Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 10, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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The World of Women THURSDAY, JUNE 10,1965. FIVE Tryouts for Several Shows Will Be Held Monday Night Tryouts for several of the productions of the G og e b i c Range Little Theater located at the Indianhead Mountain Lodge, Wakefield, are scheduled for Monday, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the St. James Hotel. Tryouts will be held for parts in the following productions: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Dirty Work at the Crossroads, The Typists, Private Ear and A Taste o f Honey. All parts for the musical, Cindy, a modern day adaption of the Cinderella Story have been cast and the show is in rehearsal. Cindy opens the season on Tuesday, June 29. Any person interested in trying out for a part in one of tue above shows is asked to attend the tryouts Monday at the St. James. Some of the parts that are available are: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: Maggie, a young earthy Southern wife trying to save a marriage destined for failure; Brick, Maggie's husband, ex-football hero whose only goalpost is the nearest bar; Big Daddy, large fierce ruler of his enormous turns from the hospital to find his family already dividing the spoils of his possible will. Big Mama, a faded, plucke d Southerner who cackles over her children in true Mother Hen fashion; Gooper, Brick's brother, out to get a share of his father's estate, but without back bone enough to do much else but wait for him to die; Sister Wo man, Cooper's wife and ba ck- bone, who produces children and much of the show's humor. There are also two small parts for four young children Dirty Work at the Crossroads, an oldtime melodrama: N e 1 lie Lovelace, typical heroine, beautiful and graceful; Adam Oak- hart, handsome, rugged son of the soil; Widow Lovelace, gentle old lady; Munro Murgatroyd, the villian — tall, dark and handsome. Ida Rhingold, big buxom, dark and "vampirish" vixen; Mookie Maguggins, lanky, freckled and a missing tooth; Mrs. Upson Asterbilt, a commanding dowager; Leonie, her daughter, a sweet young thing with a bird like manner; Fleurette. coquet tish French maid, and Little Nell any any child, "cute." Private Ear, a one-act come dy: Bob, awkward young man in late teens, with a great lack of confidence in himself and life; Ted, cocky and extrovert ed, a perfect example of inne confidence and self-approval Doreen, a pretty girl about 20, on the surface rather shy. The Typists, a one-act comedy: Paul, young married man studying law at night, a seem- ngly promising future: Sylvia, 'supervisor" of a two employe office; a romantic, dreaming, not so young spinster with a widowed mother to support. A Taste of Honey: Jo, Bri- ish teenager left alone to grow up; sensitive and easily hurt, her rek to womanhood is a long and brutal road; Helen, her mother, easy going tramp who finds herself burdered with teenage daughter; Peter, middle aged businessman who wants to marry Helen, but not her daughter; abusive and sarcastic; The Boy a young Negro sailor who shows j Jo some of the poetry and beauty of life, and Geof, overshy sensitive young art student. Any person interested in participating in any of the above shows is asked to attend Monday's meeting. Anyone unable to attend the tryout but who would still like to participate is asked to call Peter Landry phone 932-3175. Tryouts for the musical, Stop the World, to be staged in mid-August, will be held at a later date. deserve our gifts! MICHAELS' UNENS-GIFTS-JEWELRY 114 8. Suffolk—Phon* 932-1112 Your S £ H Green Stamp Redemption Center HAS DEGREE—Sister M. Nadine, O.S;F., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stahovic, Hurley, received Jier bachelor of science and education degree from Cardinal Stritch College, Milwaukee, on May 30. Sister Nadine has been appointed the Sister Superior at St. Veronica's School and Convent, South Milwaukee. Delegates Named to Cloverland Meeting Mrs. George Olson, Mrs. Emil Leino and Mrs. Russell Larson were elected delegates to Cloverland Convention at the meeting of Aurora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Tuesday night Cloverland Convention was held at Manistique yesterday and today. An invitation was received from Ontonagon Chapter to attend a reception in honor of Mrs. Bessie Nygard, grand com- andVerhelst Nuptials Are Held Miss Sylvia Louise Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Young, 12635 3. E. Steele St., Portland, Ore., and Robert James Verhelst, 5440 S.W Florida, Portland, son of Mrs. Clarence Verhelst, Lake Road, were united in marriage in a ceremony at Lynch Baptist Church, Portland, Friday May 28 at 8 p.m. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows after the Rev. Lowell Powers, who performed the rites in the presence of relatives and friends. Mr. Young escorted his daughter to the altar and presented her in marriage. Charlett Anna Young, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Dixie B. Schaffer, Tressa Ann Sherman, cousin of the bride, and Arlene Enevaldsen were bridesmaids Diane and Michael Verhelst. niece and nephew of the bridegroom, served as flower girl and ring bearer. The best man was Clarence Verhelst Jr., brother of the bridegroom, and serving as ushers were John, Walter Arnold Jr. and Ronald Young, brothers of the bride. All the attendants are from Portland. The bride chose a gown of white lace fashioned with long leeves, square scalloped neck- ine highlighted with sequins and a floor length skirt with tiers f the lace at either side flow- ng into a train. A tiara of white lowers held her three-tiered eil of illusion and she carried bouquet of white orchids, stephanotis, white roses and ivy. The attendants wore street ength dresses of mint green with long sleeves. White wrist gloves and fingertip veils of mint jreen with white net and green bows completed their attire. The couple received 200 guests at the reception given by the bride's parents in the church >arlors after the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Vicoria, British Columbia, Canada, rtr. and Mrs. Verhelst are at home at 5004 N.E. Irving, Port- mitteewoman of the Grand Chapter of Michigan, OES. After the meeting a social hour was held and lunch was served by the committee including Mrs. Erwood Slade, chairman; Mrs. William O. Cloon, Mrs. Victor Dayharsh, Mrs. Mina Collide, Mrs. Laura Anderson, Mrs. Clifford Dahlin, Mrs. Joseph Beach, Mrs. Lewis Benney and Mrs. Ernest Sandell. Serving on hospitality were Mrs Noah Warren and .Mrs. Corrine Hansen. 5974-N CROCHETED SHOES!—Treat baby to these soft slippers crocheted from cotton for easy laundering! Make extras for bazaar donations or a baby-shower- gift! Pattern No. 5974-N has crochet directions for both styles. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, 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. Send 50c now for your new '65 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; Custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch I Catholic Education Board T'lr^<s Friday A Roman C:.Lholic Diocesan Board of Education, equa 11 y split between clergy and laymen, has been named by the most Rev. Thomas L. Noa, bish op of Marquette, and will hold its first meeting Friday at the Newman Center, near Northern Michigan University campus. Preceding the board meeting the regional superintendents, recently named to aid the Rt. Rev Msgr. O'Neill D'Amour, dioces an school superintendent, wil meet tonight and Friday morn ing. In the past, the Diocesan Board of Education, has been an all clergy group. Serving on the board from this area are the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jo seph Dunleavy and Mrs A. C Gorrilla. The horse is among the most intelligent of animals. •FOOD SHOPS, Inc. GROUND BEEF BACON CUBED STEAK Lean Fresh SWIFT'S Prernium Sliced. 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She wil become the bride of Robert White of Ishpeming on June 26 INVITATION Friends and Relatives are invited to celebrate the 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Belmas at the Trinity Lutheran Church . Lake Read on Sunday, June 13 from 2 to 7 p.m. No other invitations will be sent! Ann Landers ... .Answers Your Problems AWARD WINNER—Miss Susan Korpi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Korpi, Wakefield, was one of the two women students at Michigan State University, East Lansing, who received awards presented by the Pan- hellenic Council. The awards are the Foreign Student Scholarship and the award for the graduating Greek woman with the high- Dear Ann Landers: I Just; read the letter signed "Frank" and I think your advice was the worst yet. It Is a gentleman's place to protect his wife or his girl. When that drunk called Frank's wife a mopey, bow-legged broad he had every right t o belt him one- In the kisser Your suggestion that Frank was a roughneck, and that he and his wife should have left the restaurant, was strictly for t n e birds. Why don't you ask your h u s- band what HE would have done if somebody called you a mop- ey, bow-1 egged broad? — MORE THAN FRANK Dear More Than: 1 asked him. He said he hasn't hit a guy since he was in the 8th grade and he is in no shape to est grade point average, the lat-1 start taking on drunks In res- (Gateway Portrait Studlo> MRS. ROBERT J. VERHELST Polly's Pointers ter being awarded to Miss Kor)i, who is a senior and a Kapsa Alpha Theta with a 3.81 average. She has earned majors in music and German and a minor n education in three years at MSU. Within her music major, she has a dual major in voice and piano. s"he is a member of seven honoraries: Alpha Lambda Delta, Tower Guard, Phi Kappa Phi and Tau Sigma, scholastic honoraries; Delta Omicron and Pi Kappa Lambda, music honoraries, and Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary. She plans to enter the University of Pennsylvania graduate school this summer. and. The bride attended Da v i d Douglas High School and is employed as a nurse's aide at Providence Hospital, Port 1 and. The bridegroom, a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, is a bank messenger for the Banks of Oregon. MifcheJJ-fleinhoJfz Engagement Is Told Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, 314 8. Marquette St., has announced the engagement of her daughter, Jo Ann, to Clarence Reinholtz, Wausau, Wis. Mr. Reinholtz, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. August Reinholtz, Sheboygan, Wis., is employed by the Industrial Commission, State of Wisconsin. An October wedding is being planned. Ironwood Program Slated on Sunday Mrs. Marian Vaughn, president of the Ironwood Business and Professional Women's Club announced today that a program on the beautification of Ironwood to call it the "Flower City of the North" may be viewed on Channel 3 at 10:15 Sunday night, June 13. Friday Fare By CECILY BROWNSTONE This salad serves as dessert. Curried shrimp with rice, green peas, garlic bread, frozen fruit salad. FROZEN FRUIT SALAD 1 orange, cut into membrane- free sections and then into small pieces 1 medium banana, diced i/ 2 cup crushed pineapple, drained V4 cup diced maraschino cherries '/4 cup toasted slivered almonds 2 tablespoons minced celery Viz cup real mayonnaise >/2 cup heavy cream Lettuce Gently mix together the fruit, almonds and celery. Whip cream until stiff; fold in mayonnaise; fold carefully into fruit mixture. Turn into freezing tray or metal loaf pan. Freeze until firm, about l>/ 2 hours. Cut into squares and serve on lettuce, about 6 servings. Makes Births . .Lennon. The Rev. and Mrs. Dale Lennon, Ramsay, a son, June 9 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. .Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols, St. Paul, a daughter, Cindy, today. Mrs. Nichols is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mussatti, Manlto wish Waters, and Mr. Nichols is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Nichols, Montreal. By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — Remove the metal ends from an old window shade roller. Saw off a 15-inch piece of the roller and you will have a nice rolling pin for pastry. I would not trade the one I have been using for 10 years for a 'bought" one. I have discovered a way t o amuse my young granddaughters for long periods of time. I cut an old zipper out of a worn garment, tear off the two front facings of a shirt with the buttons on one side and the buttonholes on the other or the snapped sides of a dress opening and they have great fun zipping and unzipping, s n a p- ping and unsnapping and buttoning and unbottoning. This play teaches them to cope with such fastenings. — ELIZABETH GIRLS — When you use Elizabeth's rolling pin idea you might remember a recent Pointer for using a clean old nylon stocking as a cover for a pastry rolling pin. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — After iron- Ing one of my husband's long sleeve shirts, I open a paper clip so that it looks like a long skinny C and slip each end through the buttonhole in e a ch cuff. This joins the sleeves neatly across the front of the shirt, eliminates tangling and wrinkling. I, too, have a pet use for an empty plastic bleach bottle. I cut it in half and punch holes in the bottom with a heated ice pick. I put this in my sink and peel potatoes, carrots etc., over it. Water drains through the bottom, the mess is all in one place and my sink is clean. I like to have this about six inches deep so all those peels are caught as they come off the peeler. — JOYCE DEAR POLLY — Perhaps others are like me and have to combine a waist pattern of one size with a skirt pattern o f another. This poses the p r o - blem of how much material to get. When using expensive woolens and so on, I always hated to buy too much. I pin mark the width of t h e material I am. going to buy on a tablecloth or a sheet. On this I lay the pattern pieces, shift them around so they are placed to the best advantage for economical cutting and soon know just how much fabric is actually needed. Saves headaches as well as money and you have neither too much nor too little material. — MRS. F. B. DEAR POLLY — My baby's dress collars would never stay flat until I started to put tiny snaps underneath the collars. They go unnoticed and baby always look neater—MRS. G.R. H. Silver Tea Report Given at Meeting At the June meeting of the Holy Trinity Altar Society, Mrs. Frank Mioni reported on the Silver Tea given recently i n honor of Sister Mary Virginia at Holy Trinity-St. Michael School. Sister Virginia is celebrating her 25th anniversary as a Dominican sister. In the absence of the Rev. Ambrose Matejik, Mrs. Helen Jackson, led the members of the society in the i opening prayer. Like last year, the members unanimously ^decided to hold the summer meetings at N o r r i e Park. The next meeting will be on July 7 at 6 p.m. In the event of rain the meeting will be held in the church hall at the same time. Mrs. Arthur Pyykkonen read an interesting article on "The sacrament of Matrimony." A social hour followed the business meeting with the members of Mother Seaton Circle serving. General chairman was Mrs. John Ramusclrak and her co-workers were Miss Mary Verbos, Mrs. Ann Mizgala, Mrs. Steve Cvengros and Mrs. Donald Pachmayer. Iron Belt Club to Have Bicycle Trip The Iron Belt 4-H Club, at its recent meeting, made plans for a bicycle trip to Upson, including a picnic and a tour of the ranger station. This event will be held the third week of this month. A train ride to Ashland is also planned for later in the summer. taurants. Any more questions? * a a Dear Ann Landers: I was very much interested in your warning to the girl who 1 wrote about kissing a boy who had a sore on his lip. The girl was concerned about lip cancer. You told her (and correctly) that lip cancer was not nearly so deadly as another disease which could be c o n - tracted from kissing. Then you demonstrated great courage and named the REAL threat — syphilis. Small sores on the lip o r mouth are often not noticeable So many teen-agers have skin problems that most eruptions are passed off as "adolescent blossoms." I believe you would perform an invaluable service if you printed more information on this subject. What does a syphilis sore look like? If a girl discovers, after she has kissed a boy, that he has a sore on his lip, would applying alcohol to her own lips protect her against the disease? If a person thinks he has a venereal disease and is afraid to tell his parents what shouit he do? I am a high school senior and must confess shameful ignorance on this subject. My friends don't know any more than I do. Most kids don't want to talk about verereal disease because somebody might gel the idea they have done some thing wrong and are worried Please print my letter and give us kids some facts. — CHICKEN Dear Chicken: The number of reported cases of VD in t h i country has tripled in the las 10 years. Almost 60 per cent o the cases are in the 13-to-19 year-old group. If this isn't a serious social problem I don know what one is. A syphilis sore resembles a cold sore. It can appear on tne lip, in the mouth or anywhere on the surface of the skin. It often itches and it's different from most sores because it is very slow to heal. And this la the clue. If you have a sore that is stubborn about disappearing it is a danger signal. Wiping your lips with alcohol is no protection against syphilis if you have a small crack on your lip. It is likely that the germ has already moved tnt o your blood stream. Anyone who suspects he has a venereal disease should cJ o either of two things at once: d) Go to a physician I know of no doctor who would tell your parents if you asked him not to. The treatment is simple, painless and relatively inexpensive. (2i Go to the city or county health department and ask for a VD test. In most cities both the test and treatment are free. The doctors will respect your onfidence if you ask them to. ublic Health officers are not nterested in turning kids in or mnishing them. They are inter- isted only in treating and cur- ng patients of this deadly dis- ase, which, if not treated can 3ause blindness, sterility, i n - anity and death, a a 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. 19B5 Field Enterprise!. Inc. Share your making ideas favorite home. . send them to Polly in care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Pointers. Greatest choice ever Bonnie Niemi Feted With Bridal Shower ONTONAGON — Mrs. Onn i e Niemi and Mrs. Edward Niemi of Mass, and Mrs. Dale Blake were hostesses at a bridal shower held at the Blake residence honoring Miss Bonnie Niemi of Mass. The evening was spent playing party games. Lunch was served to 18 guests after which the honor guest was presented with gifts, arranged on a gift table with a canopy formed by an unbrella decorated in the wedding bell theme. Miss Niemi, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wilhart Niemi of Mass, will become the bride of George Csmarich, son of Mr. and Mrs John Csmarich Jr., on June 26. Simbiil is another name for the white-bellied stork. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Featuring our fabulous ITALIAN FOODS Your choice of ravioli, gnocchi, ho-made noodles or chicken cacciatore—only $1.50 including salad. LIBERTY BELL CHALET In Hurley DREAM WEDDING RINGS BY Over 300 exclusive styles — each a vision in goldsmith artistry by ArlCarved - the ring that's sealed most American marriages since 1850! From as low as $8. PITAl SIT Groom'i King $45.00 Iridl'l «lng »4J.SO JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kresge Bldg. Ironwood Ph. 932-2432 • Authorized AftC» rv « d Jeweler. • Come in and See "Kraft Grcus" ANIMAL HEADS A Whole Year in the Making! . . .They're Terrific! Of course no circus is complete without wieners ... 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