Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 14, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, June 14, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JUNE 14,1965., Election Held By Legion Post WAKEFIELD — At the meet-: ing of the American L e g i o r. 3eroux Post Saturday evening at the post home, an election of officers for 1965-66 took place with the following persons elected: Commander, H o ward Kaerwer; 1st vice commander, Eari Sibley; 2nd vice commander Vernon Olson; adjutant. Francis Johnson; finance officer. Ben Novak; chaplain, Ernst Trettin; sergeant at arms, Gordon Hanson; historian, Edwin Johnson. Members of the executive committee were appointed, and are Russell Osborne, Peter Salo, Arthur Haapoja, P a s c o Rolando, Robert Anderson, Ai Inkala, Joe Marczak and Joseph Cloon. Members of the nominating committee were Peter Salo, Rudy Jarvi, Ben Novak and John Geroux. Other committee appointments include; House, Ben Novak, chairman; Salo, Francis Johnson, John Geroux, Inkala and Marczak; auditing, Olson, Rudy Jarvi and Trettin. Welfare and sick, Kaerwer, Geroux. Francis Johnson and Ben Novak During the meeting it was decided to change the meeting night from the second Saturday of the month, to the second Wednesday of each month. A donation of $50 was made to the 4th of July activities, with the members deciding to pro vide free soda drinks, hold a series of races, sponsor a teenage dance, and with the co-oper ation of the Wakefield VFW pose, direct a queen contest. Committees in charge of the 4th of July activities were appointed and are: Races, Haapoja, John Novak, Daniel Gusman, Harold Jarvi, Inkala; parade. Geroux, Francis Johnson, Sibley, Olson and John Dossetto; queen, Inkala volunteered to make a Legion float for the parade. Organizations planning to hold special activities during the celebration days, July 2-5, is asked to contact the Amercan Legion so that they may be listed On a special activities bulletin Lunch was served by Salo, and a social time followed. Isabellas to Have Picnic on Tuesday WAKEFIELD — The Immaculate Conception Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will hold its annual picnic at Eddy Park at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. Members are asked to bring their own place settings. Mrs. Ben Novak and Mrs Xavier Zazaski are in charge of the arrangements. A business meeting will be held at the Knights of Columbus club rooms after the picnic. Tickets are to be turned in at this time. Manitoba Driver Hits And Kills Deer Friday WAKEFIELD — Douglas Bell, 45, Winnipeg, Manitoba, hit and killed a deer as he was traveling west on US—2 six miles west of Watersmeet, at 11:30 p. m. Friday, said Michigan State Police who investigated the mis- >iap. Slight damage resulted to the car, and the driver escaped injury. The animal was disposed of by the Michigan Conservation Department, which Was notified of the accident. Anvil Club Has Last Meeting Until Fall ANVIL — The Anvil Civic Organization held its last meeting for the season last Tuesday night. Among those present were Emil Movrich, Louis Filipp i n i and George Colberg. Mov rich discussed the Grand View Hospital issue. Many other items of interest were also discussed. Lunch was served. The meetings will be resumed in September. Ramsay Briefs The Bessemer Township Professional and Business Men's Club will meet Tuesday at the Ramsay Town Hall. Dinner will be served at 6:45 p.m. Come in... See and Inquire About Top Quality "Lawn Flite" POWER MOWERS Reel 4 Rotary-Self Propelled-Electric with Engines from 2V4 h.p. to 4 h.p. engines Quick-Reliable Small Engine & Machinery Repair Make sure all your lawn and cutting machinery Is in tip-top working order for spring and summer service . . . Our experts can work on any make or model lawn mower or wood cutting equipment. We Service ... You Profit! BINGO & SON GARAGE Highway M-28 Wakefield. Michigan PHONE 229-5212 Wakefield Briefs The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Metho d i s t Church will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the church. Mrs. James Davey is the prog r a m chairman, and hostesses are Mrs. J. P. Cloon and Mrs. Harold Marshall. The Eunice Circle of the First Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home Af Mrs. Rudolph Kemppainen. The 4th of July Plann i n g Committee will meet tonight at the American Legion Post Home at 7:30. Members of other civic organizations are invited to attend the meeting. First Lt. and Mrs. Robert Schiltz, recent guests of his mother, Mrs Marie Schiltz, left Saturday to return to their home at Jacksonville, N. C. En- routt, they will visit Mrs. Schiltz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, Ishpeming The Miriam and Debo rah Guilds of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold a joint meeting toniRht at 6 p.m. at Eddy Park. Dinner will take the form of a planned potluck. The s Indianhead 4-H Club will Hold an organizational meeting tonight at 6:30 at the home of Mrs. Herbert Juopperi. All interested girls are invited to attend. The Elizabeth Circle of the First Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ron- aid Pikka Tuesday night at 7:30. Services will be held at the Apostolic Lutheran Church v tonight and Tuesday night at 7:30. Special speaker will be the Rev. August Torola, Finland. 8-Sgt. Donald J Best has returned after spending 18 months in Okinawa, Viet Nam and Thailand. S-Sgt. Best, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Best, is a 1957 graduate of the Wakefield High School and has served in the Air Force for eight years. Mrs. Donald Best, the former Gail Bimonson, arrived from Kalamazoo where she has been employed, while S-Sgt. Best has been overseas. Upon the termination of his leave on June 22, they will leave for North Carolina where S-Sgt. Best will be stationed at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Miss Betty Best, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Best, left for Lake Forest, 111. where she will be employed for the summer months,Mr. and Mrs. John Guden- schwager of Menomonee Falls, Wis., were recent guests at the home of John Best. Mrs. Gud- enschwager is the former Gladys Best of Wakefield. BEN FRANKLIN Aqua Net HAIR SPRAY Meg. Me 67' plus A generous 13 ounce size. Conditions and keeps hair lovely! Suave Lotion Remember we're open Monday and Friday evenings for your shopping convenience. 57« Re* Me Helene Curtis non-greasy.(:ne hair dressing. BALL END BRUSH ROLLERS Ceenemy Pek HAIR ROLLERS Regular 1.00 NOW 66 _ JToilers, 3 sizes for setting newest hair styles. **«• Magnetic, foam, plastic brush,snap-on. Packs 30; 35; 38; 62. 'FREE COMB Included In every i bag of curlers. BESSEMER BEN FRANKLIN >'*. Two Sustain Minor Injuries in Crash ; VERSAILLES, Ohio (AP) — A Michigan couple, Charles Pettit and his wife Ola, both 47, of Haslett, escaped with only minor injuries Sunday when their plane crashed on a field near here. The Pettits were released from a hospital after treatment. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported Pettit's plane got entangled in some power lines when he tried to pull up after making a pass at an airfield near Ohio 121. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS TWO SCHOLARSHIPS—Gregory Bonovetz, one of the A. D. Johnston top ten scholarship honor graduates, has been awarded the University of Michigan Regents' Alumni Scholarship. He plans to enter the University in the fall to major in law with a view to entering the political field after graduation. Gregory also was awarded a scholarship through the Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority which is applicable to the college of the recipient's choice, interested in government, Gregory was active in student government serving on the student council for three years as class representative and was a leader and planning committee member for Senior Government Day. He was active in debate, three years; in forensics and took part in the senior class play. In the field of publications, he was co-editor of "The Drift," senior annual. In other activties he was a member of the Mixed Chorus, the Men's Glee Club and the Folks Singers, and he participated in the Ski and Pep clubs during three years. Greg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bonoveto, 404 N. Moore St., Bessemer. Bessemer Briefs The Harding Community Club will hold a special meeting June 20 at 7:30 p.m. Important business will be discussed so every member should be prese n t. Lunch will be served by Mrs. Reino Salonen, Mrs. Wayne Salonen and Mrs. Matt Pumala. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Raymond Holmes, Bessemer, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jarvinen, Wakefield, left last night on a two weeks trip to the Fast, on which they plan to spend four days in Washington, D.C., on a tour arranged by Congressman Raymond Clevenger, including a visit to the White House and other places of historic interest such as the Capitol, the National Archives, Arlington Cemetery. Washington Cathedral and Mount Vernon. En route they plan to stojrat Fairport Harbor, O., the scene of the pastor's ordination. Also included is a visit to the Lutheran Church in America Seminary in Gettysburg. Pa., and a tour of the Civil War battlefields. Pastor Holmes expects to be back to conduct services on Sunday, June 27. During hi; absence, the pulpit at Sharon will be filled by the Rev. Wallace Leno, who can be .reached by calling Wakefield 229-5230. Robert Burt Jr., 12 son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt emplaned Friday for Chicago to vacation three weeks with his uncle and aunt and, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vogeler, and fami- ly. His trip was scheduled In order that he will be in Chicago, to witness the ticker-tape parade honoring astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White, scheduled for today. John F. Karpus of Bay City, is vacationing with his son and daughter in law. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Karpus, and family He was accompanied here by his sister, Mrs Patrick Spigot. They attended the baptis m a ceremonies, yesterday at the St. Sebastian Catholic Church, of Mr. Karpus' grandson, Michael James, who was born on May 15 at the Divine Infant Hospital The Rev. C. J. Franczek officiated in the ceremonies Godparents were Mr and Mrs. Robert Zielinski, Ironwood, cousins of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Karpus. Junior Choir, Acolytes Feted BESSEMER — The St Sebastian Junior Choir and the acolytes were honored at a picnic held at the Eugene Winkowsk: cottage, Lake Gogebic, sponsored by the Ladies Guild and the Yale Ladies Guild, in appreciat i o n for their services during the year. Games of various types entertained during the afternoon, directed by Rev. Leslie Borman, Eugene Winkowski and Mrs James Trudgeon. About 80 girls- and boys, 6th 7th and 8th graders who make up the various choirs and grade school acolytes, were in attendance. A pasty supper was served at 5 p.m. in the living room of the cottage, around the firep lace The service buffet was festive with artistic arrangements of wild forget-me-nots, trill i u m s and other blossoms and foil a g P gathered in the area, and lighted Japanese lanterns enhanced the setting. Hostesses were the chaperones, Mesdames Joseph Martell Leo Lampart, Clarence Bushie Roy Malmberg, William G Johnson, Emil Vukovich, Dorothy Quiett, and Eugene Winkow ski. The festivity closed with an assembly song-fest. Sharon Events Are Announced BESSEMER — Activities at the Sharon Lutheran Church this week are announced by the Rev C. Raymond Holmes, as follows: Today through Friday. Vacation Bible School from 9 to 11 :H a.m. Thursday 7 p.m., Vacation Bi ble School program with the Winifred Lomas in charge, as sisted by the teaching staff. Friday night, Finnish worship service at the First Luth e r a n Church, Wakefield. Bishop Leh tinen, Lapua, Finland, will preach. Friday, 8 p.m., a coaching conference will be held at the Sharon Lutheran Church for al Lutheran Church in Ameri c a teachers. Saturday night, meeting of the Couples Club at the Leon a r d Korpi cottage, Lake Gogebic opening; with a potluck supper Those planning to attend are asked-to call the William Lintel manns relative to the suppe menu. Majorca pearls are imitation pearls Quality and Fashion in SWIM SUITS ALL at POPULAR PRICES! • Double Knit Nylons • Orient •Denims • Arnels One and Two Piece, Plus Blouson Styles • Teen Sizes—10 to 16 • Misses Sizes 30 to 38, Also 40 to 44 Priced from 5.95 ,.16.95 In a Variety of Colors Briefs for Figure Control Under Swimsuits Small. Medium fe Large I .TO swimsuits Suit 10.95 1 AA. ) Bra, made especially for • TO This Suit 7.95 1.98 Beech Towels, extra raree site 2.TP Remember, When Shopping for Lewer Prices ... Plus Quality ... Come te The ABELMAN CO. S. SOPHIE ST. BESSEMER, MICHIGAN PHONI 663-4411 2 Astronauts Still Majors WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson announced on-the- spot promotions in Houston, Tex., Friday for astronauts Edward H. White II and Jame^ A. McDivitt, but as far as the Air ?orce is. concerned officially ;hey are still majors. The formalities of nomination by the President and confirmation by the Senate remain to be carried out. The Pentagon expects that to be done in time to make their promotions to lieutenant colonel effective July 14. RE-ENTRY SCARS — The Gemini-4 capsule, here bearing scars from the plunge to earth after the four-day flight of Astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White II, may be refitted for future space shots. Shown aboard the carrier "Wasp" after recovery, the capsule's blunt-end heat shield is blistered and flaked from the scorching descent through the atmosphere. (NEA Telep,hoto) 'Blue Knights'Fly With Hope Of Tangling With Enemy MIGs By HAL BOYLE DA NANG, South Viet Nam (AP) — A small group of Amer- i lean pilots called "The Blue Knights" have flown more than: 750,000 miles in hope of tangling with enemy MIGs. They are members of the U.S. Air Force's 476th Tactical Fighter Squadron and their speedy chariots are F104 Sky- fighters. "We've sighed MIG's once or twice, but they wouldn't come near us," said Maj. Walter W. Irwin, Apple Valley, Calif. "To the best of our knowledge, they were North Vietnamese, not Chinese." 2 Unhurt in Plane Crash WILLOW RUN (AP) — Two Greenville, Pa., men emerged unhurt Saturday from the wreckage of a small private plane which police said made a belly landing when the pilot mistakenly thought his wheels were down. Officers said the pilot, Arby Lee Bailey, 58, lowered his landing gear when he planned to land at Ann Arbor, Then, police said, Bailey decided to land at nearby Willow Run Airport instead. Officers said his copilot, Chauncey Bly, retracted the wheels, but Bailey didn't know it until he touched the runway. The organization known as the Early Birds is an organizat i o n of the first flyers in the United States The Blue Knights got a hurry- up call to speed here from their California base after two MIGs shot down two U.S. F105 Thun- derchief fighter bombers on a mission against North Vietnamese targets early in April. Defending the fallen Thunder- chief 4 , pilots, Maj. Irwin remarked: "It Isn't that the MIG: got them were superior airplanes. The Thunderchiefs were loaded down with bombs." On their arrival here April 19, the Blue Knights were assignee to keep the MIGs off U.S. fighter bombers. They've done their job to perfection "There hasn't been a single plane of ours shot down by an enemy plane since we came over," said Irwin. "Our striking forces have been unmolestec from the air." Even so. the Blue Knights are a bit blue about the whole business. 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