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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 22, 1961, Ironwood, Michigan                                EIGHT IRONWOQO DAILY GLOBE, IRONWQOD, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Church Women Have Genera! Meet, Program WAKEFIELD The general meeting and Christmas program of the First Lutheran Church Women were, held Wednesday eve- "ning in the church, with the Ma- ria Circle members as h p n o r guests, each wearing a Christmas corsage, a gift of the Church Women, and made by the Lois Circle members. Mrs. Bruno Saari presided at the business session, and after hearing reports, the members de- cided to donate a contribution to the Suorni College emergency fund and to the congregational gener- al fund. Mrs. William E. Carroll will ac- cept subscriptions to the Lutheran Women Magazine. All Circle members were urged to subscribe LEADERS AT ga President Moise Tshomb.e, left, is shown at table during his conference Dec. 2Q with Congo Premier Cyrille Adoula, second from right in photo at right, at Kotona, the United Nations base at Ko'tona, The Congo. Seated next to Adoula is Congo Foreign Minister Justin Bomboko. (AP Wirephoto via radio from Brussels) to this excellent and timely riodical. pe- Mrs. Herbert Juopperi explained tees included, Mrs. Raymond Hill, education; Mrs. Tauno Maki, s ice; Mrs. Laine Ranta, member- ship, and Mrs. Ella Noll, devo- tional. about the Retreat to be held in Following the business session, the spring, possibly at the Coun- the program was held with Mrs. ty Extension Camp. It is hoped, Ella Noji reading the Christmas that as many members as pos- sible attend this one day event. Rotation of the various Circles took place, with the addition of two new Circles. The Leah Circle will be an afternoon group, and the Esther Circle will be an eve- ning group. Election of officers took place, with the following being named: President, Mrs. Bruno Saari; vice president, Mrs. Raymond' Hill; secretary, Mrs. Walter Norden; yice secretary, Mrs. William Hill; treasurer, Mrs. Tauno Maki. Chairmen chosen for the commit- WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Time Tonight Evenings at and "HIGH SCHOOL CAESAR" Showing Once ai "DATE BAIT" COMING SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MONDAY Showing Twice Saturday Evening at and No Show Christmas-Eve Matinee Sunday at Happy Year to all our many good friends for their loyal patronage Jacobson's Bar 2V4 Miles Wesl of Wakefield on U.S. 2 Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our many good customers and friends WAKEFIELD HOTEL Wakefield, Michigan gospel and the opening prayer in Finnish and English. Mrs. Amanda Siito read an in- spiring message in Finnish in be- half of the Maria Circle, and ex- pressed appreciation for being honor guests, and also for the cor- sages. The executive committee pre- sented the Christmas play, The Gift of Christmas, by Mrs, L. E. Canterbury, in, which the mem- bers of the cast dressed in cos- ,umes of foreign nations. Mrs. Sruno Saari presented a gift to Mrs. Kemppainen, Circle advisor, who has given time, effort and devotion to her work. The -offering prayer, clos- ng prayer, and benediction were ay Mrs. Saari. Lunch was served in the church parlors, which were beautifully decorated in keeping with the holiday season. Mrs. "Wi- ettie Hill was "in charge of dec- orations. A social time followed the lunch which was served by the Lydia Circle members. The executive committee held a short meeting in the church par- lors at which time authorization was made to present a gift to some needy persons, and also a Christmas check to the church or- ganists, Clifford Randall and Mrs, Arnold Perry. Board Member Is Feted at Tea WAKEFIELDr-rMrs. Issac Saari who served as a member of the Board of Education for a total of Upper Peninsula to Get Many Highway Projects Next Year Highway m.issioner John C. Mackie an- nounced today that highway structiqn projects totaling million will be placed under con. tract, 'in the Upper Peninsula dur- ing 1962, The contracts to be awarded in- clude construction or moderniza- tion of nearly 100 miles of way in nine of the U. P.'s 15 counties, Mackie said contracts for con- struction or modernization of near- ly 1900 miles of state highways in the Upper Peninsula have been awarded during the last 4-1-2 years. More than 3125 million was earmarked for U- P- highway construction during the Highway Department's first and second five-year programs between 1957 and 1967. VFW Sponsoring Pgrty For Group on Saturday Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold their an- nual party for underprivileged children on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the" VFW quarters on US-2, More foster fathers are needed __ ___ _ _... ___ _ for this event, and those interest- missile like the Air' Fprce's Atlas Missile Raising Problem Solved SAGINAW (AP) Ever won- der how a sixrtoni 80-foot long ed are aslced to report at the quar, ters at noon on Saturday. The school waffeted ata cS I Auxiliary will prepare and serve school, was leted at a utmst the games wyi be ViSit the chil. Mary Circle Yuletide Meet Held Wednesday Mary Circle of the Immanuel Lutheran Church held its Christmas meeting Wed- nesday evening a.t the home of Mrs. Ann Putnam Street, The evening's activities, began with a smorgasbord potluck sup- per at p.m. followed by the meeting with Mrs. Wilfred Wjita, chairman, in charge. Christmas carols were sung by the group, followed by the Scripture reading pertaining to the Christmas story by Mrs. Wiita, Mrs. John Geroux read several delightful Christmas poems and stories. Mrs. Lucille TpUefson was pre- sented with a birthday gift from the group. Mrs. Marie Schiltz was in charge of the entertainment. Games pertaining to the holiday were played, with prizes awarded to Mrs. Wiita, Mrs. Pasco Holan- do and Mrs. Harvey Elliott, after >vhich an exchange of home made held Wednesday at 4 _ at the Wakefield High School cafe- teria. Supt. and Mrs. Carl E. Klei- mola were host and hostess for the event which was attended by the Board of Education members, the administration of the high school, faculty, custodians, and all employ- ees and their or husbands. The cafeteria was beautifully de- corated in Christmas pines, red ribbon bows, and gaily colored candles, and the serving table was centered with a lovely arranger ment of red and white carnations and holly. Each individual table vas centered with a miniature itreet and light, under which tiny carojers sang Christmas ongs. Pouring were- Mrs. H. B. Slitter and Mrs. Theodgre Wasie- ewski.. Supt. Kleimola, master of cere- monies, presented the honp red [uest with a porsage of red roses. Wasielweski, president of he" Board of Education, gave a alk in behalf of the Board mem- bers. The Rev. Rudolph Kempr pairien, pastor of the First Luther- an church, spoke of her activities the church; Roy Johns, spoke or the eornraunity.' a.t large, Mrs. rnpld Korpi spoke for the faculty, Sutter, High School jrincipal, spoke a few words and >resented her with a purse of money in behalf of all the school Mary Trolla, vocal music the group in the .inging of Silent Night. Debut Given A New Twist WASHINGTON (AP) The Christmas gifts took place. Refreshments were served to conclude the evening activities. The holiday meeting was at- tended by 20 members and guests. Between 1783 and 1786, 12 of the 13 American colonies had adopted copyright laws. SEASONS GREETINGS from all the folks al: RANDALL BAKERY Wakefield, Michigan Our wish for you is that your .holiday will be just blooming with happiness. And to you, too, our sincere thanks for your loyal patronage and friendly good will. BINGO'S GARAGE Highway M-28 Wakefield, Michigan place of gold and white lad a different twist for Diane Dow Buchanan's coming-out party. Thursday night, it became a pink palace with pink plumes and peppermint sticks and a sign that "read ''Dede's Pepper- mint Lounge." Not everyone was pleased with he transformation. Some Latin- diplomats whispered disapproval. But Diane, better known as Dede, was pleased. She is fond of dancing the dance, that las gone high hat after being 'discovered" among the rock 'n' roil 'set at a New York cafe called fie Peppermint Lounge. 'Dede, a pretty 18-yearTold jlon.de, is the daughter of Mr. and T. Buchanan Jr. ie protocol chief for the State Department during the Ei- senhower ad.ministration. A few diplomats privately CXT pressed indignation at the way Wakefield Briefs he Union, where Western ihere assyes are debated, was fee- rig lised, But others took the view this ,vas just sour pepper- mint. The windows of the Wakefield >ost Office will be open all day Saturday for the convenience of hose who wish to m.ail cards or Dackages. There will be no Church School classes at the "First Lutheran Church until Sunday, Jan. 6. Skiing wp be held. Mount Joy Saturday and 23 and 24, from 1 to 4 p.m. The range skiing public is in.vited. The Men's Christian Fellowship Group will meet for'a Christmas party tonight at 7 at the home of yjr. and Mrs. EmU M4ss Sabina Dim.itroff, a student at Mount Joy College, Milwaukee, arrived Thursday to spend the holi- days wiih her parents, Mr. anc VIrs. D i m. i t e r Dimiti-off, a nd friends. Mr. and Mrs, John Niemi and daughter, Nancy Ann, Hoyt Lakes Minn., are spending the holidays with Mr. Niemi's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Niemi, zmd other rela- tives, O. C. Qsby, Terra Haute Ind., is spending the holidays her nephew and niece and family Mr. and Mrs. Dimiter Dimitroff Eighty-seven percent of U. S crude oil production is from oil fields that produce less than barrels a day. from everyone at: CENTURY Chevrolet, Inc. Sunday Lakt Si. Wakeficlt} gg. ICBM is raised upright on its launching pad? Air Force engineers had such 8 problem once, gomplicated by the fact that the raising might have climatic conditions .such as sand- storms, ice, or winds of hurricane velocity. Under a contract from General Dynamics Astronautics, the prob- lem was solved by technicians at the Saginaw Products Corp, They designed a ball-screw drive actu atpr that can raise the huge mis- an American Union, usually a sile and set it on end with an im act that would barely crack, an gg. The ball screw drive principle as many in industria nd commercial hoists, but' engi eers weren't sure it could be ap lied to a 'missile of Atlas size The process is similar o what happens when one n the upturned prongs of a gar en rake, causing the handle t ise into a vertical position.. But the "rake" in this case veighs six tons and exerts loads f pounds in tension and ompression on the screw and hu as it rises from the handlinig trail er to the pad. The drive unit operates off a 7. orsepower engine, with the crew, three inches in diamete nd 111 inches long, traveling only 00 inches as it raises the missile hrqugh a 90-degree arc into firing losition. The engine is equipped with a magnetic disc brake and other afety features that enable engi- neers to halt the missile at any oint in its arc without fear of it ailing -T- even in the event of pow- Sidnaw Personals Mrs. Thomas Thompson and aby were Ewen callers Wednes- day afternoon. Mr. Mrs, Edwin Krummi were Michigamme callers day. Mrs. Niles Eilertsen visited rela- tives in Kentctn Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson are the parents of a daughter, Lori Lynn, born Pec. 17 at the Baraga County Memorial Hospita.1, L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Pequet and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones were Iron River shoppers Saturday. Mr- and Mrs. Joseph Beauprey and her mother, Mvs. Ida Provost, were callers in L'Anse Friday. Mrs, Evelyn Longrie visited her daughter, Mrs. Helen Jones, in -Saturdaj'. i Mrs. Robert Longrie anc iy, Covington, visited rel- atives here Sunday evening. .Mr. and Mrs. Perry Thompson visited relatives in Trout Creek Sunday night. Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Guindon and son. Kenny, L'Anse, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lpn grie, and family Sunday, James student at Michi- gan Tech, Houghton, is spending the holidays here with his parent' and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomp- son and baby visited relatives in Trout Creek Sunday night. Medical Center Rear Will Become Front ANN ARBOR (AP) The rea of the University of Michigan Medical Center will become the front under a long range devel opment program unveiled Wednes day by university officials. The result of a study the program is based on the esti mated spending of some lion for modifications and new fa cilities In the next 10 to 15 years One feature of the plgn is t building program which include a divided access route, a mai street encircling the entire rned ical cprniplej een the construction of a 50-nUle reoway between St. Ignace and the Soo and the paving of all mauiing gravel state highways in he U. P. "Michigan's Upper Peninsula now has a first-class all-weather ijghway system that will make an important contribution to the onomic growth Wackie said. of the Largest -projects to be placed under contract during include he" final Interstate 75 JYeeway between St. Ignace and ate. Marie; tfte Marg Bypass and the final tion of the modernization of US-2 between Iron wood and Wakefield.) The H5 project calls for con- struction of miles ot freeway sou.th of Sault Ste. Marie, Projects to be placed under contract in the Upper Peninsula during 1962, their estimated cost and month when opened include: Chippewa County- bids will be miles ol modernization on M-48 from M- 129 east to the vicinity of Goetz- ville, to be placed under contract in March. -ri.5 miles of Interstate 75 from Sault Ste. Marie south, mil- lion, May. To be awarded in two contracts. of 1.5 miles of M-4( Irom Rudyard east to 1-75, 000, May. Delta County Widening arid paving of 2.9 miles of M-35 from the south city limits of Escanaba north to US-2 and US-41, 000, September. Gogebic County Widening of "4.1 .miles of US-2 from two to five lanes between Ironwood anc Bessemer, Jl.l million, March., of a new bridge to carry US-2 over Powder Mil Creek, March. Houghton County Modefnlza tion of one-tenth of a mile o US-41 between Quincy and Han cock Streets in Hancock, May. 4.5 miles o: US-41 from Snake River to the south' county line, Sep tember. of 4.7 miles of Fed eral Forest Highway 16 from Fros Junctipn north to the county-line SSOiOOO. November. Mackinac and paving of miles of US-2 from Brevort River Bridge, east, 000, March- Marquette of 1.7 miles of US-41 on a new failure. Before instalation at the mis- ile firing site at Cape Canaveral, na., the drive unit was put through ight static and operational tests. Conditions in the tests exceeded .pecified requirements. The lift- ng process was carried out in a imjilated sandstorm, under salt saturation in a 60 mph wind and under extreme cold with a quar- ter-inch of ice coating the screw. The question was finally settled by a test to determine whether ;he unit could raise the Atlas into position without damaging it An egg was placed Miicler the erector mechanism's mov- able frame and the switch turned on. The erector mechanism was retracted until it touched the egg. The shell cracked under the weight but remained intact as the retraction; process was stopped Holiday Supper By CECILY BRCNVNSTQNE Egg foo young with win brown sauce, sweet pineapple spareribs, rice, bean sprout salad, almond cookies, tea. SWEET PINEAPPLE SFARERIBS 2 racks (4 to f> pounds) fresh pork spareribs 1 can (1 pound, 4 ounces) slicec pineapple 2 tablespoons cider vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce Vt teaspoon garlic powder Have spareribs cut in 2-rib lentghs; place in one layer in shal- low roasting pan. Roast in a very hot (450 degrees) oven for 30 min- utes. Drain off fat; turn ribs Meanwhile drain pineapple. Mi pineapple syrup with vinegar, soy sauce and garlic pour marinade over ribs. Return to moderate (350 degrees) oven anc bake until ribs are tender and or the crisp minutes to hour. About 20 minutes before end of baking time, add ribs to pan basting with pan sauce. If sauce begins to scorch during second half of baking time, add a little water to the pan. Makes 6 serv ings. Tourist Traffic Cut by Weather LANSING (AP) r- Bad weather and stiffer competition from other sUtes cut Into tourist wsinws yw, the State Tour- st Council reports. The tourist industry, which nks with agriculture: as the second largest industry be- hind manufacturing, will gross about million in im, about the same at last year, said Rob- ert Furlong, CQuncil director. "However, measured against a ;wo. per cent -national tourist travel gain for the year, Michigan's busi- ness is definitely running he said, "The state wiU have to its advertising program if it hopes to remain a front-runner in the. for American and foreign tourist For luck of snow, ski business at some Upper Peninsula areas was off as much as 75 per cent last winter, Furlong said. Spring early summer weather was too cool to encourage early vacation travel, he said. On the other hand, Furlong said, travel increased significantly, re- flecting more interest in autumn and winter vacations in Michigan. Other travel business indicators cited by the council; A seven per cent decrease in crossings at the Macklnac Bridge. A five per cent decline in hunt- ing and fishing license, sales, A five per cent increase In re- quests for Michigan travel infor- mation and literature. A 10 per cent boost in camping activity in state parks. rui-al. creissing one mile southeast oi this Montcalm County commu- nity. Sheriff's. men said the aiito was about 400. fwet along the track before Engineer William A: Karas of Durand could halt train. from the at BALKAN INN WAKEFIELD, MICHIGAN Signs Tell of Source alignment for a distance of miles at Marquette, million Way. This project is known as th Vlarquette By-Pass. separation to. carry the Duluth South Shore Railroad over May. and paving of seven- tenths of a mile of M-28 Business loute from US-41 to the west lim- ts of Isbpeming, S4Q.OOO, Septem- ber. -Modernization of nine-tenths of a mile of M-28 Business Route Irom west city limits to Canda St. in Ishpeming, S165.000, Sep- EAST LANSING (AP) Mich- igan State University is leaving no area uncovered in its new plan to tell the public where money came from to construct un- iversity buildings. Maintenance men at the uni- versity are setting up signs in front Of more than 40 campus buildings, Spartan Stadium, the university golf course and mar- ried housing appartments to in- form the public on the way MSU got its buildings. John A. Hannah, president, said the campaign isn't a new one but is being revived to clear up some of the confusion over where the university gets its mon- ey for new campus structures, The new signs, which are being erected conspicuously on the front lawns of all the residence halls and other buildings, fall into four categories: -resigns telling which buildings MERE? CHRISTMAS From our to yours..; greeting thank you for yowr patron- KUIVINEN INSURANCE AGENCY Jam.es Michigan We also wish to take this oppor- tunity to thank all our friends for their loyal patronage. GREYHOUND BUS STATION Wak.liald, Michiflun Menominee tion of eight-tenths of a mile of M-35 from US-41 to the north city limits in Menominee, S370.000, Sep- tember, WWidening and paving of 15.7 miles of US-41 from Menominee north to Ingalls, Septem- ber. correction and paving of six miles of' US-41' from In- galls north to Paggetl, September. Ontonggon CountyT-.- Moderniza- tion of 4.9 miles of US-45 from Bruce Crossing south, March. -rr-Paving of 6-2 mile? of Feder- al Forest Highway 16 from coun- ty line north to M-35, No- vember. Schoolcraft County tion of six-tenths of a mile of US-2 from M-219 to M-94 in Manistique, September. were constructed from contribu- ons. WThose which were self-liqui- which were paid for from student fees, built with funds appro- priated by the state legislature. Man Killed When Car Collides With Train SHERIDAN (AP) Steven E. Baker, 20, of Rte. 1 Sheridan, was killed Wednesday in the collision of his car and 14-car westbound Grand Trunk freight train at a EDDY PARK SHELL SERVICE Wakefield, Michigan Qfateful thanks for the privilege of serving our many patrons and friends. TUOMELA GARAGE Wakefield', Michigan The hermM anjrels of Yuletidt bring to you our for a i Sunday St. Michigan Christmas be as bright as holiday candles DOT'S CAFE On U.S. 2, Wakefield GREETINGS This jolly snow mon 'It 1 helping us soy; Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to aP 'our patrons] WAKEFIELD PHARMACY Sunday Lake Wakefield CLOON MOTOR CO, Sunday U.S. 2 Michigan tire's to you, our good friends and patrons... our sincere appreciation for the privilege of serving you and best wishes for a happy holiday season. DIRECTORS and EMPLOYEES FIRST NATIONAL BANK SlEWSFAPERl   

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