Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on September 11, 1998 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, September 11, 1998
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Community THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Friday, Sept. 11.1998 Page 4 Taking part in the Soine family reunion were, from left: First row — Scollyn Smith, Eric Paternoster, Jacquilyn Smith, Kyle Paternoster, Beth Kolacinski, Tyler Herring, Callie Siirila, Alexis Parks (in carrier), Shawnna Soine, Cory Herring, Evan Parks, Bobbi Jo Paternoster, Trevor Stephani, Casandra Stephani, Molly Braun, Sara Berglund, Amy Oluette, Andy Oluette, Bryan Berglund, Ronnie Nasi, Mathew Husnik; Second row — Roy Suominen, Mayme Valery, Joanne Soine. Oiva Soine, Maurice Soine, Oscar Bay, Agnes Bay; third row — Bob "Bawb" Turk, Don Suominen, Paula Suominen, Miguel Kauppi, Jessica Soine, Bert Saari, Lempi Saari, Rosemary Glissendorf (guest), Chase Soine, Kim Paternoster, Jauntae Paternoster, Tracy Paternoster, Molly Paternoster, Jim Brockman, Kay (Kettula) Brockman, Phyllis Berglund, Chris Paternoster, Cheryl (Berglund) Husnik, Lucas Husnik; fourth row — Gail (Soine) Paternoster, Amy Paternoster, Jane Suominen, Genna (Soine) Scamfer, Donna (Soine) Alderete, Kim Soine, Janice Berglund, Becky Husnik, Clyde Berglund, Katie Braun, Julie (Soine) Siirila, Karen Soine, Karen (Mandelin) Turk, Deanna (Brockmah) Kolacinski, Lynda (Brockman) Smith, Judy Paternoster, Rob Paternoster holding Cory Paternoster, Kris (Berglund) Nasi, Craig Oluette (guest), Barbara Berglund, Dean Berglund, Gary Husnik; fifth row — Vic Paternoster, Dick Hamilton, Devan Parks, Gina (Hamilton) Parks, Bill Herring, Julie (Hamilton) Herring, Sandy (Tuominen) Hamilton, Tracy (Hamilton) Davidson holding Nicholas Davidson, Myma (Tuominen) Toohey, Jackfyn Toohey holding Toby Herring, Mary Jo Soine, Dawn Berglund, Wayne Berglund, Carta Berglund, Joe Stephani, Jeff Wesenberg (guest); sixth row — Bruce Scamfer, Chris Turk, Pat Soine, Dayle Soine, Tara Soine, Adam Snarski, Tern Soine, Mark Soine, Tami Paternoster, Mike Paternoster, Ann (Turk) Bixby, Kevin Bixby, Paul Dashner (guest), Dan- erte Stephani, Dan Soine, Gary Paternoster, Joshua Soine, Brandon Scamfer, June (Scamfer) Sraun, Jeff Braun, and Liana Braun. Soine family reunited ffiON BELT, Wis. — On Saturday, July 25, the descendant* of John V. Soine and Elizabeth (Saari) Soine of Montreal, WU. held a family reunion at the Iron Belt Community Center. It was the fifth annual reunion held. There are two surviving children of John and Elizabeth: Oiva Soine of Montreal, Wis., and Maurice Soine of Beloit, Wis. Deceased children are Arvid, Sam, John, Swande, Hilda (Soine) Suominen and Esther (Soine) Berglund. Families traveled from California, New Mexico, Texas, South Carolina, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Maine and many cities throughout Wisconsin and from local communities. There were 119 family members and guests present for a fun-filled day. Thank You To Richard Gheller for a chance to prove we can succeed. Bonnie & Shelly Thank You Hurley offers WITC classes Area residents may register for one or more WITC Ashland Continuing Education classes offered at the Hurley High School. The senior citizens' rate is for participants 62 or older. Fall 1998 course offerings in Hurley include: —"I Know A Good Story," Tuesdays, Sept. 22 to Oct. 6, from 6-8 p.m. in room 436. Learn to organize your thoughts, prepare your story for interest and develop a speaking style that will hold your audience's interest. Taught by Carol Brightman, the cost is $12.05 or $3.50 for senior citizens. —"Absolute Beginner" is a two-week class, which is an introduction to computer hardware, terminology and simple applications of the IBM personal computer. The class, taught by George Miles, is $14.9O or $3.50 for seniors and will take place on Wednesdays, Sept. 23 and 30, from 6-8 p.m. in room 416. There is a $1 disc fee payable to th« instructor. —"Basic Skills for Education and Employment" is designed for persons who want to brush up on basic skills in reading, English,. grammar, science, social studies and math, or to prepare for the GED exam. Roberta Fabbri will teach the class on Wednesdays, Sept. 23- Dec. 16, from 6-9 p.m. in room 409. The class fee is $3.50, with variable book fees. —"Woodworking" will be taught by Gary Miles on Thursdays, Sept. 24-Nov. 12, from 6-9 p.m. in room 121. The class fee is $29.20. Class projects will include a plate shelf, coat or mug rack, and others. Supplies can be .purchased through the instruc- ;tor. ; —"Planning and Project Management" is a one-credit college course which will include setting objectives, -scheduling, resource planning and using tools for controlling projects. The class will be held on Thursdays, Sept. 24-Oct. 15 from 6-9:15 p.m.'in the Elementary IMC. Course fee is $62.95 for Wisconsin residents and $67.95 for Michigan residents. —"Diabetes Management" will be on Thursdays, Sept. 24-Oct. 8, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in room 419. Joy Kraynak will discuss all aspects of health issues thnt face diabetics, including self-monitoring of glucose, meal planning, and . dmg complications. The class fee is $12.05 or $3.50 for seniors. —"Negotiation Skills" is a one- credit college course where participants will assess their own negotiation style and develop a personal strategy through guided skills practice. The class will be on Saturdays, Oct. 3-Nov. 7, from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the elementary IMC. Course fee is $62.95 for Wisconsin ' residc-nts and $67.95 for Michigan residents. —"Microsoft Works" is a 10- week class taught by George Miles, which will be held on Wednesdays, Oct. 7-Dec. 16, from 6-8:30 p.m. in room 416. Course feejs $42.90, or $5.85 for seniors. A $1 disk fee and $5 book rental are payable to the instructor. •—"Hand beaded earrings," taught by Jan LeGault, is a one- night class which will be on Oct. 7 from 6-9 p.m. in room 111. The class fee is $9.90. Supplies may bo purchased at class, or bring old jewelry to redesign. —"The Big Snowman" is 36 inches tall, easy to assemble, and you can dress him as you wish. Supplies needed include two yards "warm and natural," thee bags poly fill, a 16- by 16-inch wood platform, ttwo-inch dowel, snowman clothes and glue gun. Sharon Kinnunen will help you create this beauty on Mondays, Oct. 12 and 19, from 6-8 p.m. in room 111. The class fee is $9.90. —"Writing a short story" will emphasize using believable characters, good story line, and action that works. A "Collection of Gogebic Short Storios" will be published of stories written during class. Carol Brightman will facilitate the class on Tuesdays, Oct. 13-Nov. 17, from 6-8 p.m. in room 436. Class fee is $20.60 and $3.50 for seniors. —"Make a vest in an evening" is a one-night class where participants will complete a' colorful, hand-edged fleece vest, ready Lo wear. Supplies needed are% yard of fleece and a skein of contrasting yarn. Other supplies will be available for purchase from the instructor. This class is $9.90 and will be on Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 6-9 p.m. in room 111. —"Responsible beverage server" is for required all bartenders and bar owners. The one-night class will be held on Oct. 19 and Nov. 19 from 5-9 p.m. in room 419. The foe is $9.60 or $3.90 for seniors. —"Fabric paint ri sweatshirt" is n one-night class where participants will use fabric paints to decorate a sweatshirt with adorable "stick-figure" kids, labeled with their own children's or grandchildren's names. These would make great gifts. Bring a new laundered sweatshirt. Fabric paints, supplies, and other cute extras will be available for purchase at the class. Class fee is $9.90. •—"36-Santa" will add class to your Christmas decorating. Make this beautiful Santa on a tomato cage form with a fur-trimmed velvet coat and tapestry gown. Supplies needed are a plaster face, I 1 /.: yards vflvot, one-third yard fur, one-third yard tapestry, three packages wool hair and one tomato cage. —- "CPU pedtatric . basic life- support" will include infant and child health and safety, foreign body airway obstruction and CPR. Classes will be on Mondays Oct. 26-Nov. 2, from 6-9 p.m. 'in room 436. The fee includes text and materials and is $15.55 or $7 for seniors. For information on WITC classes, contact Gerry Traczyk, Hurley Community Education director,: at 561-4900, extension 238. Pre-registration for all classes is required one week prior to class starting date. Classes without 10 pre-registrations will be canceled, so join with a Mend. * - ' GMCF to offer seminar on Alzheimer's WAKEFIELD — Gogebic Medical Care Facility will present an informal seminar on Alzheimer's disease Monday at 2 p.m. in the ground floor dining hall at the Wakefield facility. Carol Miller, of Grand View Hospital's hospice program, will present the seminar and give general information about the disease and the local support groups that are available. For more information, call GMCF at 224-8021. (Please note the change in phone numbers.) ' "^" AARP convenes in Escanaba ESCANABA — The Upper Peninsula Senior Convention of AARP will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the Ruth Butler building. There are 800 registrations thus far. It is a yearly event. Michigan AARP will have a table and have the following AARP representatives in attendance: —Grace Nurkkala, associate state coordinator, community activities for MAARP. —Kathy Komkoski, community coordinator; AARP. ' : —Betty Fisher, associate state coordinator, Health Advocacy Services. —Carrie Larson, secretary U.P. Chapter, • president council, AARP. *««* \ wish to thank everyone for their prayers of concern during my illness. Thank you for the cards, /lou'ers, calls and visits. Thank you to Pastor Strong for his visit and prayers. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Qed £U&& you. Olt Sally, Card of Thanks*^ I wish to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to my friends and family for their prayers, cards, phone calls, visits, flowers and gifts while I was a surgical patient at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison and at the Grand View Hospital. 'I also wish to thank Father Darryl and the caregivcrs at Grand View and Caring, Inc. •Your kindness will never be forgotten. God Bless You AIL Fran Pribyl O I ronwood yearbooks ready for pick-up The 1997-98 Luther L. Wright High School yearbooks can be picked up at the school in Room 220 from 3 to 3:30 p.m., beginning today and through next week. For 83 years, we and others were blessed with the love of Sylvia Cirpenedo. In rw.T final days and in the days following her recent death we were blessed with the care and nenorosity of rruny kind people. We h*' family, express our heartfelt thanks to our dear friends, neighbors and relatives who gave so generously to caw our bereavement. We extend a special thank you to Ihe Caring Ore Givers, the Gogebic Medical Care Facility employees, the Hrirk-Zdinski Funeral Home slaff,' the pallbearers, the organist. the ladies of Sharon Lutheran Church who served the lunch, the V.F.W. Auxiliary and Ihe Reverend Mike Ashman of Sharon Lutheran Church for his cumrtirfiiij; words, support, and prayers. Your kindness will never be forgotten. The Family of Sylvia Carpenedo <.-<,* InMemoriam In loving memory of my husband, our father and grandfather, August "Bozo" Grbavcich who passed away ten years ago, September II, 1988. Ten years have passed since that sad day and how much we still miu you in these trying days. No one realizes the pain and heart achei w« are forced to go through. Life has never been the same without you. We hope that some day It will be better and when we meet there will be no more sorrow but joy and peace forever. We All Miss You. The Grbavcich Family "A Heartfelt Thank You The family of Fred Cerioni wishes to thank all those who sent cards, flowers, food, mass cards, monetary gifts and for all your kind words of sympathy on the passing of my husband, our dad and brother. I would also like to thank Dr. K. Krutch and the nursing staff of Grand View Hospital Thank you Chappel Frick Zelinski Funeral Home A special thank you to Rev. Father Darryl Pepin and Father Jacob Wtyblo and the women of the church and of the wonderful choir. ip^, ^ !!)=>. God Bless \bu All The Cerioni Family STATE LINE 1NSVMNCE 502 Copper Street, Suite #4. Hurley, Wl LaJokt & Jiidy Hacqcr Accoart ExecuthtJ. Carol Kevin Receptionist • HOME*AUTO • BUSINESS • LIFE • HEALTH - MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT Step and See U* for a Free Unconditioned Quote. Serving Michigan & Wisconsin With All Lines Of Insurance. 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