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Wakefield News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1981, Wakefield, Michigan comp copy VOLUME 68, NUMBER 47 664-580) THE WAKEFIELD SEPTEMBER 17, 1981 SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR Ottawa National Forest to Commemorate its 50th Anniversary September 19 On September 19, the Ottawa National Foresst will commemorate its 50th anniversary with rededication ceremonies at the Kenton District headquarters at The public is cordially invited to Forest Supervisor Joseph said the ceremonies will begin at 11:00 am. 10:00 am. Congressman Davis win present the main Other participants include the Creek High School Soloist Kathy the Red Devil Battalion of Ironwood and the Reverend Robert Bruce Creek Trinity Lutheran Supervisor Zylinski is master of Woodsy and Smokey Bear will also local through the Michigan the Ottawa National Forest Improvement Association will sponsor a at the Wayside to the Ranger Donations will cover the cost of food and JULIE SIBLEY WEDS REESE ROBERTS AUGUST 29 Julie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond became the bride of Reese son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul The wedding took place at All Saints Lutheran Aug. 29 at 2 with the Rev. Roy Gustafson The bride's father gave her in A gown of and lace was worn by the The empire bodice was designed with a Queen Anne neckline edged with The highlighted by a design of pearls and extended to the Trimming the long fitted sleeves were vertical bands of The A-line skirt featured a deep peplum double rows of ruffles and a length Each sheer tier was edged with The bride's fingertip length veil of English was edged with scalloped lace hugging clip of matching lace highlighted with seed She carried with ivy and baby's Miss Kivi was maid of Mrs. Albert sister of the Miss Jackie sister of the Mrs Richard Harju and Mrs. Richar Cox were Jhe Shelby Hine was the Bower girL Best man was Cliff Dave and Brady brothers of the groom and Mike Sibley and Richard Cox served as Ushering duties were performed by Brad Dalbec and Clint John Bergland was the ring A reception was held at the Wakefield Veterans of Foreign War Hall were the newlyweds received many A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents at the American Legion The couple resides at Allocates Million for Elderly Programs The Upper Peninsula Commission for Area Progress Executive Committee Thursday 10) completed the allocation of over million to fund program for the U. elderly for the fiscal year beginning October 1. The allocated for five were distributed to 13 agencies across the U. said Harold chairman of the executive Allocated by the committee was for senior congregate for senior supportive for for the state home care and for the senior center staffing In was Actual allocation levels are contingent upon receipt of funds by P. Area Agency and any increases or decreases in anticipated funding levels will be distributed proportionately said Robert E. 6l-. executive director of The funding levels were reviewed last month by the Area Agency on Aging Advisory during a meeting in In this the Community Action Agency is slated to receive for congregate for home delivered and to provide escort and transportation The agency was also allocated for the home The Gogebic County Commission on Aging is to receive to provide information and homemaker and outreach and for senior center The Ontonagon County Commission on Aging was allocated to provide information and and escort In the agency will receive for senior center SHORT ABOUT TOWN Gogebic County Residents to WAKEFIELD COUNCIL Attend 4-H Wilderness MET MONDAY NIGHT Curtis Hook of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. James D. Adventure Basic Training DISCUSSES MANY ITEMS several days here visiting his son accompanied their Two Gogebic County residents Establishment of a licensed solid Mrs. Hook at to Grand Valley State Col- wlU attend Challenge Basic waste disposal site for Gogebic set at where Leader Certification Orientation Range communities was discussed began her Junior year at the col- workshop September 18-20. at the Monday night meeting of Mr. and Mrs. John Mezzano of also accompanied Judy and Kay Richter of the Wakefield City West spent a week to Houghton to enter Wakefield will join other teen and Council members responded to a here visiting his Mr. and Michigan Tech as a sophomore and adult volunteers from across the letter from the city of Ironwood Mrs. Joe Mezzano and with other their who also is state to participate in the wilderness asking the council's position on the relatives and John is for- now enrolled for her Freshman year adventure program orientation work merly a Wakefield at Michigan Tech. held at Kettunen the The disposal site project proposes state's 4-H leadership training Gogebic County communities Visitors at the of their Mr. and Mrs. Ward efforts to create a landfill Mrs. and The workshop is the first of eight acceptable to the were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and former Wakefield weekends of training required to be- county landfill sites with the Kim and Ray spent the weekend visiting come a certified Challenge ception of Watersmeet are not of Wis. They also her Mrs. Gladys Salmi and by the ed with other relatives and relatives and They session is designed to help The site under Miller is the former Barbara attended the participants gain a better under- sideration is located near at All Saints Lutheran standing of the Challenge program's Mayor Davidson said he favors on goals and says Sandy the Davidson said early Mrs. Reuben Mich. v Gogebic Couty 4-H in the project would en- spent a week Mr. Carl Mass. gram of the able Wakefield to have input in brother in law and by Mr. and Mrs. end wju fce spent in the to the rates structure for the and Mrs. Tony and with vey prepare individuals to take on He said the city could either her sister and brother in a week visiting she participate with area communities and Mrs. Wesley all of tner and sister in Mr. and now or run the risk of being ed. ' Arnie Wirpio and other re- Participants win ain ed to on rates use of the a T n -a md experience in a variety of Councilman R. A. Ott disagreed Mr. and Mrs. David Holbrooke ness skills - Ott said Wakefield spent Labor Mr. and Mrs. John iam liff d | stay where we weekend with her Mr. and Minneapolis spent the weekend are we are forced Mrs. Tony She is the visiting at the home to other council former Diane The Mr. and Mrs. Geroux and out a rotation to take outa brooks were married on Aug. 1, 1981 mgs note for to finance in - The workshop is made ible b the purchase of afire department and e t Rah van and a used grader for the Mr. and Mrs. Sharon have Wilbur 1 Wis. and Jessie of and A. Ott disagreed with they spent three weeks visiting son Wis. were recent guests fo j donors the Michigan ancing the He said the city Ronald They were at the home Of and Mrs. James Michigan * accompanied here Mr. other - continue looking for parts to repair a disabled one now owned by the City Dale recommended financing the purchase All Saint Lutheran Services The Senior Choir of All Saints Lutheran Church practice Thursday at 6:30 at the The Church School and Bible Study win be held Sunday at 9:15 Worship Services will be held at 10:30 Junior Choir will practice at 1 and from 11 a.m. to 3 the Church Men will sponsor their 33th annual Tickets are available in advance or at the Ahe public is The Synod Professional Leaders Conference will be held at Green Lake on Tuesday and Sept. 21, 22 and 23. A Sewing Bee wQl be held at the church at 9 am. on and the Senior Choir will practice at 6:30 At 1:30 p. m. on Sept. 24, the deaconesses wQl meet at Betty Lane's DAN 68 DIED TUESDAY AT ASHLAND Dan 68, Verona died on Tuesday at the Memorial Medical He was bom in Mn on Oct 6, 1912, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael He moved to Wakefield in 1916 and has lived here since that attended the Wakefield and he was a of the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church of He was married on Oct. 28, 1950 iin to the former Mayme He was employed for the Connor Forest retiring five year Surviving is his a brother George of Las three Mrs. Rose Mrs. Mary Nelson and Mrs. all of Preceding him in death was his and two Mike and Funeral rites will be held at the Lakeside Memorial on Sept 18 at 1 p.m. with Lazar Kostar Friends may call at the Chapel at 6 on Interment win be at the Lakeside Pallbearers will be John Venner Stanley Ronald Bernard Olejniczak and Toivo who will make his home here with J SERVICES HELD FOR his son in and Mr. Prof. Norman Memi and ms and Mrs. Randy Ohio MRS. JAMES 86 are spending several weeks James 86, 608 to avert a potential short-term cash Mrs. H. B. Sutter has returned St the home of Prof. sister Harrison died Sunday at Grand flow from a three week visit with and brother in and Mrs. View Councilmen also considered a tives in Springfield Mo During and with his brother The former Lucy posed snowmobile route expansion visit family held a de- and sister in Mr. and Mrs. ter of the Hate Mr. and Mrs. James presented by the Wakefield City lightful reunion at a Springfield Harold is a teacher of was born May 18, 1895, planning A public which included 25 members Interior Design at the University of at She came to the hearing on the matter was the family nieces and and has a United States in 1907 with her ed for the next regular meeting Special guests were cousins in called coming directly to Wakefield Oct. 12. many of field and and is also in- and has resided here for the past Maps of the proposed routes will the family had not seen for many in the of 74 She attended schools in be posted in city hall and other All had a most Laurie Anne Tyler and Signe r c ing Robert C Weds Sept. 5 Word of Death Received Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Graves received word on Thursday of the sudden death of Mrs. brother in Gerard Ward of Los Mr. was the inventor of such games as Coup and the two new games for this Christmas Trust and Dragon Mrs. James the former Sandra Graves of services for Mr. held in Los locations in the city for public in- Mrs. Mezzano was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic In other the She was also a member of repair to railroad the Altar and Rosary Society and ings until spring when grades can ing her brother and sister in Second Congregation Church circle 6. be lowered and problem areas and getting June 24, 1913; she was with the exception df t&e other She 5> at 4:30 p.m. fori the ried to James Sr. and Sunday Lake Street crossing which was a former Wakefield wedding of Laurie Anne operated a confectionary and will be repaired this fan She also attended a class reunion daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James bar with her husband for 30 ' a resolution prepared to Robert Conrad Surviving are her by the Board of County Road Com- lin Mr. and Mrs. two missioners concerning road Mr. and William and St. Clair a street 111. spent the Labor The bride was attended by Karen Mrs. Charles the resignation of weekend visiting her Mrs. Judy Velin and Paula 15 grandchildren and 12 great Councilman R. B. Ott as the city's Linda and with her Betsy Judy Velin and Paula representative to the Gogebic Range ther and sister in Mr. and as The Preceeding her in death were a Water Councilman Banry Mrs. Dennis She is the best man was Scott Velin and William and Backman was appointed to reformer Donna Bertetto of groomsmen were Randy Funeral services were held at 10 place and Rick Ushers a.m. Wednesday at Immaculate Con- a motion to have the FINAL BADGER BLOODMOBILE were TyJer and Steve ception Church with the Rev. city manger ask the Michigan State OF THF The reception was held at Angie's ward Wenzel Burial was Police to as dispatcher for In. Z j n An South in Lakeside Gogebic First Responders when on American Red Cross Badger The are Kenneth call for Beacon has scheduled the The bride graduated from tett Robert William agreed to establish a new final drive of this year Sept. 29th, Beloit Memorial High The zano rf James aJT restructure 30th, and Oct. 1st. The drive will bridegroom was a Wakefield High ' d Ri h d Mezzano increase from be held at - the Ironwood Memorial School and the University The clinic wiU be open of Wisconsin at He is j S P District Power on Tuesday from 2 to 6 employed for in J pm to 6 pm Fla. They are making About 60 Senior citizens enjoyed Visitors from Italy and on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 home at Merritt Fla. a chicken dinner at noon Visitors at the home of Mr and p.m. Appointment are Among the guests were the already calling regular donors to groom's Mr. and Mrs. granddaughters from Valle schedule New donors Ham David Sheldon T and or new residents wishing aU of Wakefield Mr. and Tl can contact the program Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. I chairman Fran Dixon at 932-2014 or Al David DTf T- stayed with Mrs. Flora Greco and the at Dolores Eugene 13 a daughter of 932-0652. The clinic telephone is 932- Rose and Jerry Mrs Kunnes and accompanied them 2420 during the days of Traverse former Wa- They were here for The quota for this clinic will be 345 of By meeting this quota every every resident of Robert Dossetto Among the Gogebic and Iron counties Michigan State Police Transfers qualified to receive free blood at Mrs. Mary The tables were two centered with lovely arrangements Mrs. Wesley Paquette entertained of sweet them at a luncheon at their cottage Bruce on Lake Gogebic Other guests after the began his first Lucy Bugni from iree at Transfer of eight Michigan State talk on and His Jenny Wallin and Marq Lou hospital in the The officers has been reported by with slides and gren from Suzette Paquette only expense to a resident shoud Col. Gerald L. department The program is also being shown on was the be the administration If you director Mondays at Sunset He took They also visited with their need blood contact the Amone them is roU caU and asked member who grandfather William Kunnes who man or T had not signed up for the was hospitalized and is now at 17 66 years Medical age are accepted if are in good and Smashing Success On Broadway formerly of West MI and a graduate of West Branch High School and Central Michigan is currently appearing in the smash Broadway hit P. T. Barnum that has recently played the Fisher Theatre in Detroit and the John F. Kennedy Center Theater in Washington D. C who appears in the production as a has been active musically since high school and for the last several years has been the musical director for the Host Inn Supper Club in Pa. His parents are John and Helen Mezzano of and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mezzano of Little Angel's 4-H Club Met The Little Angel's 4-H Club of Wakefield held their first meeting of the year Sept 15th by taking a tour of McDonald's Restaurant They had a interesting tour of enjoyed a lonely lunch and spent a fun time playing in their They came home with some nice gifts from Members of the Little Angels Jeanne Chrissy Sherry Tess Harju and a new member was welcomed Rose Mrs. Matt Mattson and Mrs. Wayne Foster and their The winning numbers Sept 10 in Michigan's weekly lottery drawing were 4, 35 and 980. Hot Lunch Menus to Sept 21: Breaded Chicken potato Sept 22: Tuna Noodle Sept. 23: Meatball mashed milk Sept. 24: Spaghetti Sept 25: Chicken - Thure 68, Former have a written parental Any The transfer is effective Sept. 27. A APR to Meet Sept. 18 Resident Passed Away further questions may be directed - Dossetto enlisted m 1974, and was At Saari Cottage Word has been received of the to the chairman Fran Dixon or at Ironi River and Detroit He was Wakefield chapter of the death of Thure 68, on Norma bom at and the son of of Retired Persons Aug. 18 at San CaL The More then one-third of the blood Mr. and Mrs. John Qn Wakefield donated is returned to Gogebic and Sept 18. with a picnic dinner at the leaving for California about Iron New donors are - - cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Saari 1945, settling first at later ways We must all try to Announce Engagement on Cheney Those who need to Las where they lived for keep this worth-while program Announcement has been made of transportation to the cottage are 12 then returning to Los in our the engagement of Bonnie asked to meet at Sunset Manor at and recently to San Ironwood to Kenneth son 11 a.m. Surviving is his the for- Wakefield Centennial Committee of Mr. Mrs. E. A business session will follow the mer Ellen Hyppa of and To Meet Sept. 17 The bride elect is a graduate at which the new a Mrs. Richard The Wakefield Centennial Com- of Luther L. Wright High slate of officers for the coming term Sharp of Also surviving is will meet on Sept. enlisted in the navy re- will be presented for the executive a grandson and two great at 7:30 p.m. iin the Wakefield cently and is in basic training Election and installation of sons in Las Interment took High school music auditorium will at Fla. He was a 1976 the officers will All place in Colo. with Maki as the presiding Wakefield High School hers and prospective members are - An August 7, 1982 wedding is urged to attend this gala initial Rotary Club Met Business to be discussed includes ' The Wakefield Rotary Club held the Hallowe'en Fun Nighty with Mrs. - Neil Londo and Mrs. Tony Trolla as Calvary Baptist Services Workshop Set for Sept. 25 tof f Sf HAVE A NICE DAY Prayer meeting is Wednesday at 104 S. Lowell Program chairman for 7:00 meeting will be Bin
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