Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 8
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 8

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 19, 1965
Page 8
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The World of Women EIGHT WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1965. 75 Rebekahs at District Meeting Miss Julia Peterson, nob 1 e grand of Lily of the Valley Rebekah Lodge, host group, welcomed approximately 75 Re- bekahs at the District 38 meeting held at the Ironwood Memorial Building Saturday. Mrs. Hazel Jensen, Marquette, vice president of the district, gave the response to the welco m e. The afternoon and evening business sessions were conduct e d by Mrs. Garfield Moon, district president. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. Jensen, Northern Qu e e n Lodge, Marquette, presi dent; Mrs. Betty Anderson, Peninsular Lodge, Ishpeming, vice president; Mrs. W. K. Trudgeon, Lily of the Valley Lodge, secretary and treasurer. it O i> Reports given from each lodge showed they are carrying out one of the objectives of "Frinedship 1 within the lodges and community. A Memorial Service was given by Northern Queen Lodge for 10 members in the dist r i c t who had died since the last meeting. The exemplificati o n s of "Women of the Bible" by Peninsular Lodge and "Three Golden Links and Obligat ion Ceremony" by Lily of the Valley Lodge were well given and instructive. At the dinner served at Bethany Covenant Church, Mrs. Clara Rich, accompanied by Mrs. Jane Kelly, both of Marquette, presented two whistling solos, "Silver Threads Among the Gold" and "Beautiful Dramer." Diane Ovaska of Norrie School gave the declamation, "My Son." The evening meeting opened with a skit by Peninsular Lodge, entitled "A Rebekah in Dis- ress," which was humorous as well as Instructive. it it -Ci Mrs. Adelia Rowe, Michigan Assembly president, talked on her project, "Medical Center," to be added to the home at Jackson. She also reminded the group of Michigan's Eye Bank and the Education Foundation. Another assembly officer present was Frank Grenfell, Grand MRS. JAMES J. PECORA Lodge Associate Chaplain of Ishpeming. Before the close of the meeting Lily of the Valley Lode presented the Lord's Prayer in a candle ceremony with Mrs. Ernest Jacobson as reader. Lunch was served in the banquet hall from an attractive tea table. Mrs. Reino Hauta and Mrs. Leslie Rowe, past district presidents, presided at the tea table. Those attending the meeting were from Ishpeming, Marquette, Ashland and Ironwood. Ever insert pretzel sticks into cheese balls? Serve with tomato juice as a first course. You can use a combination of soft cheddar cheese and cream cheese for the balls. In order that we may better serve you ... keep you looking lovelier . . . We have added two more beauty stylists to our staff Barbara Rossley & Sharon Voight Let Sharon, Barbara or one of our other expert beauticians and hair stylists show you how carefully contoured coiffures can make you look lovelier than ever . . . Make your appointment with Beauty today: Let us Style your Hair to FLATTER your FACE CHARM BEAUTY SALON WAl-932-0221 Above the Metropolitan Ins. Co. Offices on Suffolk Si. Once a year Coty does this mad thing S 2°° plus tax. No fooling! But hurry—this madness can't last. Flacon mist special available in: L'Aimant, L'Origan, Emeraude, Paris. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t FREE 50 Extra GiftHouseStamps WITH PURCHASE OF $4 OR MORE (except liquor) at IRONWOOD PHARMACY Limit One Per Customer. Coupon expires May 31, 1965 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ IRONWOOD PHARMACY S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Mi. 932-1610 GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH PURCHASI Jurkovich -Pecora Nuptials Are Held A double ring ceremony united Gloria Anne Jurkovich and James J. Pecora in marriage at the Church of the Resurrection at Lansing, Saturday morning, May 8. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Jurkovich, Cadillac, formerly of Ontonagon. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pecora, 807Vz E. Grand River Ave., Lansing. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of peau de sole featuring a bouffant skirt and chapel sweep train. The fit t e d bodice and Sabrina neckline were accented by appliques of Alencon lace studded with seed pearls and sequins. She carried white roses. Miss Judith Jurkovich, her sister's maid of honor, wore a floor length gown featuring a bell- shaped skirt of white satin brocade and a bodice of pale green organza over taffeta. Identically dressed bridesmaids were Miss Gina Pecora, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Mary Izzo and Miss Sarah Bailey. Mary Sue Jurkovich, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. John Newhouse served as best man, and groomsmen were Samuel Jurkovich Jr., brother of the bride, James Geskey and Ronald Thompson. John and Gerald Pecora, twin brothers of the bridegroom, placed the aisle runner for the ceremony. A dinner reception was held in the evening in the auditorium of the Lansing Civic Ce n t e r, attended by 660 guests. After a wedding trip to Florida and Nausau, the couple will reside at Lansing, where the bridegroom is engaged in the grocery business. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jurkovich, Wakefield, attended the wedding. Family Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE Skillet lamb stew with potatoes, carrots, onions and celery, big whole wheat biscuits, salad, fruit jelly, beverage. BIG WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS IVb cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder % teaspoon salt Vfe cup dry milk solids 1/2 cup stoneground whole wheat flour Vz cup vegetable shortening % cup (about) cold water In a medium mixing bowl, stir together thoroughly the flour, baking powder, salt and milk solids; stir in whole wheat flour. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening until particles are fine. Gradually stir in enough water to make a soft dough. With a prepared pastry cloth and stockinet-covered rolling pin, roll out about Vz-inch thick. With a round cutter (about 3 inches) cut out biscuits. Place a few inches apart on an ungreased baking sheet and bake in a very hot (450 degrees) oven until baked through and lightly browned—12 to 15 minutes. Makes 10 to 12. Missionary CounciJ Will Meet Thursday The Women's Mission a r y Council of the Assembly of God Church will have a mee ting Thursday night at 7 in the church parlors. Devotions will be conducted by Mrs. Reino Sievi- la. The women will do quilting as their work project. The Men's Fellowship members, who will be meeting at the same time, will join the women for lunch. Hostesses are Mrs. Hilda Johnson and Miss Florence Nordman. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS 8168 10-20 SUMMER DATE-TIME—Simply elegant for important dress- up occasion right through till fall. Sleeveless sheath with striking fitted midriff section. No. 8168 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 2% 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 Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Wilson, Waupun, Wis., a son, Scott Jacob, May 8. Mrs. Nelson is the former Marian Kaartunen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaartunen, Airpo r t Road. Mr. Wilson's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Kenosha, Wis., former Ironwood residents. Personal Items Miss Elvira West, Lake Road. delegate from Grace Luther a n Church, is attending the annual convention of the Wisconsin- Upper Michigan Synod of t h e Lutheran Church in Ameri c a, being held at Northern Michigan University, Marquette. Mrs. Steve Armata Heads Norrie Club Mrs. Steve Armata was elected chairman of the Parkw a y Home Extension Study Group at its recent meeting at the Norrie School. Other officers are vice chairman, Mrs. John Nyman; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Glenn Jacquart; reporter, Mrs. John Murra; safety chairman, Mrs. Peter Fertile; health and family life chairman, Mrs. Edm u n d G r a ykowski; internat i o n a 1 chairman, Mrs. Frank Fachmay- er; project leader, Mrs. Joseph Kravetz. Mrs. John Murra report e d on the council report and also distributed brochures of Gogebic County, Ottawa National Forest and the booklet, "It Pays to Know," which explains how to become a certified host of Upper Michigan. In keeping with Michigan Week the club has a display at the J. C. Penney Co. Store. Plans for an all-day picnic June 9 at the Peter Fertile cottage were made. Corned beef hash will brown well if you dip the slices (from a can) in flour before placing them in the skillet. IronwoodBONUS DAYS MIRRO and WEST BEND *Automatic Percolators 5 %££?. each 6.99 SUNBEAM *STEAM & DRY IRONS special e ach 11.88 *TY TRAY TABLE SETS special 8 et5.88 ROUND PLASTIC *LAUNDRY BASKETS special eac h 88c *Butcher / s Floor Wax quart bolhfor *Butcher$ Wax Remover , 24S iz. oz ..V.I.DO NEW "Therm-O-Scoop" *ICE CREAM SCOOP 59c value Now 39c 8QT. *PLASTIC SPRINKLE CAN s^ai ...each 1.29 WOOSTER *4" NYION PAINT BRUSH S Sf « M 5.49 ERICKSON COLEMAN HARDWARE S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Phone 932-3000 Range Art Association Exhibit On Display for Michigan Week The Range Art Associat i o n has its annual art exhibit on display in the window of the Lake Superior District Power Co. this week. This is shown as a, feature of Michigan Week. There are 47 pictures painted in oil, water color, ink, pastel, tempera and crayon. The show this year will be juried by Dean Koivisto, art instruc t o r in the Ontona g o n schools. Church Events First Presbyterian. Ruth and Elizabeth Circles are sponsoring a rummage sale Friday, May 21, at 9 a.m. in the church parlors. Salem Lutheran. Prisci 11 a Guild will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall with Mrs. Swan Larson and Mrs. Albert Johnson as hostesses. The meeting was scheduled to be held at the Larson home. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Junior Choir will practice Thursday at 4:15. Bethany Covenant. The D o r- cas Society will sponsor a rummage sale in the church parlors Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. Trinity Lutheran. Sunsh i n e Guild visitation will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ailie Johnson and Mrs. William Lantta as hostesses. Salvation Army. The Ladi e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. A rummage sale will be held Saturday at 8 a.m. at the former Silver Cup Building, corner of Lowell and Aurora Streets. Ontonagon — Methodist. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Ontonagon Assembly of God. Bible study and prayer service will be held Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Ontonagon —Siloa Luther a n. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 Thursday night and Dorcas Circle will meet at 8 at the home of Mrs. Donald Thorpe. More Than 6,000 Vets Make Poppies More than 6,000 disabled war veterans were given employment making memorial poppies for the American Legion Auxiliary this year, reports Mrs. William King, rehabilitation chairman of the Ironwood unit of the auxiliary. Working in veterans hospitals and convalescent workr o o m s, they have produced an estimated 20 million of the little crepe paper flowers to be worn in -remembrance of their fallen comrades on Poppy Days. "The disabled veterans w.ho make the flowers are the only paid workers in the auxiliary's poppy program," Mrs. King said. "The rest of us are all volunteers. "The work gives the veterans the encouraging experience of earning money again, many of them long-time hospital patients. It also is considered beneficial as occupational therapy, giving them something constructive to do to help pass the slow hospital hours. In some places the auxiliary operates convalesc e nt workrooms where veterans outside of the hospitals, but unable to do other work, can make poppies." Poppy Days are May 20, 21 and 22. Home, School Unit Pie Social Friday St. Mary's Home and School Association of Hurley will sponsor a pie social and bake sale 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 the chairmen. The public is invited. All members of the Range Art Association are asked to be at the Lake Superior Distr i ct Power Co. Saturday morning, May 22. Each member will take his or her work to t h e Salem Lutheran Church w h e re Koivisto will conduct a gallery tour and announce the w i n- ners. The three divisions of Judging are oil, watercolor and graphics. First, second and third and two honorable ment ions will be awarded in each category. The "best of show" will be selected also. Following the meet 1 n g and judging, the group will meet at the St. James Hotel for a luncheon and social hour. The artists and their paintings on display are as follows: Edna Hansen, Punalu Palms, watercolor; Malla, pencil. Irene Nevala, April, oil. Sophie Johnson, Fall Panorama and First Impression oil. The Rev. Robert Bara now, Presentation, Ayub, Portrait, oil. Dorothy Silkworth, Susan, Ski Slopes, Spring Tricks, ink. Olive Niemi, Yesterday and Josephine, oil. Helen Sandell, White House, Fall, Lake' Superior, watercolor. Clara Beauchamp, Winter Visitor, watercolor; Spring, mixed media; Lake Superior Ice, pastel. Agatha Wyzlic, Fruit Bouquet and Summer Fruit, oil. Alice Mickelson, Nature's Sculpture, Spring Fantasy, Ice Fishing, oil. Ellen Anderson, October, tempera; Last Bouquet, oil; Pottery, watercolor. Sigrid Silberg, Bob and Spring, oil; Artists at Lake, watercolor. Ruth Kane, Mt. Pelee, Martinique and Jamaica Scene, watercolor. Harriett Schiavetti, After the Jam Session, oil. Gerald Kinnunen, Golden Autum and Tapps Lake, oil. Gertrude Kaari, Mighty Superior, oil; Spring Tonic, watercolor. Edith Jacobson, Bouquet and Primrose, oil. Madge Bre n n a n, Afterglow, Birch Trees, oil; Spring Breakup, watercolor. Zera Tabacchi, Basket of Fruit 1, Basket of Fruit 2, crayon; The Flowage, watercolor. T. R. Wirtaneh to Speak at Meeting T. R. Wirtanen, Gogebic Hospital administrator, will present a program of interest to the public Monday night, May 24, at 8 in the Community Room of Carnegie Library. He will talk on the history of medical care facilities and Michigan's position on medicare, the local hospital and facts regarding it and "Our Types of Patients — Need for Volunteer Workers." A 20-minute color film on "Our Gogebic Hospital," showing daily patient care, a general tour, recreational and thera p y activities will be shown. A question and answer period will follow if the public so desires. There will not be an admission charge. Dally Globe classifieds get results Good Manners Make Friends The beginning dater will fi nc j a few compliments go a long way. Ironwood BONUS DAYS COME IN... Register for FREE GIFT CERTIFICATE worth 5.00 drawing for Gift Certificate each NO OBLIGATION day of sale NOTHING TO BUY loft*** Cinnamon Rolls "We're famous for our European Pastries" Bakery Spring Tea Thursday At Episcopal Church A Spring Tea and bake sale will be held Thursday, May 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. In the undercroft of the Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal, sponsored by the Episcopal Churchwomen A variety of breads, coff e e cakes, cookies and other baked items will be sold. Tickets may be purch a s e d from the women of the church, Mrs. D. E. Ferguson, president of the churchwomen, and Mrs. Albert Stevens and Mrs. John Kraemer, co-chairmen of the tea. Mrs. Carlos Stone is ticket chairman. The public is invited. Township CJub Witt Meet on Thursday The Ironwood Township Do Si Do Square Dance Club will meet Thursday night at the Ironwood Township Community Building. Dancing will start promptly at 7:30 with Paul Cyr Sr. as caller. Lunch will be potluck with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Magdziak and Mr. and Mrs. James Westeen serving on the kitchen committee. All vdancers and spectat o r s are welcome. Dancers must wear soft-soled shoes. Club Activities ^ Hurley Chapter, Order of East ern Star, will sponsor a "twfc light rummage sale" Friday. May 21, from 4 to 8 p.m. ffi the Hurley Masonic Build I n f There will be a good selectiol of clothing and mlscellane o u I articles. Indianhead Chapter, 8we«( Adelines, Inc., will meej promptly at 7 Thursday nlgm in the activity room of Luthel L. Wright High School. Promptness is urged as an important business meeting will start at 1 sharp. The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will meet Thursday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Hjat mer Mattson, 303 E. Pine St., with Mrs. John Wyzllc as assisting hostess. The Iron Belt Parent-Teacher Association will have Its final meeting of this school, year tonight at 7:30 at the school. Par*. ents, who have children entering kindergarten in the fall, ara invited to attend this meeetlng. Lunch will be served by Mrs. Lawrence Vandevoorde and Mrs. George Nasi. Clam and tomato juices may be combined in equal quantities for a before-dinner bever a g «. Serve with lemon wedges. Sauerkraut juice may also be combined with tomato juice in equal parts. For all your MEMORIAL DAY Plant and Flower Needs BOXES - BASKETS stop at GREENHOUSES LAKE ROAD Ironwood BONUS DAYS off This coupon worth 10% off towards the purchase of any item of store stock at* Range Photo Service Coupon effective during Ironwood Bonus Dayi Thuri.. 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