Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 6, 1965 · Page 15
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 15

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, August 6, 1965
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 19A5. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREt Razing of Old School Brings Back Memories By STEPHEN M. AUO NEW YORK (AP) — They're tearing clown P.S. 93. The wooden scaffolds are up. The windows, of the 75-year-old' brownstone school are thrown > open The first floor is boarded j up with old doors from class-' rooms and stairwells. I think that in all the world there is no sight that touches one with such poignancy as that of .the v/recker about to tear into one's childhood school. In recent years, P.S. 93 has fallen almost to disuse. * * * Its last function was as a relocation center for those displaced from tenement homes because of redevelopment of the vast sium area of Manhattan's upper West Side. But when it was built — in 1890 - the area included three- and four-story one-family brownstones, home to the city's elite. By the time my family moved in — in 1940 — there were still many brownstones. but their status had declined to / that of rooming houses. But P.S 93 was still nice. I remember the classrooms with walls that were pushed back en rollers to make an assembly hall. I remember, too, the red ties and white shirts the boys had to wear to Wednesday assemblies — and the flowing red, sailor- type, Uei. the girls had to wear, with white middie blouses and blue skirts. * * * In those days I had such im portant classroom jobs as win dow monitor, paper monitor and ink monitor. Being ink monitor required occasional trips to the basement so the school charlady could fill the class ink bottle Each desk had a glass inkwell I graduated about the tim ballpoint pens started to beconv popular But the first ones cos abouc $5 So, in those days we could still write in an elemen tary school autograph book: "On this beautiful page o pink I give you a sample o Waterman's ink."' Steffi — whose last name I don't remem ber — wrote that in my book. Then there was this: "I think you're so swell, think you're so swell, if I had a peanut I'd give you the shell." Alan Friedman wrote that. I haven't seen my classmates in years — not since we graduated. That was the day this entry wp? made in my autograph HURLEY CLASS OF 1945—Members of the-J. E. Murphy High School class of 1945 who attended the 20th anniversary reunion held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall are pictured above. Left to right, they are: First row—Dolores Baima Frasher, Barksdale, Wis.; Bernlce Calligaro Reinerio, Madison; Arnold Saarnio, Minocqua; Matt Anonich, Iron Belt; Betty Bruno Varalli, Gile; Frances Moncher Hedman. Pence; Miriam Hemming Koskela, Chicago; Rita Friola Brenzel, Carlsbad, Calif.; Mary Alice Conhartoski Traczyk, Hurley; James Baron, Montreal; John Shea, Durand; Fannie Salli Wehmas, Saxon; second row—Irene Valle Thomas. Washburn; Patricia Reader Strand, Hurley; Ted Brunelle, Gile; Edward Gibbons, Hurley; John Taylor, Gary; Blanche Perin Engstrom, Gile; Louise Taraboi Zell, Marie Ransanici Lewallen, Hurley; Charlotte Endrizzl Levra, Emelia Brignoli Reinerio, Pence; Thomas DeCarlo, Ironwood; Thomas Collins, Superior; Gerry Kopacz Anderson, Montreal: third row—James Moha, West St. Paul; Lawrence Lake, Iron River; Howard Davia, Lombard, 111.; James Ademino, Ambler, Pa.; Peggy Morris Erickson, Ironwood; William Risko, Campbell, Calif.; Kathleen Rautio Mesun, Wausau; Ardele Guest Frandsen, Arlington Heights. 111.; Gloria Nashlund Finco, Lawrence Lewis, Ironwood; Wesley Freeman, Paw Paw. The reunion activities opened with a cocktail hour from 6 to 7:30, when dinner was served..Dancing was enjoyed from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Thirty-six classmates together with husbands, wives and friends, totaling 66, were in attendance. Matt Anonich was master of ceremonies and Mrs. Betty Bruno Varalli presided at the memorial rites during which there was a moment of silent prayer. Each classmate gave a summary of the last 20 years. Prizes were awarded as follows: Married the longest, Banche Perin Engstrom; changed most, Ted Brunelle; traveled farthest, Gloria Nash- lund Finco; latest married, Matt Anonich; most children, Mary Alice Conhartoski Traczyk; grandmother, Mrs. Finco; least hair, James Ademino; changed least, Lawrence Lewis. 26 Area Pupils At Music Camp Twenty-six area students are among the 213 students participating in Northern Michigan University's 1965 Annual Summ e r Music Camp this week. "Dr. Harold Wright, head of NMU's music department, stated that the camp is primarily designed for high school students and includes concert band, chorus, baton twirling, stri n g s and piano. Two nationally-known musicians, Weston H. Noble and Frank A. Piersel, are participating in the camp. Noble is chairman of the music department at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, where his college choirs have made a number of national television appearances. Piersel, director of bands and professor of music at Iowa State University, also serves as a summer director of the Fred Waring Band Workshop. Students from this area taking part in the camp are: From Bessemer — Doris Lee Mascotti and Nancy Will i a m- The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE cream cone, of course, for it is a more immediate appeal! That dime is a vaguer stimulus, since It must later "be converted Into an ice cream cone Susanna's protest shows a basic law which salesmen and advertisers routinely employ. Scrapbook this case if you are interested in how to persuade people readily, either alone or in groups. Then consult my textbook at your city library or send for the booklet below. LBJ won the presidency last fall by use of this same psychology! bought the new car or golf j drug clubs or shotgun or new dress! \ a d i me versus a slip of paper But the logic comes second and is simply the camouflage to cover the original emotional desire that actually produced the action. <3> First Degree appeals beat second degree, while second degree exceed third degree. The actual substance work- whlch is redeemable at the drug store for an Ice cream cone. The child dime, for will prefer the paper is the too indefinite. The youngster sees a more direct connection between the dime and the ice cram. Read Chapters 1, V, VII and VIII in my textbook "Psycholo- lus. CASE W-465: Susanna, ag e d For examplei tne pecan pie on 4, was crying. "Cathy has TWO pieces of buds, will thus cause more sali- candy." she complained, as she; va to flow than the word "pe- showed me her single stick of| can P i e ." hard candy. I The that phrase "pecan pie" So I told her to lend me her i as a printed term will help stim- ing on your sense organs, isjgy Applied" at your local li- called the "first degree" stimu-lbrary for more data along these ! lines or send for the booklet "The New Psychology of Advertising and Selling," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing your tongue, acting on your taste- stick of candy. book: "To Steve: Prison — P.S 93. ulate more saliva than the gener-1 a long stamped, addressed en' velope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) iponents, such as "pecan pie" or) (Copyright by The Hopkins "vanilla ice cream" or "choc-1 Syndicate, Inc.) Holding it behind my back, I.ic word "dessert." broke it into two pieces. Then ij Therefore, "dessert" is a third handed her both of them, say-1 degree stimulus, whereas its com- . 1 i^rtMQMfc? piirtVk or <( f\or»on t^to** f\\+ pieces of candy!" iclate cake" are second degree! And Susanna'seemed q u i t e' persuaders ! happy to have attained equal so- Bu t the actual foods on the, cial status with her sister, who t ° 1 18ue.«_ e ,J^ r ! t ..? e _ g ^ e . e - ??P!^is one year older. Advertising and sales psychol- My simple remedy for Susan- ogy thus resolve themselves na not only works on youngsters, largely into the .skillful use of but it suggests several axioms of second degree words versus the ' advertising psychology, namely: '• more remote third degree terms. d) Tangibles usually exc e e d All words are symbols, as are intangibles in motivating hu- musical notes and even money. man beings Offer a child the choice of an People thus can perc e 1 v e ice cream cone vs. a dime, and ' Jailer — Mrs. Mitchell. Warden — Mrs Frey. Released — June 27, 3947. Your cellmate, Mildred." Well, the old jail' is coming down i *" *""*"** ...-.— --—. , - - - j . * . But as Marcia Hauptman quantity more readily than;wmcn wrote in my autograph book, i Quality, 'since "2" is obviously my days at P.S. 93 were: "2 greater than "1.; Sweet 2 be 4 Gotten." But "quality" is less tangible. It is a matter of "degree" rather than of visible numerical su- perioroity. (2.) Sensory appeal usually ex- Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Anderson! ceeds logical or mental appeal,, Brookfield, ill., re-i Emotions are aroused by ap- cently visited the Pantti fam- P eals to tne e y e > ear - toucn . ne choose? The ice Mass Personals Any 1965 graduate of the Mass High' School, who is Interested in acquiring a student loan, is asked to contact Mrs. Connie Spitz at the high school where applications are available. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rudolph Makimaa and family, Taylor Township, visited his brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mattson. and other relatives here at?d in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Anderson and family, Milwaukee, visited here with his mother, Mrs. Nick Nikonen, and with relatives at Trout, Creek. Mrs. Olga Patik, Mrs. W i 1- liam Stark and son, 9hica g o , Charles, Wesala, Calumet, and Mrs. Sadie Raskelly, Kearsarge. visited at the homes of Mrs. Riika Buustel and Mrs. Lillian Perttunen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deane and sons, Brian and Bruce, Grand Blanc, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rose and daughters, Connie and Mary, Warren, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Garlow. Mr. and Mrs. William Garlow, Detroit are the parents of a daughter, Sheila Marie, born July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Johnson and family, Marquet te. visited with relatives here. Mrs Isaac Anttila and grandson, Joseph Pelkola, and M r . and Mrs. George Westerin e a and family attended the confirmation service at the Apostolic Church at Calumet S u n day, July 25. Richard Antti 1 a Rocklond Personals Hies. She is the Pantti. former Eva Mr. and Mrs. William Floyd, Garden City, visited here and in Ontonagon lor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lahti and family, Milwaukee, recently visited relatives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hicks and family, Ferndale, visited relatives and friends here. She Is the former Janet Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M a x- spent a weekend here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wigs and family, Lambard, 111., arrived to spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bartanen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ivanecky and children have returned to their home in Chicago after visiting her parents, Mr. and idrs. Andrew Bartanen, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guernsey, Kalamazoo, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gougeon recently. Miss Gall Wilber is visiting the Joseph Ivanecky family in Chicago. Miss Miriam Razmus, Duluth, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Razmus, and family. taste or smell. And about 90 per cent of all buying (or choosing) is estimated to be a result of Impulse or emotion. But this basic sensory factor is then "rationalized" by most people, who weave an elabor ate and ostensibly very logical set of reasons why they should have TV SERVICE Day or Night 0510*^3124 MATTSON'S DAY Dial 932- TV SALES & SERVICE SEE NEW ZENITH 25" RECTANGULAR COLOR TV 223 E. McLeod Ave., son. From Ironwood—Patrice Arasim, Marlene Clemens, Ju 1 i a Impola, Mary Kilbourn, Joel Lahti, Carol Peterson, Maureen Peterson, Sara K. Spencer and Lana Wilson. From Ontonagon—Christine Anderson, Cynthia Hamilton, Julie Anne James, Carole Koistenen, Joanne Koistenen, Karen Mazurek and Diana T-Nlemi. From Wakefield —Betty Best, Bonnie Bonello, John Bruno, Sherry Graff, Gail Moskov i c h and Jill Wasielewski. From White Pine— Dennis Evans and Douglas Repall. Ontonagon Briefs A meting of the Ontonag o n Arie of Eagles will be held Monday evening, Aug. 9 at 8 at the Eagles Hall. Miss Judy Walker has returned from the Bay Cliff Health Camp where she. ha s been employed for a six week session. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Clark and sons, Jonn and Robert, and Thomas Casey have returned from a six week vacation trip to points in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend and daughters of Ravenna have arrived to spend their vacation visiting his mother, Mrs. G. A. Townsend, and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. David Kje 11 - PIPE STOCKPILE — Carloads of pipe for the natural gal pipeline to Marquette began arriving here July 23 and are currently being stockpiled at the Soo Line Railroad yard here. Each pipe is 16 inches in diameter and is approximately 50 feet in length. Shipped here from Youngstown, O., some of the pipe has already been laid in this area. Officials of Panama Construction Co., the firm that is laying the pipeline, said today that operations here have come almost to a standstill because much of the equipment in use here had to be sent to the Bad River area near Ashland to aid work crews which had come up against some diversionary problems. A skeleton crew is working in the Ishpeming area at the present time, officials said. (Daily Globe Photo) garet Johnston. Mr. Kjellberg, a'Barracks will be held Mon- former music instructor in the i day evening. Aug. 9, at the din- Ontanagon S c h oo 1 s, also a {.- j ing room of th Memo rial tended the summer session a 11 B u i 1 d i n g. All members are Northern Michigan Univers i t y j asked to attend. Marquette. j :— Robert KeKke, who was an in-1 structor at the Bay Cliff Health suuuiui au me ony omi netuin ; .. .- Wl AC A Camp for the past six weeks, is! Delivered to NAbA visiting his parents, Mr. a n d ! Mrs. Leonard Kekke. ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) — The Gemini space' craft scheduled to make the first American space . rendezvous was delivered to the Picnic on Sunday National Aeronautics and Space ONTONAGON — World War! Administration at Cape Kenne- I Barracks held its annual pic-,dy, Fla., Wednesday by McDon- Barracks Holds Its nic Sunday at the Hibbeln cabin on Second Creek on M-64. ham dinner was served at noon, at which time Mrs. E. A. Enegren was honored on h e r birthday anniversary. The meeting of World War I. nell Aircraft. Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford and are scheduled to pilot the Gemini 6 into orbit for a rendezvous with an Agena rocket later this year. berg and children have returned and John Westerinen w e r e to their home in Standish after among the confirmands. \ visiting her mother, Mrs. Mar- Family Style Dinners 2.85 Adults— $1.30 Children lb Under Serving Every Day Noon to 9 P.M. Now Serving Delicious Breakfasts — Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst, Fried Potatoes, Apple Sauce. Syrup, Donuts & Sweet Rolls. Milk & Coffee, Scrambled Eggi on Fri. Adults 1.50, Children under 10 — 75c. CAMP STYLE CHICKEN Served Every Day (Except fri. & Sat.) Plus Two Meats Served Each Meal SUN. — Sirloin of Beef au jus MON.— Baked Ham, Potato Pancakes, "Jack Baked Beans" TUES.— Sirloin of Beef au jus WED. — Sirloin of Beef and Pan Gravy THURS. — Logging Camp Beef RsJ., Potato Pancakes I FRI.— Sirloin of Beef. Walleyed Pike Fil'leis Potato Pancakes SAT.— "Camp" Turkey, Dressing, Sirloin of Beef ' U.S. Hwy. 51 Between Minocqua and Woodruff - A MESSAGE TO HOME OWNERS! One Of the nicknames for Georgia is "Empire State of the South." Drive Out to Set Litzer's NEW HIAWATHA BAR on LONG LAKE ' •TAP HER / •PITCHER BEER T*r Our, Broiled Hamburger*— The Bert You Ere* Al«l 10 Miles East of 51 between Hurley and Mercer on Hiway G. or 7 Miles North of Mercer on Hiway H to G North. BEWARE! of the fast-talking itinerant salesman from "Timbuctoo" who promises you everything . . . Commission on other siding »ales in your town — Lifetime Guarantee backed up by only promises — and — and — Call Roger's first for an honest estimate on a complete job-Our prices are right! We can furnish, you with any type of siding - Insulated - Masonife "X" - Masonite Colorlok or Aluminum, and our siding will be installed by local labor, and financing is available. Why go out of town for material and labor?? -WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST- This Is Your LAST CHflNCE! FINAL C'OSEOUT IS* O F. J. HACER LUMBER CO., Inc. PHONE 932-0120 IRONWOOD 73 Years of Continued Service on the Range—Established Since 1892 Come in... Deal Now FORDS MERCURYS COMETS MUSTANGS PICKUPS During This Sales Event! You Can Buy a Car for Less at BESSEMER AUTO CO. U.S. 2 Bessemer Phone 667.5171 .WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST-

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