Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1965. SEVEN ' j 'Jans Are Made /or Units' Picnic At the recent business meet- 1 ig of the Iron County Veterans t f Foreign Wars Auxiliary, tlans were made for the annual VFW Post and Auxiliary picnic. 1 ; will be held Sunday, July 18, tt Schomberg Park The follow- i ig chairmen and co-chairmen vere appointed: Lunch booth, Mrs. D a r 1 e n e 1 lickschl and M r s . O Iga Lesi elius. Fish pond, Mrs. Helen Gras- 0 and Mrs. Frances Hedman. Donations were made to Wisconsin Veterans and Veterans 1 >ay at King Hospital. Mrs. Frances Risku gave a ) eport on Governor Knowles' leception. The auxiliary with » ther women's organizations of Hurley prepared for the recep- 1 on for the governor, when he 1 isited Hurley on Pain-up Clean- i p, Fix-up Day which was May : 4. Mrs. Mabel Bazette gave a j eport on the Alphonse Riccelli 3 aception. The auxiliary with 1 ic Hurley Lionettes prepa red lir this event. Riccelli has re- 1 red after 35 years of teaching ii the Hurley schools . A letter was read from Mayor 3 'aul Santini, thanking the unit in its cooperation during Governor Knowles visit; a letter ' ras also received from Representative Gerhman thanking the j uxiliary for its interest in t h e : etired teachers' pension. Mrs. Mickschl gave a report t n the 10th District Spring Con- jerence held in Superior. Mrs. Margaret Olson was elected dist rict president for the new year : Irs. Olson appointed Mrs j lisku and Mrs. Lescelius a s i olor bearers. This is Mrs. " .escelius' sixth year as district < olor bearer. Hostesses for the evening -/ere Mrs. Anna LaSota, Mrs. Byrns and Mrs. Rlsku. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Varas Mahlebashian, 453 Ardmore S. E., Grand Rapids, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to Ronald Fencil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fencil, Ewen. Miss Mahle- bashian was graduated from Grand Rapids Junior College and Western Michigan University and is teaching at Harper Woods. Detroit. Her fiance, a graduate of Ewen High School and Marquette University, also teaches at Harper Woods. The wedding will be held Aug. 28 at St. Francis Xavier Church, Grand Rapids. Add chopped onion and celery, ] arsley sprigs and bay leaf to lomato juice; cover and chi 11 « vernight. Strain and serve for <• before-dinner drink. INVITATION Mr. and Mrs. Esko R. Aukee will be honored at a 25th Wedding Anniversary celebration at the home of Mrs. Anne Wester, 115 Pine St., Ironwood, on Sunday, June 20 ,from 2 p..m. until 5 p.m. A cordial invitation to all friends and relatives is extended. Church Events Trinity Lutheran. The Walther League will sponsor a car wash at the church parking lot from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday. smartly | styled ^ j — shock resistant Wyl i n cTf I ca flex Beautiful new watch styling* for today's lady of fashion. Combining the practical with the beautiful, Wyler cuts repair bills by guaranteeing the balance wheel against .damage from shock. The perfect gift, the perfect touch, the perfect watch. Prices from $29.95 JOHN ALBERT JEWELER Kresge Bl'dg. Ironowod Ph. 932-2432 Dr. John Rufi to Attend Class Event Dr. John Rufi, a former principal of Luther L. Wright High School, now affiliated with the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., will attend the reunion of the high school class of 1925. He will arrive here by plane July 1. Former teachers of this class have also been invited to attend the reunion which will be held July 3 at the Gogebic Country Club. There will be a luncheon at noon for class members only and a dinner for class members and guests will be held in the evening. Reservations for the ev e n t must be made by June 25. The final arrangements will be made at the next reunion meeting to be held June 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Twin City Grocery. VFW Auxiliary Picks Delegates Delegates and alternates to the 52nd annual NatibnaJ Veterans of Foreign Wars.Conven- tion to be held in Chicago Aug. 13-20 were .elected at the VFW Auxiliary meeting Monday night. Delegates"- are Mrs. Ernest Kent and Mrs. John Brottlund and alternates are Mrs John Hocking and Mrs: Mildrtd Gustafson. Reports,'Were,'given ;by the following chairmen: Mrs. John Rundquist, historian and membership; Mrs. Stanley Grenda, National ' Home I and publicity; Mrs. William Lingbohm, community service, and Mrs. Anton Comparin, Civil Defense. Mrs. Kent, Americanism chairman, quoted Mirian Jones, national Americanism director, in an article entitled "A Tribute to Old Glory," which was appropriate since Monday was Flag Day. The article asked "How many people in our neighborhood displayed flags?" and noted "it is the duty of auxiliary members to set an example by displaying the flag on various days. The "Federal F 1 a g Code's purpose is to assure respect for the flag. The flag should not be used as a decoration on napkins, cakes, ta b 1 e drapes, pillow cushions, hanker- chiefs or costumes. It should not be printed on paper napkins or boxes designed for temporary use. Our flag is as vital as the free air we breathe. It is part of every American, living o r dead. Old Glory represents our constitution, our laws', our ideals. Our flag stands for all the people. One should think of these ideals and others^ as the flag passes by in review." Mrs. Gustafson gave the Poppy Sale report. Mrs. Kate Osborne sold the greatest number. All were thanked for their part in the sale's success. Mrs. Gustaf- Ann Landers . . .Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: You say I clan—and very handsome. Tht VFW AUXILIARY OFFICERS — Pictured above are the officers of the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign, Wars Auxiliary and some members. The officers were installed recently and will serve for the ensuing year. Left to right, seated: Mrs. Sophie DeRosia, president; Mrs. Ethel Cobb, senior vice president; Mrs. Germaine DeRosia, junior vice president; Mrs. Florence Kent, treasurer; Mrs. Agnes Lindbohm, secretary; Mrs. Marie Kilponen, musician; Mrs. Olive Hocking, chaplain; Mrs. Matilda Lehocky, guard; standing: Mrs. Signe Holmes and Mrs. Mabel Brottlund, trustees; Mrs. Florence Scott, color bearer; Mrs. Hilma Dudra, Mrs. Mary Swanson, Mrs. Mildred Gustafson, Mrs. Angeline Stampohe; Mrs. Mary Zavodnik, color bearer; Mrs. Santa D'Arttonio and Mrs. Ida Helgren, banner bearers; Mrs. Anna Strom; Mrs. Edith Rundquist, historian; Mrs. Kate Osborne, patriotic Instructor, and Mrs. Mary Cloon, installing officer. (Daily Globe Photo) Club Activities Ironwood Affiliate 95, Michigan Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, will have a dinner meeting at the St. James Hotel June 23 at 5 p.m. son also gave the yearly luncheon report. Mrs. Osborne gave the patriotic instructors report. The Auxiliary will not have a social meeting this month. Lunch was served from a buffet table having a patriotic motif with red, white and blue lighted tapers, miniature Am e r i c a n flags and napkins with the American eagle and red and blue stars. Mrs. Grenda was chairman with Mrs .Mary Zavodnik and Mrs. Kate Buckovitz assisting. Friday Barbecue By CECILY BROWNSTONE For that end of the week outdoor supper! Barbecued lobster tails, grilled potatoes, corn, finger salad, rolls, melon wedges, beverage. BARBECUED LOBSTER TAILS 8 frozen lobster tails (4 to 5 ounces each), thawed 1 cup butter, melted 1/3 cup lime juice % teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons curry powder IVa teaspoon vegetable bouquet sauce % teaspoon sugar Clip underneath each side of lobster tails and remove membranes. Slit flesh about halfway through down middle of tails'; bend shells out toward back to crack in order to prevent curling. Brush flesh with marinade made of remaining ingredients; refrigerate about 1 hour. Place on grill, shell-side down; broil over moderate heat about 12 minutes. Brush generously with marinade; turn and cook 4 to 5 minutes longer. Turn again; brush again and serve with remaining marinade for dipping. Square Dance, to Be Held Saturday Night The Hiawatha Squares will have a dance Saturday night at 8 at the Sleight School with Maurice Bennett as caller. Lunch will be potluck with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Marander serving on the committee. Spectators and all square dancers are invited. Covenant Picnic to Be Held on Sunday The annual picnic of the Bethany Covenant Church and Sunday School will be held Sunday at the Extension Camp at Little Girl's Point, with a potluck dinner being served at 1 p.m. Coffee, cream, sugar, soda drink and ice cream will be furnished. The Brotherhood members are in charge of arrangements. Haata/a-Peterson Nuptials Are Held Miss Lynn Kathleen Haataja, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eino J. Haataja, 313 8V 2 St., South, Virginia, Minn., and D o n a Id G. Peterson, Coates Hotel, Virginia, son of Mr. and Mr s . Ray E. Peterson, 133 E. Michigan Ave., were united in marriage Saturday, May 15, at 4 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, Virginia, with the Rev. William Kvale officiating at the candlelight service. The bride was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father. For her wedding Miss Haataja chose a gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace veiled over taffeta. The gown was fashioned with floor length belled skirt and fitted bodice accented with Chantilly lace, self-corded waistline and below the elbow sleeves. Highlight of the gown was the detachable court train bordered in the lace and flowing from the lace shoulder cape. The bride's veil of silk im ported illusion was attached to a pearl and crystal queen's crown, and her bouquet was a cascade arrangement of orchids and stephanotis. Miss Carol J. Haataja, S t Paul, and Miss Patti M a ri e Haataja, Virginia, served their sister as maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. The bridegroom's brother Graham, was best man, and hi: brother, Gregg, was grooms man. Serving as ushers we r e Archie Johnson, Ironwood, and William Buckley, Minneapolis The bride and bridegroom re ceived about 150 guests at their reception in the church parlors after the ceremony and a n evening reception was held a the Northern Club, Virginia The rehearsal dinner was held Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—I have discovered a good way to staple papers together when a regular stapler is ot available. Students will find his very helpful. Place the pa- ers together, punch two holes hrough them at the place they re to be fastened. Tightly roll small strip of paper and stick ic ends through the holes so here will be about three-quar- ers of an inch to fold back flat n each side, on the back. If you vant to be fancy, colored paper Legion Auxiliary Will Meet Monday The Ironwood American Legion Auxiliary will have its last meeting of the season Monday night at 8, following a potluck supper at 6:30. There will be installation officers and a business meeting. Makes 4 servings—2 tails portion. per USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS -FOOD SHOPS, Inc. * EVERY SATURDAY AT NOON1 * Ready-to-Eat Stuffed Roasted Chicken Try Our Hot, Ready-to-Serve HAM LOAVES CORNISH PASTIES 8 ° CU UU Y Every THURS. Fresh Ho-Made POTATO SALAD * See 20th Century Food Market * Ad for Other SPECIALS Liver should be cooked within 24 hours after purchase; if it is not prepared within that period, put it in the freezer. at O'Neil Hotel, Chisholm Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Peter son, parents of the bridegroom as host and hostess for t h bridal party and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson a r residing at 229 54th Ave., East Duluth, following their weddin trip to Fort Lauderdale, F 1 a The bride, a graduate o Roosevelt Senior High S c h oo! Virginia, wa s employed at th Coates Hotel, Virginia, prior t her marriage. The bridegroom a graduate of Luther L. Wrigh High School and Gogebic Com munity College, is employed b Gardner Denver Co. of Quincy 111., in one of their offices lo cated in Duluth. Out of town guests were from Sun City, Ariz., Grand Rapids Mt. Iron, Eveleth, Minneapoli and Duluth, Minn.; N o r th Dakota, Superior and Milwaukee, Wis., and Ironwood. an be used to make these "sta- iles."—JIM GIRLS — We really have to ;o some to top our ingenious een-age readers.—POLLY Dear Polly—My mother-in-law made the cutest gifts for my kids. She bought a pair of children's fluffy little animal house shoes, stuffed the insides, sewed hem up and had a darl ing stuffed toy for each child. They ove them. (Polly's note—A good use for'old nylon hose.) When buying material to make little girls' dresses, alwayi remember to buy enough fabric o make matching panties and headbands. They love these matched ensembles.—MARIE Dear Polly—Quite by acci dent I found liquid shampoo works better and goes furthe by pouring a portion of sham wo into an empty bottle, add ing hot water, shaking and then using.—ODESSA Dear Polly—Nothing can b more frustrating to a rec e n bride than to come home from her honeymoon and find nothin for a quick meal in new an unfamiliar surroundings. Tb rides to whom I have sent my ustomary gift are always most rateful. Into a clean, fresh ushel basket I put a new plastic iner and then fill the basket with nough staples for a meal of orts. I always include pap e r owels, facial tissues, bathroom issue and a copy of Polly 'ointers. When the basket is empty, the bride has a nice trong laundry basket which is me of the things brides seldom lave at first.—MRS. D. R. S. Dear Polly—To make practical and pretty pillows, I sew to- other two fringed hand towels and stuff them with old nylon' hose cut into small pieces. The whole thing can be tossed into the washing machine, dries quickly and does not need roning. I was troubled with dull paring knives until I made by "kni f e protectors." Fold a length , of :ardboard in half to fit over the knife blade. Staple the long open ends together. Slip the knife blade into the cardb oa r d casing. I also made these to fit over slicing knives. I hope your Pointers are published for a long, long time.— LINDA So do I, Linda. It all depends on you nice readers sharing your pet Pointers.—POLLY you go to experts in every field to help you with your answers So why didn't you get some help with your advice to the person who wanted to know why women's feet hurt all the time? If somebody wrote to you and said his head hurt all the time would you tell him to rub some cream on it and buy his hats one size larger? Well, when you told the person who wrote about women's feet, that the cure was to massage the feet with cream and to buy bigger shoes, I ai- most dropped my teeth in the coffee cup. If you do not limit your practice of medicine to feet, Ann Landers, perhaps you can tell me why I have had a severe pain in my left arm for two weeks. I would like to save the price of a visit to the doctor's office.—CRITICAL CALVIN Dear Critical: I must have grabbed you right in the heel, Achilles. When a reader writes to me and complains of pain I always suggest he see a doctor. This reader asked a general question, however. He wanted to know why so many gals suffer from barking dogs. My reply was equally general I suggested that if more women bought shoes that fit properly their feet would not hurt. If one woman wrote and said, "My feet ache," I'd girls fell for him like crazy. 1 used to go along on jobs to keep an eye on him. Well, he didn't date anybody after he finished playing, but I later learnec he faked dental and eye doctor appointments appointment!, say. "See a doctor." « * a Dear Ann Landers: I've learned quite a few things from reading your column and now I want to offer a few words which might be of help to someone else. The subject: "Wives Who Keep an Eye on Their Husbands." If there was ever a waste of time, girls—this is it. I learned from experience that if a man wants to cheat he'll find a way If you watch him you'll only force him to figure out a way to outsmart you. And he'll do it. My husband was a jazz must- invented a sick buddy in a sanitarium and lied about afternoon benefits at children's hospitals. -Finally he got me a part-time job as an usherette in a movie house so he could have the apartment to himself from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. That's how I caught him. Take it from me, girls, if a guy is decent you don't have to watch him. If he needs to be watched he isn't worth living with.—BATTLE SCARRED Dear Scarred: Thanks ler your excellent letter. Your advice also holds true for men who watch their wives. «r * Or Dear Ann Landers: I am 13 years old and everyone says I have a beautiful voice. Even the choir master says my voice is lovely. I want to be a professional singer but I have a problem. Every time I am asked to sing a solo in church I get so scared I can't make a sound. I stand there with my mouth open and nothing comes out. It's like my vocal cords are missirg. What good is a beautiful voice if nobody can hear it? How can I get over this?—NERVOUS NIGHTINGALE Dear N.N. It is not unusual even for the most experienced artists to be a bit nervous but you sound like a basket case, kiddo. The experts say the way to combat ordinary stage fright Is to take a deep breath anc 1 plunge ahead. And don't become unglued by a bad beginning. Keep telling yourself it's going to get better If it doesn't get better, I suggest another profession. Copyright, 1865, Field Enterprises, In*. Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . . send them to her in care of Ironwood Daily Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your idea in Polly's Pointers. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pellow Sr., Bessemer, entertained at a family reunion at the Big Wheel Restaurant, Wakefield, Tuesday night. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Malm and Mr. and Mrs. Fr e d Marshall of Ironwood, Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall of Detroit, and Mrs. E. B. Gaffron of Port Huron. Mrs. Gaffron and M r . and Mrs. William Marshall are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshall, 606 Lake Ave. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy jn our bereavement, the death of our dear father, Kostek Pietrowski. Especially do we thank Fr. Ronkowski, Dr. Murphy, Dr. Hoopingarner, Nurses and Staff at the Grand View Hospital, those who sent flowers and Mass cards, those who gave money, the pallbearers, the ladies who served lunch and those who offered the use of their cars. The FamiliM of lh« Late Kottek PUtrowikl Baroque pearls do not come from sick oysters. For more picture taking fun this summer we have: *KODAKM4 INSTAMATIC MOVIE CAMERA (for lesi than 75.00) *NEW KODAK M80 PROJECTOR (for both Reg. 8 and Super 8) ^INSTAMATIC MOVIE FILM 4 81H1 6th Ye " of New SupMnrarktt Geingl Going! Soon Gone . .. All BELL & HOWELL STANDARD 8 CAMERAS 24-Hour Black & White Service Plus the Fastest Color Service in the Area—All at Reasonable Prices! 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