Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 14, 1965 · Page 23
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 23

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 14, 1965
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1965. SEVEN ?ange Duplicate Bridge Club To Conduct Sectional Tourney EASY TO KNIT TEEN SIZES 8-18 5118-N EASY-RIB SHELL! — This "poorboy" shell is worked in easy-rib knitting and will delight the young set! Make it in white or her favorite color! Pattern No. 5118-N has knit directions—teen-sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 inclusive. To order, send 35c In coins to: Anne Cabot, 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 how for your new '65 Spring-Summer Album I Regular features; custom collection Items to crochet, knit, stitch! Church Events Jehovahs Witnesses. A ministry will be held Thursday night at 7 and the service meeting will be held at 8. Watersmeet — Baptist. Midweek services will be held Thursday night at 7. St. Luke's Lutheran. Anniver- ;ary committees will meet Thursday night at 7:30. Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal. The Vestry will meet ;onight at 6:30, and the Parish Planning Council will meet at 7:30, directly following the Ves- ;ry meeting. All members of the Vestry and two members of each organization of the church are expected to attend the Parish Planning Council meet. Trinity Lutheran. The Walther Leaguers will leave from the church at 3 p.m. Thursday to go to Little Girl's Point for an outing. Luncheon committee members are Marcia VanLikeren, Lynn Puisto and Terry Pumala. Salvation Army. The Ladies Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. The Range Duplicate Bridge Hub will conduct its first Sec- ;ional Tournament this weekend at the Big Fowdernorn Mountain Ski Chalet, it was announced today by Mrs. John Wernham, president of the club. The tournament is sponsored by the Wisconsin-Upper Mich- gan Bridge Association and the American Contract Bridge League. Invitiations have been sent to clubs in .Wisconsin, Minnesota and Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada as well as all of the clubs in the Upper Peninsula of Michi- Club Activities The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will have a picnic meet i n g Thursday night at 7:30 at the Lake Superior summer home o Mrs. Norman Kellett. Members desiring transportation are asked to contact Mrs. Alex Bielawski, president, phone 932-0777 by 4 p.m. Thursday. Assisting Mrs. Kellett with luncheon arrangements will be Mrs. George Stu- lac. Porch Lunch By CECILY BROWNSTONE Stuffed egg and vegetable salad bread basket, apricot nog, cookies. APRICOT NOG 2 large eggs 2 teaspoons sugar Dash of salt 1 pint milk (2 cups) 1 can (12 ounces) apricot nectar In a large mixing bowl, beat the eggs until thick and ivory color. Add sugar, salt, milk and apricot nectar; -beat until thoroughly combined. Pour into tall glasses and serve at once. Makes 1 Quart—enough for 4 servings. Reports Given at Meet Monday Night Reports by the follow i n g chairmen were given at the meeting of the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Auxiliary Monday evening: Historian, Mrs. John Rundquist; Civil Defense, Mrs. Anton Comparin; Americanism, Mrs. Ernest Kent. Mrs. Carl Kaartunen, hospital chairman, urged members to write letters to representatives concern! n g hospital closings. Mrs. Stanley Grenda, reported that the National Home is proud of its youthful firefighters who helped fight two fires during the year The department i s composed of boys residing at the home, headed by staff member, Dennis Martin, who is also recreation director. One fire involved the barn of a young man who was a graduate of the home. The Lansing Auxiliary recently entertained 40 girls from the home at a mother-daughter banquet. The men of the post served the meal and took care of the kitchen duties. The new Life Building was dedicated July 11 and the carnival will be held July 18. Mrs Grenda stated that the department publicity chairm a n said that more complete annual reports were sent in, the press books were better and the news clippings more complete thus making bigger strides forward in 1965 It >vas reported that Mrs. Walter Suliin had donated the flower box which stands in front of the club rooms. The treasurer's bond was sent ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Ells, Minocqua, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Charlene, to Dennis Haanpaa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Haanpaa, Long Grove, 111., formerly of Montreal. Miss Van Ells is a 1965 graduate of Lakeland High School and is working at Seller's Super Valu, Woodruff. Dennis is a student at Utah State University. During the summer he ii working for the Conservation Department at Woodruff, Wis. Births Dorow. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dorow, Rt. 2, Ironwood, a son July 13 at Grand View Hospital Sobolewski. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph E. Sobolewski, Milwaukee, a son, Lee Patrick, July 11. Mrs. Sobolewski is the form er Joan Canalia pi Hurley, anc Mr. Sobolewski is the son o f Mrs. Ben Sobolewski, 451 Lake Ave., Ironwood. Polly's Pointers for. The charter was draped for Past Department President, Clyda Trangmar, who died May 27. She had visited Ironwood on several occasions. Lunch was served by Mrs. Mildred Gustafson from a table centered with garden flowers and lighted tapers. There will be no social meeting this month. Ritter-Rundquist Nuptials Announced Mr. and Mrs. Hoy t Ritter, Mer cer, announce the marriage o their daughter, Kathleen Lynn to Charles Rundquist, son of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Rundquist Vaughn Street. They were mar ried June 12 at the Christ Methodist Church, St. Paul, with the Rev. Frederich Krueger officiating. Attendants were Susan Frick, St. Paul, and Dennis Hauswirth, Hurley. Out of town guests included the parents, brothers and sisters of the bride and bridegroom and the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. Rena Ritter, Mercer, and Mrs. Eva Knuthsen, Philadelphia. A dinner followed the nuptial service. Mrs. Rundquist is a graduate of the Mercer High School and is now assistant copywriter in the Advertising Department of ;he Minnesota Mining Manufacturing Company, St. Paul. The bridegroom, a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, is a senior at River Falls State University, River Falls, Wis., majoring in education. Mr. and Mrs. Rundquist are residing at 2210 E. South Ave., North, St. Paul, Minn. By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—Many of us have old paintings and pictures that have been replaced by : new ones but still have sentimental meaning. Do not discard them especially if they are fram e d with glass and wooden frames. They will make beautiful serving strays and even small ones can be used for snack trays. Clean and freshen the frame with enamel or gilt, screw a handle to each end and glue a cork mat or rubberized place mat to the back. Serve your guests with pride. Very large pictures can make attractive and useful coffee tables. Have a carpenter (or handy husband) make a sturdy back for the frame and four strong legs. You can still enjoy the picture as it is always on display as the table top.—LILLIAN Dear Polly—I was ready to put the hem up in a dress and could not find the pins. A roll of gummed plastic tape was close at hand so I used it and was more than pleased with the results. After stitching the binding on I placed the dress, wrong side out, on the ironing board and used short pieces (four to six inches) of tape to hold it in place. When the hem was turned up and taped all around, I then pressed the lower edge. I was careful not to touch the tape with Your Crowning Glory A flattering coiffure can do more for your morale than all the diamonds in Africa! See one of the four expert beauticians for the hiardo to bring out the loveliest you . . . CHARM BEAUTY SALON Complete Hair Coloring Service Four expert beauticians on hand to serve your beauty needs. DIAL -932-0221 Above the Metropolitan Ins. Co. Offices on Suffolk St. PLASTIC TAPE HOLDS HEM IN PLKCE HE*. the iron. Next the hem was whipped in place by hand and there were no pins in the way and the tape was easy to remove as I worked. When the sewing was finished, the hem was al ready pressed and there were no pins to make holes in the fabric or basting threads to pul out. This is a neat and time-sav ing way to hem any garmen but especially good for materials gan. Reservations to play iiave already been received fron man of these clubs. Schedule of events for the tournament will be- Mixed pairs (one man and one women making up each pain, one session beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, July 16; open pairs, two sessions beginning at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday July 17. The entry ,fee for the Saturday session will cover the cost of the smorgasbord to be served at the chalet between bridge sessions that day. On Sunday, July 18, beginning at 1 p.m. there will be one session of teams of four play. Trophies will be awarded to those placing first or second in any event. Master points also will be given awards at all events. The trophies may be seen in he window of the McKevitt, Kershner Patrick Company store his week until Friday noon when hey will be moved to the site of the tournament. Committees working on the arrangements and running of the ;ournament are as follows: Mrs. Wernham, tournament chairman; Mrs. B.D. Kennedy and Howard Willson, publicity; Mrs. ~!lbin Strom, reservations; Ray Quady, trophies; Mrs Joseph Barbera and Mrs. Joe Rice, jartnership arrangements; and yir. and Mrs. John Fox, Mr. and Vlrs. Michael Shawbit?;, and the Misses Pearl Abraham and Mary Hambley, hospitality. The director at the sessions will be Mrs. John Fourness of Appleton, Wis. Duplicate bridge is contract bridge at its best, where competition is keenest and is ever trowing in popularity, in most iountries of the world. Master points are awarded to participants who place in the top four or five positions in any event, be it tournament or regular weekly play. These master points are registered, in this country, with the American Contract Bridge League, New York, and qualify the player as a master, a national master, or a life master, depending upon the number of points he has won. The game of duplicate was started in Ironwood by Bob Riley, in May 1956, with from six to eight tables in play each week at the Luther L. Wright High School. About one year later the group became affiliated with the American Con tract B rid g e League, and the practice o f awarding master points to high scorers was begun. Today the Range Duplicate Bridge Club meets regularly on Wednesday nights in the American Legion clutarooms, and has an average of 12 tables in play each week. Wayne Melchiori is game director at these sessions. Wesley Methodist to Have Special Service The Wesley Methodist Church will conduct a worship service regularly Thursday evenings at 7:30 throughout the remainder of July and all of August states the Rev. Frank R. Leineke, pastor of the church. The purpose of this extra service is to provide an opportunity to attend a worship service for those who for various reasons either do not or cannot attend the worship service on Sunday. Those attending this service are encouraged to attend in casual dress. This extra service is a special program of the commission o n membership and evangel i s m whose chairman is Lloyd Wertanen. MRS. JOHN A. ALLEN Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. John H. Peterson of Lansing are vacation! n g in which pin" holes show or with ! ne re with relatives and friends. threads that pull easily. This metho dis good to use when placing pockets evenly on shirts or dresses.—HELEN Dear Polly—When I am ironing a large tablecloth or curtains, I place the ironing board near the stair railing and, as I iron, the curtain or whate v e r drops down over the railing into the stair well and stays smooth.—MRS. R. K. Girls—This is a smooth trick for those of you with two- story houses and a solid stairway.—POLLY Dear Polly—I made a padded coat hanger for my husband's tweed jacket with supplies at hand. I took a pair of his old socks and turned in the tops so the toes were padded and then slipped them over the ends of a wire hanger. Where they joined, I made a few stitches with a needle and thread.—C.S.P. fouth Rides Ferris Wheel for 14 Days SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Jim Bakich, 19, a San Jose City Col- ege freshman, today claimed a world record on the ferris wheel — 14 days of continual revolu- ion. The student slept, ate, lis- ened to a radio and talked on a phone while aboard the ferris wheel gondola, located in a San Jose amusement park. He stag- ;ered slightly as he landed Tuesday, but said he was feeling fine. SALE PLAYTEX DRESS-EEZ BABY PANTS 1C Reg. 69c each-Save 39c SNAP-ON « NOW2««$149 lRONWpbr> PHAR^C^ ^ "Your friendly f molly wrug store" !, > S.Suffolk St. Ironowod ! - - ' '^Ph* 932-1610 Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . . send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Pointers. Couple Finally Has Boy After 26 Years JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — After 26 years it's finally aoy for Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Roberts, Jacksonville. Mrs. Roberts, 42, gave birth to her first boy last week. The couple has 10 daughters aged 3 ;o 24 and two granddaughters The baby was named Douglas D. Roberts Jr. Because heat and light destroy nutrients in milk, nutrition ists recommend that milk — after being bought or deliv ered — be refrigerated a t once And don't let that milk con tainer sit around on a kitchen counter when you have taken i out of the refrigerator; use the milk you need and return the container to the refrigerator. In Loving Memory Of Carl Lahii, husband and father who passed away two years ago July 14. 1963: Wonderful memories woven in gold. This .is the'picture we tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts your memory kept To love, cherish and never forget. Loved, Lost and Always Remembered by His Wife, Ina and Children 'hey also attended the funeral i Mr. Peterson's aunt, Mrs. Talaska. Barbara Aili Bride Of John A. Allen In an evening ceremony at Trinity Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor, Saturday, June 26, Miss Barbara Noreen Aili, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Aili, Westwood Avenue, Ann Arbor and John Arthur Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Allen Farmington, repeated their nuptial vows. The Rev. Richard Preis officiated at the double ring ceremony. The Ailis are former Ironwood residents. The bride chose a cotillion gow of organza over taffeta stylec with a bolero-type bodice • of Venise lace and a chapel train A five-tiered veil was attached to the headdress of organza flowers. Roses, mums , and ivy formed her bouquet. ,' Miss Kerry Wappula was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss JoAnn MacDonald and Mrs John Johnson. The bride's sis ter, Brenda Aili, was junior bridesmaid. Attending the groom as best man was John Hackstedde, Warren, O., and groomsmen were Tom Allen, the bridegroom's brother, and John Johnson. Kenneth Jones and Norman Cedar, Farmington, seated the guests. William Aili, the bride's brother, was ringbearer. The wedding reception was held at the American Legion Hall, Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Allen are residing at Apt. E-10, Pine Grove Terrace, Ypsilantl. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. Ada Estola, May Street, and Mrs. Lempi Aili, Route 1, both of whom were at the wedding. Others from this area who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Eino Koivunen and Mrs. Sofia Housio- maa of Ironwood and Mr. and Mrs. Nilo Maenpaa of Hurley. Ann Landers . .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: You said' The 7-year-old asked my hus- n a column recently that a band if he could take his shoes mother who streaked her 16- off and walk in them My hus- year-old son's hair with perox- band said no. The boy asked, de was off her rocker. I think "Why not?" My husband re- maybe you are off your rocker, plied, "Because my shoes are Granny. I am a boy, 17, and it not toys." The youngster then so happens that I streak my said, "If you don't let me I'll own hair and it looks great. ,sock you." My husband said, My hair used to be a lifeless, "You'd better not." The boy dull brown. Now, girls who struck my husband In the back never knew I existed come over with his fist and ran to his fa- to me and tell me they think my ther. My husband got up a n d hair looks terrific. In fact, a cou- gave the child a hard swat on pie of the girls call me the the rear. "Blonde Bomber." The boy's father was furious. From the picture of you in the He shouted "You have no paper I would like to suggest right to strike my son. If you that you do something with want to beat your own kids your hair. It looks terrible. — that's YOUR business, but our FORMER READER children are not accustomed to Dear Former: So the girls violence -" call you the "Blonde Bomber." What do the boys call you? If you want to put your hair An argument followed and we left on strained terms. May I have your opinion? Frankly, I up in curlers it's all right with nave mixe d emotions. Please me, Bub, and it may even attract direct your remarks to my bus- more attention than the streaks. Dear Ann Landers: We have five children who are normal, healthy and well-behav e d thanks to the firm handling of my husband tnsc p3rents sass or nonsense. Sunday band. Thank you.—Q.T. Dear Q.T.: I have only two words for your husband. Heartiest congratulations. 6 i, it Dear Ann Landers: I am concerned about our grandson. My daughter s a y s it is just* ." I'm not anii we nVifo T£« v,o U1 ^ uci 15-year-old boy who has a deep?"l hls ,™ fe :™! y . ^. ve _,^" e seated fear of germs. boys who do as they please. There isn't one piece of furniture in their home that isn't broken. The floors are scratched because the kids slide in their golf shoes. Holes have been punched in the wall by the kids on their tricycles. flange Bridge CJuJb Meets at 7:30 Tonight The Range Duplicate Bridge Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Legion clubrooms. There were nine tables of bridge in play at the last meeting and the winners were the following: Michael Shawbitz and Frank Barbera, first; Mamie Rice and Pauline Gedda, second; Joseph lice and Frieda Corey, third; Howard Willson and Rose Ers- amer, fourth-; lone Isaac and Ann Nezworski and Faye Krz- larich and Edith Sivula, tie. Also in the top 50 per cent were Hazel Larson and Esther Amo, Marie Albert and Elma Skud, Mary Hambley and Lucille Dahl, Faye Shawbitz and Rita Barbera. Good Manners Make Friends The Germans made sugar torn wood in 1926. Although it .s not very sweet, it is extreme- iy nutritious: NEA® Don't let hands flutter. Hold them quietly. Announcement! T. R. LEPORE, CXD. WISHES TO ANNOUNCE NEW OFFICES t Located at 319 Silver St., Hurley (Next to ihe Post Office) PHONES: 561-4777 and 932-1319 when the .MTHtCOUNUMNNMSUir * AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE - STARTS TODAY! RONVVOO THfATKL AIR-CONDITIONED! salad using small new waxy potatoes, you can usually count on three pounds of the vege- able serving nine persons. germs. Frank washes his hands for at least 15 minutes before each meal. He scrubs up like a surgeon then uses an antiseptic 'solution. The boy refuses to carry out garbage for his mother because he is afraid of being contaminated. He will not shake hands when introduced unless he is forced by someone .who grabs his hand. I can't tell you the hours he wastes washing things that don't need to be washed. He refuses to use the telephone until he has wiped the mouthpiece with an antiseptic solution. My daughter says Frank Is just overly clean. I say it's more complicated. Please state your Views.—CONCERNED GRANDMOTHER Dear Grandmother: My views would probably not carry any more weight than your views'. So here are the views of three psychiatrists: i The boy's preoccupation with cleanliness is put of proportion to reality. He is sick and needs professional help. t> tt tt Ann Landers will be glad to -. . help you with your problems. P° tato Send them to her to care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1865, Field Enterprise*, Inc. BIG SAVINGS DURING FREEDSTROM'S Semi-Annual Summer WOMEN'S SHOES DRESS & STACK HEELS formerly to 14.99 Goodrich 4 Nite Air CASUALS REDUCED 10% WOMEN'S SPORT SHOES and WEDGIES formerly to 10.95 WOMEN'S SHOES Good Selection of Tweedies & Vitality 9.68 & 10.58 Formerly 14.99 to 17.99 MANY STYLES IN TWEEDIES, VITALITY, VINER, KICKERINO AND HUSHPUPPIES ON RACKS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. 10% DISCOUNT ON SHOES NOT ON RACKS , • Daniel Green Comfy's not Included ' ' , -ALL SALES FINAL- FREEDSTROM'S finer shoes for finer shoes, it's Freedstrom's .. .of course \ 129 E. Aurora Ironwood Phone 932-1902

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