Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 22
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iiJ SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 31,1965. Blueberry Queen Contest Slated EAGLE. RIVER — Eight Blueberry Queens from communities in Vi';u rvvv •• ; " .^p." in | Boulder Junction Wedn e s d a y ' i Aug. -1. loi UIL iyi.. ^.ouiu.v ^ide Bluerxnj Queen competition ; The Queen's Royal Round-Up •will highlight Boulder's Musky Jamboree held the same day. The local queens will be guests i on an afernoon sailing program | from F'roelich's Lodge in Sayner, Wis., nt l p.m. Boulder Junction, Land o Lakes. Sayner, St. Germain, Conover. Eagle River, Lac du Flambeau and Presque Isle will be represented in the queen competition. Entertainment and games for children will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the ball park and will continue through the afternoon. Immediately preceding the parade, a trophy will be awarded to the j fisherman who landed last 1 years biggest musky. Identity of the trophy winner is being kept secret until award time. | The annual Boulder June t i o n; North Woods parade with close to 60 entries will leave the town : hall at 4-30 p.m. and will proceed' through downtown Boulder to the; ball park Baked musky dinner at the ball park is set for after the parade The menu includes wild rice stuffing, weiners and the j traditional picnic trimmi n g s . j Visitois are invited to watch preparations for the musky bake during the morning and afternoon at the ball park. The County Blueberry Queen i for 1965 will be crowned at the) ball- park at 6 p.m.. The new! queen, chosen by a panel of six i judges, will reign over Blueberry festivities in the co u n t y throughout the coming year . A concert by the Lakeland high ' school band at 6:30 p.m. followed .': by a demonstration of Flambeau Indian dancing completes the day. LI case of rain, the program will be held Thurs day, Aug. 5 Bookmobile Schedule Told The bookmobile schedule o f stops T Upson. Iron Belt Pence. Oma. South Carey, Kimball. Saxon. Winchester. PITS-, que isle. Boulder June t i o n Conovpr. Saynor, St. Germain, j Arbor vitae, Lac du Flambeau.! Springhead and LaPorte Mar- i ket have been announced byi the Vaughn Public Library. Ash-! land, a* follows: Friday Aug. 6 — Upson. P:3010:30 a.m.: Iron Belt, 11 a.m. 12:30 pm; Pence. 1:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday. Aug. 7 — Oma, 9- 10 a.m ; South Carey. 10:30-1 11:15 am: Kimball, 12:30-1:30! p.m : Saxon, 2-3 p.m. ! Tuesday. Aug. 10 — Win-, chesUi School, 10-10:30 a.m.;j post office. 10:45-11:30 a.m ;i Presqi.f Isle, 12:30-1:30 p.m.;' Boulder Junction, 2-3 p.m j Wednesday. Aug. 11 - Con-| over, fr 1C a.m.: Saynor. 10:3011:30 a.m.; St. Germain. 12:301:30 p.m • Arbor Vitae. 2-3 p.m. Thursday. Aug 12 — Lac d u Flambeau, 9-10 a.m.; Springstead. 10:30-11:30 a.m.; LaPorte Market. 1-2:30 p.m. More Multiple Births Appear Likely in Fertility Drug Cases C&NW Offers 11 4-H Scholarships The Chicago and North West-! ern Jlailway is offering 11 educational scholarships of $400 each to current or former 4-H youth in its eight-state service area. One grant will be made in each of the eight states to a student in agricultural economics or agricultural business. The other three scholarships are offer e d ! system-wide to students in for-1 estry. agricultural economics or agricultural business. Only resi-j dents of Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Minne-l sota, South Dakota and Wyoming { are eligible to apply. Other eligibility requirements inclurtrr completion of three or ; more years of 4-H, and in the fall of 1965, be enrolled as a junior, senior or graduate student . in an accredited college or university with a major or minor in agricultural economics, agr i cultural business or forestry. The candidate must be in good scholastic standing and may have received a scholarship previously in this program. Applications must be made througii the county extens i o n agent or state 4-H Club leader Supplemental needed materials ' include a college transcript and a report involving the applicants ' study of a phase in marketing and transportation of agricultural commodities or forest prod ucts. Selection of scholarship w i n- ners w?ll be made by the Cooperative Extension Service which conducts the program arrang e d by the National 4-H Service Committee. Winners will be announced during National 4-H Club Congress. The Chicago'and North Western Railway has supported 4-H continuously since 1923. Vote Is Set : For Next Fall LANSING (AP)—The Michi- ,j gan Legislature will vote next fall on the presidential disability Amendment to the Ui S. Constitution, the state's house Democratic caucus decided Thursday. • The amendment, which must toe approved by three-fourths 'of the state law making bodies, has been approved so far by i Wisconsin, Nebraska and Oklahoma. It would determine responsibility for the office of • President in event of a President's disability. • It war presented to the Michigan legislature in a special message from Gov. George Rom- n ney and was referred to the . Senate Judiciary Committee. |j. The regolution is scheduled to • be reported out favorably tod^y u jjncl transmitted to the house, ft Wb?re it is to be referred to the el*f Moris committee. Bather than take action at its two-day midsummer meet- tne committee will invite politic^ scientist) (9 a . J.'Boti Traxier, D-Bay ," City, majority floor leader and *V chairman of the elections com- "irilttee Shakespeare, greatest of a 1 l| English poets, never was con- ; sidered for the post of poet laureate of England. j LONDON (AP) — Women in at least five countries are reported to have become pregnant after taking a fertility drug usd by two women who gave birth to quintuplets this week. Multiple births appear likely in a number of the cases. Four of the five quintuplets born Thursday to a Swedish woman -lied within a few hours The survivor was a girl The Swedish quints were 11 weeks premature and weighed between 2 pounds and 2 pounds 10 ounces. The mother's identity has not been announced. The boy and four girls born three days ago to Mrs. Samuel Lawson ir. Auckland. New Zealand, were reported "just fine" today. They were seven weeks premature and weighed between 3 pounds 3 ounces and 4 pounds ? ounces. Hot 1 ', women had been given a pituitary hormone extract developed in Sweden and known in some countries as Gonadotro- phin. injected into the bloodstream, it aids some infertile women who normally are unable to produce an egg cell. Several New Zealand women are pregnant after taking the treatment Some have been told they may have more than one baby. But their doctors at National Women's Hospital do not expect more than triplets. The hormone treatment also is beirg given to women in the United 'States, Britain and Australia An infertility clinic in New York reported that 15 of the 21 women treated have conceived, 7 had given birth so far, and 4 had multiple births. One, Mrs. Martin Brecker of New York, had quadruplets. A similar ratio of multiple births was reported by the Swea.ah doctor who developed the treatment. Prof. Carl-Axel Gemzell. 54, of Uppsala University. He said 50 of 100 women he treated became pregnant and 25 gave birth to twins or triplets A Melbourne, Australia, doctor reported that he has been using the drug since April 1963. He said seven previously childless wives had conceived and two had twins. A British experiment in the use of fhe drug i? being conducted by Birmingham University's department of obstetrics and by the government-sponsored Medical Research Council The department said it had treated 24 previously infer- tile women. Ten nave had babies - twins in two cases — and six others are pregnant, it said. The ^search council said one dose of the drug costs about $1,400, and the cost of the trials is borne hy the council. Police From Foreign Nations Visit State EAST LANSING <AP) — Twenty-two police officials from 10 foreign countries will make a one-day study of Michigan State Police operations at the East Lansing headquarters Tuesday. The Michigan visit is part of a course given for the group by the International Police Academy. MONDAY 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. BARGAINS ON-THE-SIDEWALK—BARGAINS IN-THE-STORE ALL DRESSES Inside On Our 2nd Floor Spring & Summer Dresses Everything you could ask for in styles, colors, new fabrics are included. We need help to take them home. BUY LOTS! Crazy priced, too! Values 11.98 to 35.98 6 84 -9 93 -11 46 -16 42 Better COTTONS These Better Cottons better go! These are not for cotton pickin, but for romancingl Look what you save! Values to 6.98 2 87 * 3 86 ALL ON THE SIDEWALK! SUMMER SPORTWEAR BLOUSES & KNIT TOPS Wouldn't you know we'd have a lot left over! Priced to go, tho! 3.98 to 6.98 Values 1 82 _ 073 JAMAICAS and Pedal Pushers You don't need a bicycle to wear these! Look good anyplace! Values 3.98 to 5.00 77 _ 054 18 3 SKIRTS Everytime we skirt this rack of fancy leftovers, we see red! PLEASE take them off our hands! Values 7.98 to 9.98 487.517 SWIM SUITS They got style, they got color, they got value! Then how come you didn't buy them before? Values 9.98 to 22.00 5.79-9.89 13.47 Spring COATS and SUITS You'll want to buy these even if you have a closet full of them! The value is there, the style is there, and if you come here, you'll buy 'em! Values 34.98 to 49.98 14 87 -19 57 26 84 ALL WEATHER COATS We hope it don't rain on Monday, but rain or shine, these are real bargains! Values 11.98 to 29.98 6 46 -10 76 19 43 SKI PARKAS We know it ain't snowing, but you don't know how soon it will! BETTER GET READY WITH THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE! Values 24.98 to 29.98 9 48 15 87 RUMMIGE TABULS We Got Lots of These....Odds and Ends of All Kinds from Both the Main Floor and Our Second Floor Ready-to-Wear Departments...Come on, Just Dive Into These Bargain Tables and Have Fun! DACRON FILLED Cotton Comforters FLOUR SACK TOWELS These are the light, non-matting kind that are moth-proofed, allergy-proofed, and keep you warm as toast when you need 'em! Floral Patterns on the cover. Reg. 10.98 So they dry . dishes real good. Reg. 35c • R w I Don't Forget to Come Inside the Store-Our Buyers Over Bought So Mueh Stuff We Cah't Put It All OuJ on the SIDEWALK! Summer JEWELRY We got earrings, necklaces and bracelets galore! Fancy and wild colors you like. WERE 1.00, now look at the price 37 WHITE PURSES 27 You wanted one all summer and didn't buy these! Limited quantity, but yours for only 1 Vertin's Shampoo It's nice, it's fancy, it works real good on your hair. Comes in plastic container you can drop, shake, or throw at Dad! Reg. 1.00 77 RED WING Ceramic Planters PRICE Vi Ladies' LUGGAGE We didn't know we had so many left until we started counting! All very good and you'll like them better at these prices! Choice of Red, White, Blue, Charcoal! Train Cases, M Wuz 5.98 *f. 21" Overnighters, Wuz 7.98 r QQ 3.07 21" Overnighters, Wuz 7.98 Train Cases, Wuz 8.98 . . 24" Pullman Cases, were 8.98 5.89 6.75 6.75 Girls' Imported Italian Mohair Sweaters Whites and pastels in sizes 7 to 14. Just right for school—can wear 'em now, too! Regular 6.98, Our Sale Price .. 5 90 BOYS 1 SPORT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVES! Sizes 8 to 18. Knits and Broadclothsl Plaids, Solids, Stripes! We got everything they like. Wuz 1.98, Now • 1 09 Wuz 2.98, Now 1 75 MEN'S BOXER SHORTS You don't have to.be a fighter to know the bargain here! Famous Brand! Broacloth! Just what the old boy wants! They were priced at 1,25, your* for 87 BOYS' FAMOUS BRAND KNIT SHORTS Not all sizes but look at fhe price dropl Reg. 89c, Now 49 T-SHIRTS You can wegr these Reg. 95c, Now 59 LINGERIE Shift's, PJ's, Sleep Coats, Were 4.00 Shifts, PJ's, Sleep Coats, Were $6 & $8 Blend Fabrics in Baby Dolls, Shifts, Were 4.00 Blend Fabrics in Baby Dolls, Shifts, Were $6 & $8 O99 399 O99 099 GIRLS' SPORTSWEAR 2-Piece Sets Shorts—Peddle Pushers—Slacks Everything they need for summer! Lots of time left to wear 'em! For Toddlers—3 to 6x—7 to 14 Reg. 2.98, Going at 1 65 Reg. 3.98, Going at 2 39 GIRRULS SWIM SUITS Let's buy these and have a swim party! 3to6x, 1 03 7 to 14, O39 Reg. 2.98 1 Reg. 3.98 2 • Girls' DRESSES & SHIFTS Very good selection. All washable, all pretty as a picture! All sizes. Reg. 2.98, ] tf Now I .00 Reg. 5.98, Now . 3.75 GIRLS' RAINCOATS Have choice of Poplin or New Wet-Look. 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 Reg. 3.98, Now Reg. 5.98, Now 239 3.45 Men's SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve, Wash 't\ Wear and lots of Plaids, Stripes and .Solids. What more could you ask at these prices? Were 1.98, Now 1 15 Were 4.00, Now Were 5.00, Now 3 2 37 08 Men's TIES Take your choice of Readi-Tied or tie Yourself styles in Stripes, Plains and Patterns. Were 1.50, Now Only. 97 Were 2.50, Now Only I 77 Famous BRAND Boys' Pants & Shirt Sets Short sleeye styles fpr now ..; pr b.eii;k.t0*school. ( Sizes 3 tp 8. DrfSf him yp 9t (9^ (foitl Reg. 2.98 2 39 Rtg. 3.98

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