Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 9, 1965 · Page 7
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, June 9, 1965
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9,1965. SEVEN Carol Peterson Installed as Honored Queen of Bethel 19 Carol Peterson, daughter of 1 tr. and Mrs. Herbert Peterson, : 15 E. Gogebic St., was installed is honored queen of Bethel 19, j nternational Order of Job's Daughters, at the installation <eremony conducted at the Ma- lonic Temple Saturday night. Other elected officers install- td were Linda Wright senior 1 rincess; Marian Christens e n, Junior princess; Debbie Olson, I Hide, and Sandra Swanson, Marshal. Appointed officers installed '/ere Karen Nelson, recorder; Carol Olson, treasurer; Paula ; eber, chaplain; Lee Ann Olson, 1 brarian; Marilyn Stens t r o m, musician; messengers — Mary :/Ioore, first, Carolyn Olson, lecond, Susan Mitchell, third, Kristine Lindberg. fourth, Ann 1 larie Bennett, fifth; Carolyn <!ox, junior custodian; Ann 1 lark, senior custodian; Susan Anderson,•inner guard, andGret- i hen Shouldice, outer guard. Choir members installed were Marjorie Cox, Roberta Avery, 3 lonna Larson, Elizabeth Wright, ])ebbie Perl, Gloria Moreland i nd Sandra Lee Graves. Karen Nelson, retiring honor- f d queen, was the installing of- i cer. She was assisted by Su; an Anderson, past hon o r e d i ueen, installing guide; Susan ' liomas, past honored queen, i istalling marshal. Miss Alma Kelson was installing musician, »nd Mrs. Herbert Peterson, in- j tailing recorder. Miss Ruth Healy sang "The 3 ord's Prayer" as the queen •\ as installed. The queen was < scorted to the East by her 1 ither. During the Lighted Cross cere- i lony Miss Healy sang "The Old bugged Cross." Merit awards were presented (5 the following girls: Bronze — Debbie Olson, Kris- 1 ne Lindberg, Ann Mark, Car- c lyn Cox, Marilyn Stenstrom, ! usan Mitchell, Carol Olson, Ann 1 larie Bennett, Susan Kahara i nd Carolyn Olson. Silver — Linda Wright, Marian «'hristensen, Paula Zeber, Mar- E aret Dahlin and Sandy Swan- Gold — Karen Nelson, Carol 1'eterson and Marian Christens jn. 400 point award — Lee Ann Clson and Susan Thomas. Announcement was made that 1 aula Zeber has been appointed f rand representative from the (:rand Bethel of Michigan to the lethel in Indiana. A social hour followed the cer- € mony. The dining room was eecorated with lilacs and tulips. Ilr. and Mss. Peterson were (Modern Portrait Photo) CAROL PETERSON host and hostess They were assisted in serving by Mrs. Roy Swanson and Mrs. Harold Christensen. Carol Peterson served the punch and Donna Larson was in charge of the guest book. TO BE GRADUATED— Miss Janis Bloomquist daughter of Mrs. Leonard Bloomquist, 128 E. Larch St., will be graduated from Mounds-Midway School of Nursing, St. Paul, Sunday, June 13. Commencement services will be held at 3 p.m. at First Baptist for the 31 graduating Church, St. Paul, members of the class. A buffet supper honoring the graduating class will be held Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall of the same church. Mounds-Midway School of Nursing is a three year diploma school sponsored by the Baptist Hospital Fund, Inc., St. Paul. Miss Louise Bruneau Becomes Bride of Patrick J. Bunjovac Mass Church Circle Meetings Are Listed MASS — The circles of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will meet as follows: Ruth, Thursday, 7:30, p.m., at the home of Lillian Aho, Greenland; Sara, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Delores Aho. Esther, Monday, June 14, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Pearl Siren. Martha Circle met Tues day afternoon at the home of Lillian Garlow. Covenant Aid Will Meet on Thursday The Bethany Covenant Ladies Aid will have its first June meeting Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the church parlors. The program includes a vocal selection by Pamela Sajec; readings by Mrs. Ralph Dirksen, and a vocal selection by Miss Jacqueline Rundquist. Hostesses are the Misses Ruth and Esther Dahlin. Volcanic heat furnishes much of the electricity used by the Italian State Railways. Shire-Tex for that custom look • JAMAICA! ... $3.19 up • BERMUDAS . $4.00 up • SURFERS $4.29 up • PEDAL PUSHERS $4.29 up • SLACKS $4.29 up Solid colors and plaids some styles with co-ordinated tops «OMWOOO Phono 932-3320 As seen in SEVENTEEN 65% Dacron $4.00 MEMBER OF THE IRONWQOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Camping Season Begins July 12 The Lake Superior Bible Camp will begin its I9h camp- Ing season July 12. The camp was first opened by the First Baptist Church in 1947 with the Rev. Paul Obinger as director. Since that time many boys and girls have enjoyed the camping facilities The camper's cost is kept at a mini- irium through the volunteer labor of most of the camp staff. The 1965 schedule, inc 1 u d es Junior Week, July 12-17 for boys and girls ages 8-12. The cost will be $10 including insurance. Speakers will be t h e Rv. and Mrs. William Hendricks of Minneapolis, and August Matero, area Child Evange- Sacred Heart Catholic Church, o f Montreal, was the scene of a beautiful weddi n g service Saturday, June 5, at 11:30 a.m., when Miss Louise O. Bruneau, daughter of M r. and Mrs. C 1 a rence Bruneau, Montreal, became the bride of Patrick James Bunjovac, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bunjovac, 110 Oermania, Hurley. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows in a double ring c e r e m o ny performed by the Rev. Paul Ischler precedi n g the celebration of the nuptial Macs The bride was escorted down the white carpeted aisle and presented in marriage b y her father. Exquisite peau taffeta embellished with inlaid Chant i 1 ly lace motifs created the s i 1- houtttc of the bride's f 1 oor length gown. Inlays of the lace trailed down the long sleeves and encircled the scoop neckline on the fitted bodice, and molils of the lace graced the beauty of the modified full skirt. A detachable, square-cut chapel train, lace scattered and with a distinctive metered border, fell from the back waistline. Thc bride's bouffant shoulder length veil of silk illusion was secureci by a headpiece fash- onea of several silk organza oses highlighted by seed pearl rim and with loops of the my pearls. Her bouquet was a modi lied crescent arrangement f three yellow mums and luckleberry foliage tied w ith white satin ribbon.. Attending the bride were Mrs. Glenn Mattson, sister of he bridegroom, as matron of lonoi; Pauline Guidici, cousin jf the bride, and Mrs. ROD ert Durai, cousin of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids. Elizabeth A i - mone, cousin and godchild o f he bride, was flower girl. The aides wore floor length dresses of yellow brocaded taffeta, fea- uring scoop necklines, elbow engih sleeves and belled skirts lism director. Senior Week will be July 19-24 for young people ages 13 and up. Speakers will be the Rev. Joseph Tallyn of Rockford, 111., presently Christian Education director of Temple Baptist Church, formerly Youth for Christ director; and the Rev. Marlin Olsen, missionary t o South Africa. The cost for Senior Week is $11 including insurance. Family Week, July 26-31, will feature the Rev. Dallas Green, deputation secretary for the North Africa Mission, as speaker. Rates will be $11 for youth and adults with a lower cost for children. Further camping information may be secured by writing the Lake Superior Bible Camp director, the Rev Frank Oslin, 213 South Mansfield St., Ironwood, Mich. All interested children are welcome. NFO Sponsoring A Benefit Dance A benefit dance for the Copper Peak Ski Hill Project is being sponsored by the National Farmers Organization of Gogebic County. The dance will be held June 19 at the Ironwood Township Community Building from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets may be purchased from any NFO member or at the door Club Activities The Iron County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet tonight at 8 at the VPW Memorial Hall, Hurley. Hos tesses are Mrs. Oliver R i sku Mrs. Anna LaSota and Mrs Alma Byrns. Those donating articles for the cancer booth at the Department convention are asked to bring them to this meeting. LOST CORNERSTONE President Ulysses S. Grant set the cornerstone for New York's Museum of Natural History in 1874, but so many buildi n g s have risen on the grounds tha the original cornerstone cann o be found. The museum today is made up of a complex of 1 buildings. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather Theodore Thompson who passec away one year ago today. June 9, 1964: Deep in our hearts you are today remembered, Sweet, happy memories cling 'round your name; True hearts that loved you with deepest affection Always will love you in death just the same. We often sit and think of you when we are alone. For memory is the only friend, that grief can call its own. Sadlr Mined by MM. Jtnnie Thompson and Families «f Ethel. Thomas •nd David Ann Landers ... Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: My wife is Pennsylvania Dutch. They are supposed to be the cleanest people on the face of the earth and my wife is determined to prove it In the meantime the kids and I are like in jail. Our carpets have never been walked on. She has knitted booties in all sizt'« for everybody. Every person who comes into our home has to park his shoes by the door. dealing with the problem. TMi closes the arteries of communication. Parents should let their children know they love them, trust them and have faith in them. Children who are brought up to think well of themselves turn out to be th< Nobody has ever seen lovely furniture because with corded waistlines. Flat bows of matching fabric held heir brief veils. The flower irl's floor length gown was of yellow taffeta with full skirt, rounded neckline and short sleeves and a sash with a large bow at the back. Her he a d- piece was a matching flat bow. Robert Dural, cousin of t h e bridegroom, was best man and groomsmen were Robert Pisani and Glenn Mattson, brother in ;aw of the bridegroom. Seating ;he guests were Gary Aimone, cousin of the bride, and Tec Bunjovac, brother of the bridegroom. There were place settings for 26 at the wedding dinner held at Lakeview Supper Club Wakefield. The wedding recep- ;ion, from 6 to 10, was held at the Kimball Community Center with the bride and bridegroom receiving 300 guests. After a short wedding tr' p, Mr. and Mrs. Bunjovac are residing at 130 Minnesota A v e ., Montreal. The bride is a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School and Humboldt Institute, Minneapolis wher& she received airline and business training. She is e m - Jloyed at the Ironwood D a i ly Globe. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same high school and Wausau Technical Institute Wausau, Wis., is employed a G. Bretting Manufacturing Ashland, Wis. (Kenny'* Studio Photoi MRS. PATRICK J. BUNJOVAC Personal Items Out of town guests attending the wedding of Miss Louise Bruneau and Patrick Bunjovac Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. Dan Endrizzi, P a m o n a , and daughter, Bonnie Endrizzi, Buena Park, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dural, Park Falls, M r . and Mrs. Ray Talcott Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Belanger, Wausau, David Aimone, Union Grove, Mr. and Mrs. John LaSota, Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. James Ledvina, Hayward. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pisani, Eau Claire, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pagel, Mr. and Mrs. Addison DeOrio, Detroit, Mrs. Salvatore Gussmano and children, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mattson, and Ruth Ann Bunjovac, Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory, Ishpemi n g, Mich.; Patrick Layman, Aurora, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slade, Hoyt Lakes. Minn., and Gerald Gregory of California. Mrs. William Brenzel, 2 15 Cloverland Dr., returned S u n- day from a six months' visit in California. She visited her ".on and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. William Brenzel, and family at Carlsbad, and her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Black, and family, San Rafael, and welcomed anew grandson there. She also visited Mrs. Dominic Friola, formerly of Hurley, at El Monte, Mrs. Brenzel's brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pon- TO WED JUNE 20 — Miss Roselyn Kay Handle and James William Wahner are engaged to be married June 20 at Bessemer, Ala. The announcement is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilcox Randle, Bessemer, Ala. Miss Randle is a graduate of Birmingham Southern College, magna cum 1 a u d e, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta social sorority and is listed in Who's Who of colleges and universities. She expects to receive her master of arts degree from John Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, D. C., this month. Mr. Wahner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Wahner, Mercer. After graduating from Mercer High School he served in the Aleutian Islands with the U.S. Army prior to attending Georgetown University, Washington. He will receive his degree in August from Ameri can University, Washington, and expects to enter the Master's Degree Program in Political Science in September. At present he is employed as a National Capitol policeman. (Harris and Ewing Photo) our m y wife nas draped sheets over everyr.ning. If you offered me $10 right now to tell you the color of our sofa I couldn't do t. I don't expect an answer because rhis is one problem for which there is no solution. I ust want you to print 'my letter Hope Group Meeting At Carl Berg Home Hope Group of Grace Lutheran Church will have its meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carl Berg, 204 W. Hard ing Ave The devotions will be conducted by Mrs. Harold Jolie Mrs. Willard Nordin of Down ey, Calif., will present voca selections. Lunch will be pot luck. chaud, Joliet, visiting here. 111., are now Surfboards were introduced to California from Hawaii about 1907. VEGETABLE BEDDING PLANTS Dial 9324420 or 132-0521 Flower Shop and Greenhouses Flowers Aro Our Business ... our ONLY Business! Flowers by Wire F.T.D.A. Ironwood Martha Guild Will Meet at Cottage The Martha Guild of Salem Lutheran Church will meet Fri day afternoon at 2 at the Peter Fertile cottage at Pine Lake Members desiring trans portation are asked to meet a the church no later than 1:30 Hostesses for the afternoon are Mrs. Ernest Carlson and Mrs Edgar Johnson. Confirmation Set At Bruce Crossing Confirmation rites will be held at the Bruce Crossing Apostolic Lutheran Church Sunday, June 13, at 2 p.m. Holy Communion will be celebrated The speaker will be the Rev. Andrew Mick elsen. The public is invited Lunch will be served. * * * Dear Ann Landers: I was stopped cold by the letter from "Just Dora" whose boyfriend spent the magnificent sum of $1.10 on her in the 10 months they went together. I must be dating the same man. There can't he two. I have spent whole days with Ed and he never so much as asked if I was hungry. Once I became faint and wanted to so the guys with sloppy wives st °P for a CU P of coffee - He said, ... .. ... _._ ' * U?A' »•« olf»ir\ej4- of- vmttt* •%! ASIA will realize that maybe they haven't got it so bad after all. — GERM FREE Dear Germ: Your wife is more ;han neat. She has strudel in the noodle. My condolences to you and the kids. •6 ft ft Dear Ann Landers: I am the mother of a 17-year-old boy. Last night he came home dead drunk. I don't know where he got the stuff but I aim to find out. When I do, somebody is going to be slapped with an arrest for selling liquor to a minor. . My husband and I have tried to raioe this boy to be a fine citizen We go to church together every Sunday and set a good example. What are parents to do, Ann, when their children go off the track? What makes kids want to drink? Surely they don't need a lift. Most teen-agers have so much energy they don't know what to do with it. Must someone get killed in an automobile accident before they learn that alcohol can be deadly? To our knowledge this is the first time our son has ever touched liquor. How can we be sure it will be the last? — Dear Mother: You can NEVER be sure, no matter what you do or say. There are no easy answers or sure-fire solutions to this one.. If you lined up six teen-agers who drink and asked them, "Why do you drink?" you could get six different answers. Screaming, threatening and harsh punishment are not, in my opinion, effective methods of 're almost at your place. The coffee you fix is much better than the mud you get in the cafes." Last winter I sprained my ankle en the way home from a free ait show. I wanted to take a bus but Ed, "We're only six blocks from your place. Walking is the best thing for a sprain. It strengthens the muscles." The letter in your column made me see my own situation clearly and I am dropping this creep as of now. What burns me up is that I was so dumb for so long. Thanks, Ann. — BLIND AS A BAT f ' ' ' Dear Bat: Congratulations on a good riddance. As a farewell gesture why not give Ed a piggy bank? * * « 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 EntmprUtl. IM. Ever baste ham that is being baked with apple Juice or cider? IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our mother, Mrs. Betsie Clemens, who passed away June 9, 1964. Just a thought of you, dear mother, Just a memory tweet'and true, And a token of affection,: That our hearts still yearn for you. Deeply Missed by Her Family COMPLEXION CLEANSER Unmask your beauty with Dermetics Complexion Cleanser, SPECIAL ,... . . . 1 65 CHARM BEAUTY SALON regular 8 ex. six* 2.50 Four expert beauticians on hand" to serve your beauty needs. , DIAL-932-0221 Above the Metropolitan Ins. Co. 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