Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 21, 1965 · Page 21
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965. SEVEN Edith Franti, Ronald Weitkum Repeat Vows at Ewen Saturday The First Lutheran Church, Ewen, was the setting for the July 17 marriage of Edith Ann Marie Pranti and Ronald John Weitkum. The beautiful candlelight service was held at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. John Llnna officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Arvid O. Franti, Route 1, Ewen, and the late Mr. Franti. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Weit- kum, 1233 College Ave., Racine, Wis. The bride was escorted down he white carpeted aisle and (Charles Studio Photo) MRS. RONALD WEITKUM Mrs. R. Niemi's Family Has Reunion MASS — A reunion of the family of Mrs. Richard N 1 e m 1 was held Sunday, July 11, with 23 in attendance, including the children and grandchildren. The family attended the service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday morning after which the group enjoyed a dinner at Toot's Din- Ing Room. The afternoon was spent at the home of Mr-, anc Mrs. George Lehto, the former Nieml home, where a pleasant social time was enjoyed by all, Members of the family attend tag were Mr. and Mrs. E 1 n o Nieml and son of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Niemi and son of Southfleld, Mr. and Mrs Robert Ross and daughter o Ferndale, Mrs. Richard Niem of L'Anse, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hlltunen and daughter of Bara ga, Mr. and Mrs. Waino Huotar and family and Mr. and Mrs George Lehto and family. given in marriage by her uncle Reino Franti. For her wedding, Miss Franti chose a modified sheath gown of silk organza over taffeta. The gown featured a fitted bodice with bateau neckline and short bell-shaped sleeves. Embrdidered lace was at the front of the midriff. The full, bell overskirt and chapel length panel train had lace ap- plique detail. A crown of pearl Mr., Mrs. Esko Ollikka Note Their Fiftieth Anniversary a purse of money. A tiered cak« decorated In yellow roSes -and topped with a gold''»50 rt motif, and bells centered the table. Mrs Ollikka wore a corsage of yellow roses on her street length dress and Mr. Ollikka had a white carnation boutonniere The former Susanna Haukkala was married to Esko Ollikka July n, 1915 in Wakefield, and ...... they have made their home here has a small, square-cut Jacket since that tlmCi T^ COU ple has and patent hip-belted skirt with two Daughters, Mrs. Raym o n d WAKEFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Esko Olllkka^ 1306 Pierce St., commemorated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a family get-together at their home on Sunday afternoon A social time was held and the family enjoyed reminiscing and visiting The honored couple was presented with many lovely gifts, congratulatory cards and a white silk sweater blouse collared in a soft, high stovepipe. secured a two bridal Illusion. tiered veil of She carried a Personal Items Mrs. Arthur Fredrickson, Derail, a former Ironwood res- dent, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Fiina Brannas, East Pine Street, and other relatives and 'riends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold R u n d - quist and daughter, Sharon, Detroit, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rundquist, Florence Street, and his brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. James Rundquist, and family, Francis Street. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Steinforth, Seattle, Wash., arrived in Hurley Monday night to visit for two weeks with Mrs. Steln- forth's sister, Mrs. Mabel Baron, and with friends. Brotherhood to Have Meeting a* Cottage The Brotherhood of the Bethany Covenant Church will meet at the Grenda cottage, Pine Lake, Thursday night. The members are to meet at the church at 7 arid go to the cottage in e group. Carl Anderson white Bible to which was attached her bouquet of stephanotis and ivy surrounding a white orchid. . Her attendants, Mrs. John E. Strauss, maid of honor, and Mrs. Norman Weitkum, bridesmaid, were identically attired in street length dresses of pale yellow taffeta. Scooped necklines, short sleeves and a floating, chiffon back panel accented with a bow detailed the dresses. Matching pearl trimmed headpieces secured their pouf \eils. The bridegroom was attended by John E. Strauss, as best man, and Clifford Weitkum, as groomsman. Roger Hoffs t r o m and Robert Franti were ushers. Calvin Kangas served as acolyte. A reception, immediately after the wedding, took place in the church parlors, where the couple greeted approximately 300 relatives and friends. After a two week wedding trip touring Canada and the Upper Peninsula, Mr. and the new Mrs. Weitkum will reside at 1138 Center St., Racine, W i s MEMBERS OF BISHOP'S COMPANY — Pictured are members of the Bishop's Company which will present Henrik Isben's "An Enemy of the People," Sunday night at 8 at Wesley Methodist Church. Joette Waters, left, motion picture actress, who made her national theater debut on tour with The Bishop's Company; Bruce MacQueen, center, graduate of the University of Washington, who toured in Okinawa and appeared in the Theatre Lobby productions in Washington, D.C., and William Cobb, New Jersy College, who joined the In- ternationally known company from the Hollywood area where he had been taking advanced study at the Ben Bard Playhouse. Miss Waters, a product of the American National Theatre Academy, plays a variety of roles in the ever expanding repertory of this nationally known touring company. Cobb brings his "offstage" vitality as a person, into his "on-stage" portrayals of characters in The Bishop's Company. The performance is being sponsored by interested citizens of the community. The public is invited. Fall Hemlines Really Going Up By EDDY GILMORE LONDON (AP) — Skirts are going up—really going up. Even a royal dressmaker is hiking the hems. In his showing today for autumn and winter, Hardy Amies lifted hems a full inch above the kneecap. In recent years, Amies has designed some of Queen Elizabeth's most elegant and Oscar Anderson hosts. are the Sheer Magic Creates your Coiffure ... AND EXPERIENCE Our four expert stylists know the value of an artistic haircut. Deft scissors can shape contour, layer and feather every tress to hold the set longer . . . Important too are such things as a new hair tint to make your hair glow with a youthful radiance. And while you wait why not let our expert manicurists reshape and beautify your nails ... All this and much more' too! Make an appointment with Beauty today . . . Four expert beauticians on hand to serve your beauty needs. DIAL-932-0221 CHARM BEAUTY SALON Above the Metropolitan Ins. Co. Offices on Suffolk Si. Open House Tonight At LaJce Bible Camp Senior Week open house will be held at the Lake Superior Bible Camp tonight at 7:30. The message will be given by the Rev. Joseph Tallyn of Rockford, 111., and testimonies will be given by the Rev. and Mrs. Marlln Olsen, missionaries to South Africa. . Refreshments will be furnished by the Men's Brotherhood. The public is invited. clothes. But another of the queen's Jean Zimmerman, Patrick Morgan Wed In a nuptial service at St. James Catholic Church, Kenosha, Wis., Saturday, June 19, Miss Jean Ann Zimmerma'n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert P. Zimmerman, 6424 ilth Ave., Kenosha, was united in marriage to Patrick Dennis Morgan, 6540 5th Ave., Kenosha, son of Mrs. F. Michael Morgan, Lit- Hats Run Away With the Clothes By LOUISE HICKMAN AP Fashion Writer ROME (AP) — The hats ran away with the clothes in the Lancetti collection Tuesday night. Huge domed berets and felts with floppy brims flapped back] Church Events Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held Tursday night at 7 and the service meeting will be held .at 8. Salvation Army. The Lad i e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. St. Paul Lutheran. Mary Circle will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors. A program will be given and lunch will be served. Watersmeet — Baptist. M i d- week prayer service will be held Thursday night at 7. Mackey and Mrs. Jacob Syrel- ni; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. In attendance at the party were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holm, Ironwood; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Savola and Pat, Crystal, and Susan, Clifford, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Latvamaki, HighbrHge, Wis.; Mrs. Ben Mackey, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mackey, Susan and Sandy, Lake Worth, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pohjala, Tammy and Michael, Bessemer; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lampi, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Syreini, Jean and Douglas, Wakefield. Births Bertagnoli. Mr. and Mrs John P. Bertagnoli, 306 9th Ave Hurley, a daughter today • at Grand View Hospital. Joint Meeting of Congregations Set MASS — A joint meeting of the congregations of St. Paul's Lutheran Parish will be held Monday night, July 26, at 7:30. The meeting will be conducted by Dr. Theodore E. Mat son, Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin president of the Wisconsin-Upper dressmakers, Norman Hartnell, held the hem at the knee for daytime clothes. Commenting on the skirt's ascension, Jean Rook, fashion edi- tie Girl's Point, and the late i in front over a conical crown smith, Wakefield, a daughter, Michigan Synod of the Lutheran like somebody had' today at Divine Infant Hospital, Church in America and the item too much yeast in the Wakefield. I of business will be in regard to They were as big as 'the calling of a pastor. Coffee As early as 400 B.C., women and refreshments will be served Mr. Morgan The Rev. Leonard; looked Scharmach officiated at t h e j slipped noon ceremony. ' mixture. They were as The bride wore a silk organ-1 busby s and twice as wide. za bell-skirted gown with a i Beneath them Lancetti j dyed their hair, beaded lace bodice and front \ showed a trim, square-shoul-1 i after the meeting. panel. Her detachable chap e 1 j dered silhouette with very close length train had a band of lace i armholes and narrow sleeves, tor of the Sun said: I predict! from the walst to tne floor and'seam details suggested a high the shortest skirts women have a petal caplet neld ner bou ffant waist. worn since Eve. The hemline vell she carr i e d a crescent of Jackets covered the hip bone will be one, two, three, four wn it e roses g^^ camelia foliage.! or were longer. Long, open-col- Geraldine Uttei's Engagement Is Told ONTONAGON — Mr. and Mrs. Matt Utter have announced the engagement of their daugh t e r, Edna, to Jack Yaklyvich, son ol Tony Yaklyvich of Flint and the late Mrs. Yaklyvich. No definite date has been set for the wedding. BIG SAVINGS DURING FREEQSTROM'S Semi-Annual Summer Shoe inches above the knee." London, Rome and Florence are having their big shows this week. Antonelli has shown hems about an inch above the knee. Galitzine and Forquet in Rome skimmed the knee. In Florence, Pucci and Fabianl exposed the knee. Next week the couturiers of Paris unveil. Will Paris join the great uplift of 1965? I say they (Paris couturiers) will give us the biggest leg show outside the Folies Bergere," said Miss Rook, who is often ahead of the pack and correct with her predictions. The jet age's flight of skirts started with Andre Courreges in France last year. Some London dollies already are wearing dresses three and four inches above their knees. Bridal attendants were Miss Nancy Turner, maid of honor, and Mrs. James Zimmerman, bridesmaid. They wore floor length gowns of Nile green peau and matching leaf plateaus held cheir chin veils. Clarence White Jr. served as best man, with James Zimmerman as groomsman and Michael and Bernard Morgan as ushers. A 1:30 buffet luncheon was served at the Elks Club, Kenosha. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan are at home at 6540 5th Ave., Kenosha, after a wedding trip to Michigan. Mrs. F. Michael Morgan, Mr. lared jackets over matching high-cut gabardine dresses were especially effective. Coats had back panel detail. For evening he interpreted the rising line with crisscross halter bodices and with strapless tops that rose in an arc toward the collarbone, then dipped in back. There were lots of fluttery feathers. The bride wore an oversize Daniel Boqne cap in white ostrich with a yards-long feather tail floating out over her stiff brocade train. Tiziani, the Italian designer from Texas, showed camel SYMPATHY IN TIME OF LOSS . . BEST EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS Dial 932-0470 or 932-0522 Flower Shop and Greenhouses Visit COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER at the GREENHOUSE Flowers by Wire F.T.D.A. Ironwood Friendly Flower Shop is Hurley and Mrs. Michael Morgan and'fleece coats and suits which opened to a diagrammed riot of color. For each section of their double-face construction he used a differing reverse color — violet, turquoise, cherry and lime. Tiziani's black suit this season daughter, Mary Louise, attended the wedding. School and You Your Friendly Family Drug Store ... IRONWOOD PHARMACY S. Suffolk St. WOMEN'S SHOES DRESS & STACK HEELS formerly to 14.99 REMAINING STOCK Goodrich & Nite Air CASUALS 329 WOMEN'S SPORT SHOES and WEDGIES formerly to 10.95 WOMEN'S SHOES Good Selection of Tweedies & Vitality 9.68 & 10.58 Formerly 14.99 to 17.99 MANY STYLES IN TWEEDIES, VITALITY, VINER, KICKERINO AND HUSHPUPPIES ON RACKS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. 10% DISCOUNT ON SHOES NOT ON RACKS • Daniel Green Comfy's not included -ALL SALES 7 FINAL- FREEDSTROM'S <m ** • Band-Aid Economy Pack for finer shoe>, It's Freedstrom's 129 E. Aurora Ironwood , of course Phone 932-1902 260 PUFFS SPECIAL OFFER THURS, FRI & SATURDAY (July 22, 23, 24) •FREE* Quartet.Chocolate Milk WITH THE PURCHASE OF EVERY GALLON MILK — glass bottle or carton — Glass bottle 2 half gals 70e - 2 half gal. etns. 79e LEN'S DAIRY STORE Ph. 932-9823 W. Aurora St. Ironwood J20 value FIRST AID CREAM 59c-98c-1.49 By SUSAN LIGHT DEAR MRS. LIGHT: My children have been attending a new school since January, and their spelling homework is bugging us. If they miss a spelling word on the Friday test, t he y have to write it out 50 times. An additional 50 is added each week thereafter for each word missed, regardless of how many. This — on top of all their other assigned homework. You might think they wouldn't forget the words after writ! n g them that many times, but they get tired of writing and only do it to get it over with. The spelling tests are given back Monday, and all the work has to be done Monday night. This week ; my third grader had to write two words 200 times each, plus umpteen math problems. My boy in fifth grade had three words to write out, 300 times each. Other mothers speak of this, but I don't believe they've complained. I'm wondering if I should go to the teachers myself, or do you think I should wait until we've been here awhile longer? I s h a 11 be watching for your answer. — MOTHER DURING VACATION ANSWER: Your letter reminds me of the little boy who was kept after school to correct a grammatical error. The teacher was out of the room when he finished, and he left this note for her: Dear Teacher, I have written "I have gone" 500 times, and I have went home. Johnny A certain amount of repetition is good, but when a child stops thinking about what he is writing, further practice is useless. Some educators feel there is little carried over from spelling lists to applied spelling. It would be interesting to know whether your school is actually turning out good spellers. To me, making a child write three words 300 times each is not only senseless, but sadistic. In the fall you will no longer be a newcomer. Talk with your children's teachers if the spelling routine starts again. If this does no good, try to round up other parents who have the same trouble and present your case to the principal. Believe me, you have a legitimate complaint. SHOP PAUL'S SEMI-ANNUAL ORE STARTS TOMORROW, THURSDAY AT 9:00 A.M. CONTINUING THRU SATURDAY ONLY! FOR THE PRICE OF | PLUS Simply select one of the lovely dresses on sale, pay $1.00 more than its price . . . and then select another dress of the same price or'less for which you pay nothing extra. Bring a friend along if you first choice! like to take a second dress, but come early for IRONWOOD PHARMACY S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Phone 932-1610 "Sweet butter" is not the same as "sweet cream butter;" sweet butter has no salt added, sweet cream butter does. If a recipe calls for sweet butter, the unsalted variety should be used. NO LAYAWAYS— NO REFUNDS— NO EXCHANGES ALL SALES FINAL— ALL SALES CASH! JULY CLEARANCE PRICES on Other SPRING & SUMMER MERCHANDISE Ph. 932-3320

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