Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, 1965. SEVEN ENGAGED—The engagement of Miss Nancy Anne Kuebler, daughter of the Leo J. Kueblers, Watersmeet, to Carl L. Cheston, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Leonard S. Cheston. Detroit, has been announced. Miss Kuebler is a graduate of Michigan State University and is teaching at Farmington. Her fiance, a graduate of the same university, is associated with the Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation of Detroit. The wedding will take place in September in Detroit. (Pat Mitchell Photo) Club Activities Indianhead Chapter, Sweet A d el i n e s, Inc., will meet promptly at 7 Thursday night in the activity room of L. L. Wright High School. Past Madam Presidents of the Eagles Auxiliary will meet Thursday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Norman Kellett, Curry Street. The DeMolay Mothers Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple. Family Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE Minute steaks, parmesan shells, asparagus, salad bowl, caramel custard, beverage. PARMESAN SHELLS 3 quarts water 1 tablespoon salt 2 cups small-size macaroni tiiells ('/a pound) 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons grated Parme- nn cheese In a large kettle, bring the uater and salt to a full rolling (oil. Add the macaroni shells; continue to boil rapidly, uncov- 3 red, just until tender and rooked through but still firm. l>rain at once, stir in butter rnd Parmesan so shells are toated with the mixture, serve tit once. Makes 6 servings. Council Reports On Activities Hurley District Council, Parent-Teacher Association, ,has been active this month with many projects to be completed and meetings to be held before the end of the school year. An executive meeting was held May 12 at the home of Mrs. Victor Lauren, Hurley, with Mrs. Lupino, Iron Belt, Mrs. Kubacki, Cary,, Mrs. Matrella, Hurley, and Mrs. Mickschl, Upson, present. The main topic was the scholarship. Mrs. Matrella was to attend a meeting on May 18 with school board members tc decide who will receive the coun cil scholarship on June 4. By laws were finished and othe business was concluded. Coffe was served by Mrs. Lauren. On May 17, Hurley Elemen tary PTA officers were installed by the 10th District first v i c < president, Mrs. Lauren. New of ficers are: President, Mrs. Mat rella; vice president, Mrs. Kel lerman;; secretary, Mrs. Tra czyk. Also on May 17, the Hurlej District C o u nc i 1 installed the following new officers; presi dent, Mrs. Lauren; vice presi dent, Mrs. Mickschl; treasurer Mrs. Kubacki; secretary, Mrs Hartman, Saxon. At this meeting it was decided to send Mrs. Mickschl to Spoon er for the 10th District board meeting. The new by-laws chair man will be Mrs. Matrella. With the conclusion of other business a social was held with the Hur ley unit members as hostesses The 10th District board meet ing was held at Spooner on Maj 18. Mrs. Lauren and Mrs. Mick schl attended with the othe board members. The Fall PTA Conference was planned. It wil be held at Spooner on Sept. 30 Mrs. Mickschl's idea of "Educa tion, Past and Present," was ac cepted as the conference theme All PTA members, who would lik- to be delegates, are invited to attend. The next board meet ing will be held at Hurley in November. PTA members accompanied the children to the Music Fes tival at the J. E. Murphy High School on May 20. May 24, the council with the help of local PTA members and other women's organizations par ticipated in a reception for Gov ernor Warren Knowles at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Mem orial Hall. The council schedule for the 1965-66 meetings is as follows Sept. 29, Montreal; Jan. 20 1966, Iron Belt; April 29, 1966 Saxon. ARNEL JERSEY COOLER to fresh and 'feminine! A delight for the sultriest summer days! A tackrf pleater in drip-dry Arnel triacetate jersey . . . enhanced by contrast color braid trim. Matching contrast grosnain belt nips your waist to tiny dimensions. Specially designed by Brief Originals to fit the short-waiated figure with little or no alterations. White/Red, White/Navy or White/ • Black. Misses' Brief Size* 12 to 20. *"*'"«'* OT ' fabric lv Folker Youthful Feminine Apparel The Shop of Personalized Service 8293 I2K-26V4 PRETTY SEW SIMPLE—Stay cool and fresh all day long in this neat collarless dress, designed expressly for the shorter, fuller figure. And it's sew-simple. NO. 8293 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12V 2 , 14>/ 2 , 16V 2l 18y 2 , 20V 2 , 22i/ 2 , 24V2, 26y 2 . Bust 33 to 47. Size 14y 2 , 35 bust, 4 yards of 35-inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc tor each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. Covenanf Aid Will Meet on Thursday The Ladies Aid of Beth any Covenant Church will meet Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the church parlors.- The program will include a talk on Wills by William G. Cloon Sr. and piano selections by Mrs. Martha Patterson. Hostesses are Mrs. Carl Maki and Mrs. Michael N. Lascody. Clarify some butter and keep it on hand (in a tightly covered jar in the refrigerator) to use for greasing the pans for butter cakes and cookies. The result? Double butter flavor! Summer Theater Will Open June 29 at Indianhead Mt. Jack English, Indianhead Mountain manager, announc e d today that the opening produc-. tion of the Gogiebic Range Sum-' mer Theater will be the musical, "Cindy," beginning Tuesday, June 29. Directors of the first show will be Edwin Quistorff and Peter Landry, both of Ironwood. Organizational meetings and Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—Many people forget to renew their drivers' licenses during their birth month in states where it is required. I hope my Pointer will help as a reminder. Before I hang a new calendar in the kitchen, at the beginning of each year, I always mark the page of the birthday month of each member of the family who drives a car. This serves as a check for them to see if this is the year for renewal. I only abbreviate with Driv. Lie. If they do not remember what this stands for they are at least curious and ask. My husband once asked what kind of cake Drivlic was.—MARY Dear Polly—I have learned so many short cuts from the column and am so pleased to share one of mine. Last night as I removed some steaks from our broiler, I spread wet paper towels directly over the broiler rack while we ate supper. My husband was curious and when I told him it made for easi e r washing, he said I should share the idea with your other readers.—MRS. M. M. H. Dear Polly —M any mothers have trouble teaching their little ones to set the table correctly. I paste a picture of an attrac- tryouts for "Cindy" will be held Saturday, May 29, at 10 a.m. at the Indianhead Mountain Lodge, and Monday, May 31, at 7:30 p.m. at the St. James Hotel. All persons interested in participating in the Summer Theat e r program are asked to attend one of the meetings. There are both singing and non-singing parts available. Costume, lighting and technical assistance is also needed. Plans for the summer program call for two musical productions, two one-act comedies, a melodrama and two dramatic productions. The theater will operate four days a week from a new tent theater beside Indian- head Mountain Lodge, off US-2, in Wakefield. For further information interested persons should contact Quistorff or Landry or call In- dianhead 224-1311. tive table setting to a piece of cardboard and hang it inside the cabinet door where the dishes or glasses are kept.—DELORES. Dear Polly—The other day I needed a cover for a jar. I had a ring but not the center. Having a lot of plastic coffee can covers, «f cut one to fit inside the ring and it worked perfectly. This is very helpful for storage purposes.—HELEN Dear Polly — When my teenaged daughter is putting sequins on anything, she puts the sequins in a saucer and uses a cotton- tipped stick (intended for cleaning baby's ears and nose) to pick up the sequins. She moistens the tip of the stick for each pick-up.—PHILOMENA Dear Polly—The rubber wheel CARD OF THANKS We extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to friends, neighbors, and relatives for the kindness and sympathy shown us in the illness and death of our beloved wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Jacob A. Stenman. We thank the Rev. R. W. Heikkinen for his comforting words, the Christian life Guild, the Sunshine Guild, the pallbearers, organist, singers, those who sent flowers, donations, and cars; the staff of the Divine Infant Hospital and Dr. Santini. Mr. Jacob A. Stenman Mr. and Mrs. C. Behrendt and Family which winds the bobbin on my sewing machine deteriorated after many years of use. I had no luck buying a new one even though I went to several sewing centers. I was so disappointed as I really needed to do some sewing. My husband came up with the idea of using a new garden hose washer as a replacement. He slipped it onto the wheel of the machine and to my surprise it worked perfectly.— MRS. J. E. W. Girls—I did the same thing with a former sewing machine I owned and it was a life saver —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. Church Events St. Paul Lutheran. Mary Circle will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors with Mrs. Isaac Sand, Mrs. Alex Aho and Mrs. Fanny Lintonen as hostesses. Zion Lutheran. The Rac h e i Circle will hold a rummage sale Friday, May 28, beginning at 9 a.m. at the former Lahti Garage, Lowell and Ayer Streets. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Junior Choir will rehearse at 4:15 p.m. Thursday; Ascension Day services will be held at 7 and the Sunday School training session will be held at 8. Bethany Covenant. The board of trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday and the Brotherhood will meet at 8 with Gust and Norman Dahlen as hosts. Trinity Lutheran. The Sunshine Guild visitation will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Salvation Army. The Lad 1 e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held Thursday night at 7 and the service meeting will be held at 8. Watersmeet —Baptist. M i d week prayer meeting will be held at 7 Thursday night. Ontonagon T- Siloa Lutheran. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday. Ontonagon — Methodist. The choir will rehearse Thurs day night at 7:30. To pep up oil and vinegar dressing for salad, add a generous pinch of cayenne pepper. PRESENTS ll w x 14" BUST VIGNETTE PORTRAIT only 99' ^^*^ ^^"^ HMMUNC, WeU^Mu* vnmNS By nationally advertised SPECIALISTS in photographing children. PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: Thurs., 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Fri., 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. Sat. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. THURSDAY, MAY 27 Through SATURDAY, MAY 29 121 E. Aurora St. Ironwood, Mich. Photographs Taken of Babies 4 Weeks to 12 yvs. No Appointment Necessary—Limit 1 Bast Portrait Per Child, 2 Per Family. Children's Group Pictures tofcenot99cPerChiW. SATISFACTION OUAtANTEED TO RECEIVE DEGREE — Miss Christine Santini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Santini, 138 w'. Norrie St., will receive her bachelor of science degree in education at the commencement exercises to be held Sunday, May 30, at Mount Mary College, Milwaukee. A graduate of St. Ambrose High School, Miss Santini majored in elementary education and sociology while at Mount Mary. She was also a member of the Student National Education Association, the Sociology Club and worked on the Mount Mary Times, the the student newspaper. Miss Santini's future plans include teaching on the elementary level. Dr. Mark Van Doren, Pulitzer prize winning author, poet and critic, will give the commencement address. Births Marczak. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Marczak Jr., Linden, Mich., a daughter, May 24. Mrs. Marczak is the former Marlene Cichon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cichon, Evans Street, and Mr. Marczak is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Marczak, Anvil. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olson, Sheboygan, Wis., a daughter, May 24. Mrs. Olson Is the: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Barto. Hurley. Hjalmquist, Mr. and Mrs. Lars C. Hjalmquist, Littleton, Colo., a daughter, May 24. Mrs. Hjalmquist is the former Can-, dace Nixon. Kalamazoo, and Mr j Hjalmquist Is the son of Mr. j and Mrs Lars Hjalmquist. East Ayer Street. Grace LCW to Have Meeting Thursday The Grace Lutheran Chu r c h Women will meet Thurs day night at 7:30 in the church parlors. Mrs. Gust Forsman will read the Scripture and lead in prayer; Mrs. Ragnar Erickson will give a reading and Miss Elvi West will show slides of a recent trip to the Smoky Mountains. Hostesses are Miss Marie Haglund and Mrs. Carmine Caruso All women of the church are invited. Next time you are serving franks, you might like to cut them in wedges and heat them in a barbecue sauce. Allow the franks to stand in boiling-h o t water (off heat) for 10 minutes before slicing and adding to the sauce. Use a barbecue sauce with a tomato base. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Caruso-Sfoegbauer Nuptials Are Held Miss Karen Caruso, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carmine Car-: uso. Hurley, and James Stoeg-l bauer, son ot Mr. and Mrs. E1-! mei Stoegbauer, Long Beach, | Call!., were united in marriage April 24 at 8:30 a.m. at St. Sebastian Catholic Church, Wauwatosa, Wis. The Rev. F. Bleid- horn officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Diane Caruso, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Herbert Miller was best man. Ushers were James Smith and Michael Hester. The bride wore a white lace two piece suit with all white accessories and the bridesma i d wore a yellow lace two piece suit with yellow accessories. Covers were laid for 40 guests at the breakfast held at the Bow- lero Restaurant. Both the bride and bridegroom are employed in the offices of the J. C. Penney Co. Catalog Division, Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Stoegbauer are residing at 3805 N. 76th St., Milwaukee, following a two weeks' wedding trip to Long Beach. Relat i v e s and friends from Hurley, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee and Stremwood, 111., attended the wedding. Bowling League Holds Banquet Forty-three members of the Ladies Wednesday Commercl • 1 Bowling League of the Sport Bowl enjoyed their annual banquet at the St. James Hot e 1. The tables were attractlv e 1 y decorated with individual pla c e cards in the bowling motif and a lovely centerpiece of spring flowers graced the officers table. After dinner a meeting was held and the league championship emblems were awarded to Khoury's team with 94 point*. The members of the team were Gerry Schwartz, Dorothy Albert Emelia Reinerio, Josephine Mtl- kavltz and Vickie Sbraggla. Prizes for the season were distributed as follows: Team: Khoury's, 94; Sport Bowl, 83; Rudy's, 82; Rangers, 77>/ 2 ; WJMS, 571/2; Dairy Queen, 55Vij; Bosch Beer, 45; San Ree, 351/2. Team Series: Khoury's, 2555; Bosch Beer, 2481; Sport Bowl, 2467; Dairy Queen, 2436; Rudy'i, 2415. Team High One Game: Khoury's, 911; Bosch Beer, 876; Dairy Queen, 874; Ranger's, 873; Sport Bowl, 852. Individual Series: V. Sbraggla, 588; G. Schwartz, 547; D. Corgiat, 573; L. Sepplan, 568; J. Lutey, 559. Individual High One Game: L. Sepplan, J. Lutey, Jo Muka- vitz, 235, three way tie; D. Corgiat, 234; G. Schwartz, 224. Members with first and second high averages on each team received a prize. Mrs. Ida Laakonen received an award for the greatest Increase in average—17 pins. Jackie Lutey received a prize for consecutive games of 142143-144, and J. Mukavitz received a prize for an all Spare Game. The meeting was adjourned and a social time was enjoyed. Ever slice cooked cauliflower- ets to add to cut green beans? Nice dressed with butter or a cream sauce. ° NR o D 5! MEMORIAL DAY Bedding Plants, Cut Flowers, Wreaths i V^t^^Flower Sr Dial 9324)420 or 932-052S Flower Shop and Greenhouses Flowers Are Our Business ... our ONLY BusinMsl Flewm by Wix* F.TJXA. 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