Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 17, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women MONDAY, MAY 17, 1965. Poppy Days Set Couple Married at May 20, 21, 22 Onfonagon Church "Wear SEVEN Piano Recital Tuesday Night The older pupils of Mrs. Claude Larson will present a piano recital Tuesday night, May 18, at 7:30 at Sleight School. The program will be as follows: Piano duet, Glow Worm, Lincke—Frances Sokolowski and Linda Santini; Spring-Time in Holland, Ruth Magney —Chris Vukovich; The Ballet Dancer, Arthur Brown — Teresa Santini; Alpine Wedding Festival, Louise Rebe — Vicky J a r vi; Rustic Chapel, Walter Rolf e—, , _, Michael Shouldice: Swayi n °• clude well-known marches, pop- Daffodils Overlade—Jody C a rl-' ular and novelty numbers, son. ! A few °f tne numbers on the High School Band Will Present Outdoor Pop Concert Tuesday The Luther L. Wright H i g h i from the New World Symphony" School Concert Band will pre-j by Anton Dvorak; "Bathsheba," sent an outdoor pop concert on the front steps of the high school Tuesday night, May 18, at 7. The band hopes this concert will revive memories of the familiar outdoor concerts in the park. The band, under the direction of Kenneth Wiele, will present a varied program which will in- a musical interpretration of Arabia by Lou Singer; "Thunder- crest Concert March" by Eric Osterling and "Mancini" an arrangement by Alfred Reed of Moon River," "Baby Elephant Walk" and "Hatari" — Three great movie hits by Henry Mancini. The Dance Band will present several numbers as an add e d feature of the program. The concert will be climaxed ONTONAGON - The Holy that; Family Catholic Church was the j i setting for a beautiful nupt i a 1 Mass, Saturday morning, May! 8, when Miss Donna Lo u i s e i Jackovich, daughter of Mr. and • I Mrs. Albert Jackovich. Firesteeli poppy to show you remember!"—this will be the appeal of American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Day volunteers to the people of Ironwood on Poppy Days, May 20, 21 and 22, | Road, "became" the bride" of Rob- said Mrs. Jack Hedin, the aux-jert J. Yakovich, son of Mr. and; Mrs. Paul Yakovich. Rockland. r The Rev. David LeLievre was! the celebrant and performed! iliary's poppy chairman. "Some of the finest young; men of our city gave their lives: in America's defense during the' three wars of the past half cen-i tury," Mrs. Hedin said. "We the double ring ceremony. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in should not lose the inspirat i o n a white floor length gown of em- Piano duet — Victor Herbert' concert are: "Stars and Stripes by selections from the Broad- Favorites, arr. by Campb e 1 i-j Forever," the famous march by way hit "Hello Dolly" by Her- Watson-Susan Mitchell and Marilyn Stenstrom; Flamenco, William Gillock — Beth Sisko- nen; Hungary, Koelling — Michael Korpi: II Travatore, Verdi-Dorn—Ricky Mattson; Narcissus. Nevin— David M a n k i ; The Rosary, Nevin — Will i a m Trevarthen. Doll Dance, Nacio Brown — Christine Lerza; Giannina Mia. Fril arr. by Levine — Li n d a Santini; The. Pines, Matthews- Frances Sokolowski; piano duet. Scarlet Cape, Federer — Sheila Guidici and Kristin Carlson; Rococo, Aletter — Nancy Wiemeri, Improvisation and Melody, Brown — Kristin Carlson. Tarantella. Pieczonka — Marilyn Stenstrom; Rustle of Spring, Sinding — Susan Mitchell; Impromptu, Reinhold—Sheila Guidici; Theme from the Warsaw Concerto, Addinsell — Patricia Shouldice; Revolutionary Etude—Op. 10—No. 12, Chopin—Roberta Bolich; piano duet, Andalucia, Lecuono—Rob e r t a Bolich and Patricia Should ice. Voting Delegate to Convention Named The Catholic Women's Council of St. Mary Parish, held i t s last meeting for the season recently. It was decided to send Mrs. John Erspamer as a voting delegate to the spring convention to be held at Ladys m i t h on May 25. A donation was voted for the Iron County Garden Club for flower baskets for the main street of Hurley. A discussion was held concerning "Kick-off Day" for beautifying Hurley. The council will work with the Order of Eastern Star and serve coffee and rolls to the workers on May 24. A rummage sale will be held May 18 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall with Mrs. Ida Lanzer and Mrs. Alice Hughes as co-chairmen. Installat i o n of new officers was held with Mrs. Isabelle Kirby as installing officer. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Kenneth Gustafson, chairman; Mrs. Earl Younger, Mrs. Oreste Rogo, Mrs. Robert Ferkovich, Mrs. Anthony Trolla and Mrs. Nick DeCarlo. USE DAILY GLOBfc WANT-ADS John Phillip Sousa; "Finale Dedication of Proj The Flower Box Project, sponsored by the Ironwood Business and Professional Women's Club, will be dedicated June 26, Mrs. Marion Vaughn, chairman of the project, announced at the recent meeting of the club, which was the last for this season. Mrs. Vaughn asks that as many club members as possible attend the ceremonies. The meeting opened with a dinner at the St. James Hotel. After dinner the president, Miss Edith Jacobson, called on chairmen of various committees for their reports. Final plans were announced for the Career Day Tea, which was held last week at the Luther L. Wright High School, by Misses Ruth Healy and Mary Louise Roberts, the committee in charge. Reports were also given by the scholars h i p commit tee, comprised of the Misses Healy, Roberts and Emily Mickelson. Miss Jacobson called attention to the bills now in committee in Lansing in regard to the safety measures recommended by the Governor's Special Commission on Traffic Safety. The state president of the Michigan Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Mrs. Eva Puffer, will give a talk on this issue at the state convention May 22. The club finance committee announced that a rummage sale will be held June 4 and 5 in the former Lahti Garage Buildi n g. Ayer and 1 - Lowell Streets. Miss Olga Kangas, past president, installed the follow i n g officers: President, Mrs. Vaughn; vice president, Mrs.^ Ralph Spencer; Mrs. Gilbert Woodcock, treasurer, and Mrs. Herbert Peterson, secretary. Upon turning the presidency over to Mrs. Vaughn, Miss Jacobson thanked all club members for their support and cooperation during her term of office, then pledged cooperati o n to the new president, and upon behalf of the club members wished Mrs. Vaughn success. A period of community singing followed the close of the meeting. ry Herman. The performance of this number is especially appropriate for this concert because the senior members of the band recently attended the show "Hello Dolly" starting Mary Martin in Minneapolis. Highlighting the concert will be the presentation of sen i o r pins and the announcement and presentation of the John Phillip Sousa Award. This award is given annually to the most outstanding senior member of the band. There will be some chairs furnished but the band sugges t s you bring camp stools or blankets if possible as there will not be enough chairs for everyone. of their service and sacrifice, but should keep their mem o r y bright. We owe today's free America to them and all the others like them who stood between America and the enemy in time of war. "Wearing a poppy bossed peau de soie fashi o n ed by Mrs. Donald Fredrickson. Designed In elegant simplicity, the gown featured a scoop neckline and cap sleeves outlined in plain peau de soie cording which was 'repeated at the fitted waistline. on Poppy j The skirt flowed into full, soft Day is the individual act of trib-1 pleats made more bouffant by ute to the nation's war dead," i hoops. continued Mrs. Hedin. "Pinning: A matching pillbox of the on a poppy is very little to do, ' same material held her fingertip GCC Service Award Tea Will Be Held Tuesday Afternoon The annual Service Awards Tea of the Gogebic Community College will be held Tuesday, ins i« at 10, at The t and the « cne service rhi«hr>irw uiusnoim huotn at i-tn awards being presented between 3 and 3: If. Each year, under the auspice* of the Women's League, a man but it is a significant gest u r e showing that we remember and are grateful. "When we put on a poppy, veil of illusion. Her cascad I n g bridal bouquet was of orchids and white feathered carnations. As matron of honor for her sis- some of us will be thinking of ajter, Mrs. Roy Kron of Saukvllle, 227 Pair Flat Shoes s • Latest Styles • All Colors In- eluding Bones and Whitest • Broken Sizes, but nice assortment— you'll find a pair for you I Reg. 5.95 to 7.95 These Are All The Latest Shoe Fashions! 478 Pair Heel Shoes • All Heel Heights • All Colors Including Bones & Whites! • Broken Sizes but enough assortment to please most discriminating lady! Reg. 8.95 to 12.95 All The Latest Styles SALLY'S SHOE SHOP "HOME OF BETTER SHOES" 110 East Aurora IRONWOOO Ph. 932-3122 Home, School Meet Tuesday The Hurley St. Mary Home and School Association will meet Tuesday night at 8 in the church parlors. Installation of officers will take place with Mrs. Rich a r d certain boy we knew who went off to war and never returned. Yes, some will be thinking of their own sons, husbands, brothers. We can hope that they will find some comfort in the poppies of remembrance glowing on every coat. We can hope Wis., wore a street length sheath with w r a p-around skirt In an apricot shade of peau de soie, also fashioned by Mrs. Fredrick- ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kulick, Marenisco, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to David Jeske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jeske, also of Marenisco. Miss Kulick Is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a bachelor of arts degree in education. Presently she is teaching at Circle Pines, Minn., in the Minneapolis area. Her fiance is a graduate of Michigan Technological University, Houghton, with that everyone will underst and veiling matched her gown. son. The gown featured cap! a degree in electrical engineer- sleeves and scoop neckline form-! ing. While attending Michigan ing a V in the back with corded! Tech he was affiliated with Kap- accent. Her petal headpiece with! P a Delta Psi. He is employed by Music Festival On Wednesday The annual music testlval of Ui« Jronwood grade schools will be tieW Wednesday night, May 19, at 7 tn the Luther L. Wrtght High School gymnasium. Six hundred and eight students, from Grades I through 8, will represent their schools: Central. Newport, Norrie and Sleight, In "The School, Calendar." Each month will be pressed in song and dance The program is under the direction of Mrs. Michael Burla, grade school music supervis o r. with the assistance of the grade school teachers. Choreographer is Mrs. Grace Lonsway, and the art teacher, Miss Maxine W i 1- liams, is in charge of scenery. and woman student have theii names added to the ser v i C « plaque at this recognition tea. j These students are honored for j the contributions they have made to school activities. The slat* of nomlness will be selected by the faculty, and Tuesday morn- j ing the college students will de; termine the specific recipie n t s i by voting. I The following faculty m e m- I bers and students are mak ing ! preparations for the tea: Th«I odore Brunelle, general chair- jman; Joseph McQrath, selection of nominess; Bonnie Cole man, student general chairman; Barbara Murra and Paula Minkin, publicity; Arlene Sitra, invttations: Mrs. Adelia Rowe and tht ex '! ARA Cooking School, lunch; Lynn Lorenson, Carol L u o m a, Kathy Stefaniak, Paula Setterlund, Sandy Stone and Sharlene Almy, serving committee. Sicchio as installing officer. Final plans will be made for the pie social and bake sale to be held Friday, May 21, from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall. Mrs. Eugene Varalli and Mrs. Marco Gotta are co-chairmen. Mothers of seventh grade students are asked to attend Tuesday's meeting to discuss the eigith grade banquet to be held June 3. A program has been planned. Lunch will be served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Robert Olson, Mrs. Mel Lerza, Mrs. Ted Olszewski, Mrs. Fred Gygi, Mrs John Gerry and Mrs. John Maslanka. Personal Items Mrs. Helmi Hendrickson, Lake Avenue, has returned from a visit with her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs; Gerald Jensen, Indlanapbliss. She also visited relatives at Kenosha, Wis. Her sister, Mrs. S. J. Nyberg, Kenosha, is now visiting with their mother, Mrs. Axel Korpela, Lake Avenue. Geida Payne Bride Of Robert A. Yoder ONTONAGON — Gerda S. Payne of Berlin, Germany, and Columbus, Ga., and Robert A. Yoder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Yoder, were united in marriage Saturday. May 8, at 4 p.m. at the Methodist Church. The Rev. George A. Luciani performed the ceremony. Attending the couple were Miss Sharon Michalski and James Bigge. A wedding supper was served to the bridal party at the Yoder home at 112 silver St. Friends and relatives join e d the party at an evening reception. Mr. and Mrs. Yoder have left for Columbus, Ga.. where they will reside while he is stationed there with the U. S. Army at Ft. Benning. the meaning of the poppy and| wear the little memorial flower with pride." Poppies will be distrib u t e d throughout the city by women and girls of Ironwood unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, working as volunteers under Mrs. Hedin's leadership. The little flowers are replicas of the wild poppies of France and Belgium which bloomec 1 . so brightly on the batterfields and cememteries of ,World War I. They have been made by disabled war veterans working in hospitals and workrooms throughrout the country. I Cutler & Hammer Co., Chicago. William Yakovich attended his I Botl1 are graduates of Maren- Births brother as best man. W i 11 i am Kilmer and Roy Kohn, brother in law of the bride, were the ushers. A high noon wedding break- isco High School, trait Photo) Black. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Black, San Rafael, Calif., a son, William Allan, May 8. Mrs. (Modern Por-j Black is the former Catherine I Brenzel, daughter of Mrs. Wli- i liam Brenzel and the late Willand School and has completed i liam Brenzel, Ironwood two years service with the U. S.j Karpus. Mr. and Mrs. W i 1- fast was held in the church par-, Army He is employed by H oer-jliam Karpus, Bessemer, a son. lors with 30 members of the immediate families in attendance. The couple greeted several hundred friends and relatives during the evening reception at the Community Building. The bride is a 1964 graduate ner Boxes, Inc., at the Ontona- May Township PTA Meets Tuesday The Ironwood Township Parent-Teacher Association will have its May meeting Tuesday night at 8 at the Rooseve 11 School. The advisory board will meet at 7:30. Officers for the ensuing year will be installed and Delm a r Tervo, a state trooper, will give a talk. Lunch will be served by the lathers of ninth graders with John Niemi as chairman and gon plant. After their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Yakovich will reside in the apartment over the G&S Bottled Gas Company. .Divine Infant Hospi- j — r ™ & . Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Christensen, Pence, a son, May 15 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. of the ontonagon High School Wedding guests were from De- and is employed in the off Ice! t r o i t, Milwaukee, Saukv i 1 le, of the Hawley Lumber Company, j Bessemer, Ii'Anse, Atlantic Mine The groom attended the Rock-1 and parts of Ontonagon County. Gray Ladies Dinner Thursday at 7 p.m. The Gray Ladies will mark the Magdziak. Mr. and Mrs. Mi- i end of the year with a dinner chael Magdzlak, Ironw o o d, a party at the Big Wheel Restau- daughter, May 15 at Divine In-! rant, Wakefield, Thursday, May fant Hospital. Wakefield. i 20. at 7. Although it is considered an old-fashioned method, some good cooks like to sear their beef in a very hot (500 degrees) over before continuing roasting at moderate (350 degrees). ROBERT I. 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