Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 20, 1965 · Page 18
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 20, 1965
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The World of Women SIX TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1965. ENGAGEMENT TOLD — The engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Clifton Dale Neau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Neau, Kenosha, Wis., is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Frederickson, also of Kenosha, formerly of Ironwood. A June wedding is being planned by the aerea couple. It's All 'Bias' In New Fashions By LOUISE IIICKMAN AP Fashion Writer ROME iAP> - It's all bias with Princess Irene Galitzine's look for fall and winter — bias, cuts, bias waists, bias details and even a few pairs of bias- stripped stockings. The clothes she showed in her Rome salon Monday night were contemporary, not futuristic.! j Galitzine's only concessions to i the space age were a few domed ] helmet caps similar to but I smaller than those shown by. , Pucci in Florence. ' ; The Galitzine look was una- i domed almost to the point of starkness. But her soft handling| of thick gabardines and mate-' • lasses made it lighter and softer '. '. than anything seen in the Italian i 1 collections to date. 1 There were no buttons. Col- j lars just wide enough to fold' I over ringed the collarbone. Cuffs on round, slender-shoul- '• kimono sleeves were; puffy bands. Class of 1925 Holds Reunion The class of 1925 of Luther L. Wright High School held Hsji 40th anniversary reunion J u 1 y i \ 3 at the Oogebic Country Club. | : There were 32 members pres-j cut outtof a class of 84. At noon' a buffet luncheon was held for i the class members and a memorial service for deceased mem-; bers was held at this time. Thir-' teen members are decea s e d:; Nannie Lindberg, Hugo Ander- 1 son, Reuben Hill, Helmer John-; son, Waldemar Josephson, Vienna Ketola, Robert Moore, Joseph Moon, Hilder Olson, Eino Roos, Gertrude Ross, Arvid Swanberg and Frances Larson Kohler. i The service was conducted by; Dr. Luther E. Holmgren assist-i ed by Florence Bloomquist Carlson, who lit a candle in memory of each deceased member. Thirteen candles were arranged in candelabra decorated with Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems,.. Dear Ann Landers Why is it that whenever a Couple is divorced, if the husband gets the children it is assumed that: tit He caught hei under the worst possible circumstances or They tolerate me They think I am weak, insecure and addlebrained. They think their father Is strong, brilliant and capable. I have never been pble to control them. Whatever their father says ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Osterman. 69 Aurora Location, announce the encase- (•:> She is a tramp who didn't is gospel. want to be bothered with the I When we split up several children or ' months ago my Husband said, t3> She is mentally unstable i "Shall we ask the children with and-or an alcoholic whom they want to live'" (They I would like to dispel these 1 are 15. 13 and 12.) I replied, "No, notions once and for all. and III couldn't bear the humiliation am well qualified f o do so since of having them choose. Let's tell I'm a divorcee who Is not a'them they will live with their tramp, was not caught, nor am) father." That settled it and I'm I incompetent or alcoholic. 11 sure they were relieved gave up my children simply oe-l so, here's a different kino of cause I felt they would be better! letter for your column. Ann Lanoff with their father. My husband and I never got! along, r married him to please <7ivpn hv nr ment of tneir dau § nter - Karen : a socially ambitious mother. The B " uy Ui - 3. to Lawrence J. Taikowski. | children adore their father, son of MRS. L. F. BRUNELLO ~~~ r.. , .. sun ui Mr. ana Mrs. Joseph: in the evening, a dinner was Taikowski, 59 E. Thomas St. _. . „ neld at the Country Club to There are no dennlte wedding Church Events •^^2™*™*^™?\V*™- iKennys Studio Photo* ! sVven'h ^ GmS President Appoints Unit Committees Galitzine S maae skirts soft and Nuptials Are Held swinging but not full. Bias The Cathedral of Christ the also invited. Tables for both oc- '• _ casions were decorated with vel-'. .'"'"" _. . low and white flowers, the class tended were^ _ Gladys colors. Appropriate favors were day Adve n t i s t . ' Prayer meeting will be held Carlson Wednesday night, at 1:30. First Church of Christ. Scien- ders. Label it "Education." Sincerely yours. — ODD WOMAN OUT Dear Woman: You do not sound weak, insecure or addlebrained to me, but you have sadly underestimated yourself. Good luck in making a new life — and thanks for the "education." und Ekman Ol-a kaneas Ade UsL A testimonial meeting will Oscar A. Marander. class presi- f" H okSSSn Rowe Go?don' be held We dnesclav night at 8. dent, was master of ceremonies. * «^. ans °" „ *°T"' G °,± n i The reading room will be o p e n Dear Ann LanU°rs: I am coats and suit jackets. Mrs. Charles Laurila, the new Galitzine showed seamings on the bias fabrics King, Superior, was the scene of Awards wer^^ Ellen Erickson Sunie, j ^'VTr, S „„, were almost the only detail on o beautiful summer wedding RinnmmiiJ ravi^r, w£n »VT« Bernard E. Larson, Oscar. A. ; " lo 4 p ' m - /^otr onrf p,,it fnnlrnfc. ^ „ I ....,>„,, T..1.. o ..,!,«„ o 1_~ DlUUlliqUtOl. OUli&UIl, WHO U d V- >.»„„„„ j „„ ,„,„!;„ Wnll.~ IT , Saturday. July 3, when Sandra -,.,, t v? p rarthpVt • nav Matoia" Marander, Amelia Valko v\a>ter. Church of (he \azar e n e. Mrs. unanes Laurila, tne new Ga iitzine showed several Kay Sanders became the bride the man whn h« rhnnoirt /h* Hav B - Smeeth. Vincent G. Les-j Prayer meeting will be held at Pr e » °f' h * *" re J_ E . a ?i es 'swinging smock dresses, close of Lt. Lawrence F. Brunello. ^t^V^cA^f£E?J* e co. Elvira Kllponen Nelson. Lu- 7 Wednesday night Auxiliary, appointed the follow- at the ^ou^ers Ing committees for 1965-66 at the over tne b OSO m unit's business meeting: 1?>. Mother, Mrs. Ann Pret- and curved The Rt. Rev. Msgr. most, and Miss Lebe Friedman, Kilponen cille Hulstrom Morgan, Carl O. Mrs Mary Zandi and M'r s Mary Conhartoski- cancer, Mrs Nicholas Gentile; Mrs, Mary Casanova Galitzine's boutique collection ring nuptials for the daughter of included backless lycra swim- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sanders. long slashed skirts that clung to tne son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank delinquent,! tne hipS| in ma t c hing prints. Brunello, Klmball, Wis. Wide-legged wool jersey pants, For her wedding. Miss Sanders were worn with ring-collared chose a peau de soie gown 1 p honse tne woman wno had rhanzprl the ume «- uls '< ro « 1 Morgan, uan u. Kress officiated at the double ]"| s | ™" JlV,° h t.J?JS ed „ Erickson. John Nicholas and Er-. re Karstens Kennedy consolation prize, of the class members gave wood Slade Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly— When clea n i n g i Assembly of God. Pray e r meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Bethany Covenant. Midw e e k Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 Trinity Lutheran. Services will be held at Gogebic Hospi t a ), jnvpcHiraHncr ••"•- "wi,, ...... i.u B -..uiia.iv.u ^ i. u o .. a [ uc ouic B uwn r i en t havinp bppn nnp nf thp Dear Polly—When clea n i n s " ati ""s 17 ""- aua^i <. « '. ,,, mai , _ JrS'ffi! In^SiSsh^S Patten> SbSl SSvS, TrS SSe ^^^ "his cTaL °L ^ books, nev?r rub, a cloth over Wakefield, at 2 p.m. Wednesday, nie Baima and Mrs. Cela Kivi.' m |L ai 'f^lhnwWi S* <»»< in on* A i?™IttS?i « nhfn^ senlor year.-and Dr. John Rufi. the open ends of the books. That! Salvation Army. A midw e e k Community service, Mrs. Mil- th f chke £d SrhnP? r-non • ?Sn SfnrS i«S »Sn E, % P rofessor ° f education at the: only rubs the dust in. Hold a meeting will be held Wednesday j« T_m •.»__ ^' !.!,_ , cnicK piaio gaoarames, cut on, train. Alencon lace and seed TT n i,, n «f »«•! < ^,-, ; hnnir in panh viann r-ion t.hpm tn. r,in-i,f o^ n da LaFave, Mrs. Gentile and Mrs. Lena Kasper; finance. Mrs. Thereof Minelli, Mrs. Rosina Rubatt and Mrs. Selma Hendrickson. publicity, Mrs. J. B. Shifra and Mrs. Edward Bell; historian, Mrs. Shifra; Eag 1 e s memorial, Mrs. Scandin and Mrs. Casanova; luncheon, Mrs. Sy Forte and Mrs. Laurila; child welfare, Mrs. Nora Abraham and Mrs. Lila Zani. Rules and by-laws, Mrs. Shilra. Mrs. Adeline Penna and Mrs. Mary Lu Buschp; TB, Mrs. Forte, Mrs Hulda Thomspon and Mrs. Blanche Pinardi; blood donor, Mrs. Lucy Sekel sky: drill team, Mrs. LaFave and Mrs. Marie Valenti; flow e r s , Mrs. Catherine Prospero; birthday, get well and sympa thy cards, Mrs, Forte; kitchen inspection Mrs. Clara Zandi, Mrs. Forte and Mrs. Kasper. Auditor, Mrs. Scandin; drill • team captain, Mrs. Pinardi; grievance, all past presidents; entertainment, Mrs. Shifra, Mrs. LaFave Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Gen- on ; train. Alencon lace and pearl appliques trimmed seed university of Missouri. Colum-i book in e . acn nan d- cla P tnem to- the sleeves, skirt and bodice. H e r illusion veil was bia, Mo., who was principal of the Luther I. Wright High Sc'iool thick plaid gabardines, the bias. Club Activities caugnt to an Alencon lace tiered ^^oW^orinterestlnK'''^^^^™' and this is the way we Indianhead Chapter, Sweet: disc embroidered with pearls. while tea chinE here Dr Rufi dust our b°oks to keep them Adelines, Inc., will rehearse to- Her cascade bouquet was fash- snokp nr . h :_ PV npripnnP5 sinnp n 'esh looking. On book cleaning ni^ht of -7. tn of t>,o -Do^c-u K,,;I^ innpH nf whitp trloriinli r-pnto^ort ?P OK . e on nls experiences SIHCC gether with some force and watch the dust fly. I am a book buyer in a large departm e n t night at 7. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Ladies Aid will have a meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday The Mite Box offering will be received. Onlonagon—Assembly of God. night at 7:30 at the Parish build-, ioned of white gladioli centered i e "aviriE V ' 4 iromvooT C irT" < iq:>4°"KP da y tne noise in tne department j Bible study and prayer service tYAn- f\-f Tw%wt nn.iln^j- /"»„«« H «t- : _ „ \lMfh Q r\{ n L- >»/1f« f*r\ve*rtn-f* 4li & Al UH W UVJLl 1J1 •l&^t. JTiC _._..„__ «.,„*-—.«,„..„ *.— «!•„«. „ — J I ...Jll W« t, „ 1 _1 ttr J 1 -_ I _»_ i. _ *. ing of Immaculate Concept i onj with a pink rose corsage. Catholic Church. Wakefield. This! Mrs. Raymond Caplette, North- 1 versitles and i trawlprt hn<5 t5 ,, lc , ht in „ nil n hp ,. -J ..„:. causes customers to stop a n d will be held Wednesday night at ' will be a general members h i p: ridge, Calif., sister of the bride, I meeting and it is important that; was matron of honor, and Mrs. 'all arrive promptly at 7:30. ' Tr "~"- ""*— »»-.«— An "Approach on 9" contest i look.-G. G. 7:45. vis 28 fore i g n Dear Polly-I bought three i ontonagon-Baptist P r a ver Ontonagon Bapl st ' p l a ^ ei Jame, Madison, was was at one time *" l?e overS sets of measuring spoons, removed the rings holding them ™ey wore identi-i He said _ ., Although l nave met together and hung them on win be played bv the Women' callv s ^ ed flOOT le "^h gowns' « e 6 ^ e In ^ ,lS5Si?ta hooks'near my mixtag area in Trout Creek-Assembly of God. _ V. _ f"»^cu uj^ me YYuiiicii a . 4 Wn *__ ort VTII- n-Voar, n« » », • UIle P eu Pie in every Situation in .. _ . .._. . ' .. _ .° Prnver mppf no- anrl Rhp sturlv Golf League of the Gog e b i c Country Club along with team play Wednesday at 1 pm. following the luncheon at 12 noon. PORK LOIN WITH APRICOT GLAZE 4 pounds (about) pork loin oToo,"™ ho u - f V T~ i ^ oin nal « without chin bone cleaning bee" to be I I/3 cup apricot p reserves Va cup dry sherry On a rack in a foil-lined small tile; memberships, Mrs. Zandi, Mrs Agnes Baron and M r s. Baima The president also chose women for a held in August and later in Sep tember when most of the members will be back from vacations. The dates and time will be announced. Hostesses of the last social meeting were chairman, Mrs Pretti; Mrs. Sekelsky and Mrs. Fred Broome. The hostesses for the business meeting were chairman. Mrs. Laurila; Mrs. Casanova and Mrs. Nancy Forslund. The next meeting will be held July 27 and hostesses will be Mrs. Bell, chairman; Mrs. Felix Patritto and Mrs. Valenti. Good Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE Roast pork gets an epicurean g'laze. Pork loin with apricot glaze, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, salad bowl, bread tray, melon wedges, beverage. of two-toned Nile green lin e n fashioned with scoop necklines,: elbow length sleeves and high- sheath have found mvself the kitchen - * tablespoons of ironwt win a wavs i are one nook - etc - Now J J ust ul -"onwooo. wui always _ oon . rt . .. T ring bands veils. held their circle hold a special place spect and affection. In ger. Within a period of re _ j reach up and grab the one I " j need and it is not tangled up with jthe others. This also saves wash' ing more spoons than have been I used.—MRS. J. C. K. meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7. writing because my 14-year-o 1 d niece asked me to. I don't know the answer but I'm hoping you will. My niece is a very sweet person and has many friends, both girls and boys. They are allowed to come to the house to sing, dance, play records and just visit, which I think is perfect 1 y fine. The problem is the girl's mother. She's in her middle 30's and has five children The woman wears a bikini from the first day of spring until snow hits the ground. She knows she has an outstanding figure and apparently she wants everyone else to know it, too. The little high school boys who come to the house look and loox until I think their eyes are going to popu out of their heads. The bikinis this mother wears have the narrowest brassi.e res I've ever seen. The panties are little more than what the strippers in a burlesque house wear. I think it is positively indecent and so does her 14-year-old IN ENGLAND—Burna, right, Ann Bennett, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Bennett, North Curry Street, are pictured aboard the S. S. United States on which they traveled to England. They arrived at Southhampton, England, June 19. to spend two months with Mr. Bennett's aunts, the Misses Lillle and Edie Bunt of London, England. While there they will take an eight-day tour of the continent going to Belgium, West Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Paris, France. They will also tour Wales and Scotland and visit with other relatives In Cornwall. They will return to the United States by Pan American Airline on Aug. 15. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kop a c i and son, Stevie, Montreal, hav» returned from Kenosha, W i s., where they spent a week's vacation with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall, and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lampert, who spent a week with h * r mother, Mrs. A. J. Papin, Ridge Street, returned Monday to their home at Port Washington, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Olson and children. Michael and Nancy, Compton. Calif., are spending their vacation with Mr. Olson's mother, Mrs. Frank Olson, and his brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olson, Sunset Road. Gordon Samardich, Stamfo r d Conn., arrived Saturday to join Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. daughter. Do you feei that thisj nis family and to visit v his par- woman is right in her insistence, e nts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sa- that she can wear anything she niaridch, Gile, and other rela- pleases in her own home? —! tives. G.R.M. years, I came to know many _ _„ _, ., , ,- , T i, ,... .,... l Dear Polly—Little Eagles Auxiliary Has Picnic Meeting was best man and the other Min^PPnn ^ood people here. I thought then, . uea [ ™uy-uiuie tooinpai : M"™ 6 ^-1 and I sincerely believe, that the H 1 . a tube will be wasted if . „ ....... o „„ Diiaegroom, ( Lutner L vvright teaching staff I nair cl . lp , 1S attached to the base the Kellett cottage at Lake Su- toothpastej The Ironwood Eagles Auxila; iary held a picnic meeting at included many teachers of ex- of the tube and the clip is folded perior Thursday night. Bl a n d Ushers were Donald Swanson and Leo n a r d TShS°;'e«pnon n w as held tlne " e( "" e ">" «™«» aurt "S; W ,„ B^SS SB? sj.rris-«« s? ?$s srs K very proud of the many outstand- Dear G. R. M.: I believe a woman who is al^ne in h e r home has the right to wear anything she pleases or nothing at all, if she pleases—provided the shades are down and the doors are bolted. When others ar present, however, it is Indecent to go around half naked (or in her case seven-eights naked is more paste is used When it has j howa-tourl bak .e" Aug be deslgnat e*d Room. tnppthpr tn do with a ota Sri to he £prt \ - * ° b e "sed agam- - o. me piace to DC ctesignat e d a house dress when her children as i later. Mrs. John Finco was ap-! a nd their friends are home—be- Iron County Unit Makes Picnic Plans The Iron County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. ;at its recent meeting, made plans for a potluck picnic to be held July 28 at the Oliver Risku cottage at Pine Lake. All members are asked to meet at the VFW Memorial Hall, Hurley, at 5:30. Mem- I hope this mother will put oncers desiring transportation are clln - ' , -e' P ° UlteCl carah mionf h sl aet e ' fore tne da ughter starts to meet Pointed chairman of the sa 1 e ' her pals around the corner. was a member of the Alp] Sorority shallow roasting pan, place the lght and he pork. Roast in a moderate (350 ^ affila t e d on 1 0 n Modern Portrait Studio Ironwood ^fiS. "Studio ^^^B of 1=5 Prize Winning Portroiture" Phone 932-3800 mometer registers 185 degrees- about 35 minutes per pound or about 21/2 hours. Remove from oven; remove meat on rack and foil from pan. Line pan with clean foil; replace meat without rack. Stir together the apricot preserves and sherry; spoon over pork. Replace In a hot (425 degrees) oven for about 10 minutes. Serve pork with a little of : the apricot glaze spooned over chops. Makes 5 to 6 servings. Actor Faces Charge Of Drunken Driving BEVERLY HTLLS, Calif. (AP) — Actor Howard Duff faces trial in municipal court Sept, 15 on a charge of drunken driving. Arrested Monday morning, Duff, 51, later pleaded innocent. He was charged also with driving a car without a license in his possession. He was released on $166 bail. TIRED OF YOUR OLD SCARF? Let us restyle your old skins as a new, exciting "TWIST BOA" $35 Two-Skin Boas as low as $18.50 Expert workmanship! Bring your old «kin» in now! 225 E. Aurora WWG** " -' Dial 932-1500 ety. The bride was empl o y e d by the Wausau Public Schools System. Lt.. and Mrs. Brunello left immediately following the reception for Laredo Air Force Base, I Texas, where he will complete j his pilot training, then spend; three months at Castle Air Force j Base, California. Parties for the bride were given by Mrs. Arthur Kettunen, Mrs. Charles Makela, Mrs. Hen- I am ored to have been present. I owe many people a special and sin- thanks for inviting me and; me Save those pockets off of old i and Mrs. Leno Zadra is co-chair- made in school! ?„ i'.^J^fr 8 Jl nd blo _ uses be ' !m a"- All members are asked wh e n; about what they will contribute i- and trimmed with! and if they want their baked ', goods picked up. The co-opera- sewi n gi tion of all members is asked to For J,,.: Q ,J a neater for ettrs ^eccers f o m riom holding pins, needles ous sizes and colors of buttons. A large cookie tin is the ideal class members and instructors ; hnin>r fm- thP who were unable to attend, were read by Marander. Plans were Ann •ft it ft Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1905, Field Enterprises. Inc. fnvpnrrnf Aid v ^ u * /fc? -'-' l - I /Ji SUO. manv years. to meet agam ln nve thread we accumulate keep the sewing from being over crowded. MARGARET and " make this project a success. The visiting committee f o r August includes Mrs. Agnes Te-, kela, Mrs. Zadra and Mrs. Rose Outing O21 Thursday Archambeau. A spaghetti and meatball sup asked to call Mrs R i sjnv. 561-5350. Members, who have cars and have room for passen- | gers, are also asked to call, Mrs. , Risku. Mrs. Risku gave her hospital report and the trustees' reports were read. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Tony Alleva, Mrs. Mabel Bazette and Mrs. Ed Miles. The Ladies Aid of Bethanyl Covenant Church will have a pot- : per was served by the hostess-; fuck dmner Thursdav at 12%0 PS ivr.-c Mrwmon v Q n^f —, • lues dinner inursaay at 12.JD 'es, Mrs. Norman Kellett Mrs. George Stulac. and ry Koivisto bridge club. and the bride's The next meeting is scheduled mittee were Oscar Maran d e r , chairman; Olga Kangas, Helmi E. Ekman, Bernard E. Larson, Gladys C. Dorpat, Elvira K. Nel- a ; for Aug. 5 at the Veterans i o n j Foreign Wars Hall. of Births Plckmosa. Mr. and Mrs George Pickmosa, Milwauk e e , a daughter, July .19. Mrs. Pick- mosa is the former Kathl e e n Nasl, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. John Nasi, Sunset Road, and Mr. Pickrnosa's parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Pickmosa, also of Sunset Road. Makinen. Mr and Mrs. James Makinen, 118 E. Francis St., a daughter, July 19 at Grand View Hospital. Jasberg. Mr. and Mrs. David Jasberg, Wakefield. a son, July 19 at Divine infant Hosp i t a I, Wakefield. Queen Is Unable to Eat Watermelons TERRAL, Okla. (AP) — Linda Gunter, 18, newly chosen queen of the Terral Melon Jubilee, says watermelons "make me break out all over." Good Manners Make Friends Seek professional help vyhen a personal or family problem gets out of bond son, Lucille H. Morgan, Ellen E. Sunie, Amelia V. Walter, Adelia H. Rowe and Phyllis T. Watters. when pouring a teaspoon of; medicine for a child, no medi-i „, _,. cine will be lost as you tip the oilOV/er (jrZVen IOI spoon.. It will run <nto the table- Linda Anderson spoon to be salvaged. i Very attractive and novel! SAXON— Miss Linda Ander- planters can be made f r o m | son was guest of honor at a pre_.„. „,..„, , children's outgrown toys such as; nuptial shower given at the Le- out of town class members^ doll cradle, boy's toy truck ] gion Hall. Games were played p.m. at the Michael N. Lascody cottage, Manitowish River. Coffee, cream and sugar will be furnished. Those, who are driving and those who need rides, are asked to contact Mrs. Frank Carlson, phone 932-2365, by Wednesday. In case of rain the dinner will be served in the church parlors. NOW ENJOY TOTAL WRIST comfort BRILLIANT the doll clothes who attended were Miss L e b e j and so on Friedman, Chicago; William Hantula, Ann Arbor; Esther Gustafson Wick, M a n k a t o, Minn.; Karstens Kennedy, Bismark, N. D.; Dr. Luther E. Holmgren, Madison: William Ritmanich, Fort W°rth, Texas; Joseph A. Schreiner, Yakima, Wash.; Lillian Thompson Lesco, Pontiac; Ray Makela, Duluth; Agnes Mattson Strong, Wayland; John ihrig, Chicago; 1 Q9fl e .«.. *iun. ._,ciinv.o wr:ic jjia^cU! T-) • f i o r- and lunch was served. Miss An- \tieuniOn On July 25 When tiny buttons cannot be derson will become the bride of; The J E Murnhv Hierh found jn the right colors for Robert Hornick of Racine, Wis., class of'1920 not the class' you are mak- j on Aug. 7. — ... . • o ing, paint them with a nontoxic model .airplane paint. — DOROTHY Dear Polly—I made a list of all our local hospitals with addresses and zip code numbers., I keep this in my small phone j director and find it saves time i when I want to send cards to! Note to brides-to-be: it's quite correct to have your silver 1945 with have its 45th anniversary reunion Saturday, July 25, at Club 51, Mercer The soci a 1 hour will begin at 5:30. dinner flatwarr bear the single initial ] will be served at 7 and'dancing of you married name. will begin at 9. Emelia Kacsir McGrau, Duluth; j sick friends. Also I am Florence Bloomquist Car 1 s o n, Santa Monica, Calif. 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