Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 3, 1965 · Page 7
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\A/nrlrJ vvunu THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965. \A/r>mon Miss Joan B<xJouski Becomes women Bride of Michae , j -DeStasio SEVEN In a nuptial service at Trinty Lutheran Church! Bergland, Saturday, May 29, at 4 p.m, Miss Marian Louise Nordine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nordine, Bergland, was given n marriage by her father to fell Kalamber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kalember, also of (Modern Portrait Photo I MRS. NEIL KALEMBER Club Activities Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., will meet promptly at 7:30 tonight at the home of Mrs. Wllda Rowe, Vaughn Street. The Ladies o"f Kaleva will Sold a bake and fancy work sale Friday, June 4, from 9 a.m. !o 1 p.m. at the Kaleva Hall. Coffee and served. lunch will also be Children's Day Camp Scheduled Two Days Children's Day Camp will be held next week for two days, Tuesday and Wednesday, by the St. Paul Lutheran Church School staff, Pastor Oliver A Hallberg announced today. It is requested that all registrations be ir. by this coming Sunday All grades will go in one bus Tuesday and Wednesday, J u ne i and 9, leaving the church at ) a.m. for the Extension Camp at Little Girl's Point. The grades included are from Kindergarten through eighth. The students are to bring their own noon lunch; a snack wil be provided at the camp. The encampment is open t o ill friends of St. Paul Church ind St. John's Church, in the parish area. Late registrants are asked to tall the parsonage. GIFTS CHADS MICHAELS* LINENS-GIFTS-JEWELRY 114 S. Suffolk—Phone 932-1112 Your S A H Green Stamp Redemption Center ^lordine-Kalember Nuptials Held at Bergland Saturday Church Events St. Paul Lutheran. The Luther ..eague is planning an outing 'or Sunday at noon. Miss Kahy Talo is to be called for reservations. Trinity Lutheran. The Junior Catechism Class will meet Saturday at 9 a.m. Immanuel Lutheran, Little Girl's Point. The Junior Cathe- chism Class will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday hurch. at Trinity Lutheran Salvation Army. A rum mag e sale will be held Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. in the former Silver Cup building, Lowell and Aurora Streets. Salem Lutheran. The Rev. Melvin Lofgren, missionary to Africa, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Salem Lutheran Church Women tonight at 7:30. Other numbers on the program will be piano solos by Mary Ann Ginolfl and Scott Raymond. Lunch will be served by a committee. The public is invited Iron Belt — Our S a v i o r 's Lutheran. Daily Vacation Bible School will be held Monday, Juno 7, through Friday, June 11, with sessions from 0 a.m. to 12 noon. Bergland. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows after the Rev. David Musall. of- ficiant at the ceremony. For her wedding, Miss Nordine chose a beige knit suit with beige accessories Her corsage of aqua rosebuds matched her aqua open pillbox hat with veil. Miss Marilyn Nordine M a r- quette, her sister's maid of honor and only attendant, wore a blue knit suit with white a c - cessories. Attending Mr. Kalember as best man was Russell Bailey. A reception, at which the bride and bridegroom were greeted by 30 relatives, was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a short wedding trip to Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Kalember will reside at Bergland The bride was graduated from Bergland High School with the class of 1964 and attended Northern Michigan University. Marquette. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same high school, is employed by White Pine Copper Co. at White Pine. Miss Joan M. Bodouski, 523 W. Paterson, Flint, and Michael J. Mr. and Mrs. Er- Births Kariainen. nest Karaiainen, Trout Creek, a son, June 2 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Penegor. Mr. and Mrs. William Penegor, daughter, June Memorial Hospital. Ontonagon, a 1 at Ontonagon Initiation Is Held By Job's Daughters Bethel 19 of the International Order of Job's Daughters had initiation of new members at its meeting Tuesday night. Honored Queen Karen N e 1- son, who presided, introduced Mrs. William G. Cloon Sr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lorenson, past guardians of Bethel 19, and Mrs. George Olson, worthy matron of Aurora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Miss-Lynn Lorenson received her majority degree at the meeeting. An announcement was made that installation of new officers will be held Saturday, June 5, at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple. Members of Eastern Star, Masonic Lodge, DeMolay and parents and friends of Job's Daughters are invited to attend the ceremony. Practice for installation will be held Friday afternoon at 1. Obesity is more common among U.S. women than men. Memorial Service At Lodge Meeting A memorial service was held during the business meeting of Lily of the Valley Rebekah Lodge Tuesday night. Mrs. Leslie Rowe read a Scripture passage and also read an article "Facing iife's Broken Dreams." Mrs. William Trudgeon sang "The King-of Love My Shepherd Is." accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Chappell arid Mrs. Ernest Jac obson closed the service with prayer. There was an open Bible on the altar and a bouquet of tulips and lilacs was placed in front of the altar. A party will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. June 5 at the Odd Fellows Hall at Ishpeming honoring Mrs. Gertrudes Nicholls and Frank Grenfell for their work in Odd Fellowship. Members ot the local lodge are invited. A proclamation was read from Assembly President Mrs. Adelia Rowe stressing an appropriate memorial service. She also urged support of the home at Jackson; their memorial service will be held June 27. The home pilgrimage will be held in August. All lodges are asked to send someone to the camp at Big Star Lake. The Rebekah Assembly will be held at Grand Rapids Oct. 18-19. Mrs. Trudgeon was elected as a two year delegate and Mrs. Jacabson was elected as the two year alternate. Mrs. Trudgeon was recommended for lodge deputy. All past noble grands voted on the assembly officers. The association meeting will be held Sept. 11 at Newberry. Plans are being made to charter a bus. The degree will be conferred by a degree staff from a Canadian lodge. All lodges are asked to try to have candidates. The lodge vacation will begin after the first meeting in July and meetings will be resumed Sept. 7. Mrs. Sam Graham, Sun City, Ariz., former resident of Ironwood and still a member of the Lily of the Valley lodge, spoke briefly. During the social hour lunch was served by Miss Lulu Garrett, Mrs. Arthur Guest and Mrs. Harold Lund. Faith Mattson, F. Minier Wed Miss Faith Mattson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mattson, and Francis Minier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Minier, all of Wakefield, repeated their nuptial vows Wednesday, June 2, at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Wakefield, in the presence of relatives and friends. The Rev. Wallace Leno officiated at the ceremony. The bride's attendant was her cousin, Joyce Mattson, and the bridegroom's best man was his brother, Michael Minier. Mr. and Mrs. Minier will make their home in Wakefield. DeStasio, 676 Van Buren, Mt. Morris, were united in marriage Saturday, May 19, at 12 noon at St. Luke's Catholic Church, Flint. The Rev. Edward G. Donahue officiated at the rites for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bodouski, 600 Kennedy St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. DeStasio, 702 Sellar St., Bessemer. The bride's Empire gown was fashioned with embroidery of pearls on the lace bodice and sleeves and a peau de soie full length sheath skirt. A crown of pearls held her shoulder length veil of silk illusion. White carnations surrounded by ivy. formed the bride's bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Thiede, brother in law and sister of the bride, attended the couple. For her role of matron of honor Mrs. Thiede wore an aqua sheath dress. Patrick Arsenault and Peter Fusi, a former Bessemer resident, performed the ushers' duties. A small patio reception was held at t h e Peter Fusi residence. After a wedding trip to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. DeStasio will be at home at 676 Van Buren, Mt. Morris. Mr. DeStasio was graduated from Moorhead State College, Moorhead, Minn., and is teaching and coaching at Mr Morris High School. He also is head basketball coach and assistant football coach. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Hurley Eagles Unit Officers Installed Mrs. Charles Laurila was installed as president of the Hurley Eagles Auxiliary at the meeting Tuesday night. Mrs. Medo Forte, past president, was installing officer. Others installed were Mrs. Steve Kopacz, vice president; Mrs. Mary Lu Busch, chaplain; Mrs. Agnes Baron, conductress; Mrs. Mary Casanova, secretary; Mrs. J. B. Shifra, treasurer; Mrs. Anselm Hendrickson, outside guard; Mrs. Arthur Conhartoski, inside guardian; Mrs. Katherine Prospero, one year trustee; Mrs. Steve Baima, two year trustee; Mrs. Edward Bell, three year trustee. Mrs. Ann Pretti was named Mother of the Year by the new president. Mrs. John Sekelsky was installing conductress. Mrs. Edward Bell gave the fresh flower corsages which were presented to the new o f - ficers by Mrs. Sekelsky. Each newly installed officer also received a gift. A buffet lunch was served by Mrs. Adam Traczyk, chairman; Mrs. Hendrickson and Mrs. Frank Drazkowski. The table was centered with a beautiful arrangement of purple lilacs on a white linen tablecloth. Hostesses for the next social meeting June 22 are Mrs. Pretti, chairman; Mrs. Fred Broome and Mrs. Sekelsky. Friday Fare By CECILY BROWNSTONE Water chestnuts are the surprise ingredient in this fish stuffing. Stuffed fish Frances, potatoes, asparagus salad, frosted layer cake, beverage. STUFFED FISH FRANCES 2 whole fish (each about 2Va pounds) boned for stuffing V 2 cup butter 1V4 cups finely chopped onion 2 cups finely cut celery crescents 1 cup packaged herb-seasoned bread stuffing V* teaspoon each salt, pepper, thyme and rosemary seasoning Va cup (about 6) thinly sliced water chestnuts Have head and tall left on fish, if you like, but eyes removed. Wipe fish with a damp cloth. In a 10-inch skillet over low heat melt the butter; add onion and cook Until golden; add celery and cook about 5 minutes. Stir in bread stuffing, breaking up anyjarge pieces, the seasonings and water chestnuts. (Makes about 23/4 cups.) Stuff each fish With half the dressing; skewer or sew up. Place.in a shallow buttered pan; rub top of fish with soft butter. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven for 30 to 40 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork. Makes 6 servings. GIRL'S STATE — Kathleen Worachek, above, has been chosen by the Ewen American Legion Auxiliary to attend Wolverine Girl's State on the campus of the University of Michigan June 15-22. During that time the girls will play the role of junior politicians and build a unit of government, electing representatives, city and county officials for a model state. Under the sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary the girls will be assigned to cities; will petition for offices; form party platforms and caucus their way into a whirlwind week and a half of self-government. At the close of the session two girls will be selected to represent Michigan at Girl's Nation at Washington, D.C. Kathy, daughter of Alden Worachek and the late Mrs. Worachek, is a junior at Ewen High School and has been active in the following: Chorus, band, treasurer of National Honor Society, Math Club, Big Ed Club, Latin Club, cheerleader, Try-Hi- Y. 4-H, prom committee, class play, National Honor Society and junior class plays. Dear Ann Landers: A woman who works in our office talks of nothing but Eric Eric Eric. Eric is her husband She never says "We are going on a vacation " It's a 1 ways, "Eric is taking me on a vacation." I have yet to hear her say, "I bought a new dress " It's always, "Eric bought me a new dress." She has never had an idea all by herself. It's "Eric and I think," - or — "Eric and I have decided. During the election we thought we'd go crazy. It was "Eric says . . .Eric predicts . .according to Eric. .last night when Eric and I were talking. j i This woman married late i n life and you'd think nobody else in the world has a husband but her. We are all so sick of hearing about Eric that we need Personal Items Sigfred Hoist, Erwin Township, has returned from Los Angeles, where he visited a month with relatives and friends. some outside help in coping with the problem. Any s u g gestions? —EARACHE FROM ERIC Dear Earache: It should be obvious to you that this path etic woman Is so dependent on Eric that she can't have thought without him. The mere mention of his name is an emo tional prop. Of course it's a big fat bore to listen to Eric this and Eric that day in and day out. but i is her way of fighting lonelines and insecurity. "ft ^ it Dear Ann Landers: I j u s read the letter from the mo ther who cried on your shoulde because her daughter and son in-law never visit her. T h letter sounded suspiciously lik something MY mother c o u 1 have put together. Since I ma be the "thoughtless,selfish, i n considerate" daughter she d es cribed I'd like equal time t present my side. Why don't Carol and Stev visit you, Mother? B e c a u s people go where they feel we come and comfortable. Do you nag them and whin because they are ungratef u 1 nd unappreciative —"after all ou have done for them?" Do ou REALLY accept your son- n-law even though he is not of our faith? Or do you subtly ompare him with your other on-in-law who IS of your faith? Do you make your daughter eel quilty because she doesn't ell you everything and answer he .intimate questions which are none of your business? Think about these things for while, Mother, and perhaps you will figure out why you are alone so much.—CAROL Dear Carol: Here's your letter—and an unusually sharp one it is. Sharper than a serpent's tooth. A a a Dear Artn Landers: Our landsome 22-year-old son has lad several crushes. The girl he is going with now is short and dumpy. She has a homely, expressionless face. Her taste in clothes is atrocious. A s o i 1 ed brassiere strap Is always hanging out. The girl is so ignorant I don't know how she got out of high school. The note she wrote thanking me for her birthday cake had 11 mistakes. Our son has brought her home for dinner five times. I wonder if we are being too hospitable. I don't want our son to Interpret our kindness to this girl as approval. On the other hand I'm afraid to be unfriendly because hh might end up marrying her. please advise. —THINKING AHEAD Dear Thinking: I applaud you for being hospitable although it's obvious you dislike the girl intensely. In my view you have chosen the wise approach. * * « Ann Landers will be glad tc help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright 1965. Field Enttrprliti. IM. Carrara and Parian are the most famous varieties of marble. Hiawatha Squares To Meet Saturday The Hiawatha Squares will have a dance Saturday night at 8 at the Sleight School. Maurice Bennett will be the caller. 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Fourth year — Karen L i n - tonen, Joy Hautanen, D a r e 11 Stella and Cheryl Stella Fifth year — Linda Thompson, Gerald Hanson and Louise Liimakka. Sixth year — Joanne S a a r i, David Manki, Jean Oja and Daniel Fredrickson. Seventh year — Barbara Toivonen, William Thompson, Julie Morello and Paulette Thompson. Eighth year — David Laspa and Mary Jean Fredrickson. Ninth year — Jonn Frederickson. Tenth year — Sandra Makela and Brian Ahnger PORCH BOX VEGETABLE GARDEN .. Plants • SEEDS Highest Quality .. . Reasonably Priced • FERTILIZERS • GARDEN SUPPLIES LUTEY'S GREENHOUSES IRONWOOD Ease the breakfast rush. Set the table and plan the meal the night before. Nau! D/ /iea/n Proud swans among the squat ugly ducklings of ordinary rings! They're the brand new Dream Diamonds by Artdrved — the ever-so- slender sculptures that raise their diamond high, high to utmost glory. See the collection — compare! Each style from $150. 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