Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 21, 1965 · Page 6
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The World of Women SIX FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1965. Former Resident Is Runnerup in Tucson Tourney Mrs. Robert O'Callaghan. the former Patricia Kennedy of Iromvood. was the runnerup in the recent Tucson. Ariz.. City Women's Golf Association championship tournament, losing to Mary Ellen Snedden on the 17th hole. An article in the Arizona Daily Star praised Mrs. O'Callaghan's play in the match. Down five holes at the ninth, said the Star, "Mrs. O'Callaghan won the ninth hole with a neat par 5 while her opponent took a bogey-6. 'Winning the ninth helped me,' admit ted Perky Pat after the match, 't- was pretty demoralized up to that point/ She fell back to a five hole deficit on the nth hole with a bogey 5 as Mrs Snedden parred. Then on the par-3. 110 yard 12th hole. Mrs. O'Callaghan missed a hole in one by inches and sank a six foot putt for a birdie while her opponent parred. "Mrs. O'Callaghan won t h e 13th to pare the margin to three holes. A couple of nice par 4« on the 330 yard 14th held the margin at three and then Mrs. O'Callaghan took the 15th to narrow the gap to two. That's where it remained up to the 17th hole where the cessation of hositalities occurred." i Mori mi t-orUrti MRS. PETER FERTILE Church Events Bethany Covenant. The Dorcas Society is sponsoring a rummage sale in the church parlors Saturday morning beginning at 9. instead of at 8 as was previously announced. All artic 1 e s for the sale should be brought to the church by tonight. The Confirmation Class will meet Saturday morning at 10. St. Paul Lutheran. The Ruth Circle will meet Monday night, May 24, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Sigrid Silberg, Tamara c k Street. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet Saturday at 11 a.m. Salvation Army. A rummage sale will be held in the former Silver Cup Building Saturd a y at 8 a.m. Bruce Crossing — Aposto 1 i c Lutheran. The annual congregational meeting will be held June 6 at 10 a.m. at the church. Mass — St. Paul's Lutheran. The Junior Confirmation Class will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday. Iron Belt — Our Savior's Lutheran. Rogation Sunday will be observed at the 11 a.m. service May 23. A sermon pertaining to the Prayers for G o d's Blessings on Soils and Crops will be given by the pastor, the Rev. Theodore C. Predoehl. Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. Esther Circle will meet in the church parlors Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Decker-Fertile Nuptials Held Miss Alice Decker, daugh t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Decker, 511 N. Hemlock St., was given in marriage by her father to) Peter Fertile, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Fertile, 214 W.; Larch St., in a ceremony per-i formed by the Rev. Ambr o s e j Matejik at Holy Trinity Catholic Church Saturday, May 15, at 11 a.m. For her wedding Miss Decker chose a white lace suit, white hat, gloves and shoes. Her shoulder corsage was fashioned jof pink miniature roses. Mrs. Donald Koski was her sis- i ter's matron of honor and Miss Marcia Hoist was bridesm a i d. Mrs. Koski wore a pink suit and hat and Miss Hoist wore a blue suit and hat. Both wore white gloves and shoes. Robert Wickman served Mr. Fertile as best man and groomsman was David Rasmuss e n. James Lukas and Clifford Decker, brother of the bride, p e r formed the ushering duties. There were place settings for 31 at the wedding dinner served at Montreal Lodge and the bride and bridegroom greeted 115 guests at their reception at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fertile are residing at 226 W. Arch St., after a three clay wedding trip. The bride, a graduate of Luther L. Wright Higli School, attended Gogebic Community College and is employed by Ernst & Ernst. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same high school, attended Gogebic Community College and is attending Northland College, Ashl and. where he will be a senior in September. MEMBERS OF CAST—Pictured are some members of the cast of the Theatre North production, "Witness for the Prosecution," to be presented tonight, Saturday and Sunday nights at 8:30 at the Ironwood Memorial Building. Left to right they are: Sir Waif red Robards, Kenneth Morelarid; Leonard, Ralph Dirksen; Mayhew, Richard Guth, and Greta, Irene Chandonais. (Daily Globe Photo) Ann Landers . .. Answers Your Problems. Births Meagher. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meagher, Ontonagon, a son, John Carl, May 13 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Laurila. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Laurila, a daughter, Lori Ann, May 15 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. STIFFEL Unqualified artistry, sets and meets impeccable standards in 'lamp making. Enduring, endearing family treasures that put 9. splendor in Jiving, See them now! COMPLETES HOURS — Miss Karen Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Brown, Marenisco, has completed her Master Hours in English literature at the .University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, and has a senior teaching position at Anoka, Minn. She will also be faculty advisor for the yearbook. Karen received her bachelor of arts i degree at Northern Michigan \ University, Marquette, in January 1964, and was graduated with high honor. (Lemon Studio Photo) Hurley Lionettes Have Guest Night The Hurley Lionettes held their annual guest night Tuesday at the Sky Lawn with dinner being served to 31 members and guests. It was voted to send $120. to the Wisconsin Lions Foundation for three camperships to the Lions Blind Camp at Rosh o 11. These are proceeds real i z e d from the pie social held for this purpose April 23. The Lionettes will work with the Hurley Eagles Auxi 1 i a r y Monday, May 24, during the "paint up day." They will distribute coffee and rolls to the painters working in diff e r e n t parts of the city. Mrs. Eugene Varalli, president appoined Mrs. Al Riccelli to serve as representative of the club on the governor's Reception Committee that day. This was the Lionettes' last, meeting until August. Bethel 19 to Have \ Initiation Monday \ Bethel 19. International Order of Job's Daughters, will have Initiation of new members Monday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Members of the Eastern Star and Masonic lodge and parents of daughters are invited to attend the ceremony. Officers and choir members will meet at 5 p.m. Monday for a rehearsal and supper. 'Dust or Destiny' to Be Shown on Sunday "Dust or Destiny," a 42-minute Moody Institute of Science sound-color motion picture, will be shown Sunday night at 6:30 at the First Baptist Church, the Rev. Frank Oslin. pastor, an-j nounced today. The public isi invited. I Dally Globe classifieds eel Guild to Meet Monday Night The St. Ambrose Guild will meet Monday night at 7:30 in the parish hall. This will be the last meeting QJ the season and the circles are asked to turn in their reports as soon as possible. After the business meet i n g, cards will be played and prizes will be awarded. The members of the Sacr e d Heart will be in charge of the Hobby Shop at this meeting. Lunch will be served with Mrs. George Skaja, Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Kenneth Comparin and Mrs. Joseph Kurpew- aki as hostess chairmen. Assisting will be the following: Mrs. August Peracchia, Mrs. William Pallln. Mrs. Richard Pallin, Mrs. Gust Pallin, Mrs. Mary Otto, Mrs. Edward Omelian, Mrs. Donald Olson, Mrs. Dale Olson. Mrs. Robert O'Callaghan, Mrs. John O'Berto, Miss Anna O'Berto, Mrs. Andrew Nolan, Mrs. A J. Norman, Mrs. Donald Noren, Mrs. Reino Nelson, Mrs. Lawrence Nelson, Prs. John Nagro. Mrs. Andrew Rye, Mrs. Lucy Munari, Mrs. James Mott, Mrs. Leno Moselle, Mrs. A. Mortor- elli. Mrs. Gerald Noreen, Mrs. Boris Mladenoff. Mrs. Peter Mindorff, Mrs. Fred Michetti, Mrs. John McRae, Mrs. James McRae, Mrs. Joseph McGrath, Mrs. Paul Manilla, Mrs. Loretta Mariani, Mrs. Paul Malovrh, Mrs. Eugene Malmberg, Mrs. Richard Maki. Mrs. Robert Leppanen, Mrs. Earl LaPere, Mrs. Francis Lanctoe, Mrs. Thomas Lampart, Mrs. Edwin Kunz, Mrs. James Mazzon, Mrs. Charles Larson, Mrs. John Keuhlman, Mrs. Tony Krizmanich, Mrs. Al Krier, Mrs. Rudy Kovales, Mrs. Rud o 1 p h Kivisto, Mrs. Ed Kirby, M r s. Charles Keranen, Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs. Fred Kavinsky, Mrs. Gene Kapetz. Mrs. Oliver Johnson, Mrs. J. V. Johnson, Mrs. John Jindrich, Mrs. William Jennings, Mrs. Walter Jaresky, Mrs. Evo n n e Jagla, Mrs. Bert Incisi, Mrs. M. lafolla, Mrs. Marvin Ovila, Mrs. Charles Hemkes, M r s. Matt Hein, Mrs. Raymond Haut a 1 a, Mrs. Quinn Hampst o n, Mrs. Kenneth Haanpaa, Mrs. Herman Zancanaro, Mrs. Joseph Zadra, Mrs. Egidio Zadra, Mrs. James Winn, Mrs. Frank W i 1- liams, Mrs. Bert Wilcheck, Mrs. Roland Weber, Mrs. Eugene Wallenius, Mrs. Joseph Volley. Mrs. Charles Vittone, M v s. Marie Ulasich, Mrs. David Truci- geon, Mrs. Ray Trombley, Mrs. John Tregembo, Mrs. Silvio Tiziani, Mrs. Robert Tiziani, Mrs. Joseph Tiziani, Mrs. Joseph Tibaldo, Mrs. E. J. Turunen, Mrs. Edwin Thomas, Mrs. Fred Thiele, Mrs. Battista Tessari, Mrs. I v e r Swans o n, Mrs. Geor g e Swanson. Mrs. Patrick J. Sulli- ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kruzan, Montreal, announce the engagement of their daughter, Christine Ann, to Dennis Eifolla, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Eifolla, 207 Wilson St. Mr. Eifolla resides at Rockford, 111., and is employed there by the Ingersoll Milling machine Co. A summer wedding is being planned by the couple. (Modern Portrait Photo) van Sr.. Mrs. Patrick Sulliv a n Jr., Mrs. Jerry Sullivan. Mrs. John Sucally, Mrs. George Stulac, Mrs. Inez Stuck, Mrs. Joseph Sterny, Mr s. Charles Stelmark, Mrs. Fr a nk Stano, Mrs. Loretta Sarbo, Mrs. Joseph Slivensky, Mrs. R a y- mond Simmonds, Mrs. J a m es Simmion, Mrs. Patrick Shea, Mrs. James Shea, Mrs. W i 1- liam Sederholm, Mrs. Leona r d Schutz, Mrs. John Schlecht, Mrs. Peter Schiavetti, Mrs. Angeline Schiavetti, Mrs. E m i 1 Saari. ! Mrs. Francis Ryan, Mrs. Anton Ruditis, Mrs. Fino Roverato, Mrs. Francis Robinson, Mrs. Arnold Richards, Mrs. Rudy Rezzato, Mrs. Ray Reyns, Mrs. Donald Reid,.Mrs. Gerald Reid, Mrs. Louis Raykovich, Mrs. Nick Ravanelli, Mrs. John Ray- kovich, Mrs. Carl Pumala, Mrs. John Poljack, Mrs. Secondo Pogliano, Mrs. James Piana, Mrs. Theron Peterson, Mrs. Mary Pesavento and Mrs. Dominic Pesavento. Women's Meeting at Wesley 1:30 Monday The Area Council of Church Women will have a business meeting Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Wesley Methodist Church. Election of officers will be .held and plans will be presented for observing World Community Day on Nov. 5. The theme is Laity's Mission in World Affairs. All member churches are asked to send representatives to the meeting. International Unit Will Meet Thursday Mrs. Nels Seppa, 1107 US-2, W a k e f i e 1 d, Gogebic County Home Economics International chairman, has called a meeting of all group international chairmen to be held Thursday, May 27, at 1 p.m. at her home. Plans will be made for the International Rally to be held in September and a good attendance is asked. Those wishing transportati -\ are asked to call either, I J. B. Shifra, county chairm a i: 932-5693, or Mrs. John Pozega, county secretary, 932-2449. SECOND BLACK FRIDAY The second Black Friday was on Sept. 19, 1873, when the New York Stock Exchange report e d numerous failures and broug h t on the panic of 1873. FURNITURE 212 E. Aurora St. Dial 932.1310 ONLY 1 CALORIE PER 6 OZ. SERVING Buy A 6-Pock Today AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Iron wood A Ashland Cleary's MILK deary's MILK 70 GLASS HALF GALLONS Len's Dairy Store W. Aurora Si. Ironwood Ph. 132-1123 Dear Ann Landers: I've known Warren a long time but he never asked me out until two months ago. On our first date he suggested that I meet him inside the movie because he might be late. He said, "I hope you won't mind buying your own ticket." A week later Warren invi ted me to a concert and asked me to pick up a pair of tickets because my office is next door to the ticket agency. He said "I'll relmbruse you, of course." Somehow it slipped his mind. He asked me to select a birthday gift for his mother. I spent $15. He keeps saying. "I must pay you for Mother's gift" —but I've yet to see the money. Twice I have been stuck for taxis because he didn't' have anything smaller than a $20 bill. Last night he asked me to bring an extra pack of cigarettes because he hadn't had time to buy any. I've never known a fellow who behaved this way but when I am with Warren the skies are blue and I can hear the birds sing. Any advice for me?— DEFICIT DONNA Dear Donna: Have you listened to those birds carefully? Installation Held At Sleight Meeting At the last meeting of the Sleight Parent-Teacher Assoc i a tion for this school year Monday night, Mrs. James Sisko installed the following officers: Mrs. John Mitchell, president; Mrs. Tony Michaels, vice president; Mrs. Richard H a d- wick, secretary; Mrs. Kenn e t h LJndquist, treasurer; Mrs. Donald Wesenberg, historian. Mrs. Sisko passed on the president's pin to Mrs. Mitchell and president's pin from the PTA. The Sleight School Band, under the direction of Kenn e t h Wiele, presented * prog ram, as follows: America, beginner and advanced classes featuring the beginner class brass section; Au Claire de la Lune, beginn e r class featuring the saxopho n e section; Smooth Sailing, beginner class featuring the clarinet section; Percussion Drill, featuring the drum section. Bolero, advanced class; Aluet- to, advanced class, James Sisko, cornet soloist; Stars and Stripes Forever March, advanced class, James Englis h , cornet soloist; Londondery Air, Audrey Erickson, cornet soloist. High School Cadets March, Diane Gorrill, clarinet soloist; Maryland, My Maryland, Dennis Mack, drum soloist; Jealosie, David Lucas, saxophone soloist; The Step off March, beginner and advanced classes. Members of the beginn e r s band: Clarinets, Mary Jean Fredrickson, Lynne Kenn e d y JoEllen Rowe, Barbara Toivonen, Lauri Kutz, Jeff Wertanen; saxophones, Joe Rokser, Nick Jacobs; tuba, Eric Anderson; French horn, Kim Melch i o r i; baritone, M i c h e 1 e Skovera; drums, Daniel Fredrick son Ronald Clemens, Robert Wicklund, Robert Johnson, Kevin Moreland. Advance class members: Clarinet, Diane Gorril; saxophone, David Lucas; cornets, James English, Audrey Erickson, James Sisko; drums, Dennis Mack. Alter the program, lunch was served by the mothers of the children in the two first grades. I think they are saying "Cheap- cheap.". Put an end to the bumming routine. If Warren disappears you haven't lost much. A * * Dear Ann Landers: Why do people who write a daily column insist on putting in a picture of themselves—and a picture that was made 20 years ago at that? No columnist whose mug shot I've ever seen in the pap e r could be recognized from his picture. The space your picture uses up could accommodate about 85 words. I would rather read what you say than look at your face. I suggest you drop the picture, Miss Landers. Thanks a lot.— PHOTOFINISH Dear Photofinish: The mug- shots which appear with columns are printed not because the writer thinks he is beautiful, but because a picture helps the reader find the column immediately. When my column first began no picture was used. After several readers accused me of being a cigar-chomping male I asked my editors if they would run my picture. Now, aren't you sorry you said all those mean things? * <r <r Dear Ann Landers: If you can tell me 'how to free myself of my stepchildren without losing my husband you are a miracle worker. We have been married 18 months. My husband's sons have borrowed money which I'm sure will never be repaid. They come over and drive his car out of the driveway without aski n g. They borrow his fishing equ i p- ment, walk off with his golf clubs, then complain because the golf balls are old. My husband's daughter carried off my steam iron last week. When I asked her to return it she said, "I thought it was my mother's." I told her the iron was mine and she replied, "I dropped it and it's not worth fixing." Saturday she brought her three children over and said they'd be back for them Sunday afternoon. (They had made plans to go to the moutains and the sitter fell through.) My husband says I have to get along with them because they are his kids. How can I—and still keep my sanity?— 8-BALL Dear —: You can't do anything about a father who is a shnook, but you don't have to be one, too. Tell your stepdaughter to keep her pea-pickin' hands off your appliances. Refuse to allow her to dump her children on you. Let your husband know you will not allow his children to use you so shamelessly. * * * 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. IMS, Field Enterprise!, Inc. Couple Wed at St. Paul Church In a double ring ceremony at St. Paul Lutheran Church Saturday, May 15, at 3 p.m. Nancy ! June Kangas and Glenn Edward I Beissel were united in marriage. The Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg officiated at the rites for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kangas, 243 S. Jurry St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beissel, Ramsay. The bride given in marriage by her brother in law, Milt o n Nelson, wore a Chantilly lace over satin floor length gown, the back of the skirt being ruffled. The bodice was fashioned with square scalloped neckli n e and long sleeves ending in points at the wrists. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held by a sequin and pearl crown. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white feathered mums. Miss Kay Ann Haapala, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor, and Miss Gail Wahlb erg, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. They wore identical light blue lace gowns in street length with long sheer nylon sleeves Matching blue crowns and veils and white accessories completed their attire. Leonard Perttula was Mr. Beissel's best man and Wayne Behrendt was groomsman. Serving as ushers were Glen and Gene Wahlberg, nephews of the bride. A wedding reception, at which the couple greeted 150 gue s t s, was held in the church parlors immediately after the ceremony. An evening reception was held at the Bessemer Veterans of Foreign Wars clubrooms. Mr. and Mrs. Beissel are residing at Ramsay following a short wedding trip. The bride attended Luther L Wright High School. The bridegroom attended A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and is employed by Wilbert B u rial Vault Co., Ramsay. Mr. and Mrs. William Reimer, Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. William Sunie, Ashland, were here for the wedding. Wirtanen to Speak At Monday Meeting A program of interest to the public will be presented Monday night, May 24, at 8 at the Carnegie Library club rooms by ,T. R. Wirtanen, Gogebic Hospi- !tal administrator. He will talk on the history of medical-care facilities, Michigan's posit i o n | in medicare—our local hospital and facts regarding it and Our types of patients—need for volunteer workers. A 20-minute colored film on Gogebic Hospital will be shown and a question and answer period will follow if these present so desire. There is no admission charge. I HEATRE N ORTH "Witness for the Prosecution" Tonight-Sat.-Sunday Curtain ei 1:30 p.m. $1.00 admission IRONWOOD MEMORIAL •UILDING Dial 132-2411 rtscrvationt USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS (Modern Portrait Photos) MRS. GLENN E. BEISSEL Lucy Gustctfson Event Winner Lucy Gustafson was the winner of the "Beat the Pro" with Caesar Tiziani at the Wednes- d a y meet i n g of the Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club. Next Wednesday, May 28, team play for the season will start. Luncheon will be served at" 12:30 and "tee off time' is set for 1 p.m. Personal Items Out of town persons attending the wedding of Miss Alice Decker and Peter Fertile Saturday, May 15, included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wickman, Menomo nee Falls, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McLimans, Roger and Susan, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Phillips, Cudahy, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Koski, Marquette; Emma Fertile, Los Angeles, and Donna Fertile, Wausau, Wis. WE HONOR ALL FOOD STAMPS! Shop at the Crystal Dairy Store For Fresh Dairy Products! 2 17 GALLON CONTAINER 1 /2 ICE CREAM 1 At * Wholesale Prices CRYSTAL DAIRY STORE Silver St., Hurley Dial 561-9910 Gals who have what it takes.. get it with sharp hair styles from Studio . .. 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