Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 15
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 15

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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The World of Women TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1965. Jane Ann Johnson Repeats Vows With Frank Hanousek MRS. FRANK L. HANOUSEK tt it it The skirt was bell-shaped. Lace also highlighted the detachable cummerbund which held the chapel length train, and trimmed the square open pillbox holding her elbow length veil of Illusion. Miss Johnson carried a cluster of pink roses and stephanotis on a white prayer book. Miss Gloria Johnson, Dubuque, was her sister's maid of honor and only attendant. The bride designed and made her sister's floor length gown of Nile green chiffon over taffeta styled with draped bodice with brief sleeves, rounded neckline and bell-shaped skirt. Dainty pink rose embroidered motifs hi g h- lighted the midriff. Matching embroidery also accented her matching square open pillbox. Duane Tupper, Waukegan, was Mr. Hanousek's best man and Eugene Milewski, Ironwood, seated the guests. About 400 attended the dinner reception held on the lawn at the home of the bride's parents. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Hanousek will reside at Waukegan, where the bridegroom is employed by V. R. Wesson Company. The bride, a graduate of the A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point, was employed as traffic director, Radio Stati o n KMAQ, Maquoketa, Iowa, prior to her marriage. The bridegroom is a graduate of the In a beautiful nuptial serv ice at the Church of the Trans- same high school, figuration, Episcopal, Saturday, July 10, at 12 noon, Miss Jane daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson, Bessemer, was given in marriage by her father to Frank L. Hanousek, Waukegan, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanousek, Ramsay. The bride and bridegroom repeat e d their vows after the Rev. Robert Kilbourn in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride designed and made her floor length gown of chiffon over taffeta. Frosty floral lace outlined the rounded neck line and three-quarter length sleeves. Do Si Do Club Will Meet on Thursday The Ironwood Township Do Si Do Square Dance Club will meet Thursday night at the Ironwood Township Community Building. Paul Cyr Sr. will be the caller. Lunch will be potluck with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaudreau and Mr and Mrs. William Hoist serving on the committee. All square dancers and spe.c- tators are welcome. Dane e r s must wear soft soled shoes. 1.1 err; Oe Motts Photo! MRS. JERRY ADAMS Complete Fur Clinic . .. new, little accessories made from your old fur coatl CLEANING * STORAGE REPAIRING if RESTYLING REMODELING * GLAZING WM 225 E. Aurora Personal Items Out of town guests attending the Johnson-Hanousek wedd i n g Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cain, Dennis, Debra and Denise, Marquette, Mrs. Amelia Semple, Warren, Mrs. Larry Ackerman and Artie, Detroit, John Arbough, Hamtrainck, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Luckliardt, Ann Arbor, Mich ; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Richmond, Ellen, John, Mary Jane and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Neuendorf, Stevens Point, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield F. Johnson, Minocqua, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson, Rhinelander, Mr. and Mrs. Robert- Eilo, Detara and Dawn, Boulder Junction, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Max Zadra, Kathy and Janice, Ingleside, Mrs. Leon Pryor and daughter, Rockford, Duane Tupper, Waukegan, 111.; Gloria Johnson, Dubuque, Miss Beth Beecher, Forest City, Mrs. Loyd Beecher, Union, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gustafson, Mrs. William Carr, Dr. and Mrs. William Carr, Peter, Betsy, Susan and Christ i n e, Mrs. John Kellett, Mineapo 1 i s; Raymond Novascone, U.S.A.F., Duluth. NorJberg and Adams Nuptials Are HeJd Miss Millie Norberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norberg Sr., Bruce Crossing, became the bride of Jerry Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Sr., Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, June 26, at 7 p.m. at Our Savi o r Lutheran Church. The Rev. John Linna officiated at the doub 1 e ring ceremony. Mrs. Marian Cousineau, Norway, was matron of honor and Miss Arlene Korsman, Bruce Crossipg, and Mrs. Patt B e r g- lund, Marquette, were bri d e s- maids. Attending the groom as best man was Ronald Cousineau, Norway, and groomsmen were John Adams Jr., Tulsa, and F r ank Von Geyso, Ann Arbor. Carl, Norberg Jr., Minneapolis, and Arthur Korsman, Bruce crossing, were ushers. i The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a cotton knit lace dress with fitted bodice, cowl neckline, eib o w length sleeves and slim skirt flared at the hemline and flowing into a long train. It was fashioned by Mrs. William Rounisto. Her pillbox hat-of the same material held a s h o u Ider length silk illusion veil and she carried a bouqet of yellow roses and pink carnations. The bridal aides wore identical street length dresses of olue knit lace with a chiffon panel in back. Their headpieces were of the same material with matching veils and they also wore matching shoes and gloves. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride, a graduate of Ewen Miss Barbara Trethewey Wecl Saturday to George E. Kelley The Chapel of St. Ignati u s Church, Chicago was the scene of a beautiful summer wedding Saturday, when Barbara Grace Trethewey was united in marriage to Sgt. George Edward Kelley, U. S. Marine Corps. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Trethewey. 136 W. Arch St., and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George O Kelley, Chicago. The nuptial vows were MBS. SELMA LARSON 'Dally Globe Photo* High School, attended Northern Michigan University, Marquette, for three years. The bridegroom is employed by Zantop Air Transport of Detroit as a pilot. They will be at home at 254 Lakeview Drive, Whit more Lake. Out of town relatives and friends attending were from Tulsa, Okla., Lake Worth, Fla., Minneapolis; Ann Arbor, Escanaba, Marquette, Ishpem ing, Champion and Eben and the surrounding area. Dial 932-1500 Covenant Aid Social To Be Held Friday The Ladies Aid of Beth'any Covenant Church is sponsoring a strawberry social Friday, July 16, from 3 to 6:30 p.m. in the church parlors. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Ladies Aid or at the door. Y Y Y Y Easing the burden of care in time of sorrow... Promptly, thoughtfully, we assume the responsibility for every detail with respect to final arrangements. And our high standard of service goes hand in hand with judicious attention to sensible harmony. » f ru Y 217 S.Mansfield IRONWOOD • MICH. Y Y Y Y Y T rtuaryl Ph. 932-5110 Y "Just lemme get my hands on this bum, Cassius Clay!" The aspiring champion is rugged little Loyal Taskila, Jr., .2-year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Taskila.<Sr., .Ironwood. PHOTO, OF COURSE, BY BABY'S -FAVORITE PHOTOG. KEN AHO AT KENNY'S STUDIO 127 E. Aurora Phone 932-3621 Where Every Wednesday Is Special for Mom and Baby Church Events Grace Lutheran. Charity Group will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Luther Olson, Lake Road. First Baptist. Open house will be held at the Lake Superior Bible Camp Wednesday night at 7:30. Refreshments will be served by the Women's Missionary Society. All are welcome. The camp is located three miles west of Little Girl's Point. Seventh • day Adventist. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. 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 Wednesday night. Assembly of God. Prayer service will be held at 7:30 Wednesday night. Bethany Covenant. Midw e e k Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Trout Creek — Assembly of God. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesd a y night at 7:30. Trinity Lutheran. The World Friendship Guild will meet tonight at 7:30 with Mrs. Walter Kivi as hostess; the Stewarship committee will meet Wednesday night at 7. Salvation Army. Mid -week services will be held Wednesday night at 7. White Pine —Faith Lutheran. The church council will meet Wednesday night at 6:30 and the stewardship committee will meet with the council at 7. Ontonagon — Assembly of God. Bible study and prayer service will be held Wednesday night at 7:45. Ontonagon—Baptist. Pra y e r meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7. Mrs. Selma Larson Is Honored at Tea Mrs. Selma Larson, 122 S. Curry St., was honored at a tea celebrating her 80th birthd a y anniversary. The tea was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Larson, 239 S. Curry St., host and hostess for the affair. Fifty friends called to extend their best wishes to the honored guest. The table was beautifully decorated with a centerpiece of yellow mums and white gladioli flanked with yellow tapers.! Mrs. Larson wore a corsage of baby pink roses and white carnations. A bouquet of yellow and bronze mums was presented by the Lutheran Church Women of Salem Lutheran Church. Donna and James Lar son, grandchildren of Mrs. Lars o n, presented her with a beautifully decorated"' birthday cake. James poured and Donna served the birthday cake. Mrs. Richard Boyle, daugnter of Mrs Larson, came by plane from Menominee to be present for the occasion. . Assisting the host and hostess were Mrs. John Hjalmqu 1st, Mrs. Rudolph Lorenson, Mrs. Michael N. Lascody, Miss Edna Johnson, Mrs. Julius Duff e n a and Miss Alma Nelson. Mrs Larson was prese n t e d with many gifts. Queen Candidates Will Be Honored The Junior Women's Club will honor the Miss Ironwood queen candidates at a noon luncheon, Wednesday, July 14. at 12 at the Gogebic Country Club The girls will also be judged at the luncheon on their poise, personality and appearance. Present will be the Junior Women's Club Board of Directors and members of the Ironwood Chamber of Corn- do th must be ahead of time at the Country lub. Bridal Shower Fefes Margaret Ruuttila ONTONAGON —Mrs. Jacques Kirouac and Mrs. B. J. Byrnes were hostesses at a bridal show- Restaurant Miss Mar- er at the Johnson on M-R4 honoring garet Ruuttila, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ted Ruuttila, who wil become the bride of Gary Byrnes, son of Mr. and Mrs B. J. Byrnes, on July 24. A 1 p.m. luncheon was servec to 42 guests with the brida theme being carried out in the decorations. Each of the guests was presented with a favor. The guest of honor was presented with many lovely gifts. The "Missouri Waltz" adopted as the official song of Missouri in 1949. was state /lub Activities Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., will meet tonight at 7:30 at Wakefield at the Immaculate Conception iathlic Church Parish Building. Ruth Augustine and D. Tizecinski Wed WATERSMEET — Miss Ruth Augustine, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Val Augustine, Ewen, and David Trzecinski, son of Mrs Olive Trzecinski, were united in marriage Friday, July 2. Wil fred Jensen, justice of the peace, performed the ceremony at 7 p.m. at the home of the groom's mother. The bride was attired in a street length dress featuring a pink sleeves round necked bodice with embroidered whi t e bellshaped skirt. She wore a corsage of pink 'carnations Miss Marilyn Augustine, her sister's only attendant, wore a pale yellow street length dress. Women's Styles Taken Seriously By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Women's fashions often start out as a repeated before the Rev. fohV Flanagan at 2:30 p.m. The bride, who was escorted to the altar and presented la marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of mint green anadoga silk, styled with a scoop neckline, the bodice of which pearls was covered and crystals. with Her seed lin- laughing matter with the whole them seriously, and wind up family taking and wearing them, too. The evidence to support this theory was presented Monday by pretty girls, handsome men. and cute children who tripped across the stepping stones in the lily pond of a famous restaurant wearing a variety of such fashions in textiles by Burlington Mills. In the audience were more than 250 fashion writers here for the New York Couture Group's fall style previews. Take those zany-patterned stockings for women which men hooted at last year. This year the Argyles are even gaudier. But men are not laughing. They are wearing the same kinds of socks with their golf knickers ( — yes, men are wearing knickers again The same leg art in .diminutive size is for the small fry. Take up art. Everybody is — including men in geometric sportswear and toddlers in dots and dashes. Take the Andre Courrege's look. Paris did, after snickering at the Frenchman who made baby-doll clothes — boots, bon- Daniel Pittsley served Mr. Trzecinski as best man. A reception was held at the home of the groom's mother following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Ewen High 'School and is employed at King's Gateway Hotel, Land o'Lakes. The groom was graduated from the Wat e r s meet High School and is employed by the Gogebic County Road Commission. The couple will reside here. nets, and high-waisted, high- hem dresses — for grown-up ladies. The American woman has bought it—even as lingerie. Those bold-black stripes on his short-welt-seamed white dresses from the winter collection criss-crossed white petticoats in the same fashion at Monday's show. Another model wore a striped suspender jumper. All peered through Courrege-style opaque sunglasses — exaggerated to the size of saucers. Then the babies walked cautiously across the stepping stones in mite-sized versions o: the Courrege baby-doll dresses for big girls. gertip veil for matching silk lllu« sion was caught in a coronet of seed pearls and crystals and her bouquet was an arrangement of orchids and stephanotli on Ivy, covering her St. Luke'i Nursing Prayer Book. Mrs. Jann Komarnltsky, Mln- neapolis, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Sh« wore a street length dress of beige with a matching 1 a c • coat. Her hat was of matching small beige leaves, with fingertip veil. Serving as best man was George Herman, Deerfield, HI., classmate of the bridegroom. Ushers were Douglas Comstock, Glyn Ellen, 111., classmate of the bridegroom, and the bride's brother in law, John Komarnitsky, Minneapolis. After the marriage ceremony a dinner and reception was held at Charlotte's Supper Club by the bride's parents. Thursday night, July 8, the groom's parents were host and hostess at the rehearsal dinner at the Town House, North Sheridan Road, Chicago. Mrs. Kelley is a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, attended Gogebic Commu n i t y College and was graduated from St. Luke's School of Nursi n g , Chicago, affiliated with the Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, and is presently employed in the Medical Department of First Nati o n a 1 Bank of Chicago. Sgt. Kelley is a graduate of Loyola University, Chicago. After a two weeks' wedding trip through northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula, Mrs. Kelley will be at home at 638 W. Addison St., Chicago, and Sgt. Kelley will report for duty at Camp Smedley D Butler, Kawaskai, Okinawa. France has never had a sovereign queen. ATTENTION BRIDES-TO-BE You would do well to choose all your wedding stationery and assorted appointments from the News-Record . . . Thank You Notes, Announcements, Personalized Stationery, Napkins, Hand-Decorated Notes, Invitations, also Brides and Guest Books. Some fine cooks like to add a little heavy cream to their homemade corned beef hash. This makes a perfect dish for a company brunch, especially when it is served with homemake chill sauce. See Polished Agates and Needle Ore Specimens set in • Letter Openers, Paper Weights, Pen Sets, Bob Ties. NEWS RECORD PRINTING & SUPPLY Ironwood Mrs. Lloyd H. Wesieen, Prop. Dial 932-5511 Births Koski. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koski, Mesa,' Ariz., a son, Eric John, June 23. The Koskis are former Ironwood residents. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in our bereavement, the death of our dear husband and father. We art grateful to Msgr. 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