Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 2, 1965 · Page 5
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY; JUNE 2,1965. FIVE Combined School To Open Monday Registration of the combined Vacation Bible School of the First Presbyterian, Beth any Covenant and Wesley Methodist Churches will be held at Wesley Methodist Church Mond a y, June 7, at 9 a.m. From there the children will go to their assigned churches. The school will continue for two weeks, through June 18, from 9 to 11:45 each day. The Rev. Ralph Dirksen, director of the entire school, announced today that the school is open to all children ages 5 through eighth grade, and i s not only for the children of the participating churches. The children will be assigned as follows: Ages 4,5,8 and 7 — Wesley Methodist; Grades 2, 3 and 4 — Bethany, and Grades 5, 6. 7 and 8 — First Presbyterian. Mrs Pat Juul will be department director at Wesley, Mrs. Carl Makl at Covenant and the Rev. Kenneth Moreland at First Presbyterian. Instructors at the Methodist Church will be Pat Warren, Charlene Johnson and P e arl Abraham of that church, and Margaret Dahlin, Lindus Eckstrom and Mary Ann Christensen of First Presbyterian. the Covenant Mrs. T h o r a Instructors at Church will be Wanden of Wesley, Jacqueline Runrlquist, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Ralph Dirksen, Mrs. George Thomas, Mrs. Cargill Raucli and Mrs. Frank Carlson of that church, and Mrs. Pat Aldridge of First Presbyterian Instructors at First Presbyterian will be Mrs. W. J. Warren of Wesley, Mrs. Arnold Hedstrom and Mrs. George Turunen of Covenant, and Mrs. Kenneth Moreland, Mrs. Robert Slining. Mrs. R. D. Perkins, Mrs. Paul Kending and Mary Rokser, Presbyterian. Each day there will be Bible study, singing, craft work and game time. Dally Glob* clisstfleds get i-egultt science in 1962. He was affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi, social fraternity, and Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary leadership and scholarship fraternity. His graduate work was at State University of Iowa College of Medicine, where he will receive his M.D. degree this month. His affiliates are Alhpa Kappa Kappa, professional medical social fraternity; Alpha Omega Alpha, honorable scholastic and leadership medical fraternity; and member of the New York Academy of Sciences. He plans to intern at the New York Hospital—Cornell Medical Center with subsequent plans on going into-neurological surgery. Bowling League ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Walter George Cisewski, 161 E. Harding Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kay, to Gary James Lustgarten, M.D., son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack G. Lustgarten, 130 S. Hewlett, Merrick, Long Island, N.Y. Miss Cisewski, a graduate of St. Ambrose High School with the class of 1960, did her undergraduate work at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, where in 1964 she received the bachelor of arts degree in speech and hearing pathology and elementary education. She was affiliated with Kappa Social Sorority and many other clubs and received various honors. She is presently employed with Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nev., as a speech and hearing pathologist, and will be employed with the New York City School System as speech and hearing therapist in the elementary day schools and plans to enter Columbia University and the Lexington School for the Deaf to begin work on her master of arts degree in the education of the deaf. Mr. Lustgarten did his undergraduate work at State University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts, receiving his bachelor of arts degree in general The Hurley Junior W o m e n's S rttta serlcs carller Ifl Oddlty awards were * lv en to j ea n Erspamer, Geri Levra and Fran Loreti. League held tts annual banquet Perfect attendance awar d s at the Montreal Lodge with 28 werc ? lven to Wally Gayer, regulars and three substitu t e s Marv Chiapuslo, Mary Jo De- Sonia. Clara Gotta, Dorothy Fran Loretl and Ka y P * attending. The official champion ship! chevrons presented in. team, which had a total of 86 points. The members of this team are Tessie Giackino Helen Studden, Florence Valsuano, Angle Testolin and Vicky Sbraggla. A sponsor's certifcate from the WIBC was also awarded to this team. Other team prizes were as fol- 1 lows: Boob's Bar. 77; P a u 1's ;Store, 57; Stephani's, 48; Varal- pres / e v d e n t; treasurer; Ronco, sergeant at arms. D Da ' VEGETABLE BEDDING PLANTS Die! 9324420 w •32-0522 Flower Shop and Greenhouse* Flowers Are Our Business ... our ONLY Business! Flowers by Wire F.T.D.A. Ironwood Visit Ray's Friendly Flower Shop in Hurley A new Concept in fit for the Average American Figure AT HOME ANYWHERE At a luncheon in town or a drive in the country, this 71% Arne! Triacetate, 29% Cotton plaid two- piece suit finds its way comfortably. The double breasted jacket features a notched collar, short sleeves and pocket flaps. Slim skirt. $12.98 DRESSES for EVERY FIGURE and « f VERT PURSE .. . beautiful new styles and colors including cotton house frocks, swirls and shifts ... 5.98 & up. r 2toJS* i l^^^^^l^ Dial 932-3320 \^^^^^A '[^^^^^^•••m ^•••^^^^^•i Church Events St. Michael's Catholic. The Altar Society will meet tonight at 7:30 in the church parl o r s. Lunch will be served after the business session. Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday and the service meeting will be held at 8. St. Paul Lutheran. The Mary Circle will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors with Mrs. Hilma Maki, Mrs. Matt Kinnunen, Mrs. Ida Risku and Mrs. Ida Haanpaa as hostesses. Trinity Lutheran. A sup p e r and party in honor of the con- firmands, sponsored by the Walther League, will be held Thursday at 5 p.m. Bethany Covenant. Dorcas Society will meet Thursday night at 7:45 with Mrs. Arnold H e d- strom and Miss Clara H e d - strom as hostesses. Memb e r s are asked to turn in their "sunshine bags" at this meeting. Salvation Army. The Ladi e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. A rummage sale will/ be held Saturday,. starting at 8 a.m., at the former Silver Cup. Lowell and Aurora Streets. St. Luke's Lutheran. Juni o r Choir practice is recessed until September. Watersmeet — Baptist. Midweek prayer meeting -will be held Thursday night at 7. Paynesville — Apostolic Lutheran. Services will be held Friday night at 7:30 with Walter Torola in charge. Ontonagon— Siloa Luther a n The choir will rehearse at ' p.m. Thursday. Ontonagon — Methodist. Choi rehearsal will be held at 7:30 Thursday night. Pence—St. Anthony's Catholic The Altar Society will m e e Thursday night at 7:30 in the church hall. Members of St. Catherine's Circle will be hostesses with Mrs. Domenic R e i- nerio, chairman, assisted by Miss Alma Zandi, Mrs. Earl Swetkovich, Mrs. Joseph Levra, Mrs. Edward Reinerio, Mrs. Robert Mezzano, Mrs. James Nichols and Mrs. Lawrence Laguna All women of the parish are invited. ANNUAL SEMINAR—More than 50 members of the Upper Peninsula Federation of Women's Clubs gathered at Northern Michigan University, Marquette, recently to participate in the annual seminar on community improvement. Members of the discussion panel (left to right) included; Miss Ellen Solmonson, Norway; Mrs. James Scarbro, Charleston, W. Va.; Dr. Thomas Cook, assistant to the vice president of NMU Public Services, and Mrs. Thomas .Ketola, president of the Ironwood Woman's Club. Purpose of the meeting was to provide training for key federation members on how to mobilize community resources to rneet community problems. (NMU Photo) Personal Items Mrs. E. O. Johnson, 206 Lake it., has returned from Kings- ord where she attended bacca- aureate , services and also a t ended Confirmation at the ^irst Lutheran Church, Iron Mountain. hurley Church to Have Bible School The Hurley Presbyterian Church will hold a Vacation Bible School the week of June 7-11 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day. There will be three departments — kindergarten, p r i - mary and junior. Plans are being made to have a bus bring in the children from Iron Belt Montreal and Gile Mrs. Joseph Massoglia Jr. is the superintendent of this school. Graduation Rites at Berg land Thursday BERGLAND — On Thursday, June 3, the Bergland High School will hold its commencement at 8 p.m. Earlier in the day, at 10:45 a.m., the honors and awards program will b e held. Friday will be the final day of school and on Wednesday, June 9, the Board of Education will hold a meeting. The annual school board election will be held Monday, June 14. Good Manners Make Friends Polly's Pointers By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — At the dime store I bought an attractive small flower pot with the saucer attached and drainage holes in the bottom. I keep this in a conveneint spot by the sink to hold my scrubbing pads after they are used. Any excess water in the pads drains away and they are ready for the next use. The pot looks nice, too. Storing extension table leaves poses a problem in most households. I made a bag for mine out of heavy canvas material. The bag is slightly larger than the table leaf and has a heavy shoelace run through the top. I put the table leaf in the bag, tied a good knot in the shoelace and hung it over a heavy wooden coat hanger in the guest bedroom closet. Now the leaf rests that out of the way, well protected from scratches and convenient to get when needed. — MRS. J. R. F. DEAR POLLY — When" I have a skirt that is open at the bottom with a kick pleat or a shift with a slit at each side, I sew a one-inch piece of elactic on the inside at the seam end to keep it from ripping upward. —JEAN DEAR POLLY — Do you ever chip the paint on your bedroom door as so many of us do who cannot resist hanging coat hangers on the knobs or handles? My solution costs nothing and is also not noticeable. Remove the knob, cut a piece of clear USE PLASTIC COVER Births Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Williams, Milwaukee a son, June 1 at Grand View Hospital plastic long enough to take care of all the hanger scratches. This is really a help. — MRS. M. F.H. Jr. DEAR POLLY — Do not be too quick about throwing away an old bamboo rake. Save the remaining teeth to use for plant stakes for house plants or even small garden plants. The handle also makes good stakes as it can be cut In two pieces and split according to the size of the plants that need support.—MRS. W. T. DEAR POLLY — Never throw away old felt hats as they come in very handy for making patches for sweaters that are worn out at the elbow. —MRS. O. O. Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . .send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. Hair rollers are for privacy. IRONWOOD PHARMACY ll's and Bella & Bruno's Bar and Mlkkola. Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Grill, 46 each ard M i k k o 1 a, Wakefield, a Team High Single Game; Va- daughter, June 1 at Divine In- ralli's, 938; Boob's Bar. 933; fant Hospital, Wakefield. Squeak's Log Cabin, 903; Paul's Store, 866: Stephani's, 863, Bella & Bruno's, 842 Team High Series: S q u eak's Log Cabin, 2601; Boob's Bar, 2579; Paul's Store, 2524; Stephani's, 2461; Varalli's, 2444; Bella & Bruno's, 2430. Betty Varalli was present e d with a pin from the WIBC for bowling the highest series (612) of the league for the season, and Wally Cayer received the WIBC award for the most improv e d average with an increase of 9.07 pins after 21 games were bowled. Individual High Series: Betty Varalli, 612; Vicky Sbragg i a , 577; Clara Gotta, 573; Tessie Giackino, 556; Dorothy Leppi, 530; Mary Mioni, 526. Club Activities Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the home of Wilda Rowe, Vaughn Street. The Business and Professional Women's Club rummage sale scheduled for June 4 and 5 has been postponed until fall. Individual High Single Game: Betty Varalli, 244; Vicky Sbrag- gia, 223; Clara Gotta, 219; Hilda King and Louise DeCarlo, 211; Mary Chiapusio, 209. Highest averages: Betty Varalli, 175; Vicky Sbraggia, 167; Clara Gotta, 161; Mary Chiapusio, 152; Hilda King, Florence Valsuano and Tessie Giackino, 151; Jean Erspamer, 150; Margie Cortichiato and Louise DeCarlo, 149. Kathy Santini was given prizes for the lowest game, lowest series and lowest average. Margie Cortichiato was given a prize for triplicate games of 138. She also received a chev- Watersmeet Church Sets Bible School WATERSMEET — Vacation Bible School will be held at the Union Congregational Church for five days beginning on Monday June 7. Classes will be conducted from 9 9a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day. A closing program will be held Friday, June 1. All children four years of age and over are invited to attend. Sunday School classes will be dismissed Sunday, June 6, f o r summer vacation. Their annual picnic will be held on S u n day, June 13. Classes will b e resumed in September. Worship services for the summer months are scheduled for 9 a.m. each Sunday. 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