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The World of Women SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1965. SEVEN Bowling League Holds Banquet The Iron County W o m e n's Bowling League held its annual banquet at Bella & Bruno's, Iron Belt. Twenty-nine members and three guests were in attendance. After the banquet, prizes were distributed as follows: Teams—Johnson's, 84 points; Stragglers, 75; Fiesta, 72; B&K Bar, 65; Meyer's 32; Cramblit's S2. High three games — J o h n- aon's, 2257; Stragglers, 2244; B&K, 2185. High One Game—Stragg 1 e r s, 850; Johnson's, 810; B&K, 800. Individual High One Game- Mary Ann Bowman, 214; Mabel Johnson, 213; Adeline Cvengros, 213; Ann Mizgala, 202; Betty Ann Traczyk, 200; lone Matusewic, 200; Frances Risku, 194; Angeline DiUlio, 191. Individual High Three Games— Mablc Johnson, 535; Mary Ann Bowman, 534; Adeline Cvengros, 527; Ann Mizgala, 511! Betty Kessler, 503; Betty Ann Traczyk, 501. Averages— Mary Ann B o w man, 152.28; Mable Johnson, 148; Betty Ann Traczyk, 145.64; Ann Mizgala, 144.80; Betty Kessler, 141.80; lone Matusewic, 140.73. Perfect attendance—Mary Ann Ransanicl, Sandra Secor, Toni Wesa, June Zawlocki, Luci 11 e Prosek, Ann Keranen, Ann Meyer, Oddities—Janet Dahlin, Mary Ann Ransaninci, Frances Ellis, Stella Bristol, Mabel J o h n- son. Greatest increase in aver age after 21 games—Ann Keranen, 13 points, WIBC Achievem e n t award. Arm chevrons to first pi a c e team—Mabel Johnson, captain; Cora Calvetti, lone Matusew i c, June Zawlocki and Sandra Secor. Mable Johnson, out-g o i n g president, was presented with a gift from the group. Officers for the 1965-66 season are the following: President, Ann Mizgala; vice president, Helen Barto; sec r e tary, June Zawlocki; treasurer, lone Matusewic; sergeant-at arms, Lucy Hautanen. Ann Meyer had served the league as secretary for 13 year but declined the position year. this Patrice Arasim, Julia Impola Receive Music Scholarships COMFORT IN TWO PARTS— Simply tailored sleeveless blouse and culottes add up to a comfortable ensemble for the not-so-tall woman. No. 8183 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12y a , 16V 2 , 20V2, 221/z, 241/2, 26J/2. Bust 33 to 47. Size 14M>, 35 bust, blouse no sleeves, Wz yards of 45-inch; culottes, 3 yards. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Exciting, inspiring, informative — the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just 50c. Mother-Daughter Tea At Salem Tuesday A mother-daughter tea sponsored by the Salem Lut h e ran Church Women will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the church parlors. The general chairman for the event is Mrs. Gunnar Lorenson. The following circles will have charge of arrangements: Program, Martha Guild; decorations, Phoebe Guild; dining room and serving, Prise ilia Guild; refreshments, Rebec c a Guild; clean-up committee, Rachael and Naomi Guilds. Ticket reservations may be made by calling the guild leader or the Salem church office. All mothers, daughters and friends are invited. Family Service at First Presbyterian A family worship service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at t h e regular time. The service will emphasize the traditional Mother's Day theme as well as National Family Sunday. The Westminster Youth Choir under the direction of Miss Ruth Healy, will sing t he anthem, "God, We Thank Thee for Thy Saints." The Adult Choir, under the direction of Carl Mockross, will also sing an anthem. Miss Elizabeth Holemo, church organist, will present a period of organ meditations a quarter hour before the time of service. ; The minister, the Rev. Ken-' neth F. Moreland, will preach! the morning sermon on t h e ] theme: "Faith and Life for Church and Home." Parents of Church Sc h o o 1 Tea to Be Held At St. Ambrose The St. Ambrose Guild w 111 sponsor a mother and daughter tea Saturday, May 15, at 2 p.m. at the St. Ambrose Parish hall. Mrs. James Brown, progr a m chairman, has arranged a program to be presented at 2:30. Following the program lunch will be served by the Mot her Cabrini and St. Philomena Circles with Mrs. Eugene Jacquart, Mrs. R. C. Bohne and Mrs. Robert Jacquart chairman, assisted by the following: Miss Car o 1 yn Wurl, Miss Mary Hayes, Miss Dorothy Mullen, Miss Lore 11 a Sanders, Miss Catherine Canfield, Miss Mayme Urquhart, Mrs. Roderick Erickson, Mrs. Eugene Halvorson, Mrs. Lola Levandoski, Mrs. Eugene Alessandroni, Mrs. Pia Zinarella, Mrs. Giles Barlow, Mrs. John Novak, Mrs. P. J. Nickel Jr., Miss Ida Nicholls, Mrs. P. J. Murphy, Miss Patricia McKevitt, Miss Mary McCabe, Mrs. Russell Lonsway, Mrs. Hen r y LeGeault. Miss Agnes Leahy, Miss Marie Trier, Mrs. George Kahara, Mrs. Louella Trier, Mrs. Anna Mae Strand, Mrs. Allen Shaw, Mrs. Ray Reyns, Mrs. George DeM a r i o, Miss Marga ret Barnes, Mrs. T. J. Landers, Mrs. Charles Santinl, Mrs. F. J. Santini, Mrs. Lilio Sant i n i, Mrs. Thomas Rigoni. Mrs. Omero Rigoni, Mrs. Dominic C. Rigoni, Mrs. Domenic Rigoni, Mrs. Chris Rigoni, Mrs. Arnold Rigoni, Mrs. Anthony F. Rigoni, Mrs. Arthur Fertile, Mrs. Bruno Fertile, Mrs. Dennis Fertile, Mrs. Medio Fertile, Mrs. Ravin o n d Fertile, Mrs. Al Parent Mrs. Louis Paoli, Mrs. P. J. Nickel Sr., Mrs. Ernest Milner, Mrs. Hector McMullen, Mrs John McManman, Mrs. Leonarc McManman, Mrs. T. L. McKevitt, Mrs. Bernard McKevitt Mrs. Carrie McKay, Mrs. Belmont McKay, Mrs. Andrew Me Iver. Mrs. David McDonald, Mrs Grant McCullough, Mrs. Frank Mayer, Mrs. Joseph Marchetti Mrs. Willarti Maki, Mrs. Allison Lord, Mrs. Louis Lopez, Mrs Thomas Lauzon, Mrs. Joseph Lauzon Jr., Mrs. Joseph Lauzon Sr., Mrs. John Lauzon, Mrs. Wil liam King, Mrs. John Luk a s Mrs. Charles Lorenson, Mrs Robert Lindroth, Mrs. Peter La Forge, Mrs. Philip Kapets, Miss Lillian Lesselyong, Mrs. Joseph Jacquart, Mrs. Oscar Stra n d Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Law r e n c e Smith, Mrs. Glen Jac quart, Mrs. A. J. Wagner, Mrs Louis Jacquart, Mrs. Elmer Jacobson, Mrs. Gordon Her mes, Mrs. Russell Harrington Mrs. Robert R. Wright, Mrs Lawrence Weis and Mrs. Joseph Kangery. Mrs. Elbin Strom guild presi dent, extends an invitation to al mothers and daughters to at tand. Patrice Arasim and J u 11 a tiripola are the recipients of the two new music scholar ships awarded by the Ironwood Woman's Club to attend Summer Music Camp at Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Aug. 2 through Aug. 7. Miss Arasim is a junior at L. L. Wright High School With music instruction under the direction of Edwin Quistorff, chor al music director. She 'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arasim, 130 N. Mansfield St She is active in Summer Theatre, church choir, and plans to Newport PTA to Meet on Tuesday The Newport Parent-Teacher Association will have its May meeting Tuesday night at 8. The xecutlve board will meet at :30 in the music room. The results of the Iowa Basic Tests will be given. Teachers will be available for consulta- ions with parents. There will be installation of of- Icers and the program will include declamations by Barbara Bailer, Patrice Arasim and Ilark Wangaard; a sophomore ;rio—Christine Kolesar, Margie Rigoni and Barbara Bailer, will sing and the junior trio—Christine Anderson, Patrice Arasim and Roberta Bolish will also sing. Lunch will be served by,th e mothers of first grade children with Mrs. Clifford Koivisto as chairman. Sunday Tea By CECILY BROWNSTONE This cake always seems to at tract cooks—and tasters! Assorted sandwiches, orange Club Activities The Knights and Ladies of Ka leva are sponsoring a ham and meat loaf dinner at the Kaleva Hall Sunday from 12 noon to 2 p.m. The public is invited. A Mother's Day dinner w i 1 be served at the Gogebic Coun try Club Sunday from 12 noon tc 3 p.m. Reservations are to b made with Mrs. Betty Kolesar phone 932-1121. The Iron County Garden Clu will meet Monday night at 7:3 at the Iron County Memo r i a Building. The Gary Elementary Parent Teacher Association will m e e Monday night at 7:30. Member of the May hostess committe are Mrs. Roy Ilminen, chair man, and Mrs. Eugene Pelkola The Blue Knights Drum a n Bugle Corps will sponsor a danc tonight at the Ironwood Nationa Guard Armory from 8:30 t 11:30. The Piave Society will have major in music at Michigan itate University upon her raduation from high school Her xtra-curricular activities are unior co-editor of the Hematite, Girls Athletic Association, Pep Hub, forensics, French Club and early participation in the Solo nd Ensemble Festival in Ash- and. Miss Impola was awarded the iand scholarship. She is a sophomore at the same high scho o 1 with music, instruction under the direction of Kenneth w i e l e , band director. Julia is the daugh- er of Waif red Impola, 852 Sun- et Road. She is a member of he school band. Her extra-cur- icular activities are debate, Pep 31ub and Girls Athletic Association and yearly participat i o n n the Solo and Ensemble Festl- al at Marquette. The winners were selected fol* owing an audition in the Little Theatre Room at the high school Thursday, April 22. The music performed was approved by the ndivldual students instru c t o r with music committed to memory. The judges were Mrs. Ivan D. Wright, Mrs. Michael Albert and E. G. Stiles, grade school Dand director. The scholarship provides six days of instruction at the Summer Music Camp at NMU under ;he direction of Dr. Harold E. Wright. In addition the stud e n t will have access to the various recreational facilities of the University and will have the opportunity to meet other music students from the Upper Peninsula and the surrounding area. Christine Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David R. Anderson, 527 Margaret St., is the alternate for the choral scholarship and Joel Lahti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tauno Lah t i, 950 N. Hemlock St., is the band scholarship alternate. ^f ^f ^ The scholarships are made possible because of the concerted efforts of the members of the Woman's Club education program. The following worn e n have provided the funds for these scholarships through a volunteer project of making b o o k- marks; Mrs. Fred Bentilla, Mrs. Jack Nelmark, Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs. John Fassino, Mrs. Walter Oksa, Mrs. Sigurd Holemo, Mrs. Stanley Wyzlic, Mrs. Gordon Williams and Mrs. G.A. Dahlen. Other members of the education department are Mrs. Ralph C. Bohne, Mrs. R. Ernest Dear, Mrs. Carl E. Forslund, Mrs. Thomas Jeffery, Mrs. Gun nar Lorenson, Mrs. Louis J. Paoli. Mrs. Charles Santini, Mrs. Jacob Solin, Mrs. Fred Turcotte, Mrs. A. J. Wagner, Mrs. Alfred ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Nordine, Bergland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn M., to Russell L. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey, also of Bergland. Mr. Bailey will be a June graduate of Northern Michigan University, Marquette, where his bride-elect is a junior. While at Northern Mr. Bailey affiliated with Delta Omega Nu, a local social fraternity, and Miss Nordine affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta, national social sorority. An August wedding is being planned by the couple. (Lee's Studio Photo) Ann Landers ... Answers Your Problems. Junior Women To Meet Tuesday The Junior Women's Club wi have a meeting Tuesday night at 8 in the Ironwood Memorial Building clubrooms. The executive board will meet at 7:30. Plans for the spring taanqu e t will be discussed. Lunch will be served by a committee. Dear Ann Landers: Yesterday I told my daughter, who is 12 years old, that she must learn to iron her own blouses and skirts. Her reply was, "It is your duty as a mother to keep house and take care of your family. Part of the housekeeping Js the washing and ironing." Maurine Isn't a spoiled child. She has never been one to sass me. Her grades are very good and everyone remarks on how bright she is. I did not answer her because I didn't know what to say. I would hate to have my family feel that I am not doing my duty. Is Maurine right? If she is wrong please explain where her reasoning breaks d o w n.— PERPLEXED MOTHER Dear Perplexed: It is a mother's duty to take care of her family. And part of "taking care" of children means teaching them to be self-sufficient and training them to take care of themselves. A mother isn't doing her children a favor when she allo w s then to grow up with no household skills. A girl who can't cook, iron, clean, and sew hems and buttons is severely handicapped. I feel sorry for a young man w h o selects such a girl for his wife. And I feel even sorrier for the girl because learning these skills after marriage can be extremely difficult. A * a Dear Ann Landers: I am writ- | children will be asked to pre-reg- sp0 nge cake tea to i ister their children for the Daily Add lots of lemon juice mashed avocado to use as a Vacation Bible School to be held dip; the- lemon juice helps to Jointly with Bethany Coven a nt keep the avocado from turni n g I and Wesley Methodist Churches dark. For W. WALL TILES BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy Aurora Di. 932-3676 June 7-18. Sunday night at 8 the Three: M Club members will be guests! of the Couples Club for a pro-! gram in the church parlors. • DR. AA. A. GERTZ WILL REOPEN HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE ON MONDAY, MAY 10 We "Salute" All Mothers... MOTHERS KNOW BEST When mother ,ay,: "Drink/|?r Milk" follow her I Ir \ \ " « / * N good advicel \ " ^i? W " *t v , X* ' \ ''J \., K* M ^' v * "Quality Controlled from Dairy Farm to You" Brookvale's Grade "A" Milk AT YOUR DOOR - AT YOUR STORE ' Brookvale Dairy A Quality Line of Pasteurized Products •t* I DQA I JLAA Pleasing Our Customer's Taste UMI T<9/* I OvV for Good Milk for Over 40 Years ORANGE SPONGE CAKE 5 large eggs, separated l teaspoon cream of tartar 1/2 teaspoon salt Va cup orange juice 1 cup sugar 1 cup sifted cake flour l'/ 2 teaspoons grated orange rind 1 teaspoon vanilla Beat egg whites until foamy; add cream of tartar and .salt; beat until whites hold straight stiff peaks. Add orange juice and sugar to yolks; without washing beater, beat until pale yellow and thickened; add Hour; beat gently running spatula around sides of bowl a few times if necessary, just until blended. Stir in orange rind and vanilla. Fold in beaten whites. Turn into a 9 by 3 inch ungreased angel- food cake pan. Cut through batter to break air pockets. Bake in a slow (325 degrees) oven for 1 hour. Invert pan and allow cake to cool. Loosen with spatula and ease out. special meeting Sunday morning at 9:30 at the Piave Park. The Parkway Home Extension Study Group will meet at the Norrie School Tuesday, May 11 The Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet Monday evening at 8 at the clubrooms. Plans will be made for Memorial Day activities and the annual po p p y sale. Memorial services will be held for deceased members. Mrs. Jennie Hoffner of Bessemer willl show films on cancer following the meeting. Lunch will be served. The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Veterans of Foreign Wars club rooms. A Mother's Day observance is planned. Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle will show a film of their trip around the world at 8:30. Hostesses are Mrs. James Dibble and Mrs. Peter Mindorff. Catholic Women of Hurley Meet May 11 The Catholic Women's Council of Hurley will have its meeting Tuesday night, May 11, at 8 in the parlors of St. Mary Catholic Church. Installation of officers will be held and all members are asked to attend. A discussion will be held on what project the members will undertake for the "Kick-off" day of beatifying Hurley. Lunch will be served by a committee. UtCKI iitnrr tetu twwnt there: are so many Winter Woolens I can put into Wright and Mrs. Ivan D. Wright. Chairman of the educat i o n department is Mrs. Dahlen and vice chairman is Mrs. Edwin J. Johnson. Church Events Mass—Apostolic Luth e r a n. Services will be held Mo n d a y night at 7:30 at the town hall with the Rev. Usko Petaisto of Ishpeming in charge. The public is invited. L. Ryan, Milwaukee, Will Speak Sunday Thomas J. Ryan, presiding minister of the Ironwood congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, has announced that Lloyd Ryan, a minister of one of the Milwaukee congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses, will deliver a talk, "Why Is Ours an Age of Violence?" Sunday at 2 p.m. at the church, corner of Midland and Superior. Following the talk will be the weekly Watchtower discuss i o n. This week's subject is "The Love That Leads to Life." The public is welcome to attend. Service Schedule For Mass Area To]d MASS — Worship services for the Lutheran Parish this Sunday are as follows: Winona—English worship at 8. Mass —English worship at 10. Wainola—English worship at 11:30. This will be the "kick-off" for the Lutheran Develop m e n t Fund. Trout Creek Personals Randal Besonen celebra ted his second birthday anniversary with a supper for relatives. Guests were his grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Sliger, and great grandmother", Mrs. Louise McLauchlin. Fred Fox, Iron Mountain, spent a weekend in town. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill and children, St. Ignace, Duane Lord and sons, Stephenson, were guests at the Ducan Cameron and Bruce Warren homes. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mclntyre and daughters were Ewen callers. The Tuesday Nite Women's Bowling teams ended their 1964-65 season. Standard Oil took second place and Sunny Side was third. Mrs. James T. Madden was the high bowler of the two teams. Both teams competed in a tournament held at Ontonagon April 25. Arthur Moilanen of Mass was a caller here. Sidnow Personals Mrs. Earl Crawford and daughter, Susan, are visiting with relatives in lower Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett, Kenton, visited with relat i v es here: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck, Nestoria, were callers here. Mr. and Mrs. William Beck and his mother, Mrs. Marguerite Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cummings Sr., daughters, Len- nae and Mrs. Niles Eilertsen, and family were recent Iron River callers. Marvin Stebbins Sr. and son, Bernard, were L'Anse callers. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson and family, White Pine, spint a weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson. Gerald Niemi and Jesse Bowers Jr., Camp McCoy, Wls., spent a weekend here at their homes. Mrs. John Taisto, Michigamme, visited at the Marvin Stebbins Jr. home. William Moore and Ka r e n i Krummi, Michigarnme, visited her father, Edwin Krummi, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. Mrs. Thomas Thompson and family visited her parents, the William Christens, at Trout Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beauprey spent a weekend in Chicago with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children visited at Michigamme with her parents, the Charles Keskis. Central PTA Officers Installed at Meet Newly appointed officers of Central Parent-Teacher Associa- t i o n were installed at the PTA meeting Monday night. Mrs. Eben Wahlberg installed the following: President, Mrs. Gilbert Brunette; first vice president, Mrs. Kenneth Nerenz; second vice president, Mrs. George Thomas; secretary, Mrs. Charles Lorenson; treasurer, Earl Litshe i m; publicity secretary, Mrs. Eunice Marshalek; lunch chairman, Mrs. Lila Cox; council delegate, Mrs. Frank Oslin. Men or women interested in managing a girls softball team for Central are asked to call Sylvester DeSonia. Charles Gotta of the action- information committee on t h e prop o s e d county-w i d e community college, answered questions concerning the issue and the PTA voted to endorse the three proposals involved. Lunch was served by Mrs. Charles Keeton Jr., Mrs. John Hay, Mrs. Earl Jacobson, Mrs. Nerenz and Mrs. Brunette. ing a few words for thi lady who was unhappy MCAUM her husband Ben didn't compUratnt her on the chopped herring. if she Is smut she will lust stop making chopped herring for a month and see what happens. if Ben doesn't ask for it she should forget the whole thing already because she will never be able to please him. I had the same problem with sauerkraut and dumplings, l never got the dumplings yellow or hard enough to suit my Kurt, one time they were hard enough but not yellow enough. The next time they were yellow enough but not hard enough. I used to get so frustrated I'd go Into the bathroom and bawl. Finally, I decided I could never make dumplings to please him so I quit trying. Three weeks later Kurt begged me to try them again so I did. Well, he praised me to the skies- said they were the best dumplings he ever ate. Maybe this will work for Ben's wife, t hope she tries it.—MARTHA Dear Martha: Thanks for the hint on how to test a man's interest in special dishes. X agree. And if after a month he doesn't request the dish, forget It already. * * * Dear Ann Landers: Our 10-year- old son is unusually sensitive. Ever since he started school he has said he wants to be a doctor but I'm beginning to wonder if he has the temperament and disposition. Donald went fishing for the first time last week. He came home very depressed. When I asked what was wrong he said, "I hate to see a fish with a hook in his mouth. He must suffer a lot." It seems to me I once read, that fish do not feel pain because they are cold-blooded creatures. Will you please print something about this in your column so I can show it to my son? —NO EXPERT ON FISH i Dear No Expert on Pish (and that makes two of us): My fish and game authorities tell me that fish do not feel pain when hooked in the mouth because fish have primitive nervous systems and there are very few nerves in that area. Only when the fish SWALLOWS a hook does he suffer, and then of course, he should be killed immediately. * * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems.. Send them to her In care of this newspaper enclosing a stamp ed, self-addressed envelope. Copyright. INS, TM4. CntttptiMt, tee. Report Is Given on MDCCW Convention The May meeting of the Altar Society of St. Michael's Catholic Church was held Tuesday night. Mrs. Bee Larson gave an informative report on the convention of the Marquette Diocesan Council of Catholic Women held at Iron Mountain May 1 and 2. iThe theme of the convention was "The Holiness of God Shines Through His People." Mrs. Herman Danoskl was welcomed as a new member. Lunch was served by Mrs. Robert Carlson, Mrs. Steve Cichon, Mrs. Danoski, Mrs. Sam Davey, Mrs. Bernard Krause and Mrs. Michael Shawbitz. THE "OLD FOLKS HOME" IS A THING OF THE PAST Our bright, new home U at modern at a jet airliner. Our ttaff it young, capable* yet we've retained the personal "homey" touch that hat made the Sky View one of the mett popular In the State of Wit- coniln. SKY VIEW NURSING HOMi 309 lion St. Hurler. Wl*. Diel Ill-IMS »TS fHI HNttT SfACt SAY.Nft PtOTfCTION YOU CAN «lt JOt YOU* IUIKY WINTM WOOUNI. WITAKtTHIIOXMHIOfYOUt WINTH Wf At ANP MTURN THIM TO YOU IN THI Mil WMIHIV CUANIO AND HISIIO AT OUft IMUIAICUANIN* MICH. SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 E. Mcleod Ironwood Dial 932-4332 FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY ™e FOOD is GOOD Liberty Bell Chalet HURLEY, WIS. 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