Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 14, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of Women FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1965. FIVE Winkowski-Allen Nuptials Held BESSEMER—The St. Sebastian Catholic Church was the scene, Saturday, May 8, of a nuptial ceremony which unit e d in marriage Miss Kay Loretta Winkowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winkowski, 303 S. Beecher St., and Stewart Allen, Bessemer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kegley, 15 W. 279 Concord Ave, Elmhurst, 111. Vows were pledged in a double ring service performed by t h e Rev. Leslie Bormarf, at 5 p.m. in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Karen DiMarchi, Ramsay, attended the bride as maid of honor, and Raymond Novascone served the groom as best man. Walter and Keith Winkowski, brothers of the bride, served as ushers. Delicate peau taffeta in bridal white fashioned the bride's floor length gown. Long double cuffed tapering sleeves accented the sculptured bodice which featured a Sabrina neckline and tucked cummerbund. The softly full skirt was slim-paneled at the front, controlled by deft folds at the hip line. The soft fullness flowed gracefully back into a lavish, chapel train. Looped crystal beading enhanced appliqu e d lace motifs, applied in a scattered pattern on the bodice and skirt front. Her wired seed pearl and crystal Juliet crown held the shoulder length veil and blusher of pure silk illusion. She carried a white prayer missal surmounted by a bouquet of white pumpons and feathered carnations showered with stephanotis caught in satin ribbons. Miss DiMarchi wore a floor length gown of delicate turquoise blue satin, designed with fitted bodice and scoop neckline featuring bracelet length sleeves. The skirt was bell-shaped. A Juliet crown, matching footwear and white accessories completed her ensemble. A reception at the American Legion club rooms, honored the bride and groom from 6-9 p.m About 200 were received. After a brief wedding trip in the neighboring resort area, Mr and Mrs. Allen will be at home at 691 Tilden Road. Mrs. Allen, a graduate of the A. D. Johnston High School, com Sleight PTA Meets Monday The Sleight Parent-Teacher Association will meet Monday night at 7:30, with the executive board meeting at 7. Newly elected officers will be installed. Kenneth Wiele will present a musical program by the Sleight School Band students. Lunch will be served by mothers of the two first grades with Mrs. Philip DeRosier, chairman, and Mrs. Frank Milakovich, cochairman. Church Events St. Michael's Catholic. A rummage sale will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the church basement. All articles of merchandise will be sold at five cents each. Trinity Lutheran. A fam i 1 y night potluck supper will be held Sunday at 6 p.m. served by those having birthday anniversaries in March, April and May. At 7 a panel discussion and open forum on "The Christian Hurley Auxiliary To Meet Monday The Hurley American Legion Auxiliary will have a meeting Monday night, May 17, at 8 In the Legion headquarters of the Iron County Memorial Building. Following a memorial service for deceased members to be conducted by Miss Ellen Cook, election of officers will be held. Fleury Piaza will present vocal selections. Hostesses are Mrs. John Gibbons, Mrs. Walter Curik and Mrs. Ida B. Lanzer. . it -Ct A At the unit's last meet i n g there was an interesting dlcus- sion on foreign relations. Costa Rica was the topic prepared by Mrs. Frank Frigo, chairman of the foreign relations study. Mrs. Frigo introduced the study of Costa Rica by noting that it was our nation's responsibility to educate all in foreign relations. Her narrators were Miss Ellen Cook and Miss Alice Jacks o n. They traced the growth of the Ann Landers . . . .Answers Your Problems. TO DANCE AT TEA—A mother-daughter dance will be part of a program to be presented at the Mother-Daughter Tea Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Ambrose Parish Hall sponsored by St. Ambrose Guild. In the picture, left to right, are Mrs. John Jindrich and Linda, Mrs. William Miller and Lee Ann, Mrs. Richard Grenfell and Debra, Mrs. Chester Decur and Patricia. country from its discovery by Christopher Columbus, its climate, its scenery, industr i e s, type of people and its political revolutions, with its conquerors, down the present type of government, and last, but not least, the present international commu- Family" will be held. A movie, |nist movements there, to the (Range Photo Service I MRS. STEWART ALLEN Club Activities The Past Matrons Club of Hurley Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Mo n d a v night, May 17, at the home of Mrs. John Pierpont, White Pine. The Catholic Women's Council of St. Mary Church, Hurley, will have a rummage sale at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall Tuesday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Articles for the sale should be brought to the hall Monday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Hurley Lionettes will hold entitled "The Trap of Freedom," will also be shown. St. Luke's congregation members will be guests. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet at 11 a.m. Saturday. Mass—St. Paul's Lutheran. The Junior Confirmation Class will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday; a congregational supper will be held at 6:30 followed by a speci a 1 film showing. pleteo: a course jnAirline_Recep-1 their annual guest night Tues day, May 18, at the Sky Lawn. tionist at Gait Institute, Minneapolis. The groom, a graduate of the Elmhurst High School, served for four years in the Medical Corps of the U.S. Air Force. He is employed, at present, at Rusty's Service Station, Bessemer. Dinner will be served promptly at 7:30. Reservations or cancellations must be in by Saturday, May 15, by calling the secretary, phone 561-4686. DaUy Globe classifieds, get results Tan 'n' Terrific Summer tan adds a lot to a girl's image, but if her hair's a mess ,nothing helps. Be sure you stay feminine, fetching all summer long in hair styles from the . . . STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor DIAL 932-3302 Achievement Day Held at Ontonagon Ontonagon County Extens i o n Study Clubs held their Achievement Day festivities Thursd. a y, May 6, at the Ontonagon C o m- munity Building. Exhibits prepared on the basis of lessons studied during the year were on view. Included were landscap- i n g, sewing machine atta c h- ments, dressing by design and acces series, Hawaiian crafts, foods, clothing, 3-D pictures and millinery. Other displays of crafts of the various clubs were patchwork quilting, knitted pillows and hats, Swedish embroidery, the magic of make-up and wall plaques. Serving as program chairman was Miss Carolyn Crpwell, extension home economics agent, who opened the program with words of welcome. Presentations included group singing by t h e girls of the 4-H Rock and Roll 31ub of Ontonagon; a poem, "Club Meets Tonight," by Mabel Martin of the Evergreen Extension Club of Mass; a humorous monologue in a Swedish dialect by Mrs. June Richmond of the Green Homemak e r s dub, a reading in tribute to Mother's Day by Mrs K. J. Moilanen, and a color film, "Hawaii Calls," shown by K. J. Moilanen, county extension director. Clubs from the Ontonagon area served coffee and cookies to close the evening's activities. present day demonstrations against American embassies. It is a satisfaction to know, the narrators added, that our government is backing the Costa Rican efforts through continued support of the Alliance of Progress programs and the wonderful program, "Tools for Train- ning," undertaken by the American Legion Auxiliary in cooperation with "CARE," giving the Costa Ricans the renewd encouragement to continue their struggle for a better life. •d it ft Donations were made to Camp America Legion at Unit to Honor Gold Star Group Gold Star Mothers will be honored at the meeting of the Ironwood American Legion Auxiliary Monday night, May 17, at 8 in the Legion clubrooms. A special program will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Carl F. Anderson, Gold Star chairman. Lunch will be served after the business meeting. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY $1 Now you can rent the new BJue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase^ of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. 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(Kalusylta) *ToSSCd Salads Desserts: *Danish Apple Cake ^Finnish Tarts Also serving from our regular menu: Steaks — Chops — Ham — Turkey — Chicken and Seafood For reservations phone 229-5544 The BIG WHEEL Located off Highways U.S. 2 fc M-28 on the Shores of Btautiful Sunday Lake Open from 11 a.m. Sundays, weekdays open ai 4 pm Tomahawk for rehabilitat ion and to the Chapel for the Four Chaplains, which is a project in memory of these chaplains who paid the supreme sacrific during the World War II. Mrs. Genevieve Max, pre s 1- dent, announced that M a r c i a Hornick, Gile, a student at the J. E. Murphy High School, had been chosen to attend Badg e r Girl's State as a representative of the auxiliary. All her traveling expenses will be paid by the auxiliary. Mrs. Margaret Julin, welf are chairman, has been appointed to take care of the project of providing treats for the patients of the local rest home. Regular visits there will also be arranged by the auxiliary members. Mrs. Max will be gener a 1 chairman of the Poppy Sale to be held May 28 and 29. A committee will be selected at the May 17 meeting. Lunch was served by Mrs. Otto Erspamer, Mrs. James Summers and Mrs. Barney Bertolone from an attractively set table. The decorations included miniature American flags with red oppies, symbol of Poppy Day, scattered about. Program Given r at Gogebic Hospital The Gray Ladies presented a program at Gogebic Hospit a 1 Tuesday. The Balkan Strings, including Eli and Roland Miljevich and Peter Lombardo, sang and played "You Belong to My Heart," "Around the World," "La Paloma," "Marinia, Aljc Gegi," and various Slovak kolas and polkas. A large group of patients were in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed the selections. Members of the Norrie School Kinderg a r t e n Mothers C 1 ub passed out homemade cookies, assisted by the Gray Ladies. Cary PTA Officers Installed Monday New officers for the 1965-66 school year were installed at the meeting of the Cary Elementary P a r e n t-Teacher Associat i o n Monday night. They are: Secret a r'y, Mrs. Murdock Junt i lla and treasurer, Mrs. Clayton Aijala. Other officers still serving are Mrs. Stanley Kubac k i, president; Mrs. Richard Kinnunen, vice president; Mrs. Peter Vernetti, publicity chairm a n, and Mrs. John Leccia, historian. Mother-Daughter Tea at St. Ambrose The St. Ambrose Guild is sponsoring a Mother-Daugh t e r Tea Saturday at 2 p.m. in the St. Ambrose Parish Hall. An in- vitatio to all mothers and daughters has been extended by Mrs. Albin Strom, guild president. A program will be presented at 2:30 and after the program lunch will be served by a committee with Mrs. Eugene Jacquart, Mrs. R. C. Bonne and Mrs. Robert Jacquart as chairmen. Mother Cabrini and St. Philomena Circles will have charge of the Hobby Shop. Installation Held At Newport Meet At the Newport Parent-Teacher Association meeting th i s week, Mrs. James L u t e y installed the following officers for the ensuing year: President, William Lynch Jr.; first vice president, Mrs. Frank Delimba; second vice president, Mrs. Elmer Syrjala; secretary, Mrs. John Blomquist; treasurer, Mrs. Earl Lundin; historian, Mrs. Donald Ludlow; council delegates, Mrs. Bernard Finco and Mrs. Camil Vandenberg. Mrs. Robert Lesky gave the Area PTA Council report, and all new officers are asked, to attend the next council meeting to be held at the Carnegie Library Monday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. At the business meet ing $20 was approved for the teachers and new officers luncheon and Mrs. Orlo Moon was appointed chairman; $30 was approved for the eighth grade banquet wi t h Mrs. Louis Miklesh as chairman. New chairmen appointed for the next school year are: Membership, Mrs. Joseph Kafczynski luncheon, Mrs. Helen Jackson; hospitality, Mrs. Joseph Volley; health, Mrs. Wiliam Nane 11, budget and finance, John Milok- na and Mrs. Lundin; Stunt Night chairman, Mrs. Charles Gustafson; Fun Frolic, Joseph Komaromy. The program chairman, Mrs. Moon, introduced high schoo! students, directed by Mrs. Imogene Keskey, who gave their declamations: Barbara Bailer "Successful Season;" Patrice Arasim, "Jenny Kiss Me," and Cark Wangaard, "The Task Is Ours" The Sophomore Trio, di rected by Edwin Quistorff, sang "He's Gone Away" and "H o w Like Unto a Flower." Member: of the trio are Christine Kolesar Margery Rigoni and Barbara Bailer. The Junior Trio—Chris tine Anderson, Patrice Aras im and Roberta Bolich—sang "Eve ning Tide" and "Hello Dolly.' Lurich was served by mothers of first grade children with Mrs Clifford Koivisto, chairman, as sisted by Mrs. John McRae, Mrs Robert Balduc, Mrs. Leona r d Korpi and Mrs. Victor Bulinski A good dip for raw vegetables is one made from cream- style cottage cheese, sour cream and poppyseed. Mrs. Kiinunen, sunshine chairman, asked that PTA members assist by keeping her informed of illness among the group. Mrs. Kubacki volunteered^ to act as chairman of the picnic committee. She asked for volunteers to help at the school on June 2, the day of the picnic, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Cary PTA members have also been asked to help on May 24 by serving coffee at the Cary club house during the "painting bee" to be conducted there. Several members volunteered their services. Six members of Miss Helen Weiser's speech team of the J. E. Murphy High School present e d their award winning numbers d u r i n g the program preceding the business session. Participants were Mary Jo Traczyk, Ginny Morris, Pat Loreti, Jan Cirilli, Paul Sturgal and Douglas Collins. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Roy Ilminen, chairman, and Mrs. Eugene Pelkola. The next meeting, after the summer recess, will be held Sept. 13. Officers of the PTA will be the hostesses. Hamburgers taste wonder ful with an all-in-one spre a c made with catchup, prepar e c mustard and pickle relish. Good Manners Make Friends deary's MILK Cleary's MILK 70 GLASS NAIF GALLONS Len's Dairy Store W. Aurora St. Ph. I32-SI2I Lack of sleep and a poor diet contribute to many young woes. Dear Anh Landers: I know people who read your col u m n even though they don't read one other thing. Will you kind 1 y print this letter for the benefit of mothers whose young children must wear glasses? Do people think that just because a child has an eye problem that he is also deaf? My son is seven years of age. He recently had surgery on his eyes and now he must wear glasses. Although the boy has worn the glasses for only two weeks, already the following remar k s have been made in his presence"Does your son mind wearing glasses? I had to wear those bamed things when I was a child and I hated them." Also, "What a pity! Do the kids at school call him four-eyes?" And this: "Isn't it sad that the boy has to wear glasses? Whenever I see a youngster with th o s e ugly things on it just breaks my heart." This morning a man at the WITH THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA SLIM AND LOVELY—If your igure calls for a frock in half- sizes, you'll be delighted with he grace and slimness of this cool sheath. No. 8202 with PATT-O-RAMA bus stop offered this: "I'll bet that kid will keep you broke fixing his glasses. Mine used to break every other week." No one child has made an unkind or thoughtless remark. It is only adults who don't know better. Can you come up with something a mother can say to these stupid oafs? — CALIFORNIA Dear Calif: Try this: "We are very proud of Johnny. He understands it is important that he wear his glasses and that he take care of them. And now let's talk about something else." ft ft ft Dear Ann Landers: I am 23. Two years ago I met a nice fellow named Dale. He was doing graduate work. I found him interesting and pleasant. Dale spoke very little about his famiy and his early life. He said he came from an average home and that his parents were good, middle-class people. At the same time I was dating Dale I was going with Gene —a boy I had known all my life. Gene's background and family is similar to mine — not rich, not poor—just medium. Things became complicat e d dating two fellows. I began to think seriously about marria g e and decided it was time to smart to play it cool and protect himself against fortune hunters. I feel it is just as bad to be an heir to wealth and pretend to be average as it is to be average and pretend to be wealthy. Who is right?—GRETTA Dear Gretta: I have a strange feeling you are furious with yourself for not having latched onto Dale, now that you know he is loaded. He is a pretty smart boy not to have waved the long green before your eyes. Boys who "accidentally" drop a word about the family chateau in Switzerland or the stables behind the house sometimes get girls who are $earching for $omething be$sides love. ft ft * Confidential to IS IT RESPECTABLE: Any honest employment is respectable. People are sometimes not respectable. This type of work does attract tramps but no girl needs to be a tramp just because she does this type of work. ft ft ft 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. s in sizes 12'/ 2 , 14%, 16y 2 , 18y 2 , choose between Dale and Gene, 20Va, 22y 2 , 24y 2 , 2 6V 2 . Bust 33 ;o 47. Size 14V2, 35 bust, sleeveless, 3'/8 yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, 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 today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. Births I chose Gene. We were not officially engaged, but close. Dale was hurt but said nothing. Recently my parents visi ted Dale's home town, returned they told When they me Dale's family is considered the cream of society and that they are extremely wealthy. I am furious with Dale for deceiving me. Mother says he was Tommy Auvinen, 6, Has Birthday Party Tommy Auvlnen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Auvinen, Airport Road, celebrated his sixth birthday anniversary with a party at his home Tuesday afternoon. The table was centered with a large "rodeo" cake compl e t e with a brown plastic ra n c h fence, chenille cactus and six cowboys, some riding horses and some with lariats trying to catch Indians. Tiny sugar mold* ed horseshoes circled the sides of the cake. The cake was decorated by Tommy's mother. The room was decorated with large "Happy Birthday" ballo o n s. Favors, candy and ballo o n s were given to each child. Tommy received many lovely gifts and money. Attending the party were John Ahola, Jeffrey Blomberg, Peter Christenson, Dean Bert ram. Dean Gallo, Walter H a n i s k o, Steven Estola, Lee Vuorenm a a, Dale Torni, Kathy Mattson, Shelly Hannu, Diane and Patsy Hannu, George and Kathy Semenak, Tommy's cousins, Pet e r, Roy and Maureen Auvinen, and his sisters, Linda, Brenda and Sandra. Also present were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arvo Pollari, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Auvinen, other friends and mothers of the children. Conway. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conway, Wakefield, a son, May 13 at Grand View Hospital. Ferrari. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferrari, Wakefield, a daughter, May 13 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Schober. Mr. and Mrs. W i 1- liam Schober, Ontonagon, a daughter, Lisa Jane, April 28 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Elm e r Marks Jr., Ontonagon, a s o n, Billy Elmer, May 3 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey, Bergland, a son, Boyd Everett, May 10 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Leiker. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leiker, White Pine, a daughter, May 11 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Leiker is the former Katherine Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olson, Ontonagon. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Pat r i ck Ross, Ontonagon, a son, Michael Elwood, May 11 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. REFRESH YOURSELF AT HOME... 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