Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 14, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, June 14, 1965
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The World of Women SIX MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965. BRUSH ON A PRETTIER FACE— A deft hand plays a major role in making the most of one's facial features. Brush-on powder and liquid toners highlight cheek bones, hide dark circles under the eyes. The model clefti uses a brush-on shadow toner in a deep beige. It casts a shadow on areas to be played down. Here the model reduces the width of her cheeks by sucking in her cheeks and brushing the toner in the hollow formed. A tapered brush helps the model (center) apply a dry eyebrow make-up for a soft, natural look. A pointed brush can be used wet with the colored eyebrow cake for a fine line. Eye artistry continues (right) with the use of a white translucent pressed powder brushed under the eye. School and You l*y SUSAN LIGHT Dear Mrs. Light: Your comments on the question of "cribbing" concluded with a very significant recom m e n d a t i o n— "emphasis on reasoning rat h er than memorization." This is a breath of sanity amid the chaos of education and for me expresses the entire purpose of our search for knowledge. The nompulsive drive for good grades does not often carry any degree of appreciation for the ! subject per se. "Get by and for' get it" seems to be the moti- | vation. As an employer of the output of our schools. I am baffled by the lack of basic competence after 12 years of schooling. The remedy cannot be instituted by "eduators" in an ivory tower. Their background is in itself a disqualification for facing up to FRENCH ACCENT—A touch of Paris is being added to New York's warm weather scene with the increasing popularity of sidewalk cafes. Here, French actress the problems that Mr. Employer meets at every turn. The latter should be able to say, "Mr. Educator, here is what we need; your job is to supply it." I fear there is very little such communication except in the field of manual training. H it i) Those who qualify for higher education may be less restricted by the needs of practicality, but the 18-year-old who enters the business world is too often hobbled with a smattering of protoplasm, genes, mutation, etc., and a woeful lack of basic know- how. TERRIFIC TEEN— Kathijean Keene, 13 V of Jupiter, Fla., is already an established actress- dancer-singer. The talented teenager is now considering becoming a professional model. Kathi- jean lost 90 per cent of her hearing during a siege of the mumps when she was 3, but the handicap hasn't slowed her rise to stardom. Weber-Kerkes Nuptials Held In a nuptial service at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Anl- wa, Wis., Saturday. June 5, at 11 a.m., Miss Margaret Weber, 408V4 N. 1st Ave.. W a u s a u, Wis., and Thomas Kerkes, 418 i Dorr St., Antigp Wis., were united in marriage with the Rev. Arnold Schmidt officiating Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, Route 1, Vniwa, and Mr. and Mrs. Gazy <erkes, 102 E. Aurora St., are arents of the bridegroom. The bride's floor length gown f peau de sole, with separate andkerchief chapel length rain, was styled with a bateau eckline, elbow length s)ee v e s nd empire waistline with A-line kirt. Re-embroidered Alenconj ace in lavish pearl design was! ppliqued on the bodice and rain. A matching Alencon lace pen rose bridal head piece 'dged with pearls held her bouf- ant veil of pure silk Eng 1 i sh llusion. Her crescent cascade bouquet was of pink roses and tvhite feathered carnations. Attending the bride as maid jf honor was her sister. Miss auline Weber, Aniwa, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Roger Steiber, Wausau, and Miss Roseyn Andraschko, Birnamwo o d, Ms. The bridal aides wore powder blue floor length dress of or- anza over bouquet taffeta. They vere fashioned with modif i e d quare necklines, trumpet belled sleeves and empire bodices with semi-sheath skirts. Swiss lace ooped with organza accen ted he waistlines with a Watteau >anel at the back Flora 1 looped lairbraid hats with pearl and crystal trim and pouf veils completed their attire. George Kerkes was his brother's best man, and two other jrothers, James of Coon Rapids, Winn., and William of Minocqua, Wis., were groomsmen Serving as ushers were Francis Weber, Aniwa, and Gary Gobervl 11 e. Antigo. The wedding brunch, reception and dinner were held at the Club Normandy E a u Jlaire Dells, Wis. The bride and bridegroom greeted more than 200 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Kerkes traveled to Loretto, Colo., for their wedding trip. They will be at home at 608 Mendlik Ave., Antigo, Wis., after Aug. 21. The bride, a 1961 graduate of Birnamwood High School, was employed at Employers Mutual of Wausau, West Side, prior to her marriage. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Ambrose High School and Northland Coll e g e and attended Wisconsin State University Graduate School, Superior. He is an instructor in the Antigo Senior High School. Out of town guests were from Minnesota, Michigan, Minocqua and Little Chute. Wis. Yvonne Constant catches up on: HOW about a column on the her home town news while relaxing at a Fifth Avenue open-air cafe. Senate Subcommittee Names Special Counsel WASHINGTON (AP)— Richard J. Barber of Detroit has been named special counsel of the Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee, committee chairman Philip A. Hart, D-Mich announced Sunday Barber, visiting associate professor at the Yale University Law School, was born in Detroit in 1932. He was a graduate of Wayne State University and Wayne University Law School. Don't over-bake those brownies if you want them to have a soft fudgelike quality! If a wire caketester inserted in the center comes out clean, the brownies may be over-baked! This standard test for cake doesn't always work with brownies. subject — MR H.A.T. Answer: You've just written it for me. Thank you! Having been in the business world for several years before returning to education, I can appreciate your viewpoint. I remember, for example, the 15 girls who applied for a position as research secretary to a consulting psychologist. They all had a major in psychology. But none of them could type, take shorthand, use a dictaphone and file—the basic requirements for the job. In all A * fairness to educators, however, the 18-year-old you mention may have been exposed to "basic know-how," but it just didn't "t.ake." Practical courses are all too often used as "dumping grounds" for the poorer students who are not heading for college. Teachers do the best they can for these students, but it is virtually impossible to teach some of them enough to LOSING FACE — It's gettin harder to tell who's who, due t today's hairdos. This face-hidin creation, by Mr. Ruel of New York, covers the forehead an one eye and is said to create a air of mystery. The mystery i who's hiding behind the hair. meet the standards of "Mr. Em ployer." I agree should be that the curriculum revised. But I onl IToburen Photo Studio) MRS. THOMAS KERKES Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: I upset by the letter from was the to watch him sleep so please don't print my initnials or the name of this city. Just sign me. — MRS. CONTENTED Dear Mrs. You sound like a lady in love.—How lovely—for both of you. •ft 6 « Dear woman who wanted to tie her husband's Jaws together with a silk stocking to keep him from snoring. Some women may think I'm nutty as a fruitcake but the sound of may husband snori n g, wag 17 j iejj is the sweetest sound I know. It h j „ dmms , a well . tells me that he is at my side- k £ b * d r was stubbo rn, where he belongs. Not only do I enjoy hearing him snore, but I love to look at the face when he is asleep. He looks so much like our Son when he was a baby. There is a quality of innocence in his face that reduces me to mush. H i s hair is mussed up, like a little boys, and his lips have a mischievous curve. My husband has no idea I like foolish and full of romantic fantasies. When I became pregnant I was glad because I thought sure Ed would marry me. I was wrong. He said if I tried to Club Activities The Knights and Ladies of Kaleva will meet Tuesday night at the Kaleva Hall. The worn- force a marriage he'd swear the baby wasn't his and get two of his buddies to testify in court that his story could be true. A friend of my older brother heard of my trouble and asked me to marry him. He said he had always been in love with me and wanted to take care of me and the child. I agreed. It is not true that you can't en will meet at 7 and the men I learn to love a person. I learned SCHOLARSHIP — Miss Darlene Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg, 125 N. Curry St., has been awarded the Dorothy Giacherio Memorial Scholarship by the Ironwood Business and Profressional Women's Club and will attend Gogebic Community College next fall. Miss Berg was graduated from the Luther L. Wright High School on June 4 and while in high school was a member of the Latin and Pep Clubs, Girls' Athletic Association and the Ski Club. She was the typing editor at 7:30 Lunch will be served by the women. The Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will plan summer activities at a meeting tonight at 8 in the VFW club-j rooms. Lunch will be served after the meeting. Lily of the Valley Rebe k a h Lodge will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Odd Fellows Temple. Hostesses are Mrs. Richard to love my husband and I'd put our marriage up against anyone's. Ed's child is now four years old. And I now have a little girl. The drummer boy called yesterday from Detroit. He is playing a job here next week and wants to see me and "his son." He says he has never been able to forget me and now he wants to patch things up. When I told him "No", he said he has legal Osborne, Mrs. William Paull and: rights. Does he? I am so confused and frightened I don't Mrs. Russell Larson. Indtenhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc . has changed its meeting time and place for the summer months. Rehears a 1 s will be held Tuesday nights at 7:30 at maculate Conception School, Wakefield. know what to do. He is calling again next week. Please give me some advice.—BAD PAST Dear Past: The drummer boy «, „ • * 1,011 ~r T™ i nas no Ie 8 al rights. When he the parish hall of Im- ca , ls , tell him to take w • Conception Cath o 1 i c drum asnd beat it <r A A Dear Ann Landers: I want RECEIVES DEGREE — Miss Marie T. Anglim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Anglim, Lake Road, received her bachelor of science degree in special education, majoring in teaching mentally handicapped, Saturday, June 12 from Eastern Michigan University, Ypsllanti. While at EMU, Marie was a member of Sigma Nu Phi Sorority, Newman Club, All University Social Committee, All U.niverslty Homecoming Committee and the Associated Women Students Club. She was given a federal traineeship from the -Department of Health, Education and Welfare for her senior year. Miss Anglim will teach in the Center Line School District during the 1965-66 school year. Miss Anglim is a 1961 graduate of St. Ambrose High School. Births Burrhell. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Burchell, Forbes Air . , of the Hematite and is a mem- Vnrf ,~. r,,,,,- Tn npka i , «,„ XT«H—i tr—.. 0^1 *oice ease, ropeka, you to know before you this letter that I am no kid. I'm a married woman. My friends Church Events Grace Lutheran. The Boy Scouts will meet Tuesday night at 7. St. Paul Lutheran. The Chancel Choir will rehearse Tuesday night at 7. Bethany Covenant. A "work bee" will be held tonight. All men are asked to take part. Salvation Army. A rummage sale will be held Tuesday begin- re'ad ning at 8 a.m. at the form e r Silver Cup building, Lowell and Aurora Streets. The young peo- her of the National Honor Society. She is active in the Luther League and Youth for a Better Ironwood. She will major in medical technology. Studio Photo) (Kenny's Sharp Shopping WITH CYNTHIA Knowing where to go fo r the right kind of help is the crux of worrisome problems. This especially is true of women with financial responsibilit i e s . The young adult in college needs such an oasis, so does the Denys Baibibeau and M. G. Vargovich Wed Denys Day Baribeau and Michael George Vargovich, Saxon, were united in marriage Saturday, June 5, at 10 a.m. Oscar Wodraska, justice of the peace, Bessemer, performed the cere- money. The bride is the daughter ;of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baribeau, Saxon, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Stella Sparks, Ironwood. For her wedding, Miss Baribeau chose a two-piece dress of cotton lace and nylon acetate. The dress of white and baby blue was trimmed with a rayon satin bow. Her accessories were a baby blue clutch purse and shoes. .. ,. _ „ . a 6-year-old. Am I? son, June 13. Mrs. Burchell is the former Virginia V e 11 n, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. V.H. Velin, 223 W Ridge St. Aspinwall. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aspinwall, Wausau. Wis., a daughter, June 13. Mrs. Aspinwall is the former Jean Margetta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert Margetta, Lake Road, and Mr. Aspinwall's parents are Mr. and Mrs George Aspinwall, Michigan Avenue. Suvanto. Mr. and Mrs W i i- liarri Suvanto, Ironwood, a son, today at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Barri. Mr. and Mrs Ronald Barri, Ontonagon. a son, June 9 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. My little dog was very deer to pie will have a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. Wesley Methodist. Mary Cir- me. I thought more of Poke than i cle will meet Tuesday at the I do of most of my friends. Last week Poke became ill. I was in bed with the flu and Gribble - Rowe cottage, Lake Gogebic. A picnic supper will be served. could not take him to the vet, so i Apostolic Lutheran. Services I asked my sister to take him. i will be held Tuesday night at Poke died on the way to the hospital. I was so attached to Poke I can't stop thinking about him. I find myself getting his food and listening for his scratching ; an> 7:30 with the Rev. Wilfred Sikkila, New Ipswich, N. H., as guest speaker. Services will be held Wed- at the door. My friends have told me to get another dog. I'm nesday and Thursday, June 16 and 17, at 7:30 p.m. with August afraid I couldn't bear ta go Tor ° la ° f Finland * «*arge. through this agony again. What ; Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. Ruth Circle will meet Tuesday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. do you say?—HOUSTON All Day Picnic Held At Fertile Cottage An all day picnic was enjoyed by members of the Parkway \ brought to you. If he hadn't Dear Houston: Life is full of risks. Those who are afraid to make an emotional investment for fear of being hurt cheat themselves of the most meaningful part of living. Your suffering, in a sense, is a measure of the joy Poke Andrew Store and Sarah Circle will meet at the same time at the home of Mrs. Ray Martin. THANK YOU The family of Oren W. LaVoy wish to express their sincere thanks to everyone for their kind expressions of sympathy in our homemake"and the sinele caV Mr and Mrs Michael Maed-1 Home Study Group Wednesday i™ e a n t a great deal you hour of sorrow. We are grateful noinemaKer, ana me s>mgie ca- mi. dim mm. mn,n<iei ividgu „„*__ n m,, „„*,.— „ i wouldn't hP <?n hPi-pfr Opt an. to thp RPV .Tamp* wiiiawi <v«- hi. wish some of the children could be revised, too. Phone 932-2211 Today for Miss Ad-Taker and Turn Your "Don't Wants" into CASH IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE The Haw Newspaper of th« Oogebic Rant* a*d The Ontonagon Country Woman Sails For Hawaii LOS ANGELES (AP)—A tiny sloop with a petite blonde as its only crew is somewhere off the Southern California coast, its destination Hawaii—at least 30 days sailing and 2,300 miles away. Sharon Sites' 25-footer, the Sea Sharp, has no radio. She set sail from a small-craft harbor here Saturday and hasn't been reported since small craft es- i corting her turned back off Catalina Island. Mrs. Sites, 34, vows she will be the first woman to sail alone to the islands. She'll have toi make it by sail alone. Her sloop has an auxiliary engine, but she took no fuel. Mrs. Sites, a divorcee, quit her job as a dental secretary and invested her $9,000 savings in the boat and the trip. She had aboard enount> r T< for 65 days and \v:i' . t \ She expected to ivat.. : .n 30 to 40 cltiys. reer woman. Next to seeking a good supermarket, the busy woman needs to shop for a bank, for example, that offers her a variety of services. These include regular and special checking accounts, regular savings accounts, special-purpose savings accounts such as Christmas and vacation clubs, personal loans, auto loans, home mortgages and safe deposit facilities. Savings banks and savings and loan associations may provide one or more of the s e services, but a commercial bank offers all of them under one roof. It is well to establish an account with such a bank, although you also may open savings accounts with the others. The increasing need for special services for women has led banks to set up facilities to meet problems peculiar to her. Many banks offer lectures for women on budgeting and stock investing. Some have a full-time budgeting counselor for women. When looking for a bank consider its covenient location to your office or home, its special services to help simplify banking procedures for women. If you have children, a bank with a drive-up window may be your choice. The personal feeling you get- about a bank also influen c e s how much you make use of the services it offers. It isn't unreasonable then to talk with some of the executives and floor personnel to gain an impression. ziak attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Vargovich will reside at Mercer, Wis. Mrs. Vargovich attended J. E. Murphy High School, Hur 1 e y, and her husband attended Luther L. Wright High School. He is serving in the U. S. Army. Ever serve creamed chicken in a casserole? Alternate layers of the chicken with its sauce with sliced hard-cooked eggs in the baking dish; sprinkle with buttered bread crumbs and heat in a moderate oven. June Wedding By CECILY BROWNSTONE Just right for that bridal reception. Ribbon sandwiches, deviled ham and egg sandwiches, green and ripe olives, salted nuts, wedding cake, champagne punch. RIBBON SANDWICHES 1 package (8 ounces cream cheese. 2 tablespoons crumbled blue cheese Vi pound Cheddar cheese, grated (1 cup) Va cup real mayonnaise Dash of cayenne pepper 16 slices white bread 8 slices whole-wheat bread With a spoon, blend the cream cheese and blue cheese. Stir together the Cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, pimiento and cayenne. Trim crushes from brea d; slightly flatten slices with a rolling pin. Spread white bread with extra mayonnaise; spread half of these slices with the blue cheese mixture. Spread all whole wheat slices with Cheddar mixture. Make 8 stacks of 3 layers each, beginning with blue cheese layer, then adding cheddar layer, then remaining white bread, mayonnaise side down, j Chill. Cut each stack into 5: strips, then cut each strip in '• half. Makes 80. : at the Peter Fertile cott a g e. I wouldn't be so bereft. Get another dog. You'll be glad you did. * * <r Ann T.anders 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, Inc. Pine Lake. A brief meeting was held at which plans were made for a booth at the Gogebic County Fair to be held Aug. 12-16. Mrs. Steve Armata noted that the club will be in charge of decorations from the rally Sept. 9 at the Gogebic County Extension Camp. The theme this year is "Adventure in Education." Mrs. Joseph Kravetz reported that three books have been purchased and presented to the Day Center for retarded children. Several members have already registered for the "Women's Camp" to be held Aug. 18 and 19 at the Extension Camp Others were reminded to send in their registrations bef ore Aug. 1 to Mrs. John Hurch a k, 303 N. Sophie St., Bessemer A dinner was served at noon, after which cards and games were played and prizes were awarded. to the Rev. James Hillard lor his comforting words, and to Mr. George Brown for all his helpfulness and kindness to us. Our deepest thanks to the Bergland Fire Dept. for their many acts of kindness. To all those who sent flowers and cards, and the Ladies Aid who served lunch, and to all who helped in anyway, we are indeed grateful. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS ! INVITATION Friend sand Relatives arc invited to celebrate the 25th WEDDING^ ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. PAUL 5MHI OMA COMMUNITY BUILDING •ATURDAY, JUNE 19 £i. "TING AT 8:00 P.M. ?!-> otiiir i-M/ltgtiont will be ROBERT L. ZIELINSKI Efficient, Yet Personal Service Our deep personal concern with arrangements for your loved one is evidenced by our attention to every detail, however small. CKAPFELl-ZIELINSk'l Funeral Service OMUtoMM wd ConiMitat Futunl fwviM Ow Only Concern Pill $32-4410 Irenwood •31 East Ay»r St. 162 PAIR FLAT SHOES • All Colors, include Bones, Whit* HEEL SHOES Heights Colors includ- WhitM. 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