Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 6
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SIX IRONWOOD GAILY GLOftt, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 17, If43. Large Audience Attends Concert ONTONAGON - An enthusiastic audience attended t h P Joan Volek-Frederick Gerste n concert Sunday evening at t h » j Community Building. The concert, which was sponsored by the Ontonagon Woman'? Club for the fourth time, was the! most successful of them all. i judging from the attendance] which filled the auditorium t o j overflowing. The program opened w i t h two English songs from the Elizabethan period and a selection each from Handel and Mozart which included Mozart's •Alleluia." Later in the program. Miss Volek demonstrated hei virtu osity in three songs by Brahms and the "Lieder Nachtineall" by Grothe. Gersten began with Schubert's familiar song cycle "Die Schon Muellerin" and later entertained with "Three Gambling Songs" by Nilex i The voices of Miss Volek and Gersten blended as they p r e sented the lover's duets from Mozart's Don Giovanni and Verdi's Rigoletto Enthusiastically received were Miss Volek's number from the "Barber of Seville" by Rossini and :Gersten's solo from the sam= opera. As an encore the couple sang "Wunderbar." After the concert, a reception was held in the library room where Miss Volek and her husband were greeted by hundreds of friends and admirers For the event Miss Volek was most attractive in a white floor length gown with red cum berbund and sash. Miss Volek, a native of Ontonagon, has studied music in Chicago and Vienna. Austria. She has given concerts in many cities of Europe including such musical centers as Florence and Vienna. She has sung with the Vienna State Opera and with the Salzburg Opera in Austria. She has also sung with the Gelsenkirchen Opera in northern Germany for eight years. Gersten is originally from New York City. He has also sung extensively in opera i n Europe where / he and Miss Volek met. He is currently an instructor in voice at the School of Music at Indiana University in Bloomington. next meeting to be held in September. After the meeting, a social hour was enjoyed and lunch was served in the dining room Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Doyle, Mrs Robert Chapman and Mrs. Jay Yoder. Hostesses for the September meeting will be Mrs. John Stevens, Mrs. D. E. Crooker and Mrs. William C. McFarlane. Purchase of Album Okayed ONTONAGON — A meeting of North Star Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, was held Monday evening, June 14. at t h e Masonic Hall with Mrs Frances Munro, worthy matron presiding. During the business session, it was voted to purchase a remembrance album In which may be recorded gifts and memorials. Mrs. Munro thanked Mrs J. Wilbert Ralph and her committee ( for their outstanding work in preparation of the tea and reception honoring Mrs Bessie Nygard. grand com mittee women, held Sunday afternoon. Mrs Nygard also thanked the committee and the chapter for the corsage and gift presented to her by the chapter. Mrs. Munro presented are port of the Cloverland Association meeting she attended. It was announced that a mock initiation will be held at t h e Alfred Niemi Receives Degree From Tri-State MASS — Alfred J. Niemi. son j of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Niemi, Route 1. and husband of the i former Cora Mae Lehto, Bruce 1 Crossing, was among the graduating seniors who took part in the 81st annual commencement | ceremonies June 5 at Tri-State, College, Angola, Ind. Niemi received a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. He served as treasurer of the Tri-State College slud e n t chapter, American Society of Civil Engineers. He is a 1952 graduate of Mass High School. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Niemi attended the graduation rites. Mr. and Mrs. James Robb and family of Aurora, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sorvari of Pleasant Hill, Calif., Mrs. Gerald Bennett of Chicago, Miss Judy Maki and David Paeske of Milwaukee, Mrs. Carl Bojanic of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. William Lahikainen and Marian of Dollar Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Englund of White Pine, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dreiss, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Keefer, Mr. and Mrs. Ellard White of Ontonagon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Leppanen and! family of Winona, Miss Betty] Lambert and John Gaffney of' L'Anse were among the out of town guests at the Myllymaki- Flink wedding on June 5. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruzziconi and daughter, Sharon, Orafina, Idaho, former residents of Greenland, are visiting here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kaarto, Detroit, are visiting her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Makinen in Ontonagon and relatives in Mass. The Kaar- tos attended the Ontonagon High School commencement e x e r- cises. Mrs. Kaarto's sister, Joyce, was the valedictorian of the graduating class. The Greenland Township, fire department will meet at t h e station Monday, June 21, at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heltenen have returned to Detroit after visiting here for a week with relatives. Mrs. Evelyn Hanninen and daughter and Mrs. Evelyn Keskinen, Detroit, are visitUig the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kangas and family, Detroit, a r rived to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rankinen, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Kangas, and other relatives. They also attended the graduation of. Mr. Kangas' twin brothers, David and John. Benjamin Raisanen has left Monday, June 7, by plane for Finland with a group from Marquette. He will visit relatives there for several months. Miss Judy Maki, Milwaukee, spent a week here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maki, and family. LARGE FAMILY—Pictured in Ypsilanti, Mich., are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. LeBlanc and their 17 children: Front row, left to right, Patrick, four; Mr. LeBlanc, Therese, three; Mary, seven; Daniel, two; Mrs. LeBlanc holding Ann Elizabeth,"nine months; Michele, six, and Donna, nine. Back row: Sue, ten; Peggy, 14; Jean, 21: Dorothy, 20; Joseph, 18; James, 17; Jon, 15; Donald, 16: Timothy, 12, and Thomas 12. (AP Photo) 9 Pounds of Steak Make One Meal for 19-Member Family Baldwin Man Crushed Under His Own Car BLADWIN (AP)—Frank Reed, 71, of Baldwin, was crushed to death Tuesday under his own car near Idlewild Lake. A jack slipped while Reed was under the car and the vehicle fell on him, police said ASK ANY DAD wh.>h. REALLY WANTS... Fine liquors moke the truly masculine gift for FATHER'S DAY! OLD GRAND DAD CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BRANDY CALVERT GIN ANTIQUE BOURBON fifth 5.35 4.35 fifth 3*59 fifth 3.99 SPECIAL! SCOTTISH MAJESTY SCOTCH «,,K4.49 All Price* Include Wisconsin Sales Tax George's Package Liquors 39$ Silver St. OWN DAILY 9 A.M. - 9 F.M. Hurley, Wisconsin DIAL 561-4300 YPSILANTI (AP) —.Nine pounds of steak per meal, 84 quarts of milk per week, a 14- foot dining table, a seven bedroom house — these are some of the vital statistics of the 19- member Joseph A. LeBlanc family of nearby Plymouth. And in case anybody thinks Mrs. LeBlanc feels sorry for herself caring for her husband and children ranging from 21 years to nine months, he's got another thought coming Instead. Mrs. LeBlanc feels sorry for women with small families because "it's as easy to put a 10-pound roast into the Trout Creek Personals Mary Barney celebrated her birthday anniversary with a party given by her mother. Games were played and lunch was served. Nancy Perttula was honored on her ninth birthday anniversary with a party given by her mother. Guests were K a t h y Grooms, Lina Hill, Dee Dee Nardi, Debra Thompson, Sandy Manning and Pammy Voight. Florence Leona and Shirley A. Budd, Sidnaw, recently visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bonin, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Curtis, Detroit, are vistiing Mr. and Mrs. Glen Manning for a few days. Mrs. Floyd Mclntyre and girls, Mrs. Bud Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Manning recently visited at Baraga with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fournier and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pulkas Mrs. Helen Nelson and son, Nicky, Wakefield visited at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Madden for a weekend. Floyd Mclntyre was a recent caller in Sidnaw and L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs. James Gallenger, Iron River, spent a weekend at the Ernest Hemming home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sliger, L'Anse, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Aho and children Beechwood, and John Sliger, Milwaukee spent a weekend at the Fred Sliger home. Mrs. Robert Bonin and son, James, were recent callers in L'Anse, Most geophysicists now agree on 4.5 billion years as the age of the earth. oven as it is to put in a small one." Of course there is some help from the children, and laborsaving devices are a must. After dinner, for example, the boys take turns doing the dishes. The girls give the smaller children their baths and put put them to bed There are two ovens in the kitchen, extra refrigeration and lots of cupboard space and au- tomtic laundry equipment and a dishwasher. Still, Mrs, LeBlanc prepares something like 35 to 40 sandwiches per day for the kids to take to their various schools — Our Lady of Good Counsel school in Plymouth, St. Johns High School in Ypsilanti, St. Thomas High School in Ann Arbor, and the kindergarten at the Bird School near home. Transportation is provided for the family by a station wagon and three cars plus a number of bicycles and tricycles, all of which along with other gear are parked in an oversized garage of their new — and equally oversized — house. There are six bedrooms — with a seventh currently under construction — four bathrooms, a recreation room, a family room, a formal dining area and a parlor. With 17 children around, there seems to be an almost never- ending string of birthdays Just around the corner. A lusty "Happy Birthday" is sung once in February, March, May and September, twice in July, October and November three times in August and four times in December. The oldest child is 21-year-old Jeannie, named after her mother. The oldest boy is Joseph, 18, named after Mr. LeBlanc, the owner of a machine tool and die factory in Inkster The others were named mostly after relatives. The boys have been named so that the contraction of the name would be three letters. "If we have another boy it will be hard to find another three-letter name," Mrs. LeBlanc added. The other children are Dorothy, 20; James, 17; Donald, 16; Jon, 15; Peggy, 13; Timothy, 12; Thomas, 11; Sue, 10; Donna, 9; Mary Jo, 7; Michele, 6; Patrick, 4; Therese, 3; Daniel, 2; and Anne Elizabeth, nine months T.Kennedy Shows Artistic Talent By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY WASHINGTON (AP) —Talented, the eminent art director mused, as he looked at a sample of the young fellow's work. Talented. All he needs is some; years to develop himself. The young artist is Sen. ward M. (Ted) Kennedy of Massachusetts and the sample of his work is a painting of a couple of sturdy fishing boats, one green, one blue, tied alongside a brick building at Marblehead, Mass, i Now the art connoisseur, John ( Walker, director of the National! Gallery of Art, rendered his judgment with full recognition of the circumstances under! which this and other Tea Kenne- j dy paintings were executed. A year ago June 19, Kennedy' and friends were on a plane trip, to Massachusetts. The plane j came down — "like a toboggan; ride through the treetops" as Kennedy later related. | Kennedy fastened his seat belt,; but his back was broken. The' pilot and a Kennedy aide were j killed, everybody else aboard! was hurt. So it was six months in a Boston hospital for Kennedy, strapped onto a thing called a Stryker frame. This holds yourj back immobile but if you get! tired looking at the ceiling, it! will flip you over on your stomach. So what did Ted do? For his blonde wife Joan he did a winter landscape with a covered bridge and New England farmhouse. For Mrs. John F. Kennedy a red cottage on a spit of sand with a sailboat on the horizon. And so on. The picture of the two Marblehead boats was presented to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy. When the Washington Post printed a color reproduction of it, an Associated Press newsman submitted the print to gallery director Walker lor his comment. Walker dictated the following statement, and note what a diplomat he turns out to. be: "Sen. Kennedy is a talented painter. Like Winston Churchill, he may not have all the time he wishes to develop this talent until his retirement, which we hope will be many years hence." All told, the senator did seven paintings in the hospital. Right now, Kennedy doesn't have too much time for painting. Politics is his main work, and many of his Senate colleagues figure he is a comer. Kennedy, now 33, was first elected to the Senate in 1962 to fill out two years in a seat once 8239 36-52 COLORFUL POP-ON —The latest news in leisure time wear —the bright, comfortable pop-on. Created here in a wide size range for women, and with two sleeves. ; No. 8239 with PATT-O-KAMA is in Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Bust 38 to 54. Size 38. 40 bust, long sleeves, 3 yards of 45-inch. 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