Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 18, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, May 18, 1965
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The World of Women TUESDAY, MAY 18,1965. FIVE Spring Festival to Be Held Thursday by Hurley Students Miss Mayme Rigotti, Hurley Elementary School co-ordinator, announces a Spring Fest i v a 1 will be held Thursday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the J. E. Murphy School gymnasium. This festival will feature elementary students in Grades 1 through 8, from all the schools comprising the Hurley School District. Deflosso and Daley Engagement Is Told Mr. and Mrs. Bruno B. Dertos- so, South Carey, Hurley, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Owen B. Daley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Daley, Meriden, Conn. Miss DeRosso is a graduate of Marquette University, Milw a u- kee, and is employed at the United Aircraft Corporate Systems Center, Farmington, Conn. Her fiance is a graduate of the Connecticut Technical Institute, Hartford, and is employed at Pratt & Whitney, North Haven, Conn. July 31 wedding is planned. proof Before the start of the gram, grade art students Thomas LaBlonde will display their art work. Students in Grades 1-3, under the direction of Mario Oianunzio, will demonstrate physical education activities at that grade level. Grades 4-6 will perform in an all-school chorus directed by Mrs. Norma Kinnunen. Mrs. Lucille Dahl will direct a seventh grade chorus and an eig t h grade chorus in several selections. Folk dancing in the junior high will be demonstrated by a seventh grade group led by Miss Karen Aukee. Concluding the program will be selections by the junior high band directed by Mrs. Kinnunen. Everyone is invited to attend and there will be no admission charge. Iron Belt PTA Meets Wednesday The Iron Belt Parent-Teacher Association will have its fi na 1 meeting for this school year Wednesday night at 7:30 at the Iron Belt School. Those parents, who have children who will be attending kindergarten next fall, are invited to attend this meeting. Lunch will be served by Mrs Lawrence Vandevoorde and Mrs. George Nasi. no other CWTUBt IT ALL! From the first ray of light, is alive. This one day- is so full,, • You should > capture it atf. tor fee photographic record of yam wedding, the services of a qualified IxofessionaJ photographer ate esseo- JU. Ca* «is today, won't ywrt •i«i* Phone 932-3800 MODERN PORTRAIT STUDIO IRONWOOD "Studio of Prise Winning Portraiture" Zion LOW to Have Meeting Thursday The Zion Lutheran Church Women will meet Thursday highi at 7:45 in the church socia social rooms. The Rev. C. Raymond Holmes of Sharon Lutheran Church Bessemer, will present the pro gram, which will be a slide il lustrated talk on Europe and Scandinavian countries. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Mor ello, Mrs. David Thorn p s o n Mrs. Floyd Hannula and Mrs Jack Rokola. Keating Will Speak June 2 at Detroit DETROIT (AP) — Forme U.S. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating D-N.Y., will be the guest spepk- er here June 2 at the eighth annual dinner of the Friends of Yeshiva (New York) University. Smalt Medium large — Try for this HANDY COVER-UP pretty all over print cover-up apron that features a new side closing. Easiest kind of sewing! No. 8244 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes small (10-12); medium (14-16); large (18-20). Medium, 2V& yards of 35-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. Exciting, inspiring, Informative—the Spring & Summer '85 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just 50c. 'Scouts Own' Program to Be Held Thursday The Range Girl Scouts and Brownies will participate in a Scouts Own" program at the site of Hiawatha statute Thursday, May 20, at 7 p.m. In case of inclement weather, the p r o?ram will be held at Colon i al Skateland. All communities on the range will be represented in this program, which is as follows: Presentation of colors, 4th grade Girl Scouts, Sleight. Pledge of Allegiance, Star Spangled Banner, Girl Scout Promise, Girl Scout Laws, motto and slogan, Hymn of Scouting—entire group. Brownie Smile Song — Brownies, Central School. Indian song and pantomime- Brownies, St. Mary Sch o o 1, Hurley. Choral reading, "Hiawat h a 's Childhood"—Girl Scouts, Bessemer. (Second time all G ir 1 Scouts participate with Bessemer troop leading). Indian Dance—Brownies, Bessemer. History of the Range — Girl Scouts, Central School. The Story of the Hiawat h a Statute—Girl Scouts, Norrie. Indian Dance — Girl Scouts, Marenisco. Song, "Indian Love Call" — Mrs. Michelli, Bessemer. Song, "Somewhere" — Girl Scouts, Wakefield. Friendship Circle and Taps- entire group. Everyone leaves in silence. The public is invited to attend this Scout program. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nyman, 211 Galena St., Bessemer, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Lee, Pierre, S. D., to Ar> thur R. Caviness, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Caviness, Lincoln, Neb. The bride-elect is teaching school at Pierre. She is a graduate of the Union College Academy, Lincoln. Her fiance is a student at Union College. No date has been set for the wedding. 'The School Calendar' Is Title Of Grade School Music Fest "The School Calendar," the music festival will be presented by Grades 1 through 8 of Cent r a 1, Newp o r t, Norrie and Sleight Schools, Wednesd a y night, May 19, at the Luther L. Wright High School gymnasium at 7 p.m. Mrs. Michael Burla is the director, Mrs. Grace Lonsway, the choreographer, and Miss Maxine Williams is in charge of scenery. Grade school teachers are assisting. The program is as follows: The Calendar, J. Bersano— Grade Chorus. Septemb e r: School Days, Silberg PTA Holds Last Meet of Year The K. Teacher P. Silberg Associs'ion Par e n t- held its final meeting of this school year Thursday night Lunch was served by the teachers after the business meeting and program. liss Emily Mickelson was the hairman. LUTEY'S FLOWERS for MEMORIAL DAY • Ihautifui, Quality Flowering Plants • Standing Boxes and Baskets • Wreaths •Bouquets • Hardy Mums • Fertilizers • Lawn Seed YOU ARE WELCOME to visit our greenhouses at anytime . . . enjoy the beaut/ and profuse array of Flowers and Garden Plants in blossom—No obligation to purchase. Lutey's Greenhouses tare Gets $750,000 )isaster Relief Funds WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres- dent Johnson made $750,000 of ederal disaster relief funds vailable to Michigan Monday ir reconstruction of public jroperty damaged by storms and tornadoes on Palm Sunday. The White House said Gov. George Romney had asked for he money. Johnson previously ad declared the state a major isaster area and thereby made t available for federal financial help. advertised in Mademoiselle and Seventeen the classic shirt— beautifully new in bleeding plaids 4.00 The really new look is this: colors that bleed and blend when washed, for most striking efbfitof All cotton, so lovely in muted plaids*] ••OMWOOD MICMI Ph. 932-3320 'Beat the Pro' Tourney Slated The Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club will have a "Beat the Pro" tournament with Caesar Tiziani following the 12:30 luncheon Wednesday. Tee off time is 1 p.m. Any woman interested in joining the league is asked to contact Nony Cloon, chair m a n, phone 932-5123. Officers Installed At Norrie Meeting Past President Tony B a h u n installed the following offic e r s of the Norrie Parent-Teach e r Association at the unit's fin a 1 meeting of this school year: President, Mrs. Carl A. Erickson; vice president, Donald Anderson; secretary, Miss Cleo Russell; treasurer, Mrs. Ste v e Armata; historian, Mrs. Charles Lewinski. After the installation, Bahun presented a past president's pin to the outgoing president, Ralph Murto. Thanks were extended to the Kindergarten Mothers Club for the five dozen cups the club presented to the PTA. An awards banquet will be held Wednesday, May 26, under the chairmanship of the 6th and 7th grade room mothers —Mrs. James Vizanko and Mrs. Bruce Wc'ocr. The 8th grade banquet will be held Tuesday, June 1, with Mrs. Marvin Swanson. After the business meeting, E. H. Slade, principal, presented the following students, who gave their declamations; Christine Turunen, "My Son," and Marcia Pribyl, "Aunt Melissa." Refreshments were served from a table decorated in a spring motif. Mothers of first and second grade students under the chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mrs. Edward Blomquist and Mrs. Anton Stano. They were assisted by Mrs. LeRoy Carlson. Neigltb Whom We Have Church Events Seventh-day Adventist. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 at the church school in Bessemer. First Church of Christ, Scientist. A testimonial meeting will be held Wednesday night at 8. The reading room will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. Church of the Nazare n c. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 Wednesday night. Assembly of God. Prayer services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. First Baptist. Midweek Bible study and prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 and the Senior Choir will rehearse at 8:30. Salem Lutheran. Senior Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday and the Rach e 1 Guild will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in fellowship hall with Mrs. Donald Miller as hostess. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors. Wesley Methodist. The graduates' dinner will be held tonight with Mrs. Robert Gothblad and Mrs. Thomas Bassett as cochairmen. Trinity Lutheran. The Sunday School teachers will meet tonight at 6:15; will rehearse baccalaureate will be held at 7:30. Salvation Army. The midweek meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7. Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal. The Episcopal Churchwomen will have a Spring Tea and bake sale Thursday from 2 to 5 p.m. in the undercroft. Tickets may be obtained from the women of the church. Mrs. Carlos Stone i s ticket chairman. The public is invited. Trout Creek — Assembly of God. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Ontonagon—Baptist. Pra y e r meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7. White Pine — Faith Lutheran. The Junior Choir will rehearse at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday and Naomi Circle will meet at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Matt Kinnunen. Theatre North's Play This Week The Theatre North's third production of the season, "Witness For the Prosecution," will be staged Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights at the Ironwood Memorial Building. The cur tain time for each show will be 8:30. "Witness For the Prosecution" is probably the most popu 1 a r courtroom drama of all time, and the author, Agatha Chrstie, has given it one of the strangest endings ever seen in a mystery. The cast of local people includess: Irene Chandanois as Greta, Ernie Mattson as Carter, Dick Guth as Mayhew, Ralph Dirksen as Leonard, Kenn e t h Moreland as Sir Wilfred, Frank Leineke as the inspector, Mary- vern Ventrucci as Rom a i n e , Mike Warlum as the Clerk of Court, Jacob Solin as Just i c e Wainright, Jack Jacobs as Myers, John Isaacson as the usher, Ruth Kane as the woman juror, Stan Wyslic as the foreman, Robert Knutson as Doctor Wyatt, and Winifred Lomas as Janet McKensie. Theatre North patron ticket holders will again be admitted and the regular admission is $1. Cob b-Edwards—Grade Chorus; F o o t b a 11 Weather, Scott Grades 4 and 5; cheers from four schools. October: This Is Halloween, Lucille Wood—Grades 1, 2 and 3. Novem her: Thanksgiv i n g Song, Riley-Gaynor — Grades 3 and 4; Sing a Little Hoedown American folk tune— song and dance, Grade 3, choreographer, Carl Hagstrom; Come Ye Thankful People Come, Elvey —Grades 5 and 6. December: Toyland, Herbe r t Grade Chorus; Beautiful Doll! Choo, Chug a Choo, Wind Up Toys and Jumping Jacks, Christie—Grades 1, 2 and 3. January: Give Us the Wintertime, Curtis-Gibb—Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6; Winter Wonderland, Smith-Bernard—Grades 5 and 6. February: America, traditional —Grade Chorus; March—Grade 5; Water Wonderland, Collins, Large, Moore—Grade Chorus; Love Somebody, Yes I Do, folk song—Grades 5 and 6. March: I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen—solo, Eric Anderson; Irish Jig—Grade 4. April: Sing of Spring A- Coming, Brahms—Grade 5 and 6; Bunny Hop Boogie, Anthony Auletti—Grade Chorus; Chri s t the Lord Is Risen Today, W i 1- liams—Grades 5 and 6.6 May: Maypole Dance Song, Curtis-Spencer—Grades 3 and 4; Maypole Dance—Grade 2; Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Norworth-Tilzer—Grade Chorus. June: Graduation Waltz— Grade 6. July-August; carnival, Rogers —Grade Chorus, solos: Richard Pavlovich and Tim Nerenz. Open House Set At White Pine WHITE PINE — An open house at the high school Thursday at 6:30 p.m. will precede the Parent-Teacher Association meeting at 7:30 p.m. Education Day and Michigan Week will be observed, with a fashion show and arts and crafts projects exhibition. Wednesday afternoon parents are invited to visit the elementary school, where each grade will have project exhibl ted. Rooms will be open from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. after which a p r o- gram will be presented in fthe school all-purpose room. Senior class members took their class trip last week, accompanied by Mrs. John Martell and Kenneth Morin. They went to the Straits of Mackinaw, Rothbury, Benton Harbor and H o 1- land, and spent four days In Chicago. Veronic LaPointe and Steve Sustarich were elected jun lor prom queen and king. Births Pontecchio. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fontecchio, 110 W. Pewabic St., a daughter, May 17 at Gra n ri View Hospital. Negrini. Mr. and Mrs. Ant o I Negrini, 501 Leonard St., a soiy May 17 at Grand View Hospital. the Junior Choir at 6:30 and the choir rehears a 1 Club Activities The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will meet Thursday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Hjalmer Mattson, 303 E. Pine St., with Mrs. John Wyzlic as assist! n g hostess. A Gray Ladies meeting will be held Monday, May 24, at 7 p.m. at the Carnegie Library club rooms. Newly elected of fie e r s will be installed, so a full attendance is asked. All members are asked to wear unifo r m s. Michael Orlich is a member of the Balkan Strings group which entertained recently at Gogebic Hospital. His name was inadvertently omitted in a recent listing of the program. The Knights and Ladies of Kaleva will meet tonight at the Kaleva Hall. The men will meet at 7:30 and the women at 7. Lunch will be served. The Ironwood Township Parent- Teacher Association will meet tonight at the Roosevelt School at 8 with the advisory board meeting at 7:30. Officers will be installed and Delmar Tervo, state trooper, will give a talk. Lunch will be served by the fathers of ninth graders with John Niemi as chairman and Robert Slivenski as co-chairman. Members of the Women's Twilight Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club, planning to attend Wednesday's meeting are asked to phone in their reservations to Mrs. Betty Kolesar, 932-1121. Mary Jo DeSonia Feted With Shower Miss Mary Jo DeSonia, daughter of Mrs. Helen DeSo n i a , 369 Silver St., was honored with a wedding shower recently at her home. Games furnished the entertainment for the 16 guests and prizes were won by Miss Marlene Rodegh i e r o, Miss DeSonia, Miss Connie Pingel, Elizabeth Holemo, Mrs. Frank Dravecky and Mrs. Carl H. Johnson. Lunch was served from a table centered with an attractive crepe paper umbrella. Hostesses were Miss Jean Wilcheck, Miss Gerry Levra, Miss Jan e t Dahlin, Mrs. Roderick Erikcson and Mrs. Richard Vardon. Miss DeSonia, who will become the bride of Patrick Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, Hurley, on May 22, was the recipient of many lov e 1 y gifts. Elected to National Honor Organization Miss Judy Pauni, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Paul Pauni. Minneapolis, and granddaughter of John B. Carlson, 1203 N. Law> rence St., was elected to "Mortar Board," National Worn e n's Honoary organization, April 29 at the "tapping" ceremony held in Memorial Chapel of Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis. Miss Pauni, a junior, is a psychology major with a grade point of 2.562. She had been previously elected to Sigma and Pi Sigma, and has served K a p pa Alpha Theta as chaplain, first vice president and pledge trainer. At one time, pearls were worn only by men. It s Time Fresh pears make a delectable pie. Give the pears subtle flavor by adding grated orange and lemon rind. Hi-League Worker Here on Wednesday The Rev. William Sandstrom, director of Hi- League work in the Covenant, will be here Wednesday night at 7:30 at the Bethany Covenant Church. He will discuss the Covenant Life Curriculum, which had been used here since last fall. All Sunday School teachers and helpers and all members of the board of Christian education ought to be in attendance, the Rev. Ralph Dirksen said in announcing the meeting. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Featuring our fabulous ITALIAN FOODS Your choice of ravioli, gnocchi, ho-made noodles or chicken cacciatore—only $1.50 including salad. LIBERTY BELL CHALET In Hurley USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS WV 225 E. 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