Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 23
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The World of Women THURSDAY, JULY 22,1965. SEVEN TO WED—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roell, Channing, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gail, to Robert C. Knaack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knaack, Marenisco. Miss Roell, a 1965 graduate of Northern Michigan University, Marquette, is affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Her fiance, a 1964 graduate of the same university, was affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Both will be teaching at Manitowoc, Wis. An Aug. planned. 21 wedding is Post-Nuptial Party For Mrs. Hollings MASS — A post-nuptial reception for Mrs. Ke n n e t h Hollings, the former Karen Buzziconi, was held recently at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Tige Uotila. Hostesses were her aunts, Mrs. Uotila, Mrs. Brynolf Anttila, Mrs. W i 1 liam Savela and Mrs. Egedio Vezzetti. A beautiful wedding cake, a bowl of peonies and candles Personal Items Dale Brunner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brunner, Racin e, Wis., arrived Tuesday night to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wick, 515 E. Birch St., for three weeks. En route here he experienced a big thrill when he shook hands on the train with former President Dwight E. Einsehower, who is vacationing in the Minoc qua area. Mr. and Mrs. George Sievila, North Lawrence Street, arrived Wednsday afternoon by plane from an extended business and pleasure trip to Europe. They visited in Helsinki and other parts of Finland, with relatives, and in Germany and France. They left Paris Tuesday afternoon traveling by plane. Out of town guests at the Clotti-Galioto wedding includ e d Mr. and Mrs. James Nusbardt, Mrs. Robert MalinsW, Mrs. Joan Sikorski, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kustron, Mrs. Stella H o 1 w ay, Mrs. Marie Ku s t r o n, Mrs. Angelina Galioto, Mr. and Mrs. William Galioto and fa m i 1 y, Mr. and Mrs. S. Pizzolotto, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Browne and Janet, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Griffis and Becky T i m- mons, Houston, Tex.; Mrs. Fran- and Mrs. Joseph Calvi, M r. and Mrs. Glen Knutson, W i s- consin Rapids, Grace Eddy, Joyce Fisher, Janice Raf f i n i, William Lundgren and R o s e- ann Beres, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Urll, Rac i n e, Mr. and Mrs. John Raffinl, Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith, Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. James Heinski and son, Shawano, Wis. Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—Try cuticle remover for getting rid of ink stains (including- ballpoint ink) from HALF SIZE CHARMER — If you love to sew frocks easily and quickly, you'll appreciate the little time this slim sheath, in half sizes, takes! Bridge Tourney Is a Success The Range Duplicate Brid g e Club of Ironwood held its first sectional tournament last weekend at the Big Powder horn Mountain Chalet and it was acknowledged to be a success by all who attended. Trophies were presented by Mrs. John Wernham, president of the club, to the following winners of the three events played: Mixed pairs, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raboin, Superior, Wis., first; Rose Erspamer and Howard Willson of the local club, second. Open pairs, Hugh MacL can, Minneapolis, and Ron Anderson, Waterloo, Iowa, first; Ron De Harpporte and Russ Weikle, Minneapolis, second. Team-of-four, Anderson, De Harpporte, Weikle and MacLean, first; R. P. Courtis and George Watkinson, Fort William, Ontario, Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. Raboin, second. The tournament began Friday night, when 18 tables were in play in the mixed pair event. On Saturday there- were 26 tables playing in the open pair event. Sunday afternoon 12 tables were in play in the team-of-f our event. A smorgasbord was enjoyed by all players between the two playing sessions on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Fourness, Appleton, Wis., were directors of all events. Players came from Chicago; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Waterloo, Iowa; Minneapolis; Appleton, Madison, Minocqua, Park Falls, Rhinelander, Hurley, Menomome and Superior, Wis.; Ann Arbor, Sault Ste. Marie, Marquette, Ishpeming, Escanaba, Ontonagon and Ironwood, Mich., and Ann Landers . .Answers Your Problems. decorated the table from which lunch was served. Games were played and prizes were awarded the winners. The honored guest received many lovely gifts. She was married Dec. 11 to 1st Lt. Kenneth Hollings o f Orange City, Iowa. He is at present at a remote base in Korea. Mrs Hollings resides at Klamath Falls, Ore. She visited here for several weeks and will return to Klamath Falls, where she is a teacher of mentally retarded children from the ages of 7 to 14. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank Ruzzi- conl, formerly of GreenLa n d, now of Orofino, Idaho. Summer Clearance ALL SUMMER HATS SPECIALLY PRICED FOR QUICK CLEAN-UP Three Groups at $2-$3-$5 Alio Whimiey Vsil« $1 HAT MART 227 W. Aurora, Irwd Ann Paull, Prop. fingers.—SHIRLEY Dear Polly—With warm weather here, the youngsters will be wanting to help water the lawn and shrubbery. I use the wickets to our croquet set to route the hose around the house and prevent damage to my flowers. To prevent wrinkles in my bedspread I fold it by starting at the top and folding in half to the foot and then fold from each side to the center to make a triangle. Fold this point over -the footboard or if there is nonerover the back of a chair. This will keep the spread from dragging on the floor and also prevent more wrinkles. This may be only a drop in the bucket, but a • faucet that drips one drop per second means a loss of seven hundred gallons of water a year, so repair that leak — MRS. G. W. D. Dear Polly—I have a sightless friend who has discovered some ways" to help her find things she wants She ties knots along the length of stockings that she uses for pull strings on lights. She puts tapes cut in different designs on the tops of cans so as to distinguish one from the other. On salt shakers she puts rubber bands so as to keep from getting them mixed up with pep- er shakers. Perhaps some of these would be helpful for other, blind people or those who do not see well.—JANE Dear Polly—Since the strawberry season is right at hand in many areas, I would like to say that I think the pointed end of a vegetable peeler makes a better No. 8391 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12V 2 , 14V4, 16%, 18%, 20Vfe, 22Vfe, 24%, 26%. Bust 33 to 47. Size 14V6, 35 bust, 2% yards of 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. Don't miss the fall & winter '65 issue of B'asic Fashion, our complete pattern magazine. 50c. (Modern Portrait Phbtoi MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. TONKIN •ft ft ft •" Mr., Mrs. William H. Tonkin Observe Fiftieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ton-1 attendants at the wedding 5 0 kin, 717 Sutherland St., w e r e years ago, had a yellow rose honored at an open house held corsage and a yellow rose in the parlors of Wesley Methodist Church Sunday afternoon, July 11, where they received 175 guests. For the occasion Mrs. Tonkin wore a navy blue sheer boutonniere, respectively. The serving table, covered with a white lace cloth, was centered with a beautiful a r - rangement of yellow gladioli and yellow and bronze mums, Fort Williams, Ontario, Canada. Local committee chair men for the tournament were the following: Mrs. Wernham, general chairman; Mrs. B. D. Kennedy and Willson, publicity; Ray Quady, trophies; Mrs. Joseph Bartaera and Mrs. Joe Rice, partnership arrangements; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shawbitz, Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Misses Mary Hambley and Pearl Abraham, hospitality. The local club is making plans to have this tournament as an annual event. dress and a corsage of yellow W ith go id tapers in crystal can- roses. Mr. Tonkin had a yellow delabra on either side. Indivi- rose boutonniere. The corsage, dual tables had bud vases o f boutonniere and guest book daisies for centerpieces. The were gifts of their grandchildren, three-tiered anniversary cake berry huller than a beer can opener as suggested by Mrs. E. K. MRS. W. H. M. Girls—It would b a dull world if we all liked best the same things and the same ways. One of us might have one thing on hand to use while another person would have something, else. —So each has her own good idea.—POLLY Dear Polly—The daily cho r e of straightening the house can be made easier by borrowing Sis' doll buggy to haul the things that are being returned to their proper places. As you push the buggy from room to room, it makes it possible to straighten and put things in order in just one trip.—BLANCHE Girls—Let Sis push the buggy and she will be kept busy and feeFshe is helping, too.—POLLY Mrs. Herbert Kemp, sister of Mrs. Tonkin, and Clarence Tonkin, brother of Mr. Tonkin, the INVITATION v The Children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prosek cordially invite relatives and friends . to an open house honoring their parents ' . on their 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY at KIMBALL COMMUNITY CENTER on SATURDAY, JULY 24,6:30 pm to 10:00 pm No other invitations will be sent Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . . send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly's uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. 4-H Club to Have An Overnight Trip The Hiawatha 4-H Club will have an overnight camping trip at the Lake Superior Extensi o n Camp, Little Girl's Point, Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Plans for the trip were made at the club meeting Mon day night at the home of Cheryl and Friday Fare Steamed salmon, new potatoes, buffet carrots and green beans, fresh cherry pie, beverage. BUFFET CARROTS AND GREEN BEANS 6 carrots, scraped 1 pound snap beans, tipped and washed 2 cups boiling water 2Vi to 2y 2 teaspoons salt 1 small onion, cut in paper-thin strips Vi cup olive oil 2 tablespoons strong wine vinegar Vs teaspoon white pepper Halve carrots; cut in half crosswise; cut each half into 6 long strips. Cut each bean in half lengthwise. In separate saucepans, using 1 cup boiling water and 1 teaspoon salt for each, boil carrots (about 8 to 10 minutes) and beans (10 to 15 jninutes) until tender; drain. In a shallow container toss together the carrots, beans, remaining V\ to Vz teaspoon salt, onion, oil, vinegar and pepper. Cover tightly and refrigerate until flavors blend—several hours or overnight, turning mixture once or twice. Before serving, if oil has congealed allow to stand at room temperature long enough to have it return to its liquid state. Makes 8 servings. Sharon Ann Ciotti, S. J. Galioto Wed Miss Sharon Ann Ciotti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ciotti, 227 Gary Road, Hurley, and Samuel James Galioto, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Galioto, Montreal, were united in m a r- riage Saturday, July 10, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary Cat h o 1 i c Church, Hurley. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows after the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Prock, who officiated at the double ring service. The bride's ring belonged to was decorated with white roses and gold leaves and topped with a gold "50." Miss Betty Tonkin and Mrs. James DeSautelle poured and Mrs. William Inch and Mrs. Douglas Stenstrom served the anniversary cake. All four are nieces of the couple. Beth Tonkin, granddaughter, served the punch, and Marilyn Stenstrom, grandniece, had charge of the guest book. All wore corsages of yellow mums. Mr. Tonkin and the for mer Lillian Nelson were m a r r i ed here July 10, 1915 by the Rev. K. A. Johnson of Bethany Covenant Church. They have two children, Mrs.. Walter E. Olson, Ironwood, and William J. Ton- Dear Ann Landers: Wouldn't it be great if we could get teen-agers dancing like we used to, back in the 40's? Oh, what they're missing! I'm an antique like you, Ann, crowding 50. Remember Wayne King. Woody Herman, Benny Goodman, Glen Miller, Harry James and Guy Lombardo? What a shame that brand of music doesn't exist any more. When our two teen-agers turn on the hi-fi and dance my wife and I can't belive it. The fellows just stand there—feet nailed to the floor. The girli jump around as if someone set fire to their sox. Periodically they both go into convulsions Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could dump every rock and roi: record in the Atlantic Ocean and return,to the beautiful days o: "Star Dust?" How about it Ann. Are you with me? —OLD CREAKY BONES Dear Bones: Don't knock The Rock. Like it or hate it, rock and roll has remained red hot- ten years after everyone said "It'll be dead tomorrow." For every person who loathes rock and roll you'll find two who adore it. For every psychiatrist who says it is sick sex turned into a spectator sport, there's another psychiatrist who calls it a healthy outlet for repressed desires. As for me, I think rock and roll is fresh, lively and fun. Moreover, it gets people off their backsides and moving — and that's good for the circulation. it •& it Dear Ann Landers: I was 18 when my daughter Gloria was born. Everyone says I l,o o k more like 25 than 35. My husband and I were divorced three years ago. Ever since that time Gloria seems to think I'm after her boy friends. Last night, Teddy, a ' handsome man of 19, came to take Gloria to a dance at the lodge. When he arrived, Gloria was not ^eady so I asked him to sit down. Suddenly he said, "Why don't her grandmother, .who celebrat- i kin, Sterling, 111. There are five ed her 50th wedding anniversary recently. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of silk crepe with bateau neckline, three-quarter length sleeves with lace appliques on the cuffs, semi- sheath skirt with Alencon lace appliques on the midriff andj sterling,"*'ill.';"'Mr. and Mrs! detachable chapel train. Her j g. Barrett and Luther. Trud- grandchildren. Mr. Tonkin was employed by the Oliver Iron Mining Company until his retirement in 1956. Friends and,. relatives attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. William J. Tonkin, William,. .Robert^ and Bet h, imported silk illusion bouffant veil was held by an Alen con lace crown embroidered with seed pearls. White glamel i a s with touches of pink formed the bridal bouquet. Joanne Ciotti was her sister's maid of honor; Diane Galioto, sister of the bridegroom, and Janet Wahlberg, Wakefield, were bridesmaids, and Joanne Galioto, sister of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. The three aides wore light pink gowns of silk crepe with bateau necklines, Empire waists and Darrel Stella. The members will plan and geon, Detroit; .Mr. and Mrs. Brice Corder, Riverside, N. J.; Mrs. Laura. Lehto and. Miss Miriam Inch, Hancock; Mrs. Albert Anderson, Miss Audrey Anderson and Miss Anne Eplett, Wyandotte and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marklund, Fenton. Many guests from range communities also attended. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. William J. Tonkin and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Tonkin were also honored at a family din- at the Designers Divided On Waistline Issue ROME (AP)—In Italy's fall and winter fashion collections, the waistline .debate has the Italian couture divided Into two camps—high and low. Ognibene-Zendman offered a compromise Wednesday, not just one focal point, but two. They showed high waistlines counterbalanced by low seams or pocket detail between,, thigh and knee , Their slender.silhouette, skimming the knee, was softened by kimono sleeves cut in one with the high bodice. Bianco, a new house in Rome, had a strapless culotte dress in Bengal tiger' with deep sable cuffs on the pants legs. Sarli put ruffled mink jabot collars on many of his stark suits. His silhouette was a molded one with low godet flare or pleats. Titti Brugnoli's basic shape flared slightly from a closest point high in the ribc'age. you come along?" I didn't have anything to do so I said, "O.K." When Teddy told Gloria he had asked me her face fell. I had a wonderful time at the dance, but Gloria spent most ol the time in the ladies room. This morning she told me the next time I accept a "polite but insincere" invitation from one of her boy friends that she is staying home. Is it my fault if I'm more like a girl friend than a mother? How should I deal with • this jealous girl?— YOUNG AT HEART Dear Young: Your daughter doesn't need a 35-year-old girl friend. She needs a mother. Stick to your own age group and say no to all such invitations in the future. Dear Ann Landers: The letter from the bride-to-be whose moth- •er didn't want her pregnant cousin to be a bridesmaid <was absurd. Why didn't you blister that young woman for allowing herself to get big as a blimp? I gained nine pounds when I was pregnant with my last child. The time before I gained 11 pounds. No one even knew I was expecting when I was pregnant with my first baby. I have never had to buy a maternity dress. Some women think that just because they are pregnant they can eat like stable hands and get away with it. Small wonder they get enormous, the way they pack in the food. 1 wish you'd chew out these foolish women, Ann. When I say anything they just get mad.— NO NONSENSE NELL ; Dear Nell: I'm not going to tell women how much weight to gain during pregnancy, dearie. This is up to their physici a n. Most obstetricians want their patients to gain between 15 and 18 pounds, depending on their starting weight and general condition. Not many gals can avoid maternity clothes; You are an exception. And incidentally your build has a lot to do with It. 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 envelop. eeves jubovethe elbow' J« PgJ *g« J^g dress Saturday night. July 10. JACK'S FOOD SHOPS Inc. Wedding and Anniversary Cakes Our Specialty Every SATURDAY AT NOON! Ready-to-Eat Stuffed ROAST CHICKEN Hot', Ready-to-Serve HAM LOAVES CORNISH PASTIES Our Specialty Every THURSDAY Fresh Ho-Made ______ POTATO SALAD See 20th Century Food Market * Ad for Other SPECIALS Chocolate Filled CUPCAKES 67c Doz. Raspberry Filled BISMARKS 59c Doz. Italian BREAD loa. 19C JACK'S FQPD SHCJPS Inc. ; ; ;, ; Fprmijjrlyithe Food Shoptjnc. ^ -v- ' •'"••••• "•„-'."• of |ronwood .':•-••' .'.;". ,28 McLeod Ave. ... ' • Dial 932-3400 prepare thetr own meals. Each food'group will have charge of one meal with the assistance ot the junior leader, Marlys Walkonen. Gail Erickson, junior photography leader, has made arrangements to have Mills Beach come to the camp Saturday to assist the photography members. At a recent meeting he was present to help members with their projects. Together with .their leaders and parents, the members have planned a weekend of outd o o r recreation and preparing of meals together. Births Thiede. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thiede, 244 E. Tamarack St.; a son, today at Grand View Hospital. Wuorinen. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wuorinen, Wakefield, a son, July 21 at Divine Infant. Hospital, Wakefield. Gehrke. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Gehrke, Manitou Springs, Colo., a son, Donald Allen, July 3. Mr. Gehrke is formerly of Hurley and Mrs. Gehrke is the former Patricia Oldenb u r g , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oldenburg, Woodruff. and: the USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Club Activities The Saddle-Lites Saddle Club will have a practice at the Go- gcbic County Fairgrounds Saturday, July 24, at 9 a.m. All members are asked to attend with or without their horses. The junior aide wore a dress, identically styled, but in a darker shade of pink. The four attendants had matching pink headpieces and shoes. Attending Mr Galioto as best man was Michael Grasso, 1 Kenosha, Wis., and groomsmen were David Seis, Merrill, Wis., Robert Krais, Phillips, Wis., Joseph Galioto, brother of bridegroom. Donald Anders o n and Victor Galore seated the guests. Dinner lor 60 guests was served at the Montreal Lodge and the wedding reception, at which the couple greeted 300 guests, was held at the Kimball Community Center from 7 p.m. to 12. midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Galioto are at home at 64 Michigan Ave., Montreal. The bride, a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, will be a junior at Wisconsin State University, Superior, in September; The bridegroom, a graduate of Merrill High School, attended City College at Long Beach, Calif., and is employed by Panama Pipeline, Inc. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors-,, and relatives for their .kindness and sympathy in bur bereavement, the •death^fef our beloved husband arid father, Verner A. Kuula.•'• We are grateful '.to Reverend Hallberg, the..;pallbearers, the soloist arid pianist,:those who sent cards arid flowers, those • who donated food, those who offered the use ;of their cars and all who helped in any other way. Mr*. Verner A. Kuula - , » 1 • -. ' and Family CO-OP Everyone Is Welcome to at Wakefield Co-op Country Fresh Top Quality "A" To spike that pitcher of punch made with citrus fruit, add a little sherry. 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