Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 27, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of Women THURSDAY, MAY 27,1965. FIVE ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Kllponen, 601 W. Clov- eVland Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria Beth, to Ronald O. Rajala, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rajala, .Route 2. Mr. Rajala will be graduated in June from Michigan technological University, Houghton. with a degree in metallurgical engineering and has a position with General Motors Corporation, Detroit. An Aug. 28 wedding is being planned by the couple. Club Activities Indianhead Chapter, Sweet A'd e 11 n e s, Inc., will meet promptly at 7 tonight in the activity room of L. L. Wright High' School. Karen Myllymaki Feted With Shower MASS- — Miss Karen Myllymaki was honor guest at a personal shower Monday night, May 17, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Flink, Greenl and. MrSv/Alvar Niemi was in charge of the games and prizes were given the winners. Lunch was served to 18 guests by the hostesses, Miss Bonn i e Niemi, Mrs. Willard Myllymaki and Mrs. John Flink. A special cake decorated in white and yellow was made by Mrs. Niemi. Karen received many love 1 y gifts. Her marriage to Roger Flink will take place June 5. IN APPRECIATION The Relatives of tht Late Mrs. Anna Swanson wishes to acknowledge the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy. Hurley Auxiliary Names Officers Mrs. Margaret Julin was unanimously elected president of the Hurley American Leg i o n Auxiliary at its recent meeting. Other officers unanimously reelected were first vice president, Elsa Consie; second vice presid e n t, Waltrude Ca y c r; treasurer, Edythe Cox. The secretary Is appointed by the president. Executive members are Ethel Frlgo, Jennie Balma and Katherine Prospero. Mrs. Gene vie ve Max, the president, announced that the Legion Auxiliary scholarship pin, donated each year to an outstanding student of the J. E. Murphy High School, will be giverrto Mary Lou Flateau this year. Mrs. Max will make the presentation. The District Spring Conference of the auxiliary will be held at Mercer June 5 and 6. The Hurley unit Is allowed two delegates. Mrs. Julin, the new president, will be one of the delegates and the other will be her secret a r y. Alternates w 111 be Edythe Cox, re-elected treasurer, and the second alternate will be the chaplain. The following members h a ve volunteered to sell poppies Friday and Saturday: Mrs. Julin, Miss Ellen Cook, Alice Hughes, Edythe Cox, Ann DiUlio, Waltrude Cayer, Mrs. Ida B. Lanzer and Mrs. Max. It was expected that additional members would volunteer for both days. After the business meeti n g, Miss Cook presented an interesting memorial service for deceased auxiliary members. The program opened with the auxiliary hymn of the month, "Holy. Holy, Holy," by the members. Miss Cook'read a memorial selection after which Fleury Piazza, accompanied by Paulette Gulan, presented in her lovely soprano voice,'the theme song of the American Legion Auxiliary, "To the Auxiliary," by Richard Fainer. Her other selections were '"The-Poppy of Sacrifice" by Audrey Mae Mieir, and last but not least the favorite of all Americans, "God Bless America:" Seven deceased members were honored in this program Lunch was served from an attractively decorated table by by the hostesses, Mrs. John Gibbons, Mrs. Walter Curik and Mrs. Lanzer. Churrh Events Trinity Lutherp- - The Junior and Senior Catcheism Classes will meet Saturday at 9 and 10 a. m., repsectively. Immanuel Lutheran, Little Girl's Point. The Junior Cathe- chism Class will meet at Trin-. ity Lutheran Church Saturday at 9 a.m. Salem Lutheran. The Cba pel V MEMOR,AI DAY JUSF AMMO A perfect-time * f or snapshot? Get your film and phbto'supplies now from Rang* Photo Service ... 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Judith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moren, 13 South Range Road. She received her elementary education at the Norrie School. Some of the extra-cur ricular activities she has participated in while in high school include varsity cheerleader, Pep Club, Girls Athletic Association, senior class play, Hematite staff, Latin Club and choir. After completion of her college education, Judith plans to be a commercial teacher. Mrs. G. A. Oahlen, chairman of the club's education department, said that the Ironwood Woman's Club annually awards a scholarship to the Gogebic Community College. Choir will rehearse at 4 p.m. Friday. Zlon Lutheran. Rachel Circle will have a rummage sale Friday,, beginning at 9 a.m., at the former Lahti Garage, Lowell and:Ayer streets. Mrs. T. Johnson, 85, Notes Anniversary Mrs. Theresa Johnson, 203 E. Vaughn St., was honored Tuesday afternoon, the occasion being her 85th birthday anniversary. A beautifully decorated cake was sent her by the women ol Salem Lutheran C h u rch, of \viiich Mrs. ro : mson is a member. The immediate family provided the buffet lunch, served from a table centered with an arrangement of tulips presented by a daughter of the honor guest. A corsage was presented to Mrs. Johnson by another daughter. She received a number of cards and gifts. ^ half cup chopped walnuts or raisins added to a standard two- cup muffin recipe does great -tilings for this hot bread. JUST ONE OF OUR 3OO DIFFERENT STYLES • 14 K»nt yellow gold, white gold or elegant two-tone i combination!. • Traditional, plain, modem, \ wide, medium or slim styles. i • Satin-toned, bright cut or Oorentkie finishes. All by Arteervetf. the meet Hutted neme hi wedding rmft einee JtSO. Starting «t $8. At seen in BRIDE'S JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kretge Blag. Irwd. Ph. 932-2432 250 Girl Scouts, Leaders at Rally Two hundred and fifty Girl Scouts and leaders participated In the annual Range Scout Rally held at Hurley high school gymnasium early this month. The Rally opened with presentation of colors by the Sleight 4th grade color guard inc 1 u ding Shirley Sisko, Michelle Buda, Vlaribeth Mukavitz and Shirley Kutz directed by Beatrice Mitchell. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and The Star Span- Sled Banner was sung before retiring of the colors. The entire morning was taken up with competitive games with these high school girls in charge: Kathleen Noonan and Barba r a Bashara, dash; Sandy Carli and Pat Sargeant, sack race; Maureen Peterson and Marlene Clemens, crab walk; Linda Holevac and Julie Melanen, reach and stretch; Judy Bashara and Betty Denocenti, three-legged race; Sandra Rutherford and Mary Blodgett, broad jump; Cathy Tomczak, basketball throw. Following the noon lunch, the girls lined up for a short practice of "Scouts Own" which was held May 20. ft * * The cookie queens were p r e- sented and Marilou Fisher, who sold 142 boxes of cookies, was crowned by Mrs. E. R. Johnson, as "Cookie Queen of the Range." Little Kathy Skoviera carried the crown on a satin pillow. Ot h e r cookie queens were: Hurley, St. Mary's—Mary Loreti, 75 boxes; Sleight, 4th grade—Joanne Ob- remskl, 90; 5th grade—Jo Ellen R o w e, 49; 6th grade—Marc i a Edwards, 66; Central, Juniors 1 —Joanne Denocenti, 74; Juniors 2—Debbie Lancote, 77; Norrie— Marsha Schwartz, 54; Bessemer, 4th grade—Lauri Cabianca, 94; 5th grade—Debra Upton, 136; 6th grade—Cammie Lyons, 60; St. Sebastian, 4th grade—Donna Mussatti, 56; 5th and 6th grades, Mary Kay Malmberg, 47; Wakefield, Central—Barbara Halme, 79; McDonald, Lynette Martin, 132; Marenisco 1—Sherry Powell, 66; 2—Mary Juneau and Dor- Is Hoglund, each 39; Mercer — Joan Horner, Sandra Falkowski and Donna Kessler, each 85. The posture queens were presented and judges were Mrs. Dominic Pitrone, Mrs. John Holevac and Mrs. William Denocenti. Kathy Miller, Marenisco Cadette, was selected and crowned posture queen by Mrs. Pitrone, with Kathy Skoviera again carrying the crown. Other posture queens were Betsy Gilberts on, Marenisco Junior; Kathl e e n Krone, St. Mary's Hurley; Dawn Anderson, Wakefield; Georgana Autere, Wakefield; Laurie D ru- ry, Sleight 4th; Debbie Trembley, Sleight 6th; Kim Melchiori, Sleight 5th; Nancy Horseill, St. Sebastian; Dawn Gierl, St. Sebastian; Anna Maki, Bessemer 9; Cammie Lyons, Bessemer 8; Donna Brentar, Bessemer; Linda Hill, Bessemer; Sharon Fleece, Mercer; Roberta Wanden, Central Juniors, Linda McDonald, Central Cadettes; Joan Denocenti, Central 27; Terry Kapets, Norrie. All queens were presented with gifts; each cookie queen received a camera, film and flash bulbs and each posture qu e e n received a photograph book. * * * The award for the Rally News was given to Michelle Buda and the poster award to Lauri Kutz. Both are from Sleight School. Girl Scouts of the "year" were Darcy Friedman, Central, Ironwood, and Gail Ryskey, Cadette, Marenisco. High point girls for the rally were Michelle Skoviera, Sleight, first; Diane Albert, Central, second, and Bonnie Gray, Bessemer, third. Central Cadette Troop, with Mrs. Elmer Fisher as leader, received the High Pont Scroll. Women assisting with the rally were Miss Adeline Schnei d e r , Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Earl Avery, Mrs. S. Tomczak, Mrs. William Denocenti, Mrs, Dominic Michela, Domicella Fin c o, Mrs. Elmore Fredrickson, Mrs. Carl Newhouse, Mrs. Patrick Lily, Mrs. William Maki, Mrs Fischer, Mrs. Bernard Michelli, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mrs. Roy Dean. The troop leaders are Mrs Rose Marie Rossi, Miss Schneider, Mss Agnes Baron, Hurle y; Mrs. Fredrickson, Mrs. F. Buda, Mrs. Michela, Mrs. S. Koviera, Mrs. George Anderson, Sleight. Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. William Denocenti, Central; Miss Cleo Russell, Norrie; Mrs. S. Tome z a k, Mrs. B. Michelli, Mrs. Ellen Seeke, Mrs. W. Maccani, Mrs Leo Anderson, Mrs. C. Newhouse, Mrs. J. Holevac. Bessemer; Mrs. Carl Anderson, Miss Finco, Beth Ringsmuth. Wakefield; Mrs. J. Morrill, Mrs. E. PRESENT PLAY TONIGHT—This is a scene rrom the play "The Conversion of St. Paul" which will be presented by members of the Senior High Westminster Fellowship group of the First Presbyterian Church of Ironwood at 7:30 this evening at the church. From the left are Clark Wangaard, Jeff Hendrickson and Lindis Eckstrom. Leidenheimer, Mercer; Mrs. Dean, Mary Blodgett and Sandy Rutherford, Marenisco. | TJ 4 Scorekeepers were Miss Ru s-j i 1686111 sell, Mrs. Lila Cox and Mrs Holevac. The year's slogan was "Keep Our Range Beautiful" and the girls' badges were miniat u r e trash cans and the Rally News depicted a Girl Scout putting litter in a trash can. Mr.; Mrs. Edwin Cillstrom Mark Fiftieth Anniversary MASS — Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gillstrom of Port were honored Sunday, May 15, with a 50th wedding anniversary celebration at the home of their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hedler. A large number of relatives and friends called to extend their congratulations. Pastor Vandine, Family to Leave The Rev. Mark Vandine announced today that he will be leaving his present pastorate of the Ironwood Church of the Nazarene. He has pastored here for five years. He will take a new charge in Vandalia, Mo. Pastor Vandine and his family will leave the evening of June 4 Pastor Vandine said that he and his family have enjoyed living in Ironwood. 3 Area Teachers at Society's Meeting WAKEFIELD—The 27th annual convention of the De 11 a Kappa Gamma Society, Alp h a Iota State, was held at the Part- lind Hotel, Grand Rapids, May 21, 22 and 23. Attending from this area were Miss Pearl Abraham, Ironwood, Mrs. Gladys Leman, Wakefield, and Miss Elizabeth Vivian, Houghton. All are officers of the Alpha Delta Ch a p t e r in the Upper Peninsula. The-theme, "Peace Thro ugh Understanding," was emphasized in the addresses by the state and other officers. The decorations, using the Unisphere and doves of peace carried out the current theme. A memorial service for deceased members of the 50 chapters in Michigan was impressive. Alida Parker, immediate past intern a t i o n a 1 president, was guest speaker at the president's banquet Saturday night. Her address was "Accent on Creativity," which will be the theme for the 92,000 members for the coming biennium. Thro ugh creativity in the classroom, organizational work and in o u r homes, we can develop a better understanding of others arou n d the world and ourselves, the speaker said. Miss Vivian of the Alpha Delta Chapter was installed as the state second vice president for the coming two years. While at the convention, Mrs Leaman had the unexpected pleasure of meeting and visiting with Miss Ellen Carlson, former Wakefield teacher. Young People to Play Members of the Senior High Westminster Fellowship gro u p of the First Presbyterian Church j of Ironwood will present the | play "The Conversion of St. I Paul' in the church sanctuary at 7:30 this evening. The play is a modern adaptation of a 15th century cart play, so called, because trave ling troupes of actors pres e n t e d them from platforms on the back of carts. Appearing in the cast are: Lee Ann Olson as the poet, Joel Lahti as Saul, Clark Wangaard as Annas, Gregg Wingfield as the first soldier, Chris Drake as the second soldier, Dan Ehnbom as the man servant, gretch- en Shouldice as the maid servant, James Larson as the voice of God, Tom Eckstrom as Ananias, Susan Thomas as Mercury, Marian Christianson as B elial, Lindis Eckstrom as the priest's servant and Christine Swanson as the angel. Kathy Elsemore is in charge of publicity and ushers and Margaret Dahlin is hand ling properties and tickets. Auxiliary Conducts Memorial Services Memorial services were held for deceased members of the Hurley Eagles Auxiliary at its meeting Tuesday night. Mrs Medo Forte, junior past president, presided in the absence of the president. Two members, Mrs. Mary Lu Busch and Mrs. Inez Scandin, who have May birthday anniversaries, but were not pres e n t, were given honorable mention. Four auxiliary members volunteered to participate in the Memorial Day parade to be held May 31. Hostesses for the even ing were Mrs. Katherine Prosp e r o, chairman; Mrs. Sam Valen t i and Mrs. Dominic Rubatt. The next meeting will be held June 1 at which time installation will be held, with Mrs. Forte as installing officer. Hostesses will be Mrs. John Traczyk, Mrs. Anselm Hendrickson and Mrs. Frank Drazkowski. Unit Officers Are Installed Installation of officers was held at the meeting of the Ironwood Veterans of Fore i g n Wars Auxiliary Monday night, with Mrs. William G. Cloon Sr. a past department president performing the ritualistic rites. Installed were the following: President Mrs. Sophia DeRosia: senior vice president, Mrs. Sherman Cobb; junior vice president, Mrs. Germaine DeRosia; treasurer, Mrs. Ernest Kent; secretary, Mrs. William L i n d- bohm; musician, Mrs. Wilbur Kilponen; chaplain, Mrs John Hocking; guard, Mrs. Mathilda Lehocky; three year trustee Mrs. Carl Kaartunen; two year trustee, Mrs. John Brottl u n d one year trustee, Mrs. S i g n e Holmes. Historian, Mrs. John H. Rundquist; color bearers, Mrs Charles Dudra, Mrs. Evar Swanson, Mrs. Florence Scott and Mrs. Mary Zovadnik; ban ner bearer, Mrs. Ida Helgr e n flag bearer, Mrs. Santa D'Anto nio; patriotic instructor, Mrs Kate Osborne; conductress, Mrs Anton Comparin. The banquet table was made festive with a beautiful flor a centerpiece and two tall glas candles with tiny flowers embed ded inside the glass. This wa furnished by Mrs. Cloon. The meal was served family sty 1 and was prepared by Mrs. Mil dred Gustafson, hostess, assistei by Mrs. Rudquist. Other off! cers helped serve. During the social hour, Mrs Cloon gave an interesting and in formative talk on the early his tory of the VFW Auxiliary datin back to 1936, pointing out man highlights of the organization. The president, now startin her sixth year in that off i c e thanked all officers and chair men for their cooperation 1 a s year and gave special thanks t Mrs. Gustafson, general luncheo chairman, for her work last year The tables were centered with owls of flowers and the honored uests' table with a three-ti e r redding cake. Lunch was served y the hostesses, Dorothy Heder, Lucille Rydell, June Schae- er, Sigrid Hermansen, Mae Heikka, Helen Hedler and Gerrude Harju. Miss Patric i a chaefer had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Gillstrom was attired in a haded blue dress and her cor- age was an orchid. Mr. Gill- trom had a white carnat I o n bountonniere. The former Anna Nyberg and dwin Gillstrom were married April 28, 1915 at Minneapo 1 i s. Their attendants were Miss Jessie Settring and Ed Gothey. They resided in Minneapolis four years. Since then they have ived on their farm at Pori. Mr. Gillstrom was employed by the orestry department 17 years He is now retired. They are he parents of three daughters: Mrs. Hedler of Mass, Mrs. Lucille Rydell and Mrs. June Schae- :er of Milwaukee, and one son, Robert of Pelkie. A son, Raymond died a number of years ago. Out of town relatives and friends attending were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Anderson of Minneapolis; Matt Thar of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Delmet and Mr. and Mrs. John Delmet of Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Harris, Paul Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. John Walter of Colo m a, Miss Ilinka Bozich and Stanko Bozich of Bergland, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Carlson and Mrs. Selms Carlson of Ishpeming, Mr. and Mrs Walter Ark of Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Driscoll of Ontonagon; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rydeli and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Schaefer and family of Milwaukee. Next time you serve, liver paste as a spread for crackers, you might like to try adding pine nuts to it. Interesting flavor and texture change for company! Dinner Party Given For Mrs. C. Coxey A dinner party was held Tuesday night at the St. James Hotel honoring Mrs. Clyde Coxey. Covers were laid for 18 at the table attractively decor a t e d with yellow favors and tapers. The bouquet of yellow flowers which graced the center of the table was presented to the guest of honor. Songs and games were enjoyed by the group. Mrs. Coxey retired recently from the J. C. Penney Co. Store. IN MEMORIAM In fad but loving memory of William Kivi who pitted away seven yeart ago. May 27. 1958: Life wouldn't seem so bleak today, Had you not been so dear, Nor the years ahead so empty, If you could just be here, We'll miss your presence in our lives, Each day that we're apart, And grieve that death's forever stilled Your wonderful and loving heart. Sadly mined by wife, Mrt. Ellen Kivi. tont. daughters . and grandchildren. LUTEY'S FLOWERS for MEMORIAL DAY • Beautiful, Quality Flowering Plants •Wreaths •Bouquets Uf * P|||Nfi f>ower Baskets and Boxes wilt be delivered WVMItmnV ,„ all Rana . Cemeteries Friday evening and Saturday. It will be the owner's responsibility from Friday night on to PROTECT their flowers from FRO8T AND TO WATER thoroughly! Lutey's Greenhouses IN IRONWOOD! Chrome or Bronzotone 3-PC. DROP-LEAF DINETTE Mar-proof table top opens to 36" when leaves are raised- perfect for small dining areasl Wipe-clean vinyl upholstery. Personal Items Mrs. J. B. Shifra, 101 W. Ash St., Is leaving tonight for Chicago to spend the Memorial Day weekend with her daughter and grandson, Mrs. Pat Burg and Kenny. Kenny will return with his grandmother for a month's vacation at the Shifra lodge at Watersmeet. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS ATTENTION Flower baskets and boxes filled by Ray's Flower .Shop will be delivered on Friday night and Saturday, May 28 and 29. Care and watering thereafter will be the responsibility of the individual owners. THANK YOU flower shop Grade A. Medium EGGS 3 dot. 1 Co-op Hot Dog or Hamburger BUNS 8 count pkg. 25 Lucky Whip f Ac regular size I V Swift's Premium Pro-ten moans—Tender, Luscious Beef ROUND STEAK it. 69 Co-op All Meat Wieners Ib. 47 Hamburger lb . 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