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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIFTEEN What Have You Cot to Sell? Let Low-Cost Want-Ads Sell It! 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Want-Ad* Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rate First Three Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received between t) a.m. to 5:00 Daily Saturday until noon. No Wont-Arts accepted for same day Insertion or cancellation after 9:00 a.m. on iveek-dnys or • ftcr »;00 a.m on Saturdays Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In the City ot Irnnwood which arc taken by phone arr ac- cepter) with the unrlerstanrllnR that they will be paid for within one week. Out-of-town atls are payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-time 8c G 2 ,:ic 3-times lie lOc G-t.imcs I7c Hie Minimum Charge 1-day SI.00. Minimum CharRC. 2-clays SI.20. CHARGED ADS allow cash r n t c when paid within one week nfter expiration. GROUP of fleures count H.S one word. Each Initial Is considered same as word. Example: Phone 0:12-221] two words 118 E. McLr-od .. thrc» words Write Box 72 Globe four words A B Smith «t Co. five words Order for fl doys—cancel anytime. Charges it rate earned. local Classified Display Per Inch S2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid al Cash RaJe 1 Minimum 1.00 Day 15 words 1.00 16 words 17 words 18 words 1!) words 20 words 2f> words 30 words 1.07 1.13 1.20 1.27 1.H3 1.07 2.00 3 Days 1.50 1.60 1.70 l.RO 1 HO 2.00 2.50 3.00 FINANCIAl- Money to Loan 51 WEED MONEY? Peoples Loan System 218 S. Suffolk Phone d'i2-5100 OUR 3RTH YEAR ON THE RANGE IIVESTOCK- Horses, Cattle, Stock 54 HOUSE FLY SPRAY for horses, ponies & Show block Kills (fc Repels BitiliK Flics TiANGK FLOUR &• FEED STORE Frederick St. Ph. 9.'12-17:il FARM AND GARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 FURNITURE Appliances, Bcddine ROV.ELL & COMPANY Plume I-M8-2-I1; Ewcn. Michigan IIOMKUTK CHAIN SA\VS~ ftOVF.LSKY Phone 0:12-1830 & COMPANY Ironwood, Michigan 1 —Used INT 45-T BALER • Cumiingnnin Hav-Conrtttloner • FORD MOWERS • McCulloch Chnin Saws FRANK MILES & SONS 000 Division St Hurley Ph. o(il--1576 1—used =08 NEW HOLLAND BM ETi 1—used #-15 INTERNATIONAL BALER 1—used John Orcre Wire-tied BAiER 1—used Under Siting FORD M,r>\VKH HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. (John Deere dealcrl Cloverland Dr. Dial 0224502 62 6 Days 2.40 2.56 2.72 | 2.R8 ! 3.04 . 3.20 i 4.00 j 4.80 Fruits and Vegetables U.S. ?1 White POTATOES I'l Ibs. — (>9c I.CC. red 1'LU.MS — Ib. 19 L RON St DON'S FRUIT STAND Across fr P & M Drive-In Visit our "Snoop Shop" in rear NEW LOAD Wise, white & red POTATOES — 20 Ibs. 1.25 Wise. TOMATOES — 2 Ibs. 35c CAHHAGK — :) Ills. 19c Swei-t blue PLUMS — Ib. Ifli- PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 2119 :ird Avc. N. Ph. 5(il-42.i2 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live such as home, annrtmcnt flat, rnoin. should begin with the street flnrl numbers: used car with make o f car: emplovment with kind nf work: business service with particular kind of work done, etc Ads so starting, arranged alphabeticnlly. come first In classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS nre advised to wrilc WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely Low word rates allow full description nt small cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding It may be edited re-.'irranKed to suit style. All nd.i restricted to proper classification. ERRORS In advertising should be reported immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. HOME AND BUSINESS- Antiques, Coins, Stamps HOME AND BUSINESS- Musical Merchandise 84 10% Discount on All LP Albums in stock MUZIK HUT Ph. 932-3211 UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. 1412 Dewey Street, Wake-Held. Phone 224-3061. Specials at the Stores 89 A Midland Special! DERBY Brand T-Shirts Only 49c with purchase of 8 gals. Firepower Gasoline at participating Midland Cooperatives Reg SI value SPECIAL - 49c Range Co-op Services Hurley Dial 561-3-144 69 Will buy: Silver Dollars l.ll) .M. iany <latc> MUX1K HUT Coins — Irwd. Articles for Sale 71 ACME 50", MALATHION SPRAY rnntrols uphids. Chew, mosquitoes, Ir.ii-hopprrs, scale crawlers RAXGE LA'.-.'N & GARDEN SHOP 'Han^c '/lour & Feed Store i Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 CHILD'S PLAY FENCE — 12' x 12'. car bed. iiu.uit seat. Boy's bicycle i2(i">. 208 South Marquette. DO-IT-YOURSELFERS Sec us for COMPLETE LINE Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Kilpt.nt'ii Hardware — Ironwood Across fr. T'ow.-l Co. Ph. 932-0401 Locally manufactured bv WAKEF1EI.D FUHNITUHE CO. Parlor Sets (2-pc.) - 79.95 Sofa Beds - 49.95 Fireside Chairs-ffloral) 9.95 Mattresses fbrand new—all sizes) 50S Off regular price House Paint (outside white) $2 per gallon Latex — 3.49 gal. (all colors) Spray Paint—(all color)—98c Aluminum Siding — sq. — $30 3-Tab Roofing — 6.95 sq. 90-lb. roll Roofing - S3 roll Solid Birch Doors - 14.95 Inside Doors — low as 3.95 D & B Freight Sales Your Bed Fox Store in Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. \Ve deliver Easy Terms Phone U32-4512 1 ONLY. 23' BLACK 'N WHITE console TV - Save 850 Reg. 249.95 - Now-S199.95 GAMBLES — IRONWOOD Summer Time and it's "Take it tiasv" Time, wish Electric Appliances • RANGES •REFRIGERATORS • FREEZERS •WASHERS »DRVERS See us for specials Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. J.U-0300 ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies inONWOOD LODGE No 31)9 F & A M fU-KUlav Communication Thursday. Aug \'f 7:30 p.m. liruood II. Sladc, W.M John W Best. Scc'y GOOD USED BUYS: Cnronado REFRIGERATOR Philco REFRIGERATOR Chest FR.-.EZER Kenmorc automatic WASHER Kenmorc lulomatic DRYER Mayt.i K WrtlNGElV WASHER We trade SEARS. ROEHUCK and CO. — Irwd. Lost and Found If it's QUALITY you want It • Maytag and Frigidaue Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) LOST: CHAIN HOIST—-1'a-ton—vicinity i 210 Silver St nf Hurley or Kimball Township .._ i Hurley Appliance & Furniture Ph. SKI-5222 Reward — MO. LOST: Man's glasses in case with clip. Phone 932-11(17. Call 501-3715. dark rimmed) IT'S NOT TOO EARLY to, think about that leauy roof and broken storm windows. Repair now. ER1CKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. Announcements 10 Convert to LP Gas If you're planning to convert your furnace now, call Mrs. Gro. Carler. 561-2486 Workmen will be here tn do 3 of ours and can do vours at the same time, for a reduced pi-ice. UTILITIES CONVERSION CO. Minneapolis, Minn. i OIL FURNACE — 85.000 BTU — S50. 1 Camper—best offer takes it. 148 Harris Street. Phone 932-1476. 1 Pro-Finished KITCHEN CABINETS ! LAND O' LAKES LBR. CO. Land O' Lakes. Wis. Ph. 715-547-3383 This week's Special Save S6 on Movie Light Bar RCR. 18!):> — NOW —'l2.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP—Irwd. Michael's Bid?. Ph. 932-3901 Stoves, Furnaces, Parts 91 Used COAL & WOOD FURNACE, square casing, with blower & Automatic controls KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 982-2130 Typewriters, Office Machines 92 CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, of fico Machines. OEORGE G SEMENAK 624 Leonard St Ph. 932-3752 ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. 012-090 Vacuum Cleaners 94 TIZZY—By Kate Osann "All Herb thinks about is wine, women and song. But all he knows about is song!" REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 120 CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 3 bedroom home of unusal dcsiqn and workmanshio Easy to heat, close in on the NORTH SIDE. Inspection by appointment. A. Lieberthal & Son. Realtor COTTAGE—Ho be moved—Ramsayi 2 housekeeping rooms — sleeps 4, tiled, shower—S600. Phone 667-3002. 207 4TH AVENUE, BESSEMER—House for sale—S750 Phone Bessemer 667-8711. 432 W. FRANCIS. 2 bedroom ranch home, full basement, oil heat, landscaped lot, nice location. Phone 932-0965. 749 MARGARET. Ironwood — 2 room home, garage, 2 lots. Phone 932-3674. bed- NORTHSIDE Ironwood—Pi blocks off U.S.-2—small cottage-type house on large lot. Ideal for retired person. Ideal location. Phone 932-3532 or 932-0891. 434 E. PINE STREET Comfortable 2 bedroom home. Automatic oil heat, modern bathroom and kitchen. IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE or small family. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk ';. Ironwood RIGHT SIZE — BIGHT LOCATION for individual or retired couple 208 E. RIDGE. STREET J. W. HUSS, realtor Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 AUTOMOTIVE- Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars 134 1953 FORD V-8 — S45 Phone 932-1501. '64 1MPALA — Many extras — low mileage. See RALPH ALLENDER Ph. 932-0306 1953 PONTIAC — 8 cylinder, standard transmission runmnp condition—&50. Phone 229-S2H2. 1963 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof — red. Kood condition. Reasonable. See at Dairy Queen. Hurley. Volkswagen Trade-in '63 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Hardtop THE KIND VOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U S.-2 Phone 932-0710 Ironwood We need clean late model used cars Get the deal of a lifetime during Closeout of 1965 • Mercury s •Fords •Pickups Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone 667-5171 Model A AJuma Craft 14-ft. —Ide il fishing boat— Reg. 29? 50-Spec. $259 RAY SMEIiTH SPTG. GOODS Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 HAHLEY sale. DAVIDSON Sporster H for Phone 932-5326. —i— USED GO-KART — good shape — S150. Inquire Muzik Hut. Ironwood Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 Your lucky number "57" Here's a TRIO of '57's 1957 Cadillac 4-door HT with new tires S295 1957 Olds 88 - $195 1957 Plymouth 4-dr. $195 •^•Special cluseout prices on all •emaining 1965 model Chryslers and Plymouths Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER - JEEP ronwood Phone 932-5200 Bessemer Phone 667-882) 1963 CHEVY HALF TON PICKUP V-8. custom cab. long box, radio, Western mirrors, 21.000 actual miles, other extras. BINGO &• SON GARAGE Wakefield . Ph. 229-S212 1952 Jeep 4-WD Sta. Wgn. CENTURY AUTO SALES^ Wakefield Ph. 229-5531 New and Used Cars 134 TOBIN ADDITION. WAKEFIELD — ! House iduplexl for sale. j Brand New 1965 RAMBLF.RS must go to make room for the 1966 models WE'RE DEALING WILD HURRY! Come on in! C & L Auto Service Rambler C:u\s — International Trucks U.S.-2 at Doiulas Phone 932-.'i430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Phone 224-5611. NEW LOCATION, RAMSAY — House 125. oil furnace, garage. Reasonably priced for quick Falc. Write Whitburn's, 109 South 3rd Marquette. Michigan or phone 226-8353. 1951 CADILLAC ambulance, 4 new i tires, excellent condition, low mileage. I Ideal for lodges and camp owners.— S300. Contact Town Clerk, Mrs. Kathleen Button. Presquo Isle, Wisconsin. Phone Manitowish Waters 955. ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE C. J. APPLKBERRY Ph. D32-1357 171 E. Michigan Avc., Irwd. 848 E. SUNSET RD.—2 bedrm. mod. home, attached garage, ,oil heat, recently decorated. SO.500. C C. KEETON. Jr.—real estate broker I Irwd. Ph. 932-1912 or 932-3452 i 1959 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible —excellent condition. S50 down—take over payments of SaO per month. Must sacriiice . . leaving for service. 513 N. Curry. Phone 932-5394. USED MAYTAG WASHER — Good condition. Phone •J'12-54U9 after 5:30. HEARING AIDS—Nnrrlrn. the finest Free brocluue. Tri-Slate HearfnR Aid Co. P.O. Box 203. Ashland .Wis. Used Refrigerators Clean — sanitized "— guaranteed All sues — all prices ELLOS APPLIANCE STORE—Ironwood WIPING RAGS, toys, good clothing. 2 beds com pic: r with springs and mattresses. Phone 561-4047. SERVICES- Business Services 15 GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Eugene Stenroos Dial Scil-3451 Wise. & Midi ulcenscd & Bonded ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Servme Mass. Mich. Phone 1-R8S-3242 Baby Merchandise 72 BAnY BUGGY (Hedstrom) In good condition. Phone 932-2106. FRITZ'S U. P SUMP & SEPTIC Tank Cleaning Service 117 E. Lead St. Bessemer PHONE 667-6061 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 It's A "LOAD OFF YOUR MIND" to Call SAFEWAV MOVERS—for local or long distance moving via Atlas Vans TV, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial 932-0510 Evenings Dial 932-3124 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & models Dumont sales Ph 932-2230 anytime EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Female 32 BOOKKEEPER—Part time, for local appliance stole with knowledge of payroll, etc. State age and experl ence. Write Box JJJ, Daily Globe. GIRL OR WOMAN for general housework and child care—live In or out. Write-: Mrs. CJcnc Winger. Hazelnurst. Wisconsin. Phone 356-6241. IF YOU NEED a good steady income, but can work only half days, sell AVON Cosmetics and Toiletries. Experience nnncces- sarv. Call or write AVON Manager. Helen Gaabo. Iron River. Michigan. Ph. 265-9B18. Building Materials 74 1/4" Masonite llardboard 4' x 8' size Tempered — $2.10 ea. LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY SAND, GRAVEL, FILL, TOP SOIL Loading. Trucking. Bulldozing ALBERT SAILY Box 171 Marenlsco Phone 543 Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your house NEED outside PAINTING? A NEW ROOF THIS YEAR? Call 932-1407 for free estimate 8-9 AM or 4 - 5 PM DON NEWMAN Roofing & Painting Co. 397 Aurora St. Ironwood Use our Payment Plan Wanted to Buy 98 Copper Wire, Batteries — I 60 Highest prices for all other 3c.iap. RICE AUTO Phone Sr'12-0900 1953 CHEVROLET Bel Air hardtop. Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE for *aie: • U.S.-2 •.Bessemer • Wakefield EMIL J. MASCOTTI - Bessemer ISLAND LAKE — almost new, 18 x 24 cottage with 100-ft. lake frontage. S3500. GILE GLOW AGE — Approximately 13 acres land with about 1000 ft. water frontage. S3.000. SEE US for other LAKE PROPERTY LISTINGS HOWARD HARDIE, Realtor Phone 561-5414 or 5U1-506B Hurley Good running condition, radio other extras. Phone 561-2896. and 1964 Corvair 700 4-door. stand, trans. Kadio. HONDURAS maroon. Lahii Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. Downtown Irwtl. Ph. 932-1101 1956 DESOTO — vcrv good condtion. P'.;one 932-3533. '59 FORD RANCH WAGON — 6-cyl. Fordumatic shift, radio, 38,000 mi. S495. SWEE TRAILER SALES Phone 561-4887 HARDWOOD PULP wanted—piled on road in Irouwood or Hurley area. Write: Hcni\ Kassien, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin i Lots for Sale 123! WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.55 Copper & drass. Will pick jp. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jcssieville Phone 1:^-9830 WOULD LIKE TO BUY: used kitchen and bedroom furniture. Phone 561-3880. LAKE ROAD—Building lots for sale— across from Green Thumb Greenhouse. Excellent condition. Inquire Green Thumo Greenhouse, Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 77 SPECIAL: INLAIL LINOLEUM (2 rulls, heavy-weight) 1.50 running foot 3 rolls GOLD SEAL — W r .>, o ( t 2 rolls GOLD SEAL Plank Style Inlaid Vinyl — 20^ off BENNETT FLOORS Ph. 932-3676 Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merriweathcr. Mich. Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who has anything to give away and does not offor or attempt Io i.tfer any other things for sale, may place an ad in this column. Must be IN WRITING with name, address and phone number. There Is no charge to the advertiser 81 Household Articles RENT Blue Lnstre Electric Carpet Shampoocr for only SI per clay. Gertz Furniture Co.. Irwd., Hurley Furni- tue and Appliance. RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 11B S. MANSFIELD Street, Ironwood, 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Call 561-4018. Apartments, Furnished 109 DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD — Small apartment—nicely furnished. Phone 932-0986 after 6 p.m. IRONWOOD—4 room, heated, furnished apartment. Inquire 233 West Ayer. Phcne 932-0803. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment. Fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood. Phone 932-2138 or 032-5530. Houses for Rent 114 LAKE ROAD — 6 room (3 bedroom! home, stokoi furnace. Call 032-4917. 110 W. PEWABIC — a or 4 bedroom homo, 2 full Daths, fully carpeted, oil furnace, near schools. Inquire same address. I WAITRESSES WANTED in. S hts' one full time. OTIC for week-ends. Apply m person Donut King Auror: Ironwood. Street, Help Wanted-Male 33 EXPERIENCED TREE TRIMMERS wanted immediately. References required. Michigan Shade Tree Company. Inc. Phone. Marenlsco 592 after 6 p.m. RF.AD th» Want-Arin every 4ay USED turnlture, household goods and electrical appliances are always In demand. Sell those you no longer Deed with an Inexpinsiv* Wanl-Ad ID Th» DiUy Glob*. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 82 Brides-to-be - Come in and register your favorite pattern in Lenox China |(ihn Albert. Jeweler Krchgi-' Bldg. SUNSET ROAD—3 bedroom home—oil heat, attaehcd garage, carpeting and drapes. Phone 922-2520. 19U3 RAMBLER 770, 2-door, stiek shift, very elean, reasonable. Older ear cosnidered ri trade. Inquire Memory Lane Service. Ramsay, 4-6 p.m. Wanted-To Buy or Rent 126 3 BEDROOM HOME wanted ladultsi —with option to buy. Ironwood area. Phone 932-1175 or 667-9911. AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 CALL COLLECT for Information on new or used MOBILE HOMr.s Northland .Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland Wis. Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 I960 EV1NRUDE Fleetwin motor — TVs horsepower. Excellent condition. Call 932-5155. "they gotta go" says Mr. Gotta, "just too many '59 models on band" •3 Buick Le Sabres •3 Pontiac 4-doors •2 Olds 4-doors •2 Chevrolets •1 Ford MAKE US AN OFFER NO REASONABLE OFFER REJECTED Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC - CMC Dealer 237 E. Ayer Street Ironwot Phone 932-1440 ORDF.R your Want-Ad* for A day* CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Wanted to Rent 116 MODERN 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOUSE ! wanted in Bosscmcr or country—near . Bessemer. Pnone 932-5493. Ironwood Machinery and Tools 83 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES 8: SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakeiield Ph. 224-7581 84 Musical Merchandise Have your BAND INSTRUMENT CHECKED nnd repaired now at the North country's complete Sj exclusive shop TROIAHN BAND INSTRUMENT Service E. of Norrie Park. Phone 932-4645 BEAD ttw WANT-ADS Dally. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 120 Attractive Bungalow Ironwood, Northside — S rooms, full basement, oil heat, garage. 2 nice landscaped lots. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Write Box PPP, Daily Globe I'.i STORY HOUSE in Ironwood—to be torn down-—tgood pinei. Make an offer. Phone 932-1413 after 5 p.m. -ll:i E. FLORENCE—5 room home with bath, partly furnished. mi 2 lots. Must oiill in a hun>. S130U. k Phone 8U2-1U97. * ' If you are sufficiently qualified to operate a general merchandise and food business with a gross volume of $35,000 to $55,000 annually, this corporation will provide you with an established route of approximately 450 trading customers, furnish the major investment, vehicle, and pay operating expenses. This is an excellent opportunity that provides voluntary hos pitalization and profit sharing retirement programs. $5,200 per year guaranteed salary. $8,000 to $10,000 opportunity. Must be bondable. To apply fill in blanks below and mail to Box MMM, Ironwood Daily Globe NAME ADDRESS AGE & PHONE NO. OF JOBS LAST FIVE YEARS MARRIED EDUCATION COMPLETED SINGLE Rockland Personals OUR ANCESTORS—By Quincy SHIRT &ALB SQL "Just the collar, Schmollar! This entire shirt is celluloid!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Matt O. Mannikko and family, Plainwell visited his mother, Mrs. John rickson, and family. A r t hu r Spitz, Milwauk e e , visited the Bahan family. H i s lather, Louis Spitz, returned to Milwaukee after visiting r e - iatives here for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard K e r r and children, Clayton and Beth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Petersen and children, Brad and Brenda and Mrs. Ernest Kerr, Duluth, visited relatives here for a weekend and also attended the alumni reunion. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and son, Mark, Danville, 111., and Janet Myers, Marquette, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jewett, Mesick, attended the al u m m reunion and visited friends. He is a former superintendnt o f the Rockland School. Charles Jones, Manitowoc, Wis. attended the alumni r e - HOME ANOTHER BUFFALO — union Mr. and and also visited friends. Mrs. Nelson Hunt and daughter, Kalamazo.o visited relatives here and in Ontonagon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Durham, Chassell, recently visited here. Patti Jo and Glen Stenson and Jane Shevland attended B i b le Camp at Camp Michiga m m e last week. Mrs. Lillian Wilson and son, John, Green Bay, attended the alumni reunion and v i sited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wils o n and son, Mark, Iron R i v er, visited friends here recently. James Wilson and daughter, Peggy Anne, Milwaukee, visited friends here recently. Mrs. Ed Faulkner and children. Brentwood, Mo., attend e d the alumni reunion and also visited relatives. She is t he former Beatrice Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shiplett, Royal Oak, visited relatives here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Laitala, Randolph AFB, Tex., visited relatives here. Roberta Hilger, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hilger and family, Menominee, and Jamni Hilger, Oakland, Calif., visit e d their parents, Mr. and Mrs. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Thousands of attorneys like Donald are stopping more divorces than they actually handle in the courtr o o ni. For no profession holds an exclusive monopoly of sound psychological gumption and practical psychiatric "horse sense." Send for this booklet which he uses as h i s Number One divorces stopper! CASE W464: Donald J., aged 38, is a prominent divorce at torney. "Dr. Crane," he began as I was luncheon speaker at his district bar association, "I have used many of your newspaper booklets. "To be specific, in the p a st year I have counseled with 68 clients who wanted to get divorces. "My office procedure is to sit down and give the client a 'Dutch Uncle' type of frank advice. "Then I send the client home with several of your bookie t s, such as the Tests for Husbands and Wives, Sex Problems in Marriage, and also the Tests for Parents, if they have children. "You will be happy to learn that of the 68 clients this year, only 17 have returned to pursue their original intention to break up their marriage. "Don't you consider this a very good record, Dr. Crane? 1 ' BRAVO, LAWYERS Yes, and I wish to salute the members of the legal profession nationwide for their splend i d work in preventing divorce! Donald is thus no exception to the rule, for hundreds of tal- ing relatives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. James L i n d berg and family, Ladysmith, James Hilger, and attended the | Wis.. recently visited relatives alumni reuntion. I here and in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muel-; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Garwood ler, Dearborn, visited relatives and family, Vinton, Iowa, and friends here. Guests at the home of M r and Mrs. Andrew Seid were visited her mother, Mrs. Lillie Roberts, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Carlson, their sons and daughter in law, | channing, visited his sister, El- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Seid, son, , len Carlson. Richard, Alexandria, Va., and j Mrs. Trgve Gabrielson, Ma- Mr, and Mrs. Larry Seid, and ; rine City, visited her sister, Mrs. family, K.I. Sawyer AFB, Mar- Albert Ojanen, and other rela- quette. Mr. and Mrs. Frank York tives recently. Mrs. Robert Morrell, Fayette- ented attorneys are now rendering superb marriage counseling, even at the late hour when an angry client enters their office. Some attorneys thus order these terse, nonprofit newspaper booklets in large quantities. One judge in the South has requested them in lots of 500 each, just to help jolt self- centered husbands and wiv e s into a wider understanding of their domestic roles. And that is doubly helpfu 1 wherj innocent children are involved in such domestic feuding. Lawyers, clergymen, den t a 1 surgeons and medics — these and many othr experle need men and women are thus doing yeoman service as Marriage Counselors, even though unofficially. They might also be term e d "Prophylact i c Psychiatrists, ' ' for they nip in the bud many abnormal behavior trends t h at can ultimately lead to divorce, delinquency and even confinement in mental hospitals. A decade ago there was the false notion that certain professional groups should hold an exclusive right to psychological counseling. Now we realize that all trained, farsighted Americans can render splendid aid by their unofficial help. For feuding couples are too close to their own quarrel t o have the proper perspective. They definitely need a widened horizon. It generally requires outside friends of experience and good judgement to offer this broader perspective. Dr. Menninger appreciat e d this need to make psychiatry a method instead of a profession when he said all doctors should be psychiatrists, instead of a small specialized group within the medical field. Many doctors, as well a s clergymen and attorneys, thus take advantage of these non profit aids made available by this progressive newspaper, for such booklets open the eyes of the feuding couples. Bride and groom expect to remain happily married forever. But due to ignorance of sexual facts and the different outlook of the male vs. the female, they often become maritally "deranged." .Lathrop Village, and Mr. and ville, N. C., attended the alumni Se , sencj for tne Booklet "Sex Mrs. Rudy York, Birmingham, r e u n io n arid visited relatives problems in Marriage," enclos- recently visited the Mau rice and friends. She is the former U1 g a i on g stamped return en- Hoffman and Paul Yakov i c h, Jean Rundquist. families. Mrs. Emily Chesak, Milwau- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence An-, kee, visited relatives and friends derson are the parents of a \ here and also attended the al- daughter Kathy Louise, borniurhni reunion. July 18 at the Ontonagon Hos- Mrs. Hilda Bailey, Detroit, i velope, plus 20 cents and see what Donald is using to stop divorces. .(Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and print i n g costs when you send for one of Mrs. E r 1 a m a y Tepsa and: family, Livonia, visited rela-lhis booklets.) children and Mrs. Steven Mau- 1 tives and friends here and in! (Copyright by The Hopkina , Loii£VJ|!W. Wasiu axe vi&it : i Mass. i Syndicate, inc.") £ pital. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson, visited relatives and friends here and was the house guest Milwaukee, visited friends here of the Eric Seline family. for a weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arvo Laine and

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