Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE If. IMS. be assigned as librarian, with the stipulation that she will take work toward qualifying as librarian this summer and.Jthe summer of 1966. The superintendent was authorized to sign the teaching contracts after the board as approved the hiring of the teacher and the issuance of the Contract The request of the coaching staff for increase in .renumera tion for coaching activities was tabled for consideration along with the salary schedule of the teaching staff. Bids were authorized to be called for the furnishing of two sizes of lawri mowers Discussion was held on the possibility of purchasing the Many Items of Business Before Education Board WAKEFIELD — At the meet- Ing of the Wakefield Board oi Education Monday night, a discussion was held on accident coverage of athletes. Supt. Can Kleimola was authorized t o check on the new legislation pertaining to liability of school districts to see how it affects athletic injuries and obtain estimates of cost of coverage by Insurance. In other business, with a 11 members present except Reuben R. Maki, .the board, approved payment of current bills as tabulated. The following communications were read: Sixth grade at Central School, appreciation; members of the teaching staff, regarding salary schedule; from the non-teaching staff. regard- Ing wage increase; from the coaching staff, regarding increase in schedule for coaching; Fred Sandquist. Ramsay, regarding Fourth of July parade; Mrs. Esther Hyppa. appreciation; Mrs. Florence Bordeaux appreciation; intermediate school district, regarding election of members to board; intermediate school district, regard- Ing 'election; Daniel Mestnik, appreciation. The communications were received and filed, and acted on as necessary. Approval was given to the band to participate in the July 4 parade at Ramsay and transportation will be provided. The May financial reports of £. ,£» Derate" the district and activities ac-H" 1 "*- Cr ~?' _ . . ,_. count were accepted and the Country, Grieg r Beauty by Di- treasurer's report was .ncluded ane, Roberts; Murder at City former Mellstrom property adjacent to the high school. The concensus of the board was that purchase could not be cnade at the present time and the owners should be so informed. Discussion was held on a request to use the south side of the athletic field for children's races on July 4, and agreement was reached that approval be given. The board moved that a progress report be made by the board at the next meeting following actions taken, after which the board went into an execu tlve session. New Books at Library Listed WAKEFIELD — The following Sen/or Members Banquet Part Of Church Anniversary Events WAKEFIELD — The 75th anniversary activities of Firs t Lutheran Church, Wakef i e 1 d. this week include the visit of Bishop Ero Lehtinen of Finland, and a special banquet honoring the senior members of the congregation. The banquet will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 18. The program, with Bruno Saari, vice chairman of the congregation, is as follows: Invocation, the Rev. S.V. Au- Wakefield Briefs The Ruth Guild of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold its annual outing Monday, June 21, at the John Pezetti cottage at Annabelle Lake". Participants are asked to meet at the church at 11:30 a.m. to go to the cottage in a group. Potluck dinner will be served. The closing program for the Central School Da,ily Vacation Bible school will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the First Lutheran Church. Mrs. Drew Evans of Arlington, Va., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ott, for an indefinite period. Mrs. Raymond Ott has returned from Midland, where she spent a week visiting re- addVd"to the! latlves and also attended the c ibrary i n i graduation of a nephew, Charles May: Fiction: Read With Me, Costain; The Dirty Dozen, Nathanson; The Adventurers, Hodge; Golden Heel, Neubauer; Ready to Love, Bowman; Nurse Was in a Far In the minutes. The following reports were presented: Personnel absences and substitutes; nurse's report; enrollment and attendance; report on guidance and counseling activities. Agreement with the department of public instruction cov ering the milk program for renewal for the year 1965-66 was approved. Principal Harry B. Sutter was authorized to attend a conference of the Upper Peninsula Secondary School Principals at Chatham, Julyl-Aug. 2, and expenses allowed. A report on the summer programs in progress was submitted. The driver education program has about 72 pupils enrolled; two instructors, Mr. Gem- bolls and Mr. Daniels are conducting the classes and two cars are being used: One, the school district station wagon, and the second machine Ford sedan from Johnson Motor Company of Bessemer: The sedan is provided by the motor company without charge except for insurance coverage. The band program is being conducted by Mrs. Phyllis Schlecht, with two sessions June 14 through July 5 and Aug. 16 through 27. A report on "Operation Head Start" was; submitted by Supt. Kleimola. Mrs. Florence Bordeaux will serve as instructor In the Wakefield center The board voted that the Wakefield Township schools participate in the NDEA program under titles 3 and 5 for the school year 1965-66. The board also decided that the regular July meeting be held July 6, at the same time as the organizational meeting. Attention of the board was called to the statutory organization meeting to be held Tuesday, July 6, at 7:30 p.m. The board voted that transportation of the School Patrol Boys to the State Fair in Escanaba be authorized The board also decided that bids be called for and advertised in the local papers covering fuel for 1965-86; service on typewriters; and furnishing of gasoline; and bids on re-lighting of classrooms be called for and advertised In the local paper and The Daily Globe. The board voted that milk for the 1965-66 school year under the milk program be purchased from Walter Decker, provided the price Is same or less than it costs to other schools in the county. Request for salary increase for non-teaching personnel was placed on file for consideration when the financial revenues for the coming year are known: The superintendent report e d that Mrs. Beverly Van Slyke was willing to earn credits in library science in order to be come qualified as librarian. The board voted, that Mrs. Van Slyke Hall, Ross; The Ambassa dor, West; Dr. Walker's People Lloyd; Fast Gun, Lee; Polaris of the Snows, Stilson; Somewhere Out There, Fane; We Are Not Alone, Sullivan. Non-fiction adult books: Painting as a Pastime, Churchill; Oxford History of the American People, Morison; With All My Love, DeFore; Michigan Civil War History, May. Juvenile, non-fiction: Rise and Fall of Adolph Hitler, Shirer; Genghis Khan, Lamb; Adventures of Ulysses, Gottlieb; Alexander the Great, Gunther; Profiles in Courage, Kennedy; Exploring the Himalaya, Douglas; New England Country, The Northeastern States, Wood. Sea and Sunshine, The South Atlantic States, Wood; Lakes, Hills and Prairies, The Middle- western States, Wood; High Country, the Rocky 'Mountain and Plateau States, Cleveland, Panoramic Plains, The Great Plains States, Wood; Pacific Shores, The Pacific States, Cleveland; Hill and Harbors, The MiddleAtlantic States, Gulf Lands and Central South, Wood. Pajunen. Mrs. Murray Hopkins, the former Ruth Buccanero, has returned to her home in Birmingham, after spending several days visiting her parents, M r . and Mrs., Celeste Buccanero, and other relatives and friends. A. J. Tiber! spent Monday in Norway, where he attended the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haapoja attended the graduation exercises in Ontonagon. A granddaughter of Mrs. Ha apoja, Christine Elizabeth Brees, was a member of the graduating class. Guests at the Arthur Haapoja home are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mata and daughter of S a 1 i n a, Kan. Following their visit here', they will leave for Grand Forks* N. D.,. where he will be stationed at the Air Force Baste. Mata is a nephew of the Haapo- jas. tere; a tribute, Pastor Rudolph Kemppainen; vocal solo, Mrs. Rudolph Kemppainen; greetings, Bishop and Mrs. E e r o Lehtinen; piano solo, Bonnie Seppa; address, the Rev. Alpo Setala, a former pastor of First Lutheran Church. All senior members, 65 years atid older, will be honored at the banquet with the presentation of a commemorative pin. Members of the Luther League will serve is greeters. Man Charged In Accident WAKEFIELD — John Pedrin, 21, Route 1, Wakefield, was charged by Michigan s t at e police with driving on the wrong side of the road which resulted in an accident that caused injury to two passengers in his car. He will appear before Judge Glen Diechelbor, Marenisco, on the charge, police said Being treated at Divine I n f ant Hospital at Wakefield for cuts and bruises are Roberta Herman, 18, and Joseph H e r- man, 19, both of Ironwood, authorities reported They are said to be in fair condition Pedrin was not hurt, officers stated. The accident occurred at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday on the Dunham Road, one and one half miles south of US-2 in Marenis c o Township, when Pedrin side swiped a car driven by John G Albert, 45, Ironwood, forcing it off the road. Albert escaped in jury in the mishap, said police Extensive damage resulted to the cars, officers reported. Sunday School Picnic Scheduled for June 20 WAKEFIELD — The Sun day School of the Wakefield Methodist Church will hold its a n - nual picnic Sunday, June 20, at Eddy ' Park. Participants are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a.m. and to bring their own picnic lunch and picnic dishes and silver. Soft drink and ice cream will be provided. Business Women to Have Outing Monday BESSEMER — The Bessemer Business and Professional Worn an's Club will have its annual outing at Black River Harbor Monday evening, June 21. Al members are to meet at Pricco': Bakery at 6:30 where those with cars will provide transpor tation. The supper will be pot luck and each member attend ing is to bring her own dishes "White elephant" prizes are to be brought to be used for en tertainrnent. LIVE MUSIC FRIDAY NIGHT township Plans Big Celebration Monday, July 5 RAMSAY — Bessemer Township will have another gala Fourth of July celebration this year. This year's celebration will be held Monday, July 5. A committee, comprised of a group of public spirited and patriotic individuals, has held several meetings to formulate plans to keep alive the tradition of celebrating the nation's birthday in a fitting manner. The planned festivities are a gigantic parade at 10 am. with prizes to be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in the different classifications for all floats entered; distribution of free ice cream to the children after the parade and again later in the afternoon; competitive sports and races at the park for all range youngsters with cash prizes awarded to the winners of each event; a free teen-age dance from 7 to 9 p.m at the tennis court section in the Bessemer Township Memorial Park, and a tremendous fireworks display at the Bessemer Township Park at' 9:30 p.m. The parade will line up the same as last year on the upper street one block west of the Ramsay School starting at Dr. Davidson's corner All units will assemble in the Ramsay School yard where they will be given numbers showing their place in the parade. Line up will be at 10:15 and the parade will start on time at 10:30 a.m. The line of march will proceed north along the upper street to the intersection with the Anvil hill road, turn right to the main thoroughfare through town turning right again and continuing along the main thoroughfare, proceeding past the town hall, across the bridge and will break up at River Street. Spectators can line up along the entire length of the parade and when it appears it will be in full view coming djown the hill and will not retrace the line of march at any point. Spectators will have the sun at their backs as they view the parade. The parade will have many floats and musical units Including the Wakefield High School Band consisting of 45 members, directed by Mrs. Phyllis Schlecht, and the Bersemer Township School Band, directed by Martin O. Lamoreux. All WAKEFIELD THEATRE Shewing Tonight and Fridiy Twice Evening at •:4S and 1:00 II Alfred Hitchcock'f PSYCHO" Tony Perkins—Vera Miles Janet Leigh—John Gavin Alto Selected Short Features DANCING at the BIG WHEEL FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS TOP LOCAL MUSICIANS Our SNACKS, LUNCHEONS, and DINNERS Served FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 5 e'Clecfc, and on SUNDAY from 11:30 on The BIG WHEEL Located off Highways U.S. 2 8e M-21 on the Shores of Beautiful Sunday Lake Open from 11 a.m. Sundays, weekdays open at 4 pm Floats are invited to be entered In the parade. A local dance band will furnish the music for the free teenage dance at the Bessemer Township Park tennis courts This Is a new feature this year and all range teen-agers are welcome. Some of the committeemen will chape*rone this affair. The climax of the day's cele bration will be the annual showing of the gigantic fireworks display at 9:30 p.m. by the members of the Bessemer Township fire department. This year's display will be bigger and better than before and will have many added features to delight the audience. The Fourth of July Committee invites all range residents t o this Independence Day celebration. Ramsay Briefs Miss Margaret Iskra, Peorlt, 111., spent a week visiting, hex parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Btr.v4 Iskra, and her grandmother, Mrs. Etta Kehl. Mrs. Mamie Johnson, L o * Agneles, arrived by plane' to visit fof a few weeks with Her brother in law and sister; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rigotti Sir.,' and with other relatives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. John Chaich and daughter, Jean, motored to Des Moines where they spent a few days with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Newcomb, and daughter, Patricia. On their return they were accompanied by Patricia, who will visit here unti! Aug 15. RONVVOO THfATRL TODAY! EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 . oresents k • MSTEMNt mam . A * frngs NS beat; to the beac&j GfRtffAlW inRANAVl SlOM COLOR CARTOON • SPORT REEL IRONWOOD Open 8:00. • Starts 9:00 .RocK/Paula Hudson Prentiss HOWARD HAWKS production "Marts .. _. i _ Sport?" TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY JBWVUEWB "1MB TECHNICOLOR. ,A UNIVERSAL RELEASE. by Sylvester Magdziak LARRY'S BAR In Bessemer ®\W\OUTi OF IBUSSX& —— " —•^""^^^^^~~~-^ I --——^__ W A P^ ^^ MARTIN HARDWARE Save! Save! Store-Wide Discount 25% Everything Must Be Sold By the End-of-the-Month! Some Departments SAVE UP TO 50% Pots & Pans DANCf *<*} JW Head to the BALKAN INN •10 Pun 119 Dance TONIGHT Music br RUM BELANOER It MALKAM iTIUHGS INN Paint SHOP EARLY! Sale Starts Promptly at 10A.M. FRIDAY June 18th SAVE FOR THE LAST TIME on our Famous Name Brands of Merchandise. We cannot list anything in our limited space, but our thousands of customers are aware of what can be saved at our regular prices . . . NOW THESE £ PRODUCTS ARE ALL DRASTICALLY REDUCED! SHOP LATE! Tools! SHOP OFTEN! 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