Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 5

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, July 17, 1965
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The World of Women SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1965. FIVE 'Modern Portrait Photoi MRS. JOSEPH FORINI 4-Way Tie in Golf Tourney The "Throw Away" golf tournament of the Women's Golf League at the Gosrebic Country Club Wednesday was a f o u r- way tie with Jean Gorrilla, Lucy Gustafson, Kay Kovacevich and Marge Neyoranski as winners. Low score for the day was a 47 by Mrs. GorriUa and Mrs. Kovacevich has a 48. Low score by class — Leonore Ferguson, Dorothy Matt son and Marian Newman Best handicap scores were made by Mrs. Kovacevich, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Gustafson and Mrs. Neyoranski. On Wednesday, July 21, a n "Approach on 9" contest will be held and there will also be team play. Lunch will be served at 12 noon and tee off time is 1 p.m. Bergland Church to Have Bazaar Aug. 1 BERGLAND — St. Ann's Catholic Church will hold its annual bazaar at the fire hall Sunday, Aug. 1, beginning at 2 p.m. This will include a fish pond, fancy work and religious articles booths and a bake sale. A turkey dinner wil' be served and in the evening there will be a party. Dally Globe classified get -esults CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in our bereavement, the death of our beloved wife and mother. We are grateful to Rt. Rev, Joseph Dunleavy, to the pallbearers, to those who sent. Mass cards, flowers and money, to those who r'.onated food, to those who offered the use of their rars, and all who helped in any other way. Mr. Roberi Luther and Family Wilcheck-Forini Nuptials Held •In a nuptial service at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Saturday, July 10, at 11 a.m , Miss Jean Wilcheck, daughter of John 'Vilcheck, was given in marriage by her brother in law, Kenn e t h Long, to Joseph Forini, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo For i n i, Anvil Location, Bessemer. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Dunleavy heard the vows repeated by the bride and bridegroom in the presence of relatives and friends. Attending the bride were Mrs. Patrick Reed, matron of honor, and Miss Geri Levra, brid e s- maid. Wallace Schnetzler served Mr. Forini as best man and Alfred Ciufetelli was groomsman. The guests were seated by Gerald Massa and Carl Johnson. Dramatically fashioned, the bride's floor length gown was of purest white silk organza veiled over crisp taffeta. Slim princess lines characterized the silhouette with touches of pearl traced, re-embroidered Alenco n lace on the fitted bodice and encircling the diminutivp waistline. Over the elbow sleeves further enhanced the lovely design. A self-fabric flat bow at the b a c k decolletage held the Watt e a u type, chapel length train A flat wreath of org a n g e blossoms, enhanced with sprays of crystal, held her shou 1 d e r length pure silk veil and blusher. A lavender orchid feathered mums and ivy formed the bride's bouquet. Soft aqua peau taffeta was the choice of the two bridal aides for their floor length gowns. Simply designed, their si i m bodices featured scoop necklines and elbow length sleeves. A bow at the back waistline added a unique touch to the fully gathered back panel of the skirt. Self- fabric, custom dyed to mat c h crowns enhanced with crystals with attached veiling, short white gloves and corresponding footwear complemented their attire. A wedding dinner, with covers laid for 65, was held at the Christ the King Catholic Church Hall, Ramsay, and 350 guests greeted the bride and bridegroom at the reception at the Ramsay Town Hall. After a two weeks' tour of the Midwest, Mr. and Mrs. Forini will reside at 220 Evans St. The bride, a graduate of St. Ambrose High School, is employed by the Prudential Insurance Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and Northern Michigan University, Marquette. He is an instructor at Wakefield High School. Sunday Company Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE Punch, chicken pinwheels, baked stuffed fish, potatoes, snap beans with mushrooms, salad bowl, bread tray, fresh peach pie, beverage. CHICKEN PINWHEELS 2 tablespoons plus extra real mayonnaise 1 tablespoon chili sauce 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 cup finely chopped cooked chicken Va cup finely chopped celery 6 slices thinly sliced white bread In a mixing bowl, stir together the 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, chili sauce and lemon juice; mix in the chicken and celery. Cut crusts from bread; slightly flatten slices with a rolling pin. Spread each slice with a little of the extra mayonnaise, then with the chicken mixture. Roll up in jelly-roll fashion. Wrap in plastic film or wax paper. Chill. Before serving, cut each roll into 6 slices. (Makes 3 dozen.) Arrange on serving plate and garnish with sprigs of parsley or watercress (or with small center leaves of chicory) and pimiento- stuffed olives. (Modern Portrait Photoi MRS. DAVID S. JESKE Births Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Anderson, Route 1, Hurley, a son, July 16 at Grand View Hospital. Peltonen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peltonen, Milwaukee, a daughter, July 16. Mrs. Peltonen is the former Mary Ann Kopacz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kopacz, Gile, and M r Peltonen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peltonen, Upson. Kulick and David Jeske Wed Miss Mary Kulick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Kul, k, Waremsco, became the bride of David S. Jeske, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Jeske, also of Marenisco at a beautiful dou b 1 e ring ceremony July 10 at St. atherlne's Catholic Church, Marenisco The nuptial vows were repeated before the Rev. Samuel Bottoni at a 4 p.m. Mass. The bride was escorted down ;he white carpeted aisle by her father The contemporary sheath silhouette was evident in the design of the bride's floor length pure silk organza gown. The slim, molded bodice was inhaticec' by an overlay motif of 3hantilly lace and featured a Sa- arina neckline and below-the-el- DOW sleeves Twin wreaths of fragile lace encircled the si i m skirt at the hipline and above the hemline. A detachable, narrow chapel length train fell jracefully from the back bustle- bowed waistline. The bride's headdress was a lace mantilla and she carried a beautiful cascade of gardenias and greens tied with white satin ribbon Attending the bride were Mrs. Jeri Berlick, sister of the bridegroom, as matron of honor and Miss Karen Brown and Mrs. Mary Jo Williamson as bridesmaids. Mint green organza combined with dyed to match lace were artfully combined in the short, full skirted frocks worn by the three bridal aides. Their all lace bodices were fitted and featured scoop necklines and elbow length sleeves. Their modified, full skirts were of organ za ana touched at intervals with self-faerie bows. Contour veiling and dyed to match hairbows and a u m p s further complement e d their attire. Dennis Jeske, cousin of the bridegroom, served as best man and groomsmen were Stephen Jeske, brother of the bridegroom, and Joseph Walsh, Milwaukee The guests were seated by Gilbert Kulick, Oaklawn, 111., and Michael Blodgett, Marenisco. About 400 guests attended the reception held at the Marenisco Town Hall and American Legion Building. After a brief trip to Isle Royale, Mr and Mrs. Jeske will live temporarily in Milwauk e e before making their home in Chicago. Mr. Jeske, a graduate of Michigan Tech, Houghton. is employed by the Cutler and Hammer Co., Chicago. The bride, a graduate of the Univer sity of Michigan, plans to teach in the Chicago area. Barbara Boyle Bride Of Frederick Kilian Marriage vows were repeated by Miss Barbara Boyle a n c Frederick Kilian July 3 at St. Paul Episcopal Cathedral, Menominee, in the presence of their immediate families. The Rev John Alford, Marquette, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyle, former Ironwood residents, anc the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Heddy Kilian, Baldwinsville, N. Y. Miss Janet Horning, Ypsilanti, was maid of honor and the best man was David Doner, Chillicothe, O. The bride has been a special education teacher in Rochest e r N. Y She will attend the University of Syracuse, Syracuse N. Y. The bridegroom, pro duct engineer for Zerox Corp. also will attend the University of Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. Kilian are at home for the summer months ai 13 Rowley St., Rochester, N.Y ACTIVE YOUNG LADIES Drink Lots of Milk These young "Energy-Burners" need the extra proteins, vitamins and minerals they get by drinking milk to keep up the fast pace of young living. "Quality Controlled from Dairy Farm ^o You" Brookvale's Grade "A" Milk AT YOUR DOOR - AT YOUR STORI Brookvale Dairy A Quality Line of Pasteurized Products HIM! OOQ 1£AA Phasing Our Customer's Taste IrlQI 7OA- I OUU for Good Milk for Over 46 Years Pre-Nuptial Shower For Joan Ellsworth BERGLAND — Miss Joan Ellsworth was honored with pre-nuptial shower held recently at the fire hall. Card games were played and prizes were awarded as follows. Pinorhle, Mrs. Barbara Gooding and Mrs. Eliza Western; 500 Mrs. Donald Fisher and Mrs Clara Abrams. Other games were also played and a prize was awarded to Mrs. Will i a m Gronlund of Bruce Crossing. Lunch was served and the guest of honor was presented with many lovely gifts. Personal Items Out of town guests at the Kulick-Jeske wedding at Mar enisco Saturday were J a c 1 Kulick, Mr. and Mrs. Gilb e r Kulick and Denis and Mr. anc Mrs. Ed Strykala, Oaklawn, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheffler and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon King Merrill, Justin Antinitio a n c Theresa Varakvis, McNaughton Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berl i c k and son, Waukesha, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joncas, Mrs. Esther Joncas, Thomas Joncas, Patri cia Joncas and Mr and Mrs Gene Lipowski, Oak Creek, Jos eph Walsh, Milwaukee, Mrs Jake Peterson, Mrs. Judy Peter son, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson, Phillips, Mr and Mrs Donald Hautanen, Marshfield Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. James Wil liamson, Minneapolis; M i s s e Charlene, Suzie, Mary and Sand, Peterson, Spring Valley, Ohio Mrs. Frank E. Cavosie and daughter, Diane, Lombard, 111. are visiting relatives and friends in Hurley and Ironwooc this week. Gina Nardi, Hurley, is one o the area girls who attended thi younger girls' session at Camp Pagers. Land o'Lakes, Wis., fo the 10-day camping period. Her name was not listed in the item in The Daily Globe Friday. Mrs. W A. Dawson and daughter, Kathleen of Albuquer que, N. M., are visiting at thi home of Mrs. Dawson's mother Mrs. John Jones, 515 N. Lowe] St. Claims Manager Namec DETROIT (AP) — Edward Daniels, 42, of ypsilanti, ha been named claims manager o the Detroit Autpmobile Inter Insurance Exchange at the Auto mobile Club of Michigan. Wouldn't Have Happened with "NO SLIP!" "NO SUP" TUB and SHOWER TAPE Also can be used for *SWIMMING BLADDERS *PIERS *STAIRS *BOATS Kit only 1.98 BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy 134 W. Aurora Dial 932-3674 Ann Landers . Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: Although i years of steady courtship (which I am 23-years-old, a coll e g e included our summer vacations graduate, and hold a very responsible position, I am unable to included our summer vacations together by car; Clyde gave me speak up to my parents a n d an engagement ring. He asked live my own life. I know this is! me not to wear the ring for » terrible and I'm ashamed of, while because his ex-wife -was myself, but these are the facts, i -the jealous type and unstable. 1 ' The specific problem I need your \ He said she might harm me 11 help with is this: For almost two years I have she knew about us. I couldn't understand his attitude because MB. AND MRS. OTTO SORVALA District Session At Minneapolis Thomas J. Ryan, presi ding minister of the Ironwood congre- ;ation of Jehovah's Witness e s, announced today that Minneapolis has been selected by the Watctitower Bible & Tract Society of New York to host one of 16 district assemblies scheduled foi the United States this summei Entitled "Word of Truth" District Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses of 1965, the Aug. 12-15, convention will be held in the jaseball home of the Minnesota Twins, Metropolitan Stadium, ocated in Bloomington, suburb of Minneapolis. Ryan said the local congregation will join more than 25,000 delegates coming principa 11 y :rom 11 western and midwestern states—pre-convention headquarters has already receiv e d rooming requests from persons n 25 states, Canada and Chile, South America. Principal speaker will be N.H. Snorr, president of the Watchtower Society. A missionary organization, the society has 94 Dranch offices throughout the world established to direct the activities of more than one mil- ion house-to-house minist e r s . [n 1964 they spent more then L63 million hours preaching and caching their Bible message of God's Kingdom in 194 lands and islands of the sea. Knorr is presently directi n g conventions in England; Dublin, Ireland; Basel, Switzerland, and other principal cities in European countries. More than 1,000 Witnesses all volunteers working without pay—are busy with the many tasks required to accommodate the thousands of minister! a delegate? going to Bloomington By convention time, volunteers will have transformed the sport ing arena into a giant King dom Hall for the four-day meeting, including sound syst e m , state and floral decorations and every appointment necessary for a successful and beneficial assembly. To prepare for an assembly of this size, more than 3,000 delegates will be asked to volunteer. They will staff 23 convention departments. A Chicago man, John R. Meister, has been named convention manager. Meister has directed other large assemblies of Jehovah's Witnesses such as the 1958 international convention in New York City with an overlofw attendance of more than a quarter million persons at Yankee Stadium and the Polo Grounds. "The purpose of the assembly is to provide instruction and better understanding of the 'Word o Truth,' the Holy Bible, in our daily lives. The Ironwooc Congregation is looking forward to the ministerial training, important Bible information and encouragement so necessary to strengthen Christians in thii age of continual crisis," Ryan concluded Miss Black-Eyed Susan Is Named at Pageant O. Sorvalas Note 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sorvala, 706 Margnetic St., Hurley, greeted approximately 150 relatives and friends Sunday afternoon and evening, June 27, at the open house celebration honoring them on their 25th wedding anniversary. Miss Shirley Sorvala, daughter, planned the event and her co-hostesses were Mrs. Sor- vala's mother, Mrs. Emil Zandi, and her aunt, Mrs. Victor Zandi. Aili Komsi, Mrs Emil Sorvala and Mrs. John Marl t a also helped to serve. For the occasion Mrs. Sorvala wore a suit dress of white crocheted taffeta ribbon An en;raved silver locket, a gift rom her husband, was her main piece of jewelry A shoulder corsage of red roses fashioned with glittering silver ribbon accented her attire. Mr. Sorvala wore a boutonniere of a white carnation and silver leaf. His wife presented him with a silver tie clasp. All floral arran g e - ments were gifts from the daughter. The home was attractively decorated with silver stream e r s and white bells. A large metal- ic bell hung above the luncheon -able in the dining room. A portion of the vestibule served as remembrance corner," as it showed the wedding invitation, napkins, pictures, newspap e r lippings, and bride and groom ornament from atop the cake. Luncheon was served from a table centered with an arrangement of red roses and white pompons, off set with si 1 v e r leaves. Silver candleholders held white slender dinner candles with miniature vased red roses A three tiered anniver s a r y cake decorated with bells, pink roses and silver leaves was cen tered between silver candlesticks on a bouffet near the table. The Rev. Nathan L. Daynard minister of the First Presbyter! an Church in Hurley, gave bless ings prior to the luncheon. ,.. .Their wedding attendan t s Mrs. Aili Komsi and John Sor vala were present. Mrs. Koms wore a corsage of pink roses and white carnations on her pink dress. Mrs. Emil Zandi wo r e her corsage of pink roses and white carnations on a blue dress. John Sorvala and the fathers of the honored couple had white boutonnieres. The former Mabel Zandi and Otto Sorvala were married June 22, 1940, at the First Presbyterian Church in Hurley, where they are present members, by the late Rev. Chester L. Harries. They are both formerly from Montreal and moved to Hurley in 1947 where they now reside The honored couple received many lovely gifts and cards. Music was provided by Louis Pavlovich and his accordion. Callers from out of town who signed the guest book included Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lind, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Emi Kukkola, Mr. and Mrs George Nelson, Houghton; Mr. and Mrs Eino Nevala, South Range Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zandi, Fair field, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs Frank Brunner, Mercer. Many from the range communites also attended. been wanting to move out of the, they were divorced before Clyde ouse and into an appartm e n t j and I met. with one or two girls. My par- Two months ago Clyde asked ents insist hat nice girls «tay I for the ring so he could have it nder the family roof until they reset with a larger diamond. I marry—unless they move out of was thrilled. Last week when he city. My mother says the I asked him why the jeweler was nly reason a girl would want taking so long he said, "I have o move out of the house and in- something to tell you and I hope o an apartment is so she can you don't get sore. I gave the ive loosely and do things her ring to my ex-wife for her birth- rarents wouldn't approve of. I've day. She brought all the kids alked until I'm purple in the over to my place. I had forgotten ace but I can't get them to see it was her birthday and hand't GLEN BURNIE. Joyce Hopkins, a 16 - year - old girl, was named eyed Susan at Wednesday night. Md. (AP)— brown-eyed Glen Burnie Miss Black a pagean my point of view. Can you hlep? —CAGED Dear Caged: A 23-year-old col- ege graduate should live under icr parents' roof only if she ihooses to do so. It is interesting that your parents are willing to let you be on pour own in another city. If you eally wanted your independence as much as you claim to want it rou'd be long gone. •ft 6 it Dear Ann Landers: A very :ood friend of mine was invited o a rather elegant party Satur-1 more of his lies you're hopeless- day night. She asked to borrow Uy stupid or wacky—or both, my fox cape. I said "yes" with-i * * * out a moment's hesitation. T h i s i Ann Landers will be glad to riend has done so many favors « el P you with your problems. Nomination Confirmed WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres ident Johnson's nomination o U. S. District Attorney Floyd Stevens for a new 4-year term in western Michigan was con firmed Thursday by the Senate REMINDS YOU THAT OUR SHOP WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY 19 IN PREPARATION FOR OUR ANNUAL JULY CLEARANCE SALE WHICH BEGINS ON TUESDAY, JULY 20 at 9 A.M. bought her anything. Naturally I felt like a heel. The ring was in my pocket so I gave it to her." I am heartsick and don't know what to do. Clyde begged me to be patient. He promised to buy me another ring soon. I have no other male friends and I am terribly afraid of being alone. Can you help me?—HEADACHE Dear Headache: Get with it, Lady. You're alone NOW. Clyde has never left his wife, emotionally, and in time he'll probably go back to her. If you believe any or me I was pleased at the chance to reciprocate. Last night I wore the fox cape o a dinner meeting of our club. One woman said to me, "I see you and Bernadette have fox capes exactly alike." I smil e d and remained silent because I didn't feel like telling her that Bernadette had borrowed my cape. When we got home my husband almost bit my head off. He said, "I gave you the cape for your anniversary and I didn't mean for you to pass it around." Is he right or wrong?—ANSWER NEEDED Dear Answer: Most husbands couldn't care less about such matters. Since your husband does care, you should respect his wishes. Dear Ann Landers: After five Send them to her in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965. Field Enterprises, Inc. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in our bereavement,, the death of our dear husband, father and son, Walter Silvestri. We are grateful to the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Donleavy for his comforting words, to the pallbearers, to those who sent flowers and those who offered the use of their cars. Th* Walter SUv.ilri Family buple Observes 45th Anniversary ROCKLAND — About 100 r e - atives and friends attended an open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fredrikson of Victoria Sunday, July 11, to honor them on their 45th wedding anniversary. Children and 14 grandchildren of the honored couple were in attendance. The Fredriksons are 1 i f « . long residents of Roskland and Victoria. They received many gifts and a purse of money. 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