Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 25, 1965 · Page 6
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The World of Women SIX TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1965. Chovan and Rouker Nuptials Held at St. Sebastian Church JEANNE ODORIZZI Small Fry Party Recital Given by Jeanne Odorizzi St. Mary's School of Mus i c, H u r 1 e y. presented Jea n n e Odorizzi. 13. daughter of Dr.! and Mrs. L. C. Odorizzi, 4071 Poplar St., Hurley, in a piano; and organ recital Sunday at 3 1 p.m. at St. Mary church Hall.: The music instructor is Sister Mary Cecilia, O. S. F. Jeanne was well received by ', the group gathered for the recital. The members of the girls choir! presented Jeanne with a corsage' of yellow chrysanthemums. Following is the program: Piano—Allegro Moderate No. 5. Bach, and Sonata No. 3, Mozart Vocal solo, Whether. Schubert. Fleury Piazza. Piano—Prelude in G, Bach, Minute Waltz. Chopin, and Pre-i lude in C Sharp Minor, Rach- maninov. Vocal solo, Ave Maria. Masco- S- r ne. Paula Lerza. : Organ—Ave Maria, Kreckel. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Astronaut hamburgers, potato chips, carrot and celery missiles, ice cream stars, moon i Theme From Finlandia, Sebelius 'and Chanson Triste. Ravel. , Vocal solo—Dedication, Franz. j Sandra DeRizzo. i Organ — Maestose No. 10, I Sacha, Allegro Moderate No. 20. t Triple trio—The Night Has a (Thousand Eyes. Cain, j Organ — Greig Concerto (1st | movement!, Greig. Barbara Barto. Paulette puffs. MOON PUFFS C cups puffed rice BESSEMER — Marriage vows were pledged, Saturday, May 22 at the St. Sebastian Catholic Church by Mrs. Hermlne Chovan, 1608 S. Porter St., and Jos e p h Rouker, 1702 j o h ns o n Road. The Rev. Leslie Borman officiated in the nuptial rites, at 5:30 p.m. in the presence of the families and friends. Mrs. Hugo Ippolite attended the bride as matron of honor and Mr. Ippolite served the bridegroom as best man. For her wedding the br i d e chose a street length sheath of soft pink embroidered cotton, designed with short sleeves and gently scooped neckline. Matching footwear and a dainty pink Whimsie completed her ensemble which was accented by a shoulder corsage of deep pink and white roses. Mrs. Ippolite wore a two piece street length ensemble of pastel green ies. The iz cup light corn syrup 4 ',4 teaspoon salt '•.t cup water Va cup peanut butter 12 large marshmallows In a jelly-roll pan heat puffed rice in a moderate (350 degrees) oven for 10 minutes. Pour into large greased mixing bowl. In a medium-sized saucepan stir together the sugar, corn syrup, salt and water: bring to a boil. Cook to 236 degrees on a candy thermometer or until the softball stage. Stir in peanut butter; pour over puffed rice and stir until all kernels are evenly coated. Quickly divide into 12 portions; with greased hands, shape a portion of the mixture around Gulan and Sister Marie Cecilia, O. YARN EMBROIDERY! — Stitch an apron from burlap, then embroider this lovely creative design in pretty shades of wool yarn! Make an extra of this unusual apron for gift-giving! Pattern No. 2925-H has apron quirements. ! Art Exhibit | Is a Success ! The Range Art Assoclat i o n | exhibit and meeting held Satur- j day morning at Salem Lutheran Church was a successful event. Forty-five pictures in various media of artists from Hur- j ley, Bessemer and Ironw o o d (were shown. I The exhibit, which was on ; disp 1 a y in the window of the i Lake Superior District Power ; Co. during Michigan Week, was judged by Denn Koivisto, art. ins t r u c t o r in the Ontonag o ni covers laid for 40 close relatives •schools. i and friends. I Ko i v i s t o gave the gr o u pi Upon their return from a brief •a most absorbing and instruc-1 wedding trip, they will reside live analysis of each artist's! at 1702 Johnson Rd.. Bessemer. • work in terms of line, space' Mrs. Rouker, the former Her- ciesign and color relationshi p s.| mine Kramer of Cleveland, O, He drew attention to texture has lived here during the past and style, with comments on the' 12 years. Prior to her marriage) uses of perspeelive in realistic! she was employed at the Ben work. i Franklin Store. Mr. Rouker Is "PJvery work of art.' 1 he suid, i employed at the White Pine "expresses an idea. It i.s th.fi art-1 Mine. ist's problem io present; this idea' effectively." The paintings were,™ - ,- jr/prfe-pr judged on the basis of origin-1 '*.'i+j'.ibiiut: -t-ieuJic-i ality, composition, total effects 1 flnd ~ and the handling of each media' in respect to Its individual re-- silk with white accessor- bride and brldegr o o m were honored at a wedding din- n e r, after the ceremony, at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, with BISHOP TO Very Rev. George Selway, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan, will make a visitation for Confirmation at the Church of the Transfiguration Thursday night, May 2V. A parish supper will be held in the undercroft in honor of the con- firmands. The Confirmation Service will follow at 7:30. This year's high school graduates will also be guests at this parish supper. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Concert Tonight Starts at 7:30 The "Music of '64 and '65" concert ther L. Chorused tonight at the school S F._were the accompanists for i dire ctions; hot-iron transfer for. Prizes the singing. a marshmallow to form a Cool until set. ball. pop-top in B flutter of color-edged ruffles 4.00 Fabulously feminine. Air-cooled scoopy neckline, 65% Daeron* polyester, 35°i cotton. White edged in color, and Kaleva will and fancy work Club Activities i The Gogebic Range Jaycettes! will meet tonight at 8 at thej St. James Hotel. • The Ladies have a bake sale at the Kaleva Hall Friday June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Coffee and lunch will be served. Past Madam Presidents the Eagles Auxiliary will meet Thursday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Norman Kellett, Curry Street. International chairmen of the Gogebic County exten s i o n groups will meet Thursday, May 27, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Nels Seppa, 1107 US-2, Wakefield, to make plans for the j design; stitch and color chart. To order, send 35c in coins to Anne Cabot, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, • Chicago, 111. 60607 For ist-class mailing add ^l^^^^^^M I man officiated ,- oaoVi rvcittovn TJHiif nn>iin ! LilOllp 1—OUS . AyilU, pOlUdll, the Rev. Robert Baranow. first; gymnasium will start promptly demeans her by asking her to MASS—Miss Christine Mar i e at 7:30 with everyone singing come to his place. And she degrades herself by caving in to thej his selfish demands. Ofj <r A * 1 Klecker, daughter of Mr. and the Hootenanny song. \VIMV awarded in three i Mrs - Frefl Klecker. Watertown,' After that members of Oil. watercoloV.'oth-i wis • ancl Dale Hunl:i ' Water- choir will present the songs display- Best of Show—oil; Gold e n An for each pattern. Print name. address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c now for your new Spring-Summer album! Regu- Josephine, Olive Niemi. second; , lar features: custom collection of items to crochet, knit, stitch! > 65 i Birch Trees. Madge Brenn e n, Mrd; Spring Fantasy Alice Mickelson, and Mighty Superior. Births Gert rude Kaari, hono r a b 1 e P a u la mention. Group 2— watercolor; Palms, Edna Hansen, first; ,,, , „, , ,, , T ...Artists at Lake, Sigrid Silberg Orclway. Mr. ancl Mrs. Harold ! second; F a , 1( ' H elen Sand el, third; October, Ellen Anders o n, Everyone will want the singing and hear Dragsters and the Conspira- Cat'h o 1 i c Church, Watertown tors. The Very Rev. Anthony J. Her- The public Is invited to attend at the doub le i this musical event for which there will be a small charge. ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a fl o o r i length clelustered satin gown of | her own creation, with a bouffant back sweeping into a chap-1 Mrs _ A1 savola entertained a Merriweother Personals Ordway, Indian River, a May 22. Mrs. Ordway is son, the former Phoebe Tassava, daughter of Mrs. Matt Leinonen, 633 Huron St. Nelson. Mr. International Rally to be held inj '"';" „, 'jYlVT H V Sentember. Those wlshinir trans- N_ elBO . Wakefield, a daughter, May 24 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. September. Those wishing transportation are asked to call either, Mrs. J. B. Shifra, county chairman, 932-5693, or Mrs. John Pozega, county secretary, 932- Kindergarten Has and Spring Tonic. Gertrude Kaari, honorable mention. Group 3 —other media: Lake Superior Ice, pastel, Clara Beau- Mrs. Conrad j champ, first: Basket of Fruit, crayon, Zera Tabacchi, second; Spring Tricks, ink, Dorothy Silkworth; Nalia, Pencil, Edna Hansen, and Ice Fsherman 2449. Senior Ladies Aid To Meet Thursday The Senior Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church will meet Thursday night at 7:30 in the church parlors. The Rev. Thomas Schultz will lead the Bible discussion and the following program will be presented: Reading, Mrs. Eero Riihimaki; duet, Mrs. Matt Saarl and Pastor Schultz accompanied by Mrs Reino Kangas; reading, Mrs. Ann Plrhonen. Hostesses for the meeting are Mrs. Ellen Kivi, Mrs. Riihima- ki, Mrs. Ray Lantta, Mrs. Eugene Pekola and Mrs. Maria Ijas Phon* 932-3320 IN MEMORIAM To the beautiful memory of our dearly beloved mother, Mrs. Mrytle Wallis, who paned •way May 25. 1961: Just a thought of you, dear mother, Just a memory sweet and true, And a token of affection, That our hearts still yearn for you. Tha Wallis Family and Grandchildren Outing to Mercer The kindergarten classes of the A. L. Norrie School enjoyed a train excursion to Mercer Sunday. They, were accompanied by their mothers and their teacher, Mrs. Alen M. Carlenius. pencil, Alice Mickelson, j able mention. honor- el train. Re-embroidered French lace highlighted the elbow length sleeves, waistline and hemline. A full bouffant three-tier veil was held by a peralized floral arrangement. The bride carried a single rose. Matron of honor was Mrs. Elmer Moran, Watertown, sister of the bridegroom, and bridal aides were Miss Kathleen McLain. Adams, Wis., cousin of the bride, and Miss Kathleen Mabie, Hinsdale. 111., friend of the couple. They wore ice blue de- lustered satin gowns, similar to that of the bride. Their bead- pieces were matching bows with short face veils. E 1 m e r H. Moran was best Church Events St. Luke's Lutheran. The Al-i™an for his brother in law and R aymonc j home. group of boys at a theat r e party Sunday evening in honor of her son, Dean, who celebrated his thirteenth birthday anniversary. Mrs. Clara Abrams and grandson, Elton Borns, were business callers in Wakefield last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E 11 s- worth visited Mrs. Rose E 11 s- worth at the Maresh Rest Home in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Minier and son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zwick, and daughter, Thomaston, Mr. and Mrs. William Zwick and baby, White Pine, Mrs. Ernest Keronen and children, Trout Creek, were callers recently at the tar Guild will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. Bethany Covenant. There will not be a midweek service Wed- A picnic and games were en-' nesday. joyed by the children at the j Trinl ty Lutheran, servlc e s Mercer Community Build i n g. The children were given treats and gifts by the Kindergart e nj 2 p.m. • " if'' will be held at the Gogebic Hospital, Wakefield, Wednesday at Mothers Club. On Thursday the child r e n were given treats and gifts by the Kindergarten Mothers Club. On Thursday the children went to the railroad station and pur- Salvation Army. Midw e e k services will be held Wednesday night at 7. Seventh - (lay Advent i s t. s e r v i n g as groomsmen were Mr and Mrs Charles Himan- Harold Amos, Greenland, friend | ka and daughters, Iron River, of the bridegroom, and Donald Klecker, brother of the bride. Richard Sette, Cedarburg, and visited with their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain. Joseph Klecker, Watertown cou- j M r. and Mrs. Earl Angus, Mr. sin of the bride, performed the | and Mrs w Pikka and daugh . ushering duties. A family dinner at the Pattde- uscher Hall was followed by an afternoon reception. After a week's wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Huhti are residing | at Watertown. Prayer meeting will be held chased their tickets. They also Wednesday night at 7:30. visited Carlson's Supermarket! rhlirph of Christ Srion Sc »ool of Practical Nursing, is otlrl urovn <ritr<m d front- in thp r 1TSI CIHllCIl Ol ^imSl, JSC1C11- ,, ' ana weie given a tieat in ine tpxrminnmrii mpptiny employed at Watertown Memor- store basemet. The after noon llst " A ^strmnomui meeti n g ter, Thomaston, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nurmi, Wakefield, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nash and | children, Topaz, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ray- and children, Ironwood, an office—no. The same goes for sequins, satin and lace dresses, and those low-cut numbers. Girls who wear fussy, party- type outfits to work look as 11 they slept away from home the night before and Came straight to work from the party. ft fr •& Dear Ann Landers: I am married to a wonderful guy. He Is 21. I am 16. My parents didn't want me to get married but I hated school and wasn't learning anything. My mind was on Tony all the time. It seemed stupid to try to be a student when I just wanted to be Tony's' wife. Whenever I mentioned m a r- riage my mother went through the ceiling. One day I decided to tell her I was pregnant so she'd have to let me get married. My plan worked but now I'm afraid I outsmarted myself. Tony and I have been married three months and I am still not pregnant. According to what I told my Mother I should be five months along. She is worried because I'm so thin and she keeps asking me why I haven't gained weight. If I tell her the truth can she have the marriage annulled?— GIRL WHO HAD TO LIE Dear Girl: Tell your mother the truth—and the sooner the better. The age of consent and laws bearing on annulment vary from state to state. See a lawyer. ii it * Ann Landers will be glad to wot* In offices? It would be a na- 1:el P y° 11 wltn vou . r P robl ems. tional service. Send them to her in care of this At this moment I am looking- newspaper enclosing a stamped, at two girls who appear to be self-addressed envelope, wearing shortened formals. One ; copyrnm. 1905. Field Enterprises, inc. dress is cut so low that when j _ the office boy drops the mail on Golf LeaOlie tO her desk he looks at the ceiling. ^ Another dame is decked out in a sweater decorated with red! Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter is 22. She is engaged to a young man we do not know at all well. This girl has finished college and has always sho w n good judgment—except in the selection of her finace.; The young man has an apartment in a bad section of town He frequently phones our daughter at night and asks her to come to his place. She dashes out the door whenever he calls and never returns before midnight—always alone, My husband and I believe he should not ask her to come across town at night, into a bad neighborhood, and then allow her to go home alone. Are we old-fashioned? Should we speak up or remain silent? —B. CAL. Dear B.: You aren't old-fashioned, you're just too late. Your daughter didn't get this way over night. It's obvious that she is so hungry for male attention that she will do anything to get it. As parents you have an obligation to speak up. Having spoken up, say no more. A girl 22 must (and probably will) make her own decision about when and where she will see her fi- to be given by the Lu- ance Wright High Sch o o 1 A young man cannot respect a girl who has no self-respect. He year—popular and Dear Ann Landers: Will you kindly devote a little space to the proper dress for women who Meet Wednesday and "green sequins? 1 practically i Tne Women's Golf League of go blind when the sun hits her. j the Gogebic Country Club will The girl behind me is wearing a black lace coctail dress on which she has sewn wTiite collars and cuffs. The black patent leather belt matches her shoes. And while you're at it. Annie, what do you think of the beehive hair-do for office wear?— VIEW FROM THE 10TH FLOOR Dear View: Beehives are fine if you happen to have bees. In have a poker tournament Wednesday afternoon. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. and "tee off" time is 1 p.m. Team play will start Wednesday, June 2. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for their kindness to me during my stay at the Grand View Hospital. Your many cards, get well messages and flowers for my speedy recovery were greatly appreciated. I especially wish to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Staff at the Grand View Hospital. Mrs. Alice DeLodder Iron Belt, Wis. The bride, a graduate of the j monc j Watertown High School and Mil-| Mr and~Mrs"'"Frankiin"R'ay- waukee Institute of Technology j mon ^ anc j children- also made an excursion to see tropical fish at the Michael Morgan home, Low e 11 Street. The children also toured the bakery of the market and watched the decorating of a will be held Wednesday night at 8. The reading room will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. Church of the Na/arene. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. ial Hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of Mass High School and is presently employed at Durant Manfu in the purchasing department. were visitors at the their parents, Mr. sons, Thomast o n home of and Mrs, SPECIAL WED. ONLY 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Turkey Dinner Complete with dressing, cranberry sauce, whipped potatoes, vegetable, roll, butter. Reg. 70c- Cfl Special , JUC Watch for Weekly Special KRESGE'S FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLYI The children were accompa-! nied on these excursions by! e(nesclay night at 7:30 and the the following mothers: Moraine, . b You won't need your fur coat this summer . , ... but your fur coat needs us! STORE IT NOWI COMfliTE PROTECTION AGAINST MOTHS, FIRE, THEFTI K4*4 Dial 932-1500 Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Mrs Edward Blomrjuist; atternoon, Mrs. Edmund Grayowski, Mrs. Jolin Si'.ilk ancl Mrs. Edwin Tafelski. The kindergarten graduati o n Senior Choir will rehearse at 8:30. Assembly of God. Prayer service will be held at 7:30 Wednesday night. Salem Lutheran. The Sen i o r exercises \vill be held Tuesday, | Choir will rehearse at 7 June 1, at 10:05 a.m. and 2:35JWednesday. p.m. p.m. Trout Creek— Assembly of —— :God. Prayer meeting ancl Bible The Salvation Army preaches! study will be held Wednesday the Gospel in 147 languages. j night at 7:30. Ontonagon—Baptist. P r a yer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. Ontoiiag'on —Assembly of God. Bible study and prayer sei vice will tje held Wednesday niglu at 7:45. White Pine—Faith Luther a n. "Sonny'll murder the bum!" The expectant smile and the forecast on tonight's Clay- Li.ston heavyweight fight bc- IOIIR to Stacy Wyszynski, 1- year-olcl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wyszynski, Milwaukee. PHOTO, OF COURSE, BY BABY'S FAVORITE PHOTOG . .. KEN AHO AT KENNY'S STUDIO 127 E, Aurora Phon* 932-3620 Where Every Wednesday I.s Special for Mom ancl Baby. Frank Raymond. Mr. ancl Mrs. Robert Lovett, Minneapolis, were recent visitors at the Lloyd Cook Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and children visited at Wakefield, with Mrs. Esther Koski. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain visited the David Kekke home in i Mrs. C. Minion, 89, Marks Anniversary MERCER — A birthday anni- Rockland. versary celebration was held in j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor, honor of Mrs. Christine M i n ton, i Wakefield, visited with Mr. and 89, Tuesday, May 4, at her home; Mrs. Carrol Abrams. here. Friends and relatives, who 1 USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS gathered for a cook-out besides' Mercer folks, were Mr. a n d j Mrs. Ralph Allender of Iron-: wood, Mrs. Clarence Maki and daughter of Milwaukee, Capt. and Mrs. Frank Moon and fam-i ily of Las Vegas. Also celebrating his birthday anniversary on the same date was Sidney Chancy, a son in law of Mrs. Minton. Clearly identifiable fossils have been discovered in sediments nearly tsvo billion years old. The most ancient k n o w n The Junior Choir will rehearse j living things are micro-organ- at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday; the isms found in the Gunflint iron Confirmation Class will meet formations of the northern Lake at 4:30, and Miriam Circle will; Superior region of Canada and meet in the church parlors at adjacent Minnesota. The ancient 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Mildren as hostess. micro-1 ON BASIC SETS OF TOWLE STERLING • Save up to $17.00 on four 4-piece place settings • Save up to $46.00 on eight 6-piece place settings • Save up to $69.00 on twelve 6-piece place settings ..? Here it • rare opportunity to own the Towle Sterling Service you have always wanted. Substantial savings on services for 4, 8, or twelve people over the single place setting or open stock price. Parents of the Bride. Now is the time to carry on that wonderful eld tradition of giving your daughter a set of sterling for her wedding. Many lovely Towle patterns to choose from. 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