Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, June 4, 1965
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREI 725 Brownies And Leaders Attend Rally One hundred and twenty five Brownie Scouts and their lead ers attended the Brownie Rally held at St. Mary Catholic Church. Hurley. The theme for the rally was "Brownie Fun Carnival" The rally opened with regis- . tration followed by presentation of standards, each troop being represented by the troop flag The Montreal troop served as color guard. The Pledge of Allegiance, and the Brownie Scout, Promise were given and all the 1 iroops sang "America." Each troop then presented a sandidate for the posture queen march and Marlene Lucas of j i Sleigh troop was chosen Range P Posture Queen. Mrs Jack Giovanoni placed the crown on Marlene's head, and the queen was .. presented with a gift of a Brownie diary. All the posture queen candi- 1 Sates were presented w i t h i Brownie scrapbooks and photo j albums. Other candidates were! Sharlene Wienen, Central, Dor-j cen Novascone, Bessemer 2; \ Barbara Koski, Bessemer 3;j Virginia Slanzi. Hurley Joyce: Cornetto, ?,lontreal. and GJoria j Ryskey. Maronisco. ! Mrs. Steve Obremski. Mrs D ; . T. Pltrone and Miss Dora Gen-; :ile w&re posture queen judges i Terry Lynn Jacobson Besse-j rner Troop 2. was crowned! Range Brownie Cookie Queen, having sold 82 boxes of cookies in the annual sale She received a Brownie locket and bracelet | js a gift. The following girls,! who were troop cookie queens, were presented with either a radio or a camera: Robin Mel- ihiori, Sleight; Polly Clemens, Central; Linda Kimball Bessemer 3; Janet Chartier, Hurley and Linda Marshall, Montreal Following the crowning of the queens, skits, carrying out the rally theme, were presented by aach.troop. The following, who were cookie princesses, were presented with Brownie lockets and bracelets: Valerie Bement, Sleight; Tammy Marshalek. Central;, Sandy Wuorinen, B e s s rri e r 2; Debbie Edyvean, Bessemer 3; Carla Rainaldo, Hurley, and Caroline Saari, Montreal. Lunch was served at noon by Mrs. Obremski and Miss Gentile assisted by the leaders of the various troops. The following leaders were in attendance with their troops: Hurley, St. Mary, Mrs. Joseph j Francis and Mrs Giovanoni: Ironwood, Sleight, Mrs. Clyde Randall and Mrs. Jerry Stutz: Central, Mrs. Ellis Wienen, Mrs. Raymond Richards and Mrs. Terry Mildren; Bessemer 2, Mrs. Bernard Jacob son and Mrs. Richard Koski: Bessemer 3, Mrs. Gloria Kimball and Mrs. Audrey Dahl Montreal, Mrs. Philip Mosconi, Mrs. Gene Sbraggia, Mrs. Ronald Tenlen and Mrs Harley Lichlenwalner; Marenisco, Mrs Clarence Ryskey and Mrs. Beverly Antoine. The program closed with all the girls singing Brownie songs years in high school — Jo Ann Aimtme, Justine Brack, Robert Constantini. Mary Ann Romanowski and Mary Lee Vernetti.j Perl ect attendance for two years - Rebecca Vanderschae j Graduation exercises for 21 gen. Donna Beth Soine, Marilyn i trainees, including three from Thr ee Finish Survey Course Rites Scheduled At White Pine Saari and Elizabeth Brecke. this area, completing a Man- Honorable mention for perfect! power Development and Train WHITE PINE- Baccalaureate attendance during the 1964-05 i ing Act iMDTAi program in exercises for the White Pine school year - Mary Lou Flat-'surveying for civil engineer' H |S h Scn ° o1 graduating class eau, Marvin Kellerman. Davirt ! aides are being held this after Wl11 be neld at 2 Sunday aftcr- Rignn* Marilyn Abraham Bar- noon in Fisher Hall on the Mich- noon ln the school's gymnasium. bara Bertolino. Allen C a r Ison.! igan Tech campus in Houghton Opening the program will be Rente Chandonais, Peter Con- The 48-week project was the the processional, for which the stamini. Mary D'Antonio. Tho- second retraining program for hl S J1 school band under the dir- mas &llis, Janice Gerry, D a r- lene Soine. Dianne Zaleskl. Lynn Franzoi. Pauline Giudici. Patri- civil engineering "aide .surveyors ectlon of Eugene Karjala. will conducted by Tech's Division of " Continuing Education and De-' Pom P and Circumstance The invocation will then be SALEM CONFIRMATION CLASS—Pictured above are the 12 members of the Salem Lutheran Confirmation and their pastor. the Rev. Kenneth L. Nerenz. Confirmation rites were held Sunday. May 16. Members of the class, left to right, are—back row: Diane Erickson, Diane Meyer, Gayle Swanbeck, Michael Palmgren, Mark Miller. Ned Lindberg; front row: William Trevarthen, Sandra Swanson, Carol English, Joneen Josephson, Kristine Lindberg, Karen Hill. (Modern Portrait Photo) Straits Bridge Issue Revived cia ieitza. Patricia Nagro. Ri'n • partment of Civil Engineering in given by the Rev George Luci Saarnio. Jean Erspamer. Mari- cooperation with the Mchigan ani. pastor of the Community nella Pezzetti, Christine Lerza Employment Security Cominis- Church in White Pine, followed and Albert Hoeft. sion iMESCi 'by a vocal duet, "I Waited for The purpose of the program the Lord" (Mendelssohn* by was to teach workers new skills! Debbie Tonkin and Karen Wilin areas with existing shortages meth. with Susan Makela ac- of trained personnel, according companying to Kenneth F Light, coordina- E. Hclakoski, the high school tor of technical education principal, will give the intro- Students graduating from this duction of the speaker, followed area are Raymond C Mikkota by the baccalaurate address by Toivola; Duane W Joki Mass: the Rev. Luctani. LANSING (AP) _ A Wayne ancl Clark K. Seymour Iron- A triple trio will then sing County Democrat has revived wood _ _ j " G '°'7 \° God in th ? HH l? heAs f-" , „ .. ,,. ,. ,. , - ! (WhitforK accompanied by Alex one of North Michigan s livele- ; Ramsay, and the benediction __ _ jiest issues— reduction of tolls on DO 7 WeS OT injuries wi]1 De g j ven Dy the Rev. Luci- trr 0 r,*m ,- n« • tlle Mackinac Bridge. DETROIT (APi — Russell, ani. «=„* T. IK «fl Tne issue was revived Thurs- Motz. 13. of Detroit, died Thurs- In closing the ceremony, the v vf i . g> iv* day when Rcp - Richai 'd A. day of injuries suffered Tucs- recessional "March" (by Mo- T oM.,y ;*„-„ , rgl ™ a . M° r " Young, D-Dearborn Heights, day v. hen his bicycle was hit by rissey) will be played by the n/, w « .- 2' »* n T 1 "" 'amended a Senate bill covering a car in Detroit. band. n, w « .- »* T to David Schimke. Mary Jo oil and gas serv erance tax <; Traczyk and Peggy You^g. levy on ^ e oil and gas taken! Certificate awards for plat- out of the ground) to raise form speakers — Mary Kay $500,000 a year and apply the Borowiec, Allen Carlson, Mary money to the financing of the Pat Endrizzi, Pat Ewanosk i , $100 million bridge Dennis Laurila, Mike Markow- | Consideration of the amend- ski. Christine Mezzano, Jean ment and the bill have been Ann Reader, Pat Rigoni, Donna i postponed until next Monday Beth Some, Rodney Stenr o o s , j "to allow any opponents to pre- Deanna Strick, Peter Sturgul; pa re their ammunition," Young and Joseph Traczyk. i sa id. National Latin examina- j His amendment would raise tioii awards were presented by ! the tax on the market price of Miss Mary Hambley, f oreign oil and gas produced from 2 per language instructor. Margaret i cent to 3 per cent and earmark Siebert received a certificate and medal of superlative merit; Donna Erspamer a certificate of superior merit; Cynthia Lewal- one-third of all revenues — or, the entire increase—to help pay off the bridge bonds. ! . RANGE BROWNIE COOKIE QUEEN — -shall, Montreal; Janet Chartier, Hurley; Terry Jacobson, left, Bessemer, was crowned Polly Clemens, Central, Ironwood, and Linda Range Browttie Cookie Queen at the Brownie Kimball. Bessemer Three. Robin Melchiori, Rally. She is pictured here with the other Sleight, Ironwood, is absent from the picture. Range Cookie, Queen candidates: Linda Mar- (Range Photo Service) Hurley High School Students Are Presented With Awards Hurley High School students received awards this morning for outstanding achievements and service during the 1964-65 school year. The school's annual convocation was the final all- school event of the school year and at its conclusion the students were given their final re- Saari, American Legion scholarship medal; Gary Miller, American Legion athletic medal; Donald Prosek, American I Legion music award; Mary Lou honors 1 Flateau, American Legion Aux- scholarship medal and also Veterans of Foreign Wars citizenship award. It was announced that the fol- under the direction of the Mon-jP 01 " 1 cards and then dismissed j lowing members of the graduat- treal leaders. for the summer vacation period. \ ing class have received scholar- Mrs. Francis and Mrs. Gio-' Commencement exercises for vanoni were chairmen of the rally and were assisted by Mrs. Obremski. Compensation Law Signed LANSING (AP — Gov. George RoniDey signed an expanded workmen's compensation law Thursday that makes Michigan benefits the highest among major industrial states. "This act will be viewed in futuie years as a major executive-legislative accomplishment of 1965," said Romney. Tl'.e bill increases maximum weekly benefits for injured workers from a scale of $33-$57 to $58-$91 effective Sept. 1. The maximums will further rise to $6l-$92 and $64-$93 each of the fcwo following years. Democrats had pushed for higher maximums but Romney held cut for levels he said would avoid discouraging business from entering or expanding in Michigan. The bill also: —Removes the 500-week limitation on benefits. —Provides for vocational rehabilitation services. —Expands coverage to private employers of one or more employes. —Removes the 10,500 limitation on benefits paid to silicosis victims. the 129 members of the senior class will be held at 8 tonight in the J.E. Murphy Gymnasium. During this morning's program gold pins were presented to the following members of the National Honor Society: Barbara Barto, Sharon Brack, Sanra Carli, Joanne Ciotti, Douglas Collins, Marilyn DeZur, Mary Lou Flateau, Linda Johnson, Alan Kangas, Gary Miller, Norene Nasi, Joan Norman, Richard Perlberg, Doris Saari, Karen Saari, Sally Sands, Roberta Stever, Jean Tarro, Linda Tir- adani and Rebecca Vander- schaegen. Special awards were presented to the following students: Karen ships: Sally Sands, Hurley Woman's Club scholarship; Douglas Collins, Area Parent-Teachers Association; Sandra Carli, American Federation of Teachers; Joanne Ciotti and Karen Saari, Northland College; Mary Lou Flateau, Gary Miller, Richard Perlberg and David Schimke Wisconsin State University at Platteville. Doris Saari and Jean Tarro, March of Dimes; Karen Allen, Montreal Parent-Teachers Association; Linda Johnsbn and Rebecca Vanderschaegen, Wisconsin State University at Superior; Marilyn DeZur and David Rigoni, Gile Flowage Association; Sharon Brack, Veterans of For- eign Wars; Patricia Kangas. Stout State University; Barbara Barto, Student Council, and Patricia Kangas, Ann Skaja Homemakers scholarship. School award medals were presented to Linda Tirandani for character, Douglas Collins for citizenship, John Traczyk for service, Doris Saari for scholarship, Gary Miller for leadership and Rebecca Vanderschaegen for forensics. Mary Lou Flateau received the Arion music award. Girls' physical education awards were presented by Miss Karen Aukee. Announcement was made that Paul Sturgul and Paul Flateau have been chosen to attend Badger Boys' State this month and that Marcia Hornick has been selected to attend Badger Girls' State. Students who won music badges at the festivals this spring were introduced. Forensic awards were presented by Miss Helen Weiser, speech instructor, as follows: "A" medal awards— Joanne Ciotti, Marcia Hornick, Patricia Loreti, Frank Miles, John Sic- chio, Paul Sturgul and Rebecca Vanderschaegen. Certificates of merit for team awards — Dennis Bruneau, Jan Cirilli, Douglas Collins, Richard Announcing tht Winntn of HIAWATHA TRADING POST DRAWING 1st prize—Mr. William Rascha Fairmont, Minnesota 2nd prizt—Shirley Milljour Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can. 3rd price—Kurt Hovey Ironwood, Michigan 4th prize- Mrs- John Wernham Harding St., Ironwood 5th prize- Mrs. George Johnson Superior St., Ironwood 6th prize- Mrs. Marion Koslovieh Broadway St., Ironwood (Offieiat Draw«r.Carr Ktlpeiim) Ijfcj i NOTICE!... COTTAGE OWNERS - RESORT OWNERS-RURAL HOME OWNERS! Ryter's QUICK-JOHN "Just figuring roughly, I: len, Marilyn Saari and J o h n could reduce the toll by about! Luino. certificates of honorable $1," he added. Private automo-i merit, and Peter Constantini. j biles now pay $3.75 each way to' Daniei Ehnbom, Anna M a r i e j cross the span linking Michi-! Engstrom, Donna Erspamer, Ri-! gan's two peninsulas. When the ta Saarnio and Margaret Sie-j bridge is paid off, the extra rev- bert. National Latin Honor So-! enues would be diverted into the ciety certificates. "H" pin awards were p r e - viously presented to the f o 1 lowing students for service to the school: general fund treasury. Office assistants Grace The name of the Sicilian dance, tarantella, is popularly ascribed J to the tarantula, the big h a i ry | spider whose bite was thought! Weber, Gerri Saari, Christine! 10 induce melancholy and a> Mezzano, Mary Ann Romanow-1 dancing frenzy, the National ski. Bonnie Darin, Carol Bozin- i Geographic says. Some author- ski and Bonnie Clement. Assistant librarians — Ginny Morris, Kathy Bino, Marga ret Abraham, Becky Vanderschae- gen, Joan Thompson, Carol Sunell, Peggy Young, Betsy Rostollan, Dianne DeCarlo, Chfryl Huotari, Lee Ann Kieber, Mamie Rautio, Pat Rigoni. Colleen DaPra, Sandy C a r 1 i, | Cindy Anderson, Cindy Rpstol- i Ian. Dianne Trolla, Jo Ann! Lundgren, Jean Erspamer and! Janice Allen. Special service to the library- Donald Prosek and Joseph Traczyk. Choir accompanists — B a r- bara Barto, Doris Saari, Mari- ! ann Odorizzi and Susan Baima. Senior cafeteria help — Cheryli Huotari and Sandra Hanson. Perfect attendance for t h r ee ities, however, say the dance originated in Taranto, on the Italian mainland. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Featuring our fabulous ITALIAN FOODS Your choice of ravioli, gnocchi, ho-made noodles or chicken cacciatore—only $1.50 including salad. LIBERTY BELL CHALET In Hurley NEW! 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