Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 10, 1965 · Page 6
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The World of Women SIX Range Art Association Wil Have Michigan Week Exhibit The 1965 Michigan Week exhibit of the Rnnge Art Association will be on display in the window of the Lake Superior Distr i c t Power Company. Aurora Street, beginning Saturday. May 15. Mrs. Elmer Mickelson, president of the association, announces that the gallery tour and discussion, originally scheduled for the morning of Saturday. May 22, will not, be held at the Carnegie Library, but will be held, beginning at 9 a.m. in the fellowship hail of S a 1 e in Lutheran Church. The three divisions of judging Club Activities The Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet tonight at 8 at the VFW clubrooms. Plans win be made for Memorial Day activities and the annual Poppy Sale anti memorial services will be held for deceased members. Mrs. Jennie Hoffner. Bessemer, will show films on cancer after the meet- Ing. Lunch will be served. The Lake Road Study Group will meet Tuesday night at 7 at the home of Mrs. Erwin Erickson, with Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. Luther Olson as hostesses. Election of officers will be held and preparations will be made for the Michigan Week window display. This will be the club's last meeting until fall. Aurora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will have a meet- Ing Tuesday night at 7:45 at the Masonic Temple. The Ironwood Junior Women's Club will have its meeting Tuesday night at 8 in the Memorial Building clubrooms. The executive board will meet at 7:30. Plans for the spring banq u e t will be discussed. Lunch will be served by a committee. The Catholic Women's Council of Hurley will meet Tuesday night at 8 in the parlors of St. Mary Catholic Church. Installation of officers will be held held and other business will be transacted. Lunch will be served by a committee. The Newport Parent-Teacher Association will meet Tuesday night at 8 and the executi v e board will meet at 7:30 in the music room. Officers for the ensuing year will be installed and a program will be prese n t e d. Lunch will be served by mothers of first graders with Mrs. Clifford Koivisto as chairman. Ironwood Affiliate 95 of the Michigan Cosmetologists Association will have a meeting Wednesday night, May 12, at 7:30 at the Carnegie Library. are oil. Watercolor and graphics. First, second nncl third places and two honorable ment ions will be awarded in each category. Also selected will be the "Best of Show " Dean Koivisto. art instructor in the Ontonagon Schools, will be the judge Members exhibiting are asked to deliver entries to the Power I Company on or before Friday morning. May 14. before 1 p.m., ! with 3 p.m being the deadli'v for acceptance of entries. Oils and watercolors must be framed, and all others must be . properly mounted and matted Arranging the exhibit will be Mrs. Eino Nevala, Mrs. Leo ; Bauchamp, Mrs. Ernest Sanclell, , Mrs. Don Silkworth and M r s. S. F. Carpenter. Mrs. B e a u- champ. secretary, asks mem- ' taers to bring table and floor easels with their entries. : Koivisto, a native of Ironwood, was graduated from Luther L. '. Wright High School. Goge b i c ! Community College and he re- i celvea his degree at Wisconsin ! State University. Superior, and ; is presently working for his tnas- ; ter's degree in art. 1 In addition to this six years of working with students at On- 'tonagon, Koivisto has five years ! experience in teaching adult ec!- i ucation classes in art and has arranged and judged numerous exhibits. A short business session will precede the awarding of prizes Saturday. May 22. at the Salem Lutheran Church. Members may ' bring guests to this meeting. MONDAY, MAY 10, 1965. Ann Landers . . . Answers Your Problems. GIRLS ENSEMBLE—Members of the Girls Ensemble of the A. D. Johnston High School Girls Glee Club, who entertained at a meeting of the Bessemer Woman's Club, are Paula Zeber: Dorinda Lund, Sue Pricco, Gloria Karvonen, Linda Georgie, Gloria Matonich, JoLee Works, Diana Niemi, Ruth Paynter, Joy Borseth, Marcella Boline, Charlene Erickson and Gloria Pazdernlk Daily Globe Photo) Women's League | Polly's Pointers Meets May 12 j Enjoy Talk I By Mrs. Anderson ' The Salem Lutheran Ch u r ch i Women and guests, at a meet- ling Thursday night, were delightfully entertained by the brilliant | descriptions Mrs. Charles R. An- I derson related on her perso n a 1 | observations while residing in I Morocco and traveling through- iout northern Africa. The Moslem woman was un| ders t o o d by Mrs. Anders o n very f the A TIMELY TOPIC—The popular sheath dress that fashion loves, shown here in a charming version for the shorter, figure. No. 8251 with PATT-O-RAMAi is in sizes 12V a . M'/a. 16Ms, 18'i, 20V 2 , 22'/2, 241/2. 26Mz. Bust 33 to 47. Size. 14Mi, 35 bust, 2% yards of 45-inch. 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. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. The Women's Golf League of Gogebic Country Club will meet Wednesday, starting with a luncheon at 12:30 followed by a throw out tournament. All interested golfers are asked to contact Mrs. Nony Cloon, 9325123, or Mrs. Vivian Ketola, 9323835. By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — If the inside of a sweater pocket has holes in it or the underarm is worn try to match with a knitted sock the same color. Use part of the sock to replace the worn end of the pocket and carefully darn the worn underarm spot with a piece of sock underneath it. When machine-knitted socks, with or without patterns, be- Fetsch and Donnelly Nuptials Are Held ONTONAGON — Marr i a g e ! come worn in the heel and toe vows were exchanged Saturday,! so they are beyond darning, just May 1 at high noon by Mrs.! cut off the foot > wni P stitch the Inez Cannon Fetsch and Earl J. raw edges and use the wrist- Markle. Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Markle, Owosso, a daughter, 1. Mrs. Markle is Donnelly at a ceremony performed at Holy Family Catholic Church. The Rev. Terr e n c e Donnelly, Manistique, a nephew of the bridegroom and son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Donnelly of Houghton, officiated. lets beneath loose-sleeved coatr. They also give extra warmth to children playing out-side or going to school. —MARCELLA DEAR POLLY — When one has a large family, nothing is thrown away that can be sal- Honor aides for the wedding i vaged for another use. When were Sister Lynn Marie, La- ; ™y chenille bedspreads are no Crosse, Wis., a daughter of the i longer useable as such I cut bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley | them into rectangles about 8 Jay J. Cane. Ushers were Frank McMullin, George Gauth i e r , 20 inches. These are folded over, sewed up the two sides Richard Perron and John Haw-! a » d the °P en end hemmed to i make square mitts to slip over The bride was attired in an off| white suit with powder blue ac- WTCL7 Meeting to Be Held Tuesday at 2 The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Tuesday at the Salvation A r m y . Devotions will be conducted by Mrs. Carl H. Johnson and a vocal solo will be presented by Capt. Janet Endres. Mrs. Ragnar Johnson will give a reading, "The Real Mother's Day" by Sherwood Eliot wlrt, editor of "Decision," the magazine published by tlfe Billy Graham Association. Hostesses are Mrs. Robert Anderson and Mrs. Mary Zeliska. Make a small hole in each little white onion when you are going to boil this vegetable and the centers may not pop out. Moslem woman. Saudi Arabia i; Moslem religion. Moham m ed, Allah, compiled their bible, the Koran, which Is the law and !n- teprets every thing in their lives. The Moslem women are supres- sed, however, as education is Increased there is a noticable advancement in emancipation of the Moslem women. This change has brought'evidences of state care for the aged and orphaned children, which has always been a family obligation according to the Koran. Mrs. Anderson possesses an invaluable collection of clothes and articles which she displayed. The Eric k s o n Trio, Audrey, Laurel and John, sang three beautiful selections. Mrs. Herbert Peterson c o n- ducterl the devotions. Mrs. Gunnar Lorenson presided at the business meeting. The Mother and Daughter Tea will be held Tuesday, May 11, at 7 p.m. in the church parlors. The cleadl i n e date for Luthe r a n World Relief Clothing Drive is May 2(5. Tentative plans are for a retreat to be held at First Lutheran Church, Wakefield, on June 24. Hostesses for T h u r sd a y's meeting were Mrs. Erin Carlson, Mrs. Donald Carlson. Miss Ells Weimar and Miss Alma Holmgren. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold A. Nassi, 714 W. Sunset Road. Herman. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman. Ironwood, daughter, May 8 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Delich. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Delich, Wakefield, a son, May 7 at Divine nfant Hosp i t a 1, Wakefield. the hands. One can be slipped on for dusting. Sprayed with po- a lish, it makes a wonderful dust white orchid Mrs Cane ' ra £- To be reall y efficient slip wore a Ming blue shantung jack-i one f eacn hand.'When these et ensemble with yellow acces-1 ^8, «£ go^thi-ough^the sories. wash they are easily identified Pre-Nuptial Shower Fetes Diane Zandi Miss Diane Zandi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zandi, 203 Bonnie Location, was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Thursday night. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs Milo Raikovich, Mrs. Frances I Bertoluzza, Mrs. Eugene John' soiv Mrs. Joseph Jelich, M r s. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Ontonagon Golf Club where the couple greeted several hundred friends and relatives. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Cannon, Spokane, Wash. The bridegroom, a son of early residents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John P. Donnelly, has visited here every year since leaving for college. For a number of years he has been at Washington, D. C., in the executive office of the president, Bureau of the Budget, having served there continuously under five presidents. After a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and to Bermuda and and go right into their special bag. When cotton quilts become shabby, I cover them with plisse or seersucker. The point is to use a material that never needs ironing. I make the cover, tack through all the thicknesses about every four inches and in t h e pattern so the tacking does not show. Since they are all cotton, these newly covered quilts can be put in the washer and dryer and then folded and put right away. I have used them in play pens, taken them to the beach and used them for sun baths, picnics, hayrides and so on. — MRS. J. P. DEAR POLLY — Even one or and Mrs. William Mitchell. The buffet luncheon table was j centered with a beautiful taook- ! shaped, cake which was 'baked i by Miss Bette Jelich. Also centering the table was a bride doll of paper mache. Hostesses were Miss Ma r i e Mrs. Arthur Tampio. Miss Zandi received many lovely gifts. She will become the bride of Lawrence Levij o k i on June 19 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. \ IT'S A WELL KNOWN FACT... IF IT'S REAL HONEST TO GOODNESS ITALIAN FOOD YOU CRAVE... (Prepared Under Ma Fontecchio's Supervision in Our Own State Inspected Kitchens) -It's the- LIBERTY BELL CHALET Hurley, Wis. ANNOUNCING SOMETHING NEW: By Popular Demand OPEN FOR LUNCHEONS 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. DAILY - Your Choice of • RAVIOLI-with cheese or meat • GNOCCHI •HOME MADE NOODLES • CHICKEN CACCIATORE Only S 1.50 Including salad with your choice of dressing. Try our luscious Caesar salad dressing prepared in our own kitchen. Also serving Pizza all day. (Please, no take out orders at luncheon time) £,U.i (*. -i, uno ut.iu u\j ,*_*\_.i mt.iuu lAiiv*. Naasau on the S. S. Potterdam, i two sheets in a front loading Donnelly will re- i washer often entangle the entire load into a tight ball and can throw the machine off balance and damage the wiring. To prevent this, tie a loose double knot in the center of each sheet. It works! I read instructions, consulted dealers, repairmen and even the manufacturer, but could never learn how to prevent these off-balance loads until I tried knotting the sheets. Since then I have never had to call the serviceman to resolder wires broken by off-balance loads.—MRS. C. A. M. GIRLS — This I liked, as small things so often get tangled up with the sheets and fall to the floor when the sheets are removed from the washer and then those little things have to side in Washington, D. C., until their new home at Paddy's Creek on Lake Superior, east of Ontonagon, is completed. After ! Sept. 1 the couple will be at i home here to friends. ! Wedding guests from beyond the county included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Donnelly of Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Green of Mosiness, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. William Ross Jr., Mrs. Wai t e r Baumann and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Casper of Milwau k e e and Edward Millard of C h a n - nlng. Sidnow Personals John Meyers, Flint, is spending a few weeks here at his cab- in> i spread before putting them in Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leaf, the dryer so the heat would go Church Events First Baptist. The board of deacons will meet Tuesday night at 7:30. First Presbyterian. The Evening Guild will meet Wednesday. May 12, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lucille Toutloff, 235 W. Gogebic St. Trinity Lutheran. The Board of directors will meet tonight at 7, when G. LaPean, representative of the AAL will be present to explain the Missouri Synod's new pension and welfare plans; Tuesday the Junior Choir will meet at 6:30 p.m., the World Friendship Guild will meet at 7 with Mrs. R. Slivenski as hostess and the Senior Choir will rehearse at 7:30. Bethany Covenant. The c h olr will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Ladies Aid executive board will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors. Wesley Methodist. Circles will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. as follows: Miriam, at the home of Mrs. W. Nemacheck, hostess; Priscilla, at the home of t h e hostess, Mrs. Stanley Richards and Ruth, at the home of Mrs. O. M. Story, hostess. Zion Lutheran. The choir will meet for rehearsal at 7 p.m. Tuesday. St. Paul Lutheran. The Church Choir will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday. St. Michael's Catholic. A rummage sale will be held Wednesday May 12 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the church basement. Coffee will also be served. Grace Lutheran. The choir will rehearse at 7 Tuesday night and the Boy Scouts will meet at the same time. Salvation Army. The Y o u ng People's meeting will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. Iron Belt—Trinity Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet Tuesday at 4 p.m. Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. Confirmation Class will meet Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. Marenisco—Messiah Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. Dear Ann Landers: My problem is so embarrassing I couldn't hold my head up if anyone should link me with it. My husband and I are in our 40's. Our children are grown and we have moved to a part of the country where there are beautiful beaches. Our cottage is on the ocean with a lovely sand beach right outside our door. Since we have moved here my husband and I have enjoyed many moonlight swi m s. But now ne svants to go beyond that. He gets amorous in the water and on the beach and I have a difficult time getting him Into the house. Is this normal? What is the matter with a middle-aged executive who gets such crazy ideas' 5 Has he been seeing too many French and Italian movies or what? If you say It is all right and to go along with it, I will review my thinking and try to adjust. Thank you very much. —SANDY Dear Sandy: I am not going to say it is all right and to go along with it because I don't know how much privacy you have around your place. Unless YOU know—and you are completely isolated—my advice is to go in the house where you belong. •d fr ft Dear Ann Landers: I was struck by the letter from the 13-year-old boy who said he all the way through them.— POLLY L'Anse, visited her parents, the Theodore Rolloffs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hill and family, Milwaukee, are visiting | Share your favorite homemak- | with his parents, the Solomon I ing ideas. . . .send them t o i Hills. i P o 11 y in care of Ironwood Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeCa i r e,! Dailv Q1 ° oe Champion, spent a weeke n d here at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bloomhuff were L'Anse callers. Mrs. Bloomhuff remained in the Baraga County Memorial Hospital for a few days. Recent L'Anse callers were Mrs. Ida Provost, son, Joseph, Mrs. Paul Oberg. Mrs. Gord o n Bennett, Mrs. Roger Bennett, William Borrows, Oscar Lel- dholdt, Mrs. Beulah Grooms, Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Beauprey, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Longrie and Marvin Stebbins Sr. DR. M. A. GERTZ WILL REOPEN HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE ON MONDAY, MAY 10 Want some help with your homemaking? More than 203 chore-shorteners are featured in Polly's 32-page booklet. To order, send your name, address and 50 cents to: Polly's Pointers, Ironwood Daily Globe, P. O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, N. Y. Salt herrings need to be soaked in cold water overnight. Women's Lunch By CECILY BBOWNSTONE Tasters who liked our cheese- date rolls have asked us for another version. Here it is! Hearty beef and vegetable soup, garlic bread, fresh strawberries, pineapple rolls. PINEAPPLE ROLLS 2 ounces cream cheese '/4 cup crushed pineapple, un- drained Vj cup finely chopped walnuts 8 slices fresh bread, trimmed Butter, melted Thoroughly mix together the cream cheese, pineapple and walnuts. With a rolling pin, slightly flatten the bread; spread one side of each slice with the cheese mixture; roll up slices; wrap tightly in saran; refrigerate about 30 minutes. Brusn entire outside surface of rolls with melted butter. Place, end side down, on a cookie sheet. Bake in a very hot (450 degrees) oven until lightly browned — about 5 minutes. Baptist Missionary Meeting Tuesday The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night at 7:30. Miss Grace Erickson will conduct the devotions and the program will be about work among lepers. Bundles for leprosy patie n t s will be packed. Each bundle will consist of nine separate Items as follows: handkerchief, bar of soap, tooth brush, tube tooth paste, nail clipper, comb, one each; safety pins; one sweater (Cardigan of pullover) of three yards printed or plain cott o n cloth. All items for each bundle will be wrapped In a large turk- ish -towel, fastened with safety pins. Hostesses for the meet i n g are Mrs. Helmer Erickson and Mrs. Robert Ray. Egypt's Great Pyramid and Sphinx have stood guard o v e r the Nile River for 45 centuries. never opened his mouth to apeak until he was four years of age. Now he says he talks all the time and it bothers him because his friends call h i m "Gabby." I believe the problem is deeper than your reply suggested. The child who does not speak is silent for a reason. He is so alienated from one or both parents— so angry and filled with rage- that his silence is a way of punishing them for making him feel unloved and unwanted. So he cuts them out of his world. Overtalkativeness is compensation. Such a person is in agony because he cannot communicate his great need for love and understanding. He must find out, through therapy, why he did not talk in the early years. Then he will understand why he talks too much now.—DR. X. Dear Dr: I appreciate it when an expert alerts me to an aspect of a problem which I miss e d. This gives my column an added dimension which Is invaluable. not only to me but to my readers. I overlooked the significance of the boy's early silence. You caught it and related it to his present problem. Thank you for writing. it it -ft I Dear Ann Landers: Our chll- j dren are seven and nine years of ! age. They love to watch TV. My wife thinks this is great because it keeps them out of her hair for hours on end. After dinner the children sit in front of the set until they can't see straight. When I tell my wife to put the kids to bed she says, "They will go when they get tired." The kids end up falling asleep on the floor. I have to undress them and carry them to their beds. S o m e- times it Is 11:00 P.M. This goes on night after night. My wife sees nothing wrong with it. What do you say? — ONE AGAINST THREE Dear One: When children have a mother who is afraid to tell them what to do their only hope is a father who will take over. Starting tomorrow tell the children they have a bed-time schedule. The seven-year-old should be in bed at 8:00 P.M. and the nine- year-old at 8.;30. And don't take any lip. * * A Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your probl ems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed evenlope. Copyright, 1965, Field EnterprliM, Inc. TENNIS SHOES for the Whole Family for Men and Boys High or Low Styles Men's Sizes 6Vi to 12 Boys' Sizes 2 to 6 Reg. 4.98 to 5.98 A little pineapple leftover? Add it to a can of baked beans and heat. You can use pineapple tidbits or chunks or you can cut a pineapple ring into small pieces. 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