Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, June 18, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1965. Club Officers And Committees Are Announced BESSEMER — Officers were installed and committee appointments were made at a rec e n t special meeting of the Bessemer Woman's Club, at which annual reports were given and business for the season was closed. Mrs. Eugene Winkowski was instilled president for a second term; Mrs. Irwin Shave, 1st vice president; Mrs. E. L. Brocken- shire, 2nd vice president. Other officers installed were Mrs. Leonard Reinerio, record- Ing secretary; Mrs. Walter Paynter, corresponding secret a r y ; Mrs. Joseph Abelman, treasurer; Mrs. Leonard Oayan, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Mario Re, parliamentarian. Directors installed were M r s . William Karpus, succeeding Mrs. Donald Mills, and Mrs. Donald Strelc heck, succeeding Mrs. Howard Brown. Other directors whose terms continue are Mesdames William McKie, Reuben Johnson, Dante Pricco and Carolyn Sage. Committee appointments by the president, Mrs. Winkowski, were announced as follows, the first two being chairman and co-chairman: Program and calendar —Mrs. Karpus and Mrs. McKie, and chairmen of standing and special committees and dep a r t- ments. Finance— Mrs. William Velin, Mrs. Strelcheck, Mrs. James Proctor, Mrs. Isadore Maccani, Mrs. Frank Drazkowski J r ., Mrs. Domenic Gugliemotto, Mrs. Conrad P. Velin and Mrs. Louis Filippini. Publicity—Mrs Reinerio and Mrs. William G. Johnson. Safety—Mrs. Arnold V i s p i, Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Joseph Pecard. Health and social welfare — Mrs. William Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Stancher, Mrs. Pearce Graham Jr., Mrs. J. C. Massie, Mrs. Herman LeClaire, Mrs. Arnold Jiongo, Mrs. Ralph Olson, Mrs. Emit Kelto, Mrs. Bruno Crenna ' and Miss Valeria Stone. Social— Mrs. Walter N e w man, Mrs. Kenneth MacFarlane, Mrs. Arnold Schmidt, Mrs. D. J. Pitrone, Mrs. Reinerio and Mrs. G. L. Mazanec. Membership— Mrs. McKie, Mrs. Filippini, Mrs. W ait e r PaynteY, Mrs. Warti Slivea, Mrs John Frick, Mrs. William Lester, Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Irwin Shave. < Hospitality— Mrs. William F. Fellow, Mrs. Arvid Thors, Mrs. Leonard Oayan, Mrs. Pricco, Mrs. Roy Malmberg, Mrs. Arco Certano, Mrs. P. E. Graham Sr., and Mrs. William Johnson. Hostess — Mrs. Brown and Great Entertainment ENJOY the "TOPS" MUSIC and DANCING Ivwy Saturday Night Featuring Music br BALKAN STRINGS Mike, Hi qnd Pat* Piua Served Nightly BALKAN INN Wakefield. Michigan Mrs. Proctor. House—Mrs. Paynter and Mrs. Thors. Auditing — Mrs. Mario Carpenedo and Mrs. Vispi. Youth conservation — Mrs. Pitrone and Mrs. Edwaru Strahs. Conservation—Mrs. Cer t a n o, Mrs. Maccani, Mrs. Arthur Basket and Mrs. M. A. Gedda. Girlstown—Mrs. Pricco. Sunshine— Mrs. Proctor. Library— Mrs. Reuben Johnson and Mrs. Brokenshire. Legislation— Mrs. Sage and Mrs. John Sartoris. International relations — Mrs. Malmberg and Mrs. Reinerio. Home arts—Mrs. McKie and Mrs. Brown. Drama—Mrs. Reuben Johnson and Mrs. McKie. Music—Mrs. Leonard May e r and Miss Astrid Hansen. Civil Defense—Mrs. MacF a r lane and Mrs. Certano. Social telephone—Mrs. Gayan, Mrs. Abelman, Mrs. Maccani, Mrs. Malmberg, Mrs. Clayton Rund, Mrs. Graham Jr., Mrs. Stancher, Mrs. Irwin J. Neault, Mrs. Joseph Jezek and Mrs. Drazkowsski Jr. Community betterment —Mrs. Sage and Mrs. Gayan, the com! mittee personnel to be appointed. Scholarship committee—to be appointed. Press book—Mrs. Rund and Mrs. Mario Re. Vandalism to Home Reported BESSEMER — City police are investigating an act of vandalism that occurred Wednesday evening between 9 and 10 to the E.J. Nystrom home, 110 E. Iron Street, it has been reported. Two large picture window panes were broken in the rear of the residence during the absence of the occupants, police said. Police Chief Clayton Rund says he believes 20 young persons, traveling in a pack, are responsible for the damage and that eight youths are being held for questioning. The case is being referred by the police to the juvenile division of the probate court, Rund stated. TOPS ClubTdopts New Incentive Method BESSEMER — The Skinny Minnie Chapter of "Tops" at its meeting this week, adopted a new method for. incentive to encourage slow weight losers. The method is titled "Pigs on the Wagon". The name of each member is placed on a pig in a miniature wagon. As long as ithey continue to lose weight or remain the same, they may stay on the wagon. As soon as they show a weight gain, they fall off the wagon and pay a fine of 25 cents which is deposited in a Piggy bank and will be awarded to the one who stays on the wagon the longest. The program at the next meeting will feature "The Art of Make-Up." Anchorage, Alaska, began existence as a tent town during constructor of the Alaska railroad between Seward and Fairbanks. OLD FASHION POLKA MUSIC SATURDAY NIGHT by Magdiiak It Pel* Baratone, FIRE HALL INN Sophie St. Bessemer Join all the Happy People here S SATURDAY NIGHT | V "DICK'S TRIO" I Yes, they'll all be having the time of their S lives Saturday night at Bingo's. Make as special plans to attend now! as Good Feed-Drinks and the Be*t Music == PIZZA also served as BINGO'S BAR & DANCEHALL | Located l'/i Miles Northeast of Intersection == to Wakefield on M-21 = HOLIDAY 'fHERMDs On* gallon size, with exclusive wheel typt faucet. Keeps liquids hot or cold. Reg. 4,99. July 4 Group Meets Sunday WAKEFIELD—The Fourth of July activities committee wl!l hold another meeting Sun day, June 20, at 7 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Home, Lakeshore Drive and US-2. All the queen candidates are asked to be present at this meeting. Girls, who wish to enter the contest, are reminded that June 19 is the deadline for entries. Report will be made on the water exhibition shows to be held on Sunday Lake. Any one who wishes to participate in the show with boats, water skiing or any other form of water event is asked to contact Al Inkala. Additional entries for the parade on Monday are also requested, and all those interested in entering floats in the parade are asked to get their entries in as soon as possible. A report will also be made on the fireworks display to be 1 sponsored by the Chamber of: Commerce. Chairman of t h e I event is Clarence Halberg. Representatives of all organizations are- urged to attend this meet-' ing. Funerals WILLIAM N. HOCKING WAKEFIELD — Funeral services for William N. Hocking, 84, Plymouth Location. Wakefield, who died Wednesday, will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church with the Rev. Paul King officiating. Burial will be at Lakeside Cemetery. The Lakeside Memorial Chapel will open for visitation Sunday at 3 p.m. Post-Nuptial Party Fetes Mrs. P. Couba! WAKEFIELD — Mrs. Paul Coubal, Milwaukee, was the honored guest at a post-nuptial party held Wednesday at the Gun Club. A social time was held and the honored guest was presented with several beautiful gifts and a purse of money. Garden flowers, flanked by lighted tapers, centered the buffet table. Lunch was served to 60 guests. Hostesses for the event were Mrs Ray Johnson Mrs. Ben Berno and Mrs. Gordon Levra. Attending from out of town was Mrs. Edward Carlson of Rockford 111. Mrs. Coubal, the former Rosa- Jle Johnson, daughter of the Ray Johnsons, Wakefield, was married to Paul Goubal on May 22 in Milwaukee. She was graduated from Wakefield High School in 1963 and prior to going to Milwaukee, was employed at the Wakefield Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Coubal are making their home in Milwaukee where both are employed. Mrs. Coubal is employed at Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company. 4-H Club Organized At J. Kirchner Home WAKEFIELD — The organizational meeting of the Country Side 4-H Club was held Wednesday at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirchner. During the business session, election of officers took place with Patty Brentar being elected as president; Patty Sievert, vice president; Joan Londo, secretary and reporter, and Mary Kirch n e r recreation leader. Mrs. Kirchner Is the leader for the new group. Eight members registered at the initial meeting, with the girls being 10-14 years of age and from the Wlco-Plymouth area. Meetings will be held on alternate Wednesdays at the Kirchner home. The girls chose vegetable and flower gardening as their project. Attending the meeting was Miss Carolyn Crowell. extension agent, who led a discussion on gardening which was enthusiastically received by the group. Couples Club to Meet At L. Korpi Cottage BESSEMER — The Couples Club of the Sharon Lutheran Church will meet Saturday at the Leonard Korpi cottage, Lake Gogebic, opening at 7 p.m. with a potluck supper. Supper arrangements are being made by Mr. and Mrs. William Lintelmann, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Car-' penedo and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Synkelmaa. Members planning to take part are asked to call the Lintelmanns relative to the supper menu. Some 100,000 varieties of tlow- eripg plants would disa p p e a r from the earth if bees should ever become extinct. Mrs. M. Bye Honored At Meeting of WSCS WAKEFIELD — At the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternon, Mrs. Maurice Bye was honored by her friends for her service as treasurer of the WSCS for the past 40 years. Each of the women prese n t spoke briefly of their association with Mrs. Bye, in church activities and outside of church activities and of many pleasant hours spent with her in her various types of work, and they presented her with a gift. Mrs Anton Olson will succeed her as treasurer of-the WSCS. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Joseph Cloon and Mrs. Harold Marshall. Attractive arrangements of garden flowers centered the buffet table for the afternoon social activities. Past Matrons Club to Have Picnic June 24 WAKEFIELD—The Past Matrons Club of Victory Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Agnes Carr Tuesday evening. Dessert was served at 7 p.m. The table was decked with lovely arrangements of pink carnations. During the business session, the group decided to hold a picnic at Cisco Lake, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Raess Thursday, June 24. The next regular meeting of the club will be held in October. After the business session, cards were played, with honors in bridge being awarded to Mrs. Harlan Johnson and Mrs. Maurice Bye, and in canasta to Mrs. Gertrude Walstrom. Girl Charged With Having No License WAKEFIELD—Mary Brill, 19, Bruce Crossing, was charged by Michigan state police with driving without a drivers license, following an accident Wednesday morning on M-28, two miles east of Bruce Crossing, in which she and a passenger, Bonnie Swanson, 17, were injured, it has been reported. Both girls, police said, sought their own treatment. The driver was going west on M-28 when she lost control of her car while trying to negotiate a curve, went off the road, hit a small tree and rolled over, officers reported. Extensive damage resulted to the car and the driver will appear before Judge Milton Eckstadt, Bruce Crossing, police stated. Clyde Benson Given A Fellowship Grant WAKEFIELD — A fellowship grant for special concentrated study in the fields of teaching have been granted to seven members of the Alma, Mich, schol system, one of which is Clyde Benson, formerly of Wakefield, and now on the faculty of the Alma schools, serving as instructor in industrial arts In the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. These grants for the com i n g summer months are under the National Defense Education Act, and Benson will receive train- Ing at the Michigan State University, East Lansing, for four weeks as audi-visual medio specialist. Elizabeth J. Haglund Is Awarded a Medal WAKEFIELD — On May 14, Miss Elizabeth J. Hagl u n d . Nurse Director, United Stat e s Public Health Service, was awarded the commendation medal for exemplary performance of duty. Miss Haglund is stationed in Region 7 of the Public Health Service, with headquarters in Dallas, Texas, and serves as a nurse consultant in the field of Chronic Disease Control. Miss Haglund daughter of Mrs. John Haglund, has been a commissioned officer in the Public Health Service for 17 years, with a rank equivolent to a Navy captain. First Swimming Period For Women Wednesday WAKEFIELD—The first swlm- mihg session of the women's group was held Wednesday evening in the Wakefield Motor Lodge swimming pool. It was decided that hereafter, swimming will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9 p.m. All women Interested in Joining the group are asked to come to the next session. A nominal charge is made for swimfing. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Brown's Cafe Exceptional Be a Complimentary host, . . Yes, compliment friends, relatives and out of town guests by "bringing them to dinner" at Brown's Cafe Exceptionalc. You'll be complimenting them in another way too ... especially if your guests have discriminating appetites and enoy truly good food, they'll relish the delicious specialties served at Brown's, and with equally good taste. Fete that Favorite V.I.D.* of yours on Father's Day. Brown's have all the good things dad loves most. *Very Important Dad Brown's Cafe Exceptionale met PARKING t BEMCMEH OH UJ.J PHONE MM14I 4th Address . . Tel. No. Official Entry Form of July Queen Contest Age . . . . Send to: 4th of July Committee 605 River Street Wakefield, Michigan Entries must be postmarked by June 19 Wakefield Briefs Quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 4 Carl E. Nelson. recently wejp Mrs. Hobart C. Johnson, wife of the late Dr. Hcbart C. Johnson of. St. Peter, Minn., and the Rev. and Mrs. P a u'l Lutz and daughter, Lynn of St. Paul. Mrs. Johnson is a sister to Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. David Wertanen, Milwaukee, spent the weekend visiting Mr. Wertanen's mother, Mrs. Herman Wertanen, and other relatives and friends. He will enroll Sunday at Northern Michigan University, Marquette, for 8 weeks of the summer, sessions. He is instructor in the Milwaukee schools. Mr. and Mrs. David Koski and daughter, St. Claire Shores, are visiting Mr. Koskl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koski, Wakefield, and with Mrs. Koski's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson, Ironwod. Koski is Instructor In the St. Claire schools. Richard Nelson will attend the summer sessions at Northern Michigan University, Marquette. Steven Malmberg left Tuesday for Marquette after spending a week visiting his mother, Mrs. Joanne Malmberg and friends. Out of town guests attending che Boleau-Rintamaki wedding last Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. V.F. Mikko. Lansing; Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Waters, Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Waters, Jimmy and Susie, Miss Dona Rint- amaki, Negaunee; Mrs. Kenneth Kitto and Miss Treasure Monk, Paradise; Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Guzln, Bruce, Karin and Joy, Rockford; Mrs. Victor Kruutari, Mrs. Norman Burgess, Norma, Dallas andLanny, Flint; Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Johns, Mount Morris; Mrs. Mervin Isaacson, Carl A. Swanson and Mrs. Minnie Peterson, Loretto; Mr. and Mrs. John Childers, John Childers Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raisanen, Marenisco; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boleau. Park Falls, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harju, Douglas, Marcle and Randene. Sullivan, Mo. Mrs. Mildred Howard, Chippewa Falls, Wis., is visiting her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacob son, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sal 1 e r and daughters left for Coal City, 111., to visit Mr. Sailer's brother and family for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Galinatz and daughter, Betty Jean and Kathy, Aurora, Minn, are spending a week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sailer and with Mrs. John P. Ballone. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Myers and daughter, Terl Lynn, Lansing, spent several days visiting Mrs. Myer's mother, Mrs. Alberta Goodney. on their return they were accompanied by Mrs. Goodney who will -visit in Lansing for an indefinite period. Vernon Olson, Detroit, is spending a two week vacation visiting his brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Olson, and other relatives and friends. Rotory Program Given By Young Magician WAKEFIELD — The W a k e field Rotary Club held its dinner meeting on Monday evening at the Big Wheel Restaurant. Ben Halme was the program chairman for the eveni'ng, and he had as his guest performers, Frank Eppolite, and his sister, Mary of Bessemer, who presented several entertaining and unusual feats of magic. The young man is a talented magician and Mary acted as his assistant. A guest at the meeting was Frank's and Mary'« mot her, Mrs. F. Eppolite. "CROWN JEWELS" A chest containing a dozen little pellets, first bits of pure aluminum extracted by the elec trolytic process, acquired by the Smithsonian Institute, has the sobriquet "Crown Jewels". 2 Children Die, Mother Is Held DETROIT (AP) — A mother was held on a child neglect charge today as doctors and police investigated the deaths of her two small daughters, malnutrition patients at a bospital Mrs. Martha Hearns, 35, detained Sunday when police said she tried to take the children out of Children's Hospital stood mute in Recorder's Court Thursday to the charge. Her bond was set at $1,000 and examinl< nation scheduled for June 28. One child, Sammie Mae, died Monday at the hospital. The other, Marcia, 7, a half-sister, died Thursday. The Wayne County medical examiner was investigating both deaths. Police took the girls to the hospital last Friday after finding them suffering from malnutrition and dehydration at home. Police reported finding voodoo books and charms in Mrs Hearns' apartment. Six thousand dollars, wrapped in rags, was found in a closet. After her detention, Mrs. Hearns was hospitalized for observation Dr. Edward 8 Zawadzkl, medical examiner; said food which Mrs. Hearns brought to the hospital Saturday and gave to the children was being examined. Police said Mrs Hearns' only apparent income was from child support payments. MSU Trustees Accept Grants EAST LANSING (AP)—Michigan State University's trustees accepted a National Institute of Health grant of $596.000 Thursday for research aimed at discovering whether leukemia is caused by a virus. The grant was among a total of $3,627,859 accepted by the board at its monthly meeting. The board also accepted grants from the Peace Corps in Washington—$276,748 to train 90 students to serve in rural development programs in Nigeria and $240,838 for 81 trainees in urban and rural comunity and health work in Chile. A $432,225 grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek will support an experimental program designed to de velop leadership in agriculture. A select number of farmers in the 25 to 35-year age group, and largely without college educations, will participate. Under a $156,300 grant from the Charles F. Kettering Foundation of Dayton, Ohio, social scientists from MSU will work with local educators to evaluate the social studies courses in both elementary and secondary schools in Lansing, St. Joseph and Warren Woods. DANCE - DANCE - DANCE SATURDAY NITE • MUSIC • '. GALAXIES White Birch Inn BESSEMER WAKEFIELD THEATRE . Showing Last Tim* Tonight Twice Evenings at 6:45 and 1:00 "PSYCHO" Alto Selected Short Futures COMING SATURDAY and SUNDAY Showing Only Once Evenings at 7:30 "The No. 1 Attraction of all time!" "CLEOPATRA" Color by Deluxe MONTREAL LODGE Fish Fry Specials 7 course meal ^ I «w5 Assorted Fish SUNDAY Roast Leg of Lamb with Mint Jelly long Island Duckling Family Style 7 Course Meal Roast Beef- Chicken 2.SO Unification Plan Is Considered By WILLIAM J. SCH1FFEL Associated Press Writer DETROIT (AP) — Tentative steps toward a unified Luthei- an Church in the United States were taken Thursday by delegates to the 46th annual Missouri Synod Convention An hour-long floor discussion centered about resolutions on the proposed Lutheran Council in the United States of America. They were the first such discussions in the history of the traditionally seperatist Synod. The LCU8A would unify the Synod with the American Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Church in America/The former •greed to the proposal at their convention vlast year.. The Lutheran €hurch in America is slated to discuss the move at their 1JM6 meeting. No decision on the proposal is expected from the Synod until the end of its convention June 26. The 10,000 delegates Thursday re-elected the Rev. Dr Roland Wlederanders of St. Louis and The Rev. Dr. Theodore Nickel of Chicago to two-year terms as Synod vice-presidents The Ret. Dr. W. Harry Krieger president of the Synod's Michigan District was also named to a vice- presidency. Dr. Oliver R. Harms of St. Louis was re-elected Wednesday to a second two-year term as Synodical president. Dr. Krieger made no decision as to whether he wouW accept the non-paid position. He would be required to leave his salaried Michigan post If he accepted. • "There is a tremendous responsibility' in our district,'^ Dr. Kreiger said. "But the opportunity to be of assistance to Dr. Harms, a man for whorr I have long, had great admiration, would weigh heavily in my decision." USE DAILY GLOBB WANT-ADS Special Father's Day DANCE SAT. NIGHT Wakefield featuring music by JOHN A DON FISH FRY FRIDAY Chicken, Pizza, Ravioli Sat. VIVA... EL RANCHO! For fine food (Bob Voss, Chef); for courteous service and a decor you're sure to find a welcome change, it's the all new EL RANCHO just 12 miles south of Hurley on Highway 51. Steaks • Chops • Seafood Platter • Cocktails Dial Mercer 476-2168 TONIGHT & SATURDAY EVES. 7:00 A 9:00 MATINEES SATURDAY and SUNDAY RONWOO THEAJRL his beat ___________ _ ______ „ Ginm nMr Wm in PANAV)SlON*«no METOOCOtOB COLOR CARTOON • SPORT REEL Starts SUNDAY NIGHT! h, ANMYQlN ^ MBURN wftRlfiBBE COLOR BY DELUXE CINEMASCOPE IRONWOOD OPEN 8:00 • STARTS 9:00 TONIGHT SATURDAY 2 FUN HITS! «*WVLEWIS .Rock (Paula Hudson Coming SUNDAY! THE SCREEN COMMITS THE PERFECT COMEDY! THEMIRISCHCOftPOMTIONpitstnts PETER ELKE SELLERS SOMMER SHOT. ICOlM'.DeLUXtl . DARK MUSED !W .fAMVISMW UNITED ARTISTS PLUSI You only live once... so see The Pink Panther twice! 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