Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 20, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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The World of Women sf • John/s Sunc!ay Sch ° o1 fo I I Iw T V Vxl IVJ \J\ V T Wl I Id I D^-.^^* D~~~..^~ XA^, OQ «. THURSDAY, MAY 20,1965. ENGAGEMENT TOLD — The engagement of their daughter, Myla, to Russell Wasielewski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wasielewski, 1002 Pierce St., is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kivi, Erwin Township. No definite date has been set for the wedding. ffiawafhcr Squares To Meet Saturday The Hiawatha Squares will have a dance Saturday night at 8 at the Sleight School with Maurice Bennett calling. Lunch will be potluck. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paquin and Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Wertanen will serve on-the kitchen committee. Spectators and all square dancers are welcome. No : two alike. pearls are exact 1 y JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kresge Bldg. Ironwood Ph. 932-2432 now features Accutroif by Bulova. It is not a watch. It is the most accurate timepiece in the world. Spring Festival Program Listed The Spring Festival of the Hurley Elelmentary School art, music, and physical education departments will be held tonight at 7:30 in the J. E. Murphy Gymnasium. The program will be as follows: Elementary March; Keeping Fit with Musical Exercises; Magic Boots, fundamental rhythms —Grades 1-3; Mario Gianunzio, Instructor. Zum Gali Gall, Soldier, Soldier, Ode to a Washerwom a n, Wake of Jacob, Rock a My Soul and Down Moses—Grades 4-6 Chorus; Mrs. Norma Kinnunen, Instructor. Kentucky Babe, When the Saints Go Marching In and Sourwood Mountain— G r ade 7 Chorus; Mrs. Lucille Dahl, Instructor. Michael, The Happy Wnderer and Moonlight Bay— Grade 8 Chorus; Mrs. Dahl. Virginia Reel and Pop Goes the Wesale—Grade 7 folk dance; Miss Karen Aukee, instructor. Concluding the program the junior high band will play Aquanauts March, A Music a 1 Air, Chanson, March Mellow, Appalachian Fantasy and Hot Time March. Accutron's tuning fork replaces the outdated balance wheel that's found in all watches. Stop by so we can tell you more. Starting with the right time of day. 325 at St. Ambrose Tea Held Saturday Approx i m a t e 1 y 325 attended the Mother and Daughter Tea Saturday afternoon at St. Ambrose Parish Hall. The tea was sponsored by the St. Ambrose Guild. An inspiring address was given by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph J. Dunleavy. Mrs. James Brown, prog r a m chairman, presen t ed the following program: Thank Heaven for Little Girls, Mrs. John Jindrich and Mrs. John Hedin. Do Re Mi, Mrs. Hedin, teacher; Peggy McKevitt, Mary Minkin, Kathy Semenak, Gina Tibaldo, Susan Mildren, Megan McDonald, Teresa Bonato, Mary Collins, Rosalinda Santini, P a t- ricia Bettigna, Anne Leonard!, Lynn Kasieta, Margaret M a 1- ovrh, Lisa Jindrich, Me 1 i s s a Santini, Katy Martilla, Rosanne Krier, Michelle Grenfell, Camile Stutz and Camille Tousignant. Eve and That Snake, Mrs. Joseph Riggs and Miss Edrye Riggs. Dance—Me and My S h a dow, Mrs. Chester DeCur and Pat, Mrs. William Miller and Lee Ann, Mrs. Richard Grenfell and Debra, Mrs. Jendrich and Linda, Mary Jo and Dawn Stutz, Claud ia and Colleen Brown. Being a Daughter, Miss Riggs. Teen-age Dance, Donna Benna, Lynn Kimball, Kathy Jacquart, Sally King, Patty Sokolowski,, Barbara McGrath, Cln- dy Conard and Claudia Brown. Mrs. Edward Tousignant was excellent as mistress of ceremonies and Mrs. Evonne Jagla as accompanist. Miss Claud i a Brown was the co-ordinator. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joseph DeCarlo, Mrs. Rudolph Simonich, Mrs. P. J. Nickel, Mrs. M. Ulasich, Mel i s sa Santini, Betsy Martilla, Trice Gorrilla, Karen Kimball, Mary Ann Patrick, Cheryl DeCarlo, Connie Luther, Deanne DeCarlo, Jeanne Kasieta and Peter Nickel Jr. Refreshm e n t s were served from a table centered with a madonne figurine adorned with spring flowers. Presiding at the silver service •FOOD SHOPS, Inc. FRESH FRYERS Net Frozen, Whole or Cut up, 3-lb. avg.. 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The program is as follows: A Prayer, Michael Oallo, Gene Wahlberg, Charles Holemo, Tommy Hill and Jack Huotari ; recitations, Jerry Synkel- Oale Wirta, Howard Suutala, Jimmy Mattson, Ray Haapala and Sharon Walkonen; recitations, John Asunto, Vicki Palo- jarvi, Bradley Estola and Linda Huotari; recitations, James Pillola, Dean Erickson, Marvin Tassava, Jeffry Johnson, Carol Hill and Jody Kangas. Song, Saviour, Hear Us, We Pray, second and third g r a de students; recitations, Psalm 105, ma, David Suutala, John Sillan- Jack Lento Jonn Minkiri( H er- paa, Tony Asunto, Gary Abram- man Saari> Snirley sillanp a a> TODDLERS' TOGS —A dainty puffed sleeve dress to make pour tiny daughter look like an angel. Yoke is accented with simple embroidery. Slip to match. No. 8228 With PATT-O-RAMA s in sizes 6 mos. 1, 2, 3 years. Size 1, dress, iy 2 yards of 35- inch; slip, % yard. 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, informa- ;ive—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just 50c. son, Bliss Tassava, Laura Koivunen, Jennifer Johnson and Janice Nurmi. Songs, Thou God Seeist Me and Jesus Loves Me, Sandy Synkelma, Kathy Sillanpaa, Lori Abramson, Julie Kangas, Jimmy Johnson, John Johnson, Tommy Auvinen, Dean Gallo, Annette Huotari, Kathy Matts o n, Joyce Nurmi and Donna Palo- jarvi. Recitations, The Creat i o n, Brenda Auvinen, Danny Nurmi, were Mrs. Elbin Strom and Mrs. John Gorrilla Jr. Chairmen for the occas i o n were Mrs. Eugene Jacquart, Mrs. R. C. Bohne, Mrs. Robert Jacquart and Mrs. Hector McMullin, assisted by a chosen committee. Edith /. Banlcovich, fl. D. Stockhaus Wed Edith Joanne Banko v i c h , daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Wainio, Route 1, Bessemer, and Roderick Dale Stockhause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stock- tiaus, 134 Rowe St., were united in marriage Saturday, May 8, at 8 p.m. at Salem Luth e r a n Church. The Rev. Kenneth' L. Nerenz officiated at the ceremony. Miss Jacquelin e Zegos k i served the bride as her maid of honor, and Marvin Rantanen, counsin of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride wore a two piece pink suit with all white accessories and her attendant wore a light blue slubbed texture dress with white accessories. The bride and bridegr o o m greeted 300 guests at their reception held at the Ironw o o d Veterans of Foreign Wars club- Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—My friends urged me to share with you and the readers my "big kid fingerprint catcher" idea. I have natural wood kitchen cabinets and with four teen-agers and their friends I seemed to be always cleaning dirty marks from the doors. I folded a piece of plastic wrap in a triangular diaper fashion and attached, with clear plastic gummed tape, one of these triangles to the lower corne'r of each cabinet door. These can be easily removed or changed and the finish on the door is not washed away. Since the wood shows through, the effect is not unattractive. —JUNE Dear Polly—While remodeling our bathroom, I kept thinking, "How can I paint behind the toilet without my husband having to disconnect and move it?" I took a four-inch piece of lamb's wool and wrapped it around one end of a long stick. I thumbtacked the wool to the stick and dipped the covered end in the paint. This reached the difficult surface and worked wonderfully with enamel paint. I feel sure terry cloth would work as well if there were no lamb's wool at hand.—MAXINE Dear Polly—My grandson always left a little food on his plate, saying he, could not eat so much. Now when I serve his food, I use the largest plate have and give amount of plate. Try Bruce Talo, Darrell Waur i o and Patty Morrison; song, Children of the Heavenly Father, Debbie j Hautala, Marlene Saari, Debbie j Holemo, Bartley Estola, Dennis Synk e 1 m a, Jerry Gallo and Rocky Suutala. Recittions, How to Pray, Mary Fahrner, Linda Auvin e n, Barbara Fahrner, David Kanta- a, Glen Beeson and Paul Niemi; ecitations, Psalm 25, Ka t h y eeson, Susan Grandahi and Bonnie Haapala. Recitations, Rocky Matts o n, lonald Sillanpaa, David Matton, Kathleen Gallo, Barba r a H a a n p a a, Marsha Ericks o n, ^hyllis Haapala, Debbie Ruona, Kathy Ranta and Christine Niemi; song, Ambssadors of Christ Are We and To Sunday School o Precious, eventh and dents. Parents and rooms. The bride, a 1960 graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, was employed by Dr. Donald H. Mills, Ironwood, and the bride groom, a 1957 graduate of the same high school, is employed at Foremost Industrial Division of Apple ton, Wis., where th e y will reside. Yugoslavian Officials Visit State Thursday GALIEN (AP) — Joe Ingolic, Yugoslavian secretary of agriculture and forestry, heads a party of officials from his country scheduled to visit Berrien County Thursday to observe cereal leaf beetle control research being conducted by the state and federal agriculture departments. The grain pest long has been known in Europe but only in recent years has made its appearance in the Great Lakes region. him the same food. He cleans his this psychology on your child. It works — GRANDMA McD. Dear Polly—Have you ev e r found yourself frantically putting nail polish on at the last possible moment or repairing a chipped nail when you were dressed to go out? This qui c k drying problem will be solved if you put the hand or hands, with fingers spread wide, into the freezer compartment of the re frigerator for a few seco n ds The polish will set in that little bit of time.—EDITH Dear Polly—I used to put my damp clothes into the dry e r just as they came from the washer. After three years the metal on my husband's overalls and coveralls ruined the ename finish on the inside of the dryer Now with a new dryer, I button the coveralls, strap the overall! and pin the overall straps down inside and turn both inside out before washing. I Kfiow my dry er will last longer this time and I feel sure the washer will also last longer. Hope others profi by my mistake.—MRS. R. M. J <r * a Share your favorite homemak ing ideas. . .send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Point ers. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS The BIG WHEEL Turns again To A FRIDAY NIGHT • Shrimp, Perch fc Walleye • Assortments of Salads fc Cole Slaw • Potatoes au Graiin • Beef Stroganoff with Rice • Rolls fc Beverage. Serving from S p.m. on. ALL You Can Eat Chef Charlie Robbins 1.75 Children under 10 yrs. — 1.25 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-21 on the Shores of Beautiful Sunday Lake __ . _ _ Open irony 1 1 a.m. Sundays, weekdays opan at 4 pm fourth, eighth fifth, sixth grade stu- friends are in- Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manchester, 104 Poplar St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Robert Larhont, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lamont, 516 Lake St. No wedding date has been set by the couple. (Kenny's Studio Photo) ited to attend. A social hour will follow in the church parlors. Church Events Wesley Methodist. The Guild will meet Friday night at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Erwin Erckson, Lake Street. Salem Lutheran. The Chapel Choir will rehearse Friday at 4 p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses. A minis- ry school will be held at 7 tonight and the service meeting will be held at 8. Watersmeet Baptist. Midweek prayer meeting will be held tonight at 7. Trinity Lutheran. The Junor and Senior Catechism Classes will meet Saturday morning at 9 and 10, respectively. Immanue! Lutheran, Little uirl's Point. The Catechism lass will meet Saturday at 9 at Trinity Lutheran Church. Salvation Army. A rummage sale will be held Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. at the former Silver Cup Building, Aurora and Lowell Streets. First Presbyterian. Ruth and Elizabeth Circles will sponso r a rummage sale in the church parlors Friday, beginning at 9 a.m. Club Activities The Swinging Squares will meet Saturday night at 8 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Hoopingarner, 53 A. Slade Road. The Gray Ladles will have a meeting Monday, May 24, at 7 at the Carnegie Library. Newly elected officers will be installed, so a full attendance is asked. Members are asked to wear uniforms. The Hurley St. Mary Home and School Association will have a pie social and bake sale Friday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall. Mrs. Bug e n e Varalli and Mrs. Marco Gotta are co-chairmen. Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., will meet tonight at 7 in the activity room of Luther L. Wright High School. Prmptness is asked as an important business meeting will start at 7 sharp. of a twilight rummage sale" F r i- day, May 21, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Hurley Masonic Building. There will be good selection of clothing and miscellane o u s articles. The Ladies of Kaleva will sponsor a bake and fancy work sale Friday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kaleva Hall. Coffee and lunch will also be served. The Blue Knights bugle line will practice tonight at 6:30 in Election Is Held by Airport Study Group The Airport Home Extension Study Group elected the following officers for the next season at its recent meeting: Chairman, Mrs. John G. Palo- jarvi; vice chairman, Mrs. Roy Auvinen; secretary, Mrs. Sam Carpenter; treasurer, Mrs. Sulo Vuorenmaa. The meeting was held at the lome of the hostess, Mrs. Palo- iarvi. Mrs. Emrill Carpenter reported on the county council meeting. Mrs. Sam Carpenter and Mrs. Leonard Hannu were named to assist with the bicycle safe t y check program held at the Roosevelt School and the Resettlement last Saturday. They passed out safety cards. A committee was picked to work on the Michigan Week display which features Mich 1 g a n fruit. The members planned a din ner at the Montreal Lodge to be held Monday, May 24. Hurley Chapter, Order Eastern Star, is sponsoring Dear Ann Landers: We have some close friends who are dog lovers. Last evening my husband was telling about our 8-year-old son's unusual interest in science. The dog-lover interrupted to tell a story about her poodle. Three years ago, she said, the dog began to take on the personality characteritics of her husband. "When Tom suffered business reversals and became depressed the dog became depressed, too," she said. "He would not eat a thing. Tom had to be hospitalized. Th a t same day the dog had to be hospitalized because he had become so weak from malnutrition he could barely walk." She continued, "Six weeks later Tom returned home feeling much better. When the dog was brought home he was still melancholy. Upon seeing his master improved the dog per k e d right up." My husband and I believe that pet-lovers who become involved with their animals imagine all sorts of things. We can't buy her story. What do you think?— DOUBTERS Dear Doubters: Animals have distinct personalities. It is not uncommon for personalities to be influenced by what happens around them. I do not doubt this story for one moment, a a a Dear Ann Landers: When I married my husband five years ago we were both in our middle 40's. Each year our marri age seemed to be rockier than the year before. I begged him to get professional help but h i s stock replay was, "I am all right. YOU are the one who is nuts." Several months ago when my husband became abus ive I packed up and left him because I feared for my life. I haven't seen him for three weeks, but he telephones every day to say he loves me. He wants a divorce so he can start courting me again and decide if we should be remarried. I'm hoping we can recaptur e the wonderul joys we knew when we first met. Is there a chance?— DREAMS OF THE PAST marriage was really like you'd know better, too. Why do you think your husband is going to treat you differently the second time around? Get with it. Sister. ft <r ft Dear Ann Landers: This afternoon I glanced out the win-' dow as I was doing my dusting and I just happened to see the woman next door shaking my four-year-old son by the arm. T dashed out and ordered her to take her hands off my child. She shouted, "Bernard is alwa y s hitting my Albert and I'm not going to put up with it any longer." Both children are four years of age, but my Bernard is a little bit larger than her Albert. I lost my temper and slapped the woman's face. She had metal curlers in her hair which caused a small cut on the side of her cheek. The minute my husband drove into the garage my neighbor's husband was over here. He told my husband his jwife was in bed under sedation. He said his wife went to pieces after I hit her and had to call the doctor. The last thing he said was, "There may be a law suit." If a woman can be sued for portecting her child what kind this anyway? — MRS. X. the American rooms. Legion club Sculpture Prize Won By Kola ma zoo Teacher DETROIT (AP) — Jerald Jacquard, 28, a teacher at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, won the Founders Society purchase prize Wednesday at the 55th annual Michigan Arts Exhibition. Jacquard, who studied at Michigan State University, won with a bronze sculpture, "Silent Defenders." He also won the Art Directors Club prize of $100 for another sculpture. of a country is Please comment. Dear Mrs.: The kids are four years old. What's YOUR excuse? Hitting people is c a 11 e d assault and battery and your lawyer can tell you more about the chances of a suit than I can. But apart from poss i b 1 e court action you owe this woman an apology, plus the price of the doctor's visit. <r a a 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. Copyright. 1965. Field Enterprises, Inc. Dear Past: No—and if you would stop dreaming long enough to remember what your I Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martrella. 209 Balsam St., have returned • home after spending sev e r a 1 months in Florida. En route home they visited at Virgin i a Beach, Va., with their son in law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Donald Johnson. Daily Globe classifieds Bet results OPEN HOUSE An "Open House" in honor,of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DuFresne, 800 Sunset Road, who are observing their 50th wedding anniversary, will be held in the Ironwood Township Community Building, Sunset Road, on Sunday, May 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. DuFresne. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our beloved sister. . mother, grandmother, wife and daughter, Helmi Rolando, who patted away May 20. 1960. and to our dear father, husband fc grandfather, Emit Koski. who passed away March 9, 1961. Loving thoughts, kind and tender Just to show we still remember. Sadly missed by The Family HIAWATHA TRADING POST 601 Cloverland Drv. Directly across the highway from the main gate of Fairgrounds SATURDAY, MAY 22 * FREE GIFTS for the Kiddies Your choice of the most handsome souvenir and gift items to be found anywhere ... All reasonably priced too! Hiawatha T-Shirts Indian Hand-Craft Souvenirs, Pottery Moccasins, Slides Also: The World Famous Frankoma Pottery . . . and 1 complete selections of Agate & Hematite Rings. REGISTER for FREE PRIZES! 2 weeks to register— Drawing will be held Tuesday, June 1st. No purchase necessary 1st. prize: Frankoma Starter Set 2nd. prise: Girl's Beaded Moccasins 3rd. prize: Boy's "Choctaw" Bow and Arrow set 4th. prize: Men's Doeskin Moccasins 5th. prize: Women's Doeskin Moccasins 6th. prize: Indian Birch Bark Waste Baskets (handmade) BIG 8c SALE Leon, meaty fresh Save with Prices that end with an "8"! Hunt's Sliced PORK SHOULDER ROASTS ,b28c 4 to 8 Ib .average PEACHES MASTER doz. pkg. powdered or plain DONUT 2£4fc Wire Lawn RAKES .each 68c 5 cup Co-op Cracked Wheat BREAD ""• loaf 19e HEINZ KETCHUP PERCOLATOR 58c 3 quart Sauce Pan cov« 58c Only Johnson & Johnson FIRST AID SPRAY l.".98c BANANAS 10' BAKE SALE... OUR STORE Saturday, May 22, 1965 Sponsored by the Wakefield High School Pep Club SAVE TWICE . . . ONCE AT YOUR CO-OP ONCE AT YOUR CO-OP CREDIT UNION WAKEFIELD CO'OR East U.S. 2 SUPER MARKET Phone 224-9491 Wakefield, Michigan

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