Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 22, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of Women SATURDAY, MAY 22,1965. FIVE White Pine Band and Choral Concert to Be Held May 27 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maurin Mark Sixtieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Maurin, 1323 Florence St., who were married 60 years ago May 21, observed the day quietly with members of their family. Home, School Unit Organized The Holy"Trinity-St. Michael's School organized a home and school association at a meeting Tuesday night, following open house at the school from 7 to 8. The Rev. Francis X. Ronkowski opened the business meeting at 8 with prayer. Officers elected at the meeting will be Installed at the first meeting of the association In the fall. Elected were the following: President, Mrs. Frank Mionl; vice president, Bernard Krause; secretary, Mrs. Frank Sopko; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Kuklenski. Lunch was served from a table centered with spring flowers. Hostesses were room mothers, Mrs. Joseph DeSantis, Mrs. Donald Nasi, Mrs. Stanley Materia, Norbert Biukowski, Mrs George Toth Jr. and Mrs. Kostec Wyzlic. Mr. and Mrs. Maurin have resided here ever since their marriage. He was employed at the Newport mine 47 years and was a lift engineer when he retired about 15 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Maurin have one daughter, Mrs. William Burt of Westport, Conn.; four sons, Lawrence and Isador of Milwaukee, Raymond of Los Angeles and Rudolph at home, and four grandchildren. A son, Joseph, is deceased; his two daughters reside in Madison. Mrs. Burt has two sons. About 125 Attend Banquet at Church WHITE PINE — About 125 mothers and daughters gathered in the Community Church Monday for their annual banqu e t, with a spring flower theme used in programs, decorations and favors. Mrs. John Stieg was toastmistress. Connie Eckloff gave a toast to the mothers and Mrs. William Eckloff gave one to the daughters. The Junior Girl Scouts, led by Sandra Groenleer and Mrs Eckloff, gave a skit, "Sp r i n g Awakening." Gifts were given to Mrs. Mae Aimone of Laurium, mother off Mrs. M. J. Voelker, as the oldest mother present; to Mrs. Paul Voelker, youngest mother present; and to Mrs. Harold Raymond, mother who has lived longest in White Pine. Flowers were sent to Mrs. Grace Luciani of Iron Mountain, a patient in the LaCroix Hospital. She is the mother of the Rev. George Luciani, pastor. Mrs. Luciani gave the closing prayer. Judy Stilwell accompanied community singing. In charge of the event were Mrs. Richard Bear, Mrs. W i 1- liam Reynard, Mrs. Vern Weatherston, Mrs. Larry Garf i e 1 d, Glub Activities Bethel 19, International Order of Job's Daughters, will have initiation of new members Monday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Eastern Star and Masonic Lodge members and parents of daughters are invited. Officers and choir members will meet at 5 Monday afternoon for a rehearsal and supper. The Hurley Eagles Auxiliary will have a social meeting Tuesday night, May 25, at 8 at the Eagles Hall. Memorial services for deceased members will be held. Lunch will be served by Mrs. Katherine Prospero, chairman; Mrs. Dominic Rubatt and Mrs. Sam Valenti. SALUTATORIAN — Jo Ann Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Preston, 3290 Parr Highway, Adrian, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur, 131 McLeod Ave., has been named salutatorian of the 1965 Madison High School graduating class of Adrian. She is a member of. the National Honor Society and won the Gregg Shorthand award. She participated in the junior class play and was a member of the yearbook staff. She was secretary of the 4-H Club. Graduation exercises will be held May 28. Her mother is the former Doreen Arthur. JoAnn attended the Ironwood schools. WHITE PINE —The band and choral spring concert of W h i t e Pine High School will take place May 27 at 8 p.m. in the'high school gymnasium. Eugene Karjala and Alex Ramsay are band and chorus directors, and accompanists will be Karen W i 1- meth, Susan Makela and James Pierpont. Unit Officers For Year Named At the meeting of the Ironwood American Legion Auxiliary Monday night the following officers were elected, following presentation of the slate by the nominating committee: President, Mrs. Thomas De- KC Unit Has Last Meeting of Season The Hurley Knights of Columbus Auxiliary held its last meeting of the season at the new quarters in Cary Location Sunday night. A donation to the Iron County Garden Club for flowers to be placed in front of the quarters was approved. Mrs. John Stremski and Mrs. John Taylor were honored for their May birthday anniversaries. Also honored was Mrs. John Siebert, who is leaving to make her home at Port Huron. New officers elected will take office in September. They are: Mrs. Joseph Zandi, president; Mrs. Stanley Barto, vice president; Mrs. Victor Forte, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Steve Baima, chaplain. Plans were made to assist the Knights of Columbus with their bazaar to be held June 27. Lunch was served by Mrs. George Zuchowski Sr., chairman; Mrs. Rudolph Beres and Mrs. Albino Zanella. Mrs. Richard Brusenback, Mrs. Paul Voelker. and Holy Communion at Two Sunday Services Holy Communion will be celebrated at all the services Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, it was announced today by Pastor Oliver A. Hallberg. The Finnish Communion is at 8:30 a.m. and the English family worship will include Holy communion at 10:45, with the Chancel Choir taking part, Mrs. T. R. Wirtanen is the director. Recent cpnfirmands will attend Holy Communion with their families. VFW Auxiliary Will Have Installation Officers of the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will be installed at the meeting Monday night at at 8 in the VFW clubrooms. A social hour will follow. Mrs. Mildred Gustafson is in charge of the lunch. St. Paul Church to Have Family Night The potluck supper for family night will begin at 5:30 Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Pastor Oliver A. Hallberg announced today. The parsonage may be called for final questions concerning the meal. "In the Face of Jeopardy" is the name of the main film to be shown after the supper. This film depicts the tense, dramatic strug g 1 e between Communism and Christianity in South East Asia today, the main parts of the film being taken in Malaysia. Two travel films in color will also be shown. All member families and guests are welcome to this family night. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Gaspard Wolfe, Ewen, announce the engagement of their daughter, Christine Marie Heinz, Marquette, to James R. Johrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, also of Marquette. A September wedding is being planned. (Lemon Studio photo) Carlo; first vice president, Mrs. Robert Wanden; second vice president, Mrs. Lila Cox; treasurer, Mrs. John Slavin; historian, Mrs. Mary Grenfell; ser geant at arms, Miss Mabel Fick- ard. Serving on the board of trustees are Mrs. Louis Patek, Mrs. Melvin Peterson, Mrs. Edgar Johnson and Mrs. Sam Davey. The secretary will be appointed by the president. Installation of officers w i 11 be held at the June meeting, starting with a potluck supper at 6:30, preceding the installat i o n and business meeting. At Monday's business meeting donations were made to the Am erican Legion Heart Sta m p Fund and the Ironwood Blue Knights Junior Drum and Bugle Corps. A citation was received by the unit from the department presi dent for reaching its quota. A let ter was also read regarding the Upper Peninsula Association of American Legion Posts Convention to be held at Hancock June 24 through 27. The president and Mrs. Elsie Ahonen were named delegates. Alternates are Mrs. Stanley Grenda and Mrs. Peterson. A report was given by Miss Edith Jacobson, legisl a t i v e chairman, on the proposed closing of 31 VA facilities. Mrs. John Hedin, poppy chairman, reported on Poppy Days held Thursday, Friday and today, with volunteers selling poppies downtown. Memorial services were conducted by the president for the following deceased members: Mrs. Andrew Gustaf son, Mrs. William Pollari, Mrs. J. A. Zam- brovitz and Mrs. F. Jacquart. After the business meeting a program was presented by Mrs. Carl F. Anderson, Gold Star Band numbers will inc 1 u d e Americans We March, F i 11- more; American Scene Overture, Grundman; Four Episodes for Jand, Morrissey; Wonderland jy Night, Neuman, directed by e 1 v i n Ruohonen, a student; Sagebrush Trail, Krance; and Bit of Beguine, Fote. A trumpet trio, Melvin Ruo- lonen, Dennis Evans and Robert Durand, will play Trum pet filigree, Walters; a flute trio, Susan Sorelle, Donna Aho and Denise Leone will play Dancing Nymphs, Buchtel; and a clarinet quintet, Chris Anderson, Joan Heikkila, Debbie Mayfield, Douglas Repaal and Carole Koistenen, will play Pop Goes the Woodwinds, Ostling. The high school chorus will sing With a Voice of Singing, Shaw; Waltzing Matilda, Cowan- Simon; Moon River, Mancini- Simeone, and Hava Nagila, the last directed by Karen Wilmeth, a student. Debbie Tonkin and Karen Wilmeth will sing 1 Waited for the Lord, a soprano duet, and a triple trio will sing Glory vc Otod in the Highest, Anywhere I Wander and Three Round FYoilo. Members are Donna Cole, Carol Makela, Karen Wilme th, Susan Makela, Debbie Tonk 1 o, Beth Tonkin. Jim Balrd. Kelly O'Brien and James Pierpont. Ann Landers ... .Answers Your Problems. Ann Landers: We are not call- 1 ing you Dear Ann Landers because we don't think you are dear. We think you are ju s t rotten. This letter is being written by three 12-year-old women who wil never read your crummy column again as long as we live. Your advice to the mother who wrote and asked if her 13- year-old daughter should be allowed to go to a dance with a 16-year-old boy has made you a lot of enemies. Don't you know that some 13- year-old girls are very mature and have a lot of sense? Age isn't everything. My cousin is 16 years old and she has been in trouble with a boy already. Births Roenicke. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roenicke, 440 S. 7th St., Freeland, Mich., a son, Frank 1 i n John, May 16. Mrs. Roenicke is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Estola, Airport Road. Zanella. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Zanella, Kenosha, Wis., a son, Joseph Gilberg, May 21. Mrs. Zanella is the former Linda Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Anne Nelson, Superior, and Mrs. Zanella's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zanella, Hurley. Memorial Day HOLIDAY CLOTHES Need Special Care CUSTOM CARE CLEANING Restores original freshness, color, and adds longer life. Try Custom Care Cleaning today. COSTS NO MORE1 SETTERLUND CLEANERS II1 E. McLcod Dial 932:4332 FrM Pickup and DtHywry Evening Party By CECILY BROWNSTONE New Roquefort spread, crackers, deviled eggs, vegetable munches, chocolate squares, beverage. NEW ROQUEFORT SPREAD 1/2 pound roquefort 1 package (8 ounces) Neufchatel cheese 3 tablespoons cognac Allow cheese to stand at room temperature until it is very soft. Force the Roquefort through a fine strainer Into a mixing bowl. Add the Neufchatel; beat together with a spoon to blend; beat in the cognac, 1 teaspoon at a time. Refrigerate in a tightly covered jar for several days to allow flavors to blend before using. Makes about 1 pint. Refrigerate any leftover spread and it will keep for weeks. Small-size pastry turnov e r s made with cheese or fish make an excellent hors d'oeuvre. They may be prepared ahead, wrapped appropriately and stored in refrigerator or freezer. When you take the turnovers out of their storage place, put them on foil and heat in a moderate oven. Election Is Held at Neighbors Club Meet The Neighbors Home Study Group elected the following officers for the 1965-66 year at its recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Balduc: Chairman,"^ Mrs. Roman Ry- skewecz; vice chairman and recreational chairman, Mrs. George Skaja; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Alex Juno; council delegate, Mrs. Arthur Pyykko- nen; project leaders, Mrs. John Wyzlic and Mrs. Jose p h Ruppe; reporter, Mrs. Bal due; safety and international chairman, Mrs. John Longhini; historian, Mrs. Alex Biela w s k i ; health chairman, Mrs. J ohn Kangas; family life and citizenship, Mrs. David Leskoviansky. The club's Michigan We e k display is on "Automobi 1 e s." It is in the McKevitt Kershner Patrick Store window. Plans were made to hold a picnic June 7 at the Joseph Ruppe cottage at Lake Gogebic. Supper will be potluck. A lesson on Youth in Our Time was given by Mrs. Ruppe, after which there was group discussion. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mother chairman. The Gold Star Mothers honored were Mrs. Ann Bay, Mrs. Clyde Simmonds, Mrs. D. A. Kennedy and Mrs. David Ryan. Each was presented with a gift and a corsage fashioned from poppies by Mrs. Elsie Ahonen, past president. Mrs. Ahonen then read "What Memorial Day Means to Me." In explaining the meaning of Memorial Day and the sacrifice "Gold Star Mothers" h,a v e made, Mrs. Ahonen reminded the members—"the time is past when women can but place flowers upon the grave of our dead and shed tears—t his is not enough—only by serving the living can we honor the dead. Serving our country can help achieve the things for they died." Mrs. J o hn Hedin and daughter, Kathy, accompanied b y Mrs. George Ticknor, presented vocal duets, which were greatly enjoyed by all. They sang "Do- Ri-Mi" and "A Few of Our Favorite Things," after which Mrs. Hedin sang "Sounds of Music." All were from "Music Man." Lunch was served by chairman, Mrs. Elmer Fisher, assisted by Mrs. John Salo, Mrs. Sidney Coumbs, Mrs. Leone Pe- goraro, Mrs. Marlon Vaughn, Mrs. Lucy Osterholm, Mrs. Joseph McKevitt, Mrs. Ahonen, Mrs. Quinn Hampston and Mrs. Anderson. Personal Items Out of town guests attending the Kirby-Henrlckson wedding last Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henrickson, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brahmer, Mr. and Mrs. Brahmer. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Preissig, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein, Mr. and Mrs Frank Skibbie Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence VanHecker, Mr and Mrs. James Smola, Ruth Radke, Linda and Pat B 1 e c k, Rib Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smola, Mr. and Mrs. George Skibbie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skibbie, Miss Therese Van Hecker, Miss Barbara Packenham, Miss Pearl Johnson, Miss Sharon Everard, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Colasacco, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeSantis, Allen and Herbert Scheithauer, Larry Judnic, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scheithauer, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Steen, Medford, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jarchow, Owen, Wis.; Miss Charlene Gimski, Miss Jeanne Smith, Wausau; Lee Hendrickson, Manitowac; Mr. and Mrs. William Kirby, Waukegan; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Durand and Mrs. D. Klein, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Durand, Ashland, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheeler, Minneapolis. t* >A t ~* *< •*., know better than THAT and won't be 13 until July. We think you should get your brain out of mothballs and catch up with 1965 activities or turn f Mortem Portrait Photo) MRS. L. C. HENRICKSON OPEN EVERY SUNDAY at 12 neon ENJOY OUR SUNDAY SPECIAL: ALL YOU CAN EAT! Kentucky Fried Chicken, Giblet Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Carrots, Hot Corn Bread, Rolls, Honey, Bowl of Creamy Cole Slaw, Coffee, Tea or Milk, Strawberry Shortcake. 2.50 adults - 1.50 children. II mlUs south of HurUy en Hlw.f 51 Dial Mercer 474-21*1 anwritanv. ••«»*» »»ww..» EL RANCHO Unit Members Plan To Attend Meeting The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary, at its meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Hjalmer Mattson, 303 E. Pine St., made plans to attend the Eagles Upper Peninsula D i strict 9 meeting at Calumet Sunday. Auxiliary members planning to attend are asked to contact Mrs. Robert Palmquist, phone 932-3883. A donation will be sent to the Michigan Disaster Fund, which is an Eagles State Project. Auxiliary members, for m e r and present, who were on the drill team, are asked to return their caps and capes to Mrs. Arthur Pyykkonen, Ironw o o d Motel, US-2, as soon as possible. Installation of officers for the ensuing year will take place June 3 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars club rooms at 8 p.m. Lunch will be potluck. Lunch was served from a buffet table centered with daffodi 1 s and tulips, by the hostesses Mrs. Mattson and Mrs. John Wyzlic. Church Events First Baptist. The Senior Youth will have an outing at the Lake Superior Bible Camp tonight at 7. Eighth graders are invited. Make up a package of chocolate pudding mix and turn it into 8 sherbet glasses; chill. Make up a package of vanilla pudding mix and spoon it over the chocolate pudding. Chill again, garnish with orange sections o r whipped cream topped with grated orange rind. Serve for a company dessert. T. Kerkes Is Chosen To Attend Institute Thomas N. Kerkes of Antigo High School has been chosen to participate in the NDEA History Institute at Loretto Heights College in Denver, Colorado. The Institute will emphasize the civilizations of China and India and is designed to aid the Soc i a I Studies teacher in present i n g units in non-Western culture. The NDEA Institutes constitute a nation wide program to improve teaching in the elementary and secondary schools. NOW ... NEW N ORGE APPLIANCES are at GENISOT'S TV ft APPLIANCES 102 E. Aurora Dial 932-0330 New Officers Named At Ladies Aid Meet The Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Little Girl's Point, elected officers at a meeting held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Kermit Rice. The newly elected officers are Mrs. Stanley Oman, president; Mrs. Fred Sanger Sr., secret a r y ; Mrs. Lawrence Erickson, treasurer, and Mrs. Carl Eklu n d, sick committee chairman. Plans were made for a combined picnic and worship service to be held Sunday, June 27. The picnic will be in the afternoon and the service at night. The next meeting of the Ladies Aid will be held in September. Couple Wed at St. Mary Church In a nuptial service at St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurl e y, Saturday morning, May 15, at 11, Miss Virginia A. Kirby and Linne' Henrickson, Milwaukee repeated their vows after the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Prock. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. John Kirby, Oile, and the bridegroom's pare n t s are Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Henrickson, Rib Lake, Wis. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, William Kirby. Miss Kirby wore a floor length gown of organza with fitted bodice and long sleeves. A scallop edged border of lace created a scalloped neckl 1 n e and adorned the Inserted fitted midriff of the bodice. Appliques of the same lace were scattered about the bouffant skirt and the same scallop border edged the entire hemline and extended Into the full chapel train. She wore an organza petal hat which held a veil of pure silk imported illusion. The bridal bouquet was an arrangem e n t of white roses and feathered carnations with ivy. Charlene Gimski was Miss Kirby's maid of honor and Therese Van Hecker was bridesmaid. They wore pepperm i n t green street length dresses with bell skirts and long tapered sleeves and scoop neckli n e s. Pearlized headpieces with attached veils matched the i r dresses. Lee Henrickson was best man and Lawrence Kirby served as groomsman. Frank Skibbie Jr. and George Skibbie perform e d the duties of ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Henrickson received 130 guests at their reception which was held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Hall, Hurley. After a circle tour of La k e Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Henrickson will be at home at 7235 W. Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee. The bride, a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School and St. Mary's School of Nurs 1 n g, Madison, is employed by Associated Hospital -Service, Milwaukee, and the bridegroom, a graduate of the Rib Lake High School, is employed by T. H. Bentley Construction Co. Confirmation Set At St. Michael's Forty young members of the St. Michael's Catholic Church will receive Confirmation Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m., in special services presided over by the Most Rev. Thomas L. Noa, bishop of Marquette, it was announced today by the Rev. Francis Ronkowski, church pastor. Those receiving Confirmation Rites at this ceremony include David Czerneski, Emil Vukovich, John Zambrovitz, Jeff r e y Eplett, Rodney Bojcick, Stanley, Borowiec, Mark Vizanko, W i 1- liam Immich, Gerald Stu t z, James Waitanek, Chester Kanipes, Patrick Edwards, Sam Davey, Jodey Armata, Thomas Bogan, Joseph Komaromy, David Pawlak, Michael Ludlow, Michael Shawbitz, Rex Salo. James Cisewski, Donald Pelkola. Elizabeth Cisewski, San d r a Danowski, Susan DeM a r i o Diane Wierzbicki, Chris tine Pachmayer, Karen Kera n e n Christine Kusz, Mary Ben son Margaret LaSota, Patricia Hoglund, Patricia Warrick, Deb r a Mariani, Christine Vukov i c h Delores Bodoh, Francis Sokolowski, Elizabeth Wisneski and Sherry Olson. • The Rev. Francis Ronkows k i also announced that the eve ning mass on Thursday, May 27, Ascension Day, will be held at 5 p.m. to avoid conflict with the Confirmation services. your job over to a person is living In ths century. And Jutt in case you think we are cheap, hoody girls we would like you to know that we are all refined young ladies who come from very rich families. — EX-READERS Dear Refined Ladles From Rich Families: Since you are no longer reading the column, X don't expect you to see this, but perhaps someone will tell you about it. I want to thank you for the ladylike manner in which you expressed yours e 1 v e s. I could tell from the very first sentence that you girls were the last word in refinement. The advice stands. * * * Dear Ann Landers: I am a widow 47 years old. Pour months ago I answered an ad in the newspaper and fo u n d heaven. I am now the housekeeper for a widower and his three children. The youngest Is under school age and the oldest Is 13. I love these children with all my heart and I'm sure they feel the same about me. In all my life I have never felt so needed and ppreciated. The probel'm is this: I'm afraid may be falling in love with heir father. I've had an oppor- unity to observe him under a ariety of circumstances and he s the most wonderful man I've ever known. Mr. X Is two years younger than I am. He treats me with respect and kindness, but I see no sign that his feel- ngs will ever go beyond that. Should I stay here and risk being hurt or should I leave and ;ry to get over this? The man is nvited out often but refuses to be "dated up." I need your clear-eyed advice — NEVER THOUGHT IT IOULD HAPPEN Dear Never Thought: Acce p t ;he realities and make a social life unrelated to your employer. If you leave this home you might deprive yourself of the most rewarding years of your life. Sta y—for the children's sake as well as your own. ft ft ft Dear Ann Landers: Since lots of people write to you ab o u t whatever is on their minds I think I will do the same. I am 13 years old now. When was younger I used to lose Officers Installed At Council Meeting Officers for the coming year were installed by Mrs. E b e n Wahlberg at the meeting the Gogebic Area Parent-Teach er Association Council held a the Carnegie Library M o n d a y night. Installed were the follow ing: Mrs. John Finco, presid e n t James Cricks, first vice presi dent; Mrs. Robert Tenlen, sec ond vice president; Mrs. Jame Sisko, secretary; Mrs. Raymond Schmalz, treasurer; Mrs. Ber nard Finco, historian. Mrs. Finco reported on the state PTA convention which sh attended at Sault Ste. Mari in April. She also announ c e < that a meeting of all St u n Night chairmen and co-chair men will be held at her home 218 Wilson St., Monday night May 24, at 7:30. Rules for th coming year will be establishe then. Meeting Set for Monday Postponed The meeting of the Area Council of Church Women scheduled for Monday afternoon at Wesley Methodist Church has been postponed, it was announced today. Folger Library, Washing ton, D. C., contains more mater i a 1 relating to Shakespeare and his writings than any other institution of its kind. I HEATRE N ORTH "Witness for th* Prosecution" Tonight & Sunday! Curtain at 8:30 p.m. $1.00 admission IRONWOOD MEMORIAL BUILDING Dial 932-2411 rtservations things all the time and I was always looking for something. My grandm other, who was a very wise woman, said to me, "I'll bet you'll find it in the very last place that you look." She was right. I'd look everywhere Snd then in the very last place I looked there it was. Can you explain why it always happens that way? I have tried many times to figure out the answer.—POOKIE Dear Pookie: When you find what you are looking for you stop looking. So—the place you found it was the last place you looked. <r * * Ann Landers w i 11 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 Enterprlin. IM. THE NURSING HOME THAT'S UP TO DATE Once you've, visited our home with its bright, modern aspect throughout, you'll be convinced that this is the kind of place with the kind of care you want for the elderly convalescent in your family. Modern methods, modern surroundings (with an old-fashioned, personal • relationship with every resident that has become our trademark). SKY VIEW NURSING HOME 309 Iron Si. Hurley. WH, Dial 561-5641 FORMICA BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy W. 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