Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 10, 1965 · Page 13
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THURSDAY, JUNE 10,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THIRtfIN , Reception and Tea to Honor Bessie Nygard ONTONAOON - North Star Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Will how a reception and tea honoring Bessie Nygard, grand commltteewoman, at the Masonic Hall Sunday afternoon, June 13, frtm 2 to 4 p.m. A program will be held at a, Friends, relatives and members are Invited to attend. Demo Official Here Miss Adelaide Hart of Detroit, vice chairman of the Democratic State Central Com* mittee of Michigan, will be In Ironwood next Monday, Ju n e 14, local Democratic Party officials have announced. A dinner meeting will be held at 6 that evening at the Ot. James Hotel. All, interested men and women are invited to attend Miss Hart will speak about the Legislative Information for Teamwork (LIFT) program. Boy, 14, Falls From Automobile, Killed WYANDOTTE (AP) — Walter Whitmore Jr., 14, of Wyandotte, was killed Wednesday when he fell out of the car his mother was backing from their driveway and the vehicle ran over him. Bus Service Approved LANSING (AP)—The Public Service Commission has announced the approval of a but operation for Benton Harbor area school children from Chadwick, Shanghai and Mount Pleasant school districts Wafer Levels Are Above '64 LANSING (AP) — Ground water level trend* In Lower Michigan were mixed during May although levels generally were higher than at this time last year, the U S. Geological Survey reports. In the Upper Peninsula, the key well In Marquette showed mbutantlal rtM after heavy rains. Well levels in Mason, Roa- common, Grattot and Oakland counties were above average and the Oakland level was Mar the record high The U. 8, Patent Office maintains a rare bargain. The fee for filing a patent application has remained $30 since 17M. "Ah! I see Mr, Lincoln is already here I' PTAOfficers For Next Year Are Announced WAKEFIELD - The W a k e- fleld Parent-Teacher As- lociatlon officers for the year 1905-68 are as follows; President, P a n i e 1 Mestnik; vice president, Mrs. D o n aid Relnhardt; secretary, Mrs. Gas* per Draxler; treasurer, Ron»10 Koponen; school represent- itlye, Harry B. Butter; legislation, Carl Kleimola; parliament* irttn, Eugene Maki; auditor, Joseph Forini. The room mothers are Mrs. John Qerqux, chairman, in t h e Central School; and Mrs. Erie Hakan 4 aki, chairman, in the MacDonald School. The PTA committees for the year 1965-66 are as follows; Program, Mrs, J, R. Franck, chairman; Mrs. Carl Kleimola, Mrs. Anna Mattson, Mrs, Arnold Korpi, Mr«. Paul King, Mrs. James Davey. Membership, Mrs. B e r nard OlejniesaK, chairman; Mrs Rutlr Potter, Mr*. Eli MUJe- Wch, Budget and finance, Reuben Maki, John Finqq, Marry B. Butter, Mrs, James; Gi 1 b e r.t, Mr*. Charles Drier, Mrs Donald Nteml, Mrs, William Pikka, Peter Petranek, Mrs, Ben Pianich, Gary Heath, Allah pavidson, Hospitality, Mrs, David Saw- isHi, chairman;; Mrs. Harry Sawasld, Mrs Eugene Vittone Mrs./ Claude. Cowling. Lurtqli, Mrs, Vernon ISolberg Mrs. Joseph Negri, Miss Joan Mrs. Wilbert Jun ttla; pianist, Mrs. Alberta Good ley; publicity, Mrs, Arnold Iwanson. ' marvelous mixer t great straight! FRESH approach to refreshment «Myri|ht IMS, Cflmp»n» BAIMA IIVIRAOI CO*, INC. j ; IRONWQOD A HUILEY GETS SCHOLARSHIP—Ralph ryiH, a 1985 Bergland High School graduate, has been awarded the Bergland PTA scholarship to Gogebic Community College. He will enroll at OCC next fall and hopes to become a secondary instructor of mathematics and history. He is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fruik of Bergland. Ferris Honors 3 Area Students BIG RAPIDS ~ William A Montesl of Bessemer, Brian C Anderson of Ironwood and Verle H Wiita of Wakefield were among the nearly 200 Fer r i s State College students honored lor outstanding scholarship a t ;he traditional spring Academic Honors Banquet. Serving as a banquet highlight was an address by Hope College president Dr. Calvin Vanflpr Werf entitled "Ypu and the Knowledge Explosion." Honored were FSC stud e nts who have compiled a consistent- 13- high honor-point average, students who have merited specific academic awards, and those who this year were selected for listing in Who's WhOvA m b n g Students in American Colleges and Universities. Montesi, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Montesi, was gaj- uted for high scholastic achievement Monte,si U a heavy equipment and dlesei repair major in the college's Trade and Industrial Division. Anderggn, son of Mr, and Mrs, R. n, Anderson, w»s saluted for high scholastic; achievement. Anderson is an accounting major in the college's School of Commerce. ^ Wiita, the son Qf Mr/and Mrs. w. Wiita, was saluted for high scholastic achievem e n t. Wiita is a major in the college's School of Pharmacy. Workman Is Killed RIVER ROUQE (AP) -r- Howard j. Neadow, 38, of Wyandotte was Killed Wednesday when he fell from a third floor landing at a Qreat i^aHes Steel Corp. plant where he was employed here, ""^^••^•"^"•^•^••••"•^i^""—^^^ ,' USE DAILY QU)BE WANT,ADS Bakery ORANGE. JULEP CAKE 59c 79e & 99e ILUIRfJRY BISMARKS 65 H*1*NT A M A BREAD ..... 4 lnm 49 AN9K ANOIl CAKES A SUNSHINI EA. ;\u JL.J- • ^\ S \\N ! Vi \ saving are Easy &AVIN&& and 41 « Valu Selectm! CENTER CUT PORK LOIN ROAST SUPER V/ALU Michigan STRAWBERRIES TWO FULL QUARTS 98 *•••••••t«t****«*«t••*§•*••••• VINE nn Tomatoes 29s VALENCIA ORANGES •«• 49 VAN CAMP'S VEGETARIAN BEANS or PORK BEANS Valu (elected Tenderloin or Center Cut PORK CHOPS ( Ib. 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