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The World of Women SATURDAY, JUNE 5,1965. FIVE (Kenny's Studio Photo) MRS. ARVO J. SAARI SCHOLARSHIP— Diane 1 Pusa- kulich, daughter of Andrew Pu- saTculich, Ramsay, has been selected by the Honors and Scholarship Committee of Northern Michigan University, Marquette, as a recipient of a Board of Control Scholarship for the 1965-66 academic school year. She is a 1962 graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and a 1964 graduate of Gogebic Community College where she received an associate in arts de- groe. At NMU, Diane is majoring in psychology and minoring in mathematics and biology. She has been commended for her high scholastic achievement. Detroit Woman Dies DETROIT CAP) — Mrs. Char lotte McCollins, 39, of Detroit died Friday of injuries suffered Thursday when her car struck a tree in Detroit. WE RENT HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT! • Walkers • Oxygen Equipment • Wheel Chairs • Complete Bed Accessories • Crutches SKY VIEW NURSING HOME 309 Iron St. Hurley. Wis. Dial 561-5646 Olson and Saari Nuptials Held St. Mary Magdaline Catholic Church, Iron Belt, was the scene of a lovely wedding Saturday, May 29, at 11 a.m. when alien Marie Olson and Arvo '. Saari, both of Rockford, 111., e p c a t e d their nuptial vows fter the Rev. Thaddeus Au- ;ustyn. The bride, given in mar- iage by her brother, Laurence Olson, is the daughter of Mrs. atherine Olson, Iron Belt. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. nd Mrs. Arvo J. Saari Sr . , Hurley. Trie bride's white peau d e oie gown was fashioned with cooped neckline, elbow length leeves, full skirt and chapel rain Appliqued French lace h i g h 1 i ghted the waist and Moulders. Her fingertip veil of llusion was fastened to h er headpiece of petals and bows if the same material as her gown. The headpiece was pearl rimmed. Her bouquet consisted if one large white orchid surrounded by white flowers and streamers. Miss Gloria Seabury Menu- minee, was maid of honor for tfiss Olson; Myra Saari, the bridegroom's sister, and June S'u 11 i v an, the bride's cousin, were bridesmaids. They we re attired in embroidered orchid peau de sole dresses with scooped necklines, released dart pleats, contour waistline and s large bow in back. They wore small hats with a bow in font, of the same material as heir dresses. White gloves and 'ootwear completed their e n - sembles. Donald Hamburg served Mr. Saari as best man and Robert Eastman and Dennis Saari were groomsmen. The wedding dinner for 34 guests was held at Bella Bruno's, Iron Belt, and the reception, at which the bride and bridegroom received 200 guests, was held at Mayfair Hall, Iron Belt. After at Wisconsin Dells, Mr. and Mrs. Saari will be at home at a week's wedding trip 2745 Lapey ford, 111. St., Apt. 6, Rock- Trie bride, a graduate of Hurley high school, attended Hum bolt Institute and Rockford Business School and is employed as IBM keypunch operator at Sun- strand, Rockford. The bridegroom, a graduate of the sav.'.c nigh school, is employed a t Borg-Warner, Rockford. (Mortem Portrait Photo MRS. GERALD J. CALGARO Church Events Saxon—Lutheran. A spec i a 1 meeting will be held Tuesday night, June 8, at 7:30. Hurley—Presbyterian. Bertha Circle has postponed the picnic, which it had planned for June 23, until further notice. Grace Lutheran. The Sunday School picnic will be held Sunday at Black River Harbor. The children are to meet at the church at 10:30 and transportation will be provided. The children will be returned to their homes about 3:30. M. Mack Winner Of Golf Event Marian Mack was winner o the "poker hand" golf even played by 24 members of th Women's Golf League of th Gogebic Country Club Wednes day. Mrs. Mack is now a thre time winner this season i league competition. Doreen Aho nen posted low score for the da and she also had the best hand cap score. The first team matches, whic were to be played Wednesday were postponed to next Wed nccUay,- June 9. A "closest to th pin on 9" ao>i event will ta ilayed with the opening team natches. Luncheon Wednesday will be at 12 noon with a league business meeting at 12:30. Golfters are asked to be present at the 12:30 meeting. Mary Vittone, 5. Calgaro Wed Miss Mary J. Vittone, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. James Vitone, Route 1, Hurley, was es- orted down the white carpeted isle and given in marriage by ler father to Gerald J. Calgaro, on of Eugene Calgaro, Nylund R-ad, in a ceremony at St. Mary 'atholic Church, Hurley, Saturday, May 29, at 10 a.m. The bride and bridegroom repeated heir vows after Msgr. Michael ?rock, who performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Purest white silk organza veiltd over bridal taffeta embodied the design of the bride's loor length gown. The shallow, scooped neckline and bracelet ength sleeves were accentuated by 'the intricately, re-embroidered lace gracing the front slim bodice. The flat tapered front skirt was dramatized by a lace overlay framed In lace scallops. The chapel length train was attached at the back waistline and gathered fully to emphasize the silhouette. Re-embroidered lace flowerets ringed the coronet crown which held her bouffant pure silk veil and blusher. The bridal bouquet was fashioned of white roses and daisies. Mrs. Shirley Mofici, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Miss Bonnie Darin and Miss Lena Vittone, also a sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Patrick Vittone, brother of the bride, led the procession, carrying flowers. The aides wore turquoise blue dresses with scooped necklines and cummerbund and bow with overlay of lace. Thomas Calgaro, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and Larry Vittone, brother of the bride, and Terry Calgaro, brother of the bridegroom, were groomsmen. Serving as ushers were John Niksich and Robert Huo1;ari. Steve Wiscinski was ringbearer. • A wedding dinner, with place settings for 50, was held at Kimball Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Calgaro are making their home at Sturgis. • The bride, a graduate of J.E. Murphy High School, Hurley, was employed at the high school prior to her marriage. The bridegroom is" a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School. Club Activities Hurley American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, June 7, at 8 In the Legion headquarters of the Iron County Memorial Building. After the business session, cards will be played and.lunch will be served. A very large seedless orange will yield about one-half cup of membrane-free orange sections plus juice. Good Manners Make Friends NIA& Her home life will be easier if o young girl learns early what makes a house tick. This "Energy-Burner" Needs GOOD MILK Proteins, Minerals, and Vita- iD i n s in the world's best foodl "Quality Controlled from Dairy Farm to You" Brookvale's Grade "A" Milk AT YOUR DOOR- AT YOUR STORE Brookvale Dairy A Quality Line of Pasteurized Products t\i> I OOO 1 at AA Ullll 7-JA-IOUU Pleasing Our Customer's Taste for Good Milk for Ov.r 40 Year. Ann Landers Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: I married name. I don't think this would a divorced man two years ago be fair to me or to my husband, and we are getting along just Your advice is needed.—DON!T fine. Yesterday I heard that his ex- wife is pregnant* The man she was going with has left town and she doesn't know where he is. There is no chance that the WANT TO BE WITH HER. IDENTIFIED Dear Don't Want: If youi husband's name is John Doe.and his former wife has not remar- AT SENIOR BANQUET—Pictured above are the honor students of the St. Ambrose senior class of 1965 with Msgr. Joseph Dunleavy and Mrs. Elbin Strom, president of the St. Ambrose Guild, at the banquet given for the class by the St. Ambrose Guild at the Gogebic Country Club Monday night. At the left is Ann McGrath, salutatorian, and standing between Msgr. Dunleavy and Mrs. Strom is Margaret Obremski, valedictorian of the class. (Daily Globe Photo) We have been told that when name, however In any event, it sounds to me as if this woman this woman goes to the hospital j has enough trouble. Don't give she is going to use my husband's her more. Sf. Ambrose Class Honored at Banquet The 33 members of the St. Ambrose Senior class of 1965 were honored at a banquet at the Gogebic Country Club Monday night. The event was sponsored , by the St. Ambrose Guild. The class colors, gold and white, were used in the c o 1 o r scheme, along with the c lass flower, white and yellow roses, 'Pied Piper' to Be Presented By Theatre North June 12-13 The Theatre North organization has announced a bonus production for the current season The local theatre group will produce "Pied Piper" Saturday and Sunday evenings, June 12 and 13, at 8 p.m. at the new Wakefield Ski Lodge Theatre. The Ski Lodge Theatre was chosen for Covenant Schedule Changes on Sunday The summer schedule of ser- viC'es at Bethany Covenant Church will begin tomorrow with services at 9:30 a.m., the Rev. Ralph Dirksen, pastor, announced today. This schedule will continue until fall. Holy Communion will be celebrated at the service tomorrow. The Sunday School has been recessed fall. until U-M Names Corner For McDivitt, White ANN ARBOR (AP)—Two University of Michigan graduates who have gone farther than most alumni, were honored Friday. The street corner opposite the school's College of Engineering was renamed "The James McDivitt • ner.' Edward White Cor- Tech Sets Conference HOUGHTON (AP) — Twenty American and Canadian geology teachers will meet at Michigan Tech University June 15-30 lor the annual Lake Superior Geological Conference. •W* INSURE •We CLEAN • W* STORE Youi clothes BIO protected all lummer long and roiurntd in the Fill frtih and .eriip. Ask About Our BOX STORAGE PLAN Only 1.95 SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 E. McLeod Dial 832-4332 Fr*« Pickup and Delivery Bergland Personals Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ellefson have returned home from Divine Infant Hospital, Wake field, where they were patients. Mrs. Leonard Erickson was loslcss for the Birthday Club in honor of Mrs. Olaf Kallaak at the Kallaak home. Five hundred was played at three tables and prizes were won by Mrs. Claude Blonshine, Mrs. Carl Brismast- er, Mrs. Herman Hill and Mrs. Fritz Swen. The honored guest was presented with a gift of money. Lunch was served. Mrs. Stanley Ray, Mrs. Creed Norman, Mrs. Adele Applekamp and Mrs. Sherman Western were Duluth callers. William Toomey was a medical patient at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Mrs. Elmer Kauranen was a patient at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefeld. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Western and Mr. Tipler were Iron wood shoppers. Mrs. Stanley Ray, Mrs. Thomas Anderson and Mrs. Sherman Western were Bessemer callers. Jay Kosten, Bert Fleming, John Renvelt and Bug Verburg have returned to their home in Grand Rapids after spending a weekend fishing at Lake Gogebic. The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Sally Rosinski. Cards were played at three tables and prizes were won by Mrs. Rosinski, Mrs. Elsie Erickson, Mrs. Clara Abrams and Mrs. Eda Ellsworth. A dessert lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Anna Hubert has returned home after visiting several weeks with her son and daughter in law/ Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hubert, Kalamazoo. Mrs. Edward Ellefson was a medical patient at Divine-Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Mrs. Orville Lind and Mrs. George Kielcheski were Duluth shoppers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Latvala and children, Steve and Donna, and Mr. and Mrs. Van De Bruggen, Marengo, Wis., spent a weekend here with Mr. Latvala's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eino Latvala. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gorden, Caledonia, Minn., and Mrs. Eva Raumer, Duluth, were recent guests at the William Havela home. Mr. and Mrs. David Paro and Dear Ann Landers: You may print this letter because the woman involved does not read your column— or anything else. She is too busy sticking her nose in other people's business. The woman is my husband's sister. She never married and she never expected my husband to marry either. When he did she was very disappointed. Almost every week a package arrives. It is either a half dozen pairs of sox. a box of handker- and the class motto, "Dare to j chiefs, shirts, a couple of pack- Be Different." The centerpiece | ages of shoelaces or a belt. Usu- was a statue of the Blessed | ally there is a note enclosed Virgin Mary and child, sur- saying. "Conrad needs these.' this bonus production because of the large seating capacity (900), large stage to accomodate the large cast and comfortable seating. "Pied Piper" is an adaptation of the familiar classic known to everyone. The adaptation is the work of Betty Kending, Theatre North member; the musical director is Edwin Quistorff, vocal music teacher at Luther L. Wright High School; the dialogue director is Paul Kending, managing director of Theatre North, and choreographer for the production is Joseph Von Drake, former professional ballet dancer. The cast is made up of nearly 100 area people including, Theatre North members, students of the Von Drake School of Dance. Ironwood Barbershop Quartets, Sweet Adelines and many others. It is a combined production featuring drama. music, ballet and RECEIVES DEGREE— Mrs. Carol J. Rucinski, Marshfield, Wis. r received her bachelor of science degree in education, majoring in English and world history, from Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point, on May 30. She is the former Carol J. Midlikoski, daughter of Mrs. Rudolph Conrad, 616 Bedell Ave., Wakefield. She is an honor graduate of Wakefield High School with the class of 1960 and completed her first year of college at Northern Michigan University, Marquette. After her transfer to Wisconsin State University at Stevens Point she was employed in that city at Sentry Life Insurance while attending school until her marriage last October to J. J. Rucinski, who is an administrator in the Marshfield School System. Mrs. Rucinski, will teach English at the Auburndale (Wis.) High School during the 1965-66 school year and also will start work for her master of science degree in English this summer. (Charlesworth Studio Photo) Tne ambitious production will appeal to the entire family including the children. Theatre North patron ticket holders will again be admitted free and for this production, there is a new icket innovation—the fam i 1 y icket. The entire family will be admitted for one $2 ticket. Tickets may be purchased in advance from cast members or at Riggs Office Supply. SAFE, DEPENDABLE long distance and local patient transfer rates. service at reasonable daughter, Glenna, visited at Ashland with Mrs. Beatrice McDougal. Miss Betty Potvin, a student at St. Luke's School of Nursing, Marquette, spent a weekend at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne N i e m i and sons of Harrison spent several days here with Mrs. Niemi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ellefson. Mrs. Paul Lesinski left by plane for Cleveland where she was called because of the death of her brother in law. Robert Yeager, Grand Rapids visited at the' Stanley La c k i e home. The Birthday Club met May 17 at the home of Mrs. Leonard Erickson. Five hundred w a played and prizes were won by Mrs. Margaret DeVowe. Mrs Selina Kallaak and Mrs. L y 1 e Western. Mrs. Edith Potvin was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Latva were Ewen callers Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Douglas McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Rober Salisbury and Mrs. Anna Huber attended a special meeting a the Baptist Church, Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Garlow Mass, spent a weekend at the Ralph Fruik home. Sunday Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTON Roast veal, potatoes, green peas, bread tray, horseradish salad Frances, vanilla ice cream with lemon sherbet HORSERADISH SALAD FRANCES 1-package (3 ounces)) celery- lavored gelatin (for salads) 1 cup boiling water Vs cup beet juice (from a can of beets) 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1M> tablespoons red wine vinegar 3 tablespoons lightly drained prepared horseradish In a mixing bowl, stir in together the gelatin and boiling water until gelatin dissolves. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Turn into 4 to 6 individual molds (Vfe- or Vb-cup size) and chill until set. At serving time, turn out and garnish with salad greens. Makes 4 to 6 servings. (The horseradish will be visible in a layer at bottom of mold. AERO AMBULANCE SERVICE ^MODERN OXYGEN THERAPY &Lict)nud nil* or fomil* ours* oa oacb call DIAL 561-3131 NOW ... NEW N ORGE APPLIANCES are at GENISOT'S TV A APPLIANCES 102 E. Aurora Dial 932-0330 rounded by yellow and w h ite roses. Gold and white tapers, joined by gold and white ribbons, added to the decor. Place cards were miniature diplomas and graduate profiles with gold 1 braid decorated the nust b a s- kets. Dr. and Mrs. Florian Santini had charge of the table d e - coratJons and the punch table. David Duma, class president and master of ceremonies, introduced the following guests: The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph J. Dunleavy, the Rev. Robert Matchett and the Rev. August Franczek of St. Ambrose Parish; the Rev. Ambrose Matejik o f Holy Trinity, the Rev. T. A. Augustyn of St. Ann's, S a x on, Peter Schmidt, St. Ambrose coach, Mrs. Peter Schmidt and Mrs. Elbin Strom, guild president. The program after the banquet consisted of an opening speech by Duma; class history, Geraldine Harma; class poem, Judy Cisewski; class will, Diane Munari; class prophecy,. B a r- bara Phillips, Shirley Richards and Ann McGrath; group singing, "Moon River," class and guests led by John Stano; brief speech to class, Msgr. Dunleavy who also thanked the guild for sponsoring the banquet; c o m- ments by the other pastors, and the program closed with the entire group singing "Evening Hymn to Our Lady." * Survey Will Be Made Of 37 State Airports LANSING (AP) — The Aeronautics Commission will conduct a survey of airport use in 37 Michigan communities this summer. Data gathered will be used to update a 1962 survey that showed nearly 4 million aircraft operations in the state. Personal Items Mrs. James Hosking and daughter, Kristine, McLeod Avenue, left for Milwaukee this morning to visit Mrs. Hosking's children and their families. They will return in a week and will also visit relatives at Janesville, Beloit, Rockford and Oshkosh before returning. Out of town guests attending the Vittone-Calgaro wedding last Saturday included Miss Sus a n Lorenz and Mr. and Mrs. August Vittone, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vittone, Ft. Bragg, N.C.; Mrs. Nestor Ahonen, Rice Lake, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ahonen, St. Louis, Mo.; Miss Beverly Anderson, Miss Molly Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vittone, St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vittone, Kenosha, Wis. Oscar Jacobson and daughter, Mildred, 201 w. Francis S have returned 'from Marshall where they visited Mr. Jacobson's, son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Waif red Jacobson. They also visited in Detroit with relatives. These are not gifts, Ann. She charges the items to our account. I believe this is her way of letting me know I am not a good wife. What should be done? —ANNOYED. Dear Annoyed: Phone your husband's sister the next time a package arrives. Tell her you appreciate her thoughtfulness but let her know your husband does not need the articles. Ask her not to send any more merchandise to your home. If she continues, go to the stores and request that no one be permitted to charge to your account except you. Then tell your sister-in-law you have done it. A a 0 Dear Ann Landers: You seem to deal with everything and everybody Will you say something in your column about gum sneaks, mint sneaks, and cig- aret sneaks? I know a 'few people who are sleight-of-hand artists when it comes to getting a cigarette or a stick of gum or a piece of candy into their mouths without anyone seeing them reach into a pocket. You are talking to them one second and the next thing you know they are smoking or chewing or eating something. Isn't it rude not to offer the person you are with whatever it is you want to enjoy yourself? It so happens I don't smoke, but I still resent it when a smoker lights up a cigarette and doesn't give me the chance to say, "No thank you." I do enjoy gum arid a mint now and then and I'm a girl who was brought up to share such treats with others. Is there a subtle way to let people know how I feel about this?—ALSO HUMAN Dear Also: This is a problem?. Well, kiddo, why don't you just keep your purse stocked and forget' about man's inhumanity to man. * ft ft ; 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. 196S. Field Enterprises, toe. Dally Globe classifieds get results I'M NOT DEAF Under normal conditions I hear well enough. But sometimes my ultra- miniature DAHLBERO MIRACLE-EAR* is • blessing. I just put it in my ear and I hear. 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