The News-Palladium from Benton Harbor, Michigan on May 16, 1964 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The News-Palladium from Benton Harbor, Michigan · Page 4

Benton Harbor, Michigan
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 16, 1964
Page 4
Start Free Trial

PAGE FOUR THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 19M * * * T FUTURE NURSES RECEIVE PINS if * * * * * *- · * Teenagers Donate Spare Time To Aid The 111 . Fifty Future Nurses received pins Thursday evening in recognition (or volunteer service hours given at Memorial hospital since Juno 1963. M a r y Naffziger ot St. Joseph Catholic high school worked 200 hours. Others from the school receiving pins were Kathy Ma- hony, Mary Jo Dcejan, Belly DnJa, Carolyn Ilanlcy, Carol Howard, Diane Janca, Polly Smith, K a t h y Fail-man, Karen Migala, Carolyn Sdiulz, and Kileen Anslev. OVER 100 HOURS SI. Joseph public Infill school girls whci each gave over a hun- dred hours of service to (he hospital were Sue Hardy, Elaine Kndslay, Jane Douglas, Donna D o u g l a s , Mary Kowerditck, Tcrri Geigcr, Susan Dcucl, Diane Willson, Sally liacr, Grace Iloskin, Kalhy lialyeat, and Sally lianlham. Girls who worked 20 to 60 hours were Vicki Abraham, Grace Gerger, Penny Reed, Betty Butcher, Marilyn Sells, Marry Van Dyke, Joyce Palz- kowsky, E l l e n Patskowsky, Kathy Randall, Bea Warren Bclhe Remus, Nancy Myer, Karen Zick, Donna Coleman, Karen Itathbun, Ruth Emery Tracy Tiffany, Marilyn Rpwe, Jan Dodd, Pain Mattix, Ann Muraglia, and Lynn Ossiginae. ' The pinning was done by Miss Marie Swigert, nursing service instructor at Memorial. Miss Swigerl, who taught the girls in four classes last fall, kept them under professional supervision at the hospital. Guest speaker was Dr. J. J. O'Toole' who described his experiences in Haiti where he took part in Project Focus, which was organized by eye surgeons to give professional help to destitute people of Haiti and other countries. Miss Shirley Evans, director of nursing at the hospital, also spoke. The future nurses and their parents were guests of the Berrien County Medical auxiliary in the cafeteria of St. Joseph high school. Hostesses were Mrs. Dean Willson, Mrs. Dean Asselin, and Mrs. John Carter, Advisors for the public school club are Mrs. Richard Lininger, Mrs. John J. Turner, and Mrt. Lois Richards, school nurse. St. Joseph Catholic club advisors are Mrs. W. Bertram Smith and Mrs. John J. J. O'Toole. IN PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT: Sally Bunlham, left, a junior at St. Joseph high school who has contributed 107 hours to service in the pcdiulric department of Memorial hospital as a Future Nurse club member, and Donna Douglas, a senior, who has contributed 350 hours during high school to pedwU'ic service, are shown with Dennis Sanders, year old son oC Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sanders, 103 McDonald court, Benton Harbor . ADMITTING SERVICE: Mrs. Walter Spauldinj? of Berrien Springs is the patient being assisted at admittance by Susan Deuel, left, and Sally Baer, Future Nurses at St. Joseph high school. Susan, a junior, has given 106 hours of service' to Memorial hospital and Sally, also a junior, has served 142 hours. READY FOR NURSES' SCHOOL: Senior girls from both St. Joseph Future Nurses clubs who have already made plans to attend nursing school this fall are, left to right, Bethe Remus, St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago; Karen Rathbun, University of Michigan Nursing school; Mary Naffziger, Holy Cross hospital, school of nursing, South Bend; Eetly Deja, Borgess hospital school of nursing, Kalamazoo; Carol Howard, St. Xavier college, Chicago; Diane Jane;), and Polly Smith, Holy Cross, South Bend; Bea Warren, Michael Reese hospital school of nursing, Chicago; Sue liardy, Ball State, Muncie, Intl.; Marilyn Seils, Hackley hospital school of nursing, Muskegon; and Judy Timberg, St. Luke's hospital, Chicago. Not pictured are Kathy Mahony, St. Xavier's, Chicago, and Diana Johns, Michigan Stale university school of nursing, East Lansing. Nuptial Mass Is Sung Today Three Win Life Award At WSCS MRS. RICHARD J. KADKE, ,1R. 'Wee Miss Marltou Sink) (Redman Photo) Miss Marilou Sink and Richard J. Railkc, Jr., woi man-led this morning in a n u p t i a l Muss at St. John'? Catholic church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph R. Byrns sang the Mass. .The bride is (he d a u g h t e r of Mrs, Evelyn Harbin, 810 Columbus avenue, and the late John Sink. She was given in marriage by her brother, Ilichard J.' Sink. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Genevieve Radke, 965 McAlister avenue, and Ihe lale Richard R a d k e . The bride's gown of silk pcau feaUircd a scoop-necked bodice w|th long pointed sleeves. Alen- con lace oullined the bodice, accented with a wide hand at the midriff creating an empire effect. The skirl, with p a n i n r front, was pleated al the sides and ended in a chapel train. A jeweled half-hat held the bride's Ihrco-tirred bouffant veil of English illusion. She carried a cascade of while Cjttlyea orchids and stophano- tis; Mrs. Dale E. Quattrin was her sister's matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Ann Laurer of Chicago, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Ann Hermsn of Millburg, LILAC CHIFFON Their gowns were o( lilac chiffon styled with sleeveless bodices with floating back panels, draped cummerbunds and bouffant skirts. Picture half, of lilac chiffon over lilac peau de sole completed their attire. They carried nosegays of white carnations and pink sweetheart roses against white backgrounds. Eugene J. Serpc w a s best man. Usher* were Jerold W. Mathisen of Kast Lansing Frank M. (iualandi of Royn Oak, Wayne Jensen of Bento Harbor a n d John Keyset 1 o Kalama/oo. Two hundred guesls will b received this a f t e r n o o n in CLUBS · CHURCH · FAMILY · FASHION SCHOOL · HOME · SOCIETY round the clock ivith WOMEN Life membership pins were (resented to three members ami ifficers were installed Thursday Ihe Woman's Society ot J h r i s l i n n Service of the First ilelhodist church, St. Joseph. Mrs. Hiclinrd Turner was rc- ilecled president o( the group. Irs. Roland Bisscy is the new ice president; Mrs. Gordon i c h i m n n , life member; and Mrs. Gordon Adams is life member ind second vice president. Mrs. iruce Traxler was the oilier ectpient of a life membership. Others installed include Mrs. ·Mward Taylor, recording sccre- ary; Mrs. Toivo Piippa, Irons- irer. Secretaries installed include Irs. Scliiman and Mrs. Dale Crawford, promotion; Mrs. Wil- iiim Tower and Mrs. Alan iwnnson, missionary education; Mrs. Bruce Traxler, Christian social relations; Mrs. Waller A r c n d, spiritual life; M r s . I'homas Clark, children's work; Mrs. Keith Hayes, student work; Mrs. Merle Wallis, literature, and Mrs. Lincoln Larkin, supply. . · Circle chairmen will lie Mrs. Lawrence Klctt and Mrs. Gerald Smilh, MAM1K HAIRl); Mrs. Ira llaberle and Mrs. William Glcason, SYLVIA AI.DRICH and Mrs. Arthur Arend, K A I I M C1RCI.K. Hostesses for the politick luncheon were Mrs. llobcrt Kalin, llrs. Omar Ford, Mrs Ciiriylc dishing, Mrs. Hichnrt! Schoff, Mrs. Anthony Alii, Mrs James Holmes, and Mrs. Etlic Cui'tiss. Hose room of the Vincent tel. A f t e r a Florida wedding Iri) the couple will he at home a 762 Coif ax avenue. The bride is a graduate of S John's Catholic high school nml l.ako Michigan college and is employed by Neledu Advertising. Her husband was graduated from St. John's Catholic high school and Western Michigan university, where he was affiliated with Delia Sigma Phi f r a t e r n i t y . He is employed by Horkowski-Grosc Advertising, South Bend, Ind. Hou Kngel To End Regular Ministry Here Drive Will Open Sunday All Catholics in parishes o Ihe Lansing Diocese will be cal! I'd upon beginning tomorrow fo (heir a n n u a l Diocesan Develop meiil contribution. F c 11 o v parishioners w i l l be makin ioiisi visits in pairs. Money will he used for ger oral religions, charitable and so cial works including the cduca ion of seminarians, the opera lion of SI. Vincent's Home fo Dependent C h i l d r e n , a n apostolatc among migrant Me.\ cans and oilier Spanish-spcakin people in Ihe Diocese. H also w i l l help the varlpu conlors of Diocesan Charities newly erected regional lug schools and Hit 1 Confraternity o Christian Doctrines, and bu sites for needed new parishes Hon Kngol, will be concluding his regular ministry wilh the U n i t a r i a n Fellowship of Berrien County this Sunday al the worship service which begins at 10:30 a. in, in thr Covo of the YWCA, SI, Joseph. He is lo speak on (he topic, "A Short Course in Liberal The ology." The following Sunday, May 24, guest speaker will be Howard S Harris of Chicago, who ha served as bolh treasurer an president of the Board of Tru tecs of All Souls Unitaria church and held similar pos lions which will make him qua ficd to speak on social and civ rights. · Tonight Pastor Engel and h wife will be honored at a p luck dinner the Fellowship having at 7:30 o'clock at tl home o( Ihe Ted Millers, 41 Hopkins-Byers Rites Performed Yesterday The C ub Circuit Miss Nancy Dyers became Uic ride of Michael Hopkins Friday veiling in n ceremony perform- 1 in (he chapel of the First ongregatioiiiil church. Thellev. . Gardner Andersen was o f f i - i aling minister. I The bride is the daughter o f ; rs. Truman Johnston, 985 W a - i enii, St. Joseph, and the lale ick Byers. Mr. Johnston gnve ic bride away in the ceremony itnessed by the immediate imilics. Mr. and Mrs. Harold opkins, Houte Iwo, Benlon iarbor nre Ihe bridegroom's arenls. The bride wore a white eye- el colloii dress with long- lecved bodice lopping a lull, reel-length skirt. While taf- eln flowers with a veil created er headpiece. Her corsage was f while carnations mid yellow weelheart roses. Her matron of honor was her ister, Mrs. Don Anderson. She .·ore a green mid blue flornl n i n t gown with blue acces- ories including n blue veil. Her orsage was ot pink carnations. Don Anderson was best man mil the usher was Diehard Nelon, The reception for the families vas held in (he Johnston home. T h e couple will reside al Glen Aire t r a i l e r park in itevcusville. The bride was graduated fron Denlon Harbor high school and Jomuiunily college. Her husband attended Benlon Harboi ligh school and is employed by {EA Express. French Club Party Held Le Cerclc Francais of Benlon Harbor high school held its an :mal dinner in the school librar Tuesday. Following the dinner Marilyn Colin, club president served as mistress of ceremon es for a program which in eluded a play, "La Farce di Cuvier," one of the two oldes French plays extant. The story one of the eternal triangle between wife, husband, and molher-in-law, featured James Moffett, Sylvia Bnnkslon, and Mike Gulley. Featured in a comic style show presented by (he House of Julien Dorian "Dior" was Connie Eisner, lircnda liurns, Janie Bull, K a t h y Trux, Susan Roves, and Dallas Wiley. Mrs. Daniel Walther of the Be.iton Harbor high school faculty gave an amusing account of her experiences in France as a teenager lo complete the program. Lynn Carlson and Linda Becker handled decorations for the event and Tom Cannell furnished the French cafe musical background. The May meeting of "ST, JOSEPH POLICETTES was held at the home of Mrs. Edwin Barrick, 512 Winchester avenue, St. Joseph. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Edgar Milnikel and Mrs. Tom Cooper. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Vincent Zabratanski and Mrs. Edgar Milnikel. The next meeting be at the home of Mrs. David Agay, Winchester avenue, St. Joseph. · * * Membership Chapter N i g h t was observed by WOMEN OF THE MOOSE at the Moose home, Wall street, Thursday evening. Committee chairmen presented cales" to " H o r i z o n Certifi- their co-workers for work they had done on projects during the year. Miss Elnora Fitzcharles offered piano selections. Mrs. Gordon Street was the evening's prize recipient. In charge of refreshments were Mrs. Earl Clark, Mrs. Luke Bakka and Mrs. Tom Tomsheck. The next meeting will be May 28 at 8 p.m. at the Moose home. * * * Financial aid lo the medical mission in Northern Rhodesia was voted by the GOOD SHEP HERD LADIES BIBLE HOUR, meeting recently in Fellowship hall. The group also will make medical dressings for the center. The Rev. W. J. Zarling reported on the World Mission program, started in 1892 among the Apache Indians in Arizona among whom the Rev. Zarling served for several years. The mission work spread abroad, and in 1949 work was started in (Nee MRS. MICHAEL HOPKINS Nancy Byers) In making Yorkshire Pudding, be sure to have (he beef drippings in the pan very hot before Valley View Drive, St. Joseph.'adding lh« pudding baiter, North Rhodesia and In 1957 in Tokyo. Mrs. Dean 'Myers and Mrs. Elmer Stefan were name.d delegates lo the National Lutheran Women's Missionary Society organization meeting to be held June 27 in Winona, Minn. Mrs. Zarling received the evening prize and Mrs. John Sovii ind Miss Frieda Draegcr were lostesses. Election of o f f i c e r s - i s slated for the June 9 meeting. OPPORTUNITY CLUB members making the trip to Sturgis Tuesday will meet at 8:45 a.m. for a bus at the YWCA, St. Joseph, and at the same ho.ur at the Benton Harbor bus station. UCP Officers Are Re-Elected All officers of the United Cerebral P a 1 s c y Association of Berrien County, Inc., were retained Thursday night. The annual election was held in connection with the year's final meeting in the Orthopedic room at Seely McCord school. The officers are: Harry Miller of Niles, president; Mrs. Elmer Steinke, Benlon Harbor, vice president; Mrs. Egar Corning, Niles, secretary; -.and Mrs. Joyce Pierce, Benton Harbor, treasurer. Movits of children in the local orthopedic room were shown by Physical Therapist Mrs. Luther May, and there was a talk by the teacher of the Orthopedic room, Mrs. Donna M. Blair. OPENING SOON! eiames At Fairplain Plaza Full Time and Part. Time Sfdes Positions Open Apply At The Store In Person Tucs., May 19-- Wed., May 20 1 P. M. to 5 P. M. Miss Betty Kestcrke Sales Manager FOR BEST RESULTS TRY CLASSIFIED ADS We can't repeat it I often enough! BIGELOW is ainotig the BEST! Carpetry by Bigelow is the basic slructure of Luxurious Living. Let us show you it's finett points Let us install it in the manner it so justly deserves. Custom Floors Sales and Installation Brrrlm lprl««» - ffeM » f«r "§»·» M Niw Phtui 4M-M14

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The News-Palladium
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free