Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 28, 1965 · Page 6
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The World of Women SIX FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1965. TO RKCEIVK DEGRKK — Miss Annabelle Calligaro. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Celligaro, Iron Belt, will be (us and in finding Him graduated May 30 from Wiscon- { power for living." Mrs sin State University, Stevens Point, with a bachelor of science degree from the university's School of Education. Commencement exercises will be held at 3 p.m. on the South Terrace, Main Building. Reception Honors Msgr. Dunleavy A get-acquainted reception for the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph J. Dunleavy was held Tuesd a y night at St. Ambrose Parish Hall. The affair, sponsored by the St. Ambrose Guild and the Home and School Associat i o n, was attended by a large group. Program Given by Mrs. Frank Leineke Mrs. Prank Leineke presented the program, "We Would See Jesus," at the general meeting of the Wesley Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service Wednesday afternoon. M r s Leineke said the purpose of the program was to emphasize | the need of inner spiritual resources, and to inspire a fresh sense of the meaning of Jesus for our lives. The four sources of spirit.u a i renewal to be looked at are: ' The chief cornerstone of our faith-—our Lord. Jesus Christ; the word of God as He speaks through the Bible; the practice of his presence through prayer and worship, and the disciplines of daily living. "For it is in 'looking to Jesus, the 'pioneer and perfecter of our faith' that we find God with we rind Leineke concluded. T'nc program closed wltii the hymn, "We Would S<>e Jesus, ' followed by a prayer. i Mrs. Ernest Jacobson. presiding at her last meeting, thanked all the members for their cooperation during her term as president. She was presented with a gift from the WSCS by Mrs. J. B. Chappell, in appreciation for her work. I Mrs. Noah Warren install e d the following officers for the en- 1 suing year: President. Mrs Hans, Romstad: vice president. Mrs.! Wlliam Inch; recording secre-| tary, Mrs. Chappell: treasurer. | Mrs. Joseph Bulinski. Department secretaries — • Christian social relations, Miss DeSonia-Reed Nuptials Held In a nuptial High Mass at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Satur- 1 d,ay, May 2U, at 9 a.m., Miss Mary Jo DeSonia, daughter of Mrs. Helen DeSonia, 369 Silver St., Iron wood, was united in marriage to Patrick Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, 402 Poplar St., Hurley. The Rev. Robert Matchett read the vows preceding, the celebration of the Mass. Miss DeSonia was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her uncle, James W. Nolan, Bay City. Bridal white silk organza veiled over crisp taffeta framed the exquisitely designed; floor length bridal gown. The! molded bodice was of Chant i 1 ly j lace as were the above the el-1 bow length sleeves. The high; rise waistline was encircled byj GRAY LADY CAPPED—Mrs. Grant McCullough, left, is pica Was fold_and a pearl^embrold-i tured receiving her Gray Lady Certificate after she had been capped by Mrs. Louis Patek at the Gray Ladies meeting Monday night at the Carnegie Library. Mrs. McCullough is the newest member of the Gray Ladies of the Gogebic County Chapter of the American Red Cross. At the meeting new officers for the ensuing year were seated and plans were made for members to take part in the Memorial Day parade Monday, May 31. All interested Gray Ladies are to meet at the Ironwood Memorial Building at 9:30. After the meeting, T. R. Wirtanen, administrator for Gogebic Hospital, Wakefield, reviewed the history and procedures of Hospital Medicare. A movie of the hospital open house was shown and a question and answer period was held. This was the Gray Ladies final meeting until September, although regular duties will continue throughout the summer. (Daily Globe Photo) ered lace panel extended from the waistline to the hemline, on the Princess line skirt. A de! tachable, full-sweeping cha pel 1 train was attached at the back ! waistline with a self-fabric bow. 1 A seed pearl and crystal wired | coronet crown held her pure silk shoulder veil and blusher. The bride's bouquet was fashioned of pink roses and white baby mums. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Jean Wilcheck, and bridesmaid was Miss Ger-| aldine Levra. Soft turquo i s e i *», L. W/~»n/->ror7 rtt floral embossed taffeta was the, MOineiS nu/iuieu ut choice of the two aides for their; ident i c a 11 y fashioned short f r o c ks. Scoop necklines an d I thimble sleeves accentuated! their slim, sheath lines. Detach-! honored mothers of members able overs k i r t s were fashioned with self-fabric bows at either side of their waistline. Custom designed and color cued to their costumes were the High SchooJ Event The Ironwood Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America; The serving table was centered! Edith Jacobson; program mater- with a large bouquet of flowers and tall candles. Presiding at the silver service were Mrs. ials, Mrs. Jack Smith; missionary education and service, Mrs. Warren; membership cultiva- MRS. PATRICK REED Sister to Note 'Silver Tubllee' ! t u . l i ieir ., uos \ uines wc ™ U1 *. program chairman, presided on v ci j ujjiicc; braid and pearl crowns enhanced ^; *» priinnn nffal . pi m -e n Sister Mary Virginia, prin c 1- with circular net veils. the afternoon a " au - * Joien James Richards was best man and George Reed Jr. was h i s Earl Minkin and Mrs. Rol a n d: tio , n : Mrs. James Row Spiritual Landry of the guild, Mrs. J. W. Huss and Mrs. John Gorri 11 a Jr. of the home and school unit. In charge of refreshments were Mrs. John McManman, Mrs. Hector McMullin and Mrs. Anton Comparin, and dining room Mrs. Michael Maurin Jr.. Mrs. George Semenak, Mrs. Matt Rigoni, Mrs. James R i g o n i and Mrs. Elbin Strom. SpecicrJ Services At Kingdom Hall Thomas J. Ryan, presid i n g minister of the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, has announced the changes in this week's activities. Saturday at 8 p.m., C. P. Stavre, circuit servant, will c o n - cultivation, Mrs. Leslie Rowe; supply work, Mrs. Garfield Moon; missionary personnel, Miss Lulu Garrett; campus ministry, Miss Carol Verhelst; local church activities, Mrs. Rob e r t Gothblad and Mrs. Thomas Bassett. i Circle chairmen are M r s Lila Cox, Mrs. Leo Goodwin, i Mrs. Mae Ekman, Mrs. E. R Johnson, Mrs. R. J. Sage, Miss Garrett and Mrs. C. Verhelst. Miss Patricia Voyce is card chairman. Mrs. Frank Trethewey, chair; man of the nominating commit; tee, was assisted by Mrs. Ann i Rowe, Mrs. John Warren, Mrs. • Clyde Jaresky and Mrs. Albert ', Sandell. • Mrs. Jacobson was appointed ; representative on the Commis- pal of Holy Trinity-St. Mich a e 1 School, will observe her "Silver jubilee" Sunday, May 30. A public reception in her hon- brother's groomsm a n. Jos e p h , Forini and Larry Kirby p e r- and mothers of girls enrolled in; home economics classes, at its ', fourth annual event. j Carol Erm, vice president and < at! c e; Kolson, past president, en t e r- i tained the guests preceding the! program, with special organ music. or will be held at the school formed the ushers' duties, from 2 to 4:30 Sunday. Mass for her intention will be f 0r 28. was served at the Mon- celebrated at Holy Trinity Cath- treal Lodge and the recept i o n olic Church Sunday at 9:30 and at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Monday, May 31, at 7:15. duct a program, "New Things i sion of Christian Education. the wee k's a public talk, Guide Your at 2 p.m. with the singing of "Blest Be Tie That Binds." the Learned," with audience parti- The installation concluded with cipation. Highlight of events will be "Does Religion Life?" Sunday Ruth Circle has purchased two Mr. Stavre speaking. He will point out how today it is commonplace to see religion being used as a cloak. With the Bible, Mr. Stavre will point out how true religion should affect everything we do. Follow i n g books for the library in memory of Mrs. Helmer Kronlund. Out of town visitors at the meeting were Mrs. Laura Lehto and Miss Miriam Inch of Hancock, Mrs. Bruce Larson of Madison, Wis., and Mrs. Myrtle Wheeler of Antigo, Wis. Mary Circle members, with the public talk the weekly Watch- Mrs. Ekman as chairman, were tower discussion will be h e 1 d. : hostesses for the social h o u r. This week's subject is "Accept- tagtte invitation to the Ban-; p erS Onal Items A final talk to the congregation will conclude the activities. Club Activities was held at the Kimball Community Center, with the bri d e and bridegroom receiving 200 guests. After a t w o weeks' weddi n g trip to Niagara Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Reed will be at home at 306 First Ave., North, Hurley. The bride, a graduate of St. i The program opened with Carol Erm leading the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and the FHA Creed. Ellen Kalata presented a trumpet solo, accompanied by Sue Braff on the cello and Kenneth Wiele at the piano. This was followed by a "Trib- JUNE BRIDE-ELECT— June 20 has been selected as the wed ding day of Miss Darcy Dudra Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: The letter] Tom "Bitter 16" told how selfish nost teen-age boys are— how hey chase the two or three good-lookers while the plain girls sit home, dateless and miserable Not ALL teen-age boys are that way. A few months ago I had an experience that proved it. My hobby is photography I was asked to run the" photo concession at a prom. The big problem was the repeaters — those who, kept coming back again and again. One young ruggedly handsome fellow kept returning with a different girl every 20 minutes I finally said, "You've had about 10 pictures taken, aren't you overdoing it?" He gave me a wink as he handed me his quarter to live together — you'd better stay single and save the court costs. ft 6 ft Dear Ann Landers: Both my husband and I teach. For several years summer school has' kept us from enjoying a real vacation. This summer we want to take a two-month trip. Yesterday my husband's mother announced that she'd like to join us. She is financially Independent and will pay her own way. My husband said, "If mother comes along the trip will t* ruined. I'd rather stay home." My husband's two married sisters who live in the city go off on vacations very suddenly. We never know they are going until we get a post card from 800 A few minutes later he came i miles away. I'm sure they disap- back alone and whispered, "If j pear quietly to avoid unwanted you don't mind I'd like to bring! company. a few more gals over. Some of. I don't want to hurt my moth- the girls don't have dates to-ier-in-law's feelings. What should night and I'd like to see that be done? — NINE O'COCK they have at least a souvenir'BELLE picture." Dear Belle: Your husband should tell his mother that you been looking^ forward to 'second honeymoon" and you want it to be just that. Feeling as you do, if your mother-in-law is permitted to blast her way into your vacation you will all wish you'd have stayed home. ti ft ft Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your probl ems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright. 1965, Field Enterprltes, Int. The Ironwood Business & Professional Women's Club r u m- mage sale scheduled for June 4 and 5 at the former Lahti Gar-(Ambrose High School, was em- age has been postponed until i P i 0 yed at the Lake Superior Dis- the fall. , trict Power Co., prior to her The Swinging Squares will; marriage. The bridegroom is a meet Monday night at 8 at the' graduate of the J. E. Murp h y Oma Community Center. Spec- i High School, Hurley, and Is em- tators and all square danc e r s j ployed as a City of Hurley police are welcome. ! officer. The Lily of the Valley Lodge will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 in the Odd Fellows Temple. Past I noble grands will vote on assembly officers at this meeting. him, FHA president, who corned the group, noting ute to Mother' by Kathy Ba-j daughter of Mrs. Ruth Dudra we i_; and the late Raymond Dudra, tnat i Davenport, Iowa, and Marlin T. ttIs' w was"'the B *da?' seTaslde to i *™ e * e '~ f™A,^ "JftA'il' make mother not only "Queen ^^S^^^^A performed at the Zion Lutheran ! Church, Eighth and Marquette, | Davenport, at 6 p.m. The recep- i tion, immediately following the This chap had been seeki n g out the wall-flowers and paying ih for the pictures himself. Sweet?! fhi —RENEWED FAITH ; Dear Renewed: You bet! I always knew there were such teenagers around but I'm glad to let millions of others know it, too. $t "Cr *£r Dear Ann Landers: Vera and I are successful, middle-a g e d unmarried career people. We've often congratulated each other on joys of freedom. Last night we discussed marriage as a "sporting proposition." We both know coupl e s who, when their marriage filed tore each other apart in the divorce court. We are considering marriage with the understanding that ifj things don't work out we will; st John - s Luth eran. Sarah meet in a lawyer's office, shake j Lutrieran church Women will hands, sign the papers and part nave tneir mee ting Tuesday company in_ a civilized manner, j night at 7:30 at tne churcn . Host . „„ ,„„ „,. esges are Mrg ArvQ Saari and Mrs. LeRoy Kangas. Apostolic Lutheran. The Rev. John Paana, Minneapolis, will Church Events St. Luke's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet at 11 a.m. Saturday. Maki. Mr. and Mrs. Wa y n e Maki, Hayward, Calif., a daugh- Hostesses will be Miss Lulu 1 ter, Kristine Lynn, May 17, Mr. Garrett, Mrs. Arthur Guest and Maki is the son of Mrs. Henry Mrs. Harold Lund. Korhonen, Bessemer, and John Maki, Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Ma- for a Day," but "Queen for All Days." ft ft ft The Freshmen Girls Triple Trio presented three lovely folk tunes by Johannes Brahms. Members of the group were Mary Rose Cossie, Sally DeSo- nia, Lihdis Eckstrom, Kathy Elsemore, Carol English, Joan Manki, Diane Meyer, Debbie McDonald and Sandy Sisko. Edwin Quistoriff, music director at the high school, accompanied the girls. A special tribute was given by Miss Jo Brighenti, FHA advi- ceremony, will be held in the church parlors. Miss Dudra is a graduate of West High School and is employed by the Davenport Bank & Trust Company. Her fiance, a graduate of Rockridge High School, is a member of the Illinois National Guard and is employed by Alcoa Aluminum Company of America. Hurley PTA Officers s .. she presented the council! ki's parents are Mr. and Mrs.; members who so ably plann e d Vacation Alfred Gongales, Hayward. and presented the program. Spe- V acauon cial exhibits prepared by these There would be no settlement or alimony jazz. What do you think of this? •MATURE Dear Mat: Not much. If the speaker at serivces Sun- are interested in a "sporting pro! day night at 7:30. position," why not bet on the* . „ „ ,_ _ . . . Irish Sweeptstakes and let it Iron Belt-Our Savior's Lugo at that? theran. Memorial Day worsh i p Marriage is a promise to love | f ™ices wil1 be , held Sunday at and cherish one another for so I 1 - The sermon theme will be long as you both shall live. It is not an agreement that you "The Just Shall Live by Faith." High school and grade school will stay together as long as she graduates will be honored at has her figure or as long as this service and all are asked to you have your bankroll—or un- be present. til somebody comes along. Unless you two view marriage as a permanent arrangement— a heavy emotional investment well worth the agony of learning more attract i v e I Bruce Crossing—Apostolic Lutheran. The annual congregational meeting will b held June 6 at 10 a.m. at the church. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS For New Year Listed \ Hjalmquist. Mr. and M r s. Mrs. Doris Matrella was elect- • Lars C. Hjalmquist, Little t o n, i E ir l s > which brought out pertin- ed president of the Hurley Ele-icolo., a daughter, May 24. Mrs. ent facts about each phase of mentary Parent-Teacher Associ-! Hjalmquist is the former Can- homemaking, were set up and ation for the coming school] dace Nixon, Kalamazoo, and Mr.! prepared by the following girls: year, at the unit's May meeting.' Hjalmquist is the son ol Mr.; Foods and Nutrition, Debbie ,„ . ._ _ ._. . . McDonald and Jackie Koski ; Family Living, Nancy Pawlak, Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeLodder and son, Richard, Sacramento, All sessions are at Kingd o m i Calif., are visiting at the home Hall, corner of Superior Street • of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George DeLodder, and brother, and Midland Avenue. A tablespoon of catchup is a good flavor addition to salm o n croquettes. Mrs. Alma Kellerman will serve as vice president and Mary Traczyk, as treasurer. Mrs. Kellerman, president, expressed appreciation to all who donated to the recent coff e e social and bake sale, and to all others who helped to make the event a success. As a result and Mrs. Lars Hjelmquist, 419 N. Suffolk St. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey, Bergland. a son. May 27 at Divine Infant Hospital. Wakefield. Kainonen. Mr. and Mrs. David Kaiponen, Ontonagon. a and Gayle Swanbeck; Clothing and Textiles, Madelyn Colasacco and Theresa Long: Home .... Furnishings, Linda J o h n s o ni Suncia y or on lhe opening The First Presbyterian, Wesley Methodist and Bethany C o v e- nant Churches will have a combined Vacation Bible School beginning Monday, June 7 and continuing for two weeks through June 18. All children, ages 4 years * r o u S h .f l Bhth grade, are Invit- edt o attend. Pre-registration should be ™ ade at tneir own cnurch tllis STIFFEL Harold, Iron Belt, and with friends in Ironwood. O f the work of the PTA the daughter, Mary Beth, May 23 at Out of town guests attencli n g children of the South Side School Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. the wedding of Miss Mary Jo win have a new television set — when the new school year be-j gins. The Hurley District PTA i i DeSonia and Patrick Reed last ! Sturday included Mrs. Se i g e 1 ! Mayer of Marshfield, Wis., Mary ! Jane Nolan of Wausau. Mr. and Council had its meeting immedi- iMrs. James Nolan of Bay City, atel V aftei ' tne Hurley Elemen- i Michael Nolan of Miaimi, Fla., tarv unit meeting with Mrs. : Mrs. Ethel Resch of A n t i go, ; Wis., Mr. and Mrs. S. Skibtaa i and Robert Endrizi of Wiscon; sin Rapids, and Mrs. Matt Rus- BergJcrnd and Topaz Schedules Are Given BERGLAND — A class of five will be confirmed Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity Luth e r a n this group. V>«ualilicd wtistry, sttt and mMte impeccable standard! ill limp making. Enduring, tndearinf f a m i 1 y treasure* that put a splendor ii\ living. See them now! GERTZ FURNITURE 212 E. Aurora St. Dial 932-1310 sell of Houston. Texas. Company Buffet A simple but luxurious Ice cream dessert. Beef stroganoff, buckwheat groats, green peas, salad bowl, pineapple elegant, beverage. PINEAPPLE ELEGANT Fresh pineapple rings Vanilla ice cream Creme de Menthe (green i Place a pineapple ring on each individual dessert plate; top with a scoop of ice cream; pass creme de menthe. For each 4 servings use 4 pineapple rings and 1 pint ice cream; increase amount as needed. TAB ONLY 1 CALORIE PER 6 OZ. SERVING Buy A 6-Pack Today AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Coca-Colo Bottling Co. Iron wood A Ashland , sail. Members of the class are > Judy Applekamp, Fritz App 1 e- i kamp, Ruth Morrison. Bruce jErickson and Gene Fanslau. ! There will be no regular serv- - *• -« «. ^ ! ice at 11. The Sunday School meeting of the Goge- iwill meet at tne regular time day, and Carol Erm; Child Care and! Jiuie 7- Development, Connie Richards. ft ft ft The art work on the invitations and programs was done by Cheryl Swanbeck and the table centerpiece was made by Gayle I Swanbeck assisted by Annet t e Colasacco. The girls in the home economics classes, who had a free period, were responsible for making rose corsages, , r „ . . . . special favors for the moth e r s i Verner Koskl; secretary-treasur- Election Is Held By Lake Road Club The Lake Road Exten sion Study Group elected new officers at its last meeting at the home of Mrs. Erwin Ericks o n. They are: Chairman, Mrs. Step hen Thomas; vice chairman, Mrs. SPECIAL TREATS FOR A MEMORIAL DAY •Cold Pop to Take Out •Ice Cream, Candy, Milk • Bread, Buns, Bakery, Asst. Cheeses Open All Day Sunday and Monday CRYSTAL DAIRY STORE Silver St., Hurley Dial 561-9910 and guests. These were present-i «• ™± *? e " ?^. a "l : ,?° u ": Convention Report Heard by Jaycettes At the bic Range Jaycettes Tuesday! night at the St. James Hotel, ~'& *p a ul Lutheran Church, Mrs. John Riesmger, Mrs. James | Topaz, will have its Hunter and Mrs. James Huss gave a brief resume of the district convention they att e n d e d at Iron Mountain. A clothing drive for welf are families in this area is being sponsored by the Jaycettes. Each member is asked to donate all old, but usable clothes and to bring them to the next meeting. reg u j a r services at 12 noon with Sunday School at 10:45. The Topaz members will attend Confirmat 1 o n services at Bergland. Gene Fanslau, Topaz, is a member the class. Wright 1925 Class ed by Darlene Anderson an d Nancy Korpela. Other girls on the hospitality committee were Judy Korpela, Rosemary Smiljanich. Paulette Thompson and Judy Consie. A skit, "A Tee n-age Dilemma,' was presented by Joy Oslin, Kathy Czerneski and Judy son. The skit emphasized state project "Nutrf-Teen," to show the Importance of good . nutrition for teen-agers. The pro: gram ended with several lively ; numbers by the Luther L. i Wright Stage Band directed by ! Wiele, high school band instruc- | tor. ! After the program, refr e s h- cil delegate. Miss Elvira West; project leader, Mrs. Durham; international chairman, Mrs Andrew Bednar; health. Mrs. Russell Glynn; citizenship and family life, Mrs. Rudolph Lorenson; reporter, Mrs. Thomas. The club, as a group enjoyed a supper at tht El Rancho, High- the. wa L 51 : The clothes will then be Will Meef Tuesday turned over to the welfare de-: The Luther L. Wright High! ments, prepared by the foods partment for distribution. School graduating class of 1925 ! classes, were served. Kathy Ba- Mrs. John Jarvi was appoint- will have a meeting Tuesd ay ed projects' chairman. .night, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the him, Connie Richards, Carol Erm ; and Linda Johnson poured. They The club decided to contin u e j Community Room of Carneg i e! were assisted by Theresa Long, | holding meetings throughout Library. All classmates in the j Cherine Baross, Gloria Behrendt !the summer. | area are invited. and Mary Stelmark. IN MEMORIAM To the Beautiful memory of our dearly beloved mother, Ida Hillila who passed «way June 16. 1964; and John Hillila who pasted «w»y Feb. 28, 1960: Just a thought of you, A Memory sweet and true And a token of affection, That our hearts si ill veam for you Remembered by. 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