Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 28, 1965 · Page 22
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Sf* IRONWOOD DAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,1965. r Lamb Barbecue Set for Aug. 12 ' f Plans are progressing for the •' 5 iamb barbecue to be held Thursday. Aug. 12. by the Iromvood - .-. Council. Knights of Columbus, at . >(t,s clubroom •:'-omuls on \;\\\-.street, according to Grnnd » ,, Knight John Kosiac. HP has Viamerl committees for •'"the tickets, publicity, table set" ' up, food preparation and serving, refreshments, and clean-up. = ? Seorge PeMv.sna is overall chair- »'r man .-inr' ]>c- say.- 'hi"- years .-•"teed will top any of the others •••spreviously held by the local '- -. council. •'.->- Petrusha had added a roast ^ pig to the menu to give a choice ' -'of meats to the members, wives 'and guests who are expected to •"' r turn out for this unusual o 1 d > ' country lype ireal. '•'° Members are reminded that "'ticket sales will be conducted lf -"bnly until Aug. 9. for an exact " '• count for the barbecue prepara- -'' lion. Tickets are available from the following m e m b e r s: Ko s - ~" tac, Petrusha, Tom Burd, Ken- MSU Nnmps neth Comparin, Tony Bonat o , '^unics :., Bernard Krause, Tony Gust, . Paul Manilla, Mike Petrpski, • Gib Trier, William Wagner and Al Wilcheck. ,AMB BARBECUE - George Petrusha, a member of the Ironwood Knights of Columbus Council, is shown adding hard maple to the fire to ensure complete roasting of the lambs at a Croatian style lamb barbecue held annually by the local council. This year's event Is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 12. •, ; Laboratory Director EAST LANSING CAP)—Michigan State University has appointed Kenneth Lee Thompson, 20. as assistant director of its computer laboratory. Thompson nas been assistant director of the management The Doctor Says By W. G. BUANDSTADT. M.D. Trichophyton, Microsporum or To paraphrase an old riddle: Epidermophyton families. Al- When is a worm not a worm? though these organisms have dif-l When it's a fungus. Ringworm • ferent characteristics in the .•i: T . 'f. Clothes for the Sugar and Spice Set Pick and Choose Now . . . everything they need for Back-to-School is in the store! Wonderful new colors, styles and easy-care fabrics await your early choosing! with the magic touch of Cinderella Left: Flaked cooked fresh salmon and finely chopped celery make a de'i?:nus luncheon salad; mix Ughtly with salad dressing-! services division of the state's i or athlete's foot is a widespread eves of tne any kind you like —and serve on Department of Administration i fungus disease that may be t ? salad ,,reens with gherkins. for the last year. ! caused by molds belonging to the! tne diseases they cause are of-; iten indistinguishable and fortunately they are susceptible to the same treatment. It is estimated that more than half of the population of the United States has at one time; or another suffered from ringworm. No longer is this disease limited to the tropics although it does flourish best in summer when it is harder to keep the skin free from sweat. Precisely those areas where the sweat ac- j cumulates —between the toes I and in the groin — are the i most frequently attacked. i F 1 o o rs. especially swim-, i ming pool floors, golf clubs and' | the fingerless gloves worn by golfers, baseball gloves and bats and any other item that i s i touched by infected skin areas! are ready sources of the fungi. Shoes and socks, once contaminated, may help to keep the infection going indefinitely. The question then arises: Why don't even more people show signs of the disease? The answer is that keeping the skin clean and dry affords the best natural protection. When the fungus does gain access to the deeper layers of the I skin the typical itching blisters 1 may occur. Often a group o f I such blisters coalesce to form a | larger blister. A distressing fea-! ture of this disease is its tendency to produce secondary, possibly allergic, blisters in which! your doctor can find no fungi. These are caused by poisons! produced by the fungi in another • part of -the body and they not only complicate the establishment of the diagnosis but may also cause the treatment to be misdirected to the wrong part. Treatment cannot succeed u n less the focus of infection i n which the fungi are present is found and treated. This disease has been the subject of much study because it is so widespread. Until about 1959 the treatment consisted chiefly of local applications of various fungicides. These often dried up the lesions but left living fungi in the deeper layers of the skin where they might lie dormant for weeks or months only to start a new crop of lesions when the skin again became softened with excessive sweating. For this reason the search continues for the right drug for the right bug. 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MICHIGAN WHERE THE GAY COLORS OF FALL ARE SHOWING EVERYWHERE. 2 Foreign-Born Beauties Win MUSKEGON (AP) — Two foreign-born beauties won a head start over their 47 competitors Tuesday night as preliminary judging began in the 1965 Miss Michigan Pageant. The girls, from all over the state, faced the judges for the first time in competition held to select the girl who will repre- ent the state in the Miss America Pageant. • The girls were divided into three groups. On group was judged on talent, another in swlmsuits and the third in evening gowns. Three winners each will be chosen in the talent and swimsuit judging. First talent trophy winner was Esther Lynne Smith, 19, a native of The Netherlands and reigning Miss Western Michigan university. Miss Smith, -of Kalamazoo, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin.Smith. Named winner In her group in swlriifwit competitldn was Charlotte ftam^jf,: ift. Miss Eijut Detroit.' Miss H^mftdy, Daughter of Mr: $nd Mrs. Matthew Hapv ady, wad born in Germany. Winners In the evening gown competition are not announced. ^Jua#rw!rn?wnf IP mm Friday, based; on- an 9T«rrau total of points earned by e'ac'h girl In each of the three categories. PAUL'S IN HURLEY...STORE WIDE SUMMER DRESSES Largo selection—sizes 9-15 10 to 20, and 14Vi to 22'A Reg. 9.99 SALE Reg. 12.98 SALE Ladles' Short Sle«v« and 5|»evtl»»s BLOUSES Solids, whites, stripes, plafds sizes 30 to 40 Reg. 3.99 Reg. 5.99 Sale 3" Sale 4" MISSES COTTON SKIRTS Sizes 24 to 30 Reg. 4.99 Sale 3 99 ALL SUMMER COSTUME JEWELRY i PRICE ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' SHORTS, PEDAL PUSHERS and JAMAICAS All reduced, many beautiful shades to choose from. Several Tables of Ladies' SUMMER HATS Marked way -1 I PPIO C down to clear /2 I III U C we take to water with low prices! swim suit SAIL Reg. 3.99 $ALE Reg. 4.99 SALE 3" Reg. 5.99 SALE 4" All remaining ladies' swim- , wear marked way down. 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