The World of-Women WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1965. SEVEN Cogebic Country Club to Have First Dinner Dance of Season The Gogebic Country Club will hold a dinner-dance Saturd a y, May 15 This will be the opening dance of the summer season. A special dinner is being prepared by Mrs. Betty Kole s a r with serving from 7 until 9 p.m. A well known orchestra will Mr., Mrs. Roy Dean Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean, Marenisco, were honored with a surprise anniversary party May 1 at their home Their daughter, Mrs. Robert Brunelle, Wakefield, was the hostess and she was assisted by her sister and sisters in law. The occas i o n was Mr and Mrs. Dean's 32nd wedding anniversary. The cake which centered the table was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Brunelle and Mrs. Dean's lovely corsage and Mr. Dean's white carnation boutonn i e r e were gifts from their five grandchildren, children of Mr. and Mrs. Brunelle. Attending the party besides the Brunelle family were sons and daughters in law and their families and another daught e r; Mr. and Mrs Ronald Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Dean and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean and baby, all of Iron Mountain and Miss Donna Dean of Marquette. Mrs. Dean's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Palmer, and a great aunt Mrs. Carole Spencer of Presque Isle, Wis., also were present. Mr. and Mrs. Dean received many lovely gifts and a purse of money. Hurley PTA Council Meeting on Monday The last general meeting o the Hurley District Council Parent-Teacher Association, wil be held at the J. E. Murphj High School Cafeteria at p.m. Monday, May 17. Installa tion of officers for the coming year will be held. Officers, dele •?ates, principals and superin undents are asked to att e n d The Hurley Elementary PT. members will be hostesses fo .his meeting. Patricia E. Butler Repeats Vows With Lt. Richard D. Stonemark rovide music for dancing from until the close. Committee chairman, George LaBlonde, said, "The opening lance at the Country Club has Iways been one of the fin e s t vents of the social season, and t is expected that a large rowd will be in attendance." erving on the committee, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. George LaBlonde, are Mr. and Mrs. John Gorrilla Jr., Mr. and Mrs. erry Elsemore, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundin and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Newman. Caesar Tiziani, club mana- ;er, reo.uests that all reserva- ions be made by Friday night by calling the committee members or the Country Club, phone 932-1121 All Country Club members, all Elks, and their out of own guests are invited to this opening dinner-dance. Piano Recital Thursday Night Pupils of Mrs. Claude Larson, including the younger ones, will present their piano recital Thursday night at the Sleight School. The program is as follows: Piano duet, Happy Go Lucky, William Sher, Beatrice Mitchell and Trice Gorrilla; Ballerina, Everett Stevens, Mar i 1 y n Schlect; Yankee Doodling, Arr. by Dorothy Bishop, Gail Jarvi; Singing and Rocking, William Garman, Shirley Drury; My First March, Albert DeVito, Peggy McKevitt. The Cellist, Virginia Scov i 11. Lila Jacobs; Fairy Barquet, Michael Aaron, Sue Vucko v i c h; Tumbling Clown, John F. Carre, Peter Korpi; Little Lady Val- sette, Eckstein, Elaine Rosen; Colonial Dance, Anne Robins o n, Margaret Schlect. The First Church was the scene of a beautiful candlelight wedding service Saturday, May 8, at 4 p.m. when Miss Patricia Evelyn But 1 e r , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butler, 218 Park St., repeat e d nuptial vows with Lt. Richard Dean Stonemark, Kincheloe Air Force Base,- son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stonemark, 932 N. Hemclock St. The Rev. Ken- ineth Moreland officiated at the Presbyter i a n; double ring ceremony. The bride Piano duet, U.S.A., Hazel McDonald and Spirit of the Cobb, Miri a m Laurel Drury; Singing Group Has Successful Party The Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., staged - a successful "Let's Get Acquainted" party Friday night at the American Legion clubrooms. Many prospective Sweet Ade- lines were enthused by the performance of Jewel King of Racine, Wis., and departed from the Legion clubrooms with a new realization of Barber sh o p harmony. The new chapter officers were installed by Mrs. King in an impressive ceremony. Mary Rose Moyle, Wakefield, is the new president, assisted by Jean Jindrich, vice president, Virginia Siirila, corresponding secretary, Carolyn Crowell, recording secretary, and Agnes Switz e r , Chasing Butterflies, Bertha Frick, Susan Kennedy; After School March, J. Brownfield, Angela Santini; March of the Candy Soldiers, Elizabeth Hop- treasurer. Delores Vaara aptly handled All you need to do to chops or outlets before cooking them is ,o wipe with a damp cloth. the chairmanship of the party with the able assistance from her committee chairmen. Refreshments were served aft e r the program of singing. It is sincerely hoped, by the local Sweet Adelines, that all the guests will return, plus those unable to attend Friday's party, when another party is held. All new persons interested in the group should contact, Mrs. Jindrich, Ironwood, with any questions about the organization. Indianhead Chapter rehearses Thursday nights at 7 at the Luther L. Wright High School. son, Joy Jarvi; Spring Flowers, Walter Rolfe, Dawn Oslin. March of the Tin Trumpets, Olive Bentley, Mary Ann Patrick; Dangerous Journey, Koelling, Trice Gorrilla; piano duet, Victor Herbert Favorites, Arr Campbell-Watson, Marilyn Stenstrom and Susan Mitchell; March of the Boy Scouts, Grant- Schaeffer, Beatrice Mitchell; In Schubert's Day, Krentzlin, Debbie Tezak. In an Alabama Cabin, C a d- man, Laurel Drury; Green Lanterns, William Sher, Miriam McDonald; Impromptu, Re i n hold, Sheila Guidici; piano duet, Scarlet Cape, Federer, She i 1 a Guidici and Kristin Carl son; piano duet, Andalucia, Lecuona, Roberta Bolich and Patricia Shouldice. Bowling League Holds .Banquet The Elks Ladies B o w 1 i ng League held Its annual banquet Wednesday, May 5, at the Gogebic Country Club. The tables were decorated with a floral centerpiece arranged by the presl dent, and nut cups with the bowl i n g motif. There were 28 regular bowl e r s and three guests present. After the dinner the business meeting was held and priz e s were distributed as follows: Teams: Forslund Lumber Co., 69 Vz points; Ironwood Pharmacy 63; Texaco, 48; Tilio's Y Tavern 48; Gogebic National Bank, 41; Lindners, 30Vfc. High Three Games: Fors- lunds, 2138; Texaco, 2127; Ironwood Pharmacy, 2107; Lindners, 2044; Y Tavern, 2029; Gogebic National, 2005. High Team One Game: Forslund, 766; Texaco, 758; Ironwood Pharmacy, 743; Lindners, 736; Gogebic National, 725. Individual High Three Games: Irene Marander, 521; Mary Ellen Usitalo, 504; Ardith Salo, was escorted down the white carpeted aisle by her fat her, who presented her in marriage. In the bridal procession were Mrs. Carl Geuder, Hoyt Lakes, Minn., sister of the bride, matron of honor; Miss Judy S1' n- ing, Ann Arbor, Miss San d i a McCandless, Detroit, and Mrs. Clarence Maki. Mllwau k e e , bridesmaids, and Linda Geuder, niece of the bride, junior bridesmaid. * « » Attending the brideg room were Lt. Robert Proudfit, Kincheloe AFB, beat man; Lt. A. Marold,- Kincheloe AFB, Donald Peterson, Virginia, Minn., Archie Johnson and James Sto n e mark, brother of the bridegroom, groomsmen, who also performed the duties of ushers. A contemporary silhou e »t e was evident in the design of the bride's silk organza, floor length gown. The fitted bodice was accentuated by length sleeves three - quarter and a Sabrina 489. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Your choice of Ravioli with cheese or meat, Gnocchi, Ho- Made Noodles or Chicken Caccimiore $1.50. — including salad — LIBERTY BELL CHALET Hurley, Wisconsin Two Grace Groups To Meef Thursday Two groups of Grace Lutheran Church will meet Thursday. Hope Group will meet in the church parlors at 2 p.m. with Mrs.. Edwin Anderson and Mrs. Ed Crowley as hostesses. Charity Group will meet at the home of Mrs. Ed Wickman, 320 E. Tamarack St., at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George W. Johns o n will conduct the devoti o n s. Members are asked to bring their hymnals. Appointed Assistant Director of Nursing Mrs. Margaret Wheeler, the former Margaret Hem k e s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemkes, Lake Road, formerly of Wakefield, has been appointed assistant director of nursing at Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital, where she had been a registered nurse since A p r i 1 1960. She Is a graduate of Wakefield High School and St. Mary's School of Nursing. Mrs. Wheeler is the mother of three sons and a daughter, Bill, 16, Margaret, 8, Jeff, 6, and Charlie, 4. Her husband, Kenneth, is employed as a distillation technician at Dow Chemical Company. The appointment was announced by Ruth Trombley, director of nursing at the hospital. Individual High One Game: Irene Marander, 208; Mary Ellen Usitalo, 200; Mary Krizman- Ich, 197. Averages: Mary Ellen Usitalo, 149; Ardith Salo, 138;-Dorothy Bulinski, 137. Perfect attendance: Mary Ellen Usitalo, Ardith Salo, Dorothy Bulinski, Dolores Phi 11 i ps, Antonette Carr. Greatest improvement: WIBC Achievement Award was given neckline outlined with exquisitely carved cotton lace. The modified sheath skirt formed a tiered hemline overskirt, in'turn outlined with the heavily patterned lace. A self-fabric rose embellished the back waistline from which the slim, detachable chapel train flowed. A forward-dipping, re-embroidered lace pillbox with attached organza rose held her bouffant, triple layered veil and blusher of pure silk Illusion. The bride carried a single glamelia with shower of ivy. Soft aqua chiffon Empire frocks were the choice of the matron of honor and four bridal aides. Their slim, aqua floor- length skirts were accented by high rise waistlines encirc 1 e d with moss green velvet ribbon. The all white bodices were embellished with hand appllqued floral motifs and the elbow length sleeves were outlined in moss green ribbon. Custom designed, aqua chiffon pillboxes, contour veiled, short white gloves and dyed to match foot- Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: I am not a| would put into a couple of pots. Bible-waving crank. I'm an av- Besides she says it's for a very, erage American teen-ager who ' ~ '' " J wants to ask you a simple question. What has happened to decent movies? Once upon a time movies had a plot and stars had talent. Today almost any chick with eye- popping curves (and no scuples about who sees them) can be a movie queen provided she has the proper build-up. I believe the least that can be done for the public is to let us know in advance what we are getting into. Too many times I have taken a date to a movie which was advertised as "a rollicking com edy" or a "delightfully gay and witty musical," and instead we saw a vulgar display of half nude morons chasing each other around the bedroom. I am sick of bedroom scenes, bath tub scenes and men and women prancing on beaches with almost nothing on. What can be done to elevate the standards of films and clean up the movies?— DIZZGUZTED Dear Dizz: If enough people complain to the theater managers (in writing) something will good cause. Dad is violently opposed. What is your verdict? — BIO SISTER Dear Big Sister: your Dad. It's an I agree with out and out. (Modem Portrait Photo MRS. RICHARD STONEMARK be done. King. The customer is still to Kathryn Lehto for an improvement of 10 pins. WIBC arm chevrons were given to the first place team, Forslund Lumber Co.—Violet Lutey. Marian Kofka, Micki Sullivan, Mary Ellen Usitalo and Dorothy Bulinski, captain. WIBC High Three Game Series pin was given to Irene Marander. Officers for the 1985-66 season are: President, Irene Marander; vice president, Ardith Salo; secretary, Dolores Phillips; treasurer, Violet Lutey; sergeant at arms, Jennie Cappa. If you want to use potato starch for thickening instead of flour, use a half tablespoon of the starch for every tablespoon of flour called for. SPECIAL! \ SPECIAL OCCASION COUPON 5x7 ENLARGEMENT IN BEAUTIFUL FOLDER A perfect gift from your black/whit* negative. Offer expires June 30. 1965 reg. 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Walker and daughter, Kincheloe. wear completed their ensembles, * « ft A wedding reception, at which the bride and bridegroom received 200 guests, was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. After a 10 days' wedding trip to the British West Indies, Lt. and Mrs. Stonemark will be at home at Kincheloe Air Force Base, where Lt. Stonemark is a weather officer. The bride, a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, attended Gogebic Community College and Northland College, Ashland, and before her marriage was a stewardess for North Central Airlines. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same high school, is a 1962 graduate of Michigan Technological University, Houghton. Central 1st Grade Presents Program The first grade children of Central School, entertained their mothers at a Mother's Day program Friday, May 7. The following numbers were included: Stories: Little Frisky Goat- Robert Lanctoe, Randy Baross. Ramon Alexandronl; Chicken Little—Eugene Fabbri, Richard King, William Soltis, Vincent Ursini, Morris Sparks; Chippy Chipmunk—Glen Bertlni, James Oliver, Sharon Bianchi, Lyn Taskila. The Fox. ang the Crab—Jane Kapitan, Nancy Mazurek, John Pozega; Taper Tom— Bonnie Heilig, Janette Palkola, Christine Meier, Sandy . Bach and; The Friendly Tiger— B r e n d a Johnson, Janice Hay, Russ e 11 Benney. Group recitation, A Plea; group songs—My Mother, Helping Mother, Mother's Day; dances—Kinderpolka, Shoemaker's Dance, Virginia Reel, Gustaf's Skoal, Minuet. Each mother was given a corsage and other gifts from the children Dear Ann Landers: At this very moment there is a terrific argument raging in our living room. My mother and dad are really jping at it. Here are the facts and I'd like your opinion —fast. My 11-year-old sister is in a play being sponsored by our church group. The kids are selling tickets for 50 cents each. My parents are having a poker party next week. Moth e r thinks it would be all right if my sister went around the table and asked the guests if they would like to buy a ticket or two. Mom says the price of a ticket Is no more than what a person clobber and the guests would have a right to resent it. •ft <f it Dear Ann Landers: Do you think it is possible for a person to be too kind-hearted for her own good? Well, right now I could kick myself for being Little Goody Two Shoes. Please tell me how to unwind this mcsfc and I promise I will never do anyone a favor again as long as I live. I had to leave town with my folks two weeks ago. This meant. I couldn't go to the big DeMo- lay dance so I asked my Numero Uno, Chris, to please take my cousin Beatrice, who never has a date to anything. (I even let her wear my dress!) Well, Chris and Beatrice have been like glued together ever since. There must be a side to my cousin Beatrice that I didn't know about. She keeps thanking me for "changing her wh o 1 e life." My whole life is changed, too. I'm sitting home like an old maid. Chris hasn't said anything but I expect the "nice tc have known you" routine any minute. How can I get my boy friend back?— MISS NUT HEAD Dear Miss: If cousin Beatrice was able to do such a slick job of getting Chris interested in her he must have been plenty ripe for the picking. You can't keep a guy locked up and blindfolded. If It hadn't been Beatrice it would have been another gal. Accept the realities and cast again. 6 6 Confidential to A PIECE OF 150 Women, GirJs At Sleight Banquet One hundred and fifty mothers and daughters attended the mother-daughter banquet held recently at the Sleight School. The members of the Girls Patrol were honored guests. Included were Kim Melchiori, Jo Ellen Rowe, Susan Rokser, Audrey Erickson, Darlene Hewitt, Dawn Stutz. Barbara Toivonen. Pamela Minkin, Susan Stran d,. Jane Carlson and Debbie Trombley. The program included selections by the Dragsters, a dance band combo: Jim English, Dennis Mack, Peter Strand, David Lucas and Jim Sisko, Sleig h t sixth graders; three selections by a high school freshman girls ensemble: Lindyce Eckst r o m , Kathy Elsemore, Dolly J e r i k, Debbie McDonald, Sally DeSo- nia, Joan Manki, Mary Rose Cossi, Diane Meyer and Sandy Sisko, accompanied by Edwin Quistorff, and a reading by Mrs. I Paul Kending and daughter, Kathy. The diner was served by men of Sleight School Parent- Teacher Association with James Wicklund as general chairman. Father-Son Banquet HeJd Tuesday Night A father and son banquet was held at Sleight School Tuesday night with 120 in attendance. A turkey dinner was served by the mothers.! The program included selections by the Dragsters, a Sleight School group; a magic act, accordion selection by Gary Lucas, a message by the Rev. Robert Machette and a film. Honored at the event were the members of the Sleight Boys' Patrol, namely, Scott Rand a 11, Jim Sisko, David Cossi, Dennis Mack, Jeffery Wertanen, Gary Lindner, Robert Johnson, Joseph Belaney, Curt Jokela, Michael Zak, David Lucas, Joseph Barbara, James English, Rusty Lehocky, Robert Carlson, Robert Tollefson, Joseph Rok s e r, Daniel Fredrickson, Eric Anderson, Kevan Moreland, Gary Anderson, Mick Jacobs, Ro b e r t Wicklund; sub, Mark Lindberg and David Minkin. Jaycees Sponsoring A Teen-Age Dance The Gogebic Range Jaycees are sponsoring a teen-age dance Saturday, May 15, from 8:30 10 12 midnight at the Ironw o o d National Guard Armory. Music will be furnished by a Superior dance band. There will be an admission charge. Mother's Day Event At Covenant Church About 70 were in attendance at the Mother's Day pot luck supper and program held at the Bethany Covenant Church Sunday night. After the supper, served at tables decorated with spring-li k e decorations and lighted tap er s, a program was enjoyed. It consisted of singing in unl son, readings, selections by a children's group and the Women's Chorus and a talk by Mrs. Ralph Dirksen about "Mary, the Mother of Jesus." The Rev. Ralph Dirksen gave the benediction. Mrs. Luther Anderson, president of the Dorcas Society, which sponsored the event gave the welcome and presented gifts. Mrs. Claus Erickson, the oldest mother present, received a floral arrangement, and Mrs. Kenneth Mattson, the youngest mother present, received a rose bowl with two roses. A social time followed the program. MY MIND: Thanks a lot, but I don't think you should have given me the last piece. Your letter was a rare combination of bigotry and nonsense, a * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright. 1965. Field Enterprises, Inc. CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank Rev. Thomas Schultz, Dr. Rex Harrington, Ruth Circle, Garden Club, Altar Society, Relatives, Neighbors and Friends for their loyal sincere friendship and help shown us during the illness and death of Our Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Sister, Martha Warpula. ' John Warpula Daughters, Brother Carl Kaartonen and Granddaughters. When you are making cocoa from scratch, add a dash of salt and a little vanilla. 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 wife and sister, Emma Kari. We are grateful to the Rev. T. A. Schultz for his comforting words, to the Mrs. Rachel Kangas and Laura Neimi for their music, to the pallfearers, to those who sent flowers and those who offered the use of their cars. Mr. Emil Kari • Sweet Spring-Timers by A bewitching way to look at bed-time . . . 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