Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 8, 1965 · Page 6
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The World of Women SIX TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1965. Spring Square Dance Festival To Be Held at Armory Sunday The Hiawatha Square Dance Club will be host to many square dancers from the surrounding area at the Ironwood National Guard Armory Sunday, June 13, from 2 to 5 p.m. for its annual Spring Square Dance j Festival. George Gargano Jr.,: Hoyt Lakes, Minn., will be the featured caller for the afternoon. The Hiawatha Square Dance Club, the former Ironwood PTA Square Dance Club, will be celebrating its 12th annual festival. The first one was held May 1, 1953. The club welcomes all spectators to attend this festive occasion and to enjoy the square dancers decked out in their best western and festival dress. The Hiawatha Squares will not hold their regularly sched- dance this Saturday. /"•«• i (Circle Proaram on Nigeria An interestine Droeram on Hfe in Nigeriaf SouthAfS was given at the meeting of the I _ . . Sarah Circle of the First Pres-!/eri Llleen byterian Church at the Holm- ! p berg cottage last Wednesday by n Mrs. F. Gerald Brown, daugh-j In a nuptial service at Zion ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lutheran Church May 1 at 4 Stone, Ironwood. Mrs. Brown P.m.. Miss Jeri Eileen Jerik, and her two children were vis-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale iting the Stones. The Browns j Jerik, 900 Celia St., was given live in Zaria, Northern Nigeria, i in marriage by her father, to where Brown is associated with ; Raymond A. Emmrick, son of the Institute of Administration' Mrs. Margaret Emmrick, Wau- for the United States govern- ikegan. The Rev. Thomas Schultz ment in that city. Mrs. Brown showed m a n y lovely slides of that country, gave an interesting talk on the habits and dress of the natives Jerik performed the ceremony. For her wedding Miss chose a gown of purest white chiffon over bridal taffeta. The bell-shaped skirt featured RECEIVES DEGREE — Mrs. Duane Lane, the former Sydney Saari, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Saari, Wakefield, received a bachelor of science degree and was one of the eight in a class of 101 to graduate "magna cum laude," at Northland College, Ashland, Sunday, May 30. The baccalaureate rites were held at 11 a.m. and the commencement at 5 p.m. Wisconsin Governor Warren P. Knowles and displayed many articles: chapel train and large bow made by the natives of Nigeria. ; the back waistline. The bodice The Browns live on the campus • of Chantilly lace, with modified of the university in Zaria, how-1 scoop neckline and short ever a university in that country | sleeves, was enhanced by pearl is likened to high schools in this > embroidery. Motifs of the lace. gave the commencement address arid was also honored at a j the reception held at 3 p.m. Mr. at and Mrs. Bruno Saari, Miss Sylvia Saari, Duane Lane and country. Education is not corn- embroidered with pearls, were pulsory, thus Nigeria is a very appliqued to the front panel of illiterate country. jthe skirt. Brown is at present in Ethio-I Her demi-hat of lace held her pia meeting with a committee of i blusher type veil of illusion, and the United Nations. He will also j the bridal bouquet was corn- visit in the United States before! posed of large white mums returning to Nigeria. edged in blue. . Mr. and Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Maid of honor was the bride's Brown and her children have left for their home in Waldport, sister, Miss Dolly Jerik, and Mrs. John Neuman was brides- Ore. Mr. Stone was an instruct-i maid. They wore light blue floor or at the Gogebic Community College this last school year. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in our bereavement, the death of our dear husband and father, Louis Pretti. We are grateful to Mgr. Prock and Rev. Bonneprise for their comforting v^ordt, to the pallbearers, to those who sent flowers and those who offered the use of their cars. Mrs. Louis Pretti and Sons length gowns. Anderson Hensley was Mr. Emmrick's best man and Robert Jerik was groomsman. Serving as ushers were Daniel Jerik and Donald Osterman. The wedding dinner and reception, attended by about 200 guests, were held at the Gary club house. Mr. and Mrs. Emmrick are residing at Waukegan, 111. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, was employer! by the Ironwood Board of Education as a clerk at Central School before her marriage. The bridegroom was graduated from Wauke g a n Township High School in i960 and is employed at Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, 111. daughter, Linda, attended the three events at the college. Zion Senior Aid to Meet on Thursday The Senior Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church will meet Thursday night at 7:30 in the church parlors. The program will be as follows: Reading, Mrs. Matt Maki; vocal solo, Miss Olga Kangas accompanied by Mrs. Reino Kangas, reading, Mrs. Anna Pirhonen. Lunch will be potluck. This will be the Ladies Aid last meeting until September. SchooJ and You By SUSAN LIGHT Dear Mrs. Light: Your an-' ; swer to "Interested Parents" in a recent column was par for the | course. The typical answer—the parents did wrong again. Think! over the following: < If parents say nothing, they are labeled "indifferent." If they call and report to the superintendent, they are labeled "interfering parents" who don't know the score. If they talk to the teacher, the child may as well expect to fail the course. If they write comments to the editor, it isn't printed unless signed. ; Your concern, as is everyone \ else's, was for the poor teacher i who would lose his job, not for, the pupils. The teachers are always right. The parents are always wrong. And the students, are being failed by the hundreds. I Only near genius can with-| stand this type of treatment in! our schools—ANOTHER INTER- \ ESTED PARENT ANSWER: There may be some truth in your charges. I am inclined to believe, however, i that, as Mark Twain said upon reading false reports of his death, "The reports . . . .are greatly exaggerated." i I Teachers aren't always right. \ and parents always wrong and. vice versa. Each case has to be; judged on its own merits. Un-i doubtedly, your personal expert- i ence with a particular teacher or i school has led you to feel as you; do. I can't go along with your sweeping generalities. '•'{ •;'? V"; Dear Mrs. Light: The teacher says my son is doing well and working up to his capacity. I would like to help him at home to bring up his "C" average, but she seems to think I should let well enough alone. He has no particular pi'oblems that anyone can put a finger on. He's in the fourth grade. 12 Open House to Fete Mr., Mrs. Belmas Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Belmas, 133 W. Tamarack St., will be i honored on their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 13, with open house at the Trinity ,utheran Church Parish Hall rom 2 to 7 p.m. The program or the occasion will be at 3 p.m. Lake Mead, the reservoir behind Boulder Dam, is about 115 miles long and 589 feet deep. Friends and Relatives are invited by the children of Mr. «S Mrs. John E. Gould to celebrate their 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, S. Curry St., on Sunday, June 13th, from 2 to 6 p.m. No Other Invitations Will Be Sent SALE! LOVELY eritage PATTERN 1847 ROGERS BROS. 8 SILVERPLATE 52 pc. service for 8 regular $89.95 NOW'49 95 Unbelievable but true! Lovely Heritage in America's Finest Silverplate to become your treasured family silver. Your complete service in one purchase for immediate use and enjoyment. After June 30,1965 Heritage reverts to regular price. THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY Make Your Graduation Gift Money Keep Giving Forever Select Your Sterling Silver Today RANGE JEWELERS One Flite Up Over Old Location SrERLNG by All Known Manufacturers WEARABLE PRINCESS Here's a special design for the shorter, fuller figure, cut on neat princess lines. The side buttoning is new, and sleeves are optional. No. 8149 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12«/ 2 , 14Va, 16'/ 2 , IS'/u 20 «/2, 22'/2, 24 V 2 . Bust 33 to 45 Size 14V 2 , 35 bust, sleeveless, 4% 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. Exciting. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Calligaro, Iron Belt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Annabelle, to William Herrala, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Herrala, L'Anse. (Charlesworth Studio Photo) JO Tabies of Cards In Play at Meeting Ten tables of cards were in play at tlie last meeting of the Range Duplicate Bridge Club and the winners were the following: Wayne Melchiori and Bill Kennedy, first; Lucille Strom and Carrie Kennedy, second; Dr. M. O. Sivula and Bill Abraham, Irene Newman and L e n o r a Erickson, Ontonagon, third and fourth, tie; Betty Wernham and Dorothy Goldman, fifth; Vivian Rice and Esther Amo, sixth. Also in the top 50 per cent Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Har- meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Legion Club rooms. when I married an attorney. He traveled for an oil company and asked me to quit my job so we could travel together. (I was a financial officer in a large firm.) I did — happily. After 14 years of marriage my husband died suddenly. I felt as if my world had fallen apart. The doctor suggested I go back to work. After six unsuccessful job interviews it became clear to me that nobody wanted to employ a 45-year-old woman. A kindly personnel director suggested that I give my age as 35. I hated to be deceitful but decided to take his advice. Within the week I was offered three positions and now have an extremely fine job. My boss calls me the answer to his prayers. He has given me two substantial salary increases. Why does industry refuse to hire competent, experienced people because they are over 40? If there is a sensible answei to this I would like to read il in your column. —HAD TO LIE TO WORK be tacked up in the fitting rooms of ready-to-wear shops where the problem exists Sometimes shame can work wonders. Dear Ann Landers: Why would a handsome, successful, respected man leave a beautiful brilliant, accomplished, generous, loving wife for a cheap loud, crude, ignorant, gold-dig- ding tramp? The couple has been married 10 years and they have no children. Everyone thought they were ideally suited and blissfully happy. Why? Why? Why? — NO COMPRE Dear No: Maybe he is going through the male menopause and is off his trolley. Or, perhaps, that cheap, loud, crude ignorant gold-digging tramp fills an emotional need in the man that his beautiful, brilliant, accomplished, generous, loving wife does not. Ann Landers help you with Send them to will be glad to your problems. her in care of would I. j i 0 pe. were Mr. and Schieber and Miry Sutter. The club will Inspiring, informative—the Spring & Slimmer '65 Do you think his grades may, issue of our pattern book Basic Improve later?—STYMIED j Fashion. Just 50c. ANSWER: Sometimes boys; — who have been only average stu-1 ... / . i dents take a spurt in high school, • vv OfTIGn S LUOCn especially in fields that particu-t larly interest them. Many par-| ents take a dim view of thei idea but there really isn't any-! thing wrong with being average.! After all, most students fall ini "the great middle class." i A variation of an old favorite. Tomato madrilene, crackers, new chef-type salad, fruit sherbet, cookies. NEW CHEF-TYPE SALAD 2 cups each iceberg lettuce and The Paula Lutheran C h u r ch Women of St. Paul Lutheran Church will have a meeting Wednesday night at 7:30. A Him, "Project Hope," about a hospital ship manned by United States doctors, will be shown. Election of officers will take place at the business meeting. Lunch will be served by the members of Priscilla Circle. Today's "A" students may getj romaine, packed down us to the moon in the next decade. But the "C" students will be running our homes, our businesses, and our communities. Isn't this, too, success? Personal Items Mrs Bert Reid, East Harding- Avenue, left Friday for a six ekf-' vacation. She will visit at Oshkosh, Wis.; at Minneapolis with a sister in law, Mrs. J. L. Reid, and in South Dakota with cousins Another cousin, Miss Katherine Serrell, Chicago, will meet her in South Dakota and will accompany her back to Ironwood for a month's vaca- ion at the home of Mrs. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jerik, Mrs. Jerry Jerik, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vandervere, Mr. and Mrs. John Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith and daughter; Mrs. Margaret Emmrick and Wendy Emmrick, Waukeg a n , and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hensley, Zion, 111., were out of ;own guests at the wedding of Miss Jeri Jerik and Raym o n d Emmrick. Mr and Mrs. Charles F o llo, Escanaba, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dixon, Suffolk Street. On Saturday the Folios and Dixons drove to Duluth and on Sunday they attended the graduation of Miss Barbara Dixon from the College of St. Scholastica. Miss Dixon, daughter of Mrs. Folio and granddaughter of the D i - xons, accompanied the group here. The Folios and Miss Dixon returned to Escanaba Monday. Chester Raymond, Box 177, Ironwood, is a surgical patient at University Hospital, Ann Arbor. Please send your school problems to Susan Light in care of this paper. While she cannot am swer each letter personally, letters of general interest will be answered in this column. SPECIAL WED. ONLY 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Turkey Dinner Complete with dressing, cranberry sauce, whipped potatoes, vegetable, roll, butter. Reg. 70c- £fl Special . JVC Watch for Weekly Special KRESGE'S Pre-Nuptial Shower Fetes Edna Kaars PAYNESVILLE — Miss Edna Kaars was honored with a surprise pre-nuptial shower Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pietila, Hostesses were Mrs. William Pietila and Mrs. Julius Pietila. Mcrriweother Personals Mrs. Sally Rosinski, To p a z, and daughter, Mrs. Rodney Ellsworth, were recent business callers 5n Ironwood Mr. and Mrs. William Freidll and daughter, Debbie, Milwaukee, spent the Memorial , Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ralston. Mrs Al Savola entertained a group of youngsters at her home May 29 in honor of her daughter, Shiela Kay, who celebrated her 5th birthday anni- versaiy. Games were played and prizes were awarded. Mrs. Savola was assisted in serving lunch by Miss Cindy Sybeldon. Airman James Mattern, stationed at the Duluth air force base, spent a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mattern, and his sister, Susan. Waiter Savinski, Marquette, spent Memorial Day weekend with his mother, Mrs. Madeline Haskins. .... Mr. and Airs. Richard Mikka- la arc! son, Mark, Wake field, visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soderstrom Mrs. Stanley Ray, Topaz visited last week at the Jack Ellsworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nurml, Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pikka, Thomaston, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Abrams and family, Mrs. Madeline Haskins and son, Walter Savinski, spent Memorial Day at Crystal Falls Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellsworth recently visited Mrs. Rose Ellsworth in Ontonagon. Mi cup thin celery crescents 6 parsley sprigs, minced 3 slices (6 by 4 by Vfc inch) Swiss cheese, cut in thin strips 1/2 cup thin strips cooked ham, (preferably Smithfield-type) 1 medium orange, cut In membrane-free sections 1 shallot or scallion, minced 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Olive oil, wine vinegar and seasoning salt Rub the salad bowl with a cut clove of garlic. Add all the ingredients and toss with the amount of oil, vinegar and salt desired, Makes 3 to 4 servings. Church Events . First Baptist Church. Midweek Bible study and prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 and the choir will re- hearsp at 8:30. .Salvation Army. The midweek meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Trinity Lutheran. The semiannual meeting of the congregation will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Action will be taken on the synod's new pension and welfare plan for pastors. Paula LCW Will Meet on Wednesday Dear Had To: So The Ann Landers column wi provide the forum if someone in industry will respond to this woman's letter. <r <r <r Dear Ann Landers: You often come to the front for waitresses, bus drivers, taxi drivers, firemen, policemen and office girls. Will you please print a few words to make life easier for those of us who sell ladies ready- to-wear? I've been in the business for 15 years. The women I serve are becoming increasingly lazy, inconsiderate and thoughtless. One of my customers refuses to believe that she now wears a size 16 dress. She thinks of her- this news paper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed enve- Copyright. 1965, Field Enterprises, Inc. Pasf Matrons Club Will Have Picnic The Past Matrons Club Aurora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will have a picnic at Club Activities The Women's Golf Legue of ;he Gogebic Country tilub will Rin team matches Wednesday and a "closest to the pin on 9" ?olf event will also be played. Luncheon will be served at 12 noon and a business meeting will be held at 12:30. Golfers are asked to be present at the meet- Ing. Roderick Hedlund Chapter, Order of DeMoly, will have a special, brief meeting Wed n e s day night at 7 at the Masonic Temple to make plans for a picnic. self as a size 12, which she was five years ago. Only after she has ripped and stretched several garments will she try a size 16. I have seen customers step out of chiffon and silk gowns and leave them on the floor They put their heels through hems, break zippers, smear lipstick and eye makeup on delicate fabrics, then ask innocently, "Did I do that?" I Please publish my letter with 0 '*: your comments. — DISGUSTED WITH LADIES the A. W. Holmberg cottage, Echo Lake, Mercer, Monday, June 14, at 5:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. A. W. Holmberg, Mrs. Russell Larson, Mrs. Rud o Iph Lorenson and Mrs. R a 1 ph Mickelson. Reservations or can- celations are to be made by Friday, June 11. Births Dear Disgusted: Females who are inconsiderate and sloppy are not ladies. I suggest this column Good Manners Make Friends Gilbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Gilbertson. Marenisco, a •son, June 6 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Salonen. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Salonen, Berglancl, a daughter, j June 7 at Divine Infant Hospital,' Wakefield. Kruger. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Krug'er, Bessemer, a son, June Bethany Covenant. Midweek Bible study will be held Wednesday r.ight at 7:30. Seventh-day Adventist. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. .First Church of Christ, Scientist. A testimonial meeting will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. The reading room will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. .Church of the Nazarene. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 Wednesday night. Assembly of God. P r a y er service will be held at 7:30 Wed nesciaj night. Trout Creek — Assembly ot God. Prayer meeting and Bible stydy will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Ontonagon — Assembly o f God. Bible study and prayer service will be held at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. . Ontonagon — Baptist. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 7 at Divine Wakefield. Infant Hospital, It's easy to roast chicken without stuffing. If you want to dress up the bird, make a sauce from the pan drippings and heavy cream, then.add seedless green grapes. Serve the chicken and sauce with steamed buttered rice mixed with a 1 - monds. A company dish! Drain and mince anchovies; add them to hot olive oil o r melted butter. Use this sauce for hot cooked drained spaghetti. Check food preferences when planning special dinners. "Oooooh, I could just whenever I watch that From U.N.C.L.E.'!" melt 'Man is An ardent jet-set fan little-Renee Chiapuzio, 13- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Chiapuzio, Anvil location. PHOTO, OF COURSE, BY BABY'S FAVORITE PHOTOG... KEN AHO AT KENNY'S STUDIO 127 E. Aurora Phone 932-3620 Where Every Wednesday Is i Special for Mom and Baby CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in my bereavement, the death of my beloved wife, Mrs. 'Carl E. Rhenlund. I am grateful to the Rev. Oliver Hallberg; the organist, Mrs. Oliver Hallberg; the soloist, Mrs. Arvid Rhenlund; the Mary Circle of St. Paul's Lutheran Church; the pallbearers; those who sent flowers; those who offered the use of their cars; and all others who assisted in any way. Carl E. Rhenlund Play the Femme Fatale... , . an easy role in your new, compelling hair style from Mayme's! 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