Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 4, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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The World of Women FRIDAY, JUNE 4,1965. FIVE. 8135 1-5 yri. JUST FOR TOUNG GIRLS — An adorable little summer cool er for young girls that uses colorful binding for the dress trimming and shoulder ties. And so little fabric! No. 8135 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years. Size 2, 1 yard of 35 or 45-inch. 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. Births . .Traczyk. Mr. and Mrs. Don »ld Traczyk, Kenosha, Wis., a daughter, Donna Lynn, June 1. Mrs. Traczyk is the former LaVerne Hakala, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hakala, Hurley, and Mr. Traczyk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Traczyk, also of Hurley. Ceccon. Mr. and Mrs. William Ceccon, ill Park St., a daughter June 3 at Grand View Hospital. Geroux. Mr. and Mrs. John Geroux, Wakefield, a daughter June 3 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. David Stephens, White Pine,'a daught er, Celeste Clara May 31 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital Couple Wed at St. Michael's Miss Theresa Marie Wierzbicki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wierzbicki, 317 W. Ayer St., and Kurt Sendek, son of Karl Sendek, 1015 E. Locust, Milwaukee, repeated their nuptial vows Saturday, May 29, at 5 p.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church. The Rev. Francis X. Ronkowski was the officiant. The bride was presented in marriage by her father. The bride's white, floor length semi-full satin gown was trimmed with beaded embroidery on the front of the fitted bodice which featured a scooped neckline and three quarter length sleeves. A long detachable train converted into a bustle. Her elbow length veil of illusion was held by a small crown decorated with pearls. Yellow roses and whit? daisies formed the bridal bouquet. Miss Sandra Coleman was maid of honor and Miss Kathy Wierzbicki and Miss Patricia Lieske, Milwaukee, were bridesmaids. The three aides wore yellow chiffon dresses with three colored floor length tr a i n s. White elbow 1 e n gth gloves and short flower v e ils completed their ensembles. Emil Sendek, Detroit, was best man and Carl Staehle, Chicago, served as groomsman. Th o - mas Mieloszyk performed the duties of usher. A wedding dinner and reception, at which the bride and bridegroom greeted 150 guests, were held at the Iron County Memorial Building. Mr. and Mrs. Sendek are residing at 3924 A, West Lisbon, Milwaukee. The bride, a graduate of St. Ambrose High School, is e m - ployed at J. C. Penney Catalog Division, Milwaukee, and the bridegroom, a graduate of Roseville High School, Detroit, is employed with W H.. Bradley, Milwaukee. The General Federation of Women's Clubs will hold Its 74th annual meeting in New Orleans, La., from June 7 to June 11. Mrs. Joseph Kangery will be the Ironwood Woman's Club delegate to this International convention of the largest women's organization of the world. Festival to Sponsor Coffee Social Sunday A coffee social for the benefit of the National Finnish American Festival will be held Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. and running until 6. According to Mrs Werner Niemi, co-chairman of the event, the serving will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cerl Hendrickson, Saxon Everyone is welcome to attend, said Mrs. Niemi, and all proceeds will be donated to the festival building fund. (Ronnie'* Camera Shop Hhotoi MRS. KURT SENDEK Club Activities Aurora Chapter, Order o f Eastern Star, will meet Tuesday night at 7:45 at the Masonic Temple. The Mature Parent St. Paul Schedule Changes on Sunday A small change will be made in the Sunday morning schedule for the summer months at St. Paul Lutheran Church, P a stor Oliver A. Hallberg announced today. The Finnish service will be at 8:30 a.m. and the English worship will be an hour earlier at 9:45 a.m. with the Chancel Choir leading the service. Mrs. T. R. Wirtanen is director o f the Chancel Choir. The summer schedule will continue until the second Sunday in September. STIFFEL Unqualified artistry, sets and meets impeccable standards in lamp making. Enduring, endearing family treasure* that put a splendor in living. See them now! GERTZ FURNITURE 212 E. Aurora St. Dial 932-1310 Pacic 343 Has Drive For Cub Articles Cub Scout Pack 343 is conducting a drive for Cub Scout uniforms and other articles. Those who have Cub Scout items they do not need any longer, are asked to leave them at Bud and Jack's" Service Station. Merriweather Personals Mr. and Mrs. George Ellsworth, Bergland, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth visited Mrs. Rose Ellsworth at the Maresh Rest Home in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Korpl, Montreal, visited at the John Tii- kanen home. The Korpis and Tiikanens attended the graduation of their nephew, Martin Keronen, at Trout Creek Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Tii- kanen and family, Burlington, Wis., are spending a week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Tiikanen. Mrs. S. A. Western, Mrs. Clara Abrams and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended the Birthday Club meeting last week in Topaz, in honor of Mrs Creed Norman. Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and daughter, were Ironwood shoppers last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaCour- siere, Detroit, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain. Mr. and Mrs! Earl Maki, Iron River, were recent callers at the Ernest Abrams and Al Savola homes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and family spent the weekend at Pomeroy Lake. Mrs. William Smith, Bergland, visited last week with Mrs. Clara Abrams. Mrs. Marvin Sain was a recent Wakefield shopper. ONLY 1 CALORIE PER 6 OZ. SERVINft Buy A 6-Paek Today AT YOUR FAVORITi STORI Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Ironwoed A Ashland 74th Annual Meet of CFWC To Be Held at New Orleans Church Events Zion Lutheran. The summer schedule starts Sunday with services at 9. Attendance awards will be given the Sunday School children at this service. A Finnish service will be held at 11. Salem Lutheran. The Chapel Choir will have a picnic Saturday beginning at 12 noon. Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal. St. Mary Guild will meet Monday June 1, instead of June 14, as scheduled. A 1:15 luncheon will be served in the undercroft, preceding the meeting. Hostesses are Mrs, Linwood I. Noyes and Mrs. Robert Downs. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class is recessed until September. Mass—St. Paul's Lutheran. The Junior Confirmation Class will meet Saturday at 10 a.m. Polly's Pointers By MURIEL LAWRENCE Sometime ago a Negro mother brought one of her children to see me while I was housecleaning—a shy, endearing little boy with very dark skin. He was sitting on the s o g a watching me shampoo a r u g when he suddenly jumped up and ran into the kitchen. Return ing with' another sponge, he squatted down beside me saying "If we scrub together, we'll gel it clean faster." So we did When we'd finished, I kissec birr, and told his mother. "You certainly have a genteleman fo a son." "Oh, he's the black one," the mother said. "Next time I'll bring the baby. Her skin is nearly as white as yours." I could feel the shrinking of •her child's shoulder under my arm... "Don't bother bringing the baby," I said. "It's Jeff skin I like. I don't think it can be improved on." I have waited to recount this experience lest I offend Neg r o parents by appearing to intrude my white woman's concern with their problem of color prejudice which I have not shared with them. I trust I will not now off e-n-d them by expressing my hope that very few among them make whiteness of skin the measure of their children's bea u t y and of their pride in them. It is an irrational measurement—as irrational as though we women were to make our appearance to men the measurement of our attractiveness. It would be a very depressing one inasmuch as we can no more change our sex than we can change our skin color. I can understand how liv i n g among power-keeping w h ite- skinned people could sedu ce some, black-skinned people into disparagement of their different color. But I can't bear the thought that this irrational disparagement should be transferred to little Negro children as thoughtlessly as that Negro mother transferred it to her small son. The real work of emancipation must be the nourishment of Negro pride in their Negro-ness. In the end, the purpose of the fight now under way by American Negroes is to achieve the opportunity to rejoice in themselves. In the end it's the right to delight in ourselves that we all fight for. In the end what we all fight against, all of us, in the Disparager: the Insister on our inferiority; what St. John called the "old dragon—that Accuser of our brethren which deceiveth the whole world." By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — .Those brown paper bags used to carry groceries home from the market are good for so many things I always tie one over the lighting fixture when I am starting to paint a room. Slip the dust mop in a paper bag before putting it away to prevent the mop from staining the walls or gathering lint. When reheating day-old rolls and bread, slip them into a paper bag and twist the end shut. Dip the bag in and out o; water. Place in hot oven. By the time the bag is dry, roll! will be hot. Place French fried potatoes and salt in a paper bag to sal and drain them. After our family has enjoyed the Pointers we put them in ou, family round-robin letters for others to read. — MARTHA GIRLS — I would find it hard to keep house without these nan dy grocery bags. The kitchen stays to much neater if one or two are kept open and ready to receive empty cans, papers food discards and so on as you go about preparations for a big meal or a party. Fasten the tops, pop into the proper con tainers and cleaning up's done —POLLY DEAR POLLY — A lady Whi sat opposite me at a largi luncheon in a restaurant s u g gested that I write in this Point er. After sitting down, I re moved a folded plastic bag from my purse, took off my mink stole, folded it, slipped it in the Apples and pears make a great combination for a winter deep-dish fruit pie. Serve with plain thick cream! NIA bag and set the bag on t h i floor between my feet. I tak along a slightly larger bag when wearing my mink coat to a plac that will not have a checkroom girl to give me a receipt o claim check. I also find it mos practical at the theater. — HARRIET. GIRLS — This is a goo idea even if you do not have a mink. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — If y o u hay a dark closet or even just ; dark shelf in a closet that ha no light in it, hang a mirror o. the back wall so it will reflec the light that comes in th door. The mirror need not be i perfect one, may be hung o: the wall or set on the floor o a shelf. You will be surprise at the difference it makes. — CAROL Share your favorite homemak ing ideas .send them t Polly in care of Ironwood Dail Globe. You'll receive a dollar i Polly uses your idea in Polly Pointers. Ever add 1 cup water and cup grapefruit juice to a sma package of orange gelatin des sert when you are making it up If you like, you can fold in som orange and grapefruit section after the gelatin has thickene slightly. SHORT 'N' SUMMERY Cute chicks will be wearing more and more styles like these ... shaped and styled with summer in mind ... at the Studio, home of youthful, feminine hair styles. STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor, Ironwood Dial 932-3302' Sylvia Ranto ilrs. Kangery, who served as resident of the Michigan Fed- ration in 1949-1951, will leave or New Orleans by plane tomorrow morning. Mrs. Kangery, n earlier General Federation lub work, became personally ac- uainted with the current GF- WC president, Mrs. William H. Hasebroock of Lincoln, Neb Speakers at the various con- ention activities Include J e n kin Lloyd Jones, editor publish- r of the Tulsa Tribune; Bob Considine, news commenta tor olumnist; Gerald de la Villes- >runne, counselor of embassy of 'ranee; Dr. Guy Newman, >resident, Howard Payne C o 1- ege; Margaret Culkin Banning, Duluth author lecturer; H. B. Montague, chief postal inspect- r, U. S. Post Office department; Dr. John Furbay, author ecturer; Ret. General Bruce C. larke; Dr. John A. Zapp Jr., medical research specialist, and Benson Ford, vice president of Ford Motor Corporation. GFWC convention headquarters will be at the Jung Hotel, "•re-convention functions this weekend include various tours of the New Orleans area. A Plantation Tea will be held at the home of Mrs. Victor Sch- ro, first lady of New Orleans, on Sunday afternoon. Also attending from the Upper Peninsula will be Mrs: S. J. Bessolo, Negaunee, who i s he immediate past president of the Michigan Federation. ENGAGEMENT TOLD—Mrs. Felix Drazba, Minneapolis, formerly of Bessemer, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Frances Ann, to Donald H. Pfau, son of Mrs. Anna Pfau, Freeport, Minn. An early fall wedding is planned. The bride-elect is a medical technician for a firm of specialists in Minneapolis and her fiance is the proprietor of a Telex Hearing Aid Center, Minneapolis. Ann Landers . . . .Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: Every now and then you print a letter proving that behind every successful man ij a plucky, game little woman. I'm a man who has succeeded in the asphalt jungle and you are right. My wife must be credited with a tremendous contribution to my success because she drove me out of the house with her nagging, criticizing, and complaining. The office was infinitely more quiet and peaceful — and I enjoyed my work, so I became a 15-hour-a-day man, six or seven days a week. When a man puts 'in that kind of time, over a period of years, he's GOT to amount to something. I hope you will print this letter so my wife can see it. I want her to get the credit she deserves. SHIRTS CUSTOM MADE Vames Omitted in Teacher Listing The names of Mrs. Elmer Hill, Mrs. Anna McClintock and Miss Edith Johnson of Bethany Covenant Church, who will be instructors in the combined Vacation Bible School, were inadvertently omitted in the listing of teachers in The Daily Globe Wednesday. These three will be teaching at the Wesley Methodist Church. Other names added to the list of teachers include Miss Peggy Gothblad, Wesley, who will be at First Presbyterian Church; Carol Elliott, Bessemer, W e s ley, will be at Wesley, and Mrs. Naomi Rogers, Wesley, will also be at Wesley. The Rev. Frank Leineke, Wesley, is in charge of finances and other arrangements for the school being conducted for two weeks, June 7-18. Rombach-Elliott Nuptials Held BESSEMER — The Plymouth Congregational Church, Dodgeville, Wis., was the scene Saturday, May 29, at 2:30 .p.m., of a nuptial service which united in marriage Goldsworthy Mae Martens Rombach, Chicago, a native of Bessemer, and Earl W. Elliott, Dodgeville. The Rev. Philip Yaeger officiated in the /service, in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride was attended by her daughter, Mrs Martin Rook, Chicago; and the Rev. Thomas Witzel, Spring Green, Wis., served his father in law as best man. A reception at the Thyms Supper Club honored the couple during the evening. They will make their home in Dodgeville. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott came here for their wedding trip. Dear Custom Made: It's generous of you to want to give your wife all the credit. But I think you deserve some credit, too—not only for your smashing success in business, but also for your miserable failure at home. trap. So what do you want from me. — a medal? , Dear Ann o Landers: Please tell me if you think our 12-y'ear- old boy is eating too much. Last night Louis had three helpings of chicken, three helpings of mashed potatoes, two pieces of apple pie and two glasses of milk. He would have taken a third glass of milk if I had said O.K. My husband does not eat nearly so much as this boy and neither does our 14-year-old son. Yesterday Louis came home from a scout hike and told me he ate three hamburgers and drank three bottles of pop. He boasted "Even the scout master didn't eat that much." Does this sound like a problem? — A MOTHER Dear Mother:: Yes. It sounds like a boy who can't get attention through acceptable channels. Some kids would eat a dishrag dipped in vinegar to capture an audience. When you make a point that Louis eats more than his father Some men who don't want to> and older brotner it suggests go home don't want to stay at! that he is overeating to show work either, so they go scouting ' off - His braggadocio about out- for trouble and they find it. j ! a1 i in . g . tne scoutmaster is ad- Presumably you avoided this """ Glen Foreman Will Be Sunday Speaker Glen Forsman, Christian worker for six years with the American Messianic Fellowship, Chicago, will be guest speaker Sunday morning at the First Baptist Church at 11 a.m., Pastor Frank Oslin announced today. Forsman, a former Ironwood resident, is the son of Mrs. Gust Forsman, 307 E. Pine St. Pastor Oslin will speak at the 7:30 service Sunday night. The public is invited. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sullivan left Thursday for Waukegan, 111., to attend the graduation of Barbara Ann Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sullivan. Graduation will be held June 8. Miss Ellen Sullivan will accompany them on their return home. J-o s e p h Ziller of N o r wa y, Mich., Thomas Simchak of Waukegan, 111., Robert and Miss Sharon Simchak of Wakefield were among the out of town persons who attended the funeral of Louis Pretti of Gile on Wednesday. Two Churches Start Summer Schedule The Hurley Presbyterian Church will assume its summer schedule this Sunday with services at 9 a.m. This schedule will continue for June, July and August. The Saxon Community Church services will be at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday for the summer. Summer Schedule at First Presbyterian The First Presbyter i a n Church will return to its summer schedule of Sunday morning worship services at 9:30 a.m. this Sunday, June 6, it was announced today by the Rev. Kenneth E. Moreland. At this Sunday, June 6, it was announced today by the Rev. Kenneth E. Moreland. At this Sunday's service the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. The Rev. M o r eland will give a meditation on the theme: "The Marks of the Spirit." Soloist will be Miss Ruth Healy. Miss Elizabeth Holemo is the organnst. Church School closed for the summer with a special p r o gram Wednesday night. Boys and girls are urged to attend the Daily Vacation Bible School planned by the First Presbyterian, Wesley Methodist and Bethany Covenant Churches. Children may register Monday morning, June 7, at 9 a.m. at the Methodist Church. Seaway Drive Finished MUSKEGON (AP)—The final section of Seaway drive in Muskegon will be opened and formally dedicated June 9. Delicious to serve with chicken curry: bananas skillet-heated in butter and sprinkled with flaked coconut. If you serve this combination, omit the coconut Saturday Supper You may not have tried this particular combination. Antipasto with special mushrooms, spaghetti with meat sauce, salad bowl, French bread, fruit compote, vanilla wafers. SPECIAL MUSHROOMS 1 can (6 ounces) whole mushrooms 1 can (4% ounces) liver spread 3 tablespoons dry sherry Using a small sharp knife or a demi-tasse spoon, remove the stems from the mushroom caps; chop stems fine and mix with liver spread and sherry. Using a pastry tube, fill the mushroom- cap cavities with the spread, mounding it as high as possible. The remaining liver spread may be served with crackers. ditional evidence. Take the boy to a physician and let him decide if Louis should be on a diet. And stop talking about how much he eats. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a 20- year-old girl who lives at home and attends junior college. Last week I was dialing a friend and got a wrong number. The party on the line was pleasant, cultured and interesting. This may sound crazy but I couldn't bring myself to hang off so we talked. He said he is 24, single and gainfully employed. We are of the same religious faith although I am a regular and he: is not. We have similar interests in art, books and records. He asked for my name and number so he could call me. I refused but agreed to call HIM again. We've had five conversations and I am so fascinated with his voice that I can't wait until we speak again. To be honest, Ann, I'm dying to meet the fellow. Yes or no? — ANNABELLA Dear Annabella: Since you are both of the same religious faith, an ideal place to meet is in church. If he declines the invitation disconnect him permanently. And congratulations for being smart enough NOT to give him your name and number. Ann 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. 1965, Field Enterprise*. Inc. Apostolic Church Picnic on Sunday The Sunday School picnic of the Apostolic Lutheran Church will be held Sunday at the Extension Camp at Little Girl's Point Sunday, June 6, starting at 10 a.m. together with church services. There will be no services at the church this Sunday. Everyone is welcome. Mary Ellen Baker To Wed T. Newton ONTONAGON — Mr. and Mrs. from the tray of other""condi- j ^ eslie c - Baker have announced ments that are usually served as a curry accompaniment. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Good Manners Make Friends Buying f oddish clothes wrecks a clothing budget. the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Thomas Newton, Butler, Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newton. The wedding is being planned for Saturday, June 12. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Wedding Reception Invitation Friends and Relatives are cordially invited to attend a Wedding Reception honoring Francis Minier and Faye Mattson SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 6 PM at Town Hall, Themaston, Mich. Refreshments and lunch will be served. Music lor dancing will follow. Reception Committee Save"" Cash* Carry Way! CLEARY'S WISCONSIN GRADE "A" MILK 2 6 J2? The Gallons g \J Len's Dairy Store W. Aurerm ft. Ph. ISMI23 FOUNTAIN SERVICE! WATCH for OPENING of CRYSTAL DAIRY BAR U.S. 2 KIMBALL • NOW AVAILABLE-FREE SPRING WATER JUST DRIVE OUT & HELP YOURSELF PRESCRIPTIONS WILL DETERIORATE WITH AGE Don't hang on to the remains of old prescip- tions . . . some drugs lose strength with age, some get stronger, become contaminated, undergo chemical changes, and often become ineffective or dangerous to use. HAMACHEK'S REXALL DRUG STORE Acroii the Street from the Lake Superior Diitrict Power Co., Ironwood . W WA'A' V WA'VWW/V V V V

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