Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 31, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of WomPn 1 "ronwoodWomansClubW.il me vvona or women start New scholarship plan MONDAY, MAY 31,1965. ENGAGEMENT TOLD — The engagement of their daughter, Mary Joyce, to Darrell Gene Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roberts, Bessemer, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Worth Hudspeth, Milwaukee. Miss Hudspeth is a graduate of Elmore High School with the class of 1958, and her fiance is a 1958 graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer. Both are employed by the Allen- Bradley company, Milwaukee. A Sept. 4 wedding is planned. (Marquette Studio Photo) Second Recital On Wednesday Pupils of Orville Collick will present a second recital Wednesday night, June 2, at 7:15 In the Little Theatre of the Luther L. Wright High School. The p r o- gram Is as follows: The Fairies' Harp, Thompson, Margaret Olson; Monkeys In the Trees, Myra Adler, Paul Boleau; Evening Bells, Thomp son, Janet Seppa; My Little Pet, Hopkins, Louise Flesch; Off to Camp, Anthony, Lynn F a 1 i n e; The Gypsies Are Coming, Rogers, Gordon Mills; accordion- South Side Galop, arr. Elsnic, Robert Dossetto. Wood Nymph's Harp, R e a Judy Moilanen; Edelweiss Glide, Vanderbeck, Terry Gustafson; Rustic Chapel, Rolfe, Judy Negri; Message of Love, Sudds, Pau la Velin; organ — Whisper i n g Hope, Hathorne, and The Rosary, Nevin, Sandra Oxley; Tea for Two, Youmans-Levin, Patrick Felsch; Tarantella, Pieczonka, Janice Busch. In a Persian Market, Ketlbey, Arlene Potter; accordion—Car nival of Venice, Theme with Original Variations, Frosini, Eliz a beth Urbanski; The Beaut i f u Blue Danube Waltzes, Stra u s s John Bruno; organ—Roman c e Rubinstein, Scott Albert; N o 1 a Arndt, Eileen Carlson; Nocturne in E flat Op. 9, No. 2, Chopin Mary Ann Ginolfi; accordion— Lady of Spain, Evans, arr. Die ro, John Negri. Deep Purple, Peter DeR o s e Mary Beth Gaik; Waltz in < Scharp Minor, Chopin, Mrs Vernon Flesch; organ — In a Monastery Garden, Ketel bey Eileen Carlson; Etude Op. 10 No. 3, Chopin, Carol Peterson Etude Op. 1-, No. 12 (Revolu tionary), Chopin, James Pier pont; organ—Waves of the Dan ube, Ivanovici, John Solin; Hun garian Rhapsody No. 2, Li s z t Bonnie Seppa. Sidnow Personals The Ironwood Woman's Club is starting a new $1,500 scholarship proram from Ironwood girls attending Gogebic Community College. The first scholarship grant of $125 from this fund, which will be known as the Dorothy Miller Wright Scholarship Fund, will be awarded this week tr a local girl who will be attending Gogebic as a sophomore In the fall. Plans for disbursing this $1,500 ENGAGED — Announcement has been made of the engagement of Diane Puranen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Puranen, Elkhart, Ind., former residents of Bessemer, to Walter Jay Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Wise, Elkhart. Miss Puranen is an Elkhart High School senior and will be graduating in June. Her fiance is a 1962 Elkhart High School graduate. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Miss Puranen is a Salem to Have Vacation School The Salem Lutheran Vacation Bible School will begin Monday, June 7, at 9 a.m. and daily sessions will continue for two weeks, the Rev. Kenneth L. Nerenz, pastor, announced today. The Vacation Bible School staff will have a meeting Wednesday night at 7:30. niece of Mr. and Mrs. Durand, Wakefield. Arthur SPOUTS PROGRAM — Well tailored shorts or below-the- knee pants are paired with a crisp blouse for a busy sports program—active or spectator! No. 8119 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Bust 30V 2 to 38. Size 11, 31V 2 bust, shorts, iy 2 yards of 45-inch; blouse, sleeveless, Wz yards. 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. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. Mix equal quantities of honey and catchup and use as a baste for baked spareribs. COMFORT •Wis. Test Fuel Oil •Clock Coal Twin City Fuel 323 S. Lowell Si. Ironwood Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beauprey and baby, Mrs. Hubert Morln and children, Mr. and Mrs. Barto n Kennedy and baby, L'Anse, vis ited relatives and friends her recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Ooddarc and granddaughter of O s c o d are spending the summer her at their cabin. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Kruvn-' rni. Champion, spent a weekend here at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett, Kenton, visited here recen 11 y with relatives. Mrs Peter Thompson and children, Trout Creek, visi ted relatives and friends here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunn a m, Kenton, visited at the H en r y Shelley home last week. Callers in L'Anse rece n 11 y were Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Beauprey and family, Mrs. Niles Eilertsen and childr e n, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Ernest Cummings Sr. and grandson, Thomas Thompson, Albert Cummings, Jesse Bowers Jr., Mrs. Nora Fesnick and Mrs. Earl Crawford. Mrs. Thomas Thompson and Mrs. Howard Thompson and daughter, Candace. William Moore and Karen Krummi, Mlchigamme, visited her father, Edwin Krummi, and also at the Marvin Stebbins Jr. home recently. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson and family, White Pine, visited relatives here. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keski, and friends in Michigamme recently. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins and daughter in law, Mrs. Dale Collins, were Bergland callers Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C u m m - mingsSr., son, Waif red, a grandson and daughters, Linda and Linnae, Mrs. Niles Eilert son and children visited at the Walfred Seppanen home in Michigamme last week. Mrs. Forest RollofI and her mother in law, Mrs. Anna Rolloff West DePere, Wis., are spend ing the summer here at their home Elmer and Roland Thompson Trout Creek, and their brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Haight, and daughter, Dorothea Superior, Wis., visited Perry Thompson recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Casten, Ostego, are visiting her father, Harry Mclntyre and sister, Mildred, here. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were Iron River callers recently. Church Events St. Paul Lutheran. The Chancel Choir will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Zion Lutheran. The choir will rehearse at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Hannah Circle will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Oma Community Builling. Grace Lutheran. The Boy Scouts will meet Tuesday night at 7. Salvation fund, as approved by the club members, will be to make a $125 scholarship grant each year for the first four years, namely 1965 to 1969; and then two scholarship grants in the amount of $125 each for the next four years, 1969 throught 1973. This fund will be invested and accumulated interest on it will be used for the scholarship program which will eno. in eight years. In selecting recipie n t s for these scholarships, s o p h o- more girls are to be given preference. This $1,500 fund was established in 1943 by club women, friends and relatives in memory of Mrs. Wright. She had served as president of the Ironwood Woman's Club from 1941 to 1943 and was a leader in civic affairs. For many years, interest money from this fund was used for Girl Scout camperships at Camp Galilee in Mellen. In rec e n t years, childrens books have been purchased by this money and placed in Carnegie Library. Administration of this fu n d will be by the club's Dorothy M. Wright Scholarship Board which consists of five members. Automatic members to this board are the club president and the education department chairman. Mrs. R. L. Erickson, Mrs. Fred Turcotte and Mrs. Ivan D. Wright have been appointed to serve for the eight year terms of this board and Mrs. G. A. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: I've been, was getting married and movinf reading your column for years out within the week. and have never seen a problem like mine. My son's mother-in-law t e 1 e- phones me at least twice a week to complain about some- I asked the man if he would like to move in. He said yes. This is a large apartment—spacious living room, two beautif u 1 bedrooms, two baths and a kitch- thing my son did or did not do.: e n. We split the rent, the For instance, this morning Mrs. | phone, the utilities and the gro- at SCHOLARSHIP—Marilyn Tafelski, a freshman at Gogebic Community College, has been granted the $125 Dorothy M. Wright Scholarship of the Ironwood Woman's Club. Marilyn, Pain-In-The-Neck called me 7:30 a.m. and said, "Your son; m ent for us left for High Point this morning; thinks there and didn't leave Marcella any money. He won't be back until tomorrow and the poor girl hasn't got a dime. I'll have to take some money over to her right away." Last week she called to tell me my son gave Marcella only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I °n e hour's notice and broug h t Tafelski, 422 Balsam St., is the | three business friends home for first recipient of this new scho- j cocktails. Marcella didn't have larship which has been estab- i any soda or lemons in the house. lished by the club to assist local! The place was a mess and she girls to attend GCC. Marilyn, didn't even have time to comb SCHOLARSHIP—Diane Thom- asini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thomasini, Merriweather, a 1965 Bergland High School graduate has been awarded a \State Board of Control Sciiolarship to Northern Michi- an University. Marquette. Miss Thomasini will enroll at NMU next fall. She hopes to become a secondary school teacher of French. Army. The You n g People's meeting will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. St. Michael's Catholic. Forty hours devotions, which star ted Sunday, will continue toni g h t with services at 7:30 p.m., and Tuesday with services at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A Franciscan father will conduct the services. Paynesville — Apostolic Lutheran. Bible study will be held Tuesday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. Usko Petaisto in charge. Iron Belt —Our Savior's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet after school. The Vacation Bible School will be held during the week of June 6. Ontonagon — Slloa Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. and the Siloa Church Women will meet at 8 p.m. with the Sarah Circle members in charge of the program and the Esther Circle as the hostess group. D a h 1 e n, education chairman, and Mrs. Thomas Ketola, club president, will serve for the current time by virtue of their offices. a 1964 graduate of Luther L. Wright, received her elementary education at the Norrie School. She is a member of the Women's League at the college and is majoring in English. Her career plan is to be a teacher. In the next eight years the Ironwood Woman's Club will give over $1,500 in scholarship, grants to Gogebic Community College from the club's Dorothy M. Wright Scholarship Fund. eery bill. It's an ideal arrange- both. Anyone who is sex going on here is crazy. The landlady told me yesterday that several tenants are gossiping about us. She suggested I remove the man's name from the mailbox or tell people he is my uncle. I refuse to do either. My conscience is clear. What d o you think?—RESPECTABLE Dear Respectable: Your conscience may be clear but your reputation is going to be mud if Joseph Freimuth, Ontonagon, ipent a weekend here with his brother, Carl. Mrs. Ralph W. Borseth spent a few days at the home of her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Borseth, at Bessemer. Mrs. H. Lund's card club met Club Activities The Ladies of Kaleva will sponsor a bake and fancy work sale Friday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kaleva Hall. Coffee and lunch will also be served. Lily of the Valley Rebe k a h Lodge will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Odd Fellows Temple. Past Noble Grands will vote on assembly officers. Hostesses will be Miss Lulu Garrett, Mrs. Arthur Guest and Mrs. Harold Lund. The Hurley Eagles Auxili a r y will meet Tuesday night, June 1, at 8 at the Eagles Hall. Officers will esses are be installed. Host- Mrs. John Traczyk, Mrs. Anselm Hendrickson and Mrs. Frank Drazkowski. Bergland Personals of Mrs. Stanl e y hundred was Pleasant Supper By CECILY 8ROWNSTONE A good cucumber accompaniment for salmon! Steamed salmon, mashed potatoes, green peas, creamy cucumbers, strawberry ice cream, beverage. CREAMY CUCUMBERS 1 container (8 ounces) commercial sour cream 1 teaspoon salt y z teaspoon paprika I tablespoon cider vinegar canned pimiento, at the home Lackie. Five played at two tables and prizes were won by Mrs. Dora Monfils, Mrs. Louise Ray, Mrs. Eda Ellsworth and Mrs. Edward Brown. Lunch was served. Mrs. Elsie Lund is a medical patient at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. David P a r p , daughter, Glenna, and Bonn i e Lac kie were Ironwood shoppers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barthels attended the funeral of Mr. Barthels 1 sister, Ella Barthels, at Menominee. Carole Western, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Western, has returned home from Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield, where she was a patient. Mrs. Lloyd Blonshine has returned from Marquette where she was a surgical patient at St. Mary's Hospital. 1 drained diced 2 cups thinly sliced pared cucumber Turn the sour cream, salt, paprika, vinegar and pimiento into an electric blender. Blend until pimiento is almost combined. Mix with cucumbers and chill. Makes 6 servings. Personal Items John Warpula, 137 W. Francis St., left today by plane for a vacation trip to California. While there he will attend the graduation of Mrs. J. Pardini, the former Maryann DeFranco, from the University of California Branch of San Francisco. Mrs. Pardini will receive a degre_e in physical therapy. She received a scholarship in 1964 from the university for the 1964-65 school year. Mrs. Pardini is a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School. Ruth Society Hears About Spring Rally BERGLAND — Mrs. Kenneth Johnson gave a report of t h e Spring Rally held at Kingsford May 6 at the meeting of Ruth Society of Trinity Lutheran Church Wednesday night, May 26. Mrs. William Applek amp Sr. and Mrs. William Applekamp Jr. were hostesses. Mrs. Melvin Frisk gave a review of the second chapter, "Reverence and Devotion," from a book entitled "What An Altar Guild Should Know." A review of a chapter will be given of the entire book by an individual member each month. The Christian growth topic "The Parable of the Talents,' was led by Mrs. Alfred Swen. The meeting closed with the singing of "Lutheran Women One and All," and prayer 1 e d by the society president, Mrs Thomas Erickson. The next meeting will be held June 23. her hair. Marcella happens to be alazy, disorganized slob. I don't want to become involved in their .roubles and I don't want Mrs. 'ain-In-The-Neck to tell me what goes on between them. What do you recommend?—H. J. K. Dear H. J. K.: The next time Mrs. Pain-In-The-Neck calls say ,his: "It breaks my heart that a fine, lovely girl like Marc e 11 a married a worthless, no-good Dum like my son. She could lave done much better—and I'm sorry she didn't. Please don't tell me any more sad stories about those two because it spoils my whqle day." Dear it <r -tt Ann Landers: I am a sensible, God-fear- Here is my story middle-aged, ing woman and I'd like your views, Three months ago a man I've known for years teleph o n e d and asked for help. He had been transferred to this city and was having a difficult time finding a suitable apartment. That very day my roommate told me she Births Hudacek. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Hudacek, 212 Brogan St., a son, May 29 at G r a n d View Hospital. First American vaudevil 1 e house was the Gaiety Museum which Benjamin Keith opened in Boston in 1883. you don't get that man out of there. People make judgments based on what they see, and when they see an unmarried man and woman sharing an apartment they assume the couple is not playing Chinese Checkers. •ir it ft Dearn Ann Landers: Our neighbors have a 23-year-old son who served in the Marines and was discharged last fall. The boy is a smart aleck who knows more tricks than a monkey with a rope. I saw him wearing his Marine uniform on the street yesterday and asked if he was going to a parade. He said, "No—I'm going to the ball game. The uniform gets me in for half-price." Then he added, "I always wear my uniform when I want to hitch a ride to Richmond or Washington." Is this against the law?—JUST ASKING Dear Just: My Marine authorities in Chicago say an inactive member may wear the uniform only when attending a milit a r y funeral, a wedding, a Presidential inauguraton or when participating in a parade. This boy is abusing the uniform and he could get into trouble. * * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, seld-addressed envelope. Copyright. IMS. Field Enterprliti. IB*. To prepare smothered chicken brown a cut-up large broiler- fryer in butter or margarine; add a half cup of tomato juice, leaf and some pepper- a bay corns. tender. soned flour before browning. Cook, covered, unt i J Roll the chicken in sea- Three Circles Will Meet on Wednesday Circles of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday afternoon, as follows: Ruth and Quilters, 12:30 luncheon at the Lindberg cottage, Echo Lake, Mercer. Members are to contact Mrs. Robert Eckstrom, phone 932-1435, for transportation. Esther, 12:30 luncheon at the Ernest Sandell cottage, Lake Gogebic, with Mrs. Sandell as hostess. Sarah, 12:30 luncheon at t h e Holmberg cottage, Echo Lake, Mercer. GIRLS . . . 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