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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - January 14, 1967, Escanaba, Michigan Pag« SilESCANABA DAILY PREgS, Egpanaba, Michigan Saturday, January 14, 1967 MANISTIQUE Skate Rules Are Listed MR. AND MRS. Vernon Lee, Gulliver, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane to John Kopecky, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ko-pecky, 2433 S. 57th Court, Cicero, 111. Miss Lee was graduated from Marquette University in 1966 with a B. S. degree and is teaching in Utica, Mich. Mr. Kq;>ecky was graduated from Michigan Technological University in 1966 and is a metallurgical engineer, affiliated with the American Society of Metals, A. I. M. E., and Theta Tau, national engineering fraternity. He is employed in asso* date materials and process engineering for Honeywell Aeronautical division, Minn* eapolis, Minn. A June wed* ding is plumed. The skating rink Is open Monday through Friday from 8 to 5, Saturday, 1:30 to 5. Sunday through Thursday nights, 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday nights from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Skaters are asked to skate counter clockwise and not to play tag, or crack the whip, race or snowball. They are to keep off snowbanks, Only skaters are allowed on the rink. Injuries should be re* ported to the attendant. Grade school youngsters are encouraged to skate after school and from 7 to 8 p.m. The warming house is for skaters exclusively and is not to be used as a hangout. Toilet facilities are available in the youth center. The center is not to be used as a warming house or hangout. Smoking is prohibited in both the warming house and Youth Center. Profane and abusive language is not permitted. Those who violate rules will have the privilege of using the facilities denied. Heggblom Heads Runeberg Order U. S. A. Heggblom, immediate post president of the supreme lodge, is the new local president of the Order of Rime-berg. Other officers are Mrs. John Larson, past president; Adeline Wager, vice president; Mrs. Edward Mathson, financial secretary; Mrs. Edward Jorgenson, treasurer; Lydia Str<»n, secretary; Mrs. Richard Bjork-man, marshall, and VernerEk-atrom, auditor chairman. Births A daughter weighing 7 pounds 5H ounces, was bom Jan. 12 in Sdioolcraft Memorial Hcwpital to Mr. and Mrs. Kerry K. Bums, Germfask. The mother was formerly Karen Esther Harkness. Germfask AnBivenarj Party Mt. and Mrs. George Orlich, were entertained Dec. 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ha-kala with a surprise party in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Fourteen couples attended. Mr. and Mrs. Orlich were presented with a lovely 3 tiered white wedding cake decorated with aqua rosettes and ton>ed with a miniature bridal couple. Briefly Told Pttblie Safely offieen were called to the Red Owl Store at 12:55 p.m. Friday when wiring in the main store part shorted. There was no damage. Mrs. Fioreiice ElmgreB, 806 Main St. was taken by ambulance to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital at 9:45 a.m. Friday. State Police Ueketed Nor-dean F. Townsend, Bellaire, speeding. Hospital Mrs. Lena McLear of Osweg-atchie, N. Y. and Sp. 5 and Mrs. James Maxwell and daughter, Jamie of Eatontown, N. J. re-turued to their homes after visiting Mrs. McLear’s granddaughter and husband lAr. and Mrs. Theod<»« Adcley atGerm-fisk and Mr. and Mrs. Alden McLear and family at Manis-tique for the past two weeks. Herbert McDougal retumed to his home here from Traverse City, where he visited his niece Mrs. Harold Erickson and family. Annual ChuKh M^ing Is Well Attended A go(^ repi^sentatibd of Rapid River Qalvary Lutheran Church’s conjgregaition was present for the church’s annual meeting 'yrednesday evening held at the ^lurch parish haU. Pastor George Olson presented his report which told of the church accomplishments of the past year and the church challenges for the coming year. ' A parsonage addition ai^d remodeling project wafc completed in 1966. A budget of 117,768 was accepted for the 1967 year ana organizational reports were given by the L. C. W., Luther League and Church School. Four new deacons were elected for three year terms on tho church council; Hjalmar Nelson, Wayne Christoff, lieonard Thorsen, Carlyle Holmgren. John Lind was elected to serve two years to fill the unexpired term of James Johnson. Other church council members are, Robert Dutton, Harold Lundquist, Ronald Sundberg, Lloyd Brannstrom, Roger Brarinstrom, Henry Lundberg, and Hugo^ Schoenberg. Mrs. Russell Case was re-elected as secretary of the congregation. Committee vacancies were St. Joseph’s Church in Escan- cranberry velvet bodices ac- mjed by Mrs. Uoyd Stenlund, aba was the setting at 11 a.m. cented with pink cumberbunds auditing and Curtis Chrlsten-today (Jan. 14) for the wed- and front bows. White crown ggn, nominating. Other mem-ding of Miss Mary Margaret headpieces with attached veils bers of the auditing committee Him and Gary Hubert Boud- and gold crosses, a gift of the    Robert Oberg, Mrs. reau, both of Beloit, Wis.    bride, completed their attire. Ronald Sundberg; nominating. Officiating at the double Their bouquets were cascad- Keith Johnson, Mrs. Rob* ring ceremony this moming ing arrangements of garnetto Duttcm. was Rev. Jordan Telles. The roses and white carnations, bride was age by her xatner. uur- me onae, w«s ¿luw«    ________________ ing the ceremony the bride Peter Boudreau, brother of the 1961. The church magazine, placed a bouquet of all white bridegroom was the ringbearer. «Lutheran”, will again beplac-carnatiohs and pompons at the Serving as bestman for his    ^he homes of the d&urch altar of the Virgin Mary.    brother was Roger Boudreau members. The bride is the daughter of and groomsmen were Robert The new church council will Mrs. Gary H. Boudreau Mary Margaret Hirn, Gary H. Boudreau Wee CONDUCTING THE firrt meeting of the new year Thursday evening at Hio Oenlral Methodist Church in Escanaba were ttie newly elected officers of the Escanaba Welcomo Wagon Newcomers Club. They are from left seated, Mrs. John Besse, second vice-president; Mis. James Van Horn, president; Mrs. James Schultz, treasurer; standing, Mis. Ray Tapani, first vice-president; Mrs. Don Alimenti, secretary and Mn. Ray Rossi, third vice-proi-ident. (Daily Press Photo) »rdan Telles. The roses and white carnations.    Calvary Lutheraij Church    -p    *    «le j given in marri- Little Julie Him, a cousin of observe the 450th anniver- S^IftC \    Shl^rt bPCCIOl SUnOOY sr father. Dur- the bride, was flower girl and    Refimuttion O vl I I b I w l\d 11G) 11 I «^1 I Vi/l I    ^ - .    p. .    Service At Say American Designers Salvation Army ___________________________________________________________NEW YORK (AP) — Skirts from Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hirn of Old    Brown, Richard J. Boudreau    meet UM ¿rst piit of FebnW    continue to diminish. Pants line State Road, Escanaba and par-    and Ray Johnson. Seating the    , council secretary    ^ ^ acceptable to everyone, *" ents of the bridegroom are Mr.    guests were Peter E. Him,    treasurer. The council wiU    ®ven maitre d’s. Paper wiU and Mrs. Hubert Boudreau of    brother of the bride and Donald    appoint church delegates to the    revolutionize utility fashdoos, 822 S. 8th St., Escanaba.    Him of Gladstone.    Synod conferences and a Sun-    ^ not necessaniiy couture NjkMi Lace    Mothers* AttiM ^    School Superintendent. The bride selected for her    For attending her daughters    Olson serves as council    Nearly every designer will wedding a floor length gown of    wedding, the mother of the    chairman.    have a hand in improving the nylon lace s^led with long    bride selected a two piece ............chic or archaically sleeves and a scalloped Sabrina    champagne brocade suit with    ^CC    men. neckline embroidered with    matching imd wa,    ^^hapteT , Ut^    John F. Kennedy will Smt ikirt IntuiU'a lull chapel    and white catnaUons. Mil.    Meets Tuesday    remain on her fashion pedestal, train and tiers of lace extend-    Boudreau wore a cranberry chin to tli^-high hem There will be a special Sunday Evening service at tho bellied waistUne wiB re- SalvaUon Army. Sunday M 7:80 p. m. Captain Lee Hick- Admitted to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital were Ward Davis, Karen Burns, Mary Gierke, Kevin Rose, Evelyn De-Va, Marland Wolfe, Marjorie Fttgan. Discharged were Debbie Peterson, Ray Heminger, Dean Deloria, Paul Guertin, David McGuire and Jack Slack. Church Events ZlOB Ltttheraa Couples Club meets for a family winter outing Sunday, Jan. 22 beginning at 2:80 p.m. Couples and their families are to meet at the sandhills. A 5:80 p.m. supper in Augustana Hall follows. Couples are to bring table service, hot dogs and buns. City Briefs Mrs. Cal Steven is a patient in St. Luke Hospital, Marquette. Bowling Notes W«C NiU Ladies Ttam    W Bosch ............... 4 Cdi<on Sault ........ 4 Blu* Kibbons ....... 3 grtwrys ........... 3 omcr's Bar ........ 3 Mationars ......... 3 Dr. Psppcr ......... 2 Mark Ibmbler’a ..... 2 StrcA's ...... ...... 2 3 A1U« Supper Club .. 3 Coca Cola ......... 1 Lawrcnce Garage ... 1 Whltaicap't . ........ 1 Wylie Loan ...... I Norden’« Foodland .. o State Bank    0 ^ WTM — Drewry’a S1S5 HIM » C. Beeka 536 . HTO — Drewry a 7S0 HIG - L. Wolie 30S rive High Averasea C. Becka J57. P, Hai-vey Leach 150, P. Oaterhout, M. 141. L 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 1st, 9 Prond New Tear’s Baby A fbrmer resident and wife Mr. and Mrs. George WUliam Young of Manistique were parents of the first baby of the year bom at the Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital <m New Years Day. He weighed 8 pomids and 4 ounces and has been named William Joseph. Bits. Young is the former Kay-lene Spielmacher. Grandmothers of the baby are Bilrs. Co-lestine Spielmactier of Manis-tique and Mrs. Jennie Young of Germfask. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lustila Jr. are the parents of a daughter weighing 8 pounds, 15 ounces bora Jan. 8 at the Sciioolcraft Memorial Hospital in Manistique. Mrs. LustUa is the former Brenda May Con-lon. Grandparents are Mrs. Jessie Conlon and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lustila Sr. Gary Orlich who attends Michigan Tech. University at Houghton, spent some of the holidays here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George ^-lich and his sister Cindy, and witft his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rade Arlich at Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oaken returned from Milwaukee where they had spent the past two weeks visiting at the home of tltoir daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Euretti and daughter, Mary Jo. ing down the sides of the skirt, pink lace dress with black ac-Three large satin roses held cessories and a corsage of pink her shoulder length veil of il- carnations. Grandmothers of tho lusion and she carried a cas- bride and bridegroom also atr cading bouquet of white car- tended the wedding and were nations with ruby red sweet- presented carnation corsages, heart roses and ivy foliage.    A wedding reception is being Cranberry Velvet    held this afternoon from 4 to Attending the bride were 8 p.m. at the Sherman Hotel Kathy Martens, as maid of followed by a dance from 9 honor and. Sandy Lynch and P-*’™* to 1 a.m. The rehearsal Julie Boudreau as bridesmaids, dinner was given Friday eve* Patricia Ann Hirn was the ning at the Sherman Hotel by junior bridesmaid.    the bridegroom’s parents. They were attired in floor Following a wedding trip length sleeveless gowns fashion- to an undisclosed destination, ed with white satin skirts and the newlyweds will make their home at 841% Elm St. in Be- All this was made clear at a R. C. Hathaway ChiM;>ter 49, luncheon meeting of Amerdca’s Order of Eastern Star will most influential apparel makers meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. for Friday. The discuss<i<m among their monthly meeting. There some 200 style reporters was the will be a study session on the closing session of a week3ong Labyrinth with June Nelson preview of spring fashions assisting. Officers will appear called the American Designer in regular dress.    Series. Hostesses for the evening will Althoui^ Gaston BerUielot, be Joyce Hall, chairman, Alice French couturier for New Allan, assisting chairman, De- York’s house of Christian Dior, lores Lee, Naomi Lee, Ruth expressed hope that the opening Beck, Lou Berglund, Gloria of European collections next Hansley and Eileen Coplan, week might promise some hem-All members are urged to at- line surprises, Americans, and turn, Donoki Brooks promised. ,    ^ “We have had all the litae shifts ^ ^ charge o< this we can stand. I «Mnk we will all service. He is the new Wvl-go back to what nature intended si»"«!    Secretary si tto a modem woman to look Bke.” Wisconsin-Upper Midriiw 1^ As tor pants - party kinds or "aon, with offices located In df_ed    — designers feel that Milwaukee. they have done such a good job The Captain wiU be preaent-of retaining the feminondty that    Sunbeam adiievonient all objectkms wiill be withheld, badge?, for various degroes of even by headwaiters at posh work to; Mlcki and Vicki places.    Denessen, Cindy Evans, Jdono Because workmanship is cost* Ledgerwood, Judy and Supto ly, paper is not practical for Porath, and Marialice Wight high fashion, insisted Gemreich. Captain Hickham wiU also But he is convinced that it is speak and the Sunbeams will tom<»Tow’s answer to utilitarian be singing a group numbor. and travel clothes.    Everyone is welcome! Dispobable paper shirts for    -...... ' ■ men would be ideal, if properly Liver will be through a meat packaged, decided John Weitz. chopper easily if it is scalded Men buy back their shirts 30 or coked briefly in simmering tiimes over through their laun- water. Use ^ chopped Uver in nteat cakes or moat paiMii. tend. I^etóonaiá - loit. The bride is a 1966 graduate of Escanaba Area High School and is presently employed at the First Credit of Beloit. Mr. Mrs. Rose Viau, 1516 N. 16th Boudreau graduated in 1962 St. and Mrs. Julie Traitor of from Holy Name High School    ® Glaostone are leaving today and attended Bay de Noc Com-    ■!*? for St. Petersburg, Fla. to munity College. He is present-spend the winter months. ly employed at Wamer Elec-•k it it    trie in Beloit. John D. Vanlerberghe 216 S.    - Rapid River Anmial Moot Rapid River Congregational hold its annual congregational meeting Sunday, Jan. 15, 7:80 p. m. in the church parish hall. Tho particularly (Meg Cassini, offered the consolation that the eye would eventually get used to the escalating ^drt. “As skirts get shorter we wiU concentrate on the leg as a whole,” said Oscar De La Renta, who does so with glittmng knee pants, tights and ^Iver stocldngs in his cturrent coUec- I9th St. and his father Elair Vanlerberghe Sr. of Rte. 1 Gladstone left by jet for Los Angeles to attend the Super Bowl game. They will visit CUJ. mrcn ¿Aventé First Methodist Monday, Jan. 16, 6:30 p. presented, reports given by the    He complimented Rudi Crem- church organizations and    reidi, creator of the topless church board officials elected,    bathing suit, for paving the way Challenges for the now year    with bright leotards and striped will also be discussed. All    stockings to complement his members and friends of the    dresses. His latest collectkm Call No. 4M Charter N«. Sffl KBPOET OF CONDITION OFTHB Gordon Vanlerberffhe in Holly- . Methodist Men’s Supper wood, Calif. John will stay meeting in the church parlors. church are encouraged to at- concentrate.s ^e e(ye on the leg tend this important church by means of pauties and decals meeting.    ___ Semesters Exams Semester exams will be held there several weeks. Elair will Eugene Hebert and Jack Foster    ud Fridly remcin untU spring.    will be in charge of the suwier    mter H?gh Meet On Sunduf arrangements.. Lyle Plowman is the program chairman. All men are invited to attend. ★ # ★ First Presbyterian GRENIER — Mr and Mrs Monday, Jan. 16, 7 a. m.— Francis Grenier of 1311 2nd    ^ Isabella Tho 12 Belles Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Noil Sefcik. Awards went to Mmes. Caleb Johnson, William Na» deau, James Krutina and yiTil-liam Donnell. The next meeting will be at the homo of Mrs. James Krutina. NOW SERVING DAILY CHICKEN AND SHRIMP IN THE SASKIT FRENCH FRIES AND HAMRURGERS >.4» Spccialti( lARSECUE SHORT RIBS Mwidsys aM Thantejt ITALIAN SPAGHETTI Wilaaaiiw FISHERIES IMIWl the HUB BAR Ave. S., Escanaba, are the parents of a daughter, Bonnie Sue, . weighing 6 pounds and 11 ounces born at 2:16 a. m. on Jan. 12. The mother is tho former Shirtey Groleau. SCHRAM—A daui^ter, Cynthia Joan, weighing 7 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Schram of Escanaba Rte. 1 at 10:25 a.- m. on Jan. 18. Mrs. Schram is tho former Barbara Valiquette. JENSHAK—On Jan. 13 at 7:22 p. m. a daughter, Michelle Louise, weighing 7 pounds and 5 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Jenshak of 1710 Ist Ave. S., Escanaba. Mrs. Jenshak was Mildred Boudreau. NELSON—Mr. and Mrs. Le-Roy W. Nelson of Powers wel-c(nned their first child, a son, at 12:41 a. m. on Jan. 14. The infant weighed 8 pounds and 4 ounces at birth and has been namod Troy Allan. Mrs. Nelson if tho former Joan Houghton. —Chontlier Choir. School. All classes of Rapid River Elementary School and High School will be dismissed at 2 p. m. on exam days. The school’s second semester begins Moiiday, Jan. 80; report cards will be distributed to students Wednesday, Feb. 1. Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbcvs of Rap- the The Third Order of St. Francis of St. Joseph’s Church in Escanaba will meet Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the church. Following church services, a feature meeting will be held in the basement at which time the nominating committee will present tJie officer candidates for the new year. A film on third order will also be FIRST NAIIONAl BM ud TRUST COHTANY of Eftcansba in the State of MlehigaB, at the eloao of bMiacHi OB Dee. 81, 1966. Publialiod In reoponse to call made by eowp-troller of the Ciirreaey, Under SeetloB 5211, U.8. BovM Statvtoi. ASSETS    Dollars Cti. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ..............$ l,509,299'i06 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .......................... Obligations of states and political subdivisions Securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S. ...... .......... 1,699,612.50 Other bonds, notes and debentures ............ 80,075.00 Loans and discounts .......................... 8,181,497.66 ..............................2:00 .........................80,828.07 ..................$18,877,682.81 1,881,718106 S,54S,110.4tt Fixed Other assets assets Id River will meet Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2 p. m. at the homo of Mrs. Harry Johruson of Rapid River, An election will bo held for the recorder post. showm: Friends are cordially invited to attend. The council meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 7:30 p. m. in tlie church basement. Photoort your cxcIubívc yifSTiuSTER Btore Here’s fun for overyono wltb VIEW-MASTER full-color stereo pletiiros . . . **11*0 Jost ttko foal!’* If you are in the market for a hoavy saucopon or two, you might oontidor buying heavy (hoM - woight) aluminum nuoopans. Such a pan may often bo used instead of a double boiler; for this use low heat is usually requirod. MRS. RUTH Guenetto of Escanaba Rte. 1 (Hyde) announces the ongagomont of her daughter, Dorothy, to Elmer McKnight, son of James McKnight of 418 Delta Avo., Gladstone. Miss Guen-otto is a 1966 graduate of Zscsnaba Area Hi|^ School and is presently employed at Wisconsin Motors in^ Milwaukee. No date has been set for tho wedding. VIEW-MASTER Faefcots. ■aeh packet contains fl fBU eolor stereo seonss. (8 reels) VIEW MA8TEE THIATRI CoBM^Iete Pietnro Fan Gaalor that Is iBterisiBlng snd EdBosttonsl........ $1.25 VIBW-BfASTBR Viewer oomtleto spoelal 7 SSI StsBdsrd with s s s s s • • * $1.75 $10.95 » PHOTOMtl 1011 Lydinfton Stmt TOTAL ASSETS ...................... UABIUTIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations    .....$ 3,542,959.60 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........... 11,218,287.11 Deposits of United States Government .......... 97,620.16 DeixMits of States and political subdivisions...... 974,889.47 Deposits of commercial banks ................ 207,586.70 Certified and officers' checks, etc ............ 200,247.51 TOTAL DEPOSITS ........ . .$16,241,540.55 (a) Total demand deposits .$ 4,630.344.86 (b) Total time Sc savings dep. $11,611,195.69 TOTAL LIABILITIES ....................$16,241,540.55 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS C<mimon stock—^total par value.................$ 200,000.00 No. shares authorized 2000 No. shares outstanding 2000 Surplus ....................................... 700,000 00 Undivided profits........... .................. 264,90.'i.88 Reserves    ............................ 971,!8e;88 Total Capital Accounts ..........................2,136,092.26 Total Liabilities & Capital Accounts ......$18,377,632.81 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call da|e ............ 16,373,716.00 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date    ....... . 8,241,788.69 $466,000.00 of securities are pledged to secui« deposits of tho Triasurer of the State of Michigan totaling $383,126.71. I, A. J. MgM. Vice President snd Cashier, of the ab9vs-named bank do hereby declsre that ttiis report of condition is true snd correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. J. MAKI We. the undortignod directors attest the correctnass of ttiis report of condition and declare that it has been exsmlnod by; us and to tho best of our knowledge snd belief is true snd oorfBct. JAMES E. FROST RUSSELL LEE CUFFOBD J. 0*D0NNliX Mrsetoit ;