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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Ironwood, Michigan
Wood news record saturday apr official City election returns coming monday to open Victory loan Battle scarred fighting machine from France will be seen in Ironwood first of week heavily by the Brush of the Camo Fleur driven by a member of the United states tank corps and showing scars of German bullets an american whippet tank will visit Ironwood monday april 14 in the interest of the Victory Liberty loan the tank will arrive Here on a Flat car attached to the Early Chicago train on monday morning Angwill be unloaded during the morning and May be seen by the eager curious up to Oclock when it will Start out units demonstration trips Between and Oclock it will race Upland Down Ayer Street starting near the Luther l Wright school and leading the students Down toward the Central and then through the business Section of the City in the afternoon the tank will help boost the loan for the folks across the the big demonstration when it is expected that every available spot in the downtown District will be fought for by the Loyal people of the City and county will be held in the even ing in the heart of the business Sec Tio Between the hours of and along with the tank demonstrations at intervals there will be Short Snappy speeches on the Vic Community singing and Quartetti music a general and glorious Iphi Hooray time is expected and every Man woman and child in this City and surrounding towns should arrange to be on the scene Early in the evening to see this Veteran of the trenches and Battle Fields of France and to hear what is to be Swindin regard to the Victory loan which will be launched on tuesday the Day following the ladies under the leadership of mrs w h Boehme chairman of the ladies committee for go Gebic county and mrs Robert King chairman for Iron Wood will Start their soliciting Campaign in the Days following from april 14 to May 10 when the loan closes the tank to visit Here is one of a Fleet of 20 that left Minneapolis sever Al Days ago and is coming Here from Rhinelander the whippets Are 16 feet Long weigh 7 tons have a Maxi mum Speed of 12 Miles an hour and can show a Rocky Mountain Goat some things about getting Over impassable trails they can climb Hills that Are almost perpendicular go headfirst Over Cliffs without injury to tank or Driver and can Wade through sloughs like a Duck every returned Soldier boy is especially requested to get Back into the Khaki for the Day and evening and to be on the Job in the evening with the crowd there Are Over 400 of you Back Here now Fellows the Vic tory loan is to be launched to take care of your comrades and to transport them Home and Here is a Chance for you to give a lift and be sides the people of the town want to see you mixing through the crowds with your Olive drab on Ironwood people will be there come Down and see How they Back the Loans up and add your influence with your soldiery appearance All together now every Man out we must put this loan across top to Date about on third of the sol Diers who were transported to France have been returned we must feed clothe and return to this coun try Over a million and a Quarter of our soldiers yet a very conservative estimate of the Cost of bringing each Soldier Back re clothing him and Dis charging him is this must be taken care of allies though working hard now to make themselves self supporting need Loans from this country to get their new Start lets All of us dig Down once More and buy these five year notes to the limit 6 office mayor a ave avoid food waste no amount is too Small Tor save it is the multiplication of minute slices scrap by and 365 Days that will save the world who can prevent some waste is not your right to life and Freedom Worth this service Hoover United states food administration Sullivan coughs relieved with a d expectorant White Pine cough syrup 25 and 50c a d s croup a d s cold and grip tablets 25c for Sale at the City drug store opposite the City Hall Mcleod Avenue its the right policy to adopt every Auto St should be careful to Safe guard his pocketbook in time to prevent a Money loss of the machine through fire the slightest bit of careless Ness May cause a total destruction a Small Premium to us will cover you on this Point h m Erickson go Gebic National Bank bldg Ironwood Michigan wards candidate Isic 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th j obrien173 197 88 217 396 262 140 119 s a Oneill 364 416 178 227 304 149 111 497 City 227 103 245 418 283 143 127 David Hedlund 334 370 162 199 274 124 106 480 City raudio180 236 108 211 406 253 133 121 we Pollari 362 156 233 288 151 113 490 water h Kearney 183 239 110 227 416 259 144 127 Catherine Lobb 341 365 152 216 278 143 102 478 h moore196 Chas pantera328 Alderman 4 l Wojciehowski 340 Alderman 2 Sam Reid 350 stahovich173 Enrico speara350 s monroe155 h e fox449 a Heidemann 248 Ernest dear 353 young241 Frank talaska360 n Olson 193 j p drazkowsku162 Nettleblad 98 h m Wick ii ii i 1g5 Barnaby 93 Wilfred Lauzon 171 a Cole 186 i Peter Lofberg 260 ii ii ii Larson 228 Richard lutey220 e Nadolney Jos zereski202 Holt 392 de Hedlund 30i h Speare 324 Howard Gitchell 372 Kellett 403 Frank Petrusha 293 Kilponen 235 Arnold e Haglin 175 m jacquart252 Victor 155 Ohrn 2go no Forsberg 136 Andrew Psutka Alderman 4 j Stevens 128 Arthur Alderman 2 Rumotap 123 maj off total Ity 1592 2246 654 1731 2049 318 1648 2133 485 1705 2075 370 196 328 132 1s7 340 153 178 350 172 173 350 177 155 449 294 248 358 110 241 360 119 103 162 98 165 92 171 186 260 228 220 238 36 202 392 301 324 372 403 110 293 235 60 175 252 97 155 280 280 91 48 21 136 115 128 5 123 123 142 34 108 114 m 142 Josiah Biddick egg o Houghten John Lein Stevens we Mildren Makela Callahan John Ell on slips the vote on the shall the City of Ironwood erect a new municipal and memorial was As follows yes 336 499 245 366 575 226 172 no 75 52 16 65 81 159 65 the vote on the shall the Bonds of the City of Ironwood in the county of Goge Bic and state of in the sum of be issued for the purpose of constructing main trunk sewers in said was As follows yes 372 529 225 375 583 216 187 no 89 63 25 32 82 167 57 114 480 65 469 76 107 486 480 366 65 469 404 76 107 486 379 428 2847 2222 112 625 428 2915 2273 127 642 splendid contests at the High school annual oratorical and declamatory contests were most spirited in history of school the oratorical and declamatory contests held in the Ironwood High school this year surpassed in excellence and in number of entries every contest since the organization of the school the first preliminary contests held on thursday and Friday of last week in which 42 girls and 22 boys participated were Fine and Snappy from Start to finish the members of the High school faculty acting As judges five decl Aimers and five orators were chosen and these appeared in the second preliminary held in the auditorium of the High school wednes Day evening Clara Lilligren Edythe Peterson Dorothy Miller Elsie med Lyn and Carrie Treloar were on the declamatory program and after much fractional figuring the judges chose the three Best contestants in their judgment in the following order Dorothy Miller Clara Lily Igran and Edythe Peterson Erwin Oscar Ketola Ernest dear Forrest Gould and George Silberg were the five orators and it i is conceded by those who have heard most of the annual contests that this superseded All previous ones George Silberg was Given first place by the judges with Ernest dear and Oscar Ketola second and third the winners in the Doro thy Miller and George Silberg have taken part in every contest since entering the High school As freshmen their Success comes after four years of steady hard work and they Are receiving the congratulations of the faculty their fellow students and interested people of the City music for the contests was furnished by the celebrated Watson glee clubs boys girls and freshmen and by miss Helen Flack and Ernest May of the High school faculty Pioneer resident passes away Benadetto Bonino for the past thirty years a resident of this Vicinity passed away at the family Home on Silver Street last sunday morning he had been in poor health for the past two years and for two weeks previous to his death was confined to his bed for the past Twenty years he had conducted a grocery business a few doors East of the Silver Street Bridge but because of ill health was unable to give his attention to the business in recent years and left its management to his son he was 74 years of age and a native of Italy he is survived by his wife one son j two daughters Lucy and mrs g a Swanson of Ironwood and one brother Charles Bonino of Hurley he was a member of Hurley Branch no 91 Catholic knights of Wisconsin and also of three local italian societies funeral services were con ducted wednesday morning from St Ambrose Church and were largely at tended interment followed at the Ironwood cemetery the More dollars you get together the louder they do you Many overseas men to Ironwood two More of first volunteers arrived Home yesterday and oth ers from across return Sergt John p Shea and corp Arvid Forsberg of the 18th infantry first division two More of Ironwood first volunteers in the great War arrived Home yesterday having been discharged at Camp Custer on wednesday these Young men left Ironwood april 13 1917 and were in most of the engagements in which the famous 18th was involved others who returned Home during the week from overseas included men of the 4th 5th 27th and 42nd All combat divisions and the 27th regi ment of engineers the Only mining unit with the american army Iron Wood boys will return in increased numbers within the next two weeks As Many local men Are included in the ranks of the 85th division the first units of which arrived at new York about a week ago soldiers returned this week the following is a list of the Iron Wood soldiers and sailors who have been honorable discharged or furloughed and returned Home during the week who have reported to chair Man de Hedlund of the red Cross Welcome Home committee pet William e Garvey 210 Evans Street 129th m g co discharged March 31 pet Edward r Oxnam 134 Nome Street co d 27thengineers Dis charged april 2 Robert s Peterson 721 Sutherland Street 636th Aero Squadron Dis charged april 5 Emil Ekstrom c Camp Mills furlough pet Ignac Mieloszyk 305 Larch Street co b 75th artillery Dis charged March 30 pet j p Lavin 121 West Aurora Street co d 52nd artillery Dis charged april 5 pet Alfred j Gord 115 East Pine Street 12th cavalry discharged april pet Stephen j Holecheck 140 Houk Street 12th cavalry april 4 is Sergt John p Shea 653 Lake Street co e 18th infantry first division discharged april 9 pet Leslie r Davey 220 East go Gebic Street 21st Field artillery fifth division discharged april 9 corp Arvid Forsberg 215 Aurora location co c 18th infantry first division discharged april 8 pet David Back 105th Field artillery 27th division discharged april 2 Sergt Herbert Kemp 62s Pabst Street co i 27th engineers Dis charged april 3 pet John rank 340 East Tam Arack Street co d 27th engineers discharged april 3 Godfrey Loran son 128 Mansfield Street Navy discharged april 2 Sergt John a Kellett 113 Ash Street co i 27th engineers Dis charged april 2 j a Romano 177 North Pabst location c a discharged March 21 Garfield Moon 201 West Thomas Street Navy discharged March 26 pet Joseph Graiewski 114 West Aurora Street 106th artillery Dis charge april 2 pet Lorenzo car Chiec 412 Kennedy Street Louth Field artillery Dis charged april 2 pet Henry g Brown 106th Field artillery discharged april 2 corp Erwin j Erickson Lake Street 106th Field artillery 27th division discharged april 2 pet Charles j Eckrose 130 East Birch Street 106th Field artillery 27th division discharged april 1 corp George Jewell 217 nor Rie Street 106th d discharged March 31 pet Carl j Sill 246 East Oak Street 47th infantry discharged March 31 pet John Justusson Ironwood town coast artillery discharged continued on fourth Page naive suits for those who dress smartly never was there a Spring that brought More radically a change in the Silhouette and never were suits and Dol mans More popular a splendid showing is ready for you in every thing in ladies ready Tower new French kid gloves for easter see them Davis
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