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fRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 19X6. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. THREE Bessemer News Mrs. Carolyn W. Telephone 2531 Hallowe'en Atmosphere Accented at School Party Church Services ST.
MARK'S LUTHERAN. Corner of S. Moore and Second avenue. Rev. J.
E. Nopola, pastor. English languages, refreshments will be served after the services. Monday, Luther league meeting 7:30 at the home of Miss Patsy Kuusisto, South Bessemer. Cilek Funeral Held Thursday Morning Silhouetted against a silvery moon, Mother Witch, riding her broomstick, presided over the cemetery scene which highlightec the entertainment at the annual Hallowe'en party of the Washington Junior high school last night Characters in the weird drama of death were ghosts and goblins Sunday, Sunday school 10; hich descended from the heights mation services at 7:30: sermons above, and walked and floated will be in both the Finnish and! about in the eerie, dim blue light examining the inscriptions on the tomb stones, some of which bore the sentiments, "Here Lie Al Dictators," "Kilroy Is Here" and "Mr.
Gloom, Rest In Peace." Presiding near the dictator's tomb was a weirdly-lighted head Satan in all his glory. Enthusiastic applause was won Mrs. Marie Cilek, 80, who died Monday evening at the home of her daughter at Ironwood, were conducted yesterday at 9 at the St. Sebastian Catholic church. The Rev.
John Belot officiated at the requiem high Mass and conducted the burial service at Hillcrest. Pallbearers included four grandsons of the deceased, Walter Cilek, Chisholm; Robert Scholar. Ramsay; Theodore Super- by the ninth grade boys, who uu der the direction of Miss Felia cynski, Detroit, chambeau, also end Eugene Arof Detroit: and two sons-in-law, George Supercyn- ski, Duluth and Frederick Scholar of Ramsay. Out of town relatives who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cilek, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cilek, Chis: holm, Mr. and Mrs. George I Supercynski, and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Carlson, all of Duluth; Mr. i and Mrs. Thomas Archambeau, i and family, Ironwood; Frank lek, Adrian, and Mr. and i Mrs.
Frederick Scholar and family of Ramsay. Friends and relatives I from Bessemer, Ironwood, and 1 other range communities were also in attendance. Adults and Teen Agers Will Have Parties Adults and 'teen agers will fro- lie this evening in the spirit of Hallowe'en, at dancing parties to be sponsored for adults, by the 1 Washington school Parent-Teacher association, and for 'teen agers I at the A. D. Johnston high school, under the sponsorship of the seniors.
Guests are asked to appear in costume or cotton dresses and work clothes. The high school party to which 'teen agers of the range are invited, will be in the nature of a "Harvest dance." Floor shows and varied entertainment is on the program for both affairs. Refreshments will be sold at special booths at the high school. At the PTA party, which is open to the public, refreshments will be served by a committee including Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson and Mrs.
Esther Hovila, Mrs. Mae Ross and Mrs. Carl Olson. MASS SCHEDULE The Mass scheduled at 8:30 to. morrow morning at the St.
Sebastian church will not be held at that time. In lieu of that Mass a funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock, according to an announcement by the Rev. C. J. Swoboda.
The Mass schedule for tomorrow 7, 7:30, 8 and 9 requiem high Mass. Mrs. Alfred Nyman returned yesterday after visiting for two weeks in Milwaukee and Kenosha. Knobloch, staged a military dril in the humorous vein, commanded by General Joel Schmidt. In the ballroom, transformed for the occasion by decorations of wall panels, depicting Hallow- Eve scenes, accented by heaps of corn stocks, jack o'lanterns, ghosts, witches End scarecrows, the 150 students present danced in the dim blue light shed by the sheltered light overhead, from which were suspended streamers of orange and black bearing floating ghcsts.
A grand march was staged at 9:30. Costumes of all descriptions were worn by the students, all of them distinctive, rendering judgement by Mrs. Mary Guyei', Mrs. L. E.
Church and Mrs. Leonard Jezsek, exceedingly difficult. The prize for the most original costume was awarded to Alvin Bongipvanni, masquerading as a maharaja, clad in turban and flowing robes, yards in length. Attendants administered to his Kenneth Carlson, in a clown make-up, won the For Food and Drinks I That Are at-DEWEY'S 112 E. lead Bessemer For FUN and ENJOYMENT stop WILL-ANN HOTEL BAR Bessemer With Comfort and Care We Take the Sick Anywhere Phone: Bessemer 6961 MOORE Ambulance Service BESSEMER wants and served as train bearers, novel first prize for the most comic character.
Donna Mae Sandin, as a western cow-girl, and Leonore Isdebski, in a period costume, tied for the high awards for the most beautiful costumes. In the scarecrow contest, Nick Dragule won high honors having fashioned a realistic farmer, able to stand on his own feet. Second honors went to Gravel Gerti, fashioned by the sixth grade girls. Kathleen Barlow won first for arrangement of corn stalks. In charge of the festival was the student council with Leonard Jezek, faculty advisor.
Five committees of volunteers formed the working groups. In chaige of the decorating committee was Rose Marie Cassanpva; the ticket sales committee, Billy Hoeft; the refreshments, Dorothy Johnson; music, Bruce Halama and prize committee, Ruth Hansen. Raljanovich Rites to Be Held on Saturday Funeral services for the late Peter Raljanovich, 54, who was ff.tally injured by a fall of ground while at work yesterday in the Anvil mine, will be conducted tomorrow morning at the St. Sebastians Catholic church at 9. Interment will be in Hillcrest cemetery.
The remains are at the J. J. Frick Funeral home which will be open this evening and until time for the services tomorrow. Born in Jugoslavia in 1892, the deceased came to America in 1912. For several -years he was employed at the Newport mine in Ironwood, subsequently working at logging.
For the past three years he had been employed as miner REGAINS MEMORY. After four months of wandering as an amnesia victim, Mrs. Mary Heritage, 31, is reunited with her husband, Robert, who flew to join her in Topeka, where she regained her memory. She disappeared from Syracuse, N. while travelling to greet her husband, an army major returning from overseas last June.
(NEA Telephoto). Wakefield News Viola Hanson Haug. Telephone 574) Youngsters, Others Out For 'Tricks or Treats' "Tricks or treats, money or eats" was the common expression last evening as no less than 150 youngsters, elders too. called at the business places in observance of Hallowe'en. Church Services IMMANEL LUTHERAN--Reuben J.
Swanson, pastor. Sunday, November 9:15, church school, 10:30, morning worship, 7:30, Luther League at the church. Monday 7:30. Sunday school teacher's meeting at the home of Mrs. Walfred Matson.
Tuesday The board of administration at the church. Wednesday 4 Confirmation class, 6:45, choir rehearsal, 8, midweek Bible study and prayer hour. FIRST LUTHERAN There will be no church school tomorrow. Sunday, November 3, there will not be any services as the pastor is attending the church school teachers convention at Calumet. S.
V. Autere, pastor. BETHANY LUTHERAN--Sun- lay school and confirmation class, 9:30. English communion service 0:30. Ladies Aid, Wednesday.
J. E. Nopola, pastor. Miss Beatrice Miljevich, who FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY TIME to Where SeiTice and Products Are Always Dependable. TEXACO GAS and OIL RAMSAY SERVICE STATION WILLIAM HARRIS.
Proprietor Phone 7-1651 Ramsey Dancing Saturday Music by he CHROMATIC SCALERS DROP IN EARLY SILVER DOME RAMSAY MICHIGAN ARMY SURPLUS SKIS (Limited Quantity) -AH New- Seven Foot Hickory with Stainlow Stool Edgings Army Surplus SKI POLES Tubular eliA OC Steel ipOeww VICTOR STEEL TRAPS JOHNSON HARDWARE PHONE am aw n. SOPHIE BESSEMER in the Anvil mine, and had resided in Anvil. He has no known relatives. Mrs. Qua nee Appears With Treat for Group The kindergarten and first grade of St.
Sebastian school realized that Hallowe'en was a time of hilarity and gayety when in the midst of the game "pinning a tail on the cat." Mrs. Anna Quance appeared like a fairy go? mother with ice cream, cake candy, cookies for the enljre class and decorations for the room. COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY The city council will meet on Monday evening at 7:30 in the council chambers of the Veterans Memorial building. TIRES 2-600x20-6 ply 2-700x20-10 ply TUBE VULCANIZING SMALL CASING BREAKS Repaired GASI OIL! D-X Service Station ft Chas. Mutcaiti, Props.
Phone 2641 Bessemer E. Lead St. BEAT the CROWD to JIMMIES GOOD TIME HEADQUARTERS Where rour busmen IS and alwBT WILL BE appreciated. On Sophie Street in the Heart of Beuemer has been employed in Detroit, arrived last evening to visit her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Miljevich WAKEFIELD HOSPITAL Henry Johnson has been admitted for surgical attention and Mrs. Joseph Sjoblom has been discharged. KC MEET MONDAY The members of Bishop Magner council, Knights of Columbus will meet at Bessemer Monday evening for a regular session. Francis Drake has returned from Trout Creek where he has been employed for several weeks. Kenneth Hanson has returned to Chicago where he is employed after spending two 'weeks visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hans O. Hanson. Billy "Dune" Cameron of Merrill, has been spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Jacobson, Plymouth location. Ludwig Hattula and son, Jerry of Trout Creek, visited relatives and friends here for a few days. They also visited in Superior and Duluth. Ramsay BIRTH ANNOUNCED Word has bsei. received here by and John Collins of the New location of the birth of a 7 pound and 8 ounce daughter to Mr.
and Reino Joki of Hastings, on October 28. Mrs. Joki is the former Geraldine Collins of Ramsay. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Pospeck are the parents of a son''born. Sunday, October- 27 at the -Newport hospital. The infant weighed 7 pounds and 2 ounces. Mrs. Robert Savinski and children, have left for Washington, to join Mr.
Savinski who is employed there. Miss Ann Dianich and mother, Mrs. Peter Dianich, left last night for Chicago where they will visit BESSEMER THEATRE TONIGHT and SATURDAY "COLORADO PIONEERS" (A Red Ryder Aveniure Thriller) with Bill" Elliot Bobby Blake ALSO IN MEXICO" with Dorothy Lamour, Ariuro de Cordova COMING-Sun. Mon. "THEGREEfl YEARS" Frost Fighter Is Developed East Lansing--(A)--Scientists at Michigan State college believe they have dealt a blow to Jack Frost, whose unpredictable actions annually damage millions of dollars worth of the nation's fruit.
A "frost fighter" which sends out infra-red heat rays generated by an Oil burning heater and capable of keeping plants eight degrees warmer than ordinary outside temperatures has been developed at the college, V. R. Gardner, director of the M.S.C. agricultural experiment station, disclosed today. machine, consisting of an oil burner with a heater tube and a series of special aluminum reflectors to direct the heat down against the crop to be protected, raised the temperature from 29 degrees to 37 degrees in tests and was effective over a square acre of area.
Although a a production costs of the "frost fighter" have not been determined, engineers estimated it could be built for around $100. During test runs, the machine operated at a cost of only 75 cents per hour. The scientists said the heater could be used on berry, mint, flower and truck garden crops as well as in apple, orange, lemon and grapefruit orchards. Mass Parish Churches Schedules Announced Mail--The Finnish Evangelical Lutheran churches of the Mass parish have arranged the following services for the wsek: Mass: Meeting of board of trustees Friday, November 1 at 7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Raaska. Services Sunday, November Sunday school at Finnish service at 10:30, followed by a business meeting; English service at 7:30. Luther League meeting Monday. November 4 at 7:30 at the parish hall. Ladies' Aid meeting and coffee Wednesday, November 6 at 7:30 at the home of Mrs.
Anna Lahti. Greenland: Cottage prayer service Tuesday, November 5 at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Helena Flink.
Stowaway Reunited With Wife; Sees His Daughter Southampton --(fP)-- Stowaway Kingsley Foster, Minneapolis, lawyer, won what he gambled for when he walked aboard the Queen Elizabeth in New York Oct. 15 without passage or passport--a reunion with his English wife and his first sight of their seven- months-old daughter. "It's grand," he shouted in a Southampton hotel room last night as he flung his arms about his pretty wife Kay, whom he married while he was a captain in the U. S. Eighth sir force.
Foster was allowed to go ashore, after considerable difficulty, through the intervention of Charles Guttman, a New York businessman who was a passenger on the liner. He was reported to have paid Foster's $165 passage and to have guaranteed tickets for the whole family's return, which immigration officials indicated would have to be on the next boat. at the homes of Mr. and. Mrs.
Norman Vereckee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. -Ray Hosiek, a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Landers and family.
Wakefield Theatre and SATURDAY 2 FEATURES 2 "UP GOES MAISIE" AND "SAN ANTONIO KID" COMING NEXT WEEK CHARLES Grand Opening Saturday, Nov. 2 FIRESIDE ROOM DANCING EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Matinee Music by the RAMBLING TROUBADOURS with JERRI KM Dancing Doll 12 MILES WEST OF WATERSMfET HIGHWAY Flashes of Life BAD START Wendell. Idaho (P) Clyde Peterson arose before dawn to go deer hunting but found that the front and back doors couldn't be budged. Pranksters had wound a length of chain around the house, effectively securing both doors and sealing the windows. After sympathetic neighbors severed the chain with a cutting torch, Peterson left on his hunting trip.
But he didn't get his deer. UNINVITED GUEST Walla, Walla, line, the wayward turtle, a home today after a seven-day stopover at the local postoffice while en route to her new owner. Postoffice workers diligently fed Pauline flies for a week until her owner turned up. Miss Pauline Frost claimed the turtle', explaining that her mailman had delivered the turtle's box--without the turtle. SPIRITS Portland, was nothing but Hallowe'en "spirits" said police, who were called to'a residence to investigate a "strange noise." They said a cider jug had blown up.
SALESMANSHIP Dallas The first Presbyterian church, asked to ratproof its building in line with the city's typhus-control program, protested that it had no extra money to use. So Dallas Mayor Woodall Rogers called the church fathers into his office and talked long and convincingly. Result: Rogers, a member of the church, was put at the head of the subscription list to pay the ratproofing bill. Broad Industrial Development Needed Lansing --(JP)-- Industrial development sufficiently broad to insure economic stability in the Upper Peninsula must be based on long-range planning bayond the financial capacity of local government and civic groups, a governmental analyst declares. The assertion is contained in a study of employment conditions in Michigan's copper country made by Guy Tracy, chief of the labor market analysis division of the U.
S. employment service. It was to be presented to the Michigan Planning commission today. Tracy reported "if the future of the area is to be sound, there must be some new industrial development to take the place of the exploitation which has characterized its past There are encouraging signs in the Upper Peninsula. The successes of the Ford Motor company operations at Iron Mountain, and of ventures at other points, suggests that industry can develop in the region with prospects of permanence and steady growth." Men outnumber women 3378 to 3472 among the non-aboriginal residents of Australia's Northern Territory.
Police Prevent Possible Clash Jewish Vet Calls Attacks 'Lies' Atlanta --(JP)-- Police prevented possible violence last night when a Jewish war veteran interrupted to describe as "lies" attacks on his race by speakers at Columbians, recently chartered group centering its wrath on Negroes in the call for a "progressive white community." Emory C. Burke, president of Columbians, set the pace for the meeting earlier when he presented a "medal of honor" to James R. Childers, 17-year-old boy under police court bond charged with black-jacking a Negro Monday night. Both Burke and Homer L. Loomis, Columbians secretary, attacked Negroes, Jews and the Atlanta newspapers in their speeches heard by an estimated 250 Jewish veterans who attended the organization's mass meeting.
Loomis' talk was prefaced with a reference to the "alien element" in the audience. "I hate the Jew," he shouted, "because they have never become part of the American way of He also described Jews as the "original Nazis" in aspiring for world domination and added "the ZERONE WARM MORNING STOVES PEOPLES GARACE Olson Avenue at US-2 Phone 7221 or 4541 Wakefleld Never Drive by Without DANCING Saturday Night to Bishop's Swingilers Beer--Wine Mixed Drinks It's fun time again on M-28 BINGO'S TAVERN Miles N. of Wakefield--M28 Jew will die for what he believes in, but I've never seen one die for the American world." An unidentified Jewish war veteran shouted at the close of the that "half you have been saying is lies." A half-dozen Columbians, in their uniforms, "moved forward followed by others from the front rows. Jewish veterans stood their ground around their four city detectives, assigned to the meeting, moved quickly between the groups to thwart possible trouble. Loomis announced the remainder of the meeting be "closed" and the Jewish veterans left without incident.
Feasibility of night airmail was i demonstrated by a night and relay of flights from coast to coast begun Feb. 22. 1921, with the trip being completed in 33 hours and 21 minutes of elapsed time. Many pearl fishers off Australia were Japanese before World War II brought their internment. Texas produces 91 per cent of the mohair grown in the United States.
Most Australian taxicab drivers wear uniforms and open and close cab doors for their fares. ALWAYS BEER and WINE Ice Cream, Soft and SUNDAY LAKE TAVERN Sunday Lake Location Wakefield Thorough and Courteous Service HILL'S STANDARD SERVICE Roy Hill Phone 3401 Prop. US-2 at Fierce St. Wakefield Watch for the NEW THOR WASHING MACHINE TRUCK TIRES 700x20 900x20 750x20 825x20 1000x20 Cloon Motor Co. PHONE 5591 101 SUNDAY LAKE ST.
WAKEFIELD PHARMACY AURORA STREET NEAR LOWELL PHONE 33 FOR YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS Time to Think of Christmas Gifts --and TICKNOR'S Have Them! We advise you to make your Christmas gift purchases early while our stocks are complete. In these times of shortages, it not known what merchandise will be available weeks from now. May we offer the following suggestions: TOILETRIES FOR MEN The gift that is HIS alone; He'll be proud as a peacock of his MONOGRAM TOILETRIES! Keen, refreshing he-man fragrances in handsome suede flasks--monogrammed at no extra charge. PERFUMES by LEIGH Dulcinea Poetic Dream CHOICE COMPACTS ZIEGFELD GIRL A lovely, clever plastic creation to delight her REVELL Another smart-looking plastic compact she ff will like 9 METALFIELD An all metal, gold QC finish creation MILLERS FORGE MANICURE GIFT SET A complete set to carry in the purse in an a a i leather case. Ideal for gift giving.
from $1.00 Cheramy's FROLIC TOILET WATER $175 Clara Harris Sets Complete sets of creams and lotions priced from $1 Jergen's Lotion PLUS 50c Jergen's Face Cream 79c A $1.50 value combination for OLD SPICE TOILET WATER $1.00 and $1.75 MOUNTAIN (TIME brWHMLEY. Two bars of bath soap and a bottle of pine bath oil.
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