Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 5

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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i. At if \jfi~-. THURSDAY, JUNE 17,19«5. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WVt Parents Share in Hero's Welcome JACKSON (AP) — "Each day "Heel more grateful. To think that it happened to us," Mrs. Margaret McDivitt said Wednesday as she and her husband shared in a tumultuous hometown welcome for their astro- ,_ , ,. ^, ... . ,, naut son Tne wnole McDivitt family "It's such a relief," she added. I w *s gathered here Wednesday "Now that Jimmy is back from' The astronaut's children Pat- the night, all kinds of pleasant ric - »• A , nn Lynn, 6, and Mich- things are happening." ael, 8, flew ,„ from Houston to go on with him to Washington today for a White House presentation of Exceptional Service Awards to McDivitt and his partner, Edward White. "They just had to go to Wash- hr sVll dowWwn"p 1 ara1irrouV'and! in g ton w * tn us '" said the space ... , . - r . . vttlrvf «<TV»«i*r natrof* «Trtll1H fnriTltTO Airport, "My work sort of keeps me away from home." The senior McDivitt remarked that he didn't know whether to call his son "Doctor, Colonel or Jim." He referred to his son's honorary Doctor of Aeronautical Science degree from the University of Michigan and the astronaut's nomination by President Johnson for promotion from major to lieutenant colonel. "He's still little Jimmy to me," said Mrs. McDivitt. Mrs. McDivitt and her husband, James A. McDivitt Sr., were with their son, astronaut James A. McDivitt, while thousands of cheering well-wishers gathered at the airport, lined attended luncheons and recognition ceremonies. They were able to do some catching up at last. As the astronaut remarked to a crowd of 15,000 which greeted him at Jackson's Reynolds SURPRISE FATHER With an Accurate Time Piece Accutroi A battery sends power through a circuit to operate a -tiny tuning fork. Time is kept 'by vibrations of this tuning fork. And the time is sO accurate we guarantee monthly accuracy within 60 seconds. ».' pilot. "They never would forgive us if we didn't take them along.' The gathering also included McDivitt's twin sister, Mrs. Virginia Schmidt of Decatur, and her husband, Harry. The Schmidt's, who are the astronaut's godparents, stayed with the parents during tljeir four-day vigil while McDivitt was in space. The senior McDivitt, an electrical engineer who has been BETHANY LUTHERAN CLASS—The members of the 1965 Confirmation Class of Bethany Lutheran Church and their pastor, the Rev. Clifford Brege, are pictured above. In the front row are Karen Niemela, Karen Krznarich and Pastor Brege, and in the back row are Robin Solberg, left, and Judy Ahonen. (Modern Portrait Photo) K. Marttinen Receives Degree at Houghton MASS — Kenneth Marttin e n, as anxious as space agency of-i son of Mr. and Mrs. W J Mart- Sara Laakko Sunday and visited with the Laakko families. Mrs. Arthur Uitto, Detroit, visited with her sister, Mrs Waino Lahti, Houghton. her broth e Nick Lahti, Wainola, and he niece, Mrs. Walter Miilu, an family for a week. lub Scout Event Winners Listed HANCOCK—At the Cub-O-Ree held on June 5 at Hancock Driv ng Park, 122 Cub Scouts at- ended and participated in 10 events. In the age groups of ages a, 9 and 10, three boys in each age group took first, second or third place in these events: nail driving, 2x4 board walk, tummy crawl, barrel crawl shot put, sack race, stilts, broad jump, three-legged race and the oaseball throw. . Winners of the events are as follows: Age 8—First place, John Bley THANK YOU Voters of Ironwood Township Your support is greatly appreciated STANLEY OMAN (Paid Poiltical Advt.) »ack 221, White Pine; second ilace, Robert Bergman Pack 121, White Pine; third olace, ames Killmer, Pack 241, South Range. Age 9—Tied for first place, "om Inghram and Robert Don Richards, both of Pack 236, Doi- ar Bay; second place, Timmy Fowler, Pack 202, Houghton ' third place, Steven Juntlkka Pack 241, South Range Age 10 — First place, Dennis Kangas, Pack 241 South Range second place, Kevin Koski, Pack 221, White Pine; third place, Patrick Saladin. Pack 221, White Pine. OPEN SAT. LOOOIMOAMP Family Style Dinners SUN* 2.85 Adults— $1.30 Children Under 10 Serving EVERYDAY PLUS SUNDAY 12 Noon to 9 PM Now Serving Delicious Breakfasts — Griddle Cakes, Sausages, Rolls, Syrup, CoHee, Milk. Adults $1.50, under 10 _ years 75c. TRIED CHICKEN EVERY DAY (Except Sat.) (Various Vegeiablees Every Day) - PLUS - SIRLOIN BEEF au jus BAKED HAM, POTATO PANCAKES, — "Jack" Baked Beans TUES.— SIRLOIN OF BEEF au jus WED — SIRLOIN OF BEEF and Pan Gravy Till IDC L °99 in 9 Camp BEEF ROAST. Potato inUlt3*~~ Pancakes, Applesauce CD| SIRLOIN of BEEF au jus, WALLEYE PIKE mi.~ FILLETS, POTATO PANCAKES CAT ROAST "Camp" TURKEY, Dressing. SIRLOIN 5A I .— of BEEF State Tax 3% Extra U.S. Hwy. 51 Between Minocqua and Woodruff MCUTRON "231" Railroad Approved electronic timepiece with easy-to-read, full figured dial. Stainless steel case, waterproof*, calf strap. Also in yellow with Stainless steel back. 1125.00 DIAMOND SHOP Aurora/Suffolk Street Ironwood—Ph.. 932-3931 tinen, was a candidate for a bachelor of science degree i n electrical engineering at ,t h e commencement e x ercises at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, June 12 He is a graduate of the Mass High School. While at Michigan ' Tech, h e participated in skiing, skin diving, bowling, golfing and the Rocket Society. He was also a member of Tau Beta Pi Fraternity. He will work for Motorola, Inc., Chicago Kenneth's parents, sisters Ann and Sara, and brother, David, and his grandmother, Mrs Jenny Kemppainen, Bruce Crossing, attended the gradua tion exercises. ^Mr. and Mrs. George Barren and son, Siginaw, visited with Mrs. N e 1 m i Makinen, and daughter, Mary, who spent the weekend at their home here Mrs. Makinen is employed a t Marquette, where Mary Is i n nurses training. Mrs. Olga Patek, Chicago, is the guests of Mrs Lillian Pert... , tunen and Mrs Riika Buustel charges by two Negroe-, that a John Keskincn « :;-.;- c - r yi Keskin- Detroit realtor refused to show en wno nas been attending or rent apartments to them in scn0 ol here will return with Ann Arbor. | Mrs Keskinen to her home i n Bunyan Bryant Jr. and Arnol:". revolt Galloway charged Cutler Hu'> ; Mrs we-- " T -iekkola. Marble Co. refused to show them i quette, was a vi -Icor at the Wil housing although there were va- ho Marttinen home for several cancies. ! days. The eight - member commis-1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haka, sion is expected to issue a rul- Houghton, attended the Con jing on the case July 27. |firmation Rites for their niece, ficials to "debrief" his son, said at Ann Arbor Tuesday that he had not much chance yet because of all the festivities. But after the airport welcome at Jackson Tuesday, "We had a real fine get together," the astronaut's mother said. "Charieen baked an anniversary cake." Wednesday was the ninth wedding anniversary of the 36- year-old McDivitt and his wife, Pat, who was by his side through all the receptions. "It will take us three weeks to rest up," said the astronaut's father, who never was far behind his son through all the celebrating. "Anyone who thinks it isn't a grind to have an astronaut as a son is crazy. Don't ever try it. The schedule changes every half-hour," he added. 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