Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 11, 1965 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Friday, June 11, 1965
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TWO I RON WOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1965. 1 Election to Be Held on Monday RAMSAY — The annual school election for the Bessemei Township School District will be held Monday, June 14. at which time the voters will be asked to go to the polls and vote for two members of the school board: to express their wishes in regard to the merger of Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties into one Intermediate school district; and to approve continued permission for the school district to lew sufficient funds for the operation of their school. Candidates lor the two offices for member of the board of education are incumbents, Floyd V. Jacobson and Peter V Mon- tonati; former board member, George A. Helkkinen, and Donald J. Hewitt. Voting will take place in the Bessemer Township Hall at Ramsay for Precinct 1 electors, and at the Wilho Coleman residence in South Bessemer for precinct 2 electors. The polls will open at 7 in the morning and will remain open without interruption until 8 in the evening Both times are Eastern Standard Time. Election personnel for Precinct 1 are Victor Jacobson, Louise Kinnunen, Valerie Stone Celia Koski and Mary Sakalos. 'Serving on the Precinct 2 election board are Domenic Rigoni, Agnes Flaa Ivy Gustafson, Hiski Romo and Hilda Gustafson. Children Will Give Program WAKEFIELD — The closing program of the Vacation Bible School of the Bethany Lutheran Church .will be held Sunday ; evening at 7 at the church. ; The theme for the week's studies has been, "God's Children Pray." The program will include Bible passages, songs and recitations taken from the lessons taught during the week. Lunch will be served after the program with a treat for the children. Projects will be on display in the church parlors. Classes have been in session at the MacDonald School f r om Monday through today The total enrollment was 05 Teachers and staff members were the following: Nursery, Juleanne Suomi; kindergarten, Paula Jarvi and Mrs. Donald Fez- zettl; primary, Mrs. Kenneth Wienandt and Mrs Vernon Jarvi; juniors, Mrs. Arne Sturkol and the Rev. T. Miettinen. Project leaders were Mrs Charles Drier and Mrs. William Suomi DANCf - DANCE - DANCE SATURDAY NITE - MUSIC & GALAXIES White Birch Inn BESSEMER MUSIC By: JOHN and DON SATURDAY NIGHT at the ranges top fun spot! Fish ft Shrimp Fry Friday Chicken, Pizza and Ravioli Saturday SPORTS BAR In Wakefield Radio Dispatched Wakefield Briefs 1st Lt. and Mrs. Robert Schiltz. Jacksonville, N. C., are spending several days visiting Lt. Schiltz' mother, Mrs Marie Schiltz. and the parents o f Mrs. Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, Ishpeming. Mr. and Mrs. Tauno Wertanen, daughter, Paulette son, Norman, and Mrs. Gust Wuorinen left today on a two week vacation in Tampa, Fla. While in Tampa they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Wertanen and Mr. and Mrs Robert Jones. Mrs. Jones is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wuorinen Mrs. Dorothy Batin i c h daughter, JoAnn, and Ellen Stein, were in Duluth Wednesday where JoAnn had eye surgery. They returned the same day, and JoAnn Is now at home recuperating. Mrs. Ralph Olson and daughter, Margaret, are visiting i n Grayslake, 111., with Mr and Mrs. Walter Burke, and t h e Burkes two-week old son. Mrs Burke is the former Jean Olson. The Apostolic Lutheran Church will hold special services Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. August Torola, Finland, w i l conduct the services. The Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold worship services at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday. Parents are encouraged to bring their children to the family worship, as Sunday School has been dismissed for the summer. The American Legion G e r - oux Post will hold a meeti n g Saturday night at 7 at the post lome on River Street. On t h e agenda is the election of o f icers, and further discussion of :th of July plans. 136 Enrolled in Vacation School WAKEFIELD—The first week enrollment of the First ano^ Immanuel Lutheran Churches Daiy Vacation Bible School has been reported as 136 students, by Mrs. Ruth Potter, co-director of the two week religious instruction school. Classes began Monday, being held in the First Lutheran Education Building and worship services being held in the First Lutheran Church. Children are divided into grades, and teachers are as follows: Nursery, Arlene Potter, Renee Dillon; kindergarten, Kittv Johns, Barbara Pikka; 1st grade, John Bruno; 2nd Mrs. Walter Bloomquist, Judy Salmi, assistant; 3rd, Greta Berg, Sarah Osier, assistant. 4th, Barbara Salmi, D a r 1 a Jasbery, Jill Wasielewski assistant; 5th, Mrs. Eugene Hanson; 6th, Mrs. Selma Cabianca; 7th, Mrs. Rudolph Kemppainen: 8th, Mrs. Raymond Hill. Co-directors of the Vacation Bible School are Mrs. Nels Seppa, Mrs. Lempi Saari and Mrs Ruth Potter. Treasurer is Mrs. Carl Hill, and publicity chairman is Mrs. Lauri Maki. Students report to classes at 9 a.m. for class study and project work, and are divided into three age groups for musical instruction under the direction of Mrs. Wallace Leno and Jerry Geroux, accompanist. The general worship service is held at 11 a.m in the church with the Rev. Rudolph Kemppainen and the Rev. Wallace Leno conducting the service. Daily classes are scheduled to continue for another week, with the students presenting a program and achievement night next Thursday evening The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Nancy faces the same problem that confronts millions of other coeds in high school and college. For men are poor at conversation. So you girls must learn the art of starting the dialogue and then speeding it up, or or you will never rate high as "date Bait." Study this case carefully; then send for the booklet. CASE W-417: Nancy P., aged 16, is a quiet high school junior. "Dr. Crane," she began, "I'd like to be friends with some of the boys in my classes, but they don't talk much "Since I am shy myself, we may sit beside each other for Honor Roll Given For High School BESSEMER — The A.D. Johnston High School has listed the final honor roll of the 1964-65 school year. Four students, two seniors and two juniors, have made the "A," honor roll. They are Cheryl Jansson and Francis Mussatti, seniors, and Noel Massie and William Reini, juniors. Students on the "B" honor roll are as follows: Seniors — Cheryl Beckman, Marilyn Berlin, James Bersano, Gregory Bonovetz, Jacquel i n e Burt, Paul Busch, Roseann Chernak, Margaret DaPra, Bernadine D r a z k p w ski, Patricia Erickson, Dennis Gustafson, Larry Haapoja, Joan Hill, L a d d Honkala, Judy Huhtala, James Ippolite, Donna Kleimola, Alan Korpi, Mrs. Victoria Koski, Susan Kriska, Peter Marczak, Patricia Margetta, Edward Mascotti, Gary Niemi, Darrell Nordquist, Diane Obradovich, Jerry Peterson, Andre Re, Bruce Richardson, William Ryan, Gretchen Sandquist, T h e r s a Web e r, George Zuchowski. Juniors — Donald Carpenedo, Paul Carpenedo, Michael De- Marte, David Fior,i, Carol Kuismi, Nancy Lampart, Mitchell LeClaire, Donna Levelius, Jerry Lukach, Dorinda Lund, James Maccani, Virginia Maki, Arthur Mattson, James McCarthy, Margaret Mussatti, Diana Niemi, Thomas Partanen, Judith Peterson, Andrea Pusakulich, Robert Re, Patricia Vestich. Sophomores — Gail Allen, Judy Benetti, Mary Jane Berwald. Jack Bravatto, George Carpenedo, Mary Lee Doane, Elizabeth Elias, Charlene Erickson, John Ford, Linda Georgie, Janice Hendrickson, Barbara Ippolite, William Joki, Gloria Matonich, James Milakovich, Carole Oravecz, Faye Parolari, Danny Perotti, Paulette Perotti, Linda Pus- akulich, Joseph Rocco, Judy Rooni, Charlotte Schwartz Richard Syrjala, Cheryl Ulvinen, Nancy Williamson. Bessemer Briefs the full class hour without saying a word. "There is one boy that I like more than the others. He a n d I have seats next to each other In geometry class. "But we rarely say a word, so how can I ever expect him to ask me for a date? DATE BAIT Girls, the average boy is not glib at small talk. So you coeds must realize at the outset that girls need to be adept at luanching gay conversation. Don't wait for the boy i n your class to begin, for he will be more awkward than you. And when you finally get conversation moving, just remember that It offers a lot of inertia. Like the automobile in cold weather, you must not onlyvget it started, but then shift through various gears before it will roll along of its own momentum. Repartee, dialogue, casual conversation these are Rtady-Mix Concrete Co. Old Penokee Mine Site IRONWOOD 932-3540 932-3141 Concrete Any where. Anytime of the Year—Sand. Gravel and Concrete Reinforcing Reading Enrichment Program Announced RAMSAY — Librarian Richard V. Ossanna of the Bessemer Township Public Library announces a summer reading enrichment program for students who were in grades 1-6 during the past school year. On Tuesdays from 9-11 a.m., Grades 1-3 will library. Books The Harding Community Club will meet Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the communjjy club house- Hostesses will be Mrs. Thomas Korpi, Mrs. Reino Nieme and Mrs. Gust Saari. Mrs. Mervin Williams and son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Birthiaume, Bay City, vacationed at the home of Mrs. Frank Hoffner. Mrs. Williams is the former Jessie Sherman who was reared here. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Anderson have returned to West Allis, Wis., after visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bruno Thom- asini, and with his brother in aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs August Johnson and the Brian Faffords. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Surta, Pontiac, who visited witt Mrs. Kurta's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fafford, and her grandmother, Mrs.—Thomasini and other relatives. much like that automobile o n the cold winter morning. Your opening greeting is simply comparable to the auto's starter. It gets the machinery of conversation off dead center. But you must then shift into low, second and finally high hear before your dialogue' will figuratively get past the 40-mile per hour speed where it will roll along of its own momentum. And as you add your part of the dialogue, try to fade out with a question. For a question mark is shaped like a fishhook. So it will "hook" your c o m- panion into easily return! n g with his next instalment of the dialogue. Fade out with a question mark instead of a period! For xample: "Hi, Bill," Nancy can gayly greet her companion, "y o u wide awake and rested. D i d ou get a good night's sleep?" "Uh huh," may be his laconic eply. Since he didn't fade out.with question mark, he hasn't re- urned Nancy a cue so she must again try to prod him into more active conversation. "Did you watch the ball game on TV last night?" she can per- ist, and that final question mark will hook him back into ome sort of reply. If he again says "Uh huh" but adds nothing more, then nquire if he prefers to sit in he bleachers to watch the ame or view It on television at home? Sooner or later, he will add few more words than h i s 'Uh huh" and finally Nancy will have conversation up to 40 miles per hour. Then they can laugh and carry on effortless repartee, for ,he' momentum will carry the dialogue along. But if a pause finally occurs, remember the "H-E-L-P" formula and use it to speed up the dialogue. That "H" refers to "Hobbies." The "E" includes "En ;ertainment," such as movies, Drive-Ins,-stage plays, s p o r ts, etc. reading interest will be placed on the tables and the children will be assisted in choosing the book suitable for them. If time permits, a story will be told to the children. on Thursdays, from 9 to 11 a.m., Grades 4-6 will get the same service. MUSIC DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF MIKE RYDESKI A RED BARBERA MUSIC SATURDAY DANCE TO THE MUSIC OP SAM A FRANK +WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET * YOUR FAVORITE DRINKS Hr rt*trv«rti«n» phene 229*5544 Ti« BIG WHEEL .';* "Ltffjti* •!! Highways U.S. J fc M-M on ' the Shores of Beautiful Sunday Lake Open from II f.m. Sundays, weekdays open at 4 pm Baton and Drum Corps To Practice Saturday BESSEMER — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Ba ton and Drum Corps will prac tice Saturday from 1-2 p.m. a the Washington School play ground. Director Mrs. Prank Hoffner notes it is important fo all members to be present t prepare for appearances ii Fourth of July parades here am in Ramsay. More than 80 species of file buzz all over the world. J. Bersano Has 3 Scholarships BESSEMER — James Her- sano, scholastic honor graduate of the A. D. Johnston High School, was awarded three scholarships In recognition of his academic and extra currl- c u 1 a r achievements, In high school and performance in competitive qualifying examinations. He was awarded the Regents' Alumni Scholarship by the University of Michigan; a scholarship through the Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority, and a Creative Arts Scholarship by Michigan State University. He plans to accept the last, and enter MSU to major in music theory and composition. In addition to achieveing a n average of 3.791 in academic performance, during his t h r ee years in high school, ranking third high in his class, Bersano engaged extensively in extra curricular fields, especially i n music, as a performer, c o re- poser and arranger. His outstanding talent in music has gained range-wide recognition through his numerous public appearances as a piano soloist and accompanist climaxed b y his ability as a composer and arranger. His original composition of "Ritual Dance," which he orchestrated for band, presented to the public by the high school band in its recent Spring Concert, was acclaimed by music critics and the general public, to be exceptional in every way. He was a member of the high school band for three years, playing the bassoon; took part in the solo and ensemble Wisconsin District Music Festival competition, winning superior rating in "A" class music for his piano solo performance two successive years; served as accompanist for the mixed chorus, three years; and in outside activities was organist for the senior choir of the St. Sebastian Catholic Church for several years. He was active in forensics, a member of the Thespian Dramatic Society and of the senior play cast, and was a member of the Spanish Club. In extra curricular academic fields he took part in the Michigan Mathematics Competition tests for two years, winning a rating in the top. 4 per cent of 24,000 students participating. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bersano, 206 N. Case St. JAMES BER8ONO School Election Slated Monday WAKEFIELD One candidate will be chosen for m e m- bership on the Board of Edd- catlon of the Wakefield Township School District in the election to be held Monday. The polls will be established at the senior high school and will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There are two candidates for the single four-year term: Charles Valesano, incumbent, and Nels Kuivinen. Besides the election of a member of the board of education, the registered electors will be asked to approve of one Intermediate School District, t o comprise all the intermediate schools in Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties. Approval of such a union will centralize education of the intermediate schools for instructional exonomies and efficiency. There will be no change in the present school districts. All will continue t o have their local boards of education, administrators, and tax revenues from local and state sources. The taxpaying electors i n Wakefield and Wakefield Township will be asked to cast an advisory vote only on the proposed hot lunch program which would be provided in the Wakefield Senior High, MacDonald and Central Schools. The cost of such a program, which would include providing the necessary areas for kitchens, dining service and storage space as well as equipment prescribed by the state, is estimated at $30,000. Electors, who vote Monday on the hot lunch program, will sign a statement saying they are taxpayers in the city o f Wakefield. 41 Are Listed On Honor Roll BESSEMER — The honor roll of the Washington Junior Hi gh School cites 41 students for scholastic achievement., durin g the second nine weeks period ot the second semester, as f o 1 lows: Grade " — Geraldlne Hurt, Todd DeRosie, James Edyvean, Shirley Hill, Janice Johns o n , Beth Ann Korpela, Ronald Paynter, Daniel Pitrone, William Rawn, Diane Rundell, P a ul Shave, Ronald Stempihar. Grade 8 — Kathryn Ad a m a, Candice Cabianca, John Gray, Diana Klelmola, Sharon M o r- rls, Barbara Obradovich, E d ward Rosiek, Sherry San ger, Sandra Ulvinen. Grade 9 — LaVerne Banovetz, Susan Bria, Cheryl Hurt, Peter Czajkowski, Eugene Boggetto, Christine Ellas, Edwin Hill, Ann Marie Horswill, Mary Ippolite, Kathleen Lauzon, Wilette Tammelin, Corinne Corullo, Paula Holevac, Cheryl Kellette, Virginia Matonich, Edward McCarthy, James Paynter, S u s an Relnerio, Marvin Sorvala. Ohio Youth Drowns ROMULUS (AP) — George W VierheMer, 13, of Canton, Ohio, drowned in the Huron River near here Thursday. Police said the boy was swimming while visiting relatives here. VFW Unit Has Installation WAKEFIELD — The field Veterans ot Foreign Wart Auxiliary met Wednesday in the VPW post quarters- on Lakeshore Drive. The installation ot the newly elected officers was conducted with Mrs. RObffrt Linn acting as the Installing officer. Mrs. Theodore ' Waslelewskl, poppy chairman,, reported the 1965 sales most successful, and expressed her thanks to all those who took part in the project. A new member. Mrs. Arnold Swanson, was introduced. In other business-,' the members decided to donate money to the Chamber of Commerce 4th of July fireworks project and to the VPW 4th of July celebration. Lunch was served by Mrs. Wilho Jakkola, Mrs. Edwin Johnson and Mrs. Tony Jurkovich. A social hour followed. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Times Tonight Twice Evenings at 6:45 8c 9:00 "FIRST MEN IN THE MOON" In Panavision It LUNACOLOR Also Selected Short Features 73 Are Taking Driver Course WAKEFIELD Students o f NOTICE A large ad would just convey meaningless words In promises. I Can't Afford More Taxes, either. So just let me say to you: Voters of the Wakefield Township School District, I, CHARLIE VACESANO, solicit your vote and support for Re-Election as Member of Wakefield Board of Education, June 14th from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Paid Political Advertisment) Detroit Man Killed TRCY (AP) — Rolla Gilliland, 59, of Detroit, died in a head-on auto collision in Troy Thursday. The "L" deals with "Literature" (plus comic books), while the "P" covers "Politics." . For further advice, send for my booklet "How to Converse Easily," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long, stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopk i n s Syndicate, Inc.) Receives Degree at Northern University BESSEMER — Gary Lee Buchschacher, who is married to the former Gloria Mattaini, was graduated from North e r n Michigan University, Marquette, June 6, with a bachelor o f science degree in education. He has a position to teach science at Rudyard, beginning in the fall. Relatives from the range in attendance at the ceremonies were Mrs. Buchschacher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mattaini, and her brothers in law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Obradovich and, children, Di ane, Barbara and Robert Jr., Bessemer and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mestnik, and children, Judy and Danny, Wakefield. Buchschacher's parents live in Ann Arbor. Wakefield High School completed the first week of a six- week driver education course offered this summer. I n - structors of the training course are James Daniels and Alex Gembolis, who together are teaching 73 future drivers. The students meet daily in two separate classes to fulfill the state requirements of 30 hours of textbook instruction. Two duel-controlled cars are furnished during the summer, and all students must have no less than six hours of actual driving experience. Both instructors anticipate a fine group of young- Michigan drivers who will apply for their licenses to drive, following the completion of the course later this summer. First Lutheran to Begin Its Summer Schedule WAKEPIELD — The First Lutheran Church of Wakefield will adopt the summer schedule for the morning worship services beginning Sunday, June 13, it was announced by Pas tor Rudolph Kemppainen. The English worship will be held at 9 a.m. and the Finnish worship at 10:30. There will be no Sunday School during the sum mer months. This new schedule, will continue until Sept. 5. WAKE BRIEFS FOUR FOUR4 The Wakefield Baton Corps will practice at 6 next Tuesday evening. OLD FASHION POLKA MUSIC SATURDAY NIGHT by Magdziak fc Pete Baraiono FIRE HALL INN Sophie St. Bessemer RONWOO TH£A 7RE TONIGHT! 7:00 & 9:00 and SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY 2:00 Starts SATURDAY NIGHT! EVES. 7:00 & 9:15 • MATINEE SUN. 2:00 BABE RUTH LEAGUE Benefit DANCE SAT. NIGHT 8 P.M. - Midnight MUSIC BY THE RHYTHM ROCKERS IRONWOOD ARMORY Brown's Cafe Exceptional Ladies! . . . Here's a quick idea for an' energy pick-up after shopping in town all day or after your evening stroll: Have one of Brown's large 'n Luscious Ice Cream Treats or light sandwich snacks . ; . appetites crave 'em in the summer. You'll also find • complete variety of palate pleasing delicacies and tasty salads too! Come in to Brown's Cafe Exceptionale anytime of day, you can depend on prompt courteous service both at the fountain or booths "You'll always find Delicious Eats and Treats at the usual reasonable prices at— Brown's Cafe Exceptionale FREE PARKING BESSEMER ON UJ.S PHONE 117.1141 Electricians Reject United Mineworkers OWOSSO (AP) — Employes of Universal Electric C6. here Thursday rejected certification of the United Mineworkers District so as bargaining agent for some 700 workers. The vote was 380-307. Truly Great Entertainment ENJOY the "TOPS" MUSIC and DANCING Every Saturday Night Featuring Music by BALKAN STRINGS Mike, Eli and Pete Pissa Served Nightly BALKAN INN Wakefield. Michigan dDINALE RITA HUH Join all the Happy People here == SATURDAY NIGHT 1 V "DICK'S TRIO" 1 Yes, they'll all be having the time of their 5 lives Saturday night at Bingo's. Make 3 special plans to attend now! 3g Good Food-Drinks and the Best Music S PIZZA also served g BINGO'S BAR & DANCEHAll I Located 1 '/a Miles Northeast of Intersection 55 in Wakefield on M-21 S DIRECTED BY HENRY HATHAWAY-MUSIC BY DIMITRITIOMKIN-SCREENPLAY BY BEN HECHT. JULIAN HALEVY& JAMES EDWARD GRANT STORY BY PHILIP YOROAN AND NICHOLAS RAY • EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATE PRODUCER. MICHAEL WASZYNSKI • PRODUCED BY SAMUEL BRONSTON "~«TECHNIRAMA* IRONWOOD Open 8:00 • Starts 9:00 THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNERIA ffi -KSTHCTiltr I Join Janes! EMnUNCQUM * UNHID umis.ioKM must TONIGHT SATURDAY $1.00 PER PERSON CHILDREN FREE (Under 12) KIRK DOUGLAS! Lonely are the Brave 6ENA ROWLANDS WALTER MATTJAUnuELKME/ Coming SUNDAY! "A lust) 1 , boldly provocative production -i« f RICHARD _ PETER BURTON* OTOOLE

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free