Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on September 8, 1998 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

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Community THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1998 Page 4 Roonia's Camera Members of the Luther L. Wright Class of 1938 who attended an Aug. 22 reunion are, from left: Row one — Evelyn (Seymour) Rintala, Jock Urquhart, June Watson, Ellen (Lein) Santini, Martha (Kilponen) Beimas, Mildred (Mattson) Salminen, Evelyn (Kutil) Lewinski, Josephine (Kalcich) Clement, Mary (Soltis) Asplund, Dorothy (Hill) Asp'und, Betty (Ramuta) O'Leary; row two — Marvel Anderson, Betty (Gill) Cartson, Joyce (Taylor) Wurt, lima (Leino) Braunstein, Marvin Koski, Ethel (Maki) Luoto, Eleanor (Jokipii) Olson, Lillian (Nevala) Renzaglia, Lillian (Helgren) Swanson, Shirley (Van Stratum) McDonald, Hifdur (Mattson) Largest tent circus coming to Ironwood Thursday Festival Ironwood is sponsoring a one-day appearance by the highly acclaimed Carson & Barnes five-ring circus at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds Thursday. • . There will be performances at 4:30 and -7:30 p.m. The Carson and Barnes Circus is the "Biggest t Big Top on Earth," performing under the largest tent on the planet and featuring the world's largest herd of performing elephants. The circus features over 100 performers from around the globe, rings of horses and ponies, basketball-playing bears, plus, at no extra charge, a traveling zoo featuring many exotic animals. Festival Ironwood receives a larger portion of proceeds from advance sales and you save $2 as well by purchasing your 'tickets before showday. Get your advance tickets at Handsome Prints, On Cue, Wildernest, Wakefield Pharmacy and Malmberg Insurance. . Here are some facts on the circus: —Performances last year raised more than $800,000 for the local sponsors. —The only five-ring show on the road. —More ' elephants: ' 17, both Asian and African. —More animals: about 100 exotic and domestic animals, including giraffe, hippopotamus, camels, tigers, lions, llamas, equine and many others. —More human performers: about 100, including artists from the U.S., Mexico, China, Peru, Argentina, Italy, Russia, and around the world. —Aerial, acrobatic, juggling, clowns and animal acts. —Forty-four show owned transports, 88 vehicles in all, to transport the animals, equipment and artists. • —Longest tent: from stake-line to stake-line the big top is 396 feet by 146 feet. The tent is larger than a football field and the entire show requires an area as large as three football fields for complete set-up. The free zoo, or menagerie, is open for free en circus morning to anyone who wants to watch the animals arrive and be unloaded, watered, fed and cared for. Carson & Barnes Circus travels to a new community nearly every day, raising the massive big top each morning, putting on two performances and then tearing down the circus every night. In some of the larger communities, the circus is invited to stay for two days to accommodate the larger crowds, but generally the show performs in a different town every day. CarSon & Barnes has maintained traditional circus music, incorporated into a state of the art sound and lighting system. Time is money But it only fakes an instant to call a classified salesperson and get your merchandise moving. Daily Globe Classified 932-2211 Circus performers are coming to Ironwood Thursday. Prices are: before Circus Day — adults $8 (ages 12 and above), children $4 (apes 2-11.) At the box office at the circus on Circus Day — adults $9.75, children $5. For nn additional charge, tickets can be upgraded to reserved find preferred .seating on circus day at the circus. , Advance tickets can be purchased at Handsome Prints, On Cue, Malmberg Insurance, Wakefield Pharmacy and the Wildernest. £iUie 5intand <fflt U.S. 2 Kimball, Wl 561-4360 Open: Wednesday and Saturday 10:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m. — We Have Art Assortment Of Many New insms — Table Runners • Finnish Books & Dictionaries • Napkins Greeting Cards • Refrigerator Magnets • Sauna Supplies • Mugs T-Shirts & Sweatshirts • Homemade Rag Carpets BALL CANDLES Ai*ort*d Color* Gift.fi for All Occasions frttataOcrystal ' • ' N i AM D Bals, Eileen (Wilson) Stemy, Theresa (Verbos) Ruppe, Josephine (Buckavitz) Petroski, Mary Louise (Oie) Babicky, Helen (Vizanko) Stein, Betty (Hawley) Carlson, Raymond Mattson, Elsie (Kangas) Hicks; row three — Jack Fitzpatrick, Matt Jacisin, Arnold Aikala, Alden Aflen, Kenneth Lites, Arnold Swanbeck, Thomas Vizanko, Kenneth Jarvi, Douglas Jacobson, Dominic Pomponio, Charles Swanson, Richard Genetti, Orville Maki, and Gustave Swanson. . ' The Ticker Edward D. Jones and Co. David Riegier — 932-3090 Abbot Lib* 39 13/16 Amoco ..49 15/16 ATAT 55 Anwritech 45 7/16 Beth. Slwl 7'/k Champion Int 32'/t Chrynler :51M> Citicorp 10l 7 /Si DftN ITV, Dfl. Edison 41 3/16 DowChem 82'A DuPont 577/16 Exxon 66 7 .fc Ford 44 U16 GanrveU ...• 583/16 G«n. Elec 79 IS/16 G*n. Motors 58 Gillette: '. 43 Goodyear 48V. Harrsha Ent 163/16 Inland Slwl 19% InU;] 81V. IBM 1233/16 Johnson Cont. ...43 5/16 K rnurt 13 11/16 La. Pacific 19 7 * Midi.F.C 3513/16 McDonnld'i Sl-% National City Corp....62 9/16 North. St. Pwr 26M. J.C.Ptnrwy 5Z 7 A PenUir 30 V4 Pepnico 323/8 Rockwell..-. 38'A' S«ar« *8 13/16 Stone Cont 11 '/fc Super Valu '..', 21 Tenneco ~..33'/4 TJInt 21% Union Carbide 41 '/W Unisys 20'A Pharm 4 lj|>jhn.46 1/16 U.P. Energy 28 USX 227/16 Wai Mart 61% Wi« Energy Corp. ,28'/^ Wis. Pub. Serv 33Y. Xerox ..,...' 92 1/16 Dow Jonca Industrial Avera^r at 9 a.m. atood at 7921.15 Two killed in house fire n'. (AP)~ --TWO men were killed in a hou.se fire. Gene Olson, 33, of Ev^leth, and Michael Mickalich, 34, of Hancock, Mich., were found dead early Saturday in the lower level of a two-story house. The occupant of an upstairs apartment called 911 shortly after 3:30 a.m. and escaped the early-morning blaze uninjured. Firefighters were on the scene for five hours. Damage was limited to the lower level of the house. No damage estimate was available. The fire is under investigation. 3-on-3 planned EWEN — Kids in grades 1-6 are invited to take part in the Ewen Log Jamboree 3-on-3 basketball tournament Sept. 26. Games will take place on the street in downtown Ewen from 12:30-7 p.m. There will be three girls and boys divisions. Teams are limited to four players. Pre-registration costs $20 and is due by Sept 19. Space is limited. Call Lee Lindberg at (906) 988-2383. You Need A Doctor Who Knows Your Foot Like the Back off His Hand •diabetic foot care •children's foot care • warts • fractures and sprains •heelpain • ingrown toenails 'sports medicine 'bunions 'arthritis Dr. Joseph W. McGuirc Podiatrist Grand View Lane, Ironwood Ml 906-932-3731 Toll Free 1-800-969-4DPM (4376) On Staff At Grand View Hospital, Ironwood & Memorial M&dical Center, Ashland L.L. Wright Class of 1938 holds reunion L.L. Wright Class of 1938 held their 60th class reunion Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Rama'da Inn. They had 69 people in attendance, of which 44 were classmates. Classmates came from Hawaii, California, Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, Texas, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Master of ceremonies was Ellen Santini, grace was said by Martha Beimas, and the list of deceased classmates since 1993 was read by Lillian Swanson. A moment of silence was observed after the lighting of a candle. Shirley McDonald was secretary and treasurer and handled all the correspondence. Orville Maki, class president, spoke to the group. Other committee members were Betty H. Carlson, Betty G. Carlson, Mildred Salminen, Gustave Swanson and Tom- Vi- zanko. Priiies were awarded to the 'classmate traveling the farthest; the classmate attending all reunions, the classmate with the most recent great grandchild, and the classmate married -the longest. The group decided on having future mini-reunions each year the First Saturday after Labor Day. A Friday night fish fry and a Sunday breakfast also was enjoyed by many classmates. They were entertained by Frank Genisot on the organ during the evening. THIS IS THE BIG ONE! America's #1 Big Top Circus SEE IT NOW, OR MISS IT FOREVER THURSDAY, SEPT. 10th Gogebic County Fairgrounds Ironwood, Ml Sponsored by: Festival Ironwood Shows 4:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Reduced price advance sale tickets are available before clrcu* d»y from Handsome Prints, On Cue, Wildernest, Wakefield PharmmcY •• and Ma/mborg Insurance. — —NO VIDEO CAMERA OF FLASH PHOTOS PERMITTED UNDER THE BIGGEST BIG TOP ON EARTH! At ticket outlet* before Circu* Day; ADULTS: tt.OO (12 yr», 4 up) • CHILD' 44 00 foo«s 2-111 At Clrcu, Box Office on Circus Day: ADULTS 19.75 (12 yr«. I up) .CHILD: S'.OO ftH 2-11) For an additional rje, General Admission Tickets Purchased in Advance or ADVANCE TICKETS Oil SALE NOW! -NO VIDEO CAMERAS OR FLASH PHOTOS PERMITTED PEOPLE TURN TO CLASSIFIED BECAUSE THEY KNOW OTHER PEOPLE ARE SELLING

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