Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 7, 1965 · Page 7
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, May 7, 1965
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The World of Women FRIDAY, MAY 7,1965. SEVEN Odd Fellows Lodge to Note Two Anniversaries Saturday The Ironwood Odd Fe 11 o ws Lodge will celebrate with the L i 1 y of the V a 11 e. y Rebekah Lodge the 77th anniversary of lie Local Odd Fellows unit and tie 146th anniversary of the 5 r a n d Lodge of the State of Michigan Saturday, May 8. An anniversary dinner will be lerved by the Rebekah Lodge DR. N. COPELAND ft ft ft Missionary Doctor To Speak Saturday Norman Copeland, M.D, will be the speaker at the First Baptist Church Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Copeland of Superior was graduated from Superior State University. He entered the U.S. Army the day before P e a rl Harbor, serving in New Guinea and later in the Philippine Islands. He took a year of studies at Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, before entering Marquette Medical School, Milwaukee, where he received his M.D. degree. He was appointed by the Bapt i s t General Conference for missionary service in Ethiopia; and flew to that country following internship and residence at St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth. Mrs. Copeland is a native of Canada and attended the Christian Training Institute at Edmonton for two years and then took nurses training at the Royal Alexandria Hospital, Edmonton. Further specialized training in anesthesia was taken in Chicago. She went to Ethiopia in 1952 and later met Dr. Copeland They married in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, in 1954 Dr. Copeland served at t h e Door of Life Hospital in Ambo for a time, and moved to an area called Bocoggi where he ran the clinic-dispensary, including some surgery. Besides his medical du ties, he has served as chairman of the medical committee of the field council, and also as a mem her of the property committee He has taught Sunday S c h o o and other Bible classes, as wel as serving in an advisory ca pacity for the local chu r c h Mrs. Copeland has also taken an active part in the medical work besides the many duties In volved with the home and fami ly. They have completed two five-year terms of mission a r y service in Ethopia. The public is invited to thi special missionary service. Wright 1945 Class Will Meet Monday The L. L. Wright High Schoo class of 1945 will hold a specia meeting in regard to the clas reunion at the St. James Hote Monday night, May 10 at 7. Dally Globe classifieds get result* ONLY 1 CALORIE PER 6 OZ. SERVING Buy A 6-Pack Today AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Coca-Cola Bottling Co, Irenwood & Ashland Women's League Opens Season The Women's Golf League of he Gogebic opened its Country Club season with a mystery hole tournament Wednesday. Winners were Marian Mack and Ingrid Greer; N o n y iloon and Ingrid Greer had low net scores, and Vivian Ketola had low score for the day. On Wednesday, May 12, lunch* eon will start at 12:30 with a throw out tournament following ;he luncheon. All interested golfers are asked to contact, Mrs. C1 o o n, phone 932-5123, or Mrs. Ketola, 3hone 932-3835. to all Odd Fellows and the i r wives and all Rebekahs and their husbands at 6 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Temple. The Rev. James Lumsden of the Newport and Wakefield Methodist Churches will be the guest speaker. Group singing and remarks by Mrs. Adelia Rowe, State Rebekah Assembly president, and Miss J. Peterson, noble grand of the local Rebekah Lodge, will follow. Christine Turunen and Li n da Murto, eighth grade students at Norrie School, will give their declamations, "My Son," H. Guldreth, and "the Night the Chimes Rang," R. M. Alden. Russell Slade, delegate of the United Nations Pilgrimage, will comment on the U. N. Tour. A social evening will follow the program. Church Events Grace Lutheran. Audrey, John and Laurel Erickson wilj sing with the choir at the 8 a.m. service Sunday. St. Lukes Lutheran. The Junior Confirmation Class will meet at 11 a.m. Saturday. Bruce Crossing—Bet h a n y Lutheran. The time of services and Sunday School will change May 9. The services will be at 9 and Sunday School meets at 10. Bruce Cross! n g—Apost o 1 i c Lutheran. The Sunday School's Mother's Day program will be held at 10, followed by services in English and Finnish and refreshments to be served in the church parlors. Iron Belt—Our Savior's Lutheran. A Mother's Day service will be held Sunday at 11. The Sunday School wil meet at 10. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. VIEWING CLUB ENTRY — Mrs. C. J. Crocker, Ontpnagon, president of the Upper Peninsula District Federation of Women's Clubs, is pictured with Mrs. G. A. Dahlen, left, and Mrs. Thomas Ketola, viewing the Ironwood Woman's Club entry in national competition which won an award of $500 at the State Federation meeting last week at Kalamazoo. Mrs. Dahlen, chairman of the education department of the club, prepared the entry, and Mrs. Ketola, president of the Ironwood club, received the award at the state meeting. (Daily Globe Photo) Club Activities The Knights and Ladies of Kaleva are sponsoring a h a m and meat loaf dinner Sund a y, May 9, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the Kaleva Hall. The public is invited. The Ironwood Business and Professional Women's Club will have a dinner meeting M o nday, May 10, at 6:30 at the St. James Hotel. Standing reservations are in order and cancelations - are to be made with Miss Irene Mattson by tonight. Aurora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Tuesday night at 7:45 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Gogebic Range Jaycettes will hold a bake sale Saturday starting at 11 a.m. at Montgomery Ward's Store. All members are asked to have their baked goods at the store by 10 a.m. Program Presented by NMU Students Is Enjoyed by Club Saturday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE Interesting way to use economical ground beef. Skillet beef and cornbread, creamed spinach, salad bowl, ice cream sundaes, beverage. SKILLET BEEF AND CORNBREAD 1 tablespoon shortening 1 pound lean ground beef Vz cup chopped onion 1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce 2 tablespoons minced parsley 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce % teaspoon salt and V* tea* spoon pepper 6 onion rings, V4-inch thick Cornbread Batter In a 10-inch skillet (with a heat resistant handle) over moderate heat, melt the shortening; add beef and onion; crumble meat with a fork until it loses its red color. Add tomato sauce, parsley, Worcestershire, salt and pepper; simmer while preparing cornbread batter. Push meat mixture aside; arrange onion rings in bottom of skillet; cover with meat. Pour cornbread batter over meat mixture. Bake, uncovered, in hot (425 degrees) oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until cornbread batter is baked through. Invert on a platter; serve at once. CORNBREAD BATTER: Into a mixing bowl, sift together 1 cup each sifted flour and enriched cornmeal, 1 tablespoon baking powder", 1 teaspoon dry mustard and y 2 teaspoon salt. Add 1 egg, 1V4 cups milk and Vt cup soft shortening. Beat until smooth—about 1 minute. When you are deep-fat frying batter-covered shrimp, use a temperature of 375 degrees. YOU'LL FEEL RADIANT... Our hair styles add sparkle to your personality, glamour to your costume. Call us soonl STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor Sylvia Ranta DIAL 932-3302 . . . GIVE HER FANNY FARMER CANDIES (GIFT BOXED ESPECALLY FOR MOTHER'S DAY) deary's Milk 2 „.?,•£.. 70c Len's Dairy Store W. Awreta M. henweei k»h. I32-9I2S Women Enjoy Film Shown at Meeting Twenty-six members attended the May meeting of the Altar Society of Holy Trinity Catholic Church Wednesday night in the church hall. The film and sound track of the "Clothing Ceremony of Our Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres" was enjoyed by the group. Reports were given by the following women who attended the Marquette Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Convention at Iron Mountain May 1 and 2: Mrs. John DaPra, Cause of Bishop Baraga; Mrs. Ruth Pyyk- konen, Catholic Truth and Cooperating With Confraternity of Christian Doctrine; Mrs. Mary Mioni, address given by Miss Peggy Roach, social action division, National Council of Catholic Women, Washington, D. C., and speech given by Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. O'Neill D'Amour, entitled "Importance of the Lay Person in Catholic Education; Mrs. John Mukavitz, "Spiritual Development and Public Relations, and Mrs. Joseph Smollar, Organization and Development and Libraries and Literature. Mrs. Helen Jackson gave a general summary of the convention. St. Theresa Circle mem b e r s were hostesses for the evening. Mrs. Ann kovales, chairman, was assisted by Mrs. Char 1 e s Kapets Sr. and Mrs. Virginia Stano. Special Service For Mother's Day A Mother's Day service will be held at the Assembly of God Church Sunday night at 7. Pastor N. L. Shotwell will speak on the subject "Keepers of the Home' and the following program will be given: Mother's Day song and prayer; Beatitudes for Women, June Wiikus; Tribute to Daughters, Mrs. Ragnar Johnson; Tribute to Mothers, Marlene Johnson; song, "No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus," Lynn Wasley; tribute to Grandmothers, Kathleen Sievila; piano solo, Marlene Johnson; poem in memoriam, Christine Sievila; Mother's Day song, Mrs. Alfred Liljestrom and Mrs. Martha Patterson ; recognition of hon o r e d mothers; message, Pastor Shotwell; benediction. After the service a mother and daughter tea will be held in fellowship hall. The mothers will also be recognized at the morning service and a special prayer will be offered. Pastor Shotwell's theme. for the morning service is "Fear of the Loss of Love." The best in music was presented by talented student arti s t s from Northern Michigan University under the direction of Dr. Harold Wright, chairman of the university's Department of Music, at the program meeting of-the Ironwood Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon. The fine music program, which included an instrumentalist, a string quartet and two vocalists, was enthusiastically acclaimed by the audience. The excellent training these students are receiving from Dr. Wright was evidenced by their outstanding individual performances. First Concertino, Georges Guildhaud — Moderate, Andante, Allegretto, was brilli a n 11 y played by Ray Pellisier, clarinet soloist. Dale Gayan, Bessemer, baritone soloist, magnificently sang "Romance" from Tannhauser, Richard Wagner, and "I Got Plenty of Nothing from Porgy and Bess, Gershwin. Sue Roeller, in a beautiful soprano voice, 'sang several select ions from "The Music Man," Meredith Wilson, and then she and Dale melded voices for a lovely duet. Dr. Wright's sparkling piano playing was a perfect accompaniment for the young performers. The catchy ryhthm of Quartet No. 6, m F Major (American). Anton Dvorak, was bri g h 11 y played by the string quar t e t whose members-are Kristine Fletcher, Jeffrey Wolf, violins, James Kangas, Trout Creek, viola, and Dr. Erik H. Shaar, member of staff of NMU music department, violoncello. The singing tone of the ensemble was eloquently pleasing, ft ft ft Mrs. G. A. Dahlen, education chairman, was highly commended by the club members for her diligent work in preparing and compiling the education program report entry that won the club a national award of $500 last week. The club, in winning this award, was honored for its student loan and scholarship programs and its support of other educational projects. The club also this year was recorded the highest honor given by the Michigan State Federation of Women's Club. The Ironwood Club was named the oustanding club (with more than 100 members) in the state organization. This selection is judged on the work being done by a club in the General State and District Federation p r o- grams and service to the local community. Mrs. C. J. Crooker, Ontonagon, district president, was present at Tuesday's meeting to congratulate the club members for the fine recognition they brought to the Upper Peninsula at the recent state convention. The club also received congratulatory letters from the Bessemer Womans Club and the Ironwood Chamber of Commerce. Tuesday's meeting open e d with a memorial tribute by Mrs. Ralph Allender for Mrs. George F. Coons", Mrs. H. J. Kronlund and Mrs. G. P. Wing. In memory of Mrs. Kronlund, "The Book of Festival Holidays" by Marguerite Ickis has been placed in the Carnegie Library by the Club. The book i; a rich guide to participation in festivals which have formed an integral part of American culture. In memory of Mrs. Wing the club selected "The Oxf o r d History of American Peo pie," which is written by America's most distinguished historian, Samuel Eliot Morison. This history which was the sweep of a novel, traces the major strands in America's history from prehistoric man to the assassination of President J. F. Kennedy. ft ft ft In business, Mrs. Charles Santini was appointed to fill an un- expired term on the board of managers. Mrs. Emil Lei n o and Mrs. Ed Tousignant Jr. were elected delegates to attend ,he fall district convention at Escanaba. Mrs. Joseph Kangery, who will be attending the General Federation of Women's Club Convention in New Orleans in June, was appointed the club's delegate to this internat i o n a 1 meeting. The club also adoptee the resolution which was presented by Mrs. Elbin Strom, district legislative chairm a n, and which asks for congressional action for public acquisition of the Sylvania Tract in Waters meet Township. The club also voted to endorse the separate county-wide community college proposal and made a monetary contribution for the advertising fund. It was also announcec that Mrs. E. A. Manthey and Mrs. A. J. Wagner had been reappointed to six year terms on the club's student loan board. Mrs. William B. McDonald past president, conducted the installation of the new officers Officers installed were: Mrs Leino, recording secreta r y ; Mrs. Stanley Wyzlic, publicity secretary; Mrs. John T. Ben netts, treasurer, Mrs. Dahlen Mrs. Santini, Mrs. Tousignan' and Mrs. Fred Turcotte, direc tors. Speaking ,to the women on Tuesday on the Sylvania devel opment were Roy Ahonen, own er-manager of Ahonen Lumber Co., and John Wernham, Ottaw< Forest supervisor. Jack McKen zie, Marenisco, manager Kimberly-Clark there, presented pertinent information on the col lege proposal. Guests at the program weri Patrice Arasim and Julia Impo la, winners of the club's musii campership awards at NMU thii summer, and Edwin Quistorf and Kenneth Wiele, Luther L Wright music department teach ers. Club women from Besse mer, Wakefield and White Pin were also present, ft ft ft A beautiful tea closed the Rent Electric Carpet Shompooer FOR ONLY $1 Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save bif with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at GERTZ FURNITURE CO. 212 I. Aurora, Dial 932-1310 day's program and the season' activities. Mrs. George W. John son and Mrs. Alfred Soetebie were co-chairmen for 'the tea and they were assisted by an appointed committee. The at tractive May poles center ing the tea tables were arranged b; Mrs. Fred Cerioni. Pouring were Mrs. William L. Burns, Mrs Edwin J. Johnson, Mrs. Man they and Mrs. Fred Michetti. The clubrooms were artistical ly arranged with appleblossoms Pert daffodils centered the indi vidual tables. The decorative ar rangements were made by Mrs Clyde Holmberg, Mrs. Jerry Elsemore, Mrs. Ellen Erics on Mrs. Elmer Jacobson and Mrs Emil Vukovich. The hospitality committee included Mrs. J o h i Hedin, Mrs. August Jarvi and Mrs. Ralph Mickelson. When you are serving stuff e d celery as an hors d'oeuvre, havi a plate of unfilled celery wedg es on hand for those diet watch ers. Disaster Relief Appeal Slated 'The time to prepare for disaster is now," said Pastor L. A. Bierlien of the Seventh-day Ad- dentist Church, in announci n g he will direct an appeal for unds from his congregation to mplement the church's world diaster relief program Saturday, May 8. Last year Seventh-day Adventist Welfare Ser vices (SAWS) sent more than two million dollars worth of s u p - ilies to 36 overseas countri e s, Pastor Bierlien reported. M e m- jers in North America contributed more than $200,000 in] cash to this program in addition to materials. "A solid program of diaster- preparedness is the only way to quickly alleviate tragedy in the event of sudden storm or flood loss, the pastor said. "Our church, through its centraliz e d welfare agency, SAWS, and its network of 2,762 welfare centers and units, conducts such a program. Last year SAWS appropriated funds for the following emergency situations: Floods in Viet Nam, Brazil and the U.S.; famines in Transvaal, Africa; typhoon in Mindanao and acute hardships for Sudanese, Pakistani and Watutsi refugees. Relief went out in the form of clothing, bedding, food, medical supplies and CARE packag e s. The four major recipients of supplies were the countries of Korea, Philippines, India and Chile. If diaster should strike Ironwood, the Adventist Church stands ready to assist the community, according to Past o r Bierlien. The church operat e s a well equipped health and welfare center at 700 E. Florence St. Last year more than 1,410 persons received material aid at the center. Dear Ann Landers: I have an aunt who is very fat. She Is also very rich. Her husband owns half the lumber in North Carolina. This fat aunt came to visit us a few days ago. I know it was a dumb thing to do but I accidently left my ukelele on a chair in the living room. Well, this fat aunt goes and sits right down on my uke and smashes it in a hundred pieces. She didn't say one word about buying me a new uke. All she could talk about was how Kids today dont take care of their things and how the sound of that collapsing ukelele almost gave her heart failure. I think it was mighty cheap of my aunt not to offer to buy me a new ukelele. She could buy me a whole store full of ukes and not miss the money. Please tell me what you think about this, and if you can help me in any way I would appreciate it a whole lot. —FORMER OWNER OF A UKELELE Dear Former Owner: I agree with your aunt that you should not have left the uke on the chair, but then people should pay some attention to where they sit. There might have been a darning needle, scissors, or a smal child on that chair. This column appears in many cities in North Carolina. Lets hope Auntie sees your letter and comes through with a new uke lele. ravel brochure? You sound as umb as the girls who wrote. call it the crippled leading the lind.—FREE AND HAPPY Dear Free: You sound like uch a sweet, adorable g u y cant understand why YOU re still single. Maybe its be- ause the women in your home own all know you. Why don't own all know you. Why dont YOU take a vacation, Bub? ft * ft Dear Ann Landers: We have nown this couple for sever a 1 ears. They are the kind who re so lovey-dovey on Monday ou could throw up. On Tuesday ou hear that "Lovey" gave "Dovey" a black eye and that he has moved in with her mother. Now that you have the back- Around, here is the question: This couple has a habit of light- ng cigarets for each other. For example, she lights two cigarets at one time, placing both cigar- ets between her lips. She then akes one cigaret and places it between his lips. I'm sure they think this creates the image of 'togetherness." To me it looks :heap and unappetizing. How does it look to you?—JUST INQUIRING Dear Just: Cheap and unappetizing. •h ft ft Dear Ann Landers: Your ad vice to the three career girl who were planning a vacation together to "split up" and "avoid hunting in packs," was as dumb a piece of counsel as I have ever read. I am a bachelor 50»years o age. The idea that any g i r (alone or with friends) could snag a husband while on a vaca tion is insane. Any man who ha the brains he was born with knows he can't tell anything about a woman unless he see her in her home environment. A man wants to know abou a woman's cooking. He want to see what her apartment o home looks like. He wants t know about her reputation. He i interested in the way she treat her mother and father. Thes things cannot be learned on a vacation. Where did you get THAT piece of advice, Ann? Out of ft * Confidential to TRIAL BY TRYING: What he is suggesting is that you loan yourself out for 30 days like a dishwasher. Don't do it. ft ft ft Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of thi! newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field Enterprises, Jtoe. Births McNitt. Mr. and Mrs. David McNitt, Royal Oak, a son, Mark Joseph, May 1. Mrs. McNitt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Bulinski, Lake Avenue, and Mr. McNitt is the son of Mrs. Marjorie McNitt, Tucson, Ariz. Seppamaki. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Seppamaki, Bruce Crossing, a son, May 6 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Kickbusch. Mr. and Mrs. William Kickbusch, Ironwood, a daughter, May 6 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Dinner Sunday At Country Club A special Mother's Day dinner will be served at the Gogebic Country Club Sunday, May 9, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. For reservations, call Mrs. Betty Kolesar at 932-1121. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beckman, 228 Norrie St., left today for Wheeling, 111., to spend Mother's Day with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Berg, and grandchildren, Christine Tere s e and Donald LeRoy. Treat Mom to Dinner at the BIG WHEEL... on Her Day! This Mother's Day give Mother a real treat . . . take her out for dinner, here. Fine foods elegantly prepared and served in a' pleasing atmosphere. Mother's Day Surprise Gift... We're giving a Floral Corsage to iVte First 20 Mothers Attending Mother's Day Dinner. For Reservations dial 229-S544 Your Favorite Wines—Beer—Mixed Drinks The BIG WHEEL Located in the Wakefield Ski Lodge ^Open from 11 a.m. on Sundays Weekdayt open at 4 j Dorcas to Sponsor Mother's Program The Dorcas Society of Bethany Covenant Church is sponsoring a Mother's Day prog ram beginning with a pla n n ed potluck' lunch at 5:30. The program to follow the lunch includes these numbers: Welcome, Mrs. Luther Anderson, president of the Dorcas Society; song, "Faith of Our Mothers," all; Scripture reading and prayer, Mrs. He n r y Hagstrom; song, primary and junior girls; reading, Greta Swanson; piano solo, Mar y Sorenson; Tribute to Mothers, Barbara Thomas; Tribute to Daughters, Mrs. George Thomas; talk, Mrs. Ralph Dirksen; selection, "A Tribute to Mother," Women's Chorus; presentation of gifts; song in unUon; benediction, the Rev. Ralph Dirksen. The lunch and program are open to all, not only mothers and daughters. MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL TOASTED PECAN SUNDAE CRYSTAL DAIRY STORE Silver St., Hurley, 561-9910 Give MOM A Box of GARROTT'S CANDY this Mother's day PECAN SNACKS only 1.85 ASS'T CHOCOLATES . . . only 1.50 LUXURY ASS'T Only 1.90 1 POUND BOXES . . . 2.00 & 2.15 2 POUND BOXES * . 2.95 & 4.00 HAMACHEK'S STORE Across the Street from the Like Superior 'District Power CON Iroawood

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