Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 15, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 6

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, June 15, 1965
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The World of Women SIX TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1965. Hurley Class Of 1915 to Have Reunion The J.E. Murphy High' School graduating class of 1915 will observe its 50th (golden) anniversary reunion Thursday. Tune 17. Mrs. Ted Flink. general chairman of the event announced that all arrangements are com plete. Members of the executive committee are Mrs Stewart Reid, Mrs P.J. Lanzer, Celestin Trier. Floyd Williams and J. H Olson. Mrs. Flink adds that an interesting program has been arranged. This will be the first time in the history of the Hurley high school that a 50th anniversary class reunion has been arranged by a class, she continued. The reunion, which will open with a banquet at the El Rancho, Highway 51, at 6:30 p.m., will be a memorable one for the graduates. Upon registering each will be presented with a gold maple leaf decorated with a miniature American Bea u t y rose, the class flower. The program booklet features on its cover the class flower, and the program also lists the com_,. , ,,„„„, T n. mencement program of 50 years The class of 1940 of Luther, the class offlce rs, its motto, L. Wnght Hip,h School will meet clpss f]ower and class colors at the Wigwam, McLeod Ave- T £ e reil nion program is also nue, at ? tonight to make final RECEIVES DEGREE—Mary E. Litsheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Litsheim, 732 Sunset Road, was graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a bachelor of arts degree May 1. Her major is economics and minors are mathematics and political science. Miss Litsheim will be teaching Junior high mathematics in Los Angeles in the fall. Former Ironwood Residents i Observe 45th Anniversary Wright 1930 Class To Meet Thursday son's office, McLeod Avenue. Class of 1940 to Meet at 8 Tonight plans for the reunion to be held \ Tne class O ffi cer s were Celes- Julv 3 ;tin Trier, president; Floyd Williams, vice president; Beatrice Summers, secretary; Esther Gronfeldt. treasurer. The class | motto: "B-Sharp. B-N a t ural, The Luther L. Wright" High but Never B-Flat!" the c 1 a s s School class of 1930 will have j colors: red and white. a reunion meeting Thurs d a y ! Tne class of 1915 numbered 34 night at 7:30 at Dr. J.I. John- graduates, of this number, 21 are still living Marie Sealy Randall will conduct memorial tributes for the deceased classmates. The program for Thurs d a y 's event opens with a greeting and announcements. Anna Swanson Flink, general chairman; prayer of thanksgiving, Hyacinth Meade Reid; "Auld Lang Syne," group. Trier will be master of ceremonies at the program following the banquet. The program includes roll call by the ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCann, Midland, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline, to John Leppanen. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Leppanen, Lake Road. The bride- elect is a graduate of Central Michigan University, and her fiance is a graduate of Northern Michigan University, Marquette. Both are teaching school in the Clarkston Community School system. An Aug. 7 wedding is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Trewartha, Duluth, observed their 45th wedding anniversary on Sun day. June 13, with their family and friends at a dinner and reception. A family dinner was enjoyed at the Bon Aire Tea Rooms on the North Shore Drive after which a reception was held at the home. Pouring at the reception was Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — I used to throw away the pretty postcards sent to me by friends who were Miss Debrt Koschak, granddaughter ot the honored couple. Mrs. Thomas Trewartha and Mrs. Robert Koschak served. The color scheme was carried out in blue and white in keeping with the saphire color for the 45th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Trewartha's corsage and boutonniere were also the same color and were presented to them by their grandchildren. Hosts and hostesses for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Trewartha and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koschak—son and daughter in law and daughter and son in law of the honored couple. Guests from out of town included Mr. and Mrs. Chester Walters, Ironwood; Mr. and IN MEMORIAM In remembrance of a dear husband and father, Richard Dahl, who passed away May 29,1959: Not just today, but every day In silence we remember. Still Missed by His Wife, Anna Dahl and Children 'Selective Holes 7 Event Wednesday The Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club will play a "selective holes" event on Wednesday along with the regular team match play. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. Dorothy Albert was winner of the closest to the pin event played by the women last Wednesday. Low score for the day was posted by Doreen Ahonen and best handicap scores b y class were made by Mrs. Ahonen, Betty Wernham and Marian Rigoni. Wilma Cigallio made an eagle 2 on the number 6 hole in the league competition last ! week. i as I relax in the ALICE kitchen. — GIRLS I was pleased to note that Alice is such a good manager that she actually has time to relax in the kitchen and her idea is ingenious. I, too, always hate to throw away some of the beautiful postcards that come in the mail. There is no reason that such a collection would have to be removed at the end of a year—why not continue and have the walls "papered" with tokens of friendship? —POLLY DEAR POLLY — My Pointer is for all those male readers of your column. I misplaced the celluloid case in which I always inserted my hunting license so in faraway places. Now I tape | Mrs< Thomas C. Trewartha and all these cards on the kitchen i sonS) Bobby and Brian. Minne- wall and keep them throughout' the year. At the beginning of each new year I start all over again. Friends and even repairmen notice them and enjoy look ing to see where the pictures are from and often will comment, that they would like to go to a particular place. It is interesting to see how far they come from and who remembers me throughout a year. Friends will often write on their cards, "I hope mine will be the first card for the new year " or "Perhaps this is the last card for this year." I enjoy looking at them apolis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert chak and children, Debra, Marilu. Thorn and Susan, Hibbing, Minn. The Trewarthas moved from Ironwood to Coleraine, Minn., in 1943 and then to Duluth in 1949 where they now reside at 228 So. 40th Ave. E. Trewartha was employed by the Oliver Iron Mining Company until his retirement in 1959. Mr. and Mrs. Trewartha re- received many congratulatory cards and several gifts. Church Events ,.Salem Lutheran. The church council will meet tonight at MUSIC AWARD—Donna Jean Nyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nyman, 211 ena St., Bessemer, won the John Philip Sousa Music Award in recognition of outstanding performance in band at the Cedar Lake Academy, Cedar Lake, from which she was graduated earlier this month. She was also crowned "Queen of Courtesy." Donna Jean completed the llth grade at the A. D. Johnston High School entering the academy last fall for her senior year. She was a member of the local high school band during her school career in Bessemer. She plans to major in music at Union College, Neb., beginning in the fall. Personal Items Mrs. Leo O'Callaghan return- Ann Landers . .. .Answers Your Problems. 7:30. Tne Rachel Guild w 111 ed Satura - ay by p i an from Mus . meet Thursday at 2 with Mrs. • kegon where sne spent t n r e e Leno Longhim as hostess. I weeks visiting her sons and, .. Seventh-day Adventist. Prayer i daughters and their families, meeting will be held Wednesday' She also attended the graduation night at 7. First Church of Christ, Scientist. A testimonial meeting will Dear Ann Landers: t have been married three years and my problem is getting worse instead of better. My husband and I get along fine when there are Just the two of us but whenever we are with family or friends I get dizzy spells and my heart begins to pound like a trip hammer. Sometimes my stomach gets tied up in knots and I become nauseated and can't eat. When I am with these same people and my husband is not present, I enjoy myself and feel just fine. I should tell you that my husband was -not born in this country and his ways are a little different. My parents were opposed to our marriage but now they have accepted him. I've told myself that he is doing his best and I am no longer ashamed of the way he speaks. 'What is the matter with me? —WEE SALLY Dear Wee: You are having anxiety symptoms because of your subconscious feelings about your husband. Some people go through life half sick, dizzy, heart pounding, stomach i n knots, without realizing that their physical discomfort comes from unrelieved tension. You need outside help Go to your family doctor for a complete physical checkup, and ask him to direct you. a A * Dear Ann Landers: Here is a of warning to the mother everyone. If a person doesn't want to go he doesn't belong there.—TRUE STORY Dear Story: You are so right. In your case college was actually damaging. It accentuated your sense of failure and inadequacy. Thanks for sharing . o ft a Dear Ann Landers: Why does a person let his mouth run away with him and say things he shouldn't? Mostly I exaggerate and distort. After I come home from a meeting or a party, or even a back fence visit I hate myself. I'm not a vicious person but often I feel an obligation to entertain people. Sometimes, in an attempt be be amusing, I go overboard. Then I become depressed and feel like biting off my tongue. Is there a cure for this? —BLABBERMOUTH Dear Blab: Make a conscious effort to speak less and to listen more. A moment of silence is a pleasant and welcome sound Every man, woman and child has at one time or another said things he wished he hadn't—and has regretted it—so don't feel you are a freak. it & 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 andClaUBhter ' SUC be held Wednesday night at 8. j from West Point, N.Y., to spend The reading room will be open 39 days with his parents, Mr. ; should insist that her 17-year-old I daughter go to college Cadet Donald Hall has arrived Don't do it!!! from 2 to 4 p.m. and Mrs. Harry Hall, West Cool. Church of the Nazarene. Pray-iidge Avenue. er meeting will be held at 7 p.m. j Mr and Mrs Eugene K e 10 Wednesday. , .First Baptist. Bible study and prayer meeting will be held at and family, Menomonee Falls, Wis., spent a weekend here visiting with his mother, Mrs. An-j My mother forced me to go to college when I was 17 because it was fashionable. I had no interest in college I wanted to get a job. I knew my mother would never let up until she had her way, so I went. I flunked out after the first 7:30 Wednesday night and the| na Keto, and his brother in law !? mest !5, "Jl wa L""I ' -' You'll want to keep 'your story of your wedding day in pictures that are always • tribute to your loveliness . . . as only a skilled photographer whose sympathetic understanding of the little things you will want to remember, can interpret them. Phon« 932-3800 MODERN PORTRAIT STUDIO IRONWOOD "Studio of Priit Winning Portraiture" Myllymaki-Flink Nuptials Are Held MASS — St. Paul's Lutheran Church was the scene of a beau- secretary, Ida Bradley Lanzer | tiful wedding Saturday, June 5, at 7 p.m., when Miss Karen Myllymaki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Myllymaki, became ;he bride of Roger Flink, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Flink. Green- (each graduate will answer present or relate a humorous anecdote from school days): address. J.E. Murphy, former superintendent of the Hurley school, who served in that capacity 50 years; memorial tribute to deceased classmates. Marie Sealy Randall; awarding of prizes, closing remarks, Mrs. Flink; Long, Long Ago. Till We Meet Again and God Bless America, group singing. The class roll includes the following: Ethel Backlund, Milda Backlund Browning, Henry Bradley, Ida B. Bradley Lanz e r, Tessie Canney O'Rourke, Cath- trine Flandrena Strong. Desolyn Friola Doody, Beatrice Summers Hanson, Margaret Hoye Bundy, Velia Martini Chap, Hyacinth Meade Reid and John H. Olson. Velma Reid Connors, Ed n a Rogers Boyce, Marie Sealy Randall, Ellen Swans t r o m Speaker, Ann Swanson Flink, Lillian Tocci Peterson, Celestin Trier, E d r y e Trier Wright. Floyd Williams. Deceased members of the class: Laura Tyler Kohl, Marguerite Connors Mathews, Mabel Walsh, Catherine Sybeldon Le Tendre, Anna Schmagner, Amelia Pretti Muehliesen, Lillian Peterson Tomten, John Houlehan, Esther Gronfeldt, Joseph Flanagan, Esther Carlson Pierson, Edna Emunson Peterson and John Becker. You can make a simple glaze for a coffee cake with confectioners sugar, orange juice and grated orange rind. This orange- flavored topping is particularly delicious used over a yeast- risen coffee cake that contains raisins, and nuts. Take Brookvale's Milk On Your Picnics The most cooling, refreshing drink you can find . . . has all the vitamins, proteins and minerals active bodies need to enjoy summer fun . . . next time, TAKE MILK! "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 OO9 1 £AA Pleasing Our Customer's Taste 701-IUVV for Good Milk for Over 40 Years senior choir will rehearse at 8:30. | ..Assembly of God. Prayer service will be held at 7:30 Wed- it could be worn for all to see. I put my license in a small plastic bag, fastened with a diaper pin and had a perfect case nesday Fight. i . .Bethany Covenant. Mid w e ek i daughter. Bible study will be held Wed-, nesday at 7:30 p.m. with Henry Hagstrom in charge. ..St. Luke's Lutheran. The La dies Aid will have a kitchen shower Wednesday at 2 p.m. Lunch will be potluck. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter i Wick. Visiting with Mrs. Keto and tht Wicks last week was Mrs. John Nelson, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Nelson is Mrs. Keto's land. Pastor'A. A. Lepi'sto per '/hich exposed the hunting li- Fulbright Award to . Miss Susan Korpi Grace Lutheran. Charity formed the double ring ceremony. The .bride was escorted on the white carpeted aisle by her father, who presented her in marriage. The bride chose a floor length sheath of organza over taffeta w i t h a detachable scaJl o p ed square Watteau train. Appliques of Swiss lace and pearl motifs highlighted the bodice and front skirt. Her Juliet veil of pure silk English illusion fell from a pillbox crown of Alencon lace with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white and yellow carnations Miss Lynn Myllymaki, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Bonnie Niemi was bridesmaid. They were attired in identical pastel blue silk organza and lace dresses The organza skirts were short and full and the lace bodices featured scoop necklines and elbow length sleeves. Their floral head pieces were custom designed with attached contour veiling dyed to match their gowns. Raymond Aho was Mr. Flink's best mart and Lyle Blanksvard was groom sman. The guests were seated by Rodney Myllymaki, brother of the bride, and John Amos. A wedding reception, attended by several hundred guests, was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. After their wedding trip to points in Wisconsin,. Mr and Mrs. Flink will make their home in Greenland. Mrs. Flink, a 1962 graduate of Mass High School, is employed here in the office of the State of Michigan Conservation Department, and her husband, a 1961 graduate of the same high school, served in the Army for two years and is now a student at Suomi College. Hancock. cense in full view but protected from rain and snow. — DAN DEAR POLLY — I store potatoes in the top drawer by my kitchen sink. This is much handier than standing on my head to dig them out from under the sink, which seems to be the standard storage place for potatoes.—CAROLE, "1955 Homemaker of Tomorrow" in Missouri. DEAR POLLY — Don't throw away that empty cylinder that was the center of a toilet tissue roll. It comes in mighty handy for use as a "writing reservoir." Clip all those easily misplaced ball point pens and mechanical pencils to either edge with the barrels Inside or out.—FLORENCE DEAR POLLY — Recently a member of my club left six children and a big house to be looked after when she went to the hospital for surgery. Instead of sending flowers, books or candy to our friend we club members set up a schedule and kept the house clean, windows washed and so on.—B.C. GIRLS — Those club members are REAL friends to each other.—POLLY Fill greased muffin pans about one-third full of muffin batter; add a spoonful of cranberry-orange conserve; now fill pans two-thirds full of batter and bake as usual, call this hot bread Muffin Surprise! Pre-Nuptial Shower Fetes Patricia Hill A pre-nuptial shower for Patricia Hill was held Thurs day night at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Hill. Slade Road A buffet luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Eino Hill Mrs. Waino Hakkinen, Mrs. Elmer Niemi and Mrs. Frank Talo, to 25 guests. The table was centered with a tiered arrangement of birds and bells and a variety of seasonal flowers were placed about the home. Games were played and prizes were won by Mrs Frank Begalle, Mrs. Arnold Mattson and Miss Janice Hautala. Many lovely gifts were received by Miss Hill, who will be married to James Pospeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pospeck, Bessemer, on June 26. Group will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the home of Miss Elvi West, Lake Road. Wesley Methodist. Priscilla Cir- WAKEFIELD Miss S u san Korpi, a 1965 graduate of Michigan State University, East Lansing, and daughter of M r and Mrs. Arnold Korpi. Wakefield, has recently been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, granting her one year of study i n Germany. The scholarship, part . ... ±_ t. A. t .H i VJ Vji-lllMllJ . O. 11V, U^jH\JitAt- OIJA fjt k/Ul U cte will meet at the Gunderson i of the Fulbright Act of :946; ai- cottage Wednesday with Mrs. lows Amer ican citizens to study Kenneth Gunderson as hostess tfiann . or rtn rfisparf , h in n mm . teach, or do research in a num- and Deborah Circle will alsoj ber O ' f foreign countri es Susan meet Wednesday at the Ahlgren selected as an outstanding grad- cottage. Crystal Lake, for a picnic supper. . .Trinity Lutheran. The S u n shine Guild visitation will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. J Dominkowski and Mrs. J. Luoma are hostesses. .Salvation Army. Midweek services will be held Wednes day night at 7. . .Trout Creek —Assembly of God. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. .. Ontonagon—Assembly of God. Bible study and prayer service will be held at 7:45. p.m. Wednesday. .. Ontonngon — Baptist. Prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Wednesday night at 7. Being congenial daring a group effort takes work. uating' student with a major in German, will study Germ a n literature at the University o Bonn, West Germany. She will leave New York and sail f o r Europe Sept. 15. • Miss Korpi was also honored recently as one of 50 outstand ing women graduates honored at a special Latern Night ceremony held Sunday, June 6, on the lawn of Cowles House, home of President John Hannah of the University of Michigan. She attended a reception held at the home of President Hannah. Susan plans to do gradua t e work this summer at the University of Pennsylvania, P h i i- adelphia, preceding her study overseas. THANK YOU Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White wish to thank all who participated in the Silver Wedding Anniversary celebration held in their honor at their home on June 8. A special thanks to the Rev. Fr. Matejik, relatives, friends and all who helped in any way. lege that would take me. (I t wasn't easy after a wash-out.) I flunked a second time and was sent home again. That failure nearly caused me to have a nervous breakdown I was sure I was a moron and not fit to live. It took several weeks before I could get up the nerve to go out and look for work. Fortunately, I landed a perfect job. It gave me satisfaction, dignity and a feeling of personal worth. I've had two promotions in the last year and I'm happier now than I've ever been in my life. I'm glad you told that ambitious mother college is not for Club Activities The Knights and Ladies of Kaleva will meet tonight at the Kaleva Hall. The women will meet at 7 and the men at 7:30 Lunch will be served by the women. Indianhead Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., will meet tonight at 7:30 at the parish hall o i Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Wakefield. INVITATION Friends, Neighbors & Relatives are cordially invited to attend THE 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. ft Mrs. Joe Traczyk on SATURDAY, JUNE 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. Hurley V.F.W. Clubroorns No other invitations will be sent KENNY'S STUDIO 227 E. Aurora St. Dial 932-3620 PORCH BOX. VEGETABLE. GARDEN... Plants •Fertilizers •Lawn Ornaments SPECIAL PRICE .. . TOMATO PLANTS Wi"re over slocked, our Ion—your gain POTTED, STURDY PLANTS 98c per doi»n TRANSPLANTED LARGE PLANTS 7lc |Wr do*«i» LUTEY'S GREENHOUSES IRONWOOD When the temperature goes UP... your Fur's chances go DOWN... 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