TEN 1RONWOOD DA!IY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16,1965. 152 Students on Honor Roll for Final Semester One hundred and fifty two students have been listed on the "A" and "B" honor rolls at the Luther L. Wright High School for the sixth and final marking period of the 1964-65 school year. The list is as follows: "A" honor roll—Seniors: Mary Bednar: sophomores. Sharon Reini, Marjorie Rigoni and Mary Rintala: freshmen. Marcia Van Lokcren. "B" honor roll — Seniors: Kathleen Bahun, Christine Baross, Darlene Berg. Suza n n e Braff, Tom Chianlello, Arle n e Dahlbacka. Sybelle DeSonia, Carol Erm. Mary Jane Junti 11 a , Gloria Kilponen, Connie K i v i, Lois Kivi, W. Alan Levijoki, Arlana Lucas, Betsy Mark. Edwin Martinson, Robert Miklesh, Judith Moren, Walter Olson. James Pogliano, Dale Pryor, A r 1 e n e Quiram, Connie Richards. Renee S e m o, Ann Skowronski, George Smiljanich, John S o lin, Kenneth Swanson, Louise Syrjala, Tom Tezak, Mavis Tiitu, Larry Tremain and Reena Yonkosky. Juniors — Christine Anderson, Charles Andrews, Patrice Aras- : im, Dan Berlin, Thomas Bidgood, Roberta Bolich, Mary Broskovetz, Colin Carp e n t e r , j Marlene Clemens, Myra Colasac-! co, Carol Haapala, John Hed i n, i Charles Held, Kathryn H e n d- rickson, Roberta Johnson, Patrick Kennedy, Kathleen Kiv,!, Marcia Larson, Laura Liimakka, Maurine Miller, Karen Nelson. Paula Ostrom, Susan Pajula, Donald Pelto, Maureen Peterson, Mary •Rokser, Bernard Santini, Gloria Schmidt, Patr i c i a Shouldice, Russell Slade, A r v o Toolanen, Paul Volley, Gail Wienen, Russell Willson and Linda Wright. Sophomores — Jennene Asplund, Andrea Backman, Barbara Bailer, Roberta Bentzen, Karen Corda, Carol Dahlbacka, Terry Danowski, Marlene DaP r a , Robert Gothblad, Margaret Hallberg, Ruth Held, Julia Imp ola, Gary Johnson, Linda Kivi, John Kusz, Joel Lahti, Susan Leinon, Kathleen Leyrinski, Christ i n e Mattila, Roy Minkin, Mary Molaski, Darrell Morey, Susan Muk- avitZi Gail Nurmi, Carol O 1 son, Diana Oman, Greta Pen rose, Beverly Randall, Sara Spenc e r, Wallo's mother. Mrs Charles Pearson, who will spend the summer here. She spent the winter months visiting relatwes in West Allis and Racine Miss Jill Welfley. St Ignace is spending a week visaing her grandfather, Axel Nygard, ana other relatives here. Mrs. Embrice Almli has arrived from Marquette to visit her son in law and 'daughter" Mr and Mrs. Earl Doyle, and fami iy. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rul:bo have! Honor Roll for Mass Announced MASS — The honor roll for the Mass High School's current school year is as follows: Seniors -«• Pamela Baullinger, John Leaman, Ann Marttinen, Sharon Miilu, Thomas Plutchak, Sandra Savela, Valerie Sptiz, Karen Tahtinen. Tom ^'liilu, Sharon Peterson,! Barbara Savela, Rose Ann Sa- ! vela, Linda Store, Valerie L e a- mantlre. Sara Marttinen. Eighth Grade — Wendy Baullinger, Melody Coffey, Eugene P i s z e r, Linda Harju, H a r for old Lampi, Randolph Mackey, Seventh grade — Evelyn Anttila, William Fezzey, Diane Guilbault, Anita Harju, K e r ry Komu, Christine LeMoine, Fern IMalila. Sandra Miilu, Cheryl I Peterson, Jane Plutchak, Nancy ! Savela, Donna Siren, Gerald Tredeau. AT PAUL'S STORE IN HURUY! for the most GETS Francis P Mioni. son of Mrs. Frank J. Mioni. 206 S. Curvy St., received his bachelor of science degree in commerce with an accounting major Sunday. June 13, from Ferris State College. Big Rapids. While at Ferris State, Mioni was a member of the Delta Sigma Pi professional commerce fraternity, Newman Club, Accounting Club, and was vice president of the Student Center Board. He was given a co-op trainee position with the auditor general's office at Lansing during his junior year. He has also been given the position of accountant with the general accounting office of the United States government with placement in Detroit. Mioini is a 1961 graduate of St. Ambrose High Juniors — Lila Ahola, John returned to their home in Mid-! Fezze./. Carole Lampi, Shirley 1 Mrs. Taimi Malila recently land, after visiting Mrs Rub-J Leambn, Mary Raaska, Caro- left to visit relatives in Detroit, bo's brother in law ana sister,; lyn Rogers, William Savela, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maki. .Christine Turin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles lohnson ! Sophomores - Michael C o f Tucson, Ariz., former Ontonagoni^y, James Daniels, Marlene '•csidenls. have arrived to spend'" several here. weeks visiting friends Kaarto, Donald Lemoine, cie Miilu, Wesley Niemi, Mar- Mrs Helen Barnes is a medical paMent at the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs Robert Lalui Con-land daughter of Garden City Miss Patti Nygard, Detroit, is spending a week visiting herj grandfathers, Axel Nyg-.trd anrii Eldon Emmons, and other rela- ]' tives and friends here. | August Johnson, who has been; a patient at the Ontonagon Mem- 1 orial Hospital for a montr- is con-' valescing at the home of his son; in law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Miles Plutchak at Mass. ! cia PieMla Freshman — Pauline Harju, Helen Kaurala. Cheryl Keskin-iand Mrs. Walter Miilu, en, Saia Laakko, Bonnie Miilu, j family. spent a week with his father Nick Lahti, Wainola, and his brother in law and sister, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen have returned to their nome in Byron, 111., after spending two weeks visiting Mrs. Allen's brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maki Anthrax is not limited to cat- School and attended Gogebic | tie but is a severe contagious Community College for one year ; disease of higher animals and before transferring to Ferris. man. IF YOU LOVE STEAK.. . . . you'll want to try one charcoal broiled by Chef Herman. We feature live charcoal grilling every night! Order steaks, chops, seafood or enjoy one of our superlative Italian Dishes—ho- made sauces and pasta that'll please the most finicky! ST. JAMES HOTEL Inc. Fritz Cercuoli, Mgr. Dial 932-2100 for information on your next banquet or party! Mrs. B. Nygard Honored at Tea ONTONAGON — Mrs. Bess i e Nygard, grand committeewoman of fraternal sunshine of Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star was honored at a reception and tea Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Hall. The buffet table was attractively decorated with a large bouquet of summer flowers, flanked by lighted candles in silver candelabra. Pouring were Past Ma trons Mrs. Walter Myrb 1 o m Mrs. R'oger Watt, Mrs. Mabelle Hanson and Mrs Kelly Broemer. Mrs. Dale_ Broemer was in charge of the punch bowl. At three a program was pre^ sented at which time, Shir 1 e y Jones, grand worthy matron, and Shirley Stahovic, Darlene Swan-1 Can . 0 ij Curt i S , gra nd worthy beck, Joyce Swanson, Larry Trevarthen, Helen Warpula and Beth Williams. Freshmen—Brian Ahnger, Arlene Anderson, Darlene And e r- son, Cherine Baross, Madel y n patron were presented. T h e j grand worthy matron presented j the other grand officers and Curtis introduced the oth e r grand committee members. David Kalivoda sang two solos, Colasacco, Jannine Curr i e r, j " He " an ,j "Tonight." accompa- George Delimba, Sally DeSonia, | nied at the piano by Miss Su- Lindis Kckstrom, Kathy Else-| san curski. Julie James played more, Jeffrey Hill, Robert Hul-jtwo violin solos, "Theme in Vari- strom, Keith Jackson, Jon e e n Josephson, Charles Kol e s a r , j Nancy Korpela, Cheryl Koski, Jaclyn Koski, Kristine L i n d berg, Ned Lindberg, Debo rah McDonald, Brian Maki, Eld o r a Maki, Joan Manki, Cora Mattila, Joseph Moon, Judy Nelson, Paul V. Niemi, Joy Oslin, William Penrose, William Prebish, Candace Quiram, David Ringwall, Jane Ruby, Katherine Siev- ila, Rosemary Smiljanich, Dan Smith, James Stonemark, Christine Swanson, Paulette T h o m p- son, Sharon Tippett, William Trevarthen, James Vizanko and John Willson. Licenses to Wed Applications for marriage 1 i- censes have been made at the office of the Gogebic C o u n ty clerk hy the following: Lawrence Jon Levijoki and Diane Juli Zandi, Ironwood. David F. YJkanen, Wakefield, and Vicki Diane Sjowall, Ironwood. James B. Pospeck, Bessemer, and Patricia Marie Hill, Ironwood. Paul J. Mascotti, Bessemer, and Sydella Maria Tiberi, Wakefield. JamFF Kirk Scott and Linda Kay Screnson, Ashland. George W Mead and R e n a Marie Passuello, Ironwood. William S. Love and Mary Jo Ellen Anderson, Indianapolis. ation" and "Star Light Waltz,"j accompanied at the piano by! Miss Curski. Mrs. Frances Munro worthy matron of North Star Chapter ! presented Mrs. Nygard with a I gift on behalf of the chapter and also presented the grand worthy matron with a gift toward her special project. Mrs. Nygard was also presented with gifts from the Jones- Curtis grand. family and a gift from the Past Matrons Club. To conclude the program the grand soloist of the grant 1 family sang "Whispering Hope" accompanied at the piano by Curtis. Mrs. Nygard expressed her thanks for the honor bestowed upon her and also for the gifts presented to her For the occasion, Mrs. Nygard was attired in a pink floor length gown trimmed with sequins. Her corsage was of white carnations. Ontonagon Briefs The Misses Ina and Len o r a Martin of Florida former Ontonagon residents have arrived to visit friends here. and Mrs. Ed Kunz, Iron- visited friends here Sun- Three gold mines, which reach more tnan 9.000 feet below the surface lie within the municipal area cf Johannesburg, South Africa. Mr. wood, day. Mrs. W. Leighton Bur g e s s , Mendham, N. J., has arrived to spend the summer at her horns here. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallo, Kingsford, spent the week end visiting relatives here. 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