Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN! THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. Elaine Hanson Marks Birthday Anniversary WAKEFIELD — Elaine Hanson marked her sixth birthday anniversary with a party at the home. 01 Mr. and Mrs. Charlse Picoidi Tuesday after n o o n. Dames were played and Elaine was presented with, many lovely gilts. A "bunny" cake centered the table. Attending the part y were Joan. Jackie and Joey Francesia, Bobbie and Ricky Picoidi and Elaine's brother. Jimmie Mrs. Picoidi was the hostess. Head lo the BALKAN INN BIG Fun BIG Dance TONIGHT Music by RUSSBELANGEH fc BALKAN STRINGS BALKAN INN Wakeiield Wakefield Briefs Mr and Mrs. A. F. Spencer, and daughter, Miss Esther, Flint, are guests at the home of' the Spencers niece and nephew.' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Swanson. | Lakeshore Drive. ; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Steffi and family visited in Beloit, Wis., with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rlnta-i maki. ; Joseph Marczak visited his ; wife in Milwaukee. Mrs. Marc- j zak recently received surgery at| a Rochester hospital. On his re-i turn he was accompanied by! his sor>, David, who has been vis-! iting in Milwaukee the past; • month. | i Mrs. Al Backlund, daught e r.! i Peggy, Lloyd Dalbeck and Lini da WaeJcer motored to Minneapolis last weekend to vi s i t friends. While there Mrs. Backlund visited Anton Wodraz k a , | who is a'heart surgery patient at the University Hospital. M r s. Wodrnzka is also in Minneapolis with her husband. Weekend guests at the Eugene Grossbicr home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bubolz and family and Waller Dahl of Marshfield, , Wis. They were accompan 1 e d ; by Steve Orossbier, who has I been visiting at the Bubolz home ' since July 5. Daniel Bubolz, Marshfield, has been a guest at the Grossbier home since June 26. Mrs Bubolz is a Tnother to Mrs. Orossbier. The Grossbiers are former Marshfield residents.! Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steven-1 son and children, Luanne and • Susan, have returned to t h ei r home in Lansing after spending a week's vacation with Mr. Stevenson's mother, Mrs. Mary Stevenson. Automakers Plan Safety Program meetings, Romney and a bi- • exactly what the surplus is at, before the supper. A two tiered partisan group of legislators this moment," Romney said.: vvhitc cake decorated in pink "We won't know until the; roses centered the table. Follow^v,..,*o „.. ,«v- -lapses' (appropriations unused' ing the supper the group attend- Romney staff member said. Jin the past fiscal year by state, ed the movie in the local mea- partisan group of legislators "agreed in general on a number ol specifics on fiscal reform, They looked at, a modest-! agencies) are in - about theater, increase budget plan that will'middle of September." icquire 198 million in new The Auto- revenues by June 30. 1968. This i j I n II JIT nciiuiuijvauu, ji«-» Adele Backlund, Iz, iJanelle Backlund. program. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cheney,, The presidents of Ford Motor Waterloo, Iowa, renewed ac- Co.. American Motors Corp.. quaintances and visited friends General Motors Corp.. and here this week. Mr. Cheney op- ' Chrysler Corp. were enlisted by crated a restaurant in Wake- ; lr ,e association as a committee DETROIT i APt mobile Manufacturers Assocla- f igure was"hit" upon "primarily,,, „. , , lion acted Wednesday to draft ; for planning purposes." Rom- Has Birthday Party WAKEFIELD — Adele Guests included Myra Johnson, Judy Negri, Judy Sharon, Jean i Hendrickson, 3herry Bessen and an industrywide auto safety ncv field many years ago and is well known here. Plans for meeting this spending outline and possible alterna- lives will be drawn up by s staff before the next of the group, July 30. The meeting Wednesday lund celebrated her Back-; twelfth! Mrs. ess. Backlund was the host- luiiu ^cicui ai-cu iic-i t/ w *_. i mi| . -j . . . brithday anniversary Satur d a y 4-H ClUD MOS Meeting her h ho a m 6 c P ' m ' supper ^ "IAt J. Kirchncr Home Games entertained the guests ! WAKEFIELD - The Country' side 4-H Club met recently at the home- of the leader, Mrs. Joseph K'.rchner. The next meeting will be held on July 28 and will be tn the form of a picnic at the Ramsay Park, at which time a planner! potluck lunch will be served. The mothers of the memberF have been Invited as guests at the picnic. Following the last meeting, the girls made a tour of the various gardens of the members and reported that the gardens are successful. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS "to undertake at once the prep- , aratlon of plans for a coopera-i > avc u » a ^tter general sense Mrs. James Davey has re-! live program to expand the' of direction than of any meeting ccived word of the death of her industry's efforts in the field of; so J ar ° Romney said, grandmother, Mrs. Mary ster- automotive safety." ! He **f seconded toy Rep. nig of Milwaukee. The Daveys The development came as a^eorge Montgomery, D-Detroit, v/111 attend the funeral at Mil-!Senate subcommittee conducted cnanman 01 tne House .taxation waukee on Friday ! hearings in Washington on auto Committee. Montgomery said y safety measures ' nere was some coming ro- The congregation and the, Th nroei-'m'wtll concentrate ; gether of minds on specific Sunday School at Wakcf i e 1 d; ..,„ ? lieP °°''': 0 7 accident ore ' P° lnts of a Program." Apostolic Lutheran Church will \ ^Hon safety research and' Romney restated an earlier hold their annual picnic Sunday,'.,,- ni'nhipm nf tnr -worm 1 promise to present his own prop Ul l 25 /T a 'l C n y ' a* th ! ncount y collision?!rwh°ch occupants of 8'' am .'^f the possibility of a Park at Lake Gogetaic. All mem- , accident strike the '^Partisan program becomes bers of the church and their i f ntea ,| 01 or [££ auto*"" said, hopeless....but I'm hopeful that iMckrVous uFlPS A RtftL OOU WITH 30 MILLION HEM. DOLLARS FIND A o f A L DAD XMONG THE fAM?LY JEWELS SEBOAN CABOT-MISS DONNA BUTTERWQRJH h«luc^«nd Dirked by JERRY L£W^Writl»nbtJ£^liWB art BIUMCHMOW I TOMORROW! • EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 • MATINEE SAT. 2:00 • COLOR CARTOON RONWOO LAST TIMES TONIGHT! // HAYLEY MILLS "Eiiierv/ TONY RANDALL The Truth About Spring FLUFFY IRONWOOD Open 8:00 • Starts 9:00 RESTLESS, KCKIESS, ROVING TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY FUN FILLED SECOND FEATURE Tony Gntte * Christine ftaufmann mlulmtnCOLOR families are invited. and Mrs. Richard Koell- association president Roy | Abcrnethy. become The budgets talked about by ner, son. Jimmie, and daughter, I Abernethy. as president of i Uie sroup would add S25 million Mari Ann, Milwaukee, arrived American Motors, is one of the ••'" new . Programs in 1966-67, and Tuesday to visit Mrs. Koellner's: four committee members. The: r 1 . 29 mil " m in 1967-68, in addi- mother, Mrs. Ann Benson, Ply- others are GM's president tlon to . tne automatic year-to- mouth Road, and Mrs. Koell-' -Tafes M. Roche, Ford's Arjayi^f, increases. Even a no- ner's brother in law and sister, R. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. John Geroux. and! Townsend. Chrysler's Lvnn : service-increase budget would; VvIIlytjltl S IjJllU ..... .. __t|_, nf «J A1nO „, = ! family, Castile Road. Mrs. Koellner is the former Nona! Benson of Wakefield. The association named auto safety committee in a special board meeting. Abernethy said the committee i plans to work closely with the' U. S. Department of Commerce! in the development of the . Auto industry and top engineering are scheduled to meet Monday in Washington Secretary of Commerce whittle the estimated S128 mil- jls lion surplus now on hand down next with John Mr. and Mrs. David Trezise and family left Tuesday after a brief visit with his parents, Mr. end Mrs. H. L. Trezise. David is chief of the legal staff of the labor relations department of the Westinghouse Electric Company in Pittsburgh, Pa. Brenda Backlund has re- Connor, the association said, turned from Waukcgan. ill.,; Abernethy said when a plan where she spent a summer vaca- j is prepared It will be submitted tion with Mr. and Mrs. Duaneito the association's board for Dalbeck and at Kenosha where 1 approval. she visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald The board meeting Wednes- Laine - i day was attended by Roche; Mr. 'and Mrs. Gerald Lain ey Abernethy: Miller: Frederic and daughter, Renee. Kenosha. : Donner - GM boarcl chairfan; are spending a two week vaca-i Ricnard E - Cross, AMC board tion here with relatives and > chairman; Henry Ford II, Ford to $6 million by the end of! 1966-67, and plunge the state 1 into debt a year agreed. The House Ways and Means Committee estimates the present surplus at S132 million. "Our figures are very close." Romney and the Democratic legislators agreed. "No one on earth can tell you friends. Howes Attend Groom's Reception at Ann Arbor WAKEFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. John Howe and son, John, have returned from Ann Arbor, where they spent the weekend visiting their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nickolas Genova. 1475 Ravenswood Drive. On | Saturday, the Howes attended a groom's reception for their son in law and daughter board chairman, and Ralph M. Buzard. executive vice president of International Harvester. Progress Made On Tax Reform In Appreciation The Family of the late Mrs. Etla Wetelainen Wakefield wishes to acknowledge the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy. By AL SANDNER Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP)—Gov. George held '' Romney says he hopes to have at the Veteran of Foreign Wars; a bipartisan tax reform pro- Hall. More than 250 guests were in attendance at this event. A dinner was held followed by a social time and dancing. The couple was presented with many lovely gifts and a purse of money. Mrs Geneva is the former Sharon Lee Howe. ;ram ready in bill form when the legislature returns for its fall session. Sept. 14. In another in a long series of WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Tonight and Friday Twice Evenings at 6:45 & 9:00 CARROLL BAKER GEORGE MAHARIS Also Selected Shoit Features Harding Club to Make Plans for Fair Float BESSEMER — The Harcli n g Community 4-H Club met Monday, July 12, for a re g u 1 a r meeting with 13 members a t tending. It was decided to have a special meeting later this month to plan for a float for the Gogebic County Fair. A 11 members are asked to bring an idea for a float to this meeting. 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