Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 16, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, July 16, 1965
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\ The World of Women FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965. FIVE MRS. JAMES P. CARLI O it <r frene /. Santi and lames P. Carli Wed St. Anselm's Catholic Church, Dearborn, was the setting for the marriage of Irene Joy Santi and James Peter Carli Saturday, June 12, at 11 a.m. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Santi, Dearborn, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carli, 230 E. Coolidge Ave. The nride was gowned in an ivory peau cie sole silk sheath with a chapel train and her short illusion veil was attached to a pillbox feadpiece. She carr i e d an arrangement of white orchids qnd stephanotis with ivy. Maid of honor was Emily Muc- ciante and bridesmaids were Carol Moose, Jerre Brec ken, Mary Ann Chiylinski, Margaret Oilman and Kathy Carli. The bridegroom's brother, Andrew, was best man and ushers included Richard Kolar, Archie Johnson, Peter Carli, Don a 1 d Carli and Arthur Adriens. The hride is a graduate of Dearborn High School and Michigan State University, East Lansing, and teaches history and English in the Wayne School District, The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Ambrose High School Oogebic Community College and Northern Michi g a n University, Marquette, and is a mathematics and science instructor at Whittier Junior High School, Livonia. After a wedding trip to the East, Mr. and Mrs. Carli will make their home in Livonia. Rogers-Hulstrom Nuptials Held Miss Leah Josephine Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garner Rogers, 827 Sunset Road, and William George Hulstrom, son of Mr and Mrs. George Hulstrom, 704 He d i n Ave., repeated their nupt i a 1 vows in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev Frank Leineke at Wesley Methndist Church Saturday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, who presented her i n marriage. For her wedding, Miss Rogers chose a regal filmy silk organza floor length sheath of pure white. The scooped neckline and elbow length sleeves were enriched by deft touches of raised Swiss lace as was the front of the sheath skirt and the detachable chapel length bouffant oversklrt. Her pure silk illusion veil, with blusher, was fingert i p length and held in place by a regal crown trimmed with simulated pearls and crys t a 1 drops, and she carried a bouquet of long stemmed pink roses. Mrs. Gregory Martin, cous i n of the bride, was matron of honor, and Miss Phyllis Hulstrom, cousin of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Their identical pale blue peau de soie street length frocks were styled with brief sleeves, rounded necklines and bell-shaped skirts with a large back bow accenting the waistlines. Their headp i e c e s fashioned of pearls and blue peau de soie were circle crowns covered by brief blue circle veils. White shoes and short white gloves completed their attire. Serving Mr. Hulstrom as best man was Marvin Johnson, and groomsman was Thomas Rogers, brother of the bride. Robert and Larry Hulstrom, brothers of the bridegroom, p e r formed the duties of ushers. The bride and brideg room received about 275 guests at the reception honoring them in the church parlors after the ceremony. The rehearsal dinner was held Friday night at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, Besse m e r, with the bridegroom's parents as host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Hulstrom are at home at 609 W. College Ave., Previews Wind Up With Latest Bride's Fashions By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP FASHION WRITER NEW YORK (AP)—In logical procession, the fall previews ar- anged by the New York couture group included a week of man-luring fashions, and wound up Thursday with bridal costumes and — for the girl who made a good catch—the latest styles in mink. Even a woman without a man in mind at the moment was advised by designer Priscilla Kidder to think ahead about her choice of bridal dress. Four months before the wedding is the shortest possible interval to allow for ordering, she said, discouraging impetuosity. Her idea of a perfect costume is a floor length coat over a dress, and a veil. After the formal ceremony the coat is packed in the attic for future generations. The dress goes along on the honeymoon as a dinner gown. Then the Emba Mink Producers illustrated this week that mink pelts, be they pelts or any of the other 30 or so shades that little minks are born wearing today, can do anything that fabrics can do. They can be stitched into dresses, whipped into knickers or harem pants, or sewn into ball gowns. Mink pelts even make dandy coats, capes, boa collars and stoles, as always. Fabrics is cheaper, but every girl needs a goal. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: Our firm occupies an entire floor in one of the city's larger office buildings. The architect who planned this building must have hated females. The ladies room is about half a block from our blame. But do you feel thli It wise? My fiancee speaks very little: of her unfortunate marriage which suits me Just fine. I don't want to know any more. suite of offices which emplo y s j Can It be that she doesn't want 30 women. The men's room is! to know any more either? As * directly across the hall. i woman you will be able to tell I heard that a certain woman me what is best. — ADVANCE in the accounting departm e n t THANKS Marquette. The bride is a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School and attended Gogebic Co m - munity College. She is e m - ployed at First National Bank Marquette. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same high school, attended Michigan lech, Houghton, and is now attending the the Five Women Win Flights in Tourney The five members of Woman's Golf League of Gogebic Country Club, who took part in the Ashland Invitational Tournament Wednesday, won their flights. Doreen Ahone was medalis^ for nine holes with a 47 and Ann Yen Steinberg, Duluth, was championship flight winn e r and had low score for the day. Kay Kovacevich was first flight winner; Mary Barb era, third flight; Nony Cloon, 10th flight, and Lucy Gustafson, seventh flight runnerup. Fresh mint in the garden? Chop a little of it and add t o sliced cucumbers mixed with yogurt. Northern Michigan Marquette. University, Births Swearingen. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Swearingen, Merc e r , daughter, July 15 at Grand View Hospital. Doman. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 3oman, Ironwood, a daughter, July 15 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Lindsey. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -indsey, Trout Creek, a son, Dale Ernest, July 8 at On- ;onagon Memorial Hospital. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Waino Johnson Sr., a son Waino William, July 13 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewis, Ontonagon, a son, July 13 at Ontonagon Mem o r i a : Hospital. Domitrovich. Mr. and Mrs Carl Domitrovich, Ontonagon, a daughter, July 14 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Miss Karen Malila Feted With Shower MASS — Miss Karen Malila was honored with a pre-nuptial shower Thursday afternoon, July 8, at the home of Mrs. E 1 m a Lukkarils About 30 guests were present. Miss Malila was crowned for the occasion and was also presented with a corsage of red roses. The festivities opened with an interesting treasure hunt in the garden of the Lukkarila home and all the "treasures" that were found were presented to the honored guest. They proved to be interesting and useful kitch n articles with verses, composed by Mrs. Ilmi Malila, attached to each one. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Lukkarila, Mrs. Lina Johnson and Ilmi Malila. Karen received a large assortment oi lovely gifts. Her mar will take place Saturday night Aug. 7, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Miss Malila was feted at two showers in Detroit before ar riving here. BRIDGEMAN'S GRADE "A" SOUR CREAM 12," 38e Sold Exclusively at Crystal Dairy Store CRYSTAL DAIRY STORE Hurley Silycr St. 561-9910 SEE the Interesting LINE OF ARTS and HANDICRAFT FOR SALE AT THE Arts & Crafts Shop Silver St., Hurley (Modern Portrait Photo i MRS. WILLIAM G. HULSTROM James Ihlenfeldt to Be Speaker Sunday Special speaker at the First Baptist Church Sunday morn ing and evening will be Jame Ihlenfeldt. At 11 a.m. his sermon topic will be "Thy Faith Hath Make Three Whole," anc at the 7:30 p.m. service his subject will be "Turn, Serve and Wait." Ihlenfeldt was graduated from Luther L. Wright High Schoo in 1961 and has just completed a three year pastor's course a the Moody Bible Institute, Chi cago. He is presently serving as water safety instructor at the Lake Superior Bible Camp. He is the son of Mrs. Louise Ihlenfeldt, 207 S. Curry St. The First Baptist Church Sunday Bible School will meet at 10 a.m. with classes for all ages. The Junior and Senior Youth Groups will meet at 6:30 p.m. Ted Sellers will serve as songleader in the evening service and the Youth Choir will sing. The public is invited. The Rev. Frank Oslin is pastor o f the First Baptist Church. WED 50 YEARS—Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Johnson, 505 N. Curry St., celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary recently with a family dinner at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, Bessemer. Present were their two sons in law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Negri, Bessemer, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Snow, and their daughters, Sharyn and Peggy, Bellwood, 111.; their son, Carl L. Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson's brother, Otto Lundsrud, Ironwood. The Johnsons have five grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. For the occasion Mrs. Johnson wore a rose beige dress and a corsage of yellow roses and Mr. Johnson had a white carnation boutonniere. Mr. Johnson and the former Martha Lundsrud were married April 22 1915 by the Rev. K. Johnson of the Bethany Covenant Church. Mr. Johnson was employed by the Republic Steel Corp. for 38 years, retiring in 1955. Mrs. Johnson was born in Oslo, Norway, March 17, 1890 and came to the United States in 1906. Mr. Johnson was born in Holland, Sweden, Dec. 15, 1888 and came to the U.S. in 1913. was seen going out of the men's room yesterday morning. I didn't believe it so I asked her. She said, "You bet it's true. I wouldn't think of hiking all the, way down to the ladies room." j "JfJ sT ^p 0nS? - SHOCKED DI&BELIEVER Dear Advance: As a woman X can tell you nothing Is so unpredictable as a woman. My advice is to ask her. Some women believe Ignorance is bliss, and what they don't know can't hurt them—to pile on another cliche. If your Dear Shocked: Left alone, cer- fiancee is one of these types, tain problems solve themselves.' keep quiet unless, of course, you If that dame continues to use have a jail record, an illegitl- the men's room something is m ate child or an incurable ill- taound to happen to change her ness - (Such information should mind. Suddenly she'll decide it's worth the hike. Dear Ann Landers: After ten Saturday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE A new version of a favorite hot bread. Orange juice, scrambled eggs with cottage cheese, bacon, alue- berry rice muffins. BLUEBERRY RICE MUFFINS cup regular unsifted flour l'/2 teaspoons baking powder A teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons plus extra sugar 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 large egg Vz cup milk Vz cup cold cooked converted- type rice Vz cup large blueberries, washed and dried on paper toweling In a medium mixing bowl, thoroughly stir together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. With a pastry blender, cut in the butter until particles are fine. In a small deep bowl, rapidly beat the egg until thick and ivory color; add milk and beat to combine. Pour egg mixture into flour mixture; add rce; stir until dry ingredients are moist and rice is evenly distributed. Fold in blueberries Fill buttered muffin pan wells % full. Sprinkle about V4 teaspoon sugar over the top of each muffin. Bake in a hot (400 degrees) oven for 25 minutes; loosen sides of muffins with a small spatula and remove. Serve piping-hot with lots of butter If muffin-pan wells each hold Ya cup, recipe will make 10 muffins. Bernie Maxfield, 4, Has Birthday Party ROCKLAND — Mrs. James Maxfield entertained sev e r a 1 children honoring her grandson, Bernie, on his fourth tairthd a y anniversary. Games were played and r e - 'reshments were served and Bernie received a number of gifts. Bernie and his sisters, Grace and Marina, Ishpeming, ha v e visiting their grandpar- Family Style Dinners 2.85 Adults—$1.30 Children Under 10 Serving Every Day Noon to 9 P.M. New Serving Delicious Breakfasts— Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst, Fried Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Syrup, Donuts & Sweet Rolls. Milk & Coffee, Scrambled Eggs on Fri. Adults 1.50, Children under 10— 75c. CAMP STYLE CHICKEN Served Every Day (Except pri. & Sat.) Plus Two Meats Served Each Meal SUN.—Sirloin of Beef au jus MON.—Baked Ham, Potato Pancakes, "Jack Baked Beans" TUES.—Sirloin of Beef au jus WED.—Sirloin of Beef and Pan Gravy THURS.—Logging Camp Beef Rat., Potato Pancakes FRI. — Sirloin of Beef. Walleyed Pike Fillets Potato Pancakes SAT. — "Camp" Turkey, Dressing, Sirloin of Beef U.S. Hwy. 51 Between Minocqua and Woodruff been ents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McCracken were recent Houghton callers. Mrs. Eliza Spitz visited he r son in law and daughter, M r. and Mrs. Wilfred Milde, and family in Dollar Bay. Family Reunion Held At F. Potvin Home BERGLAND —A family reunion was held recently at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Potvin Jr. at Sandy Beach. The following members of t h e Fritz Potvin family were present with their husbands or wives and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nasalli, San t o , Barbara, Judy, Joseph, Michael and Nince of Bronx. N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Potvin, Mary Jane and Sheila Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Potvin, L i s s a and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Poole, Sheri, Kathy and Joseph, all of Marquette, Mr and Mrs. Jared Potvin, Kim and Rickey of Eugene, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Potvin and son, Mark of Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter B 1 o n shine, sons, Brandon and W i 1- liam, and daughter, Sherry Kay* St. Petersburg, Fal., who visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lund, for a week, left to visit relatives at Coleraine, Minn., and St. Paul, e n- route to Colorado Springs, where Brandon has been r e c o m- mended to the Air Force Academy. He was recommended by the congressman, Will iam Cramer, because of his qualifications scholastically and character wise. He was graduated this year from Dixie H o 11 i n s High School, St. Petersb u r g , and enrolled at the Air Academy June 28, after which his parents, brother and sister, returned home. Brandon, an outstanding defens i v e halfback, will play football with the Falcons. Personal Items Out of town guests at the Rogers-Hulstrom wedding Saturday, July 10, included M r . and Mrs. Joe Davis, Walnut Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Carr, Gregory, Sandy and Brenda, San Jose, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Carr and Randy, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Rogers and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rogers, Susan, Terry, Pat, Carol and Todd and Mr. and Mrs. John Burud and Julie, Minneapolis, Misses Barbara Ziem and Joan Mar tin, Mrs. Gregory Martin, Cathy, Clifford, Lori and Juiie, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goar, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newman, Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehart Olson, Babbitt, Minn ; Mr. and Mrs. Wally Snell, Denise, Danny, Debby and Deanna, Color^ ado Springs, Colo; Miss Helen Peterson, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson, Nan ette, Scott and Todd, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Aspinwall, Wausau, Mr and Mrs. George Matthews Schofield, Miss Phyllis Dahlin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K o s k i Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Dan; Fine, Oshkosh, Jack and De n nis Nolan, Kenosha, Wis.; Mrs Bernard Thompson, Mr. anc Mrs. Raymond Slade, Dennis Judy and David, Pontiac, M r and Mrs. Gordon Slade, William Robert, Gary and Lynn, Mr. an Mrs. Wayne Pihalja, Pat a n John, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Slade and Larry, Liv onia, Mr. and Mrs. R o b e r Anderson, Houghton, Mr. a n i Mrs. John Weber, Marenis c o Mrs. Mae Anderson and M i s Audrey Anderson, Wyaridoffo and Allen Goldsworthy, Champ ion. Miss Helen Kay Pahmayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pachmayer, 220 E. Oak St., left Thursday for Duluth where she enrolled as a student at the Duluth School of Beauty Culture for a nine months' course. Classes will begin Monday. never be withheld from the one you plan to marry.) if your financee wishes to hear the full story of your marriage bust-up, I urge you to be charitable toward your ex-wife. Remember, every time you a little mud you lose a lit- years of marriage and two children my wife and I wore divorced, met a divorced. We are very much in love and plan to marry in the fa How T mu?h°sSld iS IReveal J *nd-a-half-year-old son is a good J1UW U1UI.I1 bliUUlU J. ICVtMl IO . . . . .*„-,.., if \mnrn Vi/vro »« | Dear Ann Landers: Our two- my fiancee of why my marriage boy but he doesn't know how to Rock land Personals Recent guests at the Fredrikson home in Rockland were Rev. Paul Edwards and children, St. Paul, a sister, Mrs. Roy Nickolson and children of Arlington, Va. Mrs. Nickolson is the former Anne Edwards, Rockland. The Rev. Edwards, who is a missionary to Assam, India, is on furlough with his family in St. Paul. His wife, Laura, is a doctor at the mission in India. Miss Ellen Carlson is visiting her brother and sinter in law Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Carlson in Channing. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carr and daughters were recent Ironwood callers. TWO-PART CHARM—Woader- fully wearable brief - sleeved dress and jacket combination that spans the seasons with charm and dignity. In half sizes. No. 8372 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12%, 14%, 16%, 18V 2 , 20y 2 , 24V2. Bust 33 to 45. Size 14%, 35 bust, dress, 4 yards of 35-inch; jacket, short sleeves, 2'/s 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. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic Fashion—our complete pattern magazine. 80 Girls Enrolled At Camp Plagens The younger girls' session at Camp Plagens, the Marque 11 e Diocesan Summer Camp.atLand o'Lakes, Wis., opened with an enrollment of 80 girls, ages 7-11, reporting for 10 days of supervised camping activities. Their program will be supervised by the Rev. John T. Hentzner, chaplain; Thomas Eddy, Houghton, senior seminarian, camp director; Kathy Galamba, Rams a y, housemother; Kathryn Rings- muth v Wakefield, head counselor. Others assisting include James Sullivan, L'Anse, minor seminarian, maintenance; J a q u e Masty, Vulcan, water safety instructor; Mrs. William Lindstrom, Marquette, who attends to the medical needs of the campers. Program plans for the session ending July 20, call for instruction in riflery, archery, swim ming, horseback riding, camp fires and night programs. The older boys' session, age 12-16, begins Sunday, July 25. In quiries may be directed to D rector, Camp Plagens, L a n o'Lakes, Wis. Girls attending the presen ession from this area are a ollows: Carol Ann Barbacov i Cathleen Bohte, Mary Jo Gra ham, Doreen Maslanka, Eliza jeth Mattson, Carolyn Steiger Debra Vargovich and Patricia itancher, Bessemer; Eda Brach ind Mary Wehrman, Hur ley Jichele Buda, Helen Mioni, Ca herine Mrofchak, Diane Mrof hak, Maribeth Mukavitz, Shar n Olson. Mary Patrick and Col en Kusz, Ironwood; Mary Gar •inskey and Patricia Sharkey Ontonagon. Life in a Cambodian village is ust one ceremony after anothe — puberty rites, solemn wed lings, gay funerals and the like. Church Events Salvation Army. A rumma g e sale will be held Saturday, starting at 8 a.m. at 509 McLeod Ave. Mass—St. Paul's Luthe ran. The Confirmation Class will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday. Ordinarily, skim milk —because it has the fat removed — does not carry Vitamin A. But nowadays fluid skim milk, to which the A vitamin has been returned, is available. Full name of Michelange 1 o, celebrated artist, was Michelangelo Buonarroti. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY $1 Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo, Save big' with this easy to ase "do if yourself" equipment ifou'll be amazed with the new Look of your carpeting. Available at FURNITURE CO. 212 E. Aurora, Dial 932-1310 CUTE TRICK... ... but no trick to stay that way witth hair styles from the STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor Dial 932-3302 Sylvia Ranta deary's Wis. Grade "A" MILK 2 Half Gallon* SUNDAY STORE HOURS: 9 AM-1 PM and 6 PM to 10 PM Lett's Dairy Store W. Aurora St. Ironwood Ph. 832-9823 poodle. They take Bootsie everywhere, and I must say she is very well trained. She has never one anything unladylike in our ome, or in anyone else's that know of. These friends always bring Jootsie when they come to visit. By the time they leave I'm a .ervous wreck. Our son tries to ilay with Bootsie but he doesn't mow how. He has pushed her ver and knocked her arou n d everal times, which has produced some dirty looks. Bootsie now sits on her maser's lap, shivering, the who 1 e ime they are in our house. Last unday all I heard was, "Don't ouch her. Go away. You're a naughty boy." Do we have a right to ask these people to leave their dog at home?—CAN'T DECIDE Dear Can't: Of course you do, out a better solution would be to invest at least as much time training you son as your friend* have spent training their dog. A two-and-a-half-year-old child should know what NO means. Moreover, children should be taught early to treat animals gently. So get busy. 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 Enterprise*, Inc. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Steve Aho, who paised away two years ago today, July 16, 1963. Loving memories never die, As years roll on and days past by. In our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will never forget. Sadly Misled by Mr. Steve Aho and Family "Tourist" LIQUID Quick soothing relief for simple Diarrhea . . . Absorbent, Demulcent, pleasant tasting, 2 sizes. II Koopectote LIQUID Rexnll Fast Home PERMANENT Also for Diarrhea: "Pabizole" LIQUID II & with new. Improved pink creme lotion — Regular 2.00, Now 00 "Sudden Beauty" HAIR SPRAY "° Nv .r Norwich 5 Grain ASPIRIN "Shopper's Special" 500 Tablets HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL i 79 1 2 29 89 30 EXTRA GREEN STAMPS FREE TO THE FIRST 150 CUSTOMERS MAKING A PURCHASE OF $3.00 or Mora HAMACHEK'S REXALL DRUO STORE Across the Street from th* Lake Superior District Power Co., Ironwood

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