SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965. C/osso/7955 Of Mass Holds 2-Day Reunion MASS — The Mass H : c ' School class of 1055 oc'.eVv:-;^; its lOtl- year rei;:r;or. .-•.::;.• :. and 11 Activities day m 6'30 p.m ; of Mi and Mrs. Onton'igon, where l and 19 guests me:. picture was taken: reci? took place and name tag presented Mrs Blake' punch l^cc.v.-. < B'.akc A C i.••• f.- : > r>ale Blake. A t t e Y ;."::,•;- :re ;olio\vn-u prou r a m •'• . : . > ." • SiV.'.ed ' "".:y. 'i.vt'.on ot teachers, pre- M':::.r:^r of memory books Mi v.a:v. K;cklard and Diane Kaik ; ko. das'-- history. Nancy K a n C.TS: I'lPss proplieey. Doris Yak- lyvich. class will. Marge Sch- ires. "resent at ion of class lion-: served ors. Poland Antila and Arnold' KaikK-i the awards hcinu a s First marted. n a I c largest familv. Nancy i Kcskineni of Blake; most changed, Renn- sondins her hak: it-Mow with highest hair croup and ex- line i t.u-is Ahola; most, interest- ior beinc un- inu occupation, Donald Johnson, icllow with largest waist- was given U \ line Pcnnls Aho; most eligible master 01 cere- • person Beatrice Anttlla: travel- blessing \v a s ' ed fan best to the reunion Doris \ aklyvieh. Antila of White Pine, Mr. and Mrs bale Blake of Ontontigon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson of South Range, Mrs. LeR o y Yaklyvlch (Doris Siren) of San Clemente, Calif , Mr. and Mrs. Edwnid Kangas (Nancy Ran- kinem Mr and Mrs. Donald Schirps (Marge Turin), Mr, and Ms. Wyne Niemi, Miss Beat- Eagle River's Second Annual Homecoming Is This Weekend EAGLE RIVER, Wis.—Pioneer. honor Robert C. zicbell, Sagle : residents of Eagle River from River's oldest citizen, and Span- r ey' ni!0 ' n all across the United States will ish American war veteran Fred River and St. Peter's Catho 11 c Church will carry'special materi- honoring the pioneers in their i church bulletins. is a st-nor at Luther L. Wright High School. She is Miss Ironwood for 1965 and is sponsored Eagle River high school grad-> !bv Ule I'^wood Chamber of uates of classes 1910-H met ini Conn it.-rce. ln 10Q5 Thm , sa Lec Callli 18> of Man . The ]960 ,. cun . ist ique Hte. 1. She is the daugh- The class song, as revised by | rice Ar.ttiln. Davis Ahola, Mr Carole Lieb and ; and Mrs. Kenneth Lieb (Carole (homecoming. The celebrations, Kangas. was sung b y'Kangas > of Detroit, Mr. and meetings and entertainment gather here this weekend Aug. Price. Both will address the 6-8, for the second Eagle River audience. held at!Taro> ol Chicago. Teachers pre-' 1929 tnat tnese eari - v Veterans of Foreign w a r s! sent were Mr. and Mrs. Johni nave come together. s were Mari;o Nancy t he ;j' A private party was the Post Home at East Branch after the -.I'.iincr. On Sunday a Cam ily picnic was held at Bob Lake. Att'.'rcMng the reunion w e r e Mr. a'ic' Mrs. Dennis Aho Mr and Mrs Arnold Kaikko <D\a- ana Mackeyi. Mr. and Mrs ion honored Prof Alvin B. oi-iter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster D. sen high school principal during'C a i » and is the Mnnlstl q » e those years Taped greet, i n g s; Fourth of July queen. Miss Burt Walters will be the main j ro)r bolll p ro j oisen and Maryi Cal11 '•• sponsored by the Amer- Mrs George Rumentzas (Janet will mark the first time since afternoon speaker and Walsh Jones, daughter M at a i y plo residents ne er William J Walsh. *'ll' -e- call the two Wnish 'ainllies Vougbt Wash. Selv ol Walla Walla. I lean Region to represent School- kindergarten teac h e r D. Wilson, George Mikkola and 1 Early Eaglp River education, Former Vilas County tresisur- " ..... will be the theme of Friday's, er Edmund C. Espeseth, now a meetings. Registration, beg i n- resident of Oneida County, will ning at 10 a.m. at City Hall, will speak Saturday evening on Ea- Mr. and Mrs Miles Plutchak The committee in charge of the reunion arrangements i n - Johnson Mr. was served at the Em- follows ber Room at the Shamrock. Blake Ontonagon. at S. A telephone Kangas youngest child. Dennis, Lowe'l Ricklard (Miriam Kan-(Dale Blake, Dennis Aho and; tables will be old photographs now living in Los Angeles and call ".-us: received during the Aho: lust married. H e r b ert, gasi. Mi and Mrs Ray Shafer j Edward Niemi. They were as-i of individual and club and lodge Donald Bear of Elkhorn Wis evemng from Mrs. Arthur Rennhak: oldest child. D a 1 e ot Mass Mr. and Mrs. Roland sisted this summer by Dor is| groups of special Interest to win also address the homeconi- Yaklyvich and Nancy Kangas. < those at the homecoming. Friday's meetings will ALBERT'S Summer Clearance! SENSATIONAL BUYS IN SUMMER lfi£EAR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS REDUCED O39 _ 89 O19 Plaids, checks, solids, Values to $5 - 3 19 - 4 19 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT SUITS & SPORT COATS 20% CLEARANCE PRICES ON ALL SUMMER SHOES DISCOUNTS UP TO 40 C MEN'S STRAW HATS MEN'S & BOYS' SPRING JACKETS MEN'S & BOYS' WALKING SHORTS MEN'S BATHING SUITS Albert's Clothing & Shoes Suffolk St., Ironwood Phone 932-3820 GifJ House Stamps with cash purchases Sidnow Personals Mr. and Mrs. Arnold To w n- send and family, Iron River, recently visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fellows. Jackson, recently visited friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver and friends, Plainwell. are Beulah Grooms! here in 1897, will also add to the homecoming program. 5 in U~P. Fair Queen Contest ESUANABA — Five U p pe r Peninsula girls, each a queen in her home community, a r e j come graduates of Eagle River lighted by old movies and tapes registered as candidates f o r ;high school, said Frank W. Car- provided by Judge Carter of the tlt'e of U. P. State Fair 'ter, Sr., class of 1910 and home- the 1960 reunion at Carters Su- Queen, according to Mrs. Lency j is Aup. 6 coming chairman. Eagle River Bar Maple summer home. Home- ClairmoiH, Escanaba, the queen i The U eluded Mrs. Ricklard, chair - j be conducted by Howard Olm- gie River's transition from tarm- man; Roland Antila, Donald-sted and will continue through- ing community to recreation ceii- and Mrs. Kaikko, j out the morning. At registration ter. Harry Hanson, class o( 1911 ers Saturday evening, wel- Saturday evening will be high- craft County. Emmy Lou Mattson. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walfred Mattson of Felch. Miss Mattson. a graduate of Felch High School, is the I' P. Potato Queen and Is sponsored by the U. P. Potato Growers Association. There- is still time to register cnndldnt.es for the queen contest s.'ld Mrs. Clalrrnont. TO be eligible to enter girls must be single and between 18 and 22 years of age and must have a sponsor, a Chamber of Commerce, service club or other group ''"he deadline for entries visiting at the « cu «u. «iuum a | 1911i wln give the response . Mr. and Mrs. Charles John- Friday's main speaker will be son Jr. and family, Menomlnee.j William D. Fuller. 91, of recently visited friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Pequet Grand Rapids, are visiting re-! 1902-6, the years the school P. State Fair dates was established in coming guests will be able to contest director."They are:" are Aug 17-22. The queen will hear and see friends and rela- May l.ou McKinnoii, 18. of St. i be selected and crowned on lives, many of whom are now ignac". daughter of Mr. and! Aug. u She will reign as queen deceased. . Mrs A D. McKinnon. She is' of the fair for the week and Saturday's farewell address by the Mackimie County Michigan'later will represent the region _ Prosper Stein, the response by Week queen and is' sponsored i at the Michigan State Fair in Heigiits~"li'l~'c'iass"of Lesler Bowker of Tiger t o n'. by the St Ignace Chamber of | Detroit Wis., and the singing of A u 1 d Commerce. i cS;f, 8 r<!S. byLymanCartor ,on U ^uSS e of i!r.°i n S°M n rS:! "-"ports Are Up 18% Special services will be held Eono Makela and a graduate of; WASHINGTON (AP) — Al- high school 1893. John Vandevort ot St. Germain. Friday welcoming address at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall. Glen Dyer of Palo "irest. Ga. Fuller was Eagle Riv- Q nnrtn t jer high school principal from Sunday • ln o at Eagle River churches L'Anse High School. She is though West German statistics in honor of the pioneers and queen of the Chassell S t r a w : show a rise of only one per cent : ionise )-, c ,"-o ™rt '-**""„ "r<-~~ I chane-pri frnm n rhvpp m i fnnr early cnurch organizers. Judge berry Festival and is sponsoed in total imports from the United i i^, v _ es ..A e A!._ an ?. a r, e . spe " d ! I ] g ff,^" g ^ I °"ll" 1 lll.. t °., a f ° Ur " Carter will speak at the United by the L "Arise Lions Club. States during 1964, commercial Church of Christ (Congregation- Roberta Johnson, 17, daughter imports rose by 18 per cent, the of Mi and Mrs. Robert John- U.S. Department of Commerce their vacation at their cabin! year high school program. near Sidnaw. I The history of the Eagle Riv- ,, . .„ Funeral services were h e 1 d ; er schools with special emphasis .',,„ V ,,M « AY' &lincu ;- v a n a ° for Mrs. Evelyn Breeley, Eng- on the first three schools in the the L «"ieran Church of Eag 1 e son of Ironwood. Miss Johnson has reported. land, at the St. David's Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Burchett and family and Mr. and M r s , j a lumberjack shack set up in Jack May. Waukegan, 111.. arej!883, Carter explained. A frame visiting their parents, Mr. Mrs. August Rappi. on the first three schools in the system will be related by Fuller. The first school building was and, building erected in 1885 at the ; present site of the Gaffney Fu- Mr. and Mrs. Waino Nie mineral Home on First St. in Ea- and daughter, Karoll, returned, gle River served as the second 'home recently from Mass where] schoolhouse. When this frame ; they visited relatives for several 1 building burned in 1892 a red weeks. brick structure with a round tur- Dr. and Mrs. Lowell Peterson, | ret was constructed the follow- L'Anse, were callers here. ;j ng year at the location of the ~ - — present grade school. Carter A naturalized citizen of the ! sa \^_ U.S. has the same rights as a pupils in the early Eagle River native-bora citizen, except that schools will be recalled by Burt he may not become president, E . Walters, editor of the Eagle Tlie Friendly Store (CUBE-OUT We're clearing our entire line of 1965 merchandise to make room for 1966 stock. 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Eagle River high school principal Win Abney's address on the "President Eagle River High School" completes the day. Saturday's activities will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a welcome address by Ed H. Drager, class of 1914 and former Vilas County District Attorney. Mrs. Ella Thompson dough of Falmouth, Maine, will give the response. Carter, a federal judge for 42 years, will trace the history of Eagle River from its beginnings i to the present time and will pre- I sent tape recordings of William ; Patten and Paul Cook, both de- j ceased describing early Eag 1 e River and its entertainment. The homecoming will then A DELIGHT FOR ANY HOMEMAKER! You can't afford to be without it! VACUUM CLEANER tasy toil v.noels tor hdiv dling ease. Chrome wands, dusting brush, fabric nozzle, crevice tool. 5-qt. disposable bag. Swivel-top canister type. Easy to clean under low furniture. OTHER G.E. MODELS from $44.95 GIOVANONI'S HARDWARE Silver St. Hurley Ph. 561-4141 New Low Prices! 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