Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 11, 1965 · Page 5
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Ironwood, Michigan
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The World of Women FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1965. Rocfcland Couple Marks Anniversary ROCKLANO — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson were honored at a 25th wedding a n n iversary party at their home on May. 16. Attending were about 125 guests from Rockland and the surrounding area. Mrs. Olson wore a pink and white two piece dress. Her pink carnation corsage and Mr. Olson's white carnation boutonniere were gifts from their sons, William and Donald. The anniversary cake, decorated in pink and silver, was made by a niece, Miss Beatrice Wineman, Detroit, and cut by Mrs. Lilliai. Wineman, a sister of Mrs. Olson. P r i n d s and neighbors of the couple were in charge of the buffet lunch, with Joanne Strang at the silver coffee urn and Janet Strang at the punch bowl Lolita Crochere was assisting. Music was furnished by the Strang sisters, who played their accordions, and Gail Wilber and Susan McKellar, a niece of Mr. Olson, sang several beauti f u 1 selections. The honored couple received many gifts, cards and a purse of money. Ave., and Ous N. Minneapolis, son of Cathy Letter Will Attend Girls State WATERSMEET — Each year the Watersmeet American Le- tion Auxiliary sponsors a local girl to attend Girls State. This year Cathy Lefler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Lefler, has been selected to attend. She will leave here Sunday evening, June 13, and return June 23. Cathy's subjects in school this year included, chemistry, advanced algebra, sociology, English, and government and econ omics. Her extra-curricular activities included cheerleader^ 4- H, Service Club, vice president of the Youth Center, Forensics and a member of the church choir. Cathy will be a senior next fall at Watersmeet High School. Miss Jo Ann Luoma, Gus N. Benakis Wed St. Mary's Greek Ortho d o x Church, Minneapolis, was the setting on Sunday, May 30, of a beautiful 4 p.m. nuptial service which united Miss Jo Ann Charlotte Luoma, Minneap oils, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Luoma, 119 Michigan Benakis, Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Maglaris. Aurora. 111., in marriage The marriage vows were pledged in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Anthony M. Coniaris in the presence of close relatives and friends. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Carol Luoma, Ironwood, as maid of honor. The bridegroom's best man was Peter Catsadimas, Chicago Perry V. Mathieu and Hal D. Mathieu, Minneapolis, performed the .duties of ushers. The bride's floor length sheath of purest white peau taffeta featured a square neck and empire waist. Accents of re-embroidered Alencon lace appeared on the elbow length sleeves and skirt. Her shoulder length veil of pure silk illusion, designed with blusher, was secured to a peau taffeta rose surrounded by tiny silk illusion petals and she carried a cascade arrangement of white roses accented by lilies of the valley. The maid of honor's gown was a shadow blue floor length crepe sheath with elbow sleeves. The empire waist was accented by a matching satin band Wisps of shadow blue silk' illusion caught to a satin bow, match ing footwear and white wrisi gloves completed her ensemble A dinner was served at the Sheraton Ritz Hotel's Embass> Room following the service. Mr. and Mrs. Benakis will re side at 3506 Minikahda Court St. Louis Park, Minn., afte their return from a wedding trip. Hurley 1945 Class Meeting on Monday The J. E. Murphy High School class of 1945 will have a reunion meeting Monday night at 8 at the Ave's City Hote.l. Hurley. All members living i n the area are asked to attend the meeting. STIFFEL Mrs. Benakis is a 1959 grad uate of Luther L. Wright High School and is employed by the law firm of Kelly, Berglund and Johnson, Minneapolis. Mr. Bena kis is a 1952 graduate of Morton High School, Berwyn, 111., a 195 graduate cum laude of the Uni versity of Wisconsin, a membe of Chi Psi and a 1959 graduat of Harvard Law School. He i presently self-employed in Minn eapolis. Ironwood residents attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Luoma, Miss Carol Luoma ; Mrs. Ruth M. Anderson, Mrs. Sana Pollari and Mrs. Herbert J. Blume (Miller Studios Photo) MRS. GUS N. BENAKIS fleceives a Degree At Webster College MERRIWEATHER -- Sis t e r Anne Marie Lietz, O. S. U., daughter of Mrs. George and the late George Lietz, Grayling, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Clara Abrams, was among 150 graduates of Webster College, St. Louis, Mo. Sister Ann Marie is a piano pedagogy major. A former pupil and graduate of St. Mary's School, Grayling, Winners in Bridge Tourney Are Listed Winners in the wee k 1 y Range Duplicate Bridge C1 ub tournament at which lOVfe tables of cards were in play, were the following: Betty Wernham and Dorothy Goldman, first; Howard Willson and Rose Erspamer, second; Mr. and Mrs Harry Sutler, third; Angie DiUlio and Stanley Varner, fourth; Wayne Melchiori and Bill Kennedy, fifth; Lucille Strom and Carrie Kennedy, sixth. Also in the top 50 per cent were Oscar Sjowall and Ferdinand Skud, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barbera, Doreen Ahonen and Vivian Ketola. The next meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion club rooms will be Master Point Night. she entered Ursuline Convent in 1958. She is a community member of the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Calvary, Belleville, 111. Mrs. Lietz and daughters, Loraine ar r l Mp"--~n; attended the Vlay 14 graduation at which Sister Ann Marie received the bachelor of music degree. Mrs Leitz, the former Marelle Abrams. attended school in Bergland and was graduated rom Mt. Pleasant College-, as a teacher. By MURIEL LAWRENCE DEAR MRS. LAWRENCE: My husband drinks. Last weekend when he came home liquored up, my oldest child — a girl 3f 15 — left the house to stay with my sister. She says she won't come home. I guess my husband is a real alcoholic. When he is liquored up he is so abusive and wild that the neighbors complain to the police. We have three younger children. God knows he has put me through enough for the last four years but what I can't forgive is what he is doing to the children. They are so ashamed of him. . . . ANSWER: Congratulate yourself. You are aware of their hurt. That sympathy for the s u f- fering of the children of alcoholic fathers is, apparently, rare in their mothers. According to a recent study of the families of alcoholic husbands, their •wives "pamper" them and pay little attention to the children. Says the report: "The parents are intensely and resentfully involved with each other. Apparently, the father has been in competition with the children from their birth and is always given preference by the mother. Instead of receiving any understanding of their suffering from her, they are required to understand her suffering." You're not like that. You resent the hurts being inflicted on your children, Take the next step. Know your own resentment at the hurts being inflicted on you. It is healthy to resent the demanding tantrums of alcoholics. It's fine to resent the noisy abusiveness that overw helms everybody else in the family, the absences which tortu r e everybody with terror of the disasters the alcoholic may be incurring, the stupors that maintain everyone in suspensef u1 wonder about what he'll do when he wakes up. As you seem on the edge of knowing your resentment a t these demands, it may be time for you to write Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc., an agency which seeks to e n - couragfi alcoholics' families to respect their own needs for attention. Its address is P.O. Box 12, Madison Square station, New York, N.Y.10010. It will 8 to Be Confirmed At Apostolic Church Confirmation Rites will be held Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at the Apostolic .Lutheran Jhurch. The following will b e confirmed: Larry Wayne Haaro, Nancy Katherine Jarvi, Laurence Wayne Kangas, Larry Matt Kinnunen, Richard Gerald Raala, Robert Henry Rouse, Linda Ruth Toolanen and Hannu John Venetjoki. Waino Mattila is .the instructor. Unqualified artistry, sets and meets impeccable standards in lamp making. Enduring, endearing family treasures that put a splendor in living. Set them now! GERTZ FURNITURE 212 E. Aurora St. Dial 932-1310 Iron Belt Church to Have Confirmation Worship services with rioly Communion and Confirmation Rites will be held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Iron Belt at 11 a.m. Sunday, the Rev. Theodore C. Predoehl announced today. Members of the Confirmation Class are James Hill, Roger Ruha, Paul Krankkala, Roger Jackson, Nancy Vanderschaegen and Beth E 1- len Morello. The Sunday School will meet at 10. The proposed church picnic which had been scheduled for Sunday, has been indefinite! y postponed. The BIG WHEEL Turns to a SMORGASBORD for the Theater Crowd Make it a gala evening by eating at the Big Wheel before attending the Theater North Production of "The Pied Piper" at the Wakefield Motor Lodge Theater. Enjoy Dancing in the • Tap Room on Saturday night. Smorgasbord will be served both Play-nights, and will consist of: •Panamanian Chicken with Rice • Swedish Meat Balls •Melded or Green Salads •Ho-made Breads and Rolls •Beverages and All Trimmings Also Serving Steaks, Chops and Seafoods from our regular menu. Roast Prime Ribs of Beef also featured every Saturday night. For reservations phone 229*5544 The BIG WHEEL Located off Highways U.S. 2 It M-21 on the Shores of Beautiful Sunday Lake Open from M a.m. Sundays, weekdays open at 4 past refer you to its nearest local branch. Sidnow Personals Births Richard.. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Rickard, 202 Greenbush St., a daughter, June 10 at Grand View Hospital. Yakovich. Mr. and Mrs. William Yakovich, Ontonagon, a daughter, Julie Ann, June 2 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Yakovich is the for mer Karen Saari of Ontonagon. Plcotte. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P i c o 11 e, Ontonagon, a daughter. Donni Kay, June 5 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Torvinen. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Torvinen, Ontonagon, a daughter, Julie Ann, June 7 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Church Events Mass — St. Paul's Lutheran The Junior Confirmation C 1 ass will meet Saturday at 9 a.m and the Senior Confirmation Class will meet at 10. Saffron comes in powdered and in thread form; if you use the latter, you may want to soak it before adding to a dish. For a fish stew, for example, use a half teaspoon saffron threads soaked in a tablespoon of hot water. Ann Landers Your Problems. IN CONCERT SUNDAY—Joan Volek, coloratura soprano, a former Ontonagon resident, and Frederick Oersten, baritone, will .present a concert Sunday, June 13, at 8:15 at the Ontonagon Community Building. A reception will be held in the library after the concert so that those attending may have the pleasure of meeting the singers. Tickets can be purchased at Ontonagon business places. The Ontonagon Woman's Club is sponsoring the concert. (House of Porter and Mass Photo Service Photos) 2926- Hankila-Miilu Nuptials Held MASS — In a nuptial service at Salem Lutheran Church, Hancock, last Saturday afternoon at 1:30, Mrs. Selma Hankila became the bride of William Miilu of L'Anse. The Rev. Rodney Hokenson performed the ceremony. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miilu of Rousseau. The bride was attired in a turquoise blue dress with white accessories and her corsage was fashioned of white carnations. Her attendant wore a black and white print dress. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served at the Venice Cafe, Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Miilu will reside at L'Anse on returning from a wedding trip to Sault Ste. Marie and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laakko were present at the ceremony. Dear Ann Landers: I was very disappointed that a sophisticated dame like you would fall for that tear-jerker. I refer to the letter from the kid who wrote about his dog who was hit by a car and left in the street to die. I'm with the driver If I hit a mutt I would not ruin the inside of my car taking him to an animal hospital. And I wouldn't stop and try to cheer up the kid either. People should know that most dogs are stupid and no match for modern traffic. Folks who love a dog will not allow him to run loose. In many cities there ts a law against it, but people ignor the law — and now and then a dog gets hit. If the dog means so little to the family that they don't keep him on a leash they deserve whatever they get. — NO PATSY Dear NO: I agree that dogs should not be allowed to run loose, but that was not the question. A driver who hits a dog should stop and do whatever he can to alleviate the animal's suffering. The dog is not to blame if a careless master allows him to run unleashed. You are my candidate for The Meanest Man In Town Award. Dear Ann it ft Landers: I am 20 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Case, daughter : Barbara, and Mrs. Jases' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Falger, have returned to Burr Oak after spending Memorial Day weekend here with the Clifford Williamses. Mr. <md Mrs. Orville Longrie, Mrs. Marguerite Beck, Mrs. Beatrice Wakeford, Mrs. Leo DeCaire, Joseph Provost, Thomas Thompson, Mrs. Earl Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and family, Marvin Stebbins Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bloomhuff were recent L'Anse callers. Einar Beck and Albert Marquette were recent Iron River callers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck, Nestoria, were recent c a 1 lers here. Mrs. Donald Beck and family, Grand Rapids, are visiting her parents, the Perry Thompsons, and the Walter Becks for a few weeks. Mrs. Marguerite Beck and Mrs. Leo Decaire left recently for Detroit to visit relatives. Muriel Mason, Flint, visited friends here recently while en route to Canada. Mrs. Frank Murphy was hostess of the women of the St. Francis Catholic Guild June 2 at her home. Games were played and prizes were awarded to the winners. At the close of the meeting, lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Carol Walls, Trout Creek, visited at the Marvin Stebbins Sr. home recently. David Maki returned to Kenosha after spending Memorial Day weekend here at the home of Laurice Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. William Rolloff and family, Cheboygan, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rolloff, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Krummi, Champion, spent a weekend here at their home. • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards, lower Michigan, spent a few days at their cabin. Mr. and Mrs. George Casten have returned to Ostego after spending a two week vacation with her father, Harry Mcln- tyre, and sister Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins, Peggy Ann and Tommy and SILHOUETTE ROSES!— Simply fill in the background on this border with cross-stitches, and presto—you will have a lovely silhouette rose strip to trim wearables and linens! Pattern No. 2926-H has hot- iron transfer for 3V4 yds. of 2Vz" wide border design; color chart. 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! Ontonagon Man to Speak Here Sunday Thomas J. Ryan, presiding ministpr of the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, announced today that Roy Lahti of the Ontonagon congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses will give Selfish World" will be his topic. Following the talk will be the weekly Watchtower discussion. This week's subject is "Mature Ministers Can Aid Others." All ressions are free and are held at the Kingdom Hall, corner of Superior Street and Midland Avenue. Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were recent Iron River callers. Jesse Bowers has returned to Flint, where he is employed, after spending Memorial Day weekend here at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Thompson visited relatives in Trout Creek. Mrs. Edward Whittaker, Detroit, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Rolloff. Charles Findley was a recent Bruce Mr. pry and baby, L'Anse, visited relatives here recently. George Goddard and Thomas Thompson were recent L'Anse callers. Mrs. Evelyn Longrie and son, Willarl, were recent Iron River callers Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green, Berrien Springs, are vacationing at their cabin for the summer. Crossing caller. and Mrs. Joseph Beau- Good Manners Make Friends NIA® Save"" Cash * Carry Way! CLEARY'S WISCONSIN GRADE "A" MILK 2 ™ 7fl c aallMM § U Len's Dairy Store W. Aurora Si. Iroaweod Ph. m-im Provide snack tables if a buffet includes men. ;he public talk at day. "Practicing 2 p.m. Sun- Love in a years old (boy) and have a driver's license but nothing to drive. For three years I have been asking my folks for a car. They say, "Go out and earn it." It is hard to get a job when you don't have a car. I've had six jobs since I dropped out of high school. None of them lasted very long, one of the problems is I can't get to work on time. If I had a ca the problem would be solved. When I am working I give my folks $15 a week room and board. Now they don't get anything. So you see it would be better for them if they bought me a car, too. It isn't as if they can't afford it. Both my parents are working and together they make $8,000 a year. I am not asking for a .Rolls Royce. Any make will do. Please give me a hand. —NEKD WHEELS Dear Wheels: A kid who can't get to work on time on public transportation is not likely to do better if he has his own car He'd probably do worse. My advice: Forget about a car and concentrate on a high schoo diploma. Either go back to school or take night courses Drop-cuts are a problem to so ciety, to their families and to themselves. Right now you need education—not wheels. 0 ft « Dear Ann Landers: My husband and I have.been married nearly 20 years. We are in our middle 40's. We moved to this city seven months ago and like it ver> much. My husband's mother wrote us several weeks ago that a third cousin of my husband lives in this city and she would like to see us. The woman was divorced several years ago and my husband remembers her as a "beautiful blonde." He hasn't seen her in 22 years. : Now my husband is nagging me to invite r.his woman to dinner. I keep making up excuses. The truth is if she has any looks left, and if she behaves like most divorcees, it could mean trouble. Am I right or wrong? —Mrs. Dear Mrs.: Wrong. If Cuz had ulterioi motives she would have called your husband at his place of business. She would not have written to his mother. Invite her to dinner and fast. Your reluctance may give your husband ideas he never had before. ft ft « Ann Landers will be glad to iclp you with your problems. Send them to her In care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field Enterpriser, toe. Dance Festival to Be Held on Sunday The annual Spring Dance Festival, with the Hiawatha Square Dance Club as host, will be held Sunday, June 13, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Ironwood National Guard Armory. Many dancers from the surrounding areas'are expected to attend. George Gargano Jr., H o y t Lakes, Minn., will be the featured caller. This will be the local club's 12th annual Spectators festival. are welcome along with the dancers. The Hiawatha Squares w i 1 > not hold a dance Saturday night. Mass Bible School Will Open Monday MASS — Vacation Bible School will begin Monday, June 14, and continue for two weeks. Additional teachers are needed and those who are willing to give of their time are asked to contact Mrs. Elma Kaarto o t Pastor A. A. Lepisto. The Vacation Bible School is a Joint venture with the Wainola church Porch Refresher By CECILY BROWNSTONE An easy-to-eat sponge cake that is just right on a warm day. Nibble tray, Swedish sponge cake, iced tea. SWEDISH SPONGE CAKE l'/2 cups unsifted regular flour l'/ 2 teaspoons baking powder V4 cup butter >/ 2 cup boiling water 3 large eggs 1 cup sugar Grated rind of 1 large lemon Grease a 2-quart fluted tube pan with 1 tablespoon butter; sprinkle with 1 tablespoon fine dry bread crumbs, shaking pan to distribute evenly. On a piece of wax paper, stir together the flour and baking powder. Pour the boiling water into a small mixing bowl; add the butter; stir until melted; cool. In a medium mixing bowl, beat eggs until foamy; gradually beat in the sugar; continue to beat, if necessary, until ivory color. Add flour mixture, water mixture and lemon rind; beat gently just until blended. Turn into prepared pan. Bake in a slow (325 degrees) oven for 1 hour or until cake begins to pull away from sides of pan and tester inserted in center cqmes out clean. Loosen edges with a spatula; turn out on wire rack; cool. 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