Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 15, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of Women SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1965. FIVE Banquet Is Held By Hurley League The Hurley Bowlerettes Bowling League concluded the 196465 bowling season with a banquet at the Montreal Lodge with 27 regulars and two substitutes attending. All persons present received a Trophy with an average card. The official championship chevrons from the WIBC were presented to the Range Co-op Services team whose members were Rena Stanczak, June Cal v e 11 i, Marie Bott, Marg a r e t Fudaley and. Vicky Sbraggia. A sponsors certificate was al s o awarded to the Range Co-Op Service. Alice Anderson received a trophy for the high single game of 246 and during the seas o n she received an arm emblem from the WIBC for bowling 100 or more pins over her average at the time she bowled the 246 game. Mary Hornick was presented with a pin from the WIBC lor bowling the highest series of 570 during the season. Bridget Buzza received the WIBC award for the most improved average with an increase of 15 pins after 21 games were bowled.. Other prizes awarded were as follows: Team Standings: Range Co-op Services, 84 points; White Cross Pharmacy, 63Va; White Way Motel, 61; Chum's Sinclair Service, 57»/2; Iron Exc h a n ge Bank, 50V 2 and Millie's Bar 43 ] / 2 . Team High Single Game: Range Co-Op, 867; Chum's Sinclair, 850; White Cross Pharmacy, 827; Millie's Bar, 814 and Iron Exchange Bank, 787. Team High Series: Range Co- Op, 2426; Chum's, 2345; Pharmacy, 2276; Bank, 2258 and Motel 2247. Individual High Single Game: Alice Anderson 246; Mary Hornick, 245; Hilda King, 229; Rose Sundstrom, 226 and Vicky Sbrag- gia, 225. Individual High Series: Mary Hornick, 570; Vicky Sbraggia, 562; Hilda King, 559; Alice Anderson, 555 and Lucy Sekels k y, 545. Highest Averages: Vicky Sbraggia, 167; Hilda King, 158; Margaret Fudaley, 153; Mary Hornick and Rena Stanczak 152. Lowest Average: Pauline Haanpaa, 109. Lowest single game and lowest series, Bridget Buz- Ea. Perfect attendance: Margaret Fudaley, Marie Bott, Mabel Bulinski, Edith Kaari, Luc i 11 e Thomas, June Calvetti, Al ic e Anderson, Rena Stanczak and Bridget Buzza. Odd series: Lucille Thomas, Margaret Fudaley, Rose S u n d- strom. Ton! Shifra, Hilka King, Pauline Haanpaa, Violet Leccia, Posa Lee Organist and June Calvetti. Officers for the coming ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sharon, Plymouth Location, Wakefield, announce the engagement .of. their daughter, Sandra Lee, to Gerald Hornick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hornick, Gile. Miss Sharon attended the Wisconsin State University, Superior, and is currently a senior student at Northern Michigan University, Marquette. Her fiance, a graduate of Wisconsin State University, Superior, is an instructor in the Racine, Wis., school system. No definite date has been set for the wedding. (Modern Portrait Photo) are as follov/s: garet Fudaley; Theresa Reed; year President, Marvice ^resident, secretary-treasurer, Lucy Selelsky and sergeant-at-arms, Rena Stancz a k. Zion Couples Club Will Meet Sunday The May meeting of the Zion Lutheran Couples Club will be held Sunday, May 16. The program for the evening will be bowling at the Sport Bowl. Members are asked to meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses for the evening are Mr. and Mrs. W i 1- liam Ohland and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olson. All members and prospective members are invited to attend. Unit Pays Tribute To Deceased Member Ceremonies for draping the charter in tribute to Mrs. Emil Kari were observed at the Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary meeting Tuesday night at the Veterans of Foreign Wars club rooms. Mrs. Kari, who was an auxiliary trustee at the time of her death, was a charter member and had been an auxiliary guard or trustee for many years. Officers taking part in the ceremonies were Mrs. J o h-n .Wyzlic, president; Mrs. Kathe.r-ln.-e Laabs, junior past president; Mrs. Alex Bielawski, vice president; Mrs. James L. Dibble, chaplain; Mrs. Thomas Archambeau, conductress. Unanimously elected to office for the coming year were the following: , Past president, Mrs. Wyzlic; president, Mrs. Bielawski; vice president, Mrs. Robert G. Palmquist; chaplain, Mrs. Ge o r g e Stulac; conductress, Mrs. Archambeau; secretary, Mrs. Roman Ryskewecz; treasurer, Mrs. Arthur Pyykkonen; trustees, Mrs. Einar Manki, Mrs. Charles Tol- vanen and Mrs. Eska Lammie; guards, Mrs. Peter Mindorff and Mrs. Fred Cummings. Mrs. Wyzlic and Mrs. Stulac were elected delegate and alternate to the Michigan State Eagles Auxiliary Convention to be held at Lansing, June 11, 12 and 13, in joint sessions with the Michigan State Aeries. The I r o n wood unit also voted to send funds for gifts to be presented to the state president and state secretary at this convention. Special tribute was paid to the mothers, with a poem, "To Mother," read by Mrs. Bielawski, and "The Face of a Mother," read by Mrs; Pyykkonen. Russell-Westeen Nuptials Held BESSEMER—The Trinity Lut h e r a n Church was the scene Saturday, May 8, of the wedding service which united Miss Diane Marie Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Russell Sr., 1611 N. 30th St., Milwaukee, and Michael Dean Westeen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Westeen, North Bessemer. < Marriage vows were pledged in a service performed by the Rev. Clifford Brege at 2 p.m. in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride was attended by Miss Paula Westeen, sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor Leonard Westeen, brother of trie bridegroom, served as grooms man. Melb o u r n e Russell Jr served as usher. The bride choose a str e e length dress of white nylon chif fon over taffeta featuring a scooped neckline and falling into a floating back panel with a very full skirt. The ensemble was enhanced by a mantilla of white! Spanish lace which fell soft 1 y to the shoulders. She wore white accessories and a shoulder corsage of red rosebuds tied with a white ribbon. Miss Westeen wore an ensemble of old rose nylon chiffon over taffeta street length dress, designed with a full skirt, sleeveless covered with a lace bolero withthree quarter le n g t h sleeves. She wore white accessories. A reception was held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the home of the grooms parents, where the (Kenny* studio Pbotei MRS. JERRY KRENZALEK couple received 100 relatives and friends. The bride attended Hur ley grade school and Steuben High" School of Milwaukee and also attended the Sunny Hill Nursing School of Madison. The bridegroom attended the Ramsay School and A. D. Johnston High School. He enlisted and served three years in the Army, spending two and a half years in Gelemhause, Germany. They will make their home in Milwaukee, where Mr. Westeen is e m p 1 o y e d by the Milwaukee Gear Co. Personal Items Mrs. Merv Griffin, New York City, arrived Friday night to pend a few dpys visiting her arents, Judge <>nd Mrs. Robrt Wright, Norrie Street, and ther relatives. BOX STORAGE •We INSURE • We CLEAN • We STORE Your clothes are protected all summer long and returned in the Fall fresh and . crisp. Ask About Our BOX STORAGE PLAN Only 1.95 SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 E. McLeod Dial 932-4332 Free Pickup and Delivery Mrs. Dibble, having been selected "Mother of the Auxiliary for the Year," was presented with a gift on behalf of the Auxiliary by Mrs. Wyzlic. Also presented with gifts from the unit were selected mothers, Mrs Laabs, Mrs. Mindorff and Mrs Manki. Plans were made for the aux iliary members to attend the spring meeting of District 9 o: the Upper Peninsula Eagle Aux iliaries and Aeries at Cal u m e Sunday, May 23. A special mem orial service will be held at 1 p.m. preceding the district meet Ing for all deceased Eagle mem bers of the U. P. District. At the conclusion of the busi ness meeting, Mrs. Palmqu 1 s presented Mr. and Mrs. J a m es Boyle, who presented a "rock ing-chair trip around the world. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Boyle gave a tra velogue speech with interest! n g anecdotes and side-lights pre ceding and during the movie they showed of their trip. Thi films and narration were great ly enjoyed by the members. Lunch was served by the host esses, Mrs. Dibble and Mrs. Min dorff, from a lace cloth covere table centered with an arrange ment of flowers. Roll thin veal cutlet with stuffing of bread dressing, di in seasoned flour and simme with a little liquid until tender. Couple Wed at St. Paul Church In a nuptial service at St. Paul Lutheran Church Saturday, May 8, at 6 p.m., Linda Mattila, daughter of Mrs. Elsie Mattila, Route 2, was united in marriage tt Jerry Krenzalek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eino Niskanen, 22 Plymouth Locat i o n, Wakefield. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows after the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg. For her wedding, Miss Mattila chose a white two piece suit with white accessories and her shoulder corsage was fashioned of pink roses. Miss Elaine Pelto, as maid of honor and the only attenda n t, wore a pink three piece suit. Gerry Nelmark was best man. A wedding dinner, with place settings for 20, was held at Brown's Cafe Exceptional, Bessemer, following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Krenzalek are residing here. The bride attended Luther L. Wright High School and the bridegroom, a 1964 graduate of Wakefield High School, is employed at Gogebic Auto Co. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: My daugh-igirl, 16, and don't know whert ter is 17 and very beautiful. I'm else to go with this problem, not saying this just because I'm i so, like many others, I am turn- her mother. Others have said it. ' ing to you. Penny has been going steady! There are three kids in our with a fine young fellow who family. I am the oldest. My wants to be a doctor. Kenneth brother is 15 and my sisters ar« Mother-Daughter Tea Is Tonight A Mother-Daughter Tea will be held at the First Baptist Church tonight at 7:30. A program will be presented and lunch will be served. All mothers and daughters are invited. cry Shifra Marks "Zolden Birthday Jay Michael Shifra, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shifra, 101 W. Ash St., celebrated his 12th golden) birthday annivers a r y May 12 at his home. He had 12 guests. Games were played and >rizes were won by the guests. Lunch was served with the birthday cake trimmed with miniature animals topped by 12 ighted candles as the table centerpiece. The guests sang "Happy Birthday." Attending the party were John Cain, Darlene Hewitt, Paula •teyns, Jane Belmas, Amelia Pachmayer, Mary Gene Mazzon, Jasimer Staszek, Richard A. Upton, Dale Choronzy, Phillip Anderson, Raymond Mollard and Allan Erickson. Jay receiv e d many gifts. Mrs. Shifra was hostess at the party. After lunch a softball game was played. WITHTHI PATT-0-RAMA PRETTY SPORTS TOGS—Sew this bright, wearable three-part costume for active' sports, and just sitting on the sidelines. Youthful and style-right! No. 8104 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Bust 30y 2 to 38. Size 11, 31V 2 bust, sleeveless blouse, 1% yards of 45-inch; slacks, 2M» yards; shorts, 1V4 .yards. 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. Exciting, inspiring, informative—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern-book Basic Fashion. Just SOc. 365 Persons Attend Norrie School Tea There were 365 persons in attendance at the Mother-Daughter-Son Tea held recently at the Norrie School from 2 to 4 p.m. The tea was sponsored by the Good Attendance At League Meeting The Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club had a good attendance Wedne s d a y when a Throw Out Tournament was held with Marian Mack the winner. Doreen Ahonen had low score and best handicap for the day. Team games will start May 26. On Wednesday, May 19, the league will have "Beat the Pro" with Caesar Tizi a n i. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. and tee off time will be at 1. Any women interested in joining the league is asked to call Nony Cloon, chairman, phone 932-5123. You're Welcome to Our OPEN HOUSE on SUNDAY! . . . your headquarters for MEMORIAL DAY PLANTS, BEDDING and VEGETABLE PLANTS, FLOW. ERS. Come in and browse; bring the whole family! GREENHOUSES LAKE ROAD Michigan Dinner Set Monday at Detroit DETROIT (AP)—A Michigan dinner featuring Michigan products will be served to some 2,000 Michiganders Monday at Cobo Hall. The dinner will dramatize Michigan's prominent role in world affairs and carry out the 1965 Michigan Week theme, "Michigan—Dynamic in World Progress." Norrie Kindergarten M o th- ers' Club under the gene r a 1 chairmanship of Virginia Siirila. With a springtime air, the gymnasium was decorated with an art exhibit from all the grades. The tables had bud vases with fresh cut spring flowers and homemake place mats. The stage behind the serving tab 1 e was decorated with pot t e d geraniums and bud vases. The serving table was beautifully decorated with a floral centerpiece in a cut glass bowl flanked by glass hurricane candle holders. The officers and chairman for the year presided at the serving table. At the silver serv i ce were Mrs. Robert Sodervick, Mrs. James Vizanko, Mrs. Allan Carlenius and Virginia Siirila. At the orange drink were Mrs John Suzik, Mrs. Richard Holm, Mrs. Robert Cororan and Mrs. Marko Pavlovich. Committees were as follows: Dining room—Mrs. Gordon Barto, Mrs. Donald Danielson, Mrs. Ma r v i n Paulson, and Mrs. Adam Kuduk. Kitchen—Mrs. Edwin Tafelski, Mrs. Edmund Graykowski, Mrs. Joseph Stampone, Mrs. Eugene Malmberg and Mrs. Joseph Mariani. Decorations—Mrs. Suzik, Mrs. Corcoran and Mrs. Carleni u s. Tickets—Mrs. Arthur Anders o n and Mrs. Carlenius. The tea was a success with the proceeds going towards the purchase of articles for the kindergarten room. Club Activities Bethel 10, International Order of Job's Daughters, will have a meeting Tuesday night at 7 at the Masonic Temple. After the business meeting there will be a pizza party with Karen Nelson, Carol Peterson and Linda Wright serving on the committee. The Past Matrons Club of Hurley Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Mo n d a y night at the home of Mrs. John Pierpont, White Pine. The Hurley Lionettes will have their annual guest night Tuesday, May 18, at the Sky Lawn. Dinner will be served promptly at 7:30. Reservations or cancellations are to be made no later than today by calling the secretary, phone 561-4686. Lily of the Valley Rebe k a h Lodge will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Odd Fellows Temple. Reports will be given on the district meeting. Hostess e s are Mrs. Ada Hewitt, Mrs. Joseph Jones and Mrs. R. E. Dear. The Hurley American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night at 8 in the Legion Headquarters of the Iron County Memorial Building. A memorial service will be held followed by election of officers. Fleury Piazza will sing, Hostesses are Mrs. John Gibbons, Mrs. Walter Curik and Mrs. Ida B. Lanzer. The Catholic Women's Council of St. Mary Church, Hurley, will hold a rummage sale Tuesday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall. Articles may be brought to the hall Monday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Hurley Knights of Columbus Auxiliary will meet Sunday night at 8 in the new KC Hall, Gary Location. Lunch will be served by Mrs. George Zuchow- ENGAGEMENT TOLD- The engagement of their daughter, Linda Lee, to Robert Duane Lehocky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rexford Lehocky, Sacramento, Calif., former residents of Ironwood, is announced by Mr tnd Mrs. H. E. Rumph of Arbuckle, Calif. At Pierce Jotnt Union High School, Miss Rumph was president and life member of California Scholarship Federation, Daughters of American Revolution award winner, cheerleader and valedictorian. Graduated with honors in February from Sacramento State College, Miss Rumph is teaching first grade in San Juan School District. At SSC she served as president of Kappa Gamma and was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, national education fraternity, rally committee and a little sister of Alpha Sigma Phi. Mr. Lehocky, was on the student council of Luther L. Wright High School. He attended Michigan Technological University, Houghton, and received h 1 s bachelor's degree from Sacramento State College. He served is 18, extremely handsome, well- mannered, comes from a wonderful family and he's just the kind of person I would like Penny to marry. He Is so much like a boy I had a crush on in high school it's almost as if I had turned the clock back 30 years. This morning Penny told me she and Kenneth agreed to break up because they were getting too serious. When she noticed the tears I pretended to have something in my eye. I didn't want Penny to know how upset I was. If Kenneth and Penny don't get back together 1 will be brokenhearted. She will never meet a >oy as fine and attractive as Kenneth. It worries me that I am taking this so hard. Is it wrong to want the best for one's as vice president of Delta Phi Omega. He is in the Air Force Reserve. The couple will plan a December wedding. daughter?—LOWER THAN LOW in f, Dear Lower Than: This is more than "wanting the best" for your daughter. The past is revisiting you, Mother, and you are attempting to relieve your girlhood days. If you can't disassociate yourself from Penny's social life, I suggest that you get professional help. Dear Ann Landers: I am a twins, age 13. When Dad's business isn't good (which is like most of the time) he yells at us kids and criticizes everything we do. It is hard to believe that he was ever young. To listen to him he never made a mistake in his whole life. Please don't suggest that Mom talk to him for us. She can't even talk to him for herself. He yells. at her, too. I think she is scared of him like we are. What can we do to keep our dad from ruining our childhood? —YELLED AT FOUR Dear Yelled at Four: Your childhood is just behind you. It's time you started to think in terms of your adulthood—a n d part of adulthood is understand- Hurley Club to Meet on Tuesday The Hurley Woman's Club will have a meeting Tuesday, May 18, at 1 p.m. at the Iron County Memorial Building. This will be the last meeting of the season. A potluck luncheon will be Church Events Salem Lutheran. Naomi Guild will meet Monday night at 8 in fellowship hall. Potluck lunch will be served with Mrs. Ernest Johnson in charge. The Couples Club will meet tonight at 6:30. Apostolic Lutheran. The Confirmation School will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday along with the regular Sunday School session. Wesley Methodist., Mary Circle will meet Monday night at 7:45 at the church with Miss Hulda Sandell, hostess, and Mrs. R. E. Dear, assisting hostess. '"•••• Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal. The Epis copal Churchwomen will have a Spring Tea and bake sale Thursday, May 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the undercroft. Tickets may be obtained from the women of the church. Mrs. Carlos Stone is ticket chairman. served with Mrs. Nick Gentile as chairman. Any member, who did not sign up for the luncheon, is asked to contact Mrs. Gentile. A program will be presented after the luncheon. ski Sr., Mrs. Rudolph Beres and Mrs. Albino Zanella. Sunday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE King-style chicken, rice, brandied peaches, salad bowl, coffee jelly, beverage. KING-STYLE CHICKEN % cup butter or margarine Vz pound mushrooms, sliced Vi cup cornstarch 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon white pepper Vt teaspoon dry mustard 2 chicken bouillon cubes dissolved in l'/2 cups boiling water 1 cup light cream 2 cups diced cooked chicken »/ 2 cup diced pimiento 2 tablespoons dry sherry Vz teaspoon Worcestershire sauce In a saucepan over low heat, melt the butter. Add mushrooms; cook, stirring a few times, until wilted—about 5 minutes. Stir in cornstarch, salt, pepper and mustard; remove from heat. Gradually stir in the bouillon and cream, keeping I smooth. Over moderate heat, cook and stir constantly until mixture thickens and comes to a boil; boil 1 minute. Add chicken, piroiento sherry and Wor cestershue, reheat. Makes 6 servings. Installation Held At Meeting of Club Presentation and installation of new officers of'the Ironwood Junior Women's Club were made by Mrs. William Cloon Jr., past president, at the club's meeting Tuesday night in the Memorial Building clubrooms. Preceding the business meeting a discussion was held on the revision of the by-laws. It was decided that a tentative draft would be drawn up and copies sent to the members for their approval. A final vote will be taken in the fall. Included in the business meeting was a report by the auditing committee and a report by Mrs. Gust Krone, retiring president, on the club's activities the past year. The banquet date was changed to June 12 and members will be contacted N to make their reservations. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Al Krier and Mrs. Otto Nurmi. Annual Guest Meet Is Held by Circle St. Anthony's Circle of St. Ambrose Church held its annual guest night at its May meeting which was held at the home of Mrs. Antoinette Benetti. A bake sale was also held at this meeting. After opening prayers led by Mrs. Benetti and a short prayer read by" Mrs. Bernard Finco, the circle chairman, games furnished the evening's entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dennis Fertile, Mrs. Ric h a r d Massi, Mrs. Joseph P. Rigoni, Mrs. Sam Guisto, Mrs. Leo Gayan, Mrs. Robert Bielawski, Mrs John Bodouski and Mrs. William Miller of Ironwood and Mary Ann Johnson of Rosem o u n t, Minn. There were nine invited guests at the meeting. A buffet lunch was served to the 10 memb e r s and their guests by Mrs. Benetti and Mrs. Finco. The next meeting of the circle will be hed Tuesday, June 1. You aren't going to chan g e your dad's disposition, so try to figure out why he yells. Usually people who take it out on others are unhappy with themse 1 v e s. Their fterves are not in very good shape and the least little thing corks them off. Why don't you kids start tomorrow to be especially nice to your dad? I'll bet his disposition improves ami that he yells less. •to -to ii Dear Ann Landers: You have printed rules for gum-chewers, cigar smokers and drinkers. Now will you say something about characters who drop in, uninvited and unexpected? Do you suppose it is a coincidence that the people I would like very much to see NEVER drop in on .me. Only the bores. Please say something frank and to the point on this subject.— TRAPPED TOO OFTEN Dear Trapped: I've said plenty on this subject>-and I intend to say more because it is a recurring problem and a bothersome one to busy people. It may surprise you to learn that not everybody feels as you and I do about dropper-inners. Whenever I print a letter knocking the practice, dozens of folks write in to say they love unexpected comp any. It flatters them that someone thought to drop in. I say the pleasure is all theirs. a a a Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your proble m s. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1865, Field Enterprise!. Inc. At one time, oil from the jaw of a porpoise was preferred for the lubrication of fine watches. USB DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS FORMICA BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy W. Aurora Di. 932-3676 WOW! A Brand New TV-RADIO-STERO COMBINATION console. 23" TV ... first comt. tint served! _ lr $249.95 GENISOT'S TV ft APPLIANCES " 102 E. Aurora Di. 932-0530 Ever combine .canned tomato and celery soups? CARD OF THANKS Thank you sincerely to all who expressed 'friendship toward our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Maria Hyvonen, during her lifetime and to us in our recent loss. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hyvonen and Howard, Jr. Steven, Judith, John, and Jeff Mr. and Mrs. Waif rod Martinson and Carol, Shirley, Maria, and Arlene If you crush a pearl you get a heap of lime dust. The People of Gogebic County are to be congratulated for their expression of faith and optimism in the recent college referendum. A sincere thank you for your expression of confidence in me. Rutger (Ricky) Erickson (Paid Political Advl.) WATCH For Our GRAND OPENING AD NEXT WEEK *FREE PRIZE REGISTRATION *FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDDIES HIAWATHA TRADING POST Directly across from Main Fair Grd. 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