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The World of Women SATURDAY, MAY 29,1965. DISTRICT SWEETHEART - Marlene Rajala, R. B. Carter Wed Miss Marlene J. Rajala, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rajala, Montreal, and Richard B. Carter^ son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carter, Crandon, i Wis., repeated their nuptial vows Saturday, May 22, at 2:30 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in the presence of relatives and friends. The Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given In marriage by her father. A white peau de soie satin floor length gown was the bride's choice. The bodice was fashioned with slightly scooped neckline and trumpeter sleeves of Cluny lace over satin. The Empire waistline, accented by a band of the lace, fell into an A-line skirt from two deep pleat front District 1 Sweetheart at the dance held during the Upper Peninsula Conclave held at Manistique this month. The coronation was performed by Sue Anderson, Ironwood, retiring Dis- completed her ensemble. I * a ft Her four-tiered blusher veil of Illusion was held In place by a small pillbox of Cluny lace. The gown and veil were designed by the bride and made trict Sweetheart. Miss Willing I Dv tiie bride's college roommate, competed against seven other!Miss Susan Carr - Angola, Ind. sweethearts, each representing a DeMolay Chapter in the U.P. She will now represent the entire U.P. at the state conference to be heid in September. At this time she will compete against other District Sweethearts from lower Michigan for the state title. Jenny is the daughter of Mrs. Elma Johnson, 225 E. Ridge Street. (Kenny's Studio Photo) Kindergarten Rites At Norrie Tuesday Graduation exercises will be held for the Norrie kindergarten children Tuesday, June 1, at 10:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The exercises will be held in the kindergarten room. Following is the program: "Welcome Everybody;" class Are Kindergarten 'Uncle Sam" and 'How Do You Do, Uncle Sam." Musical plays, "Three Billy Goats," "Little Red Hen" and "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." Presentation of CLASS, Mrs. Allen ,M. Carlenius; presentation of diplomas, E. H. Slade The entire group will sing "Goodbye Song." Everyone is welcome to the exercises. song, "We Children;" Son gs, The bride's bouquet was fashioned of stephanotis and English ivy. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss June Marie Rajala, Milwaukee, and bridesm aids were Mrs. E. Robert Johnson, Montreal, and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Linnea Dawn Carter, Crandon. The aides wore gowns of Clara Bloom pink peau de soie satin, featuring lines similar to the bride's dress; slightly scooped necklines, elbow length sleeves and slightly gathered floor length skirts. Chapel veils of Cluny lace, short white gloves and dyed to match shoes completed their attire. Daniel Carter served his brother as best man and E. Robert Johnson and William R. Kinnunen served as groomsmen. Performing the duties of ushers were Fred Sorvola, Hurley, and G. Robert Carter, Crandon. d 6 ft The bride and bridegroom received 200 guests at the recep- (Modctn Portrait Photai MRS. RICHARD B. CARTER tion tea held in the church par- »»„,=„„ tors from 3 - " — na ' Mexico ' Saxon Personals Mrs. Ida Melchert of Antigo, spent a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Goldie Anderson. Mrs. Melchert and Mrs. Laura Hooper of White Lake recently returned from a month's vacation in California, where they visited Mrs. Hooper's brother in law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Dewey Mercier. They also vsited Tijua- PAYNESVILLE Bble School iwill Pavnesville Bible School Opens June 1 — Vacation begin Tuesday, June 1, at the Paynesville School and will continue for •,wo weeks. The sessions will be from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. The school is sponsored by Our Savior Lutheran Church. Apyone wishing to assist as a teacher is asked to call 8273346 at Paynesville. All children are welcome. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. William J. Dunstan, who passed away one year ago, May 29, 1964. Sadly missed by William J. Dunstan t Family 5 p.m. After a brief wedding trip in northern Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Carter will be at home at The Coach House, Apt. 7, Minocqua, Wis. The bride, a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, will be graduated i n June from Wisconsin State University, Su p e r i o r, with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She was affiliated with the Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority. In September she will be teaching in ihe Minocqua Public School System. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Crandon Hi g ; h School and attended Wisconsin State University, Superior. H e is employed by DeByle's, Inc., Minocqua. Out of town guests included members of the Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority, and friends and relatives from Minot, N. D. Two Harbors, Duluth and Minneapolis, Minn.; Fremont, Calif.; Toledo, O.; Merrill, Milwaukee, Superior, Crandon and O r e e n In Appreciation We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and relatives who by their acts of kindness and sympathy aided and comforted us in the illness and death of our beloved bx-other and uncle, M r . August Swanson. Especially do we wish to thank those who sent spiritual bouquets and floral offerings, those who supplied the music, the pallbearers, those who offered the use of their cars and all others who aided. Your kindly deeds will never be forgotten. The Emil Nelson Family The Frank Jirikowic Family A Modern Home With an Old-Fashioned Way About It.. That's the Sky View—up-to- datt in every aspect, yet with the personal, warm, old- fashioned approach to care that has been our distinguishing feature all along. Come visit, soon! SKY VIEW NURSING HOME 301 Iron ft. Hurley. Wii. Dial SI1-SI4I Bay, Wis.; Crystal Negaunee. Falls and Good Manners Make Friends Snapshot of diner who sprawls on table might shock him into sitting up. NOW... NEW N ORGE APPLIANCES ore at GENISOT'S TV 1 APPLIANCES 102 E. Aurora Dial 9324)330 Charles Xul.n and Joseph Paun, Menomonee Falls, visited at the Joseph Clement home, and with Mrs. Marilda Payette, a patient at St. Joseph Hospital, Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Downey and son, Athens, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Betthaus e r and children, Toman, Wis., were weekend guests of the Vern Dow- neys. Mr. and Mrs. Walter D a m- gard and daughter, Denise, spent several days in Madison where Denise was a patient at Madison General Hospital. A spaghetti supper was held in the school lunch room on May 13 for students and teachers of bhe seventh and eighth grades. Speakers were Eugene Norman and Vern Downey. Short speeches were given by students Bruce Norman, Rickey Swartz, Joanne Bluse, Pamela Fafford and Kenneth Kovisto. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bluse. Mr. and Mrs. George Baker spent a weekend in Marquette, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schlais. Gerald and Robert DuCharme, Milwaukee, visited Mrs. Anne DuCharme, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jensen and children, Milwaukee, visited relatives here and with Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Marilda Payette, at St. Joseph Hospital, Ashland. Mrs. Amelia Laberdie has been discharged from St. Joseph Hospital, and has returned to her home. Tim Sullivan and children, Milwaukee, spent a weekend at the Ida Page home. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McGarity : Torrance, Calif., arrived F r i day, May 14, for a week's visit at the Robert Johnson home. Jeffery Close, Kenosha, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LaFortune. Mrs. Rosalie Organist, polls, spent a weekend at t h e home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kadletz. Recital to Be Given Tuesday Pupils of Orville Collick will present a recital Tuesday night, June 1, at 7:15 in the Little Theatre at the Luther L. Wright High School. The program is as follows: The Tiresome Woodp e c k e r , Thompson, Connie Johnson; The Miller's Song, Hopkins, Richard Soetebier; The Fairies' Harp, Thomspon. Ricky Albert; Yellow Butterfly, MacLachian, Susan Peterson; Evening Bells, Thompson, Jeffery English; accordion—Red Poppy Waltz, Zordan, Peter Blomquist; Dreams of Yesterday, Eckstein, Leslie Johnson; Pour Leaf Clover, Spencer, Michael Lehto. Story of the Mouse, Lynes, Marlene Johnson; Dance of the Rosebuds, Keats, Susan S t e n- gard; accordion—Bumble Bee Polka, George Hoven, Charl e s Bulinski; Gypsy Fires, R e b e , David Johnson; Pomp and Pageantry, Cobb, John Blomquist; In Schubert's Day, Krentzl i n , Jane Belmas; Melody of Love, Engelmann, Debra Perl; organ- Theme from Concerto No. 2, Rachmaninoff, Joy Oslin. Shepherd's Dream, H e i n s , John Meyer; Humoresque, Dvorak, David Nerenz; Waltz in D flat Op. 64—No. 1 (Minute Waltz), Chopin, Ingrid Gallo; Anitra's Dance from "Peer Gynt," Greig, Scott Albert; organ—In a Monastery Garden, Ketelbey, Eileen Carlson: Waltz from the Ballet, "Thorn Roses," Tschaikowsky, Diane Albert; Polanaise Militaire in A, Chopin, Greta Blomquist; Improvisation and Melody, Brown, Christine Makela. The Lord's Prayer, Malotte, Diane Meyer; organ— Romance. Rubinstein, Scott Albert; Nocturne in E flat Op. 9—No. 2, Chopin, Mary Ann Ginolfi; Chanson Triste Op. 40—No. 2. Tschai- kowsky, Luanne Albert; organ- Evensong, Johnston, Mrs. M. Fregerio; Etude Op. 10—No. 3, Chopin, Carol Peterson; Prelude in C sharp Minor, Rachmaninoff, Beth Williams; organ—Waves of the Danube, Inavovici, John Solin; Polonaise in A flat Op. 53, Chopin, Kathy Hendrickson. St. Ambrose Guild Leader Re-elected At the meeting of the St. Ambrose Guild this week Mrs. Elbin Strom was re-elected president, other officers are Mrs. Louis Paoli, vice presi dent; Mrs. William King, secret a r y, and Mrs. Anton Comparin, treasurer. These officers will be installed at the first meeting in September. Thr president announced that there will be a senior banquet again this year at the Gogebic Country Club under the sponsorship of the guild. Mrs. John McManman, Mrs. Hector McMullin,, Mrs. Anton Comparin, Mrs. Paoli and Mrs. Gilbert Trier were thanked for their -work with the supper Sunday, May 23, for the bishop and priests. Mrs. Strom and Mrs. Anton Comparin gave their reports on the convention they had attended at Iron Mountain, and Mrs. Strom thanked those who attended and helped in any way to make the mother-daughter tea a success. The Rev. August Franc z e k opened and closed the meeting with a prayer and also gave an inspiring talk. Cards were played and prizes were awarded. Lurch was served by a chosen committee with Mrs. George RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS—Judy Dudra, left, daughter of Mrs. Steve Dudra, 637 Leonard St., and Kay Millnovich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Milinovich. 894 Sunset Road, are recipients of $100 scholarships made available by the Ironwood Woman's Club to Gogebic Community College. Ann Landers ... Answers Your Problems. Skaja, Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Kenneth Comparin Mrs. Joseph Kurpewski hostess chairmen. and a s AN EXCITING ROSE — Is worked in colorful cross-stitch to highlight a youthful shift type frock. Sew several in different pastels. No. 8242 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 2 yards of 45-inch; transfer included. 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 for each pattern. Print name address with zip code, style No and size. Exciting, Inspiring, informative—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just 50c. 2 More Given Scholarships Mrs. Thomas Ketola, Ironwood Woman's Club president, innounces that two additional 100 scholarships have been made available to the Gogebic Community College for the fall if 1965 by the club. Through the benefit performance of Shakespeare's "Taming f the Shrew," presented b y Michigan State Univer - ity's Performing Arts Company, the money for these scho- arships was obtained. The per- ormance was sponsored by the education department scholarship divisions of the club of which Mrs. G. A. Dahlen is chairman and Mrs. Edwin J. ohnson is vice chairman. Those selected to receive the scholarships are Miss Judy Dudra and Miss Kay Milinovich. Miss Dudra, 1964 graduate of L. L. Wright High School, is .he daughter of Mrs. Steve Dudra, 637 Leonard St. She is a member of the Women's .eague and is majoring in elementary education in college. Miss Milinovich, also a 1964 graduate of the same high school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Milinovich, $94 Sunset Road. She is a mem- ier of the Woman's League and is majoring in elementary education. geon, two gold arrows, two silver arrows, Lion badge; Bruce Eckloff, Bobcat pin; Ran dy Eckloff, Lion badge; P a n 1 Hendrickson, silver arrow; Dale Marenger, Bear badge; D e n nis Marenger, Lion badge, gold and silver arrows. First Class Graduated By Concordia College ANN ARBOR (AP) — Concordia Junior College, a two-year Institution operated by the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, graduated its first class Friday. President Paul A. Zimmerman presented associate in arts degrees to 170 graduates. Fire Prevention Topic At Cub Pack Meeting WHITE PINE — Robert K i n- gren of the conservation department spoke on fire prevention at a meeting of the Cub Scout Pack in the elementary school. Films on forest fire prevention and a bear hunt were shown. Edwin Corrigan led games. Edward Clements, assistant cubmaster and assistant district councilor, conducted the meeting and presented these awards: Paul Brusenback, gold ar r o w; John Bigley, Bobcat pin; John Bley, silver arrow; Pat Raymond, Wolf badge; Charles Whiton, Bear badge, gold arrow; Melvin Frisk Jr., silver arrow; Peter Welton, silver arrow; David Jarvela, two silver arrows; Mitchell Matson, two silver arrows, gold arrow. Mark Aho, Wolf badge, gold arrow, two silver arrows; Robert Bergman, Wolf badge, gold arrow; James West, gold arrow, two silver arrows; Ward Helakoski, gold arrow; Robert Gou- Card of Thanks We extend our since thanks and appreciation to friends, neighbors, and relatives for the kindness and sympathy shown us in the death of our beloved mother and grandmother. We especially thank the Rev. Oliver Hallberg and the Rev. Thomas Schultz for their comforting words; to the organist Mrs. Reino Kangas and the soloist Mrs. Laura Niemi; to the ladies who served the lunch; to the pallbearers; to those who sent flowers and monetary gifts and to all others who assisted in any other way. The Family of the Lot* Mrs. Elma Luoma St. Paul Graduates Will Be Honored High school and college grad uates of St. Paul Lutheran Church will be honored at the 10:45 a.m. worship service Sun day, the Rev. Oliver A. Hall berg announced today. Also at this service the Anna K. Silberg Memorial class room will be dedicated. The newly decorated and furnishec Sunday School room is now ready for use. The project in eluded new heating, floor, win dows, lights, paint and furni ture. Service Monday for Churches' Graduates The annual church baccalau reate service will be held Mon day night at 7:30 at Trinit; Lutheran Church, the Rev. R W. Heikkinen has announced Participating in the servici will be Trinity and St. Luke' Churches, Ironwood, T r in ity, Bessemer, Bethany, Wake field, and Saxon Lutheran. Special music will be providei by a combined senior choir am by a girls' group from Wake field. A social hour will follow th service. IN MEMORIAM In sad but loving memory of our beloved wife, mother and grandmother, Tyyne Hautanen. who passed away May 29, 1964: Two willing hands, a tender smile, A loving heart that knew no guile, Deep trust in God that was right, Her joy to make some other bright. If sick or suffering one she knew, Some gentle act of love she'd do. No thought of self, but of the other, We know He said, "Well done, dear mother." SadlV missed by Her Family D«ar Ann Landers: I just read the letter from the girl who has a weight problem. That makes two of us, only she is 19 and I am 14. You suggested she see a physician or a counselor. My mother says I am too young to see a physician or a counselor. I am not arguing, because I know what my problem is I keep seeing pictures of starving kids Irom foreign countries. They are holding empty bowls and spoons and their eyes are so sad. This fractures me. Some weeks I give my whole allowance to missions but I still feel I'm not doing enough. I've already decided to join the Peace Corps. I keep thinking of those starving kids and I can't stop eating. What shall I do? — FAT MISSIONARY FROM CANTON Dear Mish: Try reverse psychology. Find some pictures of fat people. Whenever you feel like gorging yourself, look at a picture. A fat missionary would have a very tough time in the jungle. For the sake of humanity you must keep your weight down. If this doesn't work tell your our home and hands me the grocery list for her parties. She has never offered to pay for anything—says she wouldn't insult us by suggesting our hospitality is purchasable. We are pleased that Regins feels at home here but we think she should start to pay for room and board. On the other hand, she has suffered a great tragedy and we feel sorry for her. Advise us please.— JUST FOLKS Deai Folks: If Regina is dating every night she has reco?- erec! Suggest that she "insult" you with about $30 a week until she finds a place of her own— which will cost her at least twice as much. * a « Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-artdressed envelope. Copyright. 1965. Field Enterprise!, IM. Sunday Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE There's plenty of sauce with this veal! Saucy veal, steamed rice, green beans, French bread ice cream and sherbet. SAUCY VEAL Wt pounds veal cutlet (about inch thick), cut in 6 pieces 2 tablespoons shortening 1 can (1% ounces) dry onion soup mix 2 tablespoons flour V/z cups water 1 cup drained canned tomatoes, chopped '/2 pound mushrooms, quartered 1 ctove garlic, minced Pound veal with meat hammer or edge of heavy saucer. In a large skillet, heat the shortening over moderate heat; add the veal and brown on both sides; remove. Pour off any fat in skillet. To drippings in skillet add the soup mix and flour; over low heat gradually stir in water, then add tomatoes, mushrooms and garlic. Simmer until meat is tender—about 30 minutes. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Ferris to Honor 3 BIG RAPIDS (AP) — Distinguished alumnus awards will be presented to three Ferris State College graduates at the llth annual alumni reunion here June 13. They are Dr. Leo F. Duggan of Houghton, retired dean of students at Michigan Technological University; the Rev. C. Gordon Phillips of Detroit, retired Methodist minister, and former Marquette County Prosecutor George C. Quinnell. mother that people of ALL ages | need to be checked periodically by a doctor. a a A Dear Ann Landers: My wife is always shoving your column under my nose, especially when you have a letter about a husband who likes to drink beer and sit in front of the TV set. Please print this letter so I can shove it under her nose. We have three good sons, the oldest 12, the youngest 7. Whenever one of them has a fight with a neighborhood kid my wife jumps right in, phoning mothers and going over in person to "make sure our boy comes out all right." The kids always make up but my wife is not on speak ing terms with half the neighborhood. Please print your advice. —THE OLD MAN ' Dear Man: A mother who becomes involved in the petty squabbles of her children is more childish than they are. Ask your wife to please wait Couple Wed at Ramsay Church RAMSAY — In a nuptial service at Christ the King Catholic Church May 22 at 11 a.m. Mi s s until you get home before she "does anything." By then the trouble will have been settled— by the kids. Dear Ann Landers: Our niece who Is only 27, lost her young husband in a tragic accident six months ago. They had been mar ried less than a year. Her parents felt that Reg i n a would be better off in another city—away from memories —so they asked if she could live with us until she found a job and an apartment of her own. We were delighted to help. Regina has been with us four months. She found an excellent position as a bilingual secretary at $125 a week and seems to have recovered from her grief. She has a date almost ev e r y night. The girl says nothing abou t finding her own apartment. In the meantime I am doing her washing and ironing and preparing her meals. She entertains in Margaret Kinnunen, daughter of Mrs. Louise Kinnunen, was given in marriage by her grandfather, David Rigotti, to Douglas Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berg, Ironwood. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows after the Rev. Louis Cappo. officiant at the service. The bride wore a pink wool and dacron suit and her shoul d e r corsage was of white roses. Barbara Kinnunen was her sister's maid of honor and Caroline Doney was bridesma i d . Miss Kinnunen wore a white and blue dress with matching blue coat and Miss Doney wore a beige dress with mate h 1 n g coat. Attending Mr. Berg were lieonard Shutz, best man, and Donald Osterholm, groomsman. A wedding dinner and reception at which the bride and room greeted 80 guests were held at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Berg are residing here. The bride attended A. D. J o h nston High School, Bessemer, and the bridegroom attended Luther L. Wright High School, Ironwood. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my sister. Tyyme Hauianen who passed away May 29. 1964: God saw the road was getting rough, The hills were hard to climb, He gently closed her loving eyes, And whispered "P e a c a be thine." Sadly missed by Sister, Mrs. Albert Smetana and family In Appreciation We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and relatives who by their acts of kindness comforted us in the death of our dear husband, father and grandfather. Especially do we thank the Rev. O. Hallberg for his comforting words; the soloist and the organist; to those who sent flowers and monetary gifts; to the pallbearers; to the Ladies of Erwin Township and to all others who assisted in all other ways. Mrs. Edward Olson and family Births Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. D a vld Fisher, Ramsay, a daughter. May 28 at Divine infant Hospital, Wakefield. IN MEMORIAM In remembrance of a dear husband and father, Richard Dahl, who passed away May 29, 1959: Not just tor'- but every day In silence -member. Still Mis Anna Dah His Wife, .nd Children LEST WE FORGET Attend The Memorial Day Services On Monday SETTERLUND CLEANERS The BIG WHEEL Turns again Holiday Special Luncheons • CHOP SUEY-Salad, Roll and Beverage • RAVIOLI - Salad, Roll and Beverage 1 • Otr. SPRING CHICKEN Salad, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Roll and Beverage FOR THE KIDDIES • Hamburger, French Fries, Milk Also serving from our favored regular Menu-Dinners. 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