Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 12, 1965 · Page 5
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_ ( The World of Women SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1965. RECEIVES DEGREE — Miss Geri Dubbe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dubbe, 115 W. Francis St., received the bachelor of science degree in nursing at the commencement exercises held at the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Sunday, June 6. Miss Dubbe was graduated from Luther L. Wright High School in June 1961. While attending the College of St. Scholastica, Miss Dubbe was a member of the Skyline Singers, Playmakers' Guild, Minnesota Nurses' Students Association, International Club and participated in the activities of the People to People Organization. She received her nursing education in St. Mary's Hospital and the St. Louis County Department of Public Health. After taking the state board examination in Minneapolis on June 14 and 15, Miss Dubbe will go to Elkhart, Ind., where she. has. a position in the Elkhart General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbe and their daughter, Fredi, who just completed her first year at the same school attended the commencement. Guesf Pastor at Assembly of God The Rev. Esther Nordine of Downey, Calif., will speak at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the Assembly of God Church, the Rev. N. L. Shotwell, pastor, announced today. The Rev. Mrs. Nordine is a former resident of this area and has been visiting in the city since being called here because of the death of her father, Carl Englund. She will be returning to California soon to join her husband, the Rev. Wilfred Nordine, where they serve as pastors of the Downey Assembly of God Church. Pastor Shotwell will be ministering and speaking at the evening service at 7:30. The youth service is at 6:30. The Vacation Bible School will continue next week with the first session Monday at 9 a.m. . Day in History By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, June 12, the 163rd day of 1965. There are 202 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1918, the first airplane bombing raid by a U.S. unit in World War I was mada when the 96th Bombardment Squadron bombed the railroad yards at Dommary Baroncourt, 24 miles from Metz. On this date In 1665, New York City was incorporated under English law. In 1930, Max Schmeling of Germany was fouled in the fourth round by Jack Sharkey and succeeded Gene Tunney, retired heavyweight boxing cham- Ellos and Hilts Nuptials Held Miss Lynn A. Ellos, daughter of Mrs. John P. Vanicky, 307 Poplar St., Hurley, was united in marriage to Clayton M Hilts, Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs Milo Hilts, Route 1, Taylor, Wis., in a ceremony performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Prock at St. Maty of the Seven Dolars Catholic Church, Hurley, at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 5. The bride was. presented in marriage by her mother. Rose patterned lace and sheer organza were combined to fashion the floor length Emp Ire gown worn by the bride. The all-lace bodice featured a wide, scooped neckline and 1 o ng sleeves. Emphasized by the high rise waistline, the reed slim organza skirt was slit at the back hemline. Her bouffant veil of pure silk illusion, with blusher, was dramatized by an open crown coronet crown of re-embroidered lace flowerets embellished with opalescent beading. Her crescent bouquet was coin- prised of a large white rose surrounded by white carnations Miss Myrna L Ellos was her sister's maid of honor She wore a light blue Empire dress with a dark blue panel in the back. The bodice featured a scoop neckline and three quarter-length sleeves. Her headpiece was fashioned of carnations edged with blue matching I her gown. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Thomas H i 1 ts. and ushers were John Haugen and Erling Breivik. The wedding dinner was held at the Bell Chalet Hurley, and the wedding reception, at which the bride and bridegroom r e ceived 150 guests, was held at the bride's home. After a short wedding trip to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Hilts will reside in Milwaukee. The bride, a graduate of t h e J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, attended Card inal Stritch College two years. The bridegroom, a graduate of Taylor High School, served in the Marine Corps four years and is now employed by Leo Leiberman Inc., Milwaukee. MRS. CLAYTON M. HILTS Shower Is Given For Karen DeMarchi A personal bridal shower was given for Miss Karen DeMarchi on June 7 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeMarchi, Ramsay. The home was decorated with tiny umbrellas, lilacs and apple blossoms. A buffet luncheon was served by the hostesses, Miss Di a n e Gustafson, Miss Marie P i n t er and Mrs. Raymond Gedda. A price was won «by Mrs. Clarence Winkowski, mother of the prospective bridegroom. Many lovely gifts were received by Miss DeMarchi, who will be married to Walter Winkowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winkowski, Bessemer, on Aug. 28. Stamp News By SYD KRONISH The 5-cent U.S. stamp to com- memoiate the 20th anniversary of the United Nations will be issued on June 26 with first-day ceremonies in San Francisco. This is the site where the U.N. charter was drawn up in 1945. The design shows clasped hands within '.he symbolic U.N. wreath. Since this is also the International Cooperation Year, that inscription appears atop the new stamp. Collectors desiring first-d a y cancellations may send their addressed envelopes, together with remittance to cover the cost of the stamps to be affixed, to the Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif., prior to June 26. 6 ft it The completely revised Harris" "Statesman" stamp album, 1965 edition, is now off the presses 5042-N CUTE CATCH-ALLS — Looking for a shower-gift? Why not make a set of these cute catchalls—one for her hosiery; the other for his socks! Pattern No. 5042-N has trace- off-patterns; full directions. 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! Phyllis A. Cardmi, J. T. Bunthoff Wed In a nuptial high Mass at St. Veronica's Catholic Church, Milwaukee, Saturday, May 22, at 11 a.m. Miss Phyllis Ann Cardini, 324 W. Howard Ave., Milwaukee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Cardini of Ironwood and Milwaukee, repeated vows with John Thomas Bunthoff, 3555 S. Brust Ave., Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bunthoff, Cincinnati, O. The Rev. Joseph Frederick performed the double ring ceremony preceding the celebration of the Mass. Miss Cardini was escorted down the white' carpeted aisle by her father, who presented her in marriage The bride wore a full length, princess style gown of p u re white silk organza over taffeta, featuring a scoop neckline and long pointed sleeves. A s e e d pearl embroidered panel highlighted the skirt front. The full back skirt, accented with a beaded bow and streamers at the waist, flowed Into a chapel train. Her pure silk organza headpiece graced with roses and petals and set in seed pearls, held the tiered veil and blusher of silk illuson. Her bouquet of white carnations, centered with pink miniature roses, was accented with lemon leaves and white streamers. Miss Geraldine Wedge, cousin of the bride, Kiel, Wis.. was maid of honor and Mrs. Michael Billmyer, South Milwaukee, was bridesmaid. They wore identical floor length dresses with jackets of orchid organza over taffeta, and matching headpieces of orchid organza with bouffant veil Ann Landers ... .Answers Your Problems. (Lincoln Studio Photo) MRS. JOHN T. BUNTHOFF School and You By SUSAN LIGHT Dear Mrs. Lawrence: I hope you can help my husband and me in a decision we are trying to make. Since our daughter was 5 in January, she can start first grade this fall. I think, however, we should wait until 1966 to send her. She would still be only 6 that September. I am worried that she may have to struggle to learn. If we wait another year, things may come easier for her. I must add that she is a normal, average child. My husband and others think she should go this fall. They say, "Why make the child miss a year that she could be going to school?" But a teacher told me she P. Kending to Be At Covenant Church Paul Kending will be the guest speaker at the Sunday morning worship service at 9:30 at the Bethany Covenant Church, the Rev. Ralph T. Dirksen has announced. pion. In 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt established the Office of War Information and named Elmer Davis director. In 1947, Mildred (Babe) Didrickson Zaharias won the British Women's Golf Championship, the first American to do so. Ten years ago West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer took off on a visit to the United States. Five years ago — President Dwight Eisenhower left Washington on a two-week trip to he Far East. One year ago — Russia and East Germany signed a 20-year treaty of friendship and cooperation. Church Events . St. Luke's Lutheran. A special voters' meeting will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. .Salem and Grace Lutheran. The Luther Leaguers will meet at 1:30 p.m. Sunday to go to the John Meyer cottage for a picnic, swimming and water skiing. Good Manners Make Friends and is available in loose-leaf form. There are 16,000 illustrations and total spaces for over 25,000 stamps. The new edition is increased by 42 illustrated pages over the previous one. It is for all countries of the world, including the newest such as Fujeira, Malawi, Ras al Khai- ma, Tanzania, Uum al Qiwain and Zambia. Also included is section on "How To Collect Stamps." This is Harris' best and costs only $4.95. The album can be purchased directly from H.E. Harris & Co., Box A. Boston, Mass. 02117. a a a Eire will issue a new stamp to commemorate the centenary of the birth of the poet William Butler Yeats. The stamps will come in two denominations. The 5 pence will bear a portrait of Yeats in black on a brown background with a green marginal bar.«The 1 shilling 5 pence will have the portrait in black on a green background with the marginal har in brown. Collectors in this country wishing first-day covers on special cachet may write to Irish Cachet Covers, 947 E. 32nd St., Brooklyn, NY 11210. The cost of a complete set on special cover is $l. <r it ft In winter, sand in the Sahara Desert cools so quickly that there may be frost during the night. SAFE* DEPENDABLE long distance and local patient transfer service at reasonable rates. AERO *MODERN OXYGEN THERAPY ^Licensed male or female nurs* oa each call DIAL 561-3131 NIA® Reading helps dispel boredom. Summer Clothing Needs Custom-Care Keeps your clothing brighter, fresher, when they are given this special cleaning care. COSTS MO MORE! SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 E. McLeod DU1932-4332 Free Pickup end Delivery France is conducting an allout "Welcome and Hospitality" campaign and is aiming U directly at U.S. tourists. One phase of the campaign is in the form of a new postage stamp showing a pretty and smiling French girl. The stamp is rose, green and white. The smiling mademoiselle wears a straw bonnet and offers a basket overflowing with summer flowers. The stamp value is 60 centimes (about 12 cents) so that letters sent home to the U.S. by tourists will bear the stamp on surface mail anc can be used with another 35 centimes stamp for airmail. o -a 0 It is ironic that the Dominican Republic, on the eve of its rev olution. issued a set of three stamps honoring the 75th anni versary of the Organization o; American States. she could really divide her class in half, according to whether the children are still five or have turned six when they enter school. She says the children who are already six learn more asily.— UNDECIDED. ANSWER: Not knowing your hild, I hesitate to influence you n making a decision that will ffect her entire school life. The ollowiftg information, however, may help you look at the matte'r more objectively. According to recent studies at he Gesell Institute of Child De- irelopment, half of the children n any given grade may be over- placed in school. Since most children enter school on the basis of ihronological age alone, each five ir six-year-old (as the case may ie) starts first grade even though lis developmental age may be actually only three or four. The irst year of school becomes an mpossible struggle for a child who isn't ready for it. The Gesell specialists recommend a series of performance ests to determine a child's de- elopmental age. Designed for children 5 through 10, the series ncludes a Copy Form Test, he Incomplete Man Test, and writing name, address, numbers and letters. Your school may be able to administer these tests, or similar ones, to your daughter, or refer you to someone who can. Some schools use them to screen pre- kindergarteners. "School Readiness," newly published text by Frances L. Ilg and Louise Bates Ames (Harper & Row), has a section for teachers and parents which you may find helpful. If I were in your shoes, I would let the test results guide me in deciding when to send m y daughter to school. NOW ... NEW N ORGE APPLIANCES aro at GENISOT'S TV A APPLIANCES 102 E. Aurora Dial 932-0330 ing. Kenneth Mautz, Milwaukee, was best man and Michael Billmyer was groomsman Ushers were Paul Bunthoff, brother of the bridegroom, and Joseph Jr. cousin of the bride. Brunch was served at T h e Oak at 1 p.m., where there were place settings for 31 and an evening reception was held at the same place, with the couple greeting 250 relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bunthoff are residing at 3555 S. Brust Ave., Milwaukee, following their 10 day wedding trip to Ohio. The bride, a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, was employed at C u t ler-Hamm e r Inc., prior to her marriage. The groom, a graduate of Rodger Bacon Catholic High School, Cincinnati, O., is employed at Perfex Corp. Attending the wedding from this area were Mr. and Mrs. John Nasi Sr., and Mrs. George Petrusha, Ironwood; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cardini Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cardini and daughters, Gile. • dockland Personals Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fredrickson recently visited the Robert Fredrickson family i n L'Anse. Fourth grade students of the Rockland School made a t o u r of the new Ontonagon jail, the Hoerner Box plant and the Ontonagon Herald office, accompanied by their instructor, Mrs. Leslie Goard and Mrs. Robert Sheveland. Students making the tour were James and Laurie Pantti, Dean Sheveland, D o ris Lindberg, Debra Penegor, Kim Miilu, Toivo Mykkanen, G o r don Seid, Leanne Reid and Marie LaPlant. Mrs. Gust Erickson has r e turned home from the Baraga County Memorial Hospital a t L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson were Duluth callers r e- cently. Alan Carr was a patient at Baraga County Memorial Hospital, L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gougeon were recent callers in South Range. Richard M. Erickson, ABHAN, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Erickson, arrived home Presbyterian Meet Held at Waukesha The Synod of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Synodical Society of the United Presbyter! a n Church in the U. S. A met for their 114th annual session on the campus of Carroll College, Waukesha, June 7-10 for the presentation of various reports significant to the future of the work of the church. Prominent speakers included Dr. Edler Hawkins, who retired this month as moderator of the 176th General Assembly; D r and Mrs. H. Kenn Carmichael, education missionaries serving in Beirut, Lebanon; Miss Helen M. Crawford, author of " Jo n ah," the Bible study guide for 1966, and Miss Lillian Anthony, area representative o f the Commission on Ecunemical Mission and Relations. Theme for this year, "Called to Be Free and Obedient," was realized through use of many mediums. The drama, "Con struction," presented by the Waukesha cast, effectively portrayed the continuing crucifixion of Christ by mankind. Elected to serve as president of Synodical for a term of three years was Mrs. Gilbert B o y d of Wauwatosa, and elected as moderator for a term of o n e year was the Rev. Paul B. Dol- dens of Mequon. The retirl n g moderator is the Rev. Marvin Kausler of Ashland. Oscar E. Olson, ruling elder of Ironwood First Presbyterian Church, who died Sept. .3, 1964, was remembered during the memorial service held Monday night. Attending from Ironwood was Mrs. Ralph Allender, chairman of Synodical nominating com - mittee. Dear Ann Landers: My husband and I are in our middle sixties. We have grandchildren in high school. In our 44 years of marriage I have never worried about Horace and other women. He i s nice looking and has fine manners, but I can't recall anyone making goo-goo eyes at him. Horace's hobby is letter-writing. He has been corresponding with high school and c o 11 e ge friends. One woman whose letters he particularly enjoys lives in Maine. He hasn't seen her since 1917. She also has grandchildren. Six months ago this woman lost her husband. She wrote recently that she is planning a trip out our way and would like to stop in this city. Her letter read, "I would enjoy seeing you again, Horace." Then she scribbled in the margin — "and your dear wife, of course." I don't know how I feel about this. How SHOULD I feel? — WONDERING , Dear Wondering: Relaxed. I this woman has a picture in her mind's eye of Horace as he looked 48 years ago she is in fo a shock. Usually when old s c h oo chums get together they talk about Skinny and Swede and Red. Then they switch to storie; about their grandchildren. Both agree the other has changed very little and they wind u p talking about their rheumatism. it & it Dear Ann Landers: Will you please sit back and let me be Ann Landers for a few minutes? I'd like to give some advice to the young girl w ho married an older man. I'm qualified to speak on this subject because I was a teen-age bride who did the same dumb thing. You may think a "mature" man is more interesting, Girls, but after the honeymoon i s over and you take a good look at him he is just an ordinary, middle-aged guy — like your father. Every week when he has to young man who lives in t col- ege town. Winter, s u flu mer, spring and fall, the buses ar« oaded with coeds. The question s this: When I have • datt with my girl am I supposed to get up and give my bus seat to any woman who is standing? This seems like the mannerly thing to do, but when a fellow is out with his girl he enjoys sitting next to her. Does it make sense that t guy should stand and his d a t c should spend all that time sitting next to a stranger? — POLITE OR IMPOLITE Dear Polite: If you surrender your seat, that is. But if you remain seated on the bus while women are standing, then I must address you as Dear Impolite, ft 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. 196S. Field EnterprllM. 1M. turn a big part of his p a y check over to his first wife and family you ask yourself, "Was he such a bargain after all?" after a while he'll get teary- eyed talking about "his wonderful kids." Such talk can make you feel awfully guilty if y o u have no children, and resentful if you do. I just figured it out, Ann when our son joins the Boy Scouts his father will be 66 years old, which is no age to be taking field trips. When our daughter graduates from high school her father will be 73. If I had to do it over again— I wouldn't. — SMART TOO LATE Dear Too Late: Some May- December marriages have been known to work out, but obvious ly you were not one of the fortunate ones. You should have worked out the arithmetic BE FORE you were married. ft * a Dear Ann Landers: I am a Time Schedule for Services Announced ONTONAGON — The Rev. George A. Luciani has announced the following schedule of services to be observed in all Methodist churches in the area., beginning Sunday, June 13, and until further' notice: White Pine, 7:30 a.m.; Ontonagon, 9 a.m.; Rockland, 10:15 a.m., and Greenland, 11:15 a.m. Earth's core is made up largely of metallic iron, second most abundant metal on earth, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica. CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT... Everyone says theres hardly a time that they visit the Sky View when there's not some sort • of construction going on. We believe that constant improvement is part of good business; we make it a habit in all phases of ours. SKY VIEW NURSING HOME 309 Iron St. Hurley, Wis. Dial 511-SMt May 30 from the carrier USS Hancock for 28 days leave. Erickson has been serving with the 7th Fleet in the South China Sea, and after his leave will return to his ship in Alameda, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oman, Wauwatosa, Wis., spent a weekend with the Andrew Bartanen and Herbert Fredrickson families. Colleen McCracken, who has been a student at Northland College, Ashland, has returned to her home here. Miss Miriam Razmus, Duluth, spent a few days with her par- Births .Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Bessemer, a daughter, June 11 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Bunion Committee Will Meet Tuesday > The L.L. Wright High Schoo class of 1945 reunion committe will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. a the home of Mrs. June Lind berg, 128 W. Ggoebic St. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo R a z- mus. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Milde, daughter, Peggy, and son, Brian. Dollar Bay, visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza Spitz. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hodge, New London, Wis., recently visited the Charles Wilber fam- fly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and daughters, Iron Mountain, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seid. CUP THIS COUPON EXTRA FREE GOLD BOND OR S & H GREEN STAMPS with this coupon and your cash purchase of 4.00 or more from Hamachek's Rexall Drug Storo Club Activities The Ironwood Veterans o Foreign Wars Auxiliary wi have a business meeting Mon day night at 8 at the VFW clu rooms. Plans for summer activ ties will be made. Lunch will b served after the meeting. Lily of the Valley Rebek a Lodge will meet Tuesday nigh at 7:30 at the Odd Fellows Tern pie. Hostesses are Mrs. Richar Osborne, Mrs. William Paul an Mrs. Russell Larson. ENGAGED—Mrs. Donna An-. derson, 125 N. Mansfield St., an-, nounces the engagement of her , daughter, Colleen, to .ton Langdon, AA, USN, son of Mtv and Mrs. Douglas Langdon, 742 Sun-' set Rd. No definite wedding plans have been made. Sunday Buffet By CECILY BROWNSTONE Plenty of appetizers for company. Stuffed celery, rolls, cold meat. platter, cheese plate, cooked vegetable salad,- meringue torte with fruit. STUFFED CELERY 2 bunches celery 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, soft 1 wedge (3 ounces) Roquefort ; cheese, crumbled : Heavy cream 2 tablespoons each minced fresh dill and chives ; 1 teaspoon caraway seeds Salt and paprika Trim celery; cut ribs into-3- inch pieces; wash, drain and<di:y, with toweling. Beat together the" cheese; beat in just 'enough' heavy cream to make the consistency of very stiff whipped cream. Fold in dill, chives and caraway; add salt to taste. Spoon into celery cavities; sprinkle with paprika; chill. For an elegant touch, fill celery by pressing the cheese mixture through a pastry bag with a. star tip. Makes 10 to 12 appetizer servings. Note: The 3 ounces of Rogue- . fort called for will be 8 A cup crumbled or Va cup packed.. INVITATIONS , Friends, Neighbors & Relatives' are cordially invited to attend The 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION HONORING Mr. * Mrs. August S Pasqualucci ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19 1 from 2 PM to 8 PM at their •• home in Montreal, Wis. No other invitations will be sent" It's SLIM-SUIT SEASON HAMACHEK'S REXALL STORE Across the Street from tht Lake Superior District Power Co.. Ironwood Slim Down with Milk It's the fun way. Gives you the happy satisfaction of good food value without adding weight. Great for men, too. Keeps energy and spirits high. Gives you the proteins, minerals and vitamins active bodes need. Wit** "Quality Controlled from Dairy Farm to You" Brookvale's Grade "A" Milk AT YOUR DOOR - AT YOUR STORE Brookvale Dairy A Quality Line of Pasteurized Products Dial 932-1600 Pleasing Our Customer's TaslO for Good Milk for Over 40 Yoart

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