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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 30, 1942, Ironwood, Michigan                                SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1942. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. SEVEN Classified Advertising CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING COST CARD (Minimum charge 36c, up to and including 12 words.) Cash Charge One Insertion ___3c per word 4c Two Insertions 6c per word So Three Insertions 8c per word lOc Four Insertions ..10c per word lie Five Insertions ...lie per word 12c Six Insertions ___12o per word 13c The above cash rates apply on all ads paid within 10 days from the date of first insertion. Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appeared and adjust- ments made at the rate earned. Thirteen, twenty-six and fifty- two week rates quoted upon request. Careful attention given to mail orders. Cash must accompany all out-of-town ads. The Dally Globe makes an earnest effort to keep its adver- tising columns free from decep- tive and dishonest announce- ments. Readers are requested to report unsatisfactory dealings with any advertiser. Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Iron- Daily Globe will not be re- sponsible for more than one Incor- rect insertion. The office is open to receive ad- vertisements from 8 a. m. to p. m. daily. All ads received up until 11 a. m. will appear in editions the same day. Ads received after 11 a. m. may be published under "Too Late to Classify" if the advertiser Phone 1100 The Ad Taker will help write your ad! Announcements Announcements AFTER TODAY, not responsible for any debts contracted by my wife. John Ollila. Societies ana IRONWOOD 389 F. A. M. Regular communication Thursday, June 11, at p. m. Ivan D. Wright, W. M.: J. W Best Jr.. Sec'y. Automotive 11 Automobiles For Sale 1936 FORD coupe, good running and starting car. Heater, radio. Call Bessemer, 2576. WE ARE THE auto and truck owners' One Stop Station. We do all kinds of work, also expert welding. We have a large stock of and used parts. HANSON BROTHERS Chevrolet Sales Service Phone 4551 Wakefleld 13 Auto Accessories. Tires, Parts 8.25 x 20 TIRES, 34 x 7 ten ply truck tires. Also Eaton two-speed rear end. IRONWOOD AUTO WRECKERS Margaret Lake Sts. Phone 683-W 16 Repairing -Service Stations WHEN YOUR CAR shimmies it's time you had those wheels tested for alignment. We have modern equipment. Quick service. AUTO PAINT COLLISION SHOP 17 Live Stock 48 Horses, Cattle, Othei Stuck 10 USED TRACTORS TO SELL OR trade. Highest prices paid for cattle. Phone 708, ROVELSKY CO. FOUR HEAD of cattle and a horse for sale. Wm. Carroll, Wakefleld, Mich. 50 FOR BETTER PRICES on your livestock, write or call WALTER SULIIN, R. 2, Box 212, phone 362. Merchandise 53 Building Materials Make the C. HANSEN LUMBER CO. your Building Headquarters. We can supply any of your build- ing needs. Kitchen cabinets built to order. Window and door screens correctly fitted. Phone 6305, Bessemer. 54 Business and Office Equipment MAJESTIC two-oven oil-burning restaurant range for resorts, log- gers. Harold Garvey. FOR EXPERT typewriter and adding machine service, call WALTER CISKWSKI. phone 25 or 1317-J 55-A Perm Equipment RECONDITIONED two-way plows, also walking plows. HEIDEMANN CO. 56 Fuel, Feed and Fertilizer DRY SOFTWOOD slabs Phone 1306. AHONEN LUMBER CO., E. Pine St. Real Estate For Sale 83 Farms and Land for Sain ESTATE MUST SELL! A 20 acre farm priced for imme- diate sale. House needs repairs but in liveable condition. On mail and school route. See us also for Lake Gogebic lots. Act now. W. J. HBLLJ AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate 227 E. McLeod Ave. FOR bargains: a dwell- ing and farm, both modern up- to-date buildings, all conveni- ences. See the E. S. HAGEN AGENCY Paul Bldg., Hurley Phone 1893-W Houses for Sale WE HAVE several nice, modern homes on the northside for sale at very reasonable prices. If inter- ested see D. D. Reid, SULLIVAN AGENCY. MODERN six room residence on the northside. Immediate possession. A. LIEBERTHAL SON NINE ROOM home in a fine loca- tion, nice condition. Ill S. Mans- field. Mercer Edmund Minton was a visitor in Bayfield Monday. SLAB inch green hard- wood, 16 inch dry hard- wood, Tax included. Slight additional charge outside of city limits. MARATHON PAPER MILLS CO., phone 887. 70 TONS good feeding hay. Just baled out barn, per ton at barn or will deliver at reasonable charge. W. H. Hardy, Kenton, Michigan. USE CLASSIFIED OF YOUR "DON'T WANTS" AND HELP UNCLE SAM. 59 Household Goods SAND FLOORS yourself and save. Rent our electric sander. JOHNSON HARDWARE, Besse- mer. WE HAVE a few 1942 medium size Coleman oil heaters, demonstrator models to go at 50% off. Prices on new models start at and up. JOHNSON MUSIC STORE USED THREE piece living room suite in nice condition. McKEVITT-KERSHNER- PATRICK CO. LET US EQUIP your, cottage. We can furnish it at very low cost. We have wood ranges, beds, springs, for any room. RAY'S FURNITURE CO. 311-313 S. Suffolk St. Phone 1793 SOME HIGH grade furniture, nearly new. Also some good qual- ity used articles. Telephone 1506. K. A. Parkins. USED kerosene oil range, three burner, cabinet style. Low priced. IRONWOOD HARDWARE CO. REPAIR SERVICE plus parts. We use only genuine Singer parts. SINGER SEWING CENTER 62-A Radio USED TIRES bought for cash by BOYS in the Army or Navy enjoy the Milavetz Auto Co., Ironwood, Zenith portable radios. Send him if brought in immediately. Don't one. wait. We still need all sizes. L. W. VAN SLYCK Opp. library Business Service 18 Business Services Offered 64 Specials at toe Stores CALL ON THE HURLEY ELEC- TRIC CO. to install new wall plugs and lighting in your home. Phone 1285. Hurley. Professional A CALL TO ARMS IS A CALL TO EYES. Get a check up by DR. TRIFLETr, optometrist, phone 757-R. Employment 33 Help TIE PEELERS wanted. Inquire at Mosinee Paper Mills, Van Bus- kirk, Wis. 34 and Women men or women for personal contact work in Iron- wood and Hurley. Must have pleasant personality and neat ap- pearance. No experience neces- sary. Write F. True, Braumart Offices, Iron Mountain, Mich. Financial 40 Money To Loaning Money Is Our Business LIBERTY LOAN CORP, 221 E. McLeoJ Phones 1820-1821 NEED MONEY V Quick Cash Loans on Auto or Personal Security. PERSONAL LOAN SYSTEM PERSONA! FINAJXCB COMPANY Phony 1718 Schneider Blda Live Stock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock JUST carload of North Dakota horses from 3 to 10 years old. All broke and very reasonably priced. Several milk cows. Highest prices paid for beef or milk cows. FRANK MILES SON Hurley, wis. Eweu, Mich. CLIMAX wallpaper cleaner lOc can. Also wallpaper paste lOc Ib. GROSE'S, 220 E. Frederick. WANTED: One-armed paperhang- er, with or without hives, to demonstrate remarkable ease with which our new Sherwin-Williams KEM-TONE Wall Finish paints right over wallpaper with a sinele coat. KENNEDY CO., phone 1535. 68 Buy HELP NATIONAL DEFENSEI Sell your scrap iron to MICHIGAN SCRAP IRON CO, Phone 141-J Ironwood SCRAP FOR VICTORY With Old Scrap. We pay highest cash prices for scrap iron, metals, rags, radiators and batteries. IRONWOOD AUTO WRECKERS Margaret Lake Sts. Phone 683-W WE ARE in the market to buy used guns, any caliber. RANGE CLOTHING EXCHANGE Lie. Pawnbroker Phone 115 Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats THOSE UNUSED TIRES, GARDEN TOOLS, ETC., CAN BE SOLD. USE A CLASSIFIED AD. THREE ROOM unfurnished apart- ment across from Ironwood Post Office. A. Durham Co. THREE ROOM furnished apart- ment. Phone 688 or 1147-W. NICELY FURNISHED upstairs apartment, 241 W. Gogebic St. Inquire downstairs or call 770. No children. 4-ROOM APARTMENT Unfur- nished, bath. Near high school. 716 East Ayer. Phone 1713. Real Estate for Sale S3 Farms and Land for Sale THE MARS FARM and buildings, two miles cast of Wakefleld Phone 3711, Wakefield. Party for Carol A birthday party was given for Miss Carol Pukall at her home Sunday afternoon. Guests included Janet Brandt, Shirley White, Don- ald Pukall, Eugene Organist, John Moon, Faye Kremers, Bertha Peter and Joan Pukall. Games provided the afternoon's entertainment. A luncheon was served. Honored on A birthday party was given for Merton Vaughn Jr. at the home of Mrs. Walter Weiland Wednesday. Those attending were Norman Lee, Barbara Lee, Virginia Lee, Billy Barncard, Billy Summers, David Facklam, Jamas Moon, John Moon, Joan Blaha, Janet Brandt, Betty AcJams, Lenore Brunner, DonaW Brunner, Kathleen Brunner, Ray Marti, Margie Vaughn and Rose- marie Brandt. Dr. E. E. Byerrum, Warrensville, 111., A. C. Hoy and Charles W. Had- ley, of Wheaton, III, and John C. Morrow, Glenn Ellyn, 111., are vaca- tioning at the former's summer home at Mosquito camp, near Mer- cer. Entertainers on The members of the Hoosier Hot Shots and the Arkansas Woodchopper, well-known Chicago entertainers, are spending this week vacationing at a resort. They are annual in this area. Parents of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hannemann, Merrill, are parents of a son born Sunday at their home. Mrs. Hanne- mann is the former Hazel Roguski of Mercer. Surprise A surprise party was given for Mrs. Varnard Sherman at her home and at the Rainbow Gardens. Guests included the Mesdames George Bartelme, Frank Halminiak, Carl Woege, Romeo Theriault, A. J. Krause, John Shea, Robert White, Julius Weiland, Walter Weiland, Mike McAleavey, Verne Flesch, Howard Pukall, Charles Hoffman, Merton Vaughn, Otis Swearingen, John Barncard, Keith Jessie, E. F. Hoppe, Frank Brun- ner Jr., John Natroo, Mary Theri- ault. Alex Kremers, Tony Petrick of Antigo, D. J. Brandt, Art Poope of Mellen, Matt Plunkett, Ro.sario Sicchio and Julius Blaha. The guest of honor received a beautiful card table. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wenstrom of California, were week-end visitors with relatives here. Mrs. Wenstrom is the" former Irene Johnston of Mercer. Mr. and Mrs. William LuefTgen have been vacationing at a resort here for several days. The former was a Mercer resident last year. Thev now live in Chicago. Miss Honey Pearl, Sheboygan, has been visiting with Miss Oelia Hootkin, Mercer teacher. Ed Urbanek, Two Rivers, and C. H. Kerl, Kewaunee, have been vis- iting at the Mercer home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blaha the few days. Miss Jane Sinnine, Boulder Junc- tion, is spending a fortnight at the Mercer home of Mr. and Mrs. Van- ard Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. John1 Byrne, Su- perior, were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs. They were Mercer residents 30 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joseyn, Grandviile, Ohio., are vacationing at a resort here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helke, Win- netka, arrived here Tuesday for an extended visit at a resort. F. E. Bartholomew, La Grange, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Ber- endt, Chicago, are vacationing here. Victor Krumdick and a party of friends of Chicago were week-end visitors at the former's Mercer sum- mer home. Mrs. Mary Haupt, daughter Ger- trude and Dennis Scbultz, all of Milwaukee, were week-end visitors at the Earl Barncard home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund .Minton have returned to their Mercer home following a short motor trip to Mil- waukee and Detroit. Mrs. Dennis Schultz and daughter WAKEFIELD NEWS Viola Hanson Bant, Correspondent Telephone No. 5741 COMMENCEMENT RITE PLANS ARE COMPLETE 92 Seniors to Receive Dip- lomas on June 11. BEER WINE TO TAKE OUT Dance To The Music of Joe Donna And His Play Boys Old Italian Phone nni 1 I Bank 6391 UlflLL Wattenrld Sandwiches, Lunches, Chili Beer and Wine to Take The program for the Wakefleld high school commencement has been completed. Dr. Edgar G. Doudna, Madison, secretary of the Wisconsin board of normal regents, and widely known in educational circles, will be the principal speak- er. His address will be on "The Graduates Look at the World." There are 92 seniors. The program, which will be held at the Wakefield Community build- ing theater June 11, will start at 8 p. m. After the processional the class will sing "Land of Hope and by Elger, followed by the salutatory address by Irene Pit- kanen. Dorothy Hanson will then give the valedictory address; Doug- las Trezise and William Carroll will play trombone and marimba solos respectively. After Dr. Doudna's talk, Frin. Harry B. Sutter will present the class. Supt. John Thomas will pre- sent the diplomas to the graduates. A girls' octet, composed of Betty Vida, Selma Johnson, Ruth Hall- berg, Bernice Builen, Peggy Hem- kes, Joyce Carr, Gertrude Koski and Dolores Benson, will sing "Love's Old Sweet Song" and "God Ever Glorious." Class Officers Senior class president, Arthur Kakarado, will preside. Other class officers are Leonard Wedanoja, vice president; Eugene Makl, secre- tary, and Helen Mondich, treasurer. The class roll: Reuben Ahonen, Robert A.ugust Anderson, Verene Catherine Beling, Dolores Ann Benson, Robert M. Bodoh, Willis E. Boiler, Maxine Faye Buck, Bernice Marion Builen, Joyce Dorothy Ann Carr, William Edward Carroll, Jeanne R. Castle, Mike Chemoff, Luella Mary Christy, Evelyn Margaret Clark, Shirley Mae Cloon, Norma Marie Colgin, John Werner Dahlstrom, Bruce Alan Delmet, James Russell Del- met, Benton F. Drier, Helen Har- riet Ericson, Robert W. Fingeroos, Arthur E. Fredrickson, John Louis Geroux, Charles Bernardo Goode- now, John Thomas Graikosfci, An- ton P. Green. Hazel Vennetta Mae Gremore, Helen June Grgurach, Millicent Ann Gustafson, Bernardine Haapo- ja, Ruth Ellen Hallberg, Willard O. Hallberg, Anna Burnell Hanson, Dorothy Elizabeth Hanson, Orvid Harju, Margaret Ann Hemkes, Pat- ricia Jane Hemkes, Jack Hill, Wal- lace Fred Hill, Doris Jean Jacob- son, William Raess Jacobson, Sel- ma .Elizabeth Johnson, Bernard C. Keast, Onnie W. Koivu, Mayme Korpi, Gertrude Irene Koski, Rudy Krznarich, James Joseph Kuiawa. Lillian Ingrid Lampi, Andrew John Liubakka, Alvin William Luoma, Eugene Russell Maki, Lila Marie Maki. More Seniors Margaret Ann Sawaski, Selma Suzanne Seppa, Joseph Clement Skolastaski, Margaret AnnSporcich, Marie Louise Stannard, Robert George Stein, Andy Raymond Tankka, Thomas Norman Thomp- son, Robert Douglas Trezise, Betty. Ruth Veda, Edwin Leonard Weden-j oja, Thomas Stanley Yatchak. Selma Marie Maki, Vienna Sanel- ma Maki, Wilbur Richard Maki, Mary Elizabeth Mottonen, Mary Catherine Mazurek, Dorothy Mild- red Miskovich, Helen Mondich, George Mustapaa, Gladys Musta- paa, Arthur E. Nakarado, Lorraine Nan Nelson, Elmer E. Niemela, Irv- ing Clark Niemi, Carl John Niemi- nen, Ira W. Nordliind. Benedict J. Novak Jr., William Joseph Novak, Gene Albert Nurmi, Neal Ocker, Louis Orlich, Jose San- chez Perez, Francis W. Perron, Leroy J. Picoldi, Irene Elizabeth Pitkanen, Clayton D. Randall, Frank David Ribich. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday. Worship service at a. m. Church school a. m. Tuesday. Church business meet- ing- at p. m. Choir rehearsal at 7 p. m. Thursday. Youth Fellowship meeting at p. m. J. H. Oatey, minister. ROTARIANS WILL HEAR CONVENTION REPORTS The weekly meeting of the Rotary club will be held at Monday evening at the Rotary club room. President Kenneth Duncan will give a report on the district convention held recently at Eau Claire. Robert A. Burns will give a re- port on the district Rotary conven- tion which he attended at Kala- mazoo, Mich. Mr. Burns was a guest of C. W. Bemer, a former su- perintendent of WaJtefield schools, who was Rotary president of that district. COLUMBUS KNIGHTS TO ELECT LODGE OFFICERS A meeting of Bishop Magner Council, Knights of Columbus, will be held Monday evening. Grand Knight, Chester A. Rydeski urges a one hundred per cent attendance as election of officers will take place. At the meeting held last Monday evening, Mr. Rydeski gave a report on the convention held at Jackson recently. Mr. Rydeski was the del- egate from the local council. The Bishop Magner Council was the youngest council represented in the state. Louis Regolinski of Milwaukee is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jasczstremski and other relatives. Mrs. Victor Nisula, Larry Carr and Miss Edith Savola, all of De- troit, spent the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Saari and other relatives. Mrs. Nis- ula and Larry Carr are former Wakefield residents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moran and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moran and daughters, have re- turned from Marinettc, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Jean Hall of Racine, which was held at Marinette Tuesday. Mrs. Hall was a sister of A. J. Moran and Ralph Moran of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutter and daughters, June and Dotty Mae, are leaving today for Manitowoc, Wis., where they will meet their daugh- ter, Miss Helen Jane, a student nurse at the University of Michi- gan. They will then motor to Green Bay where they will spend the week end visiting with rela- tives. On their return they will be accompanied by Miss Elsie Sutter of Green Bay, who will spend a week here at the Sutter home. Miss Helen Jane will spend the month ot June at the home of her parents. Mrs. Emelyn Moyle has arrived from Detroit for a visit with friends and relatives at Ramsay and at the home of her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Moyle, Wico location. Marenisco BATON CORPS MEETS The Girl's Baton Corps of the American Legion AuxUiary will meet Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the Community building for a re- hearsal: Mrs. Joseph DeSonia urges that all girls bring their uni- forms. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET The monthly meeting of the Sunday school teachers of the Im- manuel Lutheran church will be held Monday evening. Mrs. Anton Ringsmuth and daughter Judy are visiting at Cran- don, Wis., at the home of Mrs, Ringsmuth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kronschnabel. Mrs. Hllja Laaksoharju left last evening for Chicago where she will visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Thompson, Mrs. Thompson, the former Gertrude Aalto of this city, underwent an appendectomy yes- terday. Ruth, of Marenissco, former Mercer residents, visited relatives here Fri- day. DANCE TONIGHT Complete Tour Holiday Here Dance To The 3 JACKS Enjoy good food, .beer, wine or your favorite mixed drink. IDLE HOUR INN Rjunsar First Meeting In 15 Years- Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Mills and M. Smith, Chicago, are spending a week here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jeske. Mrs, Mills and Mrs. Jeske are sisters. This is their first meeting in 15 years. Entertain at Mrs. George Mall and Mrs. Mar- tha Carey entertained with bridge in honor of Mrs. Stewart Newell at the Mall home twice last week. Prizes the first day were awarded to Mrs. George Bovee, first; Mrs. D. C. Childers, second, and Mrs. A. Chapman, low; the second day, to Mrs. A. Ritner, first; Mrs, A. Mc- Leod, second, and Mrs. George Bittner: low. Honored on Sally Ann Swartz celebrated with a party in honor of her eighth birthday at her home here Mon- day afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing games. Lunch was served to Barbara and Margaret Wood, Nancy, Karen and Christy Christensen, Lois Mae Ihlenfeldt, Beverley Cox, Anita Fisher and Mrs. C. Christensen. Joe Oagnon is spending two weeks in Detroit, where he joined Mrs. Oagnon, who is visiting rela- tives there. Mrs. D.' H. Gunderman left Sun- day for Detroit to visit her daugh- ter Jean. Mr. and Mrs. George Bittner are visiting in Tomahawk with their son. in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Tudesco. Mr. and Mrs. Deichelbor, son Harold, daughter Phylis, Marne Anderson and Betty Brightsman were Ironwood callers Saturday. Miss Eudell Combs, Hlles, is vis- here with her sister, Mrs. D. C. Childers. John Graves returned Saturday from a two week vacation at Three Porks, Mont., where he visited his sisters, Mrs. Roland Allen, and Miss Dorothy Graves. Mr. and Mrs. George Mussotto and daughter, of Bessemer, visited at the Harold Graves home here Sunday. Mrs. Ted Russell, Mrs. Harold Ormes and Mrs. Harold Graves were Ironwood shoppers Tuesday. Mrs. Stewart Newell, daughter Sharon, Mrs. Martha Carey, Mrs. George Mall, Mrs. Ed Anderson and Mrs. James Bennett were Iron- wood shoppers Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Caupel, Mrs. Stewart Newell, daughter Sharon, Mrs. Mar- tha Carey and Lois Mae Ihlen- feldt were Ironwood shoppers last Friday. Tommy McNicholas, D e 1 b e r t Nault, Curt and Vernie Dahl spent Rationed! Our tap beef is ready you need Besseaners Gayest Nirbt Spot the week end at the J. E. McNich- olas. cottage on Lake Gogebic. Jack LaRock was taken Saturday to the Grand View hospital, where he underwent an operation for ap- pendicitis. Mrs. Bert Bowers, daughters Joyce and Pat, and Mrs. M. Le- Maire spent the week end in Stam- baugh with the George Wester- burgs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Diotte and daughter Mary Jane, of L'Anse, spent the week end here with Mrs. Diotte's sister, Mrs. Harry Tall- quist. Mrs. Peter Hudec, Mrs. Orin Jeske and daughter, and Mrs. Har- ry Tallquist were Ironwood callers last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dahl re- turned to their home in Janesville Tuesday after spending a week here at the Henry Dahl home. They were accompanied on their return trip by Nancy Jean Christ- ensen, who will visit in Stevens Point with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. Embertson. Miss Carol Dahl spent the week end in Ironwood at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gregory. Mrs. Peter Hudec, Iron River, spent the week end here with her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tallquist. Mrs. George Youngberg and sons, of Ironwood, Mrs. Bob Mills, of De- troit, and Mrs. Merritt Haralson, of Lake Linden, were guests at the Henry Dahl home Saturday. Francis Gagnon and Anna and Tom Gerovac, students at Mar- quette, spent the week end here with relatives. Alpine Deichelbor visited at the Walter Schroeder home in Bruce Crossing Sunday. Mrs. Stewart Newell and daugh- ter Sharon have returned to their home in Wausau after having visit- ed here at the M. Carey and George Mall homes for a week. Barney Combs, Curg Gumm and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Combs and chil- dren spent the week end in Hiles with relatives. Mrs. Combs and children remained there for a visit. Miss Anita Fisher left Tuesday for Superior to spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher, before leaving for a. month's vacation with friends and rela- tives in Detroit, Toledo and Cleve- land. Mrs. T. Furkovich, Rhinelander, is visiting here with her sisters, Mrs. Mary Paruleski and Mrs. A. McLeod. Upson Joseph Lipske, who is employed at Land o' Lakes, spent the week end at his home here. Leaves for A farewell party was given Sun- day evening at the George Lipske home in honor of their son Leo who left Monday for Greenland, where he will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Mrs. Ina Kammerer and Mrs. Guido Morello, of Iron Belt and Mrs. An- gelo Varalli and daughter Corrine, of Gile. motored to Saxon Sunday to visit at the Charles Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Brecke, who have been visiting relatives and friends here and at Cozy Valley, returned to their home at Chicago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson of Spooner were calling on old friends here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Urho Hemming and Mrs. Jack Johnson, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eillo of Iron Belt, to St. Paul Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. Anna Miller, son Otto and granddaughter Margaret Brown of Symco spent the week end at the William Weber home. Mrs. Albert Upton and daughter Joyce left last week for Crandon to visit Mrs. Upton's son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul In- gram. Mr. and Mrs Mike Radakovich of Ellsburg, Wash., arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Radakovich's mother, Mrs. Mary Rajkovich, for a short time. Emil Peltonen returned to his home Saturday after spending a week at North York. Paul Peterson returned to his home Tuesday morning after vis- iting- in Detroit for a week. Nine Upson children are attend- ing the church school being con- ducted at Iron Belt. Mike Steve Radakovich spent AUTO REPAIRS Repairs, tune ups, vitalizing, greasing, oil changes, gasoline, etc. PEOPLES GARAGE Phone 7221 4541, WakeBeld nAMSAy THEATRE "Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment" Tonight and Sunday lie -17< 28< Tax Included Just To See You Smile Our Gang Comedy Pete Smith Specialty Miniature Paramount News BESSEMER NEWS John VV. Hellman, Correspondent Telephone No. 2531 STUDENT PLAY WILL BE GIVEN ON MONDAY Second 'Performance for General Public Tuesday. Students will have the first op- portunity to see the A. D. John- ston high school senior class play "Big Hearted Herbert" on Monday .night, and the general public on the following night. The curtain will go up for both performances at 8 o'clock. In the play the writers, Sophie Kerr and Anna Steese Richardson, seem to side with the mothers on the question whether mothers or fathers know best how to bring up their children. They prove their point logically and entertainly Herljert Kalness believes in the plain traditions. He is a big man in his factory but can't adjust him- self at home to the rising gener- ation. He storms and fumes but his weapons are futile before the delightful feminine wiles of loving and long-suffering wife. They make him back down on his plain traditions when the mother and daughters begin to observe them literally. Miss Mary Jordan, speech in- structor, is the play director. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday schol a. m. Mrs. Joseph Masnaghetti, superinten- dent. Worship service at a. m. Topic: The Light Eternal. The Tuxis society will not meet Sunday night. The Missionary society will meet on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Chris Anderson. Mrs. Edmond Rodd, assistant hostess. Choir rehearsal Friday at 7 p.m. Miss Clara Johnson, director. Chester A. Ahrens, minister. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Synodical Conference Iron and Clayberg Streets Divine service at a. m. Sermon topic: Jesus' Last Great Lesson. Sunday school: Anvil at 9 a. m.; Bessemer at a. m. Special meeting of voters after the service to elect a delegate to synodical convention at Manawa. Ernest H. Kanning, pastor. CONDITION IMPROVED The condition of Wilfred (Fritz) Provencher, who suffered a heart attack at Milwaukee this week is reported improved. He formerly operated a gasoline service station on West Lead street here. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Provencher, of this city, are there visiting him. USE CITY POWER The Gogebic county road com- mission has taken action to have road commission buildings served by the.Bessemer municipal electric plant. Other county buildings had previously beei connected to the city system. HOLD SENIOR BANQUET The senior class of A. D. John- ston high school will hold its an- nual banquet at the Washington school gymnasium Wednesday night, June 3, at o'clock. PUHITAN COMMUNITY PRES- BYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL Sunday schol 2 p. m. Miss Nel- lie Berg, superintendent. Chester A. Ahrens, minister. PAST MATRONS MEET The past matrons club of Dor- cas chapter. Order of Eastern Star, will meet on Monday night at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Brown at o'clock. METHODIST CHURCH Church school Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Worship service at 11 a. m. J. H. Oatey, minister. ST. PAUL'S FINNISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday school, 10 a. m. Herman Matero, pastor. Oswald Vispi, who arrived here from Lansing, left today after visiting his mother, Mrs. Nena Vispi for thre days. He will be employed by the United States en-' giners. He was employed by the state highway department. Miss Gloria Ochis. student at the University of Michigan, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ochis. She will return to the uni- versity on June 10 to resume her studies under the school's new third, semester schedule. Her major study is speech and minor is journalism. Louis Goodman of Boston, Mass., also a student at the university, visiting Miss Ochis here. Mr. and Mrs. William A. McMinn. returned yesterday from Birming- ham, Mich., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Richard Colenso. for a month. Mrs. Colenso arrived here with them. Her husband is a motor machinist mate, second class, in the United States navy. Today's Answers To War Quiz Questions on page four. 1. Chevrons show soldier has been wounded in active service. 2. Soldier wants the canned milk. 3. British bomb Turin because of important armament works there. Dockland Monday in Duluth and Superior on business. John Kammerer, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller Sr. and son Leo were Hurley and Ironwood business cal- lers Tuesday. The Red Cross sewing and knit- ting group here has decided to have its meetings every two weeks in- stead of every week for the sum- mer. Miss Ellen Carlson has returned from Flint, where she taught school. She is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Carlson. She was ac- companied here by Miss Onnalee Hegel, her guest. John Wilson left Wednesday for a few days visit with his brother James and other relatives in Chi- cago. Miss Grace Dow is a patient in the Ontonagon hospital, where she submitted to an appendectomy Tuesday. The Misses Ellen Carlson and Onnalee Hegel visited at Agate Falls Wednesday. They were at Wakefleld and Ironwood Tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Stauder. who has been visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stauder. in Avon, Ohio, is spending a few days at her home here. Miss Jean Fredrikson returned Wednesday to Chicago following a', week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fredrikson. I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Verville and son Billy of Milwaukee visited the V. L. Kaiser and Verville families Monday and Tuesday. Miss Virginia Seline left Wednes- day to visit friends in Chicago. The Rev. and Mrs Stalecker of Ontonagon visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson Wednesday. Mrs. Karl Karana arrived from Detroit Tuesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Laru. Miss June Fredrikson left Wed- nesday for Chicago to visit her Mrs. Francis Wiikjughby, and Miss Jean Fredrikson and other relatives and to seek employment. MIXED DRINKS Beer, Wine and Pop. Silver Dome t Ramsay, Michlf an Wakefield Theatre Last Times Tonight 'Cadets On Parade' Walt Disney's Feature "Dumbo" In Color Also Zane Grey's "King Of the Royal Mounted" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Matinee Sunday red, and blut hit in TECHNICOLOR! THE SHORES Walt Disney Comedy News A "flying wedge" is an old-time football formation. SPECIAL TONIGHT SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS DANCE TO GOOD MUSIC GOGEBIC INN Next to Abtlroan's Bessrmet BESSEMER LAST TIMES TONIGHT "ROAD TO HAPPINESS" John Boles, Mona Barrie Also Flag Speaks and Happy Faces. SUNDAY MONDAY Matinee Sunday BETTY GRABLEr VICTOR MATURE JACK.OAKIE Also News, Flag Speaks, Passing Parade   

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