Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 11, 1965 · Page 7
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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The World of Women TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1965. Yvonne Carolyn Saari Repeats Vows With Bryan M. Pumala Miss Yvonne Carolyn Sa a r i, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Saari, Route 1, Hurley, was given in marriage by her father to Bryan Matthew Pumala, Kenosha, Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Pumala, 213 W. Ash St., in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg at St. Paul Lutheran Church Saturday, May 8, at 3 p.m. The bride Avore a floor length Chantilly type lace gown featuring a bodice with an iridescent trimmed Sabrina neckline and long sleeves. The waist was accented with a peau de soie cummerbund set off by a self- fabric rose at the back. The bouffant skirt fashioned of lace tiers was highlighted with irides- cents. A. re-embroidered lace demi- Gercrldine Russell Feted With Shower MARENISCO— A bridal shower, honoring Miss Gerald i n e Russell, was held Tuesday night, April 27, at the town hall. The hall was attractively decorated with pretty colored streame r s and wedding bells. A 6:30 supper was served to 880 guests, after which g a m es Were played. Miss Russell received many lovely gifts and a purse of money. Assisting with the gifts were Ruth Mary Christensen and Ifrudy Weisinger. Out of town guests were a sis ter, Mrs. John Grasso, and Mrs. June Weinandt of Wakefield, Mrs. John Serrahan and Mrs. Helen Linna of Ontonagon. Miss Russell and Leslie Weis- faiger plan to be married June 5. cap, paillette etched and outlined in seed pearls, secured the bride's veil and blusher of pure silk illusion. Th bride carried a cascade arrangement of white feathered mums and salal foil- age accented with red roses. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. James F. Gheller, Milwaukee, and bridesmaid was Mrs. David Stenstrom, sister of the groom. They were attired in identically fashioned street length sheath dresses of green brocade with scoop necklines and three quarter length sleeves with bouffant half overskirts. Pale g r e en demi-cap floral headpieces were worn by both aides. White wrist length gloves and pale green footwear complemented their attire. LeRoy Johnson was Mr. Pumala's best man and groomsman was James Leo Saari, brother of the bride. Serving as ushers were James F. Gheller, David Stenstrom, Larry Erickson, cousin of the bride, and Terry Pumala, brother of the bridegroom. , "A reception was held in the church parlors, immediately following the wedding and an evening reception was held at the Oma Town Hall where the bride and bridegroom received 450 guests. After their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Pumala will be at home at 6102 31st Ave., Kenosha, Wis. The bride is a 1964 graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley. The groom, who was graduated from Luther L. Wright High School in 1962, is employed by American Motors, Inc., Kenosha. nyberg-mifCer MORTUARY IRONWOOD • MICH. No—they're not imported ... they just look it! It's the smart Italian-inspired design, the hand-crafted touches that* give these soft little penny-wise sandals such an expensive air. 3.99 per pair White or Natural Leather. NO. OF COIOI AND MATERIALS SIZE NAME ADDRESS... CITY & STATC CHAIGE O MONEY ORDER O Add 4% Salts Tax CHICK (Modern Portrait Photoi MRS. BRYAN PUMALA Church Events St. Paul Lutheran. Mary Circle will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. In the church parlors with Mrs. Walter Wick, Mrs. Anna Keto, Mrs. Anna Kauppi and Mrs. Philip Marander as hostesses. St. John's Lutheran, North Ironwood. Devotional servic e s will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 by Pastor Oliver A. H all- berg. St. Michael's Catholic. A rummage sale will be held in the church parlors Wednesday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coffee will also be served. Apostolic Lutheran. Servic e s will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 with the Rev. Andrew Nickelson, Hancock, as speaker. The Rev. Mickelson has recently returned from Nigeria, Africa, where he was called on a mission trip. The public is invited. Seventh-day Adventist. Prayer meeting will be h e Id Wednesday night at 7:30 at the church school in Bessemer. First Church of Christ, Scientist. A testimonial meeting will be held Wednesday night at 8. The reading room will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. Church of the Nazarene. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. First Baptist. Bible study and prayer meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; the quarterly congregational meeting will be held at 8:15 and the Senior Choir will rehearse at 9. Assembly of God. Prayer service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Bethany Covenant. Midwe e k Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Trinity Lutheran. The S u n shine Guild visitation meeting will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. C. Lahnala and Mrs. Ed Molaski will be hostesses. Salem Lutheran. The J u n ior Confirmation Class will meet at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday and the Senior Choir will rehearse at 7. St. Luke's Lutheran. Gogebic Hospital visitation will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Salvation Array. A midwe e k meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7. White Pine—Faith Luth e r an. The Junior Confirmation Class will meet Wednesday at 3:50 p.m and Confirmation Class will meet at 4:30. Ontonagon —Baptist. Pray e r meeting and Bible study will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Trout Creek — Assembly of God. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednes day night at 7:30. Career Tea to Be Held May 12 At High School The annual Sophomore Career Tea, sponsored by the Ironwood Business and Professional Women's Club, will be held Wednesday, May 12, at the Luther L. Wright High School. The yearly event has been established for the purpose of informing high school sophomore girls about the various occupations in which they have indicated interest. Prior to the serving of refreshments the young women will meet in the Little Theater at 4:15 at which time Miss Helen Weiser of the J. E. Murphy High School speech department will address them Immediately following they will attend sectional meetings where they will be informed of the training and qualifications necessary for the vocations and careers of their choice. The resource people who will be present are: Mrs. Ralph Spencer, teaching; Miss Mary Brennan, secretarial; Mrs. John Novak, nursing and related fields; Mrs. Robert Kovacevich, cosmetology; Miss Edith Jacobson, social work; Mrs. Gilbert Woodcock, airline occupations; Miss Helen Hart, physical therapy and special education. Co-chairmen for the career tea are the Misses Mary Rob e r t s and Ruth Healy. Miss Carol Thompson and Mrs. Robert Perl were in charge of sending invitations, Miss Mary Hayes is decorations chairman assisted by Miss Evangeline Stenstrom and Miss Agatha Wyzlic; hospitality chairman is Mrs. Herbert Peterson. Miss Edith Jacobson, immediate past president, and Mrs. Marlon Vaughn, newly installed president, will pour. The ARA cooking class, under the direction of Mrs. Adelia Rowe, will prepare and serve the refreshments. Rose Rigoni, Archie Searle Wed Saturday at St. Ambrose In a nuptial service at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Saturday, May 8, at 4:30 p.m., Miss Rose Marie Rigoni, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matt Rigoni, 81 Newport Location was united in marriage to Archie D. Searle, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Searle, 214 Lake St. The Rev. Rob e r t Matchett heard the vows and performed the ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father. Bridal white peau taffeta en- Program to Be Given at Tea (Ronnie'* Camera Shop Photoi MRS. ARCHIE D. SEARLE Norrie Study Group Names New Officers The Norrie Ho me Study Group, at its recent meeting, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Chairman, Mrs. Kenneth Haanpaa; vice chairman, Mrs. Tony Bahun; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Gordon Koski; publicity, Mrs. Herbert Swanbeck; council delegate, Mrs. J. B. Shifra; project leaders, Mrs. Bert Jacisin, Mrs. Joseph Staszak and Mrs. Richard Holmes: safety chairman, Mrs. Wi 11 iam Richards; recreation chairm e n. Mrs. Bahun and Mrs. F. W Bloshenko; international chairman, Mrs. Edward Bell;shoppor- tunity chairman, . Mrs. Shifra; health chairman, Mrs. Carl Erickson. A project leaders meeting was attended by Mrs. Shifra and Mrs. Staszak and the rep o r t was given by Mrs. Staszak. The council report was given by Mrs. Shiffra and shopportun- ities were also distributed. Two members, Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. Holmes, who have birthday anniversaries in May, were honored by the group. The spring banq u e t was planned for May 27 at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, Bessem e r. Members are to meet at the Carnegie Library at 6:30. Each one is asked to bring a humor o us gift. Club Activities Hurley Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Wednesd a y night at 8 at the Hurley Masonic Temple. The Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. A throw out tournament will follow. All interested golfers are asked to contact Mrs. Nony Cloon or Mrs. Vivian Ketola. Ironwood Affiliate 95 of the Michigan Cosmetologists Association will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Carnegie Library. The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will meet tonight at 7:30 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars clubrooms. A Mother's Day observance is planned. At 8:30, Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle will show colored movies of their trip around the world. Hostesses are Mrs. James Dibble and Mrs. Peter Mindorff. Phon. you* el«Mlfl«tf sdi t* 032-3111. The St. Ambrose Guild will sponsor a Mother and Daughter Tea Saturday. May 15, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the St. Ambrose Parish Hall. At 2:30 a program will be presented by the following mothers and daughters: Mrs. John Jindrich and Linda; Claudia and Coleen Brown Mary Jo and Dawn Stutz, Mrs. Chester Decur and Patricia, Mrs. W i 1 1 ia m Miller and Lee Ann, Mrs. Richard Grenfell and Debra. Mrs. John Hedin, Mary Minkin, Peggy McKevitt, Kathy Semenak, Gina Tibaldo, Susan Mildren, Megan McDonald, Rosanne Krier, Melissa Santini, Katy Martilla, Lisa Jindr i c h, Patrice Bettiga, Ann Leonard!, Lynn Kas i e t a, Marg a r e t Malovrh, Michele Grenfell, Camille Stutz, Rosalinda Sa n t ini, Mary Collins, Teresa Bonato, Donna Benna, Joyce Skaja, Lynn Kimball, Kethy Jacquart, Patty Pajunen, Sally King, Patty Sokolowski, Barbara McGrath. Reading, Mrs. Joseph Riggs and Miss Edrye Riggs. Mrs. Edward Tousignant will be the mistress of ceremonies and Mrs. Evonne Jagla will be the accompanist. After the program lunch will be served. The following chairmen, Mrs. Eu g e n e Jacquart, Mrs. R. C. Bohne, Mrs. Robert Jacquart and Mrs. Hector McMullin, will be assisted by a chosen committee. Members of Mother Cabrini and St. Philomena Circles are in charge of the Hobby Shop lor this occasion. hanced the design of the bride's floor length gown. Fashioned with a scooped neckline and elbow sleeves, the modified Princess silhouette was graced by a neckline to hemline over-lay panel of re-embroidered Alen- conlace. Soft fullness at the sides was accentuated by a detachable, sweeping train falling from the back waistline. . Uniquely scalloped, the train was embellished with Insert lace motifs. Her bouffant pure silk Illusion veil and blusher were gathered to a re-embroidered lace coronet crown, bedecked with seed pearl looping. She carried a cascade of white feathered mums and salal tied with white satin. Mrs. Anton Fertile was her sister's matron of honor and Mrs. James Relich was hridesm a 1 d. Their floor length dresses were made of pale pink nylon organdy over taffeta with scooped necklines and contoured cumber- bunds enhanced their fitted bodices. Their headpieces were tiny pillboxes with circular veils. Attending Mr. Searle as best man was Anton Fertile and groomsman was John Searle Jr., brother of the bridegroom. Jack Rigoni, brother of the bride, and Robert Rigoni, cousin of the bride, performed the usher i n g duties. Mr. and Mrs. Searle gree ted about 500 at the reception held in their honor at the Iron County Memorial Building. After a week's Eastern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Searle will be at home at 412 Bonnie St. The bride, a graduate of t h e St. Ambrose High School, was employed at Schult Mobile Homes Corp. The groom, a graduate of the Luther L. Wright High School is employed by the, City of Ironwood police department. Spring Tea to Be Held May 20 The Episcopal Churchwomet of the Church of the Transfiguration will have a Spring Tea and bake sale Thursday. May 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the undercroft of the church. The bake sale will incl u d e many varieties of breads, coffee cakes, cookies and other items. Tickets may be obtained from the women of the church, also from Mrs. D. E. Ferguson, pres i d e n t of the Episcop a ) Churchwomen; Mrs. Albert Stevens and Mrs. John Kraemer. co-chairmen of the tea. Following are the committee chairmen: Tickets, Mrs. Carlos Sto n e; hostesses, Mrs. Ro b e r t Ki 1- bourn; calling, Mrs. George Ris- ku. Tea serving, Mrs. Percy Treloar, Mrs. A. W. Schmidt, Mrs. Thomas Foster; dining room, Mrs. Roy Petersen, Mrs. W. F. McLean, Mrs. Hazel Leppanen, Mrs. Wayne Gingrich. Tea preparations, Mrs. Cliff o r d Bedore, Mrs. Theod o r « Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Hansen, Mrs. Abraham Bashara, Mrs. Gilbert Brunette, Mrs. Gertrude Mills: baked goods, Mrs. Robert Downs, Mrs. Linwood I. Noyes, Mrs. Vincent Clifford. Service, Mrs. Toivo Hant u la, Mrs. Sylvester DeSonia, Mrs. Leslie Little. An invitation is given to the public to attend this Spring Tea. Births Elsila. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elsila, Ironwood, a daughter, May 10 at Grand View Hospital. Markle. Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Markle, O w o s s o, a daughter, Trudy, May 4. Mrs. Markle is the former Arnelle Nasi, daugh- Mr. 714 and Mrs. Arnold W. Sunset Road. A. ter of Nassi, Herman. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman, Ironwood, daughter. May 8 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Publisher's Wife Dies BIRMINGHAM (AP)—Mrs. S. Louise Averill, 83, ,who worked in many editorial capacities while her husband, George R. Lovell, was publisher of the Birmingham Eccentric, died Monday. Perk up a blue-cheese spread (for crackers) with Worcestershire sauce; the sauce has an affinity for the cheese. The Sun Is Fun for Fishermen, Picknickers, Water Skiers, Boaters, Kids and Grownups ... BUT IT'S TOUGH ON FURS! BtHer prevent damage from heat, moths and fire: Star* your fur with NEWMAN'S NOW 225 E. Aurora Ironwood Dial 932-1 500 Program Announced For Salem Event Mrs. Ralph Dirksen will be the speaker at the Mother-Daughter Tea to be held at the Salem Lutheran Church tonight at 7. Mrs. Gunnar Lorenson, general chairman, has announced that the following program will be presented: Hymn, "O Happy Home;" invocation, Mrs. Kenneth Nerenz; piano solo, Carol Peterson; presentation of the oldest and youngest mothers; vocal trio, Naomi, Linda and Eliza b e t h Wiele; flute quartet, Sue Muko- vitz, Carol Peterson, Karen Nelson and Margaret Halberg. Tribute to Mothers, Debbie Perl; Tribute to Daughters, Mrs. Robert Perl; talk, Mrs. Dirksen; hymn, "Faith of Our Mothers;" benediction hymn; grace. Mary Ann Ginolfi will serve as painist for the program. Committees — Program, Martha Guild; decorations, Pho e be Guild; dining room and serving, Priscilla Guild; refreshments Rebecca Guild; clean-up, Rachael and Naomi Guilds. The event is being sponsored by the Salem Lutheran Church Women. Anniversary Parfy Fefes W. BlacJcards Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Blackard, Morrison Road, were honored with a surprise party April 24 in observance of their 30th wedding anniversary, while they were in the Chicago area during Easter week. The party was planned by their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Dagras, Tinley Park, 111., and by Mrs. Blackard's brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip M. Mark. The honored guests were presented with a white orchid and white carnation, gifts of their son in law and daughter. The centerpiece of the luncheon table was designed by their daughter and consisted of a large white oyster shell with a huge pearl, denoting the p e a r 1 anniversary, surrounded with lovely spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Black a r d received many lovely gifts and cards and were offered congratulations from family and friends from Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Mark, Ironwood, accompanied the Blackard family on their vacation. Norrie PTA to Meet on May 12 The final meeting of the A. L Norrie Parent-Teacher Association for this school year will be held Wednesday night, May 12, at 7:30. An executive board meeting will be held at 7. Officers for the 1965-66 year will be installed. Eighth grade students will present declamations after the business meeting. Hostesses are the mothers of first and second grade students under the chairmanship of room mothers, Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mrs. Ed w a r d Blomquist and Mrs. Anton Stano. Con/irmcrnds to Be Examined May 12 Public examination of the con- firmands of Grace and Sal e m Lutheran Churches will be held at Salem Church Wednesday night at 7. 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