Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 23, 1965 · Page 17
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 17

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, July 23, 1965
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The World of Women FRIDAY. JULY 23,1965. FIVE ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nashland, Ewen, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Lou, 6130 W. Courtland Ave., Milwaukee, to Jerry K. Schilling, 5030 N. 55th St., Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Haessly, 5341 N. 54th St., Milwaukee. Miss Nash- land is employed with Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co., Milwaukee, and her fiance is owner and president of the Wisconsin Drywall, Inc., Milwaukee. A spring wedding is being planned. Wesley to Have Guest Preacher Jeen Shoung Park, a native of Korea, will be the guest preacher at the Sunday morning service at 9:30 at Wesley Methodist Church, the Rev. Frank Leineke, pastor, a n - nounced today. His sermon topic is "The Korean church: A Light to the Nation." Mr. Park, pastor of First Christian Church, Hedrick, Iowa, came to America in 1955. He is a graduate of Marion Co 11 e g e, Marion, I n d ., and Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, Ind. He is now working on his Ph. D. at the University of Iowa and intends to go back to Korea. Pastor Park is married and has two daughters. His father is a Methodist minister. Personal Items Quests for a few days at the home of Samuel and Alfred Andrews, North Mans field Street, are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herman and their six-month old son of McHenry, 111. Mrs, Herman and the baby are the granddaughter and great-grandson of Samuel Andrews. Mrs. Harry Walker, who spent n month visiting relatives here, at Elcho, Wis., and Ontonagon, left Tuesday night for her home at Teaneck, N. J. Mrs. Louis Lehocky, Lake Avenue, has returned home after visiting in Finland and other European countries f o r five weeks. She flew by Jet from Detroit to New York, and from there to Amsterdam, Holland, Copenhagen and Helsinki and other places. OF CARRYING THE MILK HOME? PHONE 561-9910 for HOME DELIVERY CRYSTAL SPRINGS , DAIRY Hurley, Wis. Fashion Showing Ends in Italy By LOUISE IIICKMAN AP Fashion Writer ROME (AP) — The Italian fall and winter fashion showings wind up today with Fontana's collection. The over-all picture is one of short skirts and waistlines up or down but never in the middle. Skirts are short but not that short. Mid-kneecap or a smidge above looks most acceptable. No one covered the knee, and just a few had skirts a finer's breadth above. The waistline went from an empire high to a fingertip low. Supple shapes with close fit under the armholes and a suggestion of high waist seemed most pleasing. The long, fluid body line with n low burst of pleats did not, for the moment, look madly desirable. Paris could change that impression. Showings there open in two days. Long suit jackets were a definite trend, but most of them looked best with high waist details, or over high-waist dresses. The season has been very short on detail. The look is linear, with greatest interest in the patterns-in-relief traced by welt-seam constructions necessary to put together double-face fabrics without linings. These supple reversible fabrics played an important role in the Italian collections. The lightest are thin, flat fleeces. The newest are triple-weight gabardines that sew up to look like thin layers of foam rubber. The Mature Parent By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE Dear Mrs. Lawrence: Our son is working as a messenger until he enters college this fall. I want him to quit his job. He is paid by the hour and his employer cheats him by discrediting the hours he works. Two other messengers —elderly men- get the same treatment. My son comes home at night very nervous and upset from the criticism he has to take from this man. ANSWER: The gist of what one says to a boss like this is: "If I am as inefficient as your criticism suggests, isn't it your obligation to fire me? You're the boss here and it's your obligation, not mine to fire inefficient workers. So let me put you straight about my intentions. I am not not going to take your responsibility for you by quitting. And all the criticism you can give me is not going to make me take it." Rarely do we get fired. The nagger, boss or anyone else, is only too aware that he is terrified of "decision. He must pursue us with criticism to try to make us produce decision for him. So he is seldom so shocked as we imagine he'll be when he is told what he knows himself. 'Usually, after such a showdown, he develops a clinging dependence on us that is almost as wearisome as his nagging. However, young and inexperienced people can't be expected to bring off this showdown. They are still so imbued with the illusion that all adults are paragons of responsibility that they can't detect its absence in nagging bosses. Instead, they assume the bosses' irresponsibility as their own shortcoming and take their criticism to heart. That I expect, is what this youngster of yours is doing. Under these circumstances, parents have to content themselves with reassurances that the youngster is not exclusively responsible for his job problems. If he gets upset enough, the truth may dawn on him. Our young one may see that the criticism is really his poor boss* appeal to him for relief from the awful decision txxkeep or to fire him. With this perception, respect for the boss falls to pieces —and with that collapse also collapses respect for his criticism. I am not Implying that youngsters, Including yours, are perfect employes. As they're not, fheir bosses are entitled to try to correct their mistakes. What I am saying is that when those efforts fail, it's their bosses' responsibility to take boss responsibility and dismiss them instead of trying to make the youngsters so miserable that they'll do the job for them. (Modern Portrait Photo) MRS. ROBERT TETZLAFP 'Approach on 9' Winners Listed Isabel Prick and Paye Krznarich were winners of the "Approach on 9" event of the Women's Golf League at Gogebic County Club Wednesday afternoon. Low scores for the day were Jean Gorrilla's and Vivian Ketola's 49s; low scores by class: Lenore Ferguson, Edythe Rowe and Nony Cl.oon; handicap scores: Mrs. Ketola, Mrs; Ferguson, Ginny Krznarich, Virginia Velin, Mrs. Cloon and Florine LaBlonde. Mrs. L. W. Van Slyke, Temple Terrace, Fla., was a golfing guest for the day. Births Lukas. Mr. and Mrs. J a m es Lukas, Bonnie Location, a son, today at Divine Infant Hospital Wakefield. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Johnson, Ontonagon, daughter, July 9 at Baraga County Memorial Hospital, L'Anse. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, Rockland, a daughter, Kathy Louise, July 18 at Ontonagon Mem o r i a Hospital. Finnish Services erf Zion at J] Sunday Finnish services will be held at Zion Lutheran Church S u n- day at 11 a.m. with the Rev Oliver A. Hallberg in charge The English service will be held at 9 a.m. with the pastor, the Rev. Thomas Schultz officiating Cooks used to add a teaspoon of salt to a pound of grounc beef for hamburgers; but our taste for salt is changing and nowadays you may find that % teaspoon of salt to the pound of beef is a proportion that suits your taste. ?l*S &!#*** Family Style Dinners l.««» MM %««M» 2.15 A4uIt* T -t J.30 Children Under 10 Serving Every D»y Noon to t P.M. , Now Serving Delicious' Breakfasts — Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst, Fried Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Syrup, Donuts & Sweet Rolls. .Milk & Coffee, Scrambled Eggf on Frl. Adults 1.50, Children under 10— 75c. CAMP STYLE CHICKEN Served Every Day (Except pri. tt Sat.) Plus Two Meats Served Each Meal SUN. — Sirloin of Beef au>jus , MON.— BeJced Hun,. Potato Pancakes, "Jack Baked Beans" TUBS.— Sirloin of Beef .|uf jua WED.— SlrJoln of Beef and Pan Gravy , ,' ' THURS,— Logging Camp Beef H«t., Potato Pancakes FRI.— Sirloin of Beef. Walleyed Pike Fillet* Potato Pancakes SAT.— "Camp" Turkey, Dressing, Sirloin of Beef U.S. Hwy, 31 Between Miaocqua and Woodruff Good Manners Make Friends Whatever happened to .the man who opened doors and lighted cigarettes? WAKEFIELD — Fragile 3hantilly lace combined with he purest white silk organza created the unsual design of the floor length gown worn by Miss Arlove Joyce Seppa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Gust Seppa, ''or her wedding to Robert W. Tetzlaff, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tetzlaff, 625 Stark Street, Wausau, Wis., at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 17. The bride and bridegroom repeated their nuptial vows in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Charles Daniel during the celebration of the nuptial High Mass at the Immaculate C o n- ception Catholic Church, with George Tetzlaff, brother of the bridegroom, and Arthur Juedes, cousin of the bridegroom, a s acolytes * * ft The bride, escorted down the white carpeted aisle and given in marriage by her father, wore a gown with traditional long sleeves, buttoned at the wrist, which enhanced the molded bodice Seed pearls traced a pattern on the all lace bodice at the Sabrina neckline. The lace, slim-paneled front skirt was graced at either side with silk organza fullness that swept back into a charming chapel train. Uniquely lovely, a charming silk organza bow lavished with opalescent beading held her bouffant pure silk veil and blusher. She carried a cascade arrangement of white stephanotis and ivy, centered with a lavender orchid and tied with white satin and net. Attending the bride were Miss Mary Tetzlaff, Wausau, sister of the bridegroom, a s maid of honor; Miss Judith Erickson, Bessemer, cousin o f the bride, and Miss Joellyn Drake, Wakefield, as bridesmaids. Frosty mint green nylon sheer floor length frocks were the choice of the three bridal aides. Their design featured full length bouffant skirts and sleeveless, scoop-neckline d slim bodices. Short waist-1 i n e length removable jackets with elbow length sleeves, added a distinctive touch with twin panels floating hemline length from their back decolletages. Flat, sheer mint green hairbows with attached veils, dyed to match footwear and short white gloves completed their attire. a * * Jerome Scheel was best man for Mr Tetzlaff and/serving as groomsmen were •• Charles Helling and Gordon Jesse. Calvin Kahara, cousin of the bride, and Burton Hughes, cousin' o: the bridegroom, served as ushers. A wedding dinner for 21 was served at 1 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Home The bride and bridegroom greeted 300 guests at a reception held from 5 to 8 p.m. also at VFW club rooms. The bridegroom's parents entertained at a rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Big Wheel Restaurant. After a week's wedding .trip to the Wisconsin' resort area, M r and Mrs. Tetzlaff will be a t home at 123 W. Pulaski Street, Pulaski, Wis. The bride, a g r a d u ate of Wakefield High School and the Badge r-Green Bay Business College, was employed at Ironwood with the U.S. Forest Service. The briegroom, a graduate of Newman High School, Wausau, an<? the Badger-Green Bay Business College, is employed as accountant with the Karcz Motor Company, Pulaski. Church Events Mass —St. Paul's Lutheran The Confirmation Class w i 1 meet Saturday at 9 a.m. Merriweather Personals Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Sr attended funeral services a Wakefield for Mrs. Cook's aunt Mrs. Joseph Wetelainen. Mrs. Ben Desonia &id sons Marquette, and Mrs. Edna Am undson, Chicago, visited recently at the Robert Ellsworth home. Mrs. Charles Himanka and Mrs. J. Jones, Iron River, visit ed at the Marvin Sain home re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angus Thomaston, were recent callers here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ells worth recently visited at thi rest home in Ontonagon with Mrs. Rose Ellsworth. Miss Ella Ralston, Milan, i visiting her brother, John, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr and Marvin Sain and family were Ironwood callers Sunday. John Rosnki Jr., Topaz, spent a Sunday at the Rodney Ellsworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Morgan and family, Ovid, recently arrived to FAMILY WEEK GUESTS—The Dallas Green family will be guests at the Lake Superior Bible Camp Monday through Friday, July 26-30. The Rev. Green, who is the deputation secretary of the North Africa Mission, will speak each day at the 11 a:m. and 7:30 p.m. services. Mrs. Green will conduct a children's class each morning at 11. Camp reservations may be made by calling either 932-4390 or 932-1145. Daytime visitors are always welcome. The Lake Superior Bible Camp is located three miles west of Little Girl's Point Park. The Rev. Frank Oslin, pastor of First Baptist Church, is the camp director. (William A. Painter Photo) visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Sr. Mrs Clara Abrams and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth were rec e n t White Pine visitors. Mrs. Al Savola and children, Beth Ann Haskins and Rob i n and Michael Symbeldon were Wakefield callers Sunday. Donald Abrams was a recent caller in Marquette. G. Hendricisons Mark Anniversary EWEN — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hendrickson eel ebrat e d their 25th ^wedding anniversary Saturday, June 26, with a reception at their home from 6 to 10 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson were married June 29, 1940 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ironwood, with the Rev. Herman Matero officiating. Mrs. Hendrickson is the former Miss Senia Suokko of Ironwood. The Hendricksons have two children, a son, Gerald, who was graduated from Ewen High School in June and will be attending Michigan Tech, Houghton, in the fall, and a daughter, Doris, who attends the Ewen school. Lunch was served from a table centered with an arrangement of flowers presented b y the couple's children. Mrs. Hendrickson's corsage and Mr. Hendrickson's boutonniere were gifts from the family and an orchid was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nashland Sr. The guest book was a gift from Mrs. Hendrickson's mother, Mrs. Ida Suokko, and a bouquet of a dozen red roses was a gift from relatives in Port A r t h ur, Canada. The buffet luncheon was served-by the hostesses, Mrs EmiJ Latva, Mrs.vEmil Cook and Mrs. Charles Nashl a n d. Doris , Hendrickson and -her cousin, Ellen Kalata, -opened the ,gifts and served the anniversary cake. During the evening a'- cal 1 was received from a brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marsh, Livonia. Mr. Marsh was an usher at the wedding 25 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kalata, Mr. an d Mrs. Gordon Williams and Leonard Hendrickson, who were other attendants, were present at the reception. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson were honor e d guests of his parents, with other relatives attending. The honored couple received numerous gifts, including silver items and money. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson moved here in September 1941, when they purchased the Gamble Store, which they still operate. They are members of First Lutheran Church. Out of town relatives and friends attending the events were Mrs. Ida Suokko, John Suokko, Mr. and Mrs. Wa 11 e r Kalata, daughter, Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelmark Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williams, Mrs. Ida Hendrickson, Mr. and M r s , Nestor Hendrickson and Mr and Mrs. Harold Holt, Iron' wood; Mrs. Hulda Hendrickson Mrs. Cornelia Arrowood, Manis tique; William Hendrickson, Highland Park, .111.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hendrickson, LOOK-ALIKE JUMPER SETS —For mother and daughter that are fun to sew "and wear. No. 8295 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust. Jumper, 3% yards of 45-inch; blouse, short sleeves, V/z yards. No. 8296 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years Size t 4, jumper, 1% yards of 35- inch; blouse, short sleeves, yard. Two patterns. To order, send 50c in coins to Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, -407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, HI. 60607 For ist-class mailing add Ipc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the-Fall and Winter Basic Fashion. Saturday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE Frankfurters, hot potato salad tossed green salad .with radishes blueberry cobbler beverage. BLUEBERRY, COBBLER 1 quart large fresh blueberries washed and drainedf 1 tablespoon lemon juice v 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons instant flour Biscuit Topping; " In a ! 1 /2-quart round glass casserole (inside iy z by 2>/ 2 inches) toss together the • blueberries lemon juice, sugar and flour Using a prepared pastry cloth and stockinet-covered rolling pin, roll out biscluit topping to fit inside dimension of casserole Place topping over berries — ii should cover them. Bake in a hot (400 degrees) oven for 40 minutes. If topping browns too fast cover it with foil. Serve warm or reheat. Top with whipped cream —only lightly sweetened because cobbler is quite sweet. Makes " servings. Biscuit Topping: In a mixing bowl, stir together 1 cup unsiftee — ——™~.., UU wi, am luBCuici i v;up unsiibci Newberry; Mrs. Marion Bruem- regular flour, 1V4 teaspoons bak IJlPr. IvIi.QK fiSITftlWi . TCviiaiviivi AI* i_. i i t j. IA. mer, Miss Carolyn Bruemmer, Menominee; Mr. and Mrs. John Bruemmer, New York; Mrs. John Swanson, Danny and Stephen, Munising; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carpenedo and P a ul, Bessemer. Friends from neighboring towns also attended. COMMON COLDS Approximately 75 per cent of, the American people have at' least one cold each year ing powder, Yz teaspoon salt and 2 tablespoons sugar. With a pas try blender, cut in 6 tablespoon! butter until particles are fine With a fork, stir in enough milk (4 to 5 tablespoons) to make very soft dough; roll.-out and use as directed above — extra flour on prepared pastry cloth will probably be needed. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY $1 . Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre' Shampoo. • Save big with this easy to use "do It yourself" equipment You'll be amazed with the;new loolr of your carpeting. Available at . GERTZ FURNITURE •to; N..;-. 212 I. Aurora, Dial 932-1310 U-'.: these, 25 per cent have four or more and the average Is between two and three per person per year. In deciding whether to bu., Of i small electrical appliances with an interchangeable heat con trol, remember that with one control you can use only on appliance at a time. Greater Beauty Can Be Yours... Beauty Is largely, a matter of constant application. Regular visits to thp Studio can make keeping. . yourself looking your best an easier task. f Phone now! STUDIO BEAUTY SALON •MORGAN MANOR Sylvia Ranta Dial 932,330* — Ann Landers . Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: I was amazed and disappointed with your arlvice to Sandy, the worn an whose husband got amorous on the beach after their midnl g h t swims. She said she had trouble getting him to the cottage and t was a real problem. Her question was. "Am I being prudish or is he getting nutty as he nears the foolish fifties?" You told the woman that since you did not know how much privacy they had around their :ottage, she'd better get him in;o the house "where he belongs." As a fourth generation Canadian I can tell you that shuttered windows and tightly closed doors are a hangover from the mid-Victorian days when sex was considered evil. The reason so many husbands stray is because ;heir brand of married love is routine matter-of-fact and downright boring. A moonlight beach, a grassy slope, the sound of the wind whistling in the trees or the music of the surf beating on the shore will add new excitement and a dimension of glamour to any marriage. So Dloase, Ann, don't be so conservative. Encourage marri e d people to add some spice to their love making. It could cut the divorce rate considerably.— YOUR NEIGHBOR TO THE NORTP Hello Neighbor: What you say is true, BUT until I'm certain that a couple has complete privacy I will continue to tell them to go in the house where they belong. it it it Dear Ann Landers: Call my problem "Parking Lot Pigs." My husband and I bought our first new car last week. We've always had second hand Katrin- kas so you can imagine how proud vie were to be driving a shiny new sedan. Yesterday we parked our car in a lot while we went to a movie. When we came back there were ugly scratches and chip p e d places where someone had rammed their car door into ours. We asked the parking lot at- tendant about it and said, "It happens all'the time. Most people don't give a damn abo u t somebody else's property." Please Ann, say something in your column about this. —DISGUSTED Dear Disgusted: Unfortunately what tfte man said is true. But one way to reduce the hazard is this: Don't patronize lots that park cars so close together that unless you are built like an ironing board you can't get out of your car In some lots it's almost impossible not to hit the door of the car next to yours. •ft it <Sr Dear Ann Landers: My wife died four years ago and left me with two daughters. I admit my girls are spoiled and selfish— and it's mainly my fault. For the last eight months I've been keeping company with a fine widcw who has four wonderful children. They are respectful, co-operative and top students. My girls do not get along with the children of my friend and they are against our marriage. The widow says she wants to marry me and is willing to take her chances. My daughters are" 13 and 14. Last night they threatened to run away from home when I told them I may be married in August. What do you say:—MR. O. " Dear Mr. O.: Don't let your daughters bully you. Marry this woman in August and tell your daughters that your plans are made. , I've had dozens of letters from both widows and widowers who say they passed up a second marriage because their kids were against it — and they've been kicking themselves ever since. a t» 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, 1965, Field Enterprises, Int.' Dally Olobe classified! get OLE'! As pleasing as' a fine pass with the cape , .. that's the food, the service, the atmosphere at El Rancho. You'll appreciate our fine steaks, chops, seafood and cocktail bar. Drive down for a relaxing evening soonl EL RANCHO At Pine Lake on Highway 51. Dial Mercer 476-2168 WKKKWKKKKKKRMKKKKMKKK *<FA$TFIRSTAID New! FIRST- SPRAY • FIGHTS INFECTION •. RELIEVES PAIN" / • HELPS HEAL V. Instant Antiseptic (.NoStingfNoStain! 3 ox. 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