Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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The World of Women THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965. HVI (Kenny*! Studio Photo) MRS. JOSEPH A. WALTA Bruce Crossing Unit Lists New Officers The Auxiliary to He n r y A Holoppa Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, held election of officers at the Post Home, Bruce Crossing, and named officers for the year 1965-66. The following officers were installed May 10: President, Mamie Honk a nen senior ^ice president, Lem p Niemi; junior vice president Dorothy Binder; treasurer, Lem pi Syria; secretary, Irene Teske (appointed); conductress, Jerda Mesowski; guard, Myrtle Mey ers; trustee—three years, Betty Nippa; two years, Aune Kors man; one year, Esther Korri patriotic instructor, Lempi Nie mi; color bearers, Aune Kors man, Seeri Nordine, Dorot h y Binder, Lorraine Moll, historian Esther Kananen; flag bearer Helen Nippa; musician. Bett Nippa. Lempi Syria was the installing officer. Jerda Mesowski entertain e d with vocal selections. Hostess for the meet i n g was Mary Jane Kurtti. oAnn E. Mattson Ariti J. Walta Wed JoAnn Elizabeth Matt son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eino Mattson, Iron Belt, and Joseph Arthur Walta Jr., son of Joseph Walta, also of Iron Belt, were united in marriage Saturd a y . May 8, at 2:30 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Iron Belt. The Rev. Theodore C. redoehl read the vows and of- iciated at the nuptial service. The bride, given in marriage >y her father, chose a two piece beige suit and all white accessories. A yellow orchid with green net backing formed her corsage. Mrs. Philip Olson was Miss Mattson's matron of honor and the only attendant. She wore yellow two piece suit with white accessories. Kurtis Kivi was Mr. Walta's best man and serving as ushers were Robert Mattson, broth e r of the bride, and Wendy Elio. A reception, at which the bride and bridegroom greeted 150 guests, was held at the Mayfair Hall, Iron Belt. Mr. and'Mrs. Walta are residing in Milwaukee, where he is employed by the T. L. Smith Co. Both attended the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley. Wo Square Dance at Sleight This Week Hiawatha Squares Dance Club will not have a dance this week it was announced today. Squar dancers are encouraged to at tend the Spring Square Dan c Festival at Ondossagon H i g 1 School, Ashland, Sunday, Ma; 16. Dancing will be from 2 to p.m. with Chet and Nell Brau er calling. MICHAELS' UNENS-GIFTS-JEWELRY 114 S. Suffolk—Phone 932-1113 Your S 4 H Green Stamp Redemption Center Lily of the Valley Rebekahs To Host District 38 Meeting Lily of the Valley Rebekah Lodge will be host to District 38 Rebekahs Saturday, May 15. Lodges from Ishpeming, Marquette and Ironwood will be represented. The meeting will open at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Oarfield Moon, District president, presiding. Mrs. Hazel Jensen, M a r - quette, is vice president, and Mrs. Betty Anderson, Ishpeming, Is secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Adelia Rowe, Rebekah Assembly president, and Mrs. Gertrude Nicholls, assem b 1 y chaplain, will be in attendance. The meeting will be ope n e d Group Honored at Eastern Star Meet Past matrons and past patrons of the Order of Eastern Star were guests of honor at a meeting of Aurora Chapter, OES, Tuesday night. Mrs. Ralph Mickelson, a past matron, and mother of Mrs. George Olson, worthy matr o n, was escorted to the East to sit with her daughter during the meeting and ceremony. As a Mother's Day message Mrs Olson read a poem entitled "What Is a Mother" by Frederick E. Krause. The past matrons and past patrons were escorted to the Easl and welcomed, after which each one gave her or his name and the term of their office. A ceremony, "The Four Season,' was presented by the worthy matron and the five star points Each one was presented with £ gift from Aurora Chapter. During the business meeting it was announced that memb ers of the chapter are invited to r 4 -tend a reception in honor it Mrs. Mildred Smith, Grand Electa of the Grand Chapter of Wisconsin, OES, to be held by the Mellen Chapter May 22. An invitation was also recei v e d from the Minnewasca Chapt e r, Gladstone, to attend a reception honoring Rose Loomis, grand committee woman, on June 11. After the meeting a soc i a 1 hour was enjoyed and lunch was served by Mrs. Leonard Lars o n and Mrs. Elmer Newman, cochairmen, assisted by Mrs. Arne Carlborn, Mrs. Robert Dixon, Mrs. Henry Fosmoe, Mrs. Gordon Johnson, Mrs. Milton Johnson, Mrs. Ernest Lutey, Mrs. E. A. Manthey, Mrs. H.M. Myrin, Mrs. Richard Hadw 1 c k, Mrs. Fred May, Mrs. F. J. Hager, Mrs. Jessie Tollefson and the Misses Mabel Pickard and Elizabeth Holemo. Mrs. Emil Leino had charge of decorations. A bouquet of spring flowers was on the serving table and bouquets of wild flowers were on the tables. Serving on hospitality were Mrs. Victor Dayharsh and Mrs. Hjalmar Ekman, past matrons. SCHOLARSHIP — B a rb a r a Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips, 126 W. Michigan Ave., has been awarded the St. Ambrose Student Council Scholarship. Since 1962 the student council has been sponsoring a $50 award annually to a worthy member of the graduating class. Other recipients of this award were: Michael Buda in 1962, Rita Pach- mayer. in 1963 and Paula Minkin in 1964. Barbara took a leading part irt the class play this year. She was a delegate to the SUMMA at Milwaukee in February. Her extra-curricular activities include bowling, choir, glee club, student librarian, sodality and Saintinel staff. Miss Phillips will enter Stout University, Menomonie, Wis., in the fall. She plans to major in home economics ,in preparation for a teaching career. •FOOD SHOPS, Inc.- Skinless Wieners Walter Meyers Ib. 99' Beef Chuck Rst. 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This year's king is Wayne Petterson, son of Mr. and Mrs Rudy Petterson; and the queen is Joan Basso, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank Basso. Other members of the court of honor include David Kelly and Char lotte Bouillon, king and' queen o last year's prom, who will crown the royal couple at midnight at which time the grand march will take place. Spectators are welcome in the balcony and a small admission fee will be charged. Selling tickets at the door will be Frances Koleski and Christine Dain. Serving punch will be Kristine Kuker and Mar jean Newberg Checking coats will be Julann Caron and Luanne Lloyd. and closed by the Lily of the Valley Lodge. During the business session Northern Queen Rebekah Lodge will put on the memorial service; Peninsular R bekah Lodge will exemplify •Women of the Bible," and Liy of the Valley Lodge, "T h e Garden of Three Golden Links and the Obligation Ceremony." Dinner will be served at Bethany Covenant Church at 5:30 ).m. The following program will >e given: Skit, Ishpeming; "A Whistling Solo," Mrs. Clara Xich, Marquette; reading, "My Son," Diane Ovaska. During the evening sess i o n The Lord's Prayer in C a n- dies" will be given by Lily of the Valley Lodge. Lunch will be served by the host lodge after the evening meeting. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems BRIDE-ELECT—Mr. and Mrs. Eino J. Haataja, Virginia, Minn., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lynn Kathleen, to Donald G. Peterson, son of'Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Peterson, Michigan Avenue. The wedding is'to take place in the First Methodist Church, Virginia, on May 15. (McKenna Studio Photo) Church Events Salem/Lutheran. Mrs. James Jensen iand Miss Emmy Lou Jensen will be hostesses at the meeting of the Martha Guild Friday< at 2 p.m. in fellows h i p hall. Trinity Lutheran. The Junior and Senior Catechism Classes will meet Saturday at 9 and 10 a.m., respectively. Immanuel Lutheran, Little Girl's Point. The Junior Catechism Class will meet Saturday at 9 a.m. at Trinity Church, Ironwood. St. Michael's Catholic. A rummage sale will be held in the church basement Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. All articles of merchandise will be sold at 5 cents each. Finnish Service at Zion Sunday at 1 Finnish services will be he 1 d Sunday at 1 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church with the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg officiating. Lunch will be served by Mrs. John Kyrola and Mrs. Eric Kettula after the services. NAACP Head Resigns KALAMAZOO (AP)—Mrs. Edmond Overton, an employe at Kalamazoo State Hospital, resigned Tuesday from her post as president of the Kalamazoo chapter, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Delegates Named at VFW Auxiliary Meet Delegates and alternates to the department convention in Lansing were elected at the meeting of the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Monday night. Mrs. Anton Comparin, Mrs. Kate Osborne and Mrs. John Hocking are delegates and Mrs. Mildred Gustafson, Mr*. John Brottlund and Mrs. Wilbur Kilponen are delegates. Mrs. Sophie DeRosia is a delegate by virtue of her office as president. Poppy Days have been set for May 20, 21 and 22. Mrs. Gustafson is chairman of the sale. Memorial services were c o n- ducted for deceased members. The inspection report from the district president, Patricia Allen, which complimented the auxiliary work, was read. Chairmen, who gave reports, were Mrs. John Rundquist, historian and membership; Mrs. Ernest Kent, Americanism; Mrs. William Lindbohm, community service; Mrs. Comparin, Civil Defense; Mrs. Gustafson, Poppy Days. Mrs. William Cloon Sr., legislative chairman, reported on all the mail sent to President Johnson and about the veterans who marched in Washington protesting the closing of Veterans hospitals. The President is now making a study of this, and a c o m m i 11 ee appointed by the President will report to h i m on June 1. Mrs. Stanley Grenda, National Home chairman, reported that 11 from the home will be graduated from high school in June. All will attend college. Three of the graduates are from Michigan. The daughter of the home's manager recently won a $1,50C scholarship and was n a m e-d Michigan's winner in a contest and will now compete for a $5,000 scholarship. Cars will be available for members who attend the Memorial Day services and wish to ride in the parade. Auxiliary officers will be installed Monday, May 24. After the meeting, a film, "The Million Club," was shown by Mrs. Jennie Hoffner, Bessemer, Gogebic County Cancer Society education chairman. She distributed pamphlets and later told of the many articles that are available to local cane e r patients. She may be contacted for aid. She said money collected In cancer fund drives is well spent. Lunch was served to Mrs. Frank Begalle, chairman; Mrs. Sophie DeRosia, Mrs. S. J. Cobb, Mrs. Cloon and Mrs. Axel Ten- len. GRAND GRADUATE the Highest Quality at Fastest Film Developing »r Black & White RANGE PHOTO SERVICE rt Help — Free Perking 150 at Wesley Tea Held Monday Night One hundred and fifty attended the Mother-Daughter Tea s p o n- sored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Wesley Methodist Church Monday night. Grace was sung after which a dinner was served by the men of the congregation. After the dinner, Mrs. N. J. Warren led the group in community singing. Mrs. J. B. Chappell accompanied at the piano. Mrs. Frank Leineke, mistress of ceremonies, gave a welcome to both young and old. Mrs. Ernest Jacobson, president of the WSCS, presented a gift to Mrs. Frances Shouldice, the oldest mother present, and to the youngest daughter present, Jody Lindner, 13 months old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron aid Lindner. A skit, "As Thy Days,." presented by Mrs. M. J. Benn e 11 and her mother, Mrs. W. L. Burns, was interspersed with music played by Burna Bennett and a hymn which was sung by Miss Phyllis Hulstrom. A group o: 11 Missionary Girls, accompanied by Miss Bennett, sang three numbers: O Worship the King," "Old Woman" and "Sing Your Way Home." Mrs. Lila Cox is the leader of this group. Miss Hulstrom sang the familiar and lovely solo, "The Holy City," with Miss Bennett as accompanist. The speaker of the even ing was Mrs. Harry Stone, whose topic was entitled "Three Little Words." Her talk, which was well received, ended with these words: "Mothers, daughters and grandmothers can eventually understand each other, even though there is sometimes a time lag. For the immediate future, hind-sight and good memory and fore-sight and Imagination can help all. All must have patience and willingness to explain and to listen." The evening concluded with the group singing "He Has the Whole World in His Hands" and "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," followed by the benediction by Mrs. Jacobson. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Pederson, Montevideo, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, to David Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson, Erwin Township. Sandra is a 1963 graduate of Milan High School and is working at Honda Motors, Minneapolis. David is a 1964 graduate of Luther L. Wright High School and is working at Donaldson's in Minneapolis. No wedding date has been set. Suomi Alumni Event Sunday The Suomi College Alumni will have a social and tea in St. Paul Lutheran Church parlors Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. There will be a special exhibit of Finnish wall hangings. Richard Hill of the teaching staff and the alumni secretary of Suomi College will show a filmstrip seve r a 1 times during the afternoon about life on the campus of the college. Mrs. Waino Lahti, Iron River, will also have her fine exhibit of Finnish wall hangings on display. Others of the area will also have several "tankanas" to exhibit. A "takana" is a finely designed and woven wool cloth with pictures or designs suitable to display on either side when hung in a home. All persons are welcome to the social, Earl Jacobson, president of the Gogebic Chapter of Suomi College Alumni, has announced. Dear Ann Landers: I am not trying to pass myself off as a perfect wife. I have my faults the same as anyone else. But I am not simple-minded and I do have my pride. My husband is very fussy about what I pack for his lunch I try to send him off every day with a bucket that is nourishing and tasty. Several weeks ago I forgot to put mustard on his pastr a m 1 sandwiches and the way that man carried on you would have thought I had tried to poison him Now he pulls the lunches apart and checks. Then 1 have to put everything back together and repack it. He hasn't found anything to complain about since the mus tard Incident, but he keeps tearing up his lunches just to make me feel inferior. Of course I get mad and yell at him and he yells back and we start off everyday with a fight. How can this be stopped?—SUB-NORMAL Dear S-N: Tell your husband you will write a list of everything you plan to put in his lunch bucket and that you will check it off as it goes in. Then he can look at the list and leave the lunch alone. Some wives don't want to put a lunch together once, let al o n e twice. It is inconsiderate of him to double your work. ft ft ft Dear Ann Landers: I am writ ing in regard to "Rattled Rob ert"—the boy whose father in sists that he make busine s s calls on the telephone. The boy Is supposed to find the numbe and get the party on the line Then his father comes to the phone. The boy said he hated tc do it and asked you if it was fair You said "Yes. It is fair, and i is also good training." I am 14, too, and I know how this kid must feel. Foolish is the only word I can think of. agree it might be good trainim but I don't think the man shoul train his son at the expense o business people. Also, if the bo can't think of anything to say th ather should tell him.— ANOTHER RATTLED TEEN ACER Dear Rattled One: Many adults, as well as teens, wrote to gripe about my advice I ven heard from a telep hone company supervisor who said It ' was not "good manners to im-/ pose children on business associates." Sorry, friends, but a 14-year- old is no child. A 14-year- cfl d should be able to say, "Good evening, Mr. Swanson. This is Robert Klienpell. I'm calling for my father. Will you hold on for ust a moment, please?" The father should take over Instantly and not expect the boy ;o make small talk with Mr. Swanson. I should have made this point clear in my advice. * ft A Dear Ann Landers: I never thought I'd have to write to you jut my husband has a habit that is driving me to distraction. Jake works the late shift. He leaves for work at 11:20 p.m. Every night as he walks out the door he says, "Bye, Honey. Go to bed." Where else does he think I could go at that hour? Every time he says that dumb farewell I feel like knocking his head off. How can I get him to break the habit? —SCREAMING MIMI Dear Mimi: You'll never get him to break the habit, but you can reduce your own irritability by having, a different reply for him every night—and the nuttier the better. 6 ft ft Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your prob 1 e m s. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright 1885, Field Enterprise!. ln«. CSS Advisory Board Meet Held Tuesday The Catholic Social Services Advisory Board met May 11 at the St. James Hotel. Members present were David McDonald, Anton Landretti, Bern a r d Krause, Mrs. Frank M i o ni, Msgr. Joseph Dunleavy, Ironwood, Mrs. Thomas Hawley, Ontonagon, Mrs. Reeves, Rockland, the Rev. Louis Cappo, Ramsay, Mrs. Reno Pesavento and Mrs. Leone Mazanec, Bessemer. Absent were Dr. Donald Davidson, Bessemer, and Dr. J. R. Franck, Wakefield. Guest speaker was Kenne t h Bray, Catholic Social services professional worker. The CSS Advisory Board acts on a liaison between the public and Catholic Social Service. Services of the board include marriage counseling, adopt i ons, aid for delinquent children, unwed mothers and various other problems. Bray spoke on the great need for an office in this area. He has his office at Laurium, but devotes several days a month to this area with offices in the Knights of Columbus Building, Vaughn Street. An office with a full time professional case worker, which is In great demand, would solve many of these problems of Catholics and non-Catholics, too. Plans are in the making to establish such an office In the area soon. The next meeting of the Advisory board will be held in Ontonagon in June with the Rev. Fr. LeVere, Catholic Social Service director, for the purpose of carrying out this important work. If you don't mind doing kitchen knife work, hollow out some good size radishes and fill with sweet butter or cheese spread. From the French cuisine comes the combination of radishes and butter. Program Given at Ewen LCW Meeting The general meeting of the Lutheran Church Women of First Lutheran Church, Ewen, was held May 4 with Ruth Moilanen in charge. •' Hope Circle had charge of the program, which was based on a Mother's Day theme. Readings about ' Biblical mothers were given and group singing was en- Joyed; At the business session it was noted that Esther Jurmo had made 20 hospital gowns to be sent overseas. Five members of the LCW attended a district meeting held at Ashland May 1 and Barbara Fleming gave a report on the meeting. Stationary carrying a printed picture of First Lutheran Church is available through the LCW. A committee was appointed to plan menus and to assign work groups for the 50th anniversary dinner and coffee. Monday, May 17, was set as the date to wrap and tie clothing and bandages for World Relief. The meeting closed with a song and benediction. ON ANY OF OUR FINE CHINA SETS... In 57 PC. Service for 8 PRICED REGULARLY AT $49.95 or $59.95 JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kresge Bldg. Iranwood Ph. 932-2432 - GARDEN SPECIALS The curtain it going up on the- moat popular. Consumer offer Wake GRADE A LARGE that Wakefield Co-op Market hat ever had! INTERIOR LATEX Super EGGS • 39° PAINT ^^^^ ^^^^ flriA* in 1A •*«I•*•*•«» HILLS BROS. COFFEE 3 ,b t H. | Real country eating— DONUTS DOZ. PKG. dries in 30 minutes, with no objectionable odor . white or colors. Gal. 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