Wakefield News (Newspaper) - February 26, 1981, Wakefield, Michigan HERBERT MRS BOX 454 THE WAKEFIELD NEWS VOLUME 68, NUMBER 18 664-580) THE WAKEFIELD FEBRUARY 26,1981 SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAS WAKEFIELD TO GET 51 Seniors Enjoyed Dinner Louis Paul Orlich and Jerry Floral Gardens Rotary Club WAKEFIELD BOARD NEW LIBRARY About 51 Seniors enjoyed a meat Keith Cormier Local Winners Speaker at Attar Society Enjoyed Program on Australia CUTS TO BE EYED BY PANEL Wakefield will have a new public at the Lakeshore America & Me Essay Contest The Altar Society of the The Rotary A committee of teachers library ran on Thursday There Three students from Wakefield Conception Catholic Church Club held their dinner meeting on and school board members will be The city council voted 4-0 were aso carry-out School Wakefied have been met in regular session on Thursday evening at the Keen formed to study suggested budget day to accept the bid of Peter Tne diners who had birthdays named local winners in the 12th day evening in the church hall with Ager the Wakefield Township to construct a in February will be honored at America & Me Essay Con- president Janice Clark Following the Bob Board of Education decided at its 30 by 60 foot frame building on a Thursday dinner with the dessert sponsored by Farm Bureau The secretary report by Margaret program presented Mrs. regular meeting city lot on Hancock St. Koruga being birthday cake and ice insurance The topic for this and the treasurer report Ellen Maki who spent two months Feb. 16. was the low bidder on the project The table prayer was sung to the year's competition was Hope by Betty was and in The proposed group will examine at per After making tune of For How I Can Help A Bake and Rummage Sale will This trip for the items the board committee has payments for 10 years through a Following the Mrs. Adelia Achieve be held on April 24, in spent in the area of recommended be shaved from the Koruga will give the of the The who earned the the church ball sponsored by the and her talk on the area was budget to reduce district expending to the from gave a most second and third place awards for Altar and the members are most She noted that tures for the next budget - reminded to set aside articles for the weather was She Nq action fc enjoyed the sites of the the received from the Coffee and rolls were served by enjoyed meeting people semer Township School District re the on Feb. 22 in various walks of what she di annexation and/or lowing the Mass. observed in this far away country Wakefield moved its library from ing and educational talk on their are Louis Geroux its rented quarters in the Hautala tion including the which Paul and Keith the Distributing Company building on vide certain and those Hancock earlier this which shoud be avoided for health All three received award lishing it on the second floor of the and other most pertinent for their as city She also distributed quiz tne school's first place Several other locations were ex- papers on nutrition for the diners Louis's name will be engraved on a before Koruga made his to fill plaque for permanent display in posal to build the In - tne The members also decided to treat and spoke of some of the religious the Altar to a Pizza part in activities which she had the near future Her talk was the business gram chairman will be George Louis's first place essay now Jerry operator of Floral ance with charter the MRS. MARIA 88 council called for bids on a pASSED AWAY SUNDAY vances to the state level most in- WAKEFIELD SCHOOL BOARD using tirm fmm wes introduced as the I Maria A. Korpi 88 formerly APPROVE d on the but was higher Care will be announced in will receive 1*=- bid on the but was higher at per Councilman Raymond A. Ott moved to accept the bid and was seconded by Councilman Henry Also voting in favor were PRINCIPAL Contracts for superintendent The board approved transfer of from a long inactive Organization activity account to the newly Harry B. Sutter Scholarship Fund and also donated to the Wakefield Youth Hockey Notice was given of the expiration of the term on the board of Mrs. Marsha which will be- tt his the come effective at the close of the Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. lovely arrangement was presented George and Ellas was at ranging in value from to August totalling in prizes for the principal Richard Valesano were 1L. for the four-year must be to Mrs. Florence - - iui j Lunch was served by members - - m no later than April 6, Circle 3 Mrs. Karen The election will be held June 8. Also voting in were there toP ten Mayor Alan Davidson and the aee 16 she came to the A team of finalist headed Board of according to man Ray Councilman by Governor William will secretary Eleanor tQ M Mrs. Martinson said that Truckey m Clarice Mrs. garet and Mrs. Juleann mond B. Ott was United States and to Councilmen adopted resolutions In 1911 she was married to Herman determine the top statewide Wakefield a second lead He died in 1958. Also pre- other members of the finalist applicant for an Urban Development ceding her in death were a judging team are Congressman Grant for the and two Sulo and bert and Lansing State Range Water The city nal Jim Last year's chief of Bessemer currently serves as KorPi was a member of All was former lead applicant for the Saints Lutheran Church and its Several thousand eighth grade following a meeting with Mary students from over 425 Michigan Survivors include seven grand- schools participated in the 1980-81 Women Held February Meeting The board authorized permission at ment providing enough c oo nnn dents indicate an interest in bus Hostesses for the March meeting last agreement The vote to will be members of Circle 4. Wakefield United Methodist prove was 4-3, she with trustees Marsha Thomas Marco and A. James In an energy conservation the board decided to drop Houghton and West Iron County from Wakefield's basketball schedule and eral City Manager Dale Tt America & Me Essay which The Soumis said it would be better to was conducted with the help of Wakefi have both names on the to fill the voting was given a raise from February meeting of the Funeral services were held was Wakefield United Methodist Women day at 1 p.m. at All Saints arm Bureau Insurance agents across was held on Feb. 18 to annually on a with Rov Rnv to the in the church at 2 p.m. Gilbert casting the lone dis- 4U A dispute over repair work done sSg burial Started in 1968 and open to ail The meeting began with the senting A contract high Michigan eighth grade students the tag of the Church's school principal George Osier will Garage owner Walter Knaack Tv hP annual contest encourages Michigan One followed by Pre- be considered at a future Cd WakT male to AU youngsters to explore their roles in sident Mr. A. James - truck wasn t done m Pallbearers were Arnold Perry America's future through mg a poem by Helen Sterner AARP Met Friday Carl Eugene Jack & t tu t t secretary report was given Regular Session As sponsor of Farm bv Mrs. James who shared Insurance Group has re- received from Wakefield Chapter of the Amei i- the Methodist can Association of Retired field when there are no fewer than three shops licensed to do tha as suoi He claimed no written estimate Helno SePPa and Eino Bureau I on the job was given by the semer firm which did the work and said should not be FUNERAL SERVICES HELD paid because of this breech of law FOR MRS. MYRTLE TOBIN concerning auto Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle To insure greater locker room teachers and administrators have pledged closer i of faci for further study were ratification of the work of the student code of conduct guidelines on petty cash policies and hot lunch privilege An inquiry for the use of school a a t. a- - can Association oi facilities for summer soccer league ten national awards from the tne on Feb was deferred until a formal request Freedoms Foundation at Valley thanking them for hela their meeting on gave 20 at Sunset at 2 p.m. was received by the The following is Louis Geroux ni SoUmis said he was not aware A. Bessemer former the job could be done in field who died Friday My Hope for America and How I field and whenever the were held Monday at 1 p.m. at Can Help io Achieve - city tries to get work done or the Wakefield United Methodist America is as strong as each of distributed to the member of the Board of purchase materials with the Church with the Rev. Lillian its family A strong family The group outlined con- Items of board information buses had passed Michigan Mrs. Harry Sutter surer A pledge to the flag was Following reports by Circle after which secretary Doores Geroux the announced that since no president Wesley that 5 or vice-president was the State Police inspection Jan. 23. Valentine girts bought and meeting will be conducted by Lempi mobile radios were installed in all school buses Feb. 9. 36 The council passed a resolution hards Spring burial will tie from one generation to social at the Gogebic A most inspiring opening prayer es 4-6 are ski instructional -one similar to others previously be in Lakeside from one home to from one Medical Care on was given bv the Rev. Carl at Indianhead Mountain each the manager to Funeral Home community to will make Feb scheduled who was a former for six make purchases with the city when was open for a strong A strong March clean and program -' 1-1 The former Myrtle Kent was unit must have love and concern church Work will be- AARP In other the born Dec. 16, 1896, at Bessemer for each for its neighbors and gin at 8-30 The minutes of the previous faculty day has been Learned that a possible and attended schools at and for other families a- Following the business recorded by Marie scheduled 27. r Tim tom mH hv Dolores 'The Class local installation at the high school has boys district page in a water line may be causing In 1913 she was married to Jay cross the Love for our Mrs. shared a reading pro end read by Dolores f problems at the Chicago Mine W. He died Jan. 1, 1957. Also try and respect for our leaders help She secretary and the treasurer win oe the mayor and clerk her in death were two make this A binding then presented the program report by Lillian was at White Pine during the week of to sign documents relative to a infant sons and three love and respect make a country ing Ain't so A letter of appreciation was read March 2-7. city grant for funds to rehabilitate shall and John Kent and Russell strong and Lunch was served from tables from the Chamber of - the industrial Each of us is an individual with decorated Valentine thanking the group for their U. P. LEADER TRAINING the matter of the Mrs. Tobin was a member of needs of his We each must The hostesses were Mrs. James tion to the ture of the proposed all-volunteer Wakefield United Methodist Church work for a whether it is to be Davey and Mrs. Anton fire department because of the ab- and the Golden Age higher education or a skilled labor sence of R. B. we must attend ELIZABETH L JOHNS FORMER 11133 card sent him and his It the 1981 4-H U. P. Leader Training a special meeting for 6 p.m. Survivors include one American is one of the few n was noted tnat yearly dues are now to be held at the Dickinson Inn in March 2 to act on bids on the sale Mrs. Walter countries where an individual can * mTt t payable to treasurer Mrs. Iron on March 27 and 28. of notes by the The council seven school to satisfy his own 23 Thirty-two members were present This leader training will em children's Christmas both 4-H leaders and Rev. also ers working with and 4-H thanked the group for the teens are invited to participate in has received permission from the and two Ronald to keep America strong died recently at St Municipal Finance Commission to and Leonard it needs individuals with at the the performing arts with It was reported that Roy a special presentation on Friday ii lui O * 1QAQ in - ' - but in receiving that the - trT who had been re-elected as evening by the 4-H Wizard of Arts borrow to alleviate cash flow m mai w - f - - Money will be repaid Pallbearers were be Greg and inspiration for that learning must 1 dent at a recent has stated Troupe under the leadership of from state shared re- Stuart Joel Baksic come from the Only through ircs that he will be unable to and Oliver 4-H Youth Agent don Scott Johnson and this cycle can America be the for applicants for the city Charles Rostello planning - a motion by R. A. Ott to Wakefield Youth Hockey Club reinstate Nick Vidakovich as water Meet with 17 present superintendent die for lack of a Soumis earlier placed electrical superintendent Tom Bolen in control of the that it will receive no fire protection grant money from nation it to will always need The Wakefield Youth Hockey Returned from Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sharon was raised She married Raymond J. on Jan. 31. 1923 in ML They resided in Mich. until 1945 when they moved to She was a member of the United Methodist it was decided that the nominating for Muskegon committee will meet soon to name Members of the performing arts a It was also asked for troupe will present three of the volunteers for a program chairman options on They since no one the tive Dramatics - an introduction to nominating committee will also en- including beginning mine Club held at turned last from Serine movement 1S� the American Legion rooms with 18 vaCation with her Ronald She WaS b-v Harvey had attended a recent instrumental and members A copy of a letter vath he Ronald daUghter Ro- h J the Commission of the Aging Dance - learn a few basic steps of the the Wakefield visited d a a at which time many important things tap and modern the Michigan Department of Natural Chamer of Commerce was read and MTL Mrs S Survivors were discussed and in the area of performing Resources this discussed The original letter was a son a were tQ thingg arts the clowning which for bids on a radio sent by the Chamber to the anam m sister Pearl Chippewa which the A meeting wil be taught by Dolores and Joan ing system for the fire members will be heJd in Iron River on Mar. of Included in reappointed Mrs. Grace Mt an injustice had been done by Chippewa and five 13 for the and a bus win wiU be a brief Graves to the library the Youth Hockey Club be provided for any who wish to history of - for the of one gharon andI for u ta y - T Anyone interested in creating and balloon A history of the Wakefield Youth Sharon Iast Thursday afternoon at the mav shi at art. Hockey Club was given by Dennis mel Funeral 932_i200. Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Other option planned for son Mark East Lansine visited at for thosTe JustA tn the then spoke on the meeting day son tast ax into the James Anderson ClUD to Meet United Methodist and he home of Mrs. Gladys informed the group that an The Wakefield Womans Club will Interment was in the stated that anv one oik and Wakefield enroute from Hibbing tion nad from silver meet in regular session on Forest HiU not Wakefield A afternoon Mn. to their They spent B Mi the team day March 4 in the Keen not only from A early Dim riT thp f Jr. tne team udj i in me Ager b t may pay session will discuss current sewing man Class basketball tournament te % The meeting will be held MRS. ROBERT 48 oer to join the Senior citizen trends and sewing techniques tor IS and Tlth some FORMER DIED fabrics Kurt Selected Valuable Player Mr. and Mrs. Tim Zuidmulder and coming of the Minnesota which was Canadian teams at their The program will feature held in Kurt The expense to the club would a short report by each member on a member of the Freshman jje transportation to and from a phase of Crime was selected as the most valuable silver The teams plan on Lunch Mrs. George player in the by the the weekend of March 14, will be assisted by Mrs. coaches of the eight teams that and feei honored to have been in- Franck and Mrs. Charles participated in the A good attendance is - A 4th of July raffle will be held - Miriam Circle to Meet March 19, at 7:30 in the Legion Birth Announced The Miriam Circle of the All Club Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lutheran Church will meet - are parents of 'a son on March 3, at 1:30 p.m. K. L. Baker Graduated From born February 23. The Word has been received of the Hostesses for the March meeting and stretch death of Mrs. Robert 48 of wiU De Lillian Mrs. The cost for 4-H U. P. Leader Cedar the * former Carol Rolando and Mrs. Marie Training including meals and room is Donna Faye who was born per This training in Wakefield in 1933 and was Pastor Gronquist spoke sion is sponsored by the Michigan ried to Robert Donev in on the Social Security 4-H She was Wakefield Tne Community Action will meet - High School in 1950. The family in Bessemer in April at city hall All Saints Lutheran Services resided at Mo. for many and discuss Social A visitors training meeting will where the funeral was held and everyone is invited to attend to be held at 7 p.m. at the All Saints on hear this important The Lutheran A service will be Surviving is hr husband four table prayer was given by Rev. held at 2 p.m. at Lake at the church Hostesses for the Sartan School of Aeronautics proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jr Hostesses were Mrs. Elma afternoon are Mrs. Loretta Kenneth L. Baker graduated from Martin Mr. d a Mso Mrs. Linnea Dalbec and Family Night will e held at 7 and Mrs. Marie Friends Spartan School of Aeronautics in Haavisto is a former resident of - - - are invited surviving is a James Mr. Baker was studying The great grandmother kins p.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran in The church school and Bible Study - the Aviation Maintenance is Lydia Haukkala of Sunset Bessie woods of With the Colors Chamber of Commerce to Meet cian He graduated on Jan. and Mre Navy Mate 3rd Class will be held at 9:15 a.m. The Wakefield Chamber of Com- 30, 1981. - Patrick L. Lillie Jr. son of March 1 and the regular worship merce will hold their regular Mr. Baker is the son of Mr. and Snowfall Report Her Mr. and Mrs. Clare lene C. and Patrick L. Lillie Sr. of service at 10:30 a.m. ness meeting on March Mrs. Chester L. Baker of The snowfall report for this week preceded her in River has re- - 4 at 6 p.m. in the council rooms He is presently employed by up to Monday was 167.4 A of the city Plans will be tan School of Aeronautics as a Shop year ago this same time we had ported for duty aboard the Michigan Lottery Numbers A. James returned ing aircraft carrier USS The winning numbers in made for coming and a Instructor for Engine Overhaul and 155.5 inches as reported at the snow day from MN. where located at the Naval Air day February 19 weeky Michigan good attendance is Aircraft Electrical gauge north of he visited his Fla. lottery drawing were 41 and 842.