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The World of Women SIX MONDAY, MAY 24, 1965. Church Events First Presbyterian. Elizabeth Circle will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the church. A good attendance Is asked. Trinity Lutheran. The Seni o r Choir regular and baccalaureate rehearsal will be held tonight at 7: Tuesday night at 6:15 the Vacation Bible school teac hers, and helpers will meet and at fl:3o the Junior Choir will rehearse. Grace Lutheran. The choir will rehearse Tuesday night at 7 and the Boy Scouts will meet at the same time. > Zion Lutheran. The choir will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Ra-' chel Circle will hold a rummage; sale Friday. May 28. beginning at 9 a.m. at the former Lahti : Garage. Salvation Army. Young P e o-! pie's meeting will be held at 6i p.m. Tuesday. St. Paul Lutheran. The Chancel Choir will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday. ; Ontonagon — Slloa Lutheran, i The Confirmation Class will meet Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. Iron Belt—Our Savior's Luth-i eran. The Confirmation Class ! will meet Tuesday after school until 5:15 p.m. and the youth group Will meet at 8 p.m. in the church. j Club Activities I Olir Lady of Victory C o u r t. ! Women's Catholic Order of For-| esters, will meet Wednesday: night at 7:30 at the Knights ofj A "Pop Concert" of songs la Swingle Singers arrangement ' from 1964-65 will be presented byjof Bach's "Gugue in Cm." the Luther L. Wright High School Choruses Tuesday night. [ May 25. In the high school gymnasium. There will be an admis- harge of 25 cents, choir will WITH THt NtW PATT-0-MMA 8209 Ml played and lunch will be served! ; by Mrs. Michael Zak and Mrs.; ', John McQuiggan. j ]• Officers will be installed at ! the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary tonight at 8 in the VFW club rooms. A social hour will follow. Mrs. Mildred Oustafson is lunch chairman. The Hurley Eagles Auxiliary will have a social meet i n g Tuesday night at 8 at the Eagles Hall. Memorial services for deceased members will be held. Mrs. {Catherine Prospero, hostess chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Dominic Rubatt and Mrs. Sam Valertti. The Norrie Home Study Group will hold its banquet at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, Besse m e r, Thursday night at 7. Memb e r s are to meet at the Carnegie Li- Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly — My P o i n t e r saves both the garage wall and the auto. When we built a second garage I placed a 3-by-6-i n c h plank, 8 feet long, on the floor 2 feet from the front wall of the garage. The length of this heavy plank prevents members of the family from driving too close to the front wall of the garage— From one on the mascul i n e side. M. O. E. Friends— The other day I passed an open garage that had two automobile tires fastened flat against the end garage wall to serve as a cushion if one drove in too far. 1 think these are both good ideas.—POLLY brary at 6:30 for transportation I D 5 ai ; Polly - A , plastic , r u * and are reminded to bring hu-1 Protector, cut to size, makes ex- . _. o i 00 ii —.-if olid itfi nrr Fnv imiii* irirnncm morons gifts. Births i Club Has Its Last Meeting oi Season The Hurley Woman's Club held its last meeting of the season at the Iron County Memo rial Building May 18. opening Valesano. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy! Valesano, Crystal Falls, a! daughter, May 14. They are j former Ironwood and Wakefield ' residents. Carlson-Holmstrom Nuptials Are Held MASS—St. Henry's Lutheran Church, Nisula, was the scene of a beautiful candlelight ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday. April 24, When Miss Eileen Joyce Carlson became the bride of Gerald Holmstrom. The Rev. Edward Groop performed the ritea for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Carlson, Nisula, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Holmstrom. The bride, escorted down the white carpeted aisle and presented in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace and net over bridal satin. The lace bodice was designed with long tapered sleeves, and inset of illusion with scattered sequins in the round neckline. Flowing lace, i with a front insert of tiers of net, detailed the skirt. A tiara of sequins and pearls held her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried- a cascading bouquet of white carnations and red rose buds, trailed with ivy. Mrs. William Rantala, Menomonee Falls, Wis., sister of the bride, served as matron of honor and Miss Karen Maki, Ann Arbor, and Miss Marcy Maki, Minneapolis, were bridesmaids. They were attired in identic a 1 floor length gowns of pale green organza over taffeta. Matching blush veils held by crowns of pearls were worn by the attendants. James Weislnger, Ontonagon, served as best man, wh i 1 e Charles Plough, Taplola, and David Carlson, Milwaukee, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. The bridegroom's brother, dale, and the brido's brother in law, William Rantala, seated the guests. A reception with 200 guests attending was held immediately after the ceremony in the church parlors. The bride, a 1963 graduate of Baraga High School, is temporarily in the U.S. Navy at Charleston, S.C. The bridegroom, a 1959 graduate of the Mass High School, is employed by the C. P. Minaert Co. of White Pine. Out of town guests were from Chicago; Milwaukee, Menomonee Falls and Pound, Wis.; Minneapolis; Ann Arbor, Mass, Ontonagon, Bruce Crossing, White Pine, L'Anse, Bara g a, Hancock, Ishpeming and M a r- quette. JUNIOR TREASURE — Elegant sheath in a party-going i mood that is a treasure in every! junior summer wardrobe. Add a softly tied belt. No. 8209 With PATT-O-RAMA But "25 VVVi 1 n! 6 3lt i ' lub ^nated to Iron County Gar- bust, 2»-i, yards of 45-inch. I den Club to aid the group in To order, send 50c in coins to: • buying flowers to be placed on each block of the main street of Hurley. The club is also making a donation to the Wisconsin with a potluck luncheon, Mrs. Nick Gentile being chairman. At the business session the cellent shelving for your kitchen | cabinet. I use the rough side I up so that damp things put on the shelf do not stick. This is a : real time saver and so handy and economical as it seems to : never need changing, just wiping off.—MARJORY Dear Polly—Remove the cartridge from an old ballpoint pen and save the pen for your husband to use as a hold for his FISHING LICENSE. Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, gfttdi su a«, *;j e ™ e ' gsysasr: Council of the Blind. for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Spring ft Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. MEA Club will be presented to a senior of the J. E. Murphy High School graduating class on rlshlng i ice nse. Rol it up and Awards Day. Mrs. Chester Bar- !stlck ln tne pen case which can to will make the presentation. i be c]ippecl to a snlrt pocket to Sharon Brack senior at the. stay dry but easily ava iiable. - Trout Creek Personals Glen Manning and Joni and Miss Christine Mclntyre spent Milwaukee with David Hutchen- high school, is the recipient the $300 District Nurses eration of 'a Clubs. Prince Might Attend School in Germany LONDON (AP) — A London newspaper says Queen Elizabeth II reportedly is thinking of sending her eldest son, Prince Charles, 16-year-old heir to the throne, to school in Germany. The London Daily Sketch said today the queen is expected to decide after she returns from her state visit to Germany. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Good Manners Make friends a weekend in Mr. and Mrs. son. Mrs. Floyd Mclntyre and Jill have returned to their home after a three week visit in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Seppanen were callers in Ewen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sliger, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Aho and Timmy, Beechwood, visited in H a n- cock with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sliger Jr. The Assembly of God Church congregation held a get together Saturday evening. A lar g e crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pittsley are occupying the Bud Lun d i n home. Mrs. Ora Durshaw, Mrs. Reuben Mehrlng, Mrs. Selma Elliott, Mrs. Guy Nordine, Mrs. Thomas Harrala and children, Ken ton, were callers here Friday evening. Mrs. Donald Budd, Sidnaw, was a caller here Friday evening. Preston, Patricia, Diane and Darlene Elsener, Ontona g o n . visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moffitt, last weekend. Mrs. Hazel Sliger visited at the Minnie Moore home in Bruce Crossing Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davidson and Kim, Ontonagon, visited at the home of Mrs. Josep h i n e Moreno Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Grooms and daughters and Mrs. John Besonen and children visited recently at Sidnaw. Mrs. George Tooley and Mrs. Hazel Sliger were Iron River callers. Mrs. Abner Seppanen has returned home from Milwa u k e e where she spent a few days with i the Harold Johnsons. | Mrs. Elvie Warren and Mrs. j Bruce Warren were Ironw o o d | callers. : Mrs. Francis Bonin, Harry, George and Roy Anderson spent a weekend with relatives in Hamburg, Wis. They were accompanied back by Mr. Bonin who had spent several weeks there. Mrs. John Besonen and children and Mrs. Thomas Grooms and Linda were recent Ewen callers. Mrs. Hazel Sliger and Mrs. John Besonen and children visited at Land o 'Lakes at the Arthur Remington home. i Dear Polly—When altering a ' garment you are making, put it _,_«»,. - on wrong side out and all the The Hurley Woman's Club is iplns WU1 not have to be moved assisting the Veterans of F o r- j when cnanges a re made in its eign Wars and the Amer i c a n Legion Auxiliaries in preparing the reception for Knowles being held Govern o r today in connection With the Paint and I of the earment rMaam-ltn r\9 Ui««*tA«» < __ .. . fit. If chalk is used, the marks can be easily seen and you do not run the risk of marking a permanent line on the right side Clean-up of Hurley. Mrs. Kenneth Gustafson, program chairman, presented Fleury Plazzi. who presented sever- If this idea is used and receive a Polly Dollar it will be framed as a conversation piece. It would be interesting to know al vocal solos, with Paulette Gu- how otners liave displayed their Ian as her accompanist. Com-i dollars.—BARBARA munity singing followed. The next meeting of the club will be held In September. One of our readers sent us her her her picture wearing a locket from husband had made dollar.—POLLY Dear Polly—Your Pointer that suggested putting a cup hook Dinner for Four By CECILY BROWNSTONE behind a table to hold the lamp If baked ham Was on the weekend menu, here's' a good way to use the leftovers. Vegetable soup, ham turnovers, mustard sauce, salad bowl, fruit, beverage. HAM TURNOVERS 1 cup sifted flour y a cup enriched white corn meal 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt Va cup shortening Vz cup milk 2 cups finely chopped cooked ham 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish Sift together flour, corn meal, baking powder and salt. Cut In shortening until particles are fine. Add milk, mixing lightly with a fork only until dry ingredients are dampened. With a prepared pastry cloth and stockinet covered rolling pin, roll out to form a 12-inch square. Cut into four 66-inch squares; place on ungreased cookie sheet. Mix together ham and horseradish. Put an equal amount of filling on each square. Brush edges with water; fold over to form triangles; seal with fork tines; prick. Bake in a hot (400 degrees) oven cord out of sight should have added that a rubber band should be wrapped around the cord to keep it from coming in contact with the metal hook. Our fire inspector looks at an electrical cord touching metal as potential danger.—CAROL Girls—She is right, but most of my lamp cords are encased in rubber.—POLLY Share your favorite homemaking ideas send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Pointers. Various groups and soloists will sing such numbers as "Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte," "Downtown," "Mrs. Brown" and "The Girl from Upanema." Special guest artists will be the Dragsters and the Conspirators. Folk songs are very popular today so the program will include many of the most popular folk songs of the day. Clark Wangaard, the master of ceremonies for the evening, will invite all to join in a good old fashioned "sing-along." The Mature Parent By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE Dear Mrs. Lawrence: The other mothers in our park's playground are giving my 3-year-old boy the impression that instead of owning his toys he must give them up to any child who wants them. He has a new tricycle. If one of the other children wants It, the mother's answer is always the same: "Wait a minute and Jeff will give you your turn." Am I wrong to resent this? When H is my Jeff who wants another child's toy, I say, "No, Billy is using it." But so far none of these mothers has taken my hint. ANSWER: I wouldn't like it either. 1 don't know how right or wrong we are but I should resent it. too. The real trouble is, I expect, that these women regard themselves as the owners of all children's belongings, inciud i n g i those of their own young ones. ! So their arrogance is not just di' reeled at Jeff. To disguise their I arbitrary disposal of his tricycle they use the phrase "wait for your turn" to make it sound fair and sporting. We can be pretty sure that they treat their own j youngsters' things the same way and find just as many noble excuses to justify control of their possessions. Are you prepared to arouse their resentment by challenging this "wait for your turn" business? Are you prepared for the results of saying next time "Just a minute. Maybe Jeff doesn't want to give Billy a turn at his tricycle. I don't know. It is Jeff's tricycle. Why doesn't Billy ask him?" It is quite probable that you will anger her by this expression of different opinion on the ownership of children's toys. This stands to reason. The woman who refuses children the ownership of their own toys is going to refuse us possession of our opinions. She Is bound to feel shock and anger when we assert our right to owil them. As you seem to so clearly respect Jeff's property rights, I doubt that he's going to suffer much damage from association with these other mothers who don't. So the question is: Is it worth-while to attract their ill will to you and Jeff by challenging them? I'm all for attracting ill w i 11 when the issue Is important. But to challenge these bossy women just for the sake of expressing your disapproval of them may not be sensible. The companionship of their children Is good for Jeff. Ask yourself what you will gain for Jeff by making a big deal of your disapproval. The answer is your business. ENGAGED — Mrs. Gladys Payne, Casey, ill., announces the engagement of her daughter, Gloria, to John Bott, St. Louis, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Comello Bott, Hurley. A June 20 wedding is planned. Ann Landers ... .Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: In your.me to let her sit in front. When column the other day you told a she got a pain she grabbed hold woman who is expecting her first child that she should not beg her husband to go to the hospital with her If he does not want to go. You said he would probably faint and get in the way, and it of my arm — or the steer i fl g wheel. We almost hit a pedestrian. I drove the second lady two years later. She sat in back. Every three minutes she beat me would be better to leave him atj on the head with her purse and home, then you said, "Call a! said, '"Can't you go faster?" Fi- taxl. 1 Please, Ann, don give advice like that. I am a taxi driver and no fare gives us drivers heart failure like a woman alone who Is on the way to the hospital to have a baby. I've been driving a cab for 20 years. I've had three women like that and each one took ten years off my life. The first one begged Circle Meeting Held At Graykoski Home Mrs. Felix Graykoski; 225; Wilson St., was hostess for the ; meeting of St. Francis Circle ot| St. Michael's Catholic Chu r c h, at her home. nally a squad car spotted me speeding, which was a Godsend. They gave us the siren all the way to the hospital and we made it just in time. I wasn't so lucky with the third lady. She had her baby right in my cab, five blocks from the hospital. I was a nervous wreck for three days. But she named the baby after me so It wasn't a 11 bad. From now on, Ann, tell your pregnant ladies to call an ambulance if their husbands won't take them to the hospital be- The Omtt'Oarey Momemakers' cause ambulances have attend- Club members, at their last ants who are set up for that meeting, enjoyed slides on stuff .—MAC "Home Furnishings" present-, ed by Miss Fuerst, Iron County i home agent. j Mildred Annala reported on! Dear Ann Landers: Don't you the progress of the Iron County feel that a woman of 40 who has 'Home Furnishings' Slides Are Shown Dear Mac: Thanks. I will. The opening prayer was given OAtAen c i ubt Two do ii ars were been making a living for her and, With the month of May being devoted to "Our B 1 e s s e d Mother," several selections were; given in her honor, n a m ely: j "The Rosary" by Mrs. Gray-! koski and group recitations of the rosary led by Mrs. Arthur; Jcaquart. A poem, "To Mom," in tribute to Mother's Day, was read by Mrs. Alex Beilawski. The meeting closed with "The Blessing of St. Francis." after which lunch was served by Mrs. Graykoski from a table donated to the organizat i o n . | children for 15 years is entitled Eleanor Thompson, Sylvia Mat-!to a few minutes of privacy son, Arlene Abelson and M i 1- dred Annak. volunteered to help with a very special gentleman? I've been going with a f i n e with the project of filling the man for two years. My sons (17 flower tubs on Silver Street be-! and 18 years of age) will not ing done today In connect ion; leave us alone together even for with the Hurley Clean-up and lone minute. When Mr. Wonder- PainMip activities. tul comes over (usually ab o u t Further plans for the fall col- orama activities were initiated. Members regretted the dispensing of the Iron County Homemakers Achievement Day this which featured a statue of the i yeari no ting that this day has Blessed Virgin Mary and c o 1- ored votive candles. Next month's meeting will be held June 15 at the home of Mrs. John Finco, 218 Wilson St. tn BP at 10 oe ai highlighted the culmination of the yearly activities of the various clubs for many years and has been of educational and social import to the clubs. | Lunch was served by Mrs. | Emil Hannula, Mrs. Herman 1965 Birth Rate May Be Lowest Since '53 WASHINGTON (AP) — Government experts say this may be the first year since 1953 when j the number of babies born in' this country drops below four] million. Births during the first three months of this year dropped 70.000 below the same quarter in 1964. If there is no further decline in the rate during the remainder of this year, the 1965 total would be 3,984.000. The When you want to give a smoked boneless pork shoulder butt a glaze, cook it as usual then cover it with brown sugar moistened with prepared mus- i tard. Bake the meat with the glaze for 15 minutes or so in a hot oven. Hannula and Mrs Toivo Mat . • son during the social hour. The Rev. James Know, direc- Tnc next meeting will be held tor of Christian Education of Mfl y 26 > the Covenant Central Con f e r- ence and former pastor of Bethany Covenant Church, will be at the local church Tues day night at 7:30 to present a program on the Central Conference camping. Featured will be the story of Mergatrold, "a truth told in make-believe fashion," the slide story of the conference's 1965 camp program. This is parents night for the Trailblazers group, but all are Invited, especially the ch i Idren planning to attend camp this summer and their parents. Work done by the Trailblazers during the past year will be displayed. Lunch will be served by the Covenant Women's Auxl 1 i a r y after the meeting. Wright 1915 Class To Meet Tuesday The class of 1915 of Luther L. Wright High School will have a meeting Tuesday night, May 25, at 7 in the activity room of the high school. Kresge Plans Store Near Grand Rapids GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — S. S. Kresge Co. of Detroit confirmed Friday that it will build a second million-dollar K Mart Department store in greater Grand Rapids. The first was announced earlier this year for the northwest suburban city of| Walker and the second is planned as part of a shopping center in suburban Wyoming. Wesley WSCS to Meet on Wednesday The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Wesley Methodist will have its May meet i n g Wednesday at 2 p.m. with the members of Mary Circle as the hostess group. Mrs. Frank Leineke is chairman of the program, "We Would See Jesus." Officers for the ensuing year will be installed at this meeting. 2 Counties Report Low Unemployment FLINT (AP)—Unemployment in Genesee and Lapeer counties sagged to 1.1 per cent of the labor force in mid-April to eclipse a previous low of 1.5 recorded last September and December. The Michigan Employment Security Commission reported only 1,900 out of a labor force of 108,000 Idle in mid-April In the two counties. A year ago the unemployment percentage was 1.6. 9:30 P.M. because we both work late) my sons begin to press their pants or wash their hair. Sometimes they haul out the i r guitars and begin to practice. Or they will do research for term papers which makes it necessary to parade in and out of the library until 2:00 A.M. — if Mr. Wonderful stays that late. When they have exhausted all other excuses they drag out pots and pans and cook. My younger children go to bed at 8:00 and they are no problem, but the older ones refuse to turn in until my guest has left. Please tell me what to do.— LITTLE BROTHERS ARE WATCHING ME Dear Watched—Don't ask your sons— ORDER them to get their pants pressing, hair washing, research and cooking finished by 9:30. Tell them when you entertain you don't want them hanging around any more than they want YOU nan g i n g around when they have guests. Your sons, are competing with Mr. Wonderful and winning. If they become too obnoxious Mr. Wonderful might just drop you —and I woldn't blame him. ft <3 6 Confidential to RED EYES AND WET PILLOW: Sorry, Lollypop. If there aren't enough chairs in your house, ask your mother to buy some floor cushions. A 16-year-olc! girl should not be sitting oii he,r boy friend's lap — even if they are going steady. ^r. "£r 'fr 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. 1905. Field Enterprise!. Inc. 15 to 20 minutes. Serve hot with | figure last year was 4,054,000. mustard sauce. Makes ings. Mustard sauce: In a 4 serv-1 Arthur A. Campbell, chief of j the Public 'Health Service's Na- 1-quart heavy saucepan stir together IVb tality Statistics Branch, said an upturn is expected when the babies of lies. teaspoons flour, '/s teaspoon salt, post-World War II 1»2 teaspoons dry mustard and j 1945-48 start establishingTami- 2 tablespoons sugar. In a small bowl slightly beat 1 large egg yolk; gradually beat in l can (6 ounces) evaporated milk. Gradually stir egg-yolk mixture into dry ingredients in saucepan. Over low heat, cook and stir constantly just until thickened; remove from heat; gradually stir in 3 tablespoons cider vinegar; heat very gently for a minute or or so but do not boil. Makes about 3 /4 cup. CARD OF THANKS I take this means of expressing my sincere thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives for the many kindnesses shown to me during the illness and death of my dear wife, Mary Borich. We are especially grateful to Rev. Ambrose Matejik and Rev. August Franczac for their comforting words. I also am grateful to Dr. Santini and the nurses at the Grand View Hospital, and to the Pallbearers, those who offered the use of their cars and to all those who helped or aided me in any way. Mr. Joseph Borich i >v* -* ing«~T •*-/ to Start o ^ family row: Rcod another's personal moil. ROBERT L. ZIELINSKI Knowledge of All Faiths Enables us to accept customs and rituals of every creed, with services that meet the demands of all denominations . CHAPPELL-ZIEUNSKI Funeral Service Courteous Competent Funeral Service Our Only Concern 131 EMI Aytr St. Dial 932-4410 Ironwood THIS IS THE WEEK THAT WAS! Time is short for all you folks that like to save money! Our going out of business sale is gradually coming to a close! "All prices have been drastically reduced" • Boys Summer Jackets - reg. $3.98 NOW $2.00 • Butcher Girl Sets - values to $4.25 NOW $200 • Girls'Slips-reg. $2.98 NOW $1.00 • All Dresses, Sizes 3 to 10, values to $5.98 . . NOW $2.00 • All Sweaters - Pullover i Cardigan Style </> PRICE • Polo Shirts - Long t Short Sleeve, values to $1.98 NOW $1.00 ON HIGHER PRICED GARMENTS NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED—ALL PRICES GOOD UNTIL MAY 29TH. The Tot Shop 203 Silver St. 'Togs for Tots" Hurley, Wit. 186 Pair $ FLAT SHOES pr. • Latest Styles • All Colors, Includes Bones, White • Broken Sizes, but nice assortment—there's a pair or two here for you at Big Savings Regular 5.95 to 7.95 Sellers All The Latest Shoe Fashions Included pair 452 Pair HEEL SHOES • All Heel Heights • All Colors Including Whites and Bones • All the latest shoe fashions included. Regular 8.95 to 12.95 Sellers SALLY'S SHOE SHOP "HOMI QP IITTM SHOES" 110 East Auiora IRONWOOD Ph 932.3822 Broken Sizes but enough assortment that you can find a pair of sales shoes for you!

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