Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

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•THURSDAY, JU:;E 17,17:5. IRONWCGD DAILY CLCSE, IROHWOCP. MICHIGAN fUVEN School's Honor Roll Announced WHITE PINE — The White Pine High School has announced the fln»l honor roll of the 1964-65 ichool year. Thoie students listed on the honor roil by grades are as follows: Seniors-rMaureen Ander son Donna Cole, Michael Harris, Janine HelakOBki Douglas Kart- taflen and William Lessels. ._. Juniors. —. David Buetavalter, Jarnes Hainautt. Patrick Harris JoAnne Koiitenen, Susan Make- la (received all A's), and William Sved. Sophomores — Alan Beltamen, Dennis Evans, Carol Makela, James Pierpont and Elizabeth Tonkin. Freshmen — Christine Anderson, James Baird. Jayne Bodin, Barbara Heinske (received all A's), Carole Koistenen. Richard Raymond, Douglas Repaal. Mary Sved and Deborah Tonkin Eighth grade — Ronald Dix, Daniel Garfield, Kathryn Har ris, Joan Heikkila. Janet Koistenen, Jolene Lenatz, Diana Wll- meth and Joann Banbury. Seventh grade—Richard Baird, Bruce Erickson, Scott Garfield, Paul Kinnunen. Arlene Merrill, Juy Nulu, William Schultze and James Spolarich. College Building Plan Authorized by Synod SIOUX CENTER, lotfi (AP) • The general synod of the Christian Churches of North America Tuesday authorized the board of trustees of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., to spend $5.5 million on campus development. Included in the authorization was an auditorium-music-speech building, costing $1.7 million, two resident halls, $1.5 million, Sees Changes In Education BELLAIRE implement in Michigan the federal government's Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 which provides $42.5 million in federal funds for the (AP)—Alexander | state. j. Kloster, acting superintendent of the Department of Public 'Instruction said Wednesday that "within the next two years we Will see noticeable changes within the educational program in Michigan." Kloster spoke at the closing session of a three-day conference of the Michigan Associa- a commons building, $1 million, tion of Intermediate School Ad- and the first unit of a proposed science complex, $l million. The synod has been in session here. Kloster said tht state does not have a master plan as to how to use the money as yet because no guidelines have been received as yet from Washington. He also said the money cannot be accepted by the state "because there is no enabling state legislation allowing us to take the money." But, he said, "We will get the legislation. It is just a matter of time." ministrators attended by some 60 school officials. .. Kloster said his department Intends to do everyting possible to USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Meet Held by Camera Club MASS — Members of the Ad-j venture Camera Club met atj Twin Lakes Resort Sunday; June 13, with Mrs. Doris Yakly- vlch of San Clemente, Calif., as a guest. Herbert Garlow c o n ducted the business session. A committee was appointed to make arrangements for a July outing. George Koski, reporting o n "Method of Judging the Best Picture of the Year," said members were limited to one slide entry taken during the year; slides would merit points from three to nine which would be earned for subject interest or human appeal, composition including general aspects and color, technical excellence, correctness of exposure, etc. Slides were viewed three times and a secret ballot was cast. Five awards were presented without place classifications. W i n ners were Ben Kieranen, Mabel Martin, Elna Nikkila, Agnes Ollila and George Koski. A variety of beautiful slides was shown a t testing to the ability of the photographer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leaman, members of the club, who left Monday to make their home in California, were presented with a gift. The Leamans are charter members of the club. Lunch was served by host! and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Urho Koski of Houghton and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kieranen, a f t er which slide scenes of Chicago and California were shown by Ed Ollila and Arthur Leaman. The club will continue to meet during the summer months for picnics and field trips. Wendy Baulllnger, John and Cheryl Pattison were confirmed recently at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Ontonagon. Pfc. Oene Blanksvard. Ft. Knox, Ky., is visiting Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs Will 1 a rr Blanksvard, Greenland After hie leave he will be stationed at Ft. Dix, N. J. U.S.D.A. Grade A — Super.Riaht quality Fryer Legs w Round I With Mtoty U. Thigh* With Rib U. Caq. Super-Right •. SttOk **• Super- ,. Right L »- 4 to 4 Pounds Suptr.Rio.ht Lb. Super-Right Beef Rump or Rotisserie Roast Boneless—Rolled & Tied! Will you just taste that taste! Rich-flavored, juicy- tender beef—yours at real good-value price! 99c 49c 69c 99c 39C froze* 1 9U Patrick CuMiy jutiHtot iff Sticks —v Pereft f«1e»*-»« i Ocean Lb. 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