suit. Phone B32-3B20 Houses for Rent 114 RAMSAY — ,1 room furnished home. Full bath, kitchen cabinets^ oil heat, nice location. Phone 663-4189. Wanted »e Rent 116 S BEDROOM HOME—Wakefield or Bessemer—wanted. Oil heat. R. McPherson. Phone 224-5911. REAL ISTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 15' Lyman Lapstrake Runabout windshield, center deck, convertible top 25-I1P elec. start Evinrudc. 1 ee Nee heavy duty trailer — $595 RAY SME'ETH' SPTG. GOODS Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 Bargains in Trucks RALPH ALLENDER Ph. 932-030 1963 Rambler Classic 4-Door Station Wagon C-cyl. Stand trans. VERY GOOD CONDITION C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Truck U.S.-2 .-it Douglas Phone 832-343 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars 134 :960 RAMBLER Station Wapon--stan- dard transmission, overdrive. poFJ* traction, radio, (zood tires. Reason, flblp. Phone 932-5107. SALVAGE BIDS Wanted 1958 Mercury Montclair CAN BE SEEN AT I Tau tun en Implement Co. ^lovcrland Drive Ironwood Submit bids on Post Card to P.O. Box 586 Ironwood Used Car Clearance REDUCED PRICES 1960 Ford Fairlane 500 4 door 1961 Ford 4 door 1959 Ford 4 door 1958 Ford 4 door 8595 S595 S175 $150 OU» ANCESTOR*-By Qtdncy 1957 Plymouth 4-dr 875 1955 Ford Pickup $295 (Half Ton) Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone HU1-5171 '62 Volkswagen sedan Radio, heater, whitcwalls. LOW MILEAGE Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 93J-1101 Volkswagen Trade-in '62 Ford Galaxie Snnliner Convertible Auto. V-8, power steering and brakes. Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Ironwood Phone 132-0710 LEGAl June 3,4,5. FURNISH Ji INSTALL ROOFING Sealed bids will be received by the Gogebic tiounty Airport Committee in the office of Airport Manager at Gogebic County Airport, Ironwood, Michigan up to 1:00 P.M. June 11, 1965 for the furnishing and installation of 100 rolls I more or less) of 80 Ib. slate roofing over present roofing. Total bid price must include itemized cost of materials and labor. All work to be completed not later than August 21, 1965. Specclfi- catlons mny be obtained by contacting the Airport Mgr. The Gogebic County Airport Committee reserves the right to waive any Informality in any bid, to fcject any or all bids, or to accept the lowest responsible bid on any or all items, JOHN E. KEVAHI, Mgr. Gogebic County Airport Ironwood, Michigan "Oh, being a genie living in a bottle my wish I'd be living in a jar." ain't bad, but If I had SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal It DOES MAKE HIM LOOK MASCULINE. New and Used Cars 134 120 ERW1N TOWNSHIP, South Davis Rond 3 bedroom home. Phone >32-078>. IP COMFORT COUNTS, inspect one of these: J 228 PARK Street ,' 300 S. LOWELL Street / 124 W. NORHIE Street J. W. HUSS, Realtor Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine phone 885-2041 Associates: Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3803 110 W. MICHIGAN AVENUE—t',i story, modern, 3 bedroom home. Desirable location. Phone 132-5503. 302 MOORE STREET. Bessemer — business building, suitable for business or skiers. $2500. Phone 6(7-2371 after 6 p.m. •27 PABST STREET—comfortable S bedroom home, near high school, with full basement. 2 fireplaces, 1'a baths, 2 large lots and garage. Ph. 932-2171. RAMSAY—NEW LOCATION — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace. Phone 667-4392. Completely Fascinatins; 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW with built- in garage. Choice corner, close in on the NORTHSJDE. Inspection by appointment. A. Lieberthal 6c Son, Realtor Sunshine's going to pop out some day See this 3 bedroom home on LAWRENCE ST. A fine family home with cozy living room with fireplace, automatic oil heat, l'-'j baths SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk Irnnwood Vacuum Cleaner* MAPUB CHEST— (Mr«w«r> |i* very jo«d condition— »S5. Phone S3S.1M8. top. MEN'S FOOTBALL CLEATS — site 7, lor sale. Call 224-7311. 3 npLLAWAY BEDS, davenport, porch (licler. 3 sectional chairs. Barleit He»t Lake Cabins, Manltowiih Water*. WU. „ C. J. APPLEBEHRY Ph. 932-1357 171 E. Michigan Av«., Ironwood 95 Wallpaper. Paints Your hem* n*ed OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 6834)49 lot fr** e»tlm«te, DON NEWMAN ROOFING * PAINTING CO. Us* OUT payment pl«n. WAKEFIELD — Country home for ml*. _ Phone 224-5301. Lakes, Retorts, Camps 121 CHOICE LAKE LOTS — on Pine Lake and Chancy Luke. $20 down und $20 per month. Also collages on various lakes. HOWARD HARDIE, Realtor Phone 501-5414 or 561-5088 MERCER LAKE— 2 bedrm. mod. home. Guest cabin, 17 acres. Owner will finance, Fair down payment. C. C. KEETON. Jr.— Real Estate Broker Phone 93Z-1912 PV 833-3452. PINE LAKE — Furnished 2 becjroom cottage. Electricity and w^ter, . 84.000. Will finance. Writ* |oy H, Daily Glebe. Keol istete All thoroughly Reconditioned '62 Ford 4-eloor Wagon Country Sedan V-S Power steering, Automatic '62 Galaxie 500 V-8, Auto '62 Fairlane 500 V-8. Auto. '61 Olds F-85, V-8. Auto. Bob Matz Motors Your FORD dealer Minocqua, Wis. Ph. 356-3242 1959 CATALINA 2 door sedan Good condition — Call 561-2662 IRON EXCHANGE BANK — Hurley Cheapies! all priced at $195 or LESS 1953 Chevrolet 1955 Pontiac 1955 Buick 1956 Buick 1956 Plymouth 1957 Ford 1957 Mercury 1957 Plymouth Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC - CMC DEAI-ER 237 E. Ayer Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 1963 CHEVROLET Carryall . . . A-l condition, one owner, 23,000 miles. 81500. Phone 032-2234. Wearing Apparel, Fur* For (hose SUMMBII WEI) Men, ITU! your Inrinal . ALBEFtT'S CLOTHING & SHOE»r •-j I SuIioUt ii. liouwood IF YOU. ARK INTEBESTPD IN A RETAIL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY that nets $15,000 p»r year, and cqsh down required is only •11,000, In a city of approximately 3,000 population, contact HOWARD HARDIE, Realtor Hurley, Wisconsin No telephone information. For SALE or LEASE ~ S MOTEL - Wakefieid lliwii.v U.S.-? IV..M1I, J MASCOTTI WANT-ADS in Ph. Dally dltb* ent*r C«JUf. 1962 CHEVBOLET 1MPALA Super Sport—hardtop, excellent. 1959 Chevrolet sedan—»375. Phone 667-2901. ~~1962 Chevrolet Sta. Wgn S-cyl. Excellent shape. CENTURY AUTO SALES—Jeep dealer Wukcfield Ph. 22B-3531 Choose One to PLEASE YOU 1964 Dodge Polara V-8 4-door Hardtop M6-J Plymouth fi-cyl. 2-door, automatic 1962 Chrysler 300 Hardtop I960 Oldsmohite 88 4-door 1959 Rambler 6-cyl. Wagon * * '* M963 Cruiser, Inc. 16-H Boat with 75-HP Johnson Motor and Trailer Gogebic Auto Co, Inc. CHKYSLKB-PLYMOUTH - IMPBRIA1- STUPEBAKEH JEEP ironwogd Phone iwa-saoo Bessemer Phone B67<8821 IBM DOD«B CORONET—* door—ilOO. House 4CU, Michigan Avemif, Mon- tr«ul, Wis. Circle Members Present Program Ontonagon-A meeting of the Siloa Church Women was held Tuesday evening at the church parlors. The program "Behind the Iron Curtain" was presented by members of Sarah Circle. Participating were Mrs Fred Glaser, Mrs. William James, Mrs. Richard Moilanen and Mrs. Henry Hill. During the business session it was voted to contribute $7.50 toward the expense of young people of the church who attend Bible Camp at Fortune Lake during the summer. It was announced that members of the graduating class who are members of,the church, will be honored at a reception following the morning service Sunday morning, June 6. Dorcas Circle will be in charge of the reception. Cards and letters of thanks were received from Mrs. Herman Peterson, Mrs. Arthur Nygard and Mrs. Edward J. Carlson. Thanks was also received from Bay Cliff Health Camp Committee for the donation made by the Siloa Church Women An invitation was received for members to attend a reception and tea Sunday afternoon, June 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. honoring Mrs. Bessie Nygard, grand committee woman of the Order of Eastern Star. The event will be held at the Masonic Hall with a program to be presented at 3 p.m. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed and lunch was served by members of Esther Circle. The next meeting will be held patient at Methodist Hospital Rochester, Minn. Vern McDonald, has returned from Kent, Wash., where he spent the winter months visiting his son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eckloff. Class Officers For Year Named ONTONAGON — After a period of active campaigning, officers of the Ontonagon High School were elected for the 1985-66 school year as follows: Seniors: President. David Rose- murgy; vice president. David Hill; secretary, Kristine Z i m - mer; treasurer, Joanne Niska; Student Council representative, Dean Jackson. Juniors: President, Victpria Schaffer; vice president, Jean Guzek; secretary, K a t h 1 e en Erickson; treasurer, Robert Bigge; Student Council representative, Jay Jackson. Sophomores: President James Lahtl; vice president, R o b e rt Seld; secretary, Janet Shanks; treasurer, Daniel Shamion; Student Council representative, Lois Kailunki. Freshmen: President. S'tan- ley Smydra; vice president, Kathleen Hawley; s ecr e - tary, Jane zimmer; treasurer, Ralph Dollhopf; Student Council representative, .Anthony Smydra. Eighth grade: President Gretchen Gleich; vice president, Joseph Smydra; secretary, Joanne Laitala; treasurer, Michael Winquist; Student Council Representative, Robert Gerzetich. Seventh grade: President. David Radovich; vice president. David Winquist; secretary, Mary Londo; treasurer, Phyllis Hegg; student Council representative, Jeff Jackson. Saw. group Circle as Student Council: President, July 6 with Ruth Circle in' Michael Smydra; vice president charge of the program and ;Fl ^ d Limdperg. the hostess < Tne president-elect serves as; | vice president during his junior' ' year and automatically becomes president during his senior year. ; In addition to the officers, the; Student Council consists of Stu« dent Council representativ e s Ontonagon Briefs 1951 DODGK—4 door, new motor, good tires—first $75 tak.es It. 930 Washington Street, Ironwoori. J99» KOKD ItANUI WACiON 43.000 actual miles. Good mprhnnk-Hl condition. SWEE TRAILER SALES PH. |«MU1 Mr and Mrs. William Rose- murgy and sons, Chrystal Falls, i spent the weekend visiting Mr. Hoseinurgy's mother Mrs. WU- j Hani Rosemurgy and family j Miss Kirnberly Hegg, who has i been attepding St. Benedict's; High School at St. Joseph, Minn., has arrived to spend her vacation visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Milton.Hegg. Clayton Strolle, Whitmore Lake, is visiting his son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strolle, and other relatives here. j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kukkoln i and children have' returned to i their home at Wlnthrop Harbor, 'ill., after visiting relatives here. I Leo Mazuifek is a surgical and class vice presidents. Benson Ford Named To Receive Award DAYTON, Ohio fAP)~B«sn50n Ford, vice president of Ford Motor Co, and chairman of Ha dealers' policy board, was awarded the National Community Service Award of the United Community Funds and Councils of America Wednesday night Avon Receives Grant WASHINGTON (AP) - Avon, Miqh., was awarded a $64,100 advance grant by the community Facilities Administration Wednesday to ^an water facilities. HALF SIZE SHEATH— Fashion's favorite style., the slenderizing sheath, is shown here in § smart version for the not so tall woman. Sew it easily and quickly. No. 8122 with PATT-O-JIAMA is in sizes 12V' 2 , 14Vj, 16V 2 , 18Vi, 20V 3 , 22'/s., 24Y3, 2«Vfe. Bust 33 to 47. Size 14V-J, 35 bust, sleeveless, 2% yards of 45-inch. 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. Exciting, inspiring, informative—the Spring fc Summer '«5 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion, Just SOc. Site/own Halts Work at AMC KENQSHA, Wis. (AP) — Production at American Motors Corp. assembly plant in Kenosha was halted Wednesday night by a sitdown. . ' company officials said 5,000 workers eventually walked out when told either to return to their jobs or go home. In Milwaukee, another 3,000 workers were sent home halfway through the night shift at the firm's body plant because of the Kenosha shutdown. George E. Gullen Jr., Arnerl- can Motors vice president, called the sitdown an illegal wildcat strike. The dispute reportedly was triggered by an argument tjt*. i tween a worker and companf I timekeepers.
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